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Array The Sunshine  LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  91. 8  Published on the Sunshine Coast    25'per copy on news stands November 5,1990    Volume 44    Issue 4 .  Gibsons' mayoralty race  Dixon seeks top spot  Alderman and SCRD Representative from Gibsons Gerry  Dixon has drclared his candidacy for mayor with a call for  "...truly open government and  stronger ties with our regional  government."  In an interview with the  Coasl News, Dixon nottd that  one of the most important  issu.*s facing the electorate is  that of water.  "I take a strong view that the  water in the Town is going to  have to be part of the regional  system. Our distribution lines  are old, inadequate, and a  tremendous financial drain on  us." Dixon went on to charge  that "Water rates have ebeen  kept artiflcally low for a long  time, which creates a false  assurance that everything is  alright with the system."  The candidate believes that  "clean and light" industry must  be attracted to Gibsons. "I  want to get an area that could  be used (specifically) for industrial development. The land  could tie ours. Crown Lands, or  even Regional District property.  I think things could be worked  out."  Asked about the 'newcomers'  who are running for the four  aldermanic seats (none of the  outgoing aldermen have seen fit  to stand for re-election), Dixon  allowed as how "I think almost  all of them are of exceptional  quality. They have the qualities  to make the mayor's task easier  than it has been in the past."  Mr. Dixon, who is running as  an independent, said that "1  strongly feel that a 'slate' of  like-minded individuals could  possibly overwhelm this small  town - to its detriment. 1 ebelieve  that a council made up of more  varied people would better serve  such a diverse community as  ours."  On council as it is now constituted, Gerry Dixon sits not  only as Alderman, but as Deputy Mayor, Chairman of the  Transportation Committee, and  member of the provincial  Transportation Task Force.  "As the only incumbent running," Dixon suggested, "I feel  my experience will serve the  town well. I have lived and  worked in this community for  30 years and I feel as though I  know it quite well. Living here  has helped give me the  background, understanding and  connections which I can draw  on to help bring about real solutions to Gibsons' problems."  Dixon claimed to be optimistic about the final outcome  of the Gospel Rock controversy  which wracked the community  for a year and wound up with  the town being hauled into  court by developer Hayden  Killam.  "If it can be laid out properly, discussed fully in the open, I  believe Gospel Rock can be  resolved to both the developer's  and the public's satisfaction."  On the subject of planning in  general, Dixon asserted that "I  want the planning (for Gibsons)  to be regional, because the town  is encompassed by the region. It  only makes sense that all planning ��� town and region ���  must coincide."  Dixon went on to point out  that "A town this size doesn't  need its own planner. (Planning) could be done better  monetarily on the regional level.  Eventually, I'd like to see one  government on the Sunshine  Coast."  Sorko makes her move  JANE SORKO  Gibsons mayoral candidate  Jane Sorko first started coming  to the Sunshine Coast as a summer resident 36 years ago and  for the last several years, she  and her husband, a retired captain with Canadian Airlines International, have made their  permanent home here.  "I believe it is time to offer  my services to the town which  has given me so much," she told  the Coasl News.  For seven years, Sorko worked for Canadian Pacific Airlines  as a flight attendant, instructor,  counselor and assistant chief  stewardess, and from 1968 to  1988 was active in her own  business enterprises. ;  She has been active in the  political arena, having an af"  filiation with the federal Conservative Party since 1965, and  with the provincial Social Credit  Party since 1972.  She has a long list of credits  as a volunteer, including many  stints on the Coast, where she  was president of the Community Services Society for two  years, St. Mary's Hospital  Trustee for nine years, and  Chairman of the Gibsons  Restructuring project from 1987  to 1989.  One of Sorko's main interests  is the BC health care system.  She has served terms as Trustee  of the Vancouver General Hos-  piial; as a member of several  ministerial committees; and the  BeCHealth Association. She has  i.'.'.fiP'condurted retreats at  several hospitals in the province  and has been the featured  speaker at a wide variety of  events.  Sorko told the Coast News  that she considers it important  "to achieve cooperation between all levels of government  on the Sunshine Coast."  She said she believes in open  government, and, "if elected  will listen to the citizens of the  town of Gibsons, and respect  those wishes,"  "My priorities would  be the basic needs of  safe and adequate  water, sewage treatment, and the protection of the environ-  menu "   She considers that future  planning is critical and would  "strive for a well researched,  defensible plan of action which  is realistic and falls within existing budgetary limitations.  Taxes must be controlled.  Change, while inevitable, must  be controlled. Deficit financing  must be avoided.  Priorities would be "the basic  needs of safe and adequate  water, sewage treatment, and  the protection of the environment."  To meet the needs of youth  and seniors she would establish  teams from those groups who  would work to solve the problems they face.  Sorko says she would "support the efforts of those who,  with vision and imagination, are  working to upgrade the appearance of the town while retaining its unique atmosphere."  In Sechelt  Lagasse's mayoralty bid  ROGER LAGASSE  Sechelt school teacher and  environmental activist Roger  Lagasse jumped into the Sechelt  mayoralty rare late last week,  aiming to "...help transform  the village into a 'sparkling example of ecological living.' "  Speaking with the Coasl  News, Lagasse noted that "My  main reason for running is to  give a higher profile to environmental concerns���to get  the council and district more environmentally aware."  Lagasse, 34, is a native of St.  Anne, Manitoba, a town of  some 1500. He and his wife  Denise (and their two young  children) moved to Sechelt  almost four years ago.  Asked whether he would be  able to devote enough time to  the office of mayor if elected,  Lagasse replied "My first  priority is to my students. The  voters will have to decide if  there is enough in what I'm putting forward in this campaign���in my ideas���lo justify  electing me."  Lagasse expanded on this  potential problem by noting  that "I don't think I could be  available for, say, 35 hours a  week as mayor. But there are  things that don't necessarily  have to be attended (by the  mayor). I'm a full-time teacher  and I'll have to work around  things. Delegate things."  Then, musing about the  whole issue of who should or  should not be able to run for  mayor, Lagasse said "I think  working full-time and running  for office is a dilemma. Should  the mayor's office be restricted  to people on disability? Retired  persons? Or people who are independently wealthy? I don't  think so."  Lagasse, who has been active  in several local environmental  groups, wants local development to be "...in total harmony  with nature. It is time to show  the province what impact a  small community can have on  the global environmental picture."  The candidate quoted Mahal-  ma Ghandi as having said on  many occasions that "Clean examples have a way of multiplying themselves."  Lagasse believes in develop  ing "...a model, small-scale  public transportation system  here in Sechelt as an alternative  to increased road repair costs  resulting from large traffic  volume.  The candidate feels that,  aside from Block Seven, land  which Sechelt owns should not  be used "...for commercial purposes. No way!" Rather,  Lagasse argued, "Block Seven  should be used to beautify the  town, not to be paved over to  pay for a municipal hall."  Lagasse observed that  "Much of what needs to be  done to improve our local environment must be initiated in  cooperation with the Sechelt Indian Band, the Sunshine Coast  Regional District, and with  other local communities."  "I know", Lagasse said,  "...that the good will exists to  make Sechelt and the Sunshine  Coast a bioregion where the  quality of living will be unsurpassed."  "People are ready for  change���people from all walks  of life. Here in Sechelt!",  Lagasse insisted, "People will  go along with creative change  and necessary sacrifice���espec-  ially when they realize that  creative change brings benefits  worth having."  On the inside  A man for all aervicea Page 2  Lettera to the Editor Page 3  Legion burna mortgage Page 6  Sechelt aldermanic candldatea Page 14  Gibsons court challenge poatponed Page 15  More delayafor Maritime Society.. .Page 30  ^SSBSSiS^SSaSBKSSSSSeSSS  -MM Coast News, Novembers, 1990  comment:  f  Homespun politics  We were delighted last week as candidates of every persuasion running for various offices from Gibsons to  Pender Harbour passed through the journalistic portals of  the Coast News.  They came to chat up the issue, make iheir cases for  their candidacies, and it was in large measure a homey,  homespun affair.  For these were not your ordinary politicians complete  with advance men, campaign managers, high-priced  political advisors, media co-ordinators, speech writers and  liason personnel.  These were candidates who came armed not with slick  press releases and reams of ghost-written position papers,  but generally with personal, often painfully eked out  statements, resumes and 'platforms' typed or written  longhand on whatever paper was handy.  In short, these were, in the main, true citizen-politicians  who are seeking election for reasons often paid little more  than lip service by their counterparts in communities larger  and more cynical than our own.  For the Sunshine Coast, it seems to us, represents one of  a dwindling number of democratic enclaves where  representation OF the people is still actually BY the people. And nearly every candidate we spoke with stressed  this: "I'm just a taxpayer...a citizen..Just someone concerned with what's going on in my community, my  area..."  Insofar as we can ascertain, this impressive clutch of  candidates are not in it for the money, the power, or the  glory. In any event, should any be harbouring such ego-  oriented ambitions and manage to get themselves elected,  they will soon find themselves having to promptly develop  a real taste for hard work, homework, and more than a  modicum of selfless devotion to the public welfare.  And insofar as the voter in a tightly-knit community as  the Sunshine Coast is concerned, he or she must understand that it is simply not enough to just decide which candidates deserve one's support, vote for them, and let it go  at that.  It is a two-way street in any healthy democratic process.  To fuel and maintain their dedication, desire, and enthusiasm over the long, often gruelling haul of a three-year  term, our citizen-politicians must sense and be viscerally  aware that their constituents value them, support their efforts, and are willing to make the expressions "public-  spirited" and "informed citizenry" more than lifeless  cliches.  Finally, we would be remiss in our journalistic duty if  we did not bring to the attention of our readers what we  and a growing number of observers regard as a troubling  development in Sunshine Coast political life.  It appears that more than one nebulous clique comprised of individuals with personal, monetary, ideological,  and political hidden agenda have come into existence solely for the purpose of supporting certain candidates whom  they seek to influence once in office.  We heartily condemn this practice as being one which  works against the democratic grain, one which seeks to  benefit the few almost invariably at the expense of the  many.  In big cities this approach is called 'machine politics'  and it has no more place there than it does here on (he  Sunshine Coast.  -from our files ���  We Remember When  S YEARS AQO  The Sunshine Coast gears up for November elections  with 13 candidates vying for positions on the Regional  District, Sechelt and Qlbsons Councils. Regional Board  Chairman Jim Gurvey and Sechelt Mayor Joyce Kolibas  have been elected by acclamation and John Burnside,  Ben Lepage and Diane Strom are in a contest for Mayor  of Gibsons.  10 YEARS AQO  Four contest two Gibsons aldermanic seats, Robert  Maxwell, Ben Lepage, Diane Strom and Bill Edney.  The Ministry of Health has approved major renovations to the dietary department at St. Mary's Hospital.  20 YEARS AQO  Regional Board Directors decided to write to the  highways department seeking clarification of road  names on the Sunshine Coast. Dangerous confusion  30 YEARS AQO  BC Tel officials announced that work on the conversion of the Sechelt and Gibsons telephone exchanges  from manual to automatic operation is nearing completion.  40 YEARS AQO  Canadian Legion Branch 112 announced that it would  be pleased to sponsor the first Remembrance Day  Parade ever held in Pender Harbour.  The Sunshine  Miff fitf  r.bii.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor:  Jan Michael Sherman  Rom Nlcholiun  Production:  Advertising  Mgr:  Fran Burmlde  John Gilbert  Jean Broccoli  Jan Scheeki  Jackie Phelan  Bonnie McHeffoy Office Mgr:    Anne Thonuen  Brian McAndrewi Dee Grant  Bill Rogers  Bev Craniton  Thi SUNSHINE COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast. BC every Monday by Qlattlord  Pratt Ltd., Box 460. Gibsons. BC VON 1V0. Gibsons 886-2622 or  88fr7817: Sechelt 885-3930; Pender Harbour 883-9099; Gibsons  Fax 886-7725, Sechelt Fax 885-3954. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702,  Tha Sunthln* COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part ol it by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing is first secured from Glasslord Pratt Ltd., holders ol the  copyright SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Cinadi: t year S3S; 6 months 120; Foreign   1 year 140  The Candidates \im running  in great numbers allalong the  coast...itwasiholseason'...  again*  Of myopic mice-men  Stupidly failing to read that  morning's chicken entrail  auguries before putting dusty  country boot to ferry deck for  VanPoohBah, I was dangerously unaware that only the  narrow-minded walked the  streets that day.  Two of them accosted me  moments after I sat down to  quaff a double cappuccino in a  gypsy cafe on lower Davie.'  m Apparently alerted by my  . Hajfmoon Bay cap, these Mjce-  Mtn (possibly pere et tils)  bellied up to my cheesy table  and I soon found myself defending the honour, integrity, and  ultimate right-to-lifestyle of us  Sunshine Coasters.   .  These supercilious VanPooh-  Bahs held me in high contempt  for having the temerity to suggest that Coasters have the  right, even the obligation, to  protect and (if possible) enhance  that which we regard as the  good life.  When I ventured that the  woefully inadequate ferry  system and its quasi-competent  management should consider  Coast residents as a first priority, even to the point of lower  fares and guaranteed loading,  the younger Mouse-Mas  sneered craftily.  Wasn't I aware that the  Queen of Unsound and Howe  . and the Princess of Pollution  .' were, in actuality, just screw-  driven extensions of Highway  101? Merely watery lanes of  transit? When I mildly protested that Sunshine Coasters  were more dependent on the  ferries than day-tripping tourists  or entrepreneurial profilers,  Papa Rodent squeaked "That's  progress."  Then, no longer amused by  my bumpkin-ness and Dogpatch inability to appreciate  the "Big Picture", both Pere et  Fils took fiendish delight in  whipping a little VanPoohBah  reality on me.  Fpr example (they said), if  Coast Seniors had special need  for mainland access, why, trun-  ���dle the old buggers across the  briney one last time and dump  'em on the doorstep of the One-  Foot-In-The-Grave Slipped  Disco Retirement Ghetto &  Preheavenly Mulch Farm!  This was (they said) a sensible, logical, progressive idea,  the bonus being that such a plan  would automatically free up a  lot of housing on the Coast.  Housing (they said) which  would be put to eminently good  use by pinched-soul and space-  starved city rats dying to abandon their ship of concrete cages  and mechanical birdsong.  While shakily sipping my second cappuccino, the dynamic  duo of cerebral doodoo proceeded to trample into insensibility another topic I had ventured to confront them with,  namelv mv (not unreasonable.  thought I) contention that, by  virtue of the Coast's special and  vulnerable geography, to be  heedless of human and machine  density was to kill the baby to  save the bath water.  Haranguing me with smug invocations of manifest destinies,  the Mice-Men accused me and  those of "my ilk" (that's you,  dear reader) of being selfish,  greedy, elitist, anti-social,  obstreperous, obstructive, and  stick-in-the-spoke saboteurs of  the inevitable and inexorable  wheels of human progress.  Then they accused all of us of  manifesting a "drawbridge  mentality."  This was too much by half!  Dropping my debating club  mask of effete civility, I  unleashed Kid Id - my Primal  i Persona,- on these spear car-  " riers of Mindless Consumption  and Expansion.  "Drawbridge mentality, my  sweet asterisk (*)", Kid Id  fomented, exhaling with such  force that the Mice-Men were  blown chairs and all a good  three feet back from the table.  "We oughta secede! Declare  the Sunshine Coast a Cosmic  Colony responsive solely to the  collective vibrations and nurturing emanations of all universal  life forms!"  The Mice-Men shivered at the  possibilities conjured by the  Kid, but he had only begun.  "We'll scrap the godamn ferries, stock Howe Sound with  dioxin-loving Great Whites and  Mama Rays, and blow all craft  out of the water except for wind  or  person-powered  vessels  under seven feet in length! But  any visitors who manage to  make it to Langdale alive will be  welcomed with open arms,  transfusions and prosthetic  devices."  Blanching like a couple of  almonds, the Mice-Men shrank  back into their leisure-suited  minds, cowed by the tongue-in-  eboth-cheeks fury of Kid Id.  "You won't need a  passport", the Kid wenl on,  "but non-residents will have to  submit to -- and pass -- a battery  of psychological tests to determine whether iheir psyches are  ecologically safe and sound  enough to be trusted within our  Sunshine Coast Life Space."  The Kid grinned at the cringing Mice-Men.  "That's a taste of Plan 'A',  suckers", he snickered,into the  cone of catatonic silence which  had suddenly enveloped Pere et  Fils. Leering pleasantly at my  foxy gypsy waitress who looked  like she could read your fortune  and then make it come true on  the spot, Kid Id waited for the  Mice-Men's next move, lt was  quite a while in coming.  "Why don't you just hack  the Coast free of the mainland  and float off into the Godforsaken sunset?", asked the older  Mouse-Man with a peremptory,  military sort of squeal.  Lowering his pitchfork and  sheathing his scythe, Kid Id  mentally licked the lips of his  imagination, breathed a visionary sigh of wonders to  come, then said conspiratorially  to the VanPoohBah Mice-Men:  "That's Plan 'B'."  In a nutshell  A man for all services #  by & Nutter  I only knew one man who  belonged to all three services-  during the war. He'd got a  reasonably early start and I met  him on the first course at the Initial Training School for the Air  Force in Regina. He was the  smallest person there, quite tiny  in fact, but wiry and competitive as hell, and he had a  really nice sardonic sense of  humour. We became friends,  broke back into the place  together after hours, and did all i  the things you did.  The next time I saw him we  were both back in the Manning,  Pool in Brandon. I was waiting  for a navigation school to open,  but he had been 'grounded'.  They said his leegs were too short  to reach the rudder pedstls, and  they seemed to want him to  become some sort of clerk.  He was of course in a rage,  but he hadn't lost his sense of  humour. We were housed in a  rangy  downtown  storefront!  make-do   (the   Winter   Fair '  buildings were jammed at that'  point) and we had a pro-tern of  ficer in charge who set a less  than shining example. He used  to try to shuffle ladies of the  night into his office right under  our noses and seemed to think  that nobodv noticed.  It was Hubert one night,  when this furtive bit was going  on, who jumped up on his  chair, raised a hand, and called  "Three chews for Mrs. Clewes  hip, hip "  Somehow Hubert and I had  wangled our way off duties and  would spend the afternoons in  the back room at Daisy Mae's  Cafe on From Street, sipping  sherry. At a point he would go  to the pay phone and call Ottawa collect. He had a cousin  who was secretary to the  Secretary of State, and he  would demand in no uncurtain  terms to be 'got out of here'.  So the next time I saw him he  was a lieutenant in the Fusiers  Montreal. I was in Montreal  supposedly about to fly across  in a Ventura. His regiment was  about to go overseas. He had  me to his mess and we pledge  to meet in London and so forth.  But the States entered the war  and put an initial clamp on their  aircraft. I went down to Halifax  to go over by boat. Somehow  there I got fingered and sent only across the harbour, to a flying boat squadron then in Dartmouth, So I was still around  four months later when, in  downtown Halifax, I became  aware that a neat little figure  clipping along the street was unquestionably H. Duchesneau,  dressed in a navy uniform.  The Fusiers Montreal had  gone overseas alright, but left  him behind as training officer  for the next lot���and there was  no one could tell him that this  was not because of his size.  What could he do then after all?  He got himself out of there too,  and into the only one left, the  navy. I had him to my mass,  and we discussed the vicissitudes  of fate.  The navy however sent him  to sea. He was perhaps a right  size for Corvettes. We moved  out to Newfoundland and  started trying to cover the  western half of the Atlantic. I  knew the number of his ship  and reasonably often we'd find  ourselves over it, tossing madly  about down there much pf the  time. Sometimes I would think I  could make him out through the  glasses, a small figure among  bigger ones on the bridge.  Often, flashing the Aldis lamp,  I would think he might be on  the other end. Always when the  tallies went up in our Ops. room  after attacks on convoys, I  checked to see if he was still  afloat; but I never met him  again.  So, when I think of Hubert I  think of the early days ot the  war, and more and more when I  think of the war at all I think of  the beginnings more than of the  end. There was a.time when  everyone was present, from  every part and walk-and  background of the country, not  yet soldiers or sailors or airmen  but still anonymously all of a  whole that was quite unique.  We remember the ones Who  didn't make it through, but I  remember also the way we all  were then. <LetUt&. ttr the Cditot  Local remembers meeting Norman Bethune  Coast News, Novembers, 1990  Editor:  The time has come to  rctnetnta the men and women  who served in past wars: Those  who returned and those who  gave their lives. I remember a  very great man whom I knew  when 1 was young, but who is  now dead. It was in the summer  of 1936, the year I was married.  I was walking down St.  Katherine Street in Montreal  when a man spoke to me. He  said, "You do not know me, let  me introduce myself. I am Norman Bethune." I told him I had  heard all about him. He invited  me to come to a party he was  .having at his apartment in  .Beaver Hall Square. I told him I  would have to ask my husband  and he said, "Bring him along  too." Yes, we had heard about  his great kindness and generosity towards poor people; treating  their health problems free of  charge.  Jack and I went to the party  and we found the apartment  was on the top floor of a  building overhung by trees. The  wall of the staircase was  beautifully decorated with colourful designs. We were told  that Dr. Bethune was also a  gifted artist, and had done it  himself.  There were so many people  present that there was standing  room only, and while we passed  around the trays of refreshments our host stood on a chair  and told us he planned to go to  Spain, where the legally elected  Popular Front Government was  being attacked by the fascist  General Franco with the help of  Hitler and Mussolini.  Dr. Bethune had learned  about war when, as a medical  student, he served as a stretcher  bearer in the First World War.  He had seen people Weed, to  death and realized the need for  blood donations to save lives.  He went off to the Spanish Civil  War and organized the first  blood-transfusion service ever  used in war. It saved thousands  of lives.  Meanwhile, the League  Against War and Fascism was  organized and 250,000 Canadians joined it. They collected  money to send the Mackenzie-  Papineau Battalion in which  many young unemployed mm  had enlisted, to Spain. These  were joined by the Abraham  Lincoln Brigade from the USA.  They were preparing to leave  when the Premier of Qudxc,  Maurice Duplessis, who was a  fascist, tried to stop them by  preventing them from being  issued visas. But he was too  late. They had already gone. All  he could do was to urge the peo-  Wilson's candidacy seen welcome  Editor:  lt is a great relief to see that  Gordon Wilson is running again  as the Area A Director. I have  only known Gordon a short  while since moving to the Coast,  but I find his approach very  refreshing.  He is very positive and progressive, and Area A has .been  very fortunate to have such a  dynamic person to represent  them on the Sunshine Coast  Board of Directors.  The acquisition of Katherine  Lake as a public park and  campground will provide a  legacy for our future generations. The protection of our  habitat by the creation of  natural   reserves   and   parks  r  should be a priority. It is Gordon's vision to see a Recreational Commission organized to  help manage the future development and protection of this  area.  Representation on a regional  basis by Gordon Wilson can only provide us with more  assurance that the Peninsula  will be protected from  overdevelopment, at the same  time encompass the planning to  provide our families with an excellent quality of living.  pie of Quebec to pray for the  victory of General Franco.  Unfortunately, the Popular  Front Government was not victorious. Hitler and Mussolini  sent in thdr war planes to bomb  the Loyalist lines and the  Spanish cities. Large numbers  of refugees crossed the mountains into Fiance. Many people  were kille-d.  Norman Bethune returned to  Montreal. He told us lie was  leaving for China to serve as  chief medical officer in Mao-  Tse-Tung's Red Army. He cut  his finger during an operation  and died of blood poisoning.  Since then, Ted Allen, who  had gone with him to Spain, has  written the script of a film: The  Making of a Hero. The actor  Donald Sutherland, plays the  part of Bethune.  Isabel Ralph  I would like to thank Gordon  Wilson for all the support he  has given our area in regards to  recreational and park facilities  and feel that his continued involvement ensures us of proper  direction in this area.  Marie Bisson-Montpetit  Setting  record  straight  Editor:  Let's get the record straight!  An ovCT-anxious candidate  for the Director of Area A has  claimed responsibility for  leading the fight to protect  Garden Bay drinking water.  This is not correct and any  credit for creating a development moratorium on the lake  was led by the Trustees of the  Garden Bay Waterworks  District.  These five trustees spmt  many hours in close liason with  the Regional Board through the  present Director of Area A to  bring about a zoning change  through a well attended public  hearing in the high school. It  was noted that the candidate  claiming to have led the fight  was conspicuous by his absence.  This candidate is also against  the proposed by-law which  would change building setbacks from 20 feet to 100 feet  for constnKtion around any  lake that is used for community  drinking water. This new setback has been recommended by  the Garden Bay Waterworks  District Trustees and could be  lost if the new by-law is  defeated.  Think when you go to the  polls on November 17.  Tom Barker  Great Forestry myth  Wilson given Pender credit  Editor:  Time to give credit where  credit is due.  For all those who use and enjoy the old forestry complex in  Pender Harbour ��� did you  know that the site sat empty for  a number of years, followed by  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ��� Retirement Planning  ��� Annultlw/R.R.I.F./R.R.S.P  ��� Life Insurant   ��� Employee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 8 years'  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS  three years of fruitless negotiations to let the Music School use  the main building?  When Gordon Wilson was  elected, he quickly moved the  regional board into giving the  necessary permission. And  shortly thereafter the whole site  was designated as a Regional  Park.  With the Music School  already there, it was a natural  development   to   have  the  Library, Playschool and Art  Gallery occupy the other  buildings. Now the cultural centre of Pender Harbour is full of  activity revolving around  children and the arts with good  potential for much more.  When you vote for the Area  A Director on November 17,  think on these facts.  Us Fowler  Pender Harbour. BC  Editor:  Another great forestry myth  was dispelled when Dick Bryan,  Manager of Economics, .Statistics and Energy for the Council of Forest Industries (COFI),  had this to say about the  economic impact of the forest  industry in BC:  "You've probably Iward the  old saying about SO cents out of  every dollar generated in BC  coming from the forest industry. Well, that's not true today and actually, I'm not sure it  ever was���at least not since  most of the people in this room  have been working.  "Even though it produces  nearly half the produtfs manufactured in the province, in  total, forest sector aedivity accounts for about 25 per cent of  the BC gross domestic product.  "So if you want to express  the industry's economic significance in terms of cents out  of every dollar you're looking at  about 25 cents out of every  dollar." (May 12, 1990,  "Future of Forestry" conference, Squamish, BC)  Fifty cents out of every  dollar, forests are forever, old  mentalists want to stop all logging; these are all myths thai  perpetuate the status quo.  Multi-national forest companies  continue to cut our last remaining forests at rates never before  seen in this country. The leasers  in this mythology will be our  children.  Jim Pine:  Catholic  women  grateful  Editor:  The Catholic Women's  League wishes to thank  everyone who helped to make  the Holy Family Church Bazaar  held on Saturday, October 20,  such a great success.  The winners of the raffle  were: First prize, a set of framed pictures���Rita Sullivan; second prize, guillo���Linda  Sullivan; third prize, handmade  purse���S. Georgiakopoulos.  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NOV. 12  5  UILDING  GIBSONS  SUPPLIES^  r^_  TWO LOCATIONS   sunshine coast highway gibsons  wharf and dolphin sichrt  mi  immmmmmm.  mtmmmmt Coast News, November 5,1990  Two more Qlbsons  aldermanic hopefuls  JANINE HAUGHTON  Janine Haughton has lived on  the Sunshine Coast for 20 years.  She has worked as a child care  worker and family counselor  and is presently employed by  School District 46. Site is also a  Canadian Union of .Public  Employees counselor; chairperson of the Labour Management  CommittM; signing officer for  the Employees Assistance Program of the School District; and  delegate to Metro Council.  Haughton told the Coast  New that she believes in "an  open approach in government."  "A town councillor is a  public servant, sworn to represent the public," she said. "My  aim will to be to involve the  community as much as possible  in the running of our town."  She considers that the immediate priorities are an efficient water system, improved  sewage disposal, upgraded  roads, and schools, "always  maintaining the beauty of our  surroundings."  "I support growth and expansion," she said, "but believe  we must approach this in a  mature and considered way. We  must assess carefully our  resources and do some long  term planning to ensure a sustainable future."  Haughton advocates cooperation with other jurisdictions on the Coast, and stresses  the need for "creative vision  and common sense to direct our  growth toward a sound economic base and a healthy future  for ourselves and the generations which follow."  JOHN McNEVIN  John McNevin, with his wife  and children, first came to live  on the Sunshine Coast in 1970.  His wife's family have been  summer and then full-time  residents since the 1950's.  John McNevin has worked as  a Senior Manager with over 20  years experience in organization  management, including administration, research, advocacy, communications and  education. John has special  skills in the areas of policy formulation, design and implementation of administration programs and services and program  delivery.  John McNevin previously  served as Regional Director for  .Area F and as Chairman of the  Sunshine Coast Regional  District. He directed the  development of community  plans for six regiun. 1 districts  Gardening notes  by Marguerite  Welcome to newcomers and  would-be gardeners. By now  fall Is giving way to winter, a  timely reminder to gardeners  that frosts are on their way.  Many half-hardy perennials  will stand a degree or two of  frost, but it's never worth the  risk to leave them out.  Getting tender plants into a  more protected environment is a  priority this wMk. Even without  a greenhouse, dahlias and  geraniums can be saved until the  spring when they will yield  literally hundreds of cuttings.  With luck, you should never  need to buy another plant.  In general, after lifting  plants, shake off soil, cut them  back about half, then pack  them into a deep box close  together, push some soil around  the roots. During winter keep  dry and cool, with a minimum  temperature  of  35   decrees.  ft   ��t *-!��� *���*->*���  ���w                                                             4HHft>lflf  ' * **!���  mm\m\\                                      mmmm  It,  mmm.  MlJl3r*Ww  INDIVIDUAL, MARRIAGE  and  FAMILY COUNSELLING  at  1029 Qower Point Road, Gibsons, B.C.  To make an appointment phone 885*4400 or 886*3221 after 5:00 pm  Also offering An Introduction To The Work of Love  and A Course In Inner Freedom: Handling The Stress Of Your Life  and Teen Seminar  Crauitt Union  In recognition of  REMEMBRANCE DAY  we will be closed  on Saturday,  November 10th  Pender Harbour  Sechelt Branch  Gibsons Branch  Branch  Box 375  Box 715  Box 28  Teredo Square  Kern's Plata  Madeira Park. B.C.  SecMt. BC.  Gibsons, B.C.  V0N2H0  V0N3A0  VON 1V0  Tel: 883 9531  Tel: 885-3255  Tel: 886 8121  K RE-ELECT A)  ^CAROlT  RE-ELECT  (CAROL)  ADAMS  School Trustee  I District  rof Sechelt  siee  111 n n n i n i < 11 n i n 1111 n it ii it ii ii 11 ii i  imiiihiii  WANTED  ptfB  B    !  ���E<"  ���^H                   T^^Pr  _J9    1  Planned Development  with Controlled Taxes  DAVID WELLS  for MAYOR of SECHELT  et*����a��atM����e������*ft**a->**��**t>��tt��'��'tt^^  including the establishment of  commercial, industrial and  residential zones, populaton  density levels, green belts and  the establishment of public  parklands.  John and his wife, Jo-anne,  returned to the Sunshine Coast  to rejoin their children and  grandchildren. John has returned to his trade as a steamfit-  ter/plumber on the construction  at Port Mellon and was recently  elected as Chief Steward.  John McNevin enjoyed the  opportunity to make a contribution to local Government in the  past. The Coast News made the  following comment of his  previous service.  Water only to prevent soil  becoming dust clay.  Cut dahlias down to six inches of ground, inspect for  damage or disease and cut out,  dust with a sulphur dust. Place  plants upside down in a sunny  airy spot for a day or two.  Store in shallow boxes, with a  layer of moist peat in the bottom, cover with more peat,  making sure not tcf cover the  crown (which joins the stem).  Rake all those precious leaves  off lawn and garden-, and  enclose them in an area eigblby  10 feet enclosed with- mmJ^,\\  wire. Don't dig a hole as watHJU  could collect and decomposition  could  be slow.  Sprinkle  10 :  pounds of 5-10-5 fertilizer over [  it, which will speed decay, also I  10 pounds of ground limestone.  Then add two inches of soil  and wet thoroughly. Repeat this j  process,   same   order,   twice I  more. The composted leaves .  should be ready for use in the  spring.  Warning  Attention fishermen, pleasure  boat operators and othetrs who  operate VHF radiotelephone  equipment.  It is illegal to operate a VHF  marine radio without an Operator's Certificate.  The Pender Harbour Power  and Sail Squadron's short  course towards obtaining the  necessary certificate will take  place at the Madeira Park Legion Hall Sunday, Noveember 18 .  from 1:30 to 4:30 pm. Cost is $5  with pre-registration requested.  Contact Jock Hermon at  883-2745 or 883-9525 for full information.  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BREAD  *��#?'* - ���' ��� .     i   x  Ovenfresh  ^  CROISSANTS  Robin Hood - Whole Wheat ��� Blended Bread - Unbleachedaor  All Purpose  White  FLOUR  Robin Hood  Quick or Wild  OATS  10 Kg  .2.25 Kg  Robin Hood  Flaky  PIE CRUST  MIA 540 gm  Assorted  Ocean Spray  CRANBERRY  COCKTAILS  1.141  Concord or White  Welch's  GRAPE JUICE  II  Regular or Extra Spicy  Mott's  CLAMAT0  COCKTAIL  .1.36 I  1.59  2.29  6.48  2.99  1.88  2.49  2.39  1.98  < I  Evaraweet. Sliced or  Shaved ��� Cooked  HAM  per 100 g   m  DELI SPECIALS  Grimms - Sliced or  Shaved  ROAST  Swift ��� Assorted  Varieties  BEEF PATE  1 .��0 PtrlOOg    l93  per 100g Coast News, November 5,1990  community news  GB  Legion burns mortgage  by George Cooper, gMgO  In April 1973 when members  of Branch 109 Gibsons Royal  Canadian Legion jubilantly  opened their new lounge and  hall, glad to move from their  smaller quarters nearby (now  the Tantalus Apartments), they  were quite justly proud of their  accomplishment.  But with alterations to the  building and other capital expense the mortgage had by 1979  come within a hair's breadth of  doubling. The burden was so  onerous that by 1987 the branch  was on the edge of going under.  With a determine executive,  . however, the branch has since  paid off the monstrous mortgage and on Sunday, October  28, held a mortgage burning  ceremony. Rob Carey, the Gibsons manager of the Sunshine  Coast Credit Union, gladly provided a copy of the mortgage  for the occasion.  Quite  an  accomplishment!  And all due to the diligence of  the executives of the past four  years, led by President Larry  Boyd.  VOTING  First thing, make a note of  voting day and then get out and  vote. Election day is Saturday,  Novembr 17 in the Marine  Room. Advance poll is Friday,  November 9. Note the hours of  the advance poll ��� 8 to 5 pm.  The newspapers carry information on the candidates.  Read, make your choice, and  get out to vote. In Gibsons there  are four candidates for the  mayor's office, and seven candidates for the four aldermanic  seats. They'll be in office for the  next three years.  In Gibsons voters choose a  member for school board, as  well, this election. If you're not  on the voters list, visit the Town  Hall right away.  HUNTER GALLERY  ."among   the   fine   pottery,  paintings, and crafts available  ff NATIONAt MAI  Urol) Iff ATI $I��VICI  Settlors Consultant, Buying, Selling,  Retirement Planning. LIST VOUR PROPERTY  WITH EXPERIENCE ��� Free Evaluation  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre, Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  RESM6-7134 OFFICE: IM-2277 VAN882-1513  y  J.R. (JIM) MUNRO  for sale at the gallery, there is  this week and next, a showing  of work by potter Gale  Woodhouse.  A couple of small dragons in  blues and grays could liven a  coffee table, small masks in  contrasting glazes suggest hidden emotions, vases and platters  in sombre colours and unique  designs are available.  One of Gale's pieces, a large  bowl, has .been purchased and  donated to a gallery collection  by Keith Receveur ��� a gift  much appreciated by the  gallery.  Gale came to the Sunshine  Coast four years ago to live  after "falling in love with the  place while visiting my sister."  Gale says "We sprat Christmas  of 1986 in England and New  Year's here on the Coast."  After 20 years in pottery art  in England, the first several in  study and apprenticeship, Gale  has taught art and design as well  as operating her own studio in  Banbury, Oxfordshire.  Now that her children are in  school, Gale has returned to her  art, doing some individual items  in her home in Langdale and  delighted to be able to work in  Pat Forst's studio on Chamberlin Road.  In Langdale, too, Gale does  substitute teaching.  Members of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 109, stand  More the door of their new building. From left lo right are Jack  Morris, Stan Verhulst, Reg Carnaby, Cy Spencer, Pat Quarry,  George Follows, Mil Sneddon, Jean Roberts, Ruth Beacon of the  Ladies Auxiliary, John Wilson, Padre Brown, Gordon Clarke,  Dan Dawe.  School Board election  generates Interest  School Board elections this  year have generated widespread  interest, with an unprecedented  15 candidates filing for seven  trustee positions.  Incumbents who have chosen  to run again include Gibsons'  resident Shawn Cardinall,  Lenore Joe, Carol Adams, Pat  Stewart, Lynn Chapman and  Maureen Clayton.  The new hopefuls include  Shirley Hall, Lynne Munro,  Francis Konopasek, Jakob  Knaus, Mariette Berinslein,  Judy Wilson, Mary Bland, Joe  Horvath, Barbara Hopkins.  Last year's Coast-wide battle  over French Immersion, which  saw the Sunshine Coast chapter  of Parents For French challenge  the board in court, polarized the  community and undoubtedly  led .nany newcomers to become  involved in the entire process of  education.  The "Year 2000" concept,  which will bring radical changes  to the educational system  province-wide, has apparently  had an energizing, motivating  effect on citizens in terms of  their involvement with the  mechanisms which play such a  vital part in the schooling of  their children.  Next week in the Coast News,  all candidates for School Board  positions will be profiled.  Centres  supported  The Gibsons and the Setchelt  and District Business Information Centres have each receives!  cheques for $4,000 under the  province-wide Business Information Centre (BIC) program.  Announcement of the funding  vies made by Mackenzie MLA  Harold Long and Regional and  Economic Development Minister Stan Hagen.  "Business Information Centres throughout the province  provide up-to-date data and advice to those wishing to establish  or expand small businesses,"  said Hagen. "Each BIC has a  trained officer available to handle public enquiries on a broad  range of business topics."  The BICs carry a wide assortment of publications and are  linked with the BC Business  Network (BCBN) which provides on-line access to a variety  of useful databases. Data includes announcements of  federal and provincial government tenders, international  marketing and investment opportunities and small business  financial profiles.  For more information contact Business Information Centre, Sechelt Chamber of Commerce, 5501 Shorncliffe  Avenue, Sechelt, BC at  885-3100 or Business Information Centre, Gibsons and  District Chamber of Commerce, Box 1190, Gibsons, BC  at 886-2325.  M31PSK3WRS lIANCHflG  ASK       YOUR       PHARMACIST  Or Acetaminophen?  "I'd hate to think I'm influenced by what I see on T. v.,  but���is there really a difference between Aspirin" and  Tylenol"?"  Yes. They are two very different drugs. Aspirin* is acetylsali-  cylic acid IASAI and Tylenol* is  acetaminophen  Both medicines are  equally effective in treating  pain or fever, asa, however,  can decrease the inflammation,  swelling, stiffness, and joint pain  of arthritis and rheumatism;  acetaminophen cannot.  ASA can irritate the  stomach. Take it wrth a full  glass of water or milk to reduce  the risk of stomach problems  Despite advertising claims, buffered ASA (for example, Bufferin,  Asadrine*) is not proven effective  in decreasing stomach irritation.  There are enteric-coated ASA  products, such as Entrophen��  and Ecolrin* which lessen  stomach irritation because they  do not dissolve until they reach  the intestine, or in about 9 hours  Take enteric-coated tablets with  water only. If you need quick  relief, enteric-coatesd products are  not for you.  Don't use ASA without professional advice if you bruise or  blred easily, have gout or an  ulcer, are taking oral diabetic  medication or blood thinners, or  if you are pregnant. Never use  ASA for stomach pain.  Reyes syndrome is a rare but  serious illness associated with  the use of ASA in the treatment  of viral illnesses such as flu or  chicken pox in children, teenagers and young adults. Symptoms include vomiting, lethargy  (ie feeling lazy), irritability or  confusion, and it has resulted in  death in some cases. ASA  should not be used to relieve fever in children, teenagers and young adults  unless recommended by a  doctor.  Do not buy large bottle of ASA  for only occasional use. Uncoat-  ed tablets deteriorate rapidly. If  they begin to smell even faintly  like vinegar, throw them out.  For pain and fever,  acetaminophen is a good  alternative to ASA. People  who are allergic or sensitive to  ASA can usually take acetaminophen without difficulty. Moreover, it will not irritate the  stomach. It can produce severe  liver damage if taken in excess or  for long periods of time.  If you are treating a fever,  do not use either ASA or  acetaminophen for more  than 3 days. Follow all medication label directions carefully  unless your doctor has given you  different dosage directions.  It's especially easy to accidenlly  overdose children by not following dosage directions. Use the  pediatric versions of medicines.  Children are nol adults and  should not be given adult medicine.  ASA or acetaminophen? There  is a difference. Ask your pharmacist lo help you choose.  An advisory column written by  The Canadian Pharmaceutical  Aiwdatlon, Ottawa, Ontario.  NEW!  Trouser Socks  for Evening  or  Casual Wear  A Christmas  Gift Idea  THLWIAL   UNDERWEAR  50% cotton, 50% poly. Short or long sleeve  tops and drawers. While. 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Ms Adams  comes with a list of impressive  credentials and a creative feel  for children's environments.  Last year she taught, through  Continuing Education, Creative  Art for three to five year olds  and Special Needs for five year  olds. This year she is teaching  the babysitter's course and is  part of the group developing the  Early Childhood Education  program starting in January  here on the Coast. Finally, an  opportunity to get this training  in early childhood education  without commuting to Vancouver. She also shares her  knowledge of sign language  with the children.  The preschool program under  Gloria Adams offers a lot of  variety. The children at all times  have a choice of art, free play or  gross motor activity. Art includes a daily semi-structured  art project, painting, drawing,  etc. with each child having a  choice of whether or not to participate. A playdough table,  reading area, dressup closet, kitchen, and workbench are  choices for free play.  I visited shortly after a field  trip to a veterinarian, and the  new preschool animal hospital  already had its share of young  vets with stethoscopes and  recuperating teddy bears.  Children can decide to stretch  and romp around the indoor  play area or on the fabulous  jungle gym. This area is  available during the entire two  hour class period. Ms Adams  also uses this space for group  games. For short periods on  warm pleasant days, the  children go outside on the  playground or for a walk to the  beach or the Roberts Creek  campsite. The environment inside is open yet warm and cozy.  The location on Beach Avenue  and Margaret Road allows great  opportunity fo outdoor activity.  Rainbow currently has a few  openings in the morning class.  Come January, due to late  kindergarten enrollment, there  may be openings in the afternoon class. Classes run two  hours on Tuesday through  Thursday. Call Vicki at  885-9333 to enroll. By providing  an exceptional preschool program for three to five year olds,  Rainbow is doing this community great service.  CANDIDATES SPEAK  All seven candidates for the  School .Board from Zone 2 will  be speaking and answering  questions at the Parents Group  meeting Thursday, November 8  from 8 to 9 pm in the Roberts  Creek   School   Library.   The  general public is invited. On  Novembw 17 Zone 2 voters will  elect three persons, each for a  three year term. Tea and coffee  will be served. Bringing a personal cup is encouragerd. The  Parents' Group will have their  meeting beforehand from 7 to 8  pm. Also from the Parents'  Group, a b;g thank you to the  Roberts Creek Fire Department  for their more than generous  donation for the Hallowe'en  party. As always, it was  delightful.  HALL DANCE  Sunday, November 11, the  Zydeco Wolf-Couchon Band  will perform Louisiana Cajun  music at the Roberts Creek  Hall. This is a smorgasbord  dance with dinner served between 6:30 Send 7:30 pm only.  Tickets are $20, available at  Seaview Market. The festivities  are in honour of Remembrance  Day and World Peace Day.  Proceeds   go   to   SCEPP.  Volunteers are needed. For  the bar, call Diana at 886-2087;  for food service, call Louise at  886-7781. Give a hand SCEPP  members.  LIBRARY  Of the 45 new books put on  the library shelves in September,  many are action/adventure  paperbacks. For mystery,  there's Dick Francis' latest,  Longshot. Hocus Pocus by  Kurt Vonnegut and A Sensible  Life by Mary Wesley contribute  excellent general fiction.  Biography readers can choose  between Bio of an Ogre by sci-fi  writer Piers Anthony and  Crowned in a Far Counlry by  Princess Michael of Kent. The  new book Creative Gift Wrapping can help dress up those  Christmas presents this year.  SMEXL UPDATE  1 got a few replies on my inquiry regarding the foul smell,  some from Gibsons. All seemed  reassured, as I was, someone  else did indeed suffer the experience. One caller smelted  something similar this past  Tuesday night.  I��:  Sechelt  j*"**" Public Library  IL Hours:  ^Tues.  Wed.  sThurs. 10-30-7pm^  CSat. 10:30.4pm  1 Boole Drop in Trail Bay Mall '"  10-30-4pmey  10-30-1 pmj^_  Gibsons  & District  'Public Library!  .Hours:  .Tues.  _Wed.  i Thurs.  1 Sat.  ���STORYTIME:  Wed  Mal MacMillan and Sarah Dusenbury demonstrate the refurbished deck and new wheel chair access ramp at the adult day care  centre at Kirkland Centre in Wilson Creek. Funds for the additions were donated to the centre by the District of Sechelt.  ���ROM Nicholson photo  I  COAST NEWS*  Photo  5x7  $900  p_      ���   . '1ny published photo or your  KeprmtS    choice from the contact sheets    8x10 *1200  +?%��****}  ten  W* ^     OSeonze Cjardt  ZJapi  & ^undiaiA  Qowor Pt. Rd., Qlbaona Unding      IU-2III  Mattresses, Floorfoam &  King Toppers in-stock  \     c  1NEED EXTRA  BEDS?  COMPLETE  FOAM SHOP  Will UPHOLSTERYI  .����.��, BOAT TOPS ltd  637  Wyngaert   Rd.,  Gibsons  ���������l-M ���"'  .'���v. k.v.1'  .*rtWWUVrt\W|  Come see our cupboard     t*  full 0/ goodies. Mony items   r  on sale now! ���*!  1 Accent Rugs-30% OFF ^  Vi  c    ACCENTS r-JL f  C-O-U-N-T-R-Y   Gibsons Landing j ��gg~*bi 5  Gilt Store  5-921)8 m,  "Open 7 days, 10:00 - 5:00" JK��  kvw%%%NV.vvw%*wv%rw ������  '-- Come in ft a Friendly Cal3  Relax and Enjoy  ���A superbly satisfying meal  ���A "famous" Harbour Cafe  home made dessert  ���Great service.from people  who care  v     HARBOUR  Gibsom Lending Cfl/(2 886-2261  fAMETYa  jl/icvke  Clvdoimo Skating IjM  COME TO MARY'S FOR  ���na        ��� Scenic B.C. Calendars  4^^A* Novelty Calendars  QJ|^y       FOR OVERSEAS MAILING  Open 7 Days A Were* 88W077  Gexwr Pi. Rd., Gibseieej Landing  Have lunch  or dinner at  the Omega  o  OMEGA  RESTA-U-R-ANT  OVERLOOKING GIBSONS HARBOUR  RESERVATIONS     M6-2269      TAKE-OUT  BEAUTIFUL  ASSORTMENT OF  BATH ROBES  BY  PIERRE CARDIN  FROM $55  Open 7 Days a Week  262 Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing 886-2116  GROCERY  BANANAS 3ibs.99  California Grown  Sunkist Navel No. 138 s ft f%  oranges **.."  California Grown ^W^%  cauliflower ��... I a  California Grown  Large Size Field M ^*h  tomatoes ��.4a  P.O.W. Choice Instant  OFFEE 200  gm  P.O.W. Coj/ee  Whitener        i70s,n  WISHFUL  /^THINKING  We have all the  Christmas Gifts  at VERY Reasonable  Prices ��� See & Save  275 Gower Point Road.  Gibsons Landing  886-3812  Calelll Spaghetti/long  Vennicelll/Rlgatopl  .500 gin  2.98  .99  .99  1.29  spaghetti sauce   1.99  Crisco Vegetable e|%      it ft  OH ,eZ.43  .99  LeClerc Chocolate  Fudge/Vanilla  cookies       100 gm  Calelll ��� Mild & Spicey 750 ml  BAKERY  Kroeger Assorted  crackers  Corllnu ,4       J| ft  olive oil        250mi 1.43  Globe  corned beef  DAIRY  . 340 sm  1.79  Producer Lemon Dish ^k      AA  detergent 1.03  Scott Jumbo ,A       fk f%  towels 2-. 1.93  .89  Beruvf  DELI  .198 gm  Grimms Summer  sausage  Chef Pac With Egg  .'/rib.  1.99  e,n��; rae HWi tgs a^_  potato salad -����>. .99  Oier Oi.'n Frtahl) Baked fm f%  cinnamon buns      t, .99  Our Own Freshly Baked f* g��  panini buns n .99  Oal1lMt% -1     QQ  milk 21 1.00  Rasmus Brie & Camembert mm    g\g\  cheese .25 gm C*��M  Oakland ^     j*  chocolate milk n 1.19  Niagara Orange ^     A f\  juice 34i mi 1.19  N.N. Polalo & Orion I  Potato & Cheddar *     aaa.  perogies i k91.89  Green Giant French Cut g��    ba  green beans      n3 L. 19  FROZEN  || a,   .*   ~    -m.     ���...-������    .A   ��.V �����   1��   ia^A    *>.*��*.* 8.  Coast News, November 5,1990  Eric Small is:  . An active Community worker,  having worked on the Sea  Cavalcade Committe and the  Miss Gibsons Pageant  former Rectors Warden and active  with the Anglican Church all his life  . active in Service Club work for  14 years  . Charter President of the Rotary  Club of Gibsons-Sechelt  Charter Chairman, Town of  Quesnel Industrial Development  Commission  . 2 years experience in developing  and teaching courses in effective  management.  After living and working from one  side of Canada to the other, my wife  Peggy and I have chosen Gibsons  as our home. Most of us, including  me, came here because the lifestyle  appealed to us. Every effort must be  made to retain that lifestyle and the  Community ambience, while  recognising that nothing stands still  and even nature is a year older  every twelve months.  I am employed part-time with the  Bank of Montreal. My career at the  Bank has spanned 38 years,  culminating in several senior  management positions, including  District Manager of the Sunshine  Coast, Vancouver Island and latterly  Northern British Columbia  and the Yukon.  Peggy and I have been married for  36 years and have 2 sons and 6  grandchildren.  SMALL,  Eric  MAYOR    X  TEAM  IH P ��� L ��� A *T ��� F*0* R ��� M  Build a team of elected and staff members dedicated While Provincial Property Assessments have increas-  to a common goal of responsive and responsible ed.25% to 75% in the recent past, the Municipal tax  government. --^uate will be adju&ted |to needed budget requirements   jjp^HJ affordable levels. ;  Ensure accessibility by its taxpayers to Council  through good open communication.  Examine periodically and update the Official Community Plan through public input and communication  with the Residents of the Town of Gibsons.  Control expenditures to ensure the lowest possible  municipal taxation rates while at the same time providing needed improvements.  Work towards co-operation and co-ordination with  other levels of local Government.  Protect the environment and save Gospel Rock.  Encourage and support local business and tourism.  Work towards improvement of the Ferry Services.  i have watched Gibsons grow since I  built our house here in 1981. My wife  Shirley and I have developed a great  love for Gibsons and wish to  preserve the lifestyle that attracted  us to live here.  As your Alderman, I would work to  ensure that Council gives the highest  priority to the provision of:  - An ample water supply  ��� An efficient sewage system  - Good roads, with sidewalks  - Improvement of Harbour facilities  Now retired after 44 years working in  the Forest Industry, my wife, Barbara,  and I have lived in Gibsons for 17  years.  I believe I can give something back  to this community that I have lived in  all these years. I want to make sure  the Town has the capacity to service  the expected new growth In regard  to water, roads, sewage and other  services, without putting a burden on  the present taxpayers.  My wife, Claudette, and I have lived  in Gibsons for 5 years and have been  active in the Lions Club during that  time. My trade has been hardrock  mining, where I was a Supervisor. I  have been the past Fire Chief with  the Logan Lake Fire Department.  Prior to that, I served on the  municipal Council in Cassiar in  Northern British Columbia and was  past Chairman of the Court of  Revision in Fernie.  My goal is to contribute my varied  expertise for sensible management  in Gibsons. My immediate concern Is  to improve our water system.  LfL *" * * -*��� ������ # ��,,-. -*. ~3*  m^mmM  LA /l'  'i -"   "-�� -: community news  Coast News, November 5,1990  'I  SECHELT  msa  Legion makes its annuai appeal  by MggWj Watt, MS33M  "All we ask is that everyone  wear a poppy." Wally Erickson, veteran of WWII, Treasurer and member of Royal  Canadian Legion Branch 140, is  talking about the Legion's one  and only annual appeal to the  public for funds.  The money raised selling poppies is used to help various institutions such as hospitals,  veterans' rest homes and ex-  service people and thdr dcpcn-  dants. Mr. Erickson stressed  that the money raised by the  poppies is public money, money  beionging to the community.  On Sunday, November 11,  the Remembrance Day Parade  will start from the Legion on  Wharf Street at 10:45 am. There  will be a march to the Cenotaph, where there will be a service and laying of the wreath.  Afterwards, the marchers will  retire to the branch hall where  The Harbour Lights will entertain. Branch 140 will then present a cheque for $1000 to the  Pender Harbour School of  Music.  FESTIVAL FUNDRAISING  The Festival of the Written  Arts is looking for donations of  used books for their fundraising  The adults wen busy cutting the ribbon to open Ihe new gazebo at  Dougal Park, bul these children were too interested In Iheir paints  to pay attention. -Ron Nicholson pkolo  ELECT  Shirley Hall  SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER  FOR AREAS A AND B  Retired teacher with a  strong commitment  to children  ��� Parent involvement in  school planning  ��� Environmentally  friendly schools  ��� Continuing good labour  relations  ��� Strong support for  teachers' professional  needs  VOTE FOR SHIRLEY HALL  ON NOVEMBER 17th  Gazebo opened  A Joint venture of the Wert Howe Sound Recreation Com-  mltrinn .and the Town of CHwom, the new gazebo at Dougal  Park in Glbaom wa* officially opened recently by a brave  group of hxal poNtadans and a few hardy souls who came out  In spite of Ihe cold, wet October day.  Ribbon cutting duties were performed by Gibsons Mayor  Diane Strom and Regional District Chairman Peggy Connor,  with MiliUnrt from GJbeow Alderman Lilian Kunstler and  Regional District Directors Jim Gurney and Brett  McGMvray.  book sale on November 24. If  you've any books to donate,  please leave a message at the  Festival office (885-9631) or at  the Rockwood office  (885-2522). You can read all  about the book sale in the  "Garage Sales" column of this  paper.  AUXILIARY  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Sechelt Branch, invites all  members and friends to their  regular monthly meeting on  Thursday, November 8 at 1:30  pm in St. Hilda's Church. This  meeting is to finalize the arrangements for the coming  bazaar, and we need your help.  Please note also that donations for the bazaar, mystery  gifts, jams, jellies and white  elephant items may he left at  Marlee Fashions or Bobby's  Shoes.  VARIETY SHOW  Nikki Weber's Teen Group  will be performing at Greenes-  court on Saturday, November  10 at 8 pm. The show will be  hosted   by   the   Semi-Tones.  Tickets are $5 and may be picked up at Books & Stuff in the  mall. Funds raised from the  show will go to the Cancer  WRITING CONTEST  I just know you've all got  cracking on your submission for  the Suncoast Writers' Forge  writing contest. The deadline  for submissions is January 31,  1991. Entry forms may be picked up at the local bookstores  and the Coast News office.  CONGRATULATIONS  Nathan has a baby sister.  Congratulations Dan and Kelly  Leis on the birth of your little ���  daughter. It was worth the wait,  wasn't it?  GARDEN CLUB  The next meeting of Sechelt  Garden Club will be on Wednesday, November 7 at 7:30 pm  in St. Hilda's. GiKSt speaker  will be Carol Rubin. Ms Rubin  is a well known authority on  organic gardening. Everyone is  welcome. The Garden Club  wants to say thank you to the  community for a very prosperous plant sale.  >  Town of  Gibsons  NOTICE  OF POLL  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of the  Town of Gibsons that a poll is necessary at the election now pending, and that the persons nominated as  candidates at the election, for whom votes will be  received for three year terms of office in each case,  are:  run mm run  Dixon, Gerald W.  Westport Apts.  Barber  LePage, Benoit J.  703 Hwy. 101  Apprentice  Politician  Small, T. Eric  512 Sargeant Rd.  Semi-retired  Banker  Sorko, A. Jane  976 Port Mellon  Business-  Hwy.  Woman  Bradshaw, Walter E.  623 Farnham Fid.  Retired  Haughton,  1047 Falrvlew Rd.  Custodian  M. Janine  Hawkins, H. Karl  672 Hlllcrest Rd.  Handyman  Huggins, Eric H.  SOS Sargeant Rd.  Retired  McNevin, John A.  412 Stewart Rd.  Steamfltter  McCaughan-  37 Marina PI.  Pros. BC-  Morrison,  Yukon Div.  Margaret M.  Can. Red  Cross  Steeves, Edward 0.  ens crunrn trii.ci  1864 W. Reed Rd.  rec   Retired  Cardinall, Shawn 300 Headlands Rd. Homemaker  Hopkins, Barbara       102S Cemetery Rd. Housewife  The advance poll will be opened at the Council Chamber  In the Municipal Hall at 474 South Fletclwr Road, on Fri-  day, November 9,1990, between th* houre of 840 a.m. and  SsOOfhin.  Tlie regular poll will be opened at the Marine Room (below  the Public Ubraiy) at 474 South Fletcher Road on Saturday, November 17,1990, between the houre of 8-30 am  and 840 p.m.  Dated at Gibsons, B.C. this ,29th day of October, 1980.  R. Lorraine Qoddard,  Returning Officer  ALDERMAN  for  District Municipality  of Sechelt  Common  Sense  Affordable  Government  VOTE  November 17th  j  WILSON, Robert F.   X  KIDS  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  MICKKY  and  Printed Fleece Pants  Sizes 6-14  885-5255 I  Aconvenation with Ray Smith, President and CEOofMacMiOan Bloedel  Mr. Smith, MacMilkn Bloedel  has been inviting public comment  and input on forest issues for some  time now. What are you hearing  from people?  Plenty. A lot of folks are  pretty worried out there.  They're concerned that we  won't have forests to meet  our needs in the future. I hear  diem telling us that they want  economic security, but not at the  expense of the environment  Unfortunately, many people are  being made to feel like they have to  choose between two evils -  destroying die environment or  economic ruin.  But it is really possible io have  Not to the same degree we've  been used to having it all, no. We  have to find balance among a whole  bunch of concerns, and that means  sacrifices, for the forest industry  and for the public as well.  Hie challenge is to do more with  what weVe got - to get creative  with options that allow our economic and environmental needs to  "It really  comes down  toaquestion  of balance."  and how we utilize this resource.  Our scientists and researchers  are finding ways to get  better yields by planting  superior seedlings and to  make sure our survival  rates stay well over 90  percent  We're also developing  ways to use different  species and grades of  timber for new products,  like our new engineered  wood made from fast-  Most people are concerned with  the way logging looks, the aesthetics. Because it takes around  seven years for a reforested  area to "green-up", it looks  ugly for a while.  We can't eliminate that scar  entirely, but we are paying  more attention to appearance,  trying smaller openings,  landscape logging techniques  and different road construction  techniques in areas that are  visually sensitive.  We're trying to accommodate the  public's concerns wherever we can  complement rather than conflict  with each other.  SohtrndoestnatapptytoOufomt  industry?  We have to keep looking at ourselves, at tow we teml the forests  growing aspen.  So yes, we're looking at all sorts  of methods to make  better use of what we  have and to make sure  we replenish it for the  future.  It's really a question of  balancing society's needs  for houses, newspapers,  books and packaging  with what the resource  can sustain.  But what about the  means you use to achieve  Out balance? How do you reconcile  people's criticisms and  concerns about harvesting mm^^mMiUtm.tmm  practices with what you     MaCMINall  feel you have to do to get  Ae job done?  to find a better balance.  Is that enough?  I don't have a pat answer for that  one. In fact no one has. That's why  we need to keep talking with the  public, listening to their concerns,  inviting their ideas and sharing our  views.  Rational solutions are possible,  if we all share that goal of finding  a balance.  Talk to us.  Calll-m-972-WOOD  Or write: MacMillan Bloedel,  Box 6300, Vancouver, B.C. V6B 4B5  Bloedel  lmi\  tmmmmtmt  mmmWm  .2*.  *���'������*   'V^ /*>.a1>a ���*.   -**^*l .��� Sktf.V**B*s*h*,'.-  ... ;.^_A.y: 5.10.  Coast News, Novemtw 5,1990  community news  SECHELT SENIORS  Fireworks display awesome  by Joyc* Oslry  This may seem like old  news���but how many of us  have watched the fireworks, for  years, that the Sechelt Indian  Band display on Hallowe'en?  Since I write this column I'm  going to say thank you Sechelt  Indian Government District for  the pleasure and awe I feel every  year as I see the fireworks. I'm  sure many others feel this way  loo.  I lien Berg phoned me and  her voice was alive wilh excite-  nicnl. She had received money  Irom displays placed at the  I'NE. Ellen has been showing  crafts ihere since 1972 and from  thai beginning, wilh ribbons as  a reward, lo 1975, when the  crafters were given com-  memorative spoons, to now being acknowledged wilh cash, are  many years of painstaking knit-  ling, sewing, crocheting and  gluing.  She entered nine items and  look nine ribbons this year.  Among the items shown were a  pineapple stitch poncho, a  recycled doll, a crocheted doll  and a small Babar elephant.  Congratulations Ellen!  We had a Pine dinner on  Saturday, October 27. The hall  was gaily decorated with  skeletons, hats and a pumpkin  that needed two people to carry  it. The only thing that marred  the evening was a goblin that  look over a breaker or two.  You've received your Senior  Lottery tickets in the mail, so  make out your cheque to  Sechelt Seniors' Association  Branch #69 and mail or bring it  to the hall.  Powell River hosts the  Regional Meeting at a luncheon  on November 14.  The bazaar is on November  17 from 11 am to 3 pm. We are  laking orders for Christmas  cake and carrot pudding. This  year we have a tool table and  fancy homemade gift boxers and  lots of other little surprises. We  get a few more items everyday  for the hamper and crafts.  Thank you to those who have  given us your talents. The group  really appreciates those who  donate.  Nikki Weber Presents will be  seen at the hall on November  18. Tickets are on sale at Talewind Books, Books and Stuff,  and from Nikki Weber at  885-9091 and Larry Grafton at  885-2759. We know it will be a  w ^^^  ROBERT HONEy  INTERIORS  Wallcoverings  Window Fashions  Custom Bedspreads  COME IN &. VISIT OUR  SHOWROOM  ' HOURS ARE 9 AM - 3 PM  TUES. - SAT.  885*4044  ��� Sii/ehflt Homo Centre Building  c-o  111  OUR NEW  5639 Wharf Rd.  In Tie  good concert because the 69ers  will be singing.  The potluck dinner on  November 24 will start at 5 pm  and the movie is Tkt EartMh*.  Please bring your own plates  and cutlery, a pot and its own  serving spoon and $ I for admission.  The events will start with dinner, the movie, a break for coffee and dessert and tlien the remainder of the movie. The raffle ticket draw will be that same  evening. The tickets are 50 cents  each or three for $1. Prizes are  an afghan, gingerbread house  and a leaded glass picture.  Christmas dinner tickets for  noon on December 13, are $10  each and there are a limited  number available. Phone  885-7792 for those tickets and at  the same time put in your KKr-  vation for New Year's Eve. We  have a 50 couple limit.  Don't forget our Branch 69  meeting on November IS. You  can take the opportunity then to  have a look at three floor plans  suggested for the new building.  Your ideas are always welcome.  The executive meeting is on  Tuesday, November 6 at 10 am.  SECHELT INDIAN  GOVERNMENT DISTRICT  ww  NOTICE  OF  ELECTION RESULTS  Notice la hereby given that the following persons have been duly elected aa  Advisory Councillors for the Sechelt Indian Government District.  AREA PERSON  Sechelt Band Lands #1 (Tsawcome) Alice Horaman  Sechelt Band Lands #2 (Sechelt) P����y A. Webb  Sechelt Band Lands #19 (Suahbin) Norma C. Lowe  Sechelt Band Lands #23 (Cokqueneeta) William R. Foater  Whole of the Sechelt Indian Government District Colin D. McKlnney  As all persona have been elected by acclamation no polls will bo held on  November 17,1990 for the Sechelt Indian Government District.  All persons were elected to 3 year terms beginning January 1,1991.  Dated at Sechelt, B.C. Harold L Flotelwr  November 1,1990 Returning Officer  COAST NEWS.��������""���.*��----------**-*"*---��*-*��**'������*��1**"  Photo ,      u 5x7   *9����  ���        .   ,        any published photo or your t4 _nn  KeprmtS     choice from the contact sheets    8x10 '1 Am  WAtie fa c<U'�� tM**#...  tkt,Uo0uUUfUof  M SALE  rMfors.  \$TO*AGtlAK_  IsmoSMNNtK.  .From at*? ta.  From*7**ea.  MM  Htff fNAMft CHMMJCMMK  UUWAK  SfifCTZDl  (KITCHEN  GRRNIVM  Cowrie St., Sechell  5-3611  Plus Many Other Items  ALSO: Featuring our own  London's Best Coffee  REG $7 45 *5.99  r. ����*JOM .pound pkg, only  5  M%^%X%��%%%X%TA%XT.%X*.T.T.*.%*.%xV  For Sechelt Council  RE-ELECT MIKE SHANKS  ��� 4'A Years Municipal Council  experience.  ��� Integrity  ��� Responsive to concerns  ��� Commitment lo community  ��� No axe to grind  ��� Nol sponsored by any  special interest group.  ��� For transportation Polling Day  phone 885-5981  SHANKS, Mike      [X  SALE  25% Off  Percale Bed Linens   the   DREAM SHOPPE  Baveide. Building, -Kchtle   HHI-IWi   Buy now for Christmas  ww i u-rn. towxhomes  ONLY 1 LOT  Corner North & Reed Roads, Gibsons  Youi; bm plMKntl* atuptiatd.  Loaded with Extras   ��� All Corner Units  ��� 5 Appliances  ��� 6' Jacuzzi Tubs  ��� Corner Stone Fireplace  ��� 2 Bedrooms  ��� Shake Roof  ��� Mini Blinds  ��� Heritage Doors  ��� Fully Landscaped  Sunshine Ridge  V  WlJ townhomes  ^^^^fW School Road (near North Rd.), Gibsons  nan a row hum  1620 sq. ft. ft Balcony   ��� Oak Cabinets      ��� Carport  ��� 1 Vi Bathrooms    ��� Mini Blinds  ��� Soaker Tub ��� Heritage Doors  Skylight     ��� Close to Schools & Shops  %L  Lisa Keller  8864680  Quality Davalopnwnta t>y  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION  A Division Of M6-4M0  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  ������   -  When you're buying a new home, there's an  important point to consider: resale value.  That's why you should be sure you're buying  a Quality Plus Home. In today's unpredictable  real estate market, it's difficult to know  where the market will be when you  might want to sell. With all the added  features of Quality Plus construction  your home has added value.  A Quality Plus Home may look  like any other, but there's a big  difference inside where you live.  The Quality Plus Home is  designed for today's lifestyles,  for people who are discriminating about workmanship,  energy efficiency and comfort  in their living space. "  Quality Plus is an  advanced system of design  and construction incorporating the latest  Power Smart advances in heating, clean  air ventilation, and insulation. That  means you enjoy a clean, quiet, more  comfortable home environment in  a house with lower ongoing  maintenance costs.  When you're looking for a  new home, insist on one with  a Quality Plus Certificate. It's  the sign of another Power  Smart idea from B.C. Hydro.  What all  the best addressed  new homes are  wearing this year.  Builders currently building  Quality Plua Homes are:  A.W. Peters & Associates  Scarborough Beach  Bowen Island, B.C. 685-4873  Puchalski Construction  1615 Clover Road  Gibsons, B.C. 885-9208  BC hydro GS  !"<**��*< CANADIANHOMEBUHDERS'  ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  inpartnenkipwitk:  BC Gas ��� New Home Warranty Program of B.C. and the Yukon ��� West Kootenay Power ��� National R-2000 Program  -������������--��� -- Coast News, Novembers, 1990  11.  Coast News, November 5,1990  13.  HARBOUR WATCH  Welcome to Jacalyn  This Egmont youngster Isn't at all sure how friendly to lie with  this realistic puppet. -ni.ir Percy photo  EGMONT NEWS   by Jacalyn Vincent, ggjjMj  Bring my first column, 1  would like to thank Myrtle  Winchester for the great show  of support, and wish her the  very best in the future. I would  also like to thank the Coast  News staff for the welcoming  arms.  As a community column,  please keep in mind that not all  events will be published all Ihe  time. We will do our best  though! If 1 am not available,  please leave a message. I will be  sure to gel it.  REMEMBRANCE DAY  Remembrance Day is a day  of remembering all the loved  ones and friends who honourably gave their lives and time  for our country. Sunday,  November 11, al 10:30 am will  be Ihe line up time for the  parade at the Legion. The  parade to the cenotaph will start  at 10:45 am. The public,  members and guests are all  welcome. Wear a poppy lo  show that you remember.  Thrift store can help  by Dixie Percy, 883-9206  It's time to start getting bamboozled by Christmas advertising so let me begin by reminding  you that December 25 is only  seven weeks away. To help you  out with your Christmas shopping, the Egmont Thrift Store  will be open Saturday afternoons, from 1 pm to 3-ish,  beginning November 10 until  Christmas. If you have any baking you would like to sell, or  items to sell on consignment,  bring them in. This is in addition to the regular Wednesday  openings so now you can find  bargains galore, twice a week!  Just about all of Egmont,  save an unfortunate few, made  it out to the pot-luck dinner and  dance last Saturday night. Over  100 people turned up for the  dinner and all of the 150 tickets  were sold for the dance afterwards.  There were lots of great  costumes and it was a very enjoyable night for everyone. On  Hallowe'en night there were  fireworks and festivities for all  the little trick-or-trcaters.  Thanks to all the helping hands  who made it possible for the  whole town to have fun.  Egmonsters shivered and  groped their way through the  First power failure of the season,  last Monday. Pow�� was out  from around 1:30 pm until 6 or  7 pm after a tree fell on a power  line near Ruby Lake.  It seems to me that we're in  for a long, cold winter. Already  we've had more than our fair  share of nasty weather. The  wind just doesn't quit and the  rain is turning all the creeks into  raging beasts. The power  failures don't affect us at our  house, but we've sure lost our  water for a while.  Putter Dave spent a long  night with a broken wrist and an  even longer trip to St. Mary's  Hospital but he's back  recuperating now and accepting  autographs on his new cast.  Hope it mends soon.  Don't forget, the ladies of the  Jxanozi.    Joining -Lounge ��r Cafe  AT THE PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  HOURS:  FRI. & SAT. NIGHT  MON.-FRI.     6:30am- 10pm  PRIME RIB  SAT.-SUN.          8am-10pm  Plus Additional Specials  Licenced Dining Lounge  Salad for All Weekend  Join us jot a goutmet  meat in tne dining lounge  ot a htzattu btezakfast & lunch in the cafe.  For Reservations Call: 883-9330  Egmont Community Club are  holding a tea this Wednesday,  November 7, at 1:30 pm. Admission is $1.50 and any donations for the baking table would  be appreciated. Also, if you  have any favourite recipes,  especially Christmas ones, that  you would like to swap, bring  them along too. See you there.  CREDIT UNION NEWS  This wejek will be the beeginn-  ing of the Pender Harbour  Credit Union's new business  hours. As posted, they are open  Tuesdays to Thursdays, 10 am  to 5 pm, Fridays 10 am lo 6 pm,  and Saturdays 10 am to 2 pm.  They will be closed all Mondays  and Saturday, November 10,  for ihe Remembrance Day  weekend. Applications are now  available for Mastercard Debit  and Cue cards.  ELECTION TIME  On November 10, al 3 pm at  the Pender Harbour Community Hall, there will be an All  Candidates meeting sponsored  by the Pender Harbour and Egmont Chamber of Commerce.  Area A Director, Gordon  Wilson, and Joe Harrison will  be speaking and answering  questions from the audience.  Also, iwo local candidates,  Lynne Munro and Shirley Hall,  are looking for re-election as  School Trustees. November 17  will be voting day.  HANDSHAKES  This year's fireworks went  off wilh a bang. Along with  about 400 people, $2500 worth  of fireworks, free hoi dogs and  soft drinks. All was enjoyed.  Handshakes this week go out to  our local fire department for  their continuous volunteering.  Every year gets better.  SHUT IN'S  Norman Curran is resting at  Si. Mary's. They'll be no more  heel tapping for Lil Baharrcll,  who is bedridden at Lions Gate  Hospital with a broken hip. We  hope they both get well soon!  jCSSSSSSSS  *[rvines  landing  Marine <pub  Due to the request o/ our laeal patrons we are  NOW  OPEN FOR LUNCH   PUB   Wed., Thurs., Fri. ��� 12 hdo'n - 11 pm  Sat. &. Sun. ��� 11 am - 11 pm  ,     Closed Monday &. Tuesday  -KITCHEN  Wed., Thurs., Fri. ��� 12 noon ��� 8 pm  Sat. &. Sun. ��� 11 am - 10 pm  Closed Monday & Tuesday  DARTS every Wednesday starting Nov. 7th  Telephone: 883-1145  ^^^���k%.%^^*v^^*ik*��mv^-*^^^^^^^^'"'-^  TRAVELLING?  For people travelling East,  there are winter road conditions  postefd for the Hope-Princeton  and   Coquihalla   Highways.  By the way, you can still get  gas in Hope for 60.9 cents a  litre.  Six moose caught in the Interior are in the freezers of six  local boys. Good hunting!  CORRECTION  The Fishermen's Homecom  ing is on November 17, not 19  as displayed on Cable 11 an-  nouncemenis. The Baiting Hour  is 6:30 pm, dinner at 7:30 pm.  Tickets are $20 each and  fishermen can pick them up  November 1 through 8 al the  IGA from 12 noon to 1 pm  weekdays, and Saturday, 11 am  to 4 pm. They go on sale for the  general public after November  8.  Until next week���be good lo  yourself.  The Fishermen's Homecom-     yourself.  Pender group seeks  to set up recycling  A   orrM.r,  i-et'  P<.,,H<-r   Heirhneer "If     ,e...r<>     la     nnl.  A group of Pender Harbour  residents who wanl to set up a  recycling project in the Pender  Harbour area has formed under  the leadership of Ratepayer  President Joe Harrison.  The group, which hopes to  have its project in operation by  the end of the year, has held two  meetings and is calling for interested volunteers to come forward and help.  Harrison says Pender Harbour is the last major cenlre on  the Sunshine Coast without  some form of local recycling  services and there has been a  growing demand for some  facility similar to that operated  by the Shop Easy in Sechelt or  the SCRAP project in Gibsons.  He first approached the Regional District, which has the  gargage disposal function in  Area A, but was told it had no  plans to become involved in  recycling.  If there is going to be  anything done in the short term  it looks like it will have to lx  done by volunteers at the community level" Harrison says,  but adds he would like to see the  Regional District contribute to  set-up costs as it has done in  Sechell and Gibsons.  "The main problem is to find  a location for the depot," says  Harrison. "It would also work  best with a full-time attendant  but that may not be possible at  first. The idea is to begin with  minimal recycling of glass, tins,  and paper and expand as we go  along." Interested residents are  asked to phone Harrison at  883-9958.  Can youi  to tha  P.H. Lions JMKttM?  Call Dick Hunsche, M3-2334  MARGARET  MORRISON  seeks your vote for  ALDERMAN  Gibsons Municipal Election  Saturday, November 17  ��� President, B.C./Yukon Div��� Canadian Red Cross Society  ��� Former University Administrator & Professor ot Business Law  ��� 5 years experience as Alderman, Peachland Council (1985-1990)  ��� Held Portfolio of Municipal Liability, Risk Management, Labour Relations. ]  ��� Published a book explaining the B.C. Municipal Act (19891  Sees important issues for 1991 as:  Property taxation ��� need to broaden tax base.  Waler ��� need to improve water system management.  Services ��� improvements required on road maintenance, weed control  etc.  Operational structure oi council and stall ��� need to distinguish  between governance and management  Development ��� long and short term planning imperative.  Co-operation ��� between all jurisdictions on Coast.  Public input ��� Council making use of expertise <X experience oi Gibsons'  citizenry.  MORRISON, Margaret M.  (McCaughan - Morrison)  X  SHOPPING  jxenmar \Dr  lentnar '^Urapenes  S, NEEIHEt RAIT SUPPLIES  B83-2274  vjyml Building  '"'    supplies  883-9551  HOME/.1U.  BUILDING CENTRE  M MARINA  PHARMACY  883-2888  J  PENDER HIRBOUR  HAS IT ULI  Oak Trie Market  Open 7 daya a week  10 am ��� 8 pm  finttn .Wrueer \  Marina *  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 Pee ��� a 'leek  All I .lee >..... Peexle.ni  883-2253  NURSERY  COMPLETE  GARDEN  CENTRE __3< 5  OWN 7 DAYS * WHr"^*---*^  9:30 am - 6:00 pm M3-9183~  ���\\     Check  mW   Our Flyer  FOODLINER  MARINE SERVICES  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  Movent to Garden lay  Marine Services  7*  fte.h   w~,....i...,,.,  L  Garden Bay  Hotel  Peel) WaeorTroeu Hoaeaeerane. Mexeraeee, Air  CleirUrt, Kmheeefl eJT.ar.aree  Hike Haeeeals  8*3-1674 Pub  aaa-Mia n.it.urant  Pender Harbour  Restaurant  Canadian & Chinese Cuisine  883-2413  HAIRDRESSERS  PENDKK HARBOUR  GOLF COURSE  Vliltors Welcome  r\ M. 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JONES  Lawyer  883-9525  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  SUPPORT  YOUR  FRIENDS &  NEIGHBOURS  Pender Harbour  Realty Ltd.  883-9525  FAX 883-9524  Sec halt  SHOE REPAIR  Pender Harbour drop oft:  The Paper Mill  C1MIM HAHDWAM  hardware  heeuacev.rca  tackle  paint  888-9914  Madeira Marina  883-2266  REFLECTIONS  WmEW  Hair Studio  For appointment call 113-2545  The Sunshine  COAST NEWS  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  (HafclAAAtftfctMft*!  iitJmAlmmmmm 14.  Coast News, November 5,1990  Plethora of Sechelt candidates  H. DONALD CAMERON  "Some of the back-biting,  argumentative stuff (that hap-  pe��ns) on council doesn't go  anywhere ��� nothing gets done  if you spend all your time doing  ihis sort of thing."  Aldermanic candidate H.  Donald 'Cam' Cameron  pledges to change this kind of  behaviour should he be elected  on Novembw 17.  He is also a strong supporter  of Sechelt acquiring or building  some kind of municipal complex. "I was in favour of Block  Seven," Cameron noted, "And  I still feel that facilities are needed, regardless of where they go.  Municipal Hall should, I  believe, be the heart of the city,  not tucked away in a corner."  The semi-retired sign  manufacturer and World War  II veteran believe he has  "...skills to work co-operatively  and make a positive contribution to Ihe incoming council,"  would like to see a swimming  facility in Setchelt and feels the  community "...will have to address the matter of policing,  which may become an additional cost."  ���One project Mr. Cameron  sees as not only desirable from  the standpoint of Sechelt area  residents, but also as a possible  tourist attraction, involves the  conslruction of a "...full scale  Ashing pier in the Trail Avenue  area. Il would be a magnet for  many people, especially senior  citizens. I'd also like to see the  foreshore park (at Davis Bay)  developed. Picnic tables. A few  trees for shade. Make it a nice  place to spend the afternoon.  The revilalization of the  (Setchelt) downtown core is of  importance to Cameron.  "When the highway is  redirected along Teredo,  everyone will bypass 'downtown' and just whiz on through.  We need to dress up Cowrie  Street. There are some pretty  shabby buildings on the street."  ROBERT GRAHAM  "Sewers are going to be the  big thing (in Sechelt) in two or  three years", avows Alderman  Robert Graham, "A lol of decisions have to be made." If reelected, Graham expats to be  deeply involved in the process.  As Chairman of the Operations and Engineering Committee, Graham's pronouncements  in the area of sewers and roads  carry a certain special weight,  but Graham's public interests  are "...quite wide-ranging."  "I was all for increasing bylaw enforcement", he told the  Coasl News. "Vandalism, littering, and noise abatement are  growing concerns in Sechelt.  Parking as well. We have a half-  DOUGREID  Alderman Doug Reid, who  proved to be something of a  thorn in the side of Block Seven  proponents, told the Coast  News that one of his top  priorities, if reelected, would be  to push for a new and different  municipal complex.  "We don't have a council  chamber", said Reid, "It's an  unfortunate situation. The  chamber should be large enough  for town hall metetings. And I  see this new complex being sited  on Block Seven."  Reid's idea involves dividing  Block Seven virtually in half,  with the East Side to be  developed commercially. "Store  front commercial", said the  alderman during an interview  with the Coast News, "On the  West Side we put the RCMP,  court house, government offices, and the municipal complex���library, archives, council  chambers, town hall."  According to Reid, making  Block Seven revenue-producing  ("As I've called for all along")  except for the municipal complex is the only approach to take  which makes sense.  Reid is the chairman of the  downtown Revilalization Committee and says that he is  "...anxious to bring this project  to fruition."  He also counts among his top  three priorities the question of  the Creekside and Lynnwood  sewer systems.  Asked which candidate  would make the best mayor,  Reid replied that "I make no  secret about the fact that I signed Ms MacLarty's nomination  papers.  DON ROSE  "We do need better (municipal) facilities. We can't put a  council in a shed! It doesn't  have to be a 10 million dollar  building either. But we need a  new municipal facility, there's  no doubt."  First-time candidate for  Sechelt Alderman, Don Rose,  has strong opinions and expresses them forcefully.  The Vancouver native moved  to Sechelt two years ago, after  laking early retirement from his  management position in a national brewing conglomerate.  "I have plenty of free time to  devote to the task ahead,"  noted Rose, "In April I was  elected to the Board of Trustees  for the Sechelt Fire Protection  District. In fact, I spent 10 years  as District Fire Chief on the  West Van Volunteers.  "Sechelt is a very desirable  PEGGVWAGNER  "I would like development to  come about slowly," says aldermanic candidate Peggy Wagner.  "Very slowly and very carefully. Development can be controlled."  After moving to Sechelt from  Ontario two and a half years  ago, Ms Wagner almost immediately volunteered for the  .position of secretary with the  S<tchelt Marsh Protective Society, and is now also the Treasurer of the Tetrahedron  Alliance.  "Environmental issues are  important to me", she said in a  recent Cout News interview.  Fiscally, Ms Wagner calls for  responsible spending of the taxpayers' money. "This is ��sen-  tial! So I will welcome suggestions as to what the voters of  S<tchelt believe are the important issues facing us in the coming years."  "Our roads must be maintained", the candidate declared,  "But while we are keeping them  up-to-date we should also be  working on pedestrian and bicycle paths. This is a safe, healthy  recreation for citizens of all  ages���both for residents and  visitors alike."  ARTHUR WHISTLER  "Vm supporting Nancy  MacLarty for mayor," aldermanic candidate Arthur H.  Whistler told the Coast News in  the course of a pre-election in-  teMew.  ["I f.eel she does a thorough  job of analyzing things,"  Whistl.tr continued. As to the  other candidates running  ,iinst Ms MacLarty, the  fired mechanical engineer had  to say: "Stan (Dixon) is  nning for higher goals in the  c, not a good thing to my  d. Lagasse (Roger) seems to  think we should isolate  ourselves from the world and be  self-sufficient, not practical.  And Weils (David) may be a  clone of the mayor. And he's  got a short temper. He gets up  and snaps off at things."  Whistler's main goal if  elected will Ik "...short and  long-term planning, with alternatives, cost estimates, and  priorities that will provide  maintenance and orderly  growth of services within the  fiscal capabilities of the community."  Whistler wants to improve  the relations between the public  and the Sechelt Council. "My  involvement with the Concerned Citizens organization has  shown me the ncetd for open  type of forums for people to be  provided with an opportunity to  discuss their concerns."  The candidate said he will  also seek to improve cooperation between council and  the SCRD as well as with the  Sechelt Indian Band.  ROBERT WILSON  Running on a platform that  he boils down to "Common  Sense and Affordable Government," Alderman Robert  Wilson is also running on his  record.  Elected in 1987, Wilson has  served as Public Works Chairman, two years as director on  the SCRD Board (as representative of the Municipality of  Sechell), and Chairman of the  Planning Committee.  "Block Seven caused me concern", notes Wilson, "when  estimated costs suggested they  would obviously create a  burden for most Sechelt lax-  payers. I felt that sewers, water,  sidewalks, and roads were of  higher priority."  Sidewalks, in fact, are very  important to Wilson, particularly one he'd like to see  built from Davis Bay to Setchelt.  "I walk to town from Selma  Park in 25 minutes", Wilson  confided to the Coasl News, "I  even do it in the rain with my  dog���who doesn't seem to  mind."  A vigorous man .boasting a  prodigious energy, Wilson is  already involved with a number  of on-going projects which he  would like to see completed, including the Davis Bay Sewer  System, the golf course completion and opening, the East Porpoise Bay Road Reconstruction,  and the Master Plan for Davis  Bay/Mission Point Park.  time guy and his presence has  helpetd. But we tieii a full-time  enforcement officer"  Graham strongly ebelieves that  the District needs a new  Municipal Hall and library. "I  will pursue all means to have  these facilities in place at a  reasonable cost to the  taxpayer", promises the alderman.  Communication between  public officials and their constituents is an area which Graham  feels "...has to be improved. It  was suggested that a periodic  public meeting be held to 'test  the waters', bul Ihis was never  carried out."  Finally, Bob Graham has  something to say about financial and administrative responsibility in Setchelt. "This-(issue)  involve looking closely at all  aspects of running the Corporation of Ihe District of Sechelt.  "In this regard the last council hired a consultant to give the  town a blueprint for running the  town in the most efficient way.  Most of his (George Cuff's)  recommendations have been  implemented."  JOYCE KOLIBAS  "I still run for the same land  of 'things'���if that is a ftur  statement", Alderman (and  Citizen of the Year) Joyce  Kolibas told ihe Coast News.  "I like the smallness of the  area", she noted, perhaps  thinking back for a moment to  when she was Mayor of  Sechelt���and Sechelt consisted  of some 800 souls.  "I know we cannot stop people (from) purchasing property  any more than we can prevent  real estate people from selling  it���and making a living���but  small is nice. And slow is even  better."  Kolibas had a few strong  words to say about the issue of  tourism: "I have always belietv-  ed", she said candidly, "that  the business dollar should, pay  for tourism. Thety benefit from  tourism���if they play their  cards right���but all the resident  gets is .perhaps a friendly smile  as the tourist takes the last parking spot."  Kolibas smiled and added  "Seriously, though the tourists  are something we cannot and do  not want to ignore, if we nuke  the place nice for ourselves they  will come again."  "It is unrealistic", the soft-  spoken alderman asserted, "to  hope that taxes and the cost of  running the administration will  go down. Some things do not go  down. The municipal staff feel  they have to be on a par with  other (organizations) in the  same marketplace, but I really  feel that the reason we get so  many out-of-town applications  is that there is not the pressure  of work here as there is in plaots  like Maple Ridge and Richmond.  %  ���,-V'  fmm  1P^  i  .  W*"���"  'I'  m-    '  '1'  ll.  'U'.'JtV.'  ....... ^La  X  area to live in, and population  increases are inevitable," Rose  told the Coast News during a recent interview. "Bearing this in  mind, we must remember that  our senior citizens, and other?)  who are on fixed incomes'; can?"  not afford large tax increases  every year.  "What is needed," said Rose,  "is a forward plan on all  development including roads,  sewers, and water services,  spreading it out to lessen the tax  burden."  If elected, Mr. Rose promises  that "My door will always be  open. I will be happy to be your  messenger to council and I will  endeavour to do my best to take  Sechelt into the nineties."  MICHAEL SHANKS  Alderman Mike Shanks is,  with four and one half years of  aldermanic service under his  belt, the member of the Sechelt  Council with the second-longest  term in office. (Only Joyce  Kolibas has served continuously  for a longer period.)  Shanks has lived in Sechelt  since 1975, and jokes about how  the rest of his family, including  his brother Malcolm (Setchelt  Administrator), all emigrated  from Victoria to the Sunshine  Coast "...as a result of my promoting the area."  Mike Shanks singled out  planning as one of the top  priorities facing the District of  Sechelt���and the new Mayor  and Council.  "Where our development is  going is a crucial question",  Shanks told the Coast News,  "Our planning has to account  for and involve various types of  development, most notable industrial and commercial."  "The only way to reduce the  burden on residential  taxpayers", Shanks asserted,  "is to allow for and attract  clean industry and compatible  commercial development which  will broaden our tax base.  Otherwise, residential taxes will  skyrocket."  Shanks also made mention of  the issue of Development Permit Areas. "The town neteds  more���and further���control  over the type of development  which takes place on any of our  commercial property, if only  for the sake of aesthetics. We  must have more say in what is  to be built so that our (local)  character and integrity is maintained."  Asked if he would care to endorse a mayoral candidate,  Alderman Shanks said "Having  worked with Alderman Wells  over the past two years, and  having seen him in a variety of  situations, 1 strongly support  him in his mayoral campaign."  School District No. 46  (Sunshine Coast)  Notice of PoU - 1990  Public notice is given to the electors of School District No. 46 (Sunshine  Coast) Rural Areas 1 and 2 (comprising Regional areas A, B, D, E, F, and  the Sechelt Indian Band) that a poll is necessary for the election of  Trustees, as noted below, at the election now pending, and that persons  nominated as candidates at the election for whom votes will be received  are:  Rural Area 1 (Regional Areas A & B)  - one (1) to be elected for a three year term  Term  Surname  Hall, Shirley  Munro, Lynne  Office  Trustee  Trustee  of Office  3 Years  3 Years  Occupation  Retired Teacher  Housewife  Residence  Egmont, B.C.  Warnock Rd.,  Madeira Park  Polls for the above will be held at:  Egmont Community School  Pender Harbour Auto Court  Garden Bay  Pender Harbour Music School  (Madeira Park Ranger Station)  Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  Rural Area 2 (Regional Areas D,E,F, and Sechelt Indian Band Office)  - three (3) to be elected for a three year term  Term  Surname  Office  of Office  Occupation  Residence  Berinstein,  Mariette  Trustee  3 Years  Homemaker  Beach Ave.  Roberts Creek  Chapman,  Donna Lynn  Trustee  3 Years  Homemaker  Henderson Rd.  Roberts Creek  Horvath,  Joseph  Trustee  3 Years  Retired  Port Mellon  Highway  Joe, Lenora  Trustee  3 Years  Student  Bayview, Sechelt  Knaus, Jakob  Stuart, Patricia  Wilson, Judith  Margaret  Trustee  Trustee  Trustee  3 Years  3 Years  3 Years  Retired  Managing  Director  Housewife  Business Person  Wilson Creek  McCullough Rd.  Grandview Rd.,  Gibsons  Langdale  Polls for the above will be held at:  Sechelt Indian Band Office  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Cedar Grove Elementary School  Langdale Elementary School  The polls will be opened at 8:00 a.m. on the 17th day of November  1990, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., of which every  person Is hereby required to take notice and govern themselves accordingly.  ADVANCE POLL  An advance poll for both Rural Areas 1 and 2 (Regional Areas A, B, D, E, F, and the  Sechelt Indian Band) will be held in the Regional Board office, 5477 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt, B.C. on Wednesday, the 7th day of November, 1990, between the hours of  11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.  Dated at Gibsons this 29th day of October 1990.  Joan B. Rigby  Returning Officer.  "���'���"���.tit'in::  . at -a-ax -e *  .-,.-����a 3 _va  M Coast News, November 5,1990 15.  :  The Sunshine  Second Section  Killam challenge delay  Ken Collins said not in conflict  Some of the many faces of Hallowe'en.  ���Ann Cook pholo  The court due of Novembw  6, set to hetar developer Hayden  Killam's challenge of the Town  of Gibsons' Setptember 25 resolution defeating the Gospel-  Rock rezoning by-law and the  Official Community Plan amendment by-law, is unofficially  postponed. Instead, Coundl is  preeparing a statement to be  presented at this week's council  meeting.  "A statement is being  prepared by one number of  council which will either be acceptable to all or will be amended until it is," Clerk Administrator Lorraine Goddard  told the Coast News. She was  not prepare to say who that  number was^.  Goddard could not confirm  the court date postponement at  press time, but said she thought  Killam's lawyer, Mike Welsh,  was unable to attend this particular case on Noveymber 6  which was the reason for the  change of date.  Council met in camera after  the October 30 Committee-of-  the-Whole meeting to discuss  Killam's legal challenge. Alder  man Ken Collins, who had  pteviously ban excluded from  participating in discussions or  any council actions on Gospel  Rock due to a perceived conflict  of interest, is now including  himself in the proceedings  because, he says, he is no longer  working for Killam and so there  is no conflict.  When   questioned   by   the  Coast News prior to last week's  in camera meeting on whether  or not the rest of council felt  Collins was no longer in conflict, Mayor Diane Strom  .answered: "It is up to the individual to decide. It is their duty to leave the table if they feel  they're in a conflict of interest."  Alderman Collins has stated  he has never considered himself  in conflict although he admits  he was employed by Killam  throughout die summer and into September of this year.  According to Goddard, the  municipal lawyers have stated  Collins is not legally in conflict  because he is no longer working  for Killam.  "The town lawyers have  stated that he is not in conflict,"  Strom later told the Coast  News. "That's all I can go  with."  ;S>  WANTED  ' I ' he best quality of life which  ���***  benefits our environment and  the needs of all our citizens, young  and old.  f  V 4k  DAVID WELLS  for MAYOR of SECHELT  X  New park  proposed  by Rose Nicholson  A letter from Drew McKee  has promptetd the Foreshore  Advisory Task Force (FATF) to  look into the possibility of  creating a new marine park on  the shore of Sechelt Creek near  the head of Salmon Inlet.  McKee and his family have  for a few years made the etstuary  at the creek mouth a destination  point for thdr summer boating  expeditions.  In his letter to Sheane Reid of  the Regional District Planning  Department, McKee said that  the large grassy area at the creek  mouth is an ideal camping spot  with a waterfall and pools a  short distance inland. He urged  that the area be reserved for  park use.  Reid told FATF members  that the area was at one time a  logging camp but it is unclear  who owns the property now. It  has been designated W99  (critical for conservation and  recreation) in the .Sechelt Inlet  Coastal Strategy plan, but could  possibly be assigned park status.  District Forester Barry  Mountain cautioned about  developing a park on an estuary  that might be subject to  flooding.  "We've run into trouble with  that kind of situation before,"  he said. "Things like picnic  tablts and sanitary facilities can  get washed out in spring  freshets."  Mountain suggested that a  subcommittee be struck to study  the proposal and report on  upland and foreshore use.  FATF member Trevor Kirby  volunteered to be the chairman  of such a group that would include Drew McKee, FATF  member Barb Jackson and  representatives from the  Ministries of Forests, Crown  Lands, Fisheries .and the Environment.  HOME    ��� PERSONAL ACCIDENT    ��� COLLECTIBLE CAR    ��� RECREATIONAL VEHICLE  Sunshine Coast,  you've got a  friend with pull  BCAA Insurance Corporation welcomes  Suncoast Agencies Ltd.  as an authorized sales representative.  The Bodhi Tree  Graphic Design .Studio  ��� Logos ��� .letterheads  ��� Direct Mail ���  ��� Financial Report* ���  Theatre * Dance Promotion  ��� Restaurant Menus ��� Etc.  886-9760 ��b��u, ac  ���/TT.111-.  ������  You're probably familiar with BCAA's reliable  Emergency Road Service, but do you also know  BCAA offers a range of quality insurance  products designed just for our members?  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The unique  'wearable art' clothing is created by Linda Molloy and sold exclusively on the Coast at the Molloy's shop, as well as at selected  shops and fashion events in BC, Alberta and the US.  ���Row Mcbolion pholo  CONCERT#  Sunshine Choristers  in  Winter Wonderland  St. Heidi's Church Hall, Sechelt  Nm.JHmatTfm  Tickets $1M Tak-wind Books  Books and ftuff  kehn B85-4405  Lois 885-9710  Scttf, One  fa One /W  McCALL'S  PATTERNS  November 5 to November 17  1 0 /O   Off all plain  Interlocks 6 Fleece  10 ^ off Flannelettes  November 5 to Novemeber 10  CHECK OUR 30% OFF TABLE  \W  Seutf,  Trail Bay Cenlre, Sechell  885-2725  SYLVIA  Make the Sylvia part  of your Vancouver adventure...  Single from $47    Double from $55  Featuring "Sylvia's Restaurant & Bistro"  ...Overlooking Vancouver's English Bay  On the Beach at 1154 Gilford 681*9321  ^^EO^^JFE  L-LOG  East along the Yellowhead  by Peter Trower  The Nass River runs along  the northwest edge of the Tsaex  Lava Beeds. Across its tumbling  waters lies the Nishka village of  Canyon City. The settlement  has no road access and can only  be reached by foot across an  unusually long suspension  bridge. The townspeople are  compelled to park their civs and  trucks on the southern bank.  We cross the swaying bridge  and take a brief look around.  The village appears to be of  fairly recent origin. Most of the  buildings look new. Canyon  City received some unwelcome '  publicity a few years back when  a former Salvation Army minister was convicted of sexual  transgressions there, and jailed.  The village seems to have  weathered the storm of notoriety.  Driving etast, we check out  another Nishka village nanwd  Ayanch. Native tradition is obviously very much alive here.  The settlement bouts a long-  house with a striking totemic  facade and a series of individual  lodges for the different clans.  It has started to rain heavily  flow and we have a long drive  back. We retrace our route  through the lava fields and head  for the barn.  The rough Terrace back  roads have taken their toll on  the Honda. Apart from being  mud-bespattered, the car has a  punctured tire���ostensibly from  a sharp rock. The next day, we  limp into town and get this attended to. Then we head south  in search of a mysterious community designated on the map  as Old Remo. It turns out to be  nothing but a collection of  farms with no stores or town  centre as such���pretty enough  but essentially a sort of non-  place. We decide to strike out  for Kitselas Canyon, narrowest  point on the Skeena and site of  a legetndary Indian fort.  Kitselas Canyon and its access trail lie on Indian Reserve  property. We pick up permits at  the local Band Office and set  out. A mile or so east of Terrace, we find what seems to be  the right trail, park the car and  start to hike. The path seems to  be very little used but we push  on anyhow. After an hour, with  the way .growing progressively  brushier and no indication that  we are getting .anywhere near a  river, it becomes obvious that  we are on the wrong track. The  trail forks and both branches  ptrt.tr out. Ruefully, we plod  back to the highway.  Closer to Terrace, we spot  what must be the right trail. Its  entrance is almost invisible  when approached from the  other direction. But it is getting  too late in the aftetrnoon to attempt it now. We are compelled  to put the Kitselas expedition on  hold until another day.  The long-range weather  report that night is not encouraging but clear skies are  promised for tomorrow. We  decide to take advantage of the  clement conditions and make  our farthest foray north.  Again we head east along the  Yellowhead���but for a much  greater distance. Evratualty, we  teach the old Nishga village of  Kitwanga where the northern  highway commences and turn  up it. Several miles above Kitwanga lies another small settlement called Kitwancool. Here  we .pick up a passenger, a 14  year old Native kid who is hitching all the way to Good Hope  ���Lake, over 600 miles north���much further than we are  going.  Beyond Kitwancool, the  country is devoid of settlements  for many miles. It has been extensively logged and ragged  brown acres of devastation  stretch away forlornly on either  side of the highway. After a  couple of hours, we arrive at the  unpretentious outpost of  Meziadan Junction, a barely-  there place consisting of a hotel,  a trailer cafe, a gas station and a  small army of trucks. Our route  liM wetst from here. We bid our  young passenger goodbye and  look the Stewart turnoff.  To be continued...  At The Arts Centre  Auditions for A Child's  Christmas In Wales will be held  at the Arts Centre on November  9 at 7:30 pm. This seasonal  favourite by Dylan Thomas will  be performed once only at a  Christmas party at the Arts  Centre on December 14.  No acting experience is  necessary; there are no age  restrictions; and lines don't  have to be memorized���so  don't be shy!  Note: There will be no Cold  Reading in November or  December due to the production  of this event.  JURIED SHOW  Showing until Novetmbw 25,  the Arts -Centre's 12th Annual  Juried Exhibition consists of 26  pieces selected from among 97  etntries by 43 local artists. Not  surprisingly, the works are  mostly paintings, with a strong  showing by the watercolourists,  but silkscreen and linocut  prints, wood carving and wood  turning, collage, photography,  stoneware and drawing media  are also represented^  The show can be seen, from  11 to 4, Wednesday to Saturday, 1 to 4 Sunday at Trail and  Medusa in Sechelt.  WEEKEND BY THE SEA  Registration fee $250.00     if  Includes f.eeed, acceemmeedotlcen tHeVaje^  FRBE meditation tape. $75 Nieee  rvfundahic depoeeft required.  Nov. 16/17 67 18th  Interne Meditation  with Peter Morris  at Rockwood Centre in  Beautiful Sechelt, B.C.  \  For further lnlb  pleeue call KaUwna  at 885-4883 - Sechelr.  : LECTURE:  Peter Morris Talks About  MEDITATION  IT'S SIMPLICITY - IT'S POWER -  Meditation's use as a control of our ever/day lives,  health and welfare and it's EXTREMES)  Wed., November 14 at 7:30 pm, Rockwood Centre  TICKETS $10 at the door.  Tlu.sc attending vecrlcshcep may discount entrance fee.  GRAND OPENING  Now....  "Leave your cares at home  ��� with us".  Go on your vacation or  business trip and let us look  after your home, pets, and  plants.  Please call us to find out the  many other services we offer.  SHARON RUMIIA  885-2228  Bonded ��� Licenced ��� Insured  20% DISCOUNT for any  contract over $100.  Month of Noveenta only.  Custom Home - watch  International  Branches Coast to Coast   -**-  t^**sC��?~a~-?s-rs:'i.---:  .��>r, ir.T.r^ssj Coast News, November 5,1990  17.  Channel 11 this week  Tuesday, November 6  6:15 PM  CABLE CONNECTIONS  It's the news once again from  the television broadcasting  students at Elphinstone Secondary.  6:30 PM  BCIT MAGAZINE  .Local netws and information  from the broadcasting students  at BCIT.  7:00 PM  SUNSHINE COAST 2020  PLANNING  FOR OUR FUTURE  Judy Skogstad hosts this program that offers some guide-  Ones for the new local governments regarding planning for  the future on the Sunshine  Coast.  Guests include Sandy Mc-  Bride, Eric Cardinal, Harold  Fletcher and Linda Williams.  All attended the 2020 forum on  October 20.  1:00 PM  SUNSHINE COAST 2020  PART 2  Dr. Fred Knelman has a  background in environmental  issues that focus on sustainability and energy conservation. Dr.  Knelman was the guest speaker  at the 2020 forum on October  20 at the Sechdt Indian Band  Hall. Coast Cable 11 presents  coverage of his speech.  Potters  meeting  The Coast Potters Guild has  its monthly general meeting on  Monday, November 5 at 7:30  pm in Gibsons. For information  call 886-3556.  New books  New books just received at  the Gibsons and District Public  Library include: Four Past .Midnight by Stephen King; Harvest  by Belva Plain; The WIM Hue  Yonder by Audrey Thomas;  and Broken Wing by Stewart  Dickson (of Gibsons).  In non-fiction we have: The  Bush Plots by J.A. Foster;  Webster! An Autobiography by  Jack Webster; Writing In The  Rain by Howard White; and  The Story of the .Sechelt Nation  by Lestw Peterson.  S  Cacfo  4itrrob  will l>e closed  Nov. 11, 12 & 13  for  Remembrance Day  Holidays  885-4962  Ma - lit. IS Teredo Square SKtiall  EXTRAS  IMPORTS  Silver Jewellery  Watches  Batik Clothing  V Wooden Masks  eflk^flr Guatemala  @|��&     Handbag  n  s  Betide Seecoait Living,  Sechelt, B.C.  eWon.-Sat., 10-5              885-64M  * GIBSONS  (LEGION  Branch IIW  Members and Guests Welcome  Peter  London  M5PM  CABLE CONNECTIONS  See 6:15 PM  Thursday, November S  6 JO PM Live  CABLE CONNECTIONS  All the important netws on a  local scale  from the broadcasting students at Elphinstone.  6:45 PM  DRINKING, DRUGS,  DECISIONS  'Be Part of the Solution' -one  in a series of programs from  Rogers Cable Vancouver.  7:15 PM  PARLIAMENTARY  TALKBACK - Live Phone-in  MP Ray Skelly joins host  Harold Fletcher in the studio  for an informative community  television. Viewers are invitetd to  call in during the show with  questions and comments.  1:00 PM  SENIOR CITIZENS  Branch 69 Christmas Bazaar  -Joyce Ostry, Cathy Miller and  John Miller join us in the studio  to talk about plans for this  year's bazaar.  8:20 PM  DRIFTWOOD PLAYERS  The first performance in the  Women's Institute Hall since its  return to the community. Tune  in to find out about 'living  together' the second play in the  Norman Conquest trilogy by  English playwrite Alan  Ayckbourn.  8:30 PM  CANDIDATES  SCHOOL BOARD  Four   areas   are   electing  trustees for the school board on  November 17. Coast Cable 11  has invited all the candidates to  give a two minute campaign  speech to our viewers. Tune in  to see who is running for school  board in your area.  9:00 PM  CABLE CONNECTIONS  See 6:30 PM  9:15 PM  CANDIDATES  SECHELT MAYOR AND  COUNCIL  Candidates for mayor and  aldermen in the District of  S<echelt offer their two minute  campaign speeches for voters in  their area.  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281    Artist June Imanse has created a picloral history of the forces of World War II in sand blasted  glass panels totalling 34 feet long by two and one half feet high. -kmi Sheridan pheu,,  Hundreds enjoy choirfest  by Ruth Forrester  The West Setchelt Elementary  School gym was alive and bouncing wilh hundreds of children  who were participating in the  1990 Choirfest on Thursday,  November 1.  There were choir workshops  throughout the day, with the  climax being the performance  for a full hall of family and  friends in the evening.  The program opened with the  Sechelt   Elementary   School  Choir under the direction of  Mrs. Karen Tigert and accompanied by Karen Stcffanson for  two songs, Glory of Love and  The Sky's the Limit.  Madeira Park Elementary  School Choir sang We Are The  Young and Chocolate directed  by Janice Brunson. This choir  has only been in existence since  September and the little ones  did very well.  A choir comprising children  from age eight to 16 from the  whole district rendered Heaven  ly Airplane and Flying Free accompanied by Mrs. Skipsey.  This was followed by the  West Sechelt Elementary School  Choir wilh Follow and I Have a  Dream.  To wind up the program, the  massed choir, comprising well  over 100 children, gave a lively  performance of Drunken Sailor  and Song for a Russian Child.  The large number who attended had a most enjoyable  evening.  PAID AUVtKtlSEMEM  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  Toodt  oi ike Cowl  One of my favourite things to do is take a long hike on a crisp October day  when the leaves are making their last defiant, flamboyant statement of the year. A  hike to the Skookumchuck fit the bill exactly, but by the time we got back, we  were ravenous.  The obvious solution was to stop al the Backeddy Pub in Egmont to replace all  those caloric we had so ambitiously burned up.  The Backeddy Skookumburgers have to be seen to be believed. I've never seen  any bigger, you have to have a truly ambitious appetite just to think about them.  But our walk had made us equal to the task, if task is the correct word.  Of course it is absolute pleasure and satisfaction to tackle such a task.  Skookumburgers are loaded with an incredible variety of extras, and the tender  hamburger patties are done to perfection.  My friend, who had burned up as many calorics as 1 had, took the opportunity  to indulge in one of her favourites ��� deep fried oysters that were served with fat  homemade French frws and onion rings.  Marine traffic on the water outside the Backeddy doesn't stop when the summer boaters go home. The tugs and camp boats and an occasional plane that lakes  off into Ihe mist are a reminder that much of the life of BC revolves around the  water, all year long.  What a pleasure to sit warm and cosy inside and watch it all through the big  windows.  For anyone who wants to get in touch with the BC that exists away from the  glitter of the cities, I heartily recommend an outing to the Backeddy, and, if you're  ambitious and energetic, a walk to the Skookumchuck Is a great prelude.  I INE DINING  FAMILY DINING  eS- For djnncn only.  My Hawed. Wednesday to Sunday,  5pm to 9pm. edoMd for lunch. Closed  fromSeeptember 3to 11.  For reservations phone Laurie or  Htather. HMMT.  Creek Hoow - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We leave tack of  lamb, duck, crab, dams, scallops, steaks,  alio daily spedals. Reservation recom  mended. Robots Oeek Road and Beach  Avenue - 815-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondavi A Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 stats.  The Whtrf - Open for breakfast,  lunch nd dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean vim and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and,  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from  II am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and air-  conditioned. Dinner reservations recom-  mended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  IM IS        MM  OUT.  En* * Gwea's Drive In- Take  out, or eMvtry. flat, dinners, sale**.  butters, chicken, desserts, drinks, te  Ihe Terrace at BomUrtrook with  an ocean panorama. The Terrace at Bonniebrook, located on the waterfront at  Oower Point, offers superb Wot Coast  cuisine in a picturesque and rdaxini lodge  eWtim. For those seeking finer dining and  a higher standaid of service we offer fresh  local BC food, openly prepared and  presented in a varied menu of appetims,  enltuea and desserts for lunch and dinner.  Mow Oower Point ro^ to Ocean Beach  Eipkanade. Dinner 5:30-9:30. Sunday  Bnnch 10-2. Croup reservations only for  Break** * Lunch. CLOSED WED-  NESDAY, THURSDAY. Reservations  raoouvMndcd. Busbm groupi A reoep-  tkxu welcome. Visa, M/C 886-2188.  tale awry nighl  8S6-TB13.  Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  Andy's Reslauranl Lunch and dinner specials every day. Monday Night  Buffet: 5-9. Every Wednesday night is  Prime Rib Nighl. House specialties include veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza. Thai food,'and lots of *��W  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch  Buffet every Sunday from llam-3 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open 11-9,  Sun. & Mon., 11-10 Tues.-Sat.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared with the freshest  ingredients - both healthful and delicious.  Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out terders  for the beach and cappucino are  available. The Coast's bistro...as unique  as ihe Coast itself. Mon. - Sat.  9am-5pm.Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechell. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  tout Club Cafe- Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast and lunch.  Fresh is the order of Ihe day for aU of our  menu items. Big burgers, pasta dishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and  a variety eef daily features. An adull environment wilh I uiitjx'au Hair, which offers dining at reasonable prices. Open  from 5 am tlaily. Join us for eveekend  brunch. 5519 Wharf Ave., Sechek,  885.9344. Visa and Mastercard accepted -  ���eating for 60.  Frances' Dining Lounge - Join us  for family dining al Frances' Dining  Lounge at Ihe Pender Harteour Hold on  Highway 101. The atmosphere is comfortable, the staff warm and friendly, and  the menu excellent. We are open Monday  to Friday 6:30 am to 10 pm and Saturday  and Seinday 8 am lo 10 pm. Friday and  Saturday are Prime Rib nites; look for  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the beautiful  waterfront view (eagles and hummingbirds are a common sight) from the  Backeddy Marine Pub. Enjoy the tieck as  wdl as the separate family dining area,  both with a relaxing atmospliere. Bring  your appeiite for our home-style  Skookumburger or our great fish & chips.  Dinner is served from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30  p.m. Located Ve mile north of Egmont  on Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub ���  Greal food every day all day. Appetizers  and ful menu along with terrific daily  specials, available till 9 pm evety night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thurs. open "uTl  other great sjeecials on Sunday. Enjoy a  view of the harbour and remember thai  private parties can be arranged. Call  883-9330.  The Omega Pina, Steak And  Lobster Home - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time at-  mosphere, the Omega is a people-  waicher's paradise. Cast membets of The  Beachcombers can usually be found din-  ing here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet fadlities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gitesons  ���Landing at 1538 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am -10  pm, Fri and Sal 11:30 am - 10:30 pm  Seats 145.  The Parthenon Greek Tavema  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Sechdt. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 days a week - Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am ��� 10 pm and Fri. &  Sat., II am - 11 pm. We are open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from II am > 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. We alsei  have take-out * pizza, ribs, pasta, Oteek  food and much more! 885-1995 a  885-2833. Kalhcrina - Hostess.  Pronto's Rntaurants Two kecaiion.  to serve you. Both serve an txicnsive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne.  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees indude garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four about $15-520. Located at  Wharf Rd., Sechdt, 885-1919; and on  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical Clinic, Gibsons, 88MI38.  midnight, Fri. A Sat. open 'till I am  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 88M171.  Irvine's Landing Marine Pub  Excellent lunches, dinners and appetizers I  served in a friendly and casual waterfront I  pub setting overkmlting the mouth of I  Pender Harbour. Prime rib every Satur- I  day. Free moorage available for boaters I  visiting with us. We're located at the end I  of Irvine's Landing Road. Our hours are [  llam-llpm Saturday and Sunday, 3pm-  I lpm Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.  Clotted Monday and Tuesday. Kilchen I  open until 10pm on these days. Call  883-1145. 18. Coast News, November 5,1990  On the rocks  An unlikely slam dunk ��� and even more unlikely slam dunker! ���  bat expect the unexpected when the Harlem .Crowns come to  town, which they did last week for a hoop show ��� and a hoop  'showdown' against Sechelt's own Chatelech Eaglets.  ���Kent Sheridan photo  LIFE FELLOWSHIP  CENTRE  New Testament Church  SS36 Whirl Rd., Sechell  Sun. Worship Service     10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer        6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New IMt Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten ��� Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal, David Cliff  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glasslord Road 11:15 am  SundaySchool 11:15 am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 886-2333  CHRISTIAN LIFE  ASSEMBLY  (Formtrly Glbaona Paeettcoslal Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Office 886-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Afflliatesd 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 information, please call:  685-2606 or 665.3666  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 888-2811  Sunday School  Worship Service  9:30 am  11:00 am  Cal Mclver, Pastor  "The Bible tt It Is...  lor People es they 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  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  LIVING FAITH  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road 8. Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Pastor  Sunday Church School 9:30 am  SundayWorshlp 11:00am  Come Grow With Us!  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish ol  SI. Aldan & St. Bartholomew  UNITY CHURCH  Inner Power Group 7pm Tues.  Sunday Service 11am Sundays  Study Group 10am Sunday  (The Laws ol Love)  1793 Lower Rd., Roberts Creek  Call 686.9194 (for inlormation)  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday  Bible Sludy 7:30 In homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Pasler  885-7488 Oflice 8854707  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF CANADA  St. Hilda's Sechelt  8:00 am ��� 9:30 am.  St. Andrews ��� Pender Harbour  11:30 am  Rev. June Maffln  Rev. Dan Giflord  885-5019  "W. tatml. warm wtteoeeet to iff"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  8:45 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family Sechelt  11:30 am St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st 13rd Sat. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's, Gibsons  665-9526  Volunteers much appreciated  by Harry Tamer  There was a lot of volunteer  work that went into the club  over the summer. The dub  would like to thank those who  came out to help with the Flea  Market, the CBC eparty, the  other events, and the completion of the storeroom.  Have you noticed the new  bullseyes on the side of the  building. They are there thanks  lo Ed Hill and crew. Soon we  hope to have a centre line beet-  ween them and a new sign  painted on the side of the  building.  The men's bonspiel is the  next scheduled event at the club.  It takes place November 16, 17  and 18. If you haven't signed up  your team yet, the sign-up sheet  is on the board. I know everyone will have a good time  because if any group knows  how to have fun at a party, it is  the curlers.  We have so many good  events each year and we have an  excellent volunteer network that  puts in so much effort to allow  the curlers to have a good time.  We thank you for your efforts and encourage you to  come out to help with the men's  spiel. It is so good to see club  members helping out other club  members and even the volunteers get a lot of laughter and  good fun.  We have space for a team or  two on the Wednesday and Friday evening mixed leagues. If  you are interested in curling,  call the club at 886-7512, Gary  Flumerfelt, our president, at  886-9656, or Joy Hill. They will  be more than pleased to place  you on a team. Join us and see  how much fun the club can be.  We are still getting the season  underway so there is lots of time  to get into the swing of things.  By now, the ladies will have  started their Wednesday Afternoon league. This is a fun  league with a lot of fun events  planned throughout the season.  The ladies are always looking  for beginners to join them so if  you are interested in some midweek exercise phone Joy Hill at  886-3925 or Carol Kurucz, the  ladies president at 886-2666.  The seniors league is also  underway on Tuesdays and  Fridays. Anyone interested in  joining them can phone the club  or come up to the club on Tuesday or Friday from 1 to 3 pm.  We encourage newcomers to  the community to drop by and  see us in action. The club is  open every evening, Tuesday to  Friday. Come on by, it is a good  opportunity to meet your  neighbours.  Men's hockey results  by Mark Benson  Roberts Crwk .Legion posted  its first win of the young season  with an 8-3 triumph over the  Gilligan's Pub Flyers last week  in Men's Hockey.  Big Al Gradisek and Bob  Gower each scored a pair of  goals to lead the Crwk attack.  Brian McAlister, Weepee Peers,  Cory Lamarsh, and Neil  Weston also scored for Roberts  Creek.  Dan Ruznak, Jason  Sawchuck and Billy Stockwell  replied for Gilligan's.  The Buccaneers surprised the  second place Hawks 6-3. Dave  Shindle with a pair, Chris  Strong, Jerry Mercer, Randy  Marleau, and Kerry Baker all  scored goals for the up-and-  coming Bucs.  Jordan Belrose, Darren  Petula, and Ian Dixon scored  the Hawk goals.  First place Wakefield Pub  beat the Gibsons Kings 5-2.  Rory Walker, Kelly Cousins,  Tom Poulton, Dave Crosby,  and Teddy Bracket netted goals  for Wakefield.  Brian Loyst txintributed a  pair of goals for the Kings in a  losing cause.  This week's games  Wednesday, November 7,  7:30   pm���Creek   vs   Kings;  Thursday, November 8, 7:30  pm���Buccaneers vs Gilligan's;  Friday, November 9, 7:30  pm���Hawks vs .Kings; (Saturday, November 10, 7:15  pm���Wakefield vs Creek;  9:15pm���Buccaneers vs Hawks.  'NICE FEELING'  Helping Others  ^Mft   By Shopping  r  THRIFTY'S  Help Tha  GIBSONS  888-2488 or Box 598  TJOV 7-21  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  MINISTRY OF PARKS  PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE  Sargeant Bay Provincial Park  Master Plan  THURSDAY,  NOVEMBER 8,1990  Rockwood Centre  3-5511 Shorncliffe, Sechelt  3 pm to 9 pm  B.C. Parks invites all interested persons to drop  in, view the Sargeant Bay Draft Master Plan and  talk with the Park's managers and planners.  Copies of the draft plan may be viewed at the  Government Agent's Office (Mon.-Fri., 8:30 to  4:30), or the Sechelt Library (call for hours), prior  to the Open House. Copies can also be obtained  by phoning B.C. Parks at 898-3678.  ���ff*V*|^    Hon. Ivan Messmer  Minister of Parks  ;-|^jjti^I^^^L:^-nn' ��,*ja.aA*-^*J,��**. m,*.*>��.Z.~a'-Z11>l>��^~-l>l>l-J-��.".s>*>m<.*^^^~ & spares  Coast News, November 5,1990  19  Rugby woes  CLASSIC  LtcLmt*  mmWa\\*999  GtaHtadMr  mam  TUESOAV COFFEE:  UcePtWk  xanm  9��� rial  as-tn  SWINGERS:  Doiotky Haeiaoei  2&A,ASA  RtnWMIt  25MS7  Bdv.H.uki  138-718  Jim Gilchrist  262-686  GIBSONS ���A':  BirteCWstte  247455  In De-ombe*  239-709  LnentOmMc  263458  PHtCjenJatr  235-669  GurGOo  235-672  RobCorfctt  273489  SLOUGH-OFFS:  litittRoMluff  270434  IrtmHwty  256436  BALL �� CHAIN:  JweMOlitalliffiern  255414  Pane l.eimsdtet  2S9436  Nlvra Zlmnwmuii  244436  SwwMtfi��  250457  ChcfcLunHdM  235451  Grant GUI  22M63  PHUNTASTIQUE:  BoMiieMcHcffey  284458  DeutflwHeimNid  279474  RobCorittl  255460  NIGHT OWLS:  Bet�� Kieebv  239468  SECHEIT GAS:  Joyce Scon  236482  Andyl'sllc  217420  YBC PEEWEES:  Jennifer Harrison  118-225  KkUoheeMon  129-221  BANTAMS:  JensfcaSangstaf  177-423  MirkHlion  154433  JUNIOR:  Jennifer eMcHedry  164469  Danielle Rantls  161472  KalhraHeemWrd  172-519  Kifclofl Roedke-Todd  207-554  SENIORS:  JnonRnck  219433  eNdCavk  218435  Ikbbk Davidson  257498  Boys in blue blew it!  by  Gibsons Pigs put up a stoic fight  list Saturday, but suffered defeat  against Vancouver's Meralomas  ���Ken! Sheridan pholo  'Wholly Doodle' sports fans,  have we ever got a resilient  bunch of fellows on the Coast.  After seven full weeks of  rugby action, the Boys in Blue  have yet to (unfortunately)  come up with a victory. This is  not to say that they are playing  bad rugby, but just having to  learn a sport from scratch, also  against players with all the  schooling under their athletic  supports.  The last couple of weeks are  indicative of this situation: October 6 vs Capilanos.  Here is a good example of a  club absolutely exploding with  bodies, having raised substantial funds and putting them to  use by means of a new field  complex and enlargement of  clubhouse facilities. This club is  getting regular practise turnouts  of close to 100. Ouch!  (Something to follow, eh ?  Fellows!) You've got to know  there are plenty of experienceed  ruggers in those numbers.  On to the match: As was  passed on to myself through  'Many Tacldes' Larnder, it was  a tremendously overpowering  advantage that the Black Men  had. Outweighing the Pigs per  man made it a struggle to access  the ball cleanly and in abundance for our boys. This was a  bone bruising affair. Capilanos  48, Pigs 3.  October 27 vs Meralomas.  Here again is a club long in  history and swelling with participation. After the game, in  conversation with on of the  older opposition, his question  really describees the 90/91 version of the Pigs. Question:  "Whwe are all the recognizable  faces?" In response "wimper-  ing at home". No, just kidding.  Boat, Mel, Grant and all the  others.  In this game it was majorly  evident that conditioning was  an item to be taken seriously on  our side. Even though their side  was heavier and thought to be  less mobile, with knowledge and  desire they took command of  the game.  Not to discourage the locals,  the Orange and Black do have  their primary grades behind  them. We still have some  elementary (Mmm dear Watson) lessons to learn. Trying as  hard as you may, experience  usually wins out in the end.  Meralomas 42, Pigs 6.  Not wishing to end on a sour  note, the newest amalgamation  of Pigs do have an honest core  of regulars and a real com-  raderie is showing through. This  and some hard work will even  tually pay off.  Heads are nol hung low in  defeat, but high in (relief?).  Spirit of the game!  Times together are tieing enjoyed by all. Ardou 'Boomer'  Mackenzie is our mosl zealous  Pig. Corks and all he's laking  the plunge.  Final note: Practises are  Tuesday ai Chatelech 5:45 lo  7:45; Thursday at Elphinstone  5:45 to 7:45. Any informalion  needed call Slu or Eric at  886-8833, John al 886-3384 or  any other club member . The  Lights are coming, Ya! See you  at the next home game  November 10 vs Trojans.  OINK! OINK!  DREAM  What'i your dream? Do you want to  pay off your mortgage? Retire in  luiury? Buy a cottage at the lake?  Whatever your dream may be, it  probably costi money. How do you  realize your goal? The first step ii to  ���tart laving, by paying yourself first.  We can show you how to do it - and how  to make your savings grow. Call us  today.  Your resident Investors Planning Team  J N W (Jim) BUDD Sr  Investors  Group  PROriTFROH OUR EXPERIENCE  885-3397  DEBORAH MEAL1A  (485-4011  .1 H (Jim) BUDDJt  885-4011  Gibsons  [��| Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 for further Information  Monday & Widniidiy  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Parent & Tot  Noon Swim  Lessons  Swim Club  Lengths  Only/Masters  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:30-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-7:30  7:30-8:30  8:30-10:00  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Seniors Swim  Noon Swim  Swim Club  Public  Underwater  Hockey  Fridays  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:00-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-5:30  5:30-7:30  7:30  Tundiy i Thursday  Seniors Fitness     10:00-11:00  Seniors Swim  Adpt. Aquatics  Lessons  Adull Lessons  Public  11:00-12:00  2:30-3:30  3:30-5:30  5:30-6:00  6:00-8:00  Saturdays  Public 2:30-5:00  Public 7:00-8:30  SwimClub 12:00-1:00  Family  Public  Sundays:  1:30-3:30  3:30-5:00  Admission Charges  Child  Teen  Adull  Senior  Family  Rentals  Fitness  Lessons  S1.7S  2.00  2.50  2.00  6.00  55.00  10.00  25.00  45.00  MOO  22.50  MSB.  LESSON SCHEDULE  StlllM  1) Sept. 17 - Oct. 22  2)W.2I-0M.,3  3) Jin. 7-Fib.7  4)M>..*��,4tar.21  5) Apr. 15 ��� May 16  6) Mly 1 - July 12  7) July 15 - July 26  Pool Closures:  Dec. 24 - 26  Dec. 31 - Jan. 2  July 27 - Sept. 9  * Over Ihe holidays  we mil  have  some  special  holiday swims.  Publication ol this schedule sponsored by]  SUNCOAST  MOTORS  L  T  D  &(&>  1117 Sunshine Coasl Hwy.    ..��  00*10  Gibsons- near Prall    OOO'O/lv)  USED CAR SPECIALS  M CHEV CELEBRITY  Burgundy in & out    loaded'8495  ���1 CHEV CELEBRITY  AT. 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As with  Super Roof I���, a 50-year non-  prorated warranty is also supplied!  SELECTED HOMES WANTED NOW.  FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY  *(1ST FIVE HOMES WILL DEAL DIRECTLY WITH MANUFACTURER)  CALL ALLEN WAYNE, V.P.  flffltt**  m  t.V  \o  a*��  Pmf  INTERNATIONAL EXTERIORS (B.C.) LTD.  SERVING BRITISH COLUMBIA SINCE 1969  *r Coast News, November 5,1990  First gonoral mooting  Tetrahedron Alliance attracts fifty  by Joel  Francis Md EHsabeth Konopasek, who have been roster parents  to nearly SOO children, were honoured along with the SO other  foster parents on Ihe Coast, at an appreciation dinner lasl week at  the Wharf Restaurant. -Rce�� Nkhoboee phone  HALFMOON BAY HAPPENINGS   &  by Ruth Fon-atcr, MS-2418  There were some weird and  wonderful costumes at the  Welcome Beach Community  Hallowe'en dinner and dance  last weekend, the most outstanding being the real witch who  appeared on the scene. Despite  (he fact that she was no bnuty,  she was a good witch, giving out  candiess and dancing with the  energy that only those from  another planet can endure.  Music was provided by our  own local DJ Bill Vorlet who  also ably handled the task of  emcee.  The ladies of the association  provided a delicious dinner. In  all, it was a great evening and  those present thoroughly enjoyed themselves.  A reminder for those of you  who enjoy a game of cards and  an afternoon of socializing with  friends and neighbours. The second and fourth Fridays of each  month are the days for whist or  any other card games. The hall  : recently received a table sized  crib board for the enjoyment of  all you crib players. The first  and third Fridays are for the  bridge players who always enjoy  I their afternoons at the hall.  Time is 1 pm.  ' BOOK FAIR  '    The Halfmoon Bay School is  , having its annual Book Fair  starting November 5 and continuing till November 16. lt is  from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm each  S��day.  Thejbjjpgrjricb had a great  morning's skate at the arena on  Hallowe'en day while the little  ones, all in great costume, had  a day of fun and got a big kick  out of the fact that their  teachers were good sports and  dressed up for the occasion too.  If there are any parents out  thetre who are interested in out  of school care, they should call  885-3739 for information.  TEENS TO PERFORM  For those of you who missed  the last Teen Show put on by  Nikki Weber, there is an opportunity to rectify the situation.  This Saturday, November 10,  the .Semi-Tones will be hosting  an evening of variety, with all  young performers, at Greene  Court Hall starting at 8 pm.  This is always a really  refreshing evening of entertainment given by some very fine  young artists whose enthusiasm  is quite contagious. You will  leave the hall feeling good and  know too that, by attending,  you have also helped out with  some fundraising for our local  Cancer Society.  While on the subject of vtirie-  ty shows, the next Nikki show is  on November 17 at the Seniors  Hall. Better get tickets early for  this one, these popular shows  get sold out very quickly.  AUXILIARY  The Halfmoon Bay branch of  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary's  regular monthly meeting will be  next Monday, November 12, at  10 am at Welcome Beach Com-  njunity Hall.  The first official general  meeting of the Tetraheedron  Alliance attracted just over 50  of the environmental organization's 1000 plus members.  But those who showed up for  the November 1 gathering made  the difference as far as the core  group executive was concerned.  "I would have liked to have  more people," core group  member George Smith said  later, "but for the middle of the  week it wasn't bad at all."  Smith and the informal executive called the meeting as a  means of introducing themselves to their growing organization, to update and educate  members���some of whom have  never been to the  Tetrahedron���and get a vote of  confidence for the Alliance's  statement of principles.       :'m  Core member Phil Makow  said "The executive ntxded to  get assurance and approval  from its membership that it  wasn't acting in its own  interest."  A three-point statement of  principles was approved, citing  the establishment of "a low impact wildernws recreation area  and proteded watershed" on  approximately 5000 hectares of  a thousand year old ecosystem  containing cedar, hemlock, and  other high elevation trees and  plant life, Alliance members  believe cannot be replaced.  "They have a right to do  what they feel is right," said  Gerry, a forestry worker who  briefly interrupted the executive  introductions and later spoke  outside to a few members. "But  an area set aside for logging is  an area set aside for logging."  Gerry, who wouldn't give his  full name, stressed that workers  like himself have just as much  need to make a living from the  Tetrahedron as others who  would have it for their own purposes.  Most   Alliance   members  agree, but many, like organizer  Brad Benson, don't believe the  forest region is being managed  on a sustainable use level for  workers or environmentalists.    2  Alliance member and Sun-  1*  shine Coast Regional Director  Jerry Frith appears to reecognize  the dual points of view, but told  the gathering "The logging industry feels they have twenty  years, but by their own report  they only have a short way to go  before they have to stop for  hydrological regeneration or it  won't be a wilderness area."  Regulations require that logging companies log only an  average of 30 per cent of old  growth timber in a given area at  one time, then stop to allow  natural regeneration.  Frith says that point has  almost been reached around  Chapman and Gray Creeks,  and the Batchelor Lake area is  not far behind.  The whole area is presently  the subject of a Local Resource  Use Plan (LRUP) study by the  Forestry, and logging in the  area by Canfor and lnterfor,  (the companies involved) has  b>*en put on hold until recommendations brought forward by  the LRUP study are presented  to the Ministry of Forests.  The SCRD strategy, according to Frith, is to go after  preservation of the area with an  argument .based on watershed  management for the Sunshine  Coast.  The strategy of the Alliance,  in the meantime, will be to actively lobby local and regional  government and committees.  Alliance core membetr Dan  Bauman, a forestry consultant  who stresses that the credibility  of the Alliance must be maintained with factual information,  says "My opinion is we are not  justified to take any form of  civil disobedience as long as we  have a public forum to bring  our concerns to. Should we eend  up in the wastebasket, then we  can take other steps.".  Alliance organizer George  Smith said there are no concrete  plans to set a date for another  general meeting.  Health Clinics  DAVIS BAY NEWS & VIEWS  Sing along with Harmony  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek  Community Association monthly meeting will be held on  Tuesday, November 13 at 7:30  pm. Come and listen to, and  sing along with Harmony (Reg,  DR. 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CHURCH BAZAAR  St. John's United Church  Bazaar to be held on Saturday,  November 17,10 am to 1 pm at  the new church on Simpkins  Road in Davis Bay. There will  be home baking, crafts, calendars, new-to-you, children's  table, plants, books and  records. Entrance fee: Adults  $1.50, Children 50 cents (includes two muffins and  beverage).  FLEA MARKET  Ttte Sunshine Slimmers will  be holding their second Craft  Sale and Flea Market on Saturday, December 1, from 9 am to  Noon at the Wilson Creek Hall.  There will also be a raffle with  prizes of a hamper, turkey and  towels. There are still tables  available, call Joan at 885-2098  if you are interested.  POPPIES  Rememberance Day is coming up on November 11. Support the Legion and buy a poppy. The money raised stays on  the Coast.  BOOK FAIR  Davis Bay Elementary School  Book Fair will be held Monday  to Wednesday, November 5 to  7, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.  Child Health Clinks. Coast-  Garibaldi Health Unit, 494  South Fletcher Road, Gibsons;  Sechelt Health Centre, 5571 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt (across from  the Post Office).  Child Health Clinics will be  held in Gibsons on November 6,  13,20 and 27. Extra child health  clinics are scheduled in Gibsons  on Monday, November 19 and  26 from 4:30 to 5:30 pm for  parents who find the regularly  scheduled times inconvenient.  Phone 886-8131 to book appointments.  Sechelt Child Health Clinics  will be held on Wednesdays,  November 7,14,21 and 28. Extra child health clinic in Sechelt  is scheduled on Monday, November 19 from 3:30 to 5:45 pm,  phone 885-5164. Pender Harbour Clinics will be on  November 1,8,15 and 29 from  12:30 to 2 pm, phone 883-2764.  Tuberculin Skin Testing &  Travellers' Clinic will be held on  Mondays from 3 to 4 pm,  November 5,19 and 26, and  Travellers' Clinic only from 3 to  4 pm on Thursdays November  1,8,15 and 29 in the Gibsons  Health Unit. In Sechelt the date  is Monday, November 5,19 and  26 from 3:30 to 5:45 pm at the  Sechelt Health Centre. The  Pender Harbour Travellers'  Clinic can be arranged upon request  Please make appointments  ftV clinics in Gibsons  (88&I31), Sechelt (885-5164)  and Pender Harbour  (883-2764).  Influenza Clinics��� Held in  Sechelt from 11 am to 12 noon  on November 5 and 10, 11:30  am on November 13. For influenza shots in Gibsons, phone  886-8131 to make an appointment.  STD (Sexually Transmitted  Disease) CLINIC will be held  Wednesday November 7 and 21  at the Coast-Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 South Fletcher Road,  Gibsons, from 4 to 4:30 pm and  in the Sechelt Health Centre on  November 5 from 3:30 to 5:45  pm.  Prenatal Classes. The next  Early Class is on November 6  from 7 to 9 pm and will be held  at the Coast-Garibaldi Health  Unit in Gibsons.  The next Late Classes will be  on November 20,27 and  December 4 from 7 to 9 pm and  held at the Coast-Garibaldi  Health Unit in Gibsons.  Above Late Classes are  taught by Wendy Burlin, RN.,  Jeanette McBain, RN., and Sue  Lehman, RN. To register for  the Early and Late Classes  phone the Health Unit at  8864131.  The next Post Partum Class  is scheduled for Dece-mber 11 at  the Gibsons Health Unit from 7  to 9 pm. To register call  Jeanette McBain at 885-7777.  Single and Pregnant? Phone  the Health Unit 8864131.  The next Hospilal Tour will  be on November 28. Please  phone St. Mary's Hospital switchboard to arrange for a tour.  (885-2224)  There Is no fee for any of these  servfces.  uvmropiY joj n *ao|| sdji d��oa  'PfjOM uMop episdn ud sjj  ROAD  CLOSURE  I On November 6th & 7th, 1990 between 9:30 a.m. and I  13:00 p.m., B.C. Hydro will require a road closure onl  I the Port Mellon Highway between Langdale Ferry I  Terminal and Marine Drive, Gibsons. Traffic control |  | will be in place during this period.  W.G.K. Turner  District Manager  I've  prepared  for the  GST.  Haveyou?  Now Is  the time to  register.  Are you ready for the proposed GST? If not, now is the  time to register and prepare.  Registration applies to anyone  involved in a commercial enterprise. This includes fishing,  farming, professional services  and many activities carried out  by non-profit organizations.  Revenue Canada is ready to  assist you with information on:  s How to register and the  benefits of doing so  s What the GST means to  your operation  a Simplified accounting  options and administrative  procedures  s Rebates of the Federal  Sales Tax  b How to recover GST on  business purchases  b GST return and filing options  Contact us today.  Phone:  1800561-6990  Telecommunications device  lor the hearing impaired:  1100 465-5770  Or drop by the   ���  Revenue Canada Excise  Office nearest you,  Monday to Friday,  9.00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Canada's (MT. Ufa good bualnaaa to prapara now.  1*1!  CanadS  .--���I.-.  ..����...��A.  I,..t-J  mtm^mm^. . rfT.  ti-if V/a  Coast News, November 5,1990  25.  CCOAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^  Homes J.  Property  Better than new, 6 monlh, 1850  sq.lt. split level. 3 bdrm. hone.  Landscaping jusi completed.  Bright family kilchen. Close to  school In West Sechelt.  SI45.0O0. Call alter 3 pm.  885-2556. #47  2 bdrm. Langdale. Large lot.  886-9290. #45  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  - IN PENDER HARBOUR -  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  - IN HALFMOON BAY -  B&J Store 8859435  - IN SECHELT -  Tha Coast Naws2  (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 -  I  i,          ,, The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 888-2622  DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  ANDERSON REALTY  CATALOOUK  56e9f Cowrie St.. Box 1219  Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  885-3211  AX 885-2899  Van. Toll Free 614-1011  K  BM �� Karen PNMejM an the friendly facet at WHun  Creek Compground, ��� Friendly Pmotsks Piece where  they'll help you (IK out your datilfMl  Homes S.  Property  5.1 acres $59,000 close lo terry,  1000' mad Irontage, Hydro  886-9049. #46st  Pender Harbour vim lot. serviced  to border, uncleared. $29,900.  270-2958/883-9095.       #47sr  60'x120' lot. Total privacy with  ctiek view. Located Creekside  Crescent. Gibsons. 885-7618.  eW6  $71,900 price substancially  reduced Halfmoon Bay 1200 sq.  It. 3 twdroom randier with hall  basement and private cozy back  yard. New foundation, plumbing  and electrical updated. New  cedar siding and vinyl sundeck  Newly palmed inside and out. Im-  ed. poss Call owner 946-7855.  #46  OPEN HOUSE 1454 OtvMsM Rd.  Langdale-Nov. 11.2-4pm, 1148  sq. It. 3-4 bedroom immaculate  lamlly home. Must be seen to appreciate the condilion. finish and  location. Priced to sell! $129,900  with good poss. date. Jim Munro  will be your lust Gibsons Realty  Ltd. 886-2277. #45  4.7 acres, smaller house guesl  cottage, workshop, studio,  warehouse, wood and garden  sheds, privacy plus. By owner  886-3084 eves. #45  Semi-waterfront lot by owner.  65x130. serviced, very nice area,  good fishing, 3 km to village,  $35.000.885-2544.        #48sr  Unique 3 bdrm. 3 bath home,  spectacular view, approx. 2500  sq. It. 883-9418-988-4310.  #47sr  Modern 2 bdrm. home on  acreage, privale, no reas. oiler  refused, trade commercial or  sailboat. 883-2977. #48sr  WATERFRONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keats  Island. Try your oiler. 886-2694.  #48sr  1700 sq. It. Panabode rancher,  ocean view, genuine bargain at  $120,000. Drive by 950 CHeryl  Ann Park Road (Lower Road,  Roberts Creek) and phone lor  appt. to view. 886-2694.   #48sr  Lot 23 Central Rd.. 50x105,  view, level, 3 km to lerry.  872-1064. #48sr  For sale by owner, Hi acre lol on  Gibsons Bluff, fantastic view! Fully services, lop access, lo view  call 886-8757. #45sr  Cochrane   Road,  good   large  building lot, close to marina 8,  beaches. $27,500. 885-4501.  #47s  $40,000 down buys you view lot  with 2 houses and 522,800/year  revenue. Owner will finance. Let  the rent do the rest. $179,000.  886-6327. #47s  5 Acres, corner lot $49,900.  Langdale. Hydro, water, creek.  886-9049 owner. #45  5 improved acres Rbls. Ck..  highway view, lease back, carry  interest Iree mortgage, no  agents. 885-3458. #45  By owner, tidal walerfronl, 13.5  acres. 2 creeks, view, highway  Irontage. 883-1122. #45  Nice level cleared lol In quiel  area. $26,000. Call alt. 6pm.  886-7362. #45  Gibsons - Gower Point's choicest  waterfront. Panoramic view 'A  acre. 581-2904. #46  "Moving to Prince George?"  3000 sq. It. home on 17.9 acres,  12 miles wesl ol Prince George. 5  Bedrooms, hot water, heal, 3  bathrooms, sauna, hot lub, 2  fireplaces, hardwood floors and a  4000 sq. ft. shop. $150,000 or  will trade lor house ol equal value I grandchild. The lamlly wishes fo  In Sechelt area. Call 885-1984 for  thank Ihe wonderful stall at  lurther inlormalion. #45  Totem Lodge #45  It's a girl! Mark & Heather  Horsnell welcome with love, their  daughter Malora Ann, 7 Ib. 12  oz. Born October 25, 1990 al  5:31 am. Welcomed by Grandparenls Sam & Eslhes Reid, Ray  and Joan Irom Australia. Auntie  Kathy. Cindy, Uncle Sheane.  Trevor, and Duck Irom Australia.  Special lhanks to Dr. Petzold &  the excellent stall at St. Mary's  hospilal. #45  Brown, Bruce & Georgette (nee:  Macklam) are pleased lo announce Ihe birth ol Iheir 2nd sond  Travis Macklam, born Oct  17/90, Weighs 7 lbs. 2oz. Lions  Gale Hospilal. Little brother lor  Cory. Proud grandparents. Ml &  Mrs. Don Macklam ot Robe s  Creek t, Mr. Douglas Brown  Calgary. t  Pelletler- Andy, Maria and    g  sister Katherine are pleased  announce the arrival of Alexam r  Nicholas. Born October 5,19!  weighing 8 lbs. Proud grar  parenls are Nick & Josie Rinalt s  ol Gibsons. Diane Pelletler ol Vancouver  and  Andy  &  Louise  Pelletler ot Cranbrook. Special  thanks to Drs. Berinslein, Petzold  & Pendleton and to Ihe nursing  staff ol Grace & SI. Mary's  Hospitals. #45  Obituaries  SCRATCHLEY: Gilbert Edward  late ol Gower PI. died at Totem  Lodge on Nov. 1, 1990 age 90  years. Survived by his son Ell-  ward ot Vancouver, his daughter  Llla Ellison ol Gower Pt.; lot*  grandchildren and one great  r;  The Beat Deal AtoawU  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  S/-IOO  4  (minimum) (or 10 words  25'  each additional word  (Berths. Le.si Si Found FREEH  StrteSett"  CLASSIFIEDS  . Pay for 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH, CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  AU CLASSIFIED ADS mutt be  PRE-PAID belore Insertion.  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted  .15oo  SI 00  up to 10 words  each additional word  Yeeejileel fe'eeiie.iiiq 1 ele-eee enily will rut. 4 tt.11  ���eyrullw eve'.'ks. then will b*. cancelled utile's*,  vni linlrucl us to reteitiw it BV NOON  SATURDAY. INm available- tee cimtnii'tclal  ,i.lee'ltlse'r>il  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices NOOll  SatUfday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  ;, Cowrie Si.. Sechell 885*3930  ���* Crulce Lane. Gibsons  886*2622  FAX: 886*7725 Gibsons  885-3954 Sechelt  For Public Um  Pender Harbour Ollice  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Obituaries  CRABTREE: Passed away Ocl 3.  1990. Harold Godfrey Crabttee at  St. Marys Hospilal. Sechelt.  Lovingly remembered by wile  Joan, daughter Carol, son  Stephen & daughter-in-law  Gillian. Grandsons, Alexander &  Marcus, sister Allison and many  friends. Memorial Service was  held al St. Bartholomews. In lieu  ol flowers please send donalions  to cancer clinic ot HOPE cancer  center. #45  EBACK: Passed away .Del. 28,  1990. Anna Harriet Ebacfi. late ol  Sechelt. Survived by her loving  husband Herb: three sons  Charles Brown of Sechell. Rick  Brown ot Dauphin Man., Lee  Brown al Sechell; neice Fran  Ryan ol Vancouver; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; one brother Harry  Baldwin ol Abbotstord. Service  was held Wed., Oct. 31 In Ihe  chapel ol Devlin Funeral Home.  Gibsons. Legion Chaplain Bev  Sludiman ollicialed. Cremalion.  Flowets gratefully declined.  Remembrance donations may be  made to the Cancer Society.  #45  CHAMBERS: Passed away on  Ocl. 29,1990 William Albert (Ab)  Chambers, age 75 years ot Richmond. BC predeceased by his  first wife Margaret. Survived by  his loving wife Llla; his mother  Mrs. Agnes Chambers, three  daughters and sons-in-law Peggy  and Henry Daubaras ol Richmond, Carol and Gary Troil of  West Van, and Pam and Moe  Hays ol Prince Rupert; 14 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild; his stepdaughter  Jocelyn and husband Leonard  Schwartz; stepson David Trotl all  ol Toronto; three brothers Tom,  Jack and Scott Chambers; one  sister Jessie Addison and Iheir  lamilies. Mr. Chambers was a  well respected employee of CP Air  lor 42 years. A late member of  Sunshine Coast Goll and Country  Club and ol Poinl Grey Goll and  Country Club. Memorial service  was Thurs., Nov. 1 al 2 pm In  Shaughnessy Heights United  Churcrj, 33rd and Granville SI.,  Vancouver. Rev. Ed Searcy officiating. Flowers gratefully  declined. Donalions to the BC  pneer Foundalion gratefully appreciated. Richmond Funeial'  Wme In care of arrangements.  #45  Thank You  Thanks to Wilbert Fair and Ralph  Jones for judging Ihe pumpkin  contest. From Ihe residents ol  O'Shea Road. #45  Thumbs up lo REFLECTIONS, Ihe  new balhroom shop on Cowrie for  its lovely colourful towels and  wonderful Iragrances. Danielle.  #45  Thank you lo all my neighbours  and Iriends lor Ihe cards and  lovely (lowers sent to me during  my slay in hospilal. You're the  greatest. Hazel. #45  SCHOOL TRUSTEE  For  ��� Quality Education  - Good Communication  - Accountability  ��� Future Planning  VOTE  Pat Stuart  Personal  Highly principled energetic  knowledgable, straight forward,  community spirited candidate lor  school trustee available on Nov  17 lor 3 years commitment Object proper process a new direction in education Vole Mary  Bland in Sechell #46  To BOB  Please CALL ME"  * LOVEEIEL   *  For  Representation  with  Determination &  Experience  RE-ELECT  [JIM GURNEY  tor Area E  Announcements  UNITY CHURCH  Vou ate welcome to join us in exploring Unity principles. Sunday  Study Group at I Oam & Service at  11am. Also Inner-Power Group on  Tues. at 7pm. Call 886-9194 lor  into. TBI  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. Al-Aleen  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today about out selection  ol  beautiful  personalized  wedding   invitalions,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gifts t. Gems  886-2023   TFN  Adult children of Alcoholics or  dlslunclional families please call  885-5281 or 8B6-8165 lor help.   TFN  Full size comlort 886-7337,  885-3686. The Sunshine Coasl  Cab Co 14;  Announcements  Christmas cactus: A variety ot  sizes in bud al Pentangle Plants  885-3816. #47  Redirecting anger lor men a 10  wk group with Lee Nicholas,  sponsored by Project Parent.  Tues. eves, Nov 13/9010 Feb  5/91 al Community Seivices,  Sechelt. Fot information and  registration call Communily Services 885-5881. #45  Indoor soccer Interested adults  looking lor midweek break call  885-2748 evenings. #46  Badminton Mondays al Langdale  Schoo. Wednesdays al Elphies 8  pm lo 10 pm $2 drop in. Contact  John Sanders 886-2467.      #46  ~ AIR BRAKES COURSE  Nov. 9. 10. 11 in Gibsons. Call  Continuing Education, 885-2991.  #46  Gramma's Pub  Opening hours Sun.  11am to  midnight.   Mon.-Sat.   10am to  midnight. #45  St. Mary's Hospital is standardizing all word processing to Word  Perfect 5.1. Knowledge ol Ihis  program will be a major hiring  consideration tor secretarial and  clerical positions. #47  For  Accountable  Representation  RE-ELECT  JIM GURNEY  SECHELT RADIATORS  HAVE MOVED!  ,AT|eONND:NIelUK  WERE OPEN-  lor F[ne Dining  Spt't 1.1I Oi 1 .lsions  ALL FALL  Fri. - Tues. 5:10 ��� 9:30  Sun. Brunch  III - .' |iiii  >    886-2188   f  m      with:  Do you need some inlormation to  deal wilh your legal problem? Call  the Legal Infarmafton Service  885-5881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4 TFN  INDIVIDUAL THERAPV  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Eleanor Mae 885-9018  #46  Accupressure Massage  Improve circulation.  Relieve muscle strain, relax  Peggy Francis - 886-4545  by appointment M5  Earn Iree Christmas gilts while  socializing with Iriends. Tupper  ware! Lynn 883-2923 #45  Joel 8rass and associates is  again proud to offer the seminar  'An Introduction to the work ol  Love' on Ihe Sunshine Coast.  Nov. 17/18 lor more Inlormalion  ca�� lan at 885-7891 or Wendy al  885-7132. #45  Are you a woman In an unhappy  relationship, do you need lo talk?  Call the Swuhine Coasl Trieil-  tt�� Heme tor confidential 24 hr  service. 888-2*44 TFN  HMn| md retelling tht put  WNfR MM etnd MMrtMnQ.  PHeie caH Michael Hamer  m-m #46  CLAUDETTE!  -eSotctta -  Hit! Mi  SUNNYCREST MALL  Where happy/Endings  111 Rexeegnilieen of  REMEMBRANCE  1)4 Y  Mall Stores will he  CLOSED San., Ne.��. II  All .16 stores will be  OPKN Meen.. Neev. 12  9:304:00 pm  lee Serve Vou  #45  Kntti  Sweaters, vesls. hats. son. slippers, leg warmers elc. Handspun  and knitted, made to order,  reasonably priced 885-3232  #47  8:30-5:30. Mon.-Sat.. 10-4  Sun., Sechelt Hardware.  885-2171.     ' #46  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS ltd  Benjamin Moore Paints  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-7272. 886-2954.  TFN  Thurs . Nov. t. 2 dogs. Mother  cannel colour & 3 mo. puppy,  white & tan Secret Cove area  Cherished lamily pets. Reward  885-2803 #45  Child's Chinese umbrella parasol,  last wk in Gibsons Village  -7570 #45  2 wallets. 1 white. I brown.  Mess phone 886-2439        #45  Fern medium size dog. black &  tan. double dew claws & white  Ilea collar. Peninsula Hotel area,  answers lo Brandy 886-8741.  #45  Looking lor customer service'  Smiles are still Iree al Sechelt  Hardware #46  Black & white neut. male cal.  answers to Mow. Norwest Bay &  Mason Rd 885-5794. #45  SECHELT HARDWARE Open Sundays. 10-4 TFN  Pets 1  Livestock  riS\  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cal Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  Bill Wood  SECHELT  Bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  A!  P B Polish Arab stud. 12 yrs.  Bay. Proven sire. Grandson to  Bask e>ei* son Dyako Oilers  will consider Irade for cattle.  366-4218 alter 6 pm. #47  Ctile adorable baby bunnies for  children who care, S5.  886 8582. #45  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNICAL, NUTRO-MAX.  PURINA. WAYNE.  Also lull line of bird seed  And much more.  Quality Farm i Bifdw  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlacl Then 8. Now Furniture.  699  Highway   101.   Gibsons.,  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Pets 1  Livestock  SPCA for adoption, young collie  cross mother with adorable while  puppy 885-5734. #45  Cule white kittens. Free. 8 inter-  trained, males or temales.  886-9290. #45  SPCA for adoption. 8 mo. border  collie cross male. Young cats.  Kittens to come. 886-7313.   #45  Help teduce the pel overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pel 1FN  Canine consultant, ottering obedience & intruder awareness  training Reg Robinson.  886-2382 TFN  7 head of horses for sale or lease,  lor 30 hrs. per month/$90. Also  hoiseshoeing. livestock hauM,  ttailer S horsebox lor rent.  886-7467 #45  Cockatiel & cage plus food! S50.  886-2088. MS  Alpha/Timothy mix $220 a to.  50% to 70% alpha. 856-596*.  #46  Shar-Pei wrinkled pups, very  friendly, Phone after 1pm  886-7538. #46  2 Jersey cows. Bred lor June.  $400 each. 885-5992 evenings.  M  Horse for sale. Hall Arab. Iri  Welsh, 10V; hands. 10 yrs. old,  perfect lor children. 885-2660.  #47  Regislered Vietnamese Pot-1  bellied Pigs. 2 Ugly black & whiles  males, who throw beautilul pinto  babies; black/white females:;  neutered males, weanlings. WW  consider trade for other exotic'  animals. 426-8560 or 427-4334.'  #47  FREE  8 Week old kittens  886-8992 #47  All Horwhoing Service will be  in Gibsons Nov. 9, 10, 11. For  appointment call 1-978-1920 ton  free. #45  Piano Tunfhg"  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Yamaha Electone organ, $2500  OBO. 883-2239. #47  Lowrey organ Magic Genie Chord  System, bench books, exc.  cond��� $800 OBO. 883-2179.  #47  ROBERTS CREEK  Wanl to purchase any pictures,  books, etc on Ihe history and  growth ol Roberts Cieek. John  Opp 886-4671. #48  6-10 Ion hydraulic winch..  883-9910. #45  Small rubber tired or crawler type  loadet/backhoe. reasonable.  886-3262. #45  Hunters travelling Ihrough 100  Mile House ex-Gibsonites -e ottering friendly & comfortable bed  & breaklasl. $15/petson or $25/  couple, reservations 395-2475. .'  #46  Wooden decoys wanled. Collector  pays $50 - $75 each & up for  wooden duck and goose decoys.  Call collecl II long distance.'  589-0687 148  Small chesl freeze and pinch;  pleated drapes loi 45x100" win  dow. 885-3995 #46,'  Cement mixet 'or home use.  Reasonable. 3867421 #46  Small   greenhouse.   Phone.;  885 4105 alt 6pm #45;'  "audition  Readers lor A Child's Christmas',;  In Wales, all ages welcome, Fri,.; >  Nov. 9 al 7:30 pm S.C eVts Cen-;  Ire For info Sandie 865-3891  #45  Shepherd X puppies, 8 weeks jj.  old. purebred mother. 883-9921.  #45  Wanted: adult home lot clean,  healthy, spayed calico cat.  883-2296. #45  One Year UM Family Dog -without  a Family. Small, lemale CotlieX, -  excellent   with   children.  883-2979. #46 ���#���  Coast News, November 5,1990  Brown IKEA sola bed. loam: Roll  ���em bathtub 886-3468 #45  Oil lurnace & dueling. You.  emove, 885-3541 leave message  926-2532. #45  Free to good home. 4 mos lem.  Saymoid x. gd with children.  Ask for Ruth 883-2296.       #45  Garage Sales  It's a Book Bargain Bash. In the  Rockwood Centre's North Wing  on Saturday. November 24, 11  am lo 4 pm. Bargains in hundreds of new books and  thousanas of used books, an auction ol autographed books and a  rattle ol books and Festival '91  passes lis a bookworm's  delight Sponsored by the  Festival ol the Written Arts.   #45  VALLEY  COMFORT  WOOD  STOVES  $729.00  REC ��899."  FREE DELIVERY  .Sechelt  Hardware  885-2171  Apple II Plus computer,  bookkeeping and other  grams, monitor and 2  drives. $600.886-2395.  Nov. 10, 10-2. 326 Skyline Dr.  #45  Jusi moved sale, kilchen stuff,  books, toys and lots more, 1495  Thompson Rd., Langdale. Sat  Nov. 10,9-2pm. #45  Finders    &  Keepers <f(  Antiques, ,  &��� ��n\  Collectibles ��� Jewellery  2nd Hand ��� Furniture  Tools ��� Building Supplies  Our New Location  706 Hwy 101, Gibsons  Across Irom DtVries  886-4551  Range hood $25: Complete  medium size kitchen, including  sink. $450.886-2481.        #45  Near new Sojin piano, beautiful  sound, $2300 OBO 886-7561  #46ss  S3!  Re'eeeenei's eC^tya.  ��� U'trera  ' Flyer  ��*s  mm tyi&i  ���883-9911  Madeira Pa,k Cveeee*  TI S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil Mixed-Hog Fuel  By Ihe yard or Iruck full. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pick up or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  Panosonic Oimention 3 microwave/convection turn ��� digital.  $325: Lytton .06 digital  microwave, $100. e386-8962 alter  5. #46  Steel Irailer lor all-terrain vehicle,  low pressure tires. $390.  885-7365. #46  ART RENTAL  & SALES  Tile-v, Nov. 6  2:1X1-4:00. 6:00-8:00  SUNSHINE COAST  ARTS CENTRE, MeduM.  & Trail Ave-., SecMt  ff ROYAL 1  ^      ALBERT     *  On Sale Now At  SECHELT  HARDWARE  885 2171  Dusty pink corduroy  $400, 3 seater. exc  886-8089.  couch,  cond.  #46  Sludio  700  w/ribber,  886-8647.  knitting  machine  yarn  changer.  #46  Alder tiiewood, $100 a load, will  deliver 886-8974. #47  Beautilul tour poster king size  waterbed, with sheets $400 OBO.  Coleco vision video system with 9  cartridges Including turbo expansion module no. 2, $100 lirm.  885-4824. #45  Semi-seasoned mixed lirewood.  Split & delivered. $75 per cord.  883-9382. #47  Diesel 3500 watt generator like  new; LoLine trailer wilh gas  slove, Iridge. lurnace, all working: sleel lathe 1 ViHP motor; 3T  Hoist plus dump box; movie  camera, projector & screen; Index machine, bar fridge, $225;  build your own trailer, wheels,  axles, tubing etc., $1000.  886-4859. #47  Bearing apple Irees. rare old  varieties,   organic   potatoes.  15-7311. #47  18 cu. It. Ireezer. good cond..  $125.883-9350. #45  Mushroom Buying Station  5776 Anchor Rd.. Sechelt, uphill  Irom Tyee on right, look lor sign.  #47  Is Vince Van Gogh  hiding in your closet?  Hell. It's time lo bring him oul  /     and FRAME HIM.  SHOW PIECE FRAMES  280 Gower Pt. Rd..  Gllnont        886-9215  PATONS. PINGOUIN  KNITTING  YARNS  Jusi for you  Utility trailer - Closed 4x8 $700.  Fiberglass septic tank $100.  885-6150. #46  IBM compatable XT, 640k. 20  meg HD, 360k & 720k floppies  mouse, green mono monitor, 101  enhanced keyboard, small loot-  print case, lots of software. $900  Firm. 886-4511. #46  MOBILE  CAR REPAIR  | Used pans available - allerl  6:00 pm tor appointment f  885-4708  CtbitimOA  CIL PASTEL  COLOURED SCENTED  PAINTS  $29  4 Litre's Reg. $36.99  Kirsch  CUSTOM BLINDS  30 % OFF  SECHELT  HARDWARE  885-2171  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  While   moulded   fibreglass  bathtub. $100. 886-4743. #47sr  Instant Hedge. 8', 9' or io Tall.  Thuja pyramidalis $3.00 per toot.  885-5033. #45  IBM Selectric typewriter $100.  Fridge $50. Both work well.  886-8097. #46  R & G  NEW & USED  Salety. Comlort, Reliability.  888-7337, 885-3868. The Sunshine Coasl Cab Co #47  to  i-way  ticket.  Vancouver  Toronto. Dec. 13. $250. Neg.  886-3105. #47  P215/75 R15. 5 stock tires Irom  Ford Ranger. 2 near new, $130.  885-5840. #47  Colour TV's from $100.  886-3318.886-3618 eves.   #45  Waterbed mattress, heater, thermostat. 2 single bed. exc. cond.  886-2591. #47  Fairly  decent   E  $100. 886-8582.  propane,  #45  Organic carrots, parsnips, leeks.  Slewing chickens. Eves.  885-3583. Creekside Organic  Gardens. #45  Studded radial snows.  P195/75R14, like new. Chev.  rims. $75.886-8779. #45  Woodstove RSF model HF65R,  $950. Alter 6 pm. 886-9447.  #47  BUYING  and selling  coins, gold,  silver.  notes.  ���M-7MB  Indlsposable  Cotton Diapers  The best fitted cotton diaper.  Mona al 886-7844. #46  Single glaze windows, 42x48,  $30 - 54x48. $40. both opening  with screens; sliding door  screen, 5'. $20: patio set, white,  as new, umbrella. 4 chairs, lable,  $75: small writing desk, wood,  as new, $100.885-9597.    #46  Sectional or ���  Cheslerfcld & -'  Loveseat  Reg $1895  1 Vr. old Eleclrolux vacuum.  Complete with power bar. $450  OBO. 886-9335. #45  Bauhaus 7 It. sola, exc. condition. Was $800 new, must sell  $500 OBO. 886-9335. #45  Two complele sets of kitchen  cabinets with counters & sinks,  $800/set firm. Call alt. 4pm  886-8801. #45  Used oak kitchen U shape,  $1200 080.886-8204        #45  Mauve toilet tub & sink. $75;  10x10 carpet, $25; stove, $50;  antique tub, $900. Call  885-5713. #45  Collins 8' insulated lighted truck  canopy; converted fish smoker;  boy's 10 spd.; 15" Dodge factory mags. 885-4704. #45  Seasoned firewood, exc. quality  -edar lumber, most common  dimensions, see sign Hwy. 101  between Halfmoon Bay & Sechelt.  885-3898. #48  PRICE $995 :  7 Piece  BEDROOM  SUITE  REC $2,495  now $1,595  SECHELT  HARDWARE  8862171  BudRiks  VIDEO GAMES  CASSETTES  C.D.'S  V,     Sales eS.  5^j   Rentals  New & Used  104-140 Ta.aOo Sqeeaea  (btteked Trl-Photol  885-4888  Cowrie St., Sechelt  |Open Tues.-Sat., 10-5 j  JI5-3713  Speed queen reconditioned  dryer, $125. 885-4529 alter 6  pm. #47sr  Large quantity  Ve"  plate  steel.  10" channel,  22'  long.  Sleel  tank 26' diameter  15'  high.  886-7064.  #47ss  GE washer, white 2 speed  multicycle. 2/extra rinse $329;  Kenmore washer and dryer, HD  matching set $679; Maytag,  avocado dryer. $267; Viking Coppertone. 30" stove, sell-clean,  $359; Simplicity deluxe 2 speed,  2 cycle. H Gold washer. $287.  Whir pool 3 temp dryer, super  cond., $269; Danby Inglis 7-8cu  II. Ireezer. $239. Ml recon. and  guaranteed for 90 days to 2  years. Corner Cupboard  885-4434, Bjorn, 885-7897. #48  6 yds. $45/ 9 yds. $60  DELIVERED  FOR  OLDE TIMES  SAKE  NEW SELECTION  of  ��� Glassware ��� Linens  ���Olde 5ilk& ��� Jewelry  Satin Nightwear  DIRECT FIOM  IOUY OLDE ENCLAND1  INSTANT  STORAGE  SSS-7171 or  ���8S-7161  HAY $4.00/bale  ORGANIC A#fUS 4 POTATOES  mono Sa��-9357  TFN  IBM  Clean air vehicles, trn 7311,  IK-SIM. The Sunshine Coast  Cab Co. #47  1981 Subaru. 2 dr.. H.T.. 5  spd. very reliable, $2200 O.B.O.  885-5307 alter 5 pm. #47  1975 Chevelle. 2 drH.T.. 90,000  trouble Iree miles. Cat Is In good  overall cond. Brakes, exhaust,  carb., installed in the last yr.,  $750.885-2608. #45  w/30  lad.,   new  cond.,  88(4396.  $11011.  #45ss  StCHELT RADIATORS  HAVt.MOVED!  Mountain bike. Excellent condition $145 OBO. 886-3832     #46  Kilchen suite, bathroom sink t,  vanity, double porcelain laundry  tubs,   water   bed.   corrugated  fiberglass sheeting 885-7123.  #46  Brown and chrome kilchen table,  4 chairs, exc. condition $300.  888-2990. #47  Used wooden double glazed windows, various sizes: yellow tub &  one-piece toilet. $70/both. Jim  886-3148. #47  1978 LTD 4-dr. hardtop, gd.  work. cond.; chesterfield & chair.  886-2540. #45  Large 'Imperial' wood heater,  exc. cond.. $400 firm. Days  886-7310. #45  Need a good fridge? 14 cu. It.  gold. gd. shape. $250 OBO.  885-6340. #45  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  MM TWMeJ}  888-2020  TFN  Looking lor a unique Christmas  gift? Beaulilully finished burl wall  and mantel clocks, pen sets,  therm./barometers, handcrafted  in Sechelt. Variety ol sizes and  prices. To view call 885-2574.  #47  Mini racing bike. YZR50, 2 wet  suits, 4 ml. $150 ea. 885-2657  eves. #47  Vh KW Onan gen. set, $1800.  AB Haddock Marine. 883-2811.  #46  18 cu. ft. Admiral upright almond  freezer, $297; 17 cu. ft. Inglis  citation while 2 dr. Ir. free Iridge,  $479:17 cu. ft. Kenmore h. gold  2dr.fr. Iree L.H. dr.. $467; 16  cu. ft. Westlnghouse 2 dr. fr.  free, new compr., $429; Maytag  while dryer, $279; sink, slove,  oven, Iridge, sf. steel top, all in  one. S325. All recon. and  guaranteed lor 90 days to 2 yrs.  Corner Cupboard 885-4435 Bjorn  885-7897. #47  Large Fisher fireplace insert,  nickel plated, plus screen, $550  OBO. 885-4838. #46  1500 psl Honda powered MCS  pressure washer,  like,  $1500 OBO. 886-3001  mi new,  #46s  280 Remington rllle with scope,  perfect cond., $400. Phone  George 886-6139. TFN  Full size Nuova Simonelli  Espresso-Cappucino machine  wilh coffee grinder. Phone  George 886-8139. TFN  Camel-hair coat, Chapman's size  12. $185 English duffle coat, size  12, $150.886-7251. #45  Chesterfield and chair,  886-3565.  $125.  #45  Antique maple hutch, $350 OBO.  886-2354.  18a. Heavv  t (] it 11> m p n t  16' steel dumptruck box,  hoist cylinder and pump,  sawdust   extension  886-7064.  #47  new  plus  box.  #45s  1983 Aries wagon, 130,000 kms.  35-40  m/p/g,  exc.  cond..  sacrifice $3500 linn. 886-2945.  #48sr  1979 Ford T/blrd. lots ol new  parts. $1900 OBO. 885-1943.  #46s  '83 Olds Omega. 2 Dr. aulo,  $3000 OBO. 885-3790.     #48sr  '82 Volvo SW. Overdrive, exc.  condilion. inside & out. $7500.  885-3790. #48sr  87' Jelta. 60,000 km. 5 sp..  AM/FM cass., snows, 2 year  warranty remaining. $8500.  885-4794. #48sr  1986 Ford Tempo $4700 OBO.  883-2906. #48sr  1985 Toyota Tercel, auto., good  cond. $6500. 885-4520. eves.  #48sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van.  captains' seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #48sr  Good commuter car. 79 Datsun,  2 dr., exc. run. cond., $700  OBO. 886-7222. #45ss  1980 Chev Citation, 2 door, V6,  A/T, P/S, P/B, snows; block  heater; reliable; work records.  $850.886-36017:30-9:30 am or  6-10 pm. #45  Wrecking: 1975 Volvo 245 DL  Wgn., std., trans., rebuilt B18D  engine, parts, $5 and up or take  whole car for $650. 885-4821.  885-7381. #45  1968 Ford Mustang GT Conv., 5  spd., loaded, 33,000 kms.,  SJ7L995,885-3732. #45  Volvo  buffs,   1968-122 Volvo  engine arid brakes, gd. wants  lots   ol   work.   $500 firm.  883-2232. #45  1982 Honda Civic deluxe, 4 dr.. 5  spd.. 1500 cc sedan, lach.,  AM/FM cass. 01s., clock, new  all-season radials, 83,000 kms.,  exc. mileage, one owner, trouble  Iree engine, reliable, $4000 OBO.  883-9298. #45  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for the  sel, with covers 886-9500  anytime. #48ss  76' Cordoba, sli power, cruise  control. Silver, needs battery.  $400 OBO. 885-7897. #46  '78 Olds Delta 88. 350. auto,  P/D. PW, air. etc.. 125.000km.  $11,000 OBO. 886-3575.     #46  '82 Dodge Won. 4x4.318, auto.  89.000 km. $5500. Gerry  886-4577 days. 886-3575 evenings. #48  1979 Chevette, needs starter,  $200,885-5891. #46  '81 Ford Fairmont sedan, duel  fuel economy special, $1175.  1168 Reed Rd., Gibsons.  886-3344. #47  '85 VW van. 7 pass., pwer  steer., sunroof, AM/FM stereo  cass.$12,500.886-8543.  #47  '79 VW camper, new CVs. KVB  gas shocks, many new Items.  $3000 (rm. 886-3111.     #47sr  18' Holldalrt 73. exc. cond.,  asking $4800.8864813.   #45s  26' 5th Wheel, 1979. Many ex-  tras including new maserator  pomp, awning. Spacious layout.  $9600 OBO. 886-9149.       #45  1981 Chrysler 2 dr. Cordova  Special Edition, low mileage, exc.  cond. 885-3651 or 885-3960.  #47  76 Honda Civic, only $700, no  lime to waste, call now! Anna  886-2108. #47s  1986 Hyndai Stellar SL $4800.  Phone 886-9175. #45  '66 Ford Econoline California van,  "NO" rusl, new motor, clutch,  front end parts, runs very well,  $1000, Bill 7am-2pm 886-4924.  #47sr  1977 Toyota Celica, recent  brakes, muffler, tuneup, new  ban. cassette w/eq. all bills,  runs well, $1300 OBO  886-8685. #45  1979 Malibu $500; 1980 Granada  $1500, gd.run.cond. 886-8563.  #45  74 Mercury station wagon, auto,  new exhaust system, new  radiator, new water pump. Good  condition $795. 886-9500  anytime. #48ss  76 Buick 2 dr., P/S, P/B, aulo..  red, $750080.886-4568. #48ss  Horizontal cutoff saw, for steel  8"x12" CAP x 1" bladei c/w  coolant. Brand new. USA made  $1500. 3 Ton hydraulic engine  hoist, knockdown style. Brand  new 'A price $500. �� HP Craftsman compressor $150.  885-2544. #47  CERTIFIED MECHANIC  Mobile repairs, reasonable rales.  883-2284.  1980 Acadian, 4 door, 4 speed.  $1995080.885-4019.       #46  1982 Dodge Challenger, 5 speed,  2 door. White ext. MFG by Mitsubishi. Very clean, brown,  velour, AM/FM, One owner  $3800 OBO. 885-4019.       #46  S INSTANT CASH S  Scrap vehicles pick up.  Uiad Auto Parti 866-7227  #47  1980 Acadian, 4 door, automatic  $1995 OBO. 885-4019.       #46  Sacrifice. 1967 California style  bug. New 1800cc motor; race  cam; dual Weber carta; quick  shifter; 300 k on engine; custom  paint & mags. $2500 Firm.  885-3885. #47ss  82 Olds Omega, 6 cyl., 4 dr.,  $3300 OBO. Phone 886-7853.  #47SS  '80 Z28, 350 auto, rebut  engine, t-rool, power everything,  Alpine sound, black/red interior,  all receipts, $6500 OBO.  883-2289. #46  Special Interest Classic 1964  Pontiac Parisienne 2 dr., sport  coupe, power glide, 1 owner,  safety checked, 57500 orig.  miles, very gd. cond., $3200.  885-4764. ���  #45  1974 Dodge van, 318 cam,  headers, 3 spd., runs well, $900  OBO. 885-2088. #47  CERTIFIED MECHANIC  Mobile repairs, reasonable rales.  883-2284. #45  75 Cutlass Supreme 76 Cutlass  Supreme, each $1200 OBO.  883-9992. #45  1974 Dodge van, 318 cam,  hejaders, 3 spd., runs well, $900  OBO. 885-2088. #47  87 Volvo 123 GT, new motor,  rww brakes, new Inferior, $3000  lirm. 886-3111. #47sr  1979 Plymouth Caravelle station  wagon, exc. gas mileage, lamily  car, super lor outdoor camping.  $2200 OBO. 885-4704.       #48  73 Volvo. Runs good. $500 OBO.  886-8986 #47  1985 Regency Olds 98, excellent  condition. Firm S9800.  885-2258. #47  1973 VolVO 1800ES. "classic"  exceptional condilion. Rare and  appreciating sports wagon. Call  885-2748 after 5 pm. $7500 obo.  #46  1982 Toyota Celica. Excellent  condition, no rust, 5 spd., tape  deck and more $6200. Call  885-2748aner5pm. #46  76 Ford F250 Econoline, some  rusl. runs well, $800.886-8900.  #47  1976 Ford % Ton eOamper  Special. Low miles. Good cond.  885-7167. ��7  '67 Dodge Dakota with cellular.  Make an offer. 886-8116.  #46sr  1978 Ford F150 newly rebuilt  engine, new brakes, bait., tires,  $3000 OBO. 885-5896 eves.  #45s  1986 Ford F250 4x4. C.9L diesel.  low kms. Super cab. $14,500.  885-1949. #45s  1978 Ford 150. raised roof, V8,  aulomatic. PS, PB, $2000 OBO.  886-9620. #TFN  1969 3 Ion Chevy flatdeck, exc.  run. cond., needs Inspection,  $3500.886-3001. #45s  1980 Ford PU complete rebuilt  engine, trans., 4 spd., radials,  extras. $2995.885-3733.    #45  1984 Ford Ranger 4x4.  Mechanically sound. $7800 OBO.  885-3553 Of 885-9557.     #47ss  1986 Ford Bronco XLT, full size,  302 Fl auto, o/drlve, loaded,  $10,500 firm. 885-2198.     #46  76 Ford PU 150, 390 auto with  camperette. $1000 OBO.  886-8693 after 6 pm. #46  1985 Jeep Cherokee Turbo  deisel, 2 dr., mags, clean,  $13,000080.886-8204.     #45  1981 Econoline, %ton,  automatic, insulated interior,  great shape. $4750. 885-7331.  #46  74 Dodge panel van. Slant 6,  good brakes, good tires, offers.  886-8992. #47  1977 4X4 Suburban, rebuilt  engine, gd. fires, needs starter  drive. 885-7729. #47  1979 Ford F250 4 sp��� PS/PB,  $2000 OBO. 885-3920.       #47  1981 Ford Courier with canopy,  low miles. 885-3300. #45  1980 GMC 1 ton pickup, exc.  work Iruck, 350 cyl, aulo. Irans.  limited slip rearend, $750 060.  883-2270. #47  CERTIFIED MECHANIC  Mobile repairs, reasonable rales.  883-2284. #45  SICHIll RADIATORS  Exceptional   1989 nwcury,  4  door, deluxe modal. Luxury  equipped. 111,200. 865-7167.  #46  UK $8.86 Five litre, 4-cycle  25W40 engine Ml, only $10!  683-1119  #46  1977 Frontier Class C. 21'Oodge  440 cruise control, sleeps 6, 2  way fridge, hot water, stove,  w/oven TV antenna, forced air  furn., $13,500. 885-3939.   #46ss  1974 VW Westphalia.  $1650  OBO. 886-7521. #45  1979 Kuslom Koach. 30 ft, Good  condition. Gibsons Trailer Park  -on pad. 530-5798 leave  $10,000. #45  1978 Kustom Koach, 30ft. Good  condition. Gibsons trailer park on  pad. 930-5796 taw message.  #45  LET'S TALK  MONEY  Lei's gel logelher and sell  your RV unit. If we cant sell  it we'll buy it. Free Appraisal  and pickup anywhere.  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  mi f.�� 1-800-663-4234  07363  23' 1984 Citation Class 'C GM,  350 chassis, fully loaded, Genset  to root air. $24,500. 883-2368.  #46  Trillium trailer, sleeps 4, exc.  cond., appliances. $3000.  683-2322. #46  Custom GMC, fiberglass canopy.  Sliding front window. 886-3092  after 6 pm. #48  1978, 21 Vi It. KIT Companion.  good shape, sleeps eight. $6800  OBO. 885-7553. #47  Trans-Awn 2000. 10 fl. awning  lor van conversion. 886-8635.  #47  1978 24' travel trailer, sleeps 7,  fridge, stove, oven, lull  bathroom, $5500.885-7729. #47  SECKU MAINE  swms LTD.  CHtim iiii mrm  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   aVIarine  Surveyors and Consultants  mWrn.  14' alum, boat wilh motor, frailer,  extras. $1250 lirm. 883-9350.  #47  20' Glasply cabin cruiser, 2'h  yrs. warranty on 115 hp Merc.  0/6 (new last Apr., only 19 hrs.  use). Incl. 8.5 Merc, kicker, new  canvas top, new depth sounder,  stove, Icebox, bait tank,  $13,500.883-2779. #47s  18' boat, deep haul I/O 4 cyl.,  Volvo penta 280 Volvo leg,  $5000.886-8367. #48s  11' 3 comp. hardwood lloor Inflatable boat. 885-4699.     #48s  28 It. Unilly (Salty Dog) fully  equipped. Brand new power.  Phone George. 886-8139.   #TFN  1982 21' Champion, exc. shape;  economical V6 I/O; comes with  depth finder; down rigger; VHF.  Lots of extras. Tandem axle  trailer. Will trade boat plus cash  tor building lot. $12,000.  886-9490. #46ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1988-1989 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition. Lowes Resort,  883-2456. TFN  Yes! There Is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  McBelh' 45' offshore ketch,  7000 Autohelm, tracks accurate  courses, from Loran automatically. Extra heavy sleel construction,  examine slip B10 Gibsons  Marina. 886-2830. #48sr  1983 .Campion 60 HP Mariner,  galvanized Highliner trailer, etc  exc. cond., $5900 firm.  886-8382. #48sr  Endurance 35' Pilot House Cutter  auto helm, Loran C video fish  tinder, 5 sails, stereo, diesel  engine & stove, Slip B-23 Gibsons Marina. 886-9696.    #45sr  24' Turner Classic, mahogany  with Chrysler heml, well-  equipped with or without C  licence. 683-9555. #45sr  42' Cruise-a-home house boat,  sleeps 9, exc. cond., $29,500  OBO. 885-1943. #46sr  M.V. Blacklist!, 24' Owens, well  appointed large fish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid llll Dec./go,  featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkg., new LMS, 200 tl  Loran C, new tenders & brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swlmgrid, new handrails, Rush  mount Ration rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, 120 hrs. and  much more, $10,500.885-7977.  #46sr  22'H/T cruiser, 225 OMC, VHF,  sounder, batt tank, winch, head,  sink, stove, down riggers, rod  holders, trim tabs, 425 hours,  moorage tni Aug. 91, $8200.  886-4690. #47sr  12V Boston Whaler style,  comes with trailer, 20 HP Merc.  $1500 firm. 886-4733 evenings.  #48��r  23.5' RbarglassC Lie. crab boat,  needs work. Boil $2000, Uc.  $250 a fool. 866-2942.      #45s  14' C licenced fitarglass cod  boat. Naw motor. Ol 883-9234  #45s  12' Lund aluminum boal. 9.8  Merc. Top condition. $1400.  886-2500.        H7s  30' disp. cruiser, 340 Chry. dual  hyd. str. live bait tank. VHF/CB,  slereo, sounder, $7950 OBO.  885-2814,885-2515        #48sr  18' Sangster 120 hp r cyl. I/O  Sounder, trailer. Good cond.  $4250 OBO. 686-9047.     #48sr  E-Z LOADER trailer sales and  service. Will take trades.  883-1119. #45  Wanted - Tandem Axel boat trailer  for 22'boat. 885-7586.       #46  14Vi Foot Sangster C/W trailer;  75hp Chrysler; 4hp Mercury; 3  luel tanks: Lowrance x-30  Fishlinder' 2 rod holders; 3 lile  jackets; anchor; lull canvas.  $2500.886-8994. #45  19Vi, Sangster, 160 Johnson; EZ  loader trailer; skis; lite jackets;  anchor; oars; Inboard tanks plus  day tank $4500. 886-3001.  #45ss  8HP Madner. long shaft with  charging coll. 886-6635.     #47  Rare find, 26' Commander. Excellent condition. Extras include;  Swan anchor system; VHF; CB; 2  sounders; 8' Livingstone Skill.  $53,900. Phone Mike Van.  683-6905. Gibsons 886-8018.  #47  Saw $8.68. Five Hire, 4-cycle  25W40 engine oil, only $101  883-1119  #46  11' 3 comp. hardwood floor inflatable boat. $1100. 885-4699.  #48s  1983 90 HP Merc. 0/B comp.  wilh power Mm and controls,  $1750 AB Haddock Marine.  883-2811. #46  Mobile Homes  w n,er neneea una.,        m  4     Minutes To Gibsons    f  i    REGAL HOMES     i  OPENING  SOON  2k NEW LOTS  Singles & Doubles  NEW HOMES ONLY  28' trailer, exc. cond., in Bonniebrook. $5000. 886-9114 after  5 pm. #46  1982 Paciflca mobile 14x70',  fridge, stove, 3 bdrm., 12'x18'  addition, 10x48' (2x6) cedar  stained sundeck bill lor easy  moving, skirting Includ., new  carpets & lino, very spacious  layout, exc. cond., $35,000 firm.  886-3280 or 886-9020.       #46  1978 21'Vanguard Ford chassis,  low mileage, fully equipped, very  gd. cond., $15,000 Phone  885-6365. #47  Motorcycles  PE175, $100. Moped, $100.  886-8779. #45  1987 535 Yamaha Virago, exc.  cond., 1000 kms., asking $2500  or trade. Phone 886-4690. #48sr  1983 Honda Shadow, 750 cc, for  parts. $125 OBO. 888-9066.  #48sr  '84 Honda Sabre. V65.1100 cc,  $3000 OBO. 886-2264.     #44sr  1980 Yamaha 650 Special. Low  mileage, $690 or irade W.H.Y.  883-2952. #45ss  Honda 1985 XL600R, 9000 km,  exc. cond., $1500 lirm.  868-7265. #46  1987 Virago 535, 5000  kilometres, excellent condition.  Sacrifice $1800 OBO. 885-5566.  _ #TFNS  77 Honda Goldwlng for sale or  Irade lor car or Iruck. Call  886-3027. #45  In Stock ll  :enmac  10  ��� \ cycle  Oil Filters, Batteries, Tires,  Riding Gear, elc.  Phone Jay al 888-2031  Wanled lo Kent  N/S family vyants to wit 3 Odmi.  bouse In Gibsons area to Rbts.  Ck��� hi. mess, with Gloria  884-5355. #47  1 Mrm basement ste. Sharing  Mtchen. $350 per mo. $200 dip  MB-M41. m  Boom In Imhkm lor working  female. $200/mo. ind. util. After  6 pm. 866-6309. #45  ; �����' _���- ���������  j Coast News, November 5,1990  ir.  FWTBeWCT  VM ��*Sfl ClMTtt ejejsalw  .vi-JiefiW nfnrVs.r,; eai.rjl  amtrnwrns�� We Ml����gn>  *. fj Fej <Beant|�� a 0>v*at ��no  no children n i  ot itatt ���cue �� I  ol the Famy 5,'arui ve.  Mm Nunvw ftgns Acs Tat  uneWrt who places re icw  nsenwit and the nevnea^  wtiirt putwshes it MM si* M  in contravention ol tne ��j^x.tx  and could have a conx*ar< "mt  against ttiam. Ttte Cert Me  wi ttteratoere not accect ��*��  doenmnatoryads TFN  Roberts  Creek  Han  i.e  dances,   parties,   weddings  equipment  rental.   Yvonne  865-4610. TFN  Davis Bay/Wlson Creek Hal  available Wheelchair (aoMcs  885-2752.885-9863. #48  MINI STORAGE  686-8628  #45  MINI STORAGE  885-2061  #46  Room for rent In Gibsons. $25 a  day or $150 per week. 886-8097  #46  Small 2 bdrm house. Roberts  Creek, quiel excellent location.  $500. Nov. 15. 885-7124 leave  message. #45  Potential artist space. CBC  warehouse, Gibsons, approx.  2500 sq. tt. to share. Enquiries  738-4585. #46  COMMERCIAL  SPACE  FOR  RENT  ��� 1400 sq. ft. of ideal  commercia , light  manufacturing space  ��� Central location  ��� Owner may renovate  for office/showroom/  washrooms, etc.  ��� Great rental rata  Call Sieve Sawyer  al  GIBSONS  RE/H.TY LTD.  886*2277  Executive 5 Badroom Homa  Langdale. absolutely gorgeous  view ol north shore mountains.  Islands & waterways. Very  elegant with magnificent rooms  for entertaining. Large master  bedroom w/ensulle, walk-in  closets; built-in vacuum; island  kilchen; sky lights; Jacuzzi; central 2-sided fireplace; huge entry;  ias balcony, decks & electric  olus heating (w/wood or oil op-  lions) Available Dec.ist/90 al  $1400 per month. Walking  distance to lerry. Call days  886-3308. eves. 886-8801. No  Pets. #45  1 bdrm house on acreage, suit  semi-relired couple. Roberls  Creek. 886-7763. #45  Mobile home, private lot, 4 appl.,  $700 per mo.. $350 security dep.  Available Dec.15th. 886-2297  after 7 pm. #45  25x28' retail store, ground  levelentrance, perhaps wilh  8'xlO' oflice, for rent/lease.  685-5937.  #46  New, 2 bedroom duplex. Excellent view, central Gibsons.  W&D, F&S&D. Covered parking.  Available Dec. tsl. $800 plus  utilities. 1.596-1669. #45  3 Bedroom Executive home on  Mission Poinl Rd.. $1000 per  month. Available Immediately.  References required. 885-7282  alter 5 pm. #47  Available Dec. 1st, 2 bedroom  house, Soames Point. 1 block  .from ocean. Garage. S&F, large  yard $750 par month.  1-738-2254 belore 10 am or after  Bpm. #47  Sechell avail. Immed. 3 bdrm.  upper duplex, $800/mo. Call  886-3525 or lv. mess. 988-8402.  #47  SaclMH avail. Immed. lurnished 2  bdrm. main floor, $750/mo.. Call  886-3525 or lv. mess. 988-9402.   #47  eBrfegM clieary large 4 bdrm. lower  Gibsons. $950. 886-4724 alt.  6jM. #45  BeKheeHor suite. Sandy Hook,  $400 Hid. hydro, cable TV. Avail.  Nov. 15885-2478. #47  3 bdrm. home Sandy Hook,  superb vtaw, 1Vi baths, avail.  Dae. 1, $725 plus utils. 1 yr.  lease, rets req. 885-3315.   #48  itam MM. ftaerts Creek, nd  rennet ttts enrage oec req  MS-WW #45  telW FmeyiM ewttrtront cot-  ttp KjkMOi Bay Smrjie or  'Jiju* '574-7024 #47  eStUett 1 tape sule Good  'nearer.* man Oec 1/90  m-W-i ��6  aiKMS 3 perm.. 2V, paths,  w* via 5xi�� water view.  ���Jus* r. al a-er.-es Avail Dec  ' M m-M". #46  htmma 2 pdnn. townhouse in  JCXtrr :,rxxa, "ir Jan 1 to May  I MMM 886-e3059 #46  i yar. mtur'-.r -ouse Pender  ttnoj Jim rrrto t. mess.  VsVsmlt. #45  t$ truces tor construction  ������������! M&705I HE  ���ton tor rent  stared accom-  aaamm at-w      #46  iceorna 3 bedroom, fully tur-  ���wae rfowe home with view, in  Same Par* 885-9507        145  Watertront house December  tst/90 $900 per month Phone  886-9587 #47  Room for rent Share home  ettefi-9778 evenings. #45  Help Wanted  Required immed.. Front Counter  & Laundry person. Willing to  learn drycleaning. Apply at  Leprachon Drycleaning, Dolphin  Mini Mall, behind Pronto's ll.  885-2278. #45  Help Wanted  PHARMASAVE  is looking  for extra part-time Post Olfice Christmas help. Experience necessary. Please  bring your resume and apply  in person on TNosey, me.  6. between 10 am ��� 3 pm.  Ask lor Debbie  SALES CLERK REWIRED  Expanding progressive lamily  shoe store requires part-time  sates oriented person. Training  offered Respond by resume lo:  Box 1175. Gibsons. BC VON 1V0.  #45  National lood company requires  pan-time driver sates person,  (approx.) 30 hours a week for the  Sunshine Coast area Apply to  Box 352. c/o Coast News. Box  460. Gibsons. BC VON IVO  #45  Permanenl part-lime marina  located in Secret Cove, open year  round, requires 2 part-time  ' general office clerks/receptionist  duties lo include typing, filing,  sales support and telephone, gd.  communication skills and outgoing personality an asset. Send  resume to Box 2. Buccaneer, Site  RRI. Hallmoon Bay. BC VON 1Y0  or phone 885-7888. #46  Chambermaids and waitress lor  Sunshine Lodge and Gibsons Inn.  Apply in person at Sunshine  Lodge. #.16  Malure lemale live-in companion  for 2-3 weeks lor female senior  citizen. 886-4933. #45  Waitresses  Bartend sr* A Cooks  Fullor >r> *-=>  PENINSULA MOTOR INN*886-2804  PENINSULA  Wanted, someone lo interview  sports fishermen until end of  Match, poss. longer. 30 to 40 hrs  per wk.. some shift work. Need  own reliable transp.. $6.55 per  hr. For more inlo. contact Lisa.  656-0127. #45  Attention: Earn up to $800 per  week working al home. Hundreds  ol companies need your help.  Amazing recorded message  reveals details. 1-206-298-8075.  #50  Part-time dispatchers required for  progressive new cab co.  885-3666. #47  The Sunshine Coasl Cab Company still needs drivers. Class 4  required. 885-3666. #47  Gibsons  PHARMASAVE  is now  hiring Christmas staff for  part-time weekend positions. Please bring your  resume in and apply in person on Thursday, Nov. 6  between 10 am - 3 pm.  Ask lor Debbie.  Attention: Earn up to $800 or  more/week working at home.  100's of companies need your  help. Amazing recorded message  reveals details. 1-206-298-8075  Ext. H25. #45  Short Order Cook for weekends  and evenings. Apply Gilligans  Pub 885-4148. #45  Work P/T or F/T Irom home taking orders. Susan 1-736-5571,  886-7666. #45  Parsons well-acquainted In community to set up Party-Plan  Christmas Parties. $5/par1y plus  bonus. Gills $2 up. Call  885-7844 room 8, 8-10pm.  #45  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  pM in Gibsons  needs help with the overload  ol goods in the Initial period.  The depot is opening Nov. 3.  Computer knowledge is  needed lo help wilh a local  organization's bi-monthly  newsletter. This would be an  excellent opportunity to meet  new conlacts and expand  existing computer  knowledge.  TkfHt Store In Gibsons needs  help on Thursdays &  Fridays.  Intermedials Care Homa  needs help with the Thursday bus ride, lunch is included and il's a.good opportunity to meet new people  and socialize while helping.  Far these and aim apper-  Vttentoer Action Centre at  888-8881.  Desperately Making day care (or  2 boys, 5 & 7 tor after school.  885-3792. M*  On/cara Assistant, soma ECE or  mated experience preferable.  Part-time, possible full-time. Can  886-3913 for appointment.   #47  OARE WORKER  For intensive, one-to-one work  with youth on probation, Sunshine Coast. Skilled in working  with youth, preferably In correctional environment. Self-  motivated, able to work highly  flexible hours. Union position.  Competitive wage/benefits.  Drivers licence. Subject to security clearance. Resumes by Nov.  11 to Director. DARE Program.  Pacific Legal Education Association. 4585 East Hastings Street,  Burnaby, B.C. VSC 2K3.      #45  Part-time person required for  video department at Kerns Home  Furnishings. No experience  necessary. Will train. Bonuses  paid for evening ship 4pm-9pm.  18 years ol age. Apply in person  only. #TFN  Mill workers Bayside Sawmills  Ltd. require mikll workers lor second shift, no experience required, but applicants must be  willing to learn lumber grading.  Please call 884-5355.  #46  SALES CLERK REQUIRED  Expanding progressive lamily  shoe store requires part-time  sales oriented person. Training  offered. Respond by resume to:  Box 1175, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  #45  Business &  Home Services  Confidential, complele small  business accounting. From  clerical to financial statements.  Typing, payrolls, tax returns, tax  available. Seaview Business Services. #7 Seaview Place  6-8892. #45  Less than 60 days lo Christmas'  Call now for pro. cleaning fob.  Within the week service.  885-6335 (mess). #45  Throwing a Mmm Party?11  Buffet, BBO, A La Carte, relax  and enjoy your company. A taste  lor Ihe palate. For Ihe personal  louch, call In Htm Catering  885-3435. #45  "The Rool Itettor"  Quality roofing  and  repairs.  Shake, shingle, dock, siding,  malnt., sealing. Reasonable and  guaranteed. 885-4190.      #49  Attention, now on the Sunshine  Coast. Able Walker Ltd.. Sales &  Service. Deliver lo your homo!  Repairs In your home! Call Chuck  Tkachuk 885-6108. #46  MOBILE UNISEX HAIRSTYLING  Curls, colours, cuts for the whole  lamily In your home. Call Paulette  Collins 886-8633. Book your  X-mas perms now! #46  Hydraulic wood splitter available,  ���puts up lo 24". For Info  885-2157, #46  CERTIFIED HORTICULTURIST  Garden maintenance, pruning  dtalgn and Installation.  666-4557. #48  Comptete kitchen & bathroom  remodelling. Custom Cabinets.  Estimates 885-3259. #47  '29.  Business &.  Home Services  praussras  ���amain.  Topping - Lmtjmg ��� Danger Trie  Removal.   Insured.  Guaranteed  Wbrk. Free esomates. 885-2109  TFN  will do errands in Vancouver  Open to your rwnjtrenents I can  save you a trip. Inlormalion: Rob  886-3822 Reterences        HI  SALES CLtW REOUHtEO  Expanding progressive family  shoe store requires part-time  sales oriented parson. Training  ottered. Respond by resumr to  Box 1175. Gibsons. BC VON 1V0  #45  No-Uo f��ii|Mll  cleaned and polished tubs and  showers, look years newer. Free  estimates 885-3360 Hi  Need working drawings lor  ���renovatioins or additions -  custom home design ��� garages  Free consultation Nick  885-8346  #47  Work Wanted  ,  H0nie PROFESSIONAL  m STEAM CLEANING  Carpels fflki  Upholstery fl 1AI  POWER1UI truck Mouretso 1  EOUIPUSNl  BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE ���>  886-3823  t IHVISIOII Of Xt�� eXVJM  .usrieoMovieotei  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Phone an. 6pm.  886-7830. TFN  Experienced carpenter/handyman available for additions,  renovations, repairs, new construction, also minor plumbing  and electrical. 883-2898.     #45  OOYOUNEEO  Landscape maint.. weedeating,  brush cutting, rubbish removal,  hedge trimming, window  washing, firewood. Skip's  Maintenance Service. 885-2373.  #45  Odd lobs, gutters cleaned, yard  work, minor elect. & plumbing,  no job too small. Rick 885-9899.  #45  Local  carpenter available tor  renovations, additions, finishing  work. Brad Benson 886-2558.   p��5  B&D Renovations, additions,  decks, painting & welding, one  call will do It all. 885-3617.  #45  Nurse will care tor sick, elderly or  handicapped, in their home.  Hourly, daily or over-night rales.  885-6235. #46  Reliable man/men available lor  fall clean-up, other day jobs, Gibsons, Roberts Creek. Rob  886-3822. #46  Unique new service will do Vancouver errands to your requirements. Information Rob  886-3822. References.       #47  Handyman: Need It done? All jobs  looked at. no job too small or loo  big, satisfaction guaranteed,  reasonable rates, W.H.Y. Alan  886-8741. m\m      #46  Child Care  Mo% Mouse Daycare  Spaces available  18 Months to  school age Fun-Hied, canng environment  with   ECE  certiM  stafl Phone 886-3913 #45  Mature responsible N/S adult to  care in my home W SecheR lor 6  month old daughter Starting  Jan'91. Mon Fn 84. some  housekeepeng and meal preparation Relerences. Please call  Janice 885-7006. #46  32.  Business  Opportunities  Mother of one will sit in our  home. Monday - Friday.  886-8287. 447  Wanted, occasional weekday  babysitter for deiighttui one year  ok) girl. 886-3071 #47  Slan now - Local Amway  distributor oilers opportunity for  good earnings You pick the  hours, we assist you For appointment call 885-7144 or  886-9479 #50  From $0 to $12,000 monthly in  12 months lime' Easy profitable professional home-  based business Don't be tell  behind, your time is money1  Send sell-addressed, sell-  stamped envelope tor info to:  Kontakl. Dept 110. PO Box  6567, Stn. J, Ottawa. Ont. K2A  3Y7. #46  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Contract No. 28.113  Construction ol Payno Road  CALL FOR TENDERS  Sealed tenders clearly marked 'Contract No. 28-113". Tend*  for (instruction ot e��ayne Road Reservoir, will be received by  Ihe unoersigned up to 2:00 p.m. local time on November 19,  1990 and will be openeo in public al that time and dale.  The work comprises tne conslruction ol a rranlorced concrete  reservoir and related appurlenances.  Contract documents and drawings may be obtained al the oflices of the undersigned and at the offices ol Dayton & Knight  Ltd . Consulting Engineers, 626 Clyde Avenue. West Vancouver, B C . V7V 3N9. upon payment ol twenty-live dollars  IS25.00I which sum will be refunded on return of the  documents in good condition within thirty (30) days ol receipt ol  tenders  The lowest oi any tender will not necessarily be accepted, and  tne award ol contract will be subiect to tunas being legally  available  Mr L.D Jardine  Secietary  Sunshine Coast Regional District  5477 Wharf Road  Sechell. B C  VON 3A0  Notice Board  Gibsons Business�� Protesslonil Women's Group next meeting Nov 5 at 6 pm al  Bonniebrook Lodge. Guest speaker Alison Leduc on recycling. For inlo Carol Service 885-9297  Sechelt Concerned Citizens Assoc. All-Candidates Meeting Mon. Nov 5 al 7 pm  al Rockwood Centre. Everyone welcome. For inlo 885-5141.  Coast Potters' Guild - general meeling 7:30 pm Mon.. Nov. 5. home ol Rosemarie  McLennan. For inlo 886-3556.  Sunshine Coast Spinners t Weavers Guild Nov. meeting Mon. Nov 5 at 7 30  pm at 292 Headlands Rd.. Gibsons. For inlo 886-7102 or 885-3866.  Pender Harbour Power 8 San short course. Madeira Paik Legion Hall. Nov. 18  1:30-4:30. Pre-register 883-2745 or 883-9525.  The Hopkins Branch ol SI. Mary's Hospital auxiliary meeting Thurs.. Nov 15 at  1:30 pm al the Ark at Camp Sunrise New members mosl welcome.  Hopkins Branch ol St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Christmas bdke Sale Nov 16 at  9:30 am Sunnycrest Mall. "Let us do your baking."  Sechelt Branch of St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary annual general meeling Nov. 19  at 11:30 am Sechell Legion Hall, Lunch al 12, reporls, new executive. Regular  monthly meeling Thurs.. Nov. 8 al 1:30 pm at St. Hilda's. We welcome all  members and guests.  Powell River S.C. Liberal Riding Assoc, general meeting Nov. 18 at 1 pm Jolly  Roger Inn. New members welcome. For inlo 685-9491.  AH Candidates Forum lor School Trustees. Wed., Nov. 14 al 7:30 pm Sechell  Elementary School gym, sponsored by Ihe S.C. Teachers' Assoc.  Sunshine Coast Peace Committee meeting Mon. Nov 12 at 7:30 pm at Roberts  Creek School Library. Everyone welcome.  M.E. Support Group meeting Tues.. Nov. 6 at 6:30 pm. at Gibsons Health Centre. 721 Winn Rd.. behind the P 0 Dr Bayley to discuss a naturopathic approach  to CFIDS. Anyone interested is welcome to attend. For inlo 886-3120.  Remembrance Day Parade on Sunr. Nov 11 leaves from Roberls Creek Elementary school al 10:30 am. Service begins at 10:45 am followed by a dedicalion  ceremony in Ihe Roberts Creek legion Hall.  Let The  Clabsiiieds  Work For  You!  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Sidowatks. driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aqgreqdle linishing.  ���emmaam*j^mmmWm^ _ ��� ....  ""     '   '"  "mt li|MIHp**l y  ELECTRICAL CONTR  Class A  Electrical  Contractors  readide (Ltectric Jtj  Residential - Commercial - Industrial  Box 467, Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  886-3308  MIDWAY'POWEff  SERVICES LTD  Private 8 Industrial Electrical Contractor  High I Low Voltage Power Lines  Reg. No. 16135 QB3-9483  ���nlrictoA I  ines       JI  EXCAVATING  "A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  ��� Excevellng ��� Backfilling - Trenching ���  Drainage ��� Clearing ��� Retaining Walla ��� Paving Stones  ^CLARKE FULLER 886-8538     '^jgjigjvS,  Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  e DRAINAGE DITCHES  e EXCAVATIONS  e WATEB LINES Ot 410 4X4   .  e clearing        Steve Jones  Selective Logging  Land Clearing  Excavations  I We Buy Timber  885-3924  885-7487  J.T.R. Trucking  Dump Truck Rental  Sand, Qravel & Blaated Rock Sales  R.R. #1 Bay Rd. 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Crenel i Top Soil  George 885-7553 or Emery 885-4854  CENTURY ROCK  ST     SS      885-5910  D A J EXCAVATING  1990 Track Excavator  C/W Dozer, Ripper, 2 Buckets  3127 BEACH AVE.,     -���-��-_     EVENINGS  V.ROBERTS CREEK      885-6139 a* J  Ran CONSTRUCTION  Reliable 8. Reasonable ��� No Job Too Small  DRYWALL - RENOVATIONS  Jay     886-9662     Paul  S.T.K. EXCAVATING LTD.  Residential ��� Commercial  Induitrial - eland Clearing  Serving the Coast tor 20 Years  "We pride ourselves on punctuality"  Boa 1791, Gebanu. B.C. VOW IVO.,  VAM-9020  DVETSKY mb^  it mim  LAURIE LACOVETSKY  886-2835  Riildintltl I  Comfflirc.il  Construction      CONSTRUCTION!  Renovations e Additions  Gibsons. B.C.  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*  PLUMBING  Sr  I OAST  ��� 24 Hour Service  ��� New Construction  ��� Renovations  ��� Free Estimates  ��� Seniors' Discount  UMBING Dean Hunt  Bo> 7.1. Glbaona. B.C. VON WO 886-8344  ILU  COASTLINE  CRANE  SERVICE  HOURLY 4 FLAT HATES  HIAB 5 Ton Lift  Rear Mount  Tandem Axle  14 Ton Peyload  aae-7227  1178 Stewart Rd., Gibsons, Oil North Rd.  lor the Professional  and the Homeownet  \dn  V    RENT-IT!  /        CANADA INC.  HI    TOOLS ft EQUIPMENT  VS540 Inlet Ave., Sechelt       888  PLUMBINQ �� HKATINQ  * Naw Houms  ���> Renovation*  Now Serving Tht Sunshine Coast  1-MO-8781 LEAVE MESSAGE  B48y  HEATING  ' * ' General Garden Maintenance  Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  Rock Walls & Rockeries  Senior's Discount ��� Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  Ga^S ��� PELLET* WOOD  Complete Salt k hutattatloiu  SHOWROOM Open Tuee.-8at.  ^ 1356 Whari Rd. (acroarj Irom Bui Depot) 885-7171 j  i  i  i  i1  f* bc ferries Schedule I  VANCOUVI-R   SECHELT PfNINSUL*  Lv. Langdale Lv. Horseshoe Boy  6:20 am      2:30 pm 7:30 am      3:30 pm  8:30 NT       4:30 9:30 M       5:30 M  10:30 6:30 11:30 7:25 M  12:25 pm M 8:20 M 1:15 pm      9:15  EARLS COVE   SaMTtBVBAV  Lv. Earls Cove Lv. Saltery Bay  6:40 am      4:30 pm 5:45 M   . 3:30 pm  8:20 6:30 7:35 5:30 M  10:30 8:30 9:25 M     7:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M 1130      8:30  I  ���NOTI: TNea arid ba aa  "fatt rarrf" eeeea M  ������atari 1 Hmteis  088-0118  lor inlormation.  commaeils & complaenli  ROUTE 1  (via Nome Rd t Saacol, Oemr Pt > franklin. Lo'<et. Bul Slop!  Depert ArrhH  5:45 1:45  7:45 3:48  9:45 8:40  11:45 7:40  6:10  Ferry Ter.   8:10  10:10  11:10  1:10  4:10  0:10  0:10  Gibsons Bus Schedule  ���Connecti 0:10 Firry ran  ROltt!  (��ia Bemnimomi. WeMaaak. SC MoTm Horn Park]  "���HT Arrive  * 7:00' 1:00       MM 7:30  9:00   0:00 930  11:00   7:00 <,$  ':0* 1:10  3:10  0:11  7:30  Mm thN lltbflCl M F8T| ���C'tMt  FARES  Out ol Town  In town  MuM Seniors Children Stud. Comm. Tickeli  $t.50 S1.00 .75 $,.00 Sl.��/,ldi  ���'���' '5     .75        75  These transportation schedules sponsored hy  SummlR9mm  INSURANCE  886*2000  TRAVEL  886-9255  TreM  l Red Carpet Service From Filtndlt Prolntiontlt In Sunnycrest Mtn, GIAeoni. m Coast News, Novembers, 1990  29.  Recent high winds blew down this tree near Egmont.  ���Am Cook ptoto  Services  Directory  HEATING  fpnopmi ^s. r*^^Nflt citf\  Ptnlnaulo Gos  Olav Camlem 885-7340  LLATION CONV  MCE APPLIA  m im, skMi, vm sm  CLEANING  -Certltted- 886-8554  ICO LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality BB. Q's  8052360  Hwy 101. across SI.  Irom Big Mac's, Sechelt  ��� HOME IMPROVEMENTS ���  Vinyl Siding.  DEAL WITH AN ESTABLISHED LOCAL COMPANY  ALWEST  HOME  SERVICES  BOX 864, SECHELT, B.C.  VON 3A0  WRAY LINDERS 885-4572  VINYL SIDINQ-SOFFIT FASCIA  DOOR & WINDOW CONVERSIONS-RENOVATIONS  Wt htvt references       SUNSHINE KITCHEN  . CABINETS ���  886-9411  MShtsmoom Kern's Pltat.Hwy J01  Open Tuaaday to Saturday 10-4 pm  \ SALES m INSTALLATION  * Commercial & Residential *  ��� Carpet & Resilient Flooring*  �������*���*�������   phone   ********  sSopp'nG   SHOWROOM at Mf-aiM  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  Tuat.-Frl. 12:30-8pm, Sat. OtOO-Opm  W8 FLOOR STORf AT TOUR OOOR .____  MARINE SERVICES  Sg^^rude*  ��� Volvo,'.  * Salt Waler Licences^!;  * Motel ta Campsites  * Water Taxi  * Marine Repairs        * Ice and Tackle    (WS-22M  w  UTHERLAND   .-��  E-Z LOADER  V   808-1118 finder HuOeeir  /a^iiffiat  mmmtm   Cottrell'8 Marliw S��rvlcJ\  Qmi SERVICE TO Al L MAKES  ���jj*      Sptcltlitmg In kttrt Outbotrt,  ^***8^W^t>'     < slern dtlvt rebuilding  DIVER WT Located at  BOAT        ���       Smilly's Marina, Qibsont  HAULING     . SHOP.000-7T1t    RES.  MARINE SERVICES  Bu  mccaneer  Marina (>> resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 885-7888  PARTS  K i C Thermoglass &  Cobra Boals now  In-Stock  [OUTBOARDS  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 vears  SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886 2622 or 885-3930  ���  MISC SERVICES  WEST COAST RAILINGS^  Sg^hejjwSjWiJnegiateit  Aluminum Reltngi  Commercial ft Remdentlel leatellettons  .FIIEEEmMATtt.  B0.2SM lENROeaWteON  . SadeaUaC VON 3*0 Ht8it.M8T0V  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAIN8AW LTD  731 NORTH ROAD   886^9iT;  JACOBSEN FEEDS  ���3462 Norwest Bay Road  888-9369       Your Authorized Peeler]  We carry a complete line of  Animal Feeds & Supplies      the growing peoplej  DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LTD.  Burglary - Fire  Music ft Sound ��� Intercoms       Don Watson  RR#4S15C17 Bul. 886-9144  Gibsons. B.C. Hei. 886-3304,  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  al 886 2622 or 885-3930  (GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & Beams  Chris Nepper 800-3400  R.RJ4, SS. C78,  jJIbeons, B.C. VON tVO  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & QIBSONS  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Welding Supplies  ��� Hydraulic Hose & Fillings  ��� Misc. Industrial Products  Gibsons 886-2480 v     fflrart M9.73B7  Port Mellon 884-5303     V,n> Dlrect M*7387  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across from Kenmad  Foreshore Task Force  discusses lease application  by Rose ISekfcohoa  An April application for a  Crown .land lease in Swhdt Inlet came up for discussion again  at the October 30 meeting of the  Foreshore Advisory Task Force  (FATF) meeting.  The application, by Norm  Angell of Pacific Range  Shellfish, is for a one third hectare panel of land bdween  Tuwanek Point and Nine Mile  Point in Sechelt Inlet and lies at  the base of Mount Richardson,  (which is currently under review  by the Ministry of Forests as a  protected area).  Angell plans to have a house  and other small buildings on the  Cancer  Society  elects  execs  Connie Hobbs was elected  president of the Sunshine Coast  Unit of the Canadian Cancer  Sociely at the annual meeling  held on Monday, October IS.  Also named were past president Lynne Munro; secretary  Joan Crockett; treasurer Kay  Hatcher. Standing committee  chairmen are: education, Mark  Myers; fundraising, Flora Sim;  publicity, Anne Cargyle;  emergency aid, Margaret Paine;  Cansumount, Anne Moore;  Reach to Recovery, Fran  Ovens; In Memorian, Mary  Goudin; mail drop, Alice  Horsman.  Support groups meet in  Sechelt under the direction of  Hilary Holliday and Rosemary  Almond and in (jibsons, contacts are Gladys Sluis and  Dorothy White.  Speaker at the meeting was  Diane Stevenson, division chairman of the District Education  Cmmittee of the CCS in BC,  which is made up of all six  district chairmen.  Stevenson spoke on the role  of ihe Cancer Society volunteer  in educating the public on the  programs available to them.  site and wants to rate chickens  and ducks and plant a vegetable  garden.  Elise Rudland, operator of  nearby Porpoise Bay Shellfish  farm, told FATF members that  she is concerned that Angcll's  plans could significantly increase the pollution that is  becoming a serious proble-m to  oyster fanners in the Inlet.  "We have recently had two  shipments of oysters rejected  because of high e.coli counts,"  she said. "We ehave operated  our farm for 10 yeevs, and until  rewntly have only had one  other shipment rejected.  "The fecal count in the inlet  is steadily increasing. Our bay is  one of the best spots in the  whole inlet for off-bottom tray  culture of oysters, but the pollution is becoming a serious problem."  Rudland went on to say that  thwe is a trend for applications  for oyster farm lease from people who have no intention of using the peropeoty for oyster  growing, but instead use the  sites as recreation properties.  "They should be required to  post some sort of a performance  bond, and show evidence of  'diligent use'," she declared.  "That matter of 'diligent use' is  often ignored."  Jim Wilkinson and Trevor  Kirby backed up Rudland's  statements and suggested that  operatots of abandoned fish  farms who leave behind unwanted equipment, and recreational boats that are not equip-  p��*d with holding tanks, are  both contributors to the problem.  It wps agreed that a letter be  sent to the Ministry of  Agriculture and Fisheries asking  that closer attention be paid to  the proposed uses of oyster  farm leases.  IF CREMATION IS  YOUR CHOICE  WHY NOT PREPLAN  YOUR  FUNERAL NEEDS?  eOoes your family know what your personal feelings are about  your funeral needs? Of course, it's natural everyone wants lo  avoid talking about his or her funeral arrangements before their  time. However, people's attitudes are refreshingly more open to  dealing with Ihese matters as we quickly approach the 1990's.  Today, people are preplanning iheir 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 Ihis important tasl   Call us today for further informalion.  WE HAVE ALL THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE  FOR YOUR NEEDS  Contact Dan Devlin at 806-9551 today regarding PREPLANNING.  ll  Funstai  Aiiociotion  579 Seaview Rd���  Box 648  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9551  Does the thought  of going to church  still give you a  pain in the neck?  You may be surprised to see how much the church has changed.  The way of dressing for services is more comfortable and so is the  style of worship. So come prepared to relax, free from life's  restrictions, and let the most important part of you breathe again.  Show your spirit. Come back to church.  The Anglican Church  For more information call 684-6306 30.  Coast News, Novembers, 1990  rnT^t*  if  h   Cr ���  ���^  HP  |r  Wm     1 k ^  1 -    *f:                 "'''      '-  1                                                           1-''^'                        .   '.   ���������ef* '   '  ���'>��������   '4  Cii��ss Where  The musl 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 <M0, Gibsons by Saturday of this week. Last  week's winner was Jason Ruck of Gibsons, who correctly identified the sign at Davis Bay.  Live aboards raise  pollution concerns  (FATF) by Trevor Kirby, who  stressed that he was not against  live-aboards but cautioned that  "We should be looking at some  kind of regulation that prohibits  this practice instead of trying to  do something about it after it  has happened."  FATF Chairman Gordon  Wilson told members that the  Minister of the Environment  had promised that the province  would soon be bringing in  legislation that would require all  pleasure boats to have holding  tanks. "But I haven't seen this  happening yet," said Wilson.  "It means too," he continued, "that there will have to  be pump-out facilities all up and  down the coast. American  boaters complain that there is  no place for them to empty their  tanks. Presumably, they just  empty them wherever they can.  "This Task Force could set  something in motion to address  the problem. It affects several  different jurisdictions,���the  Ministry of Environment,  Fisheries and Oceans, and  regional and municipal govern-  by Rose Nicholson  The high cost of housing is  prompting more and more people to look for alternative living  arrangements. For many, this  has come to mean the almost  idyllic solution of living in a  floating home. The rent is nonexistent, (or very cheap), there's  no lawns to mow, and the view  is great.  These 'live-aboards', as they  have come to be known, can be  power boats, sail boats, house  boats or float houses. They are  tied up at floats, docks, wharves  and marinas all over the coast,  and although the residents of  these floating homes may think  they have found the perfect way  to live, they are beginning to  create a serious problem.  There .are no regulations in  BC (as there are in the US) that  require boats to have holding  tanks, so most of these vessels  are discharging raw sewage into  their watery front yards.  The matter was brought up at  the October 30 meeting of the  Foreshore Advisory Task Force  Delays for 'Discovery*  Municipal engineers fear Gower Pt. Road damage  by EBen Frith  More delays are in store for  the Sunshine Coast Maritime  History Society in its Discovery  Project as Gibsons Council  decided at last week's Co-  mmittee-of-the-Whole meeting  that municipal engineers should  look at the possibility of Gower  Point Road sustaining some  damage if there are heavy rains  this winter. According to an October 23 report from  Superintendent of Public  Works Wilbert Fair, the  drainage preparations on site at  Gibsons waterfront park were  done "without aquiring prior  permission   or   being  profes  sionally sized."  In his report, Fair recommends a bond of $25,000 be set  for restoration of the site if the  Discovery project is not completed. However, because of apparent changes to the original  SCMHS plan, Alderman John  Reynolds said, "it was not a  figure we can make a dwision  on."  According to Clerk Administrator Lorraine Goddard,  the Sexiety has shelved plans for  a retaining wall along the bank  below Gower Point Road and,  therefore, are now proceeding  with a plan which is not officially approved.  Mayor Diane Strom said: "I  fed it's (the park) is a mess right  now and I'm pleased there isn't  going to be a retaining wall. I'm  still not pleased with the site.  There's a lot of ground water.  We almost lost part of the road  c-ecause of that water."  Town Planner Rob Buchan  said Ik felt the work "that has  been done for the protection of  ���Gower Point Road has not been  done properly".  "Given the uncertainty of the  project we should give some  assurances the road will stand  up to a heavy winter," he added.  Alderman Lilian Kunstler  argued the park was in much  better condition than it was  before and that the Society held,  in fact, consulted engineer  Doug Roy in regards to the  work done.  According to Goddard, none  of the work so far has damaged  Gower Point Road and site  said: "We don't feel the road  was in danger."  The recommendation from  the meeting stated no further  construction was to take place  without an approve engineering and site plan and that  Gower Point Road be examined.  "The Society should be  notified immediately,"  Reynolds said.  Unique In Canada  Ribbon snipped on Coastal Strategy  by Rose Nicholson  Ribbon cutting ceremonies to  mark the completion of a project take many forms. Usually  the ribbon is proudly stretched  across the new road or the new  building, or whatever,���and the  political dignitaries with a great  flourish of decorated scissors  make the symbolic snip that  marks the end of a great deal of  effort by many people, and the  new facility is officially open for  business.  Last week in Sechelt there  was a ribbon cutting ceremony  of a slightly different sort. The  bright red ribbon was tied  around a slim 30-page book,  because it wasn't possible to  stretch a ribbon across Sechelt  Inlet.  The title of the book is The  Secheit Inlets Coastal Strategy,  and it marks the completion of  a study that is unique in  Canada.  Three years ago, the Sunshine  Coast Regional District created  the Foreshore Advisory Task  Force (FATF) and gave it the  responsibility of resolving'the  many conflicting issues that Had  begun to develop among the  various interests concerned with  the inlet.  The 13 member team, made  up of representatives from  government, industry and the  community, along with consultant Catherine Berris and her  assistant Brian Pearson, embarked on a detailed study of  the inlet that was to cover such  issues as foreshore development, upland use and environmental concerns. They in-  vestigatd the impact on the inland waters of aquaculture,  tourism and recreation, forestry  and the ever increasing trend of  home building along the shores.  For nearly three years, the  task force met to discuss the  complex issues. They consulted  with everyone that was in any  way involved with the life of the  inlet. They made a detailed  study of the environment, striving always, by a process of  discussion and consensus, to  come up with solutions in a way  that Catherine Berris recently  described as "a remarkable example of cooperative endeavour." ,  Following the initial study,  the task force then developed  detailed guidelines that will  become a blueprint for the uses  of the whole inlet, and the result  is the small book presented to  last ' week's  meeting  of the  FATF.  Sp<eaking at the recent 2020  forum in Sechelt, Catherine  Berris said, "This study is unique. There isn't anything like it  in Canada. The most remarkable thing about it is, that it was  initiated here. It wasn't  something that was imposed on  the Coast from outside."  Now that the Sechelt Inlet  study is complete, the FATF has  begun to consider another project. Task Force Chairman Gordon Wilson has proposed that  the next area that should be  looked at is the Agamemnon  Channel/Blind Bay/Nelson  Island area at the mouth of Jervis Inlet.  Candidates  in Pender  The Pender Harbour Chamber of Commerce All Candidates Meeting will be held Monday, November 12 at 3 pm  at the Pender Harbour Community Hall.  A picture ia worth  CUSTOM  ENLARGEMENTS  The ideal Christmas gift  Colour: 5x7 up to 20x24  VOLUME RATES on all custom  colour photo orders Irom same  negative  Black & While: 3Vix5 up to  16x20  ORDER EARLY  MAKE  tais  CARDS  ' with your favourite photos  5x7 custom prints from same negative  25 & over ��� 90{  each  BEAUTIFUL CARDS designed for mounting photos -  now in stock  SPECIAL PRICES WITH PHOTO ORDERS  To provide you with even better service,       v  we have extended our hours from now 'til Christmas  MON. - SAT., 10 am ��� 5:30 pm  E. & E. Photography Lab  287 Gower Point Rd., Gibsons 886-4586  ments.'  RE-ELECT LYNN CHAPMAN  on  November 17  School Trustee  Rural Area 2  ��� INTEGRITY  ��� LEADERSHIP  ��� EXPERIENCE  X  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, November 21 and Thursday, November 22  Sunshine Coast Regional District Olfice  5477 Wharf Street, Sechelt  To book an appointment in Sechelt/Gibsons for one-on-one  discussions of your business proposals and ideas, contact:  The Government Agents Office In Sechelt,  Phone: 885-5187 or fax: 885-3710  Creating a Climate for Growth.  Harold Long, MLA  Honourable Stanley B. Hegen  Minister ol Regional .ind Economic Development  UfaUvdVlHk  ���**\J<-W'  ...,.���...-,, '4..A  "TT'^ '-���'������---���--���..���������   -.-.����>���  :s.���**��.* ���. - *~-a ~-..������'T'**j*WiL",T.:-.  i-xsaa

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