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 LaSaUBLA 11 Vt 1IBKAKV  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  ���te.1  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  October 12,1992 Volume 46 Issue 41  Doctors upset with Skelly's clinic moves  by Jane Seyd  Ray Skelly. federal MP for the Sunshine Coast, says it's strictly a self-  defence manoeuvre.  But Coast doctors say Skelly's plan  lo start a medical society which would  pay physicians on salary is both insulting and confusing.  Last week, Skelly announced his  plan to start a community society on the  Sunshine Coast, which would hire doctors for a fixed annual rate, to provide  an alternative should private practitioners decide to "opt out" of the provincial  medical services plan and bill their  patients directly.  "What's being proposed here is pec-  Wilson  speaks  out at  MP argues service concerns are justified  pie can't be held to ransom by physicians opting out," said Skelly. "To my  way of thinking it is just an unconscionable thing to do."  Skelly said under his plan, an elected  society would buy equipment for a clinic with a start up grant from the provincial government, then hire a doctor on  salary. The society would then bill the  government on a fee-for-service basis.  During the dispute between doctors  and the government this summer, Skelly said he heard a lot of concern and  fear expressed by constituents, some of  whom said doctors were already cutting  back on services, such as renewing regular prescriptions over the phone. "I  think those fears are justified," said  Skelly.  Currently, he said, patients feel helpless and vulnerable in the face of such  disputes. A community board, he said,  "really gives patients a lot more  power."  Coast doctors, meanwhile, say  they're bewildered by the proposal, and  speculate the only power being gained  through the plan is by Skelly as a politician.  To start with, nobody is about to opt  out of the regular medical services plan,  say doctors.  "As far as 1 know, nobody's even  thinking about it," said Dr. lohn Farrer  in Sechelt.  "We don't know where it's coming  from," said Dr. lim Petzold in Gibsons.  "It's obviously a concept of Ray Skelly  himself...! think it's an insult."  forum  by Jane Seyd  At times it resembled a college political science class as  members of the audience  flipped to sections of the constitutional accord, some taking  notes while Gordon Wilson  offered point by point explanations.  At others, it took on the tone  of a campaign for higher political aspirations as the Sunshine  Coast MLA,and Opposition,  Leader delivered'h speech on  "one nation indivisible" to loud  audience applause.  On Thursday night, Wilson  took time out from discussions  with Clyde Wells, Pierre  Trudeau and his own fractured  Liberal caucus to hold a public  forum in his home riding at the  Sechelt legion hall.  And while he told the  approximately 100 people who  turned up to the meeting he  wasn't there to tell them how to  vote, Wilson's own position  against the Charlottetown  agreement was clearly supported by most people who came  out - a few sporting black "No"  buttons - to discuss the accord.  During the forum Wilson  did most of the talking, outlining for locals some of his personal concerns about the agreement.  Those included a reduction  in federal government power in  favour of the provinces; lack of  definition in sections of the  accord, including those concerning native self-government; and what Wilson said  was an erosion of individual  rights in favour of collectives:  "Francophone Quebec, aboriginals, and the rest of us."  "I have a major, major problem with this," he told the  forum. "My vision is not three  Canadas."  Among other criticisms,  Wilson called the Charlottetown Accord an incomplete  document which lacks the specific details which will be written into the legal text of the  amendment.  "Hollywood makes movies  based on novels...sometimes  they have completely different  endings," he said.  Aside from the content of  the deal itself, Wilson also had  plenty to say against politicians  who "wrap themselves in the  Canadian flag" and "predict  dire consequences" for a rejection of the agreement: "This  has been an enormously divisive process.  "1 don't believe Canada is  that fragile a country," he said.  "Canada will still be here on  Oct 27. Quebec isn't going to  go anywhere because it has  nowhere to go in my judgment."  turn to page 2  Ted Bowe (front) and Kenan Mackenzie practice for an open  invitational fox hunt (sans fox) to be held the morning of Oct. 17.  Thirty to 40 riders are expected to meet at Lockyer Road and  Hansen Road at 11 am to participate In an event which will pit  English riders against western. Interested riders may contact  Mackenzie at Ernie and Gwen's Drive in,        Joel Johnstone photo  Both Farrer and Petzold said as far  as they know, no doctors or other health  care groups on the Coast, such as home  support or the hospital board, had been  consulted by Skelly before he made his  announcement. And they questioned  how such a plan would work in practice.  "Where would the doctors come  from?" asked Petzold. "Do the residents  of the Sunshine Coast want lo be treated by doctors who couldn't get in anywhere else? 1 find the whole thing pretty upsetting."  Farrer said previous experience with  similar plans has not worked very well.  turn to page 21  Ferry  service  up for  debate  A long-awaited public meeting with representatives of the  BC Ferry Corporation has been  set up for Wednesday (Oct. 14),  giving residents the opportunity  to debate ferry service to the  Sunshine Coast.  The meeting, sponsored by  local government, will take  place in the Cedars Inn convention room beginning at 7:30 pm.  Three directors from the ferry  corporation and representatives  from all the local government  bodies are expected to attend.  Gibsons mayor Eric Small  said corporation officials agreed to the meeting during discussions at the recent Union of BC  Municipalities convention in  Vemon. "The ferry corporation  really does want to get input  from communities affected and  stop making decisions in isolation," he told council Tuesday.  Sechelt council seeks solution to loitering  by Stuart Burnside  The number of kids hanging  around downtown Sechelt is  getting out of hand, according      ^"���~"  to councillor Michael Shanks, and he wants  council to do something about it.  After raising the problem at last Wednesday's council meeting as a "matter of public  concern," Shanks asked council to create a  bylaw which would give the RCMP power  to clear the youths off the streets. "The problem seems to be becoming more and more  prevalent," he said, blaming the situation on  a lack of community recreation or activities  for young people.  Shanks said there were a couple of downtown areas where kids congregate, but near  the intersection of Wharf and Cowrie streets  was a particular concern. He added that  some residents were afraid to shop in the  area because of the number of youths.  Groups of youths spark concern  "These groups (of young people) can  swell lo 60 or 80 people in very short order,"  Shanks said, "and if we don't have some  kind of loitering bylaw in place then we  should certainly entertain the idea of creating one."  Mayor Nancy MacLarty said, while the  municipality had no loitering bylaw in place,  it would probably prove difficult to enforce  one once established. "If you ask people to  leave one corner because they're loitering,  then they move to another comer," she said.  She added, however, the matter of loitering youths had been discussed recently with  Sechell RCMP Staff Sgt. Cam Reid, who fell  a higher police presence might remedy the  problem.  "We discussed the possibility  of foot patrols," MacLarty said, "  Of creating more of a police pres-  ~~~~   ence on the street."  Administrator Art Lew said any move to  make a loitering bylaw should be done in  conjunction with the police to make sure it is  something that can be enforced. "We would  actually look to (the RCMP for enforcement)  more than our own bylaw enforcement officer," Lew said, "because of the potential  danger should things get out of hand."  Council agreed and a meeting is to be  scheduled wilh the RCMP.  According to MacLarty, there have also  been complaints about loud music coming  from the teenagers and about the litter that  accumulates where the teenagers do.  "There's more gum on that sidewalk than  there is concrete," MacLarly said of the area  near the Cowrie/Wharf intersection.  Voyage a Quebec - Students of Ecole Elementaire Gibsons put a shine on, raising close to $200  Sunday in the first of several fundraisers they hope will pay for a vbit to Quebec. The kids seek to  raise $30,000 and will hold car washes on alternating Saturdays and Sundays each week. They  will also hold bake sales every Tuesday and are collecting recyclable* throughout the community.  Joel Johnstone photo  District forest  manager Hughes steps  down after six months  The recently revolving door  to the district forest manager's  office spun again last week as  Russ Hughes, the "temporary"  replacement for the job departed after six months to work in  the Vancouver forest region.  Hughes, who had been acting forests manager since former manager Barry Mountain  was forced to step down this  spring, is now manager of integrated resources for the Vancouver region. In that job he  will oversee land use planning  for the region, including local  projects such as the Tetrahedron  Local Resource Use Plan.  Hughes said he considered  staying on in the position of  manager for the Sunshine Coast  forest district "very very seriously," but decided to return to  Vancouver because of other  personal interests there.  Hughes' change of position  was effective Oct. 5. "I got my  marching orders last week," he  said on Tuesday.  During his stint on the Sunshine Coast, Hughes said he  witnessed a similar climate of  opinion to that found in other  forest regions around the  province and noted Ihere  appeared to be "very articulate  and committed people" on all  sides of forestry debates. "They  appear to be thinking about the  impact of what they're saying."  Mike Lister, in the Powell  River forest service office, is  now acting district manager  while a competition for the  position continues. Interviews  for prospective forest managers  will likely be finished by the  end of the month.  -m-  Mtal  mm_ maM rsjews,, ��.*ttooer ia:, ivvj  Fall Special  !���        25% off Tanning Packages  20% off Perms  ,    10% off Streaks & Sculptured Nails  1AND1NG UNISEX  HAIR DESIGN       HM **S^S%  zieiws  Pender Harbour veteran dies at 76  free #iri<?/- ";:;;;:","  free fall make over  W  Independent Beauty I onsultanl. 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Haddock joined Ihe .linn to go  overseas in 1941 during WW II  As part of Ihe Westminister  Motor Regiment, "Haldy" (as he  was known lo army buddies)  was instrumental during one of  ihe firsl battles in Italy in 1943,  When lie was a nighl patrol and  guide through "unfriendly territory."  (ieorge Haddock 1916-1992  "He was an all round good  soldier," said Major Ian Douglas, Haddock's superior officer  in Italy. "He was very very cool  and   he   could   handle   any  machine." Haddock received  three medals for his service.  After the war, Haddock set  tled in Pender Harbour, where  he continued cutting shakes into  his 70s.  In one article written by  Richard Tomkies in 1978, Haddock appeared as a kind of  "woodsman of ihe west", leaning on a mallet handle beyond a  pile of glistening cedar shakes  in a clearing.  Haddock was also known as  an avid sport fisherman. "He  was always fishing al the end of  Hotel Lake," said sister-in-law  Alice Haddock.  Apparently one of his rather  unorthodox tricks was lo use  miniature marshmallows as  floats on his line.  Haddock is survived by his  brothers John Haddock and  Bruce Mcintosh, of Pender Harbour, and his mother Dorothy  Haddock of Burnaby.  A memorial service will be  held in the Pender Harbour  legion, Oct. 13 at 2 p.m.  Costs of garbage  disposal rising  We> Sail Newsprint  ,��� f       Roll Ends  .' '   Vrioufl���* torts and SlOemch  ��� In atbaona 01837 Cruice Lane  ��� In Sachet! at SS21 Cowrie St.  1  by Charles Hart  The cosl of residential  garbage collection in Gibsons  has jusl risen by about 50 per  cenl, bul residents won't feel the  pinch directly as it will be  buried in Iheir 1993 taxes. The  increase amounts lo between  $35,000 and $40,000 a year  additional revenue required lo  pay Ihe garbage bill.  The increase flows from a  new contract the town awarded  lasl week lo Sunshine Coast  Disposal Services after former  contractor Kelly Disposal Services went oul of business. A  report from administrator Dan  Legg found lhal Sunshine Coasl  garbage collection costs are 50  per cenl higher than comparable  BC municipalities.  Sunshine Coast Disposal  Services was the only bidder for  the town's new contract,  proposing'a monthly charge ei  $6,934 compared lo the previ-1  ous $3,750 per monlh charged  by Kelly.  Legg carried oul a cost comparison wilh municipalities of a  similar size and found ihe tendered Gibsons unit cosl of $4.95  to be above average, but on a  Foster Parents Help Build  Better Communities  OCTOBER IS FOSTER FAMILY MONTH-  THANK YOU BRITISH COLUMBIA FOSTER FAMILIES  FOR CARING ABOUT THE CHILDREN IN YOUR COMMUNITY.  Communities are built on  teamwork, and foster  parents are valuable  players. Foster parents  provide stable, loving homes  for children whose families are  experiencing difficulties. In  declaring October "Foster  Family Month", we are  pleased to acknowledge the  contribution that foster  families make to this province.  We are grateful for your  special skills and dedication  and we look forward to  continuing to work with you.  On behalf of all  British Columbiana,  Thank You!  Honourable Joan Smallwood  Minister of Social Services  Ministry of Social Services  B.C. Federation of  Foster Parent Associations  If you are interested in becoming a foster parent,  telephone toll-free 1-800-633-9999  par with the Dislricl of Sechell  and Ihe regional district. "The  conclusion to be drawn from  these comparisons is that residential garbage collection on  ther Sunshine Coast is more  expensive than Ihe comparative  areas by approximately 54 per  cent," legg said in his report.  He attributed the cosl discrepancies to the size of population on the Coasl, lack of competition, service difficulties and  distance lo the landfill site.  Council agreed wilh Legg's  recommendation to reject alternatives such as pulling the contract out to lender again or having Ihe municipality take over  service, in favour of awarding a  three-and-a- half year contract  to the bidder.  The expiry dale of December  I99f3*te)incides'*ith those of  Sechell and the SCRD. Al lhat  time,-the. three governments  may wish to combine ihe residential garbage collection service in Ihe interests of economy.  The new contract allows for  pick up of Iwo large containers  per week of garbage. Additional  trash will be picked up for a tag  cost of $1 per container.  Enumerators canvas  Sunshine Coast  by Jane Seyd  Between Oct. 2 and 7, there were several sightings on the Sunshine Coasl: on trails, old roads, and the mysterious driveways of  unmarked houses. For some, they jusl left signs they had been  there; footprints on the path and papers stuck in doorways. Others  had face lo face conlact: close encounters of the enumerating kind.  For Ihe 43 people who actually had the task of tallying local  residents for Ihe upcoming referendum on the constitutional  accord, Ihe job was mostly hard work as they boldly went into  rural areas where no house number or burl sign had been before.  "All Ihe areas were extremely large," said Gay Shanks, local  co-ordinator of enumerating al the Elections Canada office in  Sechelt. Over the six-day period, each enumerator tallied between  250 and 450 people.  To gel on the voters list for Ihe referendum, you had to be 18 or  over, a Canadian citizen, and a permanent resident of the Sunshine  Coast. Those who were missed can phone the local elections office  and get on the list until Ocl. 19.  Shanks said it's important for all residents to gel on the list, not  only for the referendum, but for (he next federal election. If the  election is called before Oct. 26, 1993 - as it likely will be - said  Shanks, "Ihis is the voters list we'll be using."  Along the roule lo tallying Ihe local populace, some enumerators found themselves involved in constitutional encounters of  another order wilh residents, who were apparently upset that their  packages from the federal government had yet to arrive ih the  mail. "They wanted more information and Ihe enumerators didtj't  have it," said Shanks. "Some people were very nice and there were  others who weren't so nice."  According to Pat Juraschka, who tallied close to 300 residents  in the Wakefield area of Sechelt, "several people commented  aboul how very confused they were" about the referendum.  The national referendum takes place Oct. 26. Advance polls  will be held Oct 22 and 23 from 12 noon to 9 p.m. at Greenecourt  in Sechelt and the Kinsmen Hall in Gibsons.  Audience vocal in supporting MIA  from page I  Of those residents who stood up lo speak, Ihe  vast majority seemed lo have support for Wilson,  one man praising him "for having Ihe guts lo stand  up for whal he fell was right." Quebec was also on  Ihe minds of those present, most of whom said  they didn't believe the province would separate  and resented what they said was a scare tactic on  the part of the federal government.  Said one woman, "We should have had the referendum in Quebec first then dealt with the Constitution."  Choose Your Associates Well  ...and earn a degree  You can choose Arts or Science. Either way, you 11 come out of Capilano College's  new two-year Associate Degree program with the knowledge and credentials that will  put you on the career path you want or provide a solid foundation for further study.  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S627 InltM Avenue ��� Sechelt ��� B.C. ��� V7J 3HS ��� 885-9310  Capilano  College  i  /  i Coast News, October 12,1992  LRUP logging arguments explored  by Jane Seyd  Part 2 of a aerie*  According to the company  which now has logging rights in  the Tetrahedron, there are about  480 hectares of "merchantable  timber" in the area, including a  13-heclarc block near Edwards  Lake which already had a road  built into it when a de facto  moratorium on cutting in the  sludy area was placed over two  years ago.  For International Forest  Products, logging in Ihe Tetrahedron and Chapman Creek  area supplies aboul 15 per cent  of the company's local timber  volume; about 2 per cent of  Inlerfor's volume provincially,  or about 60,000 cubic metres of  timber.  Among other mills and timber rights, across B.C. the company's operations include two  tree farm licences, bolh of  which contain large areas of  old-growth timber, and ten forest licenses in eight different  timber supply areas, which provide Interfor with 2.8 million  cubic metres of timber annually.  Locally, the company has  about 40 direct employees, a  number which increases to  about 300 when logging contractors and their workers, such  as those employed by Fleetwood Forest Products - which  sub-contracts for  Interfor in the Tetra- ._  hedron - are brought  into the equation.  Since a local division of the company  was opened in January, Inlerfor's timber harvesting on the  Coast has been run  from an office in  Sechelt, where manager Mike Bell presides over the operations, a man even  those who disagree with his  opinions describe as charming.  Behind his desk, there's a sign  on the wall: "TACT: the ability  to tell a man to go to hell and  make him feel happy to be on  his way,    ; yy    .  . Just what all this means to  Ihe logging in the Tetrahedron is  up for discussion.  One thing is clear, though:  Interfor still very much wants to  continue logging in the Tetrahedron study area.  "All the work has been done.  The roads have been built," says  Inlerfor's forestry engineer and  LRUP member Rick Brouwer,  At a cost of between $85,000  and $100,000 per kilometre,  everyone agrees that's a significant investment. Says Brouwer,  "Just because people are interested in il doesn't mean we're  still not interested in the timber."  Exactly how much timber  and how much money and how  many jobs that represents has  been an on-going source of  debate among LRUP members  over the past two years. Even  the calculations of "operable  hectares" aren't straightforward.  "Some of those are very  small areas which you would  need a horrendous road to get  to," says Linda Williams, member of the LRUP and the  Tuwanek Ratepayers Association.  But while some LRUP members say the Tetrahedron doesn't  contain that much valuable timber, Bell comments, "we obviously would not be logging in  an area that didn't have value to  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ��� Lawrence K.  Chamber.. CU  ��� 4*86-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800663-2051  Mutual luinb bvt-i.v will,  tiuanlun liroup iA hauls Ul  A clear cut view of Sechelt Inlet.  cover the wood."  One possible key lo the discrepancy are some stands of yellow cedar in the Tetrahedron  worth a considerable amount of  money. "You have to cut a lot to  get to those," says Williams.  According to Inlerfor's second quarterly report this year,  steady price levels for this sort  ______________________________    ol wood has meant  "cedar has become  'We're not in     Inlerfor's      most  , if important species in  tbe practice Of tne NorIh American  denuding an    market."  .     _______        To some extent as  area beyond   well lhe way mna_  What it can      allowable   cul   is  cucaWtt' divided up by the  sustain Ministry of Forests  ���Mike Bell on the basis of previ-  ____________ ous volume harvested gives companies  an incentive keep logging,  regardless of what they're cutting down. "If you don't use it,  you lose it," says Williams.  For its own part, Interfor says  logging in the Tetrahedron is  sustainable. "We're not in Ihe  practice of denuding an area  beyond what it can sustain,"  says Bell. "If we don't have a  sustainable rate of cut, we can't  sustain our mills. We can't just  go out and cut with total lack of  respect or we end up with nothing. We have more at stake than  anybody."  In addition to the company's  self-interest, Bell points to the  Ministry of Forests' approval  process which granted the  licenses as evidence the Tetrahedron is sustainable. "They're  the ones who set the rules. It's  based on scientific fact rather  than emotion.,.It's a very long  process to get applications to cut  and they have a lot of good people."  That opinion isn't shared by  everyone however.  While the annual allowable  cut, which determines how  much timber volume can be  logged, is calculated for the  whole limber supply area "Ihey  don't care what the AAC would  be here. There's been no attempt  to establish long-run sustained  yield in this localized area,"  says Tetrahedron Alliance and  LRUP member Brad Benson.  One big problem with all the  arguments is that for much of  time the LRUP process has been  running, the committee has been  forced to work with outdated  FiHEWEED ��� rd. to port melton  oilpaptwgsby  ���^s*n>��y������  YSlaANE-Octl  *S  area, which meant debates about  previous levels of cutting and  "sustainability" took place in a  vacuum.  More recently, new information has been made available  from an inventory conducted in  1990, "but industry carries on  with old arguments about lack  of inventory," says Williams,  "because the new inventory says  what they don't want to hear."  Among all ihis, debate continues as to whether it's even  possible to regenerate similar  timber stands at the high elevation of Ihe Tetrahedron sludy  area. Karl Klinka, a professor  from lhe University of British  Columbia who gave a presentation lo the LRUP committee,  says that within several hundred  years, it isn't. Comments Bell,  "That is his opinion."  Leather Runners  20%off  Oct. 12-17  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-5255  11  Stock #32-111  ��� Power Steering ��� Rear Jump Seat ���  ��� Overdrive Transmission ��� 60-40 Split Bench  ��� Deluxe Wheel Trim ��� Block Heater ���  ��� Swing Away Mirrors ��� Tachometer ���  ��� V6 Engine ��� All Seasons ���  ��� JLM-FM Stereo-Clock ��� Clearcoat Paint ���  ��� Sliding Rear Window ��� Handling Package  per month O,A.C*  Taxes extra includes freight, PDE with        M^^^^^  CI11 (zero) down  al  II  I     No Reasonable Offers Refused     '  / Limited Time Offer  Don't Delay - Make Your Deal Today  'On approved credil based on a 48 month lease  11 In stock off similar savings  NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE AT  ...- -��� ������       ,..-r,..��*r��- coast News, October 12, 1992  Protecting species  is paramount  No matter what assurances trickle down into the public  consciousness through slick television and print media  advertising, it is hard for any thoughtful and concerned  resident of this province not to be seriously alarmed  about the future of the forests.  We need open our eyes and look no further than our  own blessed neck of the woods to see all the various  interests - forestry, recreation and environmental, contending for a fair stake in future management of the  resource.  The decisions become more complicated when it  comes to the province's dwindling supply of old-growth  forest and its relationship to the survival of threatened or  endangered wildlife species.  There are dependencies in the natural world lhal lie  hidden in a still murky realm of the unknown; an inter-  relatedness that becomes ever more evident at the probing frontiers of science.  Any regular reader of these pages will be well aware of  the recent barrage of correspondence concerning the  validity of research supporting the existence of marbled  murrelet nesting sites in Ihe Coast's Caren Range.  There is an attitude at one extreme that the data gathered to date is at best flighty evidence from a bunch of  fanatical preservationists. And yet the dedicated scientific exploration that has been done so far may ultimately  prove to be the groundwork that leads to the survival of a  rare species of seabird.  The research is inconclusive.  But it is substantial enough to warrant further investigation. We have already witnessed too much precipitous  and ill-informed decision making at the expense of life in  its many and wondrous varieties.  The disturbing rate at which species are vanishing  from the planet is reason enough alone to justify a thorough murrelet investigation before proceeding with any  form of management plan in this sensitive and significant  stand of old growth. When you consider new regulations  in the Forests Act requiring the ministry to accommodate  wildlife and recreational values in all decisions, any other  recommendation would be irresponsible.  So it is heartening to hear acting district forest manager Russ Hughes, for all his brief tenure at the reins on the  Coast, recommend in parting that a moratorium be placed  on logging, road building or other potentially disruptive  activity in the Caren Range until a complete marbled  murrelet study is done.  As it stands, however, the study is only a recommendation from a forest manager who has now moved on to  another post, with no guarantee that his replacement, yet  "to be named, will follow through.  Change partners  Coast residents can be forgiven for any confusion they  are experiencing about leadership in the local political  arena. Our MLA, Gordon Wilson, the leader of the Official Opposition, is hard at work carving a niche for himself in the vanguard of the No forces in the Canadian  constitutional debate, a national, and hence, federal issue.  Meanwhile, local MP Ray Skelly is stirring up the  medical profession with his proposals for community  health clinics - an initiative that has arisen from arguably  the most pressing problem currently facing the province:  health funding.  Allemande left, skip to the right: two figures in the  political shuffle.  Z&yaMafr   YOU LOt)  AB/-*vJ& Cmz&l6l If  <<��ft our after.  9o'clxk, the YOUTHS  OF SECHEVT Mu,...  ...CHAM&E! YESJHeY  3��CCM��   THETX&DED,  7H�� H&B8LE...  ... OH, YOU MOH, THOSE  ZmZEfiOFUL PUNK* HMO  USE THftT FILTHY UWbUfi&S  JUDO THAT W/X.I WY YOU.  CJtHT TELL THE 80^  FtDMTt* &****->��� .\  Letter vanishes in  Canada Post void  Where - oh where did my later go? It was with mixed feelings that I read the article in  Sept. 24 Weekender re: Canada  Post and mail delivery.  On June 8/92 I mailed my  taxes and home owner grant  application to Surveyor of Taxes  in Victoria, B.C. It was one of  their envelopes and my return  addiess was on it  As of Sept. 24, this letter has  still not arrived in Victoria.  That's 3-1/2 months! And now I  am being penalized for not paying my taxes on time.  So I ant curious to know just  how long it should take a letter  to go from Madeira Park to Victoria, B.C.  JUUAREID  Madeira Pari  ..    . ���._, m.  Hydro article  inaccurate  I have just read with tome  disappointment your front page  article of October 1 regarding  the efforts by our recently  formed Sunshine Coast Vegetation Management Working  Group to find alternative methods to herbicide use on the  hydro rights-of-way on tbe Sunshine Coast, and in which I am  quoted  Apparently Darah Hansen  has unproved the "reader attractiveness'' by introducing controversy into her reporting of our  brief conversation. It's my  responsibility, therefore, to correct some serious misunderstandings Mt Hansen is fostering.  "Skeptical" it not an accurate  reflection of my thoughts as to  whether or not Hydro would  choose to accept manual methods of vegetation control at tbe  conclusion of tbe testing and  evaluation process.  My comment was clear - "tbe  jury is out" was the expression I  used to describe my view and, I  believe, the views of most of tbe  participants in this novel program.  To suggest I stated that B.C.  Hydro it not interested whether  our rates go up is totally incorrect. I'm quite sure they are. I  clearly posed the question to Ms  Hansen that if hydro rates were  to increase due to public insistence tb terminate herbicide  (and pesticide) ute, would the  public alto accept any possible  resultant rate increases?  Personally, I believe that  manual removal of powerline  vegetation could cany a higher  short term price tag, but cost is  only one of many considerations.  I expect that my speaking  publicly about this will not bias  the removal techniques evaluation, which is a basic, methodical and scientific process.  As a working committee, we  are intent on finding solutions to  the societal concerns with herbicide and pesticide use. I feel the  role of science is to provide us  the technical details so we can  then make logical and well  founded value decisions.  Clearly, alternative and,  indeed, new and imaginative  concepts need to be explored in  this exercise.  Finally, Ms Hansen is a full  180 degrees out in her last comment that I don't believe Hydro  is prepared to change the way it  "does business".  On the contrary, B.C. Hydro  is a publicly owned utility, and  as such, it not only has the  responsibility, but the duty to  undertake the directions of its  httkws irafeMM  W�� watooroe letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  subnrfcttons tor brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your fetters to:  Tha Editor  Sunshine Coaat News  Box"  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  owners. If a rational and solid  case can be advanced, B.C.  Hydro has no alternative other  than to adopt the wishes of the  community.  I am committed to ensuring  that Gibsons, and the Sunshine  Coatt, become the example to  this province (and hopefully  elsewhere) of how a perceived  problem such as this can be  transformed into a community  asset.  With due respect, I appreciate the Coast News providing  coverage of the group's activity,  but this article was not a true  representation of (what I  thought were) my carefully chosen comments, and I am somewhat embarrassed by some of  the misquotes. If you plan on  following this group's activities,  please try to get things down  straight! Goodness, you didn't  even get my name right! Thanks  for the opportunity to respond.  BARRYJ.JANYK  Glbtont  Amnesty funds  raised  The members of Amnesty  International Group 160  (Sechelt) would like to thank tbe  many people who contributed to  our recent garage sale and\or  came out to buy.  The sale netted $630; money  that will go to help the organization in its efforts, to combat  human rights violations around  the world.  SHIRLEY HALL  Pender Harbour  Of heroism and healing, two types of leadership  My friend and colleague Stuart Nutter meditates this week on the nature of leadership, and in  troth it is a subject which merits meditation now as  perhaps never before.  One is aware even as one writes the words that  lhe phrase now as never before may possibly be  pretentious. In the long sweep of the history of our  kind surely there can be few things absolutely new  aa we confront the dilemmas, tragedies and opportunities of our time.  But what may just possibly be new is tbe  tremendous tools at our disposal for tbe solution of  dilemmas, the moderation of tragedy, and the maximum realization of the opportunities of  humankind.  I've bad a couple of experiences of late which  hive left me pondering the meaning of leadership,  the nature of leadership. One of the experience*  teemed to me an outdated concept of leadership  and the second teemed to be a bridge towards the  leadership that the future will demand if it it to be  a future of decency.  Just this past week I watched virtually every  minute of a five-hour movie, made in 1986 apparently, delineating the heroic tale of bow Presidential aspirant Ross Perot masterminded tbe rescue of  two of his employees who were jailed seemingly  without cause when the revolution in Inn swept  the Sbab of Iran from power and Ayatollah  musings  John burnside  Khomenei to the leadership of that, state.  Let me digress to the acknowiedgement that I  pondered the 'coincidence' which taw a major  U.S. TV network miming this fulsome and lengthy  treatment of Perot't role in the rescue of two  American hostages who were bit employees just  three and four days after Mr. Perot announced hit  ream to tbe Presidential campaign.  Be that as it may, the movie had a vital and  energetic Perot deciding after an impressive roll  call of hit friends in government that he would  have to take the law into hit own hands. There was  exactly the sense of impatient can-do machismo  which is tbe hallmark of Ross Perot's current political stance.  It was almost as though tbe five-hour marathon  was designed to show us bow the problems before  America could be whipped into thape by just such  a nun as Rots.  I won't keep you in sutpense. It was a bad  movie, despite a major role played by that old  warborse Burt Lancaster who walked through his  role as Colonel Bull Symons lured out of retirement to mastermind the commando raid for Ross.  Every cliche available to the conventional  American wisdom was laid before us. There was a  hackneyed scene where Ron confronted his frail  bat gallant mother before taking his decision to go  with the escape plan; there was a touching scene  replete with manly hugs between Ross and his son  wherein the son was to come back from university  to take care of his mother and sisters should anything happen to Rots who, just because it would  make 'those boys over there' feel better, was going  to Iran himself.  There wit Ross reassuring the distraught and  despairing wives - well you get the general idea.  Tbe man wat a leader that everyone adored and  misted implicitly, at wat hit man on tbe ground,  the tough laconic American soldier Bull Symons  making hit last heroic foray. It was history as  delineated by John Wayne.  It was alto as naked a celebration of tbe patriarchal-warrior hierarchy concept of leadership  which dominates the history of tbe developed  world and bat since tbe time of the Romans at  least  Tbe other example of leadership took a great  deal less of my time to research. For about six minutes on the public television channel I watched an  interview with the woman President of Ireland.,  She is the first bead of state in tbe world to go to!  Somalia for first hand knowledge of the terrible;  suffering there.  She went at tbe invitation of tbe Irish Non-;  Government Organizations who, along with like  groups from other nations, are trying to moderate'  tbe terrible suffering in that torn and savaged country-  Unlike tbe Perot figure in the five-hour movie,;  tbe Irish President's compassion is not limited to  her own immediate circle.  She feels for the starving mothers with their  starving children, 'mothers too exhausted to ware  the flies from tbe eyes and mouths of their dyiag  children' and tpoke of our 'diminished humanity  in the global village' when we allow such suffering  to be.  Somehow I felt that her form of leadership was  what the world desperately needs; and I felt that  the leader as hero model that Perot represents is  exactly what we have already had too much of.  We need caring leadership in the world, leaden  whote caring it widespread and transnational. The  President of Ireland gets my vote as leader of the  year.  COAST^NEWS _  Tl��t��mCMNMtaac*c��dird M apaWor <t sr. m et I by m. erne. I . Hatntmm  aaMaaat m H Mate Caaat 1.C aaaay pcttma vMa paMaaatn ti araraj la M >>**"���"  aaa^afCataaMhMIJl.laaW.Qbaora.   aM tin ctaM *���> IM. Mt* * !���  ic,mvn,m*t****>wai>s)m-na, m*m***** mtmrne-timm.  aaa**tmmaaia,amm\*e.ttmm- tv*m.wm.*mm*ti��m.  MMXIWatanraitt-MH.   ei��r^K>*��cam>**a*'<*-a-<jl  Tm**m0mmm*m*m1��ie~ltt   ttt*ml���  rmJ*-  fijfies-        wWca  BP"^*li*t |     a     ||g, VL%aaaaaaaaaa*aT*laaaaaaM  *_mWetW^*M**tym~rmWmTt I**a*-a*--aa*-arai^la**a*al  Your community's AWARD-WINNING newspaper Coast News, October 12, 1992  ���tf  Do we have any leaders around?  We seem to have a curious  thing going on which, as 1 think  Alice once said, is maybe getting curiouser and curiouser.  ll has to do with the leadership in the country, and it presents a question of whether our  leaders are in fact leading, or  thinking in terms of leading, or  have perhaps ever really thought  in terms of leading; or whether  Ihey are in fact following some  constantly groped at notion that  whal a majority of non-leading  bears think, or feel, might be the  besl way ahead.  Leadership has I guess  always been a tricky thing,  unless you were someone like  Ghenglt Khan. Even if you  were born into an Absolute  Monarchy, like Charles I or  Louis XIV, you were still going  lo have a number of doubts flit-  ling about there.  During the war quite young  people were more or less pilch-  forked into situations of leadership and no polls allowed. A  number of these, a remarkable  number I would say, worked out  jusl dandy, some of course, not.  After the war, at the begin-  ��� ning of the 50s, the Canadian,  and other, forces were regrouping in order to become appropriate but effective peacetime  aggregations.  I had returned, on a short  term arrangement, to leach at  the NATO Navigation School in  Winnipeg, but early on I got  plucked from my proper con  cerns with Astro navigation and  so on and sent to a three-monlh  seminar in London, Ontario.  This was on 'Service Management', and included a course  in 'Leadership', and was conducted by three imported professors from the Harvard Business School. There were 12 of  us from various stations across  Canada, and it didn't take us  long, any of us I think, to conclude that there was not going to  be much of any real significance; not much, if anything,  new lhat we didn't already  know despite the fat bound precis and the kudos of the Harvard  Business School.  This would have been relatively harmless, ll was a nice  summer and I liked getting lo  know Ixmdon, bul following it I  was told to write ihe precis for a  course on 'Leadership' for the  Services; and if this wasn't  enough, I was condemned lo  teach it, in addition to navigation.  I don't think that I have ever  been up in from of a number of  people, in this case Norwegians,  Trench, Dutch, British, Italians,  Turks and others, and fell more  a fool.  There are certainly a few  simple caveats that you can pass  on (such as never give an order  unless you follow up and see  thai it's done, that sort of thing),  bul a series of six hour-long lectures?  I have always thought thai  in a nutshell  V.S.E. LISTED COMPANY  ACADEMY AWARD  WINNING  Post Pr*xJi>clic��i Sludio  in Burbonk, California  EXPLOSIVE POTENTIAL  FOR A FREE BROCHURE:  Toll Free: 1-800-759-9002  24 Hn. (604) 686-6780  6Uteis{Udr1��U  tm PENDER HARBOUR mat  MADEIRA PARK  leadership was something lhat  had to happen and was not  something that you went to  some school and got a diploma  in. This seems today to be an  old fashioned view, but  nonetheless it seems to me to be  likely right. When I finally gol  out of the Forces and into the  film Hoard this damned non-  subject followed me.  The Services, the Staff College, wanted a series of films on  guess what. Of course, Leadership. It was known and maybe  joked about thai I had taught  Ihis subject, and there was no  way I could squirm oul of the  assignment. I told everyone, in  Camp Borden and Ottawa and  Montreal, whal I thought but  they just smiled. I think it had  been accepted that writers were  not really rational types.  The three half-hour films  were pul in the form of questions to do wilh 'Leadership'.  The last one, called 'Smoke  Screen,' had William Shatner,  later commander of Ihe space  ship Enterprise, as its principle  actor, playing his first film role.  He was a squadron leader who  stuart nutter  had some problem with shyness.  He tended lo make his decisions  all right but not to be available  after and to disappear behind  puffs on his pipe.  There was a certain muttering from Staff College I guess  on these films.  Some thought they didn't  know whal the hell ihey were all  about. None of this came oul in  the open to the point where I,  for one, might have to reply; but  I thought of course well, that's  what I've always said aboul  'Leadership'.  Nowadays, with lhe election  going on below and the referendum coming up here, and some  really extraordinary quadrilles  being performed by political  'leaders' of every stripe (well  only two or three), there can be  a question of whether we have  leaders, or whether we want  them, or whether we would  grant them scope to do their best  if we had them.  lalTJtese it seems to me are getting to be almost ephemeral  questions, and the questions put  in 'Smoke Screen' are, by comparison, simplistic.  Special Touches  ICLEAtvllMG SERVICES  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Marine  No job Coo big or small  INSURED WORK  BONDED STAFF.  885-4457  /���r  jCMISEk  feWUMrst  5517 Wharf St. Sechelt  [AHITS WITHOUT  pAUsm 93  DESIGNED EXCLUSIVELY FOR SINGLES -  SINGLES SHARE PROGRAMME AVAILABLE.  Let us arrange for you to be carried away to the  ROMANCE &  MYSTIQUE of the CARIBBEAN in LUXURY  and DANCE, DANCE, DANCE your vacation away!  Caff Us Today al 885-8964 or Toll free 1-979-8584  letters  Needful filming  shortsighted  As a parent of two young  impressionable children, it has  always been my endeavour to  minimize their exposure lo  movies and programs which  focus on the macabre or depict  brutality and fantastical violence.  The filming of Stephen  Ring's horror, movie here in  dibsons has now further added  to our parental load. One  needn't look far to find evidence  in recent studies done among  youth which show a sharp  decline in an appreciation for  basic societal values. Television  programming which is targeted  at teens rarely models honesty,  politeness, generosity or kindness as desirable virtues.  What further seeds are now  being sown and what message  are we sending our children by  having the lower village rated  "PGI3"? Truly your Keith  Thirkcll has written, "Quiet,  tranquil Gibsons may never be  the same." This has not been  Written with a polemical edge  but rather as an expression of  disappointment in what I can  only view as short sightedness  on the part of the powers that  be.  ALBERT HUDSON  Gibsons  Read agreement  before voting  Coincidently, I was enumerated and picked up a copy of the  Charlottetown Agreement on  the same day, Oct. 2. The coincidence didn't bother me, but  the contrast did.  The referendum question  totals twenty words apd six  numbers: "Do you agree that the  Conslitulion should m renewed  on the basis of the agreement  reached on August 28, 1992?"  The agreement itself is thirty  pages long with five headings  and sixty items. These items  cover the waterfront, and not  just Ihe Quebec issue, Metis  nation, First Peoples issue and a  bilingual bill for New  Brunswick.  Covered under these 60 items  are issues regarding:  ���The Bank of Canada;  ��� The Senate, its composition  and power;  ��� Economic and fiscal powers  and obligations;  ��� Roles and responsibilities  of different levels of government;  ��� The House of Commons.  The House of Commons, if a  yes vote occurs, will increase in  size lo 337 seals, up 14 per cent  bv next election and another t wo  per ceiit, in J996:, Ontario BM  21, Quebec plus 18, B.C,, plus 7,  Alberta plus 4. There will obviously be an attendant rise in,the  cost of government.  I use this House of Commons  issue as an example of how very  complex this referendum is. We  are not simply voting on keeping this country together, that's  anobrainer'yes'!  We are voting on a lol of  other issues lhat will shape how  Ihis country will be run, formulate how it can be changed and  who will be in charge of the  purse strings.  For goodness sake, get a  copy of the agreement and read  it for yourself; it's not such a  straightforward issue as Ihe current government would have us  think. ,' i  i.  STEPHEN GARRETT  Garden Bay  ail        /  stint inbbflM  V   atBor  Restaurant  at Bonniebrook Lodge^  is open year round  Ocean view dining from 5:30 pm  6 days a week ��� Closed Wednesdays  French cuisine with a West Coast flair  Call Karen for help planning  memorable Christmas  party.  ��� Good Service  ��� Great Food  ��� Cozy Atmosphere  ��� Bookings up to  50 people  For Reservations call: 886-2188   Karen & Philippe ______ Proprietors   ,i nn bivon        i ������- <��� '��� -'i ta-stol r rnml noil  llll'      ii'lHlin mi mil  Colourful Fall Sale  mmmiwm-  ffl   StUdatm Statu J*Ht.' SttitU ggS-f922  mm  820 KIWANIS WAY, GIBSONS  Enjoy -An Active - Carefree Lifestyle  22 Quality Patio Howes ��� Adult Oriented  Prices start at $128,800  2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Single Level Homes  Forjurther information contact:  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP. ��� (604) 88B-4680  Hans Ounpuu, RR#2, S7, C26, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO  Fax (604) 886-4623  (SWA cotton)  citing  "olours  Jtorpam  II  Mens Wear  Trail Bay Mall. Sechell 885-9330  wmm  .:..--    . .;  ^ Coast News  Octobei 12, 1992  community  JAYN1E ESPLEY BSc Hon RMT  Wishes to .u\nouncv the  relocation of her  MASSAGE TMAPyPRACIKE   to: 416 King Rd.   For Appointments Call  886-3120  Needful Things film  preparations were capped last  week as the steeple was raised  on Our Lad) of the Serene  Waters church in (iibsons.  Filming is scheduled  lo begin tomorrow.  Slu.in HurnsiuV photo  w-  Featured Pub of tbe Week  IRVINE'S LANDING PUB  Come in ami en|oy a leisurely lunch or dinner  in oui pub overlooking Joe Hay The f<��xl is  excellenl with a variety of dishes to choose  from There la a different feature every ni��lii  with Prime Kil> evety Saturday night ai $ I * 95  i )ur I lalilmi and Chips is another favorite,  enjoyed by many who visit us. Vie now have  a wine and Ixvt store which is n|>en seven  days a week for your convenience.  Pub Hours: 11 ll,7alayaawc*M*llry: 11-10,  7 days a wwki Wlnr A Be��r Storn 9-9, Mon.  Sal, 11-9 Sun; Marina Dock Dawn lo Dusk.  siiuaiccl In Pender Harbour. Call hsj ims.  MasterCard, Visa ami Chevron accepted.  FAMILY DINING  Andy s Restaurant Lunch .uul din  ner special every day- Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib  Night. House specialties Include  ve.il dishes, steaks, seafood, pasl.i,  pizza. Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet everv Sunday from  11 am * 2:30 pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am ��� *) pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am - 10 pm.  The Boat House - Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the  West, East and Gulf Coasts as well  as a variety of other specialties.  Join us after 5 pm for dinner or for  our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2  pm. Friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some of the reasons you'll  keep coming back. If you have an  important rendezvous or a ferry to  catch, please let us know and we'll  make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-  8188. All major credit cards  accepted.  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, fake  out orders for the beach and cappuccino are available. The Coast's  bistro...as unique as the Coast  itself. Mon-Thurs ����� - 5. Fri & Sat 9 -  9. Closed Sunday, Teredo Square,  Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  Dar Lebanon Restaurant - Now open  in Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101,  Lunch and Dinner features include  Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels,  Cappuccino, Espresso and  Desserts, Open 7 days a week, 10  am - 11 pm. Eat in or take-out,  Catering for parties and weddings.  886-3572. Everything we make is  made with love!  Held-A-Way Restaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellenl breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-10pm. Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  night 2 for 1 special 5pm-10pm.  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats  plus banquet room.  Hillside Family Restaurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air conditioned. Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am -  10 pm, Fri & Sat 11 am - 11 pm.  886-2993  The Omega Pizza, Steak and Lobster  House - With a perfect view of Gibsons Marina, and a good time  atmosphere, the Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll  often see Bruno Gerussi, former  star ol the Beachcombers, dining  here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very special children's menu. Reservations  recommended Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch Mon. -  Fri., 11:30 - 2:30; dinner daily 4 - 9  pm, Fri. & Sat,'til 10 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger - Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secret Cove. Lunch and  dinner served seven days a week  from 11 tin am l.unch specials daily.  Dinner menu includes fresh sealood,  chicken, steaks, pasta and pizza with  homemade dough. All pies and  breads are naked fresh daily on the  premises. A children's menu is aLso  available. |oln us for Brunch on Sunday from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Fully  licensed. Visa, Mastercard. Mercer  Road, Secret Cove. Reservations recommended. 885-7184.  The Whart - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best.  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  Now China Kitchen ��� GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar & dessert. Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parlies. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am -10 pm. Friday  & Saturday, 11:00 am - 11:30 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm.  For reservations call 886-3028.  Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north ol Egmonl on Maple Road.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Pub  open noon - closing. Kitchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  Sechell Legion 1140 - One of Ihe best  bargains on Ihe Coast, every Friday nighl, are Ihe fabulous barbe-  qued steak dinners served from 6  10 8 pm for only $6.75. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. top sirloin steak  served with your choice of baked  potato (wilh all Ihe garnishes) or  delicious potato salad. Also included is a green salad with choice of  dressings and garlic bread. Lunch  is served Monday to Friday from  11 am lo 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along wilh a regular  menu lhat includes chicken strips,  burgers and sandwiches. Thursday  is Fish & Chips, featuring a full  order of the tastiesl fish and chips  wilh cole slaw for only $4.55. Take  oul orders available Members and  guests welcome. 5591 Wharf Street,  Sechell. 885-9922  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week 11-11 with our kitchen  open from 11-10. Pender Harbour,  883-1145, Mastercard & Visa. Fully  licensed.  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner.Observe the  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle at your  table. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Cher Philippe Reitaurint al Bonniebrook Lodge. Chef Philippe is  busy cooking up your favorites  including Spinach salad wilh  warm Balsamic Vinaigrette and  Fresh Australian Rack of Lamb  with 7 grain crust. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly,  professional service, intimate dining in Ihe Heritage Lodge dining  room with a superb view of the  Georgia Strait. Enjoy a Cappuccino  after inner. Follow Gower Point  Road to Ocean Beach Esplanade.  Reservations recommended. 886-  2188. Open from 5:30 pm 6 days a  week. Closed Wednesdays.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa & Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino ��� Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flambe desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon 11:30  - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed thru Mon  4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED TUESDAYS.  Visa and Mastercard. Reservations  recommended. 886-3891.  Lord Jim'i Resort Hotel - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspina Strait set the theme for a  beautiful night out. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and soft music add  up to make yours a night to  remember We feature daily dinner  specials as well as our popular  "table d'hote". Closed Oct. 7th.  Effective Oct. 12, we will be closed  Monday - Wednesday. Open  Thurs. and Fri. 6 - 9 pm, Sat. and  Sun. 8 am - 2 pm (or breakfast and  lunch, dinner 6 - 9 pm. Visa, Mastercard, American Express. Reservations recommend. 885- 7038  Pebblei ��� On lhe Beech - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by 4 sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8-3. Dinner Reservations  Recommended. In the heart of  Sechelt at the Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie ( Q-na-i'i Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  hi     i nm       i  membership"!  Trail Bay       41  Project Committee   |  Postal Code.  and/or donation of $.  I  Mill to: Trail Bay Project Committee), Bon 964, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0  Money for parkland purchase can be deposited directly into the  TRAIL BAY PROJECT PLEDGE ACCOUNT at any branch of the  | q^  Sunshine Coast Credit Union. INFORMATION: 885-2339 I  GOSPEL ROCK  by Valentine lands Development Corp  Is seeking expressions of investment from persons  who are Interested In the potential purchase of  proposed lots In the Gospel Rock Development  or are Interested In a limited partnership  Investment opportunity for the development of  these properties.  The proposed limited number of investment units  would be $100,000.00 each.  Units could be financed on approved credit.  The anticipated Investment time frame is 30  months.  The anticipated profit Is 24% per annum or  $60,000.00 per investment unit.  Initial security for the Investment units would be  a first mortgage on the properties.  Please conlacl Hayden Killam, 885-9368  P.O. Box 1118, Sechell, BC VON 3AO  This advertisement 1$ for intoimation purposes only, tt does not  constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation to buy any property or  securities which can only be mode by offering memorandum and or  under the real estate act.  by George Cooper  To get away for a few days  travel certainly gives us a fuller  appreciation of our varied BC  landscape, and much fuller satisfaction with our Eden here on  the Coast. Fuller fun, loo.  When we were beyond  Hope new sights, new points of  view presented themselves.  A reminder of our railway  history for instance, al the tunnels in the Coquihalla Canyon  park; ihe mountainside of  autumn of yellow wilh here and  Ihere a daub of red, from Ihe  road thai led away from the  Coquihalla loll booths; the  angry discourse among Merrill's citizens concerning Ihe  bylaw lo control ash fallout  from sawmills upon lhe nearby  residences; and the tang of  Morrill honey from ranchland  bees.  Manning Park on our return  journey and its informative visitors centre. No help though  from Iwo park wardens chattering like squirrels in the nearby  office section.  "We don'l know anything  aboul the displays," they said  when we made a query, "and  Ihe one who does know is away  on holidays." So much from  our outdoor bureaucracy.  An undistinguished lake  alongside the highway between  Keremeos and Medley has a  Iroul population significant  enough lo merit winter aerating  to save the fish from suffocating under the winter ice. Wonder how successful aerating is?  It was there we saw two or  three California quail. This  landed immigrant, curved head  plume bobbing as it hurried  aboul, suggested to us some  potentate of a fraternal order in  ceremonial headgear. The  Loyal Order of Ancient Flatu-  lants, for instance.  But the southern Okanagan  was the goal of our gypsy journey. Twas wine festival lime  and the occasion for informative visits to vineyards. Vintners are still in the dark about  the status of BC wineries with  just a year and a half remaining  before Free Trade applies to  their product.  "The bureaucracy hasn't  given us a hint yet of what will  happen," said one of the  Gehringer brothers in his Oliver tasting room.  Of the 20 wineries listed in  the Vintners Quality Association, we visited only seven,  having run oul of steam. So  much to know aboul grape  varieties and types of wines.  Leaves one somewhat bewildered, but the vintner's enthusiasm carries one along in utter  interest.  No wonder vintners take  four or five years of study and  training at special colleges.  Pebbles from the past  TS  ;  MV QUILCAYUTE  The MV QUILCAYUTE of the BLACKBALL LINE is shown in all its  splendor. This ship originated the first auto link from Gibsons to the  mainland in 1951. It has a capacity of 48 cars. Many interesting ships  have come and gone on the Langdale. run. Only because of the restricted  ferry communication has the Sunshine Coast been preserved from really  intense development.  '       intense development.  i Verne  es  Presented by Pebbles Realty at tl  of the dock in Gibsons Landing  REALTY LTD.  Your local Heel tittle Compeny ��� Qlbsons Quly  Box 335, Gower Point ___ fllbions. B.C. V6M IVfl'  Phone; 166-1107, Vin. toll free: 8ei3044.ll>; JlfrSoM  aka.  S community  nberts creek  by Beverley Shipley  Official Community Plan  meetings are "progressing  well," according to Chair  Dianne l-vans. People are really  concentrating and thinking seriously aboul the whole process.  Of the approximately .10 people  who attended the working committee meeting last week, two  groups were sel up. One by  Alec Ross is for the purpose of  planning a park and drive for  the Creek how lo incorporate  such a process and lo discover  whether or not it would work  for Roberts Creek.  Marry Almond is heading up  Ihe second group lo study beach  access in the Creek. Progress is  happening and Ihe nexl meeiing  will be Ocl. 14 promptly at 7:30  pm at ihe hall.  (Questionnaire  Alec Ross has been circulating a brief questionnaire regarding the development, or lack of  it, in Roberts Creek. If you  would like lo fill oul a form,  Ihey are available al Ihe Delifish  Cafe in downlown Roberls  Creek or from Alec al 886-  7966. The results will be computerized, tabulated and presented to the OCP as part of its  study for the April 199.1 presentation to lhe Regional District.  So far Ross' survey indicates  thai people want the Irees left;  lol size lo remain 1/2 acre minimum; no commercial development on the highway; highway  bypass is a must; a good bike  path on the highway is needed;  get rid of the propane tanks; and  keep the Creek the same -  RURAL!  Hungry Raccoons  Raccoon families on the  never-ending search for food  seem to be casing oul residential areas closer than ever lately,  probably due to the oncoming  winter. Raccoons are very  clever, incredibly cute, bul also  "bold as brass," and very hard  to discourage if they find edibles around your premises.  They are naturally scavengers,  bul should be doing it in the  wild where they are safer, not in  your backyard. So try to  remember lo lock up the chickens before dark, keep your cat  and cal food, even the water  dish, in at night, lock up  garbage tight and pick your  tomatoes and apples. When  they don't find any goodies  around, it will take a while, but  eventually the raccoons will be  discouraged and drop your  place from their rounds.  Library News  Winter is coming and what  better way lo enjoy lhe evenings  than to curl up with a good  book. The Sunshine Coast  boasts many fine authors who  cover a host of subjects. The  Gibsons Story or A Sechelt  Nation by L.R. Peterson, for  example. Or perhaps you are  interested in stories of the Coasl  I then try Howard White's Writing in the Rain. Raccoon Moon  is a delightful book of children's poems complete wilh a  cassette by Graham Walker.  Mystery fans will enjoy the  greal selections of L.R. Wright  who bases her exciting plots on  Ihe Coasl. See you at the  library.  Coast News, October 12, 1992  R���AL ���STGT��� CORD6R,  The BC Motorcycle Coalition's local toy run brought out 44 bikes with lots of tandem riders Sunday. The run from Davis Bay looping through Roberts Creek and back lo Sechelt collected over HO  toys, food for the food bank, $109 and extra toys from non-riders. Joel lohiulone pboto  MMafl bey news  if-i  <l  by Herb Craig  HfcP: GIBSONS HEAL TY  M.LS. vs  Exclusive Listings  There are occasions when an "exclusive listing'' would be considered  in the Seller's best interest  Consider Ihe individual with an ongoing Business to sell I le doesn't  wan! his customers, his suppliers or his employees to know it's lor  sale. If he listed his business on the NRS National Rnal F state  Service and Ml S, it wouldn't take very long before the word got  around to all and sundry that fie was in trouble and had to dump the  business. It's not true, of course, but that kind ot talk can hurt a  business. It can also complicate serious negotiations between Buyer  and Seller.  In this case, tfio Businessman would insist on an Exclusive listing  and Id agree But, I would also consider this an exception, not the  rule. Ninety-eight per cent ol all my listings are on the NRS National  Real Fstate Service and MIS because in my opinion tin* Seller is  going to sell his home faster. I here are even situations wlie<" hi will  get more money More about that next week  YOU WILL BE | SOLD | ON MY SERVICE  NATIONAL REAL ES1A7E SERVICE  GIHSONS ftFAl IYI III 886-2J77  by Jo-Anne .Sheanh, 885-3629  On Oct. 13, we see Ihe end of an era here in  Davis Bay! Bubbles (Fredina) Creighlon retires as  manager of the Beach Buoy Drive-In after 15 and  a half years. Always friendly, but ever the business  woman, she has been a real credit lo her employer  and the communily. We are going to miss her! A  no-nonsense broad! Happy retirement. Bubs!  What can we say about this weather? Sensational! The days are warm, the nights are nippy. I hear  rumblings from Snow Birds making preparations  to fly soulh for the winter. Everyone you talk lo  these days says we are in for a hard winter.  The sale of rat poison started about four to six  weeks earlier than usual; there are more bears  coming down into settled areas; some Irees have  been losing Iheir leaves earlier; and have you ever  seen Ihe multitudes of red berries (survival berries)  as we have Ihis year? The animals arc in tune with  Mother Nature and their special sense signals (hem  lhal Ihe winter will be long and hard; therefore  they begin to store Iheir food early.  Craft Sale  Don't forget to book your lable for Ihe Craft  Sale and Flea Market Nov. 7 by phoning Eileen at  885-3702. Gel a jump on your Christmas shopping  by taking advantage of lhe crafts that are beautifully made.  Old Timers  Two of the favourite old-timers of Davis Bay  ' were Charlie and Louise Brookman (or "Brookic"  as she was lovingly referred lo). Although quiel  people, Ihey possessed thai Irish sense of humour  which revealed itself when Charlie began his  famous recitations. Whenever there were concerts  or get-togethers at lhe hall, Charlie would entertain  everyone wilh vivid accounts of The Green-Eyed  God of Katmandu and The Cremation of Sam  McGec. The slory goes lhat Charlie had been on  the vaudeville stage and was a great friend of Irish  actor Victor McLaglen, hence his flair for performing.  Brookie was like a molher to everyone, always  with a kind word and a thoughtful deed. A quiet,  bul solid presence. Charlie was renowned as a  great fisherman, and almost every day he walked  to Mission Creek, Chapman Creek and Wilson  Creek lo fish. As lie grew older and could no  longer walk the creeks, he began fishing off Ihe  wharf in Davis Bay.  Those of us who can remember, knew that  when you saw Charlie trudging down lhe road with  his fishing rod over his shoulder, Ihe fish were biting...if he didn't show up that day, you knew lo  stay home, Ihere were no lish today!  Charlie loved lo fish and he loved kids, so in  1968 he started Ihe Children's Fishing Derby,  which was then held in May and August, for all  children up to 12 years of age. After Charlie's  death, Waller Taylor and Doris Wilson kept the  derby going in his memory. The park by Ihe bridge  is named in honour of Charlie. Today Ihe derby is  sponsored by the Charlie Brookman Derby Committee headed up by Turner and Esther Berry.  D BCFGRRIGS  BC FERRY CORPORATION  Notice of Public Meeting  A PUBLIC MEETING with BC Ferry Corporation  Board members is scheduled for  Wednesday, October 14,1992  at 7:30 pm  at the Cedars Inn, Gibsons  Members of the BC Ferry Corporation Board  want to hear from YOU.  This is your opportunity to voice your concerns,  comments and suggestions related to ferry  service.  Come out and be heard! Everyone is invited  and welcome!  Amnesty to hold meet  The Sechelt Amnesty International Group will hold its monthly  meeting on Thursday, Oct. IS al 7:30 pm. The meeiing will be held at  Sechelt Elementary School in the library.  This month the group will be discussing a number of issues concerning Amnesty International's work on the part of indigenous peoples worldwide, as well as hearing a report from one of its members  concerning a recently attended AI gathering in Vancouver, with an  update on overall Amnesty efforts in Canada and British Columbia.  Anyone wishing lo offer input into adopted Prisoner of Conscience Zhang Weiping, sentenced to nine years imprisonment for  drawing "counter-revolutionary" cartoons in 1989 during the free  democracy movement in China, feel free to attend as well.  ���Q Gibsons Legion Branch #109  J J3   in the lounge J  RUSS CLARKE and the SUNSHINE RAMBLERS  THESE LONQ TIME LOCAL FAVORITES PLAY FRIDAY  AND SATURDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 16 A 17  MOfll  *%t9WSm\ww  Saturday A/t��mo��n��  GENERAL MEETING  TIESMY, OCTOIER 20,1 PM  CELEBRAHON  Hunter Douglas Window Fashions  At A Very Special Price  What could be better than dressing your window wilh all llie  style and elegance ol Hunter Douglas Window Fashions  al a real savings.  Act now! Hunter Douglas has wonderlul ihings in  store lor your windows. And your pockelbook  HunterDouqlas  WINDOW FASHIONS  CONTO  SHOWROOM 851 HWY. 101 GIBSONS PH/FAX 886-3191  REDIT UNION  DAY  OCTOBER 15,1992  BUILDING THE FUTURE TOGETHER  Tin' Cm,uli.in credit ii innu'ii  began ill llie Inline "I alphonsc Dcsjanlins        ,,.  ���  in Levis Quebec in I1HH) with lhe hi   liii.iiKi.il transaction being iiindiii-tpil mi  liiminri 21 Kml recording an cutis nf ten mil* lli>  lii'lirl was simple financial sen ices were mil .i  prixilt*}**.* nl the upper classes, but an essential |iarl nl  life fur all people  Credit manna are member owned and demneralicalh  operated liiiaiici.il co-operal'ves, Members elect a  Board nl Directors In oversee ils operation Fmm llie  |xki! nf the members resources, credit nninns provide  members with a broad range nl financial services.  Main financial seniles that are common Indus weie  njoneered In credit unions: automated teller machines,  daih interest swings accounts and. ol course vwekK  and lii-weekl\ mortgage repayment schedules,  I n  i ellian Sfi iiillln  min ii nl'.'. Ilirnu [I    I  "'���" toil,n  \\i a lelirate lull mat ll I  I nini p,: thinl Thursilii nl  (lelnhei   ip[irn\iiiiali h ll.itHI eredil mi s in SI  i in, s are n presi nli il lis iiiemhersliip in the  World C ul ul I redil I  s  Will I I    .mi  international nrgani/ali I credit i is and  financial un |vratives  KID2 marks tin 125th ,inni\crsar\ nl llie Cnnfederatinn  nl Canada Tills euiintn was liuill un the same  principles that inspired and continue to govern en iln  iiiniiiis: iiii'iii/irrs iciiri'iiiiJ tii'^i liter to rtehiete eotttuton  _[tmh On Octolier lo Credit Union Has Canadian  eredil unions will celebrate this special relationship,  looking hack with pride on what we have  accomplished ami looking forward to httililitifi the  future tttjjtllwr  -ZkdiMCed try t6e goeut-  Pendt- Harbour Branch Sechelt Branch  Bo, 28, B��* 375, Teredo Square  Madeira Park, B.C. Sechelt. B.C.  V0N2H0 V0N3A0  TeL 883-9531 TeL 885-3255  Gtbaorsa Branch  Box 715. Kem's Plata  Gibsons. BC  VON IVO  TeL 886-8121  -*.ct n**~  Sunshine Const  Credit Union  ___________________ Coast News, October 12, 1992  Member ol  ALLIED..  The Careful Movers  LOW      **��� J"6       * *  DISTANCE  MOVING  We  can move you  ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local 1 Long Oistanca Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS  community  'TZe^rgSSr   886-2664  by IVanna I .littler, 885-73*5  Thanksgiving was early Ihis year but the  lurkey dinner and pumpkin pie tasted as  good as always. With such an early lhanks  giving ihe leflover lurkey should be thankfully gone well before 1 slan thawing Mr.  Christmas Hig Bird I hope you all had a  good holiday spent with those you love.  lhe Hepatitis Immunization Program on  the Sunshine ("oast for grade o students will  soon be underway. This will involve about  350 eager children. The families of the students will soon be receiving information  packages and consent forms in the mail.  October 17 is the date for the Fall Parents' Conference at Sechelt Flementary. It  runs from 8:30 am lo 3:45 pm. Call 885-  2078 or 886 9455 for more information.  Rockwood Centre continues to offer a  variety of workshops and programs to interest nearly every age group. On Oct. 19, professional actor Magdalena Tornyai will  begin an acting course for children ages Ave  lo 12. For delails and registration call Rockwood Centre at 885-2522.  The Arts Centre begins ils Winter Film  Series wilh the film Nostalghia Oct. 14.  Art auction  Then on Oct. 17 at 7:30 pm comes the big  art auction. More than 80 works will be open  for bids; most are pieces donated by Sunshine Coast artists. The art can be previewed  during the day from 10 am lo 7.30 pm - and  pre bids are accepted.  The Holy lamily Parish's annual oazaat  will be held Oct 24 from 10 am to 2 pm at  lhe parish hall behind Holy I amily Church  on Cowrie Street. Fveryone is welcome,  admission is free. Then* will he crafts, bak  ing, while elephant and raffle prizes. Prizes  include a $ 100 voucher for Shop Fasy, a bar  becue and doll wiih wardrobe.  The referendum is coining up Ocl. 26 and  everyone has a slake in the results. If you  missed being enumerated, the reluming offi  cer has sel up an office al 5555 Sunshine  Coast Highway, Classroom 41 Phone 885  7831 to register to vote.  IF YOU WANT YOUR KIDS TO  GET BETTER GRADES, DO  YOUR HOMEWORK  Discover how Sylvan Learning Centre can give your child the  educational edge that makes a difference. In our stress-lreo.  positive environment, children become excited about teaming.  You con see It on their faces ��� and on their report cards.  Study SkWi  ��� Time Management  ��� lime Power/Goo! Sening  ��� listening ��� fslore taking ��� Ouiinmg  ��� Reading ��� Study strategies  ��� leet taking srraiegiei  ���ecamning Reading Piogiam  ��� Word Analysis skills  ��� Oral reading ��� Fluency  ��� Vocabulary ��� Comprenension  Academic Reaadlng  ��� Highei level/critical thinking skills  ��� Anolyss/Synthesis/Evaluation  Sylvan  Learning  Centre  Writing Proorom  ��� Giorrvnar/Mechanics  ��� Paragraph . Essay & Report Writing  ��� Outs-rung  ��� Editing Skills  Molh/AlgeOto  ��� Computation Skills  ��� Understanding of concepts & their  application  ��� Enperlence with theoretical math  NORTH SHORE  985*6811  'Have you done your homework?'  shouldn't be an essay question.  Helping kids be their best  The Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Department gave lessons on lire safety to llalfmoon Ray Elementary School Tuesday, as part of Fire Prevention Week. Fire training officers told Ihe kids Ihe best  preparation is lire prevention and knowing what to do in a fire emergency. Joel Johnstone pholo  Notice Board  * Ongoing events must Ik iipilattil monthly  ��� We reserve the righl lo edit aurtmissiutis lor brevity  ��� All submissions annuld a-lcr to non-protil events ol genuine community interest  . Ilems will he listed three weeks prior to lhe event.  TUESOAY, OCTOBER 13  Women'i Aglow meeting at 308 Headlands  Rd., Gibsons. Prayer at 11:00 am. light lunch at  12 noon, Bible study at 1:00 pm. For into, call  886-9576 or 666-9567  Hoopice In-Service, 4:30 - 6:00 pm. St. Mary's  Hospital boardroom.  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14  SC White Cane Club. 1:00pm in St. Hilda's  Church . Visually impaired guests and guides  most welcome. More into: Vera 886-3918  Hopkins Branch of St. Mary'i Hospital  Auxiliary masting at 1:30 pm at Ihe Ark at  Camp Sunrise. Day changes for this month only.  Elphinstone Electors' Association meeting at  7:30 pm, Cedar Grove Elementary. All Area E  residents welcome and urged to attend.  West Howe Sound Electors Association  annual general meeting at Langdale School,  7:30 pm. Election of olficer; guest speaker:  Wayne Turner of BC Hydro.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15  Amnesty International Group 4160 meeting at  7:30 pm in Ihe library of Sechelt Elementary. For  info.: Rob 886-3822, Roger 885-7143. Jay 883-  9515. Shirley 883-1154.  Sunshine Coast Pro Ufa meeting, 7:30 pm al  SC Gospel Church Hall. Davis Bay Road. For  info.: 885-5734.  Wee-College starts 9:30 am - 11:30 am. Must  be 4 years ol age. Gibsons Community  Fellowship. Must pre-register. 886-8988.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17  Sechelt Garden Club Plant Ssls, 9:30am -  noon, Trail Bay Mall  Studio Exhibition of the Art of Cart Chaplin,  afternoon and evening at the Great Pacific  Northwest Art Company. 1064 Hwy 101 at  Payne Rd.. Gibsons, above Ihe Leader. For into:  886-3710  Community Resource Fair 1992 with nonprofit groups and associations sharing  inlormation with the public, guest speakers, lood  and fun. South Campus of Capilano College.  10:00 am ��� 4:00 pm Free admission.  Dances of Universal Peace (Sufi Dsnclng)  Potluck supper 5:30 prn, dances at 7:00 pm at  Mountainsong, 885-6170.  MONDAY, OCTOBER 19  Canadian Cancer Society, Sunshins Coasl  Unit Annusl General Meeting, 2:00 pm at the  Regional Board office Royal Terraces, Sechell.  Public welcome, refreshments served. For info ���  883-9190.  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20  Sunshins Cosst Business & Professional  Women's Club dinner meeting at Pronto's,  Sechelt. Members are invited to bring info, and  displays ot their businesses, and the public is  welcome to browse through exhibits of this mini-  trade fair. Call Siena at 885-5773 il you plan to  attend dinner meeting.  Homs Schooling? Interested in Home  Schooling? Resource/information meeting at  7:00 pm. Phone 886-2227.  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23  Reading by Marilyn Bowsrlng, author ol "To  All Appearances a Lady," 8:00 pm at the  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre, Trail and Medusa,  Sechelt. Free admission.  Homs Based Business Workshop. "Marketing  Your Product and Services," 7.00 pm -10:00 pm  today and 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Saturday at the  South Campus of Capilano College, 5545 Hwy.  101, Sechelt. Fee: $35. Pre-registration required  at your local Chamber of Commerce or the SC  Business Development Centre at 885-1959.  SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24  Good Citizen Banquet and Dance, sponsored  by Ihe Sechelt and District Chamber of  Commerce, 6:30pm at the Royal Canadian  Legion Hall, Wharf Rd. Tickets $20 at Chamber  office. Sew Easy and Sechelt Hardware. Help  honour Good Citizen Elva Dlnn. Good Business  Gibsons Building Supplies and Good Business  Person Arden Inkster. Inio: 885-3100.  Bazsar at Holy Family Parish Hall, behind  church, Cowrie St., Sechelt, 10:00 am - 2:00  pm. Crafts, baking, white elephant. All welcome.  Craft Fair, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm in the Seniot  Citizens' Hall, Sechelt. Lots to choose froml  SUNDAY, OCTOBER 25  British Columbia Liberal Party general  meeting. 12 noon at Pebbles Restaurant,  Sechelt. Guest speaker: Wilf Hurd. Topic: The  Labour Bill.  Countryslds Concerts presents Canadian  pianist Jamie Parker, 2:30 pm at the Raven's  Cry Theatre, Sechelt. For series subscriptions,  single tickets and information, call 886-2324,  885-4402.  MONDAY, OCTOBER 26  Gibsons Psnslonsrs Branch #38 Birthday  Tss at 2:00 pm at Harmony Hall. Info: 886-9000.  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28  Salmon Enhancement Society meeting, 7:30  pm al the Sechelt Indian Band Hall.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29  Arthritis Sslf-Hslp Management Program six  ween class begins.in Gibsons. To register call  Sheila Carlson, 886-8124.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38 Hallowe'en  Dance at Harmony Hall, 8:00 pm - 12:30  am.Tickets $6 each ��� call 886-9000, 886-8945,  886-3544 - includes bullet and bar. Costumes  optional.  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1  LA to RCL #109 Flea Market. 10:00 am - noon  at Gibsons Legion Hall. Si/table. L. Sampson,  886-7754  MISCELLANEOUS  Wanted: Kids to Join the Swim Club at Pender  Harbour Aquatic Centre Workouts Mon. and  Wed., 5:30 - 7pm. For into: 883-2612.  Fitness Classes, all kinds, all levels, at Pender  Harbour Aquatic and Fitness Centre, Mon. - Fri.  For info: 883-2612.  Parent Tot Drop In al the following locations  from 9:30 - 11:30am: Gibsons United Church  Hall. Mon.. Wed., Fri.; Sechelt St. Hilda's Hall.  Tues.; Wilson Creek Community Hall, Thuts.  For into call 885-5881.  Sechelt Karate Club is accepting adult  students for its fall session. Beginners welcome.  1 st week free. For info call 865-9273 42  Gibsons and District Public Library is open  Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9:30-  2:30;Thursdays 2:30-7:30; and Saturdays 9:30-  2:30. For more Information, call 686-2130  Ankylosing Spondylitis Sslf-Hslp Support  Group. II you or someone you love would like to  meet others with A.S. (a form of arthritis), please  join us. For information please call Anne, 531-  8307. 42  Elphinstone Pioneer Mussum is open 1:00 -  5:00pm Mondays and Tuesdays, and 9:00am -  5:00pm on Wednesdays, plus whenever staff is  in. Displays are constantly changing.  Wheelchair accessible. 716 Winn Rd., across  from Gibsons Post Office. For lours and other  Information call 866-8232.  MONDAYS  Breakaway Parents Support Group. Is your  child acting out? Using substances? Do you  need a loving, accepting, 12-step support  group? Join us at 7:30pm, 807 Kiwanis Way,  Gibsons. Call 886-2423. 42  Sunshins Chorlstsrs practise at 7pm in St  Hilda's Church, Sechelt. II you enjoy singing,  please join us. For into call 885-4405. 42  TUESDAYS  Arthritis Self-Management Program, October  27 - Dec. 1, 10:00 am - 12 noon in Garibaldi  Health Unit, 5571 Inlet Ave., Sechelt. For inio.:  865-2677.  Gibsons Table Tennis Club plays weekly  Tuesday, 7-10pm. in Elphinstone Secondary  School cafeteria. Join as a member or play as a  guest. Beginners always welcome. Call Jim at  886-2775 42  Gibsons Penslonsrs branch #38. Brldgs at  Harmony Hall, 1:00pm. Info: 886-7685.        43  WEDNESDAYS  Sunahlne Toastmasters, 7:15 pm at Chatelech  Secondary. Visitors welcome. Join the lun and  learn communication skills.  Navy League Cadets lor males & females 10 to  13 years of age, 6:30pm in Gibsons Legion Hall.  Continuous registration year round. Uniforms  provided. Call Marc, 886-7089.  Gibsons Psnslonsrs branch #38. Carpet  Bowling at Harmony Hall, 1:00 pm. Into: 886-  9271. 43  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday Irom 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770. 42  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets afternoons !2:30-2:30pm. call 886-2692, and  evenings 6:30-8:00pm, call 886-7159, at the  United Church, Glasslord Rd., Gibsons.       42  Gibsons Penslonsrs branch #38. Bingo at  Harmony Hall, 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome.  Into: 886-9906. 43  FRIDAYS  Gibsons Penslonsrs Branch #38 activities at  Harmony Hall: Painting lor Seniors, 10:00 am;  Tai Chi at 2:30 pm; Cards at 7:00 pm. Info:  886-2131 43  SATURDAYS  Caren Range Tours ol ancient forest, every  Saturday in September from 11am unlil 4 or  5pm Meet outside SC Wildlife Rehabilitation  Centre on Trout Lake Rd., Halfmoon Bay. Bring  a picnic lunch. For into call: 883-1198, 685-9624  ,883-2807. 42  Chapman Crsek Hatchery Tours, Weekly  group lours by appointment only. 4381 Parkway  Rd. (off Field Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-4136   42  SUNDAYS  'Welcome Back ths Salmon' frss guided  walks in Porpoise Bay Provincial Park at  2:00pm, until Nov. 8. Meel at the trail head in  the day use area, rain or shine. Inio.: 886-4642.  halfmoon bey happenings  hy Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Congratulations from us all  to the special lady who has  been chosen by the Sechell  Chamber of Commerce as the  1992 Citizen of the Year, ll was  with delight lhat we received  ihe announcement that Blva  Dinn will be honoured at the  special dinner on October 24.  She has always been a hardworking volunteer for Ihe Welcome Beach Community Association and is very highly  respected by all who know her.  Greal stuff, Elva!  Social Event  Some 50 folks enjoyed a  really great sauerkraut and German sausage dinner last Saturday al the Welcome Beach  hall's annual Oktoberfest.  There was lots of music and  polkas to round out the evening.  Special lhanks lo the Erbers and  the Apels and lo all the good  cooks and willing help that  made the evening a success.  Luncheon Date  Everyone is invited lo join  Iheir friends and neighbours for  a neighbourhood Welcome  Beach luncheon on Thursday,  Oct, 22. This will lx* from noon  and is a good chance to have a  gel-together on a friendly afternoon. The Sunday of Oct. 25 is  the date of the big Ilea market  al the hall. If you have any  ilems you would care lo donate  to a good cause they would be  gratefully accepted, If you have  some goods of your own and  would like to rem a lable, you  can do so by calling Bill al 885-  9032. Cosl is $7. You could  also call Bill if you arc in possession of any old pictures or  articles aboul the Welcome  Beach hall archives.  There will be a great garage  sale Saturday, Oct. 17. Proceeds  will go to the Welcome Beach  Preschool, so pop along lo 8927  Redrooffs and lend your support to a good local cause. community  Coast News, October 12, 1992  Kkkpin'  The Sunshine Coast branch of the BCSPCA received a boost at the start of their fundraising campaign when long-time supporter Quality Farms in Gibsons raised over $200 for the animal care society during two days of 20th year celebrations at the farm. Joel Johnstone photo  golden lifelines  by Joyce Ostry  I hope thai all of you had a  wonderful Thanksgiving.  I have an Aunt Nell who is  92 years of age. I can't say 92  years old, as she isn't old, she  has just collected those years.  She has been living alone most  of the lime since the 1970s. My  cousin, Evelyn, has been staying with her some of the time  and she also visits her children  part of Ihe year. (Aunt Nell had  no children). It was during one  of these visits that Aunt Nell  fell and lay for three days in her  body wastes, cold, thirsty and  hungry. The neighbours missed  her and tried to phone, but she  couldn't gel lo the phone. Finally the neighbours, fearing the  worst, summoned the police  4 who found her and saw to her  needs. Had she had Life Line  (she does now) she could have  called for help.  Life Line  Life Line has been on lhe  Coast for over a year and over  30 people are using It, People  have the button on Ihem at all  limes, so one can summon help.  Push Ihe button and if you don't  answer Ihe monitor help is sent  to you. It's Canada-wide.  When I wrote about bridge,  meeting every Saturday afternoon al 1 pm, the number of  tables mentioned was four - it  haibour watch  was supposed to read four plus  tables.  Our seniors calendar looks  like not much is happening in  October, but looks are deceiving. The days at the hall on  Mermaid are titled with activities. There is a craft sale on Oct.  24 at the hall. There will be a  small admission fee wilh a draw  of a teddy bear. Phone Pauline  al 885-5572 or Kay at 885-  3334. Refreshments are being  served by the gentlemen of  Branch 69. Doors open at 10  am. Start that Christmas shopping!  Dinner and entertainment are  listed for Oct. 31 and Ihis Hallowe'en night will be fun-filled  with unusual get-ups and goblins and dining and dancing.  There is some confusion on  exercise times and days. On  Monday and Thursday are exercises with Joan at 10 am. On  Wednesday at 10 am Betly is  Ihere for Tai Chi. Both of these  groups are very popular wilh  men and women. The classes  can be started at any time. The  invitation is to come out anytime.  The 69ers are having practice at 10 am Tuesday morning  at the hall on Mermaid. There is  a concert planned for Nov. I.  Time and place information will  come later.  by Jacalyn Vincent 883-2840  Just lo let you know, postal rates have gone up - just in lime for  Christmas!  The clinic auxiliary recently put on a raffle for the building fund  for the wing expansion. Here are lhe winners: Eddie Naughlon, rocking horse; Tina, afghan; Sally MacVean, $20 gift certificate from AC  Building Supplies. Many thanks go out to Barb at Taffy's for selling  tickets in her store, lo Bernice Lawson for making the beautiful  afghan, and lo contributor Mr. Calternole for the unbelievable rock-  Xing horse. The auxiliary thanks everyone who supported the raffle.  Library needs volunteers  I  .     The Pender Harbour Library is looking for volunteers who can  [spare a couple of hours per month at the cenlre. No experience is  necessary, and if you love books here's your chance! For further  i information please contact Maude at 883-2111 or Blanche at 883-  j 9656.  '    In the area between here and Vancouver Island, the fishing limit is  now reduced from eight rockfish to five daily, management areas 12  8- 19, 28 and 29, sub-areas 20-4 and 20-7 inclusive. Other areas  ;* remain at eight fish daily. For more details consult your 1992 tidal  {water sport fishing guide, fisheries, or call 666-3271.  p   The Pender Harbour School of Music is presenting a classical  ital by the trio Con Anima Sunday, Ocl. 18 at 2 pm in the music  hool. Relax and enjoy an afternoon of easy listening.  Lifeguard certificate  The PH Aquatic and Fitness Cenlre will be hosting the course for  . jam National Lifeguard Certificate Oct. 23 - 25 and Nov. 6. The  -.course fee is $125 and will be on Friday from 6 - 10 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm. You must be 16 years old and  have your Bronze Cross. Pie-registration is appreciated.  As the tide changes  ;j   Many birthday wishes to Hans Schroeder - have a great day!  ;|   Photocopy buffs - think your photocopy machine is overworked?  ; Around the world every minute one million originals are being  : copied. Unlil nexl week - be good lo yourself!  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  by Lynn Mees 883-1188  Blessed be Ihe October sun-  filled days. Isn't it jusl beautiful? I'm really feeling grateful  these days, as we're living pretty well outside. We're anticipating the roof of our house  going on, and a few other  friends are anticipating the  same thing. The time of year lo  do the things you've wanled to  do all summer is here. Get your  sketch books out, your journals, your brushes and canvas  and whatever makes you tick.  Quilting meetings are happening every second Wednesday of the month in the basement of Ihe Backeddy Pub.  Ah! Mushroom season is  upon us. I was out looking for  chanterelles the other day and  found a few small ones. I'll go  back to them in a couple of  days. Apparently there are  hardly any pines around  because of the dry season  we've had.  There sure have been a lot  of bears about. We had one  travel right behind our place  two nights ago. Looked to be  quite a big one. We flashed Ihe  lighl on him and so he decided  lo take off in a hurry. There's  also been several cougar sightings on Egmonl Road.  That's happy birthday to  Tim Roose, not Tom.  SPECIAL REBATE OFFER  -***-,**|l\C 00    on Canadian-Made  sM<-s30'    REFRIGERATORS ���-�����,  ���^t\t\   on Canadian-Made  StsAO'  self-clean ranges  I --"'' (and Self-Clean Built-in Ovensi  _ ^-  ��-" on Canadian-Made  fe^ft dishwashers  "Us How  Sechelt  __)  Furniture Land  Best Prices! Best Selection! Best Qualitv! Best Service1  Free Delivery You made us the leader in furniture & appliances  on the Sunshine Coast  Sunshine Coast Hwy., Sechelt 885-5756  Saturday, October 17,1992 ��� 10am-4pm  Capilano College (at Sechelt Indian Band Complex)  FREE ADMISSION  Meet over 25 Sunshine Coast Community Resource Providers  ��� Social Services ��� Health Services ��� Culture ��� Government ���  Special Quest Speakers:  11 am:   Results of the Healthy Communities Study ��� Consultant Norman Gleadow  1 pm:     Women's Resource Centre for the Sunshine Coast ��� Diane Evans, Coordinator  2 pm:     Chaudiere Artificial Reef Project ��� Monica Acciaroli, Tidal Wave Diving  Food ��� Entertainment�� 50/50 Draw ��� Quilting Display (Courtesy of Fat Quarters Quillers)  1 Weaving Display (Courtesy of S.C. Spinners & Weavers Guild)  Event sponsored by  ���Sunshine Coast Volunteer and Information Centre ��� Sunshine Coast Home Support Society ���  ��� Sunshine Coast Community Services Society ��� Sunshine Coast Community Futures Association ���  Tlmmamftfertleentmntmpetjieo^  Sechelt  Ice  Trl-Photo  Sechelt  Sechelt  O.K. Tire  Protech  Office  Electronics  Sechelt  Hardware  Talewind  Books  Pachlca  Pharmacy  ��� I.D.A.  Sechelt  Fire Place  A Qas Centre  McKIMMn  Accounting  Service  Sunshine Coma*  Business  DeVOtOpeteSnt  Centre  m 10  Coast News, October 12, 1992  *-*-.  SECHELT  $145,000  Brand new home features I bedrooms, i mil baths,  gas furnace on approx. 1/2 acre. Choose your colors.  Completion approx DM, 31/92. Lot J5, Fairway  Subdivision, iust past the arena. Ottered by builder.  88(6-84:4:5  leisure  Weaving the timeless magic of the Celts  Elphinstone  Secondary  ���News���  fanmunization  Grade 9 students will be receiving Ihe regular grade 9  immunizations soon. Did you know lhal Hepatitis B shots  are available through you doctor?  Lockers an not secure  Parents should know and remind their sons/daughters  that school lockers ore not a secure place to store  valuables. In fact, students should not bring valuables to  school as they are easily lost.  Coast learning Disabilities Association of B.C.  II you are interested in attending meetings of the above  organization, call Deborah Mcllralh at 885-2391  Parents Advisory Council  Next meeting is October 19, 7:30, Room 108.  Foi Parents Conference.  Salurday, October 17 , Sechelt Elementary.  Brochures and registration forms are available in all  schools  by John Burnside  The Saturday night high  lighl ol Sechelt's first Story  telling Festival last weekend  was entitled 'The Magic of the  Celt' and Ihe magnificently  named and gowned I'reasa  O'Driscoll brought to the  crowded Nonh Annex of Rockwood Lodge a two-part presen  tation of song and story with  which she has toured extensive  ly and successfully.  Looking for all the world  like a striking Druid priestess  from an ancient time, O'Driscoll  began her presentation with the  haunting, lilting strains of a  Celtic lament.  This particular auditor felt it  was a song for his molher and  his grandmother neither of  whom knew the (laclic Ian  guage in which it was sung, but  both of whom would surely  have recognized lhe language of  Ihe heart it conjured up.  O'Driscoll made it plain  immediately after the opening  lament that hers was not a world  of Ihe ancient exclusively, quoting a Vancouver poel from 1990  as saying: 'It is lime lo bring  forward Ihe gift of the old'.  Neither did she fail lo underline Ihe ancient roots of the wisdom which seems to be reas-  suming a relevance in the modern world.  From 500 B.C. she quoted a  sage whose utterance might well  serve as a slogan for the environmental movement today:  'Everything is the manifestation  of the one.'  The spokesman for the  ancient Celtic wisdom in song  and story was quick and gracious to point to the connections  and similarities between the  Celtic world view and the equally ancient wisdom of the North  American natives.  She had been an attentive  listener when Gilbert Joe of the  Sechelt Nation made his debut  as a public storyteller earlier in  ihe afternoon.  This was an eclectic performance as O'Driscoll held her  audience spellbound with brilliant recitation of ancient Irish  legends: quoted at length from  such Irish masters of the 20th  century as James Joyce, ending  her first half and second half  with Joyce's Finnegan's Wake  and Molly Bloom's soliloquy  from Ulysses; and sang most  beautifully a challenging range  of a capella offerings which  were as varied as the human  heart.  There were sturdy and cheerful Scottish work songs in Highland Gaelic, love songs, and in  her eerily beautiful rendition of  an Irish keening song we heard  Ihe very sound of grief and loss.  Neither was this in Ihe slight  est a solemn or stuffy performance. O'Driscoll's twinkling  wit was omnipresent.  On being spiritual she punctured the solemnly pretentious  with this segment of dialogue:  "Being spiritual is thinking spiritual thoughts whilst peeling the  potatoes."  "No, being spiritual is thinking about peeling the potatoes  whilst peeling the potatoes."  On the purpose of life, an  Irish view: "The purpose of life  is to have a big crowd at your  funeral."  This was a most gifted and  well-received performance.  THE NEW CONSTITUTIONAL AGREEMENT  THE  HIGHLIGHTS  A Social  and  Economic Union  Over the past two years, federal, provincial, territorial and Aboriginal  leaders have consulted with thousands of Canadians and concerned groups from  coast to coast. These consultations included Royal Commissions, participatory  conferences, parliamentary hearings, and hearings in the provinces and territories held by provincial and territorial legislatures.  Federal, provincial, territorial and Aboriginal  leaders have agreed unanimously on August 28,  1992 in Charlottetown on a package of constitutional proposals that recognizes the equality of  all Canadians and represents all of our interests.  The agreement is now before Canadians.  B      The agreement proposes that the new  Constitution would contain a statement of key economic and social objectives  shared by all of the governments in the federation. The objectives include  comprehensive, universal, portable, accessible and publicly administered health  care, adequate social services and benefits, high quality primary and secondary  education and reasonable access to post-secondary education, collective bargaining rights and a commitment to protecting  the environment. The economic policy objectives to be entrenched would be aimed at  strengthening the Canadian economic union;  the free movement of persons, goods, services,  and capital; ensuring full employment and a  reasonable standard of living for all Canadians;  ensuring sustainable and equitable development.  Exclusive provincial jurisdiction would be recognized in the areas of  forestry, mining, tourism, housing, recreation, municipal affairs, cultural matters  within the province, and labour market development and training. In addition,  to ensure the two levels of government work in  harmony, the government of Canada commits to  negotiating agreements with the provinces in areas  such as immigration, regional development and  telecommunications. Federal-provincial agreements on any subject could be protected by the  Constitution from unilateral change.  B      T tie new Canadian Constitution would  recognize the distinct nature of Quebec, based on its French language, unique  culture and civil law tradition  Parliamentary  Reform  Avoiding  Overlap and  Duplication  Distinct  Society  In the reformed Parliament, the Senate would reflect the equality of the  provinces while the House of Commons would be based more on the principle of  representation by population. As well, various  provinces would be assured a minimum amount  of seats in the House of Commons.  The proposed Senate would be made  up of six elected senators from each province  and one from each territory. Additional seats  would provide representation for Aboriginal  peoples. The reformed Senate's powers should  significantly increase the role of the elected Senators in the policy process.  The proposals recognize that Aboriginal peoples have an inherent  right to self-government and that the Constitution should enable them to  develop self-government arrangements and to take their place in the Canadian  federation. The proposals recognize Aboriginal governments as one of the  three constitutionally recognized orders of government in Canada. In addition,  the proposals provide for a negotiation process between Aboriginal leaders and  provincial and federal governments to put this right into effect. The recognition  of the inherent right would not create any new  rights to land, nor dilute existing treaty rights.  Now that Canada's federal, provincial,  territorial and Aboriginal leaders have reached  a consensus, it is the right of all Canadians to  understand the new proposals. Call the toll-free  number below to receive an easy-to-read  booklet on the new constitutional agreement  or a complete text.  It's your right to know what the constitutional proposals say, before  voting on October 26.  FOR INFORMATION CALL:  1-800-561-1188  Aboriginal  Self-  Government  Deal or hearing impaired:  1-800-465-7735  Canada  Nan Gregory turns on the  finer points of the storytelling  art at last weekend's  successful festival at the  Rockwood Centre.  Joel Johnstone photo  ontheertsbeet  Nostalghia, co-writlen by  Andrei Tarkovsky and the pro-'  lific Italian screenwriter Tonino  Ciuerra (known for his frequent  collaborations with Anlonioni,'  Fellini, Rosi, and Ihe Tavianis),  continues the Arts Council's'  Wednesday night film series.'  This is the first film Tarkovsky  directed outside the USSR and  proved to be his penultimate ���  work.  While in Italy researching  the life of an 18th century Rus-'  sian composer who committed '  suicide there, a Soviet musicologist has a sexually charged but'  unconsummated relationship'  with his beautiful translator and '  meets a mysterious madman on :  the brink of Armageddon.  Nostalghia is suffused with >  an almost overwhelming sense  of longing and homesickness,'  and    contains    some    of  Tarkovsky's most astonishing  imagery. This powerfully haunt- ���  ing meditation on man's search '  for self will show Oct. 14 at 8  pm at the Sunshine Coast Arts '  Centre, Trail and Medusa in '  Sechelt. <  This is the last week fori  offering nominations for the i  1992 Gillian Lowndes Memori-'  al Arts Award. Send written '  nominations to the Sunshine  Coast Arts Council, Box 1565,  Sechelt, BC by Oct. 16. '  !  Con Anima  returning  The Pender Harbour Music '  Society's concert series is back  in action after a short rest. '  The first event is on Sunday, Oct. 18 at 2 pm at Ihe '  Pender Harbour School of '  Music. Con Anima, a classical  trio consisting of Josephine  Hammond, soprano; Shelley  Cross, mezzo-soprano; and |  Clarke Steabner, quitar, will "  play a variety of music from  early to fairly modern.. Tickets  are on sale at Talewind Books,  Sechelt and Sunny's, Madeira  Park.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  S.afeWithUs  Leave your ewes tt home with us.  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The varied program was introduced by  Jan DeBruyn, who also treated the audience  to some poetry readings.  first on ihe program was a selection of  music from the Renaissance with vocal  solos and duets delightfully presented hy  Alice llorsman, liana llej/lar and Jirina  Vavrik. Recorders, together wilh piano,  made for pleasant listening, lhanks to Hannah Damtoft, llildegard Erber and lirika  Wright on recorders and pianist Joan Slater.  Also on piano throughout the program were  Enid Harrison and Tom Kershaw.  A selection of music from Russia was  next on the program wilh songs by Jirina  Vavrik and Alice llorsman, a medley of  which was accompanied by Nikki Weber on  guitar.  The final selection comprised music by  Handel, Pachelbel, Puccini and Joplin, to  name bul a few. with a selection for harp by  Robertson, played by l.ou Wilson.  Among Ihe guests appearing were Jason  Baggio on recorder and Suzanne White,  violin.  All the good people who shared Iheir  musical talents last Sunday are to be congratulated on the excellence of Iheir performances which gave such pleasure to the  audience and, hopefully, a nice sum of  money lo Ihe SPCA.  Richardson pulls off worthy storytelling feat  by Andy Jukes  Bill Richardson claims he  used to be a storyteller.  But as followers of his periodic contributions to, well...  periodicals and listeners who  enjoy his repartee with CBC's  Vicki Gabcreau well know,  Richardson has never slopped  telling stories.  Mundane or extraordinary,  from restaurant reviews lo  seemingly effortless poetry, his  stories are well-crafted and captivating.  Richardson entertained about  SO listeners Sunday (Oct. 4)  afternoon with six stories over  the course of an hour in one of  the final performances of the  Rockwood Centre's first Storytelling Festival.  Some audience members  may have been disappointed  that they weren't treated to any  of his own stories, but none left  the room feeling short-changed  by the stories (by others) he  chose to relate.  The first three stories were  folk tales, told in the third person. The brief story of "Gobble  Knoll" told of a hill that ate  men, and its defeat at the hands  of a clever rabbit.  The next story was familiar  to some in the audience - the  tale of a tin soldier with only  one leg who falls in love with a  paper princess, only to be catapulted into a series of adventures before being reunited in  death with his love.  The third story was an eerie  Haitian folk tale wilh overtones  of voodoo, concerning a young  girl who befriends a magical  fish, only to have her family kill  it out of jealousy.  Richardson's final three stories were all told in the first person, beginning wilh an excerpt  from an Alice Munro novel,  about a young girl who enjoys  the library and seeks out the  "dirty parts" in classical tales so  that her friend, who is more  interested in acquiring sexual  QWerfjt/  SECHELT  LEGION #140  Saturday, Oct. 17  "EDELWEIS"  6 pm-Midnight  Free Admission  German Food Available  knowledge, will accompany her  to the library. The slory was  both humorous and poignant.  The second story, by American writer Gritce Paley, also  concerned a library. Though  more oblique, it was also funny  and thought-provoking as it told  how a woman's chance  encounter with her ex-husband  inspires her to return two Edith  Wharton novels which have  been overdue for 18 years, only  lo check them out again.  The final story, by Carol  Shields, brought Richardson's  hour to a satisfying close. Set in  Winnipeg, it relates the hilarious flights of fantasy experi-  BIU Richardson  enced by a man who sees a simple sign - "Wendy is Back!" -  in the window of an orthopedic  shoe store. The three simple  words inspire the nameless narrator into ever greater rhapsodies as he fantasizes about,  and falls in love with, the  anonymous Wendy.  One almost wished one had  the written texts, particularly of  the final three stories, to see  how closely Richardson was  following them - was he reciting the lines from memory as if  the story were a role in a play,  or was he free-associating along  the general theme of Ihe story?  No matter - Ihe results were  seamless and spellbinding.  As a storyteller, Richardson  was first-rate. His voice and a  modest amount of body language were enough to hold the  audience in a seeming thrall for  the course of each story. The  single instance where he stumbled over a phrase rang out like  a gunshot but only reminded  one how technically perfect his  delivery was overall.  Most important, his constant  eye conlacl with very person in  the room over the course of the  hour left each with the impression that Richardson was  speaking to him or her alone - a  worthy feat.  10 HOMES TO MODEL  THE MOST BEAUTIFUL, SOPHISTICATED SIDING,  UNPARALLELED IN THE INDUSTRY. THE RICHNESS OF REAL  WOOD HAS BEEN REFINED WITH  Mm if��  SEVEN SUBTLE INTERPRETATIONS OF NATURAL COLOUR  WITH ALL THE TEXTURE AND CHARACTER OF  UMLOTMH  * * 'LIMITED TIME OFFER * * *  CALL JOHN ORBAN: 1 -800-663-0555  INTERNATIONAL EXTERIORS (B.C.) LTD.  SERVING BRITISH COLUMBIA SINCE 1969  <   at    a a   ><   > <   )<   ><   i <   la   ii   ><   >(   > <   >(   > <   >(   >i   ><   >()��   >(   )<   ><   >  THANKSGIVING SPECIAL  au aithing $2.00 A BAG octs,9&io  Thrifty's  nm  0%   KOtl.7tl*t  Donations     886 2488 oi Box 598  Dr. Vineyard Choy D.M.D.  NOW OPEN  in Seaview Place, Gibsons  Pander Harbour  883-8987  BRICIT GARRETT, R.M.T.  will be returning (after being on maternity leave)  y  to  IN TOUCH THERAPEUTICS  on  Saturday, October 17th  Call 883-2545 for appointments.  ufre&p^tqjSi  Next General Meeting  Wetl.Oct. 21 7:30pm  CRIB NIGHT  THURSDAYS  8pm SHARP  3064 I ,ower Road ��� 886-9984  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing .Store  & Lotto Centre  10% ORFFOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  f^H^eHtty'j  IflABHUL  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883*2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883*2929  TbpS, I'mp.s&'Owers  Ufmlstety & liepain  MARIMA  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors welcome  t /2 Mu. Noimh or GARDKN DAY RO.  Hwy. tot 883-9541  883-2888  pott  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Peninsula Place  Corner of Sunshine Coast Hwy 8  Francis Peninsula Rd 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  Pnnder Hiuboua. B C. 883-2630  l.tVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  DINING  js  fiin i WMUtaTTfaifit rtnMaiirairt - Montagu  J  Aft t-wttm ��� flatilng (lurun ��� Mm H-miuOs  I-UB HKSTAURANTT  B83 2674 883-9919  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  einoaie  Tar & Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolds   883-9303   w matrix  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  ...    ...... m  Cert. 7111  Ftey Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883*9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  .   883-9525  FAX:883-9524  i ST. JOHN  AMBULANCE  FIRST AIP COURSE  * Standard First Aid ($75)  Saturday & Sunday, November 7&8  it rcijisli.ition .md more di  SSf)-()161  sports  Sunshine Coast Sharks faced off  with the Powell River Regals in  the first game of the season,  Oct. 2.  Joel Johnstone photo  JWuM  HOME-BASED BUSINESS  WORKSHOP  TOPICS COVERED:  ��� Marketing products and  services trom the home  ��� Advertising, promotion and  publicity  ��� Developing the right image  ��� Short course in setting  ��� Examples of effective HBB  marketing  ��� Managing more efficiently  and profitably  WORKSHOP:  Date: October 23 k 24  Time: Friday 7 pm to *t pm  Saturday4 am to 3 pm  Location: South Campus,  Capilano College  SS45 Highway 101,  Sechelt  Fee: $35.00  REGISTRATION FORMS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:  Sunshine Coast Business Development Centre, Suile #205  5710 Teredo Si, Sechelt, ta&S-lW  Sechell tV Dislricl Chamber of Commerce, 5555 Sunshine Coast Highway, Sechell, #885-3100  Gibsons & District Chamber of Commerce, 668 Sunnycrest Rd, Gibsons (behind Chevron Station) #886-2325  Pender Harbour 4 Egmont Chamber of Commerce, Contact Larry Curtis at #883-2456  simnsohpi) ni Government of British Columbia  in PARTNERS! ui' win i Your Local Chamber of Commerce,  S.C. Home Based Business Association  & S.C. Business Development Centre, Ltd.  A&  II you have stm-tliing lo sell, lei lhe     )^)\ST*NkWS       r-rl *���'*��� <"����������� nni)"im.ktt  Don Tamelin helped  minor hockey in Sechelt  -by going into overtime.  Don is an account manager  at Royal Bank here in Sechelt.  But in his spare time, he's a  director of the Sunshine  Coast Minor Hockey  Association, which keeps  eighteen teams looking sharp  on the ice.  So Don scores big with the  12- and 13-year-old Pee Wee  players in our community.  In addition to being a  volunteer director with the  Association, Don is also the popular and well-  respected coach of his own minor hockey team,  the Sunshine Coast Flames.  And he doesn't do it all in regulation time.  During the season, Don practices with the team  every Wednesday night after work, and on  weekends they usually  compete in games and  tournaments.  Hockey is definitely in  Don's blood. After all, he  played the sport himself for  ten years, and his father  was a coach when he was  growing up.  Why does Don do it?  "I like to see the kids  develop and work as a  team," he says.  Thanks, Don, for giving the kids in Sechelt a  great team-player to look up to.  And to all of the other Royal Bank people here  and across Canada who volunteer their time in so  many ways, we'd just like to say thanks for doing  what you do.  ���*��� 0 \.  ROYAL BANK  HSL  K New Spirit  ofClvIni  Sharks'  coach  predicts  good year  of hockey  While the Sechell Sharks  may have lost Iheir first game  of the season by a nine goal  margin (12-3 against a more  experienced Powell River  team), their coach is optimistic  the leam will have a more productive lime of it this season  than last.  According to coach Jim  Cray, last year Ihe Sharks "tied  one game and were competitive  in 4 or 5."  "We've got some good players this year," Gray said, "and I  think we're going lo do alright."  He blamed last year's troubles on the crowded ice conditions al Ihe Sechelt arena saying: "The problem was we  couldn't gel any ice time to  practise."  While Gray coached Ihe  Sharks through a portion of last  year, he said the lack of practice lime made a coach's job  redundant "There's only so  much you can do on a blackboard at this level of play," he  said.  This year, however, Ihe  another Coast league has come  through to help the Sharks with  their ice shortage problems.  "This year Ihe commercial  league has given up some of its  ice time so that we can play,"  Gray said.  The Coast's commercial league is a non-contact league consisting of five teams and , in  addition to providing the Sharks  with needed ice time for practices, the full conlact Sharks get  most of their players from Ihe  commercial league.  "You might say the Sharks are  sort of an all-star team of the  commercial league," Gray said.  . Gray said the Sharks, is participants in the Vancouver  based Royal City Hockey  league, will play 28 games this  season and travel lo places like  Revelstoke and Trail.  Travel and accommodations  for the team cost in the neighbourhood of $25,000 a year or  about $500 a player. Gray said  sponsorship for the Team  comes from a variety of Coast  business, each of which sponsors a single player.  Gray said the only real problem facing the Sharks for the  next few games is a shortage of  key players drawn away by  hunting season. "When they get  back we should be playing  some good hockey, though."  11  LOVEV^BOAT  ALASKA  CRUISE  FROM $749*  BOOK  BY  DEC. 31.  rhc awesome Usi  frontlet Is waiting  for you Come  and sail the Inside  Passage 7 days  round-trip from Vancouver You'll  call ai gold-rush towns and experience the awesome beauty of  Glacier Hay Or cruise the Inside  Passage and then cross the Gull  of Alaska on the 7-day "Voyage  of the Glaciers'1 You can also  combine a Princess cruise with a  land tour Book by Dec 31 and  cruise from $749*  ���Per person, double occupinc) "P* stale-  room taicgory Per person |>ori charges are  S74-S129    British and l.ih-nan Registry  Princess Cruises  Suncoast Agencies  Travel Department  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  Bo*a*tf2*a*J Coast News, October 12, 1992  13  1  Your first choice in foods  Serving the Community Since 1950  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt 885-2025  Meat     885-9812      Bakery      885-9823  Sunday 10-6  Mon ��� Thurs 9-7  Friday 99  Saturday 96  Groceries  % ���,  �������..  Save-A-Tape  For a limited tinw. you tun sate tush reyister tapaa lor  yourself. Any tapta dated between March I. I9S3 and D*x  1. 1992 can /V exchanyed al our service counter lor a yilt  certificate, redeemable al any one of the folltnciny Trail  Hay Mall stores: llohhie'.( Shoes, h'alstcn /.ales. Hooks and  Stuff Coddard's. Suva Jewellery. Ilendyttarlers. I pslatrs  tt Downstairs Shoppe. Sew tasy or Sole f'eelures.  You will receive one Sill yilt certificate for each S.itll)  in tapes. Your certificates can be redeemed for yoods or  scrciccs, any lime prior lo Dec L't, 199'J. Spend them as  you yet them or save Ihem up!  ^5T  Groceries  Purina  Cat Chow 708  4 kg you save 2.31 ��  Lysol deodorizing  Cleaner 493  790 ml you save 1.01 1  Clad  Plastic Wkap 9*j8  60 m yousave 1.17 ���m  KWAm  CHEESE FESTIVAL  a^t^^l'       1  790 ml ,,,, I  Kraft  Orange*  909 ml ..,.JW**��Ya*,'.J  Kraft process cheese.   ���;*-,'  ~ ~ " pi -iH  ������<* ����� fa  Kraft  Ch  aoog- ,��� ���������������y.s!  Fastalv  m    m^m*~tM*T~*~aam .~t^*\*\ --  130 g..���.   Kraft Parkay  MOT  1.36 kg..  Kraft assorted  3*c32g   Kraft Crackerbarrel  __^___\^_______*_\__*_\_______a i  907 g >...���*��.?  Kraft grated  PaniM  250*... ,,....,.., y  Kraft process  Cheese  800g.....   Kraft Philadelphia  Cream  2a*50g.. ....you  Sole Filets 499  li4��/ltg       "��rfc  Smoked '.;$  Kippers 029  r.��wfcg  v   ���*��  DutebBoy  Pickled I ton wy       <%ss  JfflOg. 4 varieties  W      ea.  le  **���.���*��� ������ &**>  Schneider's  Montreal Corned Beef-j 29  Sliced, 100 g  I  Grimm's  Honey Ham or  Sliced, 100 g  I��7��7  Seafood  Deli  These are jusl a few of the more than 350  specials you ll find in store for you.  Prices effective Monday, October 12 to  Sunday, October 18.  "An alternative lo cash  or cheques - use your  hank debit card!" Delails   al the checkout...   Meat  Canada Grade A Beef  T-Boneor  Hflsill   mtt m Mail  ivingstoaK  8,.90/kg   By the piece  nair poncLon  4.39/kg   Fresh - back attached  Chicken Ley  Fanwy Pack  1.94/kg   Fresh - family pack  Chicken Wlnys  3.73/kg    ~~~  Fresh boneless  Chid  u.oo/kg   Schneider's  IVI9  250 g   Grimm's brown-and-serve  WeJswurst  7.69/kg   Grimm's  i.A,^.,��f.,,..^  Freybe  Bavarian smokies  6.59/kg   2P%  .1  Bakery  .,  \_____^_^_wKKa{wKKf '���"  ���  _______________________________________________\____*____t_%.,:  l��35^  't%mM_m  ',    W^  ,"���, ���.��;  ���-������������!������:'������ W    .         .;���;','���  H          i^H^ ~���  _^_^_^_W__w ��~*  1                 HPHMiiililiP''' "'*';  t43  i' ���BI IB'5'  Produce  U.S. or B.C.  5tos/1����  vs.  B.C.  Dnppod Canoti ���  5 lbs   Washington  New crop. 1.30/kg   B.C.  CoHo Spinach    6O0 off  Any Deli Item  0e i ^v ' Limit one per customer  Offer Expires October 18, 1992.  aT-af-M AUTOMOTIVE  ���  AUTO UPHOilTIHY  ���Seat* ��� Door Paneta ��� Httdllnert <  ��� Carpet* ��� Vinyl Top* ��� Convtjrttom* ���  K. Olsen 885-7072   HR ' ILC, C���leSSacliaftB.C. VONJAO   kalQtire  tj we sell il. ..we guarantee it!  SS3I Whiif Aosd. StchtN ��� MS 7W7  aa^am   _\______%_^______\_W______t\^ ____________\_%t^^_a m ____^_m____m_m_t\  raxameeemmviaawnM.mtjam        J  n  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  For the linishing touch  Eric's Drywall  ���iVe in t all  ALWAYS WIJMtiN  DRYWALL FINISHER   ��  EXCAVATING  HEATING  SECFIEIT FIRE PLACE .  K GAS CENTRE I  ��� G.ts ��� Wood  ��� CiuttislDty.s * Zfto O.tf.incr  ��� All Vrnlmq Syslrms ��� Comptvtr S.tlvs K (ilsf.iK.ifiii  ��� Qu.ititivd Dt-.iln ��� Ct il'lifd TV, hnu i.r-i-, ���  S/ /( l\\ lit H �� \l A    It    \lil  I Ii >( 'S/  ><��� l I  It h..i I Kil   SS * /l/l  YOU BOARD,  I'LL TAPE,  READY TO PAINT  BMB DRYWALL  Call alter 5 pm: Coaly B3S-SS64  Umd Charing        885-3469  J^g^,,,    886-8053  fret? IWMW  ^R<��p  EXCA'  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O's  8852340  Hwy tot. across St  liom Big Mac's. Sechelt  l,i.lust���..l      AUTOMOTIVE M.,nne  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  lObl Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mo"   In  tab Ml  B-h Sun   ID-.j/  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Mm!.Imi; ��� Ren\odllUng ��� From ing  Foundations ��� Home Repairs ��� l,cm-r.il  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  in "insli Ron Achesun 085-0891 mcrfcOOpn  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  Licensed & Handed  P.4RKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  KB. aVOOOROW  Residential * Cas Installations \V Service  Res: (604) 588-6707  L or toll Ir��� pager: 1-97H371  Propane*  Nstursl Oss j  SECHELT RADIATORS ���  Comptete Couting Systrm Service Centre  I    ��� ������    ���    I    ���    I   ��    ft    ���    ���    I    I    I    ���   ���"'���    IX  We Kc|i.in X. Rqifaue K��ib, H...1.1 (.wri, & Cu l.uiki  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE |  , U��d * K<-t.tult ��� l'i. k up K- Itobvriy  - I  *  a^_^_^ ���   ���  4349 S.C. Hwy.  Across Irom Sunshine GM  i Mon.  s.n  885-7986  r  M J J. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, I ASIA, Miutlir.    CEDAR SIDING    J  I .red Cocker  (IrJ.r M *��������*. j|*i)  I'hone KNS 606S  IS> Box 1596  Sn-hcll, B.C.  VON jAUy/  BCJILDING CONTRACTORS  CONCRETE SERVICES  IxiavatlnR  ' I IIIHlMHIH'  (unslriB lk>n  Minim  . senna  ��� BaoktWHift       ���DrMlm����  ��� low Impml Ii SaalMi land  Clawing  ��* 886-8538  a 220-8767  ��� DvmoNtkin  ���Hrlalnlnit  Walls  MIX 1221,  GIBSONS aCy,  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks,  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  UN NOW IM-7IH  V. Showroom: e73 raunt Rd. Gibsons        _  GRAEMAR CONSTRUCTION  Camera Cmttnichxi  FOUNDATIONS ��� FRAMING  RENOVATIONS ��� ADDITIONS  FINISHING ��� VWL/VvOOO SIDING  1J Yean  Experience  (W  CONSTRUCTION  KitatiCmklU'.  ��� Residential &  ('timmm-ial Construction  ��� Keniavatiiiiu  ��� Additions  Laurie Lacovetsky ��� 885-2887  BLUE J A Y CONTRACTOR  "Thar Finishing Touch People'  SPECIALTY  Interior Hnidiing * Kltdten Cabinets  Ml Types of Woodwork ��� .10 Years Txperlence  High Quality Warkmanstitp  No fob Too Small       , Free Estimate  Eric 886-3349 euc     .  ���jjp  ffmtruc BACKHOE  SERVICE  a SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DBA1NAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  t WATER LINES *���*** ���'��� �����  .cleabing      Steve Jones    886-8269  direct  DRYWALL  SYSTEMS  ���     Residential ��� Commercial  BOARD 8TEEL aTUOS  SPRAY 886*8657    CUSTOM CEILINGS  Gerald R. McConnell Ron Hovden  ,    (eel) 250-5073 (eel) 644*5767  Residential  Commercial  Auto Glass  Mirror walls  Brad  Peninsula Glass  & Aluminum  70S Hwy. 101, Gibsons 880-8580  24hr. Commercial Emergency 888 - 8414  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial tV residential roofing  ESTIMATES  ftflfi.9(*iA7 All WORK I  OOO-atUOr eves ouaranteeo J  ��� RENOVATIONS  T. WOHO, SOX 713, ailSONI. I.C. VON IVO  Ashward Contracting  ** QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  For Eslimale Call  Howard Aahmore  885-6443 J  "FREE  ESTIMATES'  tpeclelliln. In II  typee et noting  m MwMlM  tn yall.tr **��a*  Knuusuittuum  TJLC.  .Electrical & PKimblng  Residential ��� Commercled  Water Heaters ��� Electric Heat  Conlraclora Uc No. MM  880-3344  R,  :N  SECHELTPLANT  885-7180  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand a Gravel  C     CONCRETE  O  4&-e  J  si avixc rm sumhini coasi!  SfPnc TANKS        Gibsons plant  IVfLL LIHEHS ^'"SUNS PLANT  cuBes. Etc 886-8174  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  If </<*--��� tAitiri; aiihtfiliMnii li��*i��  you'd hi: ii*��iiIii����i .iliout  yonr%i:lf - Anil sn would  ever yljocly ��'ls*-  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  D&P Contracting  CONCRETE SPECIALISTS  PLACING & FINISHING  DENIS TURENNE      OFFICE: S85-S492  PAUL DESAUTELS CEl: 361 -.4432  Swanson's  Ready Mix Lid.  -Aaounu������.     t��� fen -  ���Ditpmh ���   p���AimutiEs^���1     j~.��� nx  ,  tWjgjg     | i W5-5333I   |IB5-22M|  3 Baich Plaints on x^m Sun��hin��i Comal  Qlbsons aSechaR Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnet Rd.. Sechslt  STK EXCAVATING  AND ROAD BUILDING  ���UmtJflBaring ��� Driveways  ��� [OTiT��fj�� ��� Landscaping  ��� Retaining Walls  ��� Sand j 6-at-e/s  ��� Septic Systems ��� elc.  ���Quality a  Punctuality.  886-9020  Trucking    Bob Ounry  BgjJjN NEWMW EXCAVAHNO  Septic Fields. Beck Filling  Dralnaoe��Excavations  Water Lines'Rock Walls  Landscape Cunstructlon  A * T ENTERPRISES: Conetruetlen S^loee A  Serving The Cosst Since IM5 |  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  S  A  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  0 )'  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PUNT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 885-2726 SECHELT B.C.  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  Need a hoe? Call a pro!  "Grade-Rite  Excavating Ltd."  Property Development  Roads & Driveways  All Excavations ��� Free Estimates  885-7140  ��� PAINTING  ��� CARPENTRY  - GENERAL REPAIRS  ��� QUALITY WORK  KIITH WILIS  885*6272  Cc^nwraal/i-tostclentaal  Fully Guaranteed  The compter* rooing piu*Kiianafc  886-0920  * Roberts Creek Call: 886-3977,  Installation of:  ���TAMKO Fibreglass Roofing  ���INDAL Metal Roofing and  Cladding  ���Wolverine and BP Vinyl Siding  ���West Coast Solarium Systems  FREE ESTIMATES  CALL 883-9551,  or Van. toll free 669*2604  After hours call Fraser Murphy 883-9767  PETER J. SUGARS  C-ustaTiCaNaTeti  Kltchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    ���    res. 886-2231  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  CENTURY ROCK  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  . KITCHENS * BATHROOMS ���  Cwllulmr  644-4907  RockWlHl  Plttai  Fielnji  Planters  885-5910  PRECISE PAINTING 8c PlaASTER  ��� Cumukte Custom Painting  ��� Stucco  ��� All Pli���� of Drvwal  ��� Juurnryman Workmamhip  Neale  HMiil  Fa-ee  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial, Industrial  "Experience) Makes  ?!?.?!!!?!!?nC#"    ***t CAMIRON ROW  JOE McCANN MADEIRA NM, B.C.  \R*g. 10131 V0t��12H0C<tlM4-����0��  a^7  af^%_\     POMFRET  "^SpncOIMSTRUCTIOM  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  RR2 S41 C5, Gibsons, B.C. VONIVO   Phone 8868900  Furniture  aVII'stori  Highway 101, Bon 2549, Sechell, B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone (604) 885-5756 ��� Fen (604) 885-2756  I.&. electric  Larry AntftafiM  For Professional & Courteous Service  IUL1-in4IHMMkM.IL    MUniOMMMIM  lMt,IX.MMim     le-.Se.1HfI  -        ff'      RENOVATIONS WITH  l\/If/IIP. * T0UCH 0F CLASS  ptV* ���**��   COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER M5^  LTD HALFMOON Ml  /bRIAN'SROOFING & ATTIC VENTILATION^  mncaorrm in ciauiete. le ak meawte  'lowuko- wHamvara amc vnrrs  ��� KEEPS YCUfl HOME CCaX IN SlAeJEfl  a PHEVENTS CON0CNSATION IN VVNTEfl  B B B LICENSED A INSURED ��� FREE EGTIMAIES  SEWINQ THE SUNSHINE COAST  1665-4^-301  STILES ELECTRIC  Specializing In  . IneiWenftal a R.novafloni ��� New Initaltitlon.  Top quality work. Excellent references  Phone M3-02M. Ce*. 230-2967      Reg 17242  D  .CONTOUR  _    Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpel & Blinds  V^SHOWflOOM 651 HWY. 101 ��� GIBSONS ��� B.C. ��� PH/FAX: tK-mJ Coast News, October 12, 1992  15  communily  6:10 13.8  12 11:40 8.9  MO   5:05 13.5  11:55 3R  FRI TIME HT FT  1:50 2.9  16    9:15 14.3  FR    2:40 10 8  7:10 12.9  6:50 14.0  13 12:20 9.5  TU    5:30    13.4  SAT TIME HT. FT.  REFERENCE:  Pacific Standard Time  12:30  3.2  14  7:35  14.2  WE  1:00  10.0  6:00  13.3  SUN  TIME  HT. FT.  1:05  8:25  1:45  6:30  29  143  10.4  13 2  m. 1 nan to. ajajt a a. la*  Tide Tables Courtesy of  Sunshine Coast Home Support Society  celebrates annual home support week  by Martha Scales  Home Support Week is an annual event that is celebrated on the  Sunshine Coast, as well as throughout the province and across Canada. This is our opportunity to recognize that Home Support Services  are an integral part of health care in the community.  Many senior, disabled, ill, and grieving adults are able to remain  at home and live a fuller life because of Home Support Services.  During Home Support Week, we recognize the many employees and  volunteers who provide the care, thereby making a significant and  valuable contribution to the community.  On Ihe Sunshine Coast, more than 425 people benefit from services provided by more than 100 employees and volunteers of Ihe  Sunshine Coast Home Support Society. Services available are: Home  Support (Home Support Workers), Adull Day Care al Kirkland Centre, Meals on Wheels, Hospice, Outreach Program, "Who Care Who  Cares" for family caregivers.  The society is a non-profit, charitable organization. The primary  purchasers of service are Ihe Ministry of Health and Ihe Ministry of  Social Services. For more information, phone 885-5144 or stop by  the office at #202-5710 Teredo Street in Sechell.  COMPARE & SAVE EVERYDAY!  Best prices on the entire Coast for hot & cold  sandwiches, milkshakes, home made soups,  cappuccino, cheeses, dried fruits, & nuts, vitamins,  herbs & spices, health & beauty care.  WE PAY ALL GST!  CLIP & SAVE  Qbcfgrrigs schedule  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  i  ��� Leave Langdale  J 6:20 am  ��� 8:30  2:30  4:30 pm  i 10:30        6:30  J 12:25 pm    8:20  Leave Hof seshoe Bay  7:30 am    3:30  9:30        5:30 pm  11:30      7:25  1:15 pm   9:15  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Lame Earls Cove Leave Saltery Bay  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  12:25 pm  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20  5:45 am 3:30 pm  7:35 5:30  9:30 7:30  11:30 9:20  Your mainland connection.  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V^U.-' *")  Cobra Boats now  ^*      ��� * ��"**-**  In-Stock  "outboards  w  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts &  Chrle Napp-r 886-3468  R.R.M, S6, C78,  .Gibaona, B.C. VON 1V0  GIBSONS: 886*0225   SECHELT: 8854422  f*W^ 9m*\r*4tA9 w*M  9f^_r\9ja\\a   ^afw t0*rww   fFaj��*WlGW*/��*'**'*"**��^'  Flu  season  bits  Coast  The influenza virus is one of  Ihe most contagious viruses  known to medical science, and  the British Columbia Lung  Association (BCLA) has issued  a flu alert, urging British  Columbians - especially those  in high-risk groups - to be vaccinated soon against this respiratory infection.  Flu season usually begins in  mid-October and persists  throughout the winter months.  The vaccine is available from  health units and physicians  throughout the province.  "The flu can be life-threatening for certain individuals at  'high risk'. It can be a special  hazard for those over age 65  and those wilh chronic lung or  heart conditions for whom the  virus can mean hospitalization,"  said Kelly Ablog-Morrant,  BCLA director of health educa-  11 lion.  Vita Soy Soya Milk $ 2.55 litre  Black Forest Ham $10.95 kg  Smoked Turkey Breast       $12.95 kg  All Our Vegetables Are Organic  VARIETY  FOODS  The BIGGEST Link Store In Glbtaona Landing 886-2936  Last weekend of our  Farmers Market this Sunday  10am-1 pm  Thank you from all of us at  Quality for your support over the  ,  last 20 years. The weekend'/  celebration was a great success.  Thanks to all who helped support the S.P.C.A.  with our hot dog & pop sale.  ��� Raffle Wlnnara: tTS-aiaunen Wilton SSO-Shtly TrnotUg  SltHiorttn Heard $2S-t3ob Bertiri t25-ArmWeo*r  SlO-Jak* OanUeon   StO-P*tBrad*liaw  SID-Joan Robb SIO-Noreen Heard StOOIyaChlttick  Buckerfield's  DEALER  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  _      -   Pratt Rd.. Gibsons 886-7527   r 3 t  mJmM     Mon. - Sat. 9 - 5:30    Sun. 10-4     L 1  1  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE \  " "���-������   -ming .  'Beams       ijanViiktl  _m_W  LAP/NAB-V AUTO RMjTS  "lust  for Starters"  PREMIUM UAP/NAPA  BATTERIES  ��� Maintenance Free ��� 60-Month Warranty  ��� 580 Cranking Amps  ��� Available in 24C, 24F      $AQ95  and 74 Series \J^ ea.  UAP/NAPA BATTERY  BLANKETS  ��� Extends Batter,' Lite Q,  ��� Prevents Loss or Starting $ 1  / "5  Power iUMI laW  WINTER i(_QQ  WIPER BLADES *7 -  A must for winter driving.  Popular sues 15", 16" & 18".  UAP/NAPA  BOOSTER CABLES  ��� 12' in length _���  . Flexible I..      $1 Q99  -58��F   mow    a\.Z7 ea.  UAP/NAPA  25 pc. SURVIVAL KIT  A must in      a,_r_r.QQ  winter for       ^w\m��  any vehicle        \J^ ea.  UAP/NAPA 21 pc.  FIRST     $-}Q99  AID KIT    i/7 ea.  Because there are no unimportant parts.1"     b��> MNAPA>  VUit the participating UAP/NAPA AUTO PARTS Store in your part of town.  SUNSHINE AUTO SUPPLY  Sale prices in effect until Octofcer 31, 1992 or while supplies last.  5546 Wharf Road  Sechelt  885*2296 16  Coast News, October 12, 1992  Tttk*? AehHemt4a]g*9 **J'tmr NateP l latxxi/i'iui Ati S/ft'ait*/  Run yottr classified &d 6 times,  and payfor only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday    Gibsons &  .JffiL    Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Pioperty  Two bedroom rancher in tho Gibsons Bay atea pnced loi quick  sale $124,900.8BW809.  t43cn  Wanted -  watetltont oi acreage  with view in Sargeant Bay or Half  moon Bay  area Jim 591-3604 alt.  6pm.  ���43W  GIBSONS BEST BUY  1246 Sq.lt.. 3 bdtm lamily size  mobile . exc cond $65,700 Call  Parkers 623-5116 - Sutlon Grp-  Sentine Realty 42cn  1    Homes &  Property  855 Oceanmount Blvd , Ocean-  mount Estates Beautilul family  home Four bdrms, ensuite, pius  two additional Damrooms Traditional decor Quality carpets and  flooring Ocean and mountain  view S245.Q00 686-2963. #43cn  West Sechelt, 1440 sq tt D/W  home, 3 bdrms., 2 tull batns. lamily  room, bar, partial basement with  additional bathroom, double  garage on over I acre lot 885-  5611. M2W  NATIONAL  SIR\I< I  NRS GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  Oct DM  6 mo.  1 yr. 1 2 yr.  3yr.  4yr. 1 5j(r.  lit  a.7��  7.7S    a 25  a.7>  1.00    I.2S  2nd  a.2$  S.25 1 I.7S  0 25  ISO |i.75  Major Bank Prima Rata a.JSN  Call lor your  trrw market evaluation  of your property now  Jerry Ridgewell  Office: 886-2277 Ret: 886-0240  7 Love To Sell Real Estate"  CLASSIFICATIONS  1.   Heme�� Propaaty  ���TN  I    Births  J.   Obltuartea  4.    In Mamorfani  i.   TkankYou  a.   Paraonal  GREAT)  7.    Announa-amant  a.    Rtcrtaataon  t.    Waddlnga t  vBEA/  Engaeaananta  10. Lost  11. Found  12. Pata a Livestock  19. Music  mme%  14. Travel  tarn  11. Wanted  a^ajajpjjst  ta. Fraaj  mm  17. oarsgoSaltt  ^^  It. Barter �� Tract)  30.  Bad and Braaktaet  It. Apptaneaa  11.  For Rant  20. FumNura  >2.  Caxnmarclal tor Rant  XI. For Sale  19.  Entertainment  22.  Heavy Equapmtnt  34.  Help Wanted  a. Autot  M.  Buelneee and Home  14. Trueka  Saa-vlcea  21. Cairapaca  M.  Work Wanted  37.  Child Can  27. MobHa llontaa  M.  Buelneee Opportunltkae  2a. Howfoycna  It  Laval  21. Wanted to Bent  40  Too Late to Cheeky  cTastNews  SKWsas  At any of our convenient  Friendly  wm People Places am  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 8B3-95M  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  BSJ STORE 885-94JJ  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-5400  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  /-es-4,  5521 Cowrie Street 88W930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Doctalde Pharmacy)  8H6-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Dave Orr and his great staff will help you place  your classifieds at AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly .People Places in Pender Harbour,  Homes &  Property  5670 Trident Ave.. Sechelt  Excellenl starter with investment  potential, situated on 37 acie and  quiel one-way stieet This older  home vanth 2 bdims and large den  is located within minutes ol  schools, public tiansp. shopping  centres and hospital Nearby is  Porpoise Bay wilh Govl docks.  Iloal plane services, manna, boal  launching and the most breathtaking view ol Sechell Peninsula.  With a little TLC this ones a keeper Call Richard 31 Surton-Medal-  lion Really al 835-0211 or 294-  3863 M1B*  752 Hwy  101  50x268101 .1 txlrm  older house. $165,000 666-9049  Choice view lot with esc building  site, cleared driveway and perc  passed Wesl Porpoise Bay.  S68.000 665-2105 I42W  DELUXE MOBILE HOME  2 bdrm 14x70. with mountain view,  large eatnn kitchen, built-in hutches, vaulted ceiling. All gyproc.  deluxe bath. 4 appliances, nicely  landscaped, cedar deck, mud-  room, two sheds Senous inquiries  only. 686-4697 42cn  Ocean Mount subdivision, Gibsons, lol 159. 119'x173' cleared  with underground services. Price  $64,000,886-7550 41*  Buying or Selling  a mobile home?  For expert results  call Nick Proach  885-6340  Valley Pacific Realty  ECOTEC EXPERIMENTAL COMMUNITY forming energy producing  structures, individual home sites.  Nature assisted tech. needs enthusiastic participants. ECOTEC, PO  Box 1385, Gibsons. BC VON IVO.  ���41W  By owner, 6 mth. old 3 bdrm.,  rancher in Langdale, 2 baths,  w/soaker tubs, sunken living rm.  vaulted ceiling, FP, 2x6 construction, double garage, $147,500.  886-3091. ��41W  Prestigious Bonniebrook Hgls new  3 bdrm, f/p, 2 balhs, 1/4 acre lol  plus. With partial view. By owner.  $175,500. No GST. 886-3363.   Mlw  Affordable quality home by builder.  1400 sq.lt. up- lge rec room or  potential in-law clown. Nice area,  close to all amenities. Call Craig or  Heather 686-2352 41 w  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  5666 Cowna St., Box 1219  Sschstl. BC.. VON 3A0  aa*aV3211FAXMS-2tW  Van Toll Fuel  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard,  1400 sq. ft. home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5935. ss  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redrooffs,  controlled subdvlsion, $49,500.1-  228-9680. ss  THINKING  OF SELLING?  1 dont look at tiee buying or  selling houses I look allies  helping people achieve whal Ihey  went out ol hie'  NO QUEZON ABOUT IT���  CALL  KEN SHEARSMITH  M5-6277  SafJaVff-fALTYMC.  l710*tBIIX)IT.MCMn.r  885-5290  46' x 330 of prime low bank waterfront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House need*.  repair but could be fixed up for  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-  2). Double garage plus storage  shed. $169,500. Phone Jennifer  1-689-7070. ss  Crash! Crash! Bang! Carol and  Russell Snitchuk are proud to  announce the early arrival ol Heir  son, Taylor Alexander Snitchuk,  bom October 3,1992, weighing 6  pounds, 15.9 ounces. Proud  grandparents are Gerald Swan of  California and Sandra and Wall  Snitchuk ot Gibsons. Special  thanks to Dr. Gibbons, and the  nursing staff at SI. Mary's, especially Chetyi. M1CN  HADDOCK On October 4, 1992,  George Albert ���taooock ol Madeira  Park, BC age 76 years. Survived  by ho mother, Mrs Dorothy Mcintosh of Burnaby. BC, 2 brothers  John Haddock and his wife Alee of  Madeira Park, BC. and Bruce  Mcintosh and Its wife Eva of North  BumaOy. BC. nieces and nephews  and many Inends George served  his country with the Royal New  Westmmstei Regiment in the Second Wood War Memorial Service  will be held Tuesday. October 13,  1992 at 2 pm in the Legion Hall.  Pendei Harbour, BC. In lieu ot  Mowers, donations may be made to  Ihe charity ol your chcace Cremation Devlin Funeral Home in care  ol arrangements MICN  RUFFELL Willred George passed  away peacelully on October 7.  1992 al Burnaby Hospital after a  pnot illness Bom in Ashtord, Middlesex, England on February 24.  1697. he was in Its 96th yeai. He  immigrated to Moose Jaw.  Saskatchewan in 1904. served his  country in the RAF. World War I,  1914-1916 and was employed by  the CPR lor 45 years. He marrw)  Phyllis Mary Proctor on July 19.  1924 and was predeceased by her  aller 67 years ol happy marriage  He reined at Vancouvet from the  CPR in 1962. He was active in a  variety of sports and very well  known and liked in local square  dancing circles. He is survived by  his loving daughter Eileen and  son-in-law Michael Poppel of  Langdale. BC; his only sister  Dorothy Green ol Saskatoon,  Saskatchewan and brother-in-law  Edgar Proctor ol Victoria, BC. He  was also predeceased by his only  brother Cyril Ruffell, late of Penticton, BC. Also survived by many  nieces and nephews both in Canada and England. He was loved and  will be sorely missed by his daughter Eileen, son-in-law Michael,  Gordon and his many Inends both  in the Vancouver area and on the  Sunshine Coasl. Funeral service  Tuesday, October 13, al 12 noon  in the Anglican Church ol Christ  the King, 4550 Kitchener (at Will-  Ingdon) Burnaby, Ihe Reverend  Charles Lenz officiating. Interment  will follow at Forest Lawn Burial  Park. Arrangements through Ihe  Memorial Society of BC and First  Memorial Funeral Services, 876-  5585. M1CN  LEE: Clara Ellen (Tippet) of  Sechelt, formerly of Madeira Park,  dearly loved wile, mom, grandma,  and great-grandma passed away  October 6,1992 in her 82nd year  following a brief Illness. Clara  leaves to mourn her passing, her  devoted husband Frank ol 55  years, their 3 sons, Joe (Dorothy)  of Mission, Charlie (Maureen) of  Madeira Park and Peter (Suzanne)  of Campbell River as well as 5  grandsons, 6 granddaughters, 1  great-grandson and 3 greal-  grandrJaughters.  Mom was a well known school  teacher who taught school lor  many years, mostly in Madeira  Park Elementary Sc'ool until her  retirement in the early 1970s. An  avid gardener, knitter, and  crocheter, she was also an active  volunteer In community  organizations such as the P.H.  Community Club tor which she  holds the distinction ol being Ihe  club's first secretary. Mom was  also an active volunteer of the  Pender Harbour Library lor many  years. At the time ot her death,  she was an active member of the  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, who  spent many hours working in Ihe  auxiliary Thrift Shop. Mom, a  gentle and caring and giving  person will long be remembered  lor her unselfish ways, always  putting everyone ahead of herself.  A memorial service was held on  Saturday, October io, 1992 In  Madeira Park. In lieu ol flowers,  donations to the Heart Fund would  She was ours and we loved her so  M1CN  In loving memory of Frank Wyn-  gaert, who passed away October  15,1969:  As time goes on without you,  As days turn into years.  They hold ten thousand memories  And a million silent tears,  I canntf hear your vote,  Ivor take your hand in mine,  But you are ever in my heart  Until the end of time.  Love, Jean micn  JM Michael Shrmun, MA  'Waa<MmiLannir<Ha4iioa  'i.H**^ia��aifctjl  at.,.1,,.. ttasrapy  ' aa-hoow appoanlrn��rvrt avalaiiki  ��� laws (used on ability to pay  ��� 'CmnoaeMf���etherSHtrom  taaavwwat. InKotit. anct Acton'  ��**������� JjMlfJ aTf-f-aj  Sunshine Coasl gay and lesbian  group invites new members For  inlormation write Box 381, c/o  Coasl News. Box 460. Gibsons,  BC VON 1V0. M5W  (liatk out mu  .a-lpi lion nl  Srlf-AwarenMa &  Spiritual Growth Hooks  CTOowtrPl ill  Otasont Quay 886-7744  FOR BETTER HEALTH AND  WELL BEING POLARITY  THERAPY  Reduces Stress (Ihe underlying  cause ol illness) raises energy  level, reduces chronic pain and  tension. Appointments available in  Sechell Wed and Thurs. pm. Call  Vonme 683-9853. M3W  f  illiisi<.v&  Pttratng A Spatial Occaiaon?  Illusions Restaurant has full  facilities lor large or smaaN  groups. Banquet or  a-la-carte menu available.  i'or more inlormation call  8854900.  7.   Announcements  Sunshine Coast Artisan Fair, Sat..  Nov. 7th, 930-6:00 p.m. al Sunnycrest Mall. Local artisans interested in a table, please contact  Nancy 886-6323. Special senior  rates. Product must be made on  the Sunshine Coast. M3w  Shawani Campbell, Reiki master-  teacher, ancient healing art treatments. Classes 885-3568   "43w  Nolice to all ol our customers -  Carl and Darren will be away Oct  10 lo Oct. 24. Ollice will be open  as usual 8:30-5pm with Wayne on  call lor service. Sorry lor any  inconvenience. Kohuch Appliance  Repairs 5672 Cowrie St. Sechell.  685-9847 42w  HIGHLAND DANCING  Anyone interested in Highland  Dancing please conlact Kim 865-  5593 or Marylou 885-0678. M3W  TASTE BUD  RECIPES  From our kitchen to yours. Five  economical, nutritious kid-tested  recipes. Pis. send $2.00 in a  S.A.S.E. envelope to Box 1674,  Gibsons. M1W  Prolessional Skate  Sharpening and Flepair at  Trail Bay Sports  Drop-Offa  Pender Harbour ��� Sechelt Shell  Sechelt ��� Trail Bay Sporla  Gibsons ��� Frontrunners  (OabMna Parti Plata)  Rockermg  Blade Raplacsmsnt  Pretty Punch Embroidery distributor Audrey Wagner will be in Trail  Bay Mall Oct. 21 to 24. M2CN  HarJman Photography. Portrait  packages start at $60.6864086.  M2W  IrKfependent Beauty Consultant  Yvonne Valancius - Ihe Mary Kay  complete line of moisturizers, skin  care, body care, nail care and  glamour items. Also an exciting  line for men! All wilh the 100%  moneyback guarantee. Not tested  on animals and sale lor sensitive  skin. Call today and discover a  new you! Yvonne Valancius 666-  4643. M3W  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD. I  Benjamin Moore Paints j  Environment  Fnendly Points      J'  in All Colour.-���   ar*  theRoinbow  ...including Gmon  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 685-29231  Res 885-5058  COUNSELLING  Specializing in eating disorders,  depression, recovery from abuse.  Mary Pinneger, MA, RCC. 885-  0687. M2W  ���BRf-Zlum-TftflKS  Exclusive Imports from  South America  lleuiwl flu ate Hi ufcaiatt  W..<ll:.,ni,i|,,S<|talil,  Sil.ri.Ciy.tal ale (��rma  Hai. Nt, nit-* (Ctiarta, clr )  Affair A- Ainrllivti (*,MR-a  (UK-Ink. It Matn. tan  Vati,Hia Riaka  FtoMa*da\**a* Chartist  Barak Kml .Via  Kx(|lllallc I l.a. AliiAa.ni l',��lu-l>  Wkaakaila- Prirtt - No GST  vttiristtistPARf  guttata II, .ll. Weal  I   a. |iiii  llmia. hi \ Vil 111 .tin    t pin  ���379 Nonaia K,l. (all Maaoa Rd.)  WnlSrrrhll - IW.M7S  Women's basketball Wednesdays  7 io 8:30 pm al Chalelech. Contact  Janice 885-7006. ��41W  Would Ihe person who bought a  bookcase Sepl. 16 call Than and  Now Furniture at 886-4716 ��41W  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886*7033  Art Supplies! Quality! Quantity!  Call Laara Williamson 886-6782  41W  LOO ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need lo talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House lor confidential 24 hr. service, 885-2944. TFN  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 e/doz. 6864039.  TFN  $  NAVY LEAGUE  CADETS      -v  II you are male or female and  10-13 years of age, you are  eligible lo join. Registration is  continuous year-round on  Wednesday nlghtt, 6:30pm,  Gibsons Legion Hall.  Uniforms provided. Call Marc,  -       886-7089.  FREE. Frisky needs a home where  she can run. Excellent with children, good guard dog, neutered  lemale. all shots, 3 yrs. old. Shep-  X free to good household. 886-  8S16.au or Pattj >*43w  Four Cockatiels, 3 greys and 1  Peart 68M126, M3W  Free! Gorgeous kittens to a loving  home. 686-7478. I43cn  African pigmy goats. Dees, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush dealers 883-2990 I43w  German Shepherd pups looking  tor good hemes. Born Sept 2. 5  temales. 3 males. $25 each. 885-  9012 42w  Two male Cockatiels, 2 and 4 yrs.  old. Cage and accessories. $60:2  budgies, 1 male, 1 lemale, cage,  etc.. $25.883-2962.      M2CN  Board avail. mid-Oct in quality  show bam. Well mannered horse  avail for lease. Wesl Sechelt. 885-  5629 41w  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then 4 Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886  47l6orMartee Fashions.  NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pat. NC  Registered flomney Ram, great  fleece. 865-3506. M1CN  Pure bred German Shepherd lor  sale. 885-3699. M3W  SPCA adoplion: Black 8 white  neut. male Pitbull: 4 yr. old blonde  Lab X neut. male: spayed fern,  black 1 white Border Collie: young  brown t black Shep. X male; 2  young Shep. X lem,; 1 Shep X  puppy; a variety ol adult cats still  wailing lor homes. Black kittens  ready lor Halloween; still looking  lor the owner of an elderly black t  while neut. male dog, found on  Fletcher Rd., very thin and has  shaved patches on neck and leg. II  no owner Is found, how about  opening your heart and home to  him so he can live out his lime wilh  love and comfort. Also, 2 hamsters  looking for homes. ADOPTION  HRS. 2-4 pm during the week, 10-  12 noon Sat. All al the Gibsons  Animal Hospital. M1CN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.    TFN  Adult children of Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 688-  3849 or 885-4622 for help, NC  Women In Trades  Training Program  U aptywrad  Basic skills in:  Carpentry/Construction  ElMtrlcil/Elactronict  Small Motors/Automotive  Hfjavy Equipment  ��� WORK PLACEMENTS ���  35 week training program  starting October 19.  A lew seats still available.  mm* 886-3807���  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565. NC  8.  Recreation  Leam to scuba dive. Protessionai  instructors. Full Padi Certification.  Seasport Scuba. 885-9830 TFN  Ladies gold watch, link chain strap,  oval face. 885-2822       t41cn  2 black i white short-haired cats.  1 male, 1 lem., Redrooffs Rd. near  Sargeant Bay. Very frightened. If  lound please call Denise 885-  5166. M3W  Lge. orange/white cat VOrange'  neut. male. New to area. Lost from  530 Marine, Mon. Sept. 14. If seen  or fourxl, please call 886-9151.  M101  Missing from Tuwanek. 12' green  fiberglass runabout named Sea  Demon. 885-2832. 4101  White cotton bomber-style jacket  on O'Shea Rd., Gibsons. 886-  9113. M1W  Large bag of clothing on Hwy. 101  near Halfmoon Bay. 865-3338.  M1W  Missing - Roberts Creak, 1 male  peacock. Reward lor Inio. 886-  7710. M1W  Wanted: Older Mobile Home.  Fixer-upper 12x60 or larger. NO  older than 1974.886-4704 after 6  pm 42w  WANTED Cedar Shakes, 5 sq.,  24* tapers, 886-7352.      M3W  VW Beetle running cond. donated  to Elphinstone School metalwork  class lo convert to dune buggy.  42w  Free to a good home - solid 1  armed rocker - upholstered gold  tweed. 665-3930. 9-5.     M1W  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Plant and home baking sale. Welcome Beach Hall, Redrooffs Rd.  10am Sunday Oct 25. Table  rentals $7.885-9032 or 885-9852  42w  Sat. > Sun. Oct. 17118, 10-4,  1494 Henderson Rd., Rbts. Ck.  41W  Sat. Oct. 17, 10-1, 711 Hillctest  Ave. Household goods, kids  clothes, kiln & molds. Early birds  pay double. 886-7672.     M1W  Estate Sale - Estate ol Terence  Nelll. 1431 Grandview Rd. (oil  Chaster) Gibsons. Household furnishings, dishes, linens, tools,  books, appliances - maior t small.  Everything must go. Sal., Oct. 24,  rain or shine, 10 am.        M2W  Estate Sale  Entire contents of home. Fum.,  china, tools, garden equip., 1096  Cartwrighl Rd. Hopkins Ldg. Sat. i  Sun., Oct. 17*18,10am-4pm.41cn  Multi-family sale. Sat, Oct. 17.10-  2,3366 Beach Ave., Rbts. Ck. Furniture, books, baby items t more.  885-3707. #41CN  TASTE BUD  RECIPES  From our kitchen lo yours. Five  economical, nutritious kid-tested  recipes. Pis. send $2.00 In a  S.A.S.E. envelope lo Box 1674,  Gibsons, BC. M1W  Martin Guitar, steal string acoustic,  model HD 28 superb instrument  $2100.885-3352 41w  Prescription glasses, Fri., Oct 2 In  Davis Bay. 896-7165.     Mlw  Trailer suitable lor 1 person, to  occupy Oct. thru Dec. 686-9563   TFNs  Monthly parking spot avail, in  Horseshoe Bay Friday-Monday.  886-2691. M3W  Christmas ideas? Hand-carved  house signs lor friends 4 family.  Phone the Custom Carver. 885-  7959. M3W  B-track lape converter. 8804996.  TFNs  CampwMatofwwMwprrijecl  Something abandonad In back  yard? Abeokitaty any condition -  amathtd, junkad. Must have  r*gWrtiiMiPr-fer15ao2l)t*tt.  PriceNeg. 6664771.      TFNs  CONVIRTING  TOGAS?  GE, Jenn-Air,  Magic Chef &  Caloric  GAS RANGES  all available at  HCHHT  rURNITUMlAND  Sunshine Coast Hwy,  Sechelt  665-5756  3/4 size piano, amplifier adaptor  $380 O.B.0.883-2750        41 w  7-pce. drum set, $500.886-2557.  M1CN  Needed badly - old Concertina  685-9064 aft. 8 pm. M1W  PIANO TUNING  For service and repair call Sunshine Piano 885-3166     47cn  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles,  levels and applied theory. First  lesson Iree. Beginners welcome.  Avail, days and eves. Steve 666-  2365. ��43W  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  We play the music you want to  hear. To book your Dance Music  call 684-5430. M3W  Piano, like new $1750 -883-2329  ss  2 weeks escorted Costa Rica tour,  departure Jan. 27 ��� Feb. 12/93,  $1599 per person sharing double.  Book early, space limited. Call  Intra Travel 885-5685.     M2CN  RENOVATION SALE. Westinghouse 16 cu. tt. frost-tree Iridge,  matching self-clean range, nu lone  range hood - harvest gold. All in  exc. cond. $600 set. Moffal 12 cu.  ft. Iridge - avocado, gd. cond.,  $150. Airtight wood-burning l/p  insert $100.686-9614    ��43cn  Fridge, stove 8 hood ��� small freezer. Older, gd. working order, $150  all. 6854121,885-7978. I43W  Almost new, almond slove t  Iridge, $900 a pair, or $500 lor  Iridge and $400 lor stove. 885-  3953. I43W  Combination upright freezer fridge,  Frigidaire, 66" x 32' $800 o.b.o.  Apartment sized washer, dryer,  $600 o.b.o. 685-5301.     I43w  Two baby cradles, made in BC.  606-2902. M3W  6 ll. couch, large chair, $25 lor  both. 885-9657. Mtcn  Colonial hlde-a-bed, exc. cond.,  $125; elec. organ with bench, not  working, $35.885-7007. I43W  Gold velour chesterfield, like new,  $300,885-9251. MICN  Antique upholstered rocking chair  brought lo Gibsons in 20s. $140.  886-7859 42w  Hde-a-bed and chair, good cond.,  orange, $75.886-7696.   M2W  Beautiful antique oak dining room  suite, 6 pieces excellenl condition  $2200.885-5867 41w  From Room wall unit, good shape  $160.8864988 41cn  Flowered sola and armchair $150,  2 single beds $50 each. Youth bed  $25, hospital crib $25, chest ol  dratvers $25, sola bed $50, swivel  armchair $50, cylinder vacuum  $20, single water bed $25, child's  safety gale $10, new catalytic  camp heater $30, stereo am/lm  radio with speakers $25.885-1960  41w Coast News, October 12, 1992  17  Tttkf Atiittaattttfs** o/"oatr IKett* Classified Atl Special  Run your classified ad 6 times,  and pay Jor9 only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday    Gibsons &  visa]   Secheit offices  ROYAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES  at competitive prices  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  885-2171  Open 7 days a avert  Blue print loveseal and couch,  exc. cond. $325 o.b.o. P/B Angora  bunnies, papers inc $20. 886-  0909 Leslie or Bob M3w  36-55 Winchester rille excellent  condition $650; Apollo light weight  racing bike excellenl condition  $180.6850676 or 885-4660.42cn  LEE FOREST PROOUCTS  High quality alder lirewood.  $95/cord plus delivery. 885-4614  cellular 1-250-2665. I43W  MOVING SALE  Maple captain chairs, rocker, highboy and hutch, includes maple dining room lable, 4 chairs Iviiasl  1967 Toyota Tercel, excellent  cond. $3,000.865-5607      43cn  1966 Chevy Sprinl. One owner,  lady moving abroad, 31,465 kms.  $4,500 obo 885-9551        43cn  1980 Buick Century 2dr. sporls  coupe. Fully serviced, exc. cond.  $1,200 obo. 866-6526        43cn  1979 Cadillac Seville diesel. no  rusl, grey $3500. Call 6864606.  75 Ford S150. $600 OBO 885-  3917. TFNs  condition $5300 885-3861. M1cn  CHEAP! FB1/U.S. SEIZED  89 MERCEDES $200  66 VW $50  67 MERCEDES $100   ,��������� ,  _ ���        ���,.    ,  65MUS1ANG $50   \���2����S���_*_*  Young prolessional couple will  carelake your home (Secheit/Wil-  son Creek area) tor the winter  ^^^       months. Exc. rels Call 863-2599  1985 Chev 1/2 ton canopy am/lm   0r lor lishing Quick sale, $8500  or885-5061. M2CN  radio small v-8 78.000 kms ex    dm, 886-8836. "42W           25 tt Bayliner. Lots ol extras, radio,  D/S. pwr winch etc Sleeps 5; Galley and head. Ideal lamily cruiser  Choose Irom thousands starting  $25. 24 Hour Hotline 601-379-  2935 CopynghttBCl04JCM5w  Full size zebra skin, $2000. Only   mapie collee tab|e s0|a be(j  senous people phone 686-4786.  ���43W  Aquariums. 33 gal.. 20 gal.. 15  gal.. 10 gal. an comp with pumps,  healers, u/g tillers Large angel  fish and goldlish 6B6-3673.M3cn  Sunbeam combined loaster, broiler, microwave oven $125. 665-  9551. I43w  Elmira l/p insert Ins standard f/p.  Gold Inm. 886-7513or 922-6334  ���43cn  TOPSOIL  Sand, gravel, till. Reasonable  rates. Doug. 885-5070        43w  Two swivel chairs, jade green  velour, good cond., jusl cleaned,  $125 ea. Small chest deep Ireeze,  $125,886-9477 43cn  Portable Panasonic cassette  recorder; queen loam core Futon;  hand-potted trilighl lamp base,  wheal grass juicer. B65-3549 42cn  MOTORCYCLE RAINSUIT  Size XL, worn once, exc. cond.  $75,886-3490, 1-977-7349 Toll-  free pager. ss  Schrader fireplace insert. Good  condilion $300 O.B.O. Also, free  green wine grapes. 886-485642w  1200 It new cedar 1x8 select channel siding pre-stained (value $923)  $600,863-2862 41w  Firewood. $35 Split/Pick up/Load!  You pick up! 686-3134      41 w  Nintendo plus 2 games $75. Call  James 886-8610 41w  SEASONED FIREWOOD  Split, Delivered  Gibsons $110 Cord  Sechelt $140 Cord  686-0110  41cn  Ajay "Power-Row" rowing  machine, like new, $150; andean-  er 'Bionnaire 2001', industrial size,  $150; massage/kinesiology table  wilh headrest, portable $425. Val  685-7136 42w  FIREWOOD  Seasoned, Delivered, SiOO'Cord  886-8290  ���42W  Youth skiis, 130 cm, 140 cm, 110  cm, 170 cm. Boots sz. 2,3,4 4 8.  King sz. waterbed bag and heater.  886-2491. M2W  CHICHAKO RANCH  Gourmet honeys, vinegars and jellies make great gilts - housewarm-  ing, birthday, Christmas, lor your-  886-7859  45cn  22x24' partially assembled  garage, 2 Stanley aulomalic door  openers, sleel doors, vinyl siding,  $1200 OBO. 866-9271,    ��42CN  Italian electric organ, $1500; china  cabinet, $600; quadraphone &  stereo entertainment centre, $350.  885-7676. ��43W  Picture window, alum, wilh angle  slider and screen, 95' wide X 46'  high, $60.865-5473 eves  *43W  Comfortable Wood Heat  Duomalic lorced hoi air wood  excellent sheers, electnc mower,  edger, many garden and assl.  tools. Patio lurniture. row boats,  and accessories. Pictures, books,  and many interesting items 683-  2474 11101 Hwy 101 Haltmoon  Bay. 42w  Used 2x4 assorted lengths,  cement mixer, $100; portable eel-  lular.$500. Phone 88S-9512.M1W  RENOVATION SALE  13 aluminum windows, all double  sliders. 2x2' lo 12'x5', 6 interior  doors. 2 oven stove, 26' colour  TV, $125.665-4804.       ��41W  TV aenal, $50.866-7067. M1W  Satellite dish, 10 tl. c/w mount and  100' cable, needs new electronics,  $300 OBO. 886-2299.     MtW  8 cu. tl. Olympic kiln, cone 10, c/w  propane lanks, luel line and live  burners, like new, $1000. 886-  2299. M1W  Whirlpool dryer, new motor $200,  rowing machine $50, small woman's sekine 5 spd $40.2 men's 10  spd $10 each 885-3736    41 w  61/4' table saw $100: heavy duty  bench grinder w/cabinet $100;  kitchenette $75; loveseal $50.  685-4626 41cn  Antique parlour slove I7'x24'x28'  registered ��12 'Evening Star'  heals 5 rooms $465.865-5385  41*  16 1/2' Fibreglass dinghy with  oars. $360 O.B.O, 883-2750  41w  Computers: Apple IIC, Lazer computer. For inlor call 666-2328  41w  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pick-up load or 2 lds/$30.  Roberts Creek. 885-9969  43w  Pressure cooker $50 - wool mattress cover $60 - Samsonne cases  $45-O.B.O. 885-5125        ss  Seasoned Fir Firewood, split and  delivered. $90 - PU Load.  Richard. 883-2562.       M1en  Super-6 or regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod and lighl, $125.666-9420.  TFN  GOOD HAY  $5.00/Bale Delivered  Vegetables  Call Between 12-1pm  885-9357  TFN  Sewer redding machine on trailer 3  hp engine, 6 bits up to 10'. Excellent condition. $450 885-9068. ss  Airco Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 685-6276 SS  Grow Greal garlic. Get ready lor  tall planting ol large organic garlic.  One pack 20 cloves. ($5.00) incl  postage (planting instructions.  Send lo Organic Creek Farm,  RR��2, S20, C-14, Gibsons, BC,  VON 1V0. TFNs  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 6864204. ss  Parker ��� Hole 30.06.3x9 Bushnell  scope. Marlin 444s Winchester,  1978 Chev Malibu Classic  137,000 kms, one owner, exc.    ^^^^^^^^^^^  cond.$1.500.B65-7813      43cn    ||tM.'HMII.'.l \\\*m  1961 Chevetle auto, clean,runs  well $300. with new lires. $425.  866-7227. Mtcn  1978 Olds Delta 88 Royal. 66.000  km. lully loaded, mini cond. one  owner, $2800. 885-5747    42w  1979 Jeep Wagoneer, exc. run.  cond., quadra Irac, 4 wheel dnve,  $2000080.686-4786.   M3W  1988 Mercury Topaz $5200. 865-  8807 42w  1977 Capri V6. 4 spd., new tires,  view al 996 N. Rd. 686-7227.  41cn  1961 Volvo DL 4 spd, good condition. $2500 O.B.O. 886-3891.42cn  1979 Mercury Bobcat Villager  stn.w., a., p.s., p.b., am/lm tape  deck. V6 $600.883-2530    42w  1981 Buick Skylark, good cond.  886-3366 ss  1986 Chevy Spectrum, auto, new  tires, good cond., $3100 O.B.O.  8668346 42w  1979 Mustang, 302.4 speed, asking $4500. Dave 885-6954. M2W  1981 Ford EXP. aulo., sunroof,  $1500. 865-4625 or 885-5161.  M2W  1980 Monte Carlo, red 2-door, 6  cyl.. 350 trans., exc. cond.. $1500  886-8874. H42W  1983 Volvo 4 dr Sedan, metallic  blue, sun-rool, cloth seats, alloy  wheels, fully loaded, 4 cyl, 5 spd.  $3750.6664636 42cn  1974 Window VW Van, 1600 cc  engine $875 obo. 686-9377 42cn  1990 Nissan Sentra 5 sp std.,  50,000 km, $7500. 886-9039 att. 6  pm 42cn  1960 Monza 2 dr. coupe. Good  running cond., some body work  required, good brakes and lires,  $675 OBO. 885-1924.     M1W  1972 Super Beelle. blk., fibreglass  tenders, ex. run. cond., must sell!!  $1900 OBO. 886-9075.     M1W  Remember  If You Wont Your Vehicle  SOLD  MIM SHOULD U  TOIOI  4x4. 53.000 kms V-6 auto., excellent condilion $13,000 685-4626  Thurs-Sunday 41cn  1973 GMC 3/4 ton camper special  Runs well $550 O.B.O 885-3876  41*  1990 26 motor home 1967 Mazda  4x4 I960 Manze 963-4392. 883-  9418 41w  22 tt Sunbridge Bayliner, galley   Small house, quel spot, RC area  head. etc. Exc lor cruising and   preferred. $350 max. 666-7592.  fishing, lully equipped, all in mint   M2W  condition. Reduced to $17,000 due  lo illness. 886-2730       ��42W  20' Davidson Sloop. 6 hp. OB.  lines lead ah $3750 885-479741W  26 It Thundertard sailboat. 5 sails,  lully rigged, needs TLC, $1000 or 685-3552  OBO 885-1924  Responsible mature man seeks 1  or 2 bdrm cottage/house water-  Iront, quiel area preler Wilson  Creei. /Davis Bay area or  Sechell. Hallmoon Bay. 885-0626  41w  I41W  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  SftatS   Wh.,,1  B.l     S,.h.ll  88S-4004  1980 Camaio 305 aulo.. Mops,  Rally nms, $2600 885-7113.  ss  1960 Sunbird V6 aulo., no rusl.  99.000 kms, $750 886-7227.  41cn  1980 VW Rabbil. aulo,, 2-door,  $1850.8860240. M3W  1961 Ford Granada as is. $500  OBO. 886-8095. TFNs  1976 New Yorker. A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 686-9025   ss  burning furnace with thermostatic  Queen size waterbed, Bentwood  control. Charming antique wood   rocker. 865-5467. ss  burning kitchen range, 35' wide, 6  burners, 2 warming ovens, one  oven, cast iron wilh yellow enamel  and chrome Inm. Must sell. 885-  5473 eves. ��43W  Wa can sell it lor You! Consignment Sale lurniture, appliances  and sporting goods. Call us and  lind out more. 886-0225.   H43W  Electncal Measuring Instruments ���  Hioki Digital clamp-on ammeter  with voltage and resistance  modes, Insulation resistance tester  compiele with leather carrying  cases. Unused. $175 each or both  $300. Phone 686-2613.   M1CN  Dry fir firewood, split & delivered.  B6f>3398. M3W  39' rollaway. exc. cond., $100.  886-7534,886-2511.        Mien  Leather sola, cream colour, $600;  3 ��� Sandpiper beds, $600; 4 ��� one  week Time Shares. 686-2223.  M3W  Two new BF Goodrich T.A. radiais  P215 S-60 R14. with 4 bolt mags,  $165.686-9372. M3W  One ��� 500 gal. and three-1000  gal. oil lanks. View 7am-3pm,  Mon-Fri. at maintenance yard,  Reed and Henry Rd. Besl offer.  Call 686-9870 M2CN  Heparin a\ Prnrtt  MECHANIC  e*n Hew Ir-MM A ttemert M.|  886-7227  TOWING  Fully  Inaurad  tra/Oafa  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for lhe  sel, wilh covers, 866-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile. new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400080. 885-1943.       SS  1988 Ford Taurus, am/tm, Ac V6,  auto/ud, 4 door, exc. cond, $7,495.  BB6-7520 or 886-2111.        ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext., rebuilt engine & transmission. Pnced lo sell $3850 Call 886-  8510atter6:00om. ss  1981 AMC, auto, good cond. No  rusl.$1950OBO685-1942.  ss  1977 Volvo DL. rusty, reliable, new  parts. $500 OBO 885-1942      ss  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 1971 LandRover ��� 68 complelely  1976 Chev Nova 2 dr., 92,000 rebuilt. $7500 OBO. PTO Avail,  kms., $1200.886-3282.     M1W    663-2669. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellenl condition, new dual exhaust, tadial t/a  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  Irade up or down lor lamily size  car or 11 ft. camper. 885-9066.  ss  ORUGLORD TRUCKS! $100  86 BRONCO $50  91 BLAZER $150  77 JEEP CJ $50.  Seized Vans, 4x4s, Boals.  Choose trom thousands starling  $25. 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-  2935 Copynghl. lBC104KK��41w  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500 986-8301        u  1980 Chev 4 ton dump truck. 366  HP. 2 spd rear end. 6-8 yd box,  $6500 lirm. 886-8550 eves,  ss  1975 Dodge 1 ion dump, inspected. $4200 OBO 865-4636 or 685-  7051. M3W  1981 Ford 1/2 Ion, $2950. 685-  6110. M3W  1986 GMC 3500 series 1 ton 4x4  dual wheel liaideck. $9500. 686-  3699. M3W  1982 Dodge 3/4 ton 4X4 318,  aulo, 97,000 kms., gd. cond..  $3000080.886-3576.   ��43W  79 Ford 12 passenger van, V8  aulo good cond. $3295 OBO. 886-  7520 or 886-2111. ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB.  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700. 885-2836,885-7413  ss  1985 Bronco II4X4, aulo., CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Days 666-9332 aft. 7 eves. 886-  2983. ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  1961 Ford F250,4x4 wilh rock box  $5500.886-4599. SS  20' libertorm hard-top new mere,  cruiser V-6, eng and leg. sounder  stereo, healer etc $7500 BB3-  2740 4lw  Good 12 It aluminum boat $600 or  trade' 665-7167 ss  1961 20' double Eagle hardtop 200  HP Volvo 260 leg, (H-6). Gibsons  Manna, $17.500.686-2694  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-1990  Evinrudes. Excellenl condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456. TFN  Yes1 There is a reliable local  propeimr repair service. 865-5276.  TFN  12 ft. aluminum boal $600, 865-  7167. 41ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  lasl and in top condition, surveyed  value $8500, otters $ trades considered. 866-2736. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg. new engine, low  hours, lots ol extras, $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 or 463-6959.    ss  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust man-  Hold. $3500.886-3457.        ss  Single lady requires apl or small  house in Gibsons area. Nov. 1.  666-2101. M1CN  Shared accommodation available  in nice, new house in Langdale.  $375/mo. all inclusive. 686-7561  betore 9 pm. 43cn  14 x 70 mobile home, 4 appl., avail  Nov. I $650/mo. 886-8456 4301  Bonniebrook, 1 bdrm. mobile.  $400/mo. 244-8837, leave message. 43cn  25.Campers  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, lighl weight, ergonomic  design grip bell, $850 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  664-5240  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES I LUMBER, any  size. Will cuslom cut. 685-5669  or 685-5601. TFN  22. HEAVY  EQUIPMENT  Full sz. tractor, Fordson major  diesel hydraulics front and back.  Front bucket plus olher equip.  Plow elc. $3650.886-8836 42cn  955 Track loader with brush blade  $9000.886-7727 42w  1977 JD 410 backhoe, good working condition, $10,800 OBO. 866-  7372 or 885-5730. ss  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-2503  78 VW Westphalia, Iridge, poptop,  etc.; '61 Acadian. 4 dr., auto. 886-  2078. $41W  '56 Buick, VB, 92,000 miles, new  brakes, rebuilt dill, $1200. 665-  4804. ��41W  1965 Renault Fuego, exc running  cond., needs new muffler and  brake lines. Power sun root, really  nice looking car. Musl sell, make  an oiler or Irade lor Boston whaler  or copycat. 6860405        41cn  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  685-4004 SS  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $9000130.686-3646 ss  1982 Mercury Zephyr 6 cyl., 4 dr.,  good body 8 running cond., $850  OBO. 886-9372. ��43W  1963 Nissan station wagon, gd.  cond., $2200, or trade lor 6 tt.  truck camper. 683-9678. M3W  1961 AMC Eagle 4X4 stn. wagon,  runs well, good body, intenor a little worn. Great traction in all conditions. $800 or trade toi VW van.  883-2725. M3W  76 Chevy Impala. runs great $300  lirm, 886-9766. ��43W  1966 Muslang convertible GT,  Fully restored. 289. 4 barrel. All  numbers match. Over $30,000  invested, must sell. $16,500. 883-  1181. "43W  '65 Mercury Lynx, $1700. 866-  2666. M3CN  1985 Chev. Spectrum, exc.  cond.,Alpine stereo, $2300 O.B.O.  6860971 eves, or mess. 866-9764  TFN  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli lires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 SS  1969 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms.,  P.T. warranty, $4500 OBO. 886-  Cash or Consign!  We need RV units  FREE APPRAISALS ft  PICKUP ANYWHERE  HontiD&eRfV.Iti.  1-800-663-4234  1974 21' Class C on duals, new  tires, exhaust, trans, brakes.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^   micro, 62,000 miles, new battery,  77 Ventura, v-6 std, only 66,000  awning. $11,500O.B.O.883-2370  mi. Clean, new radiais, $750.685- 42w  9553.  78 Security 24 ft. motorhome, gd.  1985 Citation II, V6, 4 spd. Only   shape, S11.900OBO. 885-2392.  33,000km. $3200.885-9553. ss  77 Camaro, 39,000 org, miles.  White int. excellent. Rusty $950  OBO. 886-2111 ss  '86 Ponliac 6000 AC 4 cyl, Bin),  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  886-7150. ss2  ��43W  1979 E350 Ford van, $600 obo.  665-5717 tin  1962 Datson Diesel King Cab.  fiberglass canopy. $1,000 O.B.O.  683-9978 41cn1974 Corv  Stingray $8000. 885-4533 or 886-  0422 42cn  1978 3/4 Ion Chevy p/u w/root  rack $650 886-9625        42w  1967 Chev l-tonllal deck, 283  runs well, economical, 4 new tiros,  needs battery, $500 OBO. 885-  4632. H42W  RV trailer, 32 tt. and lease lo 1995,  $6500.685-3396. I43W  1978 Toyota Little Chiel  motothome, 3-way Iridge. all  accessories. 666-3033.   ��4?w  1976 GMC Frontier motorhome in  good cond., new tires Also new  porta-potty. $70.885-6138 42cn  17' Boler F/G trailer, Iridge, stove,  furn., flush toilet, awning, stereo,  raised axle. Asking $4700. 883-  2740eves. 41w  18 tt. Holidaire. new running gear  $ upholstery, sleeps 6 Stove.  Iridge, hoi waler lank. Very clean,  $3500,883-2139 eves.   ��43W  1976 Dodge camperized van,  auto, p/s,p/b. cruise, rear bed. cupboards, icebox, sink. $1,500. 318  eng 886-2512 ss  Buying or Selling  a Property?  For expert results  call Nick Proach  885-6340  Valley Pacilic Realty  1990 Nissan Micra, 2 dr., 5sp.,L  43,000km. Reliable, economic  transportation, stilt on warranty.  $5995 obo. 886-9294.        43cn  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2633 or 666-7484. ss  CASH PAID  For Soma Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abu Used Auto Parts  666-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1979 Chev 3/4 Ion, rusty, needs  battery, runs well, $500 OBO 686-  4632. "42W  1965 CJ5 Jeep. Wnch, warn hubs,  gcod shape. $1300 O.B.O. 886-  8305 42cn  1987 GMC 3/4 ion PU. auto, 4x4,  43,400 km, 350 engine. EFI, new  tires, am/lm tape deck, very clean,  excellent condition, no rust.  $13.200.885-7227 41w  1871 Freighl Liner Cabover 250  Cummins c/w, 20 ft Hal deck. PTO  w/lank and valve $3500.885-5448  41W  1966 Chev Astro, 3 window cargo  van, 4.3 L. V6, 3/4 ton,  stereo/alarm, $9000 OBO. 885-  1924. ��41W  1980 F150 $750-865-6272  ��41cn  Only 4 ales lefl. 1 14x70 2 bdrm  display home 2 d/w vacant lot 1  s/w vacanl lot. Choose your new  home today. 5��. down OAC 597-  3322*86-2597 TFN  12x60 mobile, musl be moved,  $18,500 OBO 886-4585.   M3W  28 Motorcycles  O.B.O. 686-9096  41*  MCHILT MM1IE  SURHtS LTD.  captain im Huron.  M CM MC    MNAMS|  M.ABVC    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  1981 ��� 193" Panther ski boal and  1962 200 HP O/board Mercury  Black Max. E-Z load trailer, ton-  neau cover, tach, speedo. trim,  stereo, s.s. ski bar, built-in modi-  lied V-hull, excellent condilion,  $10,000 OBO. 885-3307 lor more  into. M2W  1992 GMC 1-ton 4X4 cab $ chas- 26 ft. Fibreform w/command  sis ��� welding and service deck, 454 bridge, moored in Porpoise Bay    5 sp., 11,000 kms $23,000 or lake under cover. Twin gas eng. sleeps Earned couple seeking suitable  over lease. 886-4577 or 886-0118 5 with many other exlras. Asking axecammodation Nov 1 Gibsons  eves M3W $23,000.885-6038,       M2W ,��� Sedv-lt, 885-9486. ' 43cn  uean, origm. spacious ground  level 1 bdrm suite, prel. working  mature non-smokmg individual,  located in lower Gibsons.  $500/mth includes util. Available  Ocl 15. 886-3573 42w  1 bdrm trailer, lully turn., new condition, propane, Cedar's Trailer  Court.665-3313 42w  Langdale - 2 bdrm gr. level suite.  New spacious, park-like setting.  Adult oriented, no pets, n/s and  quiet. $590 incl. hydro 886-7334.  42w  Commuters Panoramic view,  detached bach collage. Own  pairo. laundry tacility, walk to ferry,  adult oneraed $600 plus util. 886-  0990 lv mess 42w  Adull oriented modern 2 bdrm.  house with view near Secrel Cove.  5 appis.. $600/mo . N/S, no pets.  avail Nov. 1 For appointment to  view call 883-2423.        I42CN  Three bdrm. trailer with carport  and shed, quiet area, Iruil Irees,  avail. Oct. 1.886-9500.      TFN  27 Mobile Homes  14 x 70 mobile, $27,000 lirm. 886-  6458 43cn  2 bdrm. lurnished $650/mth or  small cottage $250/mth. 665-8847  42*  12'x48' c/w Iridge, slove and dw.  $12.500.663-9397 42w  1974 12'x62' two bdrm. mobile  home, 4 appis., does not have to  be moved. Well maintained.  Recently renovated, $24,000  OBO. 886-8254 or 8860255.  M2CN  MOBILE HOME DEALER  New-3 display homes,  open daily.  14x70 Iront kitchen, $44,000.  Used 12x70,3 bdrm.. $19,500.  For your private lot- 3 bdtm.  14x70, new, $39,900.  1413 Hwy. 101. Gibsons,  SCMH Park Sales.  686-9826.  TFN  BUDGET BEATER  $44,900  1 yr old 14x60,2 bdrm, on big, private pad in lamily park. Features:  vinyl siding, bay window, new sun  deck, storage shed. Close to shopping, beach. Nick Proach. 885-  6340 4lw  NEW AND USED  3 single-wide new homes on display daily. Used homes starting at  $19,500, ready lor occupancy.  Financing available O.A.C. SCMH  Sales 886-9626 TFN  Fourteen lool Bell Buoy boal with  trailer, $400 886-0932 or 866-  7664 43cn         1986 Suzuki FA 50 Moped, exc  Fourteen loot Sangster with forty  gas mileage, good cond. very  H.P. outboard $1500 885-7489      quiet, musl sell, a sacrifice at $350  42*  1986 RM 125 exc. cond., less than  10/hrs on rebuild, exc. bike asking  $1250 with helmet and chest protector. Musl sell. 866-0405   41w  1965 CR250, good running cond.  $1400.665-5202 ss  '66 Honda Aspencade, exc. cond.,  garage kepi, $5500.886-9595. ss  1981 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculate 25,600 original K's,  $1250 OBO. 886-7376.       ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  offers. 886*622. ss  Two bdrm. waterlront collage,  avail now till May 31. Wood and oil  heal, $600'mo.. includes cable.  686-3273,438-3643.       43cn  Two bdtm. waterlront home,  Gower Point, Gibsons. W/d, d/w,  panoramic view. $700/mo. 886-  9135. 43cn  Two bdrm. townhouse, 1 1/2  baths, 4 appl., avail, immediately.  686-9050. 43cn  Gibsons, small house wilh basemenl on one acre. 4 appl., avail  Dec. 1, $600/mo. 1-325-485543cn  Wanted: person to share home  with view, garden, Iruil Irees, w/d.  Female prelerred, Nov. 1, approx.  $425/mo, 8860363. 43xcn  Redroolls Rd.. 2 bdrm. home,  easy care private lot. Wood, air-  light, range, Iridge, $7507mo. 885-  7166 eves. 43cn  Spacious 2 bdrm. mobile home,  exc. view, adull park. Small pets,  $4507mo. 863-2459 7 pm ��� 9 pm.  43cn  SPACIOUS, BRIGHT AND NEW  Gibsons 1 bdrm. ground level  suite, spectacular view, private  entrance, parking. One mile to  ferry. Quiel non-smoker, refs req'd,  avail Nov.i $550/mo., utilities  included. 8860026. 43cn  Clean, newly painted 2 bdrm.  bsmt. suite, pnvate entrance, yard,  carport, laundry facilities. N/s preferred, rels., avail, now or Nov. 1,  lease. $530/mo. plus ulils. 886-  4530 43cn  Near new Gibsons duplex, spacious, close lo school, mall. 6 appl.  No pets, refs. $750/mo. 885-9540.  4301  For rent: 2 bdrm townhouse, 6  appl., in Gibsons. Immaculate condition. Avail Nov. 1 $750/mth. 886-  3218or 733-7211 42w  For renl: 3 bdrm mobile home, 4  appl, on waterlront acreage Earl's  Cove $4507mth. 896-9600    42w  3 bdrm waterfront cottage  Redroolls Rd, avail. Oct-May  15/93. $500/mth. No pets or smokers. John Carter 1-872-7767 atler  6 pm 42w  Spacious 2 bdrm mobile home,  excellent view. Adult park, small  pets. $4507mth. 883-2459, 7 pm to  9 pm 42w  GREAT LOCATION: GIBSONS  Near schools, shopping. 3 bdrm  lam. home with f/p, storage,  $750/mlh. Avail. Nov. 1 886-9559  42w  Gibsons brand new modem bright  spacious 1 bdrm. suite. NS, no  pets, avail. Nov. 15. $650 BB6-  4950. M3W  GIBSONS NEAR NEW  Spacious 3 bdrm, 2 bth, great  kilchen w/nook. laundry, 5 appl,  garage. Avail Nov 1.298-5215.  M2w  'Writers Inspiration" 3 bdrm. watertront off Gower PI, Rd��� Gibsons.  Main floor ol house in secluded  landscaped garden. LR, DR, Kit.  Fam. Rm. S master bdrm., all lace  the water. $995/mo. 666-7002.  M3W  Gibsons - Avail immed. 2 bdrm  ste. Beautiful view, 5 appl, storage,  covered prkg. $750/mth. 596-  1669. 42w  Roberts Creek: 2 bdrm cottage  fully fum. on quiet 5 acres, n/s,  prel. 886-8636. 42w  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Coi mbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental ol property.  For example a peison who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation of the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes il would both be  in contravention ol the legislation and could have a complaint  tiled against Ihem. The Coast  News will therefore not accept  such discriminatory ads.  Gibsons: 4 bdrm duplex with magnificent view. Incl. all appl. Avail,  immed. Perlect lor family with inlaws. $1250.596-1669      42cn  Shared accom: house, Wilson  Creek. $400/mlh 885-7248 days.  6850930 eves. 42cn  Gibsons: new 2 bdrm 2 level suite,  close lo Gibsons Plaza $625/mth.  Refs req. 666-3457 42cn  2 bdrm duplex, appl., laundry. Mar-  lene Rd. Roberts Creek. $550.  885-3676 41W    ii,        '  W. Sechelt watertront home, aw*-  able Dec. $925/mo.6850168.  3 bdrm. turn, oceanlront condominium, all appis., tueplace. Adult  complex. Avail. 10 months ol the  year. $950/mo. Call Andrea 885-  4111. M6W  3 bdrm. condo. 5 appl., FP, 1 1/2  bath. $675/mo. Avail. Nov. 1.866-  2736. M3W  Upper Gibsons 2 bdrm. town-  house. 5 appl., garage, $675/mo.,  Avail. Nov. 1.886-7386.    M3W  Gibsons cottage, 2+ acres. Avail,  immed., $525/mo. 886-2736.M3W  Roberts Creek (closer to Gibsons)  house on acreage. 1 bdrm. a- den,  new bathrm. Avail. Nov. 1, $700.  296-5215. M3W  Rustic 1 bdrm ��� den cabin in Davis  Bay on Watertront property. Suit  angle person $600/mth, rent negotiable lor handiman work. 1-984-  2216 43cn  Newly renovated 2 bdrm  cottage/Roberts Creek. Available  Nov 1, $760/mth. Phone mornings  886-7545 41w  Lower Gibsons - beautilul 1 bdrm.  view apt., quiet, new, secure.  Blinds, carpets, laundry, patios,  $590, $650.866-3420.      M1W  Short term rental. Furnished  Granthams waterlronl cabin,  includes hydro. Phone 866-8640.  M1W  Inlet view semi-walertront tur-  nished/unlurmshed 2 bdrm.  D.W.M. 685-4490. M1W  Upper Gibsons -1 bdrm. suile,  $550/mo plus 1/3 utils. 886-3107  M1W  1960 sq It. duplex. 3 bdrm. Lower  Gibsons, beautilul view, $900fmo.  886-3225. M1W  WF Selma Park, main floor, 2  bdrms., 1 1/2 baths, $750 per  month, avail. Nov. 1.1-926-3991.  M1W  Spacious New 3 Bdrm.  Townhouse in Gibsons, close to  amenities. Sundeck, carport, skylight, 5 appliances, rets., no pets,  available now. Call 1-230-4099.  M1W  Gibsons - 3 bdrm. lamily room,  1000 sq.ft. plus, 3 appl., 1 1/2  baths, upper Gibsons, avail. Oct.  1,$6507mo. plus utils. S.C.M.H.  Park. 686-9826. TFN  Newly renovated 2 bdrm. cot-  tage/Rbts. Ck., avail. Nov. 1,  $760/mo. Phone mornings 886-  7545. M1W  Residential RV spaces, large landscaped sites, lull hookup, tel. 4  cable avail, $200/mo. ind. elec.,  Gibsons area. 886-7051.   M1W IB  Coast News, October 12, 1992  Ttake Adtutttttt}'*' �����ft>itr Nerev <.:it*ssified A.d specitai Coast News (Monday)  -atr-a.                                              w __ _-._-.*:4Z�� ^ ^a          _*   _^~   - ��� Classified Deadline:  Run your* classrfred ad 6 ttmeSm -*e       Noon Friday  and pay Jot- only 2 times! HD  seciSifoffic^s  Turn those  unwanted items into  Sell them in the  Coast News and  Coast News  Weekender Classifieds!  In Gibsons, call 886-2622.  In Sechelt. call 885-3930.  ToAST^NEWfT  tmttft   1M-VoaUv*atllH  Business &  Home Services  We've Got The  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  COAST^NEWS  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  Roberts Crk. 3 bdrm house. 5  appl.. Quel, rear beach. Grd level  . lully tin. bsmt. i cp and gar.  wkdhp. raVs, rets. Avail Ocl 15 or  Nov. 1 $700.mln 4JS-6169   4lw  Partial sle. w/laudry tacil. all util.  tnc.$425/mth 886-2679       41 w  SOMEWHERE SPECIAL  Gibsons architecturally designed  house lor rent on 5 private  acres.with pond, pasture, slream  and torest 4 bdrm. 2 l/p. skylights,  vaulted ceiling, hot tub. dbl garage  play tori, garden, orchard etc.  S120QVmlh Susan 686-0032 41w  2 bdrm. house Lower Gibsons  Fridge, stove, washer S dryer. No  pels. Avail. Nov I. $675/mo. ���  damage deposit 683-9650 or I-  266-7478 ��43W  Sunny 1 bdrm. suite in Bonniebrook, non-smoking, no pets,  avail. Nov. 1. $500/mo. hydro incl.  886-3675. ��43W  Gibsons 1 bdrm. grnd. Iir. bright  near beach, $450 plus. Arthur 885-  9859. I43W  Davis Bay. updated, bnghl. semi-  furn. 1 bdrm. t den cabin, on  watertront property, million dollar  view. Suil agile, single person or  couple. $550/mo. 1-964-2216.43W  Like new 2 bdrm townhouse.  School Rd. Shared accom, n/s, no  pels, professional lemale preferred. S5907mth * util. Rels req.  Sept-June 1-731-1608 after 5 pm.  41w  Condo in Jolly Roger, large 2  bdrm, lumished, view overlooking  marina, monthly rental. Call (585-  1515 or 926-5724 (eve)       41w  Short-term ok, lully furnished view  condo, Jolly Roger Inn, Secret  Cove. 5 appis. l/p, avail Oct 1 to  June 30. Ideal lor couple or single  $575/mth * util. 865-8631. 41w  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support your  Residential, Commercial er industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a tull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles at 886-6107 tor details. -1  bdrm, lurnished, Hopkins,  $400/mth. Two bdrm. cottage,  Hopkins, $450. TFN  SHARED ACCOMMODATION IN  MY HOME N/S ��� NO PETS ���  FEMALE PREFERRED ���  USCrAIO. NORTH RD. GIBSONS  M6-80S5.  TFNs  3? Commercial  For Rent  Industrial workshop avail immediately, Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unit,  $475/mo. 921-6751        43cn  3 private offices. New building  $195-$250/mth. Receptionist avail.  Don Sutherland. Pebbles 866-  8107 TFN  Office space approx 200 sq.ft. use  of pholo copier and lax. JiOO/mth.  665-7869 41w  Office: lower Gibsons, lighl and  heat inc. $175.886-2588 or 1-736-  4604 41w  Commeraal/olfice space lor lease.  1000 sq.ft. corner unit, excellent  exposure, prime localion - Kem's  Plaza. Contact Waller or Beryl  TFN  Req. immaxl. ECE. student tor  teacher assist position, 3 afternoons per week at JACK I JILL  PLAYSCHOOL. Send resume lo  Box 128. Granthams landing. BC  VON 1X0. ��41W  Pan lime person required in video  dept. 4-9 shift, must be sett-motivated, must be IB yrs. or older.  Apply in person only al Kern's  Home Furnishings. TFN  Building designer, drafts person,  minimum 2 yrs. experience.  Resumes please to: Box 1t27,  Giosons.HC Attn In Design.  MIW  DESPERATE!  Fine dining server with knowledge  of wine 886-2168 42cn  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Drivers are needed for Ihe  Sechell area to transport  people lo medical appointments locally & to  Vancouver. Expenses will  be reimbursed.  Tutors are needed for:  English as a Second  Language, approx. 2 hrs  per week, starling in Oct.  Full training will be  provided.  Play piano or guitar? A  seniors activity program  would love lo have you  share your talents with  Ihem on Weds. 1:30 -  2:30.  A parent/child activity  program has openings for  volunteer assistants. 2-4  hr. shifts, in Gibsons,  Davis Bay or Sechell.  Excellent job experience.  FOR THESE tt MORE  OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION  CENTRE AT  685-5881  A Service funded by  The Ministry of  Social Services  EARLY CHILDHOOD  EDUCATION  DutlecTeaching Human  Growth and Development  courses.  Qualifications: B.A. or  equivalent experience working  with typical and special needs  children |0 - 5 yrs.),  experience teaching adulls,  and good communicalions  skills.  Localion: Sechelt Campus  Salary: Faculty Scale  Appointment: Temporary  part time. Ocl. 1992 lo Feb.  1993 Course will be taught  Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30 -  9:30 p.m.  Applications lo:  John Potts. Dean  Career and Vocational  Programs  Capilano College  2055 Purcell Way  North VAncouver, B.C.  V7J3H5  Doling Data: Ocl 19,199?  35 Business &  Home Services  PETER'S REMODELLING  General Home Maintenance, Car-  ports ��� Fencing - Sundecks ��� Additions, etc. Boat mainlenance and  island service. For more into  please call 685-1981 or Pager  685-5111. M3W  HOUSE FRAMING/  RENOVATIONS  by hr. or contract, all work guaranteed. Rels avail., Lie. carpenter  BCTQ 2451-CA-77 ��� 20 yrs experience. 886-0315 or 24-hr cell 1-  351-0399 41cn  FISHERMEN ��� DIVERS  SIGHTSEERS  Ne*, year round charters, exceptional rates. Phone 885-0203 or  cellular 220-7189. 43cn  E&E  PHOTOGRAPHY  LAB  Custom Enlargements:  Colour, Black �� While  Quality Reproductions:  Old Prints. Negatives  Batty Demarca  (RM.) Mfr^WB  Box 1954,  287 Gower PI. Road,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair lacilnes. 885-  2752 01885-9863 42cn  Commercial warehouse space,  new building, Hwy 101, t Hough  fid. Cwupancy Sepl. 1.685-9719.  TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail dances,  parlies, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  600-1300 sq. tl. $300-51100  Seaview Place, Hwy toi Gibsons  >Lome. 1-733-9983 or Marie 886-  7016. TFN  2000-10,000 square feet, exposure, will build to suit  New office space 800-2400 sq. tl.  Wilson Creek, $6.00 net  Retail space, new Plaza, 900-3000  sq.ft. 14.00 net.  Grant Realty  886-3330 TFN  Free, no obligation retirement  planning consultation: RRSPs,  RRIFs, cash investments, children's accounts. Conlact Carol  Oppelt, Pro-Fund Distributors LlrA  Twenty years experience. 865-  1926, leave message, o'r 732-  3249. 43cn  ACDC CARPENTRY  Twenty years experience. Reasonable rates, free eslimates. Al. 885-  3411. 43cn  TUPPERWARE  World class company now expanding in Sechelt, Pender Harbour  district. We are seeking a mature  full or part-time sales consultant.  This is an excellent independent  business opportunity with unlimited  potential lor the right individual.  Must be prepared to receive Iree  training in Vancouver. Please write  lo Joan Woodrow, Tupperware  Distributor, Unit 9, 3771 North  Fraser Way, Burnaby V5J 5G4 or  phone 435-0056 41*  Elphie's Cabaret is now accepting  applications for waitresses. See  Chris or Michelle. TFN  ���200-1500 WEEKLY Assemble  products at home. Easy! No selling. You're paid direct. Fully guaranteed. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-  2985 Copyright *BC104DH.M5cn  Sitter needed immed. in my home,  Mcm-Fri., 9-4. $73r>mo. 686-7072.  ��43W  Musicians for Thursday night  entertainment. Contact Terry at the  Jolly Roger. TFN  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Brace Fraser  885-9578  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  MiiilfrMlli'iili'lff  f. WALLPAPERING  PRESSURE WASHINQ  Oui.lv Wortunenshtp  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9643  LAWN* GARDEN  Lawn mowing, weeding, hedge  lamming, pruning, spraying, general cleanup Call Jan 886-0180.  ���41W  UBJ"  'MPUTING  SPEOALIZINCIN:  ��� Computerized Accounting  a Computer Troubleshooting  a Software Installation  885-4009  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping- Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 685-2109  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, dralting, Iree estimales,  Relerences available. 686-3463  TFNs  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 684-5324 or  686-2312 or 666-0436        TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out of  control? Need Iree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable seivice.  Fully insured. Commercial 8 residential. References available.  FRED 886-3526. TFN  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HE.IP?  it  Certifies! Saw Filer  .M&&&  Sharpening A Repairs  to all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades A Chalnsiwi  , Jamil Harrop  ___Q_j___t_J__Wf  Interested in saving money? If  cooking and cleaning are a pan of  your dairy lite, lei me introduce you  to the world of Watkins Quality  Products. Call Michelle at 686-  3026 42*  Call Sue for your complete home  cleaning needs. 885-4165. ��44W  Computer services for small businesses. Bedford Accounting,  spread sheets, data base manage  inert. Phone 9-5pm. 685-4009.  <41W  Catering for weddings, Christmas  parties, Sp. events, reasonable  rates, rets. 883-9351.       ��42W  RICK'S CARPET CLEANING  One room special, $29.50:5 room  special, $99.50. Call 665-9899.  43W  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, palios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 686-6095        TFNs  36 WORK WANTED  Wanted: Housekeeper/mother's  helper in Wilson Creek area.  Hours negotiable. 865-2006 42w  Clerk for bus depot 20 hrs./wk.  Apply in person at Maverick Coach  Unas. M1W  BECKY'S WORD PROCESSING  Fast, reliable service. Reasonable  rates. 885-7733. I45W  LAWN DETHATCHINO, maintenance, brushcutting, rubbish  removal, yard clean-up, hedge  trimming, planting window cleaning, carpet cleaning. 885-073741 w  Will type confidential correspondence. 886-9346 leave message.  41 w  CULTURED MARBLE  Everything your bathroom needs.  Bath tube, sinks, bath and shower  surround, CSA approved. Tom  Sealy. 883-2978 41w  Housesitter/Handyman ��� mature,  reliable NS/ND. refs. bondable, will  housesil, caratake pets, plants,  odd jobs, maim., Sunshine Coasl.  Rex, PO Box 1385, Gibsons. 886-  2164. I41W  SPECIAL TOUCHES  CLEANING SERVICE  Residential - commercial - marine.  bonded-insured.885-4457 41 w  HOMEOWNERS  HCUntNl  raw WW*  HaVee*f#aTien0#  ���auy-M  CALL DOC* IT All  886*4788  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery^  r*C��r-fUL1RXJ<-M0UNT��D  E0UIFMENT  KSTPOSSiaE RESULTS  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.lt. 3 bays /1800  sq. It. upper storage space, olfice  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 886-8204. ss  Carpenter for hire, decks, patios,  retaining walls, reno's cuslom  homes, Tom (386-6063       4lw  Qualified bookkeeper will do books  for small business. 685-7571.  M1W  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. andVukon  community  newspapers. All  for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000 readers.  If you're BUYING,  SELLING, or  simply TELLING,  IT PAYS TO  SPREAD THE  WORD.  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, firm rates.  Free estimales, no job too small or  tw large. Bruce 885-9576.145W  SEBERRY SERVICES  Grass cutting, weed whacking,  gutters cleaned, window washing.  Call RICHARD SEBERRY 885-  9899. I43W  Reliable man available lor fall  cleanup, hedge trimming, blackberries, lawns, elc. (no truck). Rob  836-3822. ��43W  Experienced reliable watchman  avail, now, any location, pan or lull  time. 885-5937 message, Site 56.  ���43W  CLASS 1 TRUCK DRIVER 11 yrs.  exp. wants P/T or relief work.  Qualified to operate almost every  industrial vehicle combination  including 'A' S 'B' trains. Have  clean drivers abslract. Will start  $12/hr. Call Keith 863-2725I43W  Chainsaw bucking and brushing,  rels. 686-7647. I43W  Light moving and hauling, yard  and basement clean-ups. Norm  896-9503 41w  Business lor sale in Lower Gibsons. Phone 666-7306 aft. 6 pm,  M2W  CONSTRUCTION CO.  REQUIRES WORK  Form ��� Frame ��� Finish ��� Commercial - Residential. Hourly or Con  tract. 685-3574. M1W  House cleaning and yard work,  reliable, rels. avail. 886-7041 or  886-3010. 41W  Rubbish removal, yard cleanup,  light moves, odd jobs, fast and reliable. Greg. 865-9694.     I41W  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available tor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd fobs  665-3917. TFNs  Carpentry, renovations, additions.  By hour or contract. Call 886-3107.  4w  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating ��� Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  TFN  Wanted: Housekeeper/mother's  helper in Wilson Creek area.  Hours Negotiable 885-2008.  ��42w  Exp. nanny seeks live-out position,  N/S, ECE, Firsl Aid, CPR, TLC,  rels. 665-9466. ��42W  Molly Mouse Daycare. Spaces  avail. 16 months to school age.  Fun-lilled, canng environment with  early childhood trained staff. 886-  3913. I42w  Jack 1 Jill Pre-school has openings lor 3 4 4 yr. olds To register  866-2528. TFN  Mother ol 2 will do day care in her  home, Roberls Creek. 885-5032.  ���42W  Home Daycare for tun and learning, early childhood teacher 886-  0080 42w  Rainbow Preschool Roberts  Creek, enroll now for Oct. Joyce  TFN  Experienced Nanny seeks work.  Excel, rels. Call Margaret 665-  6375 41w  38 BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  Lucrative candy vending machines  lor sale. Requires only 1 or 2  days/month. $20,000 lirm. 866-  7356 aft. 6pm. H43W  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  4HUSQVARNA  FOREST �� GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden Dealerships  available for Sechelt  Call Dorhn at  Tldellne Logging  SB5-4l*fl  SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY Coast News, October 12, 1992
Coast Mrs Classifieds llttll
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AMtomothM k Truck Tires • Sales 1 Servtcx
i Mechanical • Exhaust HeplacewwH
Alignments -Brakes - Shocks • Turnups
General Mechanical
Invitation to Bid
Sealed lenders endorsed ■AOOTIONS AND RENOVATIONS TO
BC, will be received by Tim Anderson, Secretary-Treasurer at the
Board olfice ol School Districl No. 46 (Sunshine Coast), Gibsons
BC, up to 2:00 pm local time Friday, October 30.1992.
In broad general terms, the project consists ol additions
approximately 11,800 square leet and extensive renovations oi
approximately 10.000 squaie leet lo existing building.
Subtrade tenders lor trades listed below shall be deposited with
one ol the bid depositories up lo 3:00 pm Tuesday, October 27,
• Amalgamated Construction Association of BC.
• Kamloops Bid Depository
- Nanaimo Bid Depository
I, ONLY those Hades listed below are required to
include BONDING in accordance with depository rules.
BONDING required for:
Healing I Ventilating
2- The following sublrades shall submit their bids WITHOUT
BONDING in accordance with depository rules:
Structural Sleel, Sleel Trusses, Sleel Decking and
Miscellaneous Melals
Melal cladding and soffits
Steel doors, door and window Irames
Aluminum windows and skylights
Finishing hardware
Drywalling including suspended ceilings
Suspended tile ceilings
Carpeting and resilient sheet flooring
Sheet vinyl wallcoverings
Wall carpeting
Exterior insulation and linishing system
Steel stud Iraming
3. Other trades not listed above shall submit lenders directly
lo General Contractor bidders.
General Contractors may obtain a set ol construction documents
from the Architect on deposit ol $200.00, relunded only upon
return of the documents In good condition within ten (10) days ot
dose of tenders.
Documents will be available tor Inspection from:
Northern BC Construction Association
Amalgamated Construction Association
Burnaby Plan Room
Southern Interior Constiuction Associations:
- Kelowna Bid Depository
- Kamloops Bid Depository
- Pentidon Bid Depository
Nanaimo Consiruciion Association
Tenders musl be accompanied by a bid bond drawn in favour ol
Ihe Owners in the amount ol $50,000.00 which will be forfeited on
failure ol the tenderer lo enter into a contract when required.
The successlul tenderer is required to furnish Performance Bond
within and a Labour and Materials Payment Bond, each In an
amount equal to titty percent (50%) ol Ihe contract price, lourteen
(14) days after notification ol award ol the contrad.
Royce Condle Architect Inc.,
ta*00-321 It Eby Street
Terrace, BC V8G4R3
tai: (35-7191
tax: 635-2107
contact: Dave Oleksewich, AScT
lor: School District No. 46
(Sunshine Coast)
PO Box 220,
Gibsons, BC     VON
tel: MM811
Preliminary site and applicant approval has been obtained from lhe Liquor Control and Licensing
Branch, Victoria, B.C. lor an 'A' class lounge (dub) licence lo operate on the premises situated at:
An 'A' licence may be issued to Ihe following types of establishments: hotels, resorts, clubs,
recreational centres, aircraft, trains, motor vessels, airports. Municipally and Provincially owned
cultural centres, universities and military messes. This class ol licence permits Ihe service ol en types
of liquor by the glass. Initial hours of operation, if licensed, will be limited to 14 hours per day between
9 00 am and 2 OO a.m. Monday through Salurday ai d the 13 hours between 11:00 a.m. and 12:00
midnight on Sunday. Patron capacity, il licensed, will be limited to 225 persons Permission lo sell
packaged liquor for oil-premises consumption has out been applied lor.
Residents and businesses located within a .8 kiiomelre ('«mile) radius ol the proposed site are
requested to register any comments by writing to:
Existing licensees located within a 16 kilometre (1 mile) radius may also register their comments by
writing to the above address.
One of a kind Crane Service
8 Ion & 15 ton • 5 trailers
All Equipment Sound
Garry's Crane Service
Sack & Sill
is hosting
family portaits
for Christmas
for Licence of Occupation
Take notice lhat U.S. Neid and J.C. Nield ol PO Box 4062, Vancouvei, B C.
Forester /Secretary intend to apply for occupation of the lollowing described land:
unsurveyed foreshore fronting lot C Ref Plan 924 D.l i 397 in Pender Harbour. The
foreshore would be as lollows: Commencing al Post planted at 5 melres E and 3 metres
S ol lhe survey post |IP| on lhe SW. corner ol Parcel C, Rel Plan 924, D.l. 1397, GPI,
NWD; thence 42 metres S; thence 14 metres E; thence 42 metres N; thence 14 metres
W along the shoreline and containing 588 square melres, more or less.
The purpose for rhe licence of Occupation is to allow for private moorage facilities, Comments
concerning this application may be made to R. Webber, the Senior land Officer, Suite 401,
4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4M4 and quote File No. 2405488
$ 10 price Includes the sitting
andl-8"x 10'portalt
OPTIONAL package available for $29.95 includes
]-B'x 10'. 2-5'xT and A - 3.5' x 5" portraits
Call Joanne to book yout reservation • 886-3461
SOILS &L\XI>S(.aim:
New shipment of Lava Rock Is HERE!
Fertilized Lawn & Garden Soil- Concrete Lawn Ornaments
Manure & Bark Mulch • Landscape Fabric • $' & 12*
Sand & Gravel widths, any quantity
%   '""-Mull*-*1  /
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These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon
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Engines rebuilt Irom $995. 5
year 100,000 kms warranty.
Bond Mechanical serving
B.C. for 27 years. Phone 7
days,8a.m. .8p.m. (604)872-
0641. Toll-tree Mon-Fri 1-
SURPLUS vehicles. U.S. and
Canadian low as $100.
BMW's, Cadillacs, Chevs,
Fords, Mercedes, Porsches,
trucks, vans. AMAZING Iree
24-hr recording reveals how
Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,
light trucks. 6 cylinder from
$995, B cylinder from $1095.
5 year, 100,000 Km. Lid. warranty. 7 Days - 580-1050,1 -
800-665-3570, 856-5826
Cummlngs Turbo Diesel
4X4's, Explorers, Vans, 4-
Runners, Dakotas starting
Irom $189 month, nothing
downO.A.C. Wedeliverany
where In B.C. Brian or Don
colled 1(604)585-3141.
DOORSI WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, metal
and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE! Call
collect to WALKER DOOR
and WINDOW In Vancouver
SPECIAL. Up lo 25% savings on all vinyl siding until
Oct. 30,1992. Only cash or
certified cheques accepted.
Central Valley Vinyl: 1-853-
6515, FAX: 1-853-6808.
children's sportswear. Invest
only a few hours weekly In
your own business. Very
small start up cost. Virtually
no overhead. Training and
marketing support. Call or
write: (403)423-1156,10565
-114 St., Edmonton, ABJ5H
want lo Increase Protits a
Sales? We have a fantastic
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Area. Very moderate cost.
High traffic/tourism market.
Contact us with your Product
Details. 1-272-0020.
Revolutionary digital 80-chan-
nel mini-dish satellite system
will rapidly expand home entertainment and communications Industry. Network Marketing. No Inventory. No
Investment. Call (416)622-
via mini satellite dish. Example: 5' dish c/w stereo receiver $599. 2' complete
$399. Also power Inverters
12V-110V. 1(403)380-4668.
Dealers welcome.
SURELY! Watkins couldearn
you thousands working for
yourself. Watkins, sure thing.
Free details, independent dis
tributor 1-800-263-9221, Ext
2505-Dept. 9209.	
$2000 to $4000 per month
with only 2 to 4 clients per
day. $4000 investment Complete training 1 Information
provided. Phone 1-800-561-
College Roommates - Karen,
Wendy and Lisa have exdt
ing Personal Photos of them
selves lor sale. For discreet
info write to: Spice, Box 670-
GB, Kelowna, B.C. VIY7P4.
Adultt only please.
All Your ART and CRAFT
SUPPLIES In one catalogue.
Sand $4 lor catalogue to: The
Desert Mouse, R.R.#3,S-15,
C-31, Kamloops, B.C. V2C
Train lo be a *CRM* - Certified Apartment Manager.
Many jobs available. Over
2,000 graduates now working. Government licensed
home-study course. R.M.T.I.
681 -5456 or 1 -800-665-8339.
Resort, Banff, AB requires
enthusiastic individuals, com -
mined to service excellence.
Various seasonal positions.
Resumes: Box 1510, Band,
AB, TOL 000. (403)762-
6546, Fax (403)762-6513.
#1 R.V. - Auto Paris distributor in B.C. Is expanding and
requires a regional road representative. Send resume to:
Lyco Products, Box 80269,
Burnaby, B.C. V5H 3X5.
LTD. (Est. 1972). Dozens ot
good used forklitts available.
LP, Gas, Diesel, Electric. We
buy tool (604)533-5331, Fax
(604)533-4563 eves. Terry
Simpson (604)535-1381,
Kubota Hobby Farm Tractor
LI5O0 diesel, 8 speed trans,
new loader, excellent unit.
$5,950. Ten more to choose
from. Phone: 980-2434 or
Government Grants & Loans.
Billions of dollars are made
available to new and existing
B.C. businesses. The Brad
Book can show you how to
get your share. Call now
YOUR COMPLETE mail order craft supplier, offering
personalized service and
competitive prices. Example: DMC plastic canvas and
felt squares $0.59. Free catalogue. Twilight Hobbycrafts,
104 Village Tree Mall, St.
Albert, AB T8N 3S1.
"'HOPE A&W" is closed.
Numerous items for sale:
Taylor Milkshake Machine,
Coldstream Freezers etc.
Phone 1 -378-6587(Merritt) or
1-869-9713 (Hope).
SUPPLIES ■ Everything from
the beginner to advanced
stained glass crafler needs at
up to 30% off relail. Shop
from home by mail. Call The
Glass Place order departmenl
t-800-363-7855 lor 184-page
iry, Flatbed, ten to thirty feet
Also machinery haulers,
tiltbeds, hydraulic dumps
Single, tandem and triple ax
les. Can Deliver. (604)492
4068 Penticton.
Lighting Showroom Person.
Inside and some outside
Sales and Projects. Experience a must. Send resume
to: Box 11, c/o The Morning
Star, 4407 - 25 Ave., Vernon,
B.C. V1T1P5.	
required for award winning
weekly community newspaper established In 1905. Responsibilities include writing,
photography, copy editing and
page layout. Position available October 1. Reliable vehicle essential. Please apply
to: Merrill Herald, Tereza
McDermld, Box 9, Merrill,
ACTIVE MIND! II starts wilh
this book Dianetics: The Mod
em Science ol Mental Heallh
by L.Ron Hubbard. $7.50.
Toordercalll(604)68l 0318.
Visa/MC accepted. Hubbard
Dianetics Foundation, 401
West Hastings Sireel, Van
couirer V6B IL5.
SHOP, B.C. Greenhouse
Builders Ltd., 7425 Hedley
Aluminum/Glass or
Aluminum/AcryiiteSDP, Double-walled Greenhouses,
Solariums and complete line
of Greenhouse Accessories.
Telephone (604)433-4220,
Fax 433-1285.
BIG WHITE & APEX. Privately owned condos, basic
toluxurious. Rem a ski condo
or summer cottage in B.C.
from our 65 page catalogue
or list your property at no
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Save thousands on dealer
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mobile homes to suit your
needs. Doubles, singles,
modulars. Phone for details:
Noble Homes. Edmonton
ING (or someone special? Try
our Mail Order Dating Serv-
icel Reasonable fees, confidential. For FREE detail*,
write: P.O. Box 2222,
Kelowna, B.C. VIX4K6.
lor unpaid taxes. Crown Land
availability. For Inlormation
on both write: Properties,
Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,
Ottawa, K2C 3J1.	
Major ICBC and injury claims.
Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for
24 years. Call collect:
(604)736-5500. Contingency
lees available. InjuredinB.C.
Lose weight for Christmas.
I'm looking for 100 people.
Herbal based formulas. 10-
29 lbs. per month. Sale,guaranteed Doctor recom-
mended. (604)688-8776. iV  Loast iNews, uaooer i.;, wji  ephemera  .SPCA NEWS:  This cuddly hamster is just one of many animals upfor adoption at the SPCA. The society has just  begun a major Coast-wide fundraising campaign, mailing out an appeal Tor help to every household  from Port Mellon to Egmont. Phone 885-4471 ir you can provide a pet with good home.  op quality  computer output.  Now available on the Coast.  You can get (he very best in output from your  desktop computer by using our new Linotronic 200  Imagesetter and Howtek Scanmaster II technology.  The Linotronic 200 will provide amazing  typesetting quality output of text or illustration  from your Macintosh or IBM/IC This will  make all your final work look the very best it  possibly can.  Our Scanmaster II can provide B&W or colour  scans in either continuous tone or bitmap  configurations. With our scanning capabilities the  sky is the limit as far as your creative horizons are  concerned.  Take advantage of our state-of-the-art computer  hardware for all your quality output needs.  You can't beat the convenience or our superb  service. For details and further information  please call 886-8755 and ask for Roger.  GLASSFORD  PRESS  DESIGN STUDIOS  renumber when  S YEARS AGO  New arts community coordinator Carole Rubin undertakes the  task of marketing and promoting local artists and art organizations on  the Coast.  "Petition opposes gravel extraction" is the headline of the Coast  News. The proposed extraction operation by Construction Aggregates, owned by Genslar, calls for the mining of gravel from ISO  acres of Sechelt Indian Band land. The deal, Sechelt mayor Bud  Koch says, has "been put on hold."  10 YEARS AGO  ���itement of Canada's gold medal wins at the  Tames in Brisbane, Australia, were felt very close to  home.  Chris Rinke of Port Coquitlam won a gold medal in Ihe 82 kilogram class in Wrestling.  Chris is the youngest grandson of Hugh and Alice Elwood, who  reside in Madeira Park, and occasionally Chris visits the Sunshine  Coast to see his proud grandparents.  15 YEARS AGO  The BC Feny and Marine Workers today met in mass meetings  throughout the province and have decided virtually unanimously lhat  they will not return to work until a collective agreement is reached.  25 YEARS AGO  As the Bratford Report to the Sunshine Coast Regional District  suggests, the discharge of 160 vehicles from the proposed new ferry,  the Sunshine Coast Queen, could be beyond the ability of the present  road system to accommodate.  35 YEARS AGO  This year Canada Savings Bonds will return 3 1/4 per cenl for the  first two years and 4 3/4 per cent on Ihe remaining 11 coupons. This  works out to an average yield at maturity of 4.46 per cent.  45 YEARS AGO  Pulp Queen at Port Mellon Labour Day celebrations was Miss M.  Stevens. She was crowned by retiring queen Miss E. Arrowsmith.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday  Oct 13,7 pm  Parliamentary Talkback on  Canada's Constitution  M.P. Ray Skelly and ML.A. Allan Wamke join host Carla  Howden and a guest audience in the studio for a 2 hour open  discussion on lhe referendum on Canada's Constitution.  9 pm  Arts Council 2nd Annual Art Auction  From the Arts Council we present a preview  Wednesday,  Ocl 14,7 pm  Talk lo Your Local (iovernment  Invited guests include reps, from the Town of Gibsons, Dist, of  Sechell and the S.C.R.D..  8 pm  Arts Update  The monthly show thai brings you lhe news from the arts scene.  This month Chuck Tkachuck lalks wiih artist Don Hopkins.  8:30 pm  A Small Recital for Voice, Rule & Guitar  A special musical show featuring Josephine Hammond, Kelly  Smit and Clarke Steabner.  Thursday,  Oct 15,7 pm  Coast Profile,  Gilbert Joe"Live"  Stan Dixon's guest this month is Gilbert Joe who returns for a  full hour of in depth community programming.  8 pm  It's Cool to be Yourself Video Contest.  8:30 pm  The Two Notes  Steve White and Jack Inglis are back !!  Celebrating the 80s is the theme of the show...that's their ages not  the decade.  HUH"11  I . .    I  Attention Residents, Visitors and  Merchants of Lower Gibsons  The filming of Stephen King's NEEDFUL THINGg will commence  Wednesday, October 14th and continue to about the third week in  November in Gibsons Landing. In order to control sound and  movement while filming, production assistants will control traffic in  and around the intersections of Hwy 101 and Marine Drive. Delays  will be minimal, approximately three or four minutes at a time.  I  All businesses in Gibsons Landing are open normal business hours  throughout the proposed shooting schedule.  I  Shoppers for Molly's Lane Market are requested to park in the upper  parking lot of the Quay accessible from Gower Point Rd.  We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you and thank you  for your cooperation.  Needful .Productions ltd. Coast News, October 12, 1992  community  Women's club plans trade fair, fashion show  The new executive of the  Sunshine Coast Business and  Professional Women's Club was  officially installed in Seplembei  al the club's fin-i meeting of Ihe  1992/93 season. Chris Ward, Ihe  first president of the Sunshine  Coast BPW and a charter member, installed the officers.  Frieda Fawkes was named  vice-president; Alela Giroux,  corresponding secretary; Joan  Wall, recording secretary; Phyllis Nicholson, treasurer; Myma  Harrison, past presidenl; Chris  Ward, club's first president; and  Ruth Moore, presidenl.  The next dinner meeiing of  the Sunshine Coasl BPW will be  Tuesday, Ocl. 20 al Pronto's  Restaurant in Sechelt.  The club will be holding a  mini-trade fair al the October  meeting in which all club members are invited to bring products, promotions and displays  aboul their businesses. Members  of Ihe public are welcome lo  come and browse through the  mini-trade fair alter lhe dinner  (approximately 8 pm) or if ihey  choose lo partake of the dinner  In September the Sunshine Coast Business and Professional Women celebrated the twelfth  anniversary uf their founding with a dinner on the town. They are shown here performing a  celebratory cake cutting ceremony From right to left: Chris Ward, first president, Adele de Lange,  life member, and Ruth Moore, the current president.  as well Ihey should call 885-      which is scheduled for Monday  5773.  Also at Ihe October meeting,  the members will be busy planning for their upcoming fashion  show, "Putting on Ihe Glitz,"  Nov. 23 at Illusions Supper  Club. The members are planning  an elegant evening of entertainment, including cruise wear, lingerie and evening wear fashions,  photo submitted  as well as some live music al  intermission. Proceeds from Ihe  fashion show will be used for  bursaries for needy female sludenis who are pursuing post-secondary education.  Double 'S' Cedar Homes  Prefabricated post & beam homes  standard or custom designed  send $4 for our catalogue  Double S' Prefab Homes (1979) Ltd  14771-64 Ave. Surrey, B.C., V3S 1X6  604 594-1777  Residential - Vacation - Commercial  WomenFutures  workshop in works  Women do two thirds of Ihe  world's work. Shouldn't the  economy work for us and our  families? A WomenFutures  workshop called Creating the  Vision, sponsored by  Women's Initiatives for the  Sunshine Coast (WISC), is  coming up Saturday, Oct. 24,  and will look at Ihe experiences and strengths of women  in this community. What are  the forces that limit us in  developing the kind of community we want? Where does  communily economic development fit in ?  WomenFutures is a nonprofit society that has promoted and assisted the participa  tion of women in community  economic development since  1985. Lucy Alderson and  Melanie Conn, from Women-  Futures, will facilitate Creating the Vision, and during the  process will help WISC identify some of the ways a Sunshine Coast Women's Resources Cenlre could work for positive change.  There will be a social Friday, Ocl. 23, 7 pm to 9:30  pm, at the north campus of  Capilano College in Sechelt.  The Salurday workshop, in the  same localion, begins al 9 am.  Register by Friday, Oct. 16;  call Dianne Evans al 885-5881  for more information.  fkelly planning public meeting  to debate community medicine  Heritage society holding  fundraising box social  A Box Social!  Thai's right - St. Bart's Church Hall, Gibsons, will be the scene of  a family fun evening for all, starting at 6 pm Saturday, Oct. 17.  A Box Social is an old fashioned community event where you  have an opportunity for your family lo meet your neighbours plus a  chance to cat greal food prepared by some of the community's best  cooks, including you! Bring a boxed meal for one (suggested menu: a  main course and dessert, eg. cold chicken, salad and Devil's Food  Cake - use your imagination).  The evening is being sponsored by Ihe Gibsons Landing Heritage  Society as an opportunity for members and the public to contribute lo  the restoration of the Women's Institute Hall/Cultural Cenlre. For  those of you who are new to the area, the Women's Institute Hall was  the cultural centre of Gibsons and shortly will be that once more. The  hall is being restored as a 150-seat auditorium suitable for concerts,  town hall meetings, theatre, films and art displays.  Tickets are $1 and are available at Coast Books and Linnadine's  Shoes in Gibsons, Roberts Creek General Store, and Talewind Books  in Sechelt. Price of admission is your ticket and a boxed meal for one  lo be auctioned lo raise funds for our communily. For more information call Ruth Moore 886-2432 or Nest Lewis 886-7573.  ��Q      SepticSystem  I .  Sketch a map of your yard, showing  the sewage line, septic tank, and  drainage Tield for future reference.  Pump a septic tank regularly.  Use chemical drain cleaners, toilet  bowl cleaners, or bleach sparingly to  avoid destroying tank's bacterial  action.  ��� Use white, non-fluffy toilet  tissue.  ��� Mix 1/2 pound of brewer's  yeast in  warm water, and flush down  toilet every 6 months to  hasten decomposition.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  A  from page I  ���In Pender Harbour they had  endless problems getting physicians who would stay," he said.  He added arrangements like  Skelly's proposal often get doctors who don't fit in to regular  practice in communities or are  on their way up the training ladder.  "It hasn't been a roaring success in other places...There's a  heap of unknowns about this."  Skelly, meanwhile, said a  new communily board and clinic would not affect other physicians; "This doesn't concern  doctors who are in practice in  the area."  As for whether doctors are  actually opting out, said Skelly,  "I don't think that's the relative  question. It's as long as ihey  retain the option to do thai. I'm  sure we haven't seen the end of  Ihis."  While Farrer said he personally disagrees with opting out,  both Farrer and Petzold questioned why Skelly is getting  involved in an area of provincial  jurisdiction.  "I think he's trying to gel  political points," said Petzold,  who speculated lhat Skelly's  announcement may be tied to  moves being contemplated by  the NDP government's Ministry  of Health in Victoria.  Skelly, meanwhile, will hold  a public meeting on the issue  Nov. 8, 2 .in at Greenecourt hall  in Sechell: "This is a community issue."  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  .     __ HOME  ���3T&- SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885*4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Thank you Sechelt!  We're uolulaTtitinrt ���in Importiint nnnlvurmiry  nnd wo Invito you to Join ns!  It was Just one your iijjn th.it tliodollvuryof  natural ftus to tho Sunshine < loust and  ,'nnoouvor Island begun.  You're invited tn an open house  at ti )Contra (las sales office  on October 1 (> for some coffee,  eake and conversation.  It's our way of saying thanks, nnd  taking the opportunity to tell you  a little hit about natural gas -  today's ideal energy choice for  power smart consumers.  Natural gas is a great product for these  energy conscious times. It's convenient,  safe, clean, efficient, easy on the  environment - and remarkably economical.  So come on down and join the celebration.  The goodies are on us. And thanks again for  a terrific first year. It's been a gas!  Have your  cake and  eat it too!  ./"in us/or vtthcunti  Lii//vvuswi't.vlvhrtttiJ  imr first ntmiix-rsttiy  on Oct Knitthv  Centra (Sus mien n/fhv,  5653 Wharf Hd.,  fmm 2*7 pm.  8856117  *t  Centra Gas  Beautiful floors begin  with the right connection  Member of  CONNECTION  CANADA'S LARGEST FLOOR COVERING FAMILY  ��� 44 store Buying Power - saves you money  ��� Most up-to-date styles and colours  > Friendly, personal service  ��� Knowledgeable, trained sales people  > Free estimates & shop-at-home service  ��� Professional Installation by craftsmen  > No surprise pricing ��� no hidden charges  ��� Product & Installation Guarantees  ��� We take the risk out of buying floorcoverlng  > You won't find better value anvwherel  SUPER SAVINGS  Sale Ends Oct. 31  "Rolling out more for your money"  MAKING HOMES BEAUTIFUL FOR 35 YEARS  709 Sunshine Coast Hwy., Gibsons ��� Hours: Mon. - Sat. 9 - 5 ��� 886-7112  ________________________________ Coast News, October 12, 1992  ���   m  Locally Owned & Operated ^  Prices Good Oct 11 to Oct 17  Come shop at Gibsons IGA 'PUu open seven days a week,  \!oii   lii .1 9, Sat.. Sun. iV Holidays 9-6.  You'll find a large variety of grocery produt.'"., choice meats, produce  items, bakery and deli service.  FRESH AUTUMN PRODUCE  Sunkist  Oranges  12 for  Sunkist Ruby  Grapefruit  40% off  Imagecraft  Greeting  (Sards  Dairyland Swiss Style  A  Yogurt 2Jfl8  FROM THE DAIRY  all varieties - 175 g  Kraft  Cheese  mild, med,  old 907 g  ti?  9  ea  Armstrong  Mozzarella  340 g 4  m  I   ea  Imperial Soft  Margarine  lib tub.  m  FROZEN FOODS  Avalon  Ice Cream  Vanilla, Chocolate, Coffee Cream  Strawberry, Fieldberry ��� IL  3  98  ea  Avalon  Frozen Yogurt^go  Bluebeny, Raspberry, Strawberry ^Fj*^  Peach, Fieldberry ��� IL a^f     ea  Old South Frozen  Orange Juice  regular & pulp free ��� 355 ml  ea  99t  Kelloggs Nutri-Grain  Waffles  Oat-Wheat, Wheat Bran,  Hi-Fibre ��� 312 g  DELI  Grimms mild  Pepperoni  m  garlic/no-garlic       _J29  Roast Beef  lOOg  19  ioog  Corn Beef   I2?  M. ioog  12 pieces of  Chester Fried Chicken  Receive 12 mojos free  Jmmmm,  99  BAKERY  Kiwi, 7"  Layer Cake  gourmet, 737 g  Apple fte  jumbo ^OtT  Cinnamon   /t"a  Buns (is ���   m  Butterhorns  4's  J99  ^_\T ea  949  *_9  ea  aV.  9  ea  HOT, HOT SPECIALS  Ardmona  Fruit Cocktail  all varieties ��� 398 ml tin  Ardmona  Fruit Snacks  3's  Sunfrie  Vegetable Oil  3L  Tetley  Tea  72's  Purex  Bath Tissue  12 roll ��� white or unbleached  Viva  Jumbo Towels  white or unbleached ��� 2 roll  V.I.P.  Laundry Soap  2.1kg  McGavins Country  White Bread  or 60% Whole Wheat  108  -M-       ea  158  ���mL       ea  298  mm      ea  928  mm  3n  138  am.       ea  298  M       ea  98*  IGA BRANDS, we've got a name  IGA  Drink Crystals  80 g pkg  IGA  Artesian Water  3.7 L  IGA  Macaroni & Cheese  dinner ��� 223 g  IGA  ea  88*  _\18  ���mL      ea  2/88*  Canned Vegetables    AT fl,*,  all varieties eaQjw*L**ep  98*  99*  158  ���mV       ea  IGA  Long Grain Rice  900 g  IGA  Pure Apple Juice  1 L tetra brick  IGA  Liquid Bleach  eaf  ea  3.6 L  SH0PAT  BUTCHER SHOP  SENIORS DAY, FIRST MONDAY OF  EVERY MONTH ��� 10% OFF  PARTi TRAYS, FRUIT BASKETS,  FRESH FLOWERS, MADE TO ORDER  Gibsons Park Plaza  886-3487  Lotto Centre & Photo Developing  Previously Frozen  Pork Side Ribs  3.51 / kg  Schneider's  Kent Bacon  500gpkg  Schneider's Old Fashioned  Hams  11.00 /kg  Chubbies  Pizzas  3 varieties ��� 700 g pkg  159  JL    lb  2"  mm    ea  ��99  W     lb  3/5^  j  L0TT6HY  TICK6T  CCNTR���  QUALITY GUARANTEED FILM PROCESSING  CHOICE MEATS  niroom) in  If you're not 100��o satisfied with the  quality of the fresh meat you buy at  Pt��i Gibsons  we'll refund your money  We reserve the right  to limit quantities


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