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Array LEGISLATIVE UBRARV  PariiameotBuiUm? o,  Vinoria. BX. V8V 1V��  Victoria,  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  October 26,1992 Volume 46 Issue 43  Area 'A' candidates dissect, debate issues  by Jane Seyd  One candidate said the regional districl has a "secret agenda" connected to  closure of the Pender Harbour landfill,  while another said she would favour a  prison as a means to economic development.  But in between the more unorthodox  ideas expressed at the Area A all-candidates meeting Wednesday evening, four  residents vying for the director's chair  discussed concerns ranging from water  shed protection to leadership style in  front of about SO people who had managed to tear themselves away from the  Blue Jays game in favour of community  discussion.  For John Dafoe, waste management,  including reduction of garbage, and  protection of old growth timber on the  Caren Range are top priorities, while  Jane Reid stressed the need for a community plan for Area A and said the  regional district has been too hasty in  plans to close the current dump site: "I  feel very strongly in keeping the landfill  open."  Karen Adamson stressed the need  for broad input from the community on  regional district issues: "I have a strong  dislike for pressure group government."  and emphasized her ability to work with  other members of the board, while  Bernard Bennett stressed fiscal management, and the importance of economic  growth in the community: "We are  forcing too many young people out of  here."  Predictably, the issue of closing the  local landfill in favour of a transfer station was on the minds of all candidates,  although they disagreed on what should  be done aboul il. Reid said a report  done by consultant Brian Carson  showed the leaehate was non-toxic and  favoured keeping the local landfill  open, while Adamson said she was less  convinced: "I do noi like the dump  where it is ...As far as I'm concerned the  dump is gone if there's any pollution  from it." Bennett said he favoured local  control, and that by taking garbage to  Sechelt, "we're just exporting our problem to another landfill." Meanwhile,  Dafoe was unequivocal in his comments: "I do not think for one minute -  report or not - thai it's not contaminated," he said. "You can go in there and  see just about anything."  turn to page 2  Regional water  test raises concern  by Jane Seyd  It may have been a mix-up of  numbers in the laboratory, or it  may have been a result of the  first fall rains in September.  Regardless, it was cause for  concern among regional directors Thursday, when one of the  drinking water quality results in  Chapman Creek during September showed a fecal coliform  count higher than that required  to close beaches to swimmers.  A reading for Sept. 8 showed  coliform levels of 363 per 100  ml at the intakes in Chapman  Creek and 173 in Gray Creek,  following heavy rain Sept. 7.  By comparison, beaches are  usually closed for swimming  when coliform levels exceed  200 per 100 ml.  Despite those high figures,  directors say it isn't time to  panic. In fact, they say the numbers could easily be a technical  error in laboratory methods,  which have not shown consistent results in water sampling.  Even so, the provincial government's water management  division says the "frequently  elevated levels of fecal col-  iforms at the intakes" are of  concern, and says the treated  water should be closely moni  tored to make sure it falls within  drinking water standards.  Between April and October,  water was monitored by both  the regional district and the  Ministry of Environment, in  both the upper watersheds and  at intakes.  Generally, water quality was  rated as good by the ministry,  except for the "naturally low"  pH levels in Gray Creek, which  make the water more acidic, and  traces of aluminum which  exceed "aesthetic" guidelines.  But director Jeremy Frith  said he wonders if the differences between Gray and Chapman creeks are solely "natural",  given logging activity in the  upper Gray Creek watershed.  "I think that's something  we'll have to ask the water  quality branch," said Sieg  Lehmann, superintendent of  public works, although he  added that in Gray Creek  "...we're definitely in logged  areas."  Director Jim Gumey, chairman of public utilities, said if  the high levels of coliform were  proved accurate, the district  would have to consider shutting  down intakes for the "first  flush" of fall rains.  11  Band members contemplate blockade of Chaudiere  i  by Jane Seyd  With permits to sink the battleship  Chaudiere still being processed by government ministries despite opposition  from the Sechelt Indian Band, this week a  group of band members said if the plans  to scuttle the ship go ahead without band  council approval, the Artificial Reef Society may be facing a native blockade.  "If it's another blockade, we'll do it,"  said Jerome Julian, spokesperson for a  "concerned band members" group, who  earlier this summer blockaded the Sechelt  PetroCiin station to protest taxes charged  to band members on their own lands.  In particular, Jerome says the group  objects to statements from local proponents of the project which attack the  band's claim to territorial waters.  "That kind of attitude, we're going to  make a stand on it," says Wesley Jeffries,  another spokesperson from the group.  Jerome and Jeffries say the reaction of  the project proponents so far has been  typical of historical attitudes to native  people's land claims and concerns: ask  for approval, and if you don't get it, go  ahead and do what you want to anyway.  "This is just another example of what  they used to do," says Jeffries.  Adds Jerome, "That's where the native  community steps in and says we're not  going to take this."  Jeffries says as far as he is concerned,  a threat to the environment from materials on the ship has not yet been ruled out.  "If those waters get polluted, the non-  native can always get up and move, but  our people will always be here, and we  have lo live with that," he says.  The issue has created a bad feeling in  the community by making people choose  sides, he adds. "I feel that's not fair...we  need to co-exist, the natives and the non-  natives."  Last week, an inspection of the ship  was completed by the Ministry of Environment, although no permits have so far  been issued.  In addition, the provincial lands  department has said it wants to consult  with the Sechelt Indian Band.  Gibsons garbage collector packs it in, heads for the Island  by Stuart Burnside  Two small dryly written  municipal notices from the  Town of Gibsons appeared in  local papers recently inviting  bids for control of the municipality's garbage collection service. Following shortly in the  Coast News Weekender there  appeared a simple message in  the classified section: "To Bob Kelly.      Thanks for picking      iJJ)e Coast's  up after me for 25  years. You will be JUSt getting too  missed." damn big'  Both   postings  conveyed, in their -Bob Kelly  separate between-  the-lines fashion, the same  information: after more than a  quarter of a century Gibsons  garbage main extraordinaire Bob  Kelly was no longer collecting  the trash, rubbish and refuse  area residents wanted removed.  Kelly's white collection  trucks, familiar in their dinosaur  lumberings and grumblings  through the alley's and streets of  Gibsons, have been sold to a  company in Vancouver and the  68-year-old Kelly himself is  ready to doff his cap to the  municipality in favour of a more  relaxed life on Vancouver  Island.  "The Coast's just getting too  damn big," Kelly said in an  interview last week, "and I'm  ready for a change."  It wasn't grappling with the  growth of Gibsons and its  garbage, however, that put  Kelly into retirement, it was a  wrestling match he lost with one  of his trucks.  "The Goddamn thing rolled  over me," he says, smiling a bit  self-consciously.  ���������    "Went right across  my stomach."  The accident occurred while he was  making his rounds  and when no one  was in the vehicle.  "It  was really  quick,"  he said, "There was  nothing I could do except try to  help the wheel over as fast as I  could."  Three of his ribs where broken, among other things, and his  doctor said heavy lifting was  OUL  Kelly started picking up  Gibsons garbage in 1962, albeit  reluctantly. He had moved to  the Coast from Port Alice on the  tip of Vancouver Island 10 years  before and worked as an odd-  jobs man, a jack-of-all-trades.  A friend said there was an  opportunity to make some  money hauling garbage for  some of the town folk because  the fellow performing that func-  _^_^m^_                                            _\\   i-A ��  ' if   .  m^jSk BK             ���      '  /jK��  J^k     ���/  -�������*$  T^-^k 4  it  J  i|i-V'/\:  *\W^      U.X'f4''a  ____\-A~                            *e  mM  V      -t     ���  mr  "*Sa                   Wj            *^  *\  f j*>   ���  Bob Kelly won't be emptying anymore of Gibsons' garbage bins.  Stuart Burnside photo  tion, Lankey Pete, had been  hurt.  "I really didn't want to do  it," Kelly recalled. "Then I  agreed, but only for a while."  Kelly said Gibsons garbage  collection 30 years ago didn't  involve picking up for the whole  town, just the people who wanted the service.  "It was easier," he said, "and  I covered a bigger area than you  can now." He said with a one-  tonne truck 30 years ago he  could service Gibsons,  Granthams Landing, Gower  Point and parts of Roberts  Creek, not just Gibsons proper.  After talking with Kelly for a  bit you come to understand the  town is losing a community  minded, principled individual.  There was a period of years  when he wouldn't bid for the  town's garbage collection  because he had a friend in  municipal office. He didn't  think it would look right if he  won the contract.  In his dealings with the people of the town he followed a  neighbour-helps-neighbour philosophy and as Dick Blakeman,  the man responsible for the  'thank you' note in the classifieds, put it: "Kelly will be  missed."  Even those not personally  acquainted with Kelly can  appreciate one impact of his  retirement - as a result of the  Town's call for tenders on  garbage collection, the price for  weekly rubbish removal in Gibsons has virtually doubled.  Davis Bay  to pressure  MOH over  bypassplans  by Stuart Burnside  A residents committee  from one of Sechelt's outlying communities is hoping to  prove that ordinary citizens  can effect change, that government, not just municipal  but provincial ministries, can  be made to listen to the "little  guy"  The Davis Bay/Wilson  Creek Residents Committee  (DBWCRC) is holding a  public information meeting  Nov. 5 with officials from  Sechelt council, the regional  district, Sechelt Indian Band  and Gibsons council to discuss alternatives for a Ministry of Highways (MOH)  proposal which has a strip of  agricultural/residential land  behind Davis Bay and Wilson Creek slated for highway  bypass construction.  The MOH proposal calls  for this initial bypass to be  followed by construction of  another, which would run  along or near the BC Hydro  powerline.  turn to page 2 Coast News, October 26, 1992  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Rctirrment  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ��� Serving the Coast  since 1982  0 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800665-20*) I  ��ianaai Hank la,ova ����h  (Jaaaaalaan Onaap aat hind. U J  Lawrence K. Clumbers, clu  CHAMBERS  ��ssr  Galleries  *-lt/��tt!0M6-  u4m-S��yme's ��FQou/e/ts �� Qifts  to their NEW Location in  Shadttw Banx Lane  5695 Cowrie St., Sechelt  Children's Story Hour  Starting  SATURDAY, OCT31'  & Continuing Every  Saturday Thereafter  Ham ��� 12 Noon  ages 3 ��� 8 yean  Wear a HALLOWE'EN Costume if you tvish &  There Will Be Treats For The Kids  TRAIL BAY MALL SECHELT  Parliamentary  Reform  CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS  Two referenda questions were presented to voters  on October 17,1991. The first asked whether the right of  'recall' should be instituted in British Columbia. That is,  should voters be given the right, by legislation, to vote  between elections for the removal of their Member of  the Legislative Assembly?  The second question asked whether the right of  'initiative' should be introduced in the province. That is,  should voters be given the right, by legislation, to  propose questions that the Government of British  Columbia must submit to voters by referendum?  The Select Standing Committee on Parliamentary  Reform, Ethical Conduct, Standing Orders and Private  Bills has been authorized by the House to examine and  inquire into all matters and Issues concerning these two  referenda questions and to make appropriate  recommendations to the Legislative Assembly.  This all-party Legislative Committee invites written  submissions on all matters and issues relating to the two  referenda questions including the introduction of recall  and initiative legislation in British Columbia. Submissions  will be accepted by the Committee until December 31, W9Z  Public hearings are being scheduled and will be advertised.  *+***  *_   rum un i or ____.  Mr.l_alDosanjh,MU  Chairperson  aM.SueHammel.MlA  Deputy Chairperson  Please send submissions to:  Craig James  Clerk of Committees  and Clerk Assistant  Room 224  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, British Columbia  V8V1X4  Telephone: (604) 356-6318  (call collect)  Facsimile: (604) 3564172  LRUP: employment sustainability  part J of a series by Jane Seyd  While sustainability of limber stands is  one debate in the Tetrahedron, sustainability  of local logging jobs is anolhei  Like estimales on other issues, judgments  about how many jobs are al slake in the  Tetrahedron vary considerably.  According to Mike Bell, local manager of  International Forest Products, there's Ihe  potential for about 40 logging jobs as spinoffs from cutting in the Tetrahedron study  area. "In theory they're supposed lo last in  perpetuity," says Bell. "Realistically il  would be about eight lo 10 years."  Others, such as LRUP and Tetrahedron  Alliance members Brad Benson and George  Smith, say thai figure would be much lower.  Bul regardless of the actual numbers,  work in Ihe woods is still for many an emotional issue.  Says Murray Cantelon, business manager  for the local IWA and LRUP member. "Tor  some people, walking in the woods and  breathing pine needles on Ihe weekend when  they've already got jobs seems lo be seen as  important as forestry jobs..."  For many forestry workers, that's personal. "It's hurting you directly," says Cantelon.  "It's affecting your livelihood."  A recent 23 per cent cutback to the Sunshine Coast's allowable cut has in some  ways made Ihe issue of logging in Ihe Tetrahedron even more volatile.  "The more compression you put on it, Ihe  more reaction you're going lo get," says  regional district director and LRUP member  Jeremy Frith. "That's going lo be used by  Ihe IWA very vocally to justify cutting. But  it's simplistic to argue in terms of men out of  work. There's a lot more to il than that."  'For some people, walking in  tbe woods and breathing  pine needles on tbe weekend  when they've already got  jobs seems to be seen as  important as forestry jobs'  -Mttrry Canlelon  For smaller local companies like Fleetwood, which contracts for Inlerfor in Ihe  Tetrahedron, it's harder to take this view of  the situation. Says Paul Lawson, an LRUP  member and Fleetwood employee, "We  don'l have the flexibility from a global  standpoint to change our position. "  "We have a lot more al slake here than  Interfor," says Lawson. "If we can't log  here, we're going lo have to move."  In amongst Ihe issues of water quality,  jobs and logging are further values of habitat  protection and recreation.  While Ihe provincial government has a  stated goal of 12 per cenl wilderness protection in B.C., on the Sunshine Coast, there  isn't a lol left lhat includes accessible old-  growth forest. And the officially recognized  percentage is zero. "Here we are scrapping  for less than one per cenl," says Smith.  According to a report by Thomas Plath, a  wildlife biologist for the Ministry of Environment, the Tetrahedron provides a habitat  for ihe endangered marbled murrelet, as well  as other bird species dependent on old  growth forest. Plath also says populations of  deer, mountain goat and other big game  wildlife in Ihe region have already been  affected by previous logging.  With 20 km of cross-country ski and hiking trails, and four alpine cabins built by the  Tetrahedron Ski Club, the area is also popular for recreation.  But compared lo the green of a limber  dollar, that doesn't take precedence for  everyone."'! he forest industry is the gasoline  lhat makes the economy run," says Cantelon.  "That is a fact. It's not a philosophical posilion."  "Some values are very difficult lo quantify," says Frith. "How do you quantify the  real value of a wilderness experience? How  do you end up balancing or giving preference lo one value over another? That is  where the difficulty lies in the end.  "You either log a bit or you don't log a  bil. There aren't many options up there."  Environmental  discussion divides  Pender hopefuls  from page I  Other environmenlal issues  included water quality of the  lakes and logging on the Caren  Range.  All candidates said Ihey  favoured strict controls on  future    building  around the lakes.    ���������  Bennett also said  the controls would  have to be adequately monitored:  "If you don't monitor it, anybody can  pollute, whether  it's through maliciousness or neglect."    In the Caren  Range, Dafoe favoured preservation: "It does protect our  water sources in their original  sense," while Adamson and  Bennett said they would prefer  selective cutting. Reid said she  would need more information,  particularly from the logging  industry itself: "All you seem to  hear now is the environmental  side of everything."  All candidates agreed a  strong director is needed to get  Area A's tax money working in  the community, but said "breaking away" from the regional  'All you seem to  hear now is tbe  environmental  side of  everything'  $ane Reid  districl isn't a financially practical idea.  Bennett stressed the need for  economic development, particularly through greater commercial space and home-based business: "If we drive young people  and older people  ��������� away, we become  a bedroom community."  All candidates  said development  of a community  plan is a top prior-  But Bill Hunsche  of  Pender  _______   Harbour   Really  told them it isn't  likely to soon become reality.  "It won't happen," he said. "It  certainly won't happen in the  next two or three years,  "Don't go in with any rosy-  coloured glasses because you're  going lo get brushed off."  Meanwhile, Cy O'Leary,  the outgoing alternate for Area  A, told candidates that whoever  is named director, "I hope the  people would help you in  advance rather than second-  guessing you after the dirty  deed is done."  Hardwick to speak  at Davis Bay meeting  from page I  The committee wants Highways to combine its efforts and build  only the one bypass at the powerline.  According to DBWCRC spokesman Alison LeDuc, the municipal planners for the three local governments are, as a result of public outcry in April, in the process of creating terms of reference for  a study of alternatives to the present MOH plan. At the Nov. S  meeting, the DBWCRC will seek public input for those terms of  reference while making the planners and government officials  aware of how strongly residents view Ihe situation.  Gambier Island resident and UBC professor Walter Hardwick,  whom LeDuc calls a "veiy impressive speaker," will address the  meeting on behalf of the DBWCRC, and he will talk about more  than just alternatives to the present bypass plan. Hardwick will also  discuss the concept of long-range "greenline" planning, in which all  new development is located within 1,500 feel of a continuous walking path or bicycle path, recreational space etc.  In addition he will address, among other Ihings, the idea of 'cluster housing,' along Ihe lines of European villages, which leaves  more green space than the usual subdivision.  LeDuc, however, isn't convinced the meetimjfr the oratory skill  of Hardwick, the will of the people or even the results of local gov.,  eminent study into alternatives will have much of an affect on Ihe  MOH.  "We're a little bit worried lhat our concerns, even at ihis stage,  aren't going to be listened to," LeDuc said, "The (MOH) doesn't  seem to be all lhat responsive... It's sort of like they don't want to  have to deal with us."  The meeiing will start at 8 pm in Ihe former senior's hall in  Sechelt.  setting H straight  Displaced commas In the chamber of commerce photo caption (Coast News, Issue 42,  Oct. 19, p. 7) caused an error In Identifying  members of the new executive.  Sharron Burk Is the president of the (iibsons  chamber, not Randl Johnston.  Sharron Burk  ^T  Pebbles from the past  1  ���*��� ���������Wl]  WILL ANDER HOME  i Important part of our early community were the Finnish settlers.  LThe above picture is a May Day picnic at the home of settler Andy  "Villander around 1911. The Finnish group arrived and settled  around 1905. Hard working and of strong views, these people were  important in the development of our early institutions, such as the co-op  store and CCF bookstore. Names such as Willander, Wiren, Ruises and  Lantas to mane only a few, are direct lines to our early pioneers.  INDEPENDENTLY  OWNED * OPERATED  TOURTBUB "LOCAL RBALTOR"  Your loci] Reel Emit compeny ��� Qlbiom Qmy/  Bo. 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Suncoast Agencies  Trjwatr-eprrtnert  Sunnyca-eillWQtaoral Coast News, October 26, 1992  news  The first major downpour of the fall set the streets of lower  (iibsons flowing Thursday and tested drainage up and down  the Coast. Chapman Creek rose more than two feet in less  than three hours but no substantial flooding had been  reported hy press time Friday. Joel Johnstone photo  Murrelet debate  continues to rage  by Jane Seyd  Arguments aboul whal the presence of marbled murrelets means  to old growth forests on Ihe Sunshine Coasl continued Ihis week, as  one wildlife biologist gave a presentation lo Ihe Tetrahedron Local  Resource Use Plan committee lo back up his recommendations in  favour of preservation.  While the number of murrelets on Ihe Caren Range and Ihe Tetrahedron may be a small fraction of the total population, "il might be a  significant per cent of birds on lhe Sunshine Coasl," said Tom Plath.  a researcher wilh Ihe Ministry of Environment.  And while Ihe endangered bird exists in other places, that's not  necessarily a reason to ignore its significance locally, Plath added:  "That would be like saying Ihere are grizzly bears in Alaska, so we  don'l have lo pay attention to Ihem here. livery forest districl should  be responsible for managing wildlife within their own district."  In part, I'lalh was responding to comments from another biologist,  Dale Seip from Ihe Ministry of Forests, who recently said Ihe local  population of murrelets is "minuscule" compared to Ihe total and not  of significant importance.  "I'm in disagreement about some of Ihe Ihings he said," Plath  commented.  It's true that marbled murrelets don'l occupy Ihe same nests each  year, said I'lalh, "bul it will be in Ihe same block."  And just because all old growth is potential nesting area, "il  doesn't mean all old growth is being used," he commented. "Noi all  old growth is equal habitat."  Plath said the Tetrahedron is important for wildlife habitat  because of Ihe wide variety of species present, and the number of  "regionally significant", uncommon and endangered animals which  live there.  Once a certain threshold of logging is crossed, there's usually a  dramatic drop in wildlife, said Plath: "It would be ridiculous for us to  say we have X amount when half of that is already gone."  ���1   A  NEW ARRIVALS!  Table & Boudoir Lamps  _j__L     Lots of New Styles & Colours  iii-it exarth a\ shown/"  Sechelt Lighting y\m  885-9417 �� 5609 Hwy 101, Sechelt  Flea Market  LA. R.C.L ��109       f\  at  Gibsons Legion Hall  Sun., Nov, 1  lOam to Noon  Tables $5  Phone  L. Sampson  886-7754  High student count forces school expansions  by Darah Hansen  In un altempl to cope with school overpopulation caused by spiralling sludent  growth rates, several schools in the district  have been targeted for classroom expansion  projects.  "We're growing with leaps and bounds,"  said school district secretary-treasurer Tim  Anderson.  A total of 261 new students entered the  dislricl Ihis year, a total lhat has already surpassed the projected numbers anticipated for  the 1993 school year.  Sel lo go ahead is the $1.8 million Cedar  Grove project, despite being tendered al  $300,000 over Ihe allotted Ministry of Education budget. To accommodate the price  and the necessary classroom space, Ihe pro  ject will be divided into two separale phases.  Roberls Creek Elementary will undergo  major expansions al an estimated price of  $2.4 million. Approximately eight new  schoolrooms will be built.  In the planning phase, too, are Elphinstone Secondary, with approximately eight  new rooms and a library planned, and Halfmoon Bay with three new rooms.  Portable schools from the defunct town of  Cassiar are also under consideration. Upon  inspection by Ihe district, the elementary  school, a prefabricated building containing  eight classrooms, special education facilities  and a library, was found to be in good condition and would not create a major problem  should il be relocated.  The town's secondary school, opened  January 1992 and closed in June, is capable  of containing 200 students but is not suitable  for relocation.  Public input meetings have been scheduled throughout communities on Ihe Sunshine Coasl symbolizing the firsl phase in a  long-term plan to construct new school facilities.  The meetings will take place in November as follows:  Pender Harbour, Monday, Nov. 9, 7 pm.,  Madeira Park Elementary  Halfmoon Day/Sechell, Thursday, Nov.  5, 7 pm., Sechell Elementary  Roberts Creek/Cedar Grove, Tues., Nov.,  3, 7 pm., Roberts Creek Elementary  Gibsons, Thurs., Nov. 12, 7 pm., Elphinstone Secondary  Inventory  Reduction Sale  "We'd rather sell it than count it!  30%off   Paper Making Kits  - - Art Cards,  Z_>/Ooff  Matted or Framed Art Cards,  Posters, Framed Posters  20%off   Al1 christmas stock>  Select Photo Frames  15%off Art Supplies  10%off  Jewellery  GARY LARSON CALENDARS  Reg.S14.95    Sale $1250  Great ChrittntM Giful  iShow Piece Gallery^  I  280 Gower Point Rd., Gibsons Landing  886-9213  ������  Tempo / Topaz  YEAR END  LIQUIDATION SALE  Please Help Us Make Room For Our 1993 Stock  Example:  Stock #12-2170  } 992 Tempo GL  ��� Cloth Interior  ��� Air Conditioning  ��� Overdrive Transmission  ��� Electric Mirrors  ��� AW Season Steel Radiais  ��� AM/FM Cassette  ��� Plus Much More  $8995'"$220  * Rebaie Assigned lo Dealer Plus Freight & PDI * Based on 48 monlh Lease  I993 ESCORT  Purchase from  *  00  Per Month  O.A.C.  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The European Common Market seemed to be cruising  smoothly towards unity and world pre-eminence; in the  major nations of the west - the USA, Greal Britain, and  Canada itself ��� the forces of economic conservatism had  the governments of the day in a grip as seemingly secure  as the Communists Ihey opposed.  Suddenly, the Berlin Wall was down and communism  everywhere in retreat; Ihe Common Market is awash in  waves of resentment from the European people and  progress towards unity seems suddenly uncertain; and, as  suddenly as the communists collapsed, it appears that the  apostles of economic conservatism are losing Iheir grip  on the west.  A few years ago, like the faces on Mount Rushmore, il  seemed Margaret Thatcher of Great Britain and Ronald  Reagan in America had stamped their mark on iheir societies for a generation at least. Communism was in ruins  and the economic hardliners had triumphed.  Apart from his granite jaw, Mulroney had never  seemed like Mount Rushmore material, but he had so  assiduously insinuated himself into the good graces of the  conservative giants of the time that it looked likely he too  would be part of the political landscape of the near  future.  Margaret Thatcher was the first to go in a sudden and  bloodless coup by her backbenchers, who ought to be the  envy of Canadians. Here we tend to take months to  change our leaders and to throw the whole country into  chaos while doing it.  Ronald Reagan was overtaken by age and constitutional terra limits but passed the baton to his loyal lieutenant  George Bush, who won a nasty victory against Michael  Dukkakis in 1988 and continued in Reagan's footsteps.  Margaret Thatcher's replacement, John Major, won a  stirring come- from-behind victory in the British election  this year; and our Brian was still negotiating our future  here at home. The forces of conservatism, though  changed, were still securely in the saddle.  Look around you now, fellow Canadians, much has  altered while we've been navel gazing.  Suddenly George Bush looks like a beaten man in his  bid for re-election. In Britain, John Major's government  seems to have lost its way.  Twice in the past month it has taken radical political  and economic initiatives only to reverse itself within  days. It is at odds now with its Common Market partners  and with the British people.  As for Brian, are there any bets on his long-term  prospects?  Neither the forces of unbending capitalism nor rigid  communism seem destined to bestride the world; nor  does a civilised and rational uniting of the world's people  seem by any stretch of imagination to be automatically  assured.  It might be well advised if we Canadians stop tidying  up our constitutional cabin and stick our heads outside  where our decks are awash with the changes sweeping  the world.  Gibsons never  looked so good  I have a suggestion to make  to the Town of Gibsons! I propose thai we purchase the film  sels in lower Gibsons from  Needful Productions Ltd., and  leave them as they stand right  now. Gone are the garish signs  and ugly T-shirts, replaced with  buildings that have a look of  style and character.  Have you noticed how well  the Inglis house fits in with this  new look? Perhaps we could ask  them to consider working their  magic on upper Gibsons too!  It makes one think when film  sets IMPROVE the look of the  town. We could take some pictures for the OCP, a vision of  what could be. From my perspective Gibsons never looked  so good.  STACIA LEECH  Gibsons.  Reid's candidacy  supported  It is nice to see that Jane Reid  is prepared to represent Area A  on the regional board. She is a  long-time resident of the Pender  Harbour area who over the  years, has shown keen interest  in the growth of the area and has  taken an active part in its development. She has a wide and  extensive experience on the  Advisory Planning Commission.  She has ability and determination and will be a first class representative for the area.  JIM TYNER  Madira Park  Paying the price  for busing  I have just had to pay $10 for  my children lo gel to the ferry.  Why? Because our wonderful  government subsidized BC  Transit bus went right by them  when they were waiting at Ihe  bus shelter in lower Gibsons (a  shelter designated by a bus stop  sign).  My children (aged 14 and 9)  could not see the bus coming  because of construction on  Marine Drive so they were still  silting on the bench when the  bus sailed by. You would think  the driver might consider that  someone just might be waiting  at Ihe shelter expecting the bus  to stop at the bus stop sign!  I guess the driver would have  gone whipping right by if the  person in the shelter had been  elderly and unable lo move  quickly enough too! I will also  have to pay a $ 10 taxi fare when  my children come home from  their father's on Sunday. Why?  Because the taxpayer-funded  BC Transit bus does not run on  Sundays or holidays (despite the  fact that we are supposed to be  luring tourists to the Sunshine  Coasl).  I believe in government  funded transit systems. I wrote  many letters asking both the  present government and the previous one to subsidize the Gibsons Bus, the one that worked!  Or if no subsidy could be managed, to at least slop BC Transit  from putting them out of business! Diane Schafer cared about  transit in Gibsons and she  deserved a salary from the government far more than does  Rosina Giles, or Peggy Connor  for that matter!  ANNE MILES  Gibsons  Give choices, not  censorship  In response to the letter written in the October IS Issue of  the Coast News Weekender by  Sheri Clough entitled 'Destructive force of rock 'n roll', I find  the sweeping generalizations of  this letter to be alarmingly  childish. With regard to her  letten welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mall  your letters to;  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  statement that "any of the  albums from popular, idolized  music groups current today"  suggest that "suicide is the painless way out" and "have sex  whenever, with whoever, however you want to" I am made  acutely aware of the ever  increasing narrow view of the  middle class.  It is not easy being a parent  today, especially with AIDS  rapidly spreading into the heterosexual community, the toxic  violence in urban areas, and the  availability of potentially deadly  drags to young children. However, I think that by generalizing  a type of music that children and  adolescents listen to as 'evil'  you are creating an arena which  smacks of witch burning, and  book burning, and any other  kind of destruction that is propelled by ignorance md fear.  Unfortunately the moral  majority is neither moral nor the  majority. I challenge those who  feel rock and roll to be an  entirely negative force to read  the lyrics of Van Morrison,  Queen, Public Enemy or Bob  Dylan. There are explicit lyrics  in much of today's rap music  that opposes drugs, violence and  having "sex whenever, however  you want."  Parenting is a uniquely individual experience and when  groups of adults condone an  agenda for children they are  missing the very essence of  communication that is necessary  for growth, enlightenment and  healthy choices. Choices that  should be made without censorship.  MARGARET E. DOYLE  Sechelt  Keeping vanished communities alive in their stories  A modern two-lane highway runs past the site  of my childhood home, nicked along the shore of a  large lake in northern Vancouver Island.  In my infant years, there was no road. The route  in and out was by float plane, or in the caboose of  a train hauling logs north to booming grounds at  Beaver Cove, near the western terminus of Johnstone Strait.  Despite its then-remote location, the town of my  youth was a home for more than a few score of  people. Young men drawn to a life of logging  stayed in a complex of bunkhouses at the south end  of the community, while small frame cottages for  married couples stretched to the north, lined up in  neat rows beside the railroad tracks. There was a  community centre where movies were shown and  dances held, plus a swimming pool, company store  and one-room schoolhouse with seven rows of  seats for seven grades.  We lived a few doors away from the camp's  industrial shops. On the other side of the house  was a vacant lot, where my father ��� the bridge  foreman for the logging company that founded the  town ��� built a small ferris wheel for all the neighborhood lads to enjoy. The control switch, housed  in a box spiked to a handy tree, received its power  from an extension cord strung through a window in  ebbtide  d. macdonnell  our home.  The ferris wheel, junction box and tree are gone  now. So is the town, the victim of road access to  the outside world. When a new highway was built  across northern Vancouver Island in the early  1980s, the logging company that owned the town  realized it made better economic sense to house its  employees tlsewhere.  The community was shut down, its dwellings  scattered to other locales. Today, the loggers and  trainmen live in Port McNeill and surrounding  areas. They aia. bused down the highway to the former townsi:-, and then into the bush, probably  with no more than a glance at the place where a  bustling settlement thrived for several decades.  For the first time in many years, I drove past  that same place last August and turned onto the  paved road leading towards the lake, where the  town once was. Abruptly, it changed to dirt and  swung around the still-operating machine shop,  power saw shed and marshalling yard office  remaining to serve what was once a far-busier logging operation.  I was seven years old when we moved away, so  my memories of place and context are now faulty.  I tried to find a reminder of our old frame house,  but failed.  The railway tracks still follow their same path,  but not past houses lined in neat little rows. Alder  trees, blackberry bushes and an assortment of  weeds now occupy the vacant properties where  homes once stood so full of life.  The store, swimming pool and hall are also  gone, and the sea-plane hanger that once stood  alongside the lake is no more. No reference points  remained ��� all that was left was the industrial  infrastructure serving the camp ��� thinks like the  heavy equipment repair shops, a first-aid station,  gas storage depot and other day-use-only buildings.  Well, not quite. There are still memories of  time and place. On this day, I snap picture after  picture of weed-choked lots and rutted dirt roads  obviously leading nowhere. They are meant for my  mother, who lived here from the late 1940s to the  early 1960s and never returned, in the flesh, to visit  the town beside the lake.  Months later, with the images from 1992 fresh  in her hand, my mother hauls out her album of  photos taken during those earlier years. She cannot  help but compare then with now, and is clearly  astonished at how a once-lively place can suddenly  become home to nothing more than road dust  I can see that her mind has difficulty making the  leap to today and accepting the finality of what has  happened. Instead, she retreats to telling stories  about how it was back then, and follows by discussing the latest chapters in the lives of people  she still knows who used to live on our street or  maybe even in the bunkhouses. The pages in the  album of old photos are turned one by one; ever so  softly, the history of the place comes alive again.  My mother does not insert the newer photos  into an album. They go into an envelope, and then  into a drawer.  There is a lesson for me in all of this: It is one  thing, however bad, to see a community disappear  completely. It is far worse to forget that it even  existed. Worst of all is to simply let its stories die.  COAST^NEWS  I yaw ��� *35 ��� $2.4S CST - $37.45  6 month! ��� $20-$1.40 CST-$21.40  1 yaw-$40 (No GST)  R*f. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast News is locally owned  and published on the .Sunshine Coast, B.C  every Monday by Gktsford Press Ltd,  Gibtons Otfkx  Box460, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO  (604) 866-2622, Fax (604) 686-7725  Secneff Office  Box bB, Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  Uenaoer.  /UVMMng  Rmmmnwtms  0*10. Manege,.  omc.st.tt  Qammf  Smlmlf  Pk Tripp  jean Broccoli, Dante Shaiman  ��� m Hogere, Samoaaa Caalyav��a-S-��i  Anne Thomson  Sue Connor  Ruth Forrester, Janice Edmonds  Editor*            ChertesHert  Rmportert ���      Stuart Burnside  Jane Seyd, Darah Hansen  PtHttogrepher ��� Joel Johnstone  Production ���     Cathy Mack, Brian McAndrew.  Fran Burnside, Beverly Shipley  Andy Jukes  Fax (604)885-3954  1  Yourc*���mm^tAWMD-WNNk'NGnam%p4pe* \  The Sumhlne Coast Neaa* k protected by copyright  and reproduction ol any part of it by any maMKh  prohabttod unlaw permission m writing k first lecurad  from Glassford Pins Ltd., hold- of the copyright  m opinion  Was referendum worth the exercise?  Coast News, October 26, 1992  the  R���AL ���STAT��� C0R06R  I don't think there has ever  been one of these columns on  something that hasn't happened  yet, but as I write this (Thursday) the event itself, the referendum or plebiscite, has not finally taken place and when you  read it, sometime alter Monday,  it will be all over and the result  known. One way or the other a  certain degree of relief will have  begun to roll over the land.  Under these circumstances I  am certainly not going to make  any predictions, I have not  wanted to bet so much as a half-  pint on the outcome. Also of  course, I would not want to  seem io be flogging a dead  horse, but .lefore the furor has  perhaps completely died away it  does seem that there are a few  general things thai might be  said.  No one ever said that thrashing out a constitution was going  lo be easy. In England, where is  the Mother of Parliaments, they  have simply avoided doing this  to this day. In France after the  Revolution they gave it a strong  try.  For many months some of  the best brains in France including Gibbon of the Decline and  Fall of the Roman Empire,  imported for the job from England, assembled at a chateau in  Switzerland. They put themselves under a rigid program.  During the whole of the day  they each kept to their rooms  working on individual drafts. Al  eight they all got together for  dinner and then sat up well into  the morning discussing it all.  This seems an eminently sensible way of going about it, but  still they failed and ended up  with the Emperor Napoleon.  The making of the American  Constitution was far less complicated but then it was a brand  new country. A group of educated gents sat down and worked it  out and wrote it down in clear  and sometimes stirring language. Then it might appear  they simply took it along to the  people saying maybe, here is  your constitution, so pick up thy  musket lad. Compared to what  we are now attempting it was a  simple and straightforward constitution, nonetheless it required  wide interpretation by the  courts, making the lawyers a  continuing and significant arm  of government.  But that is going to be the  way wilh all written constitutions and the more detailed the  constitution, the more pervasive  the profession is going to be in  our lives.  In our day, with new countries and old countries re-grouping there must be an unprecedented amount of constitutional  writing going on. I don't know  that I want to make it a special  study. I did hear, embedded in  the plethora of comment, debate  and diatribe that has been  in a nutshell  almost wall to wall on my background radio for so long, a note  on the Australian's tussle with  their constitution. Australia is,  of course, in many ways the  country most like our own, vast,  ex-British colony, varied immigration and aboriginal population.  They didn't say much about  the Aussies and I didn't catch il  all. Whal I did catch, I think,  was they had had 61 goes,  plebiscites I suppose, at reaching a workable consensus and  only three of them had been of  any use.  Apparently our cousins  Down There were not phased by  this, which would lead you to  suppose that they are a lot more  patient, or interested, than many  of us up here. There have been  some, really quite a number -  some speaking for whole communities or commonalities, who  have come on the air fair fizzing  with anger. They are going to  vote No (or Yes) simply  because ihey are bored with the  thing and think this the fastest  way of putting a stop to it.  stuart nutter  Listening to all these people  over this period has been an  experience never before to be  had in Canada. A lot of it was  very encouraging, warming in  fact. The fact that so many came  out with obvious serious concern was itself, perhaps, worth  the exercise. People from all  over, all kinds of people, had  clearly studied the thing, given  it some real thought, and, many  of them, changed their minds at  least once. You couldn't help  thinking of the pollsters.  What it did however was dispel, more than anything else has  ever done, the cliche of the apathetic Canadian. There were, of  course, many who bobbed up to  have their say who were voting  No, or Yes for reasons which  had nothing to do with the question. Personal, narrow political,  plain grudge reasons. There  were certainly enough of them,  and I would think enough to  permanently discourage those  who have been going about talking of government by referenda.  If Ihis is so then it too may have  been worth the exercise.  by Herb Craig  REP: GIBSONS REALTY  More  Money?  That's right - there are Ideas that can be used by die pros to get you  more money for your home on resale. Many of us have heard aboul  lhe 'coffee on (he stove' to make the house smell nice. But - does It  work? Is that all there Is to it?  Not by a long shot. Did you know, for example, that there's a way to  arrange your furniture to create a feeling of "more space" in a room?  And that feeling of space is important to a buyer. Closets... one little  adjustment and a buyer will get a very positive impression. Which is  better, worn carpets or hardwood floors'* One adds value, one  doesn't.  There are over 40 different ideas thai I use to get your home ready  lor sale. That's right - just to get it ready!  Now these same ideas can be yours FREE simply by calling me and  asking for my INSIDER'S REPORT #22 called "TOP DOLLAR FOR  YOUR HOME."  I/ILL BE    SOLD   ON MY SEHVICE  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS REALTY LTD 8S6-2277  letters  St Mary's earns  highest praise  While visiting my parents  recently in Sechelt I had the  opportunity to read through your  community hospital's annual  report. I noticed that St. Mary's  Hospital had recently been  granted a three-year accreditation rating. As one who has  been involved in the preparation  for, and followup after, an  accreditation survey (on numerous occasions) at my local hospital I feel I have a good understanding of the significance of  what your hospital has managed  to achieve through this rating.  My comment to the recipients of health care on the peninsula and any other hospital users  is simply that you should be  very pleased with such an  achievement, it is no easy task  to demonstrate high enough  standards of care and organization to be granted a three-year  accreditation rating.  Simply put, this means that  your hospital staff including  administrative staff, health care  workers, nurses, doctors,  women's auxiliary and board  members are all doing a very  good job of running your hospital. They deserve your confidence and admiration.  A.S. LOCKHART, M.D.  White Rock  Health initiative  commendable  I would like to commend  Ray Skelly, MP for his initiative  in inviting interested persons to  attend public meetings in Powell  River and Sechelt to discuss  alternative ways to deliver  health service in BC.  One of the basic flaws in our  medicare is that doctors are paid  only when they treat the sick.  Our medical schools are also at  fault in that they do not teach  medical students nutrition, wellness and how to keep fit.  Thanks to power of the pharmaceutical lobby, the universities  do teach the use of drugs. They  also see to it that our doctors are  given copious supplies of drug  samples, along with free tickets  for the opera or hockey game.  We, on the other hand, are all  too often more interested in a  quick fix, rather than taking a  concern in Ihe day lo day activities necessary in maintaining  healthy minds and bodies.It  seems as a first step we should  have doctors and caregivers  trained in wellness. First so that  they could look after themselves, then their wellness communily. ll is shocking to learn  that doctors have the shortest  life expectancy of any group of  professionals.  We are fortunate to have a  working example of wellness  clinics close by. In 1947 a group  of progressive-minded citizens  and caregivers got together in  Seattle to organize the Puget  Sound Group Health Cooperative. Today it has a staff of over  500 caregivers serving some  500,000 members.  The doctors and other practitioners are all paid good salaries  at work, on sabbaticals, on holidays or retired.  Group health does about one-  third the surgery per capita com  pared to BC on a province-wide  average. A year ago the co-op  declared a $17 million surplus.  We have a medical plan in  place we should be able to  improve on from Seattle's experiences.  Good luck lo Mr. Skelly and  his constituents on the Sunshine  Coast. May their good work  spread throughout the land.  BILL HARTLEY  Victoria  AT SUNNYCREST MALL  IT'S OCTOBERFEST TIME!  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Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable pnees  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed k air conditioned. Open Sun - Tnurs, 11 am -  10 pm. Fri k Sat 11 am - 11 pm.  886-2993  Thi Omtp HiH-OWI - With a perfect view of Gibsons Harbour, .and  a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise You'll often see Bruno  Gmwi star ot the Beachcombers,  dining here The modified menu  includes rumhurgers pizza pasta  steaks chicken seafood stirfrvs  nbs salads and desserts Banquet  tacitities available Reservations  recommended Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd  MfrOfl Open for lunch .and dinner Mon Fri 11 00 am - 10.00  pm Sat 4-00 pm - IQcQO pm. Sun  uDpn-MDpa  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jot* fo9* ��� Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secret Cove Lunch and  dinner served seven davs a week  from 113Cam Lunch specials daiK  Dinner menu includes fresh seafood  duckm steaks pasta and pizza with  homemade dough All pies and  breads aie baked tresh. daily on the  premises A children's menu s also  available k*n us ror Brunch on Sunday from tO-QO a m - 200 pm Fully  licensed Visa, Mastercard Mercer  Road. Secret Cove Resen-aticre recommended 885-7184.  Tht Wharf - Open for breakfast.  lunch and dinner seven davs a  week Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every tat4e Continental cuisme and seafood at its best  Sundav Brunch from 8 am - 2 j>nv  Fuily licensed .and air conditioned  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy* 101. Dans Bay. 885-7285  Na. China Kitchen - GIBSONS  PARK FLAZA. 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar k dessert Also tea*  taring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine Lunch or  Dinner Licensed premises dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties Hours Sunday -  Thursday 1130 am - 10 pm Fridav  k Saturday. 11:00 am - 11:30 pm.  lunch buffet 11 30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 4 30 pm - 9O0 pm.  For reservations call 886-3-928.  Visa Mastercard accepted  Bacftatfdy Pub ��� Enjoy the natural  beauty X lems Inlet while t��tmg  one of our many homestyle specialties ir. the pub; or the casual  surroundincs of our family restaurant Our ^.kooakum Burger" is a  chailence to the biggest appetite  Backed3v Pub - located 1/2 mile  north ot Eagmont on Maple Road  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Pub  open noon ��� dosing Kitchen  hours Soon ��� 8-00 pm  SacftH L��9��n H 40 * One of the best  bargains on the Coast everv Friday rught are the fabulous barhe-  qued steak dinners served from 6  to ? pm for only $6 75 Dinner  includes a b oz tor sirloin steak  served with vour choice of bafcad  potato iwith all the garnishes) or  deuaous potato salad Also induded is a green salad with choice of  dressings and garhc bread Lunch  is served Monday to Friday from  11 am to 2 pm Daily specials are  featured along with a regular  menu that includes chicken strip  burgers and sandwiches Thursday-  is Fish k Chips featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips  with cole slaw for only t-ft-S TaJie  out orders available Members and  guests welcome 55*1 Wharf Street.  Sechelt 885-9922  kvinaa landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers wd  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood m a relaxed setting with ocean view Avenge dinner for two, $30 We're rww open 5  days a week - Fri k Sat Noon -11  pm, kitchen Noon - 9 pm; Sun,  Mon & Thurs; Noon - 10 pm,  kitchci Noon - 9 pm. For the WINTER MONTHS ONLY, we are  closed Tues. k Wed Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard It Visa.  Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Blut Mtron Inn - Located on the  watertront, 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 vour  table To savor this superb dining  experience reservations are  required for dinner Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sundav.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885*384"  Chti Phillppt Ratfauranl at Bonniebrook Lodge. Chef Philippe is  busy cooking up your favorites  including Spinach salad with  warm Balsamic Vinaigrette and  Fresh Australian Rac�� of Limb  with " gram crust We have an  extensive wine list and friendly,  professional sen-ice. intimate dining in the Heritage Lodge dining  room with a superb view of the  Georgia Strait E-npy 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 Wednesday  &W* Houm - 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. Vita It Mastertari 40 scats  El Mno ��� Dine in the finest ocean  viei 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 coid appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  tlambe desserts are prepared at  your tableside Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Umch hours Thurs thru Mon 11 JO  - 2.30. Dinner hours: Wed thru Mon  4.30 - 9 30 CLOSED TUESDAYS  Visa and Mastercard Reservations  recommended 886*3091.  Lord ajfet'i Rmrt HoM ��� A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspma Strait set the theme for a  beautiful rught out Friendly, courteous staff, tine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and sort music add  up to make yours a night to  remember In addition, we ��re now  accepting reservations for Christmas Party bookings Restaurant  hours Fn 6pm - 9ptn Sat Sun  Sam - 2pm. 6pm - 9 pm. For groups  of 10 or more, we will accept a  reservation for any evening Visa.  Mastercard. American Express  Reservations recommended  ��5-7038  PlWiHl - On Tht mmWM ��� Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by It sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, .and dinner. Brunch an  Sundav 8-3 Dinner Reservations  Recommended. In the heart of  Sechelt at the Driftwood Inn. Trail  Avenue 885-5811  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ea*na I Qtnn'i DrtM In - Tate out. or  delivery. Pizza dinner;. ul*ds.  purge-., ductal desserts, drinks,  ice cream Free home delivery  within i miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101  Gibsons 386-7813  _S_  bv <ae��r*tf Cooper  Family and guests gathered  in the Gibsons Yachl Club's  lower deck on Saturday, Oct 3  to honour Ray and Vivian  Chamberlin on their SOth wedding anniversary  Rav and Vivian were married  Oct. 7, 1942 in St Mary's  Anglican in Kerrisdale They  lived on Vancouver Island for  22 years, first in Port Alberni  for a year, then at Sallair near  Chemainus  For the past 28 year*; Ray and  Vivian have resided on the Sunshine Coast and for most of lhal  lime at Hopkins Landing. Ray  was assistant to the secretary-  treasurer of School District  46 in their first five years here,  and then went into partnership  with Tom Gory of Sechelt lo set  up the Sunshine Coast Disposal  Services.  Ray retired two years ago  when the business was turned  over to his daughter Cathie and  son-in-law Bruce and their new  partner*;.  Vivian's paintings of Coasl  landscapes grace many a home  '���19  __W______m  m\  Vivian tnd Ray Chamberlin  cutlng their 50th Anniversary  cake.  here She is a long-time member  of Hunter Gallery and is at present its presidenl  Now the Chamberlins join  the southward migration of  snowbirds each winter season.  Vivian finds new scenes for her  brush to portray for lasting  mementos of places visited.  Their two daughters and two  sons were the organizers and  hosts to the happy gathering.  Daughter Cheri Painter lives in  Duncan. Cathi Wallis in Gibsons. Raymond Clifford, their  eldest lives in Nanaimo, a trucking owner-operator, and Dr.  Craig, who has just been  appointed professor and head of  the Kinesiology Department at  ihe University of Fraser Valley  College, and lives in Abbots-  ford.  Greetings and besl wishes  were received from both federal  and provincial officials and  leaders. And from all their  friends here on the Sunshine  Coast.  Langdale  The school collects grocery  receipts, both SuperValu and  IGA. which they turn in for gift  certificates, which Ihey in turn  exchange for items of refreshments which they then hand out  to kids at special school events.  Please save yours and send or  take them to the school.  The school recorded a fire  drill that saw all 169 pupils file  out quietly and alertly in less  than one and one half minutes.  Thai's efficiency!  br Beverley Shtplei  It's voting day re Ihe refertn-  dum - so get on out and do it at  Roberts Creek elementary  between 9 am and 8 pm. Parking is going to be a mess as  school is in session, so if you  can, carpool or walk or vole  after school hours. Also watch  for traffic guards and. of course,  the students  RCCA Meeting  This month's Roberts Creek  Community Association meeting is Wednesday. Oct. 28 at 8  pm sharp. On Ihe agenda are  guest speakers Ray Degraaf of  the department of highways and  From London* Ontario  to Londonf  England  ALLIED  Trie Careful Movers  Whetner your neut move takes you across the avorld or to a new  hometown in Canada, choose Allied. More thaw 1.100 Allied  representatives is one reason why Allied moves twice as many  families as any other mover.  Call today for a free no obligation estimate.  LEI WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, storeoe. local A long tfatance mea-tnt*.  HWY 101. 6IRS0NS       ^"c2rco1ScT, 888-MS4  PUMPKIN  ----------- -^L^m*  i^r^^^,-^ -^���������-a^a*aW/  W* m_^\_______________________________\\\\^__________W   m  '        ^m9  *^l \W^  PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST  ALL A6ES ARE  WELCOME TO BRJN&THElR CARVED PUMPrJSS TD  SUNNYCREST MALL��[* J�� ftK%J  KIDSIMEETTHeGREAT PUMPKIN!  ON SATURDAY OCT 31 FBQfA l|a��AM*'TIL 3 ���� PM  FINAL JUDG1KI& 3PM SAT FOUOWED BY PRJZE(jfV.NG  I0CT31  ������COME  TO THE 2  SWYdBTHm  an SCRD representative. They  will give an audio visual presentation, and maps of Roberts  Creek roads will be on display.  Regional director Brett  McGillivray will be giving a  progress report on the Official  Community Plan (OCP) meetings.  Creek winner  Sarah Norris, age 11, of  Roberts Creek who placed third  at the BC Country Music Association's Country Music Festival recently, won the YTV  Vocal Spotlight Great Canadian  Talent Search in Coquitlam last  week.  There were over 30 contestants with only six singers competing in the finals. Sarah sang  third and belted out her rendition of Tanya Tucker's 'Down  To My Last Teardrop'. She  placed first and won a Yamaha  keyboard music station and also  the opportunity to appear on  YTV in December. Sarah is  now a regional finalist and  could wind up singing in the  National Finals in Edmonton on  December 31. Way to go,  Sarah!  Hallowe'en Dance  The Stoaters, Celtic rockers,  ever-popular and in demand, are  coming back to perform at the  Roberts Creek hall, ihis Hallowe'en Salurday night. Come  in or out of costume - whatever  your fancy. Tickets are on sale  at Roberts Creek General Store.  House  haunted on  Hallowe'en  Want io visit a haunted  house? The Elphinstone Concert Band is in the process of  decorating and haunting a  house for the Hallowe'en festivities.  Come and see where the  witches and goblins live and  take an escorted tour to see a  real Hallowe'en celebration.  The house is located at 1147  Rosamund Road and will be  open for louring from 6 pm to 9  pm Fridav. Oct. 30 and Saturday, Oct 31.  There will be a fee of $1 per  person and a family rale of $4. Coast News  October 26,1992  community  Residents voice  concerns through  electors' association  The West Howe Sound Electors' Association has just finished its firsi year of operation.  From the beginning it proved the  need for such an organization,  members say.  Gradually larger meeting  accommodations were required  as the membership swelled to  120 and is still growing.  The association provides a  forum for the residents of the  West Howe Sound Districl (Gibsons lo Port Mellon) to air their  grievances.  In the past year Ihere have  been guesl speakers covering  such issues as natural gas service, the accord referendum,  water distribution and transportation.  Future agendas will include  speakers from the West Howe  Sound Pulp Mill, BC Ferries,  BC Highways Department and  from a new council which is  being formed on resources and  the environment.  A good mix in the membership, well-run meetings and a  relaxed atmosphere encourage  friendliness and the opportunity  for those in attendance to speak  their mind.  Meetings are usually held on  the second Wednesday of the  month, 7:30 pm al Langdale  School.  West Howe Sound Electors execulive: (rear row, left to right) Eric Cardinall, Daphne Avis, Shirley  Macey, (ilen Marden, (front) president Frank Nanson, vice president Bert Norman, secretary  Barbara Cook, first treasurer Jack White, second treasurer Bob Diether. Bert Norman photo  dawts bey news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Only 50 days lo Christmas. Every year we vow  we will be ready early, but are we ever?  I always have the best of intentions, but somehow, the days slip away and I'm scrambling at the  last minute. This year you can get Ihe jump on your  Christmas cards by buying the Save The Children  selection available now at Bobbies Shoes and the  Dream Shop in Sechelt and Sayward Books in Gibsons.  The cards are printed in BC on recycled paper,  painled exclusively by BC artists and packaged by  members of the sheltered workshop with all proceeds going to Save The Children Fund. This year  as an extra treat, there is a card with a Robert Bate-  man print. Do support this most worthy cause.  Hallowe'en  Saturday night is the eve when witches, goblins  and ghosts abound. Please leave our lights on for  them as they trick or treat and watch for them on  the dark roads. My boys loved Hallowe'en better  than Christmas.  Weeks were spent behind closed doors dreaming up their costumes for the big night. Those were  the years before we worried about razor blades in  apples and pins in chocolate bars.  Modern Hallowe'ens bring memories of fireworks and Jack-O-lanterns; but il is, in fact, an old,  old festival which was first held by the Romans in  honour of Pomona, the goddess of fruit trees. In  Britain, the Druids celebrated al the same ijme to  honour the sun god, and in thanksgiving for the  harvest.  When the people became Christians, the church  fathers let them keep the feast, but gave it a new  meaning by honouring all the saints and martyrs.  The festival then became known as All Hallow  E'en.  Many beliefs grew up regarding this feast, such  as the belief that on this one night of the year, the  spirits of the departed were allowed to visit their  old homes. In many parts of the old world, food  was prepared and nouses made tidy for Ihe welcome and entertainment of the spirit 'guests'.  Don't know about you, but I'm ready to'entertain!  Cast a vote  Today is the day we cast our vote - whether it  be Yes or No, it is our democratic right, our obligation to stand on guard for Canada. Polling stations  are open from 9 am to 8 pm. Please make this your  priority today.  Stay Fit Until 1993!  .,     Purchase a 4 month   _  membership for the price ofOI  ���   Memberships include: ^w  ��� unlimited participation in SliP workouts  ��� Low and high/low aerobics workouts  (V convenient class times scheduled per week)  ��� lise o/sla?p machines, bio-cycles fcV sauna  ��� Strength training facilities  Child care available for all AM. workouts  Call/or  Schedule  Information  743 North Road, Gibsons 886-4606  ROYAL BANK  API-OINTMENT  Royal Bank Is pleased to  announce tl w appointment of Matt  Lester as Manager, Gibsons  tench. Mr. .Lester has 16 yean of  banking experience at locations  throughout British Columbia and  most recently was Branch Maiugcr  at Fort St. James.  Mr. Lester is well qualified in ai  aspects of branch banking and  through a previous specialisation  In serving the Independent  Business market he Is looking  forward to providing strong  support to this segment of the  community. Our personal clients  will continue to form the  foundation of our business and Mr.  Lester's challenge Is to continue  providing quality customer service  through his Personal Banking  team.  The Royal Bank is the preferred  bank of independent business  owners, and caters to the personal  banking needs of the consumer  through an excellent range of  mortgage products, car loan  options and through the largest  network of automated banking  machines in North America.  I ROYAL BANK  golden lifelines  ^_t_t_i__^_i_t_M_m_^_t_^____t_______w_m_____m____m  by Joyce Ostry  The craft show held on Oct. 24 was a great success. Many people  were able to, either purchase or plan lo, for Christmas or birthday  gifts from all the beautiful displays. Kay Hermiston wishes to thank  everyone who helped in the physical arrangements for the day.  Hallowe'en  The Hallowe'en night festivities that were planned are now cancelled, ll seemed that being home on Hallowe'en is the best plan for  the ghosts and goblins. But there was a get-together in the form of a  pot luck on the evening of Oct. 24.  69ers concert  The 69ers .ire having a concert on Nov. 1 at 8 pm. Nikki Weber  will direct and Connie Wilson will accompany on the piano this popular group of songsters.  You can round out your Christmas shopping for those that are difficult to buy for, by attending the Fall and Christmas Bazaar on Nov.  7. That's a Saturday and the doors open at 11 am. Plan to have lunch  there, loo.  Consumer Information  Maybe most of you know about these next items, but maybe not.  There is now a new book on the market entitled, The Ethical Shopper's Guide to Canadian Supermarket Products (Broadview Press),  are pages of facts and figures in the grocery business in Canada.  CELEBRATE HALLOWE'EN AT GIBSONS LANDING  "The tfome of Needful Things & Much More"  *P Have a Frightfully**  fif Good Time  VEUPTO  WtiMymshapincostmmOct^^  1���i ....L��.j      . *JJr .    .        ���        ., ..    .       __ _____:  _, __   _ __.   .   :.<;.���.'    .     ...:,'. ... r .     ...       <___*  .   ".    ;-�����,.-'���-,-���-- .i.':.'jk!  Prize for best costume:  A gift certificate good at any of the partcipating merchants stores  Adult: $25   Child: $10  To qualify forjudging have your picture taken at Show Piece Gallery  Saturday, October 31 between 10 am - 5 pm. Judging at 5:30 pm at the Landing Clothing Co.  Participating Merchants  Coast Books  Dockside Pharmacy  Harbour Cafe  JB's Cosy Corner  Landing Clothing Co.  Landing General Store  Mary's Variety  Moll/s Lane Market  Show Piece Gallery  Trinkets & Treasures  Wishful Thinking  M Coast News, October 26, 1992  NEW?  On Ihe Coasl  Baby  Bride or bride lo be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifls to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  community  We Sell Newsprint  f      Roll Ends  Vanoua aim toe $3, $10and$15���ch  ��� In Gibaona at 537 Crufc* Lmnrn  In S*ch*t al 5��l Cowrtr St.  1  Hot Soup Made Fresh Daily  Yogurt Fruit Shakes  Fresh Made Sandwiches  Full Service Deli  Capilano I .allege hosted this tear's Communit*' Resource Fair, Saturday, presenting a a variety of  hooths and displays sel up by non-profit groups and associations. Keith Thirkcll photo  Trail Bay park support sought  VARIETY  Deli 6.  HtMltll  FOODS  The BIGGEST Ugh Sia.rr In i,llwa.ru Landing 886-2936  by Pat Chamberlin  The Trail Bay Projecl Committee is a recently  formed organization concerned with protecting the  quality of community life. Based in Sechelt, Ihe  group's first concern is thai of acquiring Lot I,  Block B; 2.79 acres of land adjoining Ihe Sechell  Boulevard, for Ihe purpose of maintaining the  green space needed lo counterbalance and serve Ihe  large areas of central Sechelt designated for high  density housing, and lo preserve the balance of  nature that currently exists in Trail Bay.  A survey of users of Trail Bay has shown a  strong desire for this land to be preserved. To create this land as a park is in accordance with  Sechelt's official community plan goal to "maintain and develop parks and recreation areas in  keeping with Sechelt's natural endowments and lo  protect views of mountains and waler."  The proposed waterfront park, cornered by Inlet  ���BiDBsHgH  PMflOEW BBTOQD!*2ZsW  Explore your tastebuds,  ask about our daily  lunch & dinner specials  SEAVIEW PLACE, HWY 101, GIBSONS  '���ife-'i  886-2993  Notice Board  Ongoing events must be updated month! *  We reserve lhe right lo edit submissions for brevity  Alt submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to the event.  WOrtO-V 01*.  ~~  -r  MONDAY, OCTOBER 26  Canadian Federation ol University Women  meeting at 11:30am at St. John's. Davis Bay.  Guest speaker: Sheane Reid on. Salmonid  Enhancement  Glbaons Pensioners Branch 138 Birthday Tea  at 2:00 pm at Harmony Hall. Info: 886-9000.  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28  Friends ol the Sechelt Public Library meeting  at 7:30pm at the library All welcome. Info: 885-  5076  Salmon Enhancement Society meeting. 7:30  pm at the Sechelt Indian Band Hall.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29  Arthritis Self-Help Manag. ment Program six  week class begins.in Gibsois. To register call  Sheila Carlson. 886-8124.  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30  Special Hallowe'en Coffee House Inner  Studios. 749 Leek Rd. Music and munchies.  Starts at 8:30. Come in cos'ume. Info ��� 886-9747  M.S. Sell Help Group Meeting  10am Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit. Inlet St.. Sechelt  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31  Gibsons Pensioners Branch *38 Hallowe'en  Osnce at Harmony Hall. 8:00 pm ��� 12:30  am.Tickets $6 each ��� call 886-9000. 886-8945.  886-3544 - includes buffet and bar. Costumes  optional.  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1  LA to RCL #109 Flea Market 10:00 am - noon  at Gibsons Legion Hall. $5/table. L. Sampson  886-7754  A Celebration ot Angels 8 Communion ol  Saints. 2nd annual exhibit of ICONS by Pauline  Lawson. 4 pm to 9 pm. St. Mary's Church Hall.  Gibsons. Refreshments. Music at 7 pm.  MONDAY. NOVEMBER 2  SC Spinners' and Weavers' Guild November  meeting. 1 pm. Kirkland Centre, Davis Bay For  info 885-5817 or 886-2131.  WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 4  Optimist Club 7:30 pm. Madeira Park  Community Hall.  THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5  Learning Disabilities Association Meeting 7:00  lo 9:00 pm at the library of Davis Bay Elementary  School. Speaker ��� educator Ron Breadner. Info  Deborah Mcllrath 885-2391  S.C. Maritime History Society Planning  Meeting 'What. Where. When & How". Come  and meet new executive 7:30 pm. 287 Gower  Point Rd. (behind Pebbles Realty) Info: 886-9058  or 885-9640.  Bake Salt by St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Woman Trail Bay Mall beginning 9:30 am  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8  Woodwind Workshop sponsored by Ihe SC  Music Society, with Ann Katheryn Coope,  clarinet, and Julie Rutter, flute, 1:30 - 4:30pm at  St. John's Church Hall, Wilson Creek. Fee: $25  for non-members. To register call 886-0995  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12  Tetrahedron Std Club general masting, 7:30pm  in Roberts Creek Elem.Community Use Room.  Guest speaker: Bob Stewart from Coast Mountain  Sports. Everyone welcome.  SATURDAY, .NOVEMBER 14  Autumn Luncheon and Bake Sale St. Mary's  Church. Gibsons 11 am - 2 pm  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28  Legion Hall Christmas Bazaar L.A. to R.C.L.  ��� 10911 am to 1 pm  MISCELLANEOUS  Breathe Free Stop Smoking 5-Day Plan. Oct.  22 and Oct. 26 - 30, 7:30pm at the SC Adventist  Centre, corner ot Hwy 101 and Browning Road,  Wilson Creek Registration: 885-9714.885-8810  Women/Futures Workshop. 'Creating Ihe  Vision.- Fn. Oct. 23, 7 ��� 9:30pm and Sal. Oct. 24.  8:30am - 5pm (lunch included), north campus of  Capilano College. Free childcare available or  expenses reimbursed. Fee by donation. Call 885-  5881 to register.  Wanted: Kids lo )oln the Swim Club st Pender  Harbour Aquatic Centre. Workouts Mon. and  Wed.. 5:30 - 7pm. For info: 883-2612.  Fitness Classes, all kinds, all levels, at Pender  Harbour Aquatic and Fitness Centra, Mon. - Fri.  For info: 883-2612.  Parent Tot Drop In at the following locations  from 9:30 - 11:30am: Gibsons United Church  Hall. Mon.. Wed.. Fri.; Sechelt St. Hilda's Hall,  Tues.: Wilson Crack Community Hal. Thurs. For  into call 885-5881.  Gibsons snd 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, cal 886-2130  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, Gbsons. Call  886-2423. 42  Sunshins Choristers practise at 7pm in St  Hilda's Church, Sechelt. If you enjoy singing,  please join us. For Info caH 885-4405. 42  s Sell-Hi  TUESDAYS  Arthritis Sell-Management Program, October  27 - Oec. 1, 10:00 am - 12 noon In Garibaldi  Health Unit, 5571 Inlet Ave., Sechell. For Into.:  885-2677.  Gibaona Table Tennis Club plays weekly  Tuesday, 7-tOpm. In Elphinstone Secondary  School cafeteria. Join as a member or play as a  guest. Beginners always welcome. Call Jim al  886-2775 42  Glbaons Pensioners branch #38. Bridge at  Harmony Had. 1:00pm. Info: 886-7685.        43  WEDNESDAYS  Sunahlne Toastmasters. 7:15 pm at Chatelech  Secondary. Visitors welcome. Join the fun and  leam communication skills.  Navy League Cadets lor male* * females 10 to  13 years ol age, 6:30pm In Gibsons Legion Hall.  Continuous registration year round. Uniforms provided. Call Marc, 886-7089.  Glbaons Panalonara branch ��38. Carpst  Bowling at Harmony Hall, 1:00 pm. Into: 886-  9271. 43  Story Hour 10 am bring fruit or muffin to share.  Wilson Creek Hal, 5123 Davis Bay Rd.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic al Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7 to  9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment necessary 885-7770. 42  3C's Weight Lose Support Group meets attar-  noons i?:30-2:30pm. call 806-2692, and  evenings 6:30-8:00pm, call 866-7159, at the  United Church, Glassford Rd., Glbaons. 42  Gibsons Panalonara branch t38 Bingo at  Harmony Hal, 7:00 pm. ExSOOQfi welcome. Into:  686-9906 43  FRIDAYS  Glbaons Pensioners Branch #38 activities at  Harmony Hal: Painting lor Seniors, 10:00 am;  Tai Chi at 2:30 pm; Card* at 7.00 pm. Info: 886-  2131. 43  SATURDAYS  Chapmen Creek Hatchery Toura, Weekly group  tours by appointment only. 4381 Parkway Rd. (off  Field Rd i Wason Creek. 885-4136 42  SUNDAYS  Welcome Back the Salmon' Ira* guided walks  in Porpoise Bay ftovincial Park at 2:00pm, until  Nov. 8. Meet at He tai head In the day use area,  rain or shine. Info.: 886-4642.  Avenue and Teredo Street, could be acquired without burden to taxes.  It does however, need the energy and involvement ot tha* community. The park could have a display centre tor local history, have a natural  amphitheatre along the berm for outdoor events, a  pond, a gazebo, walking trails throughout the trees,  a botanical garden of indigenous coastal plants and  nearly two acres of grassy picnic and playgrounds.  Pledges of T.oney toward purchase of the land  are being received and held in trust at the Sunshine  Coast Credit Union.  Deposits can be made directly into the Trail Bay  Projecl account at any branch. Anyone willing to  support this project, gel involved or gain more  information may phone 885-2339 or 885-7773  (eves.).  Memberships provide the necessary support for  a project when applying for funding.  Hallowe'en  drive to  'save the  children'  This year marks the 40th  Annual Hallowe'en Drive for  Save The Children Fund of  British Columbia.  " School children of British  Columbia give their fun night  of trick-or-treating to help other  children in need by carrying a  coin container for donations.  Coin boxes are available for  Hallowe'en home parties and  office collections. This year the  money collected at Hallowe'en  will be used to help children in  Mozambique, Zimbabwe,  Angola and Uganda.  Due to severe drought and  war these countries are in great  need. Information packages and  videos have been sent to  schools across the province,  giving the students an insight  into the importance of clean  water in rural communities of  developing countries. Funds  raised at Hallowe'en are helping to make clean water projects possible. Help children to  continue helping needy children  by having your coins ready on  Hallowe'en Nighl.  af  The Sunshine  Coast News  by Deanna l.ueder, 885-734)5  Well, today's the day. Predictions are for an enormous  turnout at Ihe polls for Ihe referendum. This evening we'll  know Ihe results. Let us hope  that, whatever the outcome, a  healing process begins rather  than endless post-mortems.  Post-mortem, after all, means  after death. Most of us are  exhausted from the past months  of consliluional debate and  ready for a respite, however  brief il may be. Now it's time  for hockey, eh?  Marriage  While I usually do not focus  on private events in this column, such as weddings or  births, one recent wedding  deserves special notice. Long  time and well known Selma  Park residents, Jack Greenwood  and Sharleen Bellis, were married Oct. 10.  Congratulations and best  wishes lo the happy couple.  Sechell library  On Wednesday (Ocl. 28) the  Friends of the Sechelt Public  Library wlil be meeting at 7:30  pm at Ihe library. Everyone is  welcome. For information call  885-5076.  Porpoise Bay walks  There's noi much lime left to  attend the free guided walks to  'welcome back the salmon' at  Ihe Porpoise Bay Provincial  Park. These walks are held on  Sundays only until Nov. 8.  Meet at the (railhead in Ihe day  area at 2 pm, rain or shine. For  information call 886-4642.  These really are fun and it's  exciting lo see Ihe salmon struggle up the creek to spawn but  don't bring your pets as their  presence disturbs the salmon.  Elves Club  The Elves Club is hard at  work getting ready for Christmas. Last year they delivered  463 Christmas hampers of food  and gifts to families from  Egmont to Port Mellon. This  requires a great deal of organization and generosity. Get  involved, the joy really is in the  giving. Call 886-2627 if you  can help. They are planning a  Telethon for Dec. 5 to raise  funds needed to fill the hampers. Donation depots will also  be set up along the Coast so  watch for them.  Bazaars and stuff  Sunday, Nov. I, the annual  bazaar and bake sale of the  Ladies Auxiliary to Ihe Royal  Canadian Legion takes place al  the legion hall in Sechelt. It  runs from 11 am until 2 pm and  features crafts, baked goods, a  white elephant table and prizes.  Come early, this is always a  busy and successful event.  On the evening of Nov. I,  Nikki Weber will be featured at  'Everybody's Favourite Variety  Show' at 8 pm at the seniors old  hall on Mermaid Street in  Sechelt. Proceeds raised will go  toward furnishing Iheir new  hall. Tickets are available at  Books and Stuff and Talewind  Books. Tickets are by donation  only.  On Thursday, Nov. 5 at St.  Hilda's Anglican Church ladies  will be holding their annual Fall  Bake Sale al the Trail Bay Mall.  The sale begins at 9:30 am and  runs until the baking is sold out.  ON YOUR FALL PERM  BETWEEN  OCT. 27th & NOV 7 th  a*2^&<v  rvmfi  ��� ^RETURNS TO SECHELT  _fs_   ONWED.on%i4h!  i\  i  DafflrJ^WENDY,  BRENDA  SUPERSHAPE  UNMIX HAIR m  TANNiNi curnta  lllllll Coast News, October 26, 1992  community  Simone Morris takes the last calls Ocl. 19 from people wanting lo gd on the voters list for lhe constitutional referendum. The Sechelt based office compiled Ihe work of 43 enumerators and Iwo supervisors for advance poUing Thursday and Friday. This voters IM b also lhe base list which will be  used should a federal election be called by this spring. Joel Johnstone pholo  lurt)OmTwetch  by Jacalyn Vincent  The sports card club is in full  swing now! If you are interested  in joining the club, they meet  every first Sunday of each  monlh from 7 pm to 9 pm at the  Feen's house on Warnock Road  in Pender Harbour. For more  information contact Gerri at  883-2461. Bring your doubles  for trading.  Flu Shots  On Oct. 30, lhe clinic will be  giving free flu shots to those  over the age of 65. The board  room will be open from 10 am  to 12:30 pm.  The shots will also be free  for adulls and children with  heart problems, diabetes, cancer, amino deficiency, renal disease and care providers who  have extensive contact with the  above people. If you would like  further details call Ihe clinic at  883-2764.  Swap Meet  Here's your chance to get  some great ideas for Christmas  and some super bargains at the  Swap Meet Nov. 7 at the community hall in Madeira Park.  For any table rentals please contact Rugh Kobus at 883-9603.  Fireworks  This year's fireworks will  begin at 7:30 pm at the elementary school. Of course, it will be  weather permitting.  Specialist at the Clink  It's great to hear that we  finally are getting more specialists in our area. Dr. Stewart, an  ear, nose and throat specialist  and Dr. Bendal, a dermatologist, are both at the clinic once a  month.  You must have a referral  from your doctor first then you  may call the clinic to ensure  your appointment date.Until  next week - be good to yourself.  Pender oldtimer mourned  by Jane Seyd  He was an old time beachcomber, whose salvage tugs seen about  the Coast in his lifetime included the Styx and the Vulture.  Friends said he was what life on the Coast was formerly all about.  And Oct. 17, over 150 of them packed into the Madeira Park community hall to share their memories of Sam Lamont with his family  and longtime companion Anne Clemence over a potluck lunch and  say goodbye lo one of the "originals" of Pender Harbour.  "Our first acquaintance with Sam was abrupt and loud," said one  friend from Tacoma. But the gruff exterior masked a warmth which  quickly became apparent.  "It's possible I infuriated him more than anyone else in the world,"  said Jay Hamburger, who recalled how Lamont help rescue a boat he  forgot to bail out for two months during winter storms. "...I miss  him."  mmltmomluwenlngs  hy Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  A recent newsletter received,  courtesy of Joop Burgerjon of  the Sargeant Bay :Society, is  filled with the wonders of what  nature can do to make dramatic  recoveries. It has been aboul one  year since the Wetland Rehabilitation Project was completed  with spectacular results.  Coho and chum salmon have  spawned in Colvin Creek and  the fry emerged successfully in  March. The big question now is  - will this happen again this  year, since coho have a three-  year cycle and did not spawn in  the creek before the project was  undertaken.  In Loving Memory  A memorial service was held  Saturday for Vi Woodman who  died in North Vancouver. Vi  lived for many years on  Redrooffs Road where she was  very active in the community,  especially with the Welcome  Beach Community Association.  Many of us will remember her  as a pretty, petite lady with  blonde hair and bright blue eyes,  a lady who loved to dance.  Fireworks  True to tradition, the Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire  Department will be presenting  its annual Hallowe'en fireworks  display at Coopers Green . Kids  and parents will turn out in force  for this popular evening. There  will be prizes for the best costumes as well as goodies for Ihe  children. There will be hamburgers on sale for the adults.  Variety Show  Tickets are available at both  Sechelt book stores for Nikki  Weber's show scheduled for  Sunday, Nov. I. All the talent in  this show comes from here in  our midst and we can boast so  many fine performers who do it  for the love of it, while at the  same time provide so much  pleasure to their audiences.  Our friend Mary Shannon  was thrilled this week to receive  a letter from Peter Gzowski  expressing his regret at not having been able to meet with her  while he was in Sechelt for the  Writers' Festival. As he said  "Maybe next time".  /���7  jCMISEi  WnWWSmm.   mW ���  5517 Wharf St. Sechelt  Paetnhs 93  DESIGNED EXCLUSIVELY FOR SINGLES -  SINGUS SHARE PROGIIAMME AVAILABLE.  Let us arrange (or you to be carried away to the  ROMANCE &  MYSTIQUE of the CARIBBEAN in LUXURY  and DANCE, DANCE, DANCE your vocation away!  Call Us Today at 885-8964 orToUfwe ,979-8584  A  t  HALFMOON BAY  VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT.  1/  S3Kf��-"���*���,,l���  Cooper's Green _  at 6:30 r  Hallowe'en i  Ntaht *  October 31 j  **��V\  ��t-.*��(\4>  W..  ^  by Lynn Mees  The harvest ladies tea, which took place on Salurday was moderately attended. What I mean is that there were just a few of us there,  but we had a good time anyways. Eleven of us ate goodies to our  hearts' content. The teas are always worth checking out so take note  gentlemen.  As you know one of our locals, John Dafoe, is running for SCRD  Director. I am so pleased that one of our locals is willing lo commit  his time and energy to this position. I feel that John would do an  excellenl job.  Jungle life  It really does feel like we're living in a jungle these days, but out  here it almost feels like Ihe real kinda jungle. Birds singing happily  in Ihe forest, torrential rains, mild southern winds. Yes, indeed the  jungle of paradise. Egmont.  Craft workshops  We've been talking, a few of us, how it would be great to have a  couple of craft workshops happening over the winter, around January  some time. A good time of year to have a break during the cold, rainy  season.  You know those vehicles that are parked on the east side of the  hall, those old junkers - Pontiacs, Volvos and Volkswagens. Maybe  the owners of these cars could find a new parking spot for the next  couple of years.  I hope that everyone understands what's going on with the constitution and whether to vote Yes or No. I certainly don't.  PRICES ARE  FALLING  FALLING  CELEBRATION  Hunter Douglas Window Fashions  At A Very Special Price  What could be better than dressing your window  with all the style and elegance ol Hunter Douglas  Window Fashions... al a real savings.  Act nowl Hunter Douglas has wonderful  ihings in store for your windows.  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"I'm a really, really bossy little girl," said Fraser of her part  in the film, which also stars  acclaimed child actor Adam  Hann-Byrd (Little Man Tale),  Leslie Nielson and Olympia  Dukkakis.  "It's mostly aboul children,"  she said, who together have all  kinds of adventures. It ends,  however, with the death of Fras-  er's stage-brother, played by  Josh Jackson (Mighty Ducks).  But Fraser is reassuring  about the ending."My brother  dies so it's a little bit sad," she  said, quickly adding "but everything is good in lhe end. Everyone is starting new."  Fraser, a self-confessed  attention-getter, said lhal she  has always enjoyed being on  stage, but her "discovery" was  unexpected and seemed taken  right from the pages of a Hollywood scrip! itself.  While on a trip to the crowded Granville Island one year  ago, ihe antics of the energetic  redhead won Ihe attention of a  Vancouver talent agent. He  approached her family and gave  Ihem his card. A week later she  was working.  Since that point, the young  actress has been featured on the  Vancouver-based television  series Street Justice and a Yel-  Danlelle Fraser  low Pages commercial where  her red hair came in handy as  she dressed up as "Annie" along  with eight other girls. Digger is  her first time working on location and Fraser said the experi  ence is exciting. Her mother,  Roxanne Soles, accompanies  her daughter in the official  capacity of manager. Soles said  that it is her job lo see lhat her  daughter is properly fed, is not  worked beyond the eight hour  maximum, and receives proper  education from her private tutor.  The movie is due lo wrap-up  by mid-November and Fraser  said lhat she is anxious to return  home and live lhe life of a regular fourth-grader.  "They think it's really neat,"  said Fraser of her friends, "bul  they like il when I'm here."  In Frascr's professional opinion, it's a lot of fun being in the  movies but it does take some  hard work. Her advice lo other  young hopefuls is simple:  "Always be cheerful. Don't  slouch and when you're Mom  tells you lo read your script, you  read your script."  Faustwork Mask Theatre presents The Mask Man, Friday Oct. 30 at the Raven's Cry.  Gary Gundcrson pholo  Mask extravaganza coming up at Raven's Cry  Hallowe'en means masks and magic and  on October .10 the Sunshine Coast Arts  Council invites everyone lo join in a mask  celebration at the Raven's Cry Theatre in  Sechelt. Whether you like to sit back and  wAch ot*ft6R*i()*gel in on the act, there is".  something here for you ��� and that means  everyone, not just the young folk!  The evening begins with a parade of  masks at 7 pm. A panel of three expert  judges (Kerry Mahlman, Chatelech drama  teacher; Ken Didrich, manager of the  Raven's Cry; Gerardo Avila, mask maker  and mime artist) will survey the creations  made by audience members and will award  prizes to both adults and children ��� so get  '���onttile,{taper .nnd glue, the wool and the  sequins and let your imagination run wild!  At 7:45 pm everyone will settle down lo a  spellbinding performance of The Mask Man  by Fauslwork Mask Theatre. This production  is not easily characterized as theatre, mime  or dance, but springs from all these art  forms,     a *  Often described as physical theatre, this  show is put stand-up comedy and part primal magic, all focused on tin* oldest theatre  device and symbol in*xistemeLthe,m"|Sk. A  multi-level performance. I Ik' Mask Min has  appeal for a wide range from six year olds to  seniors.  Tickets are available at the Raven's Cry  box officejjCall 885t4673 Io reserve.  Honky Tonk Men to play double benefit  It's country music Roberts  Creek style.  Former Roberts Creek resident, guitarist Lome Jones is  coming to town to play a two-  night benefit in aid of the Elves  Club and Roberts Creek Community Hall  "He wanted to promote Ihe  Save the Hall fund," said Jones'  sister. Cyndie Jones took it from  there, organizing and expanding  the event in support of both  causes.  Lome Jones is pan of the  group, the Honky Tonk Men,  which plays with feature performer Canadian country music  star Jess Lee.  Lee is known to country  music fans across North America for his album 'Honky Tonk  Love Affair," which featured  hits such as "I Don't Love You  Very Much" and "Puerto Vallarta".  Jones and Lee met through  Ihe music industry several years  ago and have played together  off and on ever since, said his  sister.  She's seen the group, which  also features Kevin Nickel,  Nolan Murray and Brian  Lowsly, a number of times and  gives personal testament to how  good Iheir music is.  "They make it fun," she said,  with their own blend of rock  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares at home with us.  Pet / Animal Care  Mail Clearing and Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yard Mainlenance  Rerabr Home Check or liie-in Service  C.\LL SIMON 885-2228  and country.  Another Roberts Creek local,  up and coming country singer  11-year-old Sarah Norris, is  scheduled make a guest appearance during the band's first set.  The dances will be held Friday, Nov. 6 at Ihe Gibsons  Legion and Nov. 7 at Roberts  Creek Hall.  Tickets can be purchased  from Sayward Books in Sunny-  Crest Mall, Gibsons and  Roberts Creek General Store.  Dance guests are also urged to  bring non-perishable food items  and children's toys to distribute  to needy Coastal families, care  of the Elves Club.  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They are invited  lo come in masks or wilh painted faces at 7 pm for judging from  7-7:30 pm. Cost: $8 00 for students.  location Raven's Cry Theatre, Sechell  Public Forum:  Growing Enrollment And The Need For More School  Buildings. All members of the public are invited lo attend a  public forum al Elphinstone Secondary on Thurs. Nov. 12 al  7:00 pm The subject will be long-range planning for new  school facilities There will be the need for more schools in lhe  near future. Should one of them be a middle school? A new  senior high? Come and express your thoughts on this subject to  the school district consultants.  leisure  What  two  words  .best  descri.be  natural  gas  By using energy efficient  natural gas you are being  Power Smart. That means  you use energy wisely.  We are proud that Centra Gas is  the first gas utility to become a  member of Power Smart Inc., the  international group of utilities  dedicated to energy efficiency.  Using natural gas reduces our  dependency on electricity. That's  one reason why it's Power Smart.  Being Power Smart goes beyond  turning down the heat and  switching to efficient lighting.  For Vancouver Island, the  Sunshine Coast, Whistler and Fort  St. John natural gas is the best  energy alternative available today.  Natural Gas is  an abundant  British  Columbia  resource. It's  safe, clean,  reliable, cost  efficient and  environmentally  friendly.  Natural gas is  Power Smart  and always  has been.  Centra Gas  Stouters strut buck for Hullowe'en  Halloween al Roberts Creek  Hall is always a good time, and  this year the Hall is going to  rock just a little moie than normal: The Sloaten aie back...  Watersyde Folke is thrilled  to have The Stoatere back once  again to help raise money for  ihe Sechelt Pipe Band (1992  Legion Pipe Band winners) in a  Celtic Rock costume bash Oct.  31 at 8 pm. While costumes are  optional, the main theme of the  dance calls for mediaeval and  Celtic costumes, with prizes of  course.  Tickets are on sale at Sayward Books, Talewind Books  and Roberts Creek Store, and  they are going fast. The Stoaters  sold out when they played the  Hall last April, so get tickets  right away for the hottest band  to come out of Vancouver in a  long time.  on the arte beat  The Stoaters bell one out at their sold out Creek show In April.  Charles Hart photo  Monika Trout's Virgin Machine is a light-hearted expansion of  her explorations of female desire, entering territory of bliss that  could almost be called happy-go-lucky.  The central character, played with a gorgeous, screen-lightening  smile by Ina Blum, is a journalist working on gynecological issues,  absorbed in the mysteries of biology, femininity, and pregnancy.  She is involved with a number of men all fairly unattractive  except for her brother, but her relationships and her career aire going  nowhere, despite the masquerade of her fur-trimmed retro-cocktail  dresses and black picture hats.  Eventually she takes off for San Francisco where she is introduced to the delights of the city's lesbian community.  The narrative is episodic and gestural, along the way there is  room for the odd bit of didactics (from Trout's particular political  point of view, of course), lots of music, smiles and yes, the laugh of  the Medusa.  For an uplifting experience join the regular group of film-goers at  the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre, Trail and Medusa Streets, in  Sechelt, Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 8 pm.  Hopkins exhibits  Form and Harmony is the theme of the arts centre exhibition by  painter and sculptor Don Hopkins.  The subjects are mostly landscapes and florals with a number of  figures included. Throughout all of these works there is a definite  sense of enveloping space and light, whether they are representational like 'Jonquils in a Blue Jug', or abstract like the 'Jamaica' series.  The sculptural work also includes abstracted landscape subjects  (marine forms: compositions number one and two) and representational figures.  Hopkins gives conscious and careful consideration of the relationship of pictoral and sculptural form to the essential qualities of the  subject achieving a serene presence with a light and sensitive touch.  The show can be seen 11 am to 4 pm Wednesday to Saturday and  1 to 4 pm Sunday for the next two weeks.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Services setvlng Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  686-7064 (collect)  Riproaring poems of  the old-time woods  by Peter Trower  1 think I was about 12 years  old when I first stumbled across  the logging poetry of Robert E.  Swanson. The book was  Rhymes of a Lumberjack and I  bought it at the newsstand on  the S.S.Capilano, one of my  chief sources of reading material in those isolated Port Mellon  years.  I'd never heard of logger  poetry before and I was immediately hooked by the wild and  wooly verse and the excellent  Bert Bushell illustrations. Over  the years I managed to track  down all Swanson's books,  including the very rare Rhymes  of a Western Rambler with an  introduction by Robert W. Service. The bard of the Klondike  reportedly advised the fledgling  poet to do for the loggers what  he, Service, had done for the  gold miners.  Swanson took the older writer's advice and was remarkably  successful. In the '40s and '50s,  his watershed books of logging  poetry sold thousands of copies.  I never imagined for a  minute when I discovered  Swanson's poems, that I would,  someday, become a part of that  hardnosed world myself and  write my own poems and stories of the logging camps. Of  course, that is exactly what happened. My first book of logging  poetry was partially dedicated  to Bob Swanson since his work  certainly influenced mine in a  number of ways.  There is little doubt that the  Union Steamship Company had  a lot to do with the wide distribution and immense popularity  of Swanson's woods poems.  For many yean, the slim books  were prominently displayed on  all the company's upcoast vessels and countless copies were  sold to loggers and other curious travellers. You could  scarcely hit a camp in the '50s  and not find a well-thumbed  copy of Bunk-house Ballads or  Rhymes of a Western Logger  kicking around.  Men who seldom cracked  any sort of book under normal  circumstances would lap up  Swanson's stuff with great relish, often committing entire  poems to memory. Hell, the guy  was writing about them I  When the Union Steamship  Company phased out its fleet,  Bob Swanson's books of poetry  seemed to disappear too. Before  long, they had become collector's items you might occasionally run across in a second-hand  bookstore.  A few months ago this sorry  situation was finally rectified.  Howie White at Harbour Publishing has reissued all Swanson's logging poetry under a  single title, Rhymes of a Western Logger. It includes the three  definitive collections plus selections from a fourth book,  Rhymes of a Haywire Hooker,  partially written by Swanson.  It is particularly satisfying to  see these poems back In prthi  again. They are all there: The  Death of Rough House Pete;  The Logger's Ten Commandments; The Rhyme of the Big  Swede Logger; The Answer to  a Cat Skinner's Prayer; The  Camps of the Holy Ghost; boisterous bawdy ballads (hat hold  up as well today as when I first  read them. No intellectual pretensions here. These brawling  verses about the brush apes of  yesteryear were written primarily to entertain, not to impress  professors.  Oddly enough, in many  years of writing logging material and knocking about the  Coast, I have never actually met  Robert E. Swanson. This sad  state of affairs will be remedied  in January 1993. Howie White,  Bob Swanson, Bill Morris  (another logging writer) and I  have been invited to participate  in a logging extravaganza at the  Tidemark Theatre in Campbell  River, courtesy of director Mike  Utgard. The event is shaping up  as a sort of woodsy play-for-  voices. It'll be great lo meet my  87-year-old mentor at long last.  The Centra Gas Power Smart logo identifies higher efficiency  natural gas products as well as energy efficient natural gas.  PUMPKIN EXTRAVAONZA!  Kids Stilt carving! The most creative pumpkins will win in Sunshine Coast Credit Union's Pumpkin Carving Contest.  Up to age 7? Age 8 to 11?  You could win a $20 Credit Union deposit 1 st You could win a $25 Credit Union deposit 1 st  prize, a Fat Cat packsack 2nd prize or one of prize, a $15 gift certificate 2nd prize or one of  many Halloween surprises. many Halloween surprises.  Bring your carved pumpkin in to your branch anytime between noon Thursday  October 29th and 5:00 pm Friday October 30th. Contest judging will be held  Saturday, October 31st. Come dressed for Halloween trick-or-treats, and find out  if you're a lucky winner.  At the Gibsons branch watch out for the Great Pumpkin!  Frank Girard's 506 Ib. giant was grown right here on the Coast  at Gibsons and won 2nd prize at VanOusen's Annual Pumpkin  Contest in Vancouver. In the Sechelt branch you'll meet  another heavy weight- a 280 pounder.  And we've even squeezed a special pumpkin  into the Pender Harbour branch.  Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  Ptifcf Niriw Branch  _l___tm_ Bajtff  TU. 80*9531  TmfeSrmra  TH.WS-J2S5  Untmam  TK.MH121  . ��� sports  Karate clubs flourishing on Coast  by Roxanne Gregory  Some time during the 16th  century, Buddhist monks in  China developed a method for  defending themselves from personal attack by highway bandits. Prohibited from using  weapons, the monks evolved a  self-defence system which  relied on the use of their own  hands and feet. Through Korean, Okinawan and Japanese cultures, this 'empty-hand' method  of self-defence made its way to  North America in the '50s.  Today martial arts are widely  practiced in Canada, and  Japanese karate clubs are flourishing on the Sunshine Coast  Gordon Stromkins is Sensei  for the Sechelt and Gibsons  Shotokan clubs. Stromkins, who  taught for six years in Fort St.  John before coming to the Sunshine Coasl two years ago, is  pleased with the community  response to his classes. "When I  first came here, I felt really  lucky. The other clubs on the  Coast were all affiliated with the  National Karate Association;  there were no non-aligned clubs,  and no one was teaching in  Sechelt. The response of the  community has been great and  membership has continued to  grow."  Stromkins surveys the 60  kids who are working out in  dojo (training hall). Many of  Ihis year's beginners are in  street clothes. There is a group  of white belt (with one stripe)  students clad in the traditional  Gi, who are quietly practising  their Katas or formalized fighting and defence forms in one  corner of the gym. Another  group of colour belts practices a  more advanced set of katas, the  shush of their feet moving  across the gym floor is punctuated with their concentrated  screams of "kiya".  "A typical class starts with a  warm up of about 10 to 15 minutes. We practise basic techniques and combination tech-  nainor hockey  Karate is attracting interest from all age groups as a growing  sport on the Coast. Above, young enthusiasts go through their  moves in Gibsons.  niques. Kata practise is a regular  part of the routine as is preparation for belt grading. We do step  sparring and free sparring.  Sometimes we have a self-  defence night. Some of the kids  come in with a 'karate kid' set  of expectations. They lose that  pretty quickly. For some kids,  karate can be a real self-esteem  builder, for others it's another  sport. It's the "I took soccer last  Roxanne Gregory pholo  year, so this year I'm taking  karate," routine.  Stromkins' classes are registered through Continuing Education. His children's classes are  every Monday and Wednesday  evenings in the Sechelt elementary gym and Tuesday and  Thursday evenings in the Gibsons elementary gym.  "The Gibsons class has about  35 students. We have about 20  adults in the Sechelt adull class.  It's really a family affair as  most of the adult students have  children in the kids classes. The  average age of our adults is  about 36. Last spring some of  the kids went into a provincial  competition and we came back  with first, second and third  medals. We've held inter-club  competitions. The adults  weren't interested in competing  so that isn't a part of iheir program."  Gibsons Shito-Ryu Karate  Club has been a part of the  coastal martial arts scene for 13  years. The Shito-Ryu style of  karate was brought to Canada  from Japan by Sensei Akira  Sato in 1972. Since then Ihe  style has mushroomed to 51  clubs across lhe country including two on the Sunshine Coasl.  The Gibsons club meets every  Tuesday and Thursday from  6:30 pm to 7:30 pm for kids.  Adulls meet from 7:30 pm to 9  pm also on Tuesday and Thursday and Sundays from 10:30 am  to 12 noon at St. Aidan's hall in  Roberts Creek. Long time Gibsons resident James McCarthy  is Sensei.  In Wilson Creek Arone  Chilton holds family classes  every Monday and Wednesday  night in the Wilson Creek community hall. Family classes are  mixed age classes and for some  parents it's the ideal.  Chilton has been with the  club since 1980 and has been  teaching at Wilson Creek for  four years. "We warm up and do  basic techniques practice. We  practice for belt gradings which  happen every three or four  months. Sensei Sato comes up  from Vancouver for Ihe gradings."  Students are tested on their  knowledge of Japanese terminology, their proficiency in  basic Kata's and Kumite. Some  of the club members compete in  the BC Games. Our next belt  grading is December 21."  by Don MacLeod  The Sunshine Coast Minor  Hockey Association is now into  the regular season with 260  players registered. We now have  19 teams in the association. The  Tyke Division is up and running  wiih Claude Charlton and staff  busy keeping the future stars on  the move.  The Novice Division is get-  ling ready for a busy season  with veteran coach Russ  MacLeod watching the progress  of the division. The Atoms have  four teams - the Flyers, Wings,  Oilers and Jets - and are already  preparing for trips to Seattle,  Cloverdale and North Vancouver. The Pee Wee 'C Canucks  led by coach Lance Lacey in  their first game of the season  beat Squamish 3 to 1.  The Pee Wee 'C Flames  were stood up at home when the  North Shore Winter Club failed  to show for Ihe home opener;  the Flames coach this year is  Don Tamlin. The Bantam 'C  team coached by Rod Clarke,  hit the ice for their first game at  home Sunday, Oct. 25 against  Killarney.  The Midget 'C team  coached by John Howden started their season Saturday, Oct.  24 at home. This is a brand new  team and will add to the exciting '92/'93 season.  The Pee Wee 'A' Blues started the new season against a  team from Port Coquitlam only  to go down to defeat 6 to I. On  Sunday, Oct. 18 the Blues went  down 6 to 4 on the road at Killarney.  The Bantam 'A' Blues,  coached by Mike Duncan and  Kel Hansen, had one game at  home and were beaten 6 to 3 by  a visiting North Shore Winter  Club team. The Midget 'A'  Blues coached by John Sperring  had a difficult opening weekend  dropping two games; the first on  Saturday at home in an 11 to 1  loss to Poco and then on the  road losing 6 to 3 to Seafair.  The tiering round schedule is  as follows: Pee Wee 'A' - Saturday, Oct. 31 Hastings (H); Sunday, Nov. I Ridge Meadows  (A), Saturday, Nov. 8 Port  Moody (H); and Thursday, Nov.  5 West Vancouver (A).  Bantam 'A' Saturday, Oct.  31 Port Moody (H); Sunday,  Nov. 1 TBA; Saturday, Nov. 7  Hollyburn (h); Sunday TBA;  Saturday, Nov. 14 Arbutus  Club; and Sunday, Nov. 15 New  Westminster (A).  Midget 'A' Saturday, Oct. 31  Abbotsford (h); Sunday, Nov. 1  Aldergrove (A) and Saturday,  Nov. 8 Seafair (h).  This will bring to an end the  tiering round. Next week the 'C  team schedules will be published.  The association is busy planning for the Midget 'AA'  provincial championships which  we are hosting.  with any $20.00  Purchase  or 6<tlb  Fabulous weekly Pec Food Specials  DOG&CATFOOD  Dry and Canned  ��� Science Diet  ��� IAMS  < Techni- al  ��� Nutro Max  ' Purina  ��� Wayne ��� Many More'  SMALL ANIMAL SUPPLIES  Rabbit & Hamster Food  ��� Pet Accessories  Domestic Bird Seeds  ��� Wild Bird Seed  ��� Shavings  ���Kitty Litter  WU jraWLL HUI  1 I ___,    -to  hit  tore*7 \\W^  Bucket-field's  DEALER  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  mVL-fm   Pralt Rd " Gibsons 886-7527  f.lO^     Mon. - Sat. 9 - 5:30    Sun. 10-4  investors  Group  PKOfTT FKOft OUR EXPERIENCE  WE CAN HELP  We're ktvestors' professtonal fhanclal  planners. H's our )ob to help vou create  and follow a personal financial plan.  We can help with-  ��� Investment Finds  ��� Guaranteed Investment Certificates  ��� Registered Retirement Savings Plans  ��� Registered Retarement hcome Funds  ��� Estate Planning  ��� Life and Disability Insurance  ��� Annuities  DEBORAH MEALIA  885-4833  J.H. (JIM) BUDD Jr.  8854011  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-free,  positive envltonment, children become excited about learning.  You can see It on their faces ��� and on their report cards.  Study SUM  ��� Time Management  ��� Time Power/Goal Setting  ��� Listening ��� Note taking ��� Outlining  ��� Reading ��� Study strategies  ��� Test taking strategies  j Reading  ��� Word An cHy* skills  ��� Oral reading * Fluency  ��� Vocabulary ��� Comprehension  Academic .leading  ��� Higher level/critical thinking Ml*  . Analysls/Synthesis/Evaluatlon  f_ Sylvan  HiUmt beta btlhtir but   WAHday Program  ��� Grammar/Mechanics  ��� Paragraph, Eaay & Report Writing  ���Outlnlng  ��� Editing Skill  Moth/Aloeora  ��� Computation Skid  ��� Understanding of concepts��their  application  ��� Experience with theoretical math  NORTH SHORE  985-6811  'Have, you don* your homework?'  shouldn't be an essay question.  Coast News, October 26, 1992 13  We're more than just tires!  ��� ���Track Tins- fatal!  tackatmui ��� Ej-JuMtRipf  totes* Stacks* Tim���*���  ******* ������rlnnlril    *������*->< ^  Coastal Tires  8M-27M  TOWN  OF GIBSONS  PUBLIC NOTICE  SMOKE ALARM REGULATIONS  The Town of Gibsons recently enacted a bylaw to require  and regulate smoke alarms in existing buildings. This  bylaw #656 was adopted on August 4, 1992 and will  come into effect on January 1, 1993. The intent is to  reduce the loss of life and personal injuries due to fire in a  cost effective manner. Building owner(s) must provide the  smoke alarms and repair or replace non-working units as  time goes on, and occupants of these buildings, whether  they own it or not, are responsible for checking that the  alarms work properly. Furthermore, each dwelling unit or  residence within a building, including commercial  buildings, must be supplied with its own smoke alarm to  enhance the safety of its separate occupants. Also  included in the bylaw is the right of the Fire Chief, Deputy  Fire Chief, Fire Prevention Officer and Building Inspector,  to enter on any property subject to this bylaw, at any  reasonable time, to ascertain that the bylaw is being  observed  The bylaw contains a provision to levy penalties of from  $50 to $500 per day to help enforce the bylaw.  Anyone with questions or concerns regarding this new  bylaw are asked to contact the: Building Inspector, Ralph  Jones at 886-2274, Gibsons Fire Chief, Wally Dempster  at 886-7777, or Fire Prevention Officer, Dale Boghean at  885-2261. Copies of the bylaw are available for review at  the fire hall on North Road and at the Town of Gibsons  Municipal Building on South Fletcher Road.  TOWN OF GIBSONS  GIBSONS VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  8c Lotto Centre  10% OFF FOR AU SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  OtxU'Tfeavuf.'ti.  .MARINA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Producta  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tofts, Tarps df Owers  U/wbtery & Repairs  RECREATION  Pender harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  ]   1 /2 MILE NORTH OF GARDEN BAY RD.  HWY. tOt 883-9541  883-2888  Pender Harbour. ONLY  Full Lint Sporting Goods Store  Francla Penlnauli Place  Corner of Sunahlne Coaat Hwy. *.  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Call a prol  "Grade-Rite  Excavating Ltd."  Property Development  Roads & Driveways  All Excavations ��� Free Estimates t  885-7140  PETER J. SUGARS  Cut-tom&bkMtt  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 8864615    ���    res. 886-2231  land Clearing        885-3469  OwJ*"^    886-8053  mm^miafmmi) ^JK_\___\  (T9t MtlllWmi .  EXCAV  eUNOHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS i BATHROOMS ���  eee-9411  CmHular 044-4007  Asfiward Contracting  QUALITY HOME  BUILDING 4 IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  For Eslimale Call AM. ....  Howard ___ 885*6443  Laurie Lacovetsky ; 885-2887  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  ajaa^BMaaaaaaaH^BaaataaaaaadtaaaaaaiMaiaaanaaaaafa_aaaaaaai  PRECISE PAINTING & PIASTER  e Compiele Custom Painting  e Stucco  ��� All Pluses olDrywai  ���Journeynun Workmanship  Neale Free  "Proleaalonal  Roofing  Service*  'fhu  estimate*'  apeclellilnf In ell  Irp.. .1 rtxtlnl  u<[ftmurtK<riM __7______  R.  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"��.�����**�� **������*����� ���**���"*�� ���*���*��  Pacific Standard Time  mar meets, em... tttm  Tide Tables Courtesy of  [owt  Room with view:  Sechelt debates  city hall options  :-jfki&fm&a\l.  by Stuart Burnside  Elbow space is what Sechelt  council and staff need, and lots  of it. Well at least more than  they have now, and if it comes  wilh a view, mote's the better.  Sechell council took its first  serious step toward planning a  new municipal hall last week  when it voted to seek cost estimates for a new building  through architectural proposals.  While there is no agreement on  j I ill maluro, reliable, economical  ~7��] Interior ��� exterior  CUSTOM PMNTING  seniors ilisi oiiiii ��� live r-slimatos  885-8895  atffljFMOON  m__Xf  lajBRTERS  fishing ��� diting tours  cargo  transportation  �� island service  for reservations  please call Peter at  (604)889-1981  cell: 1-230-8527  0AKF0RD & SONS CONSTRUCTION  All Phases of Indoor/Outdoor  Maintenance c> Renovations  REFERENCES  Phone: Bill Oakfori886-8849 tree Estimates  ��� Salt Watei Licences  ��� Molel *, Campaiies ��� Walei Taxi ~r~~rr  ��� Marine Repaiis        ��� Ire & X_Me 883-2266 _  ��� *PPITI0iMi -H^ovatjoh}   CONSTRUCTION  886-3107  - PAINTING  - CAKPKNTKY  ��� CBNBKAl MiPAIKS  ��� QVAIJTY WORK  KIITH WILIS  885-6272  iUTHERLAND  .SALES i SERVICE LTD���  BOX 342Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0 883-11 U24Hra.  /ui/er  ITIW OeWVIbaWtOMM  YANMAR  eOAT TTUUM  Magnecbarge Batleriee  r       ^_^_^     Commercial/Residenti aT  ^g[     ^^. 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ENTERPRISES  Welding and Fabricating * Equipment Repairs  Steal * Stainless Steel > Aluminum  Serv/no Me ���"career, Marfne and Conatructhn  Induetrlaa en Me aunahlna Coaat  SHOP 8, MOBILE  '.HOWMDLaWO       SSS-SS31       CSL.SSS-04S1  MARINE SERVICES  (Duccaneer  ,M>AR|NA ii RESORT LTD  Located in Secrel Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K ft C Thermoglass !>__. V^M-"' -32  Cobrl Boils now   I*^     '������ * -** "*  In-Stock  ������e'.HsMUsV.  [outboards  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & I  Chris Napper 888-3488  R.R.M, S6, C78,  Qlbsons, B.C. VON IVO  & Beams       JjlAJ  GIBSONS: 886-0225   SECHELT: 885-8422  ^  faVuuU%U,6*$tttaVmViatoUit 0  possible locations for a new  municipal hall, mayor Nancy  MacLarty made a motion which  would see lhe municipal dirt  parking lot at the end or Wharf  Road the first site studied for  feasibility. The lot, number 17,  comes with a foreshore lease  and an unobstructed view of  Trail Bay.  "I would think we would  angle the building so we could  gel a good view bul not seem lo  be turning our backs on the  municipality," MacLarty told  Ihe Coast News Thursday.  She said that, though the lot  is "a bit small," it has the  advantage of being across  Wharf Avenue from the SCRD  offices. "It would certainly be  an asset if we ever get around to  having a unified government on  the Coast," MacLarty said.  There would also be room,  according to MacLarty, for 32  underground parking spaces  where the existing hall has  about eight.  MacLarty said when the new  hall is built, the sale of the old  hall would defray the cost and a  referendum probably wouldn't  be requited.  While all councillors agreed  the time has come for a new  municipal building, not all  agreed with MacLarty's choice  of location. Cllr. Art Whistler  reminded council that if the  chamber of commerce's proposed Trail Bay wharf project  ever got underway the parking  area on Block 17 would be  needed.  Cllr. Michael Shanks objected to the idea of any location  being studied before council  consensus is reached, and to the  idea of seeking architectural  proposals for the building when  no firm site has been selected or  before any real building concept  is available. He pointed to talks  ' presently underway about the  possiblity of combining a new  municipal hall with the public  library.  "We haven't even decided if  we want to include the library  within these plans," Shanks  said, "... I really think we're  jumping the gun." Shanks said  any contractor could give a cost  estimate on the building, given  its approximate size and possible materials. He said the cost  of hiring an architect was  unnecessary.  Administrator Art Lew disagreed, saying the best procee-  dure was to bring in architectural engineers with recent  experience in building a smaller  municipal hall. He said he had  the names of several such architects. "These people would  meet with council and flesh out  the conceptual standards you  want to have," Lew said.  Shanks maintained he would  prefer to explore the possibility  of municipal hall/library complex on the municipality's  Block Seven before anything  else was done.  MacLarty, however, said  such use of a valuable piece of  property would do nothing for  the community except kill any  possibility of making any revenue from it.  Shanks walked out of the  meeting before the vote, but the  rest of council agreed to look  into the feasibility of MacLarty's site and to seek architectural input.  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Cue  sons. J139.000 866-9245   45cn  Gibsons: 3 bdrm lownhouse  Upper Gibsons Includes 5 appl..  end unit with big yard. $99,500.  686-6064 45ai  SHAW ROAD  irJOOsqtl 3 bdrm defuse finishing  3 piece ensuite overlooking golf  course. 666-0266 45s>  Nice home, 1/3 acre with 1/50  share of lot x moorage, near B&J  store Has 2 bdrms up and 1  down Bsml nearly completed with  kitchenette. 2nd bathroom, rec  room and storage Trent and Deb-  be 86*6191 45cn  LOT WANTED  For retirement Mouse, approx 1/2  acre, some irees, Redrooffs to  Gibsons. Call Don 967-9117  (V��n.) COM after 6 pm    E45W  Wanted - mobile on large lot,  Roberls Creek lo Gibsons. 885-  6395. ��45W  Thinking o! selling?  Wanled, small acreage will-  house (preferably newer!. Robert!  Creek to Davis Bay area. Not or  highway. 886-7778 45cn  View lol Hal, ready lo build, etc  Merest Rd. 686-2751 44w  Affordable quality home by builder.  1400 sq.ft. up. Large rec room or  potential in-law down. Sice area -  dose to all amenities Call Craig or  Heather 886-2352 44w  BRAND NEW  Central Gibsons, quiel area, easy  walk to mail and school. 3 bdrm. 2  balh, approx. 1350 sq.ft., kilchen  w/nook and Ig. deck. Garage and  carport, 3 appl. GST incl.  $128,500,886-8859 44w  House for sale across Irom park,  dose lo stores and schools. High  ceiling, basemenl w\square windows, possible fulure revenue  apartment. Big landscaped yards.  5733 Dolphin. 44w  46* 133C of prime low tank water-  front in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Manna House neeos  repair bul could be fixed up lor  recreational or rental use. Proper-  ty zoned Tourist Commercial (C-  2) Double garage plus storage  shed $189,500. Phone Jenniler  1-689-7070  THINKING  OF SELLING?  1 donl look al'I as buying or  solbnghousea. I look at it as  helping people achieve whal tfwy  want out ol lilt'  NO QUESTION ABOUT IT ���  CALL  KEN SHEARSMITH  8854277  OnlUjK    '  ���EMEfiS REALTY MC.  5710 TEREDO ST. SECHELT  885-5290  3 bdrm 1780 sq.lt. home plus  guest/rental cabin on .6 acre lol in  popular Welcome Woods. Views to  Merry Island. Close to school.  $159,900,885-7000.        44w  Couple with 2 young children are  looking for acreage to build a lamily home. Gibsons - Wilson Creek  area. 886-2963 44cn  One acre with 1600 sq. ft. house,  fenced, fruit trees, Cedar Grove  area. $150,000.886-7727.#44cn  Two bedroom rancher in the Gibsons Bay area priced for quick  sale $124,900.886-3809. 14301  Wanled - waterfront or acreage  with view in Sargeant Bay or Hallmoon Bay area. Jm 591-3804 aft.  Spm. ��43W  752 Hwy. 101,50x268 lot, 3 bdrm  oxter house, $165.000.886-9049  ss  Brand New-Great Location  Side-by-side 1/2 duplex, 3 bdrm., 2  tull balh - large sundeck, garage  and carpon, 3 appl., $128,500.  Hilda 298-5215 Sutton Group  Excel. #44W  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  66B6 Cowrie St.. Box 1218  Sechelt. Be., VON SAO  MaVl211FAXiW--snTe  Van. Toll Free rjaU-eOU  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard,  1400 sq. tt. home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5835. ss  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redrooffs,  controlled subdivision, $49,500.1-  228-9680. ss  Daniel Rory Poop - bom August  19.1992 at 0555 am weighing gibs  150* at St Mary's. Welcomed by  sister Angela and parents Call and  Westley Poop. Grandparents Art  and Barb Poop ol Sechelt, Gieat  Gramma Ruby Coombes ol  Sechell Grandparents Magda ana  Andrew Graft of Powell River 43cn  Julie G Cooper and Ban Lewis aie  proud to announce the birth ol  their son. Alexander Scott Lewis.  on October 2, 1992. Hearttelt  thanks to Dr Gibbons. Dr Burtnick,  all the super nursing staff al St  Mary's Hospital, and especially to  coach Carol. 43CN  Fool  Certified reflexologist Please  phone tor appoint. 885-5512 or  886-9234 45w  Low Impact Aerobes  Every Mon and Tues. 9:30-10:%  am Jolly Roger until Dec. 1. Drop  In1 For information call Cheryl 885-  4146 or Rhonda 8800140   45*  Vour Me is in your hands. Palm-  istty and l-Ching readings by  Domelna By appointments only  885-0261. 45cn  Adult dsklren of Ak-ohokcs or dys-  functional tamalies please call 686-  3849 or 885-4622 tor r��lp   NC  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  SPARKLE  CAR CLEAN  HHf.-o:ir.ri  WASH & VACUUM  only*14n  Plus Engine Pressure wash  Waxing  Interior Shampoo  Auto Uet.nling  ill Mouth Id off Hwy isl  (iibsons  Does someone in your tarriy have  a dnnking problem* Call Al-Anon  686-9903. 885-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565. NC  Let the Hillside Family Restaurant  plan your Christmas Parly. No  booking too bag or too small. Call  886-2993 ask lor Shekjon.s44W  DISCRIMINATING  TRAVELLERS!  Enrich  xh your overaeoa Sua wilh o  OsTOAtaEDinCMaTr  HAN from  G��fATC��a��IU\r*tl  CONSUTANTS  1(3 1933  Claim fVU mfVND ot our  $40 lee when you book wui  It ip ihiough BITE 1RAVH  116 3311  * CcKxdiixilsd OuiwRail Totxt  * Cultural Imnvwiion Progromi  * PackogMTafotKlto  youi Special l-ri*ia>h  SAVE 30%  on Km.il Illinium  Itiiiimkins  le Royal Albert Beatrix  Potter Infanta Ik Children's  China Sets  SECHELT HARDWARE  889*2171  "lliinn hark the memories"  3   Obituaries  BECKER: Passed away suddenly  on Oct. 21, 1992, Siegfried  Johannes (Fred) Becker, late ol  Gibsons, in his 66th year. Survived  by his loving family; wife Esther:  daughters: Rose-Marie, Louise,  and Doris; 3 grandchildren: Erika,  Derek, and Alexander. Predeceased by a daughter Barbara on  Aug. 8,1992. Service Wed. Oct.  28 at 2:30 pm in St Bartholomew's  Anglican Church, Gibsons. Rev  Esther North officiating. Interment  of cremated remains in the Church  Memorial Garden. A reception will  follow in the Church Hall. Devlin  Funeral Home, directors.     43w  SCALI: Maria Carmela. passed  away October 15, 1992 in Burnaby, BC. Bom in Italy December 3,  1900, she was predeceased by  her son, Giuseppe. Survived by  her loving husband ol 72 years,  Vincenzo; 2 sons and 1 daughter  (Nicodemo, Luigi and Angela) and  Iheir spouses, in Italy; son Salva-  tore and his wife Carmela of Thunder Bay, Ontario; son Cosimo and  his wife Giudettina and daughter  Caterina and her husband Salva-  tore Cardillo ol Vancouver, BC;  daughter Giuseppa (Josie) and her  husband Nikodemo (Nick) Rinaldis  of Gibsons, BC; 22 grandchildren  and 14 great-grandchildren. Mass  of Christian Burial was celebrated  October 19 al Our Lady of Sorrows  Chuich In Vancouver, BC, Fathers  of St. Charles celebrant, followed  by entombment in Ocean View  Abbey, Burnaby, BC.      #43cn  M  ILCVSlOOilS  PI��v#igASpsdavOe-��lon?  Illusions Restaurart has full  facilities for large or small  groups. Banquelor  a-la-carte menu available.  For mom information call  885O900.  Counselling lor men or women.  Making sense ol anger, contusion,  depression. Duncan Fraser 885-  0887 44w  Sunshine Coast gay and lesbian  group invites new members. For  information write Box 381, c/o  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons,  BC VON IVO. I45W  ���Pattl is For' just 2 mnths. io go  from the 21st. M3cn  FOR BETTER HEALTH AND  WELL BEING POLARITY  THERAPY  Reduces Stress (the underlying  cause of illness) raises energy  level, reduces chronic pain and  tension. Appontmenis available in  Sechelt Wed. and Thurs. pm Call  Vome 883-9853. E43W  Announcements  -SMZILIM-JRflDES  Exclusive Imports from  South America  Detailed Stone Sciilpliircs  Wood Carving! & Batiki  Silver, Crystal & Gemi  Raw Slone* (Quartz, etc.)  Agale & Amethyst Geodei  Obelisk*. Sc Spheres on  Various Rock*  Polished Agate Coaster  Book End Sets  Exquisite Clay Aitiamn Pottery  CaUlorue Pricei  NoGST  limine.. Hour.: Wed. 1 ��� 4 pm  Thurs, Fri at Sal 10 am - 4 pm  S379 Norvaa Rd. (oil Mason Rd.)  WalSicellh.SS5.SI78  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need lo talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House lor conlidenlial 24 hr. service. 885-2944. TFN  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 t/doz. 886-8039.  TFN  Rosemarie's  Boutique  Sole  coming  LyMarffids  Children's Clothing  to  Gibsons Motor Inn  Sat. Nov 7th  10 am-4 pm  made on the  Sunshine Coast  As of Nov 1 the Dog House will be  relocated to 11874 Hwy 101 by Sil-  versands. Grand opening will be  on Nov. 23. For appointments  please call 883-9706        43cn  on alt Latepyi morgan  Cotton A Wool Sweaters  Merina Wool Fashions  Nylon, Cotton Lined  Lades' and Men's  Sporls Suits  Leather Belts  OpanTun-Thur*.  11:00 am- 5:00 pm  Anytime by appointment  6396 Norvnn Road,  WetjtSoclmlf 885-5821  BROOKS 4 MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  fnWronmenl  ftfSriOTjf I'ni'ils  in AH Colour, ot  .aT  Hie llemlKm  ��� Including Onsen  Bill Wood]   SECHELT  A Bus 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  Sunshine Coast Artisan Fair, Sat.,  Nov. 7th, 9:30-6:00 p.m. al Sunny-  crest Mall. Local artisans interested in a table, please contact  Nancy 886-8323. Special senior  rates. Product musl be made on  the Sunshine Coast.       I43w  GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT  Craniosacral. Shiatsu, Polarity,  Reiki. 20 yrs. prolessional bodywork practitioner oilers pain relief  and relaxation. Usha 886-2750.  M4W  TUPPERWARE  886-7334  Alannih Tanner  #47W  Shawani Campbell, Reiki master-  teacher, ancient healing an treatments. Classes 885-3668   I43w  HIGHLAND DANCING  Anyone inlerested in Highland  Dancing please contact Kim 885-  5593 or Marylou 885-0676. ��43W  Indsoenderrl Beauty Consultant  Yvonne Valancius ��� the Mary Kay  complete lire of moisturizers, skin  care, body care, nail care and  glamour items. Also an exciting  line for men! All with the 100%  moneyback guarantee. Not tested  on animals and safe for sensitive  skin. Call today and discover a  new you! Yvonne Valancius 886-  4643. ��43W  Leam to scuba dive. Prolessional  instructors. Full Pari Certification  Seaspon Scuba. 885-9830  TFN  2 black S while short-haired cats.  1 male, 1 fern., Redrooffs Rd. near  Sargeant Bay. Very frightened. II  found please call Denise 885-  5166. I43W  Chinese umbrella, beige w/blk.  flowers on 2:00 bus, Ocl. 20. Sen-  limental value, belongs to granddaughter. 886-7571.        I43W  In Lower Gibsons, black trip diary  and address book, urgently needed. Reward. 886-2393.     ��43W  12 Pets and  Livestock  Buckskin mare 14 HH. Western  trained $600.885-7227     45w  TBmare 16 HH, 6 yrs, English,  quiel, sound, good lor beginner.  S2995 or lease. 266-0075 or 885-  2174 44w  Photographer requires cow wilh  full udder lor pholo. Will consider  goat. Leave message at 886-2622  TFN  Wanted: bunkbeds. call Jaynie.  885-3276. E45W  Trailer suitable for 1 person, to  occupy Oct. thru Dec 686-9563  TFNs  Monthly parking spol avail, in  Horseshoe Bay Friday-Monday.  886-2691. ��43W  Used microwave and small Indge.  885-3930.9-5. I44W  Christmas ideas? Hand-carved  house signs for friends 1 family.  Phone the Custom Carver. 885-  7959. E43W  6-track tape converter. 866-4996.  TFNs  WANTED Cedar Shakes. 5 sq.,  24'tapers. 866-7352.       *43W  Combination upnght Ireezer fridge.  Fngidaire. 66" x 32" $800 o.bo.  Apartment sized washer, dryer,  $600 o.b.o. 885-5301.     E43w  G E. American talisman slove  above and below, gd. cond.. $200  OBO. 86S4804. E45W  Couch and Love seat excellenl  conrltion $700 O.B.O. 886-3317  45w  Kenmore FF Fridge 16 cu.fl. $275.  Shell unit oak veneer $50. China  Cabinet and hutch $400.885-2675  45w  Couch, loveseal and chair, gold  and rusts floral design $295.  Queen size snd supersingle  waterbeds with bookcase headboards $100 each. 886-321145wr  Solid walnut D/R suite Exc. Cond.  $6250 8 0 866-0461       45w  Gold velour hide-abed $300, teak  desk $350 and much more. Also  selection ot toddler items. 885-  4490. 45cn  New couch, love seat and swivel  rocker, dark blue. $850.8854168  45cn  Two baby cradles, made in BC.  886-2902. I43W  Three pee. wall unit, cak finish,  brass handles, exc. cond., $300  oach,$800all3B86-3103J44W  Colonial hide-a-bed. exc. cond.,  $125: elec. organ with bench, not  working, $35.885-7X7. ��43W  Antique bedroom suite, $250  OBO: dining table and 6 chairs,  $350 OBO; bathroom accessories,  $35,886-3641. ��43cn  we carry books on exotic  pets Including tarantulas  and lizards as well as  domestic pets  277 Gower It Rd,  Gibsons Quay 886-7744  Mini dashund, red smooth male, 2  yrs. old, exc. with children and  pels, $200.886-9595.     I45W  Free! Gorgeous kittens to a loving  home. 886-7478. ��43cn  African pigmy goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clear-  era. 883-2990. ��43w  Wanted, 300-500 Ib. beef-type  calf. 886-9108. ��44cn  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then t Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Marlee Fashions.    NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pel NC  Pure bred German Shepherd lor  sale. 885-3699. I43W  Two pr. of Golden Pheasants, 2  dwari rabbits, roosters - 3 mos.  and 5 mos., 886-2084 or 886-4812  mess. TFN  Cast Iron Wood Heater. 886-9690  45w  On. size bed w/box spr. and mattress. Oil lurnace. Viking washing  machine ��� working order. 886-  7975 43cn  Free ��� those smiles from the shut-  ins by coming in Hallowe'en costume on Oct. 31. More details,  phone Helens 885-3970. M3W  Cabinet radio record player, works  OK. 886-0448. M3CN  Adorable puppies, tree to good  homes (1F44M), Cock.  Span./Husky/Lab X. Mother med.  size t beautiful. 886-8185J43W  BUV. SELL, TRAPE  CALL US FOR QUOTES ON  ' STRIP-OUTS' t DEMOLITION  sss-ssse  SeSS Wh.il Rd., Sechelt  BECVCLE S SAVE  18 Barter  and trade  350 Chev eng compression tested.  Swap lor cash or high performance pans. 886-7227       TFN  1969 Buick GS California i's  match 350 Auto, Nds bodywork  otherwise mint. Swap for best 4X4  valve $2000.866-7227      TFN  CONVMTINO  TO OAST  GE, Jenn-Air,  Mcnic Chef &  Caloric  GAS RANGES  all ovailable at  IICNHT  fURNITUMLAND  Sunshine Coail Hwy,  Sechell  8B5-5756  PIANO TUNING  For service and repair call Sunshine Piano 885-3166     47cn  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles,  levels and applied theory. First  lesson free. Beginners welcome.  Avail, days and eves. Sieve 686-  2365. ��43W  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  We play the music you want to  hear. To book your Dance Music  call 884-5430. I43W  F10 Galanti electric organ $100.  835-7007 45cn  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  m  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  ALCOHOLICS  ANONYMOUS  885-7883.24 hour line.       TFN  For sale - upright piano, good  CCW. $1200.886-0995    45cn  Piano, like new $1750-863-2329  ss  Will buy used or non-working  major appliances. Bjorn 685-7897  44w  Quality reconditioned appliances,  washers, dryers, stoves, dishwashers, fridges. Bjorn 885-7897  or Corner Cupboard 885-4434.  44w  16 cu. tl. fridge, no freezer, $350  washer, new pump, clutch, $200;  elec. slove. new cond., $200.885-  6395. I45W  Westinghouse X' range (white],  gd.ccnd.,$1(X).886-2417.��45W  7 1/2 cubic ft freezer, 2 yrs. old,  $270.8864626. ��45W  RENOVATION SALE. Westing-  house 16 cu. ft. frost-free fridge,  matching sell-clean range, nu tone  range hood ��� harvest gold. All in  exc. cond. $600 set. Moffat 12 cu.  ft. fridge - avocado, gd. cond.,  $150. Airtight wood-burning f/p  insert $100.886-9614    ��43cn  Fridge, stove a hood - small freezer. Older, gd. woiking order, $150  all. 885-5121,885-7978. I43W  Almosl new, almond stove S  fridge, $900 a pair, or $500 for  fridge and $400 for stove. 885-  3953. #43W  Ladles Rawtofgh 18 Spd Mt.Blka  1990 Big Horn model, lully equp.  New.   Never' used.' *)C75.  Repl.coast $519. John 885-2319  43w  Oil furnace 123,000 BTUS excellent working condition $200 O.N.O.  885-4804 45w  Boat House suitable lor 36 ft boal.  883-9855 45w  Apt. Ireezer $25.886-2536 43cn  Steamer trunk. Hard wood kilchen  table 42x30 each. $60.866-9746  45w  Dewalt Radial-arm saw; 8' table  $350; 5' leather padded bar; 10'  skilsaw; Paymaster cheque writer.  866-9890 45w  IT CAN HAPPEN  The Trail Bay Project: a community waterfront park in the bean of  Sechelt. Memberships $10. Books  and stuff. Trail Bay Mall. Informa-  11011885-2339 45w  Antique roiltop desk (not oak) 883-  2661 45m  Belmont upright piano, $1200;  older console RCA TV, $200;  turqoise vinyl sofa bed, $75. 886-  2952^ I45W  10' Black and Decker Dewalt radial arm saw, comp/w. heavy duty  steel stand, $250 OBO. 885-9804.   ��45W  Bausch S Lomb Discoverer telescope, 15x60 Zoom, as new, professional tripod, $400 OBO. 885-  9282. I45W  White stag, one pc. ski suit, sz. 10  w/gloves and hat , used once,  $130,886-2736. I43W  Duncan (teacher) kiln, $450;  small Olympic kiln, $250; both exc.  work, cond., furniture incl. 50 gallon stainless steel clay mixer, with  motor, $250.886-9595.   I45W  Friendly plastic, 15c ea., ceiamlc  giazes, $150 ea. Halo gold, plat.  mum, copper, mother ol pearl, $5  ea. Prices below wholesale. 686-  9S95. I45W  ROYAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES  at competitive prices.  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  885*2171  _______  Bondex plaster of Paris, 22 Ib.  bags, $5 each. 886-9595.445W  TarvJem trailer, 8x17 deck, 14.5  wheels, brakes. 896-7064.E44W  HONEY  Local unpasteurized, by the bucket, or 1 kg. tub. 8B6-2127.I45W  , Coast News, October 26, 1992  17  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times I  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  $1 Noon Friday  ��� Gibsons &  WA   Sechelt Offices  1980 Chev Crabon V6 std. I960  Chev Citation 4 cyl. auto., wrecking 1980 Chev Citation V6 auto. 2  dr., 4 tres on wheels to fit Datsun  p/up. 4 ores on wheels to fit Dalsun 2io sedan, 305 Chev V8,  Fibreglass canopy tor small truck,  1? alum, boat needs some work.  883-9671 eves. 45cn  Satellite dish and all necessary  equipment. 686-9851.     E45W  8 aluminum windows, 2 tt.x2tt. to  ItiS plus storm door. 885-4804.          S45W  Firewood, split, delivered, $90  cord. 886-7207 or 8B5-9297.I44W  Norco Th-A 19'. $225; Olin skis,  190 cm, w/Satamon 647 bindings,  $150.885-9526 eves.       >43W  9' table saw/sland $150. 8'  portable table saw $150 Router  table $35.886-3792        45cn  BARGAINS!  9-1/2 cu. II. G.E. fridge $50. 30'  Moffat stove $80. Sp. On. washer  $50. Hoover llOv dryer $50.  Brass/glass display unit and table,  cost $1500. sacrilice $300. 686-  8578. 45cn  Pool table $350; 2 office desks Super-8 or regular-8 movie cam-  $75 and $100; otlice credenza era and projector, also screen tn-  $100; kilchen table and chairs, pod and laght, $125.886-9420.  green and brown $50.886-2202 TFN  ifft��Wto7f flirts'!  MECHANIC  j ��aa ejaia *mme a ESeaaaa* EM j  Ford camper Van, exc. motor. 885-  0126 44w  Two Kroeler swivel chairs, jade  green velour, good cond., just  cleaned. $125 ea. 886-9477 43cn  Jacuzzi tub lor Iwo, 6X4', new.  6868838 44w  Bathtub, good cond.rJB6-9304  GOOD HAY  $5.0Gr8atoMh��r��d  CaH  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  Try a  Classified Ad  offering a  Career Move.  We'll run  your ad in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRITT  ...and 100 more  B.C. & Yukon  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.  20' colour TV, exc.cond., $150.  8863949. ��43cn  Norco Bush Pilot bicycle. 21 sp.,  22' wheel, mint cond. no extras,  $200 OBO. Phone 885-3301, 5-7  pm. #45W  Slereo system, amplifier, turntable,  radio, EQ speakers $80 865-4096  John 45cn  SOLID PINE SHELVES  4 shelves and hardware. 12' deep,  31-1/2' wide, 64' tall. Only $20  each. 685-3655 45cn  Front bench seat for 1992 Blazer  S-10. Best offer 885-2342 45cn  SEASONED FIREWOOD  Gibsons $100 cord  Sechelt JIM cord  886-0110  4501  5 pee. sectional black/  brown/rust/gold contemporary  design. $400. 886-9736 or 886-  9762 45cn  Fisher air-tight insert $300. 886-  3677  44*  Ceramic tile $10/box; dishwasher  $100; N/gas water tank $75; wash  basin $6; window louvers $40; 5th  wheel hitch $275; shed door $10.  886-9292  3 hp, gas powered, air compressor, good cond., complete with  regulator and water trap. $250  O.B.O. 8803231 44w  Fresh salmon for sale. GO cents*.  Tim 885-4818 44w  350 Chevy engine good working  condition $450,2 men's Cowichan  sweaters and 2 ladles leather  coats. 8868604 44w  Blue print loveseat and couch,  exc. cond. $325 o.b.o. P/B Angora  bunnies, papers inc. $20. 886-  0909 Leslie or Bob #43w  10' Radial arm saw $400. 10'  Table saw $500. Drill press $450.  6' Bench ghnder $50.8' Canopy  $100,885-2584 44cn  2 complete sets scuba gear, also  dry suit. 885-7377 44w  Arborite kilchen table and 4 chairs  $175. Exercise bike $35.885-4831  12-tpm  885-9357  TFN  Sewer redding machine on trailer 3  hp engine, 6 bits up lo 10'. Excel-  lent condition. $450 865-9066.  ss  Airco Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 885-3276 ss  Grow Great garlic. Get ready lor  fall planting ol large organic garlic.  One pack 20 cloves. ($5.00) incl  postage (planting instructions.  Send to Organic Creek Farm,  RR42, S20, C-14, Gibsons, BC,  VON 1V0. TFNs  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 lead. 8668204. ss  Parker. Hole30.06,3x9Bushnell  scope. Marlin 444s Winchester,  Queen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5467. ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, ergonomic  design grip belt, $850 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  (644240  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES ( LUMBER, any  size. Will cuslom cut. 865-5669  or 685-6601. TFN  ! 886-7227 |  !  TOWING !  Low** Kmtam  \Fully 241 7    i  llnturwd   Mr*/Days!  61 Acadian. Good running cond.  $400 OB.O 866-7302 44w  65 ressan 300 ZX Turbo Fl auto,  fully loaded, excellent condition.  $6500 OB 0.885-6022       44w  1977 Pontiac Pansienne, automatic, good condition, $750 OBO.  Phone David 883-2730 (w) or 883-  9799(h) 43cn  1981 powder blue Escort standard,  gd. cond., new muffler, $1000  OBO. 685-5041. I44W  1987 Mercury Tracer with sunrool,  cassette stereo, and more. Great  cond. Immac interior. $4500 OBO.  885-9006 lv. message.        44w  Willys jeep trans, and transfer  case. 885-7377 45cn  1990 Nissan Micra, 2 dr.. 5sp.,L  43.000km. Reliable, economic  transportation, still on warranty.  $5995 obo. 886-9294.        43cn  1967 Toyota Tercel, excellent  cond. $3,000.685-5607     43cn  1988 Chevy Sprint. One owner,  lady moving abroad, 31,465 kms.  $4,500 Obo. 885-9551        43cn  1980 Buick Century 2dr. sports 1968 Ford Taurus, anvtm, Ac V6,  coupe. Fully serviced, exc. cond. auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $7,495.  $1,200obo. 8368526       43cn    BB6-7520or886-2111.       ss  1978 Chev Malibu Classic,  137,000 kms, one owner, exc.  oond. $1,500.885-7813     43cn  1960 Plymouth Volari, 190.000  kms., gd. cond, $2000.865-6179.   *45W  Must sell 79 Chrysler Lebaron, 2  dr., AC/PS/PWPB, gd. rubber,  immac. interior, runs well, $900.  8663099 E43cn  1960 VW Rabbit, auto., 2-door,  $1850.8860240. E43W  1981 Ford Granada as is, $500  OBO 8866095. TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 686-9025   ss  Used Camaro T-Top. $495 tor the  set, with covers, 886-9500 anytime ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 885-1943.      ss  Full size zebra skin, $2000. Only  serious people phone 8864786.  ���43W  Aquariums, 33 gal., 20 gal., 15  gal., 10 gal. all comp. with pumps,  heaters, u/g fillers. Large angel  fish and goldfish. 886-3673.#43cn  Sunbeam combined toaster, broiler, microwave oven. $125. 885-  9551. ��43w  Elmlra l/p insert dis standard f/p.  Gold trim. 8867513 or 922-6334  #43cn  TOP SOIL 1980 Toyola Tercel greal little  Sand, gravel, fill. Reasonable commuter car. $1100 O.B.0.886-  rates. Doug, 865-5070       43w    8204 45w  Ford 8N tractor, rear blade, excel,  cond. $2500.885-7377       44w  1977 JD 410 backhoe, good working condition, $10,800 OBO. 886  7372 or 885-5730. ss  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-2503  ss  19(5 94,000 kms (1(00  Chev Citation II V6, aulo, w/OD,  ps, pb, 4 dr, lift back. Priced right.  Please phone 886-7227     45cn  1980 Sunbird $495. No rust, 6 cyt,  aulo., 99,500 kms. Good motor,  lires etc. 866-7227 45cn  1977 Capri V6 STD, new lires,  sunrool, nice int and body. $477  cash. 8867227 45cn  1979 Malibu SW, 267 6cyl auto,  ps, pb, TH nice lamily car. $975  O.B.O. 6967227 45cn  '85 Pony, 4 dr. hatch back, like  new, super clean. 15,000 miles,  AM/FM cassette, blue with gray  Interior. One owner, under cover  since new. Asking $2,400. 886-  4886. 45cn  King size quality solid pine 4  poster waveless waterbed, $250;  queen size boxsprlng and mattress, gd. cond., $100; JVC receiver w/equalizer, JVC cassette player and 2 uitraliner speakers, package, $450.885-3114.      E44W  Cash paid lor anything ok) - tin ad  signs, pocket watches, old clocks  (working or not), jewellery, fum.,  etc. 686-3905. I44W  Gourmet honeys, vinegars and jellies make great gifts - housewarm-  ing, birthday, Christmas, for yourself  Italian electric organ, $1500; china  cabinet, $800; quadraphone (  slereo entertainment centre, $350.  885-7676. ��43W  Picture window, slum, with single  slider and screen, 95' wide X 48'  high, $60.885-5473 eves.*43W  Comfortablt Wood Heat  Duomatlc lorced hoi air wood  burning furnace with thermostatic  control. Charming antique wood  burning kitchen range, 35' wide, 6  burners, 2 warming ovens, one  oven, cast iron with yellow enamel  and chrome trim. Must sell. 886  5473 eves. #43W  We can sail II lor Youi Consignment Sale lurniture, appliances  and sporting goods. Call us and  lind out more. 8860225.   I43W  Dry fir firewood, spilt S delivered.  6863398. M3W      ____________  Leather sofa, cream colour, $800;  78 Honda CMC, exc. cond. $950  3-Sardpiperbeds,$60O;4-one  OBO.'73 VW Beetle $650 OBO.  ^....-....^:v DermlniJ  SPARKLE  CAR CLEAN  B86-0355  WASH 8, VACUUM  only'W  Plus: Engine Pressure wash  Waxing  Interior Shampoo  Auto Detailing  622 Houjh ltd. oil Hwy 101   Gibsons  1986 Mercury Topaz - loaded,  runs exc, meticulous maintenance, super clssn, 160,000 km  $321X10130.8364926       4501  week Time Shares. 8862223.  M3W  Oueen size waterbed $100 OBO.  3 10-spd bikes $50 ea. 8868309  att6pm 45cn  '87 Dodge Charger, 5 sp., one  owner, new exhaust system,  brakes (tres. (2500 OBO. 886-  3867. ��45W  78 Morrle Carlo $1000 8869125  4501  19(3 Volvo 4 dr sedan, metallic  blue, Mat-root, doth seals, alloy  a*<aata,MlyloacW,4cyl.5ep,  waawHot        4(oi  1984 Corvette Stingray $7500  050885-4533 45cn  ECONOMC  1985 Chev. Spectrum, exc. cond.  New exhaust system, tires and  brakes. Very clean $2100 OBO.  8860971 after 7 pm        TFNs  74 Ford Capri with stock alum,  rims. For parts 885-4096    45cn  74 VW window van, good cond.,  runs well. 885-9377 45cn  Very clean 1964 Honda Civic,  Pressure cooker $50 ��� wool mat- 2door hatchback. Hondamaiic.  tress r"jver$60-Samsonite cases  sunroof, mech. sound. $3200.886  FIREWOOD  ��0* SAU  Dry Fir  Measured  Cord  DELIVERED  $110  886-8210  evenings  1979 Jeep Wagoneer, exc. run.  cond., quadra trac, 4 wheel drive,  $2000060.8864786.   ��43W  1981 Buick Skylark, good cond.  8863368 ss  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  665-4004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900060.8863648 SS  1982 Mercury Zephyr 6 cyl., 4 dr.,  good body 1 running cond., $850  OBO. 6869372. ��43W  1983 Nisssn station wagon, gd.  cond., $2200, or trade for 8 It.  truck camper. 883-9678. ��43W  1981 AMC Eagle 4X4 stn. wagon,  runs well, good body, interior a little worn. Great traction in all conditions. $800 or trade for VW van.  883-2725. #43W  76 Chevy Impala, runs great. $300  firm. 886-9766. #43W  1966 Mustang convertible GT,  Fully restored, 269, 4 barrel. All  numbers match. Over $30,000  invested, must sell, $16,500. 883-  1181. *43W  '65 Mercury Lynx, $1700. 886-  2866. H43CN  1974 Datsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBOBB67378 ss  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.8862833 or 6867484.  ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  8862020  TFN  1973 Super Beelle, $2500 OBO.  863-9234. ss  1979 Cadillac Seville diesel, no  rust, grey $3500. Call 886-4606.  ss  CHEAP! FBI/US. SEIZED  89 MERCEDES $200  86 VW $50  67 MERCEDES $100  65 MUSTANG $50  Choose Irom thousands starting  $25. 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-  2935. Copyright IBC104JC E45w  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext., rebuilt engine ( transmission. Pnced lo sell $3850 Call 886  8510 after 6:00 pm. ss  1981 AMC, auto, good cond. No  rust. $1950 OBO 885-1942. ss  1977 Volvo DL, rusty, reliable, new  parts. $500 OBO 885-1942.     ss  1971 LandRover - 88 completely  rebuilt. Offers.. PTO Avail. 883-  2669. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellent condition, new dual exhausl, racial Va  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down for family size  car or 11 fl. camper. 8859068.  77 Ventura, v-6 std. only 66,000  mi. Clean, new radiais, $750.885  9553. ss  1985 Citation II, V6. 4 spd. Only  33.000km. $3200.8854553. as  77 Camaro, 39,000 org. miles.  White int. excellent. Rusty $950  OBO. 886-2111 ss  '86 Ponliac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  8867150. ss  MONSTER TRUCK  Pro-built, street legal. Dodge  Irame. Dana axles. Jeep cab, Ford  power, custom int., BOX lb. winch,  pwr. hilch, $9000 or trade tor PU  truck, ski boat. 60s-70s muscle car  OC 886-4886 ��44W  1992 Pathhnder. Save the GST.  $21,5O0.8858607 eves.    44cn  1979 E350 Ford van. $600 obo  8855717 TFN  1992 GMC 1-ton 4X4 cab & eras-  as -wekkng and service deck 454  5 sp., 11.000 kms $23,000 or take  over lease. 8864577 or 8860118  eves. E43W  Full ala 1M0 Dodge van, V6  sutoNSXIfeaWl      as  i960 Chev 4 ton dump truck, 366  HP, 2 spd. rear end. 6-8 yd box.  $6500 firm. 8868550 eves,  ss  1975 Dodge 1 ton dump, inspected. $4200 OBO. 8854636 dr 885-  7051. E43W  1981 Ford 1/2 ion. $2950. 885-  6110. E43W  1988 GMC 3500 series 1 ton 4x4  dual wheel tlatdeck, $9500. 886  3699. I43W  1962 Dodge 3/4 ton 4X4 318,  auto, 97,000 kms., gd. cond.,  $3000 OBO. 88635/5.   E43W  79 Ford 12 passenger van, V6  auto good cond. $3295 OBO. 886  7520 or 8862111. ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700. 6852636,885-7413  Pertect winter protect' Completed  mold/plans ��� 16 tt Row boat. To  be bum with cedar strips. Finished  boat can be seen (250.8857227  45w  Boat house suitable lor 36 It boat  883-9855 45w  Boat house tor rent. Will accommodate 26 It - 28 tl boat. W/wo  services. Gunboal Bay. 1-936-  6916 eves. 45cn  Only 4 sues left i 14x70 2 bdrm  display home 2. d/w vacant lot 1.  s/w vacant lot. Choose your new  home today. 5% down OAC 597-  3322/BB62597 TFN  12x60 mobile, must be moved,  (18,5X060.886-4585.   S43W  KORITMIMK  Nlffll LTD.  Captain llll Murrsy I  MC M MC    M N AM S|  M A B V C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  15 ft. F/G runabout. 35 HP, newer  canvas top. $1000 lirm, tor quick  sale. 8859282 E45W  2$ II Bayliner, lots ol eitras,  radio, d/s, par. winch, etc.  Sleep, 5; galley and head. Meal  family cruiser or tor lishing.  Quick sals, (MOO. Ne-M3(45cn  1991 Ezzi-load galvanized boat  trailer lor 15' or less. $600 885-  2396 45cn  1985 CR250, good running cond  $14X8855202 ss  1983 Honda 600R, many new  parts, gd. cond.. $1550.883-2957.  I44W  1986CR125. gd. cond., lots of  extras, $1200 OBO. 8860956 or  886-2572 E45W  1975 Suzuki 500 2 stroke, runs  well, new parts, tires, etc., $4X  060.6854708. E43cn  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc. cond,  garage kept. $5500.8869595  SS  1981 Hcnda CB650 custom,  immaculate 25,600 original K's,  $12X060.8867378.       ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102.        ss  1981 Ford F2X, 4x4 with rock box  (55X886-4599. ss  25.Campers  Aqua-Cat pontoon sailboat, good   1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  cond. $3X. 8867975      45cn      offers. 8868622. ss  17' Hourston Glasscraft Highliner  trailer, 70 hp Johnson, full canvas,  sounder, many extras, $4600  O.B.O. 8859792 44w  Fourteen foot Bell Buoy boal with  trailer, $400. 886-0932 or 886-  7864 43cn  Good 12 ft. aluminum boat $6X or  trade? 6857167 ss  1961 20' double Eagle hardtop 2X  HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6), Gibsons  Marina, $17,500.8862694.  3 bdrm house - Gibsons, have  pets. 6863998 tor Dec 1.  44w  House/cottage with yard Hallmoon  Bay area. Single man. 88597X  44w  Artist needs studio space in Gibsons. Arthur 8859859.   ��45W  Garage with power, reasonable.  885-4706. 14301  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE Married couple seeking suitable  9.9-20-3040-50-70 HP 1991-1X2 accommodation Nov. 1, Gibsons  Evinrudes. Excellent condition, to Secret!, 8669466      43cn  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.    TFN  1975 GMC camper van. Good   Ves! There is a reliatlle "x**1 f-"  tires, 6 cyl. auto. $10X 080.883-   P6"6' "I*'swvli;e' 8865278.  9979 ss      J__       12 It. aluminum boat $6M, 885-  7167. 43ss  OashorComlgnl  We need RV units  FREE/sPPRAISaALS*  PICKUP ANYWHERE  IcmlaotUiJtfV.Ill  1-800-663-4234  BODY REPAIRS  A PARTS/PAINTING  Restoration ��� Private  & Dealer Wholesale  TOWING  ��� iVfmmm.7  1178 SfwarlRd.  Mew N. M. Bypau  ___________!__  .CONSIGNMENT,  WANTED  If you want your  vehicle sold  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  5645  Wharf Rd.  ". -��� ��� I, - I.  885-4004  1987 Nissan 4X4 XE1X.0X kms.  Duraliner, bush bar, sunroof, silver/burgundy canopy. No OFF  Road miles, new. M+S. Asking  $7,BX. Lin 8852995 45w  1 ton service van complete with  racks etc. Propane duals, new  motor 885-2699 or to view call  Petro Canada Kleindale 883-9327  4501  '81 Chev 1/2 len PU, 3X, 4 sp���  good shape, $25X OBO; '55 Ford  1/2 ton PU, disassembled, rebuilt,  flat head, $5X. 686-9979. I45W  1977 Fix Supercab Ford, factory  canopy, reliable, $10X OBO. 885  9282. E45W  1976 GMC pickup with canopy,  3X eng. art. Mechanically sound,  good utility truck $6X865-7515  4601  Wood truck - work Iruck 1975 Ford  3/4 Ion Camper Special-club cab.  Strong 3X4 spd. $595.8869449  44w  '86 Bronco II loaded, tilt, cruise,  p.w., p.s., sun roof. V6, 5-spd,  4X4.8852923 asking $75X 44w  '81 Ford IX custom super cab, 6  cyl., 4 speed. Good condition  $29X. 886-9096 44cn  26' 1966 Korntort trailer. $11,800.  8866504 44cn  1973 VW camper van in good  cond. $27X886-2963    44cn  8 ft. overhead camper. Fridge,  stove S furnace, SBX. 6869964.  ���44W  1992 Slh Wheel, 28ft. Terry,  loaded tiltout living room, $27,5X.  8857215. ��45W  78 Security 24 tt. motorhome, gd.  Shape, $11,9X080.8852392.  M3W  RV trailer, 32 tt. and leace to 1995,  S65X. 8853398. ��43W  118 ft. Hohdaire. new running gear  1 upholstery, sleeps 6. Stove,  Iridge, hot water tank. Very clean,  $35X. 883-2139 eves.   ��43W  1976 Dodge camperized van,  auto, p/s,p/b, cruise, rear bed, cupboards, icebox, sink, $1,5X. 318  eng. 6862512  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  fast and in top condition, surveyed  value $8X0, offers I trades considered. 8862738. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol extras, $24,900  OBO. 463-6919 or 463-6959.    ss  19 ft. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold, S35X. 8553457.       ss  10xX mobile, 10x14 addition, sundeck, garden, view ol lake, close  to Madeira Centre, school.  $13X0.883-2555 45cn  1976 Knight Schmil 14x70' arctic  packages, 4 appis, wood heater,  5X gal propane tank, excel, cond.  Loaded with extras. Set up on pad  in Sechelt $36,0X 080 885-8939  4501  14 x 70 mobile, S27.0X firm. 685  8458 43cn  Greal starter horns, 12x68 - 3 bedroom mobile home with 12'x16'  addition, completely sef up in  S.C.M.H.P. Asking price $24,5X.  Phone Larry 886-2442 or 686-  X75 for viewing, #45W  Halloween costumes llll Oct, 30th  Phone 8852689 43cn  Furnished new clean bachelor  suite upper Gibsons. $400  includes utilities. Private entrance  8X-2294afl��5pm.8IJ6-Sf��34 n i   ��bV I  2 bdrm house Chaster Rd. Avail  immed 8852520 45*  Share house with garden, fruit  Irees, w/d, oceanview. Approx.  $425.8860363 43cn  1 bedroom suite $325 * hydro.  883-2631 4601  Gibsons - artist seeking NS, to rent  Isrge private room in townhouse,  $4X all incl. 8868268.   #45W  Housekeeping rooms, fridge,  stove, share washroom, 300-395.  Weekly rates available. George  885-9859. ��45W  Sngle person to house/dog sit tor 2  mos. commencing approx. Nov.  15, Rbts. Ck. waterlront home.  Rent tree. Refs., security deposit  and exp. with large dog req. 885  79X. *45W  To share. 3 level townhouse, waking distance to Sechelt, $350/mo���  NS.avail. Nov. 1  Two new BF Goodrich TA. radiais  P215 S-X R14. with 4 bolt mags,  $185.8859372. M3W  LEE FOREST PRODUCTS  High quality alder firewood,  $95/cord plus delivery. 8854814  cellular 1-250-2665.        ��43W  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pick-up load or 2 lds/$30.  Roberts Creek. 8859969  43*  1980 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,   ���? Ford Bronco 4X4, new motor,  Rally rims, $26X. 885-7113. "*" mml M mK-like "**'  ���      $69X. 8857013. ��43cn  44w    $45 -0.6.0.8855125        SS      7886  '56 BUICK SPECIAL 2 dr., V8.  stored 17 yrs., rebuilt drtf., $12X.  8854804. ��45W  1971 Volvo S.W., running cond. or  parts, $3X OBO. 8H5-51X.��43cn  Good transportation -1976 Buick  Lesabre, $850; 1979 Pontiac  Pansienne S.W612X. 8859648.  t45W  1987 Chev PU, extended cab,  aulo. V6 AM/FM tape, cruise, Hit,  liner i extras, $60X. 8857495.  ���45W  B1 Dodge 1/2 ton snort box, standard, slant 6, nice paint job, no  rust or body filler, new box liner,  S22X. 8657774. ��45W  1X1 Chev 1 ton crew cab. $4CX.  8852584 4401  FOR ONE WEEK  fas feMefe* Mm MeMidov  up to 10 wanls  35 conta tor ���ach  ldillonal word.  Proot aloel,  Pound * fn  All classifieds musl be  prepaid before insertion  Sure) Setll Cfassffleets  $15 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then wilf be canceled unless you instruct us lo renew it  by cl09Slfi��d deadline ��� Nat available fot commercial adwrtitert  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  M-MMtay Idltf on Wookondor  NOON FRIDAY NOON TOM DAY  Gibsons 886-2622 S-xheft 885*3930  ���_r Take Advantage ofottr IV fit' <Jlassified Ad Spei'ial  Run your classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times f  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  1 bdrm suite. Upper Gibsons. Close  to mall. $550 plus 1'4 util. 886-  3107 45cn  West Sechelt. bnghl newly renovated 1 bdrm suite. F/s, hot water  * heat included. Near bus $ laundry. NS. no pets. Refs req'd. $5X  mo. Avail, immediate^ 865-9810  45cn  Garden Bay - 2 bdrm house, all  amenities. Call Joyce 883-9449  44w  (JataomWaftrffont  1 Br furnished apt with deck  Weekly 1 monthly rates. 8863792  45cn  Adult oriented modern 2 bdrm  house with view near Secret Cove.  5 appis. $600/mo NS. no pets,  avail. Nov. 1. For appointment lo  view can 883-2423. 45cn  2 bdrm townhouse $790. rets  Avail, immed. 1-731-1608 alter 5  pm 45cn  Two bedroom house. Lower Gibsons, view, all appliances. $700  per month. 8853847        45cn  Gibsons. Blue-green carpels, skylights, 3 bedrooms. 1-1/2 baths  totalling over 16X sq ft. ol spacious living, make this view Gibsons townhouse a bright sunny  home. If you will look after it, we  want you 10 live there. N/S. references, $800/mo. 1-9260451 43*  4 bdrm apart., Lower Gibsons,  $7M, Nov. 1. 2 bdrm, $500. Dec.  1. Sechell: 2 bdrm suite. 4 appis..  $7X includes Hydro, cable. Dec.  1. Sue, 886-8389 or Ken 885-  6277. 45cn  Sechell. 2 bedroom. 2 bath home  next to school, 5750/mm. 885-  5991 45cn  2 bdrm watertront house, Selma  Park. $650/month. Avail, immed.  N/S, no pets. 885-5293      44cn  Roberts Creek, 3 bdrm mobile  home on quiet 1/2 acre  $525/monlh. Avail. Nov 1.885-  6089 45cn  2 bdrm bsmt suite, view, fireplace.  ."���JtHas. 1600.8667X7     45cn  Bachelor suite, West Sechelt.  View. Quiet n/s. Avail. Nov. 15  $4X includes utilities. 8855X7.  45cn  2 bedroom, newly renovated  home, tueplace, Lower Road.  Roberts Creek, avail. Nov. 1 $675  plus rJeposit 8863714     E43cn  Gibsons - clue-green carpets, skylights. 3 bedrooms. 1 1/2 baths,  totalling over 16X sq ft ot spacious living, make this view Gibsons townhouse a bright, sunny  home. II you will look after it. we  want you to live there. N S rets..  $800/mo. 1-9260451       E44W  Storage shed. Wharl Road.  Sechell Approx. 2X sq ft. msuiat-  ed. $1Xmonth 885-3982  45cn  Large 3 bdrm duplex, lower Gibsons, anew, no pets. rels. $900. mm  8853225 44w  1 bdrm suite, sp. ns, no pets,  $475mth, utii ana cable incl 885-  2382 44w  GIBSONS. NEW AND SPACIOUS  2 bdrm apartment, dose lo everything, ocean and mountain view,  blinds tnroughout. 3 appi storage,  laundry facilities, parking Avail  Nov 1 $680/mth 885-5659  44w  Gibsons. 2 bdrm house Lower Gibsons Maiestic view, 3 blocks lo  water and town centre $695. 987-  4767 44cn  3 bedroom upper duplex with view.  Davis Bay. $750. Avail. Nov. I.  8856096. E44W  Lower Gibsons ��� beautiful i bdrm  apts. Quiet, new. secure. Blinds,  carpets, laundry, patios. $590 ���  640.8863420 43cn  Roberts Creek. 2 bdrm house,  ocean view, hot tub. 431-9916  4401  1 bedroom above ground basement suite, walk-in closet, private  bath, airtight stove, ceiling tan,  w/d, shared kitchen, newly renovated, avail. Nov. 1. No pets. $3X  plus 1/3 utilities. 8860242 after 4  pm 44cn  Gibsons, lower floor, 2 bdrm,  brighl. washer/dryer, yard, close to  amenities. $6X/mo. 1-469-0622  44cn  View condo. now till June, Secret  Cove, fully lumished 1 bdrm unit  with 5 appis., airtight stove, large  deck. Ideal for working couple or  while you build your new home.  $5O0/mo. plus utilities. 885-6831  44*  2 bdrm downstairs duplex suite, 4  appis., quiet types, n/s, no pets.  Avail. Nov. 15th. $550.8867175  44cn  Shared accommodation available  in nice, new house in Langdale  $375mo. all inclusive 886-7X1  before 9 prri. 43cn  14 > 70 moble home. 4 appl.. avail  Nov ' $650 mc 886-8458 43cn  Bonniebrook. 1 bdrm mobile.  $400 mu 244-8837. leave message 43cn  Two bdrm walertrom conage.  avail now nil May 31 Wood and ol  heat. $600 mo includes cable.  8853273.4363843.        43cn  Roberts Creek:  llUI11.Klll.llf 2  lac'ilmum * family  room mobile liomr  in .iiiuit oriented  p.irk   no pets -  $610  Sechelt:  prestigious, new.  view, i bedroom  townhouse - adult  oriental ��� no pets -  $9->(>  Century West  Realty  .985-2235  Clean, newly painted 2 bdim  bsmt sule. pnvale entrance, yard,  carport, injury facilities N/s prelerred. rets. avail now or Nov 1.  lease $530/mo plus utils. 886-  45X 43cn  Near new Gibsons duplex, spacious, dose to school, mall. 6 appl  No pets. refs. $750/mo. 8859540.  43cn  Gibsons brand new modem bnghl  spacious 1 bdrm. suile NS. no  pets, avail. Nov. 15. $650 886-  49X. ��43W  'Writers inspiration' 3 bdrm walertrom oft Gower Pt Rd.. Gibsons.  Mam floor of house in secluded  landscaped garden. LR, DR. Kit.  f am Rm. i master bdrm.. alt face  the water $995mo. 8867002  E43W  Two bdrm. lownhouse, 1 1/2  baths. 4 appl.. avail, immediately.  88590X. 43cn  Gibsons, small house wilh basement on one acre, 4 appl., avail  Dec. 1, $600/mo. 1-325485543cn  Wanted: person to share home  with view, garden, fruit trees, w/d.  Female preferred, Nov. 1, approx.  $425/mo. 8850363.        43xcn  Redrooffs Rd., 2 bdrm. home,  easy care pnvate lot. Wood, airtight, range, fridge, $750/mo. 885  71Xeves. 43cn  Spacipus 2 bdrm. mobile home,  exc. view, adult park. Small pets,  $450/mo. 883-2459 7 pm-9 pm.  43cn  SPACIOUS, BRIGHT AND NEW  Gibsons 1 bdrm. ground level  suite, spectacular view, private  entrance, parking. One mile to  ferry. Quiet non-smoker, refs req'd,  avail Nov.1. $550/mo., utilities  included. 885X26. 43cn  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation pro.  hibits advertising which discnm-  inates in the rental of property.  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts The  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would bolh be  in contravention ol the legislation and could have a complaint  tiled against Ihem. The Coast  News will therefore not accept  such discriminalory ads.  Sunny 1 bdrm. suite in Bonniebrook. non-smoking, no pels.  aval Nov I, $500/mo. hydro incl  8863575 E43W  Gibsons 1 bdrm. grnd Mr. bright  near beach. $4so plus Arthur 885-  9859. E43W  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland of PEBBLES  REALTY LTD will support your  Residential. Commercial or Industrial investment Pebbles provides  a tull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles al 686-8107 tor details. - l  bdrm, furnished, Hopkins.  $400'mth Two bdrm collage,  Hopkins. S4X TFN  SHARED ACCOMMODATION IN  MY HOME N/S i NO PETS ���  FEMALE PREFERRED s  $350110 NORTH RD. QIBSONS  RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  6X13Xsqft.$300-$11X  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibsons  >Lorne 1-733-9863 or Mane 886  7018 TFN  Gibsons 2000-10.0X square leet.  exposure, nail hurt) lo sut  Wilson Creek, office space 200-  30Xsq.ft. ,$6.00net  Sechell: retail space, new Plan.  1000sq ft.$B00net  Grant Pasty  8B633X TFN  W. Sechelt watertront home, available Dec. $925/mo. 8850168.  ���43W  3 bdrm. lum. oceanlront condominium, all appis., fireplace Adult  complex. Avail. 10 months ot the  year. $9507mo. Call Andrea 885-  4111. ��46W  Upper Gibsons 2 bdrm. town-  house. 5 appl., garage, $675/mo..  Avail. Nov. 1.8867386.    ��43W  Roberts Creek (closer to Gibsons)  house on acreage. 1 bdrm. + den,  new bathrm. Avail. Nov. 1, $7X.  2965215. I43W  Gibsons - 3 bdrm. lamily room,  1000 sq. II. plus, 3 appl., 1 1/2  baths, upper Gibsons, avail. Oct.  1, $6X/mo. plus utils. S.C.M.H.  Park. 8859826. TFN  2 bdrm. house Lower Gibsons.  Fridge, stove, washer 4 dryer. No  pets. Avail. Nov. 1, $675/mo. +  damage deposit. 8B3-96X or 1-  2667478. #43W  TFNa  One bdrm apt by lhe water al  Secrel Cove, $450/mo Pis. call  Hayden 8859366.        S44W  Immaculale 1 bdrm., 4 appis., carpeted, part utility, no pets, rets.,  town ot Sechell. $5X. 434-5347.  I44W  BRAND NEW AND VIEW  2 bdrm. condo w/5 appl. and  garage in Sechelt. CENTURY  WEST REALTY LTD. 6(52235.  ���44W  3? Commcrci.il  For Rent  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities, 885-  2752 or 8659863 51 en  Industrial workshop avail immediately, Gibsons, 750 sq. ft. unit,  $475/mo. 921-6751 43cn  Large shop in Madeira Park. 883-  2498. *44W  3 private olfices. New building  $l95-$2X/mth. Receptionist avail.  Don Sutherland. Pebbles 886-  8107 TFN  Commercial/office space for lease.  1000 sq.ft. comer unit, excellent  exposure, prime location ��� Kem's  Plaza. Contact Walter or Beryl  TFN  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Drivers are needed lor  the Sechell area to  Iransporl people to  medical appointments  locally & to Vancouver.  Expenses will be  reimbursed.  Love the great outdoors!  Several non-profit groups  would love your  asaistance with their  gardens. Flexible hours t  great exercise.  Play piano or guitar? A  seniors activity program  would love to have you  share your talents wilh  them on Weds. 1:30 -  2:30.  Community Services Is  holding a gala dinner  dance on Nov. 28 and  needs your help with  decorations, set-up,  auction and clean up.  Lots of fun!  FOR THESE la MORE  OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION  CENTRE AT  665-5681  A Service funded by The  Ministry of Social Services  Commercial warehouse space,  new building, Hwy 101 t Hough  Rd. Gibsons. Immediate occupancy. 8869719. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  BCYCNA  BfimsH  AND YUKON  COWeJNITY  lewSMPEBS  ASSOCIATION  278  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  for 25  words  $195  $3.70each additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  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-Ires Mon-Fri 1-  800-683-2521.   GOVERNMENT SEIZED/  SURPLUS vehicles. U.S.and  Canadian low as $100.  BMW's, Cadillacs, Chevs,  Fords, Mercedes, Porsches,  trucks, vans. AMAZING free  24-hr recording reveals how  (416)631-4666   CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  light trucks. 6 cylinder Irom  $995,8 cylinder from $1095.  5 year, 100,000 Km. Ltd.  warranty. 7 Days-580-1050,  1-600-665-3570, 856-5828  evenings.   Cummlngs Turbo Diesel  4X4's, Explorers, Vans, 4-  Runners, Dakotas, starling  from $189 month, 0 down  OAC. We deliver anywhere  In B.C. Brian or Don collect  1(604)565-3141.    I0ATS     THE NEW SANTANA 23,  NOW AVAILABLEI  Trallerable: Dry boat and  trailer 2090 lbs. From Trailer  to sailing 7 min. Water  ballasted (1300 lbs), very stiff.  Self furling on jib AND main.  Unique rig I Your 8 year old  can sail III Contact Adrian  Van Kirk, Thunderbird Yacht  Sales (604)666-5832.  BUIL DINO SUPPLIES  DOORS! WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, melal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE! Cell  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at (604)266-1101.   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Importer of automotive, electrical accessories, and decorative hardware, looking for  distributors or agents throughout Canada. Calling on jobbers. Protected territories.  Fax Info (604)599-8633 Gen-  aral Manager.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES       BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Existing or new bicycle dealers wanted for the new legacy  2 BI2 mountain bikes. Selected rural territories are  available. Call Gregg at  Adanac Performance Sports  1-727-9460.  Voicemail SucceSS System  Ground Floor easy turn-key  operation. Residual Income.  Instant cashflow. Financing  available. Packages starting  from $6,000.1-800-291-2259  Ext.9867. Greater  Vancouvercall 291-2259 Ext  9867.  DRUG RAIDSEIZURESI Buy  dirt cheap: Cars, Houses,  Boats, Computers ...Direct  from U.SJCanadlan government. FREE ILLUSTRATED  REPORT: Seizures, Dept.  bc6, #150-1857 West 4th  Vancouver. B.C. B6J 1M4.  NEED BUSINESS FINANCING? We prepare Professional Business and Financing Plans, Bank Proposals,  Financial Projections and  Cash Rows. We have funding sources lor Development,  Expansion and Acquisition  Capital. Carlton Capital Corporation, Bank of Canada  Building, Vancouver, B.C.  (604)665-2223.  ���Ecowater* Since 1925 Is expanding throughout B.C.  Sales Managers, salesmen  and service people required.  Training provided. Fax  Resume lo 761-1508 or  phone 765-4401.  ADVANCE OPPORTUNITY.  RevolutJoiTarydlgtel80-chan-  nel mini-dish satellite system  will rapidly expand home entertainment and communications Industry. Network Marketing. No Inventory. No  Investment. Call (604)746-  5861, 8-6.  MAKE A FORTUNE making  others happy. The ultimate  fundraising tool Is creating  hundreds of new opportunities with incredibly high Incomes. Protected territories  Distributors needed 1-800-  263-1900.  IMPRESSIVE SILKS. Need  Extra Money? Work for yourself sailing silk planls through  houaa parties. No money/experience needed. Excellent  commission. Information:  Jeanne 1-800-667-0355, 1-  594-3250, 1-594-3255.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  College Roommates - Karen,  Wendy and Lisa have exciting Personal Photos of themselves for sale. For discreet  Info wnte to: Spice, Box 670-  GB, Kelowna, B.C. VIY7P4.  Adults only  EDUCATION  Train to 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 -54 58 ort-800-665-8339.  WESTERN CANADIAN  SCHOOL ot Auctioneering,  next course Nov. 30-Dec. 12/  92. For a free brochure call  (403)250-1281 or write to: #5-  2003 McKa-alght Blvd., N.E.,  Calgary, ABT2E 6L2.  HOW TO PLAY POPULAR  PIANO. New home study  course. Fast, easy method.  Guaranteed! FREE information. Write: Popular Music  Studio (6B), 103-1054 Ellis,  Ketowna, B.C. V1Y 1Z1 1-  800-667-0050 Extension 770.  CHEF TRAINING PROGRAM. In just 17 weeks  make your future financially  secure. Join Canada's #1  Industry. Cooking Is a recession-proof career. Short, Intense training. Financial assistance. Gov't funding. Sludent loans. Continuous enrolment. Accommodation  arranged. DUBRULLE  FRENCH CULINARY  SCHOOL, 1522 W. 8th Ave.,  Vancouver, B.C. 738-3155  or Toll-free 1-800-667-7286.  BLANKET CLASSIFED '  AM  An Advertising-Best Buy"l  EMPLOYMENT OPPS.  EXPERIENCE FARM LIFE In  Europe and Australia. All arrangements made for you.  Contact Die International Agricultural Exchange Association, 1501-17 Ave. S.W.,  Calgary, ABT2TOE2.  FOR SALE MSC  NEWI Catalogue loaded with  uncommon products of British  Columbia -many handcrafted.  Gilts, gourmet foods, books,  games, jewellery, leisure *  craft products, toys, art prints,  Christmas 6 greeting cards,  art 4 toy kite, soaps 5 personal  care, designer candles, sculp-  tures.uniquehouseholditerns,  stoneware, novelties, much  morel Merchandise unconditionally guaranteed. Get your  copy nowl Only S3 (your 1st  order gets $5 discount).  Sargeants Mercantile, PO Box  2188, Vancouver, B.C. V6B  3V7.   WHOLESALE PRICED craft  supplies: Baskets, silk flowers, lace, craft kits, ribbon,  wicker, gifts. Send $2, 48  page catalogue: Crysbl  Crafts, R.R.S3, High River,  AB.TIVIN3.   SEPTIC TANKSI WATER  TANKSI High strength  polyethylene tanks lor low  producing wells/rain water.  110-1300 Imp. gal. Lowest  prices, warranty. Premier  Plastics, Delta, Collect  (604)640-9080.   GARDEN! NO  ONE STOP GREENHOUSE  SHOP, B.C. Greenhouse  Builders Ltd., 7425 Hedley  Ave., Burnaby, B.C. V5E2R1.  FREE BROCHURE.  Aluminum/Glass or  Alumlnum/Acrylite SDP, Double-walled Greenhouses,  Solariums and complete line  of Greenhouse Accessories.  Telephone (604)433-4220,  Fax 433-1265.  HELPWANTEO  W.T. Rawlelgh Homecare  Products Dealers needed.  Part or Full-time. New plan,  excellent opportunity. Call  COLLECT (604)795-5591 for  details.   HELPWANTEO  FASHION FORTUNEI Are  you plugged Into MA  CHERIE'S electricity ot excitement? Earn 45% profit  selling QUALITY LINGERIE.  Call MA CHERIE 1-800-661-  3305.   LIVESTOCK  Horse t Livestock Trailers.  Steel or Aluminum, New or  Used. Fealherllte. Circle J  Trallswest ��� We Deliver- Sundae Trailer Sales,  B.C. 530-5129, 1-800-!  9993.   MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Save thousands on dealer  mark-up. We'll custom build  mobile homes to suit your  needa. Doubles, singles,  modulars. Phone for details:  Noble Homes, Edmonton  (403)447-3414/447-2333.  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLO  forunpaldtaxes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on both write: Properties,  Depl CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C3J1.  WE PAY CASH for Income  producing properties, any  size, condition, area or location. Contact: Mr. Aah  (604)582-0130, Max  (604)535-6844 or Fax details  lo: (604)582-7616:   INVESTORS or FAMILY  OPERATION. B.C. MOTEL  SHOPPING CENTRE, R.V.  PARK and room to expand.  Leases show $225,000 Nat  with a potential of $307,000  net In 2 years. LISTED at  $1,775,000 -TERMS -Contact: Henry Deanoyer,  TRADELANDREALTYLTD.,  Vernon, B.C. (604)545-5325,  Evenings 542-8712, Fax:545-  4873 or Pager 1-977-0754.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer lor  24 yeara. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  Sesavallable.lnjuredlnB.C.  CH-Jy.    Cruise Ship Jobs!  Earn $300/$9OO weekly. Yesr  round positions. Hiring men/  women. Free rm/board. Will train.  Call 1-504-646-4500 Ext. C305  24hrs. 43cn  "CARETAKER*  Semi- or retired. Like gardening or  looking lor a fishing haven? We  need you! For Pender Harbour  estate, new suite lor low rem-for  right person. 1-9366918 eves.  4501  The Canadian National Institute lor  the Blind is inviting applications lor  the position ol Community Canvasser. This is a part-time, year-  round employment opportunity tor  someone who wishes to work Irom  their home on s permanent part-  time basis. 350 East 36th Ave.,  Vancouver V5W1C6 or 321-2311.  Wendy Springlord. 43cn  Smitty's Marina needs gas dock  attendant for Sundays and Mondays. Contact Doug at 686-7711  TFN  New Sunshine Coast Optometrlc  Practice requires receptionist.  Ophthalmic dispensary skills and  knowledge oi contact lenses a welcome asset. Send handwritten  resumes to Box 386 c/o Box 460  Coast News, Gibsons        44w  Pro-Fund Distributors Ltd. has  Immediate openings for experienced mutual funds sales agents.  Good commission. Contact Carol  Oppelt al 885-1926 or send  resume to Box 5, Murray's Site,  Halfmoon Bay, BC VON 1Y045cn  Elphie's Cabaret is now accepting  applications lor waitresses. See  Chris or Michelle. TFN  1200-1000 WEEKLY Assemble  products al home. Easyl No selling. You're paid direct. Fully guaranteed. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-  2985 Copyright ��8Cl04DH.��45cn  Roberls Creek Legion is accepting  applications for the position ol  cook lor Sal. evenings. The successlul applicant will receive an  sftracllve ajrmlssion on the number ol plates sold. Contact Don at  8867424 aft. 6 pm. TFN  Clerical help 2-3 days/wk. in Gibsons office. Exp. with computerized sect, and spreadsheets and  word processing desirable. Present resume to Alpine Truss Co.  Ltd., S-6, C-17, RR1, Gibsons, BC   TFN  Part lime bartender ��� apply lo  Royal Canadian Legion 109 with  resume, 8*1, C-56, RR2, Gibsons. VON 1V0 TFN  Delivery dnver/cashier/wailer/wail-  ress. Apply in person lo New  China kitchen. #43cn  Experienced waiter/waitress part-  time evenings, El Nino. 8653891.   TFN  Musicians for Thursday nighl  entertainment. Contact Terry at the  Jolty Roger. TFN  THE WHOLE NINE YEAR DS  GARDEN SERVICES  Lawn care, landscaping, pruning,  weeding, yard cleanup, commercial or residenlial. Grant 8859585  or 1-8894249 45w  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bath tuts, sinks baths, and  shower panels. CSA approved  Free estimales Tom Sealy. 863-  2978 45w  TEMPORARY  OFFICE RECEPTION  AND SECRETARIAL SERVICES  Secretary on holidays'' Called in  sick? Paper work piling up7 For  efficient and reliable service call  Tara 8853675 44w  Quality construction and Renovations. Fancy woodwork lorn B86-  2844 45cn  Williams Renovation and Repair  20 yrs. experience. Call Steve aqt  8868783. ��49W  SPECIAL TOUCHES  CLEANING SERVICE  Residenlial-commercial-marine.  Bonded-insured 865-4457   44*  PAINTING  i.tanfilrt'htkwirlk'siitn  MASOMMIUnS  spam  hwv awmot NCOUIMf  mmM-mmam  BECKY'S WORD PROCESSING  Fast, reliable service. Reasonable  rates. 8857733. ��45W  GREAT PAINTER  REASONABLE RATES  SAM 666-2750  I44W  LAWN 6 GARDEN  Lawn Mowing, Weeding, Hedge  Trimming. Pruning, Spraying, General Clean-up. Call Jan 686-0160.  ���44W  IMPUTING  ��� Computerized Accounting  ��� Computer Troubleshooting  ��� Software Installation  ,     885-4009  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, free estimates,  References available. 886-3463  Free, no obligation retirement  planning consultation: RRSPs,  RRIFs, cash investments, children's accounts. Contact Carol  Oppelt, Pro-Fund Distributors Ltd.  Twenty years experience. 885-  1926,leave message, or 732-  3249. 43cn  ACDC CARPENTRY  Twenty years experience. Reasonable rales, free estimates. Al, 885  3411. 43cn  FISHERMEN" DIVERS  SIGHTSEERS  New year round charters, exceptional rales. Phone 885-0203 or  cellular 220-7189. 43cn  ��mm8mmfmmv*K*m  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Bruce Fraser  885-9876  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  RICK'S CARPET CLEANING  One room special, $29.50; 5 room  special, $99.50. Call 8859899.  43W  HOMEOWNERS  PETER-S REMODELLING  General Home Maintenance. Carports - Fenong ��� Sundecks ��� Additions, etc Boat maintenance and  island service. For more into  please call 865-1961 or Pager  8855111     ��43-V  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping- Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal. Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates 685-2109.  TFN  Sharpening A Repairs  lo all cutting tools Including  Mowei Blades t Chalnsaws  >���  Janli Hirrop  ___2____}in  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big oi small,  bonded and reliable. 884-5324 or  8852312 0:866-0436        TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems'' Garden oul of  control'' Need Iree pruning, hedge  shaping7 Friendly, reliable service.  Fully insured Commercial S residential. Relerences available.  FRED 8863526. TFN  Williams Renovation and REpair.  20 yrs experience. Call Steve at  8858783 49w  Experienced Carpenter 15 years  experience, lirm rates. Free estimates, no job too small or too  large. Bruce 685-9576.     ��45W  Careful Carpenter - designer with  many other skills is available lor  renovations that require ingenuity  and creativity. No contracting. Will  feed the cat. Rob Koenig. 883-  2882 43cn  Fabulous cook, 15 years exp. 883-  9981. Prefer fine dining.     45cn  New hemes and home plans.  Additions and renovations. 33 yrs.  experience. Dave886-3171.S45W  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery t  POWRFL��.ir*XK.|att��IT!D  EQUIPMENT  BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS  _{_____)  mm-  HELPLINE'  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, sfairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 8866095        TFNs  a WALLPAPERING  PRESSURE WASHING  QwltyWortomnsHp  FREE ESTIMATES  8834843  Honest and reliable woman will do  house cleaning and yard work.  Call Maty Sal.-Tues. 8856145.  ���45W  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions ��� Bath ��� Kitchen ���  Painting ��� Drywall ��� Wallpaper  6653792 Stefan Parry      46w  CONSTRUCTION CO.  REQUIRES WORK  Form-lrame-finish-commercial-res-  idential. Hourly or contract. 885-  3574 44w  House cleaning and yard work,  reliable, refs. avail. 8867041 or  8868010. 44cn  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, firm rates.  Free estimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 665-9576. #45W  SEBERRY SERVICES  Grass cutting, weed whacking,  gutters cleaned, window washing.  Call RICHARD SEBERRY 685-  9899. #43W  Reliable man available tor fall  cleanup, hedge trimming, blackberries, lawns, elc. (no truck). Rob  6863822. I43W  Experienced reliable watchman  avail, now, any location, part or full  time. 8855937 message, Site 56.   ��43W  CLASS 1 TRUCK DRIVER 11 yrs.  exp. wants P/T or reliel work.  Qualified to operate almosl every  industrial vehicle combination  Including 'A11 'B' trains. Have  clean drivers abstract. Will start  $12/hr. Call Keith B83-2725.S43W  Carpentry, renovations, additions.  6y hour or contract. Call 8653107.  44w  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays /1600  sq. ft. upper storage space, office  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 8868204. ss  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  8853917. TFNs  Chainsaw bucking and brushing,  refs. 6857647. I43W  Compaq Bobcat Services  Excavating -Backfilling  Retaining Wails -Trenching  l^dscaraConslrijction  Dralnage  666-1536  TFN Coast News Classifieds Hi  Coast News, October 26, 1992  19  2622  3930  Dancing Bear Early Childhood  Centre has spaces lor preschool  age children. Fully qualified ECE  staff. 8655607 44.  Loving mom will care for your did  in my home in Langdale F/T or  P/T. 8862254 t45W  Part-time sittsr required alter  school, Madeira Park area. Phone  farm 863-2877 or 883-27374531  Jack 6 Jill Pre-Echool has openings for 3 t 4 yr olds To rer-ster  6862528. TFN  Rainbow Preschool Roberts  Creek, enroll now for Oct. Joyce  8666096. TFN  Lucrative candy vending machines  tor sale. Requires only 1 or 2  days/month. $20,000 lirm. 866-  7356 aft. 6pm. I43W  HotwtA rawER nooucrs  * IUKQVAIINA  a-OMSTt GARDEN  ntOOUCTS  Forest A Garten Dealerships  available fur Sea lidt  ��� all IXirhn at  Tidellne Loa-aerine.  ������9-4141  tnK_____W_U)NU  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of Forests  SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION  In the matter of Bridge Painting and  Maintenance of the Appleton Creek Bridge  #1 on the Theodosia Forest Service Road  6423.01.  Owner: Ministry of Forests  Take notice that substantial completion has  been given as of October 14,1992.  T*R Contracting Ltd.  4738 Bourne.. Avenue  Powell River, British Columbia  VIA 38)  File: 942-6423.01  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of Forests  SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION  In the matter of Road Construction on the  East Wilson Forest Service Road southeast  ol Sechelt.  Owner: Ministry of Forests  Take notice that substantial completion has  been given as of September 24,1992.  Contractor: Doug Sladey Log Sort Ltd.  P.O. Box 27  Madeira Park, British Columbia  VON2HO  File: 942-8383.01  "odeb. GENERAL TIRE  235/75R-15 All Season  flfl   ^  WALTS PRICE  75 OOOkm  Troad  Wt'Cirout Warranty  BALANCE** INSTALATIONFREE  HANKOOK 909  Snow Radial From  80. 75. & 60      tAf\\ HJB  Series m Slock     ���*����� mWOmWrnW  Lifetime Road  War rarity  with any 2 fire purchase you get FOR THE UFE OF THE TIRE  FREE FLAT REPAIR TDK ROTATION *% BALANCE  HWY lOl GIBSONS  ii  NEWS TIPS.^885^3930  For rant: 3 bdrm house in Port  MeilorVLangdaie, walk to terry and  beaches, gorgeous ocean view,  fenced garden, Iruit trees and  good neighbours. Professional  couple, no pels preferred, 1 yr  lease and refs require. $950/mth.  Avail. Nov. 15-Dec/92.686-9427  45w  Help Wanled: Part-time nanny  required, car an asset. 866-3540  or 886-8107 (ask lor Elaine). 45*  Province of  British Columbia  mmt__f  Ministry of Forests  NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE  The Sechelt/Roberts Forest Service Road  Branch 03 will be closed indefinitely due to  winter deactivation works. This Branch  intersects the Sechelt/Roberts Forests  Service Road (B&K road) approximately  4.4 kilometres up from Highway 101.  For further inlormation, please call the  Sunshine Coast Field Office at 885-5174  or the District engineering staff  at the Powell River Office, 485-9831.  Province of  British Columbia  mm___y  Ministry of Forests  SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION  In the matter of Culvert Installation on the  Sechelt/Wilson Forest Service Road in the  Sechelt area.  Owner: Ministry of Forests  Take notice that substantial completion has  been given as of September 25,1992.  Ray Hansen Trucking and Contracting Ltd.  P.O. Box 218, Maderia Park,  British Columbia VON2HO  File: 942-7575.05  ephemera  SPCA news  This lovely white neutered  male Is waiting at the SPCA  for a good home.  Phone the SPCA, 885-4771.  .  5 YEARS AGO  Fisheries officer Randy Tan-  cock reports that fish are  milling around at the mouths of  creeks and rivers on the Sunshine Coast but are unable to  move up to the spawning  grounds due to the unusually  low water levels.  Albert and Judith Cook don't  have any complaints about the  lack of rain this year. Besides  producing almost 700 cans of  vegetables their garden also  . yielded a spaghetti squash  weighing 80 pounds and a 130  pound pumpkin.  10 YEARS AGO  Approximately 200 Coast  residents and 70 vehicles disrupted ferry service for the  11:50 am sailing at Langdale in  a protest meant lo call attention  to the curtailment of ferry service to the Sunshine Coast.  When Ihe ferry arrived, vehicles and passengers were  allowed to disembark, but no  traffic boarded for the return  sailing.  15 YEARS AGO  Local boat builder wants to  construct the Black Eyes 11 right  here in Gibsons to challenge  Bluenose II.  25 YEARS AGO  The Coppings representing  Volkswagen on the Sunshine  Coast report many new features  in the 1968 models.  35 YEARS AGO  A desire lo organize some  form of Board of Trade encompassing Powell River, Pender  Harbour, Sechelt and Gibsons  was expressed at a smorgasbord  in Madeira Park attended by  250 people.  45 YEARS AGO  A PTA meeting in Sechelt  stresses the need for a hall in  the community.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday Oct 27,7:00pm  Childrens Special with Graham Walker  7:30pm  Araboolies  A musical from Roberts Creek school's drama program.  "*'     8:15pm  World Vision in Somalia  Bryant and Donna Bail explain how you can help.  8:30pm  Muddy Bill's and The Monster Trucks  Highlights of the muddy weekend in Gibsons.  Wednesday Oct 28,7:00pm  Coast Profiles  Stan Dixon's guest this month is Gilbert Joe  8:00pm  It's Cool to be Yourself Video Contest.  8:30pm  The Two Notes, Celebrating the 80s  Steve White and Jack Inglis are back !!  Thursday Oct 29,7:00pm  Acronyms Galore "Live" phone-in  T.L.R.U.P., I.W.M.P., F.O.R.A.C, F.E.N. Join host Dan Bouman.  8:00pm  Arts Update  Chuck Tkachuk brings you news on arts-related events.  8:30pm  Womens Resource Centre "Live" phone-in  Tune in for more information on programming.  Oof o  ,TOJ*  Coll our  editorial  department  in Gibsons  al 886-2622  or in Seche'"  al 885-3930  SUNCO  RECYCLED BUILDING (MATERIALS LTD.  Quality Used Materials On The Sunshine Coast  THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS  ��� 3-0x7-0 Solid Corn Doors  ��� 2-6x6-8 Hollow Core Doors  ��� Double Glazed Windows  ��� Aluminum Storm Door  ��� Stainless Steel Double Sinks  ��� Bath Tub, Basin & Toilet Sel  ��� 8' lighl Track wilh 2 Lights  ��� GasTurnace, 86,000 BTU,  ��� Gas 30 Gal. 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John  Bdmondson and Gordon Steele  Roy Ronaghan, an educational consultant  who has been a Gambier resident for four  years, believes lhat the role of lhe Trust is  the key issue in this election. Ronaghan sites  excerpts from a series of forums held in  island communities this summer al which  many residents voiced a negative opinion of  Ihe Trust. Ronaghan says people are feeling  alienated from those they have elected to  serve on the Trust.  Ronaghan's focus is to prov ide leadership  as a trustee which would be accountable to  Ihe people. "I want lo empower people by  engaging them in lhe decision making pro  cess as fully as their time will permit. We  need the collective wisdom of a wide cross  section of the people on all matters." Ronaghan says he would make reports and information on advisory commission meetings  more widely available.  "I want us lo be aware of Ihe pros and lhe  cons of developmem," Ronaghan said. "We  can't hide our heads in the sand. We're al a  turning poin< in these islands. I do lake  strong issue wilh Ihe way development frequently destroys the landscape and surroundings. We can have whal we enjoy complelely changed if we don'l have guidelines."  John Kdmondson, a (iambier resident for  the past five years, is the sile manager for  Camp FIRCOM. A member of lhe Area  Planning Committee for the pasl year,  Edmonson thinks development is a key  issue. "You can't have an area like ihis. only  20 minutes from Vancouver and noi expect  development. I think we need an approach to  see what kind of development residents  want. We musl look at what island resources  can maintain. We need direct input from the  communities.  "I think Ihe pressure from the city will  force development. If we have community  plans in place, we will be better able to  direct that development," he said.  "The trust sets policy for land use. Should  we have a road connecting the cluster communities on Gambier, or should we limit  roads and maintain water access? If you  limit roads you limit the speed of development. I am for limiting roads.  "Some of the changes I'd like to see  include easier accessibility for electors to  exercise Iheir right lo vote."  Gordon Steele, who owns a residence on  Gambier and is employed as a technician for  BC Telephone, declined to be interviewed.  COOPER HOCKEY LOCKER Deluxe El_  ��*��. reg. 79.98  -Kt ^ EASTON GX800 Fl.. __.  ....  d "*���I999s $_6���r98   \ VIC 209 Full Leather Glove _t ��� IfMllI  ft___T+* reg. 169.98 * le-jy-**  f WW   SHERWOOD S4070'reg. 63.98 $_W��__m  Adult Hockey Glove    ~"f  CCM452 SUPERTACKS Men's Skates * reg. 249.98  $219*  CCM252 SUPERTACKS Men's Skates ��� reg. 199.98  CCM WINTER CLUB - Women's Deluxe  Full Leather Figure Skates ��� reg. 124.98  s. ���������''���!/S  3 CSA SKI MACHINES tmnnna  D.P. UO lb. Vinyl Weight Set  sale  110 lb. 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