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While some quarreled with  the format ("A reid debate  might have been less boring",  observed a young woman about  halfway through the evening),  the fact remains that Concerned  Citizens were attempting to give  14 eager candidate as much exposure as possible, to say  nothing of desiring to actively  involve the audience and the  representatives of the media.  Mike McCormick, a  distinguished looking gentleman  whose chore as Moderator  (largely introducing the can  didates and caning on one .person or another for questions)  was partially sabotaged by the  insufficient lighting, a condition  which gave him problems while  reading,   otherwise   lent   a  dignified, almost solemn note to  the occasion.  Each aldermanic candidate  was introduced and then called  on to speak for three minutes.  Most   were   visibly   (and  Sechelt mayoral candidate Roger Lagasse indicates some of his  areas of concern. ��� Jan Michael Sherman pholo  understandably) nervous, and  more than a few sets of notes  and mini-speeches fluttered in  trembling hands. For the most  part these opening remarks were  re-statements of platform positions already disseminated  publicly, but repetition is one of  the cardinal rules of effective  political communicating.  A goodly number of the  hopefuls expressed their belief  in and fervent committment to  sewers for Sechelt.  "It's the first of my  priorities!", averred incumbent  alderman Doug Reid.  Newcomer Peggy Wagner  was the lone dissenting voice insofar as the sewer issue was concerned. "I have a feeling we can  ; do without sewers for a long,  long time. I'm really concerned  about (the) sewage plant at  Davis Bay Beach. Septic tanks  are fine, and they're one way of  slowing down development."  The issue of planning was hit  v on by virtually every candidate,  the consensus .being, not surprisingly, that what the District  of Sechelt needs is careful, visionary, step-by-step, short-  and-long-term planning which  accomplishes as much as is  humanly possible for the least  number of dollars.  Alderman Mike Shanks took  the opportunity to tout his  knowledge of and experience  working with "...complex bylaws. Only good planning can  lead to lower tax rates for  citizens." The fad that this pronouncement was not greeted  with some form of ovm enthusiasm from the audience  might have had something to do  with an ingrained cynicism  about the propensity of taxes to  move in the direction suggested  by Shanks.  Bob Wilson, the ebullient incumbent alderman, greeted the  crowd with one of the more effusive and congenial openers  when he said "This is the best  forum���in attendance���that  I've ever been to." going on to  note in answer to a question  "I've always been accessible to  the voters (of Sechelt)���unlike a  (certain) Council membw who  got an unlisted phone number  three days after the election!"  Energetic newcomer Don  Rose, who has his eyes fixed  squarely   on   the   aldermanic  prize, demanded to know  "How are we financing all our  expansion? Are we getting  enough (money) from the province? If I'm elected, I'm gonna  find out how other municipalities and towns pay for  their expenses .and development."  Another newcomer, alder-  manic candidate Phil Kevill,  contended that "Sechelt has  two problems", upon which a  wag seated behind this reporter  snickered into his fist "Only  two?"  "Those two problems .are  growth and financial responsibility", intoned Kevill, adding  that "There is so much expense  in growth. (Pause). We should  be slowing down on growth���a  bit���and keeping control of our  finances."  If the level of the discourse on  the part of the candidates was  pretty much meat-and-potatoes  and less than inspired, in  fairness it must be noted that  the majority of questions posed  by the public and the press fell  short of being crisply-focused  provocative, and few, if any,  Ptease tum to pace 6  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast    25' per copy on news stands  November 12,1990    Volume 44    Issue 46  Indian land claims  Province accepts Sechelts'  position - now it's up to the Feds  .Chief Tom Paul of the  Sechelt Indian Band and Deputy Premier Rita Johnston announced late last week that the  ' province has acigpted the local  band's land claim for review.  "We welcome this move by  the province," said Chief Paul.  "Now we hope that the federid  government can soon find the  way to enable our self-  governing band to complete the  Sechelt' dream of justice, certainty, finality and contribution. Then we can take our  rightful place within Canada."  The federal government has,  up until now, rejected the  Setchelt claim, although it has  beten under review by Ottawa  since 1984. The sticking point,  from Ottawa's point of vietw, is  that as an urban band with  much of its traditional territory  "...alienated and develop^,",  the Sechelt Indian Band cannot  easily establish a continuing  historic use and occupancy of  land to the satisfaction of the  current restrictive federal claims  policy.  As a result, the band's concern for third-party interests has  resulted in a federally-stalled  claim.  The situation, however, appears to be changing. As quoted  in the Paul-Johnston communique issued on November 6,  Native Affairs Minister, Jack  Weisgerber, noted that  "(Federal)   Indian   Affairs  Indicating a portion of the Sechelts' traditional lands, Chief  Tom Paul reviews his Band's land claim proposal.  ���Jan Mie-havl Sherman pholo  Minister, Tom Siddon has indicated that a federal review of  the policy affecting the Sechelt  Band's claim-is actively unde;-  Way."  How active and how far  underway Ottawa's move is to  change its claims policy at least  insofar as the Sechelt Indian  Band is concerned remains to be  seen. "We haven't got that (the  policy change) in writing," said  Deputy Native Affairs Minister  Eric .Denhoff, adding "but  we're hopeful they will accept  Sechelt very quickly."  The band's land claim proposal, which runs 20 pages, was  submitted to British Columbia  in October 1989. It calls for a  $54 million cash settlement as  well as a 50-50 split of natural  resources.  According to Chief Paul this  figure amounts to some $70,000  for each of the 760 band  members. "That's what they've  negotiated on other land  claims," said Paul, referring to  a land claim settlement made by  Ottawa in the Northwest Territories.  Not everyone is pleased with  the Sechelt Band's proposal.  "It's not a land claim, it's a  straight cash deal," complained  Saul Terry, president of the  Union of BC Indian Chiefs.  Terry added that "I think it  may have beeen too shortsighted."  "It's just sour grapes," an  amused Tom Paul replied when  asked about Terry's remarks.  "This kind of attitude's been  going on with Saul Terry for a  long time."  Five of seven candidates contesting the seats in Rural Area 2 were at the Roberts Creek School last  week meeting with parents. Left to right, Mariette Berinslein, Lynn Chapman, Joe Horvath, Jakob  Knaus, and Pat Stuart. Not present were Judy Wilson, in hospital, and Unora Joe.  ���John Bumsldt pholo  Fifteen candidates seek  seven School Board seats  School Board elections this  year have generated widespread  interest with 15 candidates coming forward to contest seven  Trustee positions.  One position in Rural Area I  is being contested by Shirley  Hall and Lynne Munroe.  Voting stations are at the Egmont Community School,  Pender Harbour Aulo Court,  the Pender Harbour School of  Music in Ihe Ranger Station,  and Halfmoon Bay Elementary  School.  In Sechelt, incumbents  Maureen Clayton and Carol  Adams arc being challenged by  Mary Bland and Francis  Konopasek.  Polling stations are at the  Municipal  Office  in  Sechell.  West Sechelt Elementary School  and Davis toy Elementary  School.  In Gibsons, newcomer Barbara Hopkins is running against  Ihe incumbent Shawn Cardinall.  The polling station is at the  Marine Room (below the Public  Library) at 474 South Fletcher  Road.  In Rural Area 2, Mariette  Berinslein, Joe Horvath, Jakob  Knaus and Judy Wilson will  challenge incumbents Lynn  Chapman, Pat Stuart and  Lenore Joe.  Polling stations are at the  Sechelt Indian Band office,  Roberts Creek Elementary  School, Cedar Grove School  and Langdale Elementary  School.  All polls are open on  November 17 from 8 am to 8  pm.  On the inside.  Lettera to the Editor Pagea 3,25.26  Gurnet) challenged Page 5  The political clutter Page 7  School Board candidates.. .Pagea 14.15 & 30  Gibsons candidates    Gospel Rock limbo  The Gibsons Chamber of Commerce Is sponsoring an All  ���Candidates meeting featuring Gibsons mayoral and aldermanic candidates for the coming election. It will take place In  the Conference Room of the Cedars Inn on Wednesday,  November 14 at 7 pm.  SPCA wins point  Tlte Sunshine Coast Society for the Prevenlion of Cruelty  to Animals (SPCA) is lobbying the Town of Gibsons lo  release young, adoptable animals out of the pound and into  their can.  SPCA representative Jim .Brown says "This Is a benefit not  Just to Gibsons but to the whole community including  Sechelt. We keep (the animals) for 10 days before putting  them down, try to find them homes and are very successful.  You keep them for 72 hours and then put them down at a cost  of $50 plus. You require us to get them out for $25. Yearly,  we save taxpayers $500 but pay $250 for them."  Council agreed tlie savings and the service were worth enn-  siderallon and motioned to allow the SPCA a one year trial  peifod.  Gibsons Council passes buck  by Joel Johnstone  Development at Gospel Rock  is in a state of limbo awaiting  the arrival of a new Gibsons  Town Council and, according  to Town Planner Rob Buchan,  zoning applications and fees  submitted by developer Hayden  Killam have .been returned.  Mayor Diane Strom, reading  from a statement supported by  Aldermen John Reynolds and  Ken Collins, declared "The only way council can satisfactorily  extract itself from stalemate and  the issue is to turn it over to the  people council represents as an  election issue."  "The issue is not dead  though," Buchan says. Killam,  as owner, can re-apply at any  time or put the land up for sale  if he so chooses. "This issue  won't go away."  With Aldermen Lilian  Kunstler and Gerry Dixon opposed to re-zoning amendments  which would allow the proposed  development to proceed, Strom  seees no need to cast a vote  because "I have been forwd into the position of contributing  to  the  deadlock   because   I  is  favour a higher density for the  area..." Along with Alderman  John Reynolds, it might be  noted for Strom to cast a vote at  all, would not settle the matter.  Friends of Gospel Rock  Member Lola Westell says the  BC Municipalities Act would require the Mayor to vote in  favour of the majority of council, but Strom counters this by  saying she is not contravening  the act because she is not  voting.  Alderman Ken Collins has  abstained from voting because  of a mutual agreement between  lawyers representing landowner  Hayden Killam, the Friends of  Gospel Rock, and the Town of  Gibsons, forcing the two to one  defeat of by-law 555-43 and  amendments to the Official  Community Plan to stand.  Killam threatened court action over the procedural delays  to re-zoning applications and  this, Strom state, has forced  the issue out of the existing  political arena.  Council hopes to sidestep the  dilemma by leaving any further  decision to an incoming council  based on election results from  November 17, should Killam reapply in the future.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  u 2. Coast News, November 12,1990  comment:.  Some choices  We do not normally here at the Coast News endorse  electoral candidates in municipal elections. This year,  however, we are prepared to make a modified exception  or two.  This newspaper has, on occasion, been harshly  critical of the administration of the Town of Gibsons.  In a recent contretemps with outgoing alderman John  Reynolds, Publisher John Burnside offered the unqualified opinion that the performance of the present  administration has been so weak, error-ridden, and vi-  sionless, thai no member deserved to be on council in  1991.  For that reason, as we survey the candidates, we cannot support Alderman Gerry Dixon in his bid for  mayor. The town in our judgement needs a new broom  and needs it badly. There is some serious sweeping that  needs doing and Dixon doesn't seem equipped to  recognize what is debris and what is not.  We, after some soul-searching, have judged Eric  Small as being the mayoralty candidate most likely to  come to grips with the town's problems. We do so with  some misgivings about the machine approach that Small  has been persuaded to by power brokers whose credibility in the town is much less than their candidate's.  The man is new enough to be untainted, apparently  experienced and intelligent enough to be effective, and  worthy of support. Larry Labonte thinks so; he signed  Small's papers and Labonie is alone in the past 12 years  in serving in the town's top spot with dignity, integrity  and intelligence.  In a nutshell, we have been persuaded that a vote for  Eric Small is not a vote for John Kavanagh and  therefore endorse the candidate.  Also worthy of consideration, we believe, is  newcomer to the local political scene Margaret Morrison. Hers is a presence which bespeaks intelligence and  integrity, compassion and ability. Her credentials are  impeccable and we support her unreservedly. For the  rest, you pays your money and you takes your chances.  In Seechelt, after close and thoughtful consideration and  evaluation, we have concluded that Nancy MacLarty is a  is temperamentally and otherwise best-suited for the  municipality's top position. She brings a wit, open-  mindedness, a feel for creative alternatives, and a fine  compassion which are refreshing attributes that may  well prove invaluable.  For the rest, any time Joyce Kolibas offers to serve  she deserves support and nobody here has to tell Sechelt  that. The other candidates in the main have indicated  which mayoralty candidate they support and given our  view of MacLarty as the best candidate the best of the rest  should follow.  John W.D. Burnside  Jan Michael Sherman  Questions  Compared to the excitement in the municipalities  there is little action in the regional district. Directors  Gurney and Wilson face challenges and nobody in Area  E or Area A is looking to us to tell them how to vote.  The letter we carry on Page 3 from Tom Reid,  however, we recommend to your attention. It refutes  the current somewhat somnolent, but occasionally passionate, view that the regional board can do no wrong.  Mr. Reid's story seems to bespeak a punitive and vindictive use of government power against someone who  dared to protest. Gurney and Wilson actions as the  mover and the seconder of the motion that saw a lien attached to the home of a hospitalized taxpayer, invite  questions that should be asked of them in the upcoming  election, in our view.  Publisher's  postscript  There has .been a flurry of concern, as usual semi-  hysterical, emanating from the Gibsons' electorate about  the 'Team' approach to municipal politics. The backlash  was not only predictable, but indeed predicted.  We agree with the basic premise that a mixture of minds  is probably desirable. Having said that, to vote the entire  slate out would be as irrational and ill-advised as voting  the whole slate in.  Face it, there have been backroom movers and shakers  active in local elections on the Coast for years. The same  power brokers who are drawing so much fire this year  have been responsible for the election and selection of  every leading municipal politician in Gibsons except Larry  Labonte for the past dozen years.  It is not a crime to get organized or to finance candidates. If the apathetic grumble about the active, that is  thdr lot.  A wholesale acceptance of the 'Team' is not desirable.  Neither is a wholesale rejection of its members.  The Sunshine  mn #iti  r.bit.h.4 bV GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor:  Jan Mtchul Sherman  Advertising  Fran Burnside  Ron* Nicholson  Mgt:  John Gilbert  Jean Broccoli  Production: Jan Scheiki  Jackie Phelan  Bonnie McHelky  Office Meji:  Anne Thomsen  Brian McAndrewi  Dee Grant  BIU Rogers  Bev Cranslon  TIM SUNSHINE COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast. BC every Monday by Glasslord  Press Ltd., Box 460. Gibsons. BC VON IVO. Gibsons 8862622 or  ,9867617: Sechell 885-3930: Pender Harbour 883-9099: Gibsons  Fax 8867725. Sechelt Fax 885-3954. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  Tha Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part ol It by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing is first secured from Glasslord Press Ltd., holders of the  copyright SUBSCRIPTION RATES  CanMti: 1 year 135; 6 months 120; Foreign, t year 140  Anyone other than me!  Many of us apparently do not  like ourselves as we are. But we  are not particularly thrilled with  the idea of attempting to bring  about any radical metamorphoses within ourselves. In the  hope that we might uncover bid  actualize that Real Self wlftn  lurks cringing and gasping for  the means to self-expression in  the wings of our silted-oVer  theatre of our inner Being.  So out of fear as to just what  we might discover about ourselves (and just who we might  prove to be should we simply  dive over the cliff of spontaneous self-expression) we project, instead, our most fervid  imaginings of what our most  ideal self-image should be onto  the external world.  We pick and choose from  among a seemingly endless  variety of "ideal types", seeking  to emulate those whose own  physical,   spiritual,   psycho  logical, and material attitudes  and facets have been blended in  such a way as to approximate  what we (very secretly) see as  reflations of the phony self-  image and persona we are trying  to create for ourselves if ever so  ephemerally and vicariously.  And what of the pandering,  corrupt, single-mindedly profit-  oriented North American mass  culture which a few individuals  manage to remain "in" without  being part "of? It is pimp-  quick and eager to cater to the  sad herds of existential wannabees who, having given up on  their authentic selves, wannabee  somebody else.  Preferably someone with a  "better body" (comparison being the champion of discontent  and discord, the bane of Unity),  more perfwt looks (insert your  own list of body parts and facial  characteristics here, oh ye diehard masochists!), more "personal power", greater athletic  prowess, more and greater sex  appeal, a more expansive  vocabulary, a better job, a sense  of humour like Steve Martin,  the patience of Job, all the  known attributes of God, and  all the most appealing ones of  the Devil.  With people who are not  satisfied with who they  are���and are disinclined to do  anything truly worthwhile  about it���life, it would appear,  consists of an anxiety-ridden  wait for a Christmas which  never comes and a wish list  which can only be tolerated by  living   vicariously   through  others.  And when I speak of the  "Wannabees" among us, 1 do  so as one who has witnessed someone I love and cherish go  through a shortlived, but particularly miserable, bout of  aching to be something and someone he absolutely could not  attain. Fortunately for him, this  traumatic period occurred during his childhood, when being a  Wannabee might well be regarded as metaphysical form of  the measles. (Being an adult  Wannabee is no laughing matter).  My brother Doug was, I imagine, nine or ten years old at  the time. We were living in  Aldershot, a bedroom community of middleclass moles a  few miles from the lunch bucket  metropolis of Hamilton, Ontario.  Dougie was a sports freak of  the first water. He loved virtually every sport, and was quite  adept at playing them, but  basketball was and (correct me  if I'm wrong, Dougie) still remains numero uno in his own  personal pantheon.  His room was a Howard  Cosell wet dream. Every wall  and the ceiling was adorned  with posters, mostly, if memory  serves, of bit league hoopsters  of the era. Doug would sit on  his bed and contemplate his  kingdom, when he wasn't out  trying to slam dunk some $12  garage hoop in slavish mimicry  of his heroes.  But Dougie was short. Given  that the Shermans weren't a tall  family at the time, he didn't  seem to be all that abnormal  physically. To the rest of us,  that is.  But Doug lived in a world inhabited by giants and, what  made matters worse for him  (and indirectly for his parents),  was that he wanted to be just  like them. I wannabee a Knick!  A Celtic! A Piston! I wannabee  a pro-fesh-ah-nul ballplayer!!!  It went deeper than that, we  discovered. Doug wanted to be  six-foot-six���and he wanted to  be black!  Both aspirations, the family  felt, were a trifle unrealistic, but  reason and rationality drop out  of the equation in situations  such as this. Doug even heard  about some medical scientist in  Toronto who had come up with  some remarkable inter-cellular  treatment for lengthening one's  legs (if one was a child, and  Doug was), and he bullied our  parents into checking it out.  Doug is about 39, still short,  and still white. He still plays a  little ball and, all in all, he seems  to be a lot less of a Wannabee  these days, which I am certain  he would credit (in part) to the  trauma he suffered while trying  to escape what he was in the  first place.  Himself.  Now, if you'll excuse me, I  must adjourn to the woodpile,  there to chop off 20 pounds so  that I'll be able to squeeze into a  pair of skinny grey jeans in  which I just happen to be the  spitting image of...Myself.  (Circa 1964).  Dulce Et Decorum Est  Bent double, like old beggars under sacks,  Knock-kneed, coughing like hags, we cursed through sludge,  Till on Ihe haunting flares we turned our backs,  And towards our distant rest began to trudge.  Men marched asleep. Many had lost their boots,  Bul limped on, blood-shod. All went lame, all blind;  Drunk wilh fatigue; deaf even lo the hoots  Of gas-shells dropping softly behind.  Gas! Gas! Quick, boys! ���An ecstasy of fumbling,  Fitting the clumsy helmets just in tie,  But someone still was yelling out and stumbling  And flound'rlng like a man In fire or lime.  Dim through the misty panes and thick green light,  As under a green sea, I saw Mm drowning.  In all my dreams before my helpless sight  He plunges al me, guttering, choking, drowning.  If In some smothering dreams, you too could pace  Behind the wagon that we flung htm In,  And watch the white eyes wilting in his face,  His hanging face, like a devil's sick of sin,  If you could hear, al every jolt, the blood  Come gurgling from the froth-corrupted lungs  Bitten as Ihe cud  Of vile, Incurable sores on Innocent tongues,���  My friend, you would not tell with such high zest  To children ardent for some desperate glory,  The old lie: Dulce et decorum est  Pro patria mort.  Wilfred Owen  (It Is sweet and dignified to die for one's country)  -from our files ���  We Remember When  5 YEARS AQO  Coast residents gear up for elections with Thomas  Ferguson, Doris Fuller and Sandra Vaughan challenging Incumbent Don Douglas and Dave Mewhort for  school board seats.  A full slate of candidates vye for seats on Gibsons  Council, while Area C Is the only position open on the  Regional District. In Sechelt three hopefuls contest two  vacant seats.  10 YEARS AQO  The only school board election this year Is for the  Sechelt representative. Benoit LePage is presenting  himself for the seat which will also be contested bv  Warren McKibbin.  NDP leader Dave Barrett was the featured speaker at  a fundraising dinner In Roberts Creek Community Hall  20 YEARS AQO  Sechelt Council announced that since the municipal  oflice was at least completely paid for, council was considering an extension of the building which would bring  provincial offices, courts and municipal offices under  one roof.  Ken Watson sells his Ken's Lucky Dollar store to W.D.  Edney who will shortly settle in Gibsons with his wife  Joyce, son Graham and daughter Julia.  30 YEARS AQO  Gibsons and Area Ratepayers Association meeting  devoted most of the evening discussion to the problems  of garbage collection and disposal in unorganized  areas.  40 YEARS AQO  The Coaat News noted the passing of Garfield Edwards, who died suddenly while visiting friends in Porpoise Bay. For some years, Edwards and his brother  operated a 'boat store', the popular M.V. Pappy, along  the coast, earning Edwards the nickname ol 'the travelling storekeeper'.  i  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  ipss^sasja  I,.  '-rt...  . : ��.  - -- - -   ������ -*���-���  .��� .��� ...   ^'l^'l. -i ���*. '_�� .��.Js-  .- e���*--���������-��� -    *: ZettzUL ttr the. ���dttot  Coast News, November 12,1990  Pender  voter's  sad tale  Editor:  Last edition, Gordon Wilson  announced that he had to run  for a third term on the Regional  Board because he "could not in  good conscience leave Area A to  representation by Joe  Harrison."  Reading this disgusts me and  I want to tell you why.  When 1, and many  neighbours opposed to the Farrington Cove condominium, approached Mr. Wilson for help  in preserving our low-density  single-family neighbourhood in  1987, he not only ignored us, he  added insult to injury by placing  both the developer and his real  estate agent on his Advisory  Planning Committee.  As a veteran of municipal  politics and former mayor of  the city of North Vancouver  myself, I was appalled by Mr.  Wilson's conduct.  Convinced we would never  get satisfaction from Wilson,  we turned to the Pender Harbour Ratepayers under Joe  Harrison. Wilson immediately  seized on the fact that Harrison  has political ties to the NDP and  dismissed our heartfelt protest  as a hoax trumped for political  purposes. For the record, I am a  long time Social Credit activist  and the other main spokesman  for our group was a member of  Wilson's own Liberal party, but  our resistance to Farrington  Cove was completely nonpartisan. When our combined  efforts failed to stop Mr.  Wilson from pushing the con  dominium rezoning through, I  took the only course left to us  and petitioned to have the  rezoning overturned by the  courts. As happens in 99 per  cent of such cases, the court  .petition failed.  In February I suffered a  multiple heart attack and it was  months before I could return  with my wife to our house in  Garden Bay. I was shocked to  find that while I was convalescing, our retirement home into  which we had put so much, had  been subjected to a lien by the  Regional District.  Apparently the District had a  bill against me for court costs  and had decide to proceed  directly to legal action without  the courtesy even of an invoice,  statement or a phone call. The  seconder of the motion to collect was Gordon Wilson. The  mover was Jim Gurney. I can't  begin to describe how this made  my wife and myself feel.  Joe Harrison knew that I had  taken the action in the interest  of all the concerned persons in  the area. Having this knowledge  he proceeded to raise funds  from all who supported our  cause and within a few days the  Ratepayers raised enough funds  to remove the lien. And to  them, my heartfelt thanks.  Now perhaps you can understand why I can't in all conscience keep silent after reading  that Gordon Wilson wants to  save Area A from Joe Harrison.  Joe Harrison rose to the occasion so as one person would  not be responsible for the expense of the action which was  taken in the interest of the community and no other reason.  The incumbent has yet to  learn in public life, "actions  speak louder than words."  Tom Reid  What Lola wants  Editor:  Now that all the candidates  have filed their papers, I'm as  pleased as can be at the high  calibre of people we have to  choose from. Gerry Dixon can  supply the continuity the town  will nred with so many newcomers running. I'm pleeised to  see John McNevin, Margaret  Morrison and Dr. Ed Steeves  offering their services, as they  all have good Municipal or  Regional District experience  under their belts and Gerry,  John   and   Janine  Haughton  have all lived here many years.  All the candidates are anxious  to meet us, so hopefully all  voters will make time to meet  them and communicate our  ideas to them in constructive  ways. If we do lhat, we'll all be  in good hands for the next three  years.  Good luck to all the candidates. I wish there were more  seats to fill.  Lola Westell  Herbicide free  Editor:  The Forest Advisory Committee is quoted as saying "a lot  of people who are concerned  about forest use (of herbicides)  are guilty of much worse in their  own backyards."  Probably true, but many use  none and more are learning. A  Coast resident, Carol Rubin,  just wrote a successful book on  this.  We don't even use slug bait.  Our fruit and vegetables may  have a bite out of them but they  are healthy bites, at least.  We have converted our van  and truck to propane. For the  ���amount I drive the truck, I'll  probably never save enough on  the price of propane to pay for  the conversion, but it is a way to  cut pollution.  Billy Griffith  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  4  ��� Retirement Planning  ��� Annuitles/R.R.I.K. R.R.S.P  ��� Life Insurance    ��� Employee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 8 years'  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS  LIFE UNDERWRITER  ��� Mutual funds netnc* wim Aicol f  ��� Lil* insurant* lictnct w.th Nalion  TELEPHONE: S8S-B111  FAX: 888-9121  TOLL FREE:   1400-663.2051  On Nov. 17th Elect  F. KONOPASEK  ���Integrity  ���35 yrs Experience  ���Leadership  U  For School  Trustee  Sechelt  Hedging Cedars  ��� Trees from  3' to IT tall  $2.75 per foot  Prices Good Until  December*^  885-5033  4|JfSALE  Chain Link Fencing  (Installed Price)  - Heavy duty  - Commercial Gauge  4' - I7.S0 per foot  3' -18.50 per foot  6' - $9.50 per foot  Perspective on 'Discovery' project  Editor:  With reference to the article  re: Delays for "Discovery" in  the Coast News of November 5,  1990, we would respectfully request a chance of rebuttal.  In the article Mr. Wilbert Fair  (Works Superintendant) is  quoted as having reported that  the drainage preparations on  site at Gibsons waterfront park  were done "without acquiring  prior permission or being professionally sized."  We would submit a copy of  the memo given under Mr.  Fair's hand, and copies of two  sections of the drawing produced by Mr. Doug Roy���a recognized professional engineer���for the specific purposes of bank stabilization. You  will note that the pipe size required is included in the drawing as well as the rock products  which were determined professionally to be suitable.  That the plans for a retaining  wall were shelved were a direct  result of the zoning given to the  property by Mr. Buchan, the  Planner.  You will note in the zoning  notices included and the site  plan submitted, that the "park"  (actually left undesignated) by  the Planner is at the opposite  end of the properiy to that  which was submitted by ourselves. The reasoning behind  this move is obscure to us, as is  the need to zone two portions of  a property ("Marine Zone 2",  and "Tourist Commercial")  which was supposedly purchased for purposes of a "marine  park". Suffice to say that it is  not our position to judge the  reasoning for this occurrence.  However, that being said, we  must also inform you that we  were advised in no uncertain  terms, that we were to touch  nothing, under any circumstance, of that particular  portion of the property which  has been left undesignated or  zoned. Therefore, the position  we held, that a retaining wall  along the entire length of the  property, would be beneficial to  the town, and additional safety  for Gower Point Road, was effectively destroyed since a partial wall would have been less  than sufficient and effective.  The Mayor is further quoted  as saying: "I feel it's (the park)  a mess right now and I'm pleased there isn't going to be a retaining wall." While we respect  her stand and her consistent  "being up-front" about it, we  also note that a recent  photograph depicting the town  dock as seen from the area we  have leased and improved, was  used to advertise a newly built  motel. The photo even shows  the safety fence we erected. Obviously not everyone feels the  same way.  The Town Planner, Mr. Rob  Buchan, is further quoted as  saying that he felt the work  "that has besen done for the protection of Gower Point Road  has not been done properly".  To this we submit that Mr.  Buchan is not, to our knowledge, an engineer, and that,  from the proof we have provided, he is not in any position to  make such an unqualified statement. Let us simply say that  there is a distinct difference bet-  ween feeling something and doing   it.   We   question   Mr.  Buchan's "uncertainty of the  project" in view of the fact that  he has never seen fit to determine to what extent the society  fostering the project has progressed.  We find it unusual that  preoccupation and concern  should suddenly rear their heads  now and not in past years (even  when the road was widened),  especially since the bank on the  property was nol damaged by  ourselves. The land slippage  which occurred al a small portion of the site was occasioned  by a work stoppage imposed  upon us. Had the work been  allowed to continue, the  drainage trenches would have  been back-filled and drained  properly, and stability maintained. The work was performed by highly skilled, professional local machine operators,  and as such, comments by peer-  sons lacking such experience in  this field are unfounded and unwarranted.  We hope that this brief submission will properly inform the  public at large, and put to rest  the  inferences  of  unprofessional performance on our part.  Sunshine Coast Maritime  History Society  per. J.E. Manger  Saretary/Projects Coordinator  (Unpaid volunteer)  Can we learn from Sweden?  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following was received for  publication.  Claude Richmond  Minister of Forests  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, BC  Dear Mr. Richmond:  We saw on a recent news program the differences between  BC logging practices and  Swedish ones. It seems to us  that the Swedes have made  some critical changes in their  forestry management which we  .would benefit greatly from  economically and ecologically,  were we to adopt them.  They cut 30 acre blocks,  replant within three years (in  technically more advanced and  efficient ways) employ thi*e  times the people than we do in  BC while cutting hardly less  than we do here and making  more money in the process.  With the recession and slump  in the forest industry that  everyone seems to be talking  about and the fear of loss of  jobs, think of the advantages of  having a 200 per cent increase in  employment while making more  money to pour into governmental and provincial coffers while  being  more  environmentally  gentle to the land.  You would be well advised to  send some of your people to  learn from the past mistakes  and current practices the  Swedish people employ. British  Columbia, our planet, as well as  our economy are worth it!  Anna and Ineke Weyburg  (And Co-signers)  More letters  pages 25 & 26  Your School Trustee in Sechelt  u *< Highly Principled  S Energetic  is Committed  is Knowledgeable  S Straight Forward  is Community Spirited  VOTE  Nov. 17th  m *m  November  Flurry off Savings  OOATA-.E��~  Q*f22fc5����.  ��  -DOMINION RECYCLED COMPUTER PAPER-  The widespread use of computers has substantially increased paper  usage, which has had a serious impact on our forest. Blueline recycled computer paper is available in two different grades, packaged in  Tecycled and biodegradable boxes. Offering similar characteristics  lo non-recycled paper, Ihese tecycled papers can fill all your .needs.  Conveniently packaged 500 sheets per box.  HC45B  8 Vi" x 11" iellei quality perl. 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Coast News, November 12,1990  Mrs. Henny Hagedorn cuts Ihe ribbon lo celebrate the opening of  the S.C.R.A.P.S. recycling depot at Sunnycrest Mall.  ���Rose Nicholson photo  All Candidates Meeting  Sechelt School Trustees  on Thursday, Nov. 15 at 7:30 pm  Sechell Elementary School Foyer  Child Care Provided  For School Trustee  Rural Area 2  "Committal to a  Community Voice  in Education"  VOTE  <5  BERINSTEIN Mariette  X!  Gibsons to vote on GST  Are you in favour of the  Federal Government's proposed  Goods and Services Tax?  Gibsons votm will Iiave iheir  chance to answer that question  on the November 17 ballot. The  question has been added in support of a City of Vancouver request  to  have  municipalities  across British Columbia to hold  plebescites in support of their  own. The Town of Gibsons will  then tabulate the results and include them in letters of protest  to the federal government, and  Comox/Powell River Member  of Parliament Ray Skelly, and  the provincial government,  government.  More chance for  'Poll talk'  Sechell residents are invited to discuss thdr special concerns ��� nne-on-one ��� with aldermanic candidates Joyce  Kolibas, Doug Reid, Peggy Wagner, Arthur Whistler and  Robert Wilson, and mayoralty candidate Nancy Mcljuly.  The informal 'drop-in' meeting will take place in the living  room al Rockwood Centre from 3 to 6 pm on Thursday,  November 15.  Refreshments will be served.  Are you ready for  Wilson had his chance for five years.  It's time for a change.  VOTE FOR JOE HARRISON  on Saturday  Alderman Gerry Dixon told  the regular Town of Gibsons  Council meeting last Tuesday,  "The fcds have said they are going to go ahead whether we like  it or not" but "I'm sure if you  had a vote, 95 to 97 per cent  would vote no."  Some doubt was expressed by  Town Administrator Lorraine  Goddard as to whether or not  there was enough time lo add  the question to the ballot, but  with the quick use of a photocopier and a pair of scissors,  voters should have an added  box to check on the ballot,  NovembCT P.  Town Council passed the motion to include the question bas  ed on the added cost not exceeding $200.  Similar to what some other  municipalities across the nation  have considered. Alderman  John Reynolds said one way to  gel a protest message across is  lo encourage individuals to cash  in their Canada Savings Bonds.  "This would gd them (the  federal government) where they  hurt," he said, calling the tax a  slick and manipulative form of  garnisheeing income.  "We could have a tax  revolt," said Alderman Ken  Collins in support, "(the federal  government) would be hard  pressed to put a whole town in  jail."  GERRY  (G. W.) DIXON  seeks YOUR support for MAYOR  H* Can Offer Vou:  1. A solution to the water crisis  2. An accessible mayor, an  open council, and cooperative  government.  3. A mayor with local experience  - ready lo steer council.  4. Rational growth and  economic development  5. Concern lor local environment.  6. A vision lor parkland al  Gospel Rock.  7. A history of cooperation with  neighbouring levels of government  DIXON  MAYOR  IXI  School District No. 46  (Sunshine Coast)  Notice of Poll - 1990  Public notice is given to the electors of School District No. 46 (Sunshine  Coast) Rural Areas 1 and 2 (comprising Regional areas A, B, D, E, F, and  the Sechelt Indian Band) that a poll is necessary for the election of  Trustees, as noted below, at the election now pending, and that persons  nominated as candidates at the election for whom votes will be received  are:  Rural Area 1 (Regional Areas A & B)  - one (1) to be elected for a three year term  Term  Surname  Hall, Shirley  Munro, Lynne  Office  Trustee  Trustee  of Office  3 Years  3 Years  Occupation  Retired Teacher  Housewife  Residence  Egmont, B.C.  Warnock Rd.,  Madeira Park  Polls for the above will be held at:  Egmont Community School  Pender Harbour Auto Court  Garden Bay  Pender Harbour Music School  (Madeira Park Ranger Station)  Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  Rural Area 2 (Regional Areas D,E,F, and Sechelt Indian Band Office)  - three (3) to be elected for a three year term  Term  Surname  Berinstein,  Mariette  Chapman,  Donna Lynn  Horvath,  Joseph  Joe, Lenora  Knaus, Jakob  Office  Trustee  of Office  3 Years  Trustee      3 Years  Trustee      3 Years  Trustee  Trustee  3 Years  3 Years  Stuart, Patricia     Trustee      3 Years  Wilson, Judith     Trustee     3 Years  Margaret  Polls for the above will be held at:  Sechelt Indian Band Office  Roberts Creek Elementary School  Occupation  Homemaker  Homemaker  Retired  Student  Retired  Managing  Director  Housewife  Business Person  Residence  Beach Ave.  Roberts Creek  Henderson Rd.  Roberts Creek  Port Mellon  Highway  Bayview, Sechelt  Wilson Creek  McCullough Rd.  Grandview Rd.,  Gibsons  Langdale  Cedar Grove Elementary School  Langdale Elementary School  The polls will be opened at 8:00 a.m. on the 17th day of November  1990, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., of which every  ���person Is hereby required to take notice and govern themselves accordingly.  ADVANCE POLL  An advance poll for both Rural Areas 1 and 2 (Regional Areas A B D E F and the  Sechelt Indian Band) will be held in the Regional Board office 5477 'wharf Rd  Sechelt, B.C. on Wednesday, the 7th day of November, 1990, between the hours of  11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.  Dated at Gibsons this 29th day of October 1990.  Joan B. Rigby  Returning Officer.  19 9 0  01 BS ON 8  MUNICIPAL E L E C TI 0 M  Here's what the Coast News  said about John McNevin,  Past Chairman oi the Sunshine Coast Regional District  ��9 '���'he contribution made by McNevin to the  M. regional district during the last two terms  of office is, to say the least, considerable. During the last year alone McNevin has been in the  forefront of efforts by the board to control the  rise in the ferry rates and to make sure that the  northern portion of this sunny coast rreeived  it's fair share of the ambulance services.  McNevin's efforts to control the excesses proposed by some local developers will also not  pass unrecognized though at the time they  were instituted they were not always greeted  with cheeers.  In retrospect it must be admitted that the  district has come a long way since McNevin  joined the board and it must also be admitted  that a great deal of that credit justly belongs  on his shoulders.  The Sunshine Coast News, October 1976  tf  People are saying we need some new  faces on Gibson's Council...  Lots of people are saying we need  someone like  John McNevin  who has valuable experience in local  government on the Sunshine Coast.  NOVEMBER  17  Elect John McNevin  ALDERMAN, GIBSONS COUNCIL  L^m^m^Lms'msVmm.ImlmW iX'mm.'mmm Jl-Jj-etg  ftttM Coast News, November 12,1990  In Area E  Gurney faces Leask's challenge  Jim Gurney, 11 year veteran  of the regional district, will lx  challenged  Nov.tmber  Rick Leask.  17  the  by  polls  on  newcomer  ��� ��� t  ft  ���' \f%  IL  Tm\  gSjg' ''"ifc j  r ^b  Gurney guided the development  of the expanded regional district  water system which saw the  upgrading of the old wooden  pipes to larger steel ones, and a  new higher elevation intake on  Chapman Creek which greatly  expanded the capacity of the  system.  "We did it without borrowing any money," he said.  "There is a trend towards that  now in other districts, but we  were one of the first."  Speaking of the Golding  hydrologic report on the Chapman and Gray Creeks watershed and the ongoing Integrated  Watershed Management Plan  (IWMP) talks, he said that  "protection of the watershed is  our number one priority. We're  making good progress with the  IWMP."  Gurnety meets monthly with  the members of the Elphinstone  Electors Association to discuss  current concerns of the residents  in Area E. "Those discussions  are very valuable," he said.  "The growth rate on the  Coast is disturbing," he continued. "If we are going to keep  this place special, we are going  to have to be very careful what  we do about development."  JIM GURNEY  In an interview with the  Coast News, Gurney said that  he has livesd on the Coast for 24  years, and started his experience  on the board as an alternate 13  years ago.  During his 11 years as director, Gurney served as chairman  for five years and has been  "chairman of all committees except planning."  Currently Chairman of the  Public   Utilities   Committee,  Bus approval  Regional District Directors have approved a recommendation from BC Transit that the Sunshine Coast Community  Services Sociely continue lo operate the BC Transit bints.  Two olher companies had put In bids to operate the service, but directors agreed with Transit authorities thai SCCSS  "had been doing a good job."  Included in the motion was a recommendation that consideration be given to including the volunteer driver services  in the program and that bus routes be extended to Pender  Harbour.  Area B plan  Regional District Directors approved the Halfmoon Bay  Official Community Plan at the November 8 board meeting.  Board Chairman and Area B Director Peggy Connor was  jubilant and declared, "It's finally finished. This has taken us  14 years. It's a good plan."  Jane Sorko  FOR MAYOR  To The Citizens of Gibsons:  Don't be fooled by  'Big City Type' Campaigns  - A costly waste!  This ad and my buttons are the  only expenses I will incur during  this election.  I ask for your support to enable  npe to serve Gibsons with:  ��� COMMUNICATION  ��� PROVEN LEADERSHIP ABILITY  INDEPENDENCE  INTEGRITY  ��� COOPERATION  - VISION  Will you help?  Vote November 17,1990 for:  P.S. Meet me at the Reach  Wednesday, Nov. 14,2-4 pm (  to discuss your views.  0  cZX-^-Q-  "Retiring?  I can help you  through the  RRIFand  Annuity maze."  "Whether you want Ihe  security ol a guaranteed  income annuity, the flexibility  lo change your retirement  income as your needs  change, or a balance ol the  two, I can help For personal  service, call me."  The Mutual Group  IKJ  Facing Tomorrow  Together  Licensed *ilhMulualLil�� of C��ntfa/Mulu.il  Invsslco Inc . two of Thfl Mutual Group  SYLVIA  Make the Sylvia part  of your Vancouver adventure...  Single from $47    Double.' from $55  Featuring "Sylvia's Restaurant & Bistro"  ...Ot'esrlookmg Vancouver's Eng/ish Bay  On the Beach at 1154 Gilford 681-9321  Rick Leask, a real estate  salesman with Pebbles Realty,  has lived on the Coast for three  years. "My wife grew up lurre,"  he said. "We often came to  visit, and then we decided to  move permanently."  He owned his own plumbing  company in Vancouver for five  years and was a member of the  plumbers' union for 12 years.  An enthusiastic curler, he was  president of the National Curling League for two years.  When asked by the Coasl  News why he chose to run  against veteran Regional  District Director Jim Gurney he  said, "A lot of people don't  want to see the same person get  in term after term. I've had a  lot of support."  Leask considers that roads  are a top priority, and that "a  lot of them are dangerous."  He would like to see a better  recycling system, with "pickup  ���boxes near the mail boxw. A lot  of people don't want to go to  the mall."  He would like to see low cost  housing for the Coast, but ad  mits "it's a implicated situation to get into."  He sees change as inevitable,  and insists that "we have to  prepare for it. I'm not in favour  of small lots in the regional  district. A reasonable size would  be one third of an acre. We  should leave the rural areas  rural.  "I would like to get lots of  community input. It's important to get as much as  possible."  RICK LEASK  VISIT PASTIMES  Next to Talewind Books  885-9309  Am  RCISE  VOUR  RIGHT.  GET OUT AND VOTE  ON NOVEMBER 17.  Once every three years, you have  the opportunity to shape  the future of your community.  Make sure your voice is heard.  Vote for the candidates of your choice  on Municipal Election Day,  Saturday, November 17th.  ,m* Ministry of  Municipal Affairs,  Recreation and Culture  Hon. Lyall Hanson, Minister  UNKDNOF If  Brtitsh U  COUJMBIA '  MuMamunes  think Before You vole!  Keep Machine Politics out of Gibsons   ��� Don't let any team control Council  ��� Cast your vote for an Independent candidate  Committee for an Independent Council  tjmm  MHMMH  el**  eMMMI Coast News, November 12,1990  Shanks supplies Jolt of electricity  Continued from page 1  follow-up questions were utilized.  After a short break, during  which the four mayoralty candidates took over the head  table, the process was repeated:  Introductions by McCormick.  Five minute addresses by the  candidates. Questions from the  press. Questions from the  public.  During his opening peroration, Roger Lagasse, an elementary school teacher, indulged in  a little adult Show and Tell.  With the assistance of Jay  Hamburger, Lagasse displayed  a series of three large white-  painted plywood boards upon  which his main campaign platform points had been printed in  Earth green letters.  A highly keyed-up David  Wells got off to a strong start by  claiming that "I re-gard tonight  as a job interview." Wells  gestured around the Annex and  notesd "Look at us tonight.  Poor sound system. Hot  building. Inadequate seating  ...We DO need a civic centre!"  Later, Wells held up a book  entitled Guide To Eating Ontario Sport Fish. "This (book)  tells you which fish you can  (safely) eat in Ontario���and  which will kill you!", Wells  thundered, his body quivering  with indignation. "If I'm  elected mayor, you'll never see a  book (like this) that tells you  what can lull you in Porpoise  Bay!"  "Fiscal responsibility and  open government is what my  candidacy is all about",  declared Nancy MacLarty, adding that, by her calculations,  "Sechelt's petty cash spent Oast  year) works out to SI20 for  every man, woman, and child in  Sechelt."  "We're talking about  unrestrained spending", said  MacLarty, "And, if elected, I'll  do my utmost to stop it...I will  set up a 24-hour 'Mayor's  Hotline' to help improve communication between government and the citizens."  Mayoralty candidate Stan  Dixon proved to be the single  most composed, self-confident  candidate in the room, although  he gave off a curious whiff of  detachment and aloofness in the  process. His downhome, just-  folks populist oratory, however,  evoked most of what little overt  enthusiasm the crowd put out  during the evening.  Dixon dwelt at length about  how wide-ranging his campaign  was, giving the impression of a  candidate who had (already)  walked just about every street in  Sechelt. Like most of the other  candidates, however, Dixon was  short on specifics and long on  emotionally-charged pronouncements.  The meeting received its only  jolt of pure electric reality  courtesy of Alderman Mike  Shanks. Abour two-thirds of  the way through the meeting,  Moderator McCormick called  the next number for a question  from the audience. Shanks'  name was called. (Doubtless  aware that the format didn't  allow for candidates asking  questions of each other, Shanks  had submitted his own name into the 'Question Box'.)  Shanks rose slightly from his  seat and looked directly at Nancy MacLarty. With much alacrity, he raised the issue of Ms  MacLarty's problems in the  past when, as an alderman, she  wound up resigning her office  apparently for stress-related  reasons. "How do we know  you'll be able to cope with stress  this time?". Shanks demanded  to know.  "Tom Meredith won't be  around!", a shaken MacLarty  shot back, adding that "I'm a  fighter, not a quitter." She went  on to say that her treatment at  the hands of Meredith had  amountesd to abuse, with the  mayor literally ignoring her,  refusing her ordinary access,  and making her position  ultimately untenable.  Shortly thereafter the meeting  adjourned���but the heat  generated from Mr. .Shanks'  question persisted on  Rockwood porch.  With a trio of media types  looking on, Ms MacLarty and  Mr. Shanks initiated a dialogue,  but only a very few words were  exchanged before a furious  Joyce Kolibas appeared and  confronted Shanks.  "You just don't know how to  forgive or forget, Michael!"  Sechelt's Good Citizen of the  Year admonished the now  slightly-wilting alderman.  (The next day, still angry, Ms  Kolibas told the Coast News "I  feel Michael's question was out  of line. I was led to believe that  the questioning was to be done  (strictly) by the public and the  press���not for one candidate to  malign another!")  Four nights later, at the All-  Candidates Meeting held at  Greenecourl, this reporter aske*d  David Wells whether he shared  Michael Shanks' "...concerns  about Nancy MacLarty's ability  to handle stress on the job?"  Mr. Wells was silent for a  moment, before a terse, explosive "No!" issued from his  lips.  Ironically, although the  Greenecourt meeting attracted  only about half (100) the crowd  attending the Rockwood forum,  it was charged with an enthusiasm the Moneday night affair sadly lacked. The questions  from the audience were crisper,  more pointed, and, not surprisingly, the fourteen candidates  were more animated and assertive.  The ChambCT of Commerce  deserves credit for mounting an  informative evening, while  Georgina Sager (and Ruth Biggers) almost single-handedly  brought off the Concerned  Citizens' metering at Rockwood.  Also deserving of special mention is Adrian Hovestad, who  did an outstanding job as Tune  Cop' for the Rockwood All-  Candidates Meeting.  f^-W-m.9                fmmWamM  Wm^T~Ctm^mmmmWm\m  ^^w^  v. .       .       ,  , i  OPEN HOUSE  Sunday, Nov. 18, 2-4 pm  1160 MALA VIEW  GIBSONS  Over 3000 sq. ft. quality built  home with lots of extras. Near  Cedar Grove School.  NOTE: Vendor is moving and  will look at all reasonable offers.  John Gonzaga 886*7712  PEBBLES REALTY LTD., Gower Point Rd., Gibsons  Attentive voter at Sechell Chamber  meeting handicaps candidates.  of Commerce election  ���Jan Michael Sherman pholo  Are you ready for  @t>  For School Trustee  Rural Area 2  "Committed to a  Community Voice  in Education"  VOTE  ^  BERINSTEIN Mariette  X  Don't give the SCRD a  blank cheque on rezoning.  ELECT  HARRISON  in Pender Harbour-Egmont  To Residents ot Area *  o _���:,w�����. _,    . ���;��� nf an election pro>  the opportunity to retlect on  tlie    PP .._���.���,. .enificant      The* ffWil-J-jK %  ���Ur ;**������    ���   - m ��.  The past few years have brought significant  improvements to our local services.  For example:  We now have a safe, reliable water system which  serves virtually every home in Area "E". Next  year, a new 500,000 gallon reservoir will be built  in our area to keep pace with demand and assure  continued reliable service.  Fire protection facilities are being egreatly improved. In the next few weeks a new ladder truck  will be delivered and in the next few months a  new firehall will be built to improve response  time to Area "E".  We have acquired several park sites in our area  and are developing them progressively.  Other services such as house numbering, library  funding, recreation facilities and public transit  have been provided or improved.  It is important to note that all of these improvements  are accomplished without long term borrowing. Fur  thennore the Regional District is keeping its promise  to freeze water rates for at least 10 years, until 1994.  I believe, however that our greatest accomplishment  has been the adoption of our community plan. Through  the Elphinstone Plan we struck a balance between controlled growth and protection of the character and the  quality of life in our community, between growth and  the ability of the land and the environment to support  development.  The,se are critical times for the Sunshine Coast. We  have  been  "discovered"   by   our  metropolitan  neighbours. Most of us are repulsed by the prospect of  Lower Mainland urbanization being imposed on our  community. I think there is an alternative. I believe we  can manage growth and change so that it improves the  quality of life and strengthens the character of our  community. I think we can do that by, protecting the  special identity of the Sunshine Coast, by controlling  development so that it respects the natural amenities  of the Sunshine Coast, by setting aside and protecting  the special parts of the Sunshine Coast and by developing a strong and diversified local economy.  These are ambitious undertakings and to accomplish  them we will need local government representatives  with dedication and experience. 1 hope that my past  service has shown my qualifications in this regard and  look forward to your support on Nov. 17 and the  privilege to continue as your representative.  Jim Gurney  fUoional District  ��* ��E�� Representative.  the aDiu.y ��* ��� -  . ��� .  development.   7a*M voting taking P***ce  ^_���-��� ���7* ^^ci^R��af: Sle ^886-7051.  - ..=g=^.*<ff.^.~-.*-gji^|f-  i (  _������-��� ������ .  ���        ���������-*-- ���*     ��� -  ���-  I- ii  ttml-tnim t-f ��eY ',i*;*a-'^*--*g^''>'^'^;-a ���*.''* ' -' ���>'��lJ'jAeh'l��A��iek<eA^ ,r1lt.ia , In a nutshell  Coast News, November 12,1990  Clearing political clutter  Rare moment of delight at Gibsons Council. (See story below)  -Joel Johnstone pholo  Katie wins the prize  Seven year old Katie  Meldrum walked away with  prizes from the Union of British  Columbia Municipalities  (UBCM) province wide Municipal Awareness Week contest,  awarded to her at Gibsons  Town Council lasl Tuesday by  Mayor Diane Strom.  "This is the second year (Gibsons) has placed in the contest,"  said Alderman Lilian Kunstler,  who picked up Ihe award in  Vancouver. "I feel really  proud."  Katie's mom says "I didn't  even realize there was a contest  until we got a call in September  that she won. 1 think it's  wonderful."  Katie placed best in the  Junior Category by submitting  her rendition of the streets and  municipal buildings in the Town  of Gibsons. The Grade 2 student of Gibsons Elementary  received a Town of Gibsons pin,  a certificate from UBCM, and a  shirt with her drawing silk-  screened on it.  tiajfr^K^ Linicjus. &yLjts. bjtrSjfcixji  for special people  Sunshine Coast Spinners & Weavers  with Bette Cooper & Barby Paulus  Saturday, November 17, 10:30 a.m.  St. Mary's Catholic Church Hall  J8W" MEETING  at the Roberts Creek School Community Use Room  November 13 - 7:30 pm  In anticipation ol the 1990/91 Ski Season,  members ot the Ski Club have been busy upgrading the cabins and cutting the winter's  wood supply.  by S. Nuller  Hands up how many people  look forward with a truly avid  interest lo the findings of the  Spicer Commission. Oh? No  one?  Maybe we don't know whal  the Spicer Commission is.  Maybe we pretty well turned off  on the Candian constitutional  problem somewhere around the  middle of Meech Lake. Glub,  glub as it were.  Well, the Spicw Commission  then is headed by Keith Spicer  who is a yoeman liberal  bureaucrat type with a track  record, man, in heading commissions which were going to be  good for us all, but which were  not going to get anywhere in the  west.  He has, I think, 12 people  with him, one being Jack  Webster, a sheepman from  Saltspring Island. The purpose  of course, once again fellows, is  to travel across the great bosom  of the country, and take Ihe  pulse. There's got to be some  pulse there right?  There is, of course, no question that we do have a constitutional problem. We have  possibly the biggest constitutional problem of anyone  around. We start with a British  model representative parliamentary democracy. No question  it's as good a model as there  was. At the end of the French  Revolution the best minds in  France tried to make a new constitution based on the way the  British one was even back then.  But in our time Salazar, newly made Primer of Portugal, a  solid type economics professor  taking over from the last of  their kings, said in his first  speech that the greatest mistake  European countries made was  to suppose that the British  system cf democracy was exportable.  Looking at Ottawa over the  past 50 years it becomes clear  that Salazar was probably right.  The British system depends very  largely on interlocking understandings, the culture in fact of  the counlry. They would, to the  extent possible, rather be ruled  by manners lhan by laws.  So here we are then, and we  are not into questions of manners and laws. Also we have this  notion of multiculturalism. We  are the first country in history to  have a Minister of Multiculturalism. The word itself has  not made it into any dictionary 1  have seen.  So problems, problems.  Whether an answer is lo have a  more or less permanent commission travelling about could  be a question. I suppose we  could afford it, bul it would  lose interest with the media lineup types, and become in the end  something like the Boy Scouts  of America.  Something, though, should  be done. My own modest proposal I have kept back in the  past, partly because I thought it  might be seditious. I think they  can still hang you for sedition,  you and your publisher too  maybe.  However, I'm advised that  since 1 don't want to overthrow  the Queen 1 should be OK. The  notion is simply that we've got  into a hopeless mish-mash here.  We need a breathing space, a  holiday of some kind. Nothing  that anyone says anymore can  be held to have really what you  might call veracity.  Why don't we, with a  minimum amount of shooting  on Wellington Street etc., suspend all political activity on the  federal level, house and senate  for six years. The guys are just  retired, considered redundant,  with whatever pensions.  In their place we put in a protein committee of government  consisting of three people: Eric  Kierans, Dalton Camp and  Stephen Lewis.  Keirans and Camp have to be  getting to the age edge, and  Lewis is apparently accident-  prone, so ihey each have the  right to propose their own successor. Rosemary Brown for example, would be a nice deputy  for Stephen.  So in a trice you see, in a  twinkling, we'd be out from  ���under this endless caterwailing  of debased high school 'debate'  which is clogging the lines to  our future.  It would give the political  parties time to sit back and  think it over; and if you want to  know whether three people  could do the job of 257, the  answer is yes. The country runs  on its bureaucracy, and the  committee would simply hire  and fire the Ministers.  Gardening notes  by Marguerite  Drug awareness  Drug Awareness Challenge for Schools  The Reader's Digest 'Friend-lo-Friend' Drug Awareness  Challenge is a contest designed specifically for schools where  classroom discussion on drug abuse offers "important lessons  of interest to our whole country."  Students whose schools choose to enter Ihe contest will  create Iheir own drug awareness media messages for either  radio, television, print, or poster form. Each school may sub-  mil one entry, with said entries feeing positive in tone, and  demonstrative of knowledge oUhe problems associated with  alcohol and other drug abuse.  An award of $2500 will lie made to each school which submits a winning entry (with a maximum of one winning entry  per province or territory).  Welcome newcomers to the  Sunshine Coast, and would-be  gardeners.  ���REMINDERS  It is not too late to plant spring flowering bulbs, they just  bloom later. The old fruited  canes of raspberries are cut out  now, the fall fruiting canes of  'Heritage' are all cut off four  inches from the ground .and  mulcted.  Outdoor chrysanthemums  need to be cut back to a few inches, lifted and boxed into compost, and placed in a cold frame  until mid-December.  Early peas and broad beans  for spring can be planted outside in a well-drained area. They  can stand the cold and get a  good start  for early spring.  Frosts are imminent, and out  side hoses should be stored and  taken in to save being damaged.  Hardwood cuttings of  shrubs, including roses can still  be taken and put in a trench out  of doors in a sheltered place,  lining the bottom with sand,  and stripping off lower leaves.  Evergreens and deciduous  trees and shrubs and fruit trees  can be planted safely, a light  dressing of bonemeal can be  scattered over the well-dug area  10 days beforehand.  The Gibsons Garden Club  members invite you to their  meeting on Thursday, November 15, at 7:30 pm in the  Marine Room (below the  library). Slides of flowers from  Greece will be shown, and a  garden question and answer session will be held. Bring your  plant or leaf with you. Old and  new members and guests are  welcome.  Lester Peterson's  The Story Of  THE SECHELT NATION  PAPER $15.95  HARDCOVER $26.95  Nixt to tin Omega        886-7744  MARGARET  MORRISON  seeks your vote for  ALDERMAN  Gibsons Municipal Elesction  Saturday, November 17  - President, B.C/Yukon Div., Canadian Red Cross Society  - Former University Administrator & Professor of Business Law  - 5 years exeperience as Alderman, Peachland Council (1985-1990)  - Held Portfolio of Municipal Liability, Risk Management, Labour Relations.  - Published a book explaining the B.C. Municipal Act (19891  Sees important issues for 1991 as:  Properly taxation ��� need to broaden tax base.  Waler - need lo improve water system management.  Service's - improvements required on road maintenance, weed control  elc.  Operational structure of council and stall ��� need lo distinguish  belwtvn governance and management.  Development ��� long and short term planning imperative.  Co-operation ��� between all iurisdiclions on Coast.  Public input ��� Council making use ol expertise 8. experience of Gibsons'  citizenry,  MORRISON, Margaret M.  (McCaughan * Morrison)  5?  VOTE  NOV. 17  ERIC SMALL:  * An experienced people manager  * A trained financial analyst  * An active community worker  * A taxpaying resident of Gibsons  * Committed tee suppeert youth projects  * Has the time to devote to the job  Eric Small will provide:  * Responsive, responsible government  * Effective leadership  * Teamwork at Town and Regional  District levels  * Improvements to the water system  * Value for tax dollars spent  * Protection for the environment and  save Gospel Rock  Eric Small will encourage:  * Planning for expanded care facilities for  seniors  *'*  Opportunities for youth  * Controlled, sensible growth  Eric Small  ���  For Trampeerlatieen to the Pollin| Station  Phone 886-34.30 or 886-) WO  SMALL, t. Eric,   MAYOR IX  VOTE  NOV. 17  Eric Huggins  A senior level manager whee gets things  done  An experienced financial manager  In de'pile experience in managing  technical and people problems  Will lei.ek feer eeest effective and  ivorknhle solutions  Wants results in water and sewage  management  Will develop strenig team participation  Will work liarel lor sensible community  ele'vcl.epnient  Wants sale reeads and sidewalks leer all  Will encourage development of our  peert facilities feer commercial and  recreational purposes  Has ihe lime and will tee dee the jeib  Is a taxpaying resident ol Gibsons  HUGGINS  Eric  Alderman  SI  For Transportation to the Polling Station  Phone 886-3480 or 886-3580  _      . ���_   .        e    ._��-^.-a.  "--"-'-���---��� > 8. Coast News, November 12,1990  community news  GEORCM^IBSON.^^^^^^^^^^^  Coast candidates a-plenty  by George Cooper, 886-8520  Candidates aplenty have  come forward throughout the  Coast and now it's up to us who  vote.  In Gibsons, for instance,  voters have four aldermen to  choose from a list of seven. And  of course, one mayor from  among the four candidates on  the ballot.  Only a few seconds to mark  your ballots voters, and no  more election for three years.  Who to choose? The Const  News has run the personal information and the platform of  each candidate over the past  three issues of the paper.  To help you get to know a  little more, even a lot more, of  the candidates in the Gibsons  mayor and aldermen election  this Saturday, November 17,  there is an all-candidates  meeting this Wednesday,  November 14, at 7:30 pm in the  Cedars Inn.  Any questions for the candidates? How are the services  for all the housing developments to be paid for or even  provided? Will our sewage  system maintain its sweet smell  of success; and water? Water,  water everywhere and not a  drop to drink, may be our lament.  And, you may wonder, do  candidates who live in the town  have a stake as taxpayers, have  more motivation to enter town  affairs? Are all these candidates  going to have the time to devote  to town affairs; are they going  to be regular attenders at all the  meetings council work requires?  Find out at the all-candidates  meeting this Wednesday.  Apart from the foregoing,  there are two candidates for the  Gibsons one member place on  the School Board. Select the one  you feel will best serve both us  and the school children. Keep in  mind that a good chunk of your  annual tax bill is for schools.  Are you sure you know what is  being done with it?  BAKE SALE  The Hopkins Branch of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary will  hold their Christmas Bake Sale  Friday, November 16, starting  at 9:30 am in the Sunnycrest  Mall. The Branch always  welcomes new members.  TIME TO REMEMBER  "Grandpa, let me look at  those medals before you put  them away again. Did you get  them for running or something?"  "Well no, young fellow,  more for being where we seemed to be needed. Some of us used to say then lhat Ihe medals  came up wilh the rations."  "Rations? What's rations,  Grrmdpa?"  "Our food, young fellow.  Very important to have your  food."  "Did you shoot anyone,  Grandpa?"  "Not yet, young fellow."  "How come you went to the  war?"  "I've often wondered about  that since, young fellow. But at  the time all my friends were going. And it seemed the thing had  lo be done for our own peace of  mind."  "Were you the good guys,  Grandpa?"  "Somehow, young fellow, I  don't think the bad guys were  the ones on either side that were  shooting each other."  "Did you get hurt,  Grandpa?"  "Only inside when I saw my  buddies dead."  "Will I go to war,  Grandpa?"  "Your dad hasn't had to, and  Dear God, I pray you don't  either, young fellow."  Heritage Hall lease  Fred Inglis and Dianne Evans of the Gibsons Landing Heritage  Society shared pen spice with Mayor Diane Strom on a 25 year  lease which will allow the society to pursue funding for renovations to the old Women's Institute Hall, Once complete, the hall  will house a main floor theatre and communily centre with basemenl space leased out to The Sunshine Coast Potters' Guild.  ���Joel Johnstone photo  Battling  the GST  Ray Skelly, Member of  Parliament for North Island-  Powell River, recently announced that a new effort to stop the  GST is underway in Powell  River.  A group made up of  members of the Powell River  council, representatives of small  business, local unions, the  labour council and senior  citizens will attempt to implement a GST battle plan proposed by Skelly. The goal will be to  kill the Tories' GST by having  citizens cash in their Canada  Savings Bonds.  According to Skelly, every  group and individual in Canada  can participate in this Tight  against Mulroney and the Conservative government. "Mulroney is forcing the GST down  the throats of Canadians despite  the opposition of an enormous  majority of Canadians," charged Skelly. "The savings bond  boycott empowers every single  Canadian to be effective against  the Tory regime and its programs."  The Senate is expected to pass  the Goods and Services Tax in  eearly November, but Skelly is  confident the GST can be stopped by the concerted action of  individual citizens.  Check out our prices & selection-m  Many items are on sale now & j  Vancouver can't beat this!    f  (We Guarantee it!)  ACCEiVTS  . ��� _,  i"   C-O-U-N-T-R-Y    Gibsons Landing j ,yH?^?X K>  "    "tt Store *�� 186.9Z86  e>      yjgjfljS J,  -,     "Open 7 days, 10:00 - 5:00" aJe^Sfl" f  VjV^VVi%%%%VU%V.*'JWVW+  ���J   Gift Store  Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods  BUTCHER SHOP  Canada Grade A Beef - Outside round  roasts 2.591  ,l'.99  Lear Ground  beef ��  Fresh ��� Frying 4        M ft.  chicken legs        �� 1.49  Schneider's - Sliced side 4%       M ^%  bacon s^u.^y  GROCERY  g U user I o  (Free collector's tir with 2 purchases) #%       M ^%  COFFEE n 0.49  1.99  .99   m  Campbell's Hotnecookin  Country style pea Old world t-4      jp ft  SOUP *"'"."! 540m,  1.09  Christie's Premiu.n Pius Soda  crdcKGrs asoq  Four varieties   Twirrings  tea i  Sunrise - Assorted mu9 ^%  fruit juices       mmi. I o  Seahaul - Cocktail ���*>!       ft ^\  shrimp u* I .oo  Kroeger ��� Assorted ft ^%  crackers m, .yy  Catelli ��� Spaghetti ��� Vermicelli - Riga-tori       ftft  pasta 5oo9 .yy  Seahaul (with leg meat) ft     <-4 ft  crab ��.iy  Splendor ��� Macaroni & cheese M ^%  dinner 200s .~\\3  Nielsor s assorted Will-o Pak *i      ft ft  chocolates \.l\j  Country Meadow - assorted colours    m\        M ^  soap 6 te I ifiraL  PRODUCE  Money's  MUSHROOMS  .1.98  California ��� Cello ^^ ^%  spinach ,20^ .yy  B C. Spartan M ft  apples <b.4y  California   Hulk medium ft ft  carrots .��.17  Mexican ��� Choice grade ��� Field ft ,#%  cucumbers b.oy  DELI  Freybe ��� Smoked turkey am.    [man.  pastrami per >..�����, L. U aL  Sport Copenhagen  9* W��P  Like to  Frame  Somebody  for  Christmas?  Come by and see us today  We have a good selection of matte boards and  moldings, and are qualified to stretch needlework  and dry-mount and frame family memorabilia. All  work is done on location.  Bring in your treasures NOW before the  Christmas rush!  O WORK WEN?  /IK WORLD  pShow Piece Frames^  280 Gower Pt. Rd.. Gibsons Landing  Upstairs above  Show Piece Gallery 886*921S  2eS0 Gower Pt. Rd.. Gibsons  (The pink store with the pink teoat)  aEiuaa^i',  amam^m^ammsmssmsmm  S^aaa^am^a^iSfa community news  Coast News, November 12,1990  ROBERTS CREEK  Schools are teaching recycling  (43k  by Janice Leighton, 88fr3541  Reduce, reuse, recycle. These  are the environmental three R's  being taught and practised at  Roberts Creek Elementary.  Teachers Nicki Kravac and  Jeff Mams have organized a  hierarchy of compost buckets  destined to fertilize the school's  garden. The school purchased  two large plastic corn-  posters���the kind that look like  unusual garbage cans. One is a  large black plastic above-  ground composter and is  located in the garden by the  community use room. The  other is a below-ground plastic  cone dug in nearby.  The bucket brigade starts in  each classroom with children  DAVIS BAY NEWS & VIEWS  discarding their apple cores,  orange peels, bruised unwanted  pears, chewed carrot sticks, elc.  into the bucket instead of the  usual garbage can. No bread,  cheese nor meat is collected to  discourage rodents. Daily each  room's compost monitor empties the classroom bucket into  the composter and again places  the lid on securely. Other than  leaves collected on the school  grounds, nothing else is added.  The above ground composter  is now partially full and is working satisfactorily, decomposing  organic scraps from a school of  lunch bags, preparing soil for  spring plantings.  FITNESS  Fitness classes in the school  gym on Tuesdays (from 3:30 to  4:30 pm) and Thursdays (from  4 to 5 pm) are being offered by  Jacquie Allan-Gye. Requested  and organized by the elementary school staff, the classes are  conveniently timed for right  after school. Community  members are welcome to attend  for $2.50 a session. Free  childcare is available due to  volunteer efforts from Grade 7  students.  The classes are being offered  on a week-to-week basis determined by interest, so call the  school at 885-9229 before starting. This must be the best deal  available for fitness enthusiasts.  CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR  The annual Christmas Craft  Fair will fill the Roberts Creek  Hall with Christmas delights on  Sunday, November 25 from 1 to  5 pm. Tables are still available  for $12 from Yvonne at  885-4610.  PRIZES WON  The annual bazaar held on  Saturday, November 3, by the  Roberts Creek Hospital Auxiliary was, as usual, a great success both financially and as a  neighbourhood social event.  Many thanks are due to all the  members who worked long and  diligently; to those who provided homemade articles for the  craft and bake tables, and those  in the kitchen who provided an  assortment of luncheon  delicacies.  .���ffaek & fflll-  PRESCHOOL  For January  Dual Entry Registration  Phone Pamela 886-3154  Monthly meet  by Lauralee Solli, 885-5212  Reminder of monthly  meeting Tuesday, November  13, 7:30 pm. Guests: 'Harmony' (Reg, Lynn and  Michele).  On Saturday, November 24,  you get a second chance to support local crafts people at a  Craft Sale from 9 am to Noon.  There are a few tables available,  just give me a call.  PARENT GROUP  The Davis Bay, Sechelt and  West Sechelt Parent Groups are  sponsoring a School Trustee  "All-Candidates Meeting" on  Thursday, November 15.  The meeting will take place in  the foyer of the Sechelt Elemen  tary School at 7:30 pm. Be informed���come and meet the  hopefuls���Lenore Joe,  Maureen Clayton, Francis  Konopasek, and Mary Bland.  CHURCH BAZAAR  Reminder of St. John's  Bazaar to be held on Saturday,  November 17, 10 am to 1 pm at  the new church on Simpkins  Road in Davis Bay.  CONGRATULATIONS  Stevie and i^lex Lockhart, ex  Davis Bayers who now live in  Sechelt, celebrated their fiftieth  wedding anniversary this last  weekend with a family gathering in Surrey. Congratulations.  GET WELL SOON  Terry Gardiner had a bad fall  on the ferry and now has a wrist  in a cast. Hope you are starting  to leel better, Terry.  TEDDY BEAR DAY CARE  Happy Birthday to Paige,  Corey and Ashley.  Every few days the children  are checking the creek for  salmon���no sign of any yet.  Hope its either too late, or too  early and not that there aren't  any.  M  E  D  U  C  A  O  N  SCHOOL  TRUSTEE  For  ��� Quality Education ��� Accountability  ��� Good Communication    ��� Future Planning  VOTE  V Pat Stuart  MARY'S VARIETY  Now Featuring  The Simpsons  Fun Window Finds  S Door Knob Finds  S Wall Finds  Open 7 Days A Week 886-8077  Cower Pt. Rd., Gebsotu Landing,)  ^BjP^  Spanish Glass   &   Portuguese Pottery  i   Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons Landing       116-2111  Replacing or repairing  your boat top?  All vinyls, canvas, hardware,   *  zippers, etc. for  -f>  the do-it-yourselfer.    %.  Will UPHOLSTERYI  ��� ��������& BOAT TOPS ltd  637   Wyngaert   Rd.,   Gibsons  I  Eagles & Whales Gallery  Sunshine  ��� Prints  Coast   ��� Cards  Photos  . Frames  ��� Posters  I Marine Dr.. Gibsons (Beside Dockside  Sunshine Coast Tours  i Louisa Charters     Fishing Charters  mooti    From $15 par hour   ������3*1 30 bom   Come in io a Friendly Caie  Relax and Enjoy  A superbly satisfying meal  A "famous" Harbour Cafe  homo made dessert  ���Cro.it service from people  who care  HARBOUR  Chse.nsLand.ng Cdfe 886-2261  YOU'VE GOT A FRIEND AT  nocksfne QOtjQp phaRrraiqy  441 Marine Drive. Gibsons   8868158  JUST ARRIVED!  TurquolM A Pawter  Jewtlry & Qlft Items  Earrings, Pendants,  Key Chains,  Money Clips, and More  (Great 'Util Away' Gifts)  Open 7 Days a Week  262 Cower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing  886-2116  t  WISHFUL  THINKING  Christmas is just around  the corner, .better bring  Santa's list and check  our prices, you'll be  surprized how much  you'll save on price  comparison with other  stores.  Bring this ad &  we'll post date  your cheque or  credit card to Dec.  1, 1990.  muit ptmca is Htac  275 Gower Point Road.  Gibsons Landing  886-3812  Have lunch  or dinner at  the Omega  o  OMEGA  RESTAU-R-A-N-T  OVERLOOKING GIBSONS HARBOUR  RESERVATIONS      886*2261      TAKE-OUT  ���iption Service SEVEN DA YS A WEEK: Weekdays lo 7:00 pm  Controlling High Blood Pressure  "I have been taking pills for  a high blood pressure condition for quite some time  now. Recently. I've been  feeling lots better. Can I  stop my medication?"  Absolutely not. Talk to  your doctor first, tryou stop  taking this medication on your  own without your doctor's consent, you are endangering your  health. Your chances of having a  stroke or heart attack will be  greatly increased  Blood pressure is simply the  force of blood pushing against  the walls of blood vessels Uncontrolled, high blood pressure  (sometimes called hypertension)  damages blood vessels in the  brain, heart and .kidney by adding  to the workload of the heart and  artenes  If blood pressure is high  and uncontrolled and remains so for quite a long  time, it can lead to stroke,  heart attack, kidney failure.  Most people with high blood  pressure have no noticeable  symptoms The only way to  know If you have high blood  pressure is to have it measured  preferably by someone who has  had practice taking blood pres  sure readings It your blood pres  sure Is high on at least two  separate occasions, treatment to  lower blood pressure should be  started  Many diflerent drugs may be  used to treat high blood pressure  Some of these produce side ef  fects in susceptible people. For  example, one group of drugs acts  as a diuretic (water pill) and increases the flow of urine. For the  first days you could feel mildly  dizzy That feeling passes soon.  Ask your pharmacist or doctor  for advice about possible side ef  fects when you have your  prescription filled.  0"m  Your doctor has also probably  told you to make certain changes  in your lifestyle Avoiding alcohol, losing weight, not  smoking, and avoiding salt  are the sorts of things  which help to control blood  pressure. Most paoents need to  carefully follow a medication  schedule, too Your pharmacist  can help you with these routines  For exam,ple. if you are restricting  your salt and calcine intake, you  will want to know which cough  and cold preparations to avoid  and what antacids nol to take  Your pharmacist has this information Speak to your pharmacist also if you are considering  the use of salt substitutes These  products generally contain potas  sium. and can interfere with  some prescription blood pressure  medications.  High blood pressure cannot be cured, but it can be  controlled. You may have to  take medication for the rest of  your life You will have to have  your blood pressure monitored  closely all the rest of your life.  Always make sure you  have enough medication to  last through holidays and  weekends, it is important that  you not miss any doses. Plan  ahead for your prescription  renewals and refills by calling  your local pharmacy a few days  before your prescn,p0on runs out.  Pharmacists are trained to help  you with your medication Don't  ever hesitate to ask for all the in  formation you need to safeguard  vour health  An advisory column written by  The Canadian Pharmaceutical  Association, Ottawa, Ontario.  E*T*A;   /ejOTTleeT,  /   T1CMT  Your lull line /._��g!!l_\with something  I Entei with s  Any Non-Winning On-Line Ticket   aa  .649 Lotlo BC   E.peesi oi B C, Keeeee!  Each week we will draw tor  $10.00 worth ot your choice  ol lottery tickets  $gf%$, "  THURSDAY IS SENIORS' DAY  Sara 10%?  With Gold Car* Card  I a. t.pi Picscriplions and Lotlffy *f icfcets  YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD DRUG STORE  V  i^WMU  ���tftiH  ImmM  amm  smsmmrn.  ���-'-*-*--��� ���-���������  Mj�� ��� ���-ee . 10.  Coast News. November 12.1990  community news  Seniors working hard at crafts for their bazaar on November 17.  SECHELT SENIC  -Heelh larmier ph..I..  Fighting the eternal flea  by Joyce OsUry  No doubt, by this time of the  year, all of us that have pets  have been to the veterinarian  and bought the latest cure for  fleas.  Fighting the flea is ultimately  futile. If you have 10,000 fleas  and kill 9,999 of them, the remaining flea, if female, can lay  500 eggs, capable of growing into rapaciously reproducing  adult fleas in just 10 days. We  don't need a computer to tell us  we need more flea spray.  If you have often wondered  what to have the orchestra play  for a wedding anniversary party, perhaps this list will help:  The   first   anniversary   is  "Night and Day". For the fifth  anniversary, "Saturday Night".  | For   the   tenth   anniversary,  ' "Once in a While". For the  ?��� twenty-fifth anniversary, "Now  and Then", and the fiftieth an-  , niversary is "Thanks for the  Memoiees" and any year after  Portable  Toilet  ��� Construction Sites;  ��� Special Events  ��� Outdoor Picnics  ��� Weddings, etc.  Alto:  Septic Tank Pumping  that, "We Did It Before and  We Can Do It Again" will do  nicely.  I received three envelopes of  tickets for the Seniors' Lottery.  I'll only be using one envelope,  so if you need any tickets let me  know. Make the cheque out to  Senior Citizen's Association,  Branch 69 and mail it or bring it  to the hall.  Powell River hosts the  Regional Seniors Meeting at a  luncheon on November 14.  The hall is a-buzz with activity that centres around the  Christmas Bazaar on November  |7 from 11 am to 3 pm. We are  taking orders for Christmas  Cake and Christmas Carrot  Pudding. There are kitty scratching posts, pet snacks, bird  feeders, wooden garden pets,  tool table, bake table and a  special table for the men's baking. Seeds, cones and whatever  cover wooden wreathes and  bells. You can find shawls,  sweaters, slippers and more and  more...  Thanks to the generous  hearts, we are now filling the second hamper. Admission is free  and there will be refreshments  to buy.  ��� Nikki Weber Presents will be  seen at the hall on November 18  at 8 pm. Tickets are on sale at  Talewind Books, Books and  Stuff and from Nikki Weber at  885-9091 and Larry Grafton at  885-2759. Come out and enjoy  some good entertainment.  The potluck dinner on  November 24 will start at 5 pm  and the movie is The Earthling.  Please bring your own plates  and cutlery, a pot and its own  serving spoon, and $1 for admission.  The events will start with dinner, the movie, a break for coffee and dessert, and then the remainder of the movie. The raffle ticket draw will be that same  evening. The tickets are 50 cents  each or three for $1. Prizes are  an afghan, gingerbread house  and a leaded glass picture..  Christmas dinner tickets'for  Noon on December 13 are Wftoj  I each, and there are a limited^ ������  nunibfcr   available.   Phone.  885-7792 for those tickets and at'  the same time put in your reservation  for New Year's Eve.  There is a 50 couple limit or 100  i  singles.  Don't forget our Branch 69  meeting on November 15.  lake   time   to   vote   on  November 17.  Final report for  multi-use park  The final report of the committee that has been studying  plans for a new multi-use  Agricultural/Recreational Park  was submitted to Ihe Outdoor  Recreation Advisory Committee (ORAC) last week.  Committee Chairman Lisa  Williams told ORAC members  that her group rrcommends that  Block 1313be used for the park.  "We should make an application to crown lands right  away," suggested Bill Moore.  "It will take quite a while to get  it, but if we apply now, it will be  flagged for our use."  ORAC members recom-  mended that the next stages of  bringing the park into reality ���  site analysis and engineering  reports ��� be started as soon as  possible.  Permanent Roof  With A  50-Year Warranty?  We'll have one on  display at the  SUNNYCREST MALL  in Gibsons, B.C.  Monday, Nov. 12 to  Friday, Nov. 16  INTERNATIONAL  EXTERIORS  (B.C.) LTD.  Karl Hawkins  A hands on manager with municipal  management experience  A practical problem solver  Front line supervisor with lots of  people experience  Committed to solving the problems of  our water and sewage services  Concerned to see our town grow  without destroying our lifestyle  Prepared to commit the time and effort  required  Concerned that our seniors will have  quality care facilities  Committed to team management and  co-operative problem solving  A taxpaying resident of Gibsons  HAWKINS  Karl  Alderman  m  For Transportation to the Polling Station  Phone 886*3480 or 886*3580  is SAFE with  my VOTES  LATER  Alderman Doug Reid  Sechelt, November 17  rat'-'*-';-** ���'���   *    m-'~*'*'-f-  ?-)T.*~  0i *��� J'**-*  ^^iMMM HALFM  Coast News, November 12,1990  11.  Hall versus Munro this week  by Ruth Forrester, 885-241S  It is most important that  Halfmoon Bay residents make a  special effort to be at Halfmoon  Bay School this Thursday,  November 15 when school  board candidates Lynne Munro  and .Shirley Hall will be on hand  to state their platform and to  answw questions.  Tile outcome of this election  ���contents you and your tax  dollars, so, as well as parents of  pupils there should be a good  turnout of citizens of all voting  ages, particularly the senior  ritizens group.  For you young parents there  will be babysitters available at  the meeting.  READ-A-THON  Halfmoon Bay Elementary  School is mounting a fundraising drive by way of a Read-a-  thon. Students will be asking  for pledges for reading time accumulated over the two week  period of November 19 to 30.  Watch for students seeking  pledges over the weekend of  November 15.  Proceeds will go towards the  construction of the much needed playground. If you have any  questions feel free to call  Katherine at 885-5607.  CHRISTMAS CRAFTS  Welcome Bwch Preschool is  holding its second Annual  Christmas Craft Sale this Saturday, November 17 from 10 am  to 3 pm at Trail Bay Mall. Bring  the lads along and they can have  thdr faces painted while you  browse.  November 17 is also the date  of the Annual Christmas Craft  Fair and Bazaar at the Seniors  Hall in Sechelt, so you can have  a great day of Christmas shopping by going from fair to fair.  TRAGIC ACCIDENT  The many friends of Hugh  McPhalen, long time resident of  Redrooffs were shocked to  learn of his death last wecek, the  result of having been hit by a  vehicle on a pedestrian  crosswalk. Mr. McPhalen had  taken up residence in an apartment in North Vancouver and it  was while he was out for a short  walk that the accident occurred.  He was 93 years of age, and  Hugh and his late wife Agnes  were well known and loved in  Halfmoon Bay where they lived  in retirement.  He is survived by three  daughters Patricia Mitten, Mar-  jorie Hunter and Noreen Ur-  quhart and by one son, Arthur.  There are 13 grandchildren and  16 great-grandchildren, all of  whom will sorely miss this fine  gentleman.  Hugh was born in Canmore,  Alberta and was holder of the  military medal for gallantry in  WWI. He was a life member in  the Canadian Legion which leed  to his passionate interest in  veterans' welfare and was a long  time mason.  A memorial service was held  in North Vancouver on  November 10. Donations to the  North Shore Meals on Wheels  would be a fitting tribute to pay  to his memory. Our sympathies  go out to Hugh's large and loving family at this time.  Yet another long-time  Redrooffs resident who passed  away recently was Etta Dooley,  beloved wife of Walter, mother  of three sons and grandmother  of several children. Etta was  confined to hospital for a long  time and is finally at p<eace.  In the 1960's both Walter and  Etta were active members of the  local square dance group.  She will be much missed by  her family and by her many  friends.  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary  Gibsons Branch Presents  ���  Nikki Weber  Musical Extravaganza  FRIDAY, NOV. 23   AT 8:00 PM  GIBSONS UNITED CHURCH HALL  Decadent Desserts Available during Intermission  PROCEEDS: Kills' Cardiac eCare Equipment TleCKETSe $5.00  /^-DEPENDABLE ���  AUIO SERVICE  DID TOO now...  ���Riiiil'  WE SELL PARIS  The South Coeufi Only  BOA* APPIOTI9 Shop  (Special conalderauon to BCAA members)  Dtop oil you.  COAST NEWS  yCmmtoW   AUTOMOTIVE  St. Mary's Hospital Administrator, Ted Wright, accepts a $7000 cheque from Old Age Pensioners'  Organization (OAPO) members Bill Martin, Catherine Martin, and President Gerry Hupe. Branch  38 raised the money to endow a Palliative Care Room. -Ju MicKui shcnau photo  KIDS  CHRISTMAS  DRESSES  & DRESS SHOES  Our Selection is Good NOW!  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt 885-5255  fetfw  ADVANCED  SYSYEAl 3  29" Stereo Receiver/  ZenthThequelitySotslnlxlorelhermmtlotsi^'    MORltOr With        TV/VCR Remote  Con.ro/$1099ai  Gracelul styling and proportions in a solidly constructed  Contemporary cabinet. MTS  Slereo Sound System. Swivel  viewing convenience. Warm,  Honey Oak finish applied to  durable wood products and  hardwood solids.  Even our best value VCR Is  built with HQ circuitry. Unified  TV/VCR Remote controls onscreen programming. 1 year, 8  event timer with 155 channel  tuning.  VCR With Unified  Remote       $399  SUNSHINE COAST TV LTD.  More lhan a TV Store.  Home Electronics    MON ��� SAT  Sales & Service '������*�� ��� imi  5674 Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-9816  Remember  GLASSY  Excluding Lingerie and  Accessories  For All Your Gifts  ���Mi'w  Store Hours        ,0 - 5  Meere. - Sal.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  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JOIN NOW AND SAVEI  NftV FtST&HJEXlELE PROGRAM  RE-ELECT  MAUREEN OLAYTON  School Trustee ��� Sechelt  * Promotes quality & excellence -Equity &  fairness to All Children  * Effective Team management Good working  relationship with employee unions  * Financial Responsibility - Balanced budget  ���No deficit  * Leadership experience - Serving Sechelt as  trustee -10 years, 3 as Chairperson ��� 2 as  Vice-Chairperson ��� Chaired - Communications. Personnel labour negotiation  committees.  VOTE ��� Maureen Clayton  'ADVOCATING FOR OUR FUTURE ���  OUR CHILDREN1'  Questions ��� Enquiries - Rides To The Poll - 885-2629  immWmmm  mtiamjmajmmmmmmaamasmmiiTi-i-'--- ���- -��� -iv - 12. Coast News, November 12,1990  8 im - 5 pm H  Sundays, (Gibsons Only) MMM  lOim - 4 pm 1  GIBSONS  Gibsons    Sechelt  886-8141   885-7121  Vsncouver (Toll-FrM) 688-6814  BUILDING SUPPLIES  TWO LOCATIONS   sunshine coast highway gibsons  wharf and dolphin sechelt  mt.gr*- -.-p' . -    a.       ���-   r-   �� -���     re   y    r-     a  Mai  tttm**  mtmm  .���:-::~.-'..?.<',T,?,*.?.**i-*��**.*��?tt���� community news  Coast News, November 12,1990 13.  HARBOUR WATCH  it  EGMONT NEWS  by JKalyn Vhceet, S83-2M0  MEETINGS  There will lie an information  meeting at the Pender Harbour  Clinic on Nove-mter 15 at 10am  to 12 Noon. Here is your chance  to have a coffee and see the ar-  chitectura) plans for the new expansion of the clinic. Trustees  will be available for any questions presented by the members  and public.  The Pender Harbour and  District Health Centre Society is  reminding people that they on  vote for the clinic expansion on  Novetmtfcr 17.  VANCOUVER BURN UNIT  Firefighter calendars are now  on sale at the following locations: The Oak Tree Market,  John Henry's, The Pharmacy,  Legion and IGA. You get a  supw calendar for just $6.99, all  proceeds go to our one and only  burn unit in Vancouver, BC.  Total raised so far has b<een  $318,000! What a great cause  and a great gift to add onto  your Christmas list. Feel free to  do your part.  LEGION DINNER & DANCE  Playing live at the .Legion on  November 23 at 9 pm are The  Spin-offs. A dinner special will  be available for $4.95, including  garlic bread, spaghetti and  meatballs. You'll want to get up  and dance after that meal!  Members and guests are  welcome.  The Spin-offs will also be  playing   at   the   Legion   on  November 24 at 9 pm. Enjoy!  RV SUPPLIES  Since we do not have an RV  store in our area, the local  marinas sell the white moisture  beads for campers and boats.  These beads come with or  without a kit. They are very  easy to use and are a must, since  they collect unwanted moisture.  Be sure to keep in a deep tray or  sink, and remove if sleeping in  the units.  HOME COMING  There are still a few tickets  left for the Fishermans'  Homecoming Dance. Phone  Nancy at 883-2380 between 11  am and 12 Noon.  HANDSHAKES  There are two handshakes to  be given out this week. The first  bucket full of thanks goes out to  Dennis and Bruce. They fixed  the water leak so that our post  office gals (Shirley and Sherry)  did not have to wear hip-  waders. What good Samaritans!  The second handshake goes  out to my editor who asked  "How do moose get caught?"  Well at least he caught the  mistake in the paper. Thanks  Michael!  TELESCOPING IT  It is a good time for burning  garden shrubbery or stumps.  No permits are needed in our  area after October 31 to April.  Draining the garden hose is a  must now, with Jack Frost  upon us.  The highway extension by  Woods Bay will start November  13. Be advised of short waits by  Road Warrior Traffic Control  personnel.  Mount St. Helens spouted  ash 400 feet up in the clouds on  November 5.  Ray Skelly in Powell River is  advising the public to cash in  their Canada Savings Bonds to  protest the GST. Total to date  cashed in the Powell River  Credit Union is $25,000.  The Ministry of Forests states  that Wormy .Lake is open for  firewood. To get to Wormy  Lake, you take the first turn  prior to Trout Lake. After five  kilometres up the dirt road, you  will hit the lake. The permits are  free.  by Dixie Percy, 883-9206  I know there are some of you  who go down the road to  Sechelt or Gibsons very infrequently, but next lime you do,  take notice of how busy it is  becoming. People now have to  line up for everything from car  repairs to laundromats. Left-  hand turns are getting tricky  and parking is at a premium.  You need 3e60 degree vision or  lots of mirrors to get you in and  oul of town!  Along with this population  explosion comes a higher incidence of vandalism and Egmont has not escaped this growing pain. It is the talk of the  town lately, with stories cropping up all over of damaged or  stolen goods. Maybe we need to  start up a neighbourhood watch  program or something.  On the brighter side, Egmont  was treated to an afternoon Tea  and Bake Sale last Wednesday,  put on by the Ladies of the Egmont Community Club. Sherry  Boutris and Dorothy Farrell  won first and second door  prizes and Gloria Fritz won the  cake raffle. There were lots of  delectable goodies and a nice  time was had by all. Thank you  ladies.  A happy retirement to Phil  Muncaster who has hung up his  watchman's clock at the  LeFarge Gravel Pit.  Shirley Hall will be busy in  Ihe next while as she is running  in the School Board Elections.  Who will take her place on the  tennis court?  There are more people on the  recuperating list. Janet Williams  and Ann Kenmuir are back at  home after a stay at St. Mary's  Hospital and Don Lavallee has  been walking around with some  broken ribs so please don't  anyone tell him any jokes. Gel  well soon!  John Seabrook has donated a  set of his 'Magnificent 7' knives  for the Egmont Lions Club  Christmas Raffle. Tickets are  available through Betty Silvey  or at various places like the Fritz  Family Restaurant or Ruby  Lake. Look for them in Pender  Harbour as well.  As usual, don't forget that  treasure trove, the Egmont  Thrift Store, open Wednesdays,  and Saturday afternoons with  conversation, coffee and fr��h  baking just waiting al the top of  the stairs.  Also, the Public Health  Nurse will be in Egmont on  Wednesday, November 14, at  approximately 2:30 pm.  tRtfi&Tions  Bath Collection  For Beautiful Christmas Gift Ideas  Towels - Bath Rugs   Bath Accessaries  5670 COWIf ST., SECHEIT 665-4693  KIDS  Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt  HOUSECOATS  PYJAMAS  NIGHTIES  SLIPPERS  We have them all!  885-5255  Artisan Exhibition  & Sale  Saturday, November 17  Sunnycrest Mall  Artistic Creations by  High School Students  Balloon Sculpture  Baskets  Books (autographed)  Boxes  Cards  lewellery, Silver, etc.^  Pepper Jelly  Photographs  Prints (autographed  Puppets  T-Shirt Art  Water Colours  Wooden Toys  and more...  Gingerbread House Contest  Sponsored fay GIBSONS LANDING HERITAGE SOCIETY  ijxancm.   Joining J-oungtz & Cafe  AT THE PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  HOURS:  MON.-FRI.     6:30am-10epm  SAT.-SUN. 8am-10pm  Licenced Dining Lounge  FRI. & SAT. NIGHT  PRIME RIB  Plus Additional Specials  Salad far All Weekend .  Join  us jot a gouwtet meat  in tne diaina lounge  ox a neaxlu Lxeahfast & Lunch in the cafe.  For Reservations Call: 883-9330  OVER 100 HOUSES-^  SINCE SECHELTibeLUMBING STARTED about Vh years ago, we have plumbed over 100 houses on*  the Sunshine XZo|ijl. We have done a {lumber of commercial buildings and a motel, not to mention"*  hundreds of service calls and have replaced many hot water tanks. We must be doing something right.  WE CAN PROVIDE  * Complete new home plumbing, the right way  tV Competent people for almost any type of service work  * In home sprinkler systems  * In floor radiant heat  t> Water filter systems  ���k Soon - Natural Gas installations  FREE ESTIMATES - ARNOLD SKEI 885-1929  SECHELT PLUMBING  DIVISION OF SKEI PLUMBING H, HEATING LTD.  SHOPPING  SKenmar Cur  ienmar jjrapenes  & NEEOLECRAFT SUPPIIES  883-2274  883-9551  Building  Supplies  HOME/.1LL  BUILDING CENTRE  M MARINA  PHARMACY  883-2888  Oak Tree Market  Open 7 days a week  10 am ��� 8 pm  ffrahn .Kemp \  Marina  TOTAl SHOPPING  7 D��v.�� VMe  ATI Chcv.eel, Pnedeel,,  883-2253  COMPLETE  GARDEN  CENTRE  OPEN 7 DAYS A  NUIKERY  iwHit^----*  9:30 am ��� 6:00 pm 883-9183"  01HTM HABOWAU  hardware  houacwarci  laceUe  |     |��llH  885-9914  PENDER HIRBOUR  HAS IT ULI  SHOPPING  ���\\     Check  /  Our Flyer  FOODUNER  MARINE SERVICES  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery 8, Repairs  Moved to Garden Bay  Marine Services  RECREATION  7**  Garden Bay  Hotel  I'eeh. WnleerTeeeeie Keeslaeerane. MeeeereeeTee Ale  TTlearuers. Klshreeil Charroro, Hike Keeiileels  8831674 fub  813 D919 Rtstieereanl  Pender Harbour  Restaurant  Canadian & Chinese Cuisine'  883-2413  HAIRDRESSERS  HEADWATER MARINA ltd.  Ways, Hi-Pressure Washing,  4 Year-Round Moorage  883-2406  Madeira Marina  883-2266  - Illat/LX  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  CONTRACTORS  MOBILE HOMES  New mil Used - Instant Housing  883-9338 or 580-4321 (call collect)  SERVICES  Roofing  883-9303  Tai t Giotel. Shah**. Shlnglti.  ffitini Rooti. Toeth On. DmiokU  REFLECTIONS  f'.��CIJ,W  Hair Studio  Fw appointment call M3-2545  Peninsula Power 8>  Cable Ltd.  High 4 ln�� Vi>IIj��p P����*r"T I"-*.  Oultlixn suh stJiiiio-  HH.i-2.MH  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Graee'l, (le'.eeenes  ���ee'plie Svsie-eees  HHt-9222  i$ 883-9046  j^&eahorse  ft.  onstruction  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhoe' & Dunrplrurle  Service'  883-2747 or 883-2730  The Sunshine  COAST NSWI  Coast  estern Airlines Ltd.  lor reservations/information on  daily scheduled flights & cleaners  call US-4711 (SuniMeel Cuitl  M4I7M (Vancouver)  HUGH W. JONES  Lawyer  883-9525  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  SUPPORT  YOUR  FRIENDS &  NEIGHBOURS  Pender Hirbour  Realty Ltd.  883-9525  l \\ 883-9524  Sechelt  SHOE QEPAIQ  Pender Harbour drop off:  The Paper Mill  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  Immt 14.  Coast News, November 12,1990  Four candidates contest Sechelt seats  Two vacancies on Board  Carol Adams has lived on the  Sunshine Coast for 10 years.  She served as Trustee for one  three-year term, and has bwn  Chairman of the Board for one  year.  "I'm looking forward to  another term," she said. "During this term we have achieved a  lot of progress in employee relationships. There are a lot of  things we have begun and I'd  like to see them through.  "I appreciate the support  we've received from the public.  This is an exciting time for  education, and I'd like to assist  in making some of the changes  happen."  Mary Bland, a 20 year resident of the Coast, is a dental  hygienist who works in a private  practice as a clinician and office  manager, as well as conducting  dental health and screening programs in the schools.  She and her dentist husband,  Don Bland, and their three  children are active in outdoor  pursuits, and she is involved in  many volunteer activities. She  has also served as President of  Maureen Clayton has been a  trustee for 10 years, serving as  Board Chairperson for three  years and vice-che<airperson for  two years. She has been a  chairperson or member of  several committees, "and  through this experience," she  said, "have learned about the  depth and complexity of the  school system."  Clayton said that she is proud  to be part of the achievements  of the past years and if she is  reelreted will continue to work  for the annual development and  implementation of board goals  in cooperation wilh the board,  staff and community; support  both the BC Dental Hygienists'  Association and Sunshine Coast  Parents for French and has been  actively involved in fundraising  for the Heart Foundation.  She went on to say thai she is  running for school trustee "to  ensure that the school board  follows proper procedures in  decision making; that an open  style of government is adopted;  and that effective two-way communication is instituted."  the implementation of ihe Year  2000 curriculum; and continue  with the revision and review of  the policy book.  Citing examples of successfully completed Board projects she has .been involved in,  Clayton mentioned the "five  year building and grounds improvement plan; the new maintenance shop; a good working  Professor Francis Konopasek  has an impressive list of credentials which includes stints as a  research scientist in nuclear  physics and engineering with  UNESCO and professor of  science at the University of  Manitoba.  He has been on the boards  and served on the committees of  a great many organizations  across Canada and made history as the country's first single  male foster parent in 1960.  Since that time, in addition to  their own six children, he and  his wife have been foster  parents to 500 children, many  of them handicapped or of different racial origin.  relationship with employee  groups; the hiring of a terrific  and effective management  team; and a balanced budget."  In an expression of the  philosophy that governs her actions as a trustee, Clayton said  lhat she advocates "a principle  of accountability in education"  which she defines as "good  decision making."  Since retiring to the Coast,  Konopasek has become involved with a wide variety of community organizations, many of  them concerned with children.  He is critical of many actions  of the present School Board,  and is concerned about rising  taxation. He advocates a firmer  decision making policy and  maintains that "any decision is  belter than indecision and a  compromise is sometimes the  worst decision."  He stressed the need for long  term planning and pointed out  that "if we are to believe the  2020 conference, our school  population will double by the  year 2000."  Shirley Hall is a retired  teacher who taught in elementary and junior secondary '  schools in Surrey for 25 years.  She worked as a librarian, a  classroom teacher and in outdoor education.  She is a member of the Sunshine Coast Peace Committre,  Amnesty International and environmental groups.  "I have Iwo grandchildren in  school," said Hall, "so I have  kept in touch with educational  trends. If elected I would work  for parental involvement in  district planning; continuing  good labour relations; careful  use of district resources and  budget; a recycling program; a  program to make the schools  more environmentally friendly;  strong backup for teachers; and  more support for the Global  Studies Curriculum."  Lynne Munro was bom and  raised in Belfast, Northern  Ireland, and has lived on the  .Sunshine Coast for the last 17  years. She worked for a time as  an x-ray technician at St.  Mary's Hospital, and now lives  with her husband and five  children in Madeira Park.  She is active in several  volunteer organizations and  said that her experience as a  representative of parents has  given her "a fair knowledge of  the principles and goals of the  new initiatives in education."  "I have taken the time to inform myself of the role and  many of the responsibilities of a  trustee," she said. "I strongly  believe that decisions made by  the board must reflect equal opportunity to all our children in  this district  Gerald William Dixon  ontoun  m  ftlfSaW) sa"��37  %  U,  EXAMPLE 1  Levelor  Over The Competition  blinds 48" x 60"  Mini  $201.00  ���New View -$126.00  20% OFF  Verticals, Pleated Shades, Micro  ^-PTF^imates STORE HOURS:  FRfct      ,-nation       Wednesday ��� Saturday, 9 am ��� 4 pm  FRJ&J#���' 886-3191  All Candidates' Forum  FOR SCHOOL  TRUSTEES  Wednesday, November 14th  7j30 p.m.  Sechelt Elementary School Gym  =��*���  ALDERMAN  for  District Municipality  of Sechelt  Candidates from Rural Area I,  Rural Area 2, District of Sechdt &  Tott'n of Gibsons uill be present  Spoi\spred by;  Sunshine Coast Teachers' Association  Common  Sense  Affordable  Government  VOTE  November 17th  -<��  WILSON, Robert F.  X  \  :A  Gordon Wilson  =The Marine  Lives in Area 'A' in  Middlepoint (since 1976)  Married to Elizabeth (Liz), two  children, Mat and Tina.  Proven work record (has  reduced his instructional load  at Capilano College to provide  the time to serve our  community)  Remarkable ability to get  things done  Honest  Fair  Visionary  Experienced ��� has held every  major position on the  Regional Board (except  Chairman).  THE  mHSs Vision   ^  ��� Protection of lakes and  watersheds underway  ��� Helping with clinic expansion  plans  ��� Helping Seniors' Housing  Project  ��� Working on introduction of  Transit Service  ��� Extension of fire protection in  the Ruby Lake area is  underway  ��� Helping institute Coast-wide  Emergency Response  Dispatch  ��� Highway and Ferry  improvements will continue  ��� A comprehensive Community  Plan will be done  iHis Record!  [The By-Lawi  ��� Secured Ranger Station as  Community Centre (Music  School/Library/Serendipity  Play School/Art Gallery)  ��� Developed local parks ���  Katherine Lake ��� Dan Bosch,  etc.  ��� Established first Integrated  Foreshore Management Plan  in Canada ��� Sechelt Inlet  Study  Developed regulation to  control fish farming in our  area  Founded 'Arts Liason &  Support Committee' helping  writers, painters, actors and  musicians.  Held 24 of 26 Public Hearings  in Area 'A' since his election.  Completion will speed up  funding for Community Plan  By-law 96 (existing by-law) has  been amended so many times  (119 times) it no longer stands  up in a court of law  New by-law will not change  existing land use  The by-law will not devalue  property ��� property value is  determined by market trends  All residents can review and  comment on the by-law before  adoption  On November 17th RE-ELECT GORDON  Paid for by Residents of Area 'A' In Support of Gordon Wilson  r**.***-'" -':'r' -~~^ ���'���>���'������ *"~- ^>   ������   r* ���*-**��*? * *"������*"'���'' '   '^ _ "2. ^ Coast News, November 12,1990  ���^ uoasi news, novemoer i;  Seven vie for School Board in Area 2  15.  Three vacanciee on Board  Mariette Bcrimtein has lived  and worked in Pender Harbour,  Sechelt, Roberts Creek and Gibsons for the past 13 years and  now lives in Roberts Creek with  her husband and three  daughters.  She has been active in long  range planning for recreation  and leisure services and is  presently Co-chairperson of  PALS.  "I firmly believe that quality  education is only achieved when  students, parents, community  members, teachers, administration and the School Board are  all participants in the decision  malting process," said Berinslein.  As a fifteen year resident of  Roberts Creek with two  children in elementary school,  Lynn Chapman cites her three  year experience as school trustee  and her many volunteer activities as qualifications for  reelection to the School Board.  A former pre-school teacher,  she was one of the founders of  the Rainbow Pre-school, was  the first teacher for hearing-  impaired children on the Coast,  was a Continuing Education instructor in Early Childhood  Education, is the President of  the Peace Committee, Co-  producer of the 'Peace News',  and is involved in environmental issues.  "I value all children and  recognize their right to a quality  education. I want to contribute  to the development of policies  and regulations that reflect the  programs and goals of this  district; to ensure long range  planning which will include involvement from all interested  stakeholders; and to ensure  fiscal responsibility and accountability for tax dollars."  Berinslein said that she is  committed to "hard work;  honouring policy; new concepts  in education; and environmental issues" and is willing to  "look at all sides of an issue to  creatively solve problems."  She is Ihe chairperson of the  Board's Communications and  Personnel Committees and a  member of several others, as  well as the representative to the  BC School Trustees Association  Provincial Council.  "I will work for carefully  managed implementation of the  Year 2000 program; fair and  tolerant labour management  relations; continued support for  the Global Education, Native  Studies and French Immersion  programs; an improved Core  French program; a balance between the needs and resources of  the educational system; and  partnership with parents and  community.  Are you ready for  Jakob Knaus retired to the  Sunshine Coast six years ago.  He was born and raised in  Switzerland and spent 34 years  in Sri Lanka as a businessman  with a Swiss import company.  "J have always taken a keen  interest in education," he said.  "In Sri Lanka 1 operate an intensive two year management  training course for university  graduates."  Knaus attends most School  Board meetings and says that  his priority is fiscal responsibility so that tax dollars are spent in  a way that benefits all children  in Ihe district, and not "frittered  away for just a few pupils on  elitist programs as early French  Joe Hoi-valh has lived here  for 33 years and for 26 years of  that time he worked at the mill  at Port Mellon.  He served as a School Trustee  in the late 60's and early 70's,  and in the years since has maintained his interest in the school  system.  "I'm not in favour of French  Immersion," he said. "I think it  is a political issue that starts in  Quebec.  "There are a lot of good  ideas in the Year 2000 document. Gerenally speaking, I'm  in favour of it."  Immersion and court cases  ...against the democratically  elected school board.  "I shall work for the setting  of priorities that allow our  children to face the challenge of  adult life by having a solid basic  knowledge of English, computers, arithmetic and social  skills, to earn a meaningful living in our rapidly changing  society."  Lenora Joe is running for her  second term .as School Trustee.  She has lived in Sechelt all her  life and is currently a councillor  on the Indian Band Council.  She has children in elementary  school.  She is chairperson of the  Finance Committee, and a  member of several others.  One of her main interests is  the development of the Native  Studies program, and she was  on the committee that  developed the District's  Marketing Program.  IX GIBSONS  ll )    LANES  ,|pE)- 886-2086  For School Trustee  Rural Area 2  "Committal to a  Community Voice  in Education"  &  BERINSTEIN Mariette  XI  Pal Stuart and her husband  and three children have lived on  the Sunshine Coast for 14 years.  A son and a daughter are  students at Elphinstone, and a  daughter attends UBC.  Stuart has been a school  trustee for thrre years and is  currently vice-chairman of the  board. She has a Bachelor of  Education degree from UBC,  and taught ai schools in Vancouver and Prince George.  "I support ihe Board's decision on Middle French Immer-  Judy Wilson served as trustee  and vice-chairman from 1987 to  1988. She left to take over her  current job of General Manager  of Administration of Marathon  Telecom in Vancouver, and  plans, if elected, to take one day  off work to attend to school  board affairs.  She told the Coasl News that  key points in her platform are  HURRY IN!   Etctttnq nev.  Iron) V.mrou  |oncs New York. Isprit,  Mr. Leonard. Valenti  and mans more.  sion and a strong Core French  program," she said.  "The challenge ahead is to  implement the Year 2000 program and I want to be part of  that process. My priorities are  quality education for every student; accountability to the taxpayer; good communication in  all areas of the school system;  and future planning.  "1 have the time, interest and  organizational skills to represent  the community effectively in a  way that ensures that our educational goals will be met."  ' "a commitment to board  policy; consultation and communication with parents, staff  and the community; diversity of  programming in the schools; a  level of opportunity in the  schools comparable to other  areas of the province; and the  encouragement of leadership  from all levels of the school  system."  2nd ��wk Bwiiiquc  LADIES' QUALITY CONSIGNMENT  FASHIONS  Hwy 101, Sechelt    885-3132  RE-ELECT LYNN CHAPMAN  on  November 17  School Trustee  Rural Area 2  ��� INTEGRITY  * LEADERSHIP  �� EXPERIENCE  X  ELECT  Shirley Hall  SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER  FOR AREAS A AND B  Retired teacher with a  strong commitment  to children  ��� Parent involvement in  school planning  ��� Environmentally  friendly schools  ��� Continuing good labour  relations  ��� Strong support for  teachers' professional  needs  VOTE FOR SHIRLEY HALL  ON NOVEMBER 17th  Vote   DON ROSE  /or ALDERMAN in Secheif  * I AM NOT A POLITICIAN,  I 'in iin ordinary lux-paying  citizen <  * I'm concerned ubout the future  nl our town.  ���k I want to see a forward plan on  - all development including  mads, sewers ft water  services.  * I am concerned about senior  citizens & others on fixed  incomes & their ability to  to handle tax increases.  If Elected -  My door will always be open.  I will bo your mesMngor to council.  I will talc* tho common mow approach to  ���ponding.  REMEMBER NOV. 17  VOTE Dot Bom, Alderman X  GOING  AWAY?  Take everything you'll  need, but...  leave your cares at  home ��� with us'  Go on your vacation or  business trip and lei us  look aller your home.  pels and plants.  Please call us lo lind oul  Ihe many other services  we offer  885-2228  Licenced * Bonded ��� Insured  For Sechelt Council  RE-ELECT MIKE SHANKS  * A'/t Years Municipal Council  experience.  * Integrity  * Responsive lo concerns  * Commitment to community  * No axe to grind  * Not sponsored by any  special interest group.  * For transportation Polling Day  phone 885-5981  SHANKS. Mike  S  ELECT JOE HARRISON  Regional Director For Area A  'A STRONG VOICE FOR THE PENDER HARB0UR-EGM0NT AREA"  * President of the Ratepayers  Association  * Popular and effective Regional  Director 1978-82  * Former Director, Pender Medical  Clinic  ���k Former Director, St. Mary's  Hospital  * Led fight to protect Garden Bay  drinking water  ���k Led fight to appeal hydro spraying  * Fighting to preserve government  floats  tV Leading fight against outrageous  property tax hikes  * Leading campaign for sane  community planning  "Pender Harbour was built by ordinary people who appreciate its rural character and need the freedom to  earn a living on their own land. Now we are in danger of losing out to forces that would use high taxes  and tight zoning to turn our community into a playground for the rich. Say "NO" to the high rollers who  want to market our precious community to the big money from abroad. Say "YES" to preserving the  values that brought us all here in the first place."  ��� Joe Harrison  VOTE FOR JOE HARRISON  ON NOVEMBER 17TH 16.  Coast News, November 12,1990  Council tidies up  mWasV  Loose ends and taxes in Sechelt  eeee. a-** _  ��     *,   .   .. .__  ..       ...      1. t \A 1 ** D Fl flfe? f\1\ ft 1 !/*.# a��A r.m\ Aft* _����.!, ,%       nammmaaA       t *��        e��leM ewl eeee ��h..efe        __1.. Ill  In the second-last council  meeting, November 7, prior to  the swearing in of a new administration. Mayor Meredith  and a (largely) willing council  virtually breezed through a  heavy agenda, adjourning barely two hours before going back  into an in-camera session.  A new policy related to delinquent tax payers was unanimously passed. It was nol  particularly Draconian, a fact  which caused at least one alderman some measure of concern.  Under the new policy, a property owner with "...outstanding delinquent and/or arrears  of taxes, including interest and  penally, to be sent a letter informing them of the amount owing, and if not paid within 30  days, legal action may be taken  by the District."  One alderman wondered  whether the use of the word  "may" might signal lhat the  District was not prepared to enforce the policy stringently  enough.  Sechelt has been considering  for some time now the hiring of  a full-time by-law enforcement  officer, largely in response to an  increase in vandalism in the  District. On last week's agenda  was a report from By-law Enforcement Officer A.A. Mac-  Pherson, to Sechelt Administrator Malcom Shanks.  "While 1 agree with the concept of having a full-lime Bylaw Officer for other duties,  might I suggest that Council  should make themselves fully  conversant with the powers and  dulies of such a position before  action is taken."  B.C. Hydro Dislricl Manager, Wayne Turner, presents Sechelt  Mayor Tom Meredith wilh a plaque in recognition of Ihe  municipality's adoption of an energy-efficient policy.  ���Jan Michael Sherman pholo  MacPherson quoted an expert source as having stressed  that the powers of By-law Enforcement Officers extended  only "...to those Municipal Bylaws mentioned in the appointment", going on to point out  that "Any action taken outside  (that) jurisdiction could lead to  successful legal suits against  both the officer and his  employer."  MacPherson went on to list  such offences as damage to properly, careless driving and indecent or disorderly behaviour as  being outside the legislative  powers of a Municipality.  "It must be remembered",  MacPherson wrote in his letter,  "that By-law Enforcement Officers are neither peace or police  officers, and Council should  resist the temptation of using  By-law Officers as their own  private police force���otherwise  they might be liable to civil  suits."  Council referred the matter to  the Development and Community Services Committee.  Apparently responding to a  perception thai current policy  regarding the use of private  vehicles on Municipal business  might be putting Sechelt at  some unnecessary risk, Council  debated���and ultimately passed  after some re-wording instigated  by Doug Reid���a recommendation which tightened current  practices.  Originally worded to cover  only "Operational Services  Employees", it was changed to  cover all employees, after  Alderman Reid argued that it '  didn't  seem  fair and didn't  pr  FAMILY BULK FOODS &  DELICATESSEN  B  //,  n  FULL SERVICE DELI  Featuring Freybe's Award Winning Meats  .si  PARTY TRAYS Jk  ' " -s^   GIFT BASKETS  -^--k/'-v , v-ft-'V  Available  imm.r   rt.11,    ,    SeT-vi  for your  Holiday  Entertaining  BEST QUALITY ��� BEST PRICES  , g-s J? *��� _*' SEEUSFIRST.  ������*        Wed. & Thurs. are SENIOR DAYS  Christmas Baking under  Surmlie*. are hertsl THE YELLOW AWNING     m  supplies are neret Cowrie st 8857767      a  THANKS  lo iill who supported  Community Services'  Gala Kvcntae^K  Neil at Shop Easy  Blane at Super Valu  Greg Petula al Greg's Drive-in  Keri Mahlman s Grade 12 class  Chatelech  Jell al Gall,��� Market  Mark al Alcola  Donna al Sechell Bulk Foods  Sgl. Ed Hill. RCMP Gibsons  Sylvia Blackwell & husband  Andrew 8, Alison Steele  Pam at Roosendal Farms  Nelson Laundry  Suzanne al Pharmasave, Sechell  Debbie at Pharmasave. Gibsons  Edna & Evelyn al Kitchen Carnival  Graham al Ken's Lucky Dollar,  Ray Dixon ��� S.I.B,  Sunrype  Purdy's Chocolates  Fiesta Wesl  Canadian Holidays  Dairyland  Nalleys  Senya Eaton  Brendan & Helen O'Keelle  make sense to single out only  one category of civic employee.  Employees are now forbidden to use private vehicles on  Municipal business without  prior authorization from  "...their supervisors." This permission can and will only be  given after it is confirmed that  "...the vehicle insurance covers  business use find an authority  for reimbursement (for use of) a  private vehicle is given."  The Council got a little tough  with School District 46 regarding the Board of School  Trustees' desire to have the  School District exempted from  the provision of Subdivision  and Development Control Bylaw 30.  In a letter to Sechelt, the  School District claimed that  "...it would appear that Article  3.04 does indeed exempt a  school district from this  by-law."  Council was informed lhat a  legal opinion had been obtained  in this matter and that, contrary  to the School District's belief,  they are not entitled to exemption.  Alderman Bob Wilson moved that it be the wish of Council  that the School District meet the  requirements of By-law 30, this  request to be conveyed in the  form of a letter���which also  mentions the legal opinion obtained by Sechelt.  Near the end of the evening, a  letter to Council from one Peter  M. Gordon, a local land sur-  . veyor, roused some consternation and a modicum of debate  within the Council.  Mr. Gordon was writing to  protest the fact that the job of  doing a recent survey had gone  to a member of the competition  (Robert Allen), without his own  firm having received "...any  consideration."  "A survey of this magnitude  deserves the attention of both  survey firms operating out of  Seechelt", Gordon wrote bitterly. "An alternative way of  distributing the work...would  have beten to let one firm survey  the 100 acre parcel, and the  other firm the SO acre parcel.  Otherwise the survey should  have been let to contract."  Mike Shanks wondered  where it would all end should  the Municipality begin putting  such jobs out to tender. He also  raised the question of just  how small a job would have to  be before it would simply not be  financially prudent for traders  to be let.  dJU*t��*<  EXTRAS  IMPORTS  Batik Clothing  J Wooden Carvings  Leather Bags  Beaded Items  Wallets  Mon.-Sit., 10-5  Sun. 11-4  Beside Seecnast living,  Sechell, B.C.  885-6460  ��*M  ABfgHMtONAl MAL  IWfcAfSTATI SIIVKf  1:1  Seniors Consultant. Buying, Selling,  Retirement Planning. LIST YOUR PROPERTY  WITH EXPERIENCE - frtl ftaVeW&w  ml  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre, Gibsons, B.C. 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DAVID WELLS  for MAYOR of SECHELT  X  November 17, 1990  SCHOOL TRUSTEE  Gibsons  BARBARA  HOPKINS  ��� Strong, dedicated leadership  ��� Extensive experience with  Communication,  Co-ordinating Youth Advisor  ��� Co-ordinator for  B.C.Q.H.A.  ��� Gibsons resident for 21 years  "Education Is the Key to our Future*'  A vote for Barbara Hopkins Is a Vote For:  ��� Quality education for our tax dollars  ��� Education with a future ��� Unity  HOPKINS, Barbara        IX  Offering Convenience and Security With  Built-in Weiser Quality  Now, no key is required to deadbolt the door when you  leave the house. Simply set the bolt with the T-turn, close  the door behind you...and Lightning Bolt tm automatically  projects a 1" (25 mm) deadbolt to lock the door. No fuss.  No bother. ���������  Lightning Bolt rwfflm)  SECURITY $39" ea "1W  The timeless beauty of brass, combined with the clean  modern appearance of white enamel, creates a striking  "finishing touch" to your home.  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The story in this case is the  controversy that lias raged over  the way brush (weed growth) is  to be handled in areas that have  ebeen replanted after logging  operations.  Last week Bill Lasuta and  Alan Blattler of the silviculture  division of International Forest  Products Ltd. (lnterfor) took  this Com! Netws reporter on a  tour of some of thdr recent  reforestation projects to explain  their side of the story.  Under the terms of their  Forest License agreement, all  logging companies, including  lnterfor, are required, after log  ging, to "establish a new coniferous forest which is free from  comp<eting vegetation."  The sites visited, high above  Sechelt Inlet in the Angus Creek  and Gray Creek areas, had been  logged about five years ago and  planted with fir and a small  number of lodgepole pine and  cedar the year after the logging.  Smaller numbers of hemlock  and white pine had regenerated  naturally and there was a light  to very hravy growth of the  weed species���salmonberry,  thimbleberry, elderberry, alder,  willow and wild cherry.  All the areas had ban brushed manually .early this year, but  unless you knew what to look  for, it would have been easy to  conclude that nothing had been  done.  But if you looked carefully  you could see that this year's  growth on the cut alder stumps  ranged from three to 10 feet,  equaling or surpassing the  growth on the conifers. In some  low lying areas where the soil  was richer than on the slopes,  alder, willows and wild cherry,  from a distance, appeared to  outnumber the firs and cedars.  This is the reality of the situation that logging compani<es  have to deal with. Silviculturists  like Lasuta and Blattler are  responsible for living up to the  'Forests Forever' claims of  Forestry and the companies,  and in the face of the very real  problems of prolific growth that  is natural to the rainy coastal  regions, the advent of herbicides  seemed like the answer to every  silviculturist's prayers.  It was at this point in the conversation that disagreement  arose. When asked by the Coasl  News how they could justify us-  Please tum to page 30  Interfor's Alan Blattler points out some of the problems  silviculturists face in dealing with unwanted brush In replaatetd  areas. -Roue Nicholson pholo  r ���  ���;. ���  ,:V'-:VV :\: ..���:*:���:.;.>'.;_  *   .��� '��� .  f. 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When your playing is done, the  clubhouse offers a media room with satellite  T.V. as well as lounge and patios for your  relaxation. Generous enough to be social! ���  Compact enough to be personal!  Some of the many Special Features  (in most homes)  ��� Garages with storage or shop area  ��� 7 Superior appliances  ��� Mirrored closet doors  ��� Patios and balconies oriented to ocean views  ��� 8 R.V. parking spaces (storage)  ��� Courtyard entries  ��� Fireplaces  ��� Ceramic tiled entries  ��� 8 Garden plots  Visit our  show suite  & discover  for yourself  OPEN 2-4 pm DAILY  Or call your local realtor  MJNNMHIM MM I  JiL  -IAC.il   -|  .KIM  DRIVE  Phase I complete - NOW SELLING  HCMP  a  mm Coast News. November 12.1990  EJ6URL.  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER U  tmm  ARMISTICE DAY SERVICE  ROKJITS CREEK IXC ION  Wtatktr earncM*, <CoM Ca*b 11  kaa hem henM to com Ike tiaaeia  tnect Day stnkt al Ike Roberta Creek  LtfhM.  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Com Cable 11  l speeches freem both con-  I also Ireeaee the Dinctors who  have woa nab by KibnoHoa,  I:1SPM  SENIOR CITIZENS  BRANCHH  CHRISTMAS BAZAAR  Joyce Oatry, Paid MM* and John  MM* Jok at la ihe attdao to talk abotM  ptsns lar Ihla yean Chririmas Bazaar.  1:30 PM  PARLIAMENTARY  TALKBACK Uve Phone-In  MP Ray Skely John host Harold llaa.  cher ia Ihe JleeaHo lor aa lafonkatlvc  community tdevWon.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS  6:30 PM UVE  CABLE CONNECTIONS  Al Ihe Important newi on i local icale  Irom   Ike   hroeadwrjat  stwfcals   al  nphlaHiwe Sateadan'.  ELECTION CANDIDATES  SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE  Four areai an electlag meikii tor  S<H��ol eBoanl on November 17. Coal  able 11 has Invited *IIk candidates lo  live a Iwo mkaale oeaapaian speech lo  oar e/iewen. Time hi to meet die people  maalag tor Sdaool Board la yoar area.  ���nam  ELECTION CANDIDATES  SECHELT MAYOR  AND COUNCIL  CtadHalii tor Mayor mt AMenaaa  M��1*M  ELECTION CANDIDATES  GIBSONS MAYOR  AND COUNCIL  Sec Taeaday, 7 JO pn.  M5PM  ELECTION CANDIDATES  REGIONAL BOARD  DtRECTOR  Sr TwoeJay, Ml pa.  ���MIPM  CABLE CONNECTIONS  Sm 6:30 pm.  SATURDAY, .NOVEMBER 17  1MKI PM - 11:30 PM  ELECTION RESULTS  At praa daw Court Cable 11 waa  aaanaj waRp���tt to Mm yoa die  results la Ike local thcdoa*. Taae ka to  Had oai who hat woa ��� atal la yoar  ana. Wc hope lo have Ihe raaito tar  Glbaoai Mayor aad Caaad, SKhdt  Mayor  aad  Coaad, School Board  islets and More' Is an exhibit by Gale Woodhouse now showing  lunter Gallery in Gibsons. -Kcai Sherldaa pholo  S     Sechelt  ��� Public Library.  lours:  ueps. IO'30-4pma>  eVeed. 10-30-lpm{^_  hurs. 10'30-7pmsi  il. 1030.4pm  I  look Drop In Trail Bay Mall ,  Gibsons  & District  Public Library  Hour*:  Tues. 9:30-5  Wed.  Thurs.  Sal.  STORYTIME:  ffack & Sm  -R E SCHOOL  presents  M  jeM And The Dinosaur Revival Band  Saturday, November 17/90. 2 PM  phinstone Secondary Gym ��� Refreshments & Door Prizes  TICKETS: $3 each  Available al Zippers 8. Paslimes in Sechell  Henry's Bakery & Grandma's Toy Box in Gibsons.  ah  Registration fee $250.00  liuTudivi littJ, nccominttdntlon and  FREE nuJitiitiun tnpe. $75 Nun  pi'finulnNo deposit required.  WEEKEND BY THE SEA  Nov. 16/17 & 18th  Interne Meditation  with Peter Morris  at Rockwood Centre in  Beautiful Sechelt, B.C.  For further Info  please call Kalawna  al 885-4883 - Sechell.  : LECTURE:  Peter Morris Talks About  MEDITATION  IT'S SIMPLICITY - IT'S POWER -   ,  Malitution's use us tt control of our everyday lives,    \  kalth unci welfare and it's EXTREMES!  Wed., Novemlter 14 at 7:30 pm, Rockwood Centre  TICKETS $10 at the door.  Tie.��st" eieee'teejileu ee.erkeeiie.p nvey Jisumiee cnlnenee fee.  33  THE FESTIVAL OFTHE WRITTEN ARTS  BookBargainBash  # FOUR GREAT EVENTS IN ONE #  ���A RAFFLE of a S654.30 library, (draw held at 3'30pm)  in NEW BOOKS  just in time for  Christmas s��v  giving.  ��� An AUCTION  of books  autographed  by8yearsof  Festival  shakers.  ��� Thousands of  USED books,  for your *j  own  library..  Rockwood Centre/north wing  Nov.24 / HOOam to4-00pm  Ml  '''mm.^mm'^.m\A  MMMMMM  Wmmms.  ^MitkMe^^-^^^^iMflMMMI ^jjJRQ^^F^j  OG  Entering the  spectacular north  by Peter Trower  Now, we begin to enter quite  different and truly speertacular  country. The way to Stewart lies  along a narrow valley, walled in  by high looming mountains.  Waterfalls crash whitely over  the steep cheeks of the crags.  Massive glaciers inch down  sloping ravines high above us.  For the first time I get a sense of  actually being in the North.  Most impressive of the  glaciers���the Bear��� pushes out  of a side valley to calve in a  small lake beside the highway, a  towering fissured wall of anient ice with a definite blue  tint. It is a genuine natural  wonder and we stop to take a  few pictures.  The town of Stewart sits at  the head of Portland Canal, the  most northerly ice-free port in  Canada. Another boom-and-  bust mining community like  Wells, it is a similar mixture of  the old and the new. A few  years back, I did a story on an  unlikely enterprise called the Ice  Age Ice Company which was  mining the nearby Salmon  Glacier, with an eye to  marketing gourmet ice cubes to  yuppte. Evidently the yuppies  were less gullible than they had  hoped. We check out what used  to be their production plant to  find it boarded up with nol e\tn  a traw of the company's name.  Ice Age Ice, like many another  outlandish scheme, appeears to  have bitten the dust.  Just across the US border  from Stewart lies a place that  must be seen to be beli<ev<ed, the  rag-tag community of Hyder.  Subtitled "The Friendliest  Ghost Town in Alaska", it  boasts one of the most rundown  main drags in North America,  consisting of two live saloons, a  grocery store and a number of  other empty buildings, all in an  advanced state of dereliction.  Only one of the saloons, The  Glacier Inn, is open. Its dim interior is terminally scruffy, the  walls papered with signed one  and two dollar bills, mostly  Canadian. Several local characters sit at the long bar like extras in a low-budget western  movie.  Our purpose here is to get me  Hyderized, a time-honoured  ritual .peculiar to the town. It involves knocking back an ounce  of Everclear grain alcohol  without wincing or throwing  up. Having had a bit of practice  in this area, I manage to gulp  down the firewater and receive a  small signed card from the  bartender as certification.  Yvonne capture this valiant  feat on film.  .Leaving the bar, we take a  quick cruise through the boondocks of Hyder. This area proven to be somewhat less down-  at-the-heels than the outrageous  main street. It is getting late in  the afternoon. We bid this odd  corner of the country goodbye  and start the long run home.  We are almost ready to em-  bark on the main adventure of  our northern journey���the trip  to the QuMn Charlotte Islands.  Quilters'  Christmas  theme  A flurry of activities will take  plat* on Thursday, Novembw  IS, when the Sunshine Coast  Quilters' Guild gets together for  the second meeting of the  season. The theme is Christmas,  and there will be many  reminders of the Yuletide adorning Greenecourt Hall that  day���all created by Guild  members.  The program will consist of  four demonstrations. To start  with, the Christmas nine-patch  surprise will be revealed, and a  demonstration of fabric  marblizing will follow. After  lunch, new ideas in festive wall-  hangings will be presented.  Finally, there will tie a novel  demonstration showing how  quilters use their know-how to  create unique Christmas cards.  New members are always  welcome, memberships being  available at the door. Bring a  lunch, as the day's program  ���begins at 10 am and runs until 3  pm.  X  Coast News. November 12.1990  19.  p Mary  688('SS8  luaemueeeetrfy jeej  DU'W^S    'SJ'^LreClS  kxn&moo Jieq sip  "JnlU (efe  ^"-'S '"  u"l\ 4-6  sa.ioH  (ajeg A[|BeujuiuojiAug)  ��,., .....  siuaisAs dnoMiu pue ojbdutss    anvN3�� HO  3tiioivdoa\n  ptIOUJUleJ.WJ pue ,lsn .ly^  levje^s  ��� pue  ���saaujej.-iud Suiuuc) Jayee ��S|j  3M 'S.MIAJ.TS [IT el PI) 1S.1 pUB j)in|MSJ|Bl| SB |[3A\ '.  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Nighl Dinners  BINGO ��� TUES. EVENINGS  (Lie. nsoesi  PAID ADVERTISEMENT  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  smkj guide  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  Toattt  o( flte Cowl  Suddenly we realized it was almost 2 pm "I'm starving," moaned my colleague.  "Let's finish this mreting over lunch at Andy's."  "Smart, that woman," I thought as we made our getaway. "She's going to go  far."  Within moments of arriving we were seated at a comfortable table surrounded  by plants, feeling cozy and private enough to continue our meeting. But the menu  was first on our agenda.  There were seven lunch specials, ranging from turkey and cream cheese sandwiches to liver and onions. Without delay I chose Manhattan Clam Chowder and  a toasted salmon sandwich for a mere $4.95. Not only was the combination  delicious, but it came with golden French fries and a pickled crabapple as well.  My colleague is a Caesar salad aficianado, and opted for salad and dessert  rather than any other main course. The very generous portion of crisp Romaine  lettuce with lots of mild, gariicy dressing ud seasoned toasted croutons was actually more than she could finish.  Bul she was still opting for dessert and, what the heck, so did I. She chose a  wonderfully smooth and rich chocolate cream pie, and I felt almost decadent as I  spooned up an exquisite Kahluha parfait. Absolutely delicious.  I couldn't resist asking lo see Andy's dinner menu, and was quite amazed at the  range and variety it offers. It has a good selection of seafoods, steaks, veals,  pastas, chicken dishes, pizzas (Including vegetarian), and salads and unique to it  are a spicy Thai grill and two vegetarian entrees, baked zucchini with green peppers and baked broccoli. And included in its wonderful dessert list is one of my all-  time favourites, Baclava.  We finished our meeting, and were surprised and delighted to discover our total  bill was under $20. Lunch at Andy's. That makes good business sense.  NIGH1 ON IHF  l()\\lv  Bte He-00 Im- For dinners only.  Rily Homed. Wednesday to Sunday,  3pm to 9pm. dosed for lunch. Ooaed  from Stptember 3 to 11.  For  reservations  plione  Laurie or.  Heuher. MJ-3847.  Qwk Howe ��� Intimate dining ud  European cuisine in a sopliislicaled yet  canal atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, dams, scallops, sieaks,  also daly spedals. Reservations recom-  mended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays A Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a week,  fteathtakmg ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from  11 am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and air-  ���xaidnoiMiL Dinner reservations recommended. May. Ml, Davis Bay. 885-7283.  IN    - 7-UF QUI  Ernie ft Gwea'i Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Piaa, dinners, salads,  buien, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery evilhin 4 mika,  ate6."mostly,ooilOmi^emorders, i  Small dtanje for orders under $10. Open  late every night. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  M6-7II3.  UNI Dl\l\(,  The Terrace at BoMfcbrook-With  an oosan penorana. The Terrace at Bon-  nicbrook, located on the evaterfront at  Oower Point, offien superb West Com  cei^ in a pactejre-��*je and reeling k>d��e  satin*. For those see��unni*(iininia��l  a higta standard of service we offer fresh  local BC food, cstpevdy pseparad and  preaHeted in a vetriedpuMOf anenlwis,  centred and deasetts for hinds and dinner.  Ft** Cower Point mad to Com Beach  Esplanade. Dinar 5:30*30. .Sunday  Brejn* 10-2. Orteupreaovsekweinly for  Breakfast * Urn*. CLOSED WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. Reaovatkra  reoonmsndtd. ninm troupi it nccp-  Don welcome. Visa, M7C NUM.  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant- Lunch and dinner specials every day. Monday Night  Buffet: 3-9. Every Wednesday nighl is  Prime Rib Night. House specialties include veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza, Thai food, and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch  Buffet every Sunday from llam-3 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open 11-9,  Sun. * Mon., 11-10 Tues.-Sat.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared with the freshest  ingredients - both healthful and delicious.  Our whole when bread and scrumptious  desserts are leaked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders  for the beach and cappucino are  available. The Coast's bistro...as unique  as the Coast itself. Mon. - Sal.  9am-3pm.Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 883-9962.  Cotsl Club Cafe Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast and lunch.  Fresh Is the oneVr of the day for al of our  menu items. Big burgers, pasta dishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiche, salads and  a variety of daily features. An adult environment with European flair, which offers dining U reasonable prices. Oepen  from 5 am daily. Join us for weekend  brunch. 5319 Wharf Ave., Sechdt,  885-9344. Visa and Mastercard accepted -  sealing for 60.  Frances' Dining Lounge ��� Join us  for family dining al Frances' Dining  Lounge at the Pender Harbour Hotel on  Highway 101. The atmosphere is comfor-  BfCkeddy Pub - Enjoy the beautiful  waterfront vim (eagles and hummingbirds are a common sight) from the  BacketMy Marine Pub. Enjoy the deck as  well at the separate family dining area,  both with a relaxing atmosphere. Bring  your appetite for our home-style  Skookumbuifer or our great fish Achips.  Dinner it served from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30  p.m. Lexated Vi mile north of Egmont  on Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub ���  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and ful menu along with terrific daily  specials, available tai 9 pm every nighl.  We're Imown for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thurs. open till  table, the staff warm and friendly, and  the menu excellent. We are open Monday  to Friday 6:30 am to 10 pm and Saluiday  and Sunday 8 am to 10 pm. Friday and  Saturday are Prime Rib nites; look for  other great specials on Sunday. Enjoy a  view of the harbour and remembCT thai  private parties can be arranged. Call  883-9330.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster Howe - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, the Omega is a people-  eevatcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beacehcombers can usually be found din.  ing here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  sieaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are (heir specialties. .Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing al 1538 Gower Point Rd.  ,386-2268 Open Sun-Thurs. 11:30am -10  pm, Fri and Sat 11:30 am - 10:30 pm  Seats 145.  Hie Parthenon Greek Tavern  Located on the espianatle in downtown  Sechelt. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, sieaks, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 days a week - Tues. through  Thurs., from II am -10 pm and Fri. &  Sat., 11 am - 11 pm. We are open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from II am - 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. We also  have takeout ��� pizza, ribs, pasta, Greek  food and much morel 885-1995 or  885-2833. Katherina - Hostess.  midnight, Fri. & Sal. open 'till 1  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 8864171.  Irvine's Landing Marine Pub  Excellent lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual waterfront  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  Peneder Harbour. Prime rib every Saturday. Free moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located a the end  of Irvine's Landing Road. Our hours ire  llam-llpm Saturday and Sunday, 3pm-  llpm Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.  Clc��d .Monday and Tuesday. Kitchen  open until 10pm on these days. Call  8831145.  MMMH 20.  Coast News, November 12,1990  Spoxt*  Y  i  *.*\    s  iflli  \ 1 *���              ���'  $  ll  %J3  m\\mmm\\\wL  ������  jiP^n^gCl'  M^L  9     \  The Wings 6, Devils 3 in a fasl-paced Atom Division game lasl  Tuesday evening. -Kent Sheridan pholo  Men's hockey  by Mark Benson  Roberts Creek Legion came  back with two quick goals in the  last couple of minutes to earn a  2 to 2 tie with the Gibsons Kings  in Men's Ice Hockey.  The Kings were ahead 2 to 0  going into the final period on  goals by Dennis Carbonneau  and Steve Cary.  Ken Filchner got the Creek  on the board late in the game  and Cory Lamarsh scored  short-handed in the last minute  to salvage the tie.  The Hawks lost a close one 5  to 4 lo the Gibsons Kings.  Hawks got goals from Adrian  Dixon, Danny Meyers, Ryan  Paul, and Darren Dixon.  Graham Ruck got the game  winner for the Kings while the  other goals were scored by Steve  Partridge, Tom Bailey, Carl  Stach and Steve Cary.  *1JNEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  CENTRE  New Testament Church  SS3S Wharf Rd., Sechell  Sun. Worship Service      10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New Lilt Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten - Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal. David Clitf  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15 am  SundaySchool 11:15 am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  Sunday School 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 886-2333  CHRISTIAN LIFE  ASSEMBLY  (Foemeely Qlbsons Pentscostal Chu.ch)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Office 886-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with Ihe Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  V  LIVING FAITH       Nrj  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coaat Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Pasior  Sunday Church School 9:30 am  Sunday Worship 11:00am  ���Come Grow With Us!  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  SI. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North ,386-7410  The Anglican Parish of  St. Aldan & St. Bartholomew  UNITY CHURCH  Inner Power Group 7pm Tuas.  Sunday Service 11am Sundays  Sludy Group 10am Sunday  (The Laws of Love)  1793 Lower Rd., Roberts Creek  Call 666-6164 (lor Inlormation)  CHRISTIAN  SCIENCE SOCIETY  in the Greene Court Hall  Medusa St.. Sechelt.  A Warm Invitation to all  Sunday Services 11:00 am  For informalion, please call:  885.2506 or 885.3661  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 8862611  Sunday School  Worship Service  9:30 am  11:00 am  Cal Mclver, Pastor  "The Bible es II is...  lor People as Ihey are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Poinl Road  Pastor .Monty McLean  886.7049  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm In homes  Wednesday  Bible Study 7:30 In homes  J. Cameron Fraser. Paster  8857488 Olfice 885-9707  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  ��� KV, OF CANADA  St. Hilda's Sechelt  8:00 am ��� 9:30 am.  St. Andrews ��� Pender Harbour  11:30 am  Rev. June Maffln  Rev. Dan Gilford  885-5019  "We .*md a mm mtcom, to .11"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  8:45 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family Sechelt  11:30 am St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's, Gibsons  685.9526  Lesson on the 'roaring game'  by Harry Turner  Power or strength are not the  secret to getting a rock down the  ice���technique is the key. Hurling a 40 pound stone down the  ice can be a formidable task if  the proper technique is not used. A very tiny person can get  the rock down the ice wilh the  proper technique when a much  larger person will have difficulty  using the wrong technique.  Positioning in the hack is very  important. The proper amount  of muscle relaxation combined  with the proper amount of concentration is essential for a successful curling shot. Balance is  also a key part of the slide. The  key to balance is the hack foot  because driving out of the hack,  a major portion of the backsw-  ing and forward swing motion is  dependant upon Ihe hack fool.  The entire ball of Ihe hack foot  should be placed firmly against  the back of the hack with the  toe and body linen! up in the  direction the rock is to be  delivered.  The sliding foot is positioned  parallel to die hack foot and  planted firmly on the ice with  the sliding foot placed slightly in  advance of the hack foot. The  positioning of the feet should  feel comfortable to the curler.  Driving from the hack is done  by propelling the body forward  with the rock slightly in advance, all synchronize to get a  smooth and balanced forward  motion from the hack. The  amount of force used in driving  out of the hack determines the  distance a curler will slide as  well as the amount of momentum placed on a stone.  To deliver the rock with the  least amount of strain on your  knrcs, a flat footed slide is  recommended. For balance the  broom is held in the opposite  hand to the rock, but it is best  not to lean on the broom as you  slide out. The delivery should be  as close to perfectly balanced as  you can achieve.  If you are interested in learning the proper techniques of  curling, clinics are being offered  on Monday nights. They start at  7:30 pm, are open to the public  and thev are free. There is a $10  charge for the Curl Canada  Manual, if you should choose to  buy one. We invite My interested members of the public  to come out and try the game.  The men's bonspiel is coming  up on the weekend of  November 16, 17 and 18. Come  out to watch. If you are a  curler, join in the fun���sign up  sheets ate al the club.  LETS HELP OTHERS  SHOP AT  H/H* THRIFTY'S  Strikes & spares  CLASSIC:  GIBSONS 'A':  224634 Bonnie efcimelt 254412  254434 Sendy MacKay 2J9-653  TUESDAY COFFEE: TomGIWnlel 2*544(1  UloPntk 2��*M AndySpence 235-666  JeanGriffltlB 257-670 WNdW J***-*  Pel Wideieen 261-66*  RllaSadinsky 312-700 SLOIKJH-OFKS:  SWINGERS: SueDeraml 277442  Jomneme 276429 BrivaHaaka 253467  Dorothy Heerese.ee 286-761 Ladle Catapper 261460  GRAND OPENING  CELEBRATION  Come loin us for refreshments  and see what we have to offer!  Saturday, Nov. 17    11:00 A.M. ��� 4:00 P.M.  ���H10 % OFF ALL STOCK ^H  INCLUDING  - MUSIC TAPES & BOOKS - BOOKS  - VIDEO SALES & LOANERS - BIBLES  - GREETING CARDS - CRAFTS  - TOYS - T-SHIRTS  HOURS OF BUSINESS  Tues. - Fri. 10:00 am ��� 5:00 pm    Sat. 11:00 am - 4:00 pm   'W cVoiln' eRogJ. 'Unit ac#, 88b-4'/4ls  'JUant you fox futping lu iffutsj tk\ ^ood ei/Vtun  ~  Gibsons  g�� Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 for further inlormation  Monday 6 Wadnnday  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Parents, Tot  Noon Swim  Lessons  Swim Club  Lengths  Only/Masters  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:30-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-7:30.  7:30-8:30  8:30-10:00  Tuesday 6 Thursday  Seniors Fitness     10:00-11:00  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Seniors Swim  Noon Swim  Swim Club  Public  Underwater  Hockey  Fridays  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:00-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-5:30  5:30-7:30  7:30  Seniors Swim  Adpt. Aquatics  Lessons  Adult Lessons  Public  11:00-12:00  2:30-3:30  3:30-5:30  5:30-6:00  6:00-8:00  Admission Cliirgts  $1.75  2.06  2.60  2.00  6.00  55.00  18.00  25.00  45.00  60.00  22.50  J5J0  Saturdays  Public 2:30-5:00  Public 7:00-8:30  Swim Club ���   12:00-1:00  Sundays:  Family 1:30-3:30  Public 3:30-5:00  Child  Teen  Adult  Senior  Family  Rentals  Fitness  Lessons  LESSON SCHE0ULI  1) S��|lt. 17 - Oct. 22  2) Ocl. 29 ��� Dae. 3  3) Jin. 7 - Fab. 7  4) Fab. 18 - Mar. 21  5) Apr. 15 - May 16  6) July 1 - July 12  7) July 15 - July 26  Pod Clotures  Dec. 24 ��� 26  Dec. 31 ��� Jan. 2  July 27 ��� Sepl. 9  " Over Wie holidays  we will  have  some  special  holiday swims.  Publication ol this schedule sponsored by  FOR UDERMAH ^a  Town of Gibsons    ^^  VOTE  HAUGHTON, Manone damns  "Growth with vision & environmental understanding."  (Marjorie) Janine Haughton, a 20 year resident  off the Sunshine Coast, stands for:  ��� A common sense approach to council spending  ��� Following the guidelines of the Official Gibsons Community  Plan  ��� Ensuring sufficient services for present & future development  ��� Maintaining the character of Gibsons & reflecting the  independent thinking of its citizens  Please make sura you'ra on tho Municipal Voters' List  To chock, call Qlbsons Municipal Hall at .886-2274  For a ride to the polls, call 886-3809 or 886-3284  - *. ���**,**��� **<  .    -m-.-m-.mm -mf  S^i^^j^^^al^^mi^amamaaaimial  ^*^g^^ei'.a^'^--.a-'i ���. Aging pucksters blind-sided  by BUly Morton  Hey, ya wanna talk about  gratitude, I mean the kinda  gratitude ya pray to the Great  Goalie in the Sky ya never get to  taste thereof yourself?  Here's the Suncoast  Breakers���the Oldtimers Hockey Club, ya know��� feelin' so  desperately neglected,  frustrated, and short-changed  that they gotta resort to writing  three-page letters to the .Sechelt  Council in hopes of squaring a  situation which has got maybe a  few of 'em ready to hang up the  old CCM's and break up their  sticks for kindling.  And what's it all about?  What's a buncha quasi-geriatric  rink rats gotta beef about  anyway?  ^hen ya come right down to  it - their dignity, and their sense  of self-worth.  For eight years now, the  Breakers have been bookin' ire  time at the Sechelt arena���and  payin' good money for it, too.  Last season alone, these aging  pucksters shelled out nearly six  grand in ice fees. They also paid  the) arena almost two thou for  ire rental for their tournaments.  Add to that the revenue  generated by the Breakers for  the arena during these tournament1 weekends���outta town  sheckels, right���and ya start to  get the sneeiky feelin' that the  Breakers have contributed a lot  to keepin* the arena healthy.  Which is dead centre perfect  what the Breakers ate tryin' to  get across to the arena���who  apparently have been turnin' a  less-than-wholly-sympathetic  ear���and now, out of desperation, to the Sechelt Council.  What it comes down to for  the Breakers pure and simple is.  survival. See, for eight years  they've had ire time so crummy  that it would be turned down by  a pickup team of kindergarteners - Mondays from 8 to  10 pm. But now they've been  moved to the 9:30 to 11:30 pm  slot - and that's where the survival issue comes in.  Twenty-six of the club's  players have declared lhat they  will be unable or unwilling to  play at such an ungodly  hour���and now the club is on  the brink of folding. They've  made proposals to the arena  management (and the arena's  made some to them), but time  just ain't on the side of the  pucksters.  Regardless of how this mess  is resolved, what lingers after  reading the Breakers' letter is  their feeling of having been  seriously exploited. Of not being appreciated for what they  are.   And   what   they   see  More strikes & spares  themselves as is one of the  arena's most reliable longtime  patrons, a group of hockey  fanatics and community-  oriented guys who have gone  the extra mile for the arena.  Whether it was writing letters to  show support (for needed arena  work), donating carpets, a  fridge, coaches and money���  you name it���the Breakers have  earned some kinda special consideration. Especially con-  siderin' their existential plight.  As the Breakers point out  poignantly, the arena is booming now! They were there payin'  their dues all those years when it  wasn't. e\nd now they wonder if  "...arena management (can)  simply tell 25 to 30 prime users  that they are no longer  needed?"  The arena Manager, V.  Speck, also wrote Council a letter. In it she briefly lays out  what she's tried to do for the  Breakers and notes that it hasn't  jeUed.  But it seems to this weary old  sports observer that the single  most telling thing Ms Speck had  to say goes one Hell of a long  way towards an understanding  as to why the Breakers wound  up skating as close to the edge  as they are.  "1 fail to see", said Ms V.  Speck, "I fail to see why the  Breakers feel they need special  15M96  133-365  262-535  231-560  SECHELT G.A.'a: BAMTAMS:  269-702      EslherBeny 264-6eS3 J��a*fca Sein-jltr  301-729      Doe* Third 279-651 Mark EWotl  YBC PEEWEES: JUNIORS:  260-642     Jamie Humbird 164-290 Kathena HiimNrd  259461      Kid Johnston 130-250 KHstoff Roeplee-Todd  r" APPLICATION FORM FOR CHRISTMAS HAMPER --*j  I Mall by DEC. 7       Deadline lor Mail-in Application Dec. 11 |  | (Please Print) I  I       NAME:     >  BALL A CHAIN:  Dorothy Russell  Outs Lumsden  PHUNTASTIQUE:  Roy Smith  Roy Braitestrom  POST   OFFICE:.  HOUSE NO:   ROAD OR STREET:  TELEPHONE:   NUMBER OF ADULTS:.  NUMBER OF BOYS:   NUMBER OF GIRLS:   .MALE:.  .AGES:  .FEMALE:.  .AGES:.  DIRECTIONS TO YOUR HOME: (Please Print).  * Please Note: Hamper recipients are asked to have someone home between the hours j  of 11:00 am and 3:00 pm on Saturday, December 15th, as this is the day the.  hampers will be delivered and we would like someone home to receive the hamper. In ���  the past hampers have been lett and animals and weather have DESTROYED them.  Published as a Communily Service by The Sunshine Coast News |  consideration."  Well, the way I, Billy Morton, see it, any failure to see is  some kind of blindness. Guess I  was wrong about the wobble-  ankled Suncoast Breakers. They  weren't cross-checked by the  arena.  They were blind-sided. By a  business operation they had  come to believe wore a human  face, had a heart, and cared.  Guess the Breakers failed to  see the truth.  Coast News, November 12,1990  ��������������� I   21.  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New Construction  .,-- ��� Renovations  "*���*>' a Free Estimates  ��� Seniors' Discount  .UIUBING Dean Hunt  Boa 741, GlOsoni. B.O. V0N1V0 886-8344  rfu  Selective Logging  Land Clearing  Excavations  V^We Buy Timber  885-3924  885-7487  tor the Professional'    km.  and the Homeowner    eW  RENT-IT!  CANADA INC.  jl     TOOLS & EQUIPMENT     ffftv  ..5540 Inlet Ave., Sechelt       885*2848 J  HJorltBlfire (Mater  General Garden Maintenance  Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  Rock Walls & Rockeries  Senior's Discount - Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  PLUNIBINQ �� HEATING  k* New Houses  ta> Renovations  Now Serving Tht Sunshine Coaat  1-04O-97S1 LEAVE MESSAGE  HEATING  "A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  ��� Excavating ��� Backfilling ��� Trenching ���  Drainage ��� Clearing ��� Retaining Will* ��� Paving Stones  clarkefuuer886-8538  ���"Sg.-JSnvo  LAURIE LACOVETSKY  886-2835  Residential 4  Commercial  Construction       CONSTRUCTION!  Renovations ��� Additions Gibsons. B.C.  (SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  Ga^e PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sales & butallationa  SHOWROOM Open TueavSat,  1356 Wharl Rd. (acroae Irom Bub Depot) 885-7171 j  r  Craftsman  EXCAVATING  HITACHI EX120  Call Don 885-7240 alter 6pm  CLIPS SAVE  !F"bcfgrri6s Schedule  VJWjW CREEKS MARINE LTD.  BILL 886-8361  BRINK'S BOBCAT  SERVICE  and Landscaping  936-2086  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd?  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  VANCOUVER  SECHFLT PfNINSULA  JFRVISINleTT  sim*nmmr  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 M'       4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M danieae Mavaietk lae  Lv. Horseshoe Biy  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30 pm  5:30 M  7:25 M  0:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Biy  5:45 M      3:30 pm  7:35        5:30 M  925 M     7:30  1130       0:30  ��� PROMPT ��� COURTEOUS ��� RELIABLE*  The Sunshine Coast Cab Company Ltd.  �����0IE: laaea M lea aa  "Fail Fane" run aa  Saaiieei a HaMW  886-9311  leer enloeeeealion.  conunanls & complaints  ROUTE I  (via Norm Rd a SaacoT. Gowae PT. a Franklin, Lowar Bui Stop)  Depart  5:45  7:45  9:45  11:45  1:41  1:43  1:41  7:45  Arrival  Laagdala   6:10  Fan* Tar.   8:10  10:10  12:10  2:10  4:10  0:10  1:10  ���Mm um impn to fttff NiNri  Man  \    '  FARES  Oil! ol' Town  In Town  \  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  Adults Seniors  Children Stud.  Comm Tickets S  SI.50    SI.00      75   st 00       11.25/rlda ���  ���-...  Gibsons Bus Schedule  'Connects 1:30 Ferry run  ROUTE !  im Bonneflteroo*. Woodcraak. SC Mobile Home Park)  Depart Arrive  7:00"  9:00  11:00  1:00  3:00  5:00  7:00  Mall  7:30 3:30  9:30 5:30  11:30 7:30  1:30  These transportation schedules sponsored by  I  Sumtwt Rqwm  INSURANCE TRAVEL  _ 886-2000 886-9255  Bad Ctrptt Unlet from Frltndlf Protmlonilt In Sunnfcresl Mill, Gibsons.  Iniurince /Qy  OwtOplBrt [^  Notary  i  I  I  Travel  mmmmma  leMlMM ��-��tte,tL ttr the, Cditoi  Coast News, November 12,1990  25.  Teamster  explains  holdups  Editor:  Sometime back you printed a  letter to the Editor regarding  Majestic Pipelines' buses being  too slow and holding up traffic.  The writer may have bew  partially justified but there are  extenuating circumstances.  First of all, most highway  vehicles today are underpowered, certainly commercial  vehicles. This is due to the ar  tificially (I am tempted to say  phoney) fuel shortage.  Also, on the Sunshine Coast  there are hills and not too many  straight stretches of road. This  is particularly the case of the  road from Port Mellon to Gibsons.  I understand this road was  built in approximately 1950. 1  don't know who designed it, but  I don't think it would be my  frimd Reverend Phil Galardi  (unless he consumed too much  communion wine which would  be very much unlike him).  The road from Port Mellon  has many twists and turns and is  somewhat hilly. I am certain  that a snake would break its  back trying to follow il.  The solution might be a few  passing lanes which would be  relatively inexpensive (Rita  Johnston please note).  Now I can personally (ratify  that much of Majestic Pipelines* equipment is almost new  and it is well maintained,as they  employ top mechanics lhat  know what they are doing.  To the writer, I say please  have patience and be of good  cheer.  We do the best we can with  what we have. "Sorry for Ihe  inconvenience."  Hemy Martens (member)  Teamsters Loral 213  Vancouver, BC  HEATING  propane jjj-*-���-****q��Z nut. SiefN  Peninsula Go*  Qlav Gamjgji 685-7340  INSTAtLATION  SERVICE APH.IA  aoieeoiadeaa. vtN srm  CLEANING  Certified-  ICO LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across SI.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  ��� HOME IMPROVEMENTS ���  Vinyl Siding.  DEAL WITH AN ESTABLISHED LOCAL COMPANY  ALWEST  HOMI  SERVICES  box tea, SECHEIT, B.C.  VON MO  WRAY LINGERS 885-4572  VINYL SIDINQ-SOFFIT FASCIA  DOOR & WINDOW CONVERSIONS-RENOVATIONS  Wt htm rtttrtnett      9UN9MIMK KITCHEN  . CABINET* ���  896.9411  UStiowroem Ktm't Pttu.Hwy 101  Open Tuaaday to Saturday 194 pm .  ���k Commercial & Residential *  * Carpet & Resilient Flooring *  ��� *ii�� *****   Phone******  shop�� ,NG   SHOWROOM at IM-MM  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  Tuei.Frl. IfcSO-Spm, Set. tdO-tpm  �����' floor stom ��t roue Dooa  ��� MARINE SERVICES ���  MMINfWAYI  MMTMOVtm  nWEftWASHIM  mcrCrui/cr  Mercury Outboards  V'"M AB HADDOCK MARINE ltd.  Garden Bay. 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Saoieaa.BC VOW 3A0 Her JM4J70 J  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAINSAW LTD  731 NORThfROAD    886-2912,,  JACOBSEN FEEDS       ^  6482 Norwest Bay Road I  888-9369        Your Authorized Dealer]  We carry a complete line ol Jg||jmjyj|||g��|3  Animal Feeds & Supplies      the growing people J  DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LTD.  Burglary ��� Fire  jST  Music & Sound - Intercoms        Don Wilson  RRI4SI5C17     Bus 886-9144  Gibsons. B C.    Rei. 886-33047  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call Ihe COAST NEWS  al 886 2622 or 885 3930  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts le Beams  Chris Mapper 886-3468  R.R.H4, S6, era,  kQlbeona. B.C. VON 1V0  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  e Wire Rope & Rigging  e Welding Supplies  e Hydraulic Hose & Fillings  e Misc. Industrial Products  Gibsons 886-2480 ���     [WI B��g-7"87  Port Mellon 884-5303     van' Dlrecl M*73B7  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across Irom Kenmac)  Wilson accused of hypocrisy  Editor:  Having recently scanned  several letters extolling the virtues of our current Area A  representative, to me the burning issue boils down to just one  pertinent question: Does Gordon Wilson possess integrity?  The following true life story  may help Area A voters decide:  On October 4, Lieutenant  Governor David Lam made a  special trip by helicopter to  Totem etodge in Swhelt to present the newly created Order of  British Columbia to my oldest  sister, Grace Maclnnis, for  outstanding public service.  Twenty-five other BC recipients  had already received theirs.  There was a sizeable crowd  present. I noted that Mr.  Wilson came in after the presen  tation and was hovering around  the outskirts. He did not know  Mrs. Maclnnis, but was determined to get into the show  somehow.  With my brothers and thdr  wives, I watched Wilson suddenly signal to his cameraman.  The latter quickly knelt down IS  feet in front of my sister's  wheelchair. Wilson stepped up  smartly, shook her hand perfunctorily, stooped to get his  head down close to hers, put on  a toothy smile which would  have done a Kenya hyena proud���and the camera clicked him  into a thoroughly dishonest  posterity...  e\rea A voters should consider the following facts:  I) Since the 1986 provincial  election,  Wilson,  the Liberal  politician, has consistently opposed the New Democratic Party in every way possible.  2) Grace Maclnnis, with a  lifetime of unwavering support  for the CCF and NDP. has  represented Vancouver ridings  first in Victoria, later Ottawa.  She has fought valiantly for  democratic socialist principles,  and strongly opposed Liberal  and Conservative programs she  considered detrimental to ordinary Canadians.  Just what, exactly, did our  Area A representative hope to  gain by exhibiting such over-  weaning egotism, such blatant  hypocrisy? These are important  questions which Area A voters  should ponder before they go to  the polls November 17.  Bruce Woodsworth  Live-aboard makes defence  Editor:  I am writing to object to the  short article by Rose Nicholson  in last week's Coast News  headlined "Live aboards raise  pollution concerns".  I am wondering why both  your reporter and the Foreshore  Advisory Task Force should  single out live-aboards. There  must be all of four or five permanent live-aboards at the Gibsons Wharf, for example. Do  they really create more sewage  than all the fish, dolphins and  boating tourists that inhabit our  waters? Do we really need to be  coeicerned aebout them before  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  cleans up its act?  Having a good friend who is  a live-aboard, 1 could tell Ms  Nicholson that living on a boat  is not as idyllic as she assumes.  Very few would be happy with  the confined space and other inconveniences.  As for "non-existent" rent,  the only place in the immediate  vicinity thai I know of where  there are no moorage charges, is  the Gambier Wharf. I don't  know if it has any live-aboards  but, if il does, it would be a  damned inconvenient place for  anyone wilh a job to go to.  I am not objectim: to the  possibility of all boats having to  have holding tanks in the  future���I am just saying that  live-aboards are a negligible  part of the problem. They have  a (in most cases undeserved)  reputation as lay-abouts and  free-loaders and they do not  need this additional bad press.  Anne Miles  800 dollars for UNICEF  Editor:  Thank you to all the people  that gave money to UNICEF on  Hallowe'en night. We raised  about $800.  This money will be used to  give education to some children  in the Third World. Your few  cents could change a child's  future.  The children of the Third  World and UNICEF thank you  very much.  Nikola Brabenec  Age 11  Sechelt Elementary  Caution  Editor:  & much money being spent  to elect the "Team", it makes  one wonder who is backing  these candidates.  What can be so important to  these people that money is  seemingly no object?  .And if they are elected what  favours will the "Team" be ex-  fiected to repay?  Gives one food for thought  doesn't it?  J. Patterson  Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire Department  <s  Annual  BINGO  [Saturday, Dec. Vk  Roberts Creek  ^Community Hallj  PERMIT 1.75063..  Doors Open  at 6:00 PM  Early Bird Games  at 7:30 PM  Tickets SS.00    '  ^(Includes 3 cards,  extra cards $1)  Tickets -  Seaview Market  and at door  I've  prepared  for the  GST.  Haveyou?  Now Is  the time to  register.  Are you ready (or the proposed GST? If not, now is the  time to register and prepare.  Registration applies to anyone  involved in a commercial enterprise. This includes fishing,  farming, professional services  and many activities carried out  by non-profit organizations.  Revenue Canada is ready to  assist you with information on:  ��� How to register and the  benefits of doing so  ��� What the GST means to  your operation  ��� Simplified accounting  options and administrative  procedures  ��� Rebates of the Federal  Sales Tax  ��� How to recover GST on  business purchases  s GST return and filing options  Contact us today.  Phone:  1800561-6990  Telecommunications device  (or the hearing impaired:  1800 465*5770  Or drop by the  Revenue Canada Excise  Office nearest you,  Monday to Friday,  9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Canada* GOT. K'�� good busliMM to profMre now.  ������I  OoumststAcdM     Custom mek-m  Canada 26.^m Coast News, November 12,1990 ^m  (Let&liL ta- t/u, Ldltot  Chamber  not in  conflict  Editor:  On Wednesday, November  14, 1990 the Gibsons and  District Chamber of Commerce  is hosting an 'All Candidates  Forum' at the Cedars Inn Conference Room. We are hoping  for an excellent turnout with  plenty of participation from  both the candidates, and the  voters.  In a small town like Gibsons,  there will always be situations  Safety belt hazard  where you apnea: to have a conflict of interest. Such is the case  witn the current eieawn.  Due to the fact that some of  the Chamber of Commerce  Directors are also members of a  group promoting a specific  team, it has been brought to my  attention that it appears we are  supporting this group.  Such is not the case.  Any director involved with a  particular candidate does so on  his or her own initiative and in  no way reflects the viewpoint of  the Chamber of Commerce. I  can say the only discussion the  Board of Directors have engaged in, is regarding the .Ml Candidates Forum.  R.A. (Dick) Thomas  President, Gibsons and District  Chamber of Commerce  Cavalier treatment  for highway customers  Editor:  A warning to parents!  The makers of the "Evenflo  7" booster car seat are recalling  ihe crotch straps on these seats  manufactured between 1988  and 1990. The model number is  45477.  If you have one of these seats  you may get a free replacement  strap by calling 1-800-265-0749  (loll-free/Ontario). Keep trying  as this line is very busy. If you  can't get through, send your full  name, address and phone  number with the manufacture  date (found stamped on the bot  tom of the seal with four 'dials'  showing month, day, year and  shift) and the model number  (found on label on side of seat)  lo: Evenflo Juvenile Furniture  Company, 11 Bodine Drive,  Brantford, Ontario, N3T 5V7.  Delivery takes four to six  weeks. In the meantime, be sure  when you do up the buckle you  hear a definite 'click' and then  give the strap a good tug to be  sure it's engaged. There is apparently no danger if you're  sure it is secure. The new  buckles will be easier to do up.  Dori Dempster  Machine politics  Editor:        ^^^^^^^^^  WOW!  Machine politics in Gibsons!!  Who's behind the "Small"  machine?  Why do they want four votes  out of five on Town Council?  How come the "Small" man  says he doesn't know?  All we want are the facts,  Ma'am, just the facts.  Norm Corbett  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following   was   Received   for  publication.  Chairman  BC Utilities Commission  PO Box 230, 6th Floor  900 Howe Street  Vaircouver, BC  V6Z 2N3  Dear Sir:  Re: Electric Plus  About two years ago, after a  barrage of advertising from BC  Hydro, we signed up for the  above program. The service was  advertise^) as being interrupli-  ble, only available where  natural gas was nol, required a  back-up heating system and the  rate was one half that of the  regular service. Athough not  specifically stated in the  literature, officials of BC Hydro  led us to believe that this rate  relationship would likely be retained (ie; as the regular rate increased, so therefore would the  Electric Plus rate increase accordingly). If this were nol lo be  the case, why would the program be of interest to  customers?  Based on this information,  and at a significant cost, we installed a new meter, a new panel  and arranged for certification of  acceptability of the back-up  heating source.  It was a significant shock,  therefore, when we received a  letter dated October 17, 1990,  from Mr. John P. Sheehan of  BC Hydro which states that the  rate will increase by 33 per cent  on April 2, 1991 (he does suggest later in the letter that your  Commission has some role to  play in this process). Under the  �� "\ Sunshine Ridge  V^^/ 6 DELUXE 3 BEDROOM  ^^^ TOWNHOMES  School Road (near North Rd.), Gibsons  PBJUE 3 NOW SELLING  1620 sq. ft. eft Balcony   ��� Oak Cabinets      ��� Carport      |  ��� 1 Vi Bathrooms     ��� Mini Blinds  ��� Soaker Tub ��� Heritage Doors  ��� Skylight ��� Close to Schools & Shops  1**0***  -V���tf  PIICEIEDUCED  Lisa Keller  886-4680  > RE-ELECT^  CAROL'  ADAMS  I School Trustee  ^District |k  y<rf Sechelt\  Quality Developments by  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION  A Division Of 886-4680  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  DIETER'S  DREAMI  Lose  10-30 Ibt.  In 30 Daya  * Controls your appetite  * 100% natural  * Eat tire foods you love  * Inches & cellulite  disappear  * Sain energy e�� * *  * 100% guaranteed  CALL NOW:  Rachel 8863103  Elect Jakob Knaus  School Trustee for Rural Area "2"  A Strong Voice For Sensible School Policies  Educator   of   university   graduates   for  managerial positions  .'14 years managerial experience in overseas  commercial enterprise  Council   member   oi  Ceylon   Employers'  Federation  Observer   at    almost   all   School   Board  Meetings during lasl twee years  I stand for:  Fiscal Responsibility - Wilh a recession looming I will hold myself accountable that our (ax  dollars are spent intelligently for each and every pupil in our district.  Learning a second language through French as a school subject (CORE) from gr. 4  onWards.  Setting of Priorities lee teach our students the essentials first such as English, Computers,  Arithmetic and Social Skills to allow them to survive in adult life. Not forgetting the more  enjoyable Subjects which make school such a good place to be.  I am against:  Early French Immersion where a disappropriate amount of our tax dollars are spent on  jusi a few elitist pupils; there are better methods to learn French!  Court cases by militant pressure groups (Canadian Parents for French) against our  dcmiicralically elected Schoolboard, who must divert $45,000 and possibly more, from the  school preegrams for our English stream pupils.  On November 17th - Vote for  Jakob KNAUS  tULhJJemmws*  heading "What are my  options?", Mr. Sheehan suggests thai we can switch back to  regular electricity service  (thanks a lot!), or switch to  natural gas when it is available.  Natural gas is being installed  through the Sunshine Coast  now. Ignoring the substantial  cost for a furnace and ductwork throughout the house, it is  highly unlikely that gas will be  available to us in our lifetime.  The time-table for local distribution in the developed areas  of Gibsons and Sechelt has not  been firmly established yet. We  live on Redrooffs Road which is  sparsely developed on either  side for some eight miles and is  located between Sechelt and  Pender Harbour. II is hard to  conceive that a private sector  utility could warrant the distribution cost for the limited  number of potential accounts.  We trust that you will agree  with us that the 15,000 Electric  Plus customers in British Columbia are about to be treated in  a most cavalier fashion. We are  confident lhat we can count on  the good offices of yourself and  the Commission to ensure that  this piratical and unjustified  rate grab is not approved.  Elspeth Westwood  For Gurney  Editor:  A thought to the voters of  Area E. People may not realize  it but Jim Gurney was the instigator of the debt free financing of our water system.  He also meets with the electors every month to listen to  their problems and interests.  His opposition, Mr. Leask, is  so interested in government that  he wasn't even on the voters' list  in Gibsons or Area E as of his  filing.  I hope the residents of Area E  think and vote accordingly on  November 17.  Dick Derby  Let's do something about fixing up  Kleindale Pioneer Cemetery:  ELECT  JOE HARRISON  Women's Re-Entry  Program  You can EARN while you LEARN in  the CAPILANO COLLEGE Small  Business Assistants Program.  Join us for courses in computers,  business skills, job searching, and on  the job experience.  Find out more at  INFORMATION MEETINGS  Wednesday, November 14  2:30 pm and 7:30 pm  5627 Inlet Ave. Sechelt Campus  Capilano To get information or to register  coIIgog    please ca" 885-93*��-  A.B.C.  DAIRY MAID ��� APPLE  detergent     1016.28   juice 11.78  I, 3.79  PUREX ��� BATHROOM FIESTA  tissue t2s 4.38   ice cream  BETTY CROCKER CREAMY OR CHUNKY  SUPER MOIST  SKIPPY  cake mix    5ogm 1.18 peanut butter kfl 3.18  REGULAR OR PULP FREE  PARKAY SOFT OLD SOUTH ��� ORANGE  margarine    2 ib. 2.28 juice 5 m 1.58  EVAPORATED OR 2% REGULAR & NO SALT  PACIFIC VARIETIES ��� DEL MONTE CANNED  milk 385 mi .78 vegetables 34V398mi .78  BONE-IN ��� PORK LOIN  roast\'&     4  QQ  COUNTRY STYLE RIB END I ^^ ^*]  spareribs  kg 4.39 lb.  CENTRE CUT ��� PORK LOIN ^     jm a  chops k9 e.37 ib 2.89  BONELESS LEG OF -^      -^ ^  pork roast 95��2.99  IMPORTED NO. 1 GRADE _   _  RED OR GREEN - SEEDLESS ^k ^  QTdpGS kg2.18lb. bWV  CALIFORNIA NO. 1 GRADE _  broccoli ..,.,.49  CALIFORNIA ��� ROMAINE -^ ^  lettuce ...68  MEXICAN GROWN HASS f*k mk  avocadoes 3/ .99  ^mm^mmmmmmmtmmammm^mmmmmmam^_m\mmmmtmm%mmmm  'V---������--��� *���*'������ *.��^.*fc^-l  C  '������J.-AM.'-r'-L".^   'j'^  '^'��'lm'^'a��'*L'^.'^.-Lm\'^'.\---l.--.    'mL.'^^^.���J.   --     - _j Coast News, November 12,1990  CCOAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^  27.  Unique 3 bdrm. 3 bath home,  spectacular view, approx. 2500  sq. ft. 883-9418-988-4310.  #49sr  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  - IN PENDER HARBOUR -  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 8839551  - IN HALFMOON BAY -  B A J Store 885-9435  - IN SECHELT -  The Coast News2  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  - IN DAVIS BAY -  Peninsula Market 885-9721  - IN WILSON CREEK -  Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  - IN ROBERTS CREEK -  Seaview Market 8853400  - IN GIBSONS -  The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  ANDERSON RULTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  CATALOOUK  5686 Cowrie St., Box 1219  Sechell, B.C. VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van. Toll Free 6844018  Modern 2 bdrm. home on  acreage, private, no reas. oiler  refused, trade commercial or  sailboat. 883-2977. #49sr  WATERFRONT  54' lot - 80 year lease. Keats  Island. Try your otter. 886-2694.  ,W9sr  171,100 price substantially  reduced Haltmoon Bay 1200 sq.  It. 3 bedroom rancher with hall  basemenl and private cozy back  yard. New foundation, plumbing  and electrical updated. New  cedar siding and vinyl sundeck  Newly painted inside and oul. lined, poss. Call owner 946-7655.  146  Better than new. 6 month. 1850  sq.lt. split level. 3 bdim. home.  Landscaping just completed.  Bright lamily kitchen. Close to  school In West Sechelt.  $145,000. Call alter 3 pm.  885-2556. #47  Gibsons. 60x120 level lot. Creek  view, lull service & clear. Ready  to build. $29,900. 885-7618.  #49  4.7 acres, smaller house guesl  cottage, workshop, studio,  warehouse, wood and garden  sheds, privacy plus. By owner.  886-3084 eves. #46  1700 sq. It. Panabode rancher,  ocean view, genuine bargain al  $120,000. Orive by 950 CHeryl  Ann Park Road {Lower Road,  Roberts Cieek) and phone loi  appt. to view. 886-2694.   #49si  Lot 23 Central Rd., 50x105.  view, level, 3 km to lerry.  872-1064. #50sr  Cochrane  Road,   good  large  building lot, close to marina &  beaches, $27,500. 885-4501.  #50s  Gibsons - Gower Point's choicest  waterfront. Panoramic view ft  acre. 581-2904. #46  Amanda and Leah (and Sandy, tool) will bo happy  to help you place your Classified Ad at Peninsula  Market, our Friendly People Place In Davis Bay.  J  2 OPEN  HOUSES  Sat., Nov. 17  1-4  809 Pleasant PI., Glbuni  $174,500  New 4 bedroom rancher on  privale  cul-de-sac.   A  beautilul quality home  749 Tricklebiook Cres..  Glbseni  $79,900  Brand   new  deluxe   1990  mobile   home   in   good  residential   area.   Owner  transferred.  Open io All Oilers  Lookers Welcome  FREE COFFEE  & COOKIES  Call Vene Parnell  886-3013  AAMxrm  ammmY     realty im  T'i��B>yCtntn,S��lwll  M5-32S5  REDUCED  Soames Point rancher, Feeney  Rd., new 3 bdrm., kilchen nook,  close to beach, 2 bathrooms,  large garage, partial view. By  owner, $139,000, oilers.  886-7830. TFN  Obituaries  CROWSTON: Passed away suddenly on November 6, 1990.  Bruce Ley Crowston, late ol  Sechelt. Survived by his loving  wife Doris; two daughters, Ardis  Crowston, in England and Phyllis  Richmond ol Sechelt; two grandchildren Nyle and Emily Richmond. No service by request.  Private cremation arrangements  through Devlin Funeral Home.  #46  EMERSON: Passed away  November 3, 1990, Lloyd Curtis  Emerson, late ol Hallmoon Bay,  age 73 years. Survived by two  sons Cecil ot Sechell and Richard  of Massed; three daughters  Phyllis Lum of CoquiUam, Laura  Rogers of Port Moody and Barbara Phillips of Fort SI. James;  20 grandchildren and 8 great-  grandchldren. Private cremation  arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. #46  SCHOOR: Mark William in his  69th year passed away quietly on  Novembei 7, 1990 In SI. Maiy's  Hospital, Sechell. Mark is survived by his loving friend Alice  Fairweather. Much loved by his  son Dana Schoor and grandson  Lonny of CoquiUam; son Roberts  Schoor of Gibsons; son Matthew  Schoor ol New Westminster:  daughter Glenna Cook and husband Doug and granddaughter  Margaret of Edmonton: daughter  Wendy Watts and granddaughters Kim, Tracy and Shannon. In lieu ol flowers donations  may be made in Mark's memory  to the Diabetes Foundation.   #46  Tke Beat Vnd AwwM  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  $/|00  4  (minimum) for 10 words  25'  each additional word  (Births. Lost & Found FREED  Pay /or 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be  PRE-PAID before insertion.   .  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted  "SuneSeUf  CLASSIFIEDS  8 J 5OO  $100  up lo 10 words  each additional word  Y<.Ur ))l|, liMllltilie) 1 el.-eii ,in|y   ��� ell fun   l un,  sevruilvv wwkSe tiVn will hi' cai.cull.jd wiles.,  vnu instruct us 10 ...eii/iv 11 BY NOON  SATURDAY.  IN..I ,.e.,Ml,ihl,. l��� n.mni.'iridl  ...iM'Tllsi'lsl  DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices NOOII  Satllfday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-3930  Cruice Lane. Gibsons  886*2622  FAX: 886*7725 Gibsons  ,' 185-3954 Sechelt  For Public Use  The BC & Yukon Heart Fund  welcomes "in Memoiiam" donations. Please send cheque lo box  1525 Gibsons, giving youi name  and lhal of the deceased's next ot  kin whose address please supply, so lhal a card may be sent.  m  KELLY - Eiin Fiancis. In loving  memoiy ot a special son and  brothei. who quietly left us Nov.  15, 1986. A precious page ol  memory was gently turned today.  Mom and Dad and Quinn  #46  KELLV - Erin Francis.  1969-1986. Fond memories ol  our grandson, may he always  walk In sunshine. Gran, Grandad  and relatives in Scotland.     #46  KELLV-Erin. ...And though he is  no longer seen, he lives wilh us.  The class of'87. #46  Announcements  Indoor soccer. Interested adults  looking for mid-week break call  885-2748 evenings #46  Badminton Mondays at Langdale  Schoo. Wednesdays at Elphies 8  pm to 10 pm. $2 drop in. Conlad  John Sanders 886-2467.      #46  MR BRAKES COURSE  Nov. 9. 10. 11 in Gibsons. Call  Continuing Education. 885-2991.  146  ���       Lynn Thonteln.on     a  REGISTERED   I  I REFLEXOLOGIST!  Tets 1  Livestock  U\  Do you need some inlormalion lo  deal with your legal problem? Call  the Legit Information Service  885-5881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Eleanor Mae 885-9018       j  #46  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coasl Transition House for confidential 24 hr.  service. 885-2944. TFN  Healing and releasing the past  through Reiki and Rebirthlng.  Please cell Michael Himar  816-7589. #46  Highly principled energetic  knowledgable, straight toward,  community spirited candidate lor  school trustee available on Nov.  17 lor 3 years commitment. Object proper process a new direction in education. Vote Mary  Bland in Sechelt. #46  To BOB  Please CALL ME!!  -'  *L0VIEEEL *  I   8867795  St. Maiy's Hospilal Is standardizing all word processing to Word  Perlect 5.1. Knowledge ol Ihis  program will lie a ma|or hiring  consideration lor secretarial and  clerical positions. #47  Authentic Cowichan Knits  Sweaters, vests, hats, sox. slippers, leg warmers etc. Handspun  and  knitted,  made lo order,  reasonably priced. 885-3232.  #47  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  .- #49sr  I���4~�� '���.  iPiyctiic Readings & Healing for  appointments phone Kalawna  88)-4883. #48  Healing - Meditation Classes wilh  Kalawna even/ 2nd Monday, starting Novembei. 19 al 7:30 pm.  Donalions only.1 Call 885-4883 lor  more inlo. #48  S.P.C.A.  Christinas Bazaar  Get your pet his favourite treat.  Trail Bay Mall. Nov. 14/90.  #46  Diet Cookies  100%  natural  ingredients. A  weight loss system lhat works!  Do   yourself   a   flavour  call  886-8826. #48  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-7272, 886-2954.  TFN  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. Al-Aleen  886-2565. TFN  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  'MM******.*.**.**.'  7r*'  rJUAGUS  Bright. Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  SPCA lor adoption. Very friendly  young collie X tern., 885-5734.  Cats S kittens to come.  886-7313. #46  Canine consultant, ottering obedience & intruder awareness  Iraining. Reg Robinson  886-2382 TFN  Alpha/Timothy mix $220 a Ion  50% lo 70% alpha 856-5967.  #46  Shar-Pei wrinkled pups, very  friendly, Phone alter 1pm  886-7538. #46  2 Jersey cows. Bred lor June  $400 each. 885-5992 evenings.  #46  Horse lor sale. Hall Arab, ft  Welsh, 10ft hands, 10 yrs. old,  perfect for children. 885-2680.  #47  Registered Vietnamese Potbellied Pigs. 2 Ugly black & white  males, who throw beautilul pinto  babies: black/white temales;  neutered males, weanlings. Will  consider trade lor olher exotic  animals. 426-8560 or 427-4334.  #47  8:30-5:30, Mon.-Sal.. 10-4  Sun., Sechell Hardware.  865-2171. #46  Christmas cactus: A variety ol  sizes In bud al Penlangle Rants.  885-3818- #47  Full size comfort 886-7337,  885-3666. The Sunshine Coasl  Cab Co. #47  Hunter Gallery's 2nd Annual  Christmas Cralt Fair Nov. 17,  10.30-4pm at St. Mary's Hall opposite .curlino. rink. 28 top cratt  artists and homemade soup &  desserts.  #46  Are you concerned aboul GOOD  GOVERNMENT? Voti Arthur  Whistler for alderman on Nov. 17.  #46  HANDCRAFTED  POTTERY  ty Elaine Futterman  IW.til.ililt' .ee lice slt.clet, lejlt.ese phone  le'SI 8B5-2395 ,1111: ,11 elec Ails Ceiejie  1' CHfllSIMAS CRAFT FAIR-SAT.  DEC I. Ill iee> 4 pen St'iiirll leeeMee  ll.11 d eeee  Phone us today about our selection  ol beautilul  personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationeiy and moie.  Jeannies Gilts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  dislunctional families please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 for help.  TFN  Balling With Yeast course ol 8  lessons. For inlo Rachel  886-3103. #48  FREE  8 Week old kittens  886-8992 #47  P.B. Polish Arab stud. 12 yrs  Bay. Proven sire. Grandson It  Bask *** son Dyako. Otters  will consider trade lor cattle.  366-4218atter6pm. #47  Dairy goat, doe kidd. 7 months  $75.00 M5-2819 #46  Two good sized pleasure ponies,  reasonable. 885-9969.       #48  Egmont area. Ocl 13. Black &  white terrier X lem. Answers lo  Gremlin. Reward, 883-1165. #46  Men's silver Casio wristwatch.  Cedar Grove. Hallowe'en.  886-2512  #46  Fern, medium size dog, black &  tan. double dew claws & white  Ilea collar. Peninsula Hotel area,  answers to Brandy, 866-8741  #46  Looking lor customer service?  Smiles are still Iree al Sechelt  Hardware. #46  Yamaha Electone organ, $2500  OBO. 883-2239. #47  Lowrey organ Magic Genie Chord  Syslem.   bench   books,  exc.  cond.. $800 OBO. 883-2179.  #47  Black Baldwin 7 tt. semi-concern  grand piano lor sale. Lists new al  $35,000 Six years old. beautilul  sound & action. $22,900 OBO.  886-7471. #48  Wanted  Older German couple wanting lo  rent lurnished small hniss/-  apartment/mobile home lor a  couple ot months sometime  aiound April to June, 1991.  Please contact 1-649-4050 (cell.)  collect afternoons. TFNs  I am a designer and need a home  and project by Nov. 22 when I  move from a house I have  renovated, restored and  decorated in Gibsons. I'm looking  lor a house to lease with an option  to buy that needs TLC. or a house  now lor sale to furnish, decorate,  maintain and keepa vailable lor  showing. I will improve the house  and properly, tent month to  monlh and move when sold. Mis.  L.Henry 886-8310. #46  Garage type storage in Gibsons.  886-3924 #46  One Year Old Family Dog -without  a Family. Small, female CollieX.  excellent with children.  883-2979.       <flfc*->*. #46  Garage Sales  Sat. Nov. 17, 10-12, 513  Sargeant Rd. Antique Piano.  #46  1342 Hwy 101, 2nd driveway  past Heniy going towards  Secheit. Nov. 17,10am-2pm. NO  EARLY BIRDS. #46  For Ureal dothss si Bargain  Prices! come to EM'S Place. 689  North Rd.. Sat. & Sun. afternoons. #48  Moving Sale: CC Skis; boots;  workmate; rug: golf bag 4 irons;  Daiwa fishing rods & reels: good  stuff. 10 to 1, Saturday Nov.  17/90. No Early Birds. 1454  Davidson Rd., Langdale.     #46'  Sun., Nov. 18 Irom 10-2, moving, 491 South Fletcher.      #46  Giant basement sale Nov. 77 & 18  6am to? Tools, plumbing, blue  mountain bargains galore. 12583  Bargain Harbour Rd. #46  NICHOLSON   FOREST  PRODUCTS. SAWMILL NOW OPEN.  Exc. quality cedar lumber, most  common dimensions. Price list  avail, at site. Seasoned firewood  $100 cord delivered. See sign  Hwy 101 between Hallmoon Bay  & Sechelt, Open 8:30 - 4:30  Mon. to Sat. Bruce, 685-3896.  #48  Pale grey fluffy cat & kitten in Bay  area. Gibsons. 866-7378.     #46  SECHELT HARDWARE Open Sundays, 10-4 TFN  FULL SIZE COMFOHT  ase-7337  Ths Sunshine Coast  Cab Company  UNITY CHURCH  You are welcome lo join us in exploring Unity principles. Sunday  Study Group at 10am & Service at  11am. Also Inner-Power Group on  Tues. at 7pm. Call 886-9194 loi  Info. TFN  ^The Blue Shoe^  CERAMIC STUDIO  1st Annual  Christmas Sals  It Open House  Sunday, Dec. 2. 10am-4pm  ��W Fraacn Prnieneila Road  Maeirira Pari.   Wl.ZWi   A good person lor Alderman in  Ihe district ol Sechell Vole lor  Arthur Whistler on Nov 17  #46  Tabby kitten. Langdale School  aiea. 886-9134. #47  Nov 5th. between (iower Point &  White Eyelets Georgia Strait 14'  while runabout; blue trim and  outboard. Jim C-Tow 947-2875.  #46  Tetsl  Livestock  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX.  PURINA. WAYNE.  Also lull line ol bird seed  And much more.  duality Farm a Garden  Supply Ltd.  Piatt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699  Highway   101,   Gibsons.  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  HeUp reduce the pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pel. TFN  Near new Sojin piano, beautilul  sound, $2300 OBO. 686-7561  #46ss  7ft KW Onan gen. set, $1800.  AB Haddock Marine. 883-2811.  #46  a  6 yds. $45/ 9 yds. $60  DELIVERED  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  1P  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  EXCAVATOR AND  BOBCAT AVAILABLE  Airline tickets. Vancouver  -Toronto return, Dec. 18, Jan,  17. $5000BO. 885-7502.    #48  ROBERTS CREEK  Want lo purchase any pictures,  books, etc on the history and  growth ol Roberts Creek. John  Opp 886-4671. #48  Hunters travelling through 100  Mile House, ex-Gibsoniles are ottering Iriendly & comfortable bed  & breakfast. $15/person or $25/  couple, reservations. 395-2475.  #46  Small chest Ireezer and pinch  pleated drapes lor 45x100" window. 885-3995. #46  Cement mixer lor home use.  Reasonable. 886-7421.       #46  Wooden decoys wanled. Collector  pays $50 - $75 each & up for  wooden duck and goose decoys.  Call collect il long distance.  589-0687. #48  My cat & I (responsible professional woman) wish to spend  Xmas (Dec. 21 -Jan. 1) on Ihe  Coast. Prefer house sit or rent or  swap Van. apt. Message Jan  886-4692. #46  ��� NAVVY JACK  ��� CRUSHER DUST  ��� Va CLEAR ROCK  ��� DRAINROCK  - Va MINUS GRAVEL  Lyle Forbes  883-9907  New '/. size mattress Used  once. $99. 886-8959 #46 I  Double bed. $75; single bed. I  $40; 9x12 choc brown carpet &  underlay,   exc.   cond..   $50.  886-4943. #48  Trusses, assorted sizes In stock.  Garden shed kits any size Alpine  Truss. 886-8233 #48  f3 - 23' Hal rool trusses. $150.  886-9446 #48  PENTAX MVI 35mm cameta.  comes with Hash, auto winder,  wide angle and zoom/macro  lenses. Additional tillers $400.  686-3223. #46  Renovation sale. All Items half  price. Fisher fireplace insert; sectional sofa; 4 sets ambei hanging  lamps; chandelier; double vanity  top with base: sectional bathroom  mirror; bedroom headboard with  mirrors; 2 side chests. View st  741 Gower Pt. Rd alter 10 am.  #46  RCA TV, $150: Eleclrolux  vacuum, $150; Cuislnart, $35;  blender; toaster oven; firewood,  misc. items. 886-8334.       #46  INSTANT  STORAQI  888*7171 or  888-7181 28.  Coast News, November 12,1990  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644   TFN  White moulded fibreglass  bathtub, $100.886-4743. #50sr  Utility trailer - Closed 4x8 $700.  Fiberglass septic tank $100.  885-6150. e*46  IBM comparable XT. 640k, 20  meg HD. 360k & 720k floppies  mouse, gieen mono monitor, 101  enhanced keyboard, small fool-  print case, lots of software. $900  Firm 886-4511. #46  lor Sale  P      ALBERT     *  On Sale Now At  SECHELT  HARDWARE  886 2171  Panosonic Dimention 3 microwave/convection oven - digital,  $325; Lylton .06 digital  microwave. $100. 886-8962 after  5. #46  Steel trailer lor all-terrain vehicle,  low pressure tires. $390.  885-7365. #46  VALLEY  COMFORT  WOOD  STOVES  $729.oo  REC ���899.*'  FREE DELIVERY  .Sechelt  Hardware  885-2171  Electric countertop range, built-in  oven, hood lan. $250.866-8270.  Commercial   diving   gear  886-2004 $1500 OBO. #48  Two BF Goodrich Radial snow  tires 175/70. Used one season  $85 for pail. 885-7712.       #48  Lumber, various sizes,  after 6.885-3529.  Phone  #48  Potter's kick wheel, as new, $25  OBO. 885-9464. #48  FlaNDGRS     ft  Keepers .$  Antiques. .  Collectibles ��� Jewellery  2nd Hand ��� Furnitui e  Tools ��� Building Supplies  Our New Location  706 Hwy 101, Gibsons  Across from DtVrles  886-4551  Yellow cedar, split and delivered  in 2-TRUE cold lots, $100 cord.  Davis Bay lo W. Sechelt. Eves.  885-2339. #46  Large safe, width 30", heighl  42", depth 18" 885-3381  #48  Chesterlield and chair.  886-3056.  $125  #46  For Sale  18 cu. ft. Admiral upright almond  freezer, $297; 17 cu. ft. Inglis  citation white 2 dr. Ir. free fridge,  $479; 17cu. ft. Kenmore h. gold  2 dr. Ir. free L.H. dr.. $467; 16  cu. tt. Westlnghouse 2 dr. fr.  free, new compr, $429; Maytag  white dryer. $279; sink, stove,  oven, fridge, si. steel top. all In  one. $325. All recon. and  guaranteed lor 90 days to 2 yrs.  Cornei Cupboaid 685-4435 Bjorn  885-7897. #47  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  m-ctn  TFN  1983 Anes wagon. 130,000 kms.  35-40   m/p/g,   exc.   cond.,  sacrifice $3500 firm. 886-2945.  #50sr  1979 Ford T/bird, lots ol new  parts. $1900 OBO. 865-1943  #50S  '83 Olds Omega. 2 Dr. auto,  $3000060.885-3790.     #50sr  '82 Volvo SW. Ovetdeive, exc.  condition, inside & out. $7500.  885-3790. #50sr  Laige Fisher fireplace insert,  nickel plated, plus screen. $550  OBO. 885-4838 #46  P215/75 R15. 5 slock tiles from  Foid Rangei. 2 neai new, $130.  885-5840. #47  IBM Selectrlc typewriter $100.  Fridge $50. Both work well.  886-8097. #46  Indisposable  Cotton Kapers  The best fitted cotton diaper.  Monaat 886-7344. #46  Single glaze windows, 42x48.  $30 - 54x48, $40. both opening  with screens; sliding door  screen, 5'. $20; patio set. white,  as new. umbrella, 4 chairs, table,  $75; small writing desk, wood,  as new, $100.885-9597.    #46  Speed queen reconditioned  dryer, $125. 885-4529 after 6  pm. #50si  Dusty pink corduroy couch,  $400. 3-sealer, exc. cond.  886-8089. #46  Stuflto���roo~ imming IBschlne  w/rlbber, yarn changer,  886-8647. #46  Alder lirewood, $100 a load, will  deliver 886-8974. #47  Safety. Comfort, Reliability.  886-7337, 885-3666. The Sun-  shine Coasl Cab Co. #47  PATONS. PINGOUIN  KNITTING  YARNS  Just [or you  Waterbed mattress, heater, thermostat. 2 single bed. exc. cond.  886-2591. ��7  Brown and chrome kilchen lable,  4 chairs, exc. condition $300.  886-2990. #47  ~        TI $ SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil Mixed-Hog Fuel  By the yard or truck full. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pick up or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  Semi-seasoned mixed lirewood.  Spill & delivered. $75 per coid.  883-9382 #47  HAY $4.00/bale  ORGANIC APPLES 8 POTATOES  Phone 885-9357  TFN  1-way ticket, Vancouvei lo  Toronto. Dec. 13, $250. Neg  886-3105. #47  CIL PASTEL  COLOURED SCENTED  PAINTS  $29  4 Litres Reg. $36.99  Kirsch  CUSTOM BLINDS  30 % OFF  SECHEIT  HARDWARE  885-2171  Woodstove RSF model HF65R,  $950. Aftei 6 pm, 886-9447.  #47  Aiico 300, gas driven weldei  $3500.886-3921. #46  Are your posters wrinkled?  We can FLATTEN  and FRAME them loi you.  SHOW PIECE FRAMES  280 Gower Pi. Rd.,  Glbioni        886-9215  SECHELT !*���  HARDWARE  886-2171  BudRiks  VIDEO GAMES  CASSETTES  C.D.'S  I  Sales 8.  Rentals  New & Used  104-140 Tin*  885 4888  Computer IBM compatible w/30  meg harddrlve, monitor programs  incl., new cond., $1100.  886-8356. #50s  R & G  NEW & USED  Seasoned lirewood. exc. quality  cedar lumber, most common  dimensions, see sign Hwy. 101  between Halfmoon Bay & Sechelt.  885-3896. #46  Bearing apple Irees. rare old  varieties, organic potatoes.  885-7311. #47  Mushroom Buying Station  5776 Anchor Rd., Sechell. up hill  Irom Tyee on right, look lor sign.  #47  Diesel 3500 watt generator like  new; LoLine trailer with gas  stove, Iridge. lurnace, all working; sleel lathe 1ViHP motor; 3T  Hoist plus dump box; movie  camera, projector & screen; index machine; bar Iridge, $225;  build your own trailer, wheels,  axles, tubing etc.. $1000.  886-4859. #47  Dovetail jig, lelgh 24" never used, $335 lirm. 885-3406.    #46  Two Nintendo games. Ninja  Galden, $35. Rod racer, $30.  885-5862 eves. #48  U-shape kitchen cabinets,  6'x10'x5', sink, stove,  dishwasher, fridge, fan, $1000  OBO. 883-2753. #48  87' Jetta, 60.000 km. 5 sp.,  AM/FM cass.. snows, 2 year  warranty remaining. $8500.  885-4794 #50sr  1986 Foid Tempo $4700 OBO.  883-2906 #50st  1985 Toyola Tercel, aulo.. good  cond $6500 885-4520. eves.  #50si  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #50sr  Good commuter car. '79 Datsun,  2 dr., exc. run. cond., $700  OBO. 886-7222. #50s  Used Camaro T-Top. $495 lor the  set, wilh covers 886-9500  anytime. #50ss  74 Mercury station wagon, auto,  new exhaust system, new  radiator, new water pump. Good  condition $795. 886-9500  anytime. iBOss  76Buick2dr.,P/S.P/B,auto.,  red, $750 OBO. 886-4568. #50ss  1974 Dodge van. 318 cam,  headeis, 3 spd., tuns well, $900  OBO. 885-2088. #47  Large quantity Va"  plate steel,  10"  channel, 22'  lonq  Steel  tank  26' diameter  15'  high.  886-7064.  #50ss  GE washer, white 2 speed  multicycle, 2/extra rinse $329;  Kenmore washer and dryer, HD  matching set $679; Maytag,  avocado dryer, $267; Viking Coppertone, 30" stove, self-clean,  $359; Simplicity deluxe 2 speed,  2 cycle. H Gold washer, $287.  Whirpool 3 temp dryer, super  cond., $269: Danby Inglis 7-8cu  It. Ireezer, $239. All recon. and  guaranteed for 90 days lo 2  years. Corner Cupboard  885-4434, B|orn, 885-7897. #46  Mountain bike. Excellent condition $145 OBO. 886-3832.    #46  Kitchen suite, bathroom sink I  vanity, double porcelain laundry  tubs,  waler  bed,  corrugated  fiberglass sheeting 885-7123.   #46  Used wooden double glazed windows, various sizes; yellow tub &  one-piece toilet, $70/both. Jim  886-3148. #47  Looking for a unique Christmas  gin? Beautifully finished burl wall  and mantel clocks, pen sets,  therm,/barometers, handcrafted  In Sechelt, Variety of sizes and  prices. To view call 885-2574.  #47  Mini racing bike, YZR50, 2 wet  suits, 4 ml, $150 ea. 885-2657  eves. #47  FIREPLACES  BY  PROFESSIONALS  Il's all we do!  ���GAS-PELLET��W00D��  ���ALL VENTING SYSTEMSa  Visit our  SHOWROOM  (Complele sales and installations)  Ceitelied Technicians loltow.ng  all currant safely & environmental  SECNELT  FIREPLACE LTD  5631 Wharf Rd.  7171   BUYING  and selling  coins, gold,  silver,  notes.  1-7995  1500 psi Honda powered MCS  pressure washer, like new,  $1500080.886-3001.      #50s  Antique maple hutch, $350 OBO.  886-2354. #47  Seasoned lirewood. $100 per  cord. 885-6311. #48  .Apple 2 & computer with joystick  monitor, disc drive, $450 OBO.  885-5007. #48  Kenmore washer & dryer, works  well, gd. cond., white, $450  OBO. 885-6346. #46  Near new wooden kitchen lable,  4 upholstery chairs, $250; boy's  mountain bike, $35; children &  adult ski equip. 886-2491.   #48  Four 1 way airline tickets, Van. to  Toronto. Dec. 17. 886-9883 or  886-2020. #48  Radial snow tires 165SR14, studded near new on Toyota truck  rims, $45.866-8218. #46  Print   3-seater  chesterfield   &  chair. Asking $300. 886-9449.   #46  18a. Heavy  Equipment  BOBCAT *  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  1974 Dodge van, 318 cam,  headers, 3 spd.. runs well. $900  OBO. 885-2088. #47  1979 Plymouth S/W for parts,  $500 OBO. 886-9134. #48  1988 G.T.A. black Trans-Am,  factory ordered, one owner,  garage kept, only 23.000 k's. 5  spd, T-rool, leather seats, air  conditioning. This car has every a  variable option. $20,900 serious  enquiries only. 885-5178.  #48  1979  Dodge  Aspen  station  wagon  red spot treated for paint  job. Low mileage.  runs well.  $1650 886-2830.  #48  Clean  air vehicles.  886-7337.  185-3886. The Sunshine Coast  Cab Co  #47  NOTICE \  a   STEWART ROAD i  J AUTO WRECKERS 8  Ye ic laaietaae. 5  '67 Volvo 123 GT, new motor,  new brakes, new interior. $3000  lirm 886-3111. #50si  1978 Ford Capri Ghia, V6.4 sp..  new rubber, good body, runs  well, musl sail, $1300 OBO.  886-9127. #50s  Exceptional   1989  mercury,   4  dooi,  deluxe  model.   Luxury  equipped. $11,200. 885-7167.  #46  1981 Mazda GLC, sunroof. 5  spd., AM/FM cass. Runs good.  $1500 OBO 885-2399.        #46  76' Cordoba, sli powel, ciuise  control. Silver, needs battery.  $400 OBO. 885-7897. #46  78 Olds Delta 88. 350. auto,  P/D. PW, air, etc., 125,000km.  $1100 OBO 886-3575.        #47  SAVE $8 65 Five litre. 4-cycle  25W40 engine oil. only $101  883-1119  #46  1979 Chevelle, needs starter,  $200,885-5891. #46.  '81 Ford Fairmont sedan, duel  luel economy special. $1175.  1168 Reed Rd., Gibsons.  886-3344. #47  '85 VW van, 7 pass., pwer  steer., sunroof. AM/FM stereo  cass.. $12,500.886-8543.   #47  1981 Chrysler 2 dr. Cordova  Special Edition, low mileage, exc.  cond. 885-3651 or 885-3960.  HI  5 Cars $200 - $899. Trades  welcome, dealers, leasing elc.  1178 Stewart Rd. 886-7227.  Open 7 days a week. #46  1980 Buick Skylark $1500.  886-4667. #46  1978 Toyota Corolla station  wagon. New water pump, fuel  lilter, recent brake job. $975.  885-2901. #46  1984 Citation 4 dr.. auto., exc.  cond.. pb./pst., $4500.  886-8291. #48  1984 Chevelle. low miles, 4 dr.,  auto., sun rool, $4300.  886-8291. #48  '69 Camaro, exc. cond., 327  auto., blk Inside & out, $8500.  886-9446. #48  C ampers  Mot or homes  1972 single axle light watgM  British Trailer. Sleeps 4. $2400.  886-8510. #49ss  '79 VW canper. new Cvs. KYB  gas shocks, many new items,  $3000 lirm. 886-3111       #50sr  16' Holidaire 73, exc. cond.,  asking $4800.886-4813. #50sr  1977 Frontier Class C. 21' Dodge  440 ciuise control, sleeps 6, 2  way fridge, hot water, stove,  w/oven TV antenna, forced air  furn., $13,500. 885-3939.  MIS  23' 1984 Citation Class 'C GM,  350 chassis, fully loaded, Genset  to rool air . $24,500. 883-2368.  #46  Trillium Irailer. sleeps 4, exc.  cond.. appliances, $3000.  883-2322. #46  Custom GMC. fiberglass canopy.  Sliding front window. 886-3092  after 6 pm #46  1978 . 21 Vt tt. KIT Companion.  good shape, sleeps eight. $6800  OBO. 885-7553. HI  Tians-Awn 2000. 10 It. awning  lot van conversion 886-8635.  #47  LET'S TALK  MONEY  Let's gel together and sell  your RV unit. II we can't sell  il we'll buy il. Free Appraisal  and pickup anywhere.  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  ran f... 1-800-663-4234  D7363  1978 24' travel trailer, sleeps 7,  fridge, stove, oven, lull  bathroom, $5500.885-7729. #47  1977 Dodge Tradesman,  beautiful pine interior, high roof,  $4000.883-2960. #48  1976 factory camper van. stove,  Iridge, furnace, portapottie,  stereo, rebult motor, boat rack,  exc. cond., 6 tires, $5000 OBO.  886-9682. #48  77 Ford and canopy. 79 20'  Tandam Trailer, 3-pc. bath, new  upholstery,  awnings,  Equillzei  hitch inc., $10,000. 886-2678.  #48  Is under  completely  \ New Management \  COASTLINE  USED WTO PARTS  1178 Stewart Rd.  811-7227  Open 8 ��� 5:30  9   7 DAYS A WEEK J  L^^*****4V***��V-**����E  76 Honda Civic, only $700, no  lime to waste, call now! Anna  886-2108. #50s  '66 Ford Econoline California van,  "NO" rust, new motor, clutch,  Iront end parts, runs very well,  $1000, Bill 7am-2pm 886-4924.  #50sr  1980 Acadian, 4 dooi, 4 speed.  $1995 OBO. 885-4019.        #46  #48  16' steel dumptruck box, new  hoisl cylinder and pump, plus  sawdust extension box  886-7064. #49sr  Horizontal culofl saw. tor steel  8"xl2" CAP x 1" blade c/w  coolant. Brand new. USA made  $1500. 3 Ton hydraulic engine  hoisl, knockdown style. Brand  new Vi price $500. * HP Cralt-  sman compressor $150  885-2544. #47  1981 Subaru, 2 dr., H.T.. 5  spd, very reliable, $2200 O.B.O.  885-5307 after 5 pm. #47  Chrysler Newport 79, new  brakes, muffler front 2 new tires,  very clean, no rust. $1500.  886-4629alt. 6pm. #48  1981 GMC van, 6 cyl., PB/PS.  auto.,   tuns   well,   $1895.  885-3224 01885-2829 eves.    #48  1981 Phoenix, gd. run. cond.,  new flies 4 brakes, asking $700  886-8046. m  1980 Mustang 4 cyl., man. gd.  cond., $1200. 886-7743 or  886-8233. m  1962 Dodge Challenger, 5 speed,  2 door. White ext. MFG by Mitsubishi. Very clean, brown,  velour, AM/FM, One owner  $3800 OBO. 885-4019.        #46  S INSTANT CASH $  Scrap vehicles pick up. Cessnas  Used Auto Psrtt 886-7227.   #47  1980 Acadian, 4 door, automatic  $1995060.885-4019.        #46  Sacrilice. 1967 California style  bug. New IfiOOcc motor; race  cam; dual Weber carbs; quick  shifter; 300 k on engine; custom  paint & mags. $2500 Film.  885-3865 #50ss  '82 Olds Onega, 6 cyl., 4 dr.  $3300 OBO. Phone 886-7853.  #50SS  80 Z28. 350 auto, rebuilt  engine, t-rool, power everything,  Alpine sound, black/red interior,  all receipts, $6500 OBO.  883-2289. #46  1979 Plymouth taavelle station  wagon, exc. gas mileage, lamily  car, super for outdoor camping,  $2200080.885-4704.        #46  73 Volvo. Runs good. $500 OBO.  886-8986 #47  1985 Regency Olds 98, excellent  condition. Firm $9800.  885-2258. #47  1973 Volvo 1800ES, "classic"  exceptional condition. Rare and  appreciating sports wagon. Call  885-2748 after 5 pm. $7500 obo.  #46  1982 Toyota Celica. Excellent  condition, no rust, 5 spd., taps  deck and more $8200. Call  885-2748 alter 6 pm. #46  '87 Dodge Dakota with cellular  Make an offer. 886-8116. #50sr  1978 Ford F150 newly rebuilt  engine, new biakes, bait., tires.  $3000 OBO. 885-5896 eves.  #50sr  1986 Foid F250 4x4,6.9L diesel,  low kms. Super cab. $14,500.  885-1949. #50sr  1978 Ford 150, raised rool. V8,  automatic. PS. PB, $2000 OBO.  886-9626. #TFN  1969 3 ton Chevy flaldeck, exc.  run. cond., needs inspection,  $3500.886-3001. #50sr  1984 Ford Ranger 4x4.  Mechanically sound. $7800 OBO.  885-3553 or 885-9557.     #50ss  1986 Ford Bronco XLT, full size,  302 Fl auto, o/drlve, loaded,  $10,500 firm. 885-2198.     #46  76 Ford PU 150, 390 auto with  camperette, $1000 OBO.  886-8693 after 6 pm. #46  1981    Econoline,    %ton,  automatic,   insulated  interior,  groat shape. $4750. 885-7331.  #46  74 Dodge panel van. Slant 6,  good brakes, good tires, offers.  886-8992. #47  1977 4X4 Suburban, rebuilt  engine, gd. tires, needs starter  drive. 885-7729. #47  1979 Ford F250 4 sp., PS/PB.  $2000 OBO. 885-3920.        #47  76 Foid F250 Econoline, some  rust, tuns well, $800.886-8900.  #47  1976 Foid * Ton Camper  Special. Low miles. Good cond.  885-7167. #47  1980 F150 Truck, 351 with liner,  running board, rear bumper,  sliding rear window. Automatic,  new tires, new brakes, new  shocks $5000 firm. 886-8039.  #50ss  Canopy, full size $175;  7.50x16" radials, like new  $125/pi.; 64-78 All make truck  parts. 886-7227. #46  '82 Dodge �� ton, 4x4, 318,  auto. 89.000 km. $5500. Gerry  886-4577 days. 888-3575 eves.  #47  76 Int'l dump truck, 13 speed,  88,000 ml., gd. rubber.  $15.000.883-2269. #48  1977 Jeep J20 hssvy % P/U  4X4, 360 4 spd., new tires, gd.  work truck, asking $1800. Enquire 11290tangeRd., Rbts. Ck;  #46  KCNEIT HUME  NOTTS 110.  citfili 1111 Harm  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  H3-8M8  21.5' Crew Boat or? Powered by  T6 Perkins diesel (700 hrs) and  Warner V Drive (500 hrs). All  maintenance records avail. Good  cond. Call Fred or Gordon,  884-5264 (6-5) for more info.  Written bids accepted to 4:30pm,  Nov. 30/90. At the following address: Canadian Forest Products,  Mainland Logging, Box 110, Port  Mellon, BC. VON 2S0.        #48  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition. Lowes Resort,  883-2456. TFN  Yesl There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  'McBeth' 45' offshore ketch,  7000 Autohelm, tracks accurate  courses, from Loran automatically. Extra heavy steel construction,  examine slip B10 Gibsons  Marina. 886-2830. #50sr  1983 Campion 60 HP Mariner,  galvanized Highliner trailer, etc.  exc. cond., $5900 firm.  886-8382. #50sr  Endurance 35' Pilot House Cutter  auto helm, Loran C video fish  finder, 5 sails, slereo, diesel  engine & stove. Slip B-23 Gibsons Marina. 886-9696.    #49sr  24' Turner Classic, mahogany  with Chrysler hemi, well-  equipped with or without C  licence. 883-9555. #49si  42' Crulse-a-home house boal.  sleeps 9, exc. cond., S29.50C  OBO 885-1943. #50si  M.V. Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck, Coasl  Guard Inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid llll Dec/90.  featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkg., new LMS. 200 tl  Loran C. new lenders & brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimgrld, new handrails, flush  mount Flshon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, 120 hrs. and  much more. $10,500.885-7977.  ifiOsr  22'H/T cruiser, 225 OMC, VHF,  sounder, bait tank, winch, head,  sink, stove, down riggers, rod  holders, trim tabs, 425 hours,  moorage till Aug. 91, $6200.  886-4690. #50sr  12V Boston Whaler style,  comes with trailer. 20 HP Merc.  $1500 lirm. 886-4733 evenings.  #50sr  23.5' Flbsrgttss C Lie. crab boat,  needs work. Boat $2000. Uc.  $250 a loot. 886-2942.     ISOsr  14' C mssneed fiberglass cod  boat. New motor. Call 883-9234.  urn  12' Lund aluminum boat. 9.8  Mewc. Top condition. $1400.  886-2500. #50s  30' disp. cruiser, 340 Chry. dual  hyd. str. live bait tank, VHF/CB.  stem, sounder, $7950 OBO.  885-2814.885-2515        #50sr  18' Sangster 120 hp r cyl. I/O  Sounder, trailer. Good cond.  $4250 OBO. 886-9047.     #60sr  Wanted - Tandem Axel boat trailer  for 22'boat. 885-7586.       #46  19ft. Sangster. 160 Johnson; E2  loader trailer; skis; life jackets;  anchor; oars: inboard tanks plus  day lank $4500. 886-3001.  #49s  8HP Mariner, long shall with  charging coil. 886-6635.     #47  Rare find, 26' Commander. Excellent condition. Extias include:  Swan anchor system; VHF; CB; 2  sounders; 8' Livingstone Skiff.  $53,900. Phone Mike Van  663-6905. Gibsons 886-6018.  #47  Save $8.65 Five litre. 4-cycle  25W40 engine oil. only $10!  883-1119  #46  11' 3 comp. hardwood lloor inflatable boat $1100 885-4699  #50s  1983 90 HP Meic. 0/B comp.  with powei trim and controls,  $1750 AB Haddock Marine.  883-2811 #46  14' alum, boat with motor, trailer,  extras. $1250 firm. 883-9350.  #47  EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS  Special savings on all models In  stock. Full marine seivices. Hyak  Marine Seivices 886-2246. #46#  14' Fiberglass with 40 hp  Evinrude electric starter, excellent condition $700.  883-2639. #48  Wanted to Rent  N/S family wants to rent 3 bdrm  house In Gibsons area to Rbts.  Ck., lv. mess, with Gloria  884-5355. #47  52 year ok) bachelor, neat,  organized, affable and tolerant requires small home or apl. exc.  gardener, handyman,  'watchdog', strong principles  and character, 1 yr. lease il  possible, prefer Langdale-  Sechelt. rent negotiable ie duties.  885-7083. #46  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advtrtising which  discriminates in the rental ot property. For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condition of 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 both be  in contravention ol Ihe legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against them. The Csail News  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads. TFN  Shared accomodation. Nice lurnished room in lower Gibsons  near beach. $450. 886-9330.  #48  1 bdrm waterfront suite with  balcony, furnished, Pender Harbour. $300. 883-9177,  883-2897. #49  20' Glasply cabin cruiser. 2'A  yrs. warranty on 115 hp Merc.  0/B (new last Apr., only 19 hrs  use). Incl. 8.5 Merc, kicker, new  canvas top, new depth sounder  stove, icebox, bait tank,  $13,500.883-2779. #50s  18' boal. deep haul I/O 4 cyl.,  Volvo penta 280 Volvo leg.  $5000.886-8367. #50s  28 ft. Unifly (Salty Dog) lully  equipped. Btand new power  Phone George, 886-8139.   4TFN  1982 21'Champion, exc. shape;  economical V6 I/O; comes wilh  depth finder; down rigger; VHF.  Lots of extras. Tandem axle  trailer. Will trade boat plus cash  loi building lot. $12,000.  886-9490. #50ss  Mobile Homes  4 M.N'IIHt] 5  OPENING  SOON  24 NEW LOTS  w.       Singles & Doubles     #  4       NEW HOMES ONLY     4  Minutes To Gibsons    f  28' trailer, exc. cond., in Bonniebrook, $5000. 886-9114 after  5 pm. #46  1982 Pacilica mobile 14'x70'.  fridge, stove, 3 bdrm., I2'x18'  addition. 10'x46' (2x6) cedar  stained sundeck bill for easy  moving, skirting inciud., new  carpets & lino, very spacious  layout, exc. cond., $35,000 lirm.  886-3280 or 686-9020.       #46  1978 21' Vanguard Ford chassis,  low mileage, lully equipped, very  gd. cond., $15,000 Phone  885-6365. #47  Motorcycles  In Slock al  :enmac  Kf  ��� m       (yd*  Oil Filters, Batteries. Tires,  Riding Gear, elc.  Phone Jay si 686-2031  Yamaha XS.1I00. Good shape.  $2000 060. 886-2507. Must  * #48  19B7 535 Yamaha Virago, exc.  cond., 1000 kms., asking $2500  or trade. Phone 886-4690. #50sr  1963 Honda Shadow, 750 cc, lor  parts, $125 OBO. 886-9086.  #50sr  1980 Yamaha 650 Special, Low  mileage, $690 or trade W.H.Y.  883-2952. #50s  Honda 1985 XL600R, 9000 km,  exc. cond., $1500 lirm.  886-7265. #46  1987 Virago 535, 6000 kms.,  exc cond. SscrlRcs $1800 OBO.  885-5568.  #TFNS  75 Honda 360E; 71 Honda 350.  Take Ihem both for $200. Joe  886-4511. #48  '81 Kiwi 1000J Header, good  rubber. Like nsw. Fast.  885-5492. #50ss  1 bdrm furnished basement  suile. Sharing kitchen, $350 per  mo. includes heat. $200 dep.  886-8641. #46  COMMERCIAL  SPACE  FOR  RENT  ��� 1400 sq. ft. ol ideal  commercial/light  manufacturing space  ��� Central location  ��� Owner may renovate  for office/showroom/  washrooms, etc.  ��� Great rental rite  Call Steve Sawyei  al  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Caiing N/S clean tenants loi new  3 bdrm, IV: bath house on  acreage in Rbls. Ck. $750.  1-337-5906. #46  2 bdrm cottage. $500. 1 bdrm  :abin. $280. 886-4716. daytime.  #48  Rooms lor rent. Daily & weekly  rates. Call Kim, 886-2957.   #48  Shared accommodations. Furnished, 1 bdrm in house. Gibsons. Rent $375 mo. & Vi hydro.  B86-7661. #48  Shared 1 bdrm in lurnished  bsmt. suite, w/view, $350 util.  incl. 886-8344. #46  Roberts Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parlies, weddings,  equipment rental. Yvonne  885-4610. TFN  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities  885-2752,685-9863. #46  MINI STORAGE  885-2081  #46  Room lot tent in Gibsons. $25 a  day 01 $150 pei week. 886-8097.  #46  Potential artist space, CBC  warehouse, Gibsons, approx.  2500 sq. It. to share. Enquiries  738-4585. #46  25x26' retail store, ground  levelentrance, perhaps with  8'x10' olfice. tor rent/lease.  885-5937.  #46  Furnished 2 bdrm. townhouse in  upper Gibsons Irom Jan. 1 lo May  1, rent $800/mo 886-8059. #46  3 Bedroom Executive home on  Mission Point Rd., $1000 per  month. Available Immediately.  References required. 885-7262  after 5 pm. #47  Available Dec. 1st, 2 bedroom  house, Soames Point. 1 block  from ocean. Garage, S&F, large  yard $750 per month.  1-738-2254 before 10 am or after  6 pm.                        #47  Sechelt avail. Immed. 3 bdrm.  upper duplex. $800/mo. Call  886-3525 or lv. mess. 988-9402.  #47  Sechelt avail, immed. lurnishsd 2  bdrm. main lloor, $750/mo��� Call  886-3525 or Iv. mess. 988-9402.  #47  Bachelor suits, Sandy Hook,  $400 Incl. hydro, cable TV. Avail.  Nov. 15885-2476. #47  . -.���. -   -  m.... ..  .. s  ..: r. 70',; ..: .,;......,., V  Coast News, November 12,1990 29.  Garden Bay. t bdrm. basement  ste. Single working person. Utils.  incl. $400. 883-9921 #48  NEW 3 BDRM. near Sechell. Us  baths, bridge, stove, washer,  dryer. $695 mo. Vancouver  1-228-8343. #46  Room lor rent. $300. M6-2227.   #48  Room lor rent. Share home. Call  886-9778 or 886-9)81 after 6  P">- m  3 bdrm w/f house. Pender Harbour. Laundry facils Fresh paint.  New balhroom $650. 883-9446,  Iv.msg. #48  3 bdrm.  home Sandy Hook,  supeib view. 1'/? baths, avail.  Dec. 1, $725 plus utils. 1 yr.  lease, refs req 885-3315 #46  $490. Furnished waterfront cot-  lags, Halfmoon Bay. Single or  Couple. 1-574-7024. #47  Gibsons 1 bdrm. suite. Good  location, avail. Dec 1/90.  298-5215. #46  Gibsons 3 bdim., 2'h baths.  side/side duplex. Waler view,  close to all amenities. Avail. Dec  1/90.298-5215. #46  Olfice space to rent in Sechelt. Includes use of photocopier $90 per  month. 885-3971. #48  2 Bdrm. lurnished spacious main  floor of attractive Davis Bay view  home. Privale enlrance. Avail.  Dec. 1/90 $800 per month plus  utilities. 885-7064. #46  New, 2 bedioom duplex. Excellent view, central Gibsons.  W&D, F&S&D. Covered parking.  Available Dec 1st. $800 plus  utilities. 1-596-1669. #46  Gibsons, 1 bdrm. available immediately $650 per month Includes hydro, 886-2260.     #46  House 3 bdrm. 114 baths,  fireplace, 3 acres, complete with  6 appliances, beautiful ocean  view in Lee Bay, $600/mo. Call  883-9050. #48  30' mobile home, Davis Bay.  $395. avail. Immed. 885-4862.  #46  Fumished accommodation 2  bdrm. mobile home, Rbts. Ck.  unsuitable for children, non-  smoker, no pels, avail. Dec. 1  $600/mo. i385-9840. #48  Mobile home, private lot, 4 appl..  $700 peimo., $350 secur. dep.  avail. Dec. 15. 886-2279 aft.  7pm. #46  Four bdrm. home. Rbts. Ck.,  waterfront, $1150. 686-2480 or  885-6033. #48  OFFICE  SPACE  Available in  Professional Block  next to the Gibsons  Medical Clinic  Approx. MS sq. tt.  Contact: Susans Wong  885-5736  Watertront house. December  1SI/90 $800 per month.  Phone 886-9587. #47  RV spaces for construction  workers. 886-7051. #46  Room for rent, shared accommodations. 886-4567.        #46  Entertainment  SAFETY��C0MF0RT  ��� RELIABILITY ���  ���7337  The Sunshine toast  Cab Company  Help Wanted  Mill workers Bayside Sawmills  Lid. require mikll workers for second shin, no experience required, bul applicants must bs  willing to learn lumber grading.  Please call 884-5355.  ' #46  Desperately seeking day caie for  2 boys, 5 & 7 lor after school.  885-3792. #47  Daycare Assistant, some ECE or  related experience preferable.  Part-time, possible lull-lime. Call  886-3913 for appointment.   #47  Help Wanted  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  IIRECYCLIN6 DEPOT in Gibsons need help with the  overload of materials in the  initial period.  2)LET'S DO LUNCH & help  clients on and off the bus.  Thursdays-10:30am-1:30-  pm.  31LIKE WORKING WITH  CHILDREN. Volunteers  needed to assist childcare  workers. Gibsons. Mon.  Wed. t, Fridays. 9am-Noon.  4)RELIEF DRIVERS aie  needed in December lor 3  months. Every Wednesday  tor 2Vi hrs.  5)WANT TO LEARN about  desktop publishing?  Volunteer needed lo type bimonthly newsletter.  6|SANTA CLAUS Are you  busy? You're needed lor approx 4 hrs at Xmas time.  For these snd men opp*-  tunttles. sluts esntsct ths  Volunteer Action Csntrs si  885-5881.  Peimanent part-time marina  located In Secret Cove, open year  round, requires 2 part-time  general office clerks/receptionist  duties to Include typing, filing,  sales support and telephone, gd.  communication skills and outgoing personality an asset. Send  resume to Box 2, Buccaneer, Site  RR1, Halfmoon Bay, BC VON 1Y0  or phone 885-7888. #46  Chambermaids and waitress for  Sunshine Lodge and Gibsons Inn.  Apply in person at Sunshine  Lodge. #46  THE SUNSHINE COAST  CAB COMPANY STILL  NEEDS  DRIVERS  Class 4 Required  ALL RESUMES ARE NOT  CREATED EQUAL. CALL ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES.  885-5212. #48  Looking lor Part-time  Housesltters  Immediately  Sharon 885-2228  Seniors Pief.  yCutwHutt-WM  Attention: Earn up to $800 per  week working at home. Hundreds  of companies need your help.  Amazing recorded message  reveals details, 1-206-298-8075.  #50  Part-time dispatchers required for  progressive new cab co.  885-3666. #47  The Sunshine Coasl Cab Company still needs driveis. Class 4  required. 885-3666 #47  Undercover Wear Women are  succeslul. Earn $30 - $50 per  hour. Easy, lots ot fun and exciting. Full or part-time. Call  Jeannie 483-9289. #46  Caretakers  Caretakers required - Sechelt  area - Private residence, separate  living quarters. Phone Vancouver  435-6671 weekdays.        #46  Part time janitors, evening work,  Phone 885-2206. #48  Part-time  DISPATCHERS  required  For ptogressive  new cab company  885-3666  Retail clothing store seeks  dynamic lull & part-lime sales  clerk, will train, apply with  resume to Workwear World.  Sechell. #46  Undercover Wear Women are  successlul. earn $30-$50 per  hour. Easy, lots ol fun & exciting.  Full or part-time. Call Jeannie  483-9289. #48  Kilchen help, no experience but  willing to learn. Yvan 885-9321.  #48  Holp ",pr��aH Thr Word  LITERACY  Bartend**!** *% Cooks  Pull ar  Pert-Time  PENINSULA  Business &.  Home Services  Less man 6 weeks fo Christmas!  Call now for pro. cleaning job.  Fast, reliable, reasonable.  885-6335 (message). #48  G.S.T.  Nssd Hslp In conver-  tlng your systsms, adjusting pricing or applying   lor   crsdlts  available?  For prolessional help  at reasonable rates call  886-8818  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,  Insured,  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates 885-2109.  TFN  "Ths Root DeMtsr"  Quality  roofing  and  repairs.  Shake, shingle, deck, siding,  maint., sealing. Reasonable and  guaranteed. 885-4190.       #49  Attention, now on the Sunshine  Coasl. Able Walker Lid. Sales &  Service. Deliver to your home!  Repairs In your home! Call Chuck  Tkachuk 885-6108. #46  MOBILE UNISEX HAIRSTYLING  Curls, colours, cuts for the whole  family in your home. Call Paulette  Collins 686-8633. Book your  Xmas peimsnow! #46  Hydraulic wood splitter available,  splits up to 24" For inlo  885-2)57. #46  SMALL  BUSINESSES  Professional  Accountant  will do Accounting,  Financial Statements,  Income Tax, Audits  and Consulting at  Reasonable Rates.  886-8818  Throwing s Dinner Party?!!  Bullet, BBQ, A La Carte, relax  and enjoy your company. A taste  lor Ihe palate. For the personal  touch, call In Horns Catering  885-3435. #48  CERTIFIED HORTICULTURIST  Garden maintenance, pruning  design and installation.  886-4557. #46  Complete kitchen & balhroom  remodelling. Custom Cabinets.  Estimates 885-3259. #47  Responsible Gibsons homeowner,  will do errands in Vancouver.  Open to your requirements. I can  save you a trip. Inlormation: Rob  866-3822. Relerences.       #47  Nu-Uts Fiberglass  cleaned and polished lubs and  showers, look years newer. Free  estimates 885-3360. #46  Drafting Services  Need working drawings lor  - Renovations or Additions  - Custom Home Design  - Garages  Fiee Consultation  Nick 8854340  #47  For all youi carpentry needs, incl.  repairs, addilions. framing or  finishing, call 885-6216 Reich  Construction Lid. N.H.W.P.  Master Builder. #46  Typing service  available,  manuscripts,   term  papers,  business letters, etc. 885-7604.  #47  Work Wanted  ,��� uoine PROFESSIONAL  '"        STEAM CLEANING  Carpets .$,-,  Upholstery  POWERFUL TRUCKMOUNItO  EOUIPMEM  BESI POSSIBLE RESULIS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE  886-3823  Unique new service will do Vancouver errands to your requirements. Inlormalion Rob  886-3822. References.       #47  Handyman: Need it done? All jobs  looked at, no job too small or too  big, satisfaction guaranteed,  reasonable rates. W.H.Y. Alan  886-8741. #46  Carpentry; Renovations; Additions; Retaining walls; Patios;  Flbeiglassing. W.H.Y. Call Tom  886-7652. 151  Experienced Iraming crew  available. 1-929-4146 after 6:00  pm. #47  Odd jobs, gutters cleaned, yard  word, minor elect. & plumbing,  no job too small. Rick 885-9899.  #48  Magic House Cleaners  Maggie oi June 886-7955 or  885-7274, #47  Experienced professional commercial/residential Interior  design consultant will do part  lime or contract work (space  planning, design development.  working drawings, materials  specification, elc. | For architects,  contractors oi individual clients.  888-3071. #48  Work Wanted  Fiaming ciew available, aii  equipped. Phone aft. 6pm  886-7830. TFN  Nurse will care for sick, elderly or  handicapped, in their home.  Hourly, daily or over-night rates.  885-6235. #46  Reliable man/men available for  tall clean-up. other day jobs. Gibsons. Roberls Creek. Rob  886-3822. #46  Carpenter available lor renovations, additions and repairs,  relerences. Call Stewart  885-6140. #51  Child Care  Care In our home. Age 9 mo. - 6  yrs. 886-2227. #48  Mature responsible N/S adult to  care in my home W. Sechelt for 6  monlh old daughter. Starling  Jan/91, Mon./Fri., 8-4, some  housekeeping and meal preparation. References. Please call  Janice 885-7006. #46  Mother ol one will sit In our  home. Monday - Friday.  886-8287. #47  Wanted, occasional weekday  babysitter for delightful one year  old girl. 886-3071. #47  Will babysit in my home, lots ot  experience with children, daytime  or after school in Rbts. Ck.. no  younger than 3 yrs. old please.  $15 a day or $2.50 an hr.  885-5635. #48  32.  Business  Opportunities  Start now ��� Local Amway  distributor offers opportunity for  good earnings. You pick Ihe  hours, we assist you. For appointment call 885-7144 or  886-9479. #50  From $0 to $12,000 monthly in  12 months time! Easy...profitable...professional home-  based business. Don't be left  behind, your time is money!  Send sell-addressed, self-  stamped envelope for info to:  Kontakt. Dept. no. P.O. Box  6567. Stn. J, Ottawa, Ont. K2A  3Y7 #46  CLEAN AIR VEHICLES  886-7337  The Sunshine Coast  Csb Company  INVITATION  TO TENDER  Description: Janitorial services - Sechelt  Relerence: 00-7124  Closing Data: Dec 6/90  Details available Irom ollice  ol BC Hydro Purchasing Of-  licer. 1265 Howe Si., Suile  200. Vancouver. B C. V62  2G8:     663-2577     or  663-2560.  Sealed lenders  clearly   marked    with  relerence number will be  received in Hoom 226. address as above, until 11:00  AM on above closing dates.  BC hydro CS  NOTICE  Take note lhal application  has been made lo Ihe Moloi  Carrier Commission for a  revision of tariff rates.  Changes may be examined  ai Ihe ollice ol Ihe applicant.  Subject lo Ihe consenl of the  Molor Carrier Commission.  Ihe proposed elleclive date  is January 1. 1991.  Any objections may be tiled  wilh ihe Superintendent ol  Molor Carriers. 4240 Manor  Street. Burnaby. B.C. V5G  3X5: on or belore December  10. 1990.  Sechelt School Bus  Service Ltd.  6041 East Porpoise Bay  Road, Box 70  Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Contract No. 28.113  Construction of Payne Road Reservoir  CALL FOR TENDERS  Sealed tenders clearly marked "Contract No. 28-113". Tender  for Construction ol Payne Road Reservoir, will be received by  Ihe undersigned up to 2:00 p.m. local time on November 19,  1990 and will be opened in public at that time and date.  The work comprises the construction ol a reinforced concrete  reservoir and related appurtenances.  Contract documents and drawings may be oblained at the oflices ol Ihe undersigned and at the offices ol Dayton 8, Knight  Ltd.. Consulting Engineers. 626 Clyde Avenue. West Vancouver, B.C.. V7V 3N9, upon payment ot twenty-live dollars  ($25.00) which sum will be refunded on return ol the  documents in good condition within thirty (30) days of receipt of  tenders.  The lowest or any lender will not necessarily be accepted, and  the award of contract will be subject to funds being legally  available.  Mr. L.D. Jardine  Secretary  Sunshine Coasl Regional District  5477 Wharf Road  Sechell. B.C.  VON 3A0  V  Psadsr Harbeui fewer t U. short course, Madeira Park Legion Hall. Nov. 18.  1 30-4:30 Pre-register 883-2745 or 883-9525  The Hopkins Branch el St. Mary's Hospital auxiliary meeting Thurs., Nov 15 at  1:30 pm al the Ark at Camp Sunrise. New members most welcome.  Hopkins Branch et St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Christmas Bake Sale Nov. 16 at  9:30 am Sunnycrest Mall. "Let us do your baking."  Sechelt Branch ot SI. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary annual geneial meeling Nov. 19  al 11:30 am Sechelt Legion Hall, Lunch at 12, reports, new executive. Regular  monthly meeting Thurs. Nov. 8 at 1:30 pm at St. Hilda's. We welcome all  members and guests  Powell River S.C. Liberal Riding Assn. general meeling Nov. 18 at 1 pm Jolly  Roger Inn. New members welcome. For Inlo 885-9491.  AN Candidates Forum lor Sechelt School Trustees. Thurs Nov. 15 at 7:30 pm  Sechelt Elemenlary School sponsoied by Ihe S.C. Teachers' Assoc. Child care  provided  Sunshine Cssst Peace Committee meeting Mon. Nov 19 at 7:30 pm at Roberts  Creek School Library Everyone welcome.  Hemocliiomatssls Society baking and cratt sale Nov. 23. at Sunnycrest Mall.  Tetrahednm Ski Club lirst club meeling will be held at Roberts Creek School.  Communily Use Room. Nov 13 al 7:30 pm.  Artisans Exhibition 8 Sale Nov. 17 at Sunnyciest Mall. Special Christmas gills.  Sponsored by Gibsons Landing Heritage Society.  Canadian Cancer Society Sunshine Coast unit monthly meeling. Monday. Nov.  19.1 pm. al the Regional Board Office. Royal Teiraces, Sechelt. Public welcomed Conlad Anne Cargyle. 885-9451.  Sunshine Cost! Women's Aglow Fellowship are planning to have a Christmas  Banquet on Thurs. Dec. 6. at 7 pm in Pronto's II on Whart Street in Sechelt.  Tickets available until Nov. 20. Please Call 886-9576. 886-8594 or 886-4748.  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Annual General Meeting at 11:30 am. November  19. al The Legion Hall. Sechelt  PAINTINGS  Primitive and Abstract Art  by Helen Granberry  For Sale  NOV. 17. SUNNYCREST MALL  Proceeds lo Camp Squamish lor  Handicapped Children.  Coee.i.i, ol OlDim Liana Club  "AdWrtKErS  T1DII&  ),\,NUM*'10  i*euMi��*  Opportunities are open to  advertise your business in the  1991  TIDE TABLES  IhiiusiwU oi Ihis |xi|iul.ir, h.wtly [xxki-t  (juidp v\ ill Ir- dhtritnikil .ill inw the Sun-  shitlf Cthlil Ix'Kinninn in l.inu.try. A* >in  ,ni\rrtiscf. you'll .receive your own  topii". io distribute from your place of  IlllMllfSS.  Don't miss this chance to publicize your business  BOOK YOUR SPACE NOW!  Call Ruth or Denise at the COAST NEWS    885-3930  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads eppear In the more than 90 Newspapers of the B.C. and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach more than 1,400,000 homes and a potential two million readers  $195. lor 25 words ($3.70 per each additional word) Call the C<Mft NlWI It 885*3930  BOATS  1990 FloridsAliboat. 17x8' Fi-  bwglaashull. 500 cubic-engine.  ���Sealing capacity, 8 a driver. Paid  116,400. Op��n to alters. Fishing.  hunting, proepedlng. Great lun!  1(a04)291-,2894,   .MMMESS OPPORTUNITIES  START YOUR OWN IMPORT/  EXPORT business, even spare  lime. No money or experience.  Since 1846. Fiee brochure:  Wads World Trade, do Cdn.  Sman Buslrwss liwt.. Depl. Wt,  t140Beeemy Rd.N, tt, Toronto,  Ontsrlo,M1H1H4.  Portable, accu  Ms, efficient, user Wendy and  prdlede. Beat recession, cut  your lumber. Complete package  available, C.S.I. Langley, B.C.  New and Ueed. 533-0121.  TNE TOWN OF HINTON Is  searching tora Foremen to over-  asa the dally operations ol our  Wstsr DWdbutlon Sewage and  Storm Cdtertton Systems. Can-  ���Male mM have a minimum  sduessdoi el grade 12 and should  pssuss a Class II Abode Waler  and Waste Water DWdbutlon  CeMlloole. For lurther Womu-  Honpleeseoonlect: The Town d  HWon PubUc Works Department  d (403)968*634.  LEARNI EARN! SAVEI Income  TaxPnparasonCouraes. Fiee    No donation, us R  TuSerakxt, 208-1345 Pembina  Highway, Wkvvpeg, MB. TOT  288,14M4M--4144. Exclusive  mwMsstenlislsssvslsljIs.  .BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Learn to be a Professional Auctioneer. Register now lor Ctecem-  bercouiao. International School  of Auctioneering. (403)341-3600,  (403)342-2414. f 7,7667 Stall  Ave., Red Deer. Aha., T4P 1M6.  SI.OOO/MONTH PART-TIME.  Become a local dlstrbutor d our  products. 20 year old environmental company expanding Inlo  area. Free informalion package  eS82-897t.  FOB SALE MISC  Join thousands d satisfied customers. 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Contingency toss aval-  Ms. Injured In B.C. only.  TRAVEL  AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND.  Cal Ihs South Parilc^inlesM,  ANZA Tmvd. Vencouver/Auck-  land, return Iresm *979to|1,404.  VsrvxMJvet/Swkisy rskan Irom  $1i48to$1,?17. Vancouver .a*  734-7725. TdWroe: 1004)72-  WS  An aftoftWng ^M Buy"1  ) 30.  Coast News, November 12,1990  Herbicide rationale  Guess Where  There were no cotrecl entiles for list wrek's Guess Where picture,  so it will run again in ��� future issue of the Coast News, with the  prize jumping to $10.  Continued firm watat 17  ing the controversial hwbiride  Vision in fare of widespread  public concern and incomplete,  if not erroneous, tests for safety, Lasuta and Blattler both  firmly insisted that "Vision is  perfectly safe."  "Manual brushing doesn't  work for the small brush like  salmonberry," said Lasuta,  "and Vision is very effective:"  "It is the most effective tool  we have," added Blattler.  To back up their claims for  the safety of Vision, Lasuta and  Blattler provided some written  information that was intended  to allay fears about the herbicide. But unsubstantiated and  vague statements not backed up  by specific information on the  origin of the tests mentioned did  little to clarify the issue in this  reporter's mind.  It could well be that at present this is the bottom line in the  herbicide controversy, lt would  seem that there is simply not  enough information available���to either clear or condemn Vision completely.  In the meantime, all over the  Cardinall versus Hopkins in Gibsons  One vacancy on School Board  Shawn Cardinall has lived in  Gibsons for 15 years with her  husband and two children. She  has been a trustee for three  years and during that time has  been ch^rman of several committees, including Policy,  Education and Students at Risk.  Barbara Hopkins has lived on  the Coast for 19 years and for  the past 17 years has worked at  the Gibsons Animal Clinic.  For 24 years she has given  horse riding lessons to young  people, and as an instructor and  Youth Advisory Coordinator  with the BC Quarter Horse  Association, trained many  riders for international competitions.   "1   was   completely  She has also served on BC  School Trustees Association  committees, and was (he  BCSTA representative to the  Ministry of Education group  that developed the new Primary  Program.  Cardinall   told   the   Coast  responsible for all the young  competitors at the shows," she  said. "It was an opportunity to  acquire both management and  communication skills.  "We have to maintain a  balance between the interests of  both taxpayers and students,"  she added. "Education is the  key to the future. 1 see the Year  2000 as a much needed and  positive change in the school  system."  News that she "supports the  Sullivan Royal Commission and  the Year 2000 document." She  advocates long term planning;  grassroots input and cooperative relationships with  parents, students, teachers, administration and other staff.  "The District must be accountable to taxpayers," she  said. "My commitment is to  support our schools to ensure  that children will be well  prepared for life���informed,  thoughtful, responsible and  resour��ful."  a CHRISTMAS POTTERY  SALE  at Forst Pottery  with Pat Forst & Gale Woodhouse  DOOR PRIZE - Friday Night  Fri., Nov. 30: 7pm-10pm I  ^  1:    10am-6pm ���  10am-6pm  Sat., Dec.  Sun., Dec. 2:  province, silviculturists like  Lasuta and Blattler still have to  deal with the problem of the  almost jungle-like growth that  threatens to choke out the merchantable conifer species.  "We plan to try some other  methods," said Lasuta. "Sheep  grazing works well in some  areas, though it's not very effective on steep slopes. Girdling  works for alders of the right  size, but can't be used for the  smaller brush.  "Of all the methods, the herbicides are the most effective  and the cheapest."  So the problem is far from  being solved. On the Sunshine  Coast the public has made a  very firm statement against the  use of Vision. There are obviously too many unanswered  questions, and the spectres of  thalidomide and DDT and daily  news stories about escalating  pollution would suggest that extreme caution is in order.  But the public also needs to  be aware that it is critical to  solve the silviculture problem���the other side of the  stoiy.  X BLAND.  Mary  BOB ALLEN 885-9689  TERRY CHAMPION 885-3984  ����  Seabird  Projects Ltd.  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