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 IH,ISIA1.\K LIBRARY  Pariiamenl Buildings -    <*-  Victoria.. B.C V8V 1X4    t-  C OAST v NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  11*  19 4 5  November 2,1992 Volume 46 Issue 44  Logging injunction bound for supreme court  by Jane Seyd  A fight between governments on the  Sunshine Coast over logging versus  waler quality is heading to the B.C.  Supreme Court.  Sunshine Coast regional directors  are seeking an injunction against the  Ministry of Forests issuing further cut-  ling permits in the Chapman/Cray creek  watershed, until a proper management  plan is completed.  On Wednesday, directors Jim Gurney and Jeremy Frith discussed the  court action with SCRD lawyer Chris  Murdy in Vancouver.  The m^ive came after a five-man  falling crew under sub-contract from  International Forest Products began log-  Regional district seeks control of Chapman watershed  ging on a 15-heclare block in the contentious area this week.  It's the latest in a series of fights  between Ihe local regional district and  the Ministry of Forests over logging in  the community watershed, which supplies water to aboul 20.000 residents.  As overseers of domestic waler supply, regional directors say Ihey should  be consulted before logging is approved  in Ihe Sunshire Coast's only major  watershed.  Directors say they're worried about  possible erosion and sedimentation  from logging affecting quality in the  Chapman/Gray creek waler supply.  And they say they'd like a substantial  portion of Ihe higher elevation forest set  aside as ecologically sensitive.  For over Iwo years, government  agencies including the Sunshine Coast  Regional District have ken meeting to  hammer out a plan for watershed management.  But meanwhile, approval of logging  has continued.  Director Jeremy Frith calls that a  "father knows kst" altitude local government won'l tolerate any longer "We  said Ihis is bullshit what's happening  is unacceptable."  Ferd llamre. operations manager lor  the Ministry of Forests on the Sunshine  Coast, said he mel wilh regional directors aboul the situation but "we didn't  reach any agreement."  Ilamrc said roadbuilding into the  watershed has already been done, and  the logging isn't happening in a geolog  ically sensitive area: "My people lell  me it's not a problem "  In part, lhe injunction is being  sought on the basis of recummcndaliuns  made almost 20 years ago in ;i report  which urged joint management ol the  watershed and restricted logging in the  Chapman C reek .ire.i  Bul "this is a 20 year old report  Ihings change." said ll.unte   "It's quite  common not lo tune evety lecnmuicn-  dation followed."  About Ihe SCRD court action,  llamre commented. "It's really oul of  our hands. We're not in a position lo  say no lo a block that's already been  approved."  turn to page 2  Wells  injured  in hit  and run  by Darah Hansen  Mountain bike champion  Cymbol Wells was taken to a  Vancouver hospital Thursday  evening after falling victim to a  hit and run driver.  The 21-year-old cyclist from  Gibsons was struck while riding  his bike near the Sunshine  Coast Golf Course around 6  pm, crushing his leg just above  the ankle.  Wells has already undergone  surgery at Vancouver's Lions  Gate hospital in order to repair  the damaged leg.  And, according to Gordon  Clayton, a sponsor of Wells'  racing team, there is some  chance Wells may lose his leg  due to problems with circulation.  "They're watching him  around the clock right now to  make sure they don't have to  operate again," said Clayton.  Clayton said though police  are calling this a "hit and run"  there is evidence that the driver  was intoxicated. But police at  this time have not laid any  charges.  Wells, who returned last  month from a second place finish at the World Mountain Bike  Championships in Quebec, was  gearing up to head south to  Mexico in January to continue  his training.  He had planned to compete  on the professional circuit next  year.  "It's just a shame when people are irresponsible like this,"  said Clayton.  "He basically may have  ended Cymbol's career. It's  tragic that someone with half a  life at best could go out there  and destroy someone who is  trying to make the most of his."  Youthful exuberance and a bit of luck led to the landing of this  monster. The children were participants in a two day lishing  and reading derby put on by Madeira Park Elementary to  encourage kids to read about the sea. Keith Thirkell photo  Sechelt  man  goes  missing  An intensive, week-long  search by Coast RCMP has  failed to discover the whereabouts of a 26-year-old Sechelt  man who disappeared lasl Saturday (Ocl. 24).  Tyler Craig Herrgoll of  Browning Road had lefl his  father's residence saying he  was going to have suppei in  Gibsons.  "There was no indication  who he may have been meeting  or where in Gibsons he may  have been going for supper."  police said in a release.  Herrgoll s father contacted  police Tuesday to say his son  had not returned and that the  behaviour was oul of character.  turn to page 3  Gibsons refining draft OCP before public release  by Charles Hart  It's big, it's technical and it won't be  public for at least another month.  Gibsons revised draft official community plan is now on its third rewrite since  being handed over to consultants in the  spring. Council members, municipal  staff and representatives from consultants  Urban Systems Ltd., met Wednesday to  pore over the draft again, fine-tuning the  language of policy statements and refining the 70-page document to reflect comments gleaned from the community when  the first draft was presented at a public  meeting in January.  Cllr. Ted Hume said the revision is a  slow process. "I don't think it'll go to  public meetings before the end of the  year. There's a lol of legal work lo do."  he said. "... We want to make sure it's  done right this lime."  Hume said policy definitions need a  lol of work. "We haven't really gol into  Ihe working harbour bit yet."  According to administrator Dan Legg,  that is only one of numerous policy definitions to be wrestled with before the  draft will be made public, likely in the  second week in December.       The OCP is broken down into  about eight sections, each  with policies that need further  clarification so that "the  wording is clear, meaningful  and really reflects what the  town wants," Legg said.  The marine section of the  plan contains policies on the  seawalk, foreshore development and the  much-debaled working harbour, while  sections on residential and commercial  development each contain a host of policy statements. "Each one of those has  already been looked at a number of  times," the administrator said.  Future use of Holland Park, zoned  We want to  make sure it's  done right  this time'  ���Cllr Ted Hume  public institutional land, was also widely  debated at first draft stage and one of the  pressing issues hinging on Ihe revised  OCP proposals is a future location for a  needed expansion of Gibsons library.           Current users of Holland  Park - the museum, school  board, health unit, library and  municipality - met Thursday  at town hall to outline their  individual vision for the land  and listen to each other's  views. Hume said the library  board is looking for guidance  so it can proceed with planning and not waste time on Holland Park  if the location is not politically acceptable.  While there is support for the existing  library where il is, Hume indicated that  an expanded library may be better localed  in upper Gibsons where the major popu-  lalion growth is expected. "The main  consensus (about Holland Park) is that  we'd all like lo see a big, green open  space there... In the future, it's going to  be valuable green space."  Legg's comments reflected public  pressure to preserve the green space in  lower Gibsons even though Holland park  is not technically a park. "The community appreciates the way it's been used so  far," he said.  The OCP will undergo a public review  process after ils release in December;  copies of the whole document and an  abbreviated summary will be available  once the refinements are compiele. In  addition, a series of open houses is  planned, giving residents an opportunity  to sil down with councillors and staff and  have the document explained before  another public information meeting is  held, likely sometime in January.  The OCP will require a formal public  hearing before final adoption,  Gary Graham, the new president of Howe Sound Pulp and  Paper. Graham officially takes over the position today but  retiring president Bill Hughes will remain until, as he put it:  "Things are running smoothly." Joel Johnstone photo  Coast elected officials search for unity and  compromise in marathon meeting Thursday  An impressive collection of  consensus-seeking Coast elected  officials gathered Thursday at  the regional district offices in  Sechelt to partake in discussions  which could ultimately lead to a  single government for the  region.  Coming to grips with a mission statement' was the main  topic of debate for the group.  The mission statement  describes the objective of the  search for unification as being  "to recommend to the people of  the Sunshine Coast the best  form of overall government..."  The mission statement says  the Sechelt Indian government  "will remain a separate entity"  and the SCRD will "continue to  exist to meet legislative requirements and provide government  for any rural areas not part of  the new government."  Any agreements which come  out of the unity meetings are  subject lo public discussion and  approval.  In addition to defining the  mission statement,  the government representatives debated  the principles which  will guide future  unity discussions  They agreed to  operate only by  consensus and to  ensure the contin-  ued development of  individual community identities.  In addition, they vowed to  hold regular public meetings for  input and to streamline, where  possible, the various government functions, which was a big  point with Sechelt mayor Nancy  MacLarty.  "We've got to eliminate the  duplication of services," she  said.  'There was a  fair amount of  concensus to  proceed'  -Mayor Eric Small  Among the other principles  discussed was the need to identify the best form of single government and the overall financial viability of the  undertaking  All three government heads, MacLarty, mayor Eric Smaill  of   Gibsons,   and  regional     district  chairwoman Peggy  Connor,   said   the  meeting was more  constructive than not.  Small acknowledged: "There  was a fair amount of consensus  to proceed," but cautioned, "The  discussions are in the very eairly  stages."  MacLarty agreed, saying she  thought the process would eventually lead to a unified government, but not in the near future.  "It could take as long as five  years," she said.  Connor said there was more  bantering than she would have  liked but was still optimistic,  things would smooth out.  The group has yet to schedule a further meeiing.  ���������MMM  ���Of  MHta  ���a. Coast News, November 2, 1992  ���a  &  0 0 ���** A<  Check out our low prices  on vitamins for tbe   Q��>  cold and flu season q  K^GST INCLUDED IN ALL OUR PRICES  t&  neivs  VARIETY  Dt'li A.  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Financial constraints have  forced the FWA lo withdraw  from the deal, which expires  Dec. 31.  Plans for the firsl phase of  the Rockwood Two project to  establish a Centre of Excellence  for Ihe Aits call for a multi-use  building and a 200-car parking  lol on 2.5 acres of the property.  A $500,000 grant now under  consideration through Ihe federally sponsored Community  Futures Association would  Plans for a Rockwood expansion towards making the Coast a 'Centre of Excellence fur the Arts'  were unveiled last spring File photo  cover aboul half the construction costs.  Little outlined the Ihree alternatives Ihe society is considering to raise the additional  money.  Of the three, which include  private funding from an investor  or a joint venture wilh a developer, Little said the society  favours an alternative which  would see either the municipality of Sechelt or the regional dis  tricl purchasing the property,  retaining ownership and entering into an agreement with the  Rockwood Lodge Society to  allow the construction and  administration of the facility.  Little told directors thai preliminary lalks with Sechelt's  mayor, Nancy MacLarty, have  disclosed that the municipality  is not presently in a position to  undertake such a project and she  urged directors lo give serious  consideration to Ihe proposal.  "The SCRD has already successfully entered into a similar  agreement wilh Ihe purchase of  Hillside for use as an industrial  park," Little pointed out. "The  Rockwood sile would provide  an artistic balance."  The initial reaction of directors to the project was favourable and the matter was  referred to the finance committee for further consideration.  New district forest manager selected  TRAIL BAY MALL, SECHELT  by Darah Hansen  The waiting is over.  The Ministry of Forests has announced ils  decision.  Greg Hemphill has been chosen as district  forest manager for the Sunshine Coast/Powell River area. Hemphill will replace Russ  Hughes who acted as district manager for a  six-month period after the resignation of former manager Barry Mountain.  With 20 years experience in lhe forestry  business, which included a position as protection officer in Sechelt in the mid 1980s,  Hemphill said that he is happy to be moving  back out to the Coast.  Environment given  'highest forestry priority'  Speaking from his office in Chilliwack  where he is presently operations manager,  Hemphill said, "If you practise good basic  forest management, a lot of the other issues  will take care of themselves. Not the least of  which arc the land use issues."  It is important, said Hemphill, that the  Ministry know not only how to responsibly  use the land, bul also where to use it.  But Hemphill declined comment on areas  of contention such as the Tetrahedron and  Caren Range, saying he was not yet familiar  with Iheir specifics.  He added as a general remark: "The environment has got to be the highest priority for  the Ministry," in respect lo wildlife, fish and  water quality. Hemphill said it is his job to  restore faith in the forestry department and  show the public they can do a good job.  Hemphill is expected to formerly lake  over his new position in January, 1993. Mike  Lister will remain as interim manager unlil  that date.  w^jMmmmmMum^jMB^^jM^ Water quality injunction the first  ���  PUBLIC MEETING  How would you like to see the  Sunshine Coast develop?  Professor Walter Hardwick,  internationally acclaimed planner  speaks Thursday, November 5th  at 8:00 p.m. at the Seniors Hall  on Mermaid St. with innovative ideas on  land use & transportation planning.  Come and discuss how these ideas can  be applied to the Sunshine Coast.  - Placement of future highway.  - Preservation of Agricultural hand  and other natural assets  - Location of walking/biking paths  - Areas for future development  From page I  But Frith disagreed. "Forestry are the ones who actually  call the shots in these things.  Forestry could tell Inlerfor to  stop at any lime.  While the Greater Vancouver  Regional District allows logging  in its watersheds, that doesn't  include harvesting in the high  Please Come  Your presence is essential!  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Chris Murdy, lawyer for Ihe  Sunshine Coast Regional District, said he is hopeful a court  decision will be made on the  injunction within the next two  weeks.  Murday said pasl injunctions  against logging have involved  native land claims, but this is  the first he's heard of involving  a local governmenl's concerns  wilh waler quality.  The injunction is trying to  stop the ministry from using  fertilizer in Ihe watershed in Ihe  near future.  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This past week nine students  from in and around Montreal  have been staying with families  in Pender Harbour, taking in the  West Coast experience, many  for the first time, and, though  they weren't able lo vote in the  recent referendum, the majority  of them expressed that their  Canada did indeed include  British Columbia  "Everyone wants to come out  West," said exchange student  Danny Dumont to the agreement  of several of the other students.  Dumont and his sister  Samantha, also participating on  the trip, are two of the four students in the group who are bilingual. Three of the students are  anglophone and two came without any real knowledge of  English - for them the trip has  been difficult.  "It's hard," said Francois  Slight, his words translated from  French, but said he came  because he wanted to see his  country. Prior to this trip, he'd  never been away from Quebec.  The efforts lo speak French  from the Pender Harbour students has eased the transition a  lot, but he said, he wished Canada was more bilingual.  Danny Pelliocciotti voiced  the opposite concern. An anglophone who from a Montreal  suburb, he said he doesn't speak  French and was glad to be  somewhere where he understood  all that was being said to him.  Samantha Dumont couldn't  agree: "I can't understand why  someone wouldn't want lo learn  another language."  She said that although she  and her brother grew up in an  English speaking family, her  parents enrolled them in a  French school.  "It's the besl move my parents ever made," said Samantha.  "As a person, it's fulfilling. I  feel ackward now to speak only  one language."  With the trip lasting only one  week, the nine students returned  November 1 but not without  their Pender Harbour "twins".  Nine students with whom the  Montreal class have been staying while on the Coast flew  back with them to experience  the Voyageur exchange from the  other side of the country.  And before they left they  expressed much excitement for  the trip.  "I think it's great to meet  new people," said Christine  Fenn of Pender Harbour. She  said she was anxious to see the  province she'd heard so much  about.  "I think it's important," said  Samantha of the exchange program. "It shows that we're all  just the same. We're all just  people."  "Just teenagers," added Fenn.  Missing man sought  from page I  Police found Herrgott's car, a grey Nissan Sentra bearing Ontario  plates, parked at at Gospel Rock: it was seen there as early as 11:30 pm  Sunday but police are still frying to establish when it was parked there.  Sechelt Cst. Fred Bott said a police dog and provincial emergency  response team have combed the area, followed by a land and sea search.  "We have come up with nothing," Bott said.  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J Coast News, November 2, 1992  opinion  Some creative  solutions, please  It's good to see Sechelt teens coming forward to  defend themselves from the criticism and fear recently  emanating from city hall about youth congregating on the  streets, and allegedly, intimidating other residents and  shoppers.  Groups of teens hanging out on downlown streets is  not unique to Sechelt - similar scenes are the norm in just  about every town.  The RCMP floated the idea of a curfew earlier this  year in response to a spate of break-ins and vandalism,  now council is discussing the idea of a loitering ban as a  way of curbing what it sees as the public excesses of  youth.  What next?  Hardly surprising that teens are getting worked up:  such draconian proposals lack imagination and smack of  paranoia.  With a bit of co-operation from service clubs, church  groups and community organizations, it is amazing what  has been accomplished by municipalities elsewhere to  channel youthful energies into more constructive pursuits.  Hiring a youth worker, making public property available for activities under supervision, offering leadership  and direction by someone to whom teenagers can relate,  someone who can promote fundraising ideas and bring  some initiative to help youths create positive community  experiences for themselves.  To their credit, volunteers in Gibsons have put determined effort into setting up a new youth centre in Brothers Park, though it remains to be seen how that initiative  will blossom and what participation it will foster. A broad  array of youth programs or a youth centre are not a  panacea, but (hey are light years ahead of anti-loitering  bylaws.  It takes some vision, dedication and, yes, money - but  it is seed money from which the whole community can  benefit, not just the youth themselves. Isn't that what  being a council member is supposed to be about?  Is industry listening?  The World Wildlife Fund for Nature has passed its verdict on forestry in BC and, surprise, its predictions are  nfllcpmforting.  ���Biiiftil of the impending demise of (he West Coast's  temperate rain forests in 15 years if logging continues at  its current rate, and of the crisis that has already been  reached if the province dreams of retaining substantial  areas of old-growth forest as untouched habitat.  Such assessments of BC forest practice reinforce warnings the province has, by and large, chosen not to hear for  the past 50 years. The government has woken up to the  indisputable fact that things cannot go on as they have,  but the lingering feeling remains that the changes beginning to take shape only now will be too little too late.  A wildlife fund forester says the mining of virgin temperate rain forests for pulp and paper must stop. Of  course it must, should have long ago. Will the words of  responsible forest management go forever unheeded?  A MacMillan Bloedel forester was quoted as saying he  disagrees with the Figures presented by the wildlife fund,  while the industry as a whole adopted a cautious attitude,  perhaps in the hope that another damning report will be  Filed away somewhere soon, to gather dust.  It better not.  letters  Show reverence for  native traditions  This past summer, with the  support of various organizations  such as the Vancouver Foundation and Church of Canada, as  well as the warm support of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District and the Sechelt Indian Governmenl, a camp for 20 native  and non-native youths, aged 12  to 17 years, took place at Camp  Byng.  Everyone involved with Ihis  incredible process of educating  our youth spiritually, physically,  emotionally and mentally to  both contemporary and traditional values of native culture  (along with modern theatre techniques taught and workshopped)  ���were moved many times to tears  with an awareness that all people, no matter what race or religion, are one.  When the kids performed  their original adaptation of the  Medicine Wheel at this summer's Raven's Cry Festival, the  audience saw through the eyes  of children the trouble the world  is in.  The Medicine Wheel is lhe  healing process lhat the Four  Directions, those being the way  of the Black man, White, Red,  and Yellow, need to be  addressed. The answer was a  spiritual resolution.  Mr. Jay Straith would have  benefitted from this standing  ovation performance. Mr.  Straith seems only to see the  sinking of the Chaudiere as a  'political football,' or something  that has to do with an environmentally sound naval destroyer,  or something that generates  income. It is not.  For 40,000 years (the oldest  archaeological findings on the  Coast) the Sechelts have graced  this coastline with their presence. For 40,000 years the  waters of the inlet have been  considered sacred and spiritual  to them.  We should rejoice for their  knowledge in knowing that this  water is sacred and spiritual. We  should embrace and accept their  wisdom, no matter what the  monetary inconvenience.  (Mayor Marie Rosko of Sidney  will gladly welcome and make a  home for Mr. Straith's toy boat.)  What kind of example are  you to our young people, Mr..  Straith? To your children? Do  you share something sacred or  special? Surely you must, you  are a child of the creator.  Your verbal disregard of Ihe  Sechelt peoples makes me sad.  One wonders if this is really  1992.  The Chaudiere issue is not a  political issue. Honour the  elders on the reserve. This is a  spiritual issue, one that should  not be questioned but rather  respected, and respect is a privilege we all need to cultivate,  whatever our outcomes.  A. FRAZIER-HENRY  Gibsons  Poisoning wildlife  morally wrong  I was saddened and dismayed  by a recent news report lhat Ihe  provincial wildlife branch has  applied for a permit to poison  wolves and coyotes in support  of ranchers in the Kamloops  area,.         i  It is hard to believe that any  responsible government agency  would undertake such inhumane  activities at a time when environmental concerns are  paramount.  Particularly a government  which professes to support the  /offers welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mall  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  principle of sustainable development and environmental sensitivity.  The agent proposed is called  1080, a non-specific poison  which attracts other creatures  than the target animals, including birds.  Aside from this, I feel that it  is morally wrong to poison  wildlife to protect what has  become a marginal industry  which utilizes public range  lands in an uneconomic and  often detrimental way.  A few years ago Ihis same  government department, itself a  branch of the ministry of the  environment, wanled to gun  down wolves from helicopters  in northern BC. They were  deterred by the ensuing public  outcry and the projecl wits abandoned.  Now they're al it again. It Is  ironic that staff biologists, the  people we thought were hired to  protect our wildlife, seem more  intent upon its destruction.  I know that this is not an  issue of immediate local concern, but I hope that it will cause  outrage amongst the readers of  this newspaper as it has in my  family.  Please join me in registering  your protest by whatever means  you feel will be effective. Call  for a public hearing, write to the  newspapers, call your MLA.  And if all else fails, perhaps  as a last resorl, a boycott of  meat products originating in this  area.  J.M.SIDDAIX  Gibsons  So, now we're going to deal with the economy, eh?  On the night of the referendum returns the  CBC had a complex set of 'town hall' type of  forums to back up the analysis by the professional  experts. It was all part of the back-to-the-people  flavour of the vole itself.  I was much struck by the contribution of one  young lady who got to speak late in the evening  when the results were well and truly in.  "We have all heard the politicians tonight say  that it was time to get on with other important  things, notably the economy. What I would like to  know is what can they do about the economy, or  what is it they think they can do?  "We are told the economy is languishing  because our politicians have been too preoccupied  with the constitution. But they don't have a constitutional crisis in the United States and their economy is in trouble; in Great Britain they don't even  have a constitution to worry about but their economy is a disaster, too.  "Even if we put the constitution on the back  burner, as everyone is suggesting tonight, what  reason do we have to believe that the politicians  have any idea what to do about our economy?"  It seemed to me at the time and it seems to me  some days later to be an essential question. After  all, Brian Mulroney got elected two elections ago  promising: 'Jobs, jobs, jobs.' Now, in 1992, all of  musings  John burnside  our politicians are going to do wonders with our  dormant economy on the heels of the constitution  debacle. How are we to believe them?  Meantime the Americans are fighting a presidential election, largely on the topic of the economy. I have been watching the candidates closely,  since their preoccupation with an ailing economy  and the los of jobs is the same preoccupation that  confronts our politicians.  How are the Americans fighting the election  and what is the result likely to be?  As this is written, the race is virtually a dead  heat betweer Republican incumbent George Busb  and Democratic challenger Bill Clinton. The on-  again, off-again campaign of maverick Ross Perot  is on again and running hard in tbe last days before  decision, but at this point it seems unlikely that he,  with all his millions, can be much more in this  campaign than a spoiler.  This is not an easy campaign for President  Bush to win. The economic chickens have come  home to roost for the Reaganomics that he himself  once decried as voodoo economics, but which he  now champions valiantly.  There is a doctrinaire quality to the President's  campaign. In effect, he promises more of the same,  great faith in the market forces, great decrying of  government and the role it can play, marked hostility to tbe legislative branch of government. Bush is  Ronald Reagan's loyal lieutenant still.  Given his record, he should be an easy target  for the challenger and Clinton has been trying to  drive home to the American people that  Reaganomics has been disastrous.  The tax breaks to the rich have not resulted in  an upswelling of investment in America; just again  this week the country set a new record for deficit  accumulation in a single year, consolidating its  position as the world's largest debtor nation - a distinction it first earned in 1985 after the first four  years of Reagan's tax cuts or 'supply-side economies'.  It should be easy for Clinton, but it is not. No  one can fault the Governor of Arkansas for lack of  determination; no one can fault him for lack of  clarity in his presentation. He hammers away at the  same themes repeatedly and has even produced a  written plan for economic renewal.  But Bush won't battle on the question of the  economy. Having no great argument to make to  defend the record of the three administrations on  which he has served, he has shifted the ground of  the argument to attacks on the character of his  opponent. It worked for him in 1988 when he discredited Michael Dukkakis, and it has a good  chance of getting him elected to the top job again.  Bush wraps himself in the flag and patriotic  cliches and claims to have a monopoly in the areas  of trust and character.  None of the candidates likely to seek leadership  in Canada seem to have any clear economic  answers. If a candidate emerges, the American  experience tells us the electorate will be bombarded with distracting, damaging and well financed  attacks designed to obscure the issues.  Last week we proved conclusively we can vote  in the negative. Soon now, if we are lucky, we will  be asked to prove we can wisely vote for a constructive program.  It seems unlikely that such economic leadership  will emerge; even more unlikely that we would  recognize it if it did.  COAST^NEWS  Sutncripthn Jbfet:   1 year ��� $35 + $2.45 CST - $37.45  6 months ��� $20 + $1.40 CST - $21.40  1 year ��� $40 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4702  The Sunshine Co.ut News It locaHy owned  and published on the Sunshine Coast, 6.C  every Monday by CUmhrd Pms Ltd.  CibtomOtfkx  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C., VON IVO  (604) 806-2622, Fax (604) 006*7725  S-tchttt OfUzt  Box 60, Sechatt, B.C., VON 3 AO  (604) 085-3930, Editorial (604) 005-3900,  Fax (604) 005-3954  Pat Tripp   .. Jew Broccoli, Dtniae Sherman  RepfmmfilMtivtis * Bill Rogers, Simone Cartysle-Srntth  OtUce hiermger ��� AnneThomaen  Oflfce Staff  GAeont ��� Sue Connor  Ruth Forrester, Janice Edmonds  Editor*  Reporters*  Stuart Burnside  .Jane .Seyd, Darah Hansen  Prtotognphtr ��� Joel Johnstone  Cathy Mack. Brian McAndrsw,  Fran Burnside, Beverly Shipley,  Andy Jukes  AWAMD-WINNINC  The Sunshine Coast News is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any means is  prohibited unless permission in writing is first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright  __L Coast News, November 2, 1992  opinion  Following friendship to tbe letter  Letters are, nexl to diaries  perhaps, the most private kind  of writing. People who would  read other people's mail are  regarded quite properly as super  snoops. One time I had to do  Ihis, along with three other people, on a small close knit vessel  during the war for security reasons, and I'm sure we all felt  somehow dirtied by this process.  It was not possible, for example, for us all not to know that  the gunlayer was writing to  three different ladies as his wife.  We never mentioned it among  ourselves, but it was impossible  also for the gunlayer, cheek by  jowl if ever on Ihis small submarine, not to know that we  were reading his mail. Everyone  realized lhat this was a totally  insupportable situation, but  manners mainly kept it all  rolling along.  A different aspect of personal  letters is, of course, lo be found  in every library: shelves and  shelves of published letters.  It could be, il in fact is in  some cases, that some of these  letters have been written with  publication in view. Notables  writing to other notables will be  filing the correspondence carefully away al both ends, and it is  easy to get the impression that  while they are writing to Dear  Virginia they arc writing also  for posterity. Laurence Durrell  and Henry Miller for example.  And (hen there are the genuinely personal letters, discovered years, maybe decades,  maybe centuries later, tied with  a ribbon in the back of a drawer.  Much of the best of what we  have of the early days of Europeans in Canada has come this  way in personal letters, written  with no slightest thought of pub  lication by people who are not  'writers', but who sometimes  express themselves with a simplicity and directness which  some writers have sought to  reproduce without much real  success.  It is an area in any country's  literature which should be humbling for the 'professionals'.  Whether it is taught, or how, in  creative writing courses I have  no idea.  There was a play, visible a  couple of weeks back on PBS,  in which almost all the spoken  words were taken directly from  letters written back and forth  between the three principals.  These are real, known people  and the letters are genuine and  can be read. What is surprising  is that a play as effective as this  one is, could be staged without  embellishment of the situation  of three people standing about  and simply reciting the letters  they have written to each other.  Granted, one of these three is  George Bernard Shaw and so  some real wit is io be counted  upon. The other two, however,  are people practically no one is  going lo know anything about.  One is curator of an art  museum at Cambridge University, a job that doesn't put you  much in the public eye; the  other is a cloistered nun.  I don't know about you but  this wouldn't strike me immediately as much of a basis for a  play, but it certainly does work  and in an almost miraculous  way. It had been the curator,  played here by John Gielgud,  who had first become aware of  the nun's special talents and  who introduced her to his old  friend G.B.S., already then  widely known as an atheist.  They seem to have taken to  letters  in a nutshell  v       Restaurant  at Bonniebrook Lodge  is open year round  ��� Good Service  ��� Great Food  ��� Cozy Atmosphere  lk?an view dining  from S :10 pm  b (Jay* a week  Clowd Wednesdays  French cuisine wilh a  West Coast flair  (all Karen tur help  planning your memorable  Christmas party.  s c.ill ��� HH(.-2IH1I  each other, the nun and Shaw,  almost immediately. When in  Cambridge he would visit her  and they would have long conversations through a barred window which led from the cloister  onto a little garden, where Shaw  in his tweed knickerbockers  would be leaning on his stick.  Most of the play, though, comes  in the letters and you might  think that these would give even  less scope for movement on a  stage.  In the letter sequences the  Iwo people, letter writer and letter receiver, are visible on stage,  but they rarely look directly ;u  each other, and this is difficult  to bring off. The play, the one  we saw on television, was perfectly cast. Wendy Miller played  the nun, and Patrick McGoohan,  the old Danger Man, was a surprisingly good Shaw; but still  there could be little done and  happily there was little artificially tried, to aller the naturally  static elements of this play.  The actors all rose lo this  unusual challenge, but it was  simply the letters themselves  which give the play ils truly  successful vigour and bile. The  nun has a sense of humour and a  tongue in her head, but it is her  serene and unshakeable faith  and her truly beautiful character  lhat come through in everything  she writes.  These are not letters written  for publication but letters writ*  Food bank efforts  hampered  The demand for Ihe Gibsons  Food Bank has never been  greater. But due to circumstances beyond our control,  there has been a considerable  decrease in business at the Nifty  Thrifty Shop which supports the  Food Bank.  The building in which the  thrift shop is housed will be  undergoing some renovations  which will force the closure of  the shop for an unknown number of days, resulting in a further loss of income and causing  concern for the upcoming winter season, when demand for the  food bank is usually heavier.  We would like to take this  opportunity to publicly thank all  those who so generously support us: St Bart's Church, St  Mary's Church, Gibsons United  Church, the Coast News, IDA  Pharmacy, IGA Store, Super-  Valu, Variety Foods, Mary's  Variety, Sunshine Coast Labour  Council, all the private individuals who donate goods, groceries  and cash and, lasl but not least,  all the volunteers who give of  themselves in order to ensure  the success of our Food Bank.  DAPHNE TAPHOUSE  Gibsons Self Help Community  Association  Storytelling festival  supporters thanked  Now that the last balloon has  become a shrivelled mess, the  chairs are restacked and the  north wing is a hall again, I  would like to take this opportunity to say a personal thanks to  the people of the Sunshine  Coast.  From the very first moment  that the idea of a Story Telling  Festival was vocalized, the support lor the event was simply  amazing. The Rockwood Centre  board of directors were  unwaivering in Iheir endorsement of the project, staff members Kay Bailey and Sandy  McBride were invaluable in getting the project off the ground,  and the community was outstanding in its continued  encouragement and enthusiasm.  The festival was more successful than I could ever have imagined, and it was due to the  financial, moral and energetic  support of the community.  Everybody involved deserves  a humungous pat on the back,  from the corporate sponsors  through to the volunteers and  the audience members, lhanks  to all, especially Ihe staff - Mary  Lou, Pat and Jeanne. See you all  nexl year al Ihe Second Annual  Story Telling Festival.  BRONWEN SUTHERLAND  Producer  HOLIDAY & CRUISE WEAR  has arrived  ? O**       Ladies  Ladies jeans sizes 29 - 4o  All MFYS&  LADIES I LI EC F  20% THIS HI (M  Open as usual during filming of Needful Things  ^Landing Clothing Co  ��� OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ���  262 Gower Point Road, Gibsons Landing  886-2116  stuart nutter  ten over a number of years  between three unlikely bul good  and loving friends, ihey can  leave you wondering how much  Idler writing is going on today  in ihe age of casual long dislance calls. There is, of course,  an immediacy about having  someone on the line and just the  voice often is good to hear; bul I  Ihink there will never be any  substitute for a long carried on  correspondence of letters  between friends.  TREASURES OF THE ORIENT & JAVA SEAS  Mutch 19,1993 -12 iefi - Mm Outside Stttettm -  S3.OT1 CANADIAN S5S ��rt��|aie.wBO|  Includes: Ait from Vancouver; All Taxes/Prepaid  Gratuities/Cocktail Party/Food and Shipboard  Entertainment  'aNmmtfBlMd  ..' J J.t.a.'j;'*' \  anJavailabililYaituT*  .. U\*f.  Col IIMM4 or Tai In* 14K4JM  jCMISEJ  fnouwst  5517 Wharf St. Sechell  Coast News Classifieds  886-2622  885-3930  WE RE CELEBRATING OUR  dHNIVERSf?^  Dec 12th with a *#  tt ANNIVERSARY DRAW  ���k * WIN!! -k ���&  FIRST PRIZE   $200 GIFT CERTIFICATE  SECOND PRIZE   $ 100 GIFT CERTIFICATE  THIRD PRIZE   $50 GIFT CERTIFICATE  Gibsons  family Athletic  Shoestt  Clotlihig Store  20% orr Ail  NIKE CLOTHING  Nov.2 ��� Nov. 7  WRONTRUNNERS  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA   ��10��. 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CALL  US I  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Ruth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  community  Madeira Park elementary  students went fishing last week  as part of an Innovative  program to entourage reading.  Keith Tliirkcll photo  For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  F  Featured Restaurant of the Week  NEW  CHINA KITCHEN  a,  FREE  DELIVERY!  5:00 pm to  (WtMff < km fata**** -  minimum $1S oaltr)  Full Service menu, plus our GOURMET CHINESE  BUFFET with over 16 hot items - no MSG  added  i  BUFFET LUNCH $6.95 BUFFET DINNER $10.95  Sunday-Thursday 11:30 am - 9:00 pm  FridaySalurday 11:30am - 10:00pm  Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy 101 886-3028  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant - Lunch and dinner special every day. 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  11 am - 2:30 pm. Hwy 101, Cib-  sons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am ��� 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  Tht Bolt Houm - Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the  West, East and Culf Coasts as well  as a variety of other specialties,  join us after 5 pm for dinner or for  our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2  pm. Friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some of the reasons you'll  keep coming back. If you have an  important rendezvous or a ferry to  catch, please let us know and we'll  make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-  8188. All major credit cards  accepted.  Calt Pltrrot - Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious. Our whole  wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on  the premises. Outside dining, take  out orders for the beach and cappuccino are available. The Coast's  bistro...as unique as the Coast  itself. Mon-Thurs 9 - 5. Fri k Sat 9 -  9. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square,  Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  Dar Lebanon RMtaurant - Come and  join us for Lebanese cuisine. Lunch  and Dinner features include Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian  dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels, Cappuccino, Espresso and Desserts.  Mon - Thurs 10am - 10pm, Fri k  Sat 10am -11:30pm, Sunday 11am-  10pm. Eat in or take-out. Catering  for parties and weddings. Everything we make is made with love!  Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy 101. at  Pratt Road, Gibsons, 886-3572. Visa  and MasterCard. Licensed.  HiW-A-Way RMtaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haul A-Wav Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. I lur Iriendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm wilh evening  hours 5pm-10pm. Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don'l forget our Friday  nighl 2 for 1 special 5pm-10pm.  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats  plus banquet room.  HMdt Family RMtaurant Now Open  In Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed k alt conditioned. Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am ���  10 pm. Fri k Sat 11 am -11 pm.  886-2993  Tht Omega RMtaurant - With a perfect view of Gibsons Haibour, and  a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's par-  mAett���       Vataa'll     n ��*, *��������     eaiai     Tt weitrtf  adise.  You 11 often see Bruno  *���  Gerussi, star of the Beachcombers,  dining here. The modified menu  includes hamburgers, pizza, pasta,  steaks, chicken, seafood, stirfrys,  ribs, salads and desserts. Banquet  facilities available. Reservations  recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch and dinner Mon. -Fri., 11:00am - 10:00  pm. Sat. 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Sun.  4:00 pm-9:00 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger - Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secret Cove. Lunch and  dinner served seven days a week  from 1100 am. Lunch specials daily.  Dinner menu includes fresh seafood,  chicken, steaks, pasta and pizza with  homemade dough. All pies and  breads are baked fresh daily on Ihe  premises. A children's menu is also  available. Join us for Brunch on Sunday from 1O00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Fully  licensed Visa, Mastercard. Mercer  Road, Secret Cove. Reservations recommended. 885-7184.  Tht Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best.  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  New China Kitchen - GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar k dessert. Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am - 9 pm. Friday  tV Saturday, 11:30 am - 10:00 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm.  For reservations call 886-3028. Free  delivery from 5 pm ��� 8:30 pm within 6 km radius. Minimum $15  order. Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our 'Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egrnont on Maple Road.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Pub  open noon - closing. Kitchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  Sechelt Legion 1140 - One of the besl  bargains on the Coast, every Friday night, are Ihe fabulous barbe-  qued steak dinners served from 6  10 8 pm for only $6.75. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. top sirloin steak  served with your choice of baked  potato (with all the garnishes) or  delicious potato salad. Also included is a green salad with choice of  dressings and garlic bread. Lunch  is served Monday to Friday from  11 am to 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along with a regular  menu that includes chicken strips,  burgers and sandwiches. Thursday  is Fish k Chips, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips  with cole slaw for only $4.55. Take  out orders available. Members and  guests welcome. 5591 Wharf Street,  Sechelt. 885-9922  Irvine* Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 5  days a week - Fri k Sat: Noon - It  pm, kitchen Noon - 9 pm; Sun,  Mon k Thurs: Noon - 10 pm,  kilchen Noon - 9 pm. For the WINTER MONTHS ONLY, we are  closed Tues. k Wed. Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard k Visa.  Fully licensed.  FINE DINING  Blut Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner.Observe Ihe  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle at your  table. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Chai Phillpp* Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Chef Philippe is  busy cooking up your favorites  including Spinach salad with  warm Balsamic Vinaigrette and  Fresh Australian Rack of Lamb  with 7 grain crust. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly,  professional service, intimate dining in the Heritage Lodge dining  room with a superb view of the  Georgia Strait. Enjoy a Cappuccino  after inner. Follow Gower Point  Road lo Ocean Beach Esplanade.  Reservations recommended. 886-  2188. Open from 5:30 pm 6 days a  week. Closed Wednesdays.  Cnwk Houm - Intimate dining and  European cuisine In a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa k Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flambe desserts are prepared al  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon 11:30  - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed thru Mon  4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED TUESDAYS.  Visa and Mastercard. Reservations  recommended. 886-3891.  Lord Jkn't Rttort Hottl - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspina Strait set Ihe theme for a  beautiful night out. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and soft music add  up to make yours a night to  remember. In addition, we are now  accepting reservations for Christmas Party bookings. Restaurant  hours: Fri. 6pm - 9nm. Sat/Sun  8am - 2pm, 6pm - 9 pm. For groups  of 10 or more, we will accept a  reservation for any evening. Visa,  Mastercard, American Express.  Reservations recommended.  885-7038  Pabblei ��� On Tht Batch - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8-3. Dinner Reservations  Recommended. In the heart of  Sechelt at the Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  EmltlGwtn'tDrlvtln-Takeout.or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  ..... ,....<���.���.,.���, ,���,��������..,  Fishing for reading skills  by Keith Thirkell  Madeira Park Elementary is  usirtg bribery to entice children  to read, but according to the  school    librarian,    Ralean  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares at home wilh us.  Pet / Animal Care  Mail Clearing and Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yard Mainlenance  Regular Home Check or Live-in Service  CUI SH,\R0N 885-2228  Cutta* Hmu - WulA  IntWltfl'IHIi-it?  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Brtncfut Coast To Coaat   Phillips, "it's definitely paying  off."  Phillips, who also leaches  kindergarten, came up with the  idea of holding a fishing and  reading derby about  the topic, "The  marine environment."  To be eligible for  prizes, students  must read or have  read to them fiction  or non-fiction books  aboul the sea.  Students are  encouraged to read  magazine articles,  poems, books, sto-      ries or encyclopedia  articles about such things as  whales, polar bears, penguins,  ships, seals, fish, explorers and  marine scientists. Each time a  student completes a book, story,  To be eligible  for prizes,  students must  read or have  read to them  fiction or non-  fiction books  aboul the sea.  NEW YEAR'S  CRUISE  "E for 1w  ^S-^IO DAY  MEXICO  from $798us*  CRUISE ONLY ��� AIR ADO ON $400  /mazm  TOURS ��� TICKETS ��� CHARTERS ��� INSURANCE  886-2522   886-3381  BESIDE OIBSONS MEDICAL CENTRE  poem or article the student's  parent signs a "fishing ticket."  The more books the kids read  the more fishing tickets they  can enter into a draw to win        prizes.  The merchants of  Madeira, Kleindale,  Garden Bay, and Irv-  ings Landing generously donated some  great prizes for the  students, including T-  shirts, books, cases of  pop, a mechanics  socket set, arcade  vouchers, cash and  lots more.          To complement  the reading derby, all  Ihe students in the school were  issued a Tidal Waters Sports  Fishing License. Then, class by  class over the last two weeks,  they trundled off to Ihe governmenl wharf in Madeira Park to  try their luck.  Live bail was supplied by  Bill and John Cameron which  the smaller kids seemed more  interested in than what was in  the real ocean. Catches included  bullheads, mud sharks, rat fish,  kelp crabs and even a squid.  Everything was live released  though.  Phillips is delighted about  the community response and the  "hands on" experience the kids  are getting.  "Local fishermen have  shown us their catches as they  come to the dock; from prawns  to octopus the kids are getting a  glimpse of what's under the  ocean."  PFAIF Day  Saturday Nov  ONE DAY  ONLY  AU MACHINES AND SERGERS ON SA1E'  ray  at full price  and MCIIVI  7B7 SIRGIR  FREE!  WMttjfn CflfMMM i rrmrr f<Pfm>lHltlw>  wn p�� an rand ������ MMMwMrtt  ���*> tnJ��WM��.Our*lOCALIII,VKJIlUr  i^M*Mc��(ne(ratMlr)ta ta^mafe**  ^    4 HM.MI ��f H**n mucNnsi for  $1i.����4HK DAY OMIT  ���wp   f9mW l<WlWV 9WW  V^BeTVVVe.'eMBV IMajMDHQ  MeUMM Coast News, November 2, 1992  community  . DPEH.7. DAYS A WEEK..  ou coram fish s chips a  ||                  446 Marine DrWe.GlbKMU Landing ��� 886-9566                  fl  pj                                   {across from Dockside .Pharmacy)                                  �� |  the  R���AL ���STAT��� CORHCR  by Herb Craig  REP: GIBSONS REAL IY  Participants in the first Arthritis Society walk-a-thon work their way up Payne Road from Woolvtorth's in (iibsons Park Plaza on a  beautiful fall morning Oct. 25. Aboul 20 people took part in the event to raise funds for the national society. Organizers hope to attract  a larger turnout next year. Joel Johnstone photo  george In glbsons  by George Cooper  Jesse Schmidt, an Elphinstone grad of  1991, couldn't make use of the Ferry Workers' Bursary he had been awarded; he joined  the Navy.  After basic training at CFCB Cornwallis  in Halifax, he found himself for a lime in  limbo when the defence budget was severely  cut. Now he is in Esquimau doing his training to qualify as an Electronic Sensor Operator.  Jody Schmidt, Jesse's older brother, completed the two-year BCIT Technology program after his Elphinstone graduation and is  enrolled this academic year at Lakehead  University in Thunder Bay. There his BCIT  course is the equivalent of ihree years in  Lakehead's civil engineering degree program. Now he finds Ihe fourth year courses  very challenging indeed; bul his grades are  roberts creek  very satisfactory. Jody applied for and  received Ihis year a bursary from the Coast  Bursary and Loan Society.  Tisha Koch, the 1991 grad who was  awarded the Cedar Grove Parents Bursary,  hopes to enter Capilano College in January  in the Early Childhood Education program.  Her work this past year as a nanny for a  Vancouver family has given her practical  experience in that field of work.  Langdale  On Oct. 24 in the Waterfront Theatre on  Granville Island, Christopher Legg read his  story to an audience of other children and  Iheir parents as part of the International  Writers Festival.  Christopher's mother had read about a  story-writing contest in the Savvy section of  the Vancouver Sun and suggested that  Christopher send in 'The Crocodile With No  Sharp Teeth Who Wanted Some' story that  he had written some time ago.  His story was judged the best in the prose  category, grades I to 3, and now he hopes it  will be printed in the Sun's Savvy section  some time soon so that he can show it to his  friends at Langdale Elementary.  Golden Wedding  Deleted for lack of space from last  week's report of the Chamberlin's 50th  anniversary: Guests came from Yakima,  Mercer Island, Victoria and Vancouver to  join those from the Sunshine Coast.  Among the grandchildren attending was  Deb Chamberlin, who came all the way from  Solingen, Germany where she serves at the  NATO base, posted there from the Canadian  Navy. Her arrival was most unexpected, a  joyous surprise to her grandparents and  especially to her dad.  My  Favourite  Client  Most people in any Service Industry such as ours have lavounte  clients. Usually they're people who come back again and again over  the years. They're the easiest to please because you don t have to  prove anything. 1 hey know you and know what lo expect tiom you.  I have clients like lhat and they are very special lo me Hut my  lavourite clients are those whom I meet through this column They  usually have had a problem in the past in buying or selling.  Sometimes they have a particular situation which isn't being lixed or  they just don't know anyone in Real Estate that well. The important  thing is - we don't know each other.  To then build trust and confidence and eventually solve their  problems - that's what makes this business so interesting. And the  greater the problem, the greater the satisfaction when it's solved.  That's why they're my lavourite clients.  YOU WILL BE SOLD ON MY SERVICE  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS REALTY LTD. 886-2277  by Beverley Shipley  Last week's RCCA meeting  saw an excellent turnout. Presidenl Jack Eldred announced that  Noel, Reid is lhe new treasurer.  Talks were given by several  guest speakers. First were Jim  l.ee and Dick Williams from St.  Aidan's Hall, who will be  developing Ihe site of the old  chuich for the community's use.  The land will not be for sale, but  will be long term lease only,  and lhe lessee must be self-supporting financially. Uses could  include a medical/seniors cenlre; leen centre; day care, etc.  wilh housing further back up the  hill, interest in this site was  expressed by representatives of  the Roberts Creek Legion and  Rainbow Preschool.  By now Roberts Creek Ele-  mentary's addition contract will  have been awarded. There will  be more news about that next  week.  Regional director Brett  McGillivray gave a brief update  on the OCP and SCRD meetings. The SCRD has called for  an injunction against Ihe forest  industry for logging cuts up  Chapman Creek. This injunction  also covers the issue of fertilizing along creeks in the area.  "~*V^ .   '. ..^^E ~���-A*m  Jim Lee and Dick Williams  OCP meetings are progressing  well.  Ray DeGraaf of highways  gave a talk and slide show on  Network Transportation Planning Systems This type of  study is to be implemented on  the Sunshine Coast and Roberls  Creek will be literally 'right in  the middle of it'.  What it simply means is that  there must be a road network for  public transportation on the  Coast. New grid roads, widening and straightening of through  roads, and a bypass al upper  levels will all be part of lhe  Returning home to  Gibsons, 21 years on  by Dick Kcnnett  Like Ihe proverbial bad  penny, I turned up in the old  home town 21 years almost to  the day I lasl left.      -������������*���������  A long sentence 'Now at three  Z^^^oreandten,  with   the   great  hopefully I'm   Bartholomew's  lers, Nina, Hazel and Pearl,  two of whom still live within  shouting distance of each  other.  ������ The old Women's  Institute Hall is being  dressed up and how  about      our      St.  grandson of Daddy  Gibson,     Cecil  Chamberlin  and  his time-honoured  wife,   who  said  ,"We got tired of  looking after the cows and  chickens on the Reed Road,"  as we laughed up a storm of  old limes unforgettable.  Wandering along the North  Road the old IS acre stump  ranch house still stands with  nothing but new buildings  throughout its quarter mile of  a now prosperous look.  Cecil's birthplace on the  Chamberlin Road is now long  gone, where he had, as his  daily chore, a cow called  Queenie and three older sis-  heretosbend An8lican   Church'  nire io spena where (he mher day ,  my twilight  years'  just got poked in the  back in the vestry by  none other than  another Gibsonite -  Lenora Inglis - a classmate  way back in the 1930s.  I said to Lenora, it's hard to  believe I sang in the boys'  choir here almost 60 years ago  when the Reverend Thain celebrated morning prayer and  old George Lockett pumped  the time weary organ with a  flair.  Now at three score and ten,  hopefully I'm here to spend  my twilight years, number my  days and my heart to wisdom.  It's in the book.  study. Stay tuned.  Honky Tonk Dance  The Honky Tonk Men wilh  feature performer country music  star Jess Lee and former  Roberts Creek resident guitarist  Lome Jones will be playing  country rock music, Roberts  Creek style, on Saturday, Nov. 7  at the hall. Tickets are on sale at  Ihe Roberts Creek Store for $12  each, profits to go to the Save  The Hall Fund.  People are urged to bring a  non-perishable food item or a  child's toy to contribute to the  Elves Club.  Volunteer  board help  wanted  There are several non-profit  organizations on the Coast  which need new board members, including social service,  cultural and health groups.  Board members are an integral part of the non-profit  structure; they provide guidance, decision and policy making, direction and support to  the staff. Other duties could  include fundraising, advisory  committee work and public  relations. The payback for volunteers is the opportunity to  share skills and provide input  to a community organization  they believe in.  The ability to learn new  skills, meet other people and  expand horizons is also provided. Most boards of directors  meet monthly, and have an  annual general meeting and  occasional special events that  require attendance.  Contact the Volunteer and  Information Centre to find out  more information about volunteer board opportunities.  Hospital Bazaar  The Roberls Creek Branch of  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary is  putting on its annual Christmas  Bazaar Saturday, Nov. 7 from  11 am to 1:30 pm at the Roberts  Creek ball. There will be raffles,  home baking, crafts, plants and  more. Admission is free.  The auxiliary's next meeting  is Monday, Nov. 9 at 10:30 am  at the legion.  Craft Fair  The Roberts Creek Christmas  Craft Fair is scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 29 from 10 am to 4  pm. To book a table call Randi  at 886-9324 or Yvonne 886-  7815. A ring has been found at  the hall. 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A.COAST CABLE VISION  by Deanna Lueder, 885-73*5  There is something very satisfying aboul  cleaning out flower and vegetable beds and  generally putting the yard into ils winter  hibernation stale. Now the summer's failures  can be put aside and the successes relished  for the last time this season.  To be outside on beautiful fall days clearing away sweet pea vines, clipping  Hydrangea blooms for dried flowei arrangements, and making room for tulip bulbs  completes the gaiden cycle.  It's so much easier than planting on hands  and knees in the spring, weeding in lhe summer heat and doing nightly slug patrol. Gardening in the winter for me is limited to  watering house plants and sipping coffee  while flipping through seed catalogues.  Gillian Lowndes Award  Congratulations to this year's winner of  the Gillian Lowndes Award for achievement  in the arts, Donna Balma. This award of  $300 is given annually to a worthy artist on  the Sunshine Coast in any of the performing,  literary or visual arts. Presentation of the  award will lake place at the Arts Centre Nov.  21 at 2 pm. Balma, a long time Coast resident, has gained wide recognition for her  painting.  School Planning  Student numbers are growing rapidly and  outstripping our Coast facilities. Public  meetings have been scheduled all along the  Coast to discuss future planning and expanding school facilities. The Sechell/Halfmoon  Bay public meeting will be on Thursday,  Nov. 5 at Sechelt Elementary at 7 pm.  Breakaway  We have more teenagers in our community now with the generally increasing population and it is to be expected that some will  be troubled youths. An excellent program in  our community struggles to carry on its  important work and provide direction and  support to these teenagers. Sunshine Coast  Breakaway, a drug and alcohol recovery program for teens and their families, needs  financial help to keep its doors open. If you  can help in any way, the address is: Sunshine  Coast Breakaway, Box 2357, Sechelt, or call  886-2423.  Bake Sale  St. Hilda's Anglican Church Women's  Bake Sale takes place Thursday, Nov. 5 at  Trail Bay Mall. It begins at 9:30 am; the  baking is excellent and sells quickly, so  come early.  Woodwind Workshop  The Sunshine Coast Music Society is  sponsoring a Woodwind Workshop Nov. 8  from 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm al St. John's  Church Hall in Wilson Creek. The fee is $25  for non-members. To register call 886-0995.  Gala Event  Tickets are now available for the Gala  Event Dinner and Dance lo take place at the  Indian Band Hall Nov. 28. Gather together a  group and welcome Ihe Christmas season.  Call 885-2330 for tickets. Profits go to several important projects in the community  such as the Parent and Tot program and the  Infant Development program.  Supporters of the Christian Riders swing their bikes, motorcycles and can Trom Hackett Park to Trail Bay Mall carrying toys and  food for the Salvation Army. Jncl Johnstone pholo  dan's bay  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  A last reminder of the Craft Sale and Flea Market to be held at the  hall on Saturday, Nov. 7 from 9 am to noon. This is your opportunity  to get in on the Christmas selections early and beat the rush. The  Christmas craft fairs are always full of those special little things that  are often lacking in the stores. Unique and often very inexpensive.  The Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Residents' Committee (not to be  confused with the DB/WC Community Association) is holding a  public information meeting at the old Seniors' Hall in Sechelt on  Nov. 5 at 8 pm. The crux of the discussions will be the proposed  highway bypass as initiated by the Ministry of Highways. Plan to  attend.  The monthly meeting of the DB/WCCA Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 1  pm will host speaker Mike Shanks, who will discuss how your house  is assessed. This should be an informative meeting.  We are now into November and winter. In 1885, a man named  James Gay wrote, "Canadian climate must have been changeable  ever since the world begun. One hour snowing, and the next raining  like fun. Our blood sometimes thick, other times thin, This is the  time colds begin."  This is my last column for awhile as I am taking a few months'  sabbatical. However, I leave it in the capable hands of Jean Robinson who is no stranger to this space. Jean wrote the column a few  years back and knows the ropes. Please support her, as you have me,  by calling and sharing your newsy items with her at 885-2954.  Annual Christmas Seal  campaign underway  Sunshine Coast residents are  looking at a goal of $16,390 in  the annual Christmas Seal Campaign that begins this month to  raise money for the British  Columbia LttAg'Association  (BCLA).  That represents a five per  cent increase over donations  made last year by area residents,  said Clara Nygren, Sunshine  Coast Christmas Seal chairperson, who noted that the figure is  part of a province-wide goal of  $1.5 million.  "Despite uncertain economic  times, we hope that people will  be generous because the need is  great," said Nygren. "One in  five British Columbians suffers  from lung problems, but everyone is affected.  "The fact is, everyone pays  for lung disease in one way or  another ��� through personal suffering or higher health care  costs or losses to ihe economy  as wage-earners become too ill  to work.  Christmas Seal gifts support  advanced research conducted in  B.C., health education stressing  patient independence, and information programs on air quality  issues.  The Christmas Seal campaign runs through the end of  January, and every household in  the province receives a package  of seals and a reply card for  donations. Nygren hopes that  people put the seals on all their  mail, even if they can't afford to  give this year.  Confidential  Secretarial Services  886-4740  NOW OjPEN  n��k  <  ,I)WIM    I '1      11(1  ��� Corraspondenc* ���  ��� User Printing ��� W�� Do It All ���  "SATISFACTION *\ ACCURACY GUARANTEED"  Chamber to host Reef Society  The Artificial Reef Society will present an information update to  the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Nov. 5.  The meeting will be held at Pebbles Restaurant from 5 pm to 7 pm  during Chamber after hours.  "All members and interested guests are urged to attend to hear the  latest developments in the Chaudiere situation, says president Al  Driscoll. "The Sechelt Chamber of Commerce has gone on record as  supporting the Chaudiere because part of the Chamber's mandate is  to promote economic development in the District of Sechelt.  "The Chamber is satisfied that the environmental concerns have  been answered," Driscoll said.  On land it's a nuisance.  At sea it can be a nightmare.  Last year, more than hall of all calls for assistance sent out by fishing vessels were the result of mechanical breakdowns.  Most could have been prevented. Checking your fuel supply and fluid levels, keeping a maintenance record and tuning up your vessel  thoroughly belore setting out will not only save hassles; it could also save your life. Smart fishing is safe fishing;  and once you make it a habit, you'll swear by it. To order a free copy of the Coast Guard's Small Fishing Vassal Safety Manual,  or for information on marine safety equipment requirements, call us toll free at:  1-800-267-6687  Canadian  Coast Guard  Canada*  Hf Coast News, November 2, 1992  community  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  The Welcome Beach Com  munity Association's volunteer  members have been having a  busy time recently. Last Thursday the ladies prepared a delicious annual Neighbourhood  Lunch. Several of Ihe original  members who have moved  away from Ihe area attended.  On Sunday a very successful Flea Market was held with a  great variety of goodies, crafts,  baked goods, plants, etc. Proceeds go towards the recent  extension and building  improvements.  Next social function will be  Pub Night Nov. 14 starting at 7  pm. Admission is $5 at the  door and as well as some  games and hopefully some  good old sing-alongs, you will  be fed some really good grub.  Hospital Auxiliary  The nexl meeting of the  Halfmoon Bay branch of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary will  be Monday Nov. 9 at 10 am at  the Welcome Beach Hall. Tickets will be available for the  Christmas luncheon, which will  be at the hall this year. A good  turnout is hoped for at this  meeting to prepare for the  Christmas Bazaar. If you are  new to the area you can be sure  of a great welcome.  A couple of newcomers to  Halfmoon Bay were made welcome at the recent luncheon at  Welcome Beach Hall. They  were Joyce and Ray Ballam,  who have just taken up residence in the house formerly  occupied by the Timms on  Trout Lake Road. Welcome to  the neighbourhood.  Big C In the US  I spent some time last week  socializing in San Jose, California and was quite amazed to  find how much interest there  was in our constitutional  debates. It had always seemed  that the folks down there were  quite uninformed as to what is  happening way up in the frozen  north of Canada. It could have  been that the particular groups  in which I found myself were  mostly academic types, therefore had some idea of what  goes on in the rest of the world,  but I did find their knowledge  and understanding of the situation quite refreshing.  I also had a completely new  experience while on this visit. I  was invited to a lunch at which  Archibald Tuggim Walker, 8  weeks old, was to be honoured.  Archie was cute, hairy, black  and brown, and completely  adorable. The guests, who  numbered about 40 people, all  cuddled and petted him and  brought gold, myrrh and frankincense, gifts for the new king.  Archie is a Border Terrier with  a pedigree a mile long. All the  gifts were opened with due ceremony. Only in California!  Japan has one...  Saudi Arabia has one...  Mexico, Guam & Bahamas have one...  AND SOON THE SUNSHINE COAST  WILL HAVE ONE!  Watch for more news...  CHILDREN ON YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST?  Maig & Lynne ot  LymaeKids  Invite you to  GIBSONS MOTOR INN  Saturday Nov 7th 10am - 4pm  Bring youi friends!  886-3292  Locally made  Connie Wilson and a host of others were on hand to warmly accommodate bargain hunters at the  Sechelt Seniors Hall (Mermaid Street) Craft Sale Oct.24. lot! John-tone photo  gokhn lifelines  by Joyce Ostry  One of the most popular  annual events of the Seniors'  calendar is the Fall or Christmas  Bazaar, to be held on Saturday,  Nov. 7, with the doors opening  at 11 am. There is no admission  charge, and lunch will be served  at very little cost. This will be  the last bazaar in the Seniors'  Hall on Mermaid St. The bake  table is always a sell-out early  in the day. The senior ladies are  asked to bring their baked goods  in the morning. There will be  those fun events called "little  games of chance." Members are  also asked to bring goods for the  hamper.  Tickets have been sold and  still can be purchased for a draw  on a donated painting of the  twin "Lions'; peaks with, a beautiful frame. The second draw  prize is a turquoise necklace  from Arizona, and third prize is  a great looking teddy bear. Start  your Christmas shopping early.  Driving  As the years pile on we gain  wisdom, but physically our  reactions slow down. That  brings me to the decision to  write about driving a vehicle.  Even though we have had no  formal lessons, many have driven for 50 years without a blemish on one's driving record. We  know of people who 'shouldn't  be on the road.'  Like it or not, our driving  skills deteriorate with age -  though we may not realize it.  Studies have shown:  ��� Older drivers have more  accidents per kilometre driven  than all motorists except the  youngest drivers.  ��� When confused, older  drivers are more likely to slop  and wait - resulting in a high  involvement in rear-end collisions.  ��� Seniors are more at risk of  serious injury or death when in  accidents - as drivers and pedestrians.  ��� Older drivers have the most  difficulty backing up, turning,  changing lanes, yielding the  right of way and leaving highways.  "All of those are really related to aging," said Raynald Mar-  shand, national coordinator of  the Canada Safety Council's 55-  Alive driver improvement program "The older person starts  experiencing changes they  should be aware of," he said.  "Once Ihey are aware of Ihem,  they can take the steps to be a  safer driver."  The physical effects of aging  usually begin to show up after  age 55, experts say. In Alberta,  there are now 320,000 drivers in  that age group and that's  expected to nearly double in Ihe  next decade.  By age 55, the average person's vision and hearing have  started to deteriorate, necks  stiffen and reaction time slows.  'The changes are so subtle and  gradual most drivers aren't even  ���LABOUn DAY "  JHANKSOIVINU  J1ALLOWEEW -  NEXT STOP CHRISTMAS!  A Professional Studio Portrait  Makes A Great  And Lasting Gift  Our  $ 39.99  Portrait Special  Includes:  ��� Up to 1 hour of studio time  ��� 24 poses  ��� 24 4X6 prints  ��� wide choice of backdrop colours and styles  You (<)/? Also Takv 20% OFF  ANY FRAMF IN STOCK  Call us Now for an appointment  ALL YOU NEED TO BRING IS A SMILE!  PHOTO W  RKS  TRAIL BAY MALL SECHELT  885-4447  aware of ihem or their effects on  driving.  I stopped driving six years  ago, because I almost hit a child  in ihe parking lot of Trail Bay  Mall. I had been injured in a  work-related accident and it  affected my legs. My reaction  time was slowed because of  this.  No one is saying "Don'l  drive!" Pick the lime for driving  when the roads won't have  snarled traffic. Age alone does  not reliably predict when a person is unable to drive safely.  Driving ability varies greatly  among older motorists and the  problems run deeper than the  drivers.  #2  HOW A SEPTIC  SYSTEM WORKS  Waste is piped to the septic tank where bacterial  action bieaks it down into sludge, effluent (liquid), and  scum. Liquid flows out through a distribution box which  channels it through perforated pipes in the drainage  field. Baffles keep scum out of the pipes.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  A  * "A" BETTER BOBCAT SERVICE &  I  ��� EXCAVATING  ��� BACKFILLING  ��� TRACKS...for TRACTION  ��� POWER SWEEPING  COMMERCIAL ��� INDUSTRIAL ��� RESIDENTIAL  Drainage & Erosion Control  Rock & Block Retaining Walls  Septic & Water Lines  Landscape Construction  Driveways  Custom Land  Development  Subdivision  Services  Prompt  Professional  Service  Single or  Tandem Axle Dumptrucks  Available  Serving the Entire  Sunshine Coasl  886-8538   cuk,,,,si������i  220-8767  If you cin'l dig it  WE CAN!  mm  ���       - - r       _       y. 10  Coast News, November 2, 1992  Shop*Easy  "Your first choice in foods"  Serving the Community Since 1950  Trail Bay Mall. 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I        ea  Grimm's Mennonite Farmer  Old Country Classic  1��m%^mm\^L\ykm^*m\\\1_^^mV _*CV*V  500 g .TT.  ��#      ea  Grimm's ',  European .Back .Bacon E49  12.10/kg..^  W       b  Grimm's  Pepperonl. summer, pure beef _fS9  beer, hunter. 250 g  0m      ea  Meat  a**riM Coast News, November 2, 1992  11  community  Brian Leavold, left, presenting the first place award in the North  Vancouver Firefighters' twelfth annual salmon derby to Rich  Erikson. Pholo submitted  by Jacalyn Vincent, IS3-2840  Well, better late than totally  forgotten! The results of the  North Vancouver Firefighters'  Twelfth Annual Salmon Derby  held Sept. 10, 11 and 12 are as  follows: largest salmon was  caught by Rick Erickson, a 35  pounder caught by trolling at  Fearny Point with anchovies.  Rick is a Delta firefighter. The  second largest salmon was 21.13  pounds caught by Jeff Sim  mooching with live herring, also  at Fearny Point. The largest cod  award went to Eric Malet-Veale,  a North Vancouver firefighter.  The Lowe's Sportsman Award  went to Rod McKizik, a Vancouver firefighter.  All in all there were 130 firefighters and friends celebrating  the derby and $28,000 in prizes  given awayt A special thanks  goes out to all of the Royal  Canadian Legion Branch 112  executives and members; also to  the Ladies Auxiliary for doing  the banquet awards dinner and  to all the good friends at Lowe's  Resort for making the firefighters feel so welcome.  Lions' Club Breakfast  Enjoy a great Lions Club  breakfast at the clubhouse Sunday, Nov. 8 from 8 am to noon.  Adults are $5.50 per person and  by Lynn Mees  By now all of you have  dressed up in your favourite  fantasy and put it away again,  as the month of November is  upon us.  And the skunks and civet  cats are moving in with us.  Since our dog disappeared the  pests have moved in and there's  no way our Jack Russell would  have put up with this stinky  business.  All in the same week another  two Egmont dogs have left us.  Seymour was hit along Egmont  Road and also the much-loved  Ewos was hit while visiting in  Courtcnay. They will be missed  ky intmy- asthey were bolh well  known around town.  The floor hockey games  played in the hall have come  back with full force. The players and hall are taking a beating.  Take it easy guys, you've got  all winter to hash it out.  Friends and proud mom  gathered together Friday night  at the school for a bridal shower  for Maureen Griffith. Maureen  and Brian Parrot will be marrying some time this month.  Much happiness to you.  Happy November birthday  to: Paul Boutris, Vi Berntzen,  May Silvey, Elaine Griffith,  Kaila Silvey, Evie Andrews and  Ryder Noble.  Happy Anniversary lo: Mr.  and .Mrs, Hill, Dot and Bill Farrell.  Transition House in  need of volunteers  The Sunshine Coast Transition House has several openings for  volunteers. There is a wide variety of jobs available from yard work,  child care, food shopping and librarian to assistance with the pick up  and delivery of donations. Most jobs are weekly and would require  approximately two to four hours of time.  All volunteers meet monthly with the manager to assess their position, discuss ideas and to actively participate in the fight against dysfunctional families. Meetings would also report on the shelter as this  group will be a working advisory committee.  A great opportunity for those interested in working with and for  women. All staff and volunteers must have a police record check and  sign an oath of confidentiality. A six-month commitment to the volunteer position is also requested.  The Gibsons  Legion  Branch 109  would like to extend an open  invitatation to all clubs, groups,  organizations and tbe public to  attend our  Remembrance Day Service  at 10:45 a.m. November 11.  We also thank everyone for their support  during our Poppy Fund Campaign.  These funds are used to assist those  veterans who are in need, and any  donations are sincerely appreciated.  Vtaf Oft fywi  in PENDER HARBOUR mat  MADEIRA PARK  i* PENDER HARBOUR ma*  FRANCIS PENINSULA PUCE  children are $2.50.  New Club  The Weigh-ln Club is opening its doors each Monday at  6:30 pm al the Pender Harbour  Clinic. This new club is more of  a fellowship group for all those  who need to lose those couple of  exlra pounds and who would  like to diet. Membership is free!  For more information contact  Lii between 5 and 7 pm at 883-  9272.  Jazz Night  The Pender Harbour Music  Society will be hosting a Jazz  and Poetry Evening Friday,  Nov. 27 at 7 pm at Ihe music  school in Pender Harbour. There  will be local readers and musicians performing and refreshments will be served. Members  are $8 and non-members $10.  Children 12 years and under will  be able to enter free.As The  Tide Changes  Check out the new toy  department at Taffy's!  Acupuncture buffs - 140,000  visits were made to acupuncturists last year in BC at approximately $40 per visit.  There are still a few canning  tomatoes available at Roosendal  Farms.  Until next week - be good to  yourself.  SHOP  CANADIAN!  Most fixtures and lamps in  stork are made in CANADA..  Qttality 6s Value Guaranteed!  Sechelt Lighting  885-9417 ��� 5609 Hwy 101, 555  ICF-C120  ��� AM/FM cube clock radio  ��� Battery back-up, snooze and sleep  $2995  SONY OF CANADA LTD.  AVAILABLE AT  Adventure ELECTRONICS  AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR RADIO SHACK  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS * 886-7215  Girl Guides gear  up for Guelph camp  Guelph '93 is an international camp for girls from around the  world to be held in Guelph, Ont., July 12 through 22, 1993. Local  Guides Shannon Weikenkamp, Ashley Carwithen, Julia Forward and  Karla Johnson will be among the 200 Canadian girls who will be  joined by 500 international participants and 500 adult leaders. Theme  for the camp will be "Living in Harmony - Today's Challenge."  Roxanne Wiseman, Canada Cord Guide and former member of the  Salmon Rock Rangers, is currently chairperson for the Teen Retreat  Program for the BC and Yukon Division of the Canadian Cancer  Society. Wiseman, well known for her many and varied volunteer  contributions on the Sunshine Coast, will be guest speaker at an  International Conference on Cancer in Los Angeles Nov. 14. Wiseman is a student at Capilano College in North Vancouver.  If anyone has Brownie, Guide or Pathfinder uniforms not being  tWMb contact your local unit or Lorna Snazell at 886-2038. For further information: call Agnes Labonte 886-7415.'  B&K  soils \ lwdsc.yh;  New shipment of Lava Rock Is HERE!  Fertilized Lawn & Garden Soil* Concrete Lawn Ornaments  Manure & Bark Mulch ��� Landscape Fabric - 6' & 12'  Sand & Gravel & Lava Rock     widths, any quantity  EASY INSTALLATIONS ��� VERSATILE ��� DURABLE & STRONG ��� AFFORDABLE  NEW HOURS: TUES -SAT 9 AM-4 PM CLOSED SUNDAV * MONDAY  SOIL & GRAVEL SUPPLIES  FOR IHI DOII YOIIHMIIIH AND IHI  I KADI*.  632 HOUGH ROAD & HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  Notice Board  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve Ihe right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine communily Interest  Ilems will lie listed three weeks prior lo the event.  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2  Qlbaona Business ft Professional Woman's  Club meeting at Cedars Inn at 6 pm, dinner at  6:30 pm. Guest speaker: Stewart Bethune, Unit  Manager of 'Needful Things.' Conlact: Cheryl  Ahrens, 886-2682; Lome Glrard, 886-7760  SC Spinners' and Weavers' Guild November  meeting. I pm. Kirkland Cenlre, Davis Bay. For  info 885-5817 Or 886-2131.  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3  Post Natal Class, Sechelt Health Unit, 7 - 9 pm.  Everyone welcome. To register call Wendy Burlin,  885-7132.  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4  Sechelt Garden Club meeiing In St. Hilda's Hall  at 7:30 pm. Guesl speaker: David Morgan on  conilers and Bonsai. Visitors welcome.  Art Contact ��� An Evening with Don Hopkins,  discussing his current exhibition 'Form &  Harmony', 7:30 pm at SC Arts Centre, Sechelt.  Admission: $3. Refreshments. Into: 885-5412.  Optimist Club 7:30  pm. Madeira  Park  Community Hall.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8  Public Meeting - Alternatives lor a Network  Highway, 8 pm al Old Seniors' Hall, Sechell,  sponsored by Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Residents'  Committee. Guest speaker: Dr. Walter Hardwick.  RNABC Meeting, 7:30 pm In St. Mery's  boardroom. Topic: Relaxation Bodywork. Inio:  885-3648.  Learning Disabilities Association Meeting 7:00  to 9:00 pm at the library of Davis Bay Elementary  School. Speaker ��� educator Ron Breadner. Into  Deborah Mcllrath 885-2391  S.C. Maritime History Society Planning  Meeting "What, Where, When & How*. Come  and meet new executive 7:30 pm, 287 Gower  Point Rd. (behind Pebbles Realty) Into: 886-9058  or 885-9840.  Bake Sale by St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Women Trail Bay Mall beginning 9:30 am  FRIDAY, NOVEMBERS  Dance to Support the Elves Club, Gibsons  Legion Hall. Tickets $12 at regular outlets, plus  please bring a non-perishable food Item or child's  toy. Music by Jess Lee & the Honky Tonk Men,  with guests Lome Jones and Sarah Norris.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7  GK Cat* Centie Auxiliary Annual Christmas  Bazaar, Bake Sale ��� Tea, 1:30 - 3:30 pm al the  Kiwanis Care Home. No pre-selllng due to  residents' lunch time.  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Roberta Creak  Branch Annual Bazaar, 11 am -1:30 pm at RC  Hall. Crafts, plants, books, rallle, bake sale. Into:  885-0860  Reception for artiste Linda Dixon and Anne  Gumey to open Iheir show "Spectrum 1)2", 2 pm  at Hunter Gallery.  Dence to "Save the Hall", Roberls Creek  Community Hall. Tickets $12 al regular outlets,  plus please bring a non-perishable lood Hem or  child's toy lor Ihe Elves Club. Music by Jess Lee  & the Honky Tonk Men, with guests Lome Jones  and Sarah Norris.  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER B  Woodwind Workshop sponsored by Ihe SC  Music Society, with Ann Katheryn Coope,  clarinet, and Julie nutter, flute, 1:30 - 4:30pm at  St. John's Church Hall, Wilson Creek. Fee: $25  lor non-members. To register call B86-0995  TUESOAY, NOVEMBER 10  SC Home Support Society Hospice In-Service,  4:30 pm in SI. Mary's boardroom.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12  Tetrahedron Ski Club general meeting. 7:30pm  in Roberts Creek Elem.Community Use Room.  Guesl speaker: Bob Stewart from Coast Mountain  Sports. Everyone welcome.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Gibsons Branch  8th Annual Bazaar, 11 am - 3 pm In Gibsons  Uniled Church Hall. Lunch available.  Autumn Luncheon and Bake Sale St. Mary's  Church, Gibsons 11 am - 2 pm.  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16  Gibsons Buslnsss a, Professions! Women's  Club Craft Auction, Cedars Inn, cocktails 6 pm,  dinner 7 pm, auction lo follow. Tickets: $15.  Donation of craft or baked item appreciated.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28  Legion Hall Christmas Bazaar L.A. to R.C.L.  #10911 am to 1pm  MISCELLANEOUS  Wanted: Kids to |oln the Swim Club al Pender  Harbour Aquatic Centre. Workouts Mon. and  Wed., 5:30 - 7pm. For into: 863-2612.  Fitness Classes, all kinds, all levels, at Pender  Harbour Aquatic and Fitness Cenlre, Mon. - Fri.  For into: 883-2612.  Parsnt Tot Drop In al the following locations  from 9:30 - 11:30am: Gibsons Uniled Church  Hall, Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri.; Sechelt St. Hilda's  Hall, Tues.; Wilson Crsek Community Hall,  Thurs. For Inio call 885-5881.  Gibsons and District Public Library is open  Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9:30-2:30;Thursdays  2:30-7:30; and Saturdays 9:30-2:30. For more  information, call 886-2130  MONDAYS  Breakaway Parents Support Group. Is your  child acting out? Using substances? Do you need  a loving, accepting, 12-step support group? Join  us at 7:30pm, 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons. Call  886-2423. 42  Sunahlne Choristers practise at 7pm in St  Hilda's Church, Sechelt. If you enjoy singing,  please join us. For Info call 885-4405. 42  TUESDAYS  Arthritis Self-Management Program, October  27 - Dec. 1, 10:00 am - 12 noon in Garibaldi  Health Unit, 5571 Inlet Ave., Sechelt. For Into.:  885-2677.  Gibsons Table Tennis Club plays weekly  Tuesday, 7-10pm. in Elphinstone Secondary  School cafeteria. Join as a member or play as a  guest. Beginners always welcome. Call Jim at  866-2775 42  Gibsons Pensioners branch #36. Bridge at  Harmony Hall, 1:00pm. Inio: 886-7685.        43  WEDNESDAYS  Sunshine Toastmasters, 7:15 pm at Chatelech  Secondary. Visitors welcome. Join the fun and  learn communication skills.  Navy League Cadets for males & females 10 to  13 years of age, 6:30pm in Gibsons Legion Hall.  Continuous registration year round. Uniforms provided. Call Marc. 686-7089.  Gibsons Pensioners branch #38. Carpet  Bowling at Harmony Hall, 1:00 pm. Info: 886-  9271. 43  Story Hour 10 am bring fruit or muffin to share.  Wilson Creek Hall, 5123 Davis Bay Rd.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic al Coast Garibaldi Heallh  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7 to  9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment necessary. 885-7770. 42  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets afternoons 12:30-2:30pm, call 886-2692, and  evenings 6:30-8.OOprn, call 886-7159, al the  United Church, Glasslord Rd., Gibsons.       42  Gibsons Pensioners branch #38. Bingo at  Harmony Hall, 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome. Into:  886-9906.                                                 43  FRIDAYS  Gibsons United Church Thrift Shop, open 1 ��� 3  pm in basemenl at rear, off Truman Rd.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38 activities at  Harmony Hall: Painting for Seniors, 10:00 am;  Tel Chi at 2:30 pm; Cards at 7:00 pm. Inio: 886-  2131. 43  SATURDAYS  Bridge, lirst and third Saturdays at SC Goll &  Country Club, 7:30 pm. $2.50/person, bring a  partner. Inio: 685-5426.  Chapman Creek Hatchery Tours, Weekly group  tours by appointment only. 4381 Parkway Rd. (oil  Field Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-4136 42  SUNDAYS  'Welcome Back the Salmon' free guided walks  in Porpoise Bay Provincial Park at 2:00pm, until  Nov. 6. Meet at the trail head in the day use area,  rain or shine. Info.: 886-4642. 12  Coast News, November 2, 1992  ____  gjfea  ��� ���aaaaiii.���������.���������&���������������������& ���,��� ���������������-ra.iK  Charlie's Chocolates  available at  THE LANDING CENEQAL 6T0BE  272 Gower Pt. Rd,  Gibsons Landing ��� 886-2818  MEET THE AUTHOfl  Ken Drushka  Friday, November 6th  2:00pm-3:00pm  BOOKS & STUFF  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt, B.C.  885-2625  BOOK SIGNING  by Ken Drushka  Friday, November 4 - 4-5 pm  "Working in the Woods -  A History of Logging  on the West Coast"  WORKING  IN THE WOODS  KEN  DHU'rlKA  GOOD NEWSI  Introducing our new  PUBLIC FAX SERVICE  Now available: CDs  ���2.11 Gow< i Pt. Rd.  Gibsons Quay 886-7744  Fabulous Weekly Pec Food Specials  DOG&CATFOOO  Dry and Canned  ��� Science Diet  ��� iams  ��� Techni- cal  ��� Nutro Max  ��� Purina  ��� Wayne . Many More  SMALL ANIMAL SUPPLIES  Rabbits Hamster Food  ��� Pet Accessories  Domestic Bird Seeds  ���Wild Bird Seed  ��� Shavings  ���Kitty Litter  Bucket-field's  DEALER  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  _,,.._   Prntt Rd.. Gibsons 886-7527   r _ ^  mttji^     Mon. - Sat. 9 - 5:30    Sun. 10-4     LXJ  leisure  Challenge of Bard greeted with pleasure  by Darah Hansen  In his poetry and plays, the  words of William Shakespeare  have been living wilh us for  over 400 years.  But the words we read now  may not necessarily be the  words of Ihe famous playwright.  Nor are the messages we glean  necessarily what he had intended.  The years have not been kind  to Ihe original words: changing  their meanings with the evolution of Ihe English language;  with Ihe hands and minds of  each editor who publishes a new  edition; with each actor on the  stage.  The sheer genius of Ihe artist,  loo, adds to the challenge of true  comprehension, writing on  issues as topical and complicated today as Ihey were in Ihe  17th century.  "The man is inexhaustible in  lhe depth and level he wrote at,"  said professor merilus of the  University of Saskatchewan,  Peler Millard. Millard is  presently teaching a weekly  class a the Rockwood Centre  called The Challenge of Shakespeare.  It is his job to demystify the  literature and clear the path to a  greater understanding and  enjoyment of Shakespeare's  works.  One of the great misinterpretations when reading Shakespeare in modern times occurs  from the use of Elizabethan  English.  "It's fascinating," said Millard. "The language of 1612 is  still our language, bul it is living, changing."  For instance when Juliet calls  to her Romeo, "Wherefore art  thou, Romeo?" many people  take this as meaning it's dark  and she can't see him, said Millard. But she is really saying,  "Why are you Romeo?" Juliet is  questioning her relationship  William Shakespeare  with a man she is forbidden lo  be wilh.  "It's not the words we arc  unfamiliar wilh (that  cause lhe problems),        bul the words we  think we know," said  Millard.  Add lo this  Shakespeare's own  genius and the gap in  comprehension  grows ever wider.  It is estimated  thai Shakespeare had  a   vocabulary   of     "******������  21,000 words. The  average vocabulary today is  only 1,500 words, said Millard.  Though he wasn't a scholar  himself, "he was a genius of the  first rank who obviously read a  lot, listened a great deal and  never forgot a thing," he said.  His mind must have worked  'It was like  discovering  tbe planets or  anew  continent'  -Peter Millard  Millard, causing certain incongruities in his writing.  "Even in his own time he  was thought to be  _____ untidy. There are  passages thai are  almosl incomprehensible," he said.  A further problem has developed  as quickly as editions of Shakespeare's works have  been written.  There is no single  ***������" manuscript written  in Shakespeare's  own handwriting, said Millard.  In fact, his works were not written out formally until after his  death in 1623. Prompt copies of  the scripts and actors memories  of their individual parts were  relied on to form the first official manuscripts.  at while-hot speed also, said They were far from perfect,  said Millard, adding that there  are obvious corruptions of text  in all of Shakespeare's works. In  some cases the message is so  unclear that Millard suggested,  "perhaps the Elizabethan type  setter couldn't read his writing  or maybe he was drank."  Because of the early incongruities, a good deal of "inspired  guessing" has gone into every  text written from that point.  They have been the cause of  many a disagreement among  scholars too, said Millard, as  each interprets a passage differently.  II has led to footnotes on the  pages of some books taking up  90 per cent of Ihe page in expla-  nation of only one line of  Shakespearean text.  But there comes a point  when these difficulties become  only a surface issue when reading Shakespeare, said Millard.  He said it was in his third year  of university when he was suddenly stuck with the brilliance  of the works.  "It was like discovering the  planets or a new continent," said  Millard.  Given Shakespeare's limited  background and age, Millard  said he fell the playwright was  years ahead of his contemporaries in his sympathy and  understanding of women's and  racial issues; in his suggestions  of violence, fear, death and his  endless sexual puns.  "He seems to understand  everything," said Millard. "(His  writing) penetrates to the heart  of human experience."  You can read a play and  think it means one thing and  then read it again and it's the  opposite point of view."  How important is it that  everyone read and understand  Shakespeare? Millard answered;  "You can live without it I suppose, but you can live without  Ihe sun."  Documenting details of working in the woods  Working in tht Woods: A History of Logging on the West Coast, by Ken Drushka  From bulls to balloons, from horses lo  helicopters, Working in the Woods chronicles the myriad changes which have swept  through West Coast logging since Captain  Vancouver came ashore to cut spars in the  18th century.  By far the most authoritative book ever  written on the history of British Columbia's  logging industry, Working in the Woods  combines meticulous research and colourful  oral accounts with rarely seen historical photographs.  Author Ken Drushka, one of Canada's  foremost writers on forest industry matters,  has left no stone unturned in solving such  mysteries as what happened to the swashbuckling boss-logger Jesse James (he choked  to death on a beef steak) or what became of  the once-dominant IEL Chainsaw company  (it was sold to the Electrolux vacuum cleaner  The resulting book is both a  definitive history and an  evocative human account of  tbe early days of logging'  corporation).  In addition he documents such major  events as Ihe disappearance of railroad logging and the emergence of the large corporations and offers some well-turned opinions  on what the industry must do to adjust to  changing times.  Working in the Woods brings history to  life with tales from the men who felled  mammoth trees with primitive hand tools,  then hauled them out through the wet,  muddy conditions of the Coast by horse  team, steam train and truck.  Drushka travelled the Coast And islands  looking for these oldtimers, taping their stories and borrowing their never-before-seen  photos.  The resulting book is both a definitive  history and an evocative human account of  the early days of logging.  Drushka worked as a reporter for the  Globe and Mail before spending 16 years in  the forest industry as a logger, a silviculture  contractor and the operator of a custom  sawmill.  He is Ihe author of Stumped: The Forest  Industry in Transition, Against Wind and  Weather: A History of the BC Towboat  Industry, and many articles and essays. He is  co-author with Ian Mahood of Three Men  and a Forester.  Drushka will be signing copies of Working in the Woods at Books and Stuff, Trail  Bay Mall in Sechelt, at 2 pm, Friday, Nov. 6.  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-77.25 or 885-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  COAST^NEWS  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  Now available  BC Hydro Reservoir  Debris Removal  Program Update  As part of an ongoing multi-million dollar program,  B.C. Hydro now invests over a million dollars  each year removing debris from its reservoirs  to provide a safer and more acceptable environment  for recreational and other users.  If you are interested or would like more  information about reservoir management,  debris removal or safety:  please call  your local B.C. Hydro office or  1-800-663-1377 (toll-free)  for your free copy of the  B.C. Hydro Reservoir  Debris Removal Program Update  BC hydro SS  Woodwind workshop in works  A Woodwind Workshop sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Music  Society as part of its ongoing commitment to encourage excellence  in music on the Sunshine Coast will be held Sunday, Nov. 8 from  1:30 pm to 4:30 pm at St. John's Church hall, Wilson Creek. Readers  may remember the successful musical put on by this group last summer, Anne of Green Gables.  Featuring both clarinet and flute, two excellent musicians will be  coming to the Coasl especially to give instruction. Ann Katheryn  Coope has her Bachelor of Music from UBC in clarinet performance  and her Master of Music from N.W. University of Chicago, also in  clarinet performance. She plays with the Vancouver Symphony  Orchestra, the CBC Ensemble and teaches at the Vancouver Academy of Music.  Julie Rutler, flutist, studied and taught in England. She is in  British Columbia for a year teaching at the Powell River Academy of  Music. Phone Lyn Vernon to register at 886-0995.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  CEDAR-RR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  a_H Coast News, November 2, 1992 13  leisure  Bedding down in backyard art  by Stuart Burnside  From the front the house  looks no different from any  other human habitation in middle-Canada. There is a car, a  motorcycle and a motorboat in  the driveway, the lawn is neatly  clipped and the whole effect is  one of a smooth blending with  the neighbouring Joneses. Inside  the house is pleasant with its  wall-to-wall carpeting, exuberant kids and small dog.  It's only when you hit the  backyard that accepted and  understood suburbia becomes  intentionally bent and requires  explanation.  An old, leaky row boat has  been sawn in half, painted blue  and green, then placed for full  visual advantage on different  parts of the the lawn with stern  and bow pointing to the sky; a  non functional clothes drier is  painted black and blue with a  fluorescent orange cord which is  plugged into a tree; there is a  fully functional wooden gate  standing by itself in the centre  of an expanse of grass with no  fence near it, and looking up  one sees a birdhouse in the  shape of a fish body with the  head of a cat.  Gibsons resident Roberta  Atkins calls it 'Backyard Art,"  and her backyard is full of it.  According to Atkins, Backyard Art is a concept using  items that might otherwise be  thrown away, items that have  out lived there usefulness in  practical terms but retain a visual appeal somewhere beneath  the manufactured exterior, all  one has to do is find it.  And no one has tried harder  than Atkins.  "The gate is what started it,"  SUIXICOAST MOTORS LTD  Backyard art of Roberta Atkinson - filling the normal with the not-so-normul.  said Atkins last week. "I was  back East and my husband did  some work in the backyard  while I was gone." The work  included extending an existing  fence some 30 feet farther away  from the house and he left Ihe  old gate standing as a bil of a  joke for his wife when she  returned.  "I though it was wonderful,"  said Atkins of the discovery of  the gate, "and , like the Rolling  Stones, I wanted to 'paint it  black.'"  So she did. Then she painted  silver in circular motions over  the black and attached a paint-  crowning measure.  "I use just about anything  that I think is interesting,"  Atkins says of her backyard art,  including old tools, items dug  up by her neighbours, or the  occasional broken ashtray ...  anything that provides a visual  impact.  There is even a large, wooden bedstead, without mattress,  placed around a small flower  garden. Atkins calls it a her  'flowerbed'.  "My friends though that I  was coo-coo when I first started," Atkins said, "but now they  think it's interesting."  The masterpiece is not, however, finished yet. According to  Alkins, she's toying with the  idea of cutting a car in half and  adding it to the backyard visual  delights. "Maybe we could put  plants in them, or something."  Whatever the outcome,  Alkins stands to have one of the  most unique yards on the  Coast, and one which serves a  double purpose ... Not only is  she creating an artistic treat in  an unexpected setting, she is  keeping thai much more material out of an already taxed landfill.  Hallowing the Celts, Druids, Samhain  by Roxanne Gregory  Ghosts, goblins, witches,  devils and myriads of other costumed souls wander the streets  and laneways of the Sunshine  Coast Hallowe'en night. Uugh:  ter erupts from houses where  masquerades last far beyond the  witching hour of midnight.  Businesses are festooned with  skeletons and orange crepe  paper pumpkins.  Cobwebs sweep from the  ceilings of pharmacies and otherwise conservative banks. Little do most people realize they  are participating in an ancient  celebration more than 2,000  years old.  Warlike tribes of Celts, who  inhabited ancient Europe, celebrated the beginning of their  New Year, Nov. I. Their New  Year's Eve began with a celebration honouring Samhain, the  Celtic god of death. It was on  this evening that people extinguished their hearth fires, while  Druid priests and priestesses lit  huge bonfires of sacred oak  branches.  The Cells believed in a life  after death and on this night  Samhain allowed souls of the  dead to return to their loved  Primary students Craig Lunty and Erin Bullivant prep a pumpkin for Cedar Grove's annual pumpkin festival.  Joel Johnstone photo  ones. During Samhain, people  burned offerings of food, animals and occasionally sacrificed  humans. They dressed in costumes made of animal heads and  skins and read prophecies in the  burnt offerings. On New Year's  Day, people relit their hearth  fires with the embers from the  bonfires.  When the Romans finally  conquered the Celts in the first  century AD, they combined two  of their fall festivals with  Samhain. Feralia was a celebration held in late October to hon  our the dead. The festival of  Pomona. Goddess of fruits and  trees, was also incorporated into  Samhain. This may have been  the first lime apples were associated with Samhain.  ���" Celtic'tradition survived into  times of Christianity, and in 800  AD the church established All  Saints Day on Nov. I, and people incorporated various parts of  the pagan tradition into the  Christian celebration. The Mass  said on this day was Allhallow-  mas, and so the evening of Oct.  31 became known as All Hallowe'en.  In early Ireland, people  dressed as animals went begging for food from the God  Muck Olla on this night. In  Scotland people walked through  the countryside carrying lit  torches. They burned bonfires to  disperse demons and witches.  The English poor went begging  on All Soul's Day, Nov. 2, and  received pastries called soul-  cakes in exchange for promises  \o pray for the dead.  Today we celebrate this timeless tradition with parties of celebration, bonfires and fireworks  and offerings of food for costumed children.  Spilsbury story taking off on CBC November 13  Amid talk of complicated mergers and  hostile takeovers, it's easy to forget how the  Canadian airline industry used to operate.  Spilsbury's Coast, a new documentary airing  nationally on CBC Reflections Nov. 13,  recalls the halcyon days of Canada's emerging air travel industry.  When Jim Soilsburv was buildine Oueen  air carrier, his float plane pilots were  instructed to look down for large red arrows  on the end of wharves as Iheir signal to land  and pick up passengers. Always an innovator, Spilsbury contravened federal regulations by fastening skis to the wheel mounts  of planes in order to land ihem on frozen  lakes."The world I know has more than  Spilsbury.  After being forced lo sell oul to Pacific  Western Airlines, which in turn grew into  Canadian Airlines International, Spilsbury  enjoyed a distinguished career as an inventor  of shortwave radio equipment.  Spilsbury's Coasl has been produced with  the assistance of the National Film Board.  j  Fresh  Brewed  Coffee  for your office  or place of business  Call Doug at 886-7686  Audrey's  Coffee  Service  Office and Restaurant  .  Supplies and Equipment  IF YOU WANT YOUR KIDS TO  GET BETTER GRADES, DO  YOUR HOMEWORK  Discover how Sylvan Learning Centre can give your child the  educational edge that makes a difference. In our stress-free,  positive environment, children become excited about learning.  You can see It on their faces ��� and on their report cards.  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ENTERPRISES  Welding and Fabricating ��� Equipment Repairs  Steel ��� Stainless Steel * Aluminum  Sorting tho Forest, Merino end Construction  Industries on (ft* Sunshine Coast  SHOP & MOBILE  HOWARD LANG        U6-3231        CEL. M90431  MARINE SERVICES  s  weeaneer  Marina ff Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C Thtrmrjglass &__ "fy^U -  Cabra Boats now   ss���   ��� ~- V^iv*"  In-Stock  ���-'.NsMUsV  [OUTBOARDS  GIBSONS: 886-0225  SECHELT: 885-6422  s % Vuu t_ Hui, 6* S<u Mm_mU __  Mt+m  *��a        t  i)  N��  Chatelech spikes v'ball victory  hy Roxanne Gregory  Chatelech Junior girls beat Pender Harbour  Junior girls volleyball team in a series of exhibition games Wednesday at Chatelech. This ongoing coastal rivalry between ihe two teams saw  PUSS Ihe winner in Ihree out of five games with  Chatelech Oct. 21.  Suzanne Cameron, coach of the Chatelech  F.aglcs, was enthusiastic. "I think both teams  played well, but our girls were ready to beat this  team. They were outstanding in winning four  games out of five. Our team is pretty big with 15  girls, and everyone went into these games. PUSS  heal us three games out of five the week before,  but they were close games. We've been working  really hard and the girls are just thrilled."  Cameron continued: "It's been really lough trying to organize games for the girls Ihis year. There  seem to be fewer girls' teams to compete against,  ll may be because of a lack of funding for extracurricular sports programs, or the fact that the  teams are coached by teachers, who are already  stretched pretty thin. Maybe it's the isolation on  (he Coast. It's been hard, and the girls really  deserve the opportunity to play competitively."  PHSS coach Jane Ostachek was proud of the  way her girls played."! see this as a building year.  Most of the team are grade nine students who will  have another year in juniors before Ihey move on  to the senior level. They accomplished the strategies we have been working toward. The team has  10 players with six on the court at any time. There  is equal time for all of the girls."  Both PHSS and Chatelech's junior girls' teams  will be playing Texada Island in Pender Harbour  and in Sechelt today. On Thursday PHSS will be  in Powell River playing Brooks Junior Secondary.  The PHSS Bantam girls will also be in Powell  River on Thursday.  The PHSS Senior girls will be playing in a  mini-tournament series against Elphinstone and  Pemberton Friday, Oct. 30 at Elphinstone.  Sibsohs Shito bi Itgnui  KARATE CLUB  13 Yean on the  Sunshine Coatt  WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS  Place: St. Aldan's Hall, Roberts Creek  Time: Adults, 7:30 - 9:00 Tues. I Thurs.  10:30-12:00 Sunday am  Kids, 5:30-6:30 Tu6S.i Thurs.  COST: $20 per monlh  contact: James McCarthy  885-0261  Celeste Trevor  886-8810 886-9454  bridge comer  by Rudy Notzl  Sunshine Coasl Bridge Club Winners Oct. 14 were first, Wilbur  Rousseau with Marilynn Lyons followed by Kate Webb and Patti  Phillips. Winners Oct. 19 with a big 76 percent game were Jean  Coyle and Patti Phillips, with second Bert Wickham and Tom Wood.  Learn how to play bridge  or how to play better - part II.  You do need a partner (bridge is played by iwo.pairt^jTjpaling  with each other), because hardly ever would you get enough points  to be able to promise to take the majority of 13 tricks contested (each  player has 13 cards so 13 rounds (tricks) will be played, the highest  card taking the trick).  So we take the first six for granted and start counting the seventh  as one in a suit ranked: clubs (lowest), diamonds, hearts, spades, and  then there is a play where all suits are equal - a non-trump contract.  To be continued....  Coming up: SCBC Charity Game on Monday, Nov. 16. Lots of  master points for the ACBL members and lots of prestige for the  competitors.  ACBL Contest: First, Pat Ashby; second, Jean Coyle; and third,  B.J. Miller.  On the job when you have to  wear hearing protection,  Wear the best,  Wear comfort.  Personalized Heating Molds  made at  GIBSONS HEARING CENTRE  Hearing tests by appointment  WCB Approved 886-3883  Approved  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  V      ALWEST  i&&b*/3    H0ME  fef^* SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Submit  sports  stories,  standings  Fancy your talent as a  local sports scribe?  Keep players, parents,  and the communty at large  informed of your exploits on  the field, in the gym, on the  ice, track or court.  From archery lo yachting,  The Coast News and Coast  News Weekender welcome  contributions, standings and  story ideas from sporls associations and clubs.  Give us a call with your  ideas, 886-2622, or submit  copy lo the Gibsons or  Sechell office.  i*      _ -VS^****     CLIPS. SAVE  IOBCF6RRI6S schedule  /ANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY -LANGDALE  Leave Langdale       Leave Horseshoe Bay  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Earls Cove Leave Saltery Bay  6:20 am     4:30 pm 7:30 am  8:30 6:30       9:30 M  10:30 8:20 M    11:30  12:25 pmMMM.,*A*. 1:15 pm  J.JJQ   On ��AV|a\tlll��al��lll���� ���*���"�����  3:30  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  6:40 am     4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30        8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  M-<am>hi  5:45 am 3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M 7:30  ,....���... 11:30 9:20  Tnm am tm Htln-a) DM. 21,24, M, 27,21,1N2,  Ml 10,11,12, im ( My 21,22,21,24, MM,  Dm Earrti C���� 2:90 pan. L���� SalMry S��y 1:10 pm.  Sussex!  Realty J  aSSaSSBSS^tWb  Your mainland connection.  Service is our business.  885-6102  ���  669-8238 (toll free) 16  Coast News, November 2, 1992  Take Advantage of our Next.' Classified Ad Special  Aun 3>owr classified ad <_* times  ciwicl fray _/e>y only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  'EZ  VESTER INTERIORS  V  * Pfowci aMooooonwiit  ��� Drafting S��rvK����  t Honging  BILL 886-3463  1990 35' Terry Ftesort. that looks  at good as arty '92 ana worth  $16,500 I'm looking lor land with a  volua anywhere trom $16,500 lo  $25,000 Any ideas' Call Kan at  886-9661 or lax 966-0399    49w  3 Ddrm 2 level house. 240tn85H  lot 30i15 workshop Madeira  Park. $86.000.874-2213      *6a>  1560 sq.tt 3 bdrm rancher 3 yrs  old. W Sechell close to corner  store and school 2 bains. La FR.  2 car garage/opener and lenced  backyard. $144.900.885-4421 No  Agenls Please. 46w  For sale - Ocean Mount Gibsons  level 01 119X173' Fully serviced,  ready to build Call owner 886  7550 $64,000. 46cn  No down payment 3 bdrm house  with 2 bdrm basemenl suite. Gibsons $139,000 886-9245   4Scn  Gibsons 3 bdrm townhouse  Upper Gibsons includes 5 appl..  end unit with big yard $99,500  886-8064 45w  NRS GIBSONS REALTY LTD  MORTGAGE UPDATE  mo.   1 yr. Tayr.  3 yr.  4yr.  5yr.  0.70     1.00    0.2S  0.50    1.70   1.25    0.00    0.70  0.70    0.00    0.2*  Ijjjj jet* Primal Rate 7.70%  Call ma now lor a Irao marital  ���valuation ot your property  Jerry Ridgewell  Office: 886-2277  Res: 886-0240  7 Love To Sell Real Estate  CLASSIFICATIONS  1.   Houm A Property  <<T\  l    Bartht  ������     In weHvOnsni  *.   ThMkYou  1.    Ptrtorwl  GREAT)  7.    AnnouncsfTMnl  9.    nVQVMnon  w.    WwdnQ# ���  vDEA/  c n A)se*ojnaaef*aTi ���  10.  Lani  11.  Found  12. MetLIVMtock  11. Muelc  maamamm  14. Travel  ^____________\f  11. Wanted  aaaa  10. Fran  17. Oarage Salwa  w  10. Bartaar 4 Trade  w.  Bed and Bnektaat  It. Aaplanoae  11.  For Rent  20. Furniture  12.  Commerclel lor Rent  tl. Ferial*  11.  Entertalnnwni  &��� Hwvy Equipment  J4.  Help Wanted  M. Mm  M.  Buelneee end Home  M. Tnek*  Services  a. Carapera  30.  Work Wanted  ^e. raaowa  17.  Child Cam  er. Mcvaw llowaee  10.  Buelneee OpportunNlee  ae.  awaawreyciee  N.  level  a. Wanted Id Rent  40.  Too Lata loCaaaaaty  DROP OFP VOUR  Dr���aBt News  LA  At any of our convenient  Friendly  H People Places mi  In Pender Harbour  AC IIUlLDINCa SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9511  MARINA PlIARMAtT  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  H.SJ STORE 885 9435  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CRHEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  IB   5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Docksidc Pharmacy)  886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Dave Orr and his great staff will help you place  your classified*, at AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Places In Pender Harbour.  SHAW ROAD  1600-*! It 3 Mini deluie linishing  3 Piece ensuite overlooking goll  course 866.3298 45*  Nice home. 1/3 acre with 1/50  share ol lot < moorage, near BiJ  store Has 2 txjrms up and 1 down.  Bsml marly compleled win kitchenette 2nd bathroom, rec room  and storage Trent and Debbie  B8S-6191 45cn  LOT WANTED  For retirement house, approx t/2  acre, some Irees. Redroolts to  Glbaons Call Don 987-9117 (Van.)  collect alter 6 pm. M5W  Wanted - mobile on large lot.  Roberts Creek to Gibsons 88S-  6396. M5W  Thanking ot tailing?  Wanted, small acreage with house  (preferably newer). Roberts Creek  to Davis Bay area. Not on highway 885-7776 45cn  View lot Hat, ready to build, etc.  Hillcrest Rd. 696-2751        44*  Aftoraable quality home by builder,  1400 sq.ft. up. Large rec room or  potential in-law down. Nice area -  close lo all amenities. Call Craig or  Heather 886-2352 44*  BRAND NEW  Central Gibsons, quiet area, easy  walk to mall and school. 3 bdrm. 2  bath, approx. 1350 sq.tt., kitchen  w/nook and Ig. deck. Garage and  carport, 3 appl. GST incl.  $126,500.686-9859 44*  House for sale across from park,  close to stores and schools. High  ceiling, basement w\square windows, possible future revenue  apartment. Big landscaped yards.  5733 Dolphin. 44*  3 bdrm 1760 sq.ft. home plus  guest/rental cabin on .6 acre lot in  popular Welcome Woods. Views to  Merry Island. Close to school.  $159,900,885-7000.        44*  Couple with 2 young children are  looking lor acreage lo build a family home. Gibsons ��� Wilson Creek  area. 896-2963 44cn  One acre with 1600 sq. tt. house,  lenced, fruit trees, Cedar Grove  area. $150,000.986-7727.#44cn  752 Hwy. 101,50x268 lot, 3 bdm.  older house. $165.000.866-9049  ss  Brand No* ��� Greet Location  Side-by-side 1/2 duplex, 3 bdrm., 2  lull bath ��� large sundeck, garage  and carpon, 3 appl., $128,500.  Hilda 298-5215 Sutton Group  Excel. M4W  JOSSUL Terrence Wikawi of Gab-  sons. BC aed suddenly on October 21. 1992. age 47. Sadly  missed and lovingly remembered  by his wile ol 25 years. Linda ol  Gibsons, daughter Ten ot New  Westminster, mother Helen Barrett  ot Cumberland brothers Steven  (Rose) ol Nanaimo and Bryan  (Ann) ot North Vancouver.  Terry worked in the Courte-  nay area in the logging industry tor  many years until a severe iniury  lorced ham to seek retraining as a  iug scaler which led to his reaoca-  ton in Gibsons, where he and his  lamily established their home in  Langdale.  As a member ol Gibsons Legion  Branch 1109. Terry was an enthusiastic cards and snooker player  and he look great pleasure in daily  crib competitions with his close  buddies He loved the outdoors,  was an avia hunter and fisherman,  and his lavounte companion was  his dog Rutus, who accompanied  hem everywhere.  Terry leaves a wealth ot lamily and  Inends who will remember him as  a loving husband and father, and a  gentle, canng man with a remarkable sense of humour. His acceptance ol everyone was absolute  and unreserved and he held special places in his head lor children  and seniors.  Cremation was conducted by First  Memorial Funeral Services of Vancouver. No service by request. In  lieu ol flowers, donations to tne BC  Heart Foundation or charity  ol choice would be appreciated.  Family and Inends are invited to  attend a gathering to celebrate  Terry's lite, to be held on November 14,1992 at 1:00 pm at the  Legion Hall, Branch ��109, 747  Sunshine Coast Highway, Gibsons, BC.  ���See Ya, Joss1  44cn  WALKER: Margaret (nee  Hollingsworth) born January 16,  1924 Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia.  Died suddenly October 22,1992 in  New Westminster. Survived by her  devoted husband Gordon ot 47  years; her most beloved sister,  Freda Huggard; her 3 daughters,  Debbie Paterson (Alex), Margaret  Folino (Nick), Patricia Maximick  (Ron); 7 sons, Gordon, Leonard  (Eva), Wayne (Zena), Ronald  (Heather), Randy (Ann), Joseph  (Sally), John (Joan). Her most precious gems, her 23 grandchildren  and her great-grandson. Service  was held at the Kingdom Hall of  Jehovah's Witnesses, 120 -10th  Street, Ne* Westminster at 3 pm  Saturday, October 24, 1992.  Attended by 132 family and  Iriends. <44cn  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  IWe Cowrie St, Box 1210  S��cMtt,BC.,V0N3AO  005-3211 FAX 000-2000  Van. Toll Fro. I  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic  homestead, gardens, orchard  1400 sq. ft. home. $135,000  Phone 474-5936. ss  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redrooffs  controlled subdivision, $49,500.1-  229-9690. ss  48 x 330' of prime low bank waterfront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be lixed up lor  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Tounst Commercial (C-2).  Double garage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jennifer 1-669-  7070. ss  SAVE 30%  on Royal Doulton  Bunnykins  & Royal Allien Beatrix  Poller Infanta k Children's  China Sets  SECHELT HARDWARE  885*2171  "Bring back the memories"  I'd like to lhank the young man  who lound and turned in a pair of  men's slippers at the Lotto centre.  44cn  If  ICLVSIOXS  ParaTa-tagAfa^cHOtcatJon?  Illusions Ftestaurant has full  facilrties lor large or smaH  groups. Banquel or  a-la-carte menu available.  For mora information call  GRANT: Passed away Oct. 28,  1992, William Francis Grant, late  of Madeira Park, age 54 years.  Survived by his loving wife Violet;  2 daughters, Lana and Kathy; 1  granddaughter Nchole; his mother  Winnifred; 2 brothers, Don and  Bob. Funeral service Wed. Nov. 4  at 1 pm in the chapel of Devlin  Funeral Home, Gibsons. Cremation to follow. Remembrance donations may be made to the Kidney  Foundation ot Canada.      44cn  crew  SPARKLE  CAR CLEAN  S86-0355  WASH & VACUUM  only'W  Plus: Engine Pressure wash  Waxing  Interior Shampoo  Auto Detailing  022 Hough U. off Hwy 101  Cabsons  ALMA SKAE will be in Gibsons  Nov. 10111. Psychic readings,  Bach (lowers For into call  3224. M4W  BROOKS a MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  i MOajMaal  - ,���., ..a, 1'a.rrta  ,, AM(\*>ur��ol  .1  tfw i (.in,!.,*       ���!''  Bill Wood      tt. .  SECHELT  A Bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  DYKE'S DIAPERS  new to the Sunshine Coast! 100%  cotton tlanneattte (liners included)  diapers with velcto closures. 3  sires available, ideal shower and  baby gifts. Call Judy 965-3412.  ���46W  Our Virginia has turned SO. My  how the years go so quickly. A  word oi advice on keeping stable,  stay oft ot glass-top tables. Happy  50th on Nov. 9. The Phantom.  1440*1  ���BtMZIUmqiHIDES  Exiluih* Imports from  South America  ] V't.tllt.l S|. .Ill* Si lll|i|lllt-*)  WimII .ttvinHifc 11.4.11k*.  *-il.n. I'tW.il Hr (ai-nn  K..* Slone* ty.i.Hi/. t-ii )  Agate- & Aitirllittl (.r.>*.,-*  (Mtrtiiki k Snlirici on  Virion ncki  I'tili-Jinl Affile ( i i.Hiri  Ii -.k Kml Sell  Kxi|iii��.iir i l.iv Ain.t/i >n I'ottrry  limine. 11,,lira Well. I - 4 pm  Ilnu.. Fri It Sal 10 am - 4 pm  UTO Noma Rat. (oil Maaoa Rat.)  W.,1 S>c*lt-88M17��  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  ; Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  F10 Galanti electric organ $100.  895-7007 45cn  Piano, like new $1750 - 663-2329  CONVIRT1NO  TOGASt  GE, Jenn-Air,  MoakChef&  Caloric  GAS RANGES  all available of  SICHIU  POtMtTUIIlAMD  Sunshine Cooit Hwy,  Sechelt  885-5756  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  895-7983.24 hour lino.      TFN  Adult children of Alcoholics or dyslunctlonal tarries please call 886-  3949 or 8854622 tor help. NC  Let the Hillside Family Restaurant  plan yout Christmas Party. No  booking too big or too small. Call  686-2993 ask tor SfatMon.��44W  Wall our showroom  A warafwuee  5631 Wharf Rd.  885-7171  Hospital Auxiliary Gibsons Branch  5th Annual Bazaar, Gibsons United Church Hall, Sat. Nov. 14,11  am ��� 3 pm. Lunch will be available.  Everyone welcome. There's something for everyone. 45*  NEW MANAGEMENT  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home Park  is now under new ownership and  management. We still have 5 sites  available for new homes. Show  homes available lor viewing. Contact Sylvia McLean, tr. <106, 886-  2597,597-3322 TFN  FOOT MASSAGE  Certified reflexologist. Please  phone for appoint. 865-5512 or  886-9234 45w  Lo* Impact Aerobics  Every Mon and Tues. 9:30-10:30  am Jolly Roger until Dec. 1. Drop  In! For Information call Cheryl 885-  4146 or Rhonda 895-0140   45w  Do you own a  Sewing .Machine?  Have it  Serviced  (not repaired)  for only  $m  ANY Mm m MODI I  ONE DAY ONLY  Sat. Nov. 7th  Trail Bay Centie, Sechek mSillS  Your lite is in your hands. Palmistry and l-Ching readings by  Oometria. By appointments only  8850261. 45cn  Counselling for men or women.  Making sense ol anger, confusion,  depression. Duncan Fraser 885-  0687 44w  Cameo Singles Club - dinners,  dancing, hiking, crib. 885-9968,  896-7054. #46W  Sunshine Coast gay and lesbian  group invites new members For  information write Box 361, c/o  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons,  BC VON 1V0. *"5W  Announcements  POTTERY SALE  Handcrafted stoneware by Elaine  Futtormon and Mike Allegretti.  Creek Clayworks sludio open  house, Sat. and Sun., Nov. 21 and  22,10 am to 4 pm. 1738 Lcckyer  Rd., Roberts Creek. Phone 885-  2395 for information or directions.  46*  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 866-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565. NC  GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT  Craniosacral, Shiatsu, Polarity,  Reiki. 20 yrs. prolessional bodywork practitioner offers pain relief  and relaxation. Usha 866-2750.  444W  Professional Skate  Sharpening and Repair at  Trail Bay Sport*  Drep-Otl*  Pander Harbour ��� Sechelt Shall  Swhelt ��� Trail Bay Sports  Gibaona ��� Frontrunrwrs  (Glbeon. Park Plaaa)  Rockortng  Class of '83 Reunion rreting Nov.  4,7:30 pm. Elphinstone Secondary  School or call 8964553,886-7331  4401  Rosemarie's  Boutique  Sole  _l_U______n  Cotton & Wool Sweaters  Marina Wool Fashions  Nylon, Cotton Lined  Ladies' and Men's  Sports Suits  Leather Belts  Open Tut* ��� Thun.  11:00 tm -5:00 pm  Anytime by appointment  6396 Norvan Road,  We*t Sechelt-835-5821  DISCRIMI.NATING  TRAVELLERS)  Enrich your Ovaraaaa Tiip wilh a  CUflCMUfDITIMIlUr  lio*(WATCIM-U1MVH  CONSULTANTS  885-8933  Claim 'UUMFUNDof our  $40 Im whan you book your  trip through SUTC laTAVtl  886-3381  Enquira aboul our Selection ol  'Cruite Touia  *CiuIm and Roil Combinationa  'MaeltnaPanpla Programa  ���Arcommodolion wilh Fomiliea  ���Or o Pockaga Tailored lo  Your Spacral Inlere.la  Will buy used or non-working  maior appliances. Bjorn 865-7697  44*  Quality reconditioned appliances,  washers, dryers, stoves, dishwashers, fridges. Biorn 865-7897 or  Comer Cupboard 6854434.  44*  18 cu. tt. Iridge, no Ireezer, $350  washer, new pump, clutch , $200:  elec. stove, new cond., $200.885-  6395 I45W  Westinghouse 30' tange (white),  gd. cond., $100.886-2417.I45W  7 1/2 cubic ft. Ireezer, 2 yrs. old,  $270.8864826. I45W  G.E. American talisman stove  above and below, gd. cond., $200  OBO. 6654804. I45W  Cruise the Caribbean and party  with 3 ot the Blue Jays. Dec. 5,1  week Irom $1639/person. Limited  space. Call Bill of Incentive Travel,  685-5984 or 1-921-8131   46cn  Leam to scuba dive. Professional  instructors. Full Pad! Certitrcation.  Seasport Scuba. 865-9830 TFN  Apple 2E computer, colour monitor, 2 disk drive. 886-7947   44cn  Travel trailer in any condition. 866-  0996 45cn  TUFF���BOX  for small size PU, must be in good  shape and lockable. 886-8934.  TFNs  Canopy for S-15 truck, 5'x75". 886-  0928. ��46w  Photographer requires cow with  full udder for photo. Will consider  goat. Leave message at 886-2622.  TFN  bunkbods,c��IIJay��ie.  3276. *jm  Ttailer suitable for 1 person, to  occupy Oct. thru Dec. 886-9563  TFNs  1 set of keys outside of Big Mac's,  Us8d microwave and small fridge.  Sechelt. 686-9039 44*    -035.3930,9.5. *44W  Black oval unicorn pendant; lost in e-track tape converter. 8864996.  Sechell, very sentimental. Reward TFNs                      44cn  Heavy table, exc. for workshop or  7 36'high X 81' long x 30'wide.  886-3071 4401  Old camper trailer frame, good lor  utility trailer, you haul. 885-3720.  TFNs  1972 Volvo 144S parts car. 886-  94X. ��44W  Cast Iron Wood Heater. 686-9690  45*  Chesterfield and chair. Good condition. 886-3775 44cn  USED FURNITURE FOR SALE  Items reduced by 10 % every 14  days. Dishwasher $225: overhead  range (gas) $395; kitchen table  and 4 chairs $100 and $40; couch  $65; couch, chair, ottoman $250  set; rectangular colfee table and 2  end tables $125 set; various sitting  chairs $45 and up; teak wall unit  $225; 5 drawer desk $125; manual  typewriter with lable $50; queen  size waterbed complete $125; bedroom dresser $50; cast iron bar  stools $45 each, set ot 6. On display at 1023 Venture Way Gibsons. Call Jack 686-0225 (days)  CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME  46w  Large contemporary style couch  and loveseat. New condition $325  O.B.O.B8f*M85,w       47cn,  17 cedar strip flat bottom canoe in  Garden Bay area. Please phone  883-9435 46cn  Ladies' gold watch: on the Langdale Ferry Fri. Oct 23. Reward.  Call Jean 995-6429 46w  Male, neut. cat, white with  orange/white face and large  orange markings on his back.  Comes to 'Patches'. Call 886-  9440. Lost near Payne/Reed Rds.  Young purebred male shepard,  unneutered, beautiful and well  trained. Possibly from Sechelt  area. 885-2251 44w  Blue diaper bag on Hwy 101,  Davis Bay. 885-6325 44*  Child's jacket in Davis Bay, Mon.  Oct. 26.865-2079 44cn  17.Garage Sales  Moving Solo  Nov 7th and 8th.  Items to be sold priced; chesterfield, dining set, TV's, lamps, misc.,  5792 Pebble Cres. Sechelt.  44*  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House lor oonfidential 24 hr. ser-  vice. 665-2944. TFN  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 e/doz. 8864039.  TFN  Buckskin mare 14 HH. Western  trained $800.885-7227    45w  TB mare 16 HH, 6 yrs, English,  quiet, sound, good tor beginner.  $2995 or lease. 266-0075 or 685-  2174 44*  Registered miniature Dachshund,  tern., 10 weeks. 885-9840.I46W  Mini dashund, red smooth male, 2  yrs. old, exc. with children and  pets, $200.666-9595.     ��45W  Wanted, 300-500 Ib. beef-type  call. 896-9108. ��44cn  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 896-  4716orMariee Fashions.    NC  Help reduce the pel over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  We play the music you want lo  hear. To book your Dance Music  call 884-5430 49cn  PIANO TUNING  For service and repair call Sunshine Piano 885-3168    47cn  GIBSONS  FrinkllnRoid  OARAGE  . \Wm^km\Wmw  Ibkxkiof  goodstuffi  wwrday.nov.7  10am-Noon  French Provincial dining room  suite, 6 chairs, buffet, new cond.  $1900.885-7616 46cn  Large traditional walnut d/r suite  $1500. Round mahogany coffee  table $100.8860234      46cn  Walnut and leather chairs, $20 &  $30 ea. Mirrored narawood  wardrobe, $200; chest '0 drawers,  $60; mirrored marble hallstand,  $100 866-9029. H46W  Newly recovered, used sofa in floral tapestry, $249. Kem's Home  Furnishings. TFN  Couch and Love seal excellent  condition $700 O.B.O. 886-3317  45*  Kenmore FF Fridge 16 cu.tt. $275.  Shell unit oak veneer $50. China  Cabinet and hutch $400.885-2675  45*  Couch, loveseat and chair, gold  and rusts floral design $295.  Oueen size and supersingle  waterbeds with bookcase head-  boards $100 each. 686-321l45wr  Solid walnut D/R suite. Exc. Cond.  $625 O.B.O. 886-0461      45*  Gold velour hide-a-bed $300, teak  desk $350 and much more. Also  selection ot toddler items. 885-  4490. 45cn  New couch, love seal and swivel  rocker, dark blue. $850.8850168  45cn  Three pee. wall unit, oak finish,  brass handles, exc. cond., $300  each. $800 all 3 686-3103144W  TASTEBUD RECIPES  Fiom our kitchen to yours. Five  economical, nutritious kid-tested  recipes. Pis. send $2 in a SASE  envelope to Box 1674, Gibsons.  46w  Mutti family garage sale Saturday,  Nov. 7,103.986 North Road. Proceeds to support 'Voyage a Quebec' for French Immersion Students at Gibsons Elementary.  44cn  350 Chev aarrg compression tested.  Swap for cash or high performance  parts. 986-7227 TFN  1969 Buick GS California it's  match 350 Auto, Nds bodywork  otherwise mint. Swap tor best 4X4  valve $2000.888-7227       TFN  SUNCO  _  mm  Doora / Windowa / lir-Mlno.  Plumbing / Kitchen & Bathroom  Fialureaelc .  WSiTOMSIOIKOftCAU  ������s-taa*  5653 Wharf Rd.. Sechell  RECYC1E __ SAVE  CHICHAK0 RANCH  Gourmet honeys, vinegars, and jellies make great gifts - housewarm-  ing, birthday, Christmas  lor yourself.  886-7859  46cn  Troy built rololiller horse mod. New  5.5 hp Honda motor $800. Pioneer  chainsaw mod P41, 28' blade  $300. Cement mixer elec. motor  $175,885-2285 46w  5 hp single phase electric motor  $375,885-3887 44cn  Firewood for sale. $95 per cord.  Call Kreg 886-2238 46*  RR BEAMS  and rough lumber 883-2663 alter  6pm 46* Coast News, November 2, 1992  17  Take Advantage of oar IS/erv Classified Ad Special  Run your* classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Four aluminum BMW 735 wheel  rims, never used. Yamaha 650,  Twins motorcycle engine. Needs  somework. $100.883-2512 46cn  OH tumace, 123,000 BTU's. excel.  lent woiking condition. $200  O.B.O. 8654804 45*  Beautiful 8X10 hand-carved oriental area carpet $950, Jinny Lind  baby crib and mattress $75; baby  stroller $40; musical mobile crib  toy $20; New 30' bi-foU louvered  door $50: 2 sets Downhill skis.  polos and boots, tiie 8-9, excel-  lent cond. $80 each set. 885-0676  orB654680 46cn  Large F/P insert $250 ��� 2 display  boards 4X8 steel trame ond legs  120 each. 885-4422 46*  Press ond crusher for wine making  883-2353 46cn  Rockwell Beaver 38', motor, metal  stand ond 5 new knives, $350. tc  Citation, 46,000 miles, $1500.  Good naming oond. 886-740946cn  Sega system, good condilion.  $200.883-2602 44*  Boat House suitable tor 36 ft boal.  883-9855 45*  Steamer trunk, hardwood kilchen  table, 42x30, each $60.888-9746  45*  Dewalt Radial-arm saw; 8' table  $350; 5' leather padded bar; 10'  skilsaw; Paymaster dieque witter.  886-9690 45*  IT CAN HAPPEN  The Trail Bay Project: a community waterfront park in the heart of  Sechelt. Memberships $10.-  Books and Stutt, Trail Bay Mall.  Irtlormation 665-2339       45w  Antique ralltop desk (not oak) 883-  2661 45cn  Belmont upright piano, $1200;  older console RCA TV, $200;  turqoise vinyl sofa bed, $75.886-  2952. ��45W  Firewood, split, delivered, $90  cord. 886-7207 or 885.9297.a44W  V table saw/stand $150. 8'  portable table saw $150. Router  table $35 886-3792        45cn  BARGAINS!  9-1/2 cu. tt. G.E. Indge $50. 30'  Mortal stove $80. Sp. On washer  $50. Hoover 110v dryer $50.  Brass/glass display unit and table,  cost $1500, sachtice $300. 886-  8578 45cn  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  ROYAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES  Bt r-ompetitive prices.  Exdusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  885-2171  Open 7 days a woe*  Bausch $ Lomb Discoverer telescope, 15x60 Zoom, as new, professional tripod, $400 OBO. 885-  9262. M5W  Duncan (teachei) kiln, $450;  small Olympic kiln, $250; both exc.  work, cond., lurniture ind. 50 gallon stainless steel day mixer, with  motor, $250.886-9595.   ��45W  Friendly plastic, 15c ea., ceramic  glazes, $150 ea. Halo gold, platinum, copper, mother ol pearl, $5  ea. Prices below wholesale. 886-  9595. M5W  New Kerosene healer, 10,000  BTU, $175; mad. size portable dog  kennel, $75; Ladies size 12 wolf  jacket, $500 OBO; ladies suede  and leather coat with lur collar,  $125; Electrolux vacuum, $75.  886-3170. ��44cn  Firewood, 8 to 12' pieces, seasoned, $45 pickup load, delivered  Gibsons. 886-7774. ��46W  Quality evergreen hedging, reasonably priced. Free Sunshine  Coast delivery. 1-263-5054J46W  Used, 4' opaque, acrylic, sealed  domed skylight with aluminum  Irame. No damage, $50. 885-  5595. ��46W  LEE FOREST PRODUCTS  High quality seasoned alder firewood, $95/cord plus delivery. 865-  4814, cellular 1-250-2665.I46W  Lazyboy chair, nice shape $100.  FiaH head mount black bear skin. 8  HP Seats roto-tiller, moose rack,  large 885-4839 4fcn  Suede jacket, large size, New,  $250 O.B.O. Garetex winter jacket,  paid $500, sell $200 O.B.O. Jeff  885-9600. 4toi  Remote control airplane and helicopters complete with radios,  accessories. 885-3374  4601  Bondex plaster of paris, 22 Ib.  begs, $5 each. 886-9595 ��45W  Tandem trailer, 8x17 deck, 14.5  wtieefs,bralre5.886-7064.i44W  HONEY  Local unrpasteurized, by the buckel, or1|i4*JubB86-2127J4M  1980 Chev Citation V6 std., 1960  Chev Citation 4 cyl. auto., wrecking 1960 Chev Citation V6 auto. 2  dr., 4 tjres on wheels to lii Datsun  p/up, 4 ties on wheels to fit Datsun 210 sedan, 305 Chev V8,  Fibreglass ranopy for small truck.  12' alum, boat needs some work.  8634671 eves. 46cn  Satellite dish and all necessary  oguipmeril. 886-9851.    W5W  8 aluminum windows, 2 fl��2lt. lo  1 TiS plus storm door. 886-4804.  NSW  Try a  Classified Ad  offering a  Career Move.  We'll run  your ad in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRITT  ...and 100 more  B.C. & Yukon  community  newspapers  All for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000  readers  If you're  BUYING,  SELLING or  simply  TELLING,  it pays  to spread  the word.  Norco Bush Pilot bicycle, 21 sp.,  22' wheel, mint cond. no extras,  $200 060. Phone 865-3301, 5-7  pm. #45W  Steieo system, amplifier, turntable,  radio, EO speakers $80.665-4096  John 45cn  SOLID PINE SHELVES  4 shelves and hardware. 12' deep,  31-1/2' wide, 64' tall. Only $20  each. 885X3655 45cn  Front bench seat tor 1992 Blazer  S-10. Best otter 685-2342 45cn  SEASONED FIREWOOD  Split, oolivond  Gibsons 1100 cord  Sechelt $130 cord  88M110  45cn  5 pee. sectional black/  brown/rust/gold contemporary  design. $400. 886-9738 ot 686-  9752 45cn  Fisher air-tight insert $300. 886-  3677 44*  Ceramic tie $10/box; dishwasher  $100; N/gas waler lank $75; wash  basin $8; window louvers $40; 5th  wheel hitch $275; shed door $10.  886-9292 44*  Pool table $350; 2 office desks  $75 and $100; office credenza  $100; kitchen table and chairs,  green and brown $50.686-2202  44*  Jacuzzi tub for two, 6'X4', new.  44w  Waterbed and chest ot drawers,  $150; standard sz. bathtub, bone,  $50; Bundy clarinet, $150. 886-  7395. fM6w  Freeh salmon tor sale. 60 cents/lb.  Tim 885-4818 44*  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 885-9969.    TFN  350 Chevy engine good woiking  ccxadMion $450,2 men's Cowichan  sweaters and 2 ladies leather  mats. 886-9604 44w  10' Radial aim saw $400. 10'  Table sa* $500 Drill press $450  6' Bench gnnder $50. 8' Canopy  $1X. 885-2584 44cn  2 compiele sets scuba gear, also  dry nil 885-7377 44*  Arborite kilchen table and 4 chairs  $175. Exercise bike $35.885-4831  44*  King size quality solid pine 4  poster waveless waterbed, $250;  queen size boxspring and mattress, gd. cond., $100, JVC receiver w/equakzer, JVC cassette player and 2 ulttaliner speakers, package, $450.865-3114.     I44W  Cash paid lor anything old - tin ad  signs, pocket watches, dd clocks  (working or not), jewellery, lum.,  etc. 886-3905. *44W  Gourmet honeys, vinegars and jellies make great gifts - housewarm-  ing, birthday, Christmas, for yoursell  Wool matttess cover $60. 885-  5125 ss  Super-8 or regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod and light, $125.886-9420.  TFN  GOOD HAY  $5.00/Bale Delivered  Straw 15.00/oat.  Call Between 12-1 pm  883-1357  TFN  Sewer redding machine on trailer 3  hp engine, 6 bits up lo 10'. Excellent condtion. $450 885-9068.  SB  Airco Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 885-6276 SS  Grow Great garlic. Get ready lor  tall planting ot laige organic garlic.  One pack 20 cloves. ($5.00) incl  postage ^planting instructions.  Send lo Organic Creek Farm,  RRI2, S20, C-14, Gibsons, BC,  VON 1V0. TFNs  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 886-8204. ss  Parker ��� Hole X.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Merlin 444s Winchester,  Oueen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5467. ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, ergonomic  design grip belt, $850 OBO. 866-  7097. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Gram Onion Earth Station  M4-524(|  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES (LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 885-5669  Of 885-5801. TFN  1985 Renault Fuego, needs new  exhaust and brake lines. New low  profile Iront tires. Lots ot new  pads. Only SSOO. 886-0085 46cn  1969 Ford Escort LX 2 dt, 5 spd,  am/lm, a/c, 2 yr wan. 50,000 kms  $6700 O.B.O. 88W3226     46cn  1979 Olds Cutlass, all ne* running  gear. $3000.685-3374  46cn  1980 Citation LE 2 dr sdn, 4 cyl  Std. Looks, runs excellent PS, pb,  Rally package, new paint, 6 tires.  Priced tight - $900. B86-722746cn  1981 Audi 5000, needs work, take  as is. otters? 886-3071        46*  1960 Toyota Tercel great little  OTnmuter car. $11M O.B.O. 866-  8204 45*  1985 94,000 kms $1800  Chev Citation 11 V6, auto, w/OD.  ps, pb, 4 dr. lift back. Priced right.  Please phone 886-7227     45cn  1980 Sunbird $495. No rusl, 6 cyl,  auto., 99.500 kms. Good motor,  tjres etc. 886-7227 45cn  1977 Capti V6 STD, new tires,  suniool, nice int and body. $477  cash. 886-7227 45cn  1986 Jetta Slalom, loaded, 50,000  kms., show rm. cond., $9500 OB  0.886-8522. ��46W  1979 Malibu SW, 267 6cyl auto,  ps, pb, tilt, nice family car. $975  O.B.0.886-7227 45cn  '85 Pony, 4 dr. hatch back, like  new, super clean. 15,000 miles,  AM/FM cassette, blue with gray  interior. One owner, under cover  since new. Asking $2,400. 886-  4866. 45cn  Bathtub, good cond.686-9304  44w  3 hp, gas powered, ait compressor, good cond., complete with  regulator and water trap. $250  O.B.O. 686-3231 44w  Seamstress and home sewers -  tired of limited selection? Natural  fibres, better synthetics, hundreds  ol fabrics to choose Irom in your  own home. Service and quality  gijara.ileed.Gina8850996.M6*  '68 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500 886-2833 or 686-7484.  ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Aulo Parts  686-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beelle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234 ss  CHEAP! FBIAJ.S. SEIZED  89 MERCEDES $200  86 VW $50  87 MERCEDES $100  65 MUSTANG $50  Choose Irom thousands starting  $25 24 Hour Hotline. 601-379-  2935 Copyright ��BC104JCl45w  1980 Camaro 305 auto., Mops.  Rally nms. $2600. 865-7113.  ss  '$6 BUICK SPECIAL 2 dr., VB.  stored 17 yrs., rebuilt ditt.. $1200.  885-4804. ��45W  Good transportation -1976 Buick  Lesabre. $850; 1979 Pontiac  Parisienne S.W $1200. B85-9648.  Wood truck - work truck 1975 Ford  3/4 ton Camper Special-dub cab.  Strong 390,4 spd. $595.686-9449  44 vv  '86 Bronco II loaded, tilt, cruise,  pw., p.s., sun tool. V6, 5-spd,  4X4.8B5-2923 asking $7500 44*  ���81 Ford 150 cuslom super cab. 6  cyl., 4 speed Good condition  $2900.886-9096 44cn  1979 Chev 3/4 ton PU w/canopy,  good running cond., $1500  OBO.865-9969 TFN  '75 Chevy van ��� camperized,  $1750 OBO 685-6267, ader 6 pm  M4oi  1987 Chev PU. extended cab,  auto. V6 AM/FM tape, cruise, tilt,  liners extras, $6000 665-7495  ��45W  r  .CONSIGNMENT  WANTED  Rei  If you want your  vehicle sold  Mike ahevM a* teMI  MIKE PlIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  5645 Whart Rd.  S,,l,,.|t  883-4004  1966 Mercury Topaz - loaded,  runs exc, meticulous maintenance, super clean, 160,000 km  $3200 OBO. 686-4926       45cn  78 Honda Civic, exc. cond. $950  OBO. 73 VW Beetle $650 OBO.  Queen size waletbed $100 OBO.  3 10-spd. bikes $50 ea. 886-3309  attBpm 45cn  '87 Dodge Charger, 5 sp., one  owner, new exhaust system,  brakes & tires. $2500 OBO. 886-  3867. ��45W  78 Monte Carlo $1000 686-9125  4501  1963 Volvo 4 dr sedan, metallic  blue, sun-rool, cloth soots, alloy  wheels, fully loaded, 4 cyl. 5 sp.  S7500.886-8836 45cn  Foid BN tractor, rear blade, excel,  cond. $2500.885-7377       44w  1977 JD 410 backhoe, good working condition. $10,800 060. 886-  7372 or 885-5730. SS  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-2503  SS  wow  . - _ cvm  SPARKLE  CAR CLEAN  B86-0355  WASH & VACUUM  onlyW  Plus: Engine Pressure wash  Waxinu,  Inlerior Shampoo  Aulo Detailing  ��]] Hough Id. off Hwy 101  Gibsons           I960 Buck Century, excellenl con-  dtton.$950O.BO.886-852646w  1960 Mustang, running condtion,  needs work. $200 883-2952 46*  1987 Honda Accord 5 spd, air, 2nd  set of tires and rims. Great cond.  Full seivice records, $7999. 886-  2810 46*  1981 Chevy Impala 4 dr sdn.  Small V6, 4.4L. New tires, completely tuned up in exc. cond.  $1750 O.B.0.886-9500 anytime.  TFN  1978 Buick Regal 2 dr coupe,  loaded, exc. cond. $2200. 886-  0118 46cn  79 Firebird, good rubber, needs  engine, $500.885-4843.    146*  1986 Mercury 2 door sedan.  Excellent condition $5500. 883-  2512 46cn  Good Transportation. 1978 Buick  LeSabre, $650. 1979 Pontiac  Parisienne SW, $1200.885-9646  46*  1967 red Chev Sprint, exc cond.  $2500 O.B.O. 865-7930     46cn  1964 Corvetle Stingray $7500  OBO 885-4533 45cn  74 Ford Capri with stock alum,  rims. For parts 8854098    45cn  74 VW window van, good cond.,  runs well 886-9377 45cn  Very clean 19B4 Honda Civic,  2door hatchback. Hondamatlc,  sunrool. mech. sound. $3200.886-  7885 44*  '81 Acadian. Good running cond.  $400O.B.O.886-7302        44*  85 Nissan 300 ZX Turbo Fl auto,  fully loaded, excellent condilion.  $6500 OBO. 885-6022       44*  1981 powder blue Escort standard,  gd. cond., new muffler, $1000  OBO. 8854041. ��44W  1987 Mercury Tracer with sunroof,  cassette stereo, and more. Greal  cond. Immac. interior. $4500 OBO.  8859006 lv. message.       44w  Willys jeep trans, and transfer  care. 885-7377 45cn  1961 Buick Skylark, good cond.  866-3366 ss  Good selection used tres. wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885-4004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 OBO. 886-3848 55  1974 Datsun 2607 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  060886-7378 SS  J___  BODY REPAIRS  A PARTS/PAINTING  Restoration ��� Private  & Dealer Wholesale  TOWING  I  1178 Stewart Rd.  New N. M. Bypass  Car����ySterogaiAva>llaM.  1960 Plymouth Volari, 190,000  kms.. gd. cond., $2000.8854179.  MSW  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond, low  mileage $900 OBO 866-9025   ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor the  set, with covers, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 060. 865-1943.       ss  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $7,495.  886-7520 or 886-2111.        ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  Int/ext, rebuilt engine 8 transmission. Priced to sell $3850 Call 886-  8510 alter 6:00 pm. ss  1961 AMC, auto, good cond. No  rust. $1950 OBO 885-1942.  SS  1977 Volvo DL, rusty, reliable, new  parts. $500 060 685-1942.     ss  1971 LandRover - 88 completely  rebuilt. Oilers.. PTO Avail. 883-  2689. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellenl condition, new dual exhausl, radial t/a  low profile Ores. Sacrifice $3600 or  Irade up or down for family size  car or 11 ft. camper. 885-9068.  '77 Ventura, v-6 std. only 66,000  mi. Clean, new radiais, $750.885-  9553. ss  1985 Citation II, V6,4 spd. Only  33,000km. $3200.885-9553. ss  77 Camaro, 39,000 org. miles.  White int. excellenl. Rusty $950  060.886-2111 ss  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  886-7150. ss  Nauti-Care  MARINE MAINTENANCE  ��� Power & Sail Vessel  Winterizing  ��� Weekly & Monthly Cate  Seivice  ��� Mechanical. Electrical &  Fiberglass Repairs  ��� Bright Work Relinishing  ��Bottom Painling   IrVe enjo. dang the Unet.orabl6  885*3302  Starving tha Sunlhaaa Coail & Vancouvar  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-3040-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.    TFN  Yes1 There is a reliable local propeller tepait service. 885-5278.  TFN  12 It. aluminum boat $600. 885-  7167. 44SS  19' Inboard Clmket runabout, very  last and in top condition, surveyed  value $6500, otters & trades considered. 886-2738. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255 280 Leg. new engine, lo*  hours, lots ol exlras. $24,900  080.463-8919 or 46W959.    SS  19 II. Sealoner Volvo Penla  Calkins trailer needs exhaust man-  rtold, $3500. BB6-3457.        ss  27.Mobile Homes  ���81 Dodge 1/2 ton short box, slan- v-ameli; 19'�� " Cudd�� Cabin  dard. slant 6. nice paint job, no OB.885-4031 46*    rust or body filer, ne* box liner,  4���, be���h ava||able ��� Gibsons ,0,50 motate. 10x14 addition, sun-  $2200.886-7774. ��45W    Carina, Nov. 16 to March 31, deck, garden, vie* ol lake, close  $450. Conlact Dick Williams 886- to  Madeira Centre,  school.  2788 46cn $13,000 883-2555 45cn  1961 Chev Hon crew cab. $4000.  885-2584 44cn  MONSTER TRUCK  Pro-built, street legal, Dodge  trame, Dana axles, Jeep cab, Ford  power, custom int., 8000 Ib. winch,  pwr. hitch, $9000 or trade lor PU  truck, ski boat, 60s-70s muscle car  or? 8864888. ��44W  1992 Palhlinder. Save the GST.  $21,500.8858807 eves.    44cn  1979 E350 Ford van, $600 obo.  8855717 TFN  Full sin 1990 Dodge vsn, V6  aulo, $8500.886-8301        ss  1980 Chev 4 ton dump truck, 366  HP, 2 spd. rear end, 6-8 yd box,  $6500 lirm. 886-8550 eves, ss  79 Ford 12 passenger van, V8  auto good cond. $3295 OBO. 886-  7520 or 886-2111. ss  1986 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB.  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700.885-2836,885-7413  ss  '77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  1981 Ford F250.4x4 with lockbox  $5500.8864599. ss  26' F/G, diesel, cruiser, sate, economical, dependable, well insulated, holding tank, possible live-  aboard. Cruise 7 knots at 1 GPH.  Too many upgrades to list! Price  reduced for quick sale $16,500.  666-0085 46cn  Boat, motor and trailer: 15'  Islander, 55 HP Johnson, CAL  trailer, in good cond. $3200. 865  5400 46cn  SECHELT MUIIE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  MCMMC    M.N.A.M.S  M A B Y C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  885-3843  1978 Knight Schmit !4'x70' arctic  packages. 4 appis, wood heater,  500 gal propane tank, excel, cond.  Loaded with extras. Set up on pad  in Sechell $36,000 080 885-8939  45cn  Great starter home, 12x66 ��� 3 bedroom mobile home with 12'x16'  addition, completely set up in  S.C.M.H.P. Asking price $24,500.  Phone Larry 886-2442 or 886-  8075 lor viewing. I45W  28. Motorcycles  25.Campers  27 foot Holidaire Travel Trailer.  Fully equip. $9800.883-9771  45cn  Hunter's special. 6' camper  Wr jacks. $600.885-0737   46w  1975 GMC camper van. Good  tires, 6 cyl. auto. $1000 OBO. 883-  9979 ss  26' 1986 Komtort trailer. $11,800.  886-8504 44cn  1973 VW camper van in good  cond. S27X. 886-2963    44cn  8 It. overhead camper. Fridge,  stove 1 furnace, $800.886-9964.  I44W  1992 5th Wheel, 28tt. Terry,  loaded tlltout living room, $27,500.  885-7215. ��45W  1976 Dodge camperized van,  auto, p/s,p/b, cruise, rear bed, cupboards, icebox, sink, $1,500. 318  eng. 886-2512 ss  26' Thunderbird sailboat, 5 sails,  lully rigged. Needs TLC. 885-1924  46cn  Perlect winter projecl! Completed  mold/plans ��� 16 It. Row boat. To  be built with cedar strips. Finished  boat can be seen. $250 8857227  46*  Boat house suitable lor 36 It boat.  863-9855 45w  Boat house lor rent. Will accommodate 26II ��� 28 It boat. W/wo  services. Gunboat Bay. 1-936-  6918 eves. 45cn  15 It. F/G runabout, 35 HP, newer  canvas lop, $1000 lirm, lor quick  sale, 885-9282. ��45W  25 It Bayliner, lots ol extras,  radio, d/s, pwr. winch, etc.  Sleeps 5; galley and head. Ideal  lamily cruiser or for fishing.  Quick sale, $7500.880683645cn  1991 Ezzi-load galvanized boat  trailer for 15'or less. $600. 885-  2396 45cn  1986 RM125 exc. cond., 10 hrs on  rebuilt. Comes with helmet and  chest protector. Only $1100. 886-  0405 46cn  1990 CR80, mint cond. $1650.  863-2602 44*  1965 CR250 good running condition, $1000; pair lox riding boots,  size 7, $40.685-5202.    M6W  1983 Honda 600R, many new  parts, gd, cond., $1550.883-2557.  I44W  1986 CR125, gd. cond., lots fl  i extras, $'.200 OBO. 8864966 ot  886-2572. #45W  '66 Honda Aspencade, exc. cond.,  garage kept, $5500.886-9595. ss  1981 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculate 25,600 original K's,  $1250 OBO. 886-7378.       SS  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  oilers. 886-8622. ss  29.Wanted  to rent  3 bdrm house - Gibsons, have  pets. 885-3998 lor Decl  44*  House/cottage with yatd Hallmoon  Bay area. Single man. 885-9700  Aqua-Cat pontoon sailboat, good  Ar1lsl ^^ studi0 ^^ m g__,  cond. $350.886-7975     45cn      sons. Arthur 885-9659.   #45W  17' Hourston Glasscratt Highliner  trailer, 70 hp Johnson, tull canvas,  sounder, many extras, $4600  O.B.O. 885-9792 44w  Good 12 ft. aluminum boat $600 or  trade? 885-7167 ss  198120' double Eagle hardtop 200  HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6), Gibsons  Marina, $17,500.886-2694.  Langdale: Commuters, panoramic  view detached bach, cottage, laundry tacit, walk to lerry, adult oriented. $600 * util. Avail immed. 886-  0990 46w  New 3 bdrm, FR, 2 baths, nice cul-  de-sac area, Gibsons $695/mth. 1-  926-8495 44w  1985 Chev 3/4 ton 4x4. Everything  new or replaced. V8 auto. Part  hubs dual ban. Mint, no rust or  bondo. Canopy and 77 10'  Camper, Iridge, lurnace, stove,  oven, hyd. jacks. Exc. shape.  $8500 O.B.O. 886-9682      46w  1981 Bronco, rebuilt 302, quad  shocks, new dill. $5500 886-7854  46*  1975 Ford Pickup, camper special,  HD 3/4 ton, 360 V8. good shape  $1500.866-9424 46cn  1974 3/4 ton GMC, long Pu, iuOO  miles on rebuilt 350 engine, 17 S  20 gal. tanks, gd. mud. snow tires.  Clean, gaiage stored. Price negotiable 683-9298. *46w  1985 Blazer 4X4. tull size, auto.,  trailer hitch, $5400 080. 885-  4778. ��46w  1987 Nissan 4X4 XE 100,000 kms.  Duraliner, bush bar, sunroof, silver/burgundy canopy. No DFF  Road miles, new. M.S. Asking  $7,800. Lin 885-2995 45w  1 ton service van complete wilh  racks etc. Propane duals, new  motor 885-2699 or to vie* call  Petro Canada Kleindale 883-9327  45cn  '81 Chev 1/2 ton PU, 350, 4 sp���  good shape, $2500 060; '55 Ford  1/2 ton PU, disassembled, rebuilt,  flat head, $500.886-9979. <45W  1977 F150 Supercab Ford, tactory  canopy, reliable, $1000 OBO 885-  9282. ��45W  FOR ONE WEEK  In #Hf%#r fn# WaWtMafsy  Ov    WF*aTaaTaK��WlTal*aW,War   ��� ���fWJOfl  up to 10 words  as cents for each  additional word.  Frooi Lest.  Found * rr>  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  Swm Soil Classified*  $15 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be canceled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline * Not available la, comrrwrcr'al odVarlraef:  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday edition  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons 886-2622  Wookondor  NOON TUISDAY  Sechelt 885-3930  MMM  - r.-.��.<.,���   -,-.���. -.. 18 Coast News, November 2, 1992  Take Advantage of oar /Vt*n' ClttssiJ'ietl Att Special  Run your* classified ad 6 times,  andjpayjor- only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  1/54     Sechelt Offices  3S   Business 8.  Home Servn  2 bdrm trailer. Davis Bay  $500/m��T. 885-7511 44cn  2 bdrm man floor Lower Gibsons  Clean, spacious, yard, deck and  t/p. drapes. Irut irees. creek, available immediateiy/Nov. 15  $595mtn 886-8526 46*  Small nouse. West Sechelt N/S.  no pets. $40Ckmth 68548564601  2 bdrm main door with view Newly  decorated and carpeted, across  Gibsons Manna Hesiwat* rvs.  $625 View Sat 1-3 pm 456  Gower Poml Road. 1-8806111  46cn  Ne* cosy I bdrm nouse, tueplace  ii sive 2 blks trom Ferry Avail  Dec. 1, $750 a month 866-2533 or  886-7995 46cn  Avail immediately village 3 bdrm  house, n/s, rvp, $850.885-7730  46cn  2 bdrm mobile. Available Nov 1.  883-9569 or 572-3599       46cn  SecherfRedrootts 2 bdrm home,  easy care pnvale lot. Wood, airtight, range, fridge, $750/mth. 685-  7168 eves. 46cn  1 bdrm apt Central Gibsons $495,  3 bdrm house, central Gibsons,  near new $875,2 bdrm watertront,  blutl area. $775. Grant Realty.  686-3330 TFN  Gibsons: Newly renovated 3 bdrm  suite. Pnvate home $6507mth 1/2  util. 886-4688 or 980-2739  48cn  2+ bdrm n/manna, p/vtew, tor 1  Dec. $625.686-7400        46cn  Gibsons: room for rent, n/s, no  pets, Reed Rd. $300/mth. Nov. 1  886-0363. Ask for Greg.      46*  Gibsons: 3 bdrm watertront apt.  $61CvTttth 5251589 46cn  Lower Gibsons: Magnificent view,  brighl, 2 bdrm home, close to  ocean and town centre. $695/n*.  I      9674767 alt. 6"pm' 4&n  3 bdim house in Langdale, walk to  ferry and beaches, gorgeous  ocean view, fenced garden, fruit  trees and good neighbours. Professional couple, no pets preferred, 1 yr lease and rets  required. $950/mth. Avail. Nov. 15-  Dec/92.886-9427 45*  Furnished new clean bachelor  suite  upper  Gibsons   $400  includes utilities. Pnvate entrance  886-2294 alter 5 pm. 886-9804  45cn  1 bedroom suite $325 ��� hydro  883-2661 45cn  Gibsons - artist seeking NS. to rent  large pnvale room in townhouse.  $400 all incl 886-8288  MSN  Housekeeping rooms. Iridge.  stove, share washroom. 300-395  Weekly rales available George  885-9859 I45W  Io snare. 3 level to*nnouse. walk  ing distance to Sechell. $J50. mo  NS.avail.Nov 1 685-3970 46cn  1 bdrm suite. Upper Gibsons  Close to mall $550 plus 1/4 util  886-3107 45cn  West Sechelt, bright newly renovated i bdrm stale. F/S. hot water  > heat induded Near bus t laundry N/S. no pets. Rets req'd $500  mo. Avail, immediately. 885-9810.  45cn  Garden Bay - 2 bdrm house, all  amenities Call Joyce 883-9449  44*  Gibsons Watarrfront  1 Br furnished apt. with deck.  Weekly t monthly rates. 886-3792  45cn  Mobile home, Roberts Creek, 2  bdrm. no pels, $600/mo. Avail  immed. 885-9840. 146*  2 plus bdim. house. Madeira Park,  $50O/mo. 534-0184 or 888-2065.  146*  3 bdrm. view duplex, $600/mo., 2  bdrm. duplex, $500 plus utils,  phone att. 6 pm. 432-9879. ��46w  Gibsons - 2 bdim. apt., $550/mo.  886-7018. ��46w  Adull oriented modern 2 bdrm  house with view near Secret Cove.  5 appis. $600/mo. NS, no pets,  avail. Nov. 1. For appointment to  view call 883-2423. 45cn  Caretaker required to rent 4 bdim  executive home on 5 acres waterlront, Sakinaw Lake. $300/mth ���  util. AvaiL Nov. 15 to April 883-  1128 46cn  2 bdrm waterlront home, fireplace,  sundeck, view, all appis., avail.  Nov. 1.$750/mth. Call 734-5880  46cn  2 bdrm townhouse $790, refs.  Avail, immed. 1-731-1608 after 5  pm 45cn  Two bedioom house, tower Gibsons, view, all apoliances $700  pet month 886-3847 45cn  Gibsons Sue-green caipets. skylights. 3 bedrooms, 1-1 ? baths  totalling ovet 1600 sq tt ol spacious living, make this view Gibsons townhouse a bright sunny  home It you will look alter it. we  warn you lo live there HIS. relerences. $600.��� 1-926-045! 44w  4 bdrm apart. Lowet Gibsons.  $750. Nov 1 2 bdrm. $500. Dec  1 Sechelt 2 bdrm suite. 4 appis.  $700 incudes Hydro, cable Dec  1 Sue, 686-8369 ot Ken 885-  6277 45cn  Secnelt 2 bedroom, 2 bath home  next to school. $750/mth 885-  5991 45cn  2 bdrm watertront house. Selma  Park. $650/month Avail, immed.  N/S. no pets 885-5293      44cn  Roberts Creek. 3 bdrm mobile  home on quiet 1/2 acre  $525/month. Avail Nov. I, 685-  6089 45cn  2 bdrm bsmt suite, view, fireplace,  util. inc. $600.886-7037     45cn  Storage shed. Wharl Road.  Sechelt. Approx. 200 sq ll. insulated. $100/month. 885-3962   45cn  Large 3 bdrm duplex, lower Gibsons, view, no pets, rels. $90O/mth  686-3225 44w  1 bdrm suite, sp, ns. no pels,  $475/mth, util and cable incl. 885-  2382 44w  GIBSONS, NEW AND SPACIOUS  2 bdrm apartment, close to everything, ocean and mountain view,  blinds throughout. 3 appl, storage,  laundry facilities, parking. Avail  Nov. 1 $680/rtTth. 885-5659  44*^  Gibsons. 2 bdrm house Lower Gibsons. Majestic view, 3 blocks lo  water and town centre. $695.987-  4767 44cn  3 bedroom upper duplex with view,  Davis Bay, $750. Avail. Nov. 1.  685-6096. H44W  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  Bnlish Columbia legislation pro  hitats advertising which dtscnrn  mates in Ihe rental ot property  Foi example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status  and the Human Hohls Acts lhe  laiallotd who places Ihe adver  ttsemenl and Ihe newspaper  whK.-h publishes it would both be  ui ':o(ilraventioti ol Ihe legisla-  tioti and could have a compiaini  tiled againsi them the Coasl  News will tlierelore net accepl  such discriminatory ads.  PflOPERTy MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  HEALTY LTD.will support your  Residential, Commercial or Indus-  tnal investment Pebbles provides  a lull setvice PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Peb-  txes at 686-8107 tw details. TFN  SHARED ACCOMMODATION IN  MV HOME N/S ��� NO PETS ���  FEMALE PREFERRED ���  1350/MO NORTH RD. GIBSONS  Two bdrm mobile home. Madeira  Park. $450/mo avail Nov. 15  526-9895 (45*  New deluxe spacious 3 bdtm  home near malls, private selling,  no pets. $925/mo 886-2454 ��46w  Roberts Creek. 2 bdrm house,  oceanview, hot tub. 431-9916  4401  1 bedroom above ground basement suite, walk-in doset, private  balh, airtight stove, ceiling Ian,  w/d, shared kilchen, newly renovated, avail. Nov. i No pets $300  plus 1/3 utilities 886-0242 after 4  pm 44cn  Gibsons, lower floor, 2 bdrm,  bright, washer/dryer, yard, dose to  amenities. $6507mo. 1469-0622  44cn  View condo, now till June, Secret  Cove, lully lurnished 1 bdrm unit  with 5 appis.. airtight stove, large  deck. Ideal tor working couple or  while you build your new home.  $500/mo plus utilities 885-8831  44*  2 bdrm downstairs duplex suite, 4  appis.. quiet types, n/s, no pets.  Avail. Nov. 15th. $550.886-7175  44cn  3 bdrm. turn, oceanlront condominium, all appis., liteplace. Adult  complex. Avail. 10 months of tht  year. $950/mo. Call Andrea 885-  4111. ��46W  Gibsons - 3 bdrm. lamily room,  1000 sq. II. plus, 3 appl., 1 1/2  baths, upper Gibsons, avail. Oct.  l,$650/mo. plus ulils. S.C.M.H.  Park. 886-9826. TFN  TFNs  One bdrm. apl. by Ihe waler al  Secrel Cove, $450/mo. Pis. call  Hayden 885-9368. M4W  Immaculate t bdrm.. 4 appis.. carpeted, part utility, no pets, rels.,  town ot Sechelt, $500.434-5347.  -44W  BRAND NEW AND VIEW  2 bdrm. condo w/5 appl. and  garage in Sechelt. CENTURY  WEST REALTY LTD. 115-2235.  ���44W  3? Common:  For Rent  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 885-9863 51cn  Industrial workshop avail, immediately, Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unit,  $4 75/mo. 921-6751. ��46w  Large shop in Madeira Park. 883-  2498. I44W  3 private offices. New building  $i95-$2507mth. Receptionist avail.  Don Sutherland. Pebbles 886-  8107 TFN  Cornmerdal/ollice space lor lease.  1000 sq.tt. corner unit, excellent  exposure, prime location - Kem's  Plaza. Contact Waller or Beryl  866-8886 TFN  Commercial warehouse space,  new building, Hwy 101 4 Hough  Rd. Gibsons. Immediate occupancy. 885-9719. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  600-1300 sq. It. $300-$1100  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons  >Lome. 1-733-9883 or Marie 886-  7018. TFN  BCYCNA  anmsai  ANO YUKON  coMMuarrv  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOC ������  279  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach mora than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THE COAST NEWS AT 886-2622  $195  tor 25  words  S3.70 each additional word  ANNOUNCEMENTS  ;DO YOU KNOW about VIAL  OF LIFE? Medical Emergen-  desdohappen. Be Prepared.  RECOGNIZED BY  PARAMEDICS. Protection  tor your tamlly ONLY $3.50 at  ______ counters.   AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt from $995. 5  year 100,000 kms warranty.  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C. lor 27 years. 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REGISTERED NURSES RE-  QUIREDtodo Para-Medicals  Vani Puncture experience  necessary send replies to  Medlsys Services Suite 1110  999 Hastngs, Vancouver V6C  - 2W7 Attention Irene Munro,  FASHION FORTUNEI Are  you plugged into MA  CHERIE'S electricity ol excitement? Earn 45% profit  selling QUALITY LINGERIE,  Call MACHERIE, 1-800-661  3305.   OVERSEAS POSITIONS.  Hundreds of lop paying jobs,  all occupations. Free details.  Overseas Employment Services, Dept. CA, 1255 Laird  Blvd. Suite 208, Mount Royal  Quebec, H3P2T1.  Heavy Duty Mechanics  needed. Please contact  LeMare Lake Logging Ltd.  (Port McNeill) at 604-956-  3123.   A plumbing and heating contractor located In Revelstoke,  B.C. requires a journeyman  plumber/gas litter experienced In commercial and re si ���  dential work. Competitive  wages to the right candidate.  Please send resume to Box  1180, Revelstoke B.C., VOE  2S0 or fax 604-837-2528.  LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT  AUCTION SALE, Sat. Nov. 7,  Al Oeming's Polar Park, 14  miles east ol Edmonton on  Hwy. 14, at 10 a.m. Preview  8:30 a.m. Over 50 original  horse drawn vehicles. Many  rare extras. (403)922-3013.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  24 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  fees available. InjuredlnB.C.  only.   MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Save thousands on dealer  mark-up. We'll custom build  mobile homes to suit your  needs. Doubles, singles,  modulate. Phone lor details:  Noble Homes, Edmonton  (403)447-3414/447-2333.  PERSONAL  MALE potency problems?  FREE product Inlormation on  new, safe, drug-free, non-Invasive strategy. Success  Siaranteed. Write of call:Per-  rmance Medical Box 1273,  Brandon, Mb., R7A6K4, toll-  free 1-800-663-0121.  NORTHERN SEA SHARK  CARTILAGE 90 750 mg caps  $39.95 Spirunlla 100 tables  $14.95 send orders to  Mlhouse RR * 14 21666 18  Ave Langley BC V3A-7R2  Free Literature.   WOULD YOU UKE to correspond with unattached Christian people across Canada  lor companionship ol marriage? Ashgrove, P.O. Box  205, Chase, B.C. VOE 1M0.  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on bolh write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5360, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1.  WE PAY CASH for income  producing properties, any  size, condtion, area or location. Contact: Mr. Ash  (604)582-0130, . Max  (604)535-6844 or Fax details  to: (604)582-7616.  SEMINAR  ���MEET US IN THE MIDDLE*  Seminar for Rural Woman In  Vanderhoof Nov 5-7. Registration still being accepted.  Contact Giwen, Chamber of  Commerce Ph:567-2I24  Fax:567-3316.  TRAVEL  EGYPT. Group of Ladles  Touring Egypt Feb. 2-18,  1993. Want few more ladles  to join group, any age welcome. Escorted from Vancouver by Egyptian lady tour  leader. Joining Egyptian colleagues In Cairo. Call 576-  8178,888-8305 Fax574-1186  PH 888-8395.  Gibsons: 2030-10,000 square feet,  exposure, will buld to suit  Wilson Creek: otlice space 200-  3000 sq It. $6.00 net  Sechelt: retail space, ne* Plaza,  1000 sq.lt. $8.00 net  Grant Realty  886-3330 TFN  SUBWAY  Well soon be opening in Gibsons  and we're looking lor bnghl. cheer-  tul, people-oriented members tor  our team Full-time and part-time  day and night shifts Leave  resumes or pick-up applications al  our location in Sunnycrest Mall  Interviews will be arranged   46w  CRUISE SHIP JOBS!  Earn $300/900 weekly. Veat round  positions. Hiring men/women. Free  rm/board. Will train. Call 1-504-  6464500 Ext. C305.24 hrs. 46cn  Local nursery requires immediately, reliable person lor lull-time/part-  time work. Musl be flexible as  hours vary. F/T Feb-June, P/T  July-Jan. Relail nursery exp. an  asset. Well-rounded knowledge in  gardening a musl. Musl enjoy  working with the public. Pis. send  resume by Nov. 6 lo RR��4 S-5 C-  86 Gibsons, BC VON 1V0 Altn:  David TFN  Manager and stall wanted lor new  video store opening soon in  Sechelt. Musl be 18 years or older,  cheerful, brighl and very sales oriented. Willing to work days, eves,  and weekends. Resumes must be  received by Nov. 13 al 1300 5550  Fraser St. Vancouver BC, V5W  2Z4. Attn: Ken Maitland     44cn  Pro-Fund Distributors Ltd. has  immediate openings lor experienced mutual funds sales agents.  Good commission. Contact Carol  Oppelt al 885-1926 or send  resume to Box 5, Murray's Site,  HaHmorjn Bay, BC VON 1Y0 45cn  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Board membera are  needed lor an advocate  group lor mental health.  An interest in and  awareness of mental  health would be a great  Drivers are needed for  the Sechell area to  transport people to  medical appointments  locally & to Vancouver.  Expenses will be  reimbursed.  Play piano or guitar? A  seniors activity program  would love to have you  share your talents with  them on Weds. 1:30 -  2:30.  Communily Services is  holding a Gala Dinner  Dance on Nov. 28 and  needs your help with  decorations, set-up,  auction and clean up.  Lolsol fun!  FOR THESE & MORE  OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION  CENTRE AT  885-5681  'CARETAKER'  Semi- or retired. Like gardening or  looking lor a lishing haven' We  need you! For Pender Harbour  estate, new suite tor low renl ��� tor  right person. 1-936-6918 eves.  45cn  New Sunshine Coast Optomatnc  Practice requires receptionist  Ophthalmic dispensary skills and  knowledge ol contact lenses a welcome asset. Send handwritten  resumes to Box 386 c/o Box 460  Coasl News, Gibsons        44w  PETER'S REMO0ELUNG  General home maintenance - car  ports - fencing - sundecks - additions etc. Boal maintenance and  island service. For more into  please call 885-1981 or Pager  885-5111 49*  AC/DC Carpentry  Quality work, on time, 20 years  exper, renovation specialist Reasonable rales, hourly or contract.  Free eslimates. Al, 8853411  46cn  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  SunFree Vinyl  All Seasons Decking Material, Iree  estimates. Call Joe, 885-9235.  ��49w  Handyman  Carpentry, Painting, Stone Masonry, General Home Repairs. 885-  9235 Joe. ��49w  Pat's Disposal -1 ton Truck  Yard, house and garage clean-up,  construction and gyproc removal,  tree and slump removal: demolition - reasonable and reliable; free  estimates 885-2870 51 w  Experienced waiter/waitress part-  time evenings, El Nino. 886-3891.  TFN  Musicians lor Thursday nighl  entertainment. Contact Terry at the  Jolly Roger. TFN  Elphie's Cabaret is now accepting  applications lor waitresses. See  Chris or Michelle. TFN  $200-1500 WEEKLY Assemble  products at home. Easy! No selling. You're paid direct. Fully guaranteed. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-  2985 Copyright ��BC104DH.*45cn  Pari time bartender - apply lo  Royal Canadian Legion 109 with  resume, S-1, C-56, RR2, Gibsons. VON 1V0 TFN  Assemble lighl products Irom  home. Easy woik - Excellenl pay!  We provide details - 24 hrs. (604)  623-2380. Ext #A74 47cn  Diet Magic, 30 lbs, 30 days,  $49.95. Bums fat, increases energy, suppresses appetite. Natural.  206-332-7666 ext. 202       46cn  Casual reW req'd to work in Gibsons group home lor 3 m/h  women. Day, night, and wkend  shifts involved. Exp desirable,  compassion, patience and valid  drivers license essential. For more  into call S. Coty 886-3217    TFN  Part-time nanny required, car an  asset. 886-3540 or 886-3107 (ask  tor Elaine). 45w  k��  MPUTING  ��� Computerized Accounting  ��� Computer Troubleshooting  ��� Software Installation  ..      885-4009  BECKY'S WORD PROCESSING  Fast, reliable service. Reasonable  rates. 885-7733. #45W  GREAT PAINTER  REASONABLE RATES  SAM 8802750  I44W  LAWN 1 GARDEN  Lawn Mowing, Weeding, Hedge  Trimming, Pruning, Spraying, General Clean-up. Call Jan 686-0180.  #44W  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, painl, carpentry, drafting, tree estimates,  Relerences available 886-3463  TFNs  Free ICstlninles  Klrni friers  Bruce Frasar  885-8571  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, loundalions, exposed  aggregate. 886-8095        TFNs  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing > Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  ��. WALLPAPERING  PRESSURE WASHING  Quality Workmanship  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  KAYNOR  interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 884-5324 or  866-2312 or 886-0436        TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out ol  control? Need Iree pruning, hedge  shaping' Friendly, reliable service.  Fully insured. Commercial 8 residential. Relerences available.  FRED 886-3526 TFN  SPIC AND SPAN CLEANERS  'II you're not happy wilh the other  guy then consider giving us a try.'  Wendy 886-2751 or Nicole 686-  3364 46cn  THE WHOLE NINE YARDS  GARDEN SERVICES  Lawn care, landscaping, pruning,  weeding, yard cleanup, commercial or residential. Grant 885-9585  or 1-889-3249 45*  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bath tubs, sinks baths, and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy. 883-  2978 45*  TEMPORARY  OFFICE RECEPTION  AND SECRETARIAL SERVICES  Secretary on holidays? Called in  sick? Paper work piling up? For  elficient and reliable service call  Tara 886-3675 44*  Quality construction and Renovations. Fancy woodwork. Tom 886-  2844 45cn  Private home support and care  service. Companionship, shopping, laundry, outings, cooking and  nursing care. 12 yrs. experience in  caring lor the elderly, competitive  rates. Try my service. I have that  special touch. Call Suzanne at  886-0474. 146*  CABINETREE  Custom cabinets, hardwood, plywood and solid wood only.  Kitchens, bathrooms and all types  of cabinets and linishing. James  McCarthy (Journeyman cabinetmaker). 685-0261. 146*  Williams Renovation and Repair  20 yrs. experience. Call Sieve aqt  8868783. #49W  SPECIAL TOUCHES  CLEANING SERVICE  Residential-commercial-marine.  Bonded-insured. 885-4457   44*  Certified Saw Filer  Sharpening A Repairs  lo all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades A Chalnsaws  Jamie Harrop  MS Hwy 101 ____ ___l  36. Work Wanted  Tutor - math and science. All levels. Call Ktrsten .8850175   46*  Do you need something built lor  your home or office? Maybe an  item for a Christmas gift? Or you  might need some interior renovations or linishing! II you've  answered yes to any or all ol the  above, give Art a call al 886-8354,  tor prompt, quality custom woodwork at reasonable prices.   46w  Electrician lor hire. Residential and  Commercial work. Free estimates  671-6487 cell. 46cn  Williams Renovation and Repair.  20 yrs experience. Call Steve at  88M783 49*  Experienced Carpenler 15 years  experience, lirm rates. Free estimates, no job too small or too  large. Bruce 685-9576.     #45W  Fabulous cook, 15 years exp. 863-  9961. Preler line dining.     45cn  New homes and home plans.  Additions and renovations. 33 yrs.  experience. Dave 886-3171J45W  Honest and reliable woman will do  house cleaning and yard work.  Call Mary Sal-Tues 885-6145.  I45W  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions ��� Bath ��� Kitchen ���  Painting ��� Drywall ��� Wallpaper  886-3792 Stefan Perry      48w  CONSTRUCTION CO.  REQUIRES WORK  Form-frame-finish-commercial-residential. Hourly or contract. 885-  3574 44*  House cleaning and yard work,  reliable, refs. avail. 886-7041 or  86643010. 44cn  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, fun: rates.  Free estimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 885-9576.I45W  SEBERRY SERVICES  Grass cutting, weed whacking,  gutters cleaned, window washing.  Call RICHARD SEBERRY 885-  9699. I44W  Carpentry, renovations, additions.  By hour or contract. Call 886-3107. Coast News, November 2, 1992 19  ephemera  SPCA NEWS  This wonderful cat is waiting  for someone - a good, responsible owner perhaps? - to  come in and see him al Ihe  Gibsons Animal Hospital. If  you are looking for an excellenl pel companion, call the  SPCA at 885-4771 today.  remember when  5 YKARS AGO  Four seats in the upcoming elections have been  won by acclamation. On the Board of School  Trustees, Carol Adams will be representing  Sechell and Shawn Cardinall will claim Gibsons'  seat.  10 YEARS AGO  A reminder that Ihe lease for the propane lanks  on Roberts Creek wharf soon conies up for renewal was rewarded with the news that the economic  development commissioner is working hard to get  a compiele industrial marine park at Port Mellon  for the use of all fuel companies.  15 YKARS AGO  Father Nicholson of Sechell consecrates the  ground in a sod turning ceremony for the new  Sechelt Arts Centre.  25 YEARS AGO  A deer which apparently swam from Keats  Island landed on the beachfront property of Mrs.  lillen Warwick. After getting its breath, il headed  for the highway, where neighbours guarded its  crossing, stopping traffic until it was safely across.  35 YKARS AGO  Sputnik, the Russian satellite roaming outer  space, has created quite a furor in certain circles,  bul as far as the Sunshine Coast is concerned Sputnik has to take its place along with Ihe weather, the  truck rates on ferries, and the new bus schedules.  45 YEARS AGO  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rhodes of Gibsons celebrate Iheir golden wedding anniversary.  Coast News Classifieds m.ml  37. Child Care  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.lt. 3 bays /1800  sq. It. upper storage space, office  rental potential. $24,000 per year,  Barry 885-3204. ss  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available tor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  Compleli Bobcal Services  Enavating-Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Construction  TFNs  Babysitter required, tull time, Rels  a musl. 885-5525 9 am to 2 pm.  ���46*  Rainbow Preschool Roberts  Creek, enroll now lor Ocl. Joyce  TFN  38  Business  Opportunities  886-3538  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  AIIISQVARNA  FOREST A GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Ganlen Dealerships  available for Sechelt  (Mil Diirhn at  Tldelina- Logging  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY  Experienced Nanny looking lor FA  or P/T position, refs. 886-368346*  Come join the tun! Sechelt Preschool is still accepting students.  Call 885-3655 46*  Part-time sitter required alter  school Madeira Park area. Phone  Karen 883-2877 or 883-273745cn  Sitter req'd for 8 yr old boy in my  Hallmoon Bay home. Mon ��� Fti.  2:30 pm-12:30 am. 885-3670  Dancing Bear Early Childhood  Cenlre has spaces lor preschool  age children. Fully qualified ECE  stall. 885-5607 44*  Loving mom will care lor your child  In my home in Langdale. F/T or  P/T. 886-2254 ��45W  Part-time sitter required aller  school, Madeira Park area. Phone  Karen 883-2677 or B83-273745cn  Jack 6 Jill Preschool has openings for 314 yr. olds To register.  886-2528. TFN  JIM'S SMALL ENGINES  Anyone having goods left at Jim's  Small' Engines, Hwy 101 Gibsons  should contact 886-2020 to make  arrangements for picking them up.  48*  Anyone who witnessed accident  Friday, Ocl. 23, Wharl Rd, contact  885-7069 46w  Notice given that name is being  changed. From: Merle Ann Bottaro  To: Murlin K. Beltain. Box 1388  Sechelt. 44cn  LAND DISPOSITION  In the Land Recording District ol New Westminster and situated al  Sechell Inlel.  Take notice thai Baseline Resort Communities Inc. ol Vancouver,  BC, (property developers) and being the sole shareholder ol  Tillicum Recreation Club Ltd., intends lo make application to the  Ministry ol Environment, Lands and Parks Regional Olfice,  Burnaby, BC, lor a lease of Ihe following described lands:  Commencing a! a post planted at the North west comer ol Lot K,  Plan ��� LMP 6866 BF 252527 (being a portion of the subdivided  D/L 6082 in Ihe New Westminster District); thence 122 melres  West; thence 40 metres South; thence 110 metres East; thence  NNE along the natural boundary to the point ol commencement,  and containing 0.47 ha more or less.  The purpose lor which the disposition is required is lo provide a  communily dock for the owners of the uplands.  Comments concerning Ihis application may be made to Ross  Douglas, c/o Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks, Suite 401 -  4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC, V5H 4M4 and should quote the file  number 2405686.  Dated this 2nd day ol November, 1992.  David M. While.  For Sale: 2 Michelin stud radiais  205-15 XM+S lubeless/rims. $15  OPR. 686-7575 46*  For rent: Available now, large new  1 bdrm suile, suitable one working  person, West Sechelt $453/mth inc  util. Partly furnished il desired. No  pets, n/s. 885-3196 46w  Til GaOe?  SckU: l:4��oo  820 KIWANIS WAY, GIBSONS  Enjoy .An Active - Carefree Lifestyle  22 Quality Patio Homes ��� Adult Oriented  Prices start at $128,800  2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Single Level Homes  Forjurther Infotrnatlon contact  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP. ��� (604) 88*3-4680  Hans Ounpuu, RRH2, S7, C26, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO  Fax (604)886-4623  jjpfc  CHANNEL  ELEVEN  Tuesday  Nov. 3,  Tpm  Acronyms Galore  Join host Laurel Suko and  his guests to explore the maze  of acroyms.  8 pm  Arts Update  ChuckTkachuk's special  guests this monlh are artists  Lionel and Pal Thomas.  8:J0pm  Womens Resource  Cenlre  Wednesday  Nov. 4,  7 pm  ( hildrens Special with Graham Walker  7:30 pm  Araboolies  From Roberts Creek  school's drama programme we  present a special repeat showing of this colourful musical.  8:15 pm  World Vision in Somalia  Bryant and Donna Ball  explain the problem  in Somalia and explain  how you can help.  8:30 pm  Muddy Bill's and  The Monster Trucks  Highlights of the muddy  weekend in Gibsons.  Thursday  Nov. 5,  7 pm  Talk to Your Local  Government  "Live" phone-in  Join representative from  Gibsons, Sechelt and the  S.C.R.D. to discuss  the local issues with host  Carol Blahey  8 pm  Choices...  an interview with a psychic  Cathrine Fuller's guest this  month is psychic Kasandra  8:30 pm  Community Services Annual  Gala Event  "Live" phone-in  Beverly Tanchak Alls in the  details.  We're more than just tires!  ��ft Track Tires ��� tales ��� Service  ��� lutes ��� Stocks ��� Time tips  r**l \%m\  Coastal Tires  886-2700  MON TIME HT FT   TUES TIME  HT FT  4:15 5,8  2  12:05 144  MO    6:55 9.6  10:55 10.6  FRI TIME HT FT  3 10 119  6    825 10  FR    2 20 13 8  9 25 5 6  5:15      6.8  3 12:50    14.2  TU    7:45      87  SAT  TIME HT FT  4:00  9:15  2:25  9:50  127  9.5  13.7  4.5  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  WED TIME HT FT  12:35  6:20  1:25  8:25  10 6  7.7  14.1  7.7  SUN TIME HT FT  4:50 134  8  10:00 10.0  SU    3:10 136  10:20 36  f <w IhoMiamcatuck aaa...*. add  tat, MMai piu. 1 man to. mc. I.  aaiatrMa, to.Mchn of rati  Tick 1 utiles Cnurtcsy (if  ���"OUTFITTERS I  Turn fhose  unwanted Hems into.  u  - \c6  Sell thorn in the  Coast News and  Coast News  Weekender Classifiedsl  In Gibsons, call 886-2622.  In Sechelt, call 885-3930.  COAST^'NEWS  mazoa mazoa mazoa mazoa mazoa mazoa  ��� MAZDA TRUCKS ,  S     CANADA'S No. 1 IMPORT PICK-UP    g  (S The Sunshine Coast's very own import Q  Finally, our '93s are  arriving by the truckload  4x4's  Come in early for the best selection!  n just i i:i;i.s Kiciii i  THE MAZDA LEADERSHIP WARRANTY  All Mazdas feature a 3-year/80,000 km bumper-to-bumper, no-deductible  warranty and a 5-year/100,000 km major componenets warranty.  SUNSHINE COAST MAZDA  885-4699  mazoa mazoa mazoa mazoa mazoa mazoa  ____^_mmt_____  M%m  nni* ' ������ 20  Coast News, November 2, 1992  St John  Ambulance  $50  Friday Nov. 27th 8am - 5pm  for Registration & More Details Call  885-0161  For Goodnoss Sako...  Watkins  Add somo Splco  lo your Life!  l;or Ihf lasl 125 years, Walk ins Spices arul  BxtrtCtl have been larrfully processed  from lhe world's finest raw materials  giving them superior quality, strength .ttnl  flavor Thai's why Watkins has always  been a part of Grandma's favonte recipes,  then and now. Today. Watkins heritage of  excellence continues with more than 350  products all backed by J.R. Walkins' original money back guaranlee!  Watkins 125th anniversary seems the perfect occasion to share a gift with  you, and what could be more approptiaie than offering to all our new  customers a FREE 2-oz. bottle of Watkins Vanilla wiih any purchase, plus  our Watkins catalog. _   g   t-,^ _    ���  :alltoday. li&iSiS:  WatkllM ������ftil-fwller Irvsh  885-3130  ajjst teej 'Ml jjetr. ao/ea  In atlthtion tn tHiisUimliiix prmhu M.  Wntkiiis also has lhe best Inumest  opportunity ______ t0__\_ _____�� details  Embroiled in Hollywood's drive, efficiency  by Roxanne Urea-try  A masculine voice resonates  from the special effects portable  radio: "Lock down the traffic."  Rag girls step into the teeming  intersections in lower Gibsons  waving slop signs. "Rolling,"  the voice continues. Then,  "Action, action, action...."  Cars pull away from comers,  earth-toned extras step from  curbs, some walk down sidewalks, others cross streets. A  California camera truck laden  wiih crew members rolls up  from the dock, as actors emerge  from sets. "Cut, cut, cut!" The  voice is frustrated.  Extras return to their start  marks, assistant directors with  that harried look bom of continual stress scurry about making  last minute changes.  Once more relative quiet  descends upon the street scene  in front of Needful Things. The  voice is "rolling" again when an  RCMP cruiser sweeps past the  flag girls and through the scene.  Unprintable exclamations of  surprise ripple through the crew.  Someone jokingly suggests they  send out the "Maine County  Sheriff" to set the Mounties  straight.  A weary voice releases traffic, only to lock it down again a  few minutes later. One take follows another. Cameras and  exlras are repositioned, the  insert car with Maine plates  turns around. The natural light is  fading when this bit of celluloid  is finally complete.  This casting call  for extras had come  the nighl before. It's  still dark out when  we arrive at Ihe  "Lucky Buck", aka  Ken's Lucky Dollar.  We are an eclectic  group of 15. There is  an electrician, a real  estate   agent,   an        accountant, a grandmother, a  writer, two kids, among others.  Inside Ihe Lucky Buck there  are tables, a miniature model of  the set, a heller skeller of boxes  and props which compiele lhe  almost abandoned look of the  Lucky Dollar. A third of lhe  interior is taken up with rows of  dark coloured clothing.  Jeff Geneau is coordinating  extras. He sets ground rules,  hands out copies of day contracts, gives instructions on cueing, start marks and other  requirements. His radio crackles; they need three extras who  can clean fish for a cannery  '... A distinct  feeling of rigid  class structure  within tbe  production  company'.  three guys head out the door to  be cannery workers. Jeff needs  people in cars for street scenes.  Three of us leave, our vehicles  are given prop licence plates.  The AD's (assistant directors, I  assume) give us  driving and cueing  instructions. We  wait for about an  hour and a half  before the scene is  cancelled due to  "flat lighting."  Back to the  Lucky Buck and  then down to the  ~~~~~ dock where we wait  a couple more hours while a  scene is shot in front of what is  now the Dot Cafe. An intimidating Rolweiller which is part of  Ihe story periodically barks  twice as the scene is shot again  and again. The extras below are  palienl bul coid. An angel of  mercy brings hot pumpkin soup  and buttered bread.  Broken into smaller groups  for a couple of different scenes,  some of us go back to the  "extras holding" for lunch.  Max Von Sydow, who plays  I -eland Gaunt, the proprietor of  Needful Things, is just leaving  the Lucky Buck. Soup in hand,  scene. After a trip to wardrobe,     he seems much taller than in his  films. 1 remember him from The  Immigrants, The Exorcist, several Dino De Laurentis films  and as an Alsatian gentleman in  a nameless spy thriller. He  appears quite ageless.  Throughout the afternoon, 1  get a distinct feeling of rigid  class structure within the production company. Almost a feudal system, with the directors  and producers leading a court of  actors and actresses, assistant  directors and technical support  workers.  Like tenants on a lord's  estate, some people tirelessly  run errands, others handle transportation, wardrobe, makeup.  Extras arc the migrant workers,  filling background scenes wilh  an element of the everyday.  "On location" problems wilh  traffic in lower Gibsons are a  cause for concern, as people  continually ignore flag signs and  race through scenes. Parking is  more than problematic and Heeling by the Town of Gibsons is  ongoing.  The Needful Things storyline  is an eccentric "good versus  evil" tale spun in smalltown  Maine. In Gibsons the reality is  a 'lime versus money" tale with  economic spinoffs and letters to  the editor tirades.  MNfJUNCING DeVWES$  To Celebrate We Will Be Having  A Super Savings Sale All Month Long  That's right! Super Savings on Carpet, Vinyl Flooring,  Hardwood and Window Covering. No matter what your choice*  you owe it to yourself to visit our showroom.  Now's the time to acquire the very best floor and  window covering and enjoy super savings too.  CANDIDE  ROLL ENDS  STARTING AT  ^SQ.FT.  CUSHION FLOOR  (CMHC APPROVED)  STARTING AT  ft  SQ.FT.  JUST 2 EXAMPLES OF THE SAVINGS IN STORE FOR YOU  ALL CARPET  ROLL ENDS  AT REDUCED PRICES  CONT.RACTOR  PRICING OPEN  TO THE PUBLIC  COME IN AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF US NOW,  WE'RE REALLY IN A GOOD MOOD  EEB       IUJSIKEIISIIOUK  603  IGzDEPARTMENTz  _�������, _��� ���-, r- r���m ~���~ ���ia  YQU=WON^BEUEV&  THEEBARGAINS:  1  Sal* ends November 30. SUPER SAVINGS, SUPER CHOICE AND SUPER SERVICE  HOURS:  9-5 MONDAY-  SATURDAY  MAKING HOMES BEAUTIFUL FOR 36 YEARS  709 HWY. 101, GIBSONS ��� 886-7112  AIDS  testing  shows  increases  The cumulative results of the  British Columbia Cenlre for  Disease Control's AIDS antibody tests, covering 238,531  tests over a six-year, nine-  month period ending June 30,  1992, were released Wednesday  by Dr. Michael Kekarl, director  of the sexually transmitted disease control branch.  AIDS virus antibody tests  focus on persons al risk for  infection with the AIDS virus  (HIV). A total of 5,682 tests  performed were positive for Ihe  virus: 3,708 were homosexual/  bisexual men, 278 intravenous  drug users, 70 hemophiliacs,  250 heterosexual contacts, 18  prostitutes, 78 multiple blood  transfusion recipients and 1,275  for which the risk category was  not specified.  The statistics also showed  that there were 164 positive  tests on persons younger than  20. Over 10 per cenl of all positive tests now come from  women.  Rekart stressed thai since  AIDS virus antibody testing  does not involve personal identifiers, these totals are inflated  by persons who are tested more  than once.  "The number of positive test  results should not be confused  with actual cases of AIDS," said  Rekart. "There have been 1,279  cases of AIDS in British  Columbia through June 30,  1992, since the first case was  reported in January, 1983 and of  this group, 891 are deceased."  Of these 1,279 cases, 1,142  were homosexual/bisexual  males, 47 were homosexual  men who had used intravenous  drugs at least once, 14 were  intravenous drug users, 16 were  blood product recipients, 14  were hemophiliacs, and 31 were  heterosexual transmissions.  There have now been 221  cases of AIDS reported for  1989, 220 for 1990, and 229 for  1991. The number of AIDS  cases in British Columbia  increased steadily from 1983  through 1989 and levelled off in  1990 and 1991.  The plateauing of cases in  1990 and 1991 was probably  the result of widespread use of  zidovudine (formerly AZT)  leading to a 12 to 16 month  delay in progression from HIV  infection to AIDS, said Rekart.  It is likely that new AIDS case  reports will continue to show  small increases for two or three  years and then level off in the  last half of the 1990s.  Rekart estimated that there  have been approximately 5,000  to 8,000 British Columbia residents infected with the AIDS  virus.

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