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Array LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria. B.C. V8V 1X4  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  September 14,1992 Volume 46 Issue 37  Tight rein, tightrope development continues  by Charles Hart    The Town of Gibsons    "Tfiao  continues to perform a     * *���*���'**'  delicate dance wilh devel-    _^__  opment applications while  juggling changing projections for sewer  and water capacity.  Administrator Dan Legg presented  council wilh a complicated report Tuesday outlining projections to the end of  July which show available waler supply  for 76 units of new development, but  sewer service already stretched beyond  capacity.  Coast fish  habitat  protection  up for audit  by Jane Seyd  A government review to see  if logging operations on the  Sunshine Coast have damaged  any fish habitats is "imminent,"  according to acting dislricl forest manager Russ Hughes, and  the prospect has made both forest companies and the districl  Forest Service sil up and pay  attention.  The review, expected lo  begin in the near future, is part  of an expanded "audit" of practices outlined in the coastal fisheries forestry guidelines, which  logging companies failed on 21  eutblocks on Vancouver Island  earlier tlm-snmmer."  Hughes said the audit was  being taken seriously by both  licence holders and Ihe local  ministry office, which oversees  Ihe small business enterprise  program, also subject to a  review of logging practices  regarding the guidelines.'Tt's a  nasly report card which is  smartening us up," he said.  Meanwhile in Victoria, Ihe  Ministry of Forests is making  guidelines on protection of fish  habitat more enforceable.  Among the measures being  considered is writing site-specific instructions into the logging companies' cutting permits, said Eric Kristianson, a  spokesman for the ministry.  At the moment, said Kristianson, the guidelines are a  series of recommendations  which cut across a broad area,  rather than being specific to  particular blocks, making them  harder to follow and enforce.  International Forest Products  and Canadian Forest Products,  two major licence holders on  the Sunshine Coasl, were both  among the companies which  failed the audit of Vancouver  Island eutblocks.  All rehabilitation plans from  the Vancouver Island logging  companies have been received  by the ministry, said Kristianson. Companies have until Nov.  4 lo gel ihe work on the damaged streams completed.  Hughes said the local Forest  Service has been preparing for  the audit by identifying cut-  blocks which have been logged  since 1988, when the guidelines  first came into effect, and  checking small business  forestry operations to make sure  contractors are complying with  recommended practices.  Reviewers will be given a  list of eutblocks with dates and  will likely take a representative  sample of about 10 to IS per  cent, said Hughes, totalling  between 20 and 30 blocks.  Don Shaw, manager of  forestry and logging for Terminal Forest Products, said he has  recently visited all of Ihe company's operations on the Sunshine Coast and concluded they  were "not requiring any huge  preparations at this point."  He added, however, "It's a  situation where there are so  many rules, you may have inadvertently broken one."  requirements are met.  art of balancing Gibsons building plans with available services pT_^::z^l2  Legg told the Coast News that the  sewer supply has increased almost  twofold, however, as a result of an  $800,000 upgrade carried out last  month. Further improvements are  underway that will add about ISO units  of capacity to the system, he said.  Meanwhile, phase one of a four-  phase water integration agreement with  the Sunshine Coast Regional District  has been implemented and phases two  and three are being lined up. "It'll get a  little belter once mon. capacity comes  on line," Legg said.  The town placed l moratorium on  rezoning and subdivision applications  IS months ago, but is now processing  proposals again after a recent policy  decision to deal with requests on a first-  come, first-serve basis and put them  through the necessary planning hoops  so that they are ready lo proceed once  service capacity is available.  Legg said there are a fair number of  proposals waiting in the wings that will  be coming forward to council for consideration assuming all other permit  plicated because  allowances have to be  made for the possibility of building permit requests coming forward for vacant  town land that is already appropriately  zoned. Council also has to lake account  of development in the works because  applications were accepted before the  moratorium was put in place.  "It's an imperfect process to project  into the future," said Legg.  Wilson  resigns  SCRD  post  Sandra Born and Leroy McLelland are Iwo of 226 Sunshine  Coast residents who lay back for a rest after giving blood at the  Red Cross Blood Donor Clinic at the Sechelt Legion Sept. 8.  McLelland led his Sechelt GBS co-workers to victory over (iibsons staff members in a donor challenge. Sechell RCMP also won  Iheir challenge to the Gibsons detachment.        Joel Johnstone photo  LRUP members fired up over erosion  by Jane Seyd  Wilh Ihe long-standing Local  Resource Use Plan process for  the Tetrahedron still churning,  new tensions were raised  between members this week  over erosion into Gilbert Lake  apparently caused by road work  done by International Forest  Products.  At Wednesday night's meeting, LRUP member Michel  Frenetle of the Tetrahedron Ski  Club presented the group with  photographs of erosion and subsequent siltation of Gilbert Lake  which occurred after the company attempted to remove or level  a berm on an adjacent logging  road to make a nearby slope  more stable.  But "there was enough  slope...lhat the material did travel down the slope into Gilbert  Lake," said Barry Miller of Ihe  Sechelt Forest Service office.  Miller said the district forest  office had been previously  unaware of the attempted road  work or damage, and the first  SCRD should have final say on road  maintenance work: Gurney  priority would be immediate  repair work, before establishing  responsibility for the problem.  "The fact is the damage is  done," said Miller, "I'm not in a  position to say whose fault it  is."  Miller said Forest Service  engineering staff from Vancouver would come up to inspect  the site with representatives  from International Forest Products and the Ski Club, who  would decide the best way of  stabilizing the bank to prevent  further erosion.  Previously, said Miller, Interfor tried some hydro-seeding lo  stabilize the slope, but "it obviously didn't do the job."  lie said under the company's  culling permit, Interfor is  required to maintain its logging  roads, but that under Ihe circumstances, it would have been  appropriate for the company lo  notify the Tetrahedron LRUP  committee before taking any  action.  Regional district director  Jeremy Frith, who sits as the  board's representative on the  LRUP committee, told directors  on Thursday "the potential for  erosion is severe" and that if a  fall rainstorm hit before the site  is stabilized "we're going to end  up wilh a real horror story up  there."  I just want to have it bloody  well fixed as soon as possible,"  said Frith. "It's a good example  of how really dangerous road  building is in that part of the  world."  In addition, regional directors  said Ihey weren't satisfied that  stabilization of other Chapman  Valley road networks in Ihe  Chapman/Gray Creek watei shed  have been adequately completed.  Despite assurances from  Inlerfor and the Forest Service  thai road maintenance was finished lasl year, director Jim  Gurney said the regional district  would have its own engineer  inspect the work before accepting that position.  "There was a real debris flow  that came down Chapman Creek  the year before last," said Gurney.  "I want to make sure that  doesn't happen again."  Since the road work was  ordered over a threat from the  regional district to lake the Forest Service to court over a year  ago, he said, Ihe SCRD should  have final approval of Ihe maintenance work.  Said Gurney, "They're  choosing to take the work of a  geotechnical engineer who tells  them what Ihey waul to hear"  Spokesmen lor Inlerfor were  unavailable for comment al  press lime.  by Jane Seyd  The crash of cymbals and  the drum roll may have been  missing, but on Thursday Gordon Wilson made it official.  After almost a year as the  regional board's absentee director for the Pender Harb-  our/Egmont area, Wilson has  resigned his posilion, effective  immediately.  In a letter to the board, Wilson said his roles of MLA and  Leader of the Opposition would  require his "full attention."  In later comments, Wilson  said "I've really enjoyed my  lime on Ihe regional board...It  was a good training ground,  especially on the Sunshine  Coast where conflict seems lo  flourish."  Wilson said in terms of  many issues and personalities,  politics at the provincial level  are "really no different than  local politics."  Of Ihe oflen-conlenlious  Pender Harbour land use  bylaw, which is waiting  approval from Municipal  Affairs, Wilson said, "thai was  great training for amending the  constitution."  Peggy Connor, chairman of  the regional board, said she  accepted Wilson's resignation  "with regret."  Nominations for Area A  regional director will now be  open for between 30 and 45  days.  Area A alternate Cy  O'Leary, who has acted in Wilson's place since last October's  provincial election, said it is  unlikely he will run for director, although he has not complelely ruled oul the possibility.  Bolh Wilson and O'Leary  also said they hoped a more  non-partisan approach to local  politics would prevail in Pender  Harbour.  "One of Ihe problems I've  hail is trying lo determine whal  Ihe community wants," said  O'Leary. "It's a unique area."  nutter  IMSfOMKf  wjrwm nviff  paga 6  4  13  5  17  13  Watch for our  Ml fashion  supplement in  Thursday's  ______ -������������  ppuunvfHiCfi  Extra children swell Coast student ranks  There are more students than anticipated  registered to attend Coast schools this year,  according lo District 46 secretary/treasurer Tim  Anderson, about 70 more than predicted. It will  mean extra teachers will have lo be hired.  Anderson said most of Ihe exlra students  were at the kindergarten age and, for the most  part, were registered to attend two Coast  schools.  "Aboul 45 of the sludenis will be attending  Cedar Grove Elementary," Anderson said.  Most of Ihe Ihe remaining 25 will attend Halfmoon Bay Elementary.  Anderson said the additional students  shouldn't create a crowding problem for Ihe  two schools because, while kindergarten classes are scheduled for the morning, additional  classes can be held in the afternoon with extra  instructors.  He noted that hiring exlra leachers shouldn't  cause a school budget deficit because extra  funding would be provided by the province for  the unexpected students.  The kids are back in school and school traffic zones are back in effect.  m_____  mmm Coast News, September 14, 1992  JAYNIE ESPLY BSc Hon .RMT  Wishes to announce the  relocation of her  MASSAGE imAPY PMCT1CI  ta416*3rvgRd.  For Appointments Call  886-3120  Terry Fox run  continues to grow  Holland America Cruise  Coastal Cruising  From $649.00  Vancouver to Los Angeles  3 nights-inc Return  ~ <rt/A,  TOURt * TICKETS * CHARTERS ��� INSURANCE  886-2522   886-3381  ���EttOE OWSQNt MEOICAL CENTRE  by Darah Hansen  Rolland and Belly Fox have  every reason to be proud of  Iheir son.  As of September 20 this  year, il is expected his efforts  will have raised over $100 million in aid of cancer research. A  spectacular accomplishment for  anyone, more so for a    .   young man who died      Terry FOX  of Ihe disease over 10 .. _____  years ago continues to  On April 12. 1980       inspire  in St. John's New- h_.   aern*%  foundland. 21 -year- PeoPie OCTOSS  old Terry Fox began        Canada'  his   'Marathon   of        Taking a Class this Fall?  Come and See Us for Your  ART SUPPLY NEEDS  ...if we don't stock it  we'll order it for you.  Sale  Bockingford  Watercolour Blocks  regular $21"   Sale $1750  Canvas Board  Many Other in-Store Specials  ^H Show Piece Gallery ���  280 Gower Point Rd Gibsons Landing   886-9213   Hope', Ihree years after losing a  leg lo cancer. Wilh an artificial  leg, he sel oul across Canada,  running on average 43 kilometres per day. His intention was  in raise one dollar from each  Canadian so lhat a cure for cancer could be found.  After covering 5,565 kilometres taking him as far as Thunder Bay, Ont., his personal  marathon ended when it was  discovered Ihe cancer had  spread to his lungs. He died in  June, 1981, bul not before realizing his dream - raising a total  of $24.17 million.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cures it home with us.  M/Animal Cart  Mall'Clearing laid Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Reaular Home Check or Live-in Service  CALL SHiMON 885-2228  CotiMt Him - DJalA  llttftlUlKlltflf  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branch*! Coaat To Coaat   The name Terry Fox continues to inspire people across  Canada and the world.  "It is a tribute lo the respect  and special place people have  for Terry," said Terry Fox Run  public relations coordinator for  BC and the Yukon, Malcolm  Smillie. The Sunshine Coasl did       ils  pari   lasl   year  donating     $3,433,  between Gibsons and  Sechell, to the cause.  The    upcoming  (Sunday, Sept. 20)  runs on the Coast will  begin at St. Mary's  ���    Church in Gibsons  Sechell Elementary in  and  Sechelt.  The course for both towns is  a choice of three, six or 10 kilometre runs, over fairly Hat terrain, say organizers, stressing  lhat is an event for Ihe entire  family, not just athletes.  Sechelt participants are  encouraged to start between 9  am and I pm, while in Gibsons  Ihe official start is 10:30 am.  For information on how lo  enter the run or register a donation, phone Mike Metcalfe in  Sechelt at 885-3131 or Rieta  Hanson in Gibsons at 886-8305.  Runners from Ihe Sunshine Coasl take lo the roadways Sept. 20  to commemorate Terry Fox's 1980 attempt lo run across Canada  and lo raise money for cancer research. Terry Fox Foundation photo  Goal of curing cancer furthered  through Fox Foundation efforts  '*.  vS  . ���'>',��� ���  EW  FA  Darah Hansen  The facts are that cancer is  the number Iwo cause of death  in Canada, following heart disease and stroke.  Bleak statistics show lhat one  in three Canadians will develop  some form of cancer during  Iheir lifetime and only about 50  per cent of those will survive a  minimum of five years pasl their  initial treatment.  But bleak doesn't mean  impossible - thai was Ihe message Terry Fox tried to convey  " when he began his 'Marathon of  Hope' in 1980, raising to dale  almost $100 million for cancer  research.  Directly because of that  money, important research has  been allowed to continue in  Canada sparking potential life-  saving discoveries.  "It's been crucial," said Dr.  Connie Eaves, a senior scientist  and deputy director of the Terry  Fox Laboratory in Vancouver,  of Ihe money granted lo cancer  research.  As project leader of the Terry  Fox Programme Project Grant,  Eaves and her colleagues have  been recipients of $758,306  annually through Ihe Terry Fox  Foundation, allowing the group  lo continue vital research in the  area of hemopoiesis (blood formation).  The group studies bone marrow stem cells and ihe mechanisms which control their  growth and development.  "It's a two-pronged approach," said Eaves of the program. Generally, the leam of  Herb Plant Sale  at the Crow Road Herb Farm  Saturday, September 19,10*3  organically grown madleinal, culinary  S ornamental parannial harfaa  1189 Crow Rd. Roberts Creek  886-9324  ���"���si-no*  WHTiaaa coauMiu  AIIOCIATMN TOR  k REGENERATIVE  AGRICULTURE  scientists look to ways of understanding leukemia. More specifically, they want lo distinguish  between normal dividing cells  and those lhat arc cancerous.  The goal is lo discover a  method of protecting the normal  cells when a patient's body is  subjected to chemotherapy, a  treatment thai presently kills  dividing cells of bolh kinds.  In a major breakthrough last  year, the group identified what it  hopes is a way of controlling Ihe  normal stem cells.  "It represents a major development," said Eaves, "before we  couldn't differentiate. Now we  think we know at least whal  molecules to look al."  Of Ihe advancements in cancer research, Eaves is positive.  "There has been significant  progress made on all fronts,"  she said, giving much credit lo  improved early detection abilities, but adding that there is  much work yel to be done.  "The reality is il is a very  complex group of diseases and  our approaches have been pretty  crude.  "We don't understand yel the  underlying biology lhat separates Ihem."  With continued support from  Ihe Terry Fox Foundation it is  hoped that won't always be the  case.  ���Jogging Outfits  1tfi      in fleece end nylon  in the latest  FALL COL  dforgwob  Mens Wear  Trail Bay Mall, Sechell 885-9330  '//  Jeannie'sjewei*) $epaiA Silent  Special Savings Now In Effect  �����.. thru Saturday Sept. 26 a^  S  Check List  Are the claws worn thin?  Are the side stones secure?  Is the centre stones secure?  Is the shank worn thin  A  Claw Retyping   ��\t\ Ring Sizing  Reg. Price $44 for 4 claws   ^Jv  Karat Gold  Chain Solder  Reg. Price $10  $6  Made Smaller ��yO  Reg. Price $12  Made Larger t��4i\   ��4 a  Reg. Price $16-$20 >>1U*>>14  Half Shanks   By Estimate  Sat.,  Sept.  ?(>  ft Ited and  Karat  .SUNNYCREST MALL  Gibsons  Jeannie's  Qifts&C/cms  Hi HO  886-2023  mmm Ken's  Lucky  Dollar  goes  under  A Gibsons institution went  into receivership lasl week.  Kens Lucky Dollar (KLD),  Ihe oldest supermarket in Gibsons, succumbed lo increased  and improved competition  Wednesday ending ils reign as  lower (iibsons' only supermarket wiih u clearance sale which  saw residents waiting in lines  outside the store for up lo an  hour.  The sale began Thursday and  extended through Ihe weekend  wilh prices reduced as low as 70  per cent on many items.  KID has operated in lower  Gibsons serving residents and  boal traffic since the 1950s. The  store was formerly known as  Ken's lroodland.  The owner of Ihe KLD building (noi Ihe supermarket itself).  Graham Kdney, said he didn't  know what was in store for the  localion now.  lidney said the bank had  taken over the lease and control  of the store and it would be up  to them to decide the location's  future.  Bargain hunters had to be patient to get Into Ken's Lucky Dollar last week to partake In the last sale the store will ever have.  Exterior renovation plans lo  Gibsons' Women's Institute  Hall, a municipal heritage site,  have been approved by council  and work is ready to begin  immediately.  Traditional materials will be  used, including shingle routine,  board and batten siding and  multi-paned windows.  The hall, built in 1929, is  under lease lo Ihe Gibsons  Landing Heritage Society  whose plans call for converting  the building for use as a multifunction venue for the arls,  including a 140-seal theatre  Society spokesman Rick  McGuire told council Tuesday  Ihe exterior work should lake  about 13 weeks to compiele and  be finished by Christmas.  Sharing the light  A traffic lighl at North Road  ami Highway 101 has improved  safety al Ihe precarious intersection with School Road, bul  wrangling is still going on over  sharing of costs.  Gibsons, billed $18,000 by  the Ministry of Highways for 50  per cent of the installation cost,  is asking to have ils share  reduced because Ihree rotids are  involved and two are under  ministry jurisdiction. North  Road is classified as an arterial  highway so is Ihe responsibility  of Ihe highways department,  said town administrator Dan  Legg.  "We believe highways  should pay more," Legg said,  noting the town is disputing Ihe  bill. The money is an unbudget-  ed capital expenditure for 1992.  Coast News, September 14,1992  We're more than just tires!  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Bul when Ihe teenager returned with Ihe items, Wigard said his  mood changed as he recognized the CB radio as Ihe one which had  been stolen from his truck a few weeks earlier, complete wilh missing knobs and wires which matched its description.  "I said 'You know.. I'm going to lake Ihem both for free. This is  mine'," Wigard told Judge Shirley Giroday.  Later, Ihe Iwo young men were still arguing over the property  when a Sechell police car drove by and was alerted.  In court, the teenager (who cannot be named) was found guilty of  possession of stolen property and given 30 hours of community work  service with six months probation.  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl r% Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  HOME  SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Its Fall Planting Time!  WE HAVE -Spring Bulbs  ���Winter Kale & Pansies  < *Mums in Bloom   DON'T FORGET OUR.  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Pender Harbour  883-2988  A   The 91/92 Big ��teal limited edition I  VANCOUVER CAIMUCK�� print available to CARD 8 holders  ^-��� [ fnr a discounted price of 525 (plus tax)  y*>l\aVd H3V3 tfOJ S3SH 8 * MV3A V SHVTlOa JO SaaUdNnH 3AVS SUaaiOH 8 QUV3 * opinion  A question of  pooling resources  Pool users breathed a collective sigh of relief last week  when the aquatic commission unveiled its new renovation plans.  It's obvious a lot of work went on behind the scenes in  the last two months to redraft plans in consultation with  the architect and construction companies to tailor (he project to something both workable and affordable.  What Ihey came up with addresses the major shortcomings of the building, built on a limited budget for a  much smaller population, without going to the limits of  the public purse.  The chief loss was in proposed new administration  space, a loss which will not be felt by (he public and  which staff will simply have to live with. Come Jani&ry,  Ihe Gibsons pool should be ready lo reopen.  With (he renovation oul of the way. a small communily  pool previously dying from neglect will be able lo continue to provide service into Ihe future and Ihe job of establishing a Coasl recreation commission to plan for a  regional pool should begin in earnest.  The lack of adequate recreational amenities common  to most similar-sized communities is being felt more with  each passing year on the Coast and underscores the  absence of collective will (o improve Ihe quality of life  for all residents.  It's time politicians got in the swim.  Fishing for  forest fines  Confronted once more with the ugly truth, the provincial government has decided to beef up enforcement of  regulations designed to protect salmon streams from logging damage.  The level of destruction documented at 21 salmon  rivers on Vancouver Island this year from shoddy logging  practices shocked even those who have come to expect  the worst from an industry habituated to excess.  Fores(-fishery guidelines were drafted four years ago in  an effort lo give belter protection to the salmon streams  upon which the future of the West Coast fisheries  resource depends. Government, unions and companies  agreed with (he principles of protection laid down during  a round of policy meetings.  But guidelines are guidelines - all very well in principle but of little value unless the parties are prepared to act  in good faith. The relentless abuse prompted the United  Fishermen and Allied Workers Union recently to threaten  legal action against logging companies who refuse to  have regard for recommended buffer zones surrounding  salmon streams.  You could applaud the UFAWU if their desperation  wasn't such a sad commentary on the stale of the forests  in BC. Little will be gained, other than by lawyers, from  having the province's chief resource industries at war  with one another in the courtrooms. Nor should that be  necessary.  An audit of the Coast's fish habitat is a welcome extension of the forest ministry's investigative efforts, but documenting the damage later isn't enough. The existing  guidelines need to be converted into legislation, with stiff  fines and reparation orders awaiting violators. If that  doesn't work, lift the offending company's cutting permit.  Murrelet research  inconclusive  The letter of Paul Jones,  chairman of Friends of Caren  (Ihe Weekender, Sepl. 3) makes  for interesting reading, especially the five highlights of the publicly funded study of the supposed habitat of the Marbled  Murrelet.  None of the results indicate  the Caren Range is an established nesting area for this  species. His first three points -  sightings of birds flying into,  towards or landing in the study  area - cannot be used as valid  proof of nesting activity. Indeed,  he admits he was unable to find  even one active nest.  His last two points, birds  catching fish and flying off the  water at Middlepoinl, and mating in May in Malaspina Strait,  have absolutely nothing to do  with proving Ihe murrelet builds'  its nest in the Caren Range.  Early this year the Audubon  Society made its annual cr il of  bird species on the Sunsaine  Coasl. The numbers for Marbled  Murrelets fell between those for  starlings and those for crows, so  it is obviously neither threatened  nor endangered as claimed by  many. It is also obvious that this  bird is quite capable of maintaining itself in satisfactory  numbers using the present  breeding grounds, wherever  they may be.  It would not seem reasonable  lo ask for the setting aside of  large upland areas based on the  premise that they are a vital factor in ihis secretive bird's life  cycle. It appears to be doing  very well on ils own.  As usual an environmental  group is making a mountain  range out of a mole hill.  JAMES THOMSON  Gibsons  Don't transfer  blame to bears  Regarding the Pender Harbour Landfill - things must be at  the desperate stage. Certain people who insist we need a transfer  station have used almost every  avenue to justify their ends, now  it's the bears' turn. After all  these years with little or no trouble from ihe bears, these people  now have the audacity to use  these creatures as a feeble  excuse to get a transfer station  installed. The people of Pender  Harbour should have the final  say of what should be done.  If, however, Mr. Jim Gurney  is so dedicated to this project,  let him supply his own funds.  SID L0W1NGS  Garden Bay  Trigger-happy  antics disgust  After reading your article  about the bear in Gibsons, we  were truly disgusted. We cannot  believe this happens on the Sunshine Coast, let alone the  authorities condoning such  actions.  It's hard enough to gel the  conservation officer to relocate  a garbage bear these days without some trigger-happy idiot  undoing his efforts. So what  now? We have one wounded  bear that has gone off to die,  while the assailant has been  admonished with the usual wrist  slap. There are very distinct  laws concerning the discharge  of firearms in residential areas.  Why did the police not lay  charges?  letters 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.  VON 3A0  The really sad part to Ihis  story is Ihe lack of reaction by  the conservation officer. Admittedly he was on the right track  in Gibsons with a live trap and a  plan to relocate the bear. However, when Ihings got out of  control he should have come  down clearly in defence of the  animals he is employed to protect. It is getting more and more  clear lhat too many of these trigger-happy folks get away too  easy. Why did the conservation  officer not lay charges?  In Garden Bay Estates last  year a mother deer was shot for  making the mistake of eating in  some creature's unfenced garden. Nothing was done. Dog  packs roam around killing deer,  raccoons, etc., al night and even  in broad daylight with witnesses. Nothing gets done. Bears  were massacred at the Pender  Harbour dump and nothing was  done to find out who was  responsible. Once again the bear  population has increased and the  animal spokesman has ventured  to say that something will have  to be done or else they too will  have lo be shot.  NO. STOP!! These bears are  only at the dump as in Gibsons  because of human garbage being  available. The bears and particularly the mothers with cubs  deserve at least one chance.  Tranquilize them as a family  and ship them out lo remote  locations. And fence the dump  to prevent further incidents.  CORNELIA VAN BERKEL  and DON KERNAN  Madeira Park  The strange case of Puritanism and the red herrings  The uproar in the British Royal Family and the  American election have both got me musing about  puritanism.  It's a subject I try to stay away from having had  more than a bellyful in my formative years and a  few scan since from brushes with the determinedly  righteous along the way.  It's also one of the few subjects I ever disagreed  with my old friend Eileen Glassford about.  Back fifteen or sixteen years ago, when the  freedom of the Hippy yean seemed to be spiralling  into seedier and seedier manifestations of undisciplined licentiousness, Eileen observed one day that  'perhaps the puritans bad something'.  I knew what she meant. There was something  attractive about the discipline and the focussed  energy of the puritans, especially so in a society  which teemed to have lost its way and its sense of  purpose.  Yet, I knew immediately that I disagreed with  her though I had to take a few moments to try to  understand why.  Finally I said: "I cannot believe that any system  which has fear as its driving force is longterm in  the beat interests of anybody."  Eileen accepted that reservation thoughtfully  and we turned to tbe discussion of something more  congenial.  Today, puritanism seems to be grown to a  looming giant in our affairs. It may be a pieoccu-  musings  John burnside  pation which warps our understanding of the world  around us and weakens our ability to respond to  real dangen.  Take the tremendous foofaraw surrounding the  British Royal Family.  Millions are in a state of tremendous upset and  anxiety because the royal offspring are rooting  around behaving as the pampered children of the  wealthy have always behaved.  The historian would observe that the Anglican  Church, which the Queen heads, was formed by  Henry VIII not because of any great doctrinal  insights that came to the king but because he wanted to divorce bis wife and the Pope would not cooperate.  That Henry was a warrior, wan expensive, and  the great Catholic churches of England the repositories of much wealth was not irrelevant.  Until very recently it was pretty well expected  that young royals would cut a wide swathe through  the countryside with whatever vice was their  favourite.  The common people knew this and had known  it since time immemorial. It was one of the privileges of the upper classes, taken for granted and  suffered under for centuries.  Now, the fact that Prince Charles and Princess  Diana are having difficulties looks to shake the  realm. In the old days he would have had a mistress and she a lover and they would have presided  with glacial correctness at public functions.  Thai tbe wife of a younger son was having a  fling with someone else would not have headed up  the gossip columns even in court. If another son  seemed not to have any time for girls at all, this too  bad been known through the centuries and was  scarcely worthy of comment.  Now the monarchy reels and the realm quakes  before the news of the peccadillos of the privileged.  In our great neighbour to the south intolerance  reigns. The nation founded by people fleeing from  religious persecution seems bound and determined  to whip its people into line with endless applications of force.  Already, we are told, there are more Americans  in jail per capita than in any other country in die  world except South Africa and the candidates for  the presidency this year, at least Bush and Quayle,  are appealing to the electorate with promises to  slap even more young and old in prison.  I knew a family well when I was very young  who belonged to the sect of Presbyterianism  known as the Plymouth Brethren. There may have  been seventeen of them in all in the tiny Glenbuck  Gospel Hall bul they taught and they believed that  only they would be saved when the day of judgement came. Even at five I thought this preposterous.  On the moon around that little hall were scattered memorials to the Covenanting Martyrs,  Calvinists who were slaughtered by Anglicans  then in power about the time the other Plymouth  Brethren went to America.  And yet the persecuted, whether in the Glenbuck Gospel Hall or in the Uniled Stales of America, are quick to judge and to condemn when the  threat to them has been removed.  This is not an argument in praise of libertines.  But the fear of evil or dtillation by it which seems  to obsess us is obscuring from us signs of real  menace in the big picture  The evils of our time, I submit, are the organized exploitation of suffering millions and the  environmental damage being done by the  exploiters.  Could it be our tendency to intolerance is being  manipulated to keep our minds from other and  greater exploitations?  COAST^NEWS  TM ��a��a��i�� Cor* Nm .am, Band M  PIMM on M SiMM Com BC amy  MM* tr MM nam let, Boa *ao. cation,  BC, aW 1V*J,|BI|a*aW*aarto|tO<) �����***-,  socm Ota in a. _t_ B.c. inai m-  an, tantm mrm rm tm mmm  lm%atmrmammhmmmt*rtt)l*_H  iral ���pMOn ol in put ol I By ere ran ���  raWtaKjd unkn omrnm r, ailing a frat  strut, km nnaaajlil Am 111, Ktta or re  <SX>m ******mr.Cer*k.tmrOS,  tvt rjsT .mm, a m go . tug tm ���  aWAfimgnlMfNoaST) Saartomral  ttaamfira  HmremmmTm,  Olflea Monagor  .0 Sherman  Your community's AWARD-WINNING newspaper  ^t,t*mmmmmmmmma*m^ ^,*\m%_J__^Pa*w^ ^J*^2*j'_,l  .      ���      .  ���    1   tr   T   a~ '    '  ���    ���     ���...-   .- . .- ,*r   +   ,  ���   * .r    /   ���*���. + ��  mtmm Coast News, September 14, 1992  opinion  Bittersweet and the Indigo BVDs  15iVK  soii.s\ i.\\i)S( aim;  SUPPLY l\(.  The other late afternoon,  when dusk was jusl falling in, I  was awakened from a bit of a  An by a persistent knock on the  door.  A passel of young lads selling kindling wood. We don't  have a fireplace, and Ihere being  no other immediately discern-  able use for kindling wood, it  was no sale.  But turning on the lights for  the night I began to remember  the days when my friends and I,  particularly at the beginning of  the school year, would be out  there selling something. Let's  not get into this bit aboul the  year actually starting in September, but there's certainly something in il.  What we sold, in the early  and mid 30s, in l-'ort Garry, a  jusl developing suburb soulh of  Winnipeg on a greal bend of the  Red Kiver, was, initially, bitter  sweet.  Bittersweet, for the uninitiated, is a lovely and lasting bright  orange berry lhat grows on the  lop of vines which crawl up tall  trees in various parts of the  world. In Fort Garry Ihey grew  up great enormous elm trees  down along the river.  In harvesting the bittersweet  we would take off on our bikes  wilh perhaps a sandwich and a  couple of buns. You got in there  among the elms, sought out the  bittersweet at their peaks and  climbed the ones that seemed  reasonable.  Bittersweet at that time, I  don't know how it is today of  course, but at that lime was classifiable almost wilh edelweiss,  and you had to climb up Mont  Blanc lo get a posy of edelweiss.  We sold little bunches of bittersweet from door to door and  got often SO cents for them, and  50 cents in those days was a fair  tick. What we had also done  was introduce ourselves lo the  friends of our parents as some  kind of coming entrepreneurs  Adamson, one of the three of  us, was gifted by his father with  a quite workable printing set  one Christmas. This we recognized was not jusl some loy. I  mean you could actually print  stuff, and get it on the street  with this thing. It look lime and  all lhat, but if we stopped climbing after bittersweet we had  time.  The printing shop was set up  on the ping-pong table in Adam-  son's downstairs recreation  room. He had, granted, three  young brothers and a sister, but  they seemed to accept Ihis situation.  A paper was born on the  ping-pong table. A western  in a nutshell  paper. Unequivocal. Outstanding in its views. Scurrilous in  part. We yearned to be sued by  someone.  We called it ihe Indigo  BVDs, and sold it, like the bittersweet, from door to door. We  leaned on the local merchants  and got avuncular bits of advertising in il. All 50 cents worth.  We exposed local scandals. Mrs.  Brown living with Mr. Jones,  with Mr. Brown there in a  wheelchair; but, of course,  everyone knew all this stuff and  nobody ever sued us.  I can't remember why we  didn't get into book publishing.  Not, al least, for lack of ideas.  There were ideas, not bad  maybe, roaring about all over  the place. Who knows? Maybe  the Indigo imprint might have  made it in Canadian publishing  such as it is.  II was nice lo see these lads  selling their kindling wood,  wherever Ihey got it from.  Memories of the Indigo BVDs  stuart nutter  made me wonder, however,  aboul whether there mighl be a  sort of Junior Press raging away  out there bul not being paid any  attention. Putting together our  paper was a painstaking business, involving tweezers and  lining up individual, rubber  based letters on trays.  Nowadays our kids have  computers. My grandson has a  computer, I don't. With a com  putcr and a printer, which you  might expect to gel as a birthday  present, a reasonably lively 14  year old could blanket whole  blocks of streets around wilh  totally seditious material. Is this  being done?  I really hate to say it, but  maybe some sort of study  should be done. Is there an  underground association of  under-16 publishers? And if so  why, in these days of declining  major newspapers, don'l we  hear of if? Anyone looking for a  commissioner for such a study  may apply here.  Fertilized Lawn & Garden Soil ��� Concrete Lawn Ornaments  Manure & Bark Mulch ��� Landscape Fabric - 6' & 12'  Sand & Gravel A        widths, any quantity  Allan a3tock  . '���V ' a  am Conc-Ma B��* ��� I  EASY INSTALLATIONS  VERSATILE  DURABLE & STRONG  AFFORDABLE  HOURS: MON     SAT 9 AM   5 PM    CLOSED SUNDAY  SOIL tV GRAVEL SUPPLIES  886 09a!<a       III 1IVI KY AVIIIABII    Ml I DAD 10(1 SMAll       FAX 886 0926  cs Mexican Night a  J��LZlS^O(MS  Wednesday night at illusions  is Mexican Night  featuring dinner specials  BURRITOS, QUMADILLAS, TACOS  and many more Mexican specials  Come and enjoy a night of excitement with the  feeling of    l MEXICO  lottors  Coast-wide  recreation overdue  It would seem that the time  has come for the Sunshine Coast  to have a centralized recreation  funding strategy.  Surely it cannot escape our  elected officials that all citizens  of the Coast enjoy the benefits  of each other's community facilities, and that left to their own  tax base, these facilities can  only operate at a minimal level.  The present situation with the  Sunshine Coast Arcna is a perfect example of a facility that is  dearly desired by all communities from one end of the Coast lo  the other.  Yet, thai facility cannot  afford reasonable ice rates to its  user groups nor can it expect  those groups to subsidize further  requirement.  Until the various governing  bodies begin the process of  eliminating barriers of self-  interest and rebuild with a spirit  of cooperation using existing  infrastructures (the quality of  life of ALL Coast residents  being the objective), then the  residents of the Coast will be  relegated to having second-rate  facilities, or worse, no facilities  at all.  We should all expect and  receive more for our recreational tax dollar.  GORDON CLAYTON  Sechelt  Join annual Terry  Fox run  The fall nip is in the air, the  summer guests are dispatched,  grandchildren to grandparents,  and routines are being mapped  out.  While the calendar is out,  mark Sunday, Sept. 20 as a day  to join the special tradition started by a special person - Terry  Fox.  Each year anyone and everyone can find a way to support  and participate in the Terry Fox  Run. This event commemorates  Ihe heroism of Terry Fox and is  a true symbol of hope and striving under adversity.  The proceeds from donations  and pledges go towards the  Terry Fox Foundation, which  stands "to maintain the vision  and principles of Terry Fox  while raising money for innovative cancer research in an annual  event known as the Terry Fox  Run."  Come out in Gibsons at 9:30  am to St. Mary's Catholic  Church lo run, walk, skateboard,  bicycle, stroller and cheer on  others over the three, six or 10  kilometre course (pets welcome  too).  Keep cancer at bay with a  walk a day! Bring friends and  Pendant  Fixtures  LARGE SELECTION of  colours and styles from  haditional lo nigh-tech  family and join in the fun. This  year's colourful T-shirts will be  available at the run.  Information and pledge  sheets are available from the  perennial organizer Ricta Hanson al 886-8305 and at locations  throughout the community,  including the office of Dr. Donald Bland.  Many thanks lo Ricta for her  devotion and inspiration.  MARY FINDLAY  Gibsons  , AMIGOS1  ���        OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER        ���  11:30 am to midnight  Fully Licensed     Tuesday nutouoH Sunday 5663 Teredo St.  All major credit Closed Mondays     On the Waterfront  cards accepted 88S-0900 at Inlet, Sechelt  ���        ���        ���        #  Sechelt Lighting /\5S  885-9417 ��� 5609 Highway 101, Sechelt  !>��> ot ^  APPEARING THIS WEEK  COUNTRY ROCKERS  1 \       mmmm       i J   I    i r��wj^^g  Pebbles from the past  919  (  '*< .  ito  ,/  ���s  i  STRAIGHT SHOOTER  Thursday, Friday A. Saturday night Sept. 17, 18, ��1 19  Doors Open 8:00pm  ELPHINSTONE PIONEER MUSEUM  This Pebble from the Past la not about the usual old place or site, but about  the place where a great part of our past Is preserved and available for  viewing. Due to the efforts of Les Peterson and his small group, the  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum project got started in 1965. It was deolded a place  was needed to collect the villages' treasures suoh as artifacts, books, photos and  historical records. Today we see the results of this foresight in the museum  located in Lower Qlbsons. Again the community guides its destiny through the  direct efforts of its people. COMMUNITY INTEREST AND INVOLVEMENT  WILL DECIDE THIS TOWN'S FUTURE - PARTICIPATE!  ���  Tefffe  ts  Pebbles people are part of your  community - participate with us in  your communities' development  REALTY LTD.  Your local Real Eitglg Company - Gibsons Quay  tout iocai near, eiww company - masons Quay  Box 335, Gower Point Road. Albions, B.C. VAN .Vo  a^fc  Phona: 688-8107, Van, loll Irilj 681-3044,ta��: 886-9060  "BODY HEAT"  Male Exotic Dancers  ONE NIGHT ONLY  Friday October 2  MENS NIGHT OUT  FEMALE  EXOTIC DANCERS  Coming In October  JIM FOSTER &the  Rockln Hoodoos  Thursday, Friday, Saturday  Oct. 8/9/10  THIS HALLOWE EN  SPARKLING APPLE  Thursday, Friday, Saturday  Oct. 29/30/31  Costume Contest Oct 31st - Prizes  Pool Tournament  Every Wednesday Night 8i30pm  pre-reslster 8:00pm  ���Nightly Prizes ��� Nightly Winners  Compete for Championships Oct 14  Open Wed.-Sat. 8:00 pm  fiHSONSLANnm  2:00 am 886-3336  ���    ���  J fea&iS  community  sspft, m a fl?  ^c-m  Bing*  \/l'll*   /'/l-  i'   / l^lll   Si  Tuesday Nights akaors  'O  0pm5 3llBHaltli.il 7 I.I  |  Closed Sundays   |  General Meetings  Wtd,Srfttember I6/7.J0*)i*i  CRIB NIGHT  THURSDAYS  8pm SHARP  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-W84  A deluge of rock and gravel  rushes down Gibsons' School  Road as a bunt water main  halls construction of a new  sewer line. Public works  responded quickly to cut off  the water supply and effect  repairs. The project is  expected to take several more  weeks to compiele.  Charles Hart photo  �����|    I for the finest in area dining  m Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of tbe Week  DRIVE-IN  What ever happened to Bobby Hull?  Bobby Hull, Gordie Howe, Frank ond Peler Mahovlich, Bob Nyslrom, Howie  Meeker, Eddie Shock Whatever happened to these and all the other great  NHl stars ol ihe pasl?  Slarting this week in Ihe Weekender, youi be the lirsl lo know. Watch lor it  along with our weekly 2 FOR 1 specials.  886-7813  OPEN LATE EVERY NITE  Hwy. 101, near North Rd., Gibsons  FAMILY DINING  Andy'! Restaurant - Lunch and dinner special every day. Every  Wednesday night 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  II am - 2:30 pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3.188. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am - 10 pm.  The Boat Houu - lust a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the  West, East and Gulf Coasts as well  as a variety of other specialties.  Join us after 5 pm for dinner or for  our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2  pm. Friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some of the reasons you'U  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.  Caft Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prepared  with the freshest ingredients -  both healthful and delicious. Our  whole wheat bread and scrumptious desserts are baked fresh  daily, on the premises. Outside  dining, take out orders for the  beach and cappuccino are available. The Coast's bistro...as  unique as the Coast itself. Mon-  Thurs 9 - 5. Fri ir Sat 9 - 9. Closed  Sunday. Teredo Square, Sechelt.  Phone ahead for your lunch! 885-  9962.  Oar Lebanon naitaurarn - Now open  in Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101.  Lunch and Dinner features include  Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels,  Cappuccino, Espresso and  Desserts. Open 7 days a week, 10  am - 11 pm. Eat in or take-out.  Catering for parties and weddings.  886-3572. Everything we make is  made with love!  Haid-A-Way Restaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on  Hwy. 101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your  enjoyment of our 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 with evening hours 5pm-  10pm. Our Sunday buffet (11 am -  2 pm) features a scrumptious  salad bar, with a large selection of  hot and cold dishes and desserts.  Eat to your heart's content. Don't  forget our Friday night 2 for I  special 5pm- 10pm. Reservations  886-4501. 50 seats plus banquet  room.  HaHtkfe Family Restaurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air conditioned. Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am -  10 pm. Fri A Sat 11 am - 11 pm.  886-2993  Tht Omega Pint, Weak and Lobettv  Hour* - With a perfect view of Gibsons Marina, and a good time  atmosphere, the Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll  often see Bruno Gerussi, former  star of the Beachcombers, dining  here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very special children's menu. Reservations  recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch Mon. -  Fri., 11:30 - 2:30, dinner daily 4 - 9  pm, Fri. & Sat,'til 10 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger ��� Spectacular waterfront dining in Secrel Cove.  Lunch and dinner served seven  days a week from 11:00 a.m.  Lunch specials daily. Dinner  menu includes fresh seafood,  chicken, steaks, pasta and pizza  with homemade dough made on  the premises. A children's menu  is also available. Join us for  Brunch on Sunday from 10:00  a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Our Dockside deli  is open daily 5:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.  for breakfast and lunch. Fully  licensed. Visa, Mastercard. Mercer Road, Secrel Cove. Reservations recommended. 885-7184.  Tha Wharf - 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 '-ar & 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 -10 pm. Friday & Saturday,  11:00 am - 11:30 pm, lunch buffet  11:30 am - 2:30 pm, dinner buffet  4:30 pm - 9:00 pm. For reservations call 886-3028. Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Closed Monday and Tuesday.  Pub open noon - closing. Kitchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  Sorted Legion #140 - One of the best  bargains on the Coasl, every Friday night, are the fabulous barbe-  qued steak dinners served from 6  to 8 pm for only $6 75. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. top sirloin steak  served wilh your choice of baked  potato (with all the garnishes) nr  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 & 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  Inrlnt'i Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average  dinner for two, $30. We're now  open 7 days a week 11-11 with our  kitchen open from 11-10. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard &  Visa. Fully licensed.  FINE DINING  Blue Haron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner Observe the  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle at  your table. To savor this superb  dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Choi Philippe Raataurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Chef Philippe is  busy cooking up your favorites  including Spinach salad with  warm Balsamic Vinaigrette and  Fresh Australian Rack of Lamb  wilh 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 to Ocean Beach Esplanade.  Reservations recommended. 886-  2188. Open from 5:30 Thursday  through Tuesday.  Croak House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere. We  serve selections of rack of lamb,  duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks  and daily specials from a constantly changing menu. Reservations  recommended. Roberts Creek  Road and Beach Avenue - 885-  9321. Open from 6 pm. Thurs.  through Sun. Visa tt 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 flamW desserts are prepared  at your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspina Strait set the theme for  a beautiful night out. Friendly,  courteous staff, fine international  cuisine, special desserts, comfortable surroundings, and soft music  add up to make yours a night to  remember. We feature daily dinner specials as well as our popular  "table d'hote". September hours:  Closed Mondays <V Tuesdays  Wed-Fri: Continental Breakfast 8  11 am, Lunch 112 pm, Dinner 6-9  pm. Sat k Sun: Full breakfast and  iunch 8 am - 2 pm, dinner 6-9 pm.  Visa, Mastercard, American  Express. Reservations recommend.  885-7038  Pebbles ��� On Tha Baaed ��� Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by et 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.  FAT IN TAKEOUT  En* �� Qwan'a Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small  charge for orders under $10. Hwy  101. Gibsons. 886-7813.  -..;?; '  VW' -'���"���   '^^^"K<)aVf^a1SSS^''^^\  V    > -   ������ .-*H;>1i?l*^^8g:-��,r-- .'  ....   ;-"��� -:. .---���*.a* > -,  -��������������,.  *���               .*.���.*  ��� ���        .* *    ,   . *..  ���  .V---. *T  george In glbsons  by George Cooper 886-8520  Among the Elphinstone  graduates of a year ago, Graham  Ruck, l.iv Fredricksen and  Robert Newman arc now in  Iheir second year of studies at  UBC.  Graham, who was awarded  the President's Entrance Scholarship, the Howe Sound Pulp  and Paper Top Aggregate  award, the Geri Marchuk  Memorial bursary and named  the top sludcnl in Grade 12, is  in second year engineering wilh  a view to majoring in engineering physics and perhaps  aerospace engineering.  Liv spent six weeks just after  graduation lasl year at the University of Montreal in a French  immersion program for which  she won a scholarship awarded  jointly by Ihe federal and  provincial governments. Along  with her other academic subjects, Liv continues studies in  French. The Parents for French  bursary, the Sunshine Coast  Credit Union bursary, the Sunshine Coast Teachers scholarship and the Headlands Shield  for scholastic ability were  awarded her at Elphinstone.  Robert continues in honours  physics, and last year at UBC  was named to the Dean's List of  outstanding students. Only 150  of the 1,700 sludenis attained  this recognition in Ihe science  programs. Robert was awarded  a Canadian Forest Products bursary last year for top science  marks. In Blphinstone's graduation ceremony Robert received  the Kinsmen scholarship for  academic achievement and the  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  bursary for top science sludent.  Taunia McQueen, who was  awarded the Calvary Baptist  Church bursary, spent last academic year al Capernwray Bible  College on Thetis Island. Taunia is now in Edmonton where  she intends lo work Ihis year.  Deyon Robson, who was  also awarded Ihe Calvary Bap-  list Church bursary, attended the  Youth with a Mission school in  Turner Valley last year, which  included a mission of outreach  lo the island of Dominica in the  Caribbean  ��?  no animal lctting.noanimal ingredients  BEAUTY WITHOUT CRUELTY provides  affordable, high quality natural cosmetics  including complete skin care programs,  make-up and shampoo & conditioner.  VARIETY  FOODS  by Beverley Shipley  The dry, hot summer in  Roberts Creek has resulted in  the continued ban on fires of  any kind. There will be no permits issued until the rains  come. And according to Fire  Chief Denis Mulligan, even  with the dry summer it has  been a "pretty quiet" one.  There was one fire from lightning hitting a tree; several false  alarms from houses with alarm  systems; but a noticeable  increase in motor vehicle accidents - apparently up 30 per  cent from 1991.  The fire hall is three quarters  finished, awaiting gyproc.  Their are four trucks in the hall  now including a new pumper  truck, one old pumper truck, a  tanker truck and one rescue  truck. The expansion has been  partially billed lo GO BC in the  amount of $70,000 and Ihe  remaining $70,000 is being  picked up by taxpayers. A  reminder that the parking lol is  strictly for the use of fire  department vehicles.  When the hall is complete  there will be an Open House.  OCP Meeting  The next Official Community Plan meeting is this Wednesday, Sept. 16, and if you wish  to be a member of the working  committee for the new OCP,  you must register by today,  Sept. 14, with Dianne Evans at  886-2469 before 9 pm or 885-  5881 from 9 am to 4 pm.  Maskell Road resident Alec  Ross is conducting a survey of  Creeker opinions regarding the  future development of Roberts  Creek. In his brief questionnaire he asks three questions:  Do you support Ihe OCP policy  for Highway 101, discouraging  commercial or industrial development; what type of growth  would you like to see for  Roberts Creek; and what are  your comments? To help with  this survey the forms are available at the Deli Fish Cafe in  downtown Roberts .Creek or  from Alec at 886-7966. The  results will be presented to the  OCP working committee.  RCCA Meeting  The nexl Roberts Creek  Community Association meeting will be Sept. 23 at 8 pm at  the hall. Guest speakers will be  School Superintendent Tim  Anderson and School Trustee  Lynn Chapman, who will be  giving a report on the Roberts  Creek Elementary expansion.  Also speaking will be a representative from BC Hydro to  discuss limbing and tree  removal in Roberts Creek to  prevent ihe type of power out-  ages.we experienced last year.  Benefit Dance  Former Park Road Roberts  Creek resident John Storey lost  all his stuff including his boat  to the waters of Gibsons Harbour recently.  John's friends are putting on  a benefit dance for him Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Gibsons  Legion Hall wilh Top Secret  performing. Tickets are $10  each and are available at the  Roberts Creek General Store.  Full-Time  Bartender  Wanted  PENINSULA MO  -- ^v:#-':n:i'-'':ii,Fi-i:K'  Phone  886-8766  or  886-7312  ���  ���  * - - .-., ,-, . ..  _____________ Coast News, September 14, 1992  davisbayntms  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  There was something for  everyone at the September 5  opening of Crystal Serendipity,  situated in the Market Place  behind Galiano Market. Free  reflexology treatments, Bach  flower remedies, astrology readings, tarot card readings and  palmistry were just a few examples of what is available.  The shop itself is tastefully  appointed with a fascinating  variety of interesting things.  There is a vast assortment of  beautiful crystals, handcrafted  jewelry, interesting books,  exquisite pencil drawings and  watercolours, all attractively  framed.  "Our mission is to provide  products and information which  support and promote personal  growth and self-empowerment"  is the motto of owners Arone  Chilton and Cathrine Fuller.  Drop in and see for yourself.  Community plan  A large group turned out to  hear the town planner, Rob  Buchan, speak at the association  meeting Tuesday, Sept. 8. He  stressed not only the importance  of community planning, but the  significance of people getting  involved. "Because there are  attitudinal and technological  changes to municipal affairs, it  is vital to have the input of pub-  lic thinking," said Buchan.  "There must be a defined study,  for there are areas that should  and shouldn't be developed.  Over-density, over-population,  geological and environmental  issues must all be reviewed."  He urged people to get  involved in Ihe planning of the  community, attend meetings,  write letters, make your wants  and wishes known.  World Choir  "Music is a fundamental  form of communication, a powerful means of expression and is  essential in family interactions."  These words were conveyed to  us by Edwin Coppard, founder  of the Vancouver World Choir,  at a dinner/lecture at Cafe Pierrot Thursday evening, Sept. 3.  He will be teaching a workshop  called 'Learn to sing in one  day', on Sepl. 19 at the Davis  Bay/Wilson Creek Communily  Hall. The fee is $100 for adults  and $75 for children.  On Sept. 18 and 19, there  will be two concerts, "Travellers in Paradise" and "Travellers in Paradise and their  Friends", at the Festival Pavilion at Rockwood Centre. Tickets are $7.50 or $20 for a family  pass. For registration and/or  information please call 885-  8815.  Memory Lane  As promised, today begins a  trip down memory lane wilh  bits and pieces of early history  gleaned from the records of Kay  Franske, who, along with husband Vic, settled in Davis Bay  on June 16, 1950. Many thanks  to Kay.  The beginning of every community starts with a scattering  of hard-working people willing  to depend on the land or sea for  their existence. In the old days,  the church was the focal point  of any settlement and as time  passed, a community hall was  usually established. Wilson  Creek was no exception. The  pioneers of this area were farmers, loggers, fishermen, carpenters, etc., and all were ably supported and cared for by a hardy  band of women.  In the weeks to come, you  community  will recognize many of the  names you read, either by family or perhaps the road you live  on was named after one of these  oldtimers.  In 1944 the property on Ihe  corner of Highway 101 and  Whitaker Road was purchased  from Ron Whitaker for $200,  the purpose being to build a  church. During that spring, people pitched in to erect the new  structure, donating their time,  expertise, materials, whatever  they could.  There were Henry and  Dorothy Gilbertson, along with  their family, Bobby. Francis and  Joyce; Tom and Florence Turner; ihe Chilton.*, Albert and  Delia; Hal and May Roberls;  Hector and Margaret Macleod;  Wallace and Margaret McC'ul-  lough, familiar names all.  When the church was completed in 1945, it was non-  denominational and was named  Wilson Creek Church, with an  enrolment of 15 people. There  was no kitchen, no inside  plumbing, but by the following  year, the membership had doubled and the church became a  beehive of activity. Sunday  School was taught by Florence  Turner, who also played the  piano for the junior orchestra.  Some of the early musicians  were  Curley  l.ucken,  Jack  McLeod and Margaret Mcln-  lyre.  The ladies of the community  banded together in an effort to  raise funds to improve the  church and build a community  hall Strawberry teas, bazaars,  whist drives, concerts, any form  of entertainment was a welcome  means of earning money for  their goal. Continued next  week...  aaa.Biiiii..M.i..a.>.��li.aa a....  THE LANDING GENERAL STORE  Lang Calendars  Monthly Planners  272 Gower Point Road,  Gibsons landing ��� 886-2818  II  %   ^  Marion Lineker  announces  her new  venture...  CUSTOM  IMPRINTING  We supply and print on pens, L  keychains, mugs, glassware, o^T  sportswear, and much more!  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JO ::*fr. ~mj   ���Mllll III HUH WHtH.1  XXb-1  mm T>^   ���>  i  S3  White & Pastel Bases  Regular        SALE  Super Beauti-Tone Acrylic Latex  Silk $33.99 $23.79  Super Beauti-Tone Acrylic Latex  Suede $33.99 $23.79  Latex  Velvet      $24 99    $f 7.49  Alkyd  Velvet       $3199    $22.39  ALL  IN-STOCK SIKKENS  15% off  Clip Coupon For Further Savings  Jk  !foo  11II & SAVE  SAVE  :   :" AN ADDITIONAL  W-M $1.00 with  iiV.\Yv:">V Each  4 Litre Can  of Paint  CIII & SAVE     $1����  THEk  POWER  "GOLD,  Clip Coupon For Further Savings  too  SAVE  AN ADDITIONAL  $1.00 OFF  Per Bag  of Insulation  < III & SAVE  ICEIP & SAVE  s_____jo  m  R20-15  R20-23  $18.95  $28.49  P---  <9>  fl  1  fJK\    <  aJkl     1  HE9  Cash A Carry  �� SALE PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL SEPTEMBER 26  :  Sunshine Coast  r BUILDING SUPPLIES  L.     fifian Wharf Rd.. Sechelt 885-5818 Coast News, September 14, 1992  Shop*Easy  "Your first choice in foods  Serving the Community Since 1950  Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt 885-2025  Meat     885-9812      Bakery 885-9823  Summer Hours  Still In Effect!  Sunday 106  Mon ��� Thurs 97  Friday 99  Saturday 96  tor j limited time, you can SOW vash noisier tapes lor  i/our.seli. \nu tapes dated between March I, I99L* ami Dtt  1. t$S8 tan K- exchanged at our service counter for a gilt  icttifu ate. redeemable al anu "*���' -��/ Ine following Trail Hay  Vail store*. Hobbies Shoes. tWilsten tales. Hooks and Stuff,  lioddard's. .Xovn Jewellery. Headguarters, Ipstairs iX-  liownstairs Shoppe, Sew hast/ or Sole Feetures.  )oti will receive one $10 gilt certificate for each $50Q in  tape-. Your certificates can be redeemed for goods or  wrtn es. any time prior lo Dec 'J4. 1992. Spend them as  you yet them or save Ihem up'  ���H-  We now accept Visa  and Mastercard for  your convenience  These are just a few of the more than 350  specials you 'll find in store for you.  Prices effective Monday, September 14 to  Sunday, September 20.  Groceries  Mbucwell House regular or decaf  Coffee  rg/190 g you save 2.11  is  ! of 12 x 355 ml you save 4.68  906 ml.. .Z. .you save 1.01  Holtzheuser Cranraspberry or  1.361...... .you save 1.31  Hunt's Whole, crushed or  *B(^mma#I IhavmftAAA  3J8,pl, you save .51  Hidden Valley Ranch  380 n*l you save .87  Ol  ..you save 1.51  ..yousave 1.01  ,.you sail .71  traL..........,,....,..)"Ou save .51  ym^ktom, bean or  \��U*awm  __r_- -        ^m^t���aa/m  fHfvmLa.a you save .31  ..............you save .47  .. ..  IMNW  i ml, .........you save 1.71  t loaf  i't .you save .87  >'�� .you save .27  " tiai��Vi(BtyJ.  ..yousave 1.91  tfc dishwasher  fifgi%..,.���...i...iyou save 3.91  I laundry  ......���.������. .......you save 1.31  Bags  ....you save .77  ���__���jnm?  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Tlihuljle CooMbs  Pkg Of 18   PI* of 6*.  ii  Seafood  Fresh or frozen  CodFMets  7.25/kg   Imitation  Crabmeat  8.80/kg   Previously frozen  19.82/kg  .Produce  3��  1*  I          Dairy          I  No Name all flavours  Ice Cream  Foremost Grade A  Mocaum Eggs  Imperial     ,  Soft Margarine  454 g tub...;.;; you saVB".41  Generic label  ���Butter  378  -J28  ���J 18  As\T^  3�����  8��t  New'Zealand  ICIwiaFiuM  ""'"������ *  *���  U.S.  Buich atekieoh  -=='   Baraatt Pears  B.C. Hothouse  2.40/kg....  Deli  Bteck Forest or  ____% ��������-������ ������   VRirHnonnan  Sliced. 100 g   Montreal Corned Beef or  OH  ���99  Sliced, 100 g......���,  nHHH  6O0 off  .    /Vny Deli Item  Limit one per customer  Offer Expires September 20, 1992.  ���  " -��� ��� �� ��� <��� . ��������� ��� Coast News, September 14, 1992  community  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  My neighbours have a dear  aunt visiting from England. In  her visits to Canada they have  taken her everywhere along the  Sunshine Coast and in Vancouver.  Auntie Dot has seen Chinatown, Gastown, Granville Island  and Stanley Park. She has seen  Molly's Reach, Snickett Park,  Smuggler's Cove and all of Pender Harbour. She has been to  every craft show    _______  and  fair on  the  Coast.  On her second  lo lasl nighl before  her flight home we  able in book stores and at Ihe  library.  Choir to perform  Crystal Serendipity is presenting Edwin Coppard, founder  of the Vancouver World Choir  and his choral group, Travellers  in Paradise, at the Festival  Pavilion for Iwo concerts, Sept.  18 and 19.  During ihe day of Sept. 19  Mr. Coppard and his group will  be conducting a workshop at the        Davis Bay/Wilson  ���a     # ���   ix. Creek Community  Aunlte Uot        ||aU. Lfj,.,, ,0 sjng in  .promised US all one day. Tickets are  jr.-. _!... ... ij   available at Crystal  that She would   Serendipitv> Sechell.  drove     to     the not tell everyone RobertaCreek Gen  garbage dump and,  amid the foul-  smelling refuse,  surrounded by flies  and wasps, with  ravens and seagulls  crying as they  wheeled overhead,  we  watched  the  bears for nearly      Iwo hours. Auntie  Dot was delighted, took a roll of  111n�� in ihe dusk and promised  us all that she would not tell  everyone in Birmingham thai  her most memorable outing in  Canada was to the garbage  dump. Though I don't know  how she will explain away all  the garbage.  Dessert Auction  On to sweeter smelling topics. The celebrity chefs along  the Sunshine Coast are baking  up their specialties and bringing  them to the Celebrity Dessert  Auction al Ihe Arts Centre Sept.  19 at 7:30 pm.  The organizers lell me it will  be an evening of riotous rivalry  among a wide range of coastal  celebrities. There will also he  live entertainment including  Carol Stewart and Brian Corbett. Tickets are $5 al regular  outlets or call 885-2522.  The Arls Cenlre is also presenting an evening of reading by  L.R. Wright Sept. 18 at 8 pm.  Admission is free courtesy of  the Cauda Council Wright has  written several mystery stories  set on the Coast: they are avail-  fa Birmingham  that her most  memorable outing in Canada  was to the  garbage dump.'  eral Store, the Paper  Mill, Pender Harbour, and Sayward  Books in Gibsons.  Coast Consort  The Coast Consort will present an  afternoon of classical  and folk music Ocl.       4 at 2 pm at St.  John's Uniled Church, Davis  Bay. Coasl Consort and guests  will delight you with a program  that includes selections from  Vivaldi, Schubert, Tchaikovsky  and others.  Tickets are $10, seniors $8,  available at Talewind Books,  Coast Books, or at the door. All  proceeds go to the SPCA.  The Sunshine Coast Spinners  and Weavers Guild meets at  Kirkland Cenlre Sept. 14 at  12:30 pm. New members are  welcome. Call 885-3866 or 886-  8662.  Fox Run  Pledge forms for the Terry  Fox Marathon of Hope are  available al the Coasl News,  Bank of Montreal, Pharmasave,  IGA Plus, Pastimes, Paclflca  Pharmacy and Sechell Hardware. It begins from Sechelt  Elementary at 9 am until I pm.  It is a 10 kilometre course  towards Porpoise Bay and ending back at the school. Collect  pledges or make a donation and  walk, run, bike as far as you are  able; Sept. 20-rain or shine.  It's official: the Artificial  Reef Society is planning to  The IrresigPible  TEN DOLIAR DEAL  ON FURNITURE AND REDS  10  10  AA DOWN  PAYMENT  AA PER MONTH  " for one year  NO INTEREST FOR ONE FULL YEAR  Shop to your heart's delight,  make dreams come true  with this irresistible deal.  The terms are subject to your good credit,  of course.  Come now and get an  IRRESISTIBLE DEAL  Limited Time Offer  Stcltelt  __\__\_2)  Furniture Land  Mj.iti.jjiJiaJ:iJii^p-jaimiimi;Miiiiiii.iJ4t.iJiiiiuji  FrM Delivery   You made us the leader in furniture & appliances  on Ihe Sunshine Coast  Sunshine Coaet Hwy., Sechelt  885-5756  YES WE HAVE  NEWSPRINT ROLL ENDS  Various sizes lor$5 and $10 at our  Gibsons and Sechell offices  ���WdiillsM-  ANNOINCIM INI  Dr. Pamela Earle  Optometrist  is pleased to announce that  Dr. Angela Dobson  Optometrist  will be associating with her in the practice of  General Vision Care and Contact Lens Therapy  816 Hwy. 101. Gibsons  886-7211  Looking wesl over Sechelt Friday evening, Aug. 28, this unusual  cloud formation painted the skyline. Slut SchmelU photu  bring the warship HMCS  Chaudiere lo rest in Sechell  Inlet to form an artificial reef.  The society is holding a public  meeiing Tuesday, Sept. 15 al 7  pm at ihe SCRD office in  Sechelt. This is the time to bring  up your questions, air any concerns and learn more about the  future reef.  Important Information  for  All of Dietmar's Valued Clients  Between September 15 A October 20  Dietmar's services will be available at  REFLECTIONS in Madeira Park  on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays  and at  SUPERSHAPE in Sechelt  on Thursdays and Saturdays  UNISEX HAIR &    I  TANNING CENTRE  885-2818  SUPERSHAPE  CORNER OF COWRIE <V INUT, SECHELT  WHAT A WAY TO GO  It's Our  SAVE20%~  off regular price  On All Take-Out Orders of  Pasta & Pizza  'J*  ��&<  PROHTO'I STEAK. PlZZfl  & SPAGHETTI HOUSE  5547 Wharf St. Sechelt 885-1919  Notice Board  Onj-uinB, events must he updated monthly  We reserve Ihe right Iti edil submissions lor brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-prolil events of genuine eommunity interest  Items will he listed three weeks prior lo the event.  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14  Sunthlnt Coatt Peace Group meeting al  7:30pm In Roberts Creek Elementary library.  Refreshments. All welcome.  Qlbtont Pensioners Branch #38 general  meeting at Harmony Hall at 1:30pm. Inio: 886-  9221  Sunthlnt Coatt Spinners ft Weavers Guild  meeting at 12:30pm at Kirkland Centre, Davis  Bay.  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS  Square Dancing - Beginners' Lettont start  today. To register call 885-9680  Let's Play Ping Pong. Gibsons Table Tennis  Club starts today and meets every Tuesday 7-  10pm in Elphinstone Secondary cafeteria.  Beginners welcome. Call Jim for more info, 886-  2775.  Pender Harbour ft District Wildlife Society  meeting at 7:30pm at Pender Harbour  Secondary. Guest speaker: Tom Bell, Ministry of  Parks. Topic: Rehabilitation ol red heather  meadows.  SC Butlnett ft Professional Women's  Association Dinner Meeting 6:00pm at Casa  Martinez. Guest speaker: Dana Sheehan. Topic:  Public Relations ft Marketing.  Halfmoon Bay Childcare Centre Society  Annual General Meeting at 7:00pm at the  Daycare. All interested parents and others  welcome.  Artificial Reef Society public meeting al 7pm  in Ihe Regional Dislricl Board Room In Sechell.  Pott Natal Clatt, 7-9pm in the Gibsons Health  Unit. To register call Wendy Burlin at 885-7132.  WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16  lit Sumhlne Coatt Glbtont Beavers, Cube,  Scouti  and  Venturer!  co-educational  registration 6:30 - 8:00pm in the Kinsmen Hut,  Dougal Park. Leaders needed, tool  Amnesty International is showing the movie "A  Song for Tibet", aboul human rights since Ihe  Chinese invasion, at 7:00pm in Sechelt  Elementary library. By donation. Refreshments.  Navy League registration for children ages 10  to 12. Regular meetings Wednesdays al 6:30pm  in Gibsons Legion Hall.  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17  Hopkins  Branch,  St.  Mary't  Hospital  Auxiliary meeiing at 1:30pm al Ihe Ark in Camp  Sunrise. New members welcome.  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18  Friends of Caren special meeting to discuss  pending MOF decision regarding fate of the  Caren Range forest al 7:30pm at Lions' Park  Hall. For info call 883-2807.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19  Painting Demonstration by Nancy O'Toole at  10am at Shadow Baux Gallery, Sechelt.  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20  Sumhlne Coatt Philatelic Society meeting at  7:30pm in Sechell Library New members  welcome. For info call 885-2958  o  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21  BC Schizophrenia Society, SC Branch,  meeting with Barbara Kannegiesser to discuss  "Sharing t, Caring" support group meetings, in  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit office, Gibsons al  7:30pm.  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23  "Living with Cancer" Support Group All  welcome. Call 886-8369.  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24  MS Self Help Group meeting at 11:30am in  Sechelt Health Unit. Staff members from MS  Society, BC Division, will be there. Info: 1-800-  268-7582  SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 27  Rock ft Roll Seminar for Parents and Youth  tonight and tomorrow, Monday, Sept 28, 7:00pm  at New Life Christian Fellowship, Wharf Rd.,  Sechell. A video/talk presentation exposing  Rock 8 Roll and Ihe impact it's having on our  '90s communities. NOT open to young children.  Into: 885-4534  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28  Haltmoon Bay Festival ft Events Society 1st  Annual General Meeting and election of  officers. 7:00pm at Halfmoon Bay Elementary.  Everyone welcome.  Rock ft Roll Seminar for Parents and Youth  See listing for Sunday, September 27.  MISCELLANEOUS  Registration ot Brownies, Guldei and  Pathfinder!: Sept 14: Hallmoon Bay School 3-  4:30pm; Sepl 15: Pender Harbour - St.  Andrew's Church 7:30pm; Sechelt - St. Hilda's  Church 7-8pm  Sechelt Karate Club is accepting adult  students lor ils fall session slarting Sept. 21.  Beginners welcome. 1st week free. For info call  885-9273  Gibsons and District Public Library is now  open Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9:30-  2:30;Thursdays 2:30-7:30; and Salurdays 9:30-  2:30. For more information call 886-2130 38  The Arthritis Society. (B.C. and Yukon  Division) will be holding a three-day workshop at  the Garibaldi Heallh Unit in Sechell on Sept. 25.  26 and 27 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The  workshop will train persons lo become leaders  ol Ihe Arthritis Self-Management Program.  Participants need no previous experience or  medical knowledge. To attend the Ihree-day free  workshop, call Sheila Carlson at 886-8124.  Ankylosing Spondylitis Sell-Help Support  Group, if you or someone you love would like to  meel others wilh A.S. (a form of arthritis), please  join us. For information please call Anne, 531-  8307.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is open t :00 -  5:00pm Mondays and Tuesdays, and 9:00am -  5:00pm on Wednesdays, plus whenever staff is  in. Displays are constantly changing.  Wheelchair acces-sible. 716 Winn Rd., across  from Gibsons Post Oflice. For tours and other  information call 886-8232.  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teredo Square. Into 885-1959.. 32  MONDAYS  Breakaway Parentt Support Group. Is your  child acting out? Using substances? Oo you  need a loving, accepting, 12-step support  group? Join us at 7:30pm, 807 Kiwanis Way,  Gibsons. Call 886-2423.  Sunthlnt Chorlttert practise at 7pm in St  Hilda's Church, Sechelt. If you enjoy singing,  please join us. For info call 885-4405.  St. Hilda's ft St. Andrtw't Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, lor more info. 32  Seniors' Branch 69. Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. ft  Thursdays-11-12. 32  Overeaten Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall.. Sechelt. Phone 885-2108 or 888-  4781 for details. 32  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday of every month, local art rental ft  talei at Sunthlnt Cottt Art Centra. Open 2-  6pm. Coffee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists lor sale or rent; any donations of  unused frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.34  Glbtont Table Tennit Club starts Sept. 15  and plays every Tuesday. 7-10 p.m. in the  Elphinstone Secondary School cafeteria. Join as  a member or play as a guest. Beginners always  welcome. Call Jim at 886-2775  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C't Weight Lost Support Group meets  12:45-2:30pm. at the United Church,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons. Info: 888-7159.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basement ol  church off Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  26  Gibsons Pensioners Org Branch #38 Tla Chi  al 2:30 and cards at 7:00 pm for seniors at  Harmony Hall every Friday. Info 886-9619 or  886-9000. 35  SATURDAYS  Caren Range Tourt of ancient forest, every  Saturday in September from 11am until 4 or  5pm. Meet outside SC Wildlife Rehabilitation  Centre on Trout Lake Rd., Haltmoon Bay. Bring  a picnic lunch. For info call: 883-1198, 885-  9624,883-2807.  Chapman Creek Hatchery Tourt, Weekly  group tours by appointment only. 4381 Parkway  Rd. (off Field Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-4136  Youth Drop In Center. Grade 7 and up. Come  and go as you please. 5123 Davis Bay Road.  7:00-11:00pm. 26  o  ���SS'BJSi^'Sffl^^ t%  The Corner Closet  bas a good selection of  consignment fashions & accessories.  Located in the Gibsons Quay.  Enter beside Man's Variety or from Molly's Lane.  886-0146  community  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Camp Run  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  b�� Ruth Forrester  The newly formed Halfmoon  Bay Festival and Events Society  will hold its first general meeting at 7 pm Monday, Sept. 28 at  Halfmoon Bay Elementary  schuol.  This society has been formed  to promote festivals and events  in the Halfmoon Bay community Everyone is welcome lo  attend .uul share their ideas and  suggestions. A board of directors will be elected at this meeting, (-or further information call  Harry Johnson 885-5740.  karate  Ben Robinson's karate classes arc aboul to start again Ihis  fall. Starling Monday, Sept. 14,  classes will be at Coopers Green  hall on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7 pm lo 8:30 pm.  Thursday is Ihe children-only  evening at Halfmoon Bay  school from 6 pm lo 7:1J pm.  Prowlers and Thieves  Things have become so bad  in Ihe Halfmoon Bay area wilh  vandalism and thefts lhat folks  are beginning to realise lhal  something has lo be done. One  step in ihe right direction is that,  Former Socred MLA Grace McCarthy at a HalfMoa* Bay corn  Roast last weekend. Ruth Forrester phoio  in ihe Welcome Woods area, a  Neighbourhood Watch program  is starting up. For information  on this and to become a pail of  it call Ihe RCMP at 88S-2266. A  prowler was recently spotted  attempting to steal a truck but he  escaped before he could be reprimanded. If you hear any  strange sounds around your  home call the RCMP right  away.  At The Hall  Bridge has started up again at  Ihe hall on the first and third Friday of each monlh. Nexl session  is I pm Sepl. 18.  Corn Roast  There was a happy gathering  of friends and neighbours last  weekend al a beach on  Redrooffs when the Dalton family held Iheir annual corn roast.  John and Jeremy Dalton and  Iheir wives hosted the event and  were fortunate enough lo have  an evening of good weather.  Noticeable among the guests  was Grace McCarthy and husband who enjoyed meeting and  chatting wilh all the guests. The  whole neighbourhood looks forward each year to this pleasant  social event.  THE NEW CONSTITUTIONAL AGREEMENT  FOR  INFORMATION  CALL  1-800461-1188  Canada  Veterans Affairs makes  administrative alterations  hy Ken Short  Recent administrative changes have been made by Veterans  Affairs Canada (VAC) in the area of counsellor visitations to Ihe  Sechelt branch of Ihe Royal Canadian Legion.  In particular, Ihis change applies to enquiries re: the Veterans Independence Program (VIP). Interviews formerly held in Ihe legion  branch will be replaced wilh visits by Ihe counsellor lo the veteran's  home, where a better understanding of the overall needs can be  assessed. You will be notified of these visitations ahead of time.  Service officers' work will be carried on as usual al Ihe branch  level. Those wishing information on any of Ihe war veterans  allowances programs, funeral arrangements or last post funds are  invited lo phone the branch office at 885-2526. Your name will be  placed in the appointment book and your call will be returned.  At any time you may also call VAC on its direct toll free line at I-  800-663-1931 lo enquire of, or discuss, veterans' benefits.  SMOOTHER  MOVERS  ^EXPERIENCED tfCAREFUL if INEXPENSIVE*  987-8655  < oav or  NIOHT  991 W 1ST AVE., NOflTM VANCOUVER  .OUR LOW - OVERHEAD, HIGH - VOLUME OPERATION  ALLOWS US TO OFFER REASONABLE RATES  ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  Coast Mi'sClmsifiedsZ.ml  Smart.  Smarter.  ___w^'  $35 rebate  {Offer valid fmm April I to Delimiter 31, 19921.  $70 rebate  {Offer valid from July I lo December 31, 19921.  v-l   There are now over 100 Power Smart energy-efficient refrigerators to choose from. And to help you decide, Hydro is offering two  significant cash rebates. * A $35 cash rebate for energy-efficient models or a $70 cash rebate for super energy-efficient models  When you're shopping for a new fridge, be sure In ask your salesperson to show you the qualifying Power Smart  models. A compiele list is also available from your salesperson or local Hydro office. To receive our special Power Smart rebate, fill  in Ihe rebate form Md send it with proof of purchase. Your rebate will be on its way by return mail. And because your  new fridge is Power Smart, you also get ongoing energy savings. So you save now...and you save later.  .Rebates apply to Canadian purchases only.  BC hydro  by Lynn Mees  The garden of Egmont, ah!  this beautiful paradise we live  in. You can read the sigh of  relief in the air, as things settle  back in their regular groove.  Kids are back to school and the  tourists are dwindling. There is  a different type of traveller during the fall - they're usually a  little more laid back.  Celebrities  Some local folks were visited  by some celebrities. Who  should come walking down Ihe  beach lo say hello but Sidney  Portier, Merv Griffin and Eva  (labor, who stayed on Ihe yacht.  Up in Dark Cove, Sidney  couldn't have come upon belter  hosts anywhere. The locals say  he's a pretty neat guy.  Water board  F.veryone keep their ears  open for the next Egmonl Water  Board meeting. It's really  'important to attend these meetings, even if you don't say anything; jusl showing up shows  your support. We are very fortunate as a community lo have  such an unspoiled water supply.  Cougars  There have been quite a few  cougar sightings lately. I guess  the deer population is low Ihis  year as there usually isn't a  need for Ihe cougars to come lo  populated areas. They're looking for something.  Happy birthday  Happy September birthdays  to Dylan Jackson, John Dafoe,  Ken Jackson, Rob Almond,  Kellie Pryde, Jacob Thibodeau,  Michael Martin and Norman  Gregory.  If you haven't signed the  petition for public transport yet,  you have until October. They  hope lo get over 3000 signatures.  Once again every Tuesday al  10 am, Moms or Dads and kids  are meeting at the school for  playtime. Hope to see you there.  goUen lifelines  by Joyce Ostry  The Sports Institute and  Accessible R and R Charters of  Campbell River have joined  forces to offer a unique program  designed to get people with low  vision, recovering stroke people  and those who use wheelchairs  out on the water.  There are ramps, special tie-  downs for wheelchairs, special  porta-potti units, rod shoulder  harnesses and push button operation for bringing in a fish. The  program includes one hour of  dry-land instruction and four  hours of fishing on the 26-foot  Night Hawk. For additional  information phone Chris Johnson al 527-5041 or enquire  through Ken Pielrzkowski, 216  S. McCarthy Street, Campbell  River, BC V9W 2R2.  Fall activities schedule  Sept. 4 at 1:30 pm, Carpet  Bowling; Sept. 8 at 1:30 pm,  Aggravation; Sept. II at 10:30  am and 1 pm, Five-pin Bowling; Sept. 11 afternoon, Square  Dancing, club levels; Sept. 14  and 17 at 10 am, Exercises with  Joan Frembd; Sept. 16 at 10 am,  Tai Chi wilh Betty Jefferies;  Sepl. 23 at 1 pm, Painting; Sept.  24 at 1:30 pm, Bingo; Saturdays  1 pm, Bridge in Progress; 69ers  lo be announced; Crafts and  Pompoms at 9:30 am Thursdays.  For oil painting on Wednesdays, your needs are newspaper,  plastic lable cover and rags.  Phone Martha at 885-9997 or  Tillie al 885-2720.  Dance  On Sept. 19 there is a dance,  with music by Jack Bourne and  Associates. Tickets are $15 per  couple or $8 for singles and are  available at the door. Get your  tickets by Sept. 24 for the dinner and entertainment on Sept.  26. The general meeting of  Branch 69 is Sept. 17 at 1:30  pm.  Craft sale  On Oct. 24 at the new  Seniors Centre is a craft sale.  Tables will rent for $10 and  there will be a small admission  fee with a draw of a teddy bear.  Phone Pauline at 885-5572 or  Kay at 885-3334 to book a table  As yet, there appears to be  no definite date for the opening  of the Seniors Centre of Branch  69. But, keep your eyes on the  sign-board. Coast News, September 14, 1992 11  leisure  'Second Nature got the crowd up and hopping during Sunday afternoon events at the Power River Folk Fair.  Charles Hart photo  Tuning in, feeling good at Folk Festival  Darah Hansen  There is something aboul a folk festival  that puis the passing of time on hold, where  flowing hair, flowing clothes and naked feel  become the norm for men, women and children.  The ambience of the 11th Annual Sunshine Folk Festival in Powell River Labour  Day weekend lived up to Ihe ideal.  The selling - an open grassy space,  oceanside, spotted with the colourful patchwork of family blankets distinguishing  neighbour from neighbour, but not separating.  The faces in Ihe crowd were turned  upwards, content in absorbing the last of the  summer's sun - or towards the stage, taking  in the music.  Some stood, danced, talked, strolled  aboul the booths, bought and sold food and  crafts.  All enjoyed the little world that had been  created, even if only briefly, their faces  reflecting Ihe same peace and happiness as  the symbols painted on their T-shirts.  Beginning Saturday, the festival opened  with Powell River's own J. Sue Aimes on  on the arts teat  Gordon Rice has a reputation  among those who have worked  with him as an extraordinarily  perceptive, sensitive and helpful  commentator. With more than  three decades of painting, teaching, writing and curating experience, he brings a wealth of  knowledge to bear on Ihe adjudication of the Sunshine Coasl  Arts Centre's Annual Juried  Show.  His own work in recent years  has been concentrating on  works on paper; drawings,  prints, collages and water-  colours, which he has exhibited  across Canada and the US.  Gordon Rice will make  selections from among the  works received by the Sept. 19,  2 pm deadline. Two works per  artist will be accepted, with a $5  registration fee for each.  The critique which follows  the jurying is open to all interested people, and starts at 2 pm,  Sunday, Sept. 20.  Entry forms are available at  the Arts Centre. Hours are 11  am to 4 pm Wednesday lo Saturday, and I pm to 4 pm Sunday.  Life Drawing Sessions  Tuesday, Sepl. 15 was the  startup date for Ihe Fall 1992  session of Life Drawing al Ihe  Sunshine Coast Arls Cenlre in  Sechelt. No registration is  required for these informal sessions and all interested people  are welcome to attend.  Bring your own drawing  materials and $4 to cover costs.  The models will be provided.  Twigs Flowers  For That Something  Different  Now Open      ���**��� *���"!���*  ..^ZeZkZl        ���'-"-S-' 10-530  WEDNESDAYS    smMon OomtI  ��� we deliver ���  Marine Dr., Gibsons  aeai to Docbitk Pharmacy  Call Janice  886-7435   MM J  guitar. Straight from the Kilchen, straight  from Roberls Creek, followed in a Celtic  mode with ballads and jigs.  A host of other groups, duos and individuals played unlil evening, wrapping up wilh  the popular Ellen Mcllwaine and her  raunchy/reggae style of slide guitar.  Sunday was even belter with most of the  same groups appearing again, playing with  renewed vigour and energy.  The gospel jam first thing Sunday morning, featuring Juba, an Edmonton group of  'South African freedom' singers, Ellen  Mcllwaine and others gave the day a  promising start.  Gerry Barnum brought back his blues and  Mad Pudding, Iheir lilting harmonies. Mia  Sheard of Bloor Station charmed the willing  crowd with her soft, throaty voice singing  poetic descriptions of the unhappy, yuppy  plight in the group's native Toronto.  As the sun began to set, Ihe swift  latin/rock blend of Second Nature enticed  most people off their feet to the 'dance floor'  at the front of the stage.  There Ihey stayed through to Ihe finale  when the musicians packed the stage and  played a version of 'Lei The Circle Be  Unbroken' - reggae style.  The entire show left everyone feeling  good - organizers, audience and viewers  alike, said folk fest committee member Debbie Lesuk.  "Everyone had a good time. Juba has  already asked to come back,"she said.  Though ihere was a strong turn-oul, a  tight budget has kept the festival relatively  small. "It's an expensive event lo pull off,"  said Lesuk. "The musicians are not volunteers."  Bul Ihe committee is determined to do it  all again next year wilh more focus put on  the various booths, most of which donate the  money raised lo global, social and environmental causes.  The musical line-up has not yet been  determined. The committee usually listens to  about 50 or 60 demo tapes before making  any decisions, said Lesuk.  "Personally I'd like to see the Bare Naked  Ladies, but nothing has been decided. We'll  work on it over the winter."  ^Coait c^rfcadtmu ot\tOance  <cf\ouaL c^foacumu ofj^anana dVydnoa  CURMCULUM  ��� Classical Ballet  ��� Creative Dance  ��� Mime & Drama  ��� Performance Class  ���Jazz  ��� rStuatnti accepted fxom j? ueaxi to adult  ��� <Sexioui dancexi tntex fox  <J\.art.J^. examination!  ' Student xecenttu accepted to tne  <J\oual ^Winnihea JDallet <Summet .School  FACULTY:  Nicola Ruimy - Director  Sue Thompson - Manager  Elizabeth Beddard  Fenny Hudson  Katherine Denham  ��� QuaLfied, txhexienced,  intexnationaUu trained teacnexi  ��� Ximiled clan numvexi fox  h-ti.onau.zea imtxuction  ' C-niouabLe clanei with  hxoienionaL itandaxdi  ' iPUaiant, fuilu equipped dance ltudio  witn mixxoxi and baxxei  THE COAST ACADEMY OF DANCE & FINE ARTS  5645 Wharf Ave.. 2nd lloor. Sechelt  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  8c Lotto Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  JtaUtt  CHtqt  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarfts & Covers  Upohtay if Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  883  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Producta  883-2253  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  I /2 Mile north of garokn bay no.  Hwy. tot 883-9541  883-2888  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Good! Store  Francl! Peninsula Place  Corner of Sunshine Coast Hun-. t.  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-276"  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  Pand.r Harbour. B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORK  DINING  RESTAURANTT  883-9919  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  emoaie  Tar & Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Duroldt   883*9303   Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and tow voltage power lines  Cert 7111  Ray Hansen Trxicking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Soptttc Systems  883-8222  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524 12 Coast News, September 14, 1992  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  EXCAVATING  HEATING  man  AUTO UPHOLSTERY  ���Saala ��� Door Panel. ��� Headlines ���  ��� Carpal* ��� Vinyl root ��� Convtnablea ���  K. Olsen 885-7072  RJj I UC. C i6b Sot-hail, tu: VQN9M  r-MJJ. Vinyl Siding  1 ���Mall'iis. 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Denise or Jean  885-3930  Bill or Simons  886-2622  residential  Commercial  Auto Glass  Mirror walls  Brad   Clowers  Peninsula Glass  & Aluminum  706 HWY. 101, GIBSONS 886-8580  24MB. COMMERCIAL EMERGENCY 886 - 841 4  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechell Pander Harboui  Box 1T2.S4l7Bfarn.tRa*. BaoheH  S. MIMLL COCTBACTDM  All types oi concrttt work.  Idewalks. driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  ������xposed aggregate finishing.  ^Q��a*dl��Cia��jl-Weit* -Thi*. Ml MIT/?  Need a hoe? Call a pro!  "Grade-Rite  Excavating Ltd."  Property Development  Roads & Driveways  All Excavations ��� Free Estimales i  885-7140  < .  J|>*P Installation of:  /I -TAMKO Fibreglass Rooling  /-il 'INDAL Metal Roofing and  / |^   Cladding  JgrnunSS ���Wolverine and BP Vinyl Siding  !��M-W .We8t Coast solan,,,,, systems  FREE ESTIMATES  CALL 883-9551,  or Van. toll free 669-2604  After hours call Fraser Murphy 883-9767  ROOFING  Specializing In all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves ou^o  A  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 885-2728 SECHELT B.C.  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  ��        h        RENOVATIONS WITH ^  l\ hft/HO        A T0UCH 0F CL*ss  ffllW ��*��    COMMERCIAL 1 RESIDENTIAL  wT> THE  IMPROVER  885-5029  BOX7  im  llALrMOON BAY  ^\  CENTURY ROCK  SS      885-5910  aV II1 STORE  Jr**-**, AVII'STORE  Furniture Land  Highway 101. Box 2S49. Sechell, B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone (604) 885-5756 ��� Fax (604) 865-2756  A * T ENTERPRISES: Conetruotlon Service*  Sarvlng The Coest Since 1985  . CUSTOM HOMES  - TfM if im -       ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  T. WONQ. SOX 793, QIBSONS, i.C. VON 1V0  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial, Industrial  "Exparlanc* Mak��*  ^SStZF**    <fffl CAMmoi ROAD  JOE McCANN MADEIRA PARK, R.C.  Reg. 10131 VON 2H0 Call M3-M02  ��J~��f  f*__\     POMFRET  ^^^COIMSTRLCTIOIM  Selective Land Clearing - Design Consulting  HR2 S41 CS, Gibsons, B.C. VON-IVO   Phone 886-8900  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  . KITCHENS at BATHROOMS'  888-9411  dllulmr 644-4907  Ashword Controctiru?  ��� QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  For Eslimale Call OOC �� J JO  , HoawdAahmora 000-0440 /  STILES ELECTRIC  Specializing In  ��� Residenlial ��� RenovaHoni ��� New InttalaHon ���  Top quality work > Excellent references  Ptvorw M3-MM- Cel 210-2987      Reg 17242  ���wars cmne soma  8TONUFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON UFT ��� HOOK HEIGHT 80  you tttta $ mil ������-W-i^^^^ �� Ve&O  z  PRECISE PAINTING Sc PIASTER  e Curnplete Custom Painting  e Siurco  e All Phases of Diywai  ejoumeyrran Workminsliip  Nrak Fm  ^SM-0928          Eastoiite.  ���Professional  Roofing  Service."  *cc  "FREE  ESTIMATES'  Specializing In all  types of reefing  ae advartlied  In yellow pagea  mS^!aTaTa\9B2!mal^^m9m^m. m, .^T.    for prompt urvlea call  UtitcmirErmfiNt p_Hh_t__ J  %.%. Clectrtc "ltt,l,m*1  Larry ARdorson  For Professional & Courteous Service  IJ.1-inWWinaediM.il.    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Gibsons        j  /feRIAN^ROORNG & ATTIC VENTILATION  etitoofiNo areciAiu ra. ie ak nEPAins  ���LOMaVNCO- WHIRLYBIRD 4TTIC VENTS  ��� KEEPS YOUR HOME COOL IN SLIMMER  ��� PREVENTS CONDENSATION IN WWTER  B B B LICENSED S INSURED - FREE ESTIMATES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  1665-446-61  If  you  \/W  -r ��  -;iclv<;rtir     .iiitl here.  yot  ��� 'il  In  reiiclinci  .lllOIlt  yen  ��� -s  II  - Ami so uuoiilcl  ���4  1-'  i/��'i  yltocly <-l  si;   '" J  BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING  Sera-<1c Fields-Beck Filling  Drainage ��� Excavations  Waler Lines- flock Walls  Landscape Construction  Roberts Creek Cal: 886-3977  SI-:CIIEI.T FIRI-: PLACE  X, (iAS C I N IKE  J.  CuelomCeljiaTetB  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    ���    res. 886-2231  MBM Coast News, September 14, 1992        13  NEW?i  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpil 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416     Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  sports  Take a  Closer  Look  We're your  full seivice  financial centre  on the coast  Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  mt  ���  *m*TE_?mVmmm.                                                        ^^"^^IWii'W'  . .^^^^^.... I|irrii |                          .JJ!.   Wm ���                  ��� -*ms   ���  1  * -^'-���������ijWr^fca*!?'"'1''** *  /       mm                        *                       *k >.   _3N   _l  ;v**^V".' ;�����*��������                                    ma  ���  A  I  ....������*-  4  pander golf  Pender Harbour  883-9531  Sechelt  885-3255  Gibsons  M6-8121  Hour*.  Tues.toThun.  10.00am-5.0()p  Friday WOO am-6:00 pm  Saturday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm  by Wendy Haddock  Thirty-six golfers played in  the Monday mixed twilight  Aug. 31 and the winners were:  1st low gross Wilf Crowe and  Olive Montgomery, 2nd low  gross Dave Wesl and Jackie  Hooper, 3rd low gross Dutch  Haddon and Pat Mitchell, 4th  low gross Moni Langham and  Lois Haddon.  Iff yon were advertising lit;r  you'd lit: reading .ihnul  yourself - And so wonld  c*i/er yhody else  INSULATION  ��� Bait h Blown < Commercial ���  i Reald.ntlal ��� New * Editing -  886*8741  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  E>clu*lv* Oeileftliip to the  SintltaraContfor ,,  Yamaha m  Outboards.  Eiceptional quality  at an exceptionally  low price.  Yamaha's new  Stem Drive  COTTRELLS rf  MARINE    SFRVICF    V   3  8863005 ,.\  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  J'^^JLJopping * Trimming .Pruning ��� Bruah Chlppar  N|| mfa. Danger Tr��e Ramoval  IH Bended and Insured a 20 Years Experience  IB 885-3897  tS��ls��^ow��  ^0$&^  -gac-**'  ��� s.alt w(ita'i Licence)  . Miilel t. CamplltM ��� Waler l,axl ,-,.,,     ,  ��� Maiine Reruns        ��� Ice t. T.ii kk' Uo.Wl**0^  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  SEQUOIA  *\ Landscaping Ltd.  ��� (Jmtplett Mainlenance  * Garden Recreation  * Retaining Walls*Pnming  Rick 885-7248     Pat 8850930  MARINE SERVICES  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  UTHERLAND  ���SALES at ^RVICE LTD���  BOX 342 Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0 8S3-1 119 J'Hri.  YANMAR  ���OATTKAIUBS  Magnaa-liari�� Battcrla  If yon vuere ^nluertisinci here,  yon'il In? re.idinn .ltiout  yourself - And so vuould  ��'\/��'i yhotlv else  &  mccaneer    ���  tMar|na tV Resort Ltd  Localed in Secrel Cove 885-7868  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES ��� SERVICE -REPAIRS  K S C Thermoglass /,_^ l^^-LU,-'  Cobra Boats now   mm     .���- V^ia.**'  In-Stock  OUTBOARDS  1  vV  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE^  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & I  Chrit Napper 888-3468  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  .Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  & Beams  ^XkJ  GIBSONS: 886-0225   SECHELT: 885-6422  ^ 7nPtm*ja%tU,6aS(Unl4rtm_mut  First low net was won by  Hugh McGinnis and Helen Garnet, 2nd by Joyce Reid and F.v  Tapio, 3rd by Tom Held and  June Reeder, and 4th low nel by  Marv Boyler and Vera McAllister. KP #3 ladies Moni Langham, men Eldy Gandy, and on  #6, ladies Moni Langham and  men Hugh McGinnis.  Low putts went to Tom Held  and June Reeder; there was a  four-way tie but Tom and June  won on the cul of the cards.  Senior Men's Day August  25: 47 golfers played low net  and the winners were: firsl Bill  Jacks at 63, second F.rnie Hol-  loway at 65, third saw a three-  way tie between JC Ross, John  Willcock and Murrell Smith,  fourth George Langham at 67,  fifth Hugh McGinnis and and  Fldy Gandy, sixth also saw a tie  between Bill Dean, Dave Dakin  and Al Wendland.  KP #3 Wilf Crowe and on #6  Marv Boyter.  Ladies Day August 27: In a  captain versus vice captain competition the winners were the  vice captains, and the ladies on  ihis team were Joyce Reid, June  Reeder, Pat Mitchell, Cathy  McQuitty, Helen Crabb, Fv  Tapio, Shirley Dumma, Marj  Harbord, Lii Abbott, and Vera  Love.  Monthly Scramble  August 28:  Fifty-six golfers turned out  for golf and dinner. First prize  went to the team of Bill Dean,  Lois Haddon, Shirley Grout and  Harold Lennox with a score of  35; second prize went to the  team of Bruce Patrick, Thelma  Patrick Len Best and Dave Stra-  chan, with a score of 35.  KP on #3 went to Joyce Reid  for ladies and John Cameron for  the men, and on #6 ladies Cathy  McQuitty and for the men Dave  Strachan. The longest drive  went to (ladies) Joan Willcock  and (men) Len Best.  Next Club Scramble will be  held September 25, everyone is  welcome.  Senior Men's Championship" for the Andy Tapio  Memorial Trophy: the tournament was 36 holes and the  champion is Hugh McGinnis;  runner up was George Langham. Low net Ben Dlin and second low net Eldy Gandy. Congratulations to all the winners!  Despite Ihe odd hit or trouble  in Ihe bunkers, Cedars Pub  12th Annual Invitational Golf  tournament proved lo be a  winner again Ihis year wilh  $1,400 raised for Ihe Junior  Golfers Fund.  l-illk- Dennis photo  Conflict Resolution II  DMliog with Angor  Anger, hostile or resistant toetngi  and behaviors are often pert ot  conflict Attempts to resolve the  conflict may be ineffective IF theu  feelings are ignored or denied.  This course presents lechniques  and approaches tor effectively  meneging angry feelings and  behaviors in order to move on to  constructive problem solving.  Prerequisite: Completion ol  ContaW Resolution i ; Dealing avlh  Interpersonal Conflict, or by  permassori ot the Co-onjinator  Mm: Sept  9 00 am -4 00 pm  Cost: $30000  Instructor: Michael Altshulsr.  J D.MS Mediator and counselor  in pnvate practice  Location: Sunshine Coasl  Communily Services Society  Building  To Register: Contact the  Sunshine Coast Community  Services Society  885-58131  ^J  NEWSTIPS  CALL  885-3930  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Lawrence K.  Chambers, CUJ  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  52  B  CHAMBERS  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800663*2051  MuiLi.it tin ul- liivniv unli  Guardian Group of hinds Lid  Serving  ihe Sunshine Coast Since \%l  rav��ymvmvy*v��v>v.v.v.^v.^  COUNTRY WESTERN  LINE DANCE LESSONS  This is a beginner's class -  intermediate classes to follow.  You don't need a partner and  wear leather-soled shoes or  boots. $5 drop-in fee.  Roberts Creek Community Hall  Wednesday, Sept. 9,7-8:30 pm  Sorry - no children ilxibysilting not Mailable)  For more infomurtion, contaict Dorothy at 885-9033  tW^��%%V^-V^\V>Y��V��V��Y��Y��V.^^^  MON TIME HT. FT  1:35  5.5  14  7:50  13.2  MO  1:35  7.7  7:25  13.8  FRI TIME HT. FT.  4:05  4.1  18  11:30  13.1  FFt  4:30  10,8  9:20  13.1  TUES TIME HT.FT  2:05 5.0  15    8:35 13.2  TU    2:10 8.5  7:50 13.7  SAT TIME HT. FT.  5:00 4.0  19 12:50 13.3  SA    5:45 11.3  10:05 12.8  WED TIME HT FT  2:40  4.6  16  9:25  13.2  WE  2:50  9.3  8:15  13.5  SUN  TIME HI  FT  THURS TIME HT.FT  6:00  2:10  7:15  11:15  3.9  13.6  11.4  12.4  3:20 4.3  17  10:20 13.1  TH    3:35 10.1  8:45 13.3  ���i .,>*��  REFERENCE: Point Atklneon    _ 'iT"ZhV"J'":��" S .. .  _        ...       _. . , _, 'ht alOmln  plui S tntn  For ������eh ft  of a"  Pacific Standard Time .m, ������-,,*, ���,,,.,*..�� ��n.n  Tide Tables Courtesy of  CLIP & SAVE  OBCFeRRies   Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Leave Langdale  6:20 am       4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM   10:10'  4.9j*. M-danoli.  '���*'*��� Mvarickaw  Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am     5:30 pm  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  7:25 M  9:15  11:00'  'Sundays or  Hoi Mondty only  Leave Earls Cove  Leave Saltery Bay  6:40 am       4:30 pm  5:45 am     3:30 pm  8:20             6:30  7:35          5:30 M  10:30           8:30  9:30 M       7:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  ,,�����                M-attnotai  2:30               MawriekBut  11:30       9:20  1:30 pm  Your mainland connection.  Service is our business.  885-6102 ���  669-8238 mi free) Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  imamcvjIiH 1756 sq It 3 Mrm  -met"* on aery private 66 acres  in Redioolls Qreat kitchen ig  family room wvauitea ceiling  Close tc sure. Owen and scruoi  $149.200.574-7790. t39W  Fully serviced vie* ioi m Wesl  Sechell on t'3 acre Septic  regional avaier unoerground nydro  ana telephone services m Build  your dream home or install mode  home. Comes compiele avilh 24  trailer8a%-22i3or 942-5096 J9��  1    Homes 4  Property  By owner .*....* townhouse Cvo-  sons, ovei 1500 sqtl. 180 degree  vie. ol ocean and mountains. 2  lull bathrooms plus &cu2i. .rap  around oaicon.es. pen win deck  Built-in vac system, top quality  appliances and carpets $139,000  984-3457 collect pnncipais only  38cn  Ne�� 3 Ddrm, 1 400 Sq It wain  mortgage helper down Tralee  Place Ji 79.900 Can Craig 886-  2352 36cn  Waterlront 3 Ddrm home plus  downstairs development potential  with large deck, small cabin on  Redrooffs. i3 acres with lower .t^S-f^L^eTS  shelf at beach $199,000 885-  5114. Jan McKenna  (99.900 FOR QUICK SALE'  2 Ddrm house m Lower Gibsons  pamied 654 Gower Pomi qoad  886-1740 tJBW  3 Ddrm 2 leva solid house, 90 < By owner VMCA Ro  Langdale  It work shop, 240 a 85' Wrei mt. roomy 2bdrm wilh linished Dase-  Madeara Par* $95,000 674-0960 meni Large lol ana quality area  JBcn $129,000 886-9290 ss  9*m Sale by Owner/Builder  lUlfnuKin Kt\  unique Uambtvl  Mvk* 2 HOT)  Iuhik'. i J acre,  L,728sq Ii. Jbttrn,,  I i 2battu  Vaulted ceil Ingi.  brgt* aupofi  Musi be st'fii  uitelu  $172,500.     Call 987-6233.  ($V"lHii.ish  carpel rebate  CLASSIFICATIONS  1.    Horn. 4 Propakrty  ST*\  1    Birth.  J.     OktttMrtM  ���#���        IH P*#*JHIOTlB*nri  V.    Thank Vou  e*.     rSfSOIW  GREAT)  7*           Anfaa-aWIWStTMfll  t.    Raoraetlan  %\     WSOflln*JS ���  UDEA/  E n *ytfa*Hn#rn#  10.  Lot4  11. Found  It. Pete 4 UvNtock  IS. Mti.tr.  ���___.  14. Tr.v.1  ^j  IS. WanMd  awj-aawK  IS. Fna.  17. Oar.**. t*t>��  W  IS. ���wtavSTrad*  SO.  Bad and Braakfaal  IS.  AppltalKM  11,  For Rant  SO.  Furn.ur.  32  Commaarclal tor Rant  tl. For Sal.  31.  Enl.rt.lnmant  tt.  Hoavy Equlpmaarit  M.  H.lp Wanted  tt. Auto.  SS.  BuahM. and Horn.  M. Tniek.  Sarvlca  IS. Cam-Mr.  34.  Work Wanted  tS. Hartm  37.  Child Cm  ���7a. Moblw Hofiwc  31.  Bualnaaa OpportunHI..  IS. Motorcyeaoa  3t.  Util  SS. WantaS lo Rami  40.  Too Lit. to Claaalty  Coast Ne��sn  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY P.��:i-28R8  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES H8.I-��� I  In Halfmoon Bay  B*J STORE 885-94)5  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9-*1  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-J400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  1531 Ciiwiii-Strrrt 881.1930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Miinil Oocksi.lt- Pliannacyi H86 2h,  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  There's always service with a smile when you  place your classifieds at B&J Store, our  Friendly People Place in Haltmoon Bay.  1    Homes*  Property  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Racraation ��� Ratlranaanl  1 Ralocation  FREE  CATALOGUE  S686 Caaaan. St   Boa 1*19  Stx*aa*t BC   VON SAO  aas-3211 - .uaas-uw  van -.. > .vaaa-aoie  Lasqued island 20 acre organic.  homestead, gardens, orchard.  1400 sq II home $135,000  Phone 474-5936 ss  IA acre lol Lohn Rd. Redroorts,  controlled Subdivision, $49,500 I-  226-9680 SS  Near Craftsman Owner rjuilt compact 5 Ddrm ? bath home on pnvate sunny - acre m Pender Harbour Solid pine doors and kitchen  Completion approx 5 weeks  $178.000 Deiore carpels. (No  GST'l 863-2862 I37cn  Neavly linished cedai home on 6  acres, Redroorts area, 3 txlrm, I  1 '2 baths skylights, vaulted ceilings, wood Mm throughout, decks,  1500 sq It, Pnvale. bnghl natural  selling $185,000 885-749237cn  Liam Adam Gibb, weighing 8  pounds, arrived September 2.  1992 at St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechell A brother lor Gabriel  Hen, Rrxhelie and Ritchie Another son tor Deborah Allam and  George Gibb Proud grandparents  are Ruby and Larry Farr ol Selma  Park and Fern and Philippe Allam  ot Campoellton. New Brunswick  ��37cn  Richey ��� George. Jan and Kyla are  thrilled to announce the birth ot  their twin boys, Connor Alexander  and Stuart Marsh on August 14,  1992 at Grace Hospital. Hank and  Bubba no more' ��38w  Special thanks to Dis. raJorman and  HuJiand and lo other non-medical  ana medical slall al St. Mary's  Hospital lor the excellenl service  and care during Deborah and  .dins stay George and Deborah  Gibb. i37cn  :nank you lor your help with my  insi class Bango. Tara. Maria.  Judy. Kerry. Dennis. Edna and  John Line Dance Oueen.    37cn  6,   Personal  Benefit  DANCE  Sat.. Sept 26  Gibsons Legion Hall  Bum to i am  Music by  TOP SECRET  $10*jcket at Ihe Party Stop, Sunnycrest Mall. Coast News Roberts  Creek Store ijftw  Planning A Special Occasion'   Mature woman student seeks a  Illusions Restaurant has lull taoli-   nde to Capilano College. Vancou-  ties tor targe or small groups Banquet or a-la-carte menu available  For more inlormation call 885-  0900, TFN  THINKING  OF SELLING  ,mAl  ���/  ho  ft  liom look et it et buying or mStng  usss 1 loo. at il es helping people  -Twa. .hat Ifwy win! out otHt..'  NO OUISTION AJOUT IF*  CAU  KEN SHEARSMITH  8BW277  StEaENS REALTY INC.  57.0 TEREDO ST SECHELT  865-5290              1  MACEY: Passed away suddenly  on Sepl 6. 1992. Donald Edward  Macey, lale ol Gibsons, age 57  years Survived by has loving wile  Shirley-Sam. one son Darin ol  Vancouver; one daughter Shannon  ot North Vancouver; one brother  Jim ot Toronto: three sisters: Jean  ol Wesl Vancouvet. Judy ol While  Pock and Susan ol Kamloops: and  their families. He was one ot a kind  and will be missed by everyone  who knew him Pnvate cremation  arrangemenls through Devlin  Funeral Home. Remembrance  donalions may be made to the  SPCA. ��37cn  COTTRELL: Passed away suddenly on Sepl. B, 1992. Judith  Anne Cornell, lale ot Sechell. age  29 years. Survived by her loving  husband Robert and son William;  Would you like to lose weight without being hungry all the time, without being tired91 have a purely  natural herbal product that is a  combination ol 21 herbs Irom  China, South America and around  ihe world This tantastic product  gives you energy while decreasing  your appetite and enhancing your  body's natural metabolism You  lose pounds and inches and leel  good too The total cost ol Ihe  wonder tablets is $48.37 total For  more mlo call Debbie 866-2238.  ��37cn  Sexual abuse survivors' support  and education group tor women.  Limited lo 8 participants Weekly.  Sept 22-Dec. 8.865-2972    37w  'Counselling'  Specializing in eating disorders,  depression, recovery from abuse.  Mary Pinneger MA, RCC. 885-  0887 39*  '    GIBSONS A  WINTER  CLUB  Curling starting  October. Now is  ihe time to  register' Forms at  the Club. Gibsons  Building Supplies  or Sunshine  Coast Insurance.  -O. IN-  'For Batter Health and Wall  Being'  'Polarity Therapy'  het parents: Cartyle Hay and Pat  Reduces Stress (the underlying  Wohl, a sister Cory and brother cause ol illness) raises energy  Mike: her grandmothers: Kate Hay  level, reduces chronic pain and  and Margaret Carroll. Memorial  tension. Call Vonnie 883-9653.  service Friday, Sept. 11 at 11 am  in St. John's Uniled Church,  Sechelt. Reverend Bert Ramsey  officiating. Cremation. Devlin  Funeral Home, directors. Remembrance donations may be made lo  the Lupus Foundation.    ��37cn  Medical Massage Therapy.  David Dressier. R.M.T. Gibsons  Health Centre. 686-3622.   38w  Sailing Lessons - 7.6 ton 33 It.  sloop, $6.50 per hr. 885-7345.  ��38W  Leslie Ellen  Creative Dance Clauet  For children 3-12 yrs. Gibsdns  United Church Hall. Register now  for Fall. Call 886-8044.      38w  37cn  Wanted ��� 1 lo 3 acres or olde  home on acreage in Redrooffs to  Halfmoon Bay area. 1 -947-2630  H37CN  48' x 330' ol prime low ban. water-  from In Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair bul could be fixed up for  HENRY ��� Edward Tanneberg, lale  ot Sechell, BC, passed away  peacefully Sept. 10,1992, at SI  Mary's Hospital in his 94th year.  He is survived by his loving wife,  Elisabeth, and numerous relatives  in Estonia. No service by request.  37cn  Planning A Special Occasion?  Illusions Restaurant has full facilities for large or small groups. Ban.  quel or a-la-carte menu available.  For more inlormation call 885-  0900. TFN  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  Anger and stress counselling call  Duncan Fraser 865-0667. 38cn  cruising 'up coast' - jusl 73 years  old. A great loss lor his partner,  Anne Clemence. of Garden Bay:  his son. Robed Lamont, and part-  recreational or rental use. Proper- ner Rulh West, of Nigel Island;  ry zoned Touhsl Commercial (C- son, Allan and Edith Lamont, of  2). Double garage plus storage Shawnigan Lake; sister. Lillian  shed. $189,500. Phone Jennifer Batsman, of Cache Creek; grand-  1-689-7070. ss      children. David and Richard; two       great-grandchildren, and all his  friends. In remembrance, a potluck lunch will be held on Oct. 17,  11 am-4 pm, at Madeira Park  It's magic - it's easy - it works. The  diet pill of the 21st Century.  Increases energy ��� bums tat - eliminates appetite immediately. It's  LAMONT - Samuel Murdoch died a"trtat*' -"����� J59'95 iM-GST-  suddenly on Aug. 9,1992. while   PB��Ve al1 0��� -own ar6 *��lllin9  Hardman Photography 686-0068  'In Business Since 1965' Specialty:  Commercial Product, Fine Art,  Weddings and Children. ��37W  New Bravo Dance Academy. Tap,  jazz & ballet classes. Call Jill at  8864)324. ��37cn  BENEFIT  (lor John Storey)  Dance and end ot summer gathering - Sept. 26 - Gibsons Legion  Hall. $10/person, live music.l36W  4 bdrm, 2000 sg. tl. unique home  on a private 1/3 acre lot. Post t  beam oak floors throughout, 5 mln  walk Irom beach 1 downlown   Communily Hall. All friends ol  Roberts Creek. $175,000. By   Sam's are wei-ame. RSVP il pos-  about this product. All natural Chinese Manchunan herbs ��� no chemicals. Call 686-9697.      I37W  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House lor confidential 24 hr. service. 885-2944. TFN  Individual, Couples 8 Family  Counselling. Sliding Scale available. Jan Michael Sherman. 885-  5186. TFN  LOO ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  STOLEN Livestock1 Etonian goals  are the 'midsize' goat with the gentler temperament. They eat well  and produce lots ot mlk They are  light brown with paler legs and  'wing' ears The adult does are  worth $200 each and two called  Ferret and Flip are stolen A third.  Dusty, was recovered oul past  Davis Bay Phone the RCMP with  information and anyone else you  can think of I37cn  Special home needed tor big.  beautilul black, male Chesapeake/lab. 1 1/2 yrs. with marvellous disposition Needs children to  play with and lots ol exercise To  approved home only Also young  bantam rooster 8860995 3Bw  SPCA has a large number ol big  healthy house cats obviously  belonging to someone and not  claimed. II your cat is missing  please come to the Gibsons Animal Hospital between 2-4pm.  weekdays. 10-12 Saturdays and  see it it is here. Regrettably,  unless claimed we will have no  alternative but to pul them to  sleep. Your beloved pet may be  one of Ihem. Cais - male, older,  orange tabby, declawed: lemale,  young lorlolseshell; lemale, black  a white (2); female, tabby with  orange marks; female, pale calico,  1 year, friendly, loud purr; male,  orange, 1 year, neutered, people  cat; male, dark tabby, big cat,  neutered, very mellow; lemale  tabby, i year (3); male, grey t  white, young cat, friendly; male  tabby, young, good with hids;  male, black 8 white, very affectionate. They can't find you, please  come and look here lor lhem.��37w  Black female, Persian manx.  spayed, about 5 yrs, needs home  without dogs or kids. 685-3484.  ��37cn  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then i Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716orMaree Fashions.  NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  Female Terrier X, 2 yrs., free to  good home. 865-5369.   ��38W  ver Fall term Cathy 666-0959  ���37cn  Highland dance instructor needed  lor 7 year old daughter Please cal  885-0678 <37w  Family type sate canoe, good  cond. reasonable once 685-6300  ���37W  Anyone having recordings ot country singer. Fredde Han. please call  Annate. 886-2796.        M7W  AVALON  CUSTOMER*  S��V*��15-20%  on your bottled milk  Call lo receive a  FREE iH,..i Milk  [FVaMn  '**-������"��� tKltH-il  FREE heme DELIVERY  So...MOOv* on overt  Call John at 885-5577  "The*. UddT Ouy"  owner 886-9390.  sible. 883-9262.  37cn  Waterfront, Redrooffs, 1.6 a. with  beautiful Merry Island view. Good  access to beach and boathouse.  This well treed lot has a single  wide mobile home and near new  out-building designed lor a guest  house. Geo-Tech report and blueprints available for construction ol  a permanent residence. No agents  please. $185,000. Phone 865-  7778. ��37cn  It's twins! The Dempsters, Mel,  Announcements  37cn  NC  Dori and big brother Ty want the Westview, Nanaimo and North  world to know that their babies Vancouver. Retiring in 1977, he  arnved safely on August 15,1992.  returned to Nanaimo lor the  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 60 e/doz, 666-8039.  TFN  ALCOHOLICS   ANONYMOUS  685-7883,24 hour line.     TFN  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinhing problem? Call Al-Anon  HICKS: Captain James Minty Astrology with Jill Kirby. Classes f_ef_.m3 0,65-7484 886-9059  Hicks ��� Jim Hicks died peaceUy start Sepl. 16. Register 886-7930 ^.j^ m.zX5  with his family by his side in the  Nanaimo Hospital on Wednesday,  September 2,1992. Bom in Vancouver x February 14,1912, Jim  was the eldest child of Joseph  Hicks and Mary Belle Minty, originally ol Newfoundland. He worked  hard, responsibly, and skilfully at a  number ot jobs in his early years,  particularly as a fisherman, before  advancing tu the position ot Captain firsl with the Black Ball Ferries  and finally with the BC Ferries.  Along the way, he lived and  worked in Vancouver, Gibsons,  1 7 Garage Sales  Saturday. Sept. 26,10-2 pm. Proceeds lo Amnesty International.  SECHELT ELEMENTARY GYM.  Contributions requested, lor pickup. Roger 885-7143. Rob 886-  3822, Shirley 883-1154    37cn  1565 Cypress Way {Woodcrk  Paik) 10-3 pm, Sat and Sun,37w  Movingl Compiele contents of  home. Fum. etc. everything nego.  Sat. & Sun., Sept. 19 t 20,12-  4pm, 1006 Grandview Rd. 886-  4799. I37W  Sat, Sept. 19, 10-4 pm, 1280  Fitchett. Household goods,  portable tablesaw. handsaw, joiner. No early birds please.   37w  Moving sale - From Sept. 3 lo 20.  1008 North Rd. 38w  18 Barteryri Trade  CENTEHUNE PERFORMANCE  AUTO RESTORATIONS  Body Work! Paint  Swap  for cars, trucks or whatever?!  Paint jobs starting al  CARS $369  TRUCKS 1441 UP  For info phone 686-0972 or 886-  7227. H36W  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Model Audition  for Sunnycrest  Mall's Fall  Fashion Show!  Auditons at Sunnycrest  Mall Thursday, Sept. 17  at 6pm (in Iront of  Pharmasave). Ages 16-  50. Female B7" & up.  Male S'10" & up. No  experience necessary,  but an asset.  Adult children of Alcoholics or dis-  functional families please call 886-  3849 or 865-4622 tor help.  NC  8   Recreation  Fall Clearance Sale  New and used sea kayaks and  canoes. Dry bags, books, accessories. Pedals snd Paddles. 885-  6440 at Porpoise Bay Marina  39cn  Leam to scuba dive. Professional  instructors. Full Padi Certification  Seaaport Scuba. 885-9830  TFN  GUITAR LESSONS  BEGINNERS THRU TO INTERMEDIATE, CLASSICAL THRU TO  JAZZ. ALL AGES. MICHAEL  BLOCH 886-9747.        #39W  1991 Lowry organ like new, cost  $15,000, asking $10,000. Violin  very old, good condition. $250  885-7489 after 4 pm 39w  Professional violinist from England  now accepting students in Gibsons  and Hallmoon Bay. Exceptional  credentials. Cello lessons also  available in Gibsons by Vancouver  musician . Contact Lyn Vernon.  36*  19 Appliances  Almost new 1 yr old Danby easy-  clean gas stove. Electric ignition.  $450 O.B.O. 666-7604        39w  All white - fridge $100; w/d $325;  30' stove $125; older 30' stove  $100, very good condition. 886-  3714 38cn  30' white Kelvinator, window door,  $125.686-3714  20. Furniture  Gibsons Shito Ryu Itosukai (12th  Ryley James was Dom at 2:30 pm remainder ot his years. He loved year on the Sunshine Coast) wel-  and weighed 6 pounds. 10 ounces snd cared for his family very comes ne�� members. Place; St.  and Jeremy Charles was born at *eply- Sun-wig, are his wife Kay; A'd��;ns Ha"' ���'8- CK; Prlce:  307omandweidhed6Dounds2 Ns children Arlene (Ron) Godfrey $20/mo. Time: Adults: Tues. S  3.UI pm and weigneo 6 pounds, 2 Vancouver Ted (Susan) Thurs- 7:30-9:00 pm, Sunday  zi?oizr:��;z sss ^^.m^^   SSSJKS immmommafmm MM* P^Oontsc. Jsme. Biack nylon du���le bag, Sechlel  (aerry and Lesley Huirier. and lust- B,y; tw0 brother5 Ray ,Mlf,| McCarthy al 886-3306 or Trevor  m _[_,,               ,7cn  as-proud great-grandparents are Hicks and Bob (Anne) Hicks ot Johnston at 885-9454 or Dennis    _____ __  Mel Chnsting, Jack and Phyllis t__1Ki and one me, MMrel) Rogers at 885-3838. Member  Pretty greyish-black with black  Shilton and Margaret Hunter, plus (L|0y()| Hunler 0( Burnaby: 9 Nation Karate Association, Sport  slnpes cat. Lost near Uptown  many aunts, uncles and cousins, grandchildren and 7 great-graryf- BC, Karate BC, World Union of  Molel, 886-9861 eves.       37cn  Special thanks lo all who took children, numerous nephews and Karate Organizations and Japan  such good care of us - Dr. Jim Pet- nieces. A special joy to Jim and his Karate Federation.        i39W  zold. the an ambulance crew, Dr. lamily was their gathering this past  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  Music lor all occasions. Phone  864-54X I37W  SubuM Violin or Fiddle Instruction. Register now tor fall. Phone  88542241x865-5530.   I37cn  B Flat Trumpet with cass, (200.  866-9227. I36W  D.M Thomas, Dr. Todd Howlett,  midwife Irene, Dr. Wishart,  r> Camilla Bold! and all the maternity nurses at boos Gate Hospital.  A 'double' thank you lo Nanny and  Foo for holding down Ihe fort and  lo Grammi lor being there when  the babies were born and staying  and helping so much when we all  came home. 37cn  Martin - Kelvin and Mamie (nee  Trail) are happy to announce the  punctual arrival of their daughter  Lesley Anne, bom August 29,1992  at 10:37 am at St. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt, weighing 7 pounds, 6 1/2  ounces. She is lovingly welcomed  by her grandparents Korean Crawford and 'Poppal', and Ed and  Barb Traff. Many thanks to Dr.  Scott and Anne-Marie, who were  there to catch her. #37cn  February to celebrate his 80th  birthday. Private interment was in  Cedar Valley Memorial Gardens  followed by a public Memonal Service on Saturday afternoon, September 5 at 3 pm at St. Andrews  Presbyterian Church. 4235 Departure Bay Road. Nanaimo. The  Reverend Glenn Ball and the Reverend Ron Macluskie officiated.  Flowers are gratefully declined. II  Iriends so wish, they may make  donations in memory ol Captain  Hicks to Children's Hospital, 4460  Oak Street, Vancouver, BC V6H  3V4. I37cn  To Lilie Eidei and her helpers and  to everyone whose presence at  Harmony Hall on August 2 made  our 60th Anniversary very special.  Wiljo and Florence Wiren. 36*  For Better Health and  Welrteing!  Therapeutic bodywork combining  Esalen and Swedish, Reiki and  Craniosacral. Usha Thome 686-  2750. M9W  BROOKS * MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LT0.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Points  in All  Colours Ot    r  The Relnbow.   *,  .Including Qreen  5 month old black and while German Shepherd X, Browning Road  area. 685-5385. I37cn  Reward $50! Lost gold ring wlh  blue sapphire and 2 diamonds,  one on either side. 886-2496 or  886-3036. K37W  Rottweiler/Lab X dog, not wearing  a collar. He's black wih tan markings and comes to Jessie. If found  please call 6864646.       I37cn  v Ginger and white cat Stacey.  Stitches on one ear. 885-3950 or  885-9204. ��37cn  Disney World and Beach Deluxe  accom. Florida, 6 nts. $200 O.B.O.  666-4588 38w  1 way airline ticket to Montreal  (male) Sept. 30 $150 O.B.0.665-  6416 38w  ���7/  *  Bill Wood  ___  SECHELT 3-  A!  11 ,CW reward!  Sadly missed, white, Persian/  Himalayan long-haired cat, with  Bus. 885-2923 1 omnga tail and orange ears. Blue  Res. $85-5058 "I eyes, neutered male. Lost Aug. 25  N. Van. Has been seen on the  Rainbow Preschool Roberts Ferry coming to Sunshine Coast.  Creak, enroll now for October. Any info call collect 980-2672  Joyce 886-9096. M9W 38cn  Oueen size bed/2 matching nighl  tables $300-865-9634     39w  King size mattress, box spring, 6  mth old. New $650, sell for $400.  885-1922 39w  Two pine loveseats, Ikea, good  shape, $150 pr. 886-7757.#37cn  Bunk beds, dresser, nighl stand,  captain's bed. Ikea sofa bed. 866-  8196. ��39W  Kroeler sola and chair, autumn  colours, $100; Kenmore full sz  microwave $100; ofl-while mates  bed. $100; brown males bed $50;  mattresses inc. 885-5855  37w  Front room wall unit, good shape.  $230. 886-8986.167 x 63") 38w  Kitchen table with 2 chairs. Excellenl condition $100 O.B.O. 885-  6847. 37cn  Sole and loveseat, Bauhaus,  excel, cond. Bolh $450.885-6156.  ��37cn  Oueen size bed - solid oak headboard, c/w lighls/bookshelf/buill in  end tables, mattress and  boxspring. $900.685-5506.fr37w  Antique Canadiana oak dining  room suite $2200, brass and glass  dining room chandelier $300. Call  885-5667. ��37cn  Double size pine Futon frame,  $30,885-9565. #38W  Large brown tweed sectional,  $100; 4 piece walnut coloured wall  unit, $100.885-6272 or 885-9063.  ���38W  Sturdy wood cat door, new or  used. 666-2967. #37cn  Wooden paddle tor kayak. Denise  885-5166. TFN  Fuel oil storage tank in good condition. 885X1225 Ive. message  39w  Noritake-Amiston dinner ware 886-  9346 39w  Barbie Dolls and accessories and  other small dolls. Call Betty 886-  2673                           39w      ,__, .,���,���,���       Kh can sail It for You! Consign-  Desk with drawers in reasonable  ment Sale furniture appliances and  condition. Cheap! Call 886-3620.     sporting goods. Call us and find  #37w out more. 686-0225.       #39w  21 For Sale Take Advantage of oaar Net*' Classified Ad Special  Coasl News, Seplember 14, 1992 15  Coast News (Monday)  Run your classified ad 6 times.   m clMT5i5SJ?SSdB5  and pay for only 2 times! ^E        Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and 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.  FOR  INFORMATION  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  Williamsburg 3-light dining room  fixture $96; 2-fixture. 7* chains to  centre bass, swag light fixture $35.  Several pieces brown tweed wool  carpet. 3'6iB', 4'��5'. 3'6'xB' to  5-5x11' pii* carpet pieces $10 to  $15 each; 40-x30' dresser mirror  $30; very solid otlice desk chair.  needs reuphrjstenng $40,12x24'  brown or white, new root valley tin  $12; gdl balls $4 to $6 per dozen.  8854)99 39w  Brand new men's 26' Poadmaster  mountain bike 13 sp Shimano  gears $250.886-7521      39w  Apple II C computer, printer, soft  ware, excellent condition. $500 ���  885-7143 39w  Queen a waterbed, $350 O.B.O.  at! 6 pm 886-8309 37cn  Table charm dinner ware set. Victoria pattern service lor 8. 885-  6040 39w  Sears dlx baby stroller exc. oond.  $40,886-3056 37cn  Kitchen cabinets (used) ��� Pecan  finish by 'Crestwood' 885-7798  betoreBpm 39w  Pressure cooker $50 ��� wool mat-  tress cover $60 ��� Samsonrte cases  $45 -0.B.0.885-5125        ss  Arts i Crarts/Fumrture/Books/Cap-  puccino. Molly's Lane Market.  Open every day B86-S07&S39W  96 round 30-30 calibre ammunition. 30c per round, or 25c each rl  you take all. Earte 886-7959.I39W  16 ft. dia. used dpi. Complete  i w'iner, ozan, door, some floor carpets, poles, ropes and pegs, $350.  Earle 886-7959. ��39W  Wood-burning radiant heater, asking $126. Earte 886-7959. ��9W  17 It. Seers firjregtass canoe complete wilh electric motor (needs  prop.). Never used, oars and oar  lochs, 2 paddies and two med. We  jackets. All lor $350. Earte 886-  7961. S39W  Older upright freezer, runs graat,  $50; small Sanyo stereo, $25;  lamp. $25. MM006.     ��39W  Bathtub, good cond. 886-9304.  13701  Portatse mercury filled blood praa-  sura measuring device (BAUM).  Stevens Stethoscope, as new,  $75,886-7064. ��37cn  Queen sz. waterbed with headboard and accessories, $100;  Bauer skates, sz. 8 men's; Lazer  skates, sz. 9 men's, $50 ea. 886-  8005. #39W  26 cubic, upright Ireezer, good  working cond.; used automatic  5-9959.       I39W  ROYAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROVAL DOULTON FIGURINES  at competitive prices.  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  885-2171  Open 7 days a wee*  Sewer redding machine on trailer 3  hp engine. 6 bits up to 10". Excef-  lentcondition.$450885-9068 ss  i heater $40, BID skill-  saw $40, VCR $75.303 riHe $125,  Johnston 3hp OB motor $150.  8864487. 38w  Furnace oil tank, size, 250g containing 85.6g oil, valued $140, lor  $50. Quantity ot security heavy  duty cedar trellis fencing and  posts. 886-4547,10am-6pm38w  3 1/2 aq. 12 18' taper-sawn shingles. $200.885-9604        38w  '87 GMC pick up box, no rust  $450. 8000 Ib. Warn winch $400.  885-4029 36w  17' Grumman Eagle canoe with 3  life jackets $900 O.B.0.685-9643.  38w  Fresh local lamb for sale. Mason  Rd.U-pick 685-3506.        38w  Moving: teah desk, Danish style  recliner, twin bed with mattress,  solid oah chairs, elect, lawn  mowsr, chest, freezer 15cu.lt.,  68W649 38w  2 beautiful glass and rattan shell  units. One tall and arched, one  shorter, $360. One loveseat, beige  $175. One single bed mattress,  boohcasehdbrd $75.886-7520  38w  Seasoned Fir Firewood, split and  delivered. $90 - P.U. Load.  Richard. 883-2562.        ��41cn  Firewood, spilt and delivered, $100  cord. 863-9430. I38W  Dbl bed Whd.brd. $50, semi-auto  Simonov 7.62x 39mm, Sling and  bayonet $200; 12' fiberglass boat -  dtHe oar lochs. Good cond. $350.  866-7521 39w  Truck winches, 8,000 lbs, 10,000  lbs; flatdaoh trailer 6x1?; 8* motorized jointer planer with stand. 685-  7213 39w  Fresh frozen, tails, may deliver.  Steve 1119 Chaster. 886-8094.  ���38W  28' airtight woodburning fireplace  insert. 'The Hearthhealer'. $300.  886-2417. ��37w  New vinyl windows, double glazed.  4 ��� 4'x5', 4 at 4'x 4', $200 each.  Yamaha Generator 4000, pd  $2200 sell $1500, electric lawn-  mower $50, Toro gas mower $100.  886-3926.  I38cn  Fireplace insert, exc. cond., $250;  men's Raleigh 10 sp. bike, $85; 3  sealer seat lor GMC van, with seal  belts and mounting plates, $170; 2  cyl. Onan diesel engine, 14.5 HP  rebuilt to manuf. specs, elect, start,  $1500; 5 HP Seagull outboard,  $350,886-9227. I3BW  Rocher/Recliner, Brown/biege.  $75. Vertical blind 141/2 long x  101/2 wide. Cream. $75. 885-  3221. I37cn  Dorel portable car seat, Fisher  Price swing. As new $60 each.  865-3026. I37cn  Bed cheslerlield, nice cond $150;  tub chair $20; TV aland $15; coffee fable $20; Rocker dining chair  $25; Leather recliner $200, Pioneer chainsaw, p.41. $350. 885-  7007. (3701  Pine Hill fireplace insert. Model:  Phoenix Hearth slove, blach and  brass, exc. cond. 885-4839.#37cn  Trans oceanic transistor short  wave radio $220.885-5937, massage 156. ��37cn  Cuslom built wood lathe with 12'  bed, 5 HP, 4 spd. step pulley,  $3000.OBO 886-3344 aft. 6pm.  ���37W  Super Deal on Firewood 20 cents  per cubic It. (25.60 per cord)  unsplll, you pickup, mixed. Csll  Bofis Enterprises 81886-0262.  I37W  Wet suit jacket, kmg-John a hooded vest, mitts and gloves, Calypso  BCD, 1-72 lbs. slim tank fits med.  sz. male, $750 OBO. 886-7097 alt.  4:30 pm. #37W  Dark brown arborite suite, very  good cond. 2 vinyl covered footstools; glass fireplace doors, brass  a blach, like new; fireplace grates,  RSF wood healer, very good cond.  plus dried wood. 5242 Hwy tot  Selma Park. I37cn  Firewood, seasoned fir with 25%  hemlock mix, Iree delivery, $115.  886-9372. I37W  Burning barrels, $14 each. Call  865-5703 any time.       ��37cn  RREWOOD  Well seasoned firewood, split,  delivered, maple, hemlock, llr,  $100 cord, also mill ends, $60.  Call 886-7774. ��7W  22' Power Pete, pair cable operated camper jacks. 885-3947 after  6pm. ��3'.cn  Laser 126 Ex computer, coloured  monitor, printer, modem, lots of  software. Also boys 12 spd. moun-  tain bihe. 885-4025.      I37cn  Lawnmower. elect, as new, weed  eater. 16', Homelrie 16' chainsaw,  Craftsman router, 20-60x telescope with tripod, kettle BBQ,  sundry fishing rods and reels. 865-  3549. ��37cn  Assorted single glazed windows.  Call 886-7556. t37cn  LOST lhat loving feeling1 Ladies  gold 1 diamond lewellery Must be  sold. 885-4778. ��37cn  17' gas weedeater, $75; back  pack leaf blower. $350; shop dust  collector, 600 cu. Him., $150; Lincoln 225 arc welder, portable roadside sign, c/w letters, $700; 4  mobile home axles, complete,  $250: organic toilet; two 5'x12'  sand nebula arborite, $150.865-  7147. #37W  Btown hide-a-bed, $75; pr. bedroom lamps, $10; baby gates, $10,  $15 etc. 866-7375.        I3BW  Raff sewing mach. Hobbymatic  935,1 yr. old, $500.886-6726.  ���38W  Miele 12 sp. racing bihe, $150;  Admiral dryer, exc. cond., $75;  Atomic 200 shis with Look bindings, $100; umbrella stroller, like  new, $30.885X3707.      ��38W  50 year old wood burning cook-  stove, U-pick up, $50.886-7547.  I38W  Two folding 3 spd. bikes, like new,  have original bills and warranties,  cost $350 ea., sell $199 ea. 883-  2246. #38W  '86 Pacer, invalid electric scooter,  exc. cond., $900 OBO. 885-2440.   ��36W  25 ft. Owens, $1500; gas pump  and 300 gal. tank, $100; roto tiler.  $100; two Pioneer P-20 chain-  saws, $50 pr. 883-9107. I38W  Pining room suite, $350; sofa,  rocker chair set, $150; peach bedspread t shams, $30;p wine rack,  $20; coffee table and end tables,  $100; electric typewriter, $30.885-  2717. #38W  5 ft bar - arborite 6 leather  padding. Builders transit level,  Makita 10': skillsaw. 686-9690.  13701  Grow Great garlic. Get ready for  tall planting of large organic garlic.  One pack 20 cloves. ($5.00) Incl  postage (planting instructions.  Send to Organic Creeh Farm,  RR#2, S20, C-14, Gibsons, BC,  V0N1V0. TFNs  1977 JD 410 backhoe. good working condition, $10,800 060. 866-  7372 or 885-5730. as  955 CAT loader $10,000 665-2503  ss  GERMAN 1977 CAPRI  Giha sports coupe. Red, sunrool,  black int. buckets snd split told-  down, lift back. 2.8L V6 4spd. No  rust, good clutch, brakes, new tires  $1,100O.B.O.886-7227   37cn  1980 Sunbird V6, auto, low miles.  No rust. $800 O.6.0.886-7227  37cn  1946 Ford 11/2 Ion. Good running  order, original, $2,500 O.B.O.;  1976 AMC Pacer 2 dr, auto, $400  O.B.O. 886-2066 39w  1969 Cougar luxury sports, brighl  red, computerized. Low mileage,  flawless $13,750 - 865-450139w  1966 Plymouth Caravelle, low  mileage, good condition, $5,500.  885-7469 after 4 pm        39w  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 OBO. 886-3646 ss  1973 Chevy Van, rusty but runs  well, mag wheels, $400 OBO;  1977 Dodge Aspen station wagon,  good shape, slant 6, $500 OBO.  885-3351. I39W  74 Ford Granada, brand new  motor, have sll receipts; '65 Ford  Falcon, 2 dr. hardtop, very restor-  able, offers; '82 Toyota 4X4 SR5,  tilt, sliding back window, $2000.  665-4083. <39W  1982 Mercury Lynx low miles!  4spd, good cond, blue. $1850.  885-9001 38w  1990 Nissan Micra 43,000 km,  two-door, five speed, reliable economic transportation, still on warranty. $5,995.686-9294.   38w  1979 Mercury Bobcat Villager Stn  W. a/ps/pb, tape deck, V6. $600.  883-2530 38w  1979 Cougar slightly damaged  Runs ok. J250 O.B.0.863-9392      39w  1985 Salan $4.500.686-2076  39w  1962 Buck wagon. Perlect runner,  perfect transport, new exhaust  system 1 convener. New tires  $900.8654698. I37cn  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine slereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  060866-7378 ss  1979 Cadillac Sedan Deville,  loaded, on propane and unleaded.  Exc cond. $2900 OBO. 883-2178.  ���37cn  1969 Dodge Omni 36.000 kms.,  P.T. warranty. $4500 060. 886-  8922 ss  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5b00 866-2833 or 866-7484   ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Demi Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  Mt-2020   mi  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  683-9234. ss  1969 Ponliac Firebird, 5 spd., T-  roofs, 24,000 kms., $10,000, 686-  4941 #38W  CHEAP! FBI/US. SEIZED  89 MERCEDES $200  86 VW $50  87 MERCEDES $100  DRUGLORD TRUCKS!  $100  86 BRONCO $50  91 BLAZER $150  77 JEEP CJ $50.  Seized Vans. 4x4's. Boats  Choose Irom thousands starting  $25. 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-  2935 Copynghl. iBC104KKM1w  1991 Jeep YJ. white. 14.500 kms.  excellent condition, never otl road.  $14,500. Call after 5pm. 886.3561  or 644-2786 ��39cn  Full site 1190 Dodge van, V6  auto, SUM). NI-3S7I.       as  1988 Toyota Fore Runner, black  $10.500.885-0935 after 5pm  ��37cn  1971 GMC pickup, parts or whole,  offers 886.3616 - ask tor Len.  I37W  1966 Ford Econoline window van.  6 cyl.. 3 sp.. runs very well Brakes  rust done 866-3716       I3BW  1980 Chev 4 ton dump truck. 366  HP. 2 spd. rear end, 6-6 yd box.  $6500 firm. 886-6650 eves,  ss  1967 Honda 250R street, trail. 4  tires, lull nring gear $2000 OBO.  686-8903. S37w  1969 Honda C8R 600. white/silver, exc cond., lake new New rear  Metzler. new chain, extras. $4300.  866-7911 t37W  r^TZ-TVo^ ^HondsAspencade. exc. cond.  OMC V8. OMC Leg s/s Prepare ^^^^SSt^ml *  hp Evinrude, dinghy, sounder. \_ ,   stand-up head, galley, tape deck. 1981 Honda CB650 custom,  am/tm, CB. survey papers, EZ immaculate 25,600 original K's,  loader lanoern trailer. $10,000 Call $1250OBO 886-7376.       ss  5-7470  36w  For sale or irade for small airplane  26 ft. pleasure tug. Atomic 4  engine Contact box 1542.  Sechelt.  38cn  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  otters 886-6622 ss  24 It Boal - 'Biackfish'  0.6.0 685-7977.  $5,000  36cn  15 ft family sailboat, double hull,  one sail, previously owned by the  Beachcombers TV series Asking  $1.500.686-8934. 38cn  Working mother ol one urgently  needs t to 2 bedroom house/cottage by Oct I it possible. 886-  0144. I39W  Honest, responsible graduate couple looking lo housesil rent Oct. 1,  Sechelt area prelerred. Have poor  experience in Vancouver. Costa  Rica. Have dogs and rels. 224-  3657. ��39W    13'fiberglass open boat $150-3  79 Ford 12 passenger van. V8  * ���"J*'�� *'*���6 * *_   Young lamily looking to rent nice  auto good cond. $3295 OBO. 886-   ��� ����*>2' ' 5 hp T!L0/B  M bdrm. home on acreage, pre).  Gibsons area. Long term il re?rotable 8B5-956I ��39W  7520 or 886-2111.  $150,865-7453.  38cn  1986 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/P6,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700. 885-2836.685-7413  ss  1985 Bronco II 4X4. auto.. CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 080.  1992 Rampage 18.5 centre console whaler, w/wo power. Locally  built factory direct from $14,500.  685-7453. 38cn  14' Sangster 50 hp. new windshield, sounder, exc. hull. $1200.  OBO. 865-5506. #37w  65 MUSTANG..ZZI."II.$50  Days 8e6"9332 ^ 7 8,6S- m'   M' Fiberform Cruiser, 186 Mer-  Choose from thousands starting  $25. 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-  2935. Copyright ��BC104JC��45w  2983.  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts 885-5102. ss  Long-lime Coast residents, working couple, require rental accom.  Have refs. Please call 865-5460  39w  Professional couple w/2 children  looking to rent 3-4 bdrm home in  Gibs/Sech area. 462-8879 39cn  Small 1 bdrm house. Roberts  Creek area preferred. $400 max.  886-7592. I37cn  I960 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,   1989 GMC Tracker, 4 wheel dnve,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113. 5 spe8d. Hardtop. $9000. 886-  "  4599. ss  1981 Ford Granada as is, $500  OBO. 866-6095. TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025   ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for the  $5500.886-4599.  set, with covers, 686-9500 anytime, ss  1985 Ford 1/2 ton 4X4. 6 cyl., 4  spd. with winch, $4500. Phone  888-2335 eves, or lv mess.l3BW  1981 Ford F250,4x4 with rock box  cruiser, CB radio, sounder, stand-  up head, dinghy. $9500.883-2746.  i37cn  12 ft. aluminum boat, exc. cond..  $600.883-9502. I37W  1973 Reinell 24 It. boat on a 1979  Garden Bay Oceanview, 3 bdrm, 2  allspeed trailer. $8600 OBO. Len  car garage, R.S.F. wood heater  666-6616.  ��37W  26 fl Tanzer Sailboat. Full Batten  main, 163 Genoa, 110 jib. storm,  and F.P. $80O/mth. Refs. required.  Now available 883-9343     39w  2 bdrm sxs duplex. All appl..  jib, spinnaker, VHF, d/s, k/m, swim  Roberts Creak $550.885-3676  1961 Chev 1/2 ton Scottsdale,  canopy, till, cruise, PS/PB, two-  tone, nice Iruck, $2500. 686-3490,  toll free 1-977-7349. ss  1980 Chev 3/4 ton Suburban,  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6, 78000 miles, PS/PB, $3195 060.  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $7,495.  685-9565. ��39cn  866-7520 or 886-2111. ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400060. 885-1943.      ss  ladder, 9.9 Yamaha, heater,  dinghy, $15,000.896-4285.��37cn  191/2' boat, 115 Merc, molor, trailer. $3500 OBO. 6B6-9050.��37cn  24 ft. Tolly-craft. 150 hp; Mercruiser, full canvas, VHF, CB,  head, stove 4 four wheel tilt trailer,  immaculate. $8000.685-0698.  ���37cn  37cn  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext., rebuilt engine ii transmission. Priced to sell $3850 Call 866-  t9?'6 Do(l9e camperized van,  6510 after 6:00 pm. ss      auto, p/s,p/b, cruise, rear bed, cup  boards, icebox, sink, $1,500. 316  Granthams: spectacular view from  comfortable executive type home  in tranquil setting. 5 mins. to lerry.  2 bdrm., 2 bath, liv/dng., rec rm.,  exc. Ig. view deck, $950. Avail.  Oct. 1.886-7249. I39W  275 Ryan Drive, Gibsons, Large 2  bdrm. mobile on quiet scene-lot.  Avail. Sept. 15 or Oct. 1. Children  in!,2?'d?J^Ea^ha^0p200  and small rjetsweteome/ssSO/mo.  HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6), Gibsons  #, m M ^ mm7  I960 Ford Fairmont, p/s p*. No 198, AMC, auto, good cond. No eno 886-2512  rust, am/fm cassette radio. New ^.$1950080885-1942 �� _____  ten tires, new brakes, $1,000  O.B.O. 88M516.  38w  *��  SPECIAL"  KH270-ELECTRONIC  BULKY KNITTING  MACHINE  Reg. $2000.00  Now $1(349.95  includes  Technique Books  (value $90.00)  Used Machines Available  Inquire: 665*0797  TERRAMAR SERVICES LID.  distributor for brother  KNITTING MACHMES  ftepAfrs A Parte  MECHANIC  en New Bppeee *% Men-art JM.  886-7227  TOWING  Fully  Inaured  m  Day*  ,���,, ���     ���, 19^8 Dodge XTC Getaway van,  1977 Volvo DL, rusty, reliable, new  KM6 080.685-2669.   ��38W  rjarts.$500O6O885-1942.     ss  61 VW Westlalia, immac. condi-  Marina, $17,500.886-2694.     ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-1990  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456. TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local  ���39W  883-2669.  1975 Triumph TH7, excellent condition, new dual exhaust, radial t/a  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down for family size  car or 11 ft. camper. 885-9068.  #37cn  Airco Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 865-5276 ss  SALE  6' oadsr 4x4's, $6 each. 885-5031.  ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, ergonomic  design grip belt, $650 060.886-  7097. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  184-5240   TFN  CEDAR SHAKES* LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 865-5669  or 885-5601. TFN  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 886-8204. ss  Anything.' Give us a make $ model  * if required, how much you want  to spend. We'll try our best. 886-  9033. TTN  Parker + Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Marlin 444s Winchester,  Queen size waterbed, 6entwood  rocker. 885-5467. as  Super-8 or regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod and light, $125.896-9420.  TFN  GOOD HAY  U.OtWalelMlvtrad  Restoring your own vehicle? Call  Certified Trimmer. Reasonable  prices. K.R.O. Auto Upholstery.  885-7072. ��37cn  1961 Ford Escort, std, good cond.  New muffler, new brakes. $1100  OBO. 885-6041. f37cn  1991 Turbo Sprint immac. as new.  20,000 ks, $9000.1970 Trans Am,  Ram Air III, 400, 4 spd, 12 bolt  posl, needs restoration $2250,  1975 Trans Am, customized, no  engine $1000. 1977 Suburban  4x4, good dnve train, rusty $1500.  Dave. 886-8692. ��37cn  1975 Nova 350 VB. good transportation $650.885-7453. 36cn   -  1975 Fiat Spyder, 5 spd, convertible, greal shape. $2200. 885-  3221. ��37cn  1981 Chevette, exc. cond., no rust,  skylight, new brakes. $1700 060.  685-2672. I37cn  Great Car, Great Prlcei  1985 Chev. Spectrum, exc. cond.,  Alpine stereo, clean, excellent gas  mileage. Only asking $2300. Call  886-0971 eves, or mess. 886-  9764. I37W  1977 Corolla lift back, good  mechanical cond. and appearance, needs muffler $500. Firm.  883-2648. #37cn  1986 Dodge Aries K-Car. 4 dr.,  auto, 47,000 kms, 2.21 eng. exc.  cond. 1969 Sunbird GT turbo, sunroof, air, auto, exc. cond. 1 alu-  ^mJam\mmimlf SSffl!   **" " ���#* *���* * "*    tT"' " "^ ^^  rebuilt. $7500 OBO. PTO Avail.   ral paint. $8450.886-8288 OBO      ���   12 ft. aluminum boal $600, 685-  7167. 36ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  last and in top condition, surveyed  value $6500, offers (trades considered. 886-2738. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-260 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots of extras, $24,900  060.463-8919 or 463-5959.    ss  19 ft. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold, $3500.886-3457.        ss  Moorage - Sechelt. 2 dollars per  loot per month. Royal Reach Motel  t Marina. 885-7844.        TFN  77 Ventura, v-6 std. only 66,000  mi. Clean, new radiais, $750.865-  9553. ss  1965 Citation II, V6, 4 spd. Only  33,000km. $3200.886-9553. ss  77 Camaro, 39,000 org. miles.  White int. excellent. Rusty $950  060.886-2111 ss  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  886-7150. SS2  1985 F250XL 4x4 diesel. 120.000  kms. $9,000 - 0.6.0. 885-4455  after 6 pm 39w  5th wheel trailer hitch. $150 OBO.  M9W  1979 F150 4x4 mint condition, 2-  lone painl, new tires/brakes, runs  perfect, $3,900 O.B.O. 666-9815.  Dennis. 38cn  1979 Chev van, short wheel base,  305 V6, mag wheels, some  rust/body damage, $1,000 O.B.O.  886-4568 36w  1979 Ford Econoline, good running order $600.866-4965 38*  1990 Black Ford Ranger 4x4, fuel  inj. 4cyl, alpine deck, 19.500 kms,  bedliner, exc. cond. $11,500  O.B.O. 886-2914 or 886-293136W  1968 Ford F250 4x4,7.3L Diesel,  auto trans. 863-2562.      38cn  Comfortable 9 1/2' Security  camper, complete $950 or reasonable offer accepted. 883-2694  37w  1976 Travel frailer, 13 ft. 3-way  fridge, stove, toilet, heater $2,000  O.B.O. 886-8467. 38w  1965 Komlort 5th wheeler. Sleeps  6 excel cond. $11,000.885-7963  36w  1979 Ford Truck and camper  needs minor repairs. $2,995  O.B.O. Phone 885-5335 to view.  38cn  Wanted: 10-11.511. '89 or newer  camper in mint condition. 886-  9442. 38cn  1970 VW Westlalia, runs great.  $9000.6.0.885-9520.   1370)  1981 -11 ft.. Vanguard camper,  exc. cond. $3000.883-9502.  ��37W  21 It. Scamper travel trailer, stove,  Iridge, furnace, shower, toilet,  $4900 OBO. 886-7147.   ��7W  1979 Ford 300-6 cyl.. 1964 auto  r^'c^,'Mng"Mtslde ,rans' soe runnin9- 8,t fllum'  windows. Exc. cond. 865-4616   *=inopy. After 6 pm. 885-5094.  days. 885-2735 eves.    ��37cn   38cn  Call Between 12-tpm  885-9357  TFN  1984 Camaro Z26, loaded, black.  $4500 Tom 885-9235.    ��37cn  1980 Olds Cutlass 4 dr, 6 cyl.  auto. Clean, runs well. $875.886-  0240 39w  1979 Dodge Caravel. Runs good  for parts. $500 O.B.0.885-5794  36*  1975 Dodge van, ps/pb, a/c, partly  camperized, bed, table, bench  seats, cupboards. Poor mechanical cond. BO. 885-6313. Eves.  # 37cn  36 tt yellow cedar, 3 cyl. 16 hp  Easthope. Offers.. 685-5523  37cn  Honzon Cathedral 8 dinghy, 8 fool  libreglass. whaler type design, like  new. $600.886-3643. ss  17 ft. Glenden ��� Olympic 1961 ���  115 Evinrude, bait tank, $3000.  663-9660. ��39W  12' alum, boat, 9.9 Merc long-leg  $900 O.B.O. 683-9392      39*  14ft runabout, trailer, 40 hp Merc  outboard, canvas covers. $2,200  O.B.O. 886-4711 38*  1991 Whaler Rampage, 18.5 centre console, 135 mere,, gal. trailer,  sounder, bait tank, rod holders  winch package, power trim. Only  50 hrs. $21,500.885-7453.3801  255 Grew hardtop, ss bait tank,  2 bdrm 1974 12x66 with large  addilion. Lots ol extra storage  space. Pertect for inexpensive living. Sechelt $20,000 O.B.O.  Phone 865-2272 39w  RV pad avail $2l0/mo. S.C.M.H.  Park 686-9626. ��37cn  NOTHING DOWN!  Up to 100% O.A.C interest rates  63/4% a lor 6 mos New S used  mobile homes starting at $19,500.  S.C.M.H. Sales. 866-9626 TFN  BRAND NEW  Single and double wides. For pads  or private property. Belore you buy  check us out! Nick 885-6340.TFN  1973 3 bdrm, 12x66 with large  addition S deck. $25,000. 866-  4599 ss  1978 Mazda B18O0 pickup. Runs timer, 1/0 350/280 leg, VHF CB,  well, rusted body. Canopy, new Furuno Sounder, dinghy comp; for  radiais. $650 negotiable. 885- charter. $16,000firm. 883-2246.  7106. I37cn 37w  1974 Harley 74' hard-tail. Wide  glide. $5500 or trade for 16-19fl.  boat or motorhome. 686-2358.  ���370)  1965 R.M. 80 $450-1967 CR125  $850-1985 Yamaha 650 $650 -  All in good condition. 685-7453.  38cn  1960 Honda 500 classic $1,800.  666-8885. 38cn  1960 CB 900 F, $1,000 in repairs.  Need new Head gasket. $1,000  O.B.O. 835-9600, Geoff.   38cn  Gibsons: 3 bdrm. apartment, 11/2  baths, nice view. For info call 885-  0126. #39W  Spacious Near New  3 bdrm. 21/2 baths, 5 appl., water  view, Gibsons, $650.1-298-5215.  ���39W  Gibsons: Avail. Immed.  1 bdrm. apt., close to all amenities.  298-5215. H39W  Gibsons: Great Location  3 bdrm., 2 bath, lge. kit., all appl.,  garage plus self-contained 1 bdrm.  suite 298-5215. ��39W  Gibsons -1 bdrm. skylights, fireplace, over looking marina, mountains. $575 - 2 bdrm. small bright  $500 -Arthur 885-9859       39w  Selma Park  Greal view. 4 bedrooms. 21/2  baths, basement. .$90O/mlh  Secret Cove  View, furnished 1 bdrm corido,  fireplace, cool...avail Oct I  long term $550  Gibaona  2 bedroom, vie* townhouse.  Oct 1 $795  CENTURY WEST REALTY LTD  865-2235  Small trailer suitable 1 adult $300 -  885-3313 39*  WANTED: renters who will look  after our sunny, view townhouse  as il it were Iheir own. 3 bdrm, 1  1/2 bath, new carpets and skylights, 4 appl. Avail now. S80QMh,  n/s, refs. 926-0451 37cn  Roberts Crk - new 5 bdrm house  otl Martene Rd on large 1/2 acre  lol. $i.050/mth. Avail Oct 1 886-  9192 39w  Robeits Crk - 3 bdrm lower duplex  $650, inc. heat, 4 appl. 980-2739  39*  Pertect for couple, 2 bdrm, 2 bath  house tor rent in central Gibsons,  large deck and ocean view. aval,  immed. $725/mth. 985-2564 39cn  Large 2 bdrm mobile in park,  Sechell Village, no pets, refs. $650  p/mth plus deposit. Oct. 1, 885-  5762 39*  3 bdrm upper duplex w/view, Davis  Bay. n/s, no pels, $750. 925-  0556. Avail. Nov. 1 39* 16        Coast News, September 14, 1992  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast Now* (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Watertront Madeira Park aiea.  doer 4 bdrm house, oil and wood  reat $675 Avail Oct 3.863-2750  39*  Newish t bdrm house with choice  view and decks Sandy Hook  Avail Oct I, $575 p/mth Phone  685-1924 39w  Garden Bay. spacious 2 bdrm  house Phone Bob 734-9779 39*  $400 lurnished watertront Hallmoon, suit mature single or couple  1-574-7024 38w  Hallmoon Bay waleilront luxurious  contemporary home, 3 bdrm, 3  bath, hot tub, mostly lurnished  Rental to June. $i *0Omtn Prater  prolessional or retired couple 866-  4862 38*  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  3nti$h Columbia legislation pro  hibits advertising winch discrim  mates m the rental ol p'upeny  For example a peison who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condilion oi rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status  and Ihe Human Rights Acts The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and tne newspaper  which publishes ii would both be  in contravention ol Ihe legislation  and could have a complaint Med  against ihem The Coast News  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads  3 bdrm Fum ocean Iront condominium. All appl.. lireplace. adu't  complex Available 10 months ot  the year $950 p/mo. Call Andre  8664111 3Bcn  Inlet view semi-waterttont lurnished unlurmshed 2 bdrm  D W M 885 44*' 38cn  3 bdrm townhouse School Rd..  lenced yard, pets ok. 4 appliances  $750. 886-7601 or 683-4651.38cn  3 bdrm 2 level home. 30'xi 5 workshop. Madeira Park $650 p/mth  874-0960 38cn  2 bdrm Duple, close to Gibsons  Pia-a 2 appl Laundry hook-ups  Avail Oct ' $650 -rets req 886-  3457 38oi  Granthams Landing. 2 bdrm apt.  new . view, beach access ulils  incl $650imo Avail immed 886-  0192 ts:.  Gibsons watertront. furnished 2  bdrm house. Avail immed.  $l,l507mth. John Smalley 1-926-  6011. Royal Lepage       37on  Upper Gibsons, large 900 sq.ft.,  modern, 1 bdrm apt. with view.  $575/t*rth. 886-0126 39*  Granthams Ldg. Sumy Furnished  2 bdrm waterlront cottage. Oct '���  June 30. $500/mtti and yard maint.  Refs rod. No pets. 886-9048 37w  Gibsons area 2 bdrm 1 1/2 baths.  Large top lloor suite, laundry facilities, avail. Sept 15. $550 p/mth  922-1880 38*  2 bdrm trailer Cedars Trailer Court.  695-3313 38*  Sunny ocean-front ste. 2 level, 1  bdrm, balcony, skylight, Gibsons  area, $550 686-2596        36*  3 bdrm Rancher West Sechelt,  near school, store, $800, rets. 294-  2190 36*  Sechelt - new 3 bdrm house with  ensuite, large deck with view, 4  appl., pan basement, refs. n/s,  $775.885-7951,274-2840 36*  Hut! Watertront. 1 bdrm s/c suite.  Oct. 1 $550 plus 1/2 util. 886-2056  019804696. 38*  1 bdrm house - Roberts Creak.  Sunny secluded, $450. Phone  866-7763. 38cn  Oct I, 2 bdrm home with 3rd  bdrm/showe'. accessible Irom private entrance on Lower level  View Rets $650. Close to lerry.  866-6206 Use. 837w  21/2 bdrm home. Sechelt $700  p/month Rels required 885-3224  Avail Sept 15. ��37cn  Cozy 2 bdrm, lumished W/F home.  Sechelt. Sepi-June. $700/mo 865-  9246 1-929-1729. a37cn  Spacious new 3 bdrm townhouse  in Gibsons, close to amenities  Sundeck, carport, skylight. 5 appliances, relerences, no pets. Available now. Call l-2304099.��37cn  Lower Gibsons. 3 bdrm house, 2  up. 1 down, 3 appliances. Ig. sundeck. beautilul view, Ig fireplace  up. woodstove down, $575/mo. No  pets. rels. please. Avail Sept. 30.  Replies to: Box 384. c/o Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons. BC. VON  1V0. ��37cn  Gibsons, 3 bdrm lownhouse, 11/2  baths. 4 appl. $825/mo. Avail,  immed. 886-9050. ��37cn  Near new townhome. 1425 sq. It, 4  appl. 1 1/2 balh. basement, carport, covered sundeck. close to  schools and shopping. 686-4660.  TFN  Fully furnished view condo, Jolly  Roger Inn. Secrel Cove. 5 appis,  fireplace, avail Sept. 15 or Oct. 1  to June 30. Ideal for couple or angle. $575/mon!h plus utils. 685-  8831. ��37cn  Secret Cove. 3 bdrms, 2 baths, 5  appis, fireplace, large deck, satellite TV, no pets. Ref s reqd. Avail  Sept. 15. $750/month. Phone 885-  5394. I37cn  Year round rental avail. Oct. 1. 3  bdrm,2baths.FP,WD,$800/mth.  Open house Sept. 13, 2-4pm,  7034 Porpoise Dr. Phone 876-  5373. 37w  611 Gower Pt Rd. 2 bdrm. bsmt.  ste.. pn em . yd. carport, idry  lac. $550. utils Lease Conlact  tenants anytime to view, side  entrance door, no dogs. s39cn  Mam lloor ol nouse, one bedroom  down, three up. Oct V 852 Irak*  Place. Gibsons. $975 686-3028.  ���38W  Condo in Jolly Roger, large 2  bdrm.. furnished, view overlooking  marina, monthly rental Call 688-  1515. M7W  View Iwn. house, central Gibsons.  3 bdrms., 2 1/2 baths. FP, 5 appl..  $800/mo 866-3330 adult oriented  complex TFN  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD will support yout  Resrderwal. Commercial or Industrial investment Pebbles provides  a lull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE Call Pebbles at 886-8107 lor details. - 1  bdrm, lurnished. Hopkins.  $500/mth.TFN  SHARED ACCOMMODATION IN  MY HOME N/S ��� NO PETS ���  FEMALE PREFERRED *  $3507110. NORTH RD. GIBSONS  196-1095  TFNs  4 bdrm waterfront home on 8  acres. Silver Sands, Madeira Park.  Fully lumished. hot tub. moorage,  $ 1250 mo . avail, immed. 926-  6233 Benita. 837W  2 bdrm. mobile. 1/2 acre. 5 appis.  Welcome Woods area. $675/mo.  avail immed 732-9247   MTW  2000-10.000 square tee!, exposure, will buld to sill  New otlice space 800-2400 sq. ft.  Wilson Creek. $8.00 net  Retail space, new Plan. 900-3000  sq.lt. 14.00 net.  Gram Hearty  866-3330  TFN  Non smoking, mature adut lor pad  time kennel dukes. 886-8568.  I39W  32 Commercial  For Rent  AutoPlan 4 Personal  Lines Insurance  Our Gibsons and Sechelt offices  are growing and we require experienced level I, II. and III licancees.  Salary commensurate with experience. Only persons that are currently licensed need apply. II you  have AutoPlan and/or personal  lines exp. pis. contact: Office Mgr.,  Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies Ltd. at 885-2291.       ��39W  Exp.: Gdn/caretkr/Hsk/L.T.C.A.  Will house/boat sit. Call leSve  message at 665-5722 or 886-  3910. After Sept. 7- 1-604-588-  3027. 38cn  Perm./P/T nanny required in  Woodcreek Park. Benefit pkg. for  the tight person, car a must. 886-  3540 or 886-8107. ��39WNo  smoking, mature adult lor part time  kennel duties. 666-8568.   (39W  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair lacilites. 885-  2752 or 685-9663 42cn  Office: Lower Gibsons, light and  heat included $175. 886-2588 or  1-736-4804. 38w  1,500 sq.ft. workshop lor rent. Gibsons area 1-451-1655 evens.  seen  Commercial warehouse space,  new building, Hwy 101, 4 Hough  Rd. Occupancy Sept. 1.885-9719.  TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  Retail or Office Space  For Least  600-1300 sq. tl. S300-S1100 Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons  >Lome. 1-733-9683 or Marie 886-  .7016. TFN  Warehouse/Office space from  15Msq.lt. up. Diane. 885-2772.  88  OFFICE, COMPUTER I  BUSINESS TRAINING  offered through a Canada  Employment sponsored  program. Qualifications  Include:  - U.l. recipient  - typing min. 25 WPM  - previous otlice experience  -grade 12 or equivalent  Proposed start-up is  September 14th, pending  approval ol Gov't lunding.  Inlormation session at  636 Farnham Rd.,(behind  Gibsons Medical Centre)  at 2:00pm TUESOAV  SEPT. 8. No appointment  necessary. 886-0099  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Drivers are needed for  the Sechell area to  transport people to  medical appointments  locally A to  Vancouver. Expenses  reimbursed.  Volunteers needed to  be trained as group  leaders lor aMhritis  soil-management  support groups. Sept.  25,26 & 27.92.  The Storytelling  Festival still has lots  Ol exciting volunteer  positions. Call today  to gel involved wilh  this fun event. Special  volunteer recognition  event Sept. 18th.  A parent/child activity  program has openings  for volunteer  assistants. 2-4 hr.  shifts, in Gibsons,  Davis Bay or Sechelt.  Excellent job  experience.  Tour guides &  receptionists are  needed for a heritage  museum in Gibsons.  Four hour shifts  weekdays. All training  will be provided.  For these and more  opportunities  conlacl the  Volunteer and  Inlormation Centre  at 885-5881  A service funded by  the Ministry of Social  Services.  Student needed tor mother's  helper, 2-3 afternoons per week.  Rbts. Ck area 865-3707836W  On call banquet servers needed  tor the new Gibsons Yacht club.  Must be over 19 years of age. 437  Gower Pt. Rd lor applications.  Dancing Bear Early Childhood  Centre requires atternoon part  lime worker Send resume to Box  55, Fawn Rd. RR��1, Hallmdon  Bay.BC.VONIYO        I37cn  Full lime Mon-Friday. days,  cashier, sandwich maker. Call  985-2616 aak (or Theresa. ��37cn  Assemble light products Irom  home Easy work - Excellenl pay1  We provide details - 24 hrs. (604)  623-2380 Ext. iA74.      83701  Pro-Fund Distributors Ltd. has  immediate openings lor experienced Mutual Funds Sales Agents.  Good commission. Contact Carol  Oppelt at 865-1926 or send  resume to Box 5, Murray's Site,  Hallmoon Bay, BC VON 1X0.839W  BCYCNA  BRITISH  C0LUM6IA  AND YUKON  COaaaHJNlTY  NewsMrens OH C\  ASSOCIATION C.   I  \J  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 THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  for 25  words  $195  $3.70.achaddkionalwo-d  AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt from $995. 5  year 100,000 kms warranty.  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C. for 27 years Phone 7  deys,6a.m.-8p.m. (604)872-  0641. Toll-free Mon Fri 1-  600-663-2521.   GOVERNMENT SEIZED/  SURPLUS vehicles. U.S. and  Canadian low as $100.  BMW's, Cadillacs, Chevs,  Fords, Mercedes, Porsches,  trucks, vans. AMAZING free  24-hr recording reveals how  (416)631-4666*   CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  Wit bucks. 6 cylinder from  $995,8 cylinder from $1095.  S year, 100,000 Km. Lid. warranty. 7 Days-580-1050, 1-  600-665-3570, 856 5828  evenings.   PUBLICAUTO TRUCK AUCTION every Tuesday 6:30  p.m. and Saturday 12:00  noon. Over 600 cart 4 trucks  every week. Sail your car or  come as a buyer. First lime  customer, this ad worth $50  kl free services. 12742 King  George Highway, Surrey,  B.C. Into: (604)580-0011.  CARFINDERS: Fleet Prices  To Youi Cars and trucks,  teat* or purchase. Why pay  mora whan you're a phone  cal away? Call: 534-7087.  ___mau__m  DOORSI WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MOREI Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW in Vancouver  at (604)266-1101.   _____________\  Compiele turnkey operation  Computerized Embroidery  Business. Bast opportunity  offneBO's. High return. Set  up at home or with other business. Total investment under $50,000. Cal Logo Link  at 1-800-661-9089. See us  at Vancouver Business Opportunity Show Sept. 19-20,  UK,   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Established Tire, Radiator  and Muffler operation on busy  Alaska Highway. 5500  Square Feet work area.  Health forcessale. (604)774-  6372 or (604)774-2800.  Voice Mail Success System s.  Ground floor. Easy turnkey  operation. Residual income.  Instant cashflow. Financing  available. Investments starting from $6,000. Cal 1-878-  6378 Tol Free' meaaaqa.  Mai Order MlUonalra. It Is  easier than you think. For  tree Into send S.A.S.E. lo B.J.  Enterprises, P.O. Box 591,  Salmon Arm, B.C. V1E4N7.  ���ruste-Etet-iBwoNALe  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  Collage Roommates - Karon,  Wendy and Lisa have exciting Personal Photos of them -  serves tor salt. For discreet  info writ, to: Spice, Box 6 70  GB, Kelowna, B.C. VTY7P4.  Adults only please.   EDUCATION  Out of work? Train lo be an  Apartment/Condominium  Manager. Government licensed, corraspondanca  course will qualify you lor  employment. For details:  (604)681 -5456 or 1 -600-665-  8339.   EARN EXTRA MONEYI  Learn Income Tax Preparation or Basic BoolOteeping by  correspondence. For Iras  brochures, no obligation, contact UsRTax Services, 205-  1345 Pembina Hwy., Winnipeg, MB R3T2B61 -800-665-  5144. Also enquire about  exclusive franchise territories  now available.  EMPLOYMEUT  Qf*PC4*lTU*a**f*��S  Wearesaraaklrvgaxberlenoed  Mutfaer/Brakeinstalarwhowll  develop long term customer  relationships resulting In repeat sales. Top wages and  benefits. For personal inler-  vlew call Jamas (604)392-  2856 Williams Lake, B.C.  FMANCE  Government Grants 5 Loans.  Billons of dollars are made  available to new and existing  B.C. businesses. The Brad  Book can show you how to  gat your share. Call now I-  600-663-0853.  ATTENTION RETAILERS:  For a complete selection ol  clothing, toys, gifts,  Haltowe an, Christmas items,  etc. at competitive prices with  prepaid shipping, call 1 800-  265-2869 B.K. Wholesalers,  Ontario.   FPU SaVU MISC.  PLASTIC WATER TANKS.  140-1300 IMP. GAL. CALL  COLLECT 1(604)540-9090,  ONE STOP GREENHOUSE  SHOP, B.C. Greenhouse  Builders Ltd., 7425 Hedley  Ave., Burnaby, B.C. V5E2R1  FREE BROCHURE.  Alumlnum/aiass or  AkjfTilnua-aVAea-yiilaSDP.Dou-  bl. walled GREENHOUSES  Solarium, and compf.le fine  of Greenhouse Accessories.  Telephone (604)433-4220,  Fax 433-1285,   HEALTH  CALL NOWI Free Mail Order  Catalogue from vitamin Discount Stores. Please call 1-  800-663-0747 or In Vancouver 321-7000 tor al your Vitamin needs.  HELPWAHTED  Wa read you to sell toys &  gifts for C * M GUIs. NO  INVESTMENT, NO DELIVERIES, no coUecton. Cat  (519)258-7905 or fax  (518)258-0707 for free info.  Imrnsdatopoeiltona available  in Banff and Jasper with quality reacirtpropaftles. Subal-  dla*edakaj*leaoDCa*nr*todatloras  areavalaUs. Contact: Alison  a*Maa*4Wor*h, CHARLTON RESORTS, P.O. Box 1418, Jasper, Alberta. TOE IEO. TELEPHONE: (403)652-5644  Saturday thru Wednesday  8:30 a.m. to 3*30 __,  HELPWANTEO  ACCOUNTANT. Hands-on  accountant required for busy  newspaper association office.  Should be a senior student or  recent CGA/RIA/CA graduate with good knowledge ol  ACCPAC/Lotus 123. Some  supervisory experience and  good interpersonal skills essential. Competitive salary,  benefits and pleasant working conditions make this posi  Hon an excellent opportunity.  Please forward resume lo:  Bob Grainger, Executive Di-  rector, B.C.Y.C.N.A., 414-  1033 Davie Street, Vancouver. B.C. V6EIM7,  Experienced Reponer/Pho-  tographer wanted for award-  winning community newspaper in Smlthers. The position  involves writing and photography lor general news and  feature stories (not sports).  Car and camera essential.  Full benefit package. Apply  Editor, Box 2560 Smlthers,  B.C. VOJ 2NO.  Recreation Coordinator full-  time. Salary par H.S.A. contract Qualifications: Recreational Program Degree or Diploma. Conlact C. Nicholson,  Burns Lake Hospital 1-692-  3181, Fax 1-692-3633.  IN YOUR POCKET. Thars  where the profits go when  you're a Ma Chens Distributor. Earn 45% profit from our  exclusive Ine ol lingerie and  leisure wear. If you're ready  to put a few extra dollars in  your pocket, we're ready to  ox* to you at 1-800-661-3305.  NATIONAL FOOD COM-  PANYDEALER.1.Excellant  Part-time Incoma/��2,SOO-  84,000 per month 2. Established Market 3. Mnlmum  Overhead 4. Mnlmum In-  wa-ma*aM&l>ratfuctt.***jal-  Hy Unconditionally Guaranteed 6. Ideal for Hard  Working, Personable Individuals with the Desire to  Achieve. Prime Choice  Poods Ltd. Contact: Mike  MMon or John McCarthy  _______  HELPWANTEO  LITTLE OPTIONS. Canadian children's wear manufacturer raqulrea home  party representatives. Enjoy selling, a high quality  product with a unique concept backed by 100% guar*  antae. 1-380-0873.  NOTICES  ANYONE KNOWING THE  WHEREABOUTS OF MARK  GOODRIDGE is requested  to contact Johnston & Com-  Smy, 4717 Marine, Powell  ver.B.C. VSA 2L2 ragard-  Inq an estate matter,   FABRIC CLUB. Wholesale  prices 50% below retail. Dozens ol monthly specials e.g.  100% Cotton Sheeting $3.,  Quilting Cottons V.I.P. ate.  $5. and much more. Sand $5.  tor membership card and Information lo: P.H.Q. Fabrics,  Box 6034, Williams Lake, B.C.  V2G 3W2,   REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  lor unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1,   THOMPSON RIVER ESTATES. Valley View Iota. 3/4  S1 acre k)ts-5��10acre Iota.  I only - 5 acre lot on the  Thompson River 30 mln. west  of Kamloops on the TCHSt.  Call Collect (604)373-2262.  $81,900 Two, Ihree bedroom  modern bungalows. Full  basements. Ideal for seniors.  Beautiful Logan Lake, B.C.  (604)523-6924 collect  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer lor  24 yaara. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  fees available. Injured In B.C.  only.   ���LAtSKETCLaWOnU)  ADS  An Advertising-Best Buy"l  EafaE  PHOTOGRAPHY  LAB  Am  Custom Enl.rg.rn.nt.:  Colour. Black A While  Quality Reproduction.:  Old Prints, Negatives  Batty Demarc.  886-4586  (R.. ) S86-46SS  Box 19?>4.  ?H7 Cower PI tad,  Gibsons, HC VON 1VU  Fully experienced, semi-retired  equipment operator. Must have  refs. Reply Box 365, c/o Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON  1V0. I39W  Waitress/waiter, must have experience. P.T. short order cook. Apply  in person 9am-l 1am or drop off  resume at Wakefield Inn Pub 39*  P.T. Deckhand, M-F Sailing experience an asset 885-7345    39*  Full-time bartender at Peninsula  Motor Inn. 886-8766 or 686-7312  37w  Honest, reliable labour tor landscape business. Please phone  665-3678. #37cn  Babysitter required lor six year old  girl, lull lime/shiti work, references  required. Anyone interested please  phone Kim at 686-2507 lor an  interview. ��36W  VACANT POSITION  OFFICE  ASSISTANT 2  COAST GARIBALDI  HEALTH UNIT ���  GIBSONS  13.06 -14.91 /HOUR  This position provides  reception and  administrative support  to health -Unit  programs. Duties  include, basic  accounting,  wordprocessing,  typing, filing, mail, and  computer data entry.  Qualifications: Grade  12 preferably with  completion of  recognized business or  secretarial course.  Typing 50 wpm, ability  to transcribe trom  dictaphone, proficient  in WordPerfect 5.1 and  Lotus 1-2-3. Minimum 1  year clerical  experience.  Applications can be  mailed to M.  Wiekenkamp, Coast  Garibaldi health Unit,  Box 76, Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1KO or sent by  FAX to 886-2250.  CLOSING DATE:  12:00 NOON,  SEPT.18,1992.  Call Sue lor your complete riome  cleaning needs 865-4165.   37*  HOUSE FRAHNG/  RENOVATIONS  by hr or contract, all work guaranteed Rels avail. Lie carpenter  BCTO 2451-CA-77 - 20 yrs experience 886-0315 or 24-hr cell 1-  351-0399 41cn  LAWN t GARDEN  Lawn mowing, weeding, hedge  Inmming, pruning, spraying, general cleanup Call Jan 666-0180.  B36W  PROFESSIONAL PAINTING  Residential, Commercial, Industrial, 12 yrs. experience, solid rels.  Greg 883-9625. 37w  CULTURED MARBLE C.S.A.  approved, compiele balhroom renovations, 15 yrs experience, call  Tom Sealy 863-2978.    t37cn  Light moving and hauling, yard  and basement clean-ups Norm  686-9503 37*  Reliable man available lor  casuaJ/PT work Property mainlenance or whalevet Hob 6863822  relerences 37w  Sabarry Services  Carpet i Upholstery cleaning,  mattress cleaning, grass cutting,  weed whacking, gutters cleaned,  window washing. Call Richard  Seberry 665-9699. B37cn  Construction Co. Requires Work  ��� Form ��� Frame ��� Finish ��� Commercial - Residential Hourly or contract 885-3574. 837W  Man with I ton Iruck will oo moving  or hauling orvor to mainland and  trom Coast - Iree estimates Pal  885-2870 MOW  Rubbish removal, yard cleanup,  light moves, odd jobs, last and reliable. Greg. 865-9694.     841*  Painting pro, 21 years asp. commercial and residential, tree  estimates SK-367S      837w  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery d  POWERFUL muCK-MOUNTED  EQUIPMENT  SStPOSSIEtERESULIS  JU5THSXIW0UNP  A DIVISIONOFKEN*0EVRIES  SSONFLCORCOVERINOS  Pat's 1 Ton Truck Service  Will do rubbish removal, tree  removal, demolition, hauling, 7-day  service, free estimales. 665-2870.  840W  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, Iree eslimates,  Relerences available. 886-3463  TFNs  VISIONS PAINTING 1 REFINISH-  ING SERVICES - Interior, Exterior,  Commercial, Residential. Rob,  839W  $200-8500 WEEKLY Assemble  products at home. Easy! No selling. You're paid direct. Fully guaranteed. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-  2985 Copyright 8BC104DH.845cn  Experienced salesperson. Part  time. Send resume to Box N, c/o  Box 66, Coast News, Sechelt, BC.  V0N3A0. ��37w  a WALI-PAPERING  PRESSURE WASHING  Quality Worttmenshlp  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish removal,  yard mainlenance, rototilling, odd  jobs. 685-3917. TFNs  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls -Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  S0o*o330  TFN  Carpentry, renovations, additions.  By hour or contract. Call 886-3107.  138*  Responsible, reliable labourer  available lor all sons ol odd jobs,  reasonable rates. 886-3620.TFNs  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions ��� Decks ��� Finishing ���  Painting > Drywall ��� .Wallpaper  486-3792 Stefan Perry   40cn  Reliable, responsible, housekeeper available. Phone Sue. 886-  3449. 837cn  RENEW INTERIOR  "DESIGN"  Painting ��� Wallpaporlng  Colour Coordinating  Free Estimates  (on painting)  885-5469  KAYN0R  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded $ reliable. 884-5324 or  886-2328. TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 865-2109.  TFN  37 Child C.ire  t-rss, no ooiigation retirement  planning consultation, RRSP's,  RRIF's, cash Investments, children's accounts. Contact Carol  Oppelt, Pro-fund Distributors Ltd.  20 Yrs exp. 885-1926 or 732-3249  40*  GIVE YOURSELF A BREAK  For last, efficient and thorough  bouse cleaning, with lots of experience. Usha 886-2750.     839W  THE PAINTER  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  888-2750  Care giving babysitter willing to  babysit F/T ot P/T near Cedar  Grove school. References available. 8860900 39*  Mother of 1 will babysit Mon-Fri.  Reasonable rates, CPR level D.  885-3720 39*  Mom w/rets. would like to daycare  your litlleones, babies welcome.  866-4894 a��  Sitter needed before and after  school lor 9 yr old, near Qlbsons  Elem. 886-3229, lv. mess. 36*  Jack and Jill Preschool has opening tor 3 and 4 year olds. To register call 886-2526. 38cn  Caring, N/S sitter lor 18 mo. girl,  approx. 5-9:30 pm in my Bonniebrook home. BB6-2SB7.838W  Require babysitter lor occasional  days and eves, for 18 mo. old  twins. 666-0414. 36cn  Care giver needed, start Sept. 21.  Two children 5 and 6. My home.  Hopkins, Mon. to Friday, 11-5 pm.  839W   I esHWarf law Nlsr I   ___*��� 37*  1i2cl1V.r*  _t_*  ���Any Job  . owe call not* itall  -886-4788  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out of  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service.  Fully insured. Commercial I residential. References available.  FRED 886-3526. TFN  Concrete - Specializing In driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 8866095        TFNs  Housekeeper by the hour. 886-,  7484. 839W  ��� flMMHU  TOUKKOP  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  IDH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening I Repairs  to att cutting toots Including  Mower Bladee 1 Chainsaw.  ��� Jaaile Harrea  _______t___\q  Handyman: painting.carpentry,  stone mason, general repairs. 885-  9235, Jos 39w  Sundae vinyl sundeck, boatdeck  coverings, 5 yr. guarantee. Free  i. Joe, 865-9235    39w  Rone Roofing  Reliable and efficient. Free estimates. 885-5186. 38*  CIFTrss Service  Tree Topping, limbing, falling,  complete clean-up, Chris Fawkes,  865-5697, fully insured. Free est-  msles. 38*  Experienced carpenter, 15 years  experience, firm rates. Free estimates, no job too small or too  large. Bruce 885-9576.     #39W  Rubber-tired line log loader and  operator looking lor work, 25 yrs.  exp. 886-3360. 839W  House cleaning and ysrd woik,  relisble, rats, avail. 666-7041 or  866-8010. 38*  Reliable house-keeper, own car,  relerences $12/hr. Cal ShaHy 886-  0*00. ��*0W  Experienced babysitter willing lo  babysit F/T or P/T near Cedar  Grove, relerences available. 886-  7342. 837cn  FUNSHNE DAYCARE  Certified preschool teacher operating a licenced group daycare fatality which offers an enriched lull day  program that focuses on learning  through play. For children aged 2  1/2 to 5. Full and hall day care  available. 686-3377.     840W  Molly Mouse Daycare. Spaces  avail. 16 months to school age.  Fun-Hied, caring environment with  early childhood trained staff. 686-  3913. #2*  'NEED BUSINESS ADVICE?'Call  Duncan Fraser, 865-0887, Business r-jarsultant. afjen  For Sale/Lease new industrial  bulking 37X sq.ft. 3 bays /1800  so, ft. upper storage space, office  rental potential, $24,000 per year.  Barry 8866204. as  Senior Hall Sechelt. Well maintained Bldg. zoned for multiple  use. Further details 885-5693.  37w Coasl News, September 14, 1992        17  ephemera  5YEARSACO  During Ihe afternoon of Sept.  6, the fishing vessel Terry &  Gail pulled a helicopter up from  approximately .100 metres of  waler in Jervis Inlet al Ihe  mouth of Vanguard Bay.  The Bell Jet Ranger helicopter had crashed several yeais  ago due to a power loss. The  pilot had managed to climb out  unharmed and was rescued by a  passing boat.  An attempt by Area A Director Gordon Wilson lo curtail  dining expenses incurred by  regional directors was defeated  at last Thursday's regional  board meeiing when only  municipal representatives Peterson and Kolibas supported his  motion.  The honourable John Savage,  Syd Heal, president of the Sun  shine Coast Aquaculture Association and Sechell Mayor Bud  Koch enjoyed themselves at an  opening banquet of the 4th  annual Sunshine Coast International Aquaculture Conference  and Trade Show.  10 YEARS AGO  For Ihe second time this year  ferry service to the Sunshine  Coast is threatened wilh major  cuts.  The Village of Gibsons is  being sued for $55,000 as the  result of an accident in April in  the harbour when an aircraft  belonging to Tyee Airways  struck an unmarked breakwater  which was under construction  and not visible al high tide. The  aircraft sank bul was later  recovered.  15 YEARS AGO  Charles Lee heads a deputa  tion called Citizens Against the  Rape of the Environment  (CARE).  The deputation attended a  Sechelt council meeting to challenge the lease of one and one  half acres of land al Wilson  Creek lo Ihe Aero Club. On  behalf of CARE Lee contended  that low-flying aircraft are a  public nuisance and before a  lease agreement was signed, a  stipulation should be included  lo prevent planes from flying  under the regulation height.  25 YEARS A(i<)  Work on the building of a  new administration facility for  the school board has been  delayed pending discussions  with the regional board about a  building lo be used jointly.  Frank Fuller lakes on the job  of Adull Education Director for  School District 46.  35 YEARS AGO  Miss AG. Jervic and Miss  M. Mclnlyre of Madeira Park  got a surprise while Ashing in  Bargain Harbour.  They hooked onto whal they  thought was an unusually large  octopus. After half an hour they  brought up .in eight foot octopus  to the surface, then cul Iheir line  and lefl Ihe area.  45 YEARS AGO  Pender Aquatic Club holds a  very successful regatta.  Gulf Lines Ltd. announces  an improved service for Gibsons. There will be two sailings  northbound from Vancouver  and two sailings southbound  from Gibsons.  School District No. #46  (Sunshine Coast)  HOME SCHOOLING  Under the School Act, parents must register their  children with a school in their local school district, a  regional correspondence school or an independent  school. Registration is compulsory for all home-schooled  children aged seven to 16. Please contact your  neighbourhood school immediately to register your child  if you have not done so already.  SECRET COVE ��� BRITISH COLUMBIA  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday, Sept 15,1992 7:00pm  Choices...Anyone Can Sing  Edwin Coppard is Ihe founder of the Vancouver World Choir and  he joins host Cathryn Fuller for a discussion on Ihe value of singing.  7:30pm  Parliamentary Talkback  As the broadcasting students return to school after a summer off so  does our "Live" programming. This is Ihe programme thai allows  viewers lo talk to Iheir elected government representatives. Invited  guests include M.P. Ray Skelly and M.L.A. Gordon Wilson. Stan  Dixon is the host.  8:45pm  Gibsons Beautiflcation Project  The fall fair committee has asked the businesses that line the highway to improve the look of the town by landscaping their frontages.  9:00pm  Three Square Miles...The End of the Old Growth Forest?  Join Paul Jones for a tour of Ihe Caren Range.  Wednesday, Sept 16,1992 7:00pm  Coast Checkup  Suzanne Wilson takes alook al three events that happened on the  coast Ihis month. The Writers Festival, Roberts Creek Daze and Ihe  Save The Strait Marathon are all highlighted in this half hour show.  7:30pm  Beekeeping #2...Spring Management  8:30pm  The Sechelt Indian Band Hatchery  9:00pm  Stones, Bones & Butter Churns  Producer Laurel Suko takes us for a look at tools from the past.  Thursday, Sepl 17,1992 7:00pm  _  Beekeeping on The Coasl. #1 The Harvest  8:15pm  The Blue Pulees  This documentary from the War Amps of Canada chronicles the  exploits of Ihe very famous Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the  First World War.  Double 'S' Cedar Homes  Prefabricated post & beam homes  standard or custom designed  send $4 for our catalogue  Double S' Prefab Homes (1979) Ltd.  14771-64 Ave. Surrey, B.C., V3S 1X6  604 594-1777  Residential ��� Vacation - Commercial  SPCA NEWS  This is one of two male, black  dogs waiting al the SPCA to  be claimed by responsible  owners. Phone 885-4771.  Coast News  Classifieds  Notice Ii hereby given that on the ���  26th day of Sepl. 1992 at t pm to  3 pm a sale Is to take place for the  purpose ol satislying a Warehouseman's Lien on the contents  of storage unit number M localed  at 5584 Sunshine Coast Hwy.,  Sechelt. BC. The terms of sale are  cash or certified cheque. The  names of the tenants are Mr and  Mrs Avery. The goods to be sold  are described as household, seen  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  SPECIALIZED  MOVING  SERVICES  ��� Custom packing  & crating  ��� Specialists in moving: PIANOS, ORGANS,  OFFICE EQUIPMENT, etc.  LEI WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS   ^SffoSBST   886-2664  12x48' c/w fridge, stove, d/w plus  40 gal. hoi water tank. $12,500 ���  883-9397 37w  ANNOUNCEMENT  Len Lavender, District Supervisor in  Sechelt for Centra Gas, is pleased to  announce that Kim Wentland has  joined the staff at the local office.  OPEN  Monday - Friday  8:00 am ��� 12:00 noon & 1:00 pm ��� 4:30 pm  Call us or drop by! We'll tell you  how you can save up to 30% on  energy bills when you convert to  safe, clean, cost-efficient and  environmentally-friendly  natural gas.  >/  Centra Gas  5653 WHARF ROAD ��� SECHELT ��� 885-6117  Trades People ��� Retailers  Let everyone on the coast know about the  products and services you have which can  make the job easy and get it done right.  BOOK YOUR SPACE NOW  in the Coast News Weekender  Fall Home Improvement and  Home Show Supplement  delivered Thursday, October 1st  to every address on the Sunshine Coast  SPACE IS LIMITED...  ...SO CALL US TODAY!  Denise or Jean  885-3930  Bill or Simone  886-2622 18        Coast News, September 14, 1992  Pot cultivation draws court conviction  by Jane Seyd  She was a green thumb with  a talent for cultivating her garden  Bul while her horilicultural  abilities were discussed at  length in a provincial court trial  Tuesday. Patricia Irwin's choice  of perennial was found lacking  by Judge Shirley Giroday.  Irwin, a Gibsons resident, was  found guilty of cultivating marijuana, but was acquitted of the  more serious charge of trafficking.  Ihe charges stemmed from a  police seizure of 48 mature marijuana plants and 56 smaller  clone plants from Irwin's home  in lebruary, after (iibsons Cst.  Mark Wickson noticed a distinctive smell coming from tlte  house several times as he  walked by on his way to work.  Three bags of marijuana buds.  totalling approximately SO  grams (or 3 o*), and growing  equipment from Iwo rooms in  Ihe house, including lights,  humidifiers, fans, "root stimulator", and thermostats were also  seized by (iibsons RCMP  Discussion of Irwin's botanical laleuls including explanations of various stages of plant  growth and hours of light  required at different times in the  process was also raised during  Ihe trial.  Bul while federal Crown  counsel Michael Welsh pointed  lo a digital scale and detailed  weight conversion charts as evidence of trafficking, Irwin told  ihe court, "It wan purely foe my  personal use I was hoping not  to have lo buy any loi a very  long lime "  Judge (iiroday said lhal  although the amounl of marijuana seized was "somewhat larg  er, one would think, than  required for personal use," Ihere  was reasonable doubt that Irwin  had been trafficking Irwin will  be sentenced for cultivating a  narcotic Ocl. 6.  Re-Roofing?  The danger signs of a weather worn roof:  ��� Dried-out and curled shingles  ��� Leaks around the chimney  ��� Moisture swollen shingles  ��� Cracked and missing shingles  #    L 883-9551  ��_���aaaS Alter Hours  j___t__t    Fraser Murphy BH3-976*  Installert of TAMKO Fibreglass Shingles  Van Toll Free 669-2604  FREE ESTIMATES  ft  ig XJhank QJou *xJo  Adventure I iKtnmts, /4itn-l��tin I lottsfc. ftinJt  tif MimfrrakirMts, BtiWizs S/��n\ ftirrSira  Kradshau; ti Brenton Candy Store.  QMMav'l GjK, (lark Agency, Coast  Impressum, Cafe's. Howe Sound  Pulp.larryHolding,IDA Pharmacy,Harry  lohnstm, labalts Breuvries, Marlte fashtims,  Morgan)i Aim's IVmr,  Mylore Nursery, Num /nivl/fry,  P/urrriaistftv-iiilNi'is, PfiairrrUNiiv-  Sechell, QMtty 'arms, Sechell  Hardware, Shop lau, Sills cV lace,  Soulh Civisl lord. Slewing Stones,  Sufershape, Super Valu, Mewind Brnks,  Izoonie House, Upstatr* DmmWk  IVmi/uvrtfts, MMnv World.  NEWS TIPS...885-3930  Elphie student  wins scholarships  Elphinstone Secondary  School student Sarah Puchalski.  graduate of 1992, has been  awarded a Governor General's  medal for academic excellence.  This medal was awarded in  recognition of Sarah's straight A  final grades during her grade 12  year.  Earlier in the year, Sarah look  the American High School  Mathematics Exam, an exam  which is taken by Ihe lop mathematics students in 3J countries.  She placed in the lop four per  cent of those students.  As a result of Ihis achievement. Sarah was also given a  President's Entrance Scholarship lo Simon Fraser University,  which she is now attending. She  also received a Provincial Scholarship for her results on the  provincial scholarship exams.  Other Elphinstone Secondary  Sarah Puchaski  students who received Provincial Scholarships Ihis year were  Sonja Karlson and Jennifer Harrison.  Vocational training  applications accepted  The Suncoast Vocational Training Program is taking applications  for Ihe fall session, which begins with an orientation session Sept. 8.  The program is funded by Canada Employment and is co-ordinated by the Sunshine Coast Employment Development Society.  This training opportunity is for unemployed individuals who are  looking for career direction and want to obtain new job search skills.  Trainees will learn how to prepare a resume using a computer,  receive personal counselling, upgrade math and English skills and  gain valuable work experience while searching for employment.  For more information, visit the Training Centre, which is located  on the second floor at 5674 Teredo Street in Sechelt, or call 885-  2308 to arrange for an appointment.  Classes begin Sept. 14.  Elphinstone  Secondary  ���News���  School open, fo alight intratm in enrollment  School opened on Sept. 8th with 634 students, a moderate increase  from last year's enrollment.  East Student Fee       -        $5.00  Locks - 4.00  The student fee mainly covers the costs of providing each student with  an Agenda booklet lor the year. The remaining funds go fo the  student council for student activities.  In addition, some elective courses charge for materials taken home or  consumed by students, eg photography, art, sewing, foods, woodwork.  Meeting.:        Parents Advisory Council (PAC)  Sept 21    7:30 pm   Room 108  All parents are encouraged to attend.  Band Parents  Sept. 15   7:30 pm   Band Room  Topic:   Trips and Fund-raising  CaitWa*olulolio-tt:   Grad of '92, Sarah Puchalski, has been awarded Ihe  Governor General's medal for academic excellence.  Hoeyoung Kim, a grade 11 student, scored 98% on  the Grade 12 provincial exam in mathematics.  Grad of '92, Michelle Pedersen, has been awarded a  District Scholarship for photography.  Adam Fiedler, a grade 11 student, mode the under  16 provincial basketball feam. As a representative of the  province, he went to Las Vegas lo compete against other  across North America.  YES WE HAVE  NEWSPRINT ROLL ENDS  Various sizes for$5 and $10 at our  Gibsons and Sechelt offices.  m  DERfl  m__^__$,  ��J&  %STP^  Introducing the only nylon carpet  with lifetime stain protection.  Lees for Life1" Carpets have a built-in advantage.  Because they're the only nylon carpets with permanent,  built-in stain protection warranted to last the carpet's lifetime.  And some Lees for Life'" styles are Lasting Color1" carpets  with warranted, permanent fade resistance to sunlight.  So come in today, and see how the beauty of Lees for Life1" Carpets  will live on in your home.  LEESibrUfe  Made Better by Burlington  tees for Life'" and Lasting Color��� are trademarks of Lees Carpels.  BUY MOW-PAY LATER  I  down payment  interest  payments until '93 (OAC)  This offer is for a  COME IN NOW!   M^l^, limited time only  HOURS:  9-5 MONDAY-  SATURDAY  MAKING HOMES BEAUTIFUL FOR 35 YEARS  709 HWY. 101. GIBSONS ��� 886-7112


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