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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria. B.C. V8V 1X4  C OAST ^ NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  September 21,1992 Volume 46 Issue 38  Sechelt band pioneers salmon project  by Jane Seyd  While commercial fishing boats  jammed Vancouver Harbour last week  to protest what Ihey said was government mismanagement of native fisheries, out al Maclean Bay native students of a new training program on the  Sunshine Coast were learning techniques to make sure similar problems  won't happen here in the future.  Developed by Capilano College  working closely with the Sechelt Indian  Band, the 35-week fisheries management course for natives is specifically  designed lo prepare band members to  work with co-management strategies  the Sechelt have proposed to run in  their traditional territories.  "Essentially fisheries are understaffed, and First Nations are showing  Natives, college, DFO to cooperate on enhancement  an interest in the resource," says Dave  Bales, co-ordinator of fisheries programs for Capilano College. "It's  inevitable the co-management process  is going to happen."  Currently the Sechell have a proposal before the Department of Fisheries  and Oceans which would allow Ihe  band lo conduct salmon enhancement  projects in their traditional waters up  Sechelt and Jervis inlets. Later, when  the enhancement is established, the  band would apply to sell the surplus  salmon in a special native fishery.  Early on, says Chief Tom Paul, the  band recognised the importance of an  educational component: "We wanted lo  make sure we had people who were  fully trained and skilled."  That's where the fisheries training  course - which started in Aueusi and  will continue through nexl spring -  comes in.  Taught hy Bate's, the training  includes habitat assessment and rehabilitation, techniques in studying bolh  adult and juvenile salmon populations  and fish culture. Students work closely  with both the Sechell band's Maclean  Bay hatchery and the Grey Creek facili  ty while field work will be conducted  on lite Tzoonie. Deserted and Vancouver rivers. If possible, preliminary work  may also be conducted on Sakinaw  Lake.  Information collected by the students  will be used not only by Ihe band, but  also by provincial and federal government authorities. Says Bales, "The  biggest benefactor from the whole program will be the resource."  For the first year of the program. 24  students were selected from 50 band  applicants, ranging from high school  graduates to commercial gillnet fisher-  St. Mary's  proclaimed one  of Canada's best  by Jane Seyd  "Small but excellent."  That's the comment Ihis  month from a national magazine  profile of St. Mary's hospital in  Sechell.  Both administrators and staff  at St. Mary's are giving credit to  the community after the 88-bed  hospital was chosen as one of  the 12 besl in Canada, representing the only general acule  care facility in the province  which was profiled by a team  from Chatelaine magazine.  "This recognition is something  the whole community should  take pride in," said hospital  administrator Ted Wright.  Among the credits which  swayed the opinion of medical  professionals and provincial  hospital associations that helped  the magazine to hand out the  honour was St. Mary's receipt  this summer of its seventh  straight "Clean Three" - Ihe  highest level of accreditation  handed out to hospitals. Individual areas of excellence noted by  the magazine included low-risk  obstetrics, psychiatric day care,  a diabetes clinic, pediatric asthma, geriatric and palliative  care.  As the only acute care facility in a relatively remote geographic region, doctors at St.  Mary's tend to see a wider  range of medical concerns than  those wilh 24-hour road access  to the city, and must make sharp  assessments about the hospital's  ability to handle emergency  cases, Wright comments.  turn lo age 3  Pender by-election  lacking contestants  by Jane Seyd  One week after Gordon Wilson announced his resignation  as regional district director for  Area A, Pender Harbour and  Egmont residents with secret  political aspirations are so far  staying low key.  To date, nobody has rushed  to Ihe regional district to claim  nomination papers, says administrator Larry Jardine.  Nominations for director are  open until Oct. 13. If an election  is required, it will be held Oct.  31.  According to alternate director Cy O'Leary, so far everything is quiet in the Area A  political arena, which in the past  has been noted for its volatility  on subjects ranging from Ihe  land-use bylaw to garbage disposal.  "Nobody's come to me  expressing interest," said  O'Leary. He said he has still not  ruled out running for the director's position himself, although  "the chances would be one in  100."  Myrtle Winchester at the  Paper Mill agreed candidates  weren't so far dashing forth to  declare their intentions.  "No matter whal you do,  you're going to annoy half the  people all the time," she said.  "The only thing for sure is  Gordon Wilson isn't going to  run. And even that's not certain."  Roberts Creek Elementary sludenis completed mid officially opened a mountain bike trail behind  Iheir school last week. The project, a contribution to Ihe community hy teacher Barry Krangle's  homeroom class, will be used for leisure, racing, and lo promote bike safely. Joel Johnstone photo  Three receive RCMP commendations for life-saving efforts  L                       mL  ���__..  m  ������__mmm__m^  ^Tl T. -*a^"****HH  -J  "flB  g  ^mWk  HjtJ^  ' ->  v y  _._jl,*m  J���  ___fi      I                J  f  ���r ������  aU  '��j$  LA  m  ��� �� *W  rWIM_V__\  __.  *f  v  **?!*��<*  1  *  ^^ww  ���^--y.'  "     '        ll  I  **l  ��/  1  T  "  1:         w  i  w  / 1  ���  -A  mmmm                    *  ����**�����-.  '                     -a  Staff Sgt. Ed Hill presents awrds of merit to, from left, Dave Tessier, George Murray and Tristan  Mills at Gibsons town hall. Charles Hart photo  Quick action by three (iibsons residents - Tristan Mills,  George Murray and Dave  Tessier - saved Ihe life of nine-  year-old Sean Cyr in January  and they were re- __���^���  warded wilh a special honour Tuesday.  Gibsons RCMP  Staff Sgt. Ed Hill  presented each with  a framed St. John's   Ambulance award of  merit at town hall, recognizing  their part in Cyr's rescue Jan. 17  after the boy fell from a tree fort  and wound up hanging by his  neck from a rope that was dangling from the platform.  Cyr's friend, Tristan Mills, al  first tried lo extricate him and  being unable to do so, ran for  help, Hill said. A friend of Cyr's  mother, George Murray, immediately ran to the unconscious  'An outstanding  example of  community  heroism'  boy's aid, freeing him from the      life.  rope and beginning CPR.  Dave Tessier, a neighboring  resident, heard the commotion  and also ran to help, relieving  Murray in resuscitation efforts   until an ambulance  arrived. Cyr was still  unconscious when  he arrived at Gibsons medical clinic  for treatment and  after being trans-   ferred lo hospital  remained in a coma  for three days, Hill said.  Cyr eventually made a full  recovery, however, and is back  attending school full-time this  fall with no ill effects.  Hill said Mills, Murray and  Tessier provided an outstanding  example of community heroism  and was joined by Mayor Eric  Small and council in commending them for the quick response  which ultimately saved Cyr's  Funding came from a project-based  training program of Employment and  Immigration, with additional funds supplied by the Sechelt Indian Band.  According to Bates, it's the first time  a whole training and field work program has been tailored to specific  native co-management proposals. "To  my knowledge this is the first," he says.  "The writing's on the wall...We should  be working with the native people. Not  against them."  Colin Masson, native fisheries and  co-management co-ordinator for the  DFO's south coast region, says the  Sechelt proposal and training program  are the sort of initiatives there will definitely be more of in the future.  turn to page 2  Arts centre  expansion  set with  municipal  grant  by Stuart Burnside  Rockwood centre may not be  Ihe first Coast cultural centre to  expand towards making the area  a centre of excellence for the  arts, as predicted recently by  Sunshine Coast Community  Futures (SCCF). While Rockwood waits for funding approval from the federal government, the Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre could start phase one of  ils expansion plans in as little as  two weeks, lhanks to a $50,000  grant from the District of  Sechelt.  Councillors agreed at a  council meeiing last week to  provide up to $50,000 to Ihe  arts centre to meet District of  Sechelt development criteria  under Bylaw 30, which would  include Ihings like sidewalks,  gutter and culverts around the  expanded facility.  Maurice Egan, fundraiser for  the $180,000 project, said  expansion on Ihe arts centre  work could now begin in as little as two weeks and be finished  around the new year.  The arts centre needs Ihe  money, according to Egan  because an expected provincial  "GO BC" grant of $80,000 fell  through due to government cutbacks. Other fundraising efforts  have amassed $115,000 for the  project.  "All we're waiting for now  are the building permits," Egan  said.  According to Sechelt administrator Art Lew, the grant to  Ihe arts centre won't cosl  municipal taxpayers any additional taxes, as there is currently  a $400,000 surplus in district  coffers. But it will mean  amending the district's budgei.  "Obviously we didn't plan  for (a $50,000 grant), Lew said.  He also noted the districl owned  the arts centre property.  Expansion to ihe arts centre  will include upgrading two oul  buildings and connecting Ihem  lo Ihe main arts cenlre. The Iwo  buildings will house a music  studio and artist workshop.  Look for our  Storytelling  Festival  In the next  UlattaalrAa+aiaaVP  fiuuncFffwor THE LANDING GENERAL <STQBE  ODDS & BODS  SALE  272 Coier PL Qd. Gibsons landing ��� 886-28181  Law Society gender bias report  advocates legal system overhaul  SECHELT rati & MM  Is offering a 10 session course \\\  Highland Bagpipes and  Pipe Band Drumming  Beginning Sepl. 29  at Roberts Creek School  All ages welcome. 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According to the study,  women face discrimination  throughout Ihe justice system  and laws of Ihe province, which  denies them both sufficient  access lo the courts and protection of the law.  "The gender bias we have  identified not only hurls and  degrades women, bul also  undermines Ihe effectiveness of  and respect for our justice system," said Hughes in a prepared  statement.  The findings are the result of  research, public hearings and  private meetings conducted by a  six-member committee across  the province.  The 1300-page report, Gender  Equality in Ihe Justice System,  makes over 300 recommendations for governmenl, lawyers  and the courts on achieving gender equality. And local women  involved in the court system are  saying Ihe sooner Ihe better.  Among the results of the  study: women often feel overwhelmed and powerless in a system dominated by men and  don't believe in Ihe court dispense fair and impartial justice.  The recommendations of Ihe  sludy stress judicial education  programs and also place emphasis on a judge's responsibility lo  control Ihe atmosphere - including behaviour of lawyers ��� in Ihe  courtroom.  Maureen, a spokesperson for  the Sunshine Coasl women's  transition house, agrees wilh Ihe  study's comments on the court  system as being distinctly user-  unfriendly for women.  For instance, in Ihe Sechelt  courthouse, victims and the  accused are required to sit  together in ihe same wailing  room before Iheir case is called,  she says, and "that's not very  comfortable." A room in which  victims musl stare al the accused  while giving iheir story lo Ihe  judge is also less then ideal, she  comments, and almosl certainly  has an effect on the ^^^^  quality of testimony  given. "Every woman who has lo go  and do lhal is jusl  terrified."  Maureen says a  justice system which  deliberately excludes  emotional conlent  strictly in favour of  facts is also daunling  for mosi women.    "If understanding  and compassion was allowed in  Ihere we might be looking al  something complelely different," she says.  Jeanne Robinson, a single  molher and lawyer specializing  in family law, says the court sys-  lem is slow lo change, partly  because of the long-held attitudes of older male lawyers and  'Women often  feel  overwhelmed  and powerless  in a system  dominated  by men'  judges.  Since coming to the Coasl a  year ago, says Robinson, "I'm in  kind of an enviable position for       a  lol   of female  lawyers," because  most of her lime in  court is spent in  front of a female  judge and there's  good support within  her office.  But she says that  wasn't the case in  other places  she  practised    where  ______   women had iheir  place and didn'l  form part of the "old boys' network."  Says Robinson, "It's going to  lake an awfully long lime lo  change that."All the older  lawyers are men, says Robinson,  while women tend to drop out of  the profession more frequently.  "I think the justice syslem is  designed to accommodate peo  ple who don't have much of a  personal life," she says, particularly those with family responsibilities such as child caie.  Gender bias training for  judges is a good idea, says  Robinson, although she's still  not convinced of it's effectiveness: "How can you change a  60-year old male's altitude to  women through a few courses?"  Maureen says she's more  optimistic about such programs:  "It's hard to believe that you  can't teach an old dog new  tricks."  Among Ihe problems outlined  in the sludy are decisions of  family law in which child support is frequently not adequate  and judges are quick to forgive  arrears and reduce maintenance  payments.  Police response to wife abuse  is also inconsistent, says Ihe  report, and recommends a separate family violence court with  specialized judges.  Women's centre evolving,  seeking ideas from community  by Darah Hansen  There are challenges that only women must  face; ideas that only women have; questions that  only women ask; and solutions lhal only women  uncover. _____  Just what these are is whal plan-  be a small physical space with a safe, friendly  atmosphere, and will probably be centrally located  in Sechelt, with branches extending to areas harder  to get to, said Evans.  _____ She also sees il as a place to pro  vide workshops on women's issues -  ning coordinator for the committee Tbe function oftbe   legal, psychological, economic or  on women's initiatives, Dianne  Evans, wants to know in order to  equip the planned Women's  Resource Centre with the requirements unique to Sunshine Coast  women.  "We want women to tell us whal  they'd like lo see us do. Tell us Ihe  gaps they see," said Evans, adding  that the biggest gap has been the lack  of a centre such as Ihis.    "There has been no focal point for  women," said Evans, "especially in this community  where many women live outside the township and  are quite isolated. It's hard lo find information that  you need. It's hard to meet other women."  The function of the centie is to solve lhal feeling  of separation, to open the avenues of information,  companionship and support.  However, no set plans have been made so far.  All lhat has been determined is that the centre will  centre is to solve  that feeling of  separation, to  open tbe avenues  of information,  companionship  and support  otherwise.  The information, said Evans,  "will give them the opportunity to  think laterally instead of always in a  linear fashion."  This "formulation process" is the  second step in a three-stage project -  Ihe first being 'needs assessment'  and ihe third ils implementation set  lo begin in November.  The $20,000 cost for bolh the  planning stages has been funded by  the provincial Ministry of Women's Equality. Ongoing funding for the working project and for the  two part-time workers il will require, has yet to be  determined, Evans said.  Women are encouraged to phone and express  their ideas for the Resource Centre to Dianne  Evans at the Sechelt Communily Services Society  at 885-5881.  at SUNNYCREST MALL  We've got the looks you want, whether it's casual, something for that business meeting or  a night on the town. If you're the kind of person who doesn't follow the usual fashion  trends, stop in and check out the great new looks we have in store for you.  JOIN US FOR ONE OF  OUR FALL FASHION  SHOWSI  FRIDAY, SEPT. 25th  12:30 pm & 5:30 pm  SATURDAY, SEPT. 26th  1:30 pm  Need help with  your fan wardrobe?  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But all parties aie concerned  that the disappearing salmon  and ill feeling which have characterized the Fraser pilot projects won't be repeated.  "It's going to be difficult to  prevent that without educating  both native and non-native  resource users," says Bates.  "The resource is very susceptible and il doesn't take a lot to  put a dent in it"  One important part of the  transformation in fisheries management will be an openness  with other sectors, including  sport and commeicial fisheries,  says Masson.  One of the unique elements  of the Sechelt position, says  Bates, is they don't have other  We're your  lull .service  financial centre  on the const  >��**  ___  afUfUhffM COOaft  Credit Union  Pender Harbour  883-9531  Sechelt  885-3255  886*121  Hornrm  Tun. toTtum. 1000 am - 5:00pm  Friday 10.00 am -6:00pm  Saturday 10.00 am - 2:00 pm  bands either upstream or downstream with whom they would  have to negotiate treaties.  "We're not on a large river  system where there's different  indian bands and commercial  fishermen all in a common  area," says Paul. "The spin-offs  go back to the community."  Paul says developing regulations for enforcement would  have to be part of any Sechelt  co-management project.  "We're going to make sure  that it's controlled and managed," he says.  Of the controversy surrounding the native fishery on the  Fraser Paul comments, "That  little word called greed has  taken over...they have to make  sure there's fish for the future."  But he adds recent media  coverage of the harbour protest  by commercial fishermen was  also revealing. "The problem is  obvious," he says. "There's too  many fishing boats out there."  NOW OPEN!  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The lure will be a warm trailer, a stereo, a pool table and a  host of programs and functions  . initiated by a committee of  . teenagers speaking for their  i peers.  The Centre, located on Park  Road, is opening in October  after more than two years hard  ' work by parents and citizens  ' anxious to create a positive  social environment for Iheir  kids.  Unlil ils opening there was  really no one place that the  teens could regularly go, said  -���director of the centre Emily  Barber-Gareau.  Running on a tight, primarily  , grant-funded annual budget of  . $15,000, Gareau is hopeful lhat  ��� most of the projects the leens  want to see implemented can be  met.  Suggestions for spending  thus far have been for the creation of a. community garden  with proceeds from vegetables  going to the food bank, the purchase of arl and sports equipment and hosting dances.  'The atmosphere  will be drug, alcohol and smoke  free with rules  written and  enforced by the  teens, supervised  by adult  volunteers'  The atmosphere will be drug,  alcohol and smoke free wilh  rules written and enforced by  .the teens, supervised by adult  volunteers.  So far aboul 20 leens have  expressed interest in the facility  and have actively involved  themselves in ils formation, bul  Gareau is hoping for many more  - up to 200-300 at the dances.  The leens are not as hopeful,  at least not initially.  "At first it may be kind of  hard to get it going," said 17-  year-old Seru Molidegei, a  grade 12 sludent involved in Ihe  project. Programs promising  similar  results  have  been  St. Mary's faces challenge  of social problems, crises  from page 1  One of the biggest challenges is also dealing with results of social  problems, such as family violence or mental heallh crises, because of  the lack of other facilities in a small community.  "People who have needs which may not be acute care needs wind  up in the hospital because there is no other place for them," says  Wright.  ��� A psychiatric day care opened in the summer of lust year and an  anticipated extension to Shorncliffe's intermediate care home help lo  lessen to burden.  Linda Moseley, secretary of the local Hospital F.mployees Union,  says hospital staff work hard to provide the exlra personal atlention  which patients from the communily appreciate.  . "So many people are grateful for lhal. We're really proud of ourselves," she says. "All of Ihe workers here should gel a standing ova-  lion." The other BC hospital profiled in the magazine is ihe Salvation Army's Grace Hospital in Vancouver, noted for its innovative  maternity care.  B&K  SOILS iV l,\\l)S( aim;  MITIVIV.  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"I've been in Ihe RCMP for  25 years and have been posted  |6 areas all over - from a remote  island wilh no amenities'to postings where everything is available and free and there have  always been kids standing on  the street corner saying they  have nothing to do."  Hill added that the area does  not have a large juvenile crime  rale, with much of the existing  crime - ranging from thefl and  vandalism to drug and alcohol  abuse - being committed by the  same group of teens.  "Most of Ihe kids here are A-  dipsy-doodle, top-class," said  Hill.  Put your USED SPORTING GOODS  back in the game  SELL your equipment on  consignment through us!  ���Ski Equipment .Coif  ��� Skates & Hockey Equipment ��� Table Tennis  ��� Hiking & Camping Equipment        ��� Pool Tables  Call 886-0225 for more info.  Retirement and Insurance Planning,.  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ��� Lawrence K.  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For heartening information, call  1-800-663-2010 Conservation,  not racism  The charges of racism cinci^iiij* in Ihe clamour of  protest lo commeiciali/aiioii ol ihe native fishing industry are a red herring, muddying further an already com  plex issue.  Human propensity for xenophobia being what il is, and  natives having Iheir own separale regulations, it's noi surprising that an element of racism is lurking around a  change in law lhal allows certain native groups lo sell  fish traditionally caught only for food.  Hui il would be as foolish to confuse Ihe very real fishing troubles wilh discrimination as it would for commercial fishermen lo be silenced hy fear of Ihe racism label.  Their anger and frustration is a natural response lo watching a way of life slipping away.  Commercial fishermen have enjoyed Ihe good years  and survived Ihe lean limes ll has been a good life for  some, and Ihe rollicking stories of plenty used lo resound  off beer halls in Ihe potts pockelled along Ihe Wesl Coasl  Alas, all that is changing.  The fisheries resource is floundering. Rapid developmem and poor forestry practices threaten salmon streams  and spawning grounds. Some creeks on Vancouver Island  can scarcely support even small runs anymore and would  have dietl years ago without Ihe efforts of native, volunteer and government tun hatcheries.  The spoils fishing industry has been growing bolh in  size and influence, big tourism business making political  hay in Victoria angling for an ever bigger share of the  catch.  Commercial fishermen have also had (o do recurring  bailie wilh Ihe packets in an effort lo maintain a modest  sale price for Iheir fish.  And there's the fickle whims of nature to figure in,  illustrated by occurrences such as the coho all but disappearing liom (he Strait of Georgia last year.  The lifting of restrictions prohibiting natives from  commercially selling fish traditionally caught only for  food purposes is overdue, bul like all other sectors of the  fishery, needs proper management lo ensure adequate  numbers of salmon still reach the spawning grounds.  It is disconcerting for commercial fishermen to see  Fraser River system sockeye runs thai have been  painstakingly rebuilt over many years potentially devastated in the first year of changes to native fishing regulations. The commercial fishing industry estimales more  than one million salmon could be lost from the Fraser  system this year.  The figures may be overblown, bul Ihe losses are real -  leaving an already wounded fishing industry to do battle  once more for its survival.  The challenge with managing any public resource has  always been to arrive at a fair balance between various  user groups, in this case the native, commercial and sport  industries, while ensuring adequate conservation.  The RC Fishermen's Survival Coalition is demanding  specific guidelines for an inquiry into the native fishery  on the West Coast and the points they list are not unreasonable: among others lhat the inquiry be judicial, that  hearings be held in coastal communities and that all fishing areas of the coast be investigated.  But such an inquiry needs to go further, looking at all  facets of the industry and exploring co-operative ideas  such as the one being proposed by the Sechelt band for a  co-management enhancement project.  Some creative approaches are needed, and a recognition lhat the survival of the resource is something in  which we all have a stake.  letters  What next? A  plague of locusts?  I am a non-driver living in  Lower (iibsons. In ihe lasl few  weeks, both Ihe Gibsons bus and  Ken's l.ucky Dollar Market  have gone out of business. I  don't know if anyone in power  has noticed, but as ihe result of  big fish eating little fish, we're  gelling cul off down here.  The Gibsons bus went directly into Ihe parking areas of Sunnycrest Mall and Gibsons Plaza.  It was possible to do a shopping  trip, door to door, within an  hour. The minimum trip now  takes (wo hours, wilh far more  difficulties.  The Transit bus slops across  the road from Park Plaza (a  football field's distance from  Woolworth's), at a point wilh no  shelter whatever. While Gibsons  Plaza is a driver's shopping  area, you wouldn't think that  Ihey deliberately planned lo  keep pedestrians out, The Sunnycrest bus stop is somewhat  better, but still no shelter. The  decision between paper and  plastic becomes easy when rain  is pelting down.  Groceries ate both heavy and  awkward. In the two years I've  lived in Gibsons I've used my  folding wire cart perhaps four  times. Now I expect it to start  earning ils keep. A word of  explanation for the benefit of  non-pedestrians: a loaded cart  does not spring into the bus by  itself. The groceries must be  removed, the cart folded, and  everything brought on and taken  off separately. Ferry-bound passengers on Ihe bus? I'm moving  as fasl as I can.  Walking home downhill is no  doubl good exercise, but it's a  real pain wilh the cart. However, every cloud does have a silver lining. Al least when I'm  floundering around outside during the winter, I won't have to  worry about frozen food melting.  Let's hear some creative  solutions.  K.M. GOLDMAN  Gibsons  Sinking Chaudiere  'unconscionable'  An open letter to Pat  Pender, regional director  for Environment Canada  We are writing to express  concern over Ihe proposed sinking of HMCS Chaudiere in  Sechelt Inlet.  Local parents and school  teachers spend a greal deal of  energy leaching students that it  is (heir duly to respect and care  for the Canadian and world  environment. We leach Ihem lo  recycle Iheir pop cans and scrap  paper. We have very active and  innovative recycling programs  developing in our communities.  Yet here we have the equivalent of around 300 thousand  tons of pop cans about to be  dumped into the ocean. What  kind of message are we sending  out?  It is unconscionable in this  day and age to waste nonrenewable resources in this way.  The ship's steel and aluminum  ought lo be recycled.  II is our understanding, based  on a memorandum dated Jan.  23, 1992 from Rob Waters to  Mr. Duane Brothers of Environment Canada, that the bulkheads  of this ship contain approximately 10,000 kilos of asbestos.  It is our further understanding  that according to Ihe research of  Dr. Belanger, asbestos is known  to cause adverse effects on  growth and reproduction of fish,  including coho salmon and  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions (or brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  freshwater clams.  For all these reasons we are  opposed to the sinking of this  vessel and we ask lhat Environment Canada keep our group in  particular, and Ihe public in general, fully informed of any  developments surrounding the  Chaudiere issue.  ROGER LAGASSE  Coastwatch, Sechelt  Leave marine  park alone  Since when is it okay to use a  marine park as a naval waste  dump?  If the old destroyer can't be  recycled, let's at least sink it  near a sewage outfall where  marine life is already being  'enriched' by human waste. Not,  for heaven's sake, in a marine  park.  What next? Are we going to  park old World War II tanks and  aircraft in the Tetrahedron as  shelters for tourists? Or convert  old logging machinery into  squirrel cages in the Caren  Range forest? If an old destroyer is good for sea life, so is an  old car, an old fridge, an old  gumboot, an old wine  bottle...somehow, I think the  ocean floor is better off without  any of our trash.  Maybe tourists would enjoy  the thrill of harassing sea life  inside sunken naval waste, but  lei's leave the park intact for the  divers who actually appreciate  nature the way she is.  ADRIAN BELSHAW  Roberta Creek  Cousin Nancy and the lost wisdom of Granny's day  First, perhaps, a few words about the Cousin  Nancy of the title  Long ago, it seems to me now, a little boy lived  at #7 Sunnyside descent in a housing scheme in  Mauchline, Ayrshire.  Across the street from #7 was #8 Sunnyside  Crescent and an aunt and uncle lived there with  several grown up cousins of the little boy.  The youngest of these cousins by some several  years was his Cousin Nancy, maybe seven years  older than he was. She became his mentor in the  matter of movie outings, trips to the zoo, and especially in the world of books and magazines.  They were bookish kindred spirits these two,  and Nancy led him through his first adventures in  the astonishing rich and diverse world of print.  Last year the little boy, now a grandfather, visited his Cousin Nancy in Montreal. She was nearing  Ihe end of a highly respected career in psychiatric  nursing, preparing to retire from a prestigious posilion at Montreal's principal psychiatric hospital.  It was half a century since they had first become  fast friends in Ayrshire, and yean since they had  met. bul they found themselves immediately comfortable wiih each other, each recognizing the  other beneath (he superficial accretions of (he  years.  When the time came to pan again, Nancy gave  him, as she had so many times before, her pick of  musings  john burnside  her books to take away with him. The books were  on this occasion, the Kilmarnock edition of the  works of the poet Burns, Pilgrims Progress by John  Bunyan, Ihe letters and speeches of Oliver  Cromwell with 'elucidations' by Thomas Carlyle.  Beautiful old hard cover books, these three. The  kind of volumes for any book lover to stroke and  savour from outside and inside, savouring their  presence as much as their contents.  The fourth seemed something of a departure.  Where the first three had been bequeathed to  Nancy from die generation before her, the fourth  book was as current as tomorrow and perhaps it  may be that it tells us more about Cousin Nancy  today, tbe respected and retiring health care professional.  The book was published in 1989 by Weather-  vane Books of New York and is entitled Granny's  Recipes, Remedies and Helpful Hints, ll is a compilation by a lady called Jean Cross, subtitled A  Treasury of Country Lore and Wisdom.  On its cover it announces thai ii will tell us:  "How (o take care of home and family, farm and  livestock; How to fix what's broken and forecast  the weather, it includes recipes for potted partridge  and pickled oysters; how to preserve gooseberries  and dry herbs, distill whiskey, gin or rum, cure  poison ivy or the seven year itch; how (o remove  stains, nuke your own soup and glue, and much,  much more."  It is already more (ban a year since (he last  leave taking with Cousin Nancy in Montreal and  last week her cousin was leafing through the book.  Il had laken bim so long not because he ever  doubted Cousin Nancy's taste in print. Certainly  not. It just takes books their own time to get off tbe  shelf and into your hands sometimes.  There are some wonderfully funny passages: a  brutal turn of the century of aversion therapy for  (he cure of habitual drunkenness comes to mind,  but here was a sampling from a rich store and (he  thing that impressed the cousin immediately was  the sense that Granny knew tbe herbs and flowers  that grew around her and knew a lot of applications  which soothed common human ailments and diffi- '  cul ties.  That awareness that bas been largely lost in the  predominant cultures of this country since  Granny's time.  This was mentioned in conversation with a  friend last week and he recounted a recent illustrative anecdote. His one-year old had diaper rash and  a small tube of something terribly expensive was  procured to ease the infant's discomfort. Reading  the contents, he realised the ointment was principally aloe vera, a plant he had growing in his  kitchen. It was applied, the infant was comforted,  the cost was nothing.  Sometimes when one bears the empty-headed or  the self-serving pranling on aboul (he high cost of  medicare one thinks about prescription drugs,  many of ihem doing less well than could be done  by application of common herbs, or weeds as we  call diem now too often} one dunks about monopolies granted pharmaceutical giants keeping costs  astronomically expensive.  One thinks about the lost wisdom of (he herbalist and the giant lucrative empires of the pharmaceuticals, well represented in our corridors of  power.  Could it be that Cousin Nancy was making a  point? Have we impoverished ourselves, spiritually  as well as financially, in allowing the ancient wisdom of folk medicine to be lost?  Put down the Killex, Buster. The weed you kill  could be your friend.  COAST^NEWS  mJaXm,  *!�� SanM* Can mm . taa, tanal era srt sternatr * ss. m et 11- an MM ���  tmmM et taa Saiwn _B SC aw, MtaM Ma Mama  memrmmmatimmtA a_a��l _k���. MM ����� MM ttern IB. MM d taa  ���CHH'KJ-Oai �����_:..����W)l��.vi aa���ft SMMaatCMIvBa  ���mrm i��%a> *. ��� Saw* ��c trv * tt�� osr .or��i��a> M .mo osr.  *mtm*mt*mm���ito��M��MM WK'smwiaiacos-' imeetamm  mi>!��>��� remlBan��a���tefmaraat *a����*.**i  '�����*���������      .     ���retmat*  aaVa* % _      n���waj������ai  a~T    T^~��     .     .     n     _, ____________    *%____  mW~rw K^afww ���> ���n r���mmmrmmm~a  ^~*~~r  ��** _lf %_.. �����*  your community's AWARD-WINNINC newspaper  ^m^Su&lr'       ^5^2^^ fa Coast News, September, 21 1992  Where are Camp, Kierans and Lewis?  On Tuesday mornings shortly  after nine a good many Canadians have become accustomed to  hearing the 'Three Wise Men'  on CBC Radio. Kierans, Camp  and Lewis have become a weekly institution; and one, I would  say, that we admired and liked.  Whether it was a question of  good manners in politics or  whether we actually gol  straightened around during these  lively confabs, there was no  question that Kierans, Camp and  Lewis, together, were something  unique in Canadian broadcasting.  There is a question now of  whether they may have been  snuffed out. We are two weeks  into the new season and no  Kierans, Camp and l^wis. Peter  Gzowski, whose show they  come up on and who has always  been their interviewer and host,  was here (Sechelt) a monlh ago  and said that the mail against the  three wise men was heavy. And  so?  Whal are we to make of this?  Beyond ihe fact that we have no  Kierans, Camp and Lewis to  grace our weeks we have a  growing weight of doubt as to  whether there may not be a faction, or factions out Ihere heavy  enough to quell Lewis, Camp  and Kierans. Or maybe there is  just a whole bunch of funny  individuals out there who don't  like intelligence and humour  and decency in politics. Anyway  the disquieting thought that  needs to be addressed is lhat any  number of people oul there  could bend the policies of the  Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in such a finally significant way.  The three of ihem, set them  up against a wall, are of about  even height, a bit below average, I would think. All are ex-  politicians with the accent on  the 'ex'. Camp, a PC, writes a  widely read and critical political  column for the Toronto Star, but  he writes it from New  Brunswick. Lewis, son of David  Lewis once head of Ihe NDP,  graduate of a Rabbi's seminary  in New York, an ex-Ambassador of ours io (he United  Nations, is now widely movin'  about the world as a lecturer and  consultant. Kierans, once a con-  lender for Liberal Prime Minister, comes mostly from Halifax  where he leaches economics and  God know what al Dalhousie.  As Gzowski's radio program  has progressed from week to  week over I don'l know how  many years now, it has become  clear lhal these three, at least,  can discuss evenly, and without  busting into rhetoric, any topic  in the world or Canada, without  in a nutshell  Looking for that spocialty bulb?  P LOOK *N0 FURTHER! Q  We carry, or can order almost any type or size  Give us call or drop by!  Sechelt Lighting  885-9417 ��� 5609 Highway 101, Sechelt *  there being any question of loss  of humour despite their very different affiliations. Is this not  something we would like to  keep going?  If the show has been cut off  somewhere among the CBC'l  currently murderous arroyos,  then it seems to me that we must  know who it was who could  possibly have been against it.  Lewis and Camp and Kierans  are all lop guys where they are.  None have had the veriest blush  of suspicion layed on them for  any kind of conceivable skullduggery, be il lo safes or skirts.  Who (hen, in (his land where  the wind blows free, would  want, and go to lengths, to sec  them off the air? Envious people  would you suppose? More likely  il would seem to me, given the  current mash, or mish/mash,  more likely 'professional' types.  You can't call any of Camp,  Lewis and Kierans unprofessional, or if you do watch it as  you walk away. On the other  stuart nutter  hand there is a recognition that  'professional' is a term loo often  used  Lewis. Kierans and Camp  make it continuously and ahun  dantly clear lhat 'professional'  is not a term to he nibbled at. I  don'l know whether Dallon  Camp ever went lo school, I  suppose he did. Kierans obviously gol through economics al  McGill and I-/wis made his way  the way he did.  Whal we bine today I fear is  a too strong attachment to some  idea of 'professionalism.' Professionalism means of course,  thai (he members of the craft,  whatever it is, are controlled by,  or al least trained by, the body  of the craft.  Camp and Kierans and lewis  were chosen for (heir often distant chairs on the Tuesday  morning show, but I do profoundly hope lhal Ihe fact we  are deprived of them so far this  year has nothing to do with their  'professions.'  letters  Hansen example  still inspires  I heard Rick Hansen on the  radio last week and he renewed  my sense of awe relative to whal  people are capable of.  Here was a young man from  Williams Lake confined to a  wheelchair, who proceeds to  ride around the world; is chosen  to be the queen's secretary on  her visit; breaks his hip and  bounces right back again.  Rick reminded me of one of  last year's students al BCIT.  Larry Boden is a quadraplegic  who did all his classwork With a  laptop, digitized pen activated  computer - another remarkable  man.  Indeed we all know cases of  remarkable people who are  inspired lo rise above the human  condition and bring hope and  encouragement to others.  This poem was written to pay  tribute to those who show us  how to be extraordinary.  Tribute to Rick Hansen  and Others  The shadows lift, lassitude  goes  And creative juices (low over  the mediocrity of life.  A curtain rises, players take  the stage  '. And a spotlight's glare  beams down  upon "all we can be."  Old bounds are broken, new  modes ensue  And enlightened conventional thought  is motivated for change.  Civilization benefits, culture  is enriched  And awareness rises above  Ihe veil  that covers conformity.  FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH!  AUDREYS  COFFEE  SERVICE  The spirit soars, transcending  earthly norms  And inspires a commitment  to believe  We are free to be free.  IAN MCINNES  Gibsons  Scott boycott  advocated  An Open Letter to all  Concerned:  Until recently, I purchased  Scolt toilet paper from Costco  and Purex from Price Club.  I have decided not lo do lhat  anymore, now that I realize  Scott Paper has used its considerable influence lo interfere  with proposed legislation that  the federal government was trying to pul into place to protect  the environment.  If a product were lo contain  85 per cent recycled material,  Ihe company would be entitled  lo use Ihe Rcologo label. I support this kind of legislation.  Are you at Scott saying you  don't want to recycle, or that  you want the privilege of using  the label without having lo comply wilh a standard thai the consumer understands?  My earth and environment  are more important to me than  convenience and a bargain and I  am outraged to find that a big  company with the potential to  influence and to take a leadership role would instead use its  power and position to act like a  bully, and choose to maintain  the status quo.  I don't usually discuss the  environment wilh my men  friends for some reason, however, my women friends and I  often talk about what is and is  not necessary in our lives, and  for our earth, so, while I am  actually getting this letter written, I would like to make an  additional point.  None of us wants white TP,  facial tissue, paper towels, or  any paper products for that matter.  We don't want chlorine  bleach poured into our oceans. I  used to buy Viva unbleached  paper towels, and paid through  Ihe nose for the privilege, I  might add.  But I am now going lo boy-  colt all Scolt paper products  because of your attitude and  actions toward legislation which  would have begun the process  of protecting our natural  resources.  I will be encouraging my  friends to stop buying Scott  paper products also, until I hear  of some major and effective  changes in company attitude  that shows Scott Paper is interested in protecting my earth so  thai it will be sound and usable  for my children.  You are in such an enviable  position of being able to make a  difference. I feel so powerless  because I want less packaging  and safer processing.  I want companies and governments lhal are more responsive to the wishes of their market and Iheir constituents and  Ihe only means I have to accomplish this is the withdrawal of  my purchasing, and my vote.  If you knew how complacent  I usually am you'd understand  Ihe intensity of my concern. I  know you're not the only company that operates this way. You  are, however, the first I've writ-  Capilano College  announces a program in  Early  Childhood Education  to begin late October.  Kiiiuliiif' has been received lo enable the  College to offer its 10-month Certificate  Program on a part-time basis. Present  funding will enable a student to  complete the program in a minimum of  three years.  Interested students are invited  to attend an  Information  Meeting  Monday, Sept. 28  7:00pm, South Campus  CAPILANO  COLLEGE  Please register for this information  session by calling 885-9310  ten to on this topic.  Something has been awakened in me. There will be more  letters to you and others.  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Sechelt  clearing out  end of the line,  discontinued &  slow moving models  KERN'S PLAZA  HWY 101 & TOP  OF SCHOOL RD  a~      9:30 ��� 9:00pm M��n ��� Sat  12:00 ��� 5:00pm, Sun t Holidays  j 886-8886 It's Time To  Make Memories  25 portraits only $14.95  plus J2 sitting lee 1 8x10. 2 5>7. 2-3'/?*5.  4 wallets 16 friendship wallets  Tuesday, Wednesday A Thursday.  Oct 6,7 & 8- 9:30 am - 5:00 pm  community  former P.NK Homcmaker of  the Yrv Jean \\ > n*j��*rl, left,  and orgaaiicr LiUaa Kun  stler open the Gibsoau Kail  Kair with a crrrmoniatl ribbon cutting inviting tht public lo view aad buy all Ihe  handmade goods inside the  Kinsmen Hut at Dougal Park.  Joel Johnskme photo  For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of tbe Week  IRVINE'S LANDING PUB  Come in ind en] >y u leisurely lunch  in dinner In our pub overiooklngjoe  Bay The food is excellent with ;i variety  of dishes h> choose from, created by our  chefs S.inily and M;irk Nuyrns. Then' is  ;i different feature evety nighl with  Prime Rib eveiy Saluiday nighl at $12.95.  Our Halibut and chips is another  favorite, enjoyed by many who visit us.  VC'c now have .1 wine and beer store  which is open seven days a week for  your convenience Pub Hours: ll- it, 7 days a week; Galley: U-IO, 7 days a week)  Wine A Beer Store: 9-9, Mon-Sat, 11-9 Sun; Marina Dock - Dawn to Dusk.  Situated in Pender I larliour Call HH.*.- HIS MasterCard, Visa and Chevron accepted.  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant - lunch .ind dinner special every dav Rvery  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. Ilwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - �� pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  Tht Boat House - just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the  West, East and Gulf Coasts as well  as a variety of other specialties.  Join us after 5 pm for dinner or for  our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2  pm. Friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some of the reasons you'll  keep coming back. If you have an  Important rendezvous or a ferry lo  catch, please let us know and we'll  make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 121  8188. All major credit cards  accepted.  Call 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 A Sat 9 -  9. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square,  Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  Dir Lebanon Restaurant ��� Now open  in Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101.  Lunch and Dinner features include  Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels,  Cappuccino, Espresso and  Desserts. Open 7 days a week, 10  am - II pm. Eat in or take-out.  Catering for parties and weddings.  886-3572. Everything we make is  made with love!  Haid-A-Way fleilaurant - 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. Eal lo your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  night 2 for 1 special SpmlOprri.  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats  plus banquet room.  HMtft Family Rtttaurant 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 <fc air conditioned. Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am -  10 pm. Fri it Sat 11 am -11 pm.  886-2993  Tht Omega Plus, Steak md Lobttar  House - With a perfect view of Gibsons Marina, and a good time  atmosphere, the Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll  often see Bruno Gerussi, former  itar of the Beachcombers, dining  here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood Sleaks and  seafood are Iheir specialties. Ban-  quel facilities available. Very special children's menu. Reservations  recommended. I ax.ilr.l in Gihsons  Harbour al 281 Gower Toint 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 Rojor ��� Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secret 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 wilh homemade dough. All  pies and breads are baked fresh  daily 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 Saturday and Sunday 7:00  am - 3:00 pm for breakfast and  light lunches. Fully licensed. Visa,  Mastercard. Mercer Road, Secret  Cove. Reservations recommended.  885-7184.  The Whart - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885-7285.  New Chine Kitchen - GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar & dessert. Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thursdayll:30am-10pm. Friday  h 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 lo the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - localed 1/2 mile  north of Egmonl on Maple Road.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Pub  open noon - closing. Kitchen  hours: Noon - 800pm.  Sechelt Legion 1140 - One of Ihe hesl  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 with your choice of baked  potato (with all the garnishes) or  delicious potato salad. Also included is a green salad with choice of  dressings and garlic bread. Lunch  is served Monday to Friday from  11 am to 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along with a regular  menu that includes chicken strips,  burgers and sandwiches. Thursday  is Fish & Chips, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips  with cole slaw for only $4.55. Take  out orders available. Members and  guests welcome. 5591 Wharf Street,  Sechelt. 885-9922  Irvine's landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, S30. 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 Ihe 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 Ihis superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday-  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Choi Philippe Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Chef Philippe is  busy cooking up your favorites  including Spinach salad with  warm Balsamic Vinaigrette and  Fresh Australian Rack of Lamb  with 7 grain crust. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly,  professional service, intimate dining in the Heritage Lodge dining  room with a superb view of the  Georgia Strait. Enjoy a Cappuccino  after inner. Follow Gower Point  Road to Ocean Beach Esplanade.  Reservations recommended. 886-  2188. Open from 5:30 Thursday  through Tuesday.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa & Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flambe desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  Lord Jim's Retort 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 air Tuesdays  Wed-Fri: Continental Breakfast 8-  11 am. Lunch 11-2 pm, Dinner 6-9  pm. Sat 4 Sun: Full breakfast and  lunch 8 am - 2 pm, dinner 6-9 pm.  Visa, Mastercard, American  Express. Reservations recommend.  885- 7038  Pebbles ��� On The Beech - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8-3. Dinner Reservations  Recommended. In the heart of  Sechelt at the Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie ��� (hen's Drhre bi - 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.  ~-^^-  ___W-��  gaorge In qlbsons  by George Cooper  Some of our Sunshine Coast  residents who reach the golden  age of 85 Ihis year have been  granted life membership in the  Retired Teachers Association.  Marie Scotl of Gibsons, a  primary teacher of many years  standing, was a kindergarten  teacher al Gibsons Elementary  al Ihe time of her retiring and  still remembers so many of her  pupils by name whenever she  happens to meet them. And they  remember her wilh affection  and respect.  Gladys Rorke, now of Prince  George, lived for some years on  Abbs Road and served approximately 10 years as librarian at  the Gibsons and Districl  Library. During her time at the  library here she and the other  volunteers set up the Dewey  decimal system of book classification.  Isabel Ralph of Pender Harbour first taught in the very  school that she had attended as  a child. That was in Perry Siding in Ihe Slocan. She has been  a news reporter, as well as a  school teacher in a number of  schools throughout the  province.  Geoffrey Trant of Soames  Point graduated in mechanical  engineering at UBC and then  continued his studies, receiving  his masters in 1933.  Since there were no jobs in  engineering in the Great  Depression, Geoff took his  teacher training and began a  long career which, after a start  in Nanaimo, was spent in the  Vancouver school system. He  was principal of Sir Charles  Tupper Secondary when he  retired.  Grads of 1991  Ikie Ziakris continues in ihe  second year of his music major  (piano) at UBC. One of the bursaries awarded at Elphinstone  was the Muriel Neilson, a  memorial to a teacher here who  developed an outstanding Gibsons Elementary choir as an  extra-curricular project.  Leila Roberts puts her Passport to Education grant from ihe  Ministry of Education to use  Ihis year in her Medical Assistant program at Capilano College.  Last year Leila attended the  Youth With a Mission College  in Turner Valley, Alberta, a program which included a mission  outreach on the Caribbean  island of Dominica.  This past summer she spent  two months in France as a  nanny for a family with five  children.  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  __, HOME  i2f__^ SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  ^^Elphinstone  ���"������O-Jfep^Secondary  School opens to slight increases in enrollment  School opened on Sept 8lh wilh 634 studenli, a moderate increase  Irom last year's enrollment.  Student Fee  Locks  $500  4.00  The student fee mainly covers the costs of providing each student wilh  an Agenda booklet for the year. The remaining funds go lo the  sludent council for student activities.  In addition, some elective courses charge for materials token home or  consumed by students, e.g. photography, art, sewing, foods, woodwork.  Meetings:        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  ______m   Grad of '92, Sarah Puchalski, has been awarded the  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 leam. As a representative of the  province, he went to las Vegas lo compere against other  across North America.  by Beverley Shipley  A boal sinking al one of Ihe  floats in Gibsons Harbour  recently hss lefl a msn home-  lets. "I hsd jusl been on the  boat to get s salmon from the  fridge there," said Bruce (Skinny) Wilson who lives on s  neighbouring boat, "and everything seemed fine. When I was  busy on the float getting the  sslmon resdy for Ihe skillet,  someone came running up  shouting al me to look behind  me. All there was to see was  Ihe top of Ihe cabin above the  water. II all happened in two  snd a half minutes."  The sunken boat belongs to  John Storey, long-time resident  of Roberts Creek and of Gibsons for the last four years. To  help him get his boat raised and  made seaworthy is going to  take a packet of money. His  friends aim lo help him out by  holding a benefit dance Salurday, Sept. 26. at the Gibsons  Ugion Hall wilh music by Top  Secret.  "Limited seating," says  Bruce, "so get your tickets  now." Tickets are available at  the Coast News, The Party Stop  in Sunnycrest Mall and the  Roberts Creek General Store.  Library News  On September 2 the Robeits  Creek Community Library volunteers held their annual meeting. A new executive was elected and volunteers took on various responsibilities for the  coming year.  Ensuring that the library  runs smoothly is no small task  and librarians wish to thank the  outgoing executive and all Ihe  volunteers for a fine job over  ihe past year.  The library is always looking for new volunteers. If you  have a few hours a month to  spare and would like to be  involved, please drop by.  At Ihis time of year many  gardeners are preserving their  summer produce. Check out Ihe  library for books on harvesting,  canning, freezing, wine making, etc.  The library is open Tuesdays from 5 pm to 9 pm, Thursdays from 3 pm to 7 pm and  Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm.  Creek Scouting  The 6th Roberts Creek Scout  Colony will be holding ils first  meeting and registration night  on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at the  Haida Site at Camp Byng from  6 pm to 7:30 pm, and will  include parent orientation and a  Beaver meeting.  One year's registration is $33.  Beavers is an active scouting  program for boys age five to  seven years. Please phone  Katharine Trueman at 885-  2282 for more information and  to secure a space in this year's  colony.  Scouts Canada is pleased to  invite everyone from the Sunshine Coast area to an Open  House lo celebrate 70 years of  camping in this area, Saturday,  Sepl. 26 at Camp Byng on  Lower Road. There will be  tours from 10 am to 3 pm, special scouting activities, and a  cake cutting ceremony at 1 pm.  Bring a picnic lunch.  RCCA Meeting  The next RCCA meeting is  Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 8 pm at  the hall. Secretary-Treasurer of  School District 46 Tim Anderson and School Trustee Lynn  Chapman will be discussing  long term plans for schooling  in Roberts Creek and the  school expansion.  Also, representatives from  BC Hydro will be explaining  the tree limbing program which  is to start soon in Ihe Creek.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  tesve your cires at home with us.  Pet /Animal Care  Mail Clearing and forwarding  Indoor Hani and Yard Maintenance  ���tegelar Home Check or Uveln lento  CrULSH^ON 885-2228  <4c  H))C��ti��H��tt-U;��idi  BONDED LICENSED INSURED Coast News, September, 21 1992  community  by Deanna Lender 885-73*5  My favourite season of the  year is here. The village is quieter, there sre now occssionally  some empty parking spots on  Cowrie Street, and life is settling back into a comfortable  routine. After spending the long  spring and dry summer outside  nearly all the time, I am rediscovering my house and all the  chores that need to be done.  On one of the tint cool days  of autumn, 1 baked bread. This  is almost a ritual with me to  welcome the season. Freshly  baked cookies amazed my husband the other day. The more it  rains and the colder it gets the  more I like to stick by a hot  oven. If it's a long cold winter,  we'll both be blimps by spring.  Obviously I must find other  interests to save us from that  fate and (here is lots to choose  from in Sechelt.  Life drawing  The Life Drawing sessions  have begun again at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre. No  registration is required for these  informal Tuesday sessions and  anyone interested is welcome to  attend. Bring your own drawing  materials and $4 to cover costs.  Models are provided. Contact  the Arts Centre for more information at 885-5412.  The Sunshine Coast Philatelic Society meets at the Sechelt  Public Library monthly. Call  885-2958 for details.  The Wildlife Rehabilitation  Centre on Trout Lake Road is in  desperate need of volunteers,  funds and materials to help  build holding shelters for recovering wildlife. Call 885-5997.  Parent meeting  The first meeting of Chatelech Secondary School Parents  Committee takes place at the  school library at 7:30 pm Oct. 1.  All interested people are most  welcome to attend the Living  With Cancer Support Group  which is meeting Sept. 23. Call  886-8369.  The MS Self Help Group is  meeting at the Sechelt Health  Unit at 11:30 am, Sept. 24. Staff  members from the MS Society,  BC Division will be there. Call  1-800-268-7582 for information.  Storytelling  The Story Telling Festival at  Rockwood Centre, Oct. 2 to 4,  has announced its program and  it sounds wonderful. Tickets are  reasonable for each event - $5.  Story tellers will appear from  all over the world, as well as  some outstanding local story  tellers.  For example, Gilbert Joe, a  well known elder of the Sechelt  Indian Band, will relate a history of the Sechelt people and tell  some of the myths and legends  of the band. And from Ireland,  Teresa 0'Driscoll will present  Celtic stories.  Local storytellers are invited  to relate their own tall tales at  the Tall Tales Tenl on Saturday  and Sunday. And, of course, no  Story Telling Festival would be  complete without some spine-  tingling ghost stories. For information call Rockwood Centre at  885-2522.  An afternoon of mostly classical music and a selection of  art and folk songs will be presented by the Coast Consort  Sunday, Oct. 4 at 2 pm at St.  John's Uniled Church in Davis  Bay. Proceeds raised will be  donated to the SPCA. Tickets  available al Talewind Books,  the door or call 885-5238.  Mary Lou Ren/ and volunteers are dressing up the interior and exterior of Rockwood Centre in  preparation for the first Storytelling Festival. Oct. 2-4, on the Coast Josl Johnstone photo  davis bay news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh. 885-3*29  The Pioneer Potluck Picnic  held Sunday was, by all  accounts, a culinary delight.  There was no shortage of food  with selections that included  poached salmon, chicken wings,  quiche, lasagne, assorted salads,  veggies and hoi corn on the cob,  to name a few. The dessert  highlight was a surprise birthday cake for Amy Tardiff, who  celebrated her 83rd. Many  more, Amy!  Turner and Esther Berry and  Vic and Kay Franske were honoured as pioneers of the area.  Choral Concert  The Sunshine Choristers are  tuning up for their annual  Christmas Concert which will  be held December 5 at the  Raven's Cry Theatre. If you are  interested in joining the choir,  you have until the end of  September to do so.  Karate Classes  Karate classes are again  available at the Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall on Mondays and  Wednesdays of every week. For  children and families, they are  from 6 pm to 7:30 pm; for  adults and coloured belts, from  7:30 pm to 9 pm.  More History  In those early days, people  depended more on their neighbours and friends for entertainment and fellowship than we do  today. There was no TV, stereos, videos, etc.; instead there  were communily dances, concerts, box socials, work bees -  neighbour helping neighbour,  friend helping friend. The  ladies, as well as men, shared  their talents with one another  whether it was cooking, tatting,  embroidering, knitting or helping someone write a letter.  Margaret McCullough, who  with her husband, Wallace,  lived beyond Ihe Wilson Creek  bridge on the beach, had the  reputation of being an excellenl  cook as well as a gifted embroiderer. Many of her handmade  goods were an important part of  every bazaar and today, those  who may have a piece of her  work prize it highly.  Il seemed when life was simpler, the older people took the  time to listen to the problems  and woes of Ihe young, always  giving sound and sensible  advice. Such a person was Margaret MacLeod, who was active  in her church and communily  until her death in 1976. Along  with her husband, Hector, they  worked long and hard to make  this community a reality.  When   Victor   and   Kay  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR-RR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  Franske arrived in Davis Bay on  June 16, 1950, what greeted  them was a far cry from what  we see here today. The highway  was then a gravel road, complete with potholes, ruts and  washboard. When it rained, it  was a bog of mud. Although it  was paved in 1951, it was done  with such a thin coat that after  the winter it had to be redone.  There were 10 telephones in the  area, all being the old fashioned  ones you cranked to ring.  Those who had phones were  thought to be most fortunate.  They were Julian and Annie  Deene, the Wilson Creek  Garage, Standard Oil, John and  Dorothy Browning (after whom  Browning Road is named),  Mike and Leslie Jackson, L.S.  and Charlotte Jackson, Burns  and Jackson Sawmill, Wallace  and Margaret McCullough  (another road name) and the  Whitaker Trading Post, which  was then owned by Ron  Whitaker. On July 1, 1950, the  Franskes purchased the trading  post from Mr. Whitaker and  renamed it Vic's Trading Post,  which they operated until 1967  when they converted it into a  motel complex.  At that time the community  held meetings and social activities in one of Harry Lucken's  extra buildings next to Charlotte  Jackson's place which was past  the garage at Wilson Creek. In  March 1951, Ron Whitaker,  who years before had bought  100 acres from Larry Davis and  his sister, donated land at the  corner of Davis Bay and Laurel  for the present site of the community hall and playgrounds.  THIS IS ONE TEST  YOU WONT WANT  TO BLOW  A roadside screening device  could be in (he hands of  any police officer, any lime,  anywhere in the province.  Dr. Vineyard Choy D.M.D.  NOW OPEN  in Seaview Place, Gibsons  Pender Harbour  B83-2997  DO IT NOW!!  Whether your heading south  or winterizing your R.V.,  the time to do it is now and  the place to do it is  SUNCOAST MOTORS  the Largest Supplier of  R.V.Parts and Accessories  on the Sunshine Coast  DO IT YOURSELF OR HAVE  OUR TECHNICIANS DO IT FOR YOU  *ALL Technicians Are Propane Approved  Notice Board  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve Ihe rigid In edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer lo non profit events ol genuine communily interest  Ilems will he listed Ihree weeks prior lo the cvenl.  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21  Home Schooling? Interested In Home  Schooling? Resource/Information meeting to  be held on Sept. 21 and Oct. 20 at 7pm. Phone  886-2227  BC Schizophrenia Society, SC Branch,  meeting with Barbara Kannegiesser to discuss  "Sharing & Caring" support group meetings, in  Coast Garibaldi Health Unit olfice, Gibsons at  7:30pm.  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23  CWL Meeting at 7pm prompt. Guest speaker  Mary Reilly Irom Development and Peace.  "Living with Cancer" Support Group All  welcome. Call 886-8369.  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24  Weal Sechelt Community Association  Meeting, 7pm In Communily Use Room, West  Sechell Elementary. Guest speaker: Rob  Buchan, Municipal Planner, discussing Sechelt  Community Plan. Info: Don Rose BB5-2779,  Ellen Beckley 885-7030. Susan Baggio 885-  4741.  Canadian Federation ot University Women  meeting at 7:30pm at Shorncliffe, Sechelt. New  members invited.  MS Sell Help Group meeiing al 11:30am In  Sechelt Heallh Unit. Staff members Irom MS  Society. BC Division, will be there. Inio: 1-800-  268-7582  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26  Reception at Hunter Gallery ai 2pm to open  Ursula Frilsch's show "Portrait ol a Doll".  SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27  Memorial Service for June Sherwood at the  Sunshine Coast Arts Cenlre at 1:30pm.  Rock a Roll Seminar for Parents and Youth  tonight and tomorrow, Monday. Sept 28, 7:00pm  al New Lite Christian Fellowship. Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt. A video/talk presentation exposing  Rock & Roll and the impact it's having on our  '90s communities. NOT open lo young children.  Into: 885-4534  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28  Haltmoon Bay Festival �� 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.  Canadian Federation of University Women  meeting at 11:30am at St. John's Church, Davis  Bay. Guest speaker: Lorraine Arthur, manager  ofCIBC.  SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4  Coast Consort and Guests In Concert, 2pm al  St. John's United Church, Davis Bay. Proceeds  to SPCA.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8  Friendship Dinner ��� Far East Broadcasting  Canada at 7:00pm, Pebbles Restaurant,  Sechelt. Speaker: Director In Indonesia. Please  reserve early. Call Trudy Ruck afternoons at  886-9792.  MISCELLANEOUS  Parent Tot Drop In starts Oct.1 at the following  locations Irom 9:30 - 11:30am: Gibsons United  Church Hall, Mon., Wed., Fri.; Sechelt St.  Hilda's Hall, Tues.: Wilson Creek Community  Hall, Thurs. For inio call 885-5881.  Sechelt Karate Club is accepting adult  students for Ils fall session starting Sepl. 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 Saturdays 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  Ihe Garibaldi Heallh Unit in Sechelt on Sept. 25,  26 and 27 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The  workshop will train persons to become leaders  of the Arthritis Sell-Management Program.  Participants need no previous experience or  medical knowledge. To attend the Ihree-day free  workshop, call Sheila Carlson al 886-8124.  Ankylosing Spondylitis Self-Help Support  Group. If you or someone you love would like to  meet others wilh A.S. (a form of arthritis), please  join us. For information please call Anne, 531-  8307.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum Is open 1:00 -  5:00pm Mondays and Tuesdays, and 9:00am -  5:00pm on Wednesdays, plus whenever staff Is  in. Displays are constantly changing.  Wheelchair acces-sible. 716 Winn Rd., across  from Gibsons Post Office. For tours and other  information call 886-8232.  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program is now available at Ihe Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teredo Square, Info 885-1959.. 32  MONDAYS  Breakaway Parents Support Group. Is your  child acting out? Using substances? Do you  need a loving, accepting, 12-step support  group? Join us at 7:30pm, 807 Kiwanis Way,  Gibsons. Call 886-2423.  Sunshine Choristers practise at 7pm in St  Hilda's Church, Sechelt. If you enjoy singing,  please join us. For info call 885-4405.  St. Hilda's at St. Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, for more info. 32  Seniors'  Branch 69, Carpet Bowling,  Mondays 1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd  Mons. & Thursdays, 10-11 am. 32  Overeaten Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechelt. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 for delails. 32  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday ol every month, local art rental at  sales at Sunshine Coast Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Coltee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists for sale or renl; any donations of  unused frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.34  Gibsons Table Tennis Club starts Sept. 15  and plays every Tuesday. 7-10 p.m. In Ihe  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 al Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday trom 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets  12:45-2:30pm, at the United Church,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons. Info: 886-7159.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop In basement ol  church off Truman Rd��� open Fridays, t to 3 pm.  26  Gibsons Pensioners Org Branch #38 Tia 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 Tours of ancient forest, every  Salurday in September from ft am until 4 or  5pm. Meet outside SC Wildlife Rehabilitation  Centre on Trout Lake Rd., Halfmoon Bay. Bring  a picnic lunch. For info call: 883-1198, 885-  9624,883-2807.  Chapman Creek Hatchery Tours, 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 8 Coast News, September, 21 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  Hours  Sunday 106  Mon  Thurs 9-7  Friday 9-9  Saturday 96  Bag Some Bargains!  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Dairy  Groceries  Sunlight liquid  Dish Detergent 028  l l yousave 1.02 Mt  Men's or Women's white  Sport Socks 199  pkg of 3 yousave 1.50 W  Brunswick assorted  sardines titk.  106 ft, you saw .31 iOO  Delmonte  Pineapple oo  398 ml you save .61 iQO  Delmonte assorted  Juice & Coolers 418  11 1 you save .51 I  Safflo soft  Margarine 428  454 g you save .71 I  Bart cheese  Mozarella ws  454g yousave 1.41 ma  Schneider's  CheddarCheese oa%  random cuts.*;....;......' "���' '" \������ a#ll��� ���>'off  I   ||.  Kj 01 Ma r ���                    tl .VK .   ! *��i!(l-l  Yarn! '  Frozen Yogurt 468  1L .' you save .57 I  mWk  ���-  Seafood  9.90/kg   Fresh Shrimp  14.31/kg    ~  Oysters  8oz. cups   449  3*��  Vua.ini huv N.tlvali m ilx- U.S.   its only .lv.iiLiblc  in( ..in.id.i. Tlut'swliv. .  TheBuck  Stops Here!  Buy3,Saves3  CANADA  Expires September 27,1992.  LIMIT ONE PER COUPON  On three 3CCg packs of Nabob Tradition coffeei..**..,.  ���--  .->,-  ���."i.f.-.ro b, .... . Momat ���>��*���".'  ��    .''*���"..   D    BOIaflJQ    Ivtf���Q   0��a*a��MSl  ���upon Ov*. ou' ipec.'-eo *>**>*r"}  t*-itlM E'3(Jjr'l W*< ���**��  *M>*  I Foi ��*-3*-*i,r��'  "���*> '<��� -*���***-���  -    .���un* - ���! ' tftaiOO' *������'   t :  Otfsreis*>i< llltl***!' tt.  .Ml  JW80BJ  Known by the leans we clwose.  tma_m   We now accept Visa  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 21 to  Sunday, September 27.  Produce  California  Tomatoes bq  1.30/kg  a99lb  B.C.  Carrots oo  Bulk, .63/kg  iJWlb  California  Honeydew Melons ac_  1.08/kg  ^f^lb  B.C.  Boiler Onions -tq  3 lb. bag  ��� ff *9ea.  California  Valencia Oranges   oo  Small (Sunklst). .63/kg... tatWPlb  I  Canada Grade,A Beef  Ufe^iararakaBatama^k MKaj^tfkj^rwaB ������'��� '  ���^aTteir rffffa^*as***a**aT**a***a****r***a*e**r       "aw   ?aW**a^^*^^^a^W eW***at*a*P  ����������/�����  -  ;'������'���"��� liBlFii.. ���������������.'���-���"      r^ I.    ,      ,  ,       ______ UjL   , I h  Qround Beef 4 m ���  ��7ff<��;*V,V**W*lM��-Hij,      md*   ,ru���.*"b.���. ?H  BeefeV6eefOW0n'''''��l��i''     ^m-'��;  Saiattaoe ' **���*���  ���*-'"��f/"(S"'""'��   FKah New Zealand  Lamb Loin Chops   nan  ���a-*--/**  y^��  Grtmnm _  taaM^aTrtaaBBlV ^BB^>BB^F^IIIJV*BBB*BBB *W      *m.mWm\rmms\*^BmV**^kwWa~^*r amB^^P*Br  7.69/kg  W      b  Meat  Deli  Schneider's  IWcey Breast  Sliced. 100 g   Schneider's  Roast Beef  Sliced. 100 g..  199  ���99  Buy one at the regular price, get  a second for % price  0(a, Wm All Sizes  Offer Expires September 27, 1992.  ���  ���  ���   -'"��� Coast News, September, 21 1992  community  by Ruth Forrester 885-2418  Fall and winter activities are  starting again at Welcome  Beach Community Hall, the  place to go for some exciling  and entertaining afternoons and  evenings.  Those of you who would like  to get involved in weekly shuffleboard games should lake the  chance to pop along to the hall  on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 7:30  pm. ll is hoped that there will be  sufficient interest lo get the season going again.  You don'l even have lo know  how to play the game as ihere  ate lots of folks more than willing lo help you get started. This  is a form of recreation to which  you can go as a single or as  teams and partners are arranged.  For those who enjoy a game  of cards such as crib, rummy,  etc., or if your preference is for  some scrabble, the time to go to  Ihe hall is the second and fourth  Friday of Ihe month from I lo 4  pm. A good way lo spend a  social afternoon getting to know  your neighbours. The firsl and  third Fridays are the afternoons  for bridge.  Mark your calendar Ocl. 3 to  make sure you don't miss out on  one of the best social nights of  the year at Welcome Beach  Hall.  This is the annual Oktober-  fest with lots of great food, great  music and great company, all  for $7 per person. Tickets will  be available al the door, but it is  requested that you make reservations by calling Franz at 885-  4590 or Frank at 885-9855.  While on the subject of the  hall, congratulations to a special  couple who work really hard for  the Welcome Beach Community  Association.  They are Al and Marg Buckley, who on September 12 celebrated their 50th wedding  anniversary. We hope you celebrated well. You're worth it!  There are lots of folks in  Halfmoon Bay who like lo  sketch or paint in either oils or  walercolours. Monday afternoons are a good lime for a get-  together and a chance lo do your  creative activities in Ihe company of other kindred spirits.  No one is ihere lo leach or to  criticize, ihey jusl go for Ihe joy  of an afternoon of art. If you are  interested in becoming a part of  ihis group, or for information  about Friday cards and scrabble,  please call Olive al 885-2378.  Preschool  The Welcome Beach  Preschool is considering opening a second class for Ihree and  four year olds. For enrolment  and information call Lorna at  885-5891.  Sunny Wedding  Last Saturday the weather  Rubin MacGregor nnd Kathleen Gamble celebrate their wedding  at Coopers Green. Kutli Forrester pholo  co operated lo Ihe full for a pretty wedding at Coopers Green.  The groom, helicopter pilot  Robin MacGregor, was resplendent in kilt and highland regalia,  while the bride, Kathleen Gamble of Pender Harbour, was  Scouts holding open house  This year marks the 70th  anniversary of Camp Byng,  localed on Lower Road in  Roberts Creek. To celebrate,  Scouts Canada is inviting  everyone to an open house on  Saturday, Sept. 26 from 10 am  to 3 pm. There will be ceremonies and cake cutting al 1  pm - Skeena Lodge.  Have you ever wondered  what has been inside that gale-  way on Lower Road? Did you  once attend Camp Byng as a  youth and wonder what  changes have taken place since  you last were there? Are you a  recent or long-term resident,  and just never got around to  visiting Camp Byng? Now is  your chance to have a look  around.  During your visit you will  be able to see many of the  facilities that include lodges  with kitchen and sleeping  facilities, large meadows with  tenting sites and several smaller camping areas. You are also  invited to visit our chapel and  recently completed workshop  and warehouse facility. This  will also be an excellent  opportunity to see Scouting  youth in action during the day.  While touring Camp Byng,  make sure you take a walk  down to Ihe waterfront and see  the Byng sign that has been a  landmark for years along  Georgia Strait.  Camp Byng was opened in  July 1922 by Lord Byng, Ihe  Governor General and Chief  Scout of Canada. Since then,  thousands of youth have  camped along its shores and in  its forests.  The camp is situated on  over 200 acres of land extending from Ihe shore up to the  Sunshine Coast Highway. It is  owned by Scouts Canada,  Vancouver Coast Region.  Guides, Brownies seeking helpers  Registration for Girl Guides held in Gibsons  and Roberts Creek indicates a keen interest in  girls of all ages to be part of the program. A total  of 102 girls registered in the two centres, double  the number that participated last year. Units for  Brownies, Guides and Pathfinders are fully  staffed with leaders in Roberts Creek; and in  Gibsons, Sparks for five year olds, one unit of  Brownies and one unit of Guides have leaders  and will open immediately.  With the large number of girls wishing to  join, more women volunteers are needed to  share their lime and interests. Times and days of  meetings are flexible. Training is readily available for those who are new lo the program or  wish to leam more skills. For more information  phone district commissioner Janice Ritchie, 885-  2660 or Ann Bakewell, 886-7808.  stunning in her beautiful full  length white gown complete  with flowing train.  The happy couple have taken  up residence in Welcome  Woods. Congratulations from us  all.  Halfmoon  childcare  resumes  The Halfmoon Bay Child  Care Cenlre has just completed  its third annual general meeiing  and will be continuing to offer  quality care for children in the  community. Various programs  are ongoing, including:  Out of School Care: provides positive social and recreational experiences for children  age six to 12 after school;  Under and Over Three Daycare: the aim is to continue  meeting the needs of the families in the community by providing regular and drop-in daycare for children ages 18  months to school age;  KinderClub: a new and special program for five- and six-  year-olds attending kindergarten. Drop-ins are welcome.  The program runs Monday to  Thursday from 12 to 2:30 pm,  and Friday from 11 am to 2:30  pm.  gardening notes  by Marguerite  September is an important time in the garden. It is the beginning  of another year regarding preparation and time for planning and correcting mistakes made. It's also the end, with the harvesting, storage,  clearing, cleaning and resting from our labour, which only gardeners  understand.  Helpful Hints: Fork up complete plants of all beans and hang in  dry place until pods are crisp enough lo shell easily.  On a dry day dig root crops such as potatoes, beets, carrots, and  spread on soil to dry before storing in thick paper sacks or boxes  lined with paper. When the weather and temperature show distinct  signs of change, listen to weather forecasts. Bring in hanging and  small containers, take some cuttings of geraniums and fuchsias,  reduce watering, cut back and store in frost-free area.  Tomatoes are an excellent source of vitamins A, C, protective  carotenoid, lycopene and contain fibre and various minerals. Contrary to popular practice, the fridge is not the place to keep homegrown tomatoes. They originate from Soulh America and so are subtropical plants. Cold damages their physical structure, hence their  texture does nothing for flavour.  The Gibsons Garden Club meeting is in Si. Bartholomew's  Church Hall, comer of North Road and Highway 101 on Thursday,  Sepl. 17 at 6:30 pm. (Note change of time and hall). Non-members  two dollars, all gardeners welcome.  AWED  A Free Gift for You  from Sears and Us  The CareM Movers  when you make your move with Allied, in addition lo quality service  yuu will receive your own personal "SEARS WELCOME HOME  MERCHANDISE SAVINGS BOOK'' lilled with coupons that can add up  lo thousands of dollars in savings on many ol Ihe items you will need  as yuu settle into your new home. CM ,������, ,��� (0>r ntt  nn iiDliit.linn cailma...  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local ft Long Distance Moving  _______ ...  maaMt Ptnd��r Harbour customers     -:   MNT. 101. MUMS pl..s. CALL COLLECT  116 2614  LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Lumber  Remanufacturing  CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS  T'he Select Standing Committee on Forests, Energy,  Mines and Petroleum Resources has been authorized  by the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia to examine,  inquire into and make recommendations with respect to the  availability of lumber to remanufacturers in the province, and  in particular, to consider:  1) the lumber supply requirements of the  remanufacturing sector; and  2) the barriers or impediments to increasing the  supply of lumber to the remanufacturing sector.  The Select Standing Committee invites submissions with  respect to all matters relating to the availability of lumber to  remanufacturers. Written submissions will be accepted until  October 23, 1992. Public hearing locations and dates to be  announced.  ST\  Mr. Corky Evans, MLA  Chairperson  Please submit to:  Ms. Brenda M. Fraser  Committee Clerk  Room 224  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, British Columbia  V8V 1X4  Telephone: (604)356-6318  (call collect)  Facsimile:    (604)356-8172  771  NEW?  On the Coasl  Baby  Bride or bride to bo  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Ruth Bulpil 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  | This Information Series Presented by:  I   BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  H/o #2 How a Septic System Works  r jffi ��� -'���.������'���������������'������.i = ��� ipi  I inwFnl " '" "    II tw*?  I  I  I  I  I  Septic  Tank  Pumping  Services  to the entire  Sunshine Coast  886-7064 (collect)  Waste is piped to the septic |  tank where bacterial action  breaks it down into sludge,  effluent (liquid), and scum.  Liquid flows out through a  distribution box which  channels it through  perforated pipes in the  drainage field. Baffles keep  scum out of the pipes.  k  I  I  : ANNOUNCING :  The Irresistible  TEN DOLLAR DEAL  ON FURNITURE AND BEDS  10  10  DWN  PAYMENT  AA DOWN  AA PER MONTH  Wfor 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  SPECIAL T.V. OFFER WITH  IHDME  .^IFJI:i  one weeK oniy  Sechelt  ��  Furniture Land  ���������*-ni**ir-*-*-��;.*-n.v-rar-ra.Tn^  Free Delivery   You made us the leader in furniture & appliances  on the Sunshine Coast  Sunshine Coast Hwy., Sechelt 885-5756 t COtTVTR? WESTERN UE DAHCE LESSORS
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Various sizes for $5 and $10 at our
Gibsons and Sechelt ollices.
Family Clothing Store
& Lotto Centre
Madeira Park Centre
All Chevron Products
Tops, Turps & Covers
Ufmlstery df liefxiirs
Pender Harbour
Golf Course
Visitors Welcome
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Hwy. lot 883-9541
Pander Harbour's ONLY
Full Line Sporting Goods Store
Francis Peninsula Place
Corner ot Sunshine Coast Hwy. 4
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High and low voltage power lines
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F-tey Hansen Trucking
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Gravel, Clearing
Septic Systems
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Pender Harbour
laughter, splashing and shrieks uf delight surfaced from the
Pender Harbour Aquatic Centre pool last week as mure than 60
golden lifelines
children attended the Teddy Bear Picnic and fall registration
program. Roxanne Gregory pholo
hy Joyce Ostry
I've la.nl to pull out my 'soap Inn' again and
speak annul the forthcoming vole on Oct. 26.
Unless every word is looked al closely, it will give
unfair advantage lo some and leave others oul in
lell field wilh no avenue of redress.
The Canada Clause places me and three million
others who are disabled in an inferior status. Earlier versions of the clause contained a commitment
to "openness, fairness and full participation in
Canada's citizenship without regard lo race,
colour, creed, physical or mental disability or cultural background." The rewritten clause now only
recognizes ihe equality of women and men and the
races and not the equality aspirations of those with
disabilities and different cultural backgrounds.
The government cancelled the Court Challenges
program which has provided resources for the
assertion of charter rights in the courts. Without the
provisions and resources of the Court Challenge
some three million people are left without any
vehicle for redress.
In I982 the UN announced a decade for people
wilh disabilities and progress was started. The
progress needs to evolve. A governmenl promise is
not worth Ihe paper it's written on - only legislation wilh penalties works. The UN decade was cel
ebrated al Independence '92 in Vancouver. The
decade is over. The Canada Clause is rewritten.
We now see ourselves as before 1982 wilh doors
slammed in our faces.
At the Hall
Harold Ferguson has been culling oul little
wooden figures and il has been hinted around the
hall lhat Christmas is in Ihe air. A person wilh originality could use pom-poms for holiday decoration
and Mona Osborne at 885-9392 or Connie Wilson
al 885-2585 would be glad lo receive those orders.
For those who have difficulty gelling out to
crafts, we would be happy to come and get your
works of art - and lhal is what Ihey are - art! The
new cenlre will have a showcase and all those
beautiful creations will be shown at all limes.
The dinner on Saturday, Sept. 26 al 6 pm will
be a pot luck. Come out and enjoy.
Oil painting begins on Wednesday afternoon,
Sepl. 23 al I pm. Bring your paints, canvas, newspaper, plastic table cover and rags. Contact Martha
at 885-9997 or Tillie at 885-2720.
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.
Pender dump
dilemma r stewing
Amid conflicting reports on
whether it's an environmental
lime bomb, a fast food stop-off
for bears, or merely an unpretty
but non-toxic accumulation of
garbage, the Pender Harbour
landfill once more churned ils
way to the forefront this Thursday in the form of an exchange
between Area A alternate Cy
O'Leary and public utilities
chairman Jim Gurney.
Discussing Ihe possibility of
hiring an attendant for the site,
O'Leary and Gurney both
agreed with the idea, but disagreed on whether Ihe person
would be overseeing a garbage
dump or a transfer station.
Currently, Ihe transfer station
is slated lo begin operation as an
"interim measure" at Ihe end of
Ihe year, said Gurney.
Meanwhile, a third engineer
will be consulted at a cost of
$1,500 to make a decision on
two conflicting previous reports
about conditions at the landfill.
A referendum on the issue
will be held "sometime next
year" said Gurney, while
O'Leary commented, "I jusl feel
something has gone missing."
If a landfill is permitted, and
proves a more expensive option,
though, Area A taxpayers will
be required to make up Ihe difference in the bill.
Pender Harbour & District Legion
Branch 112
Sing Along
Sept. 25 A 26
MEAT DRAWS every Saturday
Enroll in our evenings of
Cribbage, Shuffleboard,
Darts and 8-Ball Pool
courses to
The Volunteer and Information Centre is pleased lo continue offering courses from the
Justice Institute in Vancouver
and Simon Fraser University in
Burnaby, here in Sechelt. The
following courses will be
offered this fall.
The Justice Institute - Conflict Resolution II, Sept. 24, 25
and 26, $300; Asserting Yourself Under Pressure, Nov. 13
and 14, $200.
Simon Fraser University -
Strategic and Operational Planning the Non-Profit Sector,
Oct. 19 and 20, Nov. 2, 19 and
20, $475.
The Volunteer and Information Cenlre - Leadership Styles
and Motivation, Ocl. 15, $20;
Introduction to Coaching, Sept.
29 and Oct. I, $25; Sharpen
Your Communication Skills,
Ocl. 23, $20; Writing Job
Descriptions, Nov. 27, $15.
Please call 885-5881 for
more information and for registration.
by Lynn Mees 883-11118
Well folks, fall is definitely
upon us - Ihe mad firewood
rush is on. The snow is falling
in ihe Duffy Lake pass promising a great ski season. Gel
ready! It's gonna be a killer
A huge congratulations to
Adam and Julie with the birth
of their son, whose name is
Nicholas - one more child for
the Egmonl school!
There were some shelves sitting in the hallway of the community hall which were bought
and paid for, but the wrong person took Ihem. Please, if you
have Ihem, could you return
them to the hall. The person
who bought the shelves would
appreciate il.
The Backeddy Pub is now
closed all day Monday and
Tuesday. These are new winter
hours as things have slowed
down. As you walk into Ihe pub
the first thing you see on the
wall is a painting of an octopus,
done by Kelly M. It's well
done, striking your attention, a
neai addition to Ihe pub.
Al play group lasl Tuesday I
was noticing how clean and
neai Ihe school is these days. It
really is a comfortable space lo
hang out in.
How does a Hallowe'en
smorg sound? And a dance! It's
been a pretty quiet year for
community activities, lime lo
get Ihings rolling!
The Pender Harbour and
Egmont Bursary Fund is selling
tickets to raise money for next
year's bursary. Prizes include
$200 worth of beef from the
Oaktree Market, wood art by
Ray Mair, and $25 worth of
gasoline from Mountainview
PetroCan. Tickets are $2 each
or three for $5 and are available
al local businesses in Pender
Harbour. Please support Ihe
education of our local young
Sun and Province
The Vancouver Sun and
Province papers are now being
sold at Tom and Sherry's
Restaurant, Bathgate's Store,
the Backeddy Pub and Ruby
Lake Restaurant. They are
delivered daily at around noon,
so now there's no excuse for
not knowing what's going on,
well not quite.
Fri. & Sat.
Sept. 25 & 26
9:00pm till closing
Don't forget...
BC Heart Fund Meat Draw
EVERT FRIDAY at 7:00pm
(All proceeds to the Heart Fund)
RESTAURAtrr (5 open Wed. to Sun. from 5:00pi
PUB ts open for Lunch & Dinner 7 days a tveek
w BrsAirnruL downtown garden bat
On the Water off Garden Bay Road
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''.:... ....... Coast News, September, 21 1992        11  As a British Columbian.  AsaCanadian.  Neverhasit  mean so much.  *>*w  %96B  There are times when you've probably  said to yourself, "My vote doesn't count  for much." But that's hardly the case  with The Canadian Unity Agreement.  On October 26, with a simple yes  or no, you'll have an opportunity to  decide the future of our country. And  since the full Agreement must be  approved by every province, it won't  be decided until your vote is counted.  The intent behind this carefully  balanced package is to ensure the unity  and political stability of Canada.  But as B.C. Premier Mike Harcourt  said, "Most important of all is what you  believe. To help you make an informed  decision, we'll be sending a summary of  the Unity Agreement to every household in B.C. Please read it over, then  vote in the October 26 referendum.  As a British Columbian, as a Canadian,  never has it meant so much."  Wfc  Province of British Columbia  For further details, including  the final text, call the  Referendum Information Office.  1'800'463-3141  In Victoria 953'3929  THE CANADIAN  *UN1TY  aACREErMENT  ��� .. v   .  ���������  -  -*.-    .   -    , . ������ . i CALL THESE EXPERTS  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  LUID  AUTO UPHOLSTERY  ���Seat. > Poor Panel. > Haadlintrra ���  ��� Car-parts ��� Vinyl Topi ��� Converlable* '  K. Olson 885-7072  mm i n___ \___\M____t___3G VOtNJAO  C  M J J. Vinyl Siding  viITIin, PASIA, shutter.  1 I I'AKSIDIM,  J  I rttl* <>�� k*i  k!  I'lll.lK- HNS (alXaS  POBox IVXa  Sccbek, B.C.  vun M��y  f      SUrKOA$JT^amCH��*mZM.in  kalQtire  IJ ttv sell il... W_yutinitthv it.'  !JU)VVh^|-ra^t*Ct��N'W*-m7  MM.tmrmawaame*.aaa*w  YOU BOARD,  I'LL TAPE,  HEADY TO PAINT  ALWAYS RELIABLE  DRYWALL FINISHER  BMB DRYWALL  faff after 5 pm Gordy 88S-5564  ln.luM.Mi     AUTOMOTIVE       s,.,���n,  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  I Of. I Hwy. 101, Gihsons, B.C. H8..-HIII1  Man Fri Ma s.n Hi. Sun ID-A  SECHELT RADIATORS���  V.umpLrtt Cooling Syilem Service Cantre  fiM r>- i i **������*��� ���* ��� i �� r111 t fi ���-  l\-*K<-|l.l)l  .VKljll  K.lilvlllMll-llnltvl.t'M  hUlltl  AUTOS   (KICKS   1K\( IOKS IMH'S TRIAL MAKINK I  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� KemiKlfllin); ��� Framing  Foundations * Home Repairs ��� GtMTll  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  hi 'mr.aaHon Achcaon ������5-0891 atit-n.otipin  Nn I std I K.i'inip ��� PIckuplrlacBwi   ��� I  ' I taa^aatad^  4349 S.C. Hwy.  Ado.a I mm Stiii.lnm I ,\l  M..H  885-7986  CONCRETE SERVICES  D&P Contracting  CONCRETE SPECIALISTS  PLACING Si FINISHING  DENIS TURENNE      OFFICE: 885 5492  PAUL DESAUTEIS CEL: 351 -6432  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  TJLC.  Electrical & Plumbing  Residenfial ��� Commercial  Water Healers ��� Electric Heat  CoPllt. tor. I i,   Nil r.14.  886-3344  ��� Ri-sidf ntinl &  ('nmmtrrial ( onslnictitin  ��� Kf novations  ��� Atltlitions  Laurie Lacovetsky �� 885-2887  DIRECT  DRYWALL  SYSTEMS  Residential ��� Commercial  BOAIII) steel studs  ,AP' Qfle OattR7 ' "*"  SPRAV OOv'OVDi     CUSIOM CEILINGS  Gerald R. McCortnsll Ron Hovdan  .    (eel) 250-5073 (eel) 644*5767  R.  :N  CRANE  RENTAL  SFCHELTPLANT  885-7180  Raady Mix Concrete  Sand i Gravsl  C    CONCRETE  O LTD  WIVING IHI SUNSHINt  WJim      GIB.S.��.NLP,L.AN  cuhbs. Etc 888.8174  r das r]  ANT    I  u  fFctstrac BACKHOE  SEIVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DHAINAOE DITCHES  .EXCAVATIONS 118 1X4  ��� WATER LINES *"�� ��������� '*���  .cleahing      Steve Jones    886*8269  X  Ht or Small We Do Them Wl  G & S DRYWALL  F'HEE ESTIMATES  Foi All Ymu Drywall Needs  __________       J  Swanson's  Ready Mix ltd  -Din patch  ��� unpatcn ��� j��� Auounu-���^     r   ��� ran  .  115-9666     | 1115*53331   [MM226J  3 Batch Plants on tne Sunsliine Coast  Gibsons Saachaxi Pander Harbour  Box IH, B417��fymartBdt, Saachaalt  residential  commercial  Auto Glass  Mirror walls  Brad   Clowers  Peninsula Glass  & Aluminum  706 Hwy. ioi, Gibsons 886-8580  24hr. Commercial Emergency 886-8414  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES  BBC or,A7 ��u."oa�� I  OOD-atUor eves guarantied J  A  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  A t T ENTERPRISES: CwiMmoUwi t-trvloM  Serving The Coesl Smce 1995  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  NMIM  T W0N0. BOX Tfl, QiaSONI. t.C. VON IVO  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORPOISE BAY RO.  TELEPHONE 865-2726 SECHELT B.C.  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  If you were atlviM tisincj lif;re  you'd In; reacting .iliout  yoursell - And so would  eueryfiody else  Ashword Contracting  QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  Foi Estimate Call  Hoa.tr d Ashmors  885*6443  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial, Industrial  "Experience Makes  ^S__^_V_mnc9''   **ei gammon road  JOE McCANN MADEIRA PARK, 8.C.  Rat*. 10131 VON 2H0 Call M39902  -m  "Proteaalonal  Roofing  Sarvlcss"  tecc  ���free  estimate*'  tpteltllslrtf In .11  Irpee et reeling  m MtwMnaT  In flint erne)..  .emt  \$mMSlUllUUV*l ImmTmZSim  MOWIMAL  H.3L Clettric "BKim  Lvry Andarion  For Prolessional & Courteous Service  UM-imi wanmkM.ii.  ntirmmt kmim  ��� rack, IX.tM UN     lss.ls.lM!l  If voii uui.'rc ntlvertisinri u<;ra  you'd  !><��� r a -. a 11 a ��� l. i  .ihta.at  VOllr%��:1f  -  Anil  sea  i.miiiIiI  nucrylioily olsi*  STILES ELECTRIC  Specialising In  ��� R-Mldwillal ��� BaiWWloni ��� Ham IntMMIon ���  Top quality work ��� Excellent references  Phono M3-92S6> Col 2M-29S7      Reg 17242  To list your busin45-BS with th*s -experti  CALL THE COAST NEWS 885-3930  EXCAVATING  W. D. EXCAVATING  MMIirOM    ^  ICAVAtiMHtm  r*# 886-9764   (MM 220-1530  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  A" 111 III K BOHCATSIKMC I  I \( .u.itmn  l.lltllstil|)l>  (tmslnii lum  MHOtn  .   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Property Development  Roads & Driveways  All Excavations ��� Free Estimates  885-7140  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  CENTURY ROCK  ^  Facings  Planters  885-59101  ./fHjA     POMFRET  ^^FtONSTRUCTIOrU  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  ���*ir^f��TT^t*raf?ir7,-mrnf.M��.ji,i,iija<rii<.j.a.flrai7iii  y RR2 S4I C5, Qlbsorn, B.C. V0N-1V0   Phone: 886-8900 J  i.   L' R  mm,  <J V       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH 1  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER M5-'  tm HALFIWOON BAjj  HEATING  SFCHELTFIRE PEACE  & GAS CENTRE  * G-ts ��� Wood  * Cookslovvi ��� Zero Clenranc  ��� All Vrntinq Systems ��� Complrto Srf/e* & InstalUttc  ��� Qualittt'd Dealer ��� Certified Technicians ���  SIIOWIMH >M X   l\ Mil IHH 'St  >o tl  ll hurt Htl   HHT*-7 I 7 I  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B'FJ Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across St  irom Big Mac s, Secneil.  t.itmwil vBandad  Pi\RKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  FJ WtNIIWt)W  linitlftiiitil * fJoi Installations &S*ruic*  Ftoa: (604) 588-6707  or toll Im pager: 1-979-4371  Propane &  Natural Gaa  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW S86-7111  V Showroom: <73 Payne Rd. Gibsons        ^  Iff you wern .i(l\M>iij*.iiii| here  yoii'tl !������� i *��� ,ulin��| nhont  voiii sirif - And so vuoulil  uverybuily rIso  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranleed  The t ompj��p tooflng ptroKr-utarvMs  Specialists  886-0920  ��  z-\  Installation of:  ���TAMKO Fibrejalass Roofing  ���INDAL Metal Roofing and  Cladding  ____W 'W0{v_e���e ?"d P5 V'^1 sjdin9  ���=S3���   'West Coasl Solarium Systems  FREE ESTIMATES  CALL 883-9551,  or Van. toll free 669-2604  Alter hours call Fraser Murphy 883-9767  a  CONTOUR  DESIGN  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  V.SHOWROOM, f.51 HWY. 101- GIBSONS ��� D.C. ��� PH/FAX: 886-3I9J/  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Cabinets I  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    *    res. 886-2231  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS'  889-9411  Cellular  844-4907  ' PRECISE PiUNTING & P1.ASTER '  ��� Compiele Cuaioin IVainting  ��� Stucco  ��� All Pluses of Drywall  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  State Fi**  ,8864928 Ertitntw^,  aVII��store  w*aamm A VII'STORE  Furniture Land  Highway tot, Bo�� S549. Secholl, B C. VON 3A0  Talephono (604) 865-5756 ��� Fax (604) 885-2756  /bRIAN'SROOFING & ATTIC VENTILATION^  nenooFiNa specialists ��� leak nEPAins  ���LOHANCO- WHIHLYBIRD AniC VENTS  . keeps Youra hok'e cool in summer  ��� PPEVENTS CONDENSAIIOM IN WffaiER  BflB LICENSEOA INSURED-FREE ESTIMATES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  1865-46601  SAHRrS CRANE SERVICE  8TONUFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON LIFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80  flbttofttRwhtti  jfourmdami  7  If you lA/ero ntlvertisinrj here  you'd hi; re��itfinn ��ibout  yoiirsi;!! - And so would YESJ we are still  ^ UPHERE  leisure  q09 Thrifty *  HELP THE  OonaMona   HMMI or Boa M  Ou. 7-tl4*  SECRET COVE - BRITISH COLUMBIA  COHO  SALMON  CHARTER FISHING  OPERATION  FOR DETAILS CALL (604) 3.24-8214  im PENDER HARBOUR met*  FRANCIS PENINSULA PLACE  <* PENDER HARBOUR mitt  MADEIRA PARK  The Fall Film Series has  been a regular feature at Ihe  Sunshine Coasl Arts Centre for  many years and Ihe 1992 schedule promises some exciling  evenings for film buffs. The  series begins Sepl. 30 and continues every other Wednesday  at 8 pm until Dec. 9.  A pass for all six films can  be purchased for $30 on Ihe  night of Ihe firsl film. Admission to individual films is $5.50.  Clip the following schedule  and keep il handy:  Sept. 30 - Alsino and Ihe  Condor, Central America 1982,  Dir. Miguel Littin; Oct. 14 -  Nostalghia. Italy 1983, Dir.  Andrei Tarkovsky; Oct. 28 -  Virgin Machine, Germany  1988. Dir. Monika Treul; Nov.  II -Canadian Double Bill: I'm  Happy, You're Happy 1990,  Dir. Velcrow Ripper (of Gibsons) and New Shoes 1990, Dir.  Ann Marie Fleming; Nov. 25 -  Sherman's March, USA 1985,  Dir. Ross McElwee.  Juried Show Opens  The 14th annual Juried Show  'View 14' opens to public view  at Ihe Arts Centre this Wednesday, Sepl. 23.  If you did noi attend the live  critique last Sunday, be sure to  attend the Artists' Reception al  2 pm Ihis Salurday, Sept. 26.  There you can talk lo all the  artists selected for exhibition,  see ihe chosen works and find  oul for yourself how the Sunshine Coasl slacks up in the  view of an experienced and  capable critic.  Refreshments will be served  and everyone is welcome.  Arts Centre hours are 11 am  lo 4 pm Wednesday to Salurday.  Memorial Service  The Arts Cenlre will be  closed lo exhibition viewers on  Sunday, Sepl. 27 due lo a  memorial service for June Sherwood al 1:30pm.  June will be remembered for  her enthusiastic and capable  contributions to the arls community, bul even more for her  character and friendship for  which she is much loved.  Evening of Vaudville fun,  entertainment to be staged  Your friends all tell you whal a ham you are! You should be on the  stage they all say. Now's your chance!  Driftwood Players are producing an evening of Vaudeville in  November. This should be an evening of fun and laughter, music and  melodrama. If you are an aspiring actor, singer or backstager, come  and find out more about it at 98 Kelly Road, Gibsons, Tuesday, Sept.  22 al 7:30 pm. Phone 886-7573 or 886-7476 for further information.  If you wern .nh/t-t Iishhj Ii��m  you'd In- itaitlnii] .iinmt  yoiirsolf -  And so would  n/nviiiiilv i;lso  INSULATION  Q  m  ��� Batt It Blown ��� Commsrclsl ���  ' Residential ��� New k Existing ���  886*8741  WRUDE  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  Tha Sunshine  Coast's Evinrudi  Daalar  ____(__  THE AU NEW  SPITFIRE SERIES \  mEVIHRUDE  COTTRELL'Sl  MARINE SERVICE L  886-3005  Charlie Passmore sits under a giant yellow cedar In the Caren  Range during a Friends of the Caren sponsored tour of the  region. Jane Seyd photo  Coast talent search winners  by Ruth Forrester  In 1991 a trio of attractive  young vocalists won their category in Ihe Youth Talent Search  in the Sunshine Coast area. This  contest was open to young talent  from all over the province, with  the winners given the opportunity to compete in the provincial  finals al Ihe PNE.  The group, comprising Kirsty  Beecham, Jennifer Sinclair and  Kristin Braun, became well  known locally as the Semi-  Tones, coached and encouraged  for several years by Nikki  Weber.  In the 1991 contest, although  they did not win the event, they  so impressed the judges that  they were invited to appear  again at this year's PNE.  Once again they became  finalists in the contest. There are  so many wide and varied competitors at the event that it was a  The Semi tones  great honour for the group to  win the semi-finals.  Apparently the winners, a  group of four male a capella  singers, were outstanding in  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  ftjeft**  il  Topping ��� Trimming *Pruning a Brush Chippsr  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  ��� salt Watei Licences _  . Mntel t. Camp-ties ��� Walei Taxi ..j,,,,  ��� Maiine Repaiis        ��� Ice & Tackle HO J-af.400.  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  If you w/orn .nlvei ti-.ioo lierc;,  you'tl li��- r��*arfinrj ahout  yourself - And so would  cvoryhody else*  MARINE SERVICES  CORRECTION  St. Mary's Hospital Society  The Annual General Meeting of the St. Mary's Hospital  Society will be held in the QLD Senior Citizens' Hall,  5691 Mermaid Street Sechelt, B.C.  Wednesday, September 30,1992 at 7:30 p.m.  E.H. Wright  Secretary to the Board  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  WkWKL  UTHERLAND  ..SALES �� 'FRVICE LTD������  BOX 342 Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0 W3-tttl24Hrs.  trilrC/ui/ir  ���TtlW OWVlVMMMOi  YANMAR  BOAT THAL��BS  Magnacharic Batteries  /DEPENDABLE   AUTO SERVICE  Did you knew...  Our BODY SHOP will make  Tour oar look Ilk* uw  6?*  fi  A  vj.   4  If you wort: ;idvortisincj her  you'll Ik- rfNidincf .iliout  yourself - And so would  overyliody elsi;  The South Gout's Only MAA APP10VED Shop  (Spssisl oonildtrttlon to BCAA msmbsrs)  fyWmWL  AUTOMOTIVE  their presentation.  Kirsty Beecham has sung  with Nikki's groups since she  was aboul seven years old, starting off with the group of little  ones called the Mini-Mob and  graduating as a teenager, joined  by Jennifer and Kristin to  become Ihe Semi-Tones.  This will probably be the last  year the girls will be able to get  together for practices, since they  have moved on lo other Ihings.  Jennifer is now studying  music and stage at Capilano  College, while Kirsty attends  Northwest Baptist College.  Kristin is at present in her lasl  year of high school at Elphinstone.  Although they may no longer  be singing as a group, these talented young people have every  right lo be proud of Ihe fad that  Iheir performances brought so  much pleasure lo Sunshine  Coasl audiences during Ihe past  few years.  Several charities also gained  from their willingness lo appear  ut shows which benefitted, to  name a few, the Cystic fibrosis  Inundation, Ihe Cancer Society  and the Senior Citizens Association.  &  weeaneer  ,Marina tf Resort Ltd  Localed m Secret Cove 885-7889  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K �� C Tltermoglass t_^ V^U  Cobra Boats now  1*^9 .. w*i ��^'*  In-Slack  l,',N:MIJ:i'  "outboards  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE )  r,,ci���m r,...;�����    Dicing a      a.     a  i Beams      AsLsU  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & "  Chris Napper 888-3481  R.RJ4, SS, C78,  Olbioni, B.C. VON IVO  GIBSONS: 886-0225  SECHELT: 885-6422  s % Puu _ %%__ 6% Sue Wmumt <  CLIP & SAVE  Obcfgrrigs Schedule  MNCOUVEH - SECHEI  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Laava Langdale  6:20 am 2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm    8:20  Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am   3:30  9:30        5:30 pm  11:30       7:25  1:15 pm   9:15  Leave Earls Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pm    10:20  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am   3:30 pm  7:35        5:30  9:30        7:30  11:30      9:20  t  Sussex  Realty  Your mainland connection.  Service is our business.  885-6102  ��� 669-8238 (toll free) 14        Coast News, September, 21 1992  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  Homes $���  Property  1    Homes &  Property  GSEAT VIEW LOT  Central Gibsons, quel cul-de-sac.  underground services, sever,  tacks on grasnuat. ready lo buid.  ���Hung S70.00C 886-9859 eves.  40*  SAVE THOUSANDS  For sale by Builder, brand ne��  strata unit one-halt ol lavo-larrtily  home. 3 bdim., 2 baths, garage  and carport, huge sundeck. well  designea and tult. Available now  for $124,000 Phone 886-8859  ���vans. 40*  * $137,900 *  Clean Mil designed 3 bdrm rancher on cul-de-sac Close lo terry,  shopping Bright interior, w/b  stove, 3 pc on-ste oft bag master  bedroom, ig lenced backyard. dt��  carport and more Mick 865-6340  ViHey Pacific 40*  Landscaped level vie* loi. Trant  Rd, SoamesPoint 58aU4 Excellent beach, close to ferry. $79,500  866-2575. S3BW  Timoercieek Estates ocean lol on  North Gale Fid. Sechelt. Road lo  lower building site, butstanding  view ot inlet $135.900 885-6443  40*  Immaculate 1756 sq. tt. 3 bdrm.  rancher on very private .65 acres  in Redroolls. Greal kitchen. Ig.  family room w/vaulted ceiling.  Close to store, beach and school.  $149,200.574-7790.        439W  Fully serviced view lot in Wesl  Sechell on 1/3 acre. Septic,  regional water, underground hydro  and telephone services in. Build  your dream home ot install mocaae  home. Comes complete with 24'  trailer 865-22I3 or 942-5098.39*  Watertront 3 bdrm home plus  do*nstarrs development potential  with large deck, small cabin on  Redrooffs. 1.3 acres with lower  shell at beach. $199,000 885-  5114. Jan McKenna. ss  3 bdrm 2 levei solid house. 30' a  15' work shop. 240' > 85' level lol.  Madeira Park. $95,000 874-0960.  38cn  By owner deluxe townhouse. Gibsons, over 1500 sq It. 180 degree  vie* ol ocean and mountains. 2  lull bathrooms plus lacuzzi, wrap  around balconies, den with deck.  Built-in vac syslem. top quality  appliances and carpels $139,000.  964-3457 collect pnncipals only.  36cn  New 3 bdrm. 1.400 sq It wilh mortgage helper down Tralee Place.  $179,900 Call Craig 866-2352.  38cn  $99,900 FOR QUICK SALE!  2 bdrm. house in Lower Gibsons.  Lot approx. 50x120. Interior newly  painted. 654 Gower Point Road.  886-4740. ��38W  By owner. VMCA Rd., Langdale,  roomy 2bdrm with finished basemenl. Large lot aod quality area.  $129.000.866-9290. SS  AtWERSON REALTY  CATALOGUE  saaecownaast.Boi.i2ie  Saw* BC   VON 3A0  aee-aiiFAxaes-nee  van. Tot Fiwa ess-eoie  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard,  1400 sq. ft. home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5935. ss  U! acre lol Lohn Rd. Redroolts.  controlled subdivision. $49,500. 1-  228-9680. ss  In Memory ol Anne Davidson.  Sept 22.1964 comes with a feeling we will never forget. A lady was  bom on Jan. 29, 1955, but turmoil  and lite was inside ot Anne and  she knew...bul she kept het hurt  within. A beautiful person, in so  many ways, we could never lose or  forget our love lor Arme. What she  is. was. beautilul. meamnglul.  amazing grace is now with her  Gentle Anne, we are thanktul and  happy the skies and rainbows are  around you Ever remembered by  Dad. Lynne. Wayne. Judy, Tern.  Many. Shern, Bruce and nieces  and nephews. S38CN  For Better Health end  Wetwelnfl!  Therapeutic bodywork combining  Lsaien and Swedish. Reiki and  Craniosacral. Usha Ihome 866-  2750 ��39W  THINKING  OF SELLING  1 dont lock tt it m buying or se*ng  boutm l (oo* 41 it m li��|wio caaopaa  acnaaw aahat fhalv aa nt out ot et.'  NoqumtoN ��oaji ir��  CALL  KIN SHIARSMITH  88*4.177  Gnlu-fc  21   I maun**.  STie Ttmno jr. sechelt  CLASSIFICATIONS  t.    Honw *% Piopsity  j.  4.    Irak  1  e.  T.  *.  ts.  ii.  11. Pets �� Ltvestaxk  11. Music  14. Travel  II. Wanted  M. Free  17. Oarate tesse  M. ���ecMrtTra*  H.  II.  11  t*.  M. Traeto  M.  31.   rOf ReNn  92.   COflHMafCWl Wf MM  ii.  M.  aw* wtawiwo io nvtii  Mi Wool WiMm  17.  CMMCsre  N. BiielTwee OpportunlNee  M. Level  40. TeelatetoCleeeaTy  OBOP OFF VOU��  ssssva-  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 183-281*  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9531  In Halfmoon Bay  B*J STORE 113-9433  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 88314110  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  ������Mai "31 Cowrio Slrttci 883 3930        4f|a**fe,  jBm    in Gibsons    ^^  THE COAST NEWS  Ihclliml pockaldii Pharmacy I 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  48' x 330' ol prime low bank water-  front in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fined up for  recreational or rental use Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2).  Double garage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jenniler 1-689-  7070.  There's always service with a smile when you  place your classifieds at B&J Store, our  Friendly People Place In Halfmoon Bay.  George and Krista are pleased to  announce Ihe quick and sate  arnval of their 7 pound, 3 ounce  daughter, Allysa Taylor Helga  Missfeldt, born September 10,  1992 at 12:38 am at St. Mary's  Hospital. Proud grandparents are  Gerald and Rose Martin, Gibsons;  and George Missfeldt Sr., Sechelt.  ���38CN  POLLOCK - Cameron James was  born September 9, 1992 at St  Paul's Hospital in Vancouver  weiahing 7 lbs, it oz. Proud parents ere James Bruce and Diana.  Very proud Grandparents are:  Bruce's mother, Ann Gibb of  Granthams Landing: Bruce's  father, Jim and his wife Ann Pollock of North Vancouver and  Diana's parents, Marius and  Joanne Vos of Victoria.      38w  Richey - George, Jan and Kyia are  thrilled to announce the birth of  their twin boys, Connor Alexander  and Stuart Marsh on August 14,  1992 at Grace Hospital. Hank and  Bubba no more! I3BW  LILY HAMMOND would like lo  thank the lady who went lo Polly  Woodman lor help when she lound  me unconscious on the road  Thank you lo Polly and Ihe kind  gentleman who held my head oil  the ground. Thank you to the quick  ambulance service. 38cn  A delivery-room Ml ol stars to Dt  Burtin and statl of St. Marys especially Cheryl and Ariene, and an  the excellent coaches. Thanks  Irom George. Krista and Allysa.  ���38CN  NONIE HILL WOULD LIKE TO  THANK HER MANY FRIENDS ON  THE SUNSHINE COAST FOR  THEIR GIFTS OF FLOWERS ETC  AND THEIR VERY GOOD WISHES. 38w  To Lilie Eidet and her helpers and  to everyone whose presence at  Harmony Hall on Augusl 2 made  our 60th Anniversary very special.  Wiljo and Florence Wiren. 36w  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Paints  HAPPY 29*  Love, The Giris  Early 40's Popeye wilh sailboat  seeks OtiveOyl (and maybe Sweet  Pea) for sailing and domestic  adventure. Write Alex, Box 1446,  Ganges, BC VOS 1E0.    I38CN  'Patti is FO' Just 3 mths. to go  from the 21 st. S3BCN  IT'S MAGIC ��� IT'S EASY - IT  WORKS The DIET PILL of the  21st Century. Increases energy -  burns tat - eliminates appetite  immediately. It's affordable - ONLY  $59.95 incl. GST. People all over  town are talking about this product.  All NATURAL CHINESE HERBS-  NO CHEMICALS. Call after 6:C  pmMM<��w7.'  '���  Parapsychology   disscussion  group. If interested call 886-3261  40cn  Counsslling  Individual, couple and lamily therapy. For appointment Mary Lang  39w  BENSON: Passed away Sept. 15,  1992, Bernard Sigvard (Ben) Benson, late ol Quesnel and formerly  of Gibsons, in his 80th year. Survived by his loving wife Ruth; three  stepchildren: Doug and wile Terry;  Diane and husband Ron: Steven  and wife Lisa; six grandchildren:  Donny and Ariene; James and  Amy; Nicole and Shane; lour sisters and their families: Oga, Loretta. Ariene and Ruth. Predeceased  by a brother Steven. Life member  ol Sons ol Norway Sleipner Lodge  No. B, and the Full Gospel Busi-  nessmens Association. Memorial  service Tues., Sept. 22 at 3 pm in  the Calvary Baptist Church, Gibsons, Reverend Calvin Mclver officiating. Devlin Funeral Home,  directors. I36CN  SHERWOOD: June E. died suddenly Sept. 15,1992, age 59. Survived by her loving partner Stuart  Mackenzie ol Sandy Hook; her  brother Alden and his wile Mae;  niece Susan; nephew David; brother Ken and his wife Eleanor and  family, of Victoria; and many caring  Iriends. A graduate of the University of Manitoba, June moved to the  Sunshine Coast in 1968 where she  continued her career as a brilliant  and sensitive artist, illustrator, animator and graphic designer. Most  recently, June and Stuart established their Graphic House Design  firm. In tribute to June, there will be  a memorial service at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre, Sechelt  on Sun., Sept. 27,1992 at 1:30  pm. In lieu of flowers, donations  may be sent io the Sunshine Coast  WikJrfe FlBhaMitafen Centre.  ���36CN  KIY SCOUTS Of CANADA  Vancouver-Coast Region  cordially invites you to the  70th Anniversary  Celebration  Cfliflfi Vyttff  Sechell Peninsula  Saturday, Sept. 26  Tours, displays, activities -10 am to 3 pm  Caremony and Birthday Cake al 1 pm  Bus 885-2923  Res. 885*5058  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 eVdo;. 666-6039.  TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  685-7883.24 hour line.     TFN  Applause to all vaudevillians who  audition on Tues Sept 22 at 96  Kelly Rdal 7:30 pm. 666-7573  38cn  ANYONE  receiving free clothing or other articles Irom 623 Hwy 101 please  phone 686-3504 40*  Adult children of Alcoholics or dis-  tunclionai families please call 886-  3649 or 8654622 for help.  NC  Gibsons Shilo Ryu liosukai 112th  year on the Sunshine Coast) welcomes new members. Place: St.  Aidans Hall, Rbls. Ck. Price:  S20/mo. Time: Adults: Tues. S  Thurs. 7:30-9:00 pm, Sunday  10:30-12 pm. Kids: Tues.�� Thurs.  6:30-7:30 pm. Contact James  McCarthy at 886-3306 or Trevor  Johnston at 885-9454 or Dennis  Rogers at 865-3838. Member  Nation Karate Association, Sport  BC, Karate BC, World Union ol  Karate Organizations and Japan  Karate Federation.        I39W  *  gimons ^  WINTER  CLUB  Curling starting  October. Now Is  the) time to  register! Forms at  the'Club, Gibsons  Building Supplies  or Sunshine  Coast Insurance.  -rwv*  ���FOR BETTER HEALTH AND  WELL BBNu"'POLARITY  THERAPY"  Reduces Stress (the underlying  cause of illness) raises energy  level, reduces chronic pain and  tension. Located in Sechelt Wed.  and Thurs. pm Call Vonnie 663-  9653 40W  "Counselling1  Specializing in eating disorders,  depression, recovery from abuse.  Mary Pinneger MA, RCC. 885-  0667 39w  Planning A Special Occasion?  Illusions Restaurant has full facilities for large or small groups. Banquet or a-la-carte menu available.  For more information call 685-  0900. TFN  Anger and stress counselling call  Duncan Fraser 8854*867. 38cn  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need to talk?  CaU the Sunshine Coast Transition  House for confidential 24 hr. service. 685-2944. TFN  Individual, Couples 1 Family  Counselling. Sliding Scale available. Jan Michael Sherman. 865-  5166. TFN  Rainbow Preschool Roberts  Creek, enroll now lor October.  Joyce 886-8096. #39W  Benefit  DANCE  Sat., Sept. 26  Gibsons Legion Hall  6 pm to 1 am  Music by  TOP SECRET  SICaliokat at the Party stop, Sunnycrest Ma*, Coast News, Roberts  Creek Store. *38W  %.  Hardman Photography  886-OQ88  Medical Masssgs Therapy.  David Dressier, R.M.T. Gibsons  Health Centre, 886-3622.   38w  Sailing Lessons - 7.6 ton 33 It.  sloop. $8.50 per hr. 885-7345.  I38W  Leslie Elletl  Creative Denes Classes  For children 3-12 yrs. Gibsons  United Church Hall. Register now  for Fall. Call 866-9044.      38w  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  BENEFIT  (for John Storey)  Dance and end of summer gathering ��� Sept. 26 ��� Gibsons Legion  Hall. $107person, Hue music.��38W  Homeschooling? Interested in  homeschooling? Resource/Information Meeting to be held on Sept.  21 at 7 pm and Oct. 20 at 7 pm.  Phone 686-2227. I38CN  INDUSTRIAL RRST AID WEEK-  ENDS  Starts Sechelt Sept. 26 and  Madeira Park Nov. 7. Special rates  lor volunteers and union members.  Reg. tuition $400. Phone 883-  9699. Pre-iegistration required.  ���40W  LOO ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  GOLFERS SPECIAL  Goll Pride and tacky Mac Grips  installed S6 each, 1 day service.  Edward 885-7515 40*  Fell Clesrance Sale  New and used sea kayaks and  canoes. Dry bags, books, accessories Pedals and Paddles 68b-  6440 al Porpoise Bay Manna  Men  Leam to scuba dive Professional  instructors. Full Padi Certification  Seasport Scuba 685-9830  TFN  1 way airline ticket to Montreal  (male) Sept. X $150 OBO 885-  6416 38w  Approved child's car seal, reasonable 866-3230. MOW  Good home lor electric organ.  Please call 866-3230.     MOW  Property wanted: 1/2 to 1 acre  trom owner. Gen 731-0696 aft. 6  pm 40cn  6' Camperette or well insulated  canopy lor 6' 485-4704 ask lor  Kelly 40*  Wooden padde for kayak. Denise  885-5166. TFN  Nontake-Atriston dinner ware 886-  9346 3��w  Barbie Dolls and accessories and  other small dolls. Call Betty 866-  2673 39w  Near Whart Restaurant, blue and  gold Rotary Paul Hams Fellowship  lapel pin. Reward. Please call  Cater 885-5756 38cn  Lge orange/white cal, L'Orange  neutered male. New lo area. Lost  from 530 Marine. Mon Sept 14. II  seen or found, please call 866-  9151 36cn  2 Grand Slam goll clubs, Garden  Bay - Pender Harbour. 965-4551  collect. 40cn  $1,000 reward!  Sadly missed, white, Persian/  Himalayan long-haired cat, with  orange tail and orange ears. Blue  eyes, neutered male. Lost Aug. 25  N. Van. Has been seen on the  Ferry coming to Sunshine Coast.  Any info call collect 980-2672  3801  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  ���#  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Free Home Delivery  ol Farm Fresh Milk  and Dairy Products  ANYWHERE on the  Sunshine Coast.  4Ljuo  $3.8? ��������  IL bottle     v-J,  $1.19   -m  Call John*  ���THE  UDDER  GUY"  885-5577  tr  Planning A Special Occasion?  Illusions Restaurant has full facilities tor large or small groups. Banquet or a-la-carte menu available.  For more information call 665-  0900. TFN  12 Pets .ind  Livestock  2 Multi-poo pups to good homes.  885-9693 after 1:30 40w  Reg Caim terriers. 8B6-313440W  Reg. Boxer pups $500 ��� 4 males, 5  females - 2 brindle, 7 lawn. 686-  7013 40w  Free to good home, 6 yr. old male,  neut. Corgi X. 88643659. MOW  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then 8 Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 666-  47l6orMattee Fashions.   NC  Female Terrier X, 2 yrs., free to  good home. 865-5369.   I3BW  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pel NC  Moving - surplus household tods,  etc. Basement - 6369 Redrooffs  Sept. 2610)03 38cn  Saturday Sept 26 10-2, Sechelt  Elementary Gym. Proceeds to  Amnesty International, contributions requested. For pick-up call  Shirley 883-1154, Roger 865-  7143, Rob 666-3622 36cn  Moving sale - From Sept. 3 to 20.  1008 Morth Rd. 38w  CENTERUNE PERFORMANCE  AUTO RESTORATIONS  Body WorkS Painl  Swap  '  for cars, trucks or whatever?$  Paint jobs starting at  CARS $389  TRUCKS $449 UP  Fot Info phone 666-9972 or 686-  7227. #38W  Almost new 1 yr old Danby easy-  clean gas stove. Electnc ignition.  $450 O.B.0.686-7604        39w  Ttatc and. Kmu  Fixwiiune  CaN Hwy., 101  GIBSONS  886-4716  PIANO TUNING  For service and repair call Sunshine Piano 685-3168     40w  GUtTAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles  and applied theory. First lesson  tree. Beginners welcome. Steve  686-2365. *40W  COASTUNES MOBILE MUSIC  We play the music you want to  hear. To book your Dance Music  call 884-5430. ��43W  Piano, like new $1750 -683-2329  ss  WANTED: Small piano. Phone  686*839. ��40W  GUITAR LESSONS  BEGINNERS THRU TO INTERMEDIATE, CLASSICAL THRU TO  JAZZ. ALL AGES. MICHAEL  BLOCH 886-9747. I39W  1991 Lowry organ like new, cosl  $15,000, asking $10,000. Violin  very old, good condition. $250  865-7489 alter 4 pm        39w  Prolessional violinist from England  now accepting students in Gibsons  and Haltmoon Bay. Exceptional  credentials. Cello lessons also  available in Gibsons by Vancouver  musician . Contact Lyn Vernon.  88643995. 38w  B Flat Trumpet with case, $200.  686-9227. I38W  Love seat and sola contemp. style  - oak w/tan upholstery. $500  O.B.O. 8654764 40w  Bunk beds, dresser, night stand,  captain's bed, Ikea sola bed. 886-  6196. I39W  Front room wall unit, good shape.  $230.886-8968. (67 x 63') 38w  Large brown tweed sectional,  $100; 4 piece walnut coloured wall  unit, $100,685-6272 or 885-9063.  new  ���We can sell It lor Youi Consignment Sale furniture appliances and  sporting goods. Call us and find  out more 686-0225.       ��39w  Moving Sale! Rowing machine  $50; rattan love seat $50: Atari and  10 games $50: bar stools $20; king  sz. 4-poster w/b $150. Many other  Items 686-7697 36cn  Singer, electric or treadle $200  O.B.0.885-2769     38cn/39cn  King size waleibed $125 O.B.O.  Wanted: Commodore software and  games 886-2373 40w  16 hp garden tractor comes with  dozerblade 46' momer, good  cond. 685-3681. $1200 O.B.O.40W  10 x 7 steel craft roll up garage  door, complete, $200 - clean  portable toilet $30.683-2990  40w  Does someone in your family have  a dnnking problem? CallAI-Anon _  866-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059. Disney World and Beach Deluxe  Al-Ateen 886-2565. accom. Honda, 6 nts. $200 O.B.O.  NC 686-4588 36w  ROYAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES  at competitive prices.  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  885*2171  Qpt*n7diy8a*a#  Folding bed, $40; -ingle bed, $40;  12 It. sq. gold carpet, $65.886-  2077. M8CN  Fndge $150-885-3611    38cn  Danby 12 cu. ft. Indge. $1X OBO,  Mustang floater suit (medium),  $100,886-2792 S38CN  Window. 3x5 sealed dbl. glass.  alum. $50.686-9623    I38CN  Fisher wood stove. $250 OBO  886-7545. ��40W  Student desk with chair, as new.  $65; elec. broom, $35; 21' colour  TV with Gerok) converter, $200,3-  way base reflect, speakers, 80 W,  $175; VCR, $165.88643487 MOW  WANTED - Pink or green depression glass. 886-2751.     S40W  Square dance dresses, size 16.  crinolines. Phone 686-2459138W  Girls 16" bike 'Strawberry shortcake'$45 88843445       40cn  RSF Ardent Mk4 airtight heater  used 1 winter, new $1995, sell lot  $950 5330 Snodgrass Rd 39*  Telescope Magmcon Star Gazer  ���2334 $75; antique rolltop desk  (not oak) $850.883-2661   40w  Bateman print Iramed 'Evening  Light' earlier work $1,200. BB6-  5322 40w  Regency Fireplace Insert, glass  front $300 734-7983 40w  Burning battels $15 each. 865-  5703 anytime 40w  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pick-up load or 2 lds/$30.  Robeits Creek. 885-9969  43*  Moving: 5604 Pebble Cres.  Sechelt. Household Furniture etc.  86543119 40w  Water bed, single comp. w/lrame  and heater, teak and nogahlde  armchair, dressing table w/mirror,  twin bed head boards, 24' alum,  extension ladder, wheel barrow,  axes, splitting wedges, fireplace  irons. 885-3549 40*  Table charm dinner ware set. Victoria pattern service lor 8. B85-  6040 39*  Kitchen cabinets (used) - Pecan  finish by 'Crestwood' 865-7798  betore8pm 39*  Pressure cooker $50 - wool mattress cover $60 - Samsonrte cases  $45-O.B.O. 885-5125 SS  Arts 4 Cratts/Fumiture/Books/Cap-  puccino. Molly's Lane Market.  Open every day 88&8078.I39W  96 round 30-30 calibre ammunition. 30c per round, or 25c each il  you take all. Earte 686-7959.I39W  Wood-burning radiant heater, asking $125. Earte 886-7969.I39W  17 It. Sears fibreglass canoe complete with electric motor (needs  prop.). Never used, oars and oar  locks, 2 paddles and two med. Me  jackets. All lor $350. Earle 886-  7959. I39W  Older upright Ireezer, runs great,  $50; small Sanyo stereo, $25;  lamp, $25.886-9005.     D39W  Oueen sz. waterbed with headboard and accessories, $100;  Bauer skates, sz. 8 men's; Lazer  skates, sz. 9 men's, $50 ea. 686-  8005. I39W  26 cubic, upright Ireezer, good  working cond.; used automatic  washers. 886-9959.       I39W  Dbl bed w'hd.brd. $50; semi-auto  Simonov 7.62x 39mm, Sling and  bayonet $200; 12' fiberglass boat ���  (fete oar locks. Good cond. $350.  886-7521 39*  Truck winches, 8,000 lbs, 10,000  lbs; flatdeck trailer 6*17; 6' motorized jointer planer wftti starvl. 885-  7213 39*  Williamsburg 3-light dining reom  fixture $95; 2-lixlure, 7' chains to  centre base, swag light fixture $35.  Several pieces brown tweed wool  carpet. 3'6x8', 4'x5', 3'6'xB' to  S'5xi V pink carpet pieces $10 to  $15 each; 40'x30' dresser mirror  $30; very solid office desk chair,  needs re-uphotstenng $40,12'x24'  brawn or while, new roof valley tin  $12; golf balls $4 to $6 per dozen.  885-4099 39*  Brand new man's 28' Rosdmasier  mountain bike 18 sp Shimano  gears $250.886-7521      39*  Kerosene heater $40, BID skill-  saw $40, VCR $75,303 iMe $125,  Johnston 3hp OB motor $150.  886-6487. 38w  Furnace oil tank, size, 250g containing 85.6g oil, valued $140, for  $50. Quantity ol security heavy  duty cedar trellis lencing and  posts. 886-4547,10am-6pm38w  3 1/2 sq. #2 IB' taper-satvn shingles, $200.88543804        38*  '87 GMC pick up box, no fust  $450. BOX lb. Warn winch $400.  685-4029 38*  17' Grumman Eagle canoe with 3  life jackets $900 O.B.0.885-9643.  38*  Fresh local lamb lor sale. Mason  RtU-ptt 885-3506.       36*  L Coast News, September, 21 1992 15  Take Advantage of oar New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times,  and pay for* only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  latoving: teak desk, Danish style  recliner, twin bed with mattress,  solid oak chalra, elect, lawn  mower, chest, freezer t5cu.lt.,  885-3549 39*  2 beautM glass and rattan shelf  units. One tall and arched, ont  k*hor��r,$350.CnelOa��aat,t>��ge  $175. One single bad mattress,  bookcase hd btd $75.886-7520   38w  Seasoned Rr Firewood, spat arid  delivered $90 ��� P.U. Load.  Richard. 883-2562.       Mien  Super-8 or reguiar-8 movie cam-  en md projector, also screen tripod end light. $125.686-9420.  TFN  0000 HAY  $lOMr*Ma<Md  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  Ca��Ba3ti��een12-1pm  MMX7  TFN  Sewer rafting machine on trailer 3  hpengme.ebitsuptolO'. Excet-  tert condition. $450 885-9068. as  Firewood, spit and delivered, $100  cord.683-94X. f38W  Jumbo Prawns  Fresh Irozen, tails, may deliver.  Steve1119Che*4er.686-8094.  ���36W  New vinyl windows, double glazed.  4 0 4x5', 4 at 4x4', $200 each.  Yamaha Generator 4000, pd  $2200 sell $1500, electric lawn-  mower $50, Ton gaa mower $100.  886-3926.  Ween  Fireplace insert, exc. cond., $250,  men's Raleigh 10 sp. bike, $65; 3  seater seat for GMC van, with seal  belts and mounting plates, $170;!  cyl. Onan diesel engine, 14.5 HF  recaJt to menut. specs, elect, start  $1500; 5 HP Seagull outboard  $350.8864)227. IXW  Airco Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 885-9276 IS  SALE  8'cedar 4x4's, $6 each. 885-5031.  st  Grow Great garlic. Get ready for  fall planting ol large organic garlic.  One pack 20 cloves. ($5.00) incl  postage (planting Instructions.  Send to Organic Cntk Firm,  RRI2, S20, C-14, Gibsons, BC,  VON IVO. TFNs  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoi.  $110 load. 886-3204. ts  Anything: Gave us a make $ model  l II required, how much you want  to spend. Wei try our best. 886-  9033. TFN  Paiker + HoteX.X,3x9Biashnell  scope. Marlin 444s Winchester,  Oueen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 685-5467. ts  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, ergonomic  design grip bed, $650 OBO. 886-  7X7. St  SATELLITE SALES  Green OntaiEerlh Station  (144240  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES (LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut 885-5669  01885-5601. TFN  Brown hide-t-bed, $75; pr. bedroom lamps, $10; baby gates. $10,  $15 etc. 886-7375.        I38W  naff sewing mach. Hobbymatic  936,1 yr. old, $500.888-9726.  I36W  Miele 12 sp. facing bike, $150;  Admiral dryer, exc. cond., $75;  Atomic 200 skis with Look bindings, $100; umbrtlla stroller, like  mw, $30.8853707.      838W  SO year old wood burning cook-  stove, U-pek up, $50.686-7547.  ���38W  Two foktng 3 spd. bikes, like new,  have original bills and warranties,  cost $350 ea., sell $199 ea. 883-  2248 ___  IM Pacer, invalid electric scooter,  exc. cond., $900 OBO. 885-2440.  new  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.  1988 Plymouth Ctravelle, low 1974 Odsmobile, new biakes and  mileage, good condition, $5,500. exhaust. Mechanically sound,  885-7489alter4pm 39*      $2400060. 885-1943.      tt  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $9000(30.886-3648 SS  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  1991 B-1550 Kubota tracker and  loader, 4 WD, Bl-spaed turn, exc.  cond., 350 hours, paid $15,800  must sell $11,000.X5-9654.I40W  J.D. 440 Skldderrbtl. eng. (trans.  Must see. $9500.865-3670.840W  BOBCAT &   ^  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments Available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538 220-8767  l _     ��� _j       aa**  1977 JO 410 backhoe, good working condition, $10,800 OBO. 686-  7372 or 685-5730. SS  955 CAT loader $10,000 665-2503  1973 Chevy Van, rusty but runs  well, mag wheels, $400 OBO;  1977 Dodge Aspen station wagon,  good shape, slant 6, $500 OBO.  86543351. I39W  '74 Ford Granada, brand new  molor, have ell receipts; 115 Ford  Falcon, 2 dr. hardtop, very restor-  able, offers; 132 Toyota 4X4 SR5,  lilt, sliding back window, $2000.  885-4083. I39W  1982 Mercury Lynx low miles!  4spd, good cond, blue. $1850.  885-9001 36w  1990 Nissan Micra 43,000 km,  two-door, five speed, ratable economic transportation, still on warranty. $5,995.886-9294.   38*  1979 Mercury Bobcal Villager Stn  W. a/ps/pb, tape deck, V6. $600.  683-2530 36*  1960 Fotd Fairmont, p/s, p/b. No  rusl, am/lm cassette radio. New  rear tires, new brakes, $1,000  O.B.O. 886-8516. 36*  1975 Nova 350 V8. good transportation $650.685-7453. 38cn  Great Car, Great Prlcei  1985 Chev. Spectrum, exc. cond.,  1980 Olds Cutlass 4 dr, 6 cyl.  auto. Clean, runs well. $875. 686-  0240 39w  1979 Dodge Caravel. Runs good  lor parts. $500 O.B.O. 885-5794  36w  1979 Cougar slightly damaged.  Runs ok. $250 O.B.0.883-9392  39w  1965 Safari $4,500.688-2078  39*  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 686-7378 ss  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms.,  P.T. warranty, $4500 OBO. 866-  6922 ss  '86 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2833 or 886-7484.  SS  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Deed Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  (86-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  683-9234. ss  1965 Sprint good cond. 60,000 mis  $2500.885-2236 40cn  1979 Mustang, power  steering/brakes, s/rool, good work  car $800 O.B.O. 886-9969 40cn  1990 Escort LX fully loaded, must  see $5,999 -865-4064     39cn  California driven rust-free 1981  Datsun 310 4-spd. Runs great  135,000 well-maintained miles.  $1600.885-9449 40cn  1973 VW Beetle, gas heater extra  snow tires $1800.885-4019  40w  1980 Sunbird V6, auto, low miles.  No rust. $800 O.B.0.686-7227  3801  GERMAN 1977 CAPRI  Giha sporls coupe. Red, runrool,  black int., buckets and split fold-  down, lift back. 2.8L V8 4tpd. No  rust, good dutch, brakes, new tires  $1,100 O.B.0.886-7227     38cn  Good selection used Ires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  865-4004 SS  1960 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,  Raxy nms, $2600. 665-7113.  It  1978 Plymouth Fury. Exc. brakes  and titts. Good running cond.  $300.885-5499 40*  1966 Landrover, $800 OBO. 886-  3854. MOW  '78 Chevy Impala. Auto., A/C,  PS/PB, mint condition, $2800.  8880949. ��38W  1988 Dodge Aries LE, air, one  owner, exc. cond., $6000 OBO.  MOW  Repair* 9 Parte  MECHANIC  <mi Haw ���*���#*����� a, Mlewart fat  886-7227  TOWING  Fully    241  Inaurad hra/D  baft  1968 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $7,495.  886-7520 or 686-21 It.        ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext., rebuilt engine (transmission. Priced to se�� $3650 Ca> 886-  8510 after 600 pm. ss  1981 AMC, auto, good cond. No  rust. $1950 OBO 885-1942.  SS  1977 Volvo DL, rusty, reliable, new  parts. $500 OBO 885-1942.     ss  1971 LandRover - 88 completely  rebuilt. $7500 OBO. PTO Avail.  883-2669. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellent condition, new dual exhaust, radial t/a  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down lor lamily size  car or 11tl. camper. 885-9068.  '77 Ventura, v-6 ltd. only 66,000  mi. Oean, new radiais, $750.885-  9553. SS  1985 Citation II, V6, 4 spd. Only  33,000km. $3200. 885-9553. ss  '77 Camaro, 39,000 otg. miles.  White int. excellent. Rusty $950  OBO. 686-2111 ss  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  886-7150. SS2  1989 GMC Tracker. 4 wheel dnve,  5 speed. Hardtop. $9000. 866-  4589. ss  1985 Ford 1/2 ton 4X4. 6 cyl.. 4  spd. with winch, $4500. Phone  886-2335 eves, or lv mess.t3BW  1981 Ford F250,4x4 with rock box  $6500 886-4599 ss  1981 Chev 1/2 ton Scotlsdale,  canopy, tilt, cruise. PS/PB. two-  lone, nee truck, $2500. 886-3490,  to* free 1-977-7349. ss  1979 Ford F150 4x4, 300 6 cyl,  $1800-885-2155 40w  4X4 Scout, old but great off road  vehicle, perlect lor Keats. New  shocks and charging system, 4 cyl.  engine, 3 spd. standard. BUI 886-  3938. MOW  1979 Chev 3/4 ton PU with  canopy, very good running cond.,  $18X030.885-9969.   MOW  1988 Nissan SE P/U 4X4 king/cab,  4 sp. auto. V6, $12,750.896-7564.  MOW  '75 Dodge 1 ton dumptruck,  inspected, $4200. 865-4638 or  885-7051. I36CN  1980 GMC Van, propane powered  aulo. Excel cond. $4800.865-3426  eves. 40*  1962 Datsun King-cab low mileage  5sp.. radio and cass. Some body  rust $850 O.B.O. 886-3526 40*  1991 S10 4x4. Many options. 886-  0290 40cn  1985 F250XL 4x4 diesel, 120,000  kms. $9,000 ��� O.B.O. 885-4455  after 6 pm 39*  5th wheel trailer hitch, $150 060.  I39W  1974 GMC bus. 48 to 75 passenger with luggage compartment. Gd  conation $2000 -1975 Dodge RV  bus, good condition, lully loaded  $8000.885-7699 eves.     40w  1987 Elite Chev X V-6 350 Motor.  Non smoker, toilet, shower, sleeps  4, many extras. Low mileage,  excellent condition $19,995.885-  7815after6pm 40*  78 Dodge van, lully camperized,  lor sale or trade for small pickup.  866-8987. (MOW  10 1/2 It camper, 3-way Iridge,  stove, oven, toilet, furnace, pressure, sleeps 4, $500.886-8445  40cn  1976 Dodge camperized van,  auto, p/s,p/b, cruise, rear bed, cupboards, icebox, sink, $1,500.318  eng. 866-2512 ss  1976 Dodge XTC Getaway van,  $6995 0130.885-2689.   ��38W  1976 Travel trailer, 13 tt. 3-way  Iridge, stove, toilet, heater $2,000  O.B.O. 885-8487. X*  1985 Komlort 5th wheeler. Sleeps  6 excel, cond. $11,000.885-7963  Xw  1979 Ford Truck and camper  needs minor repairs. $2,995  O.B.O. Phone X5-53X to view.  aeon  Wanted: 10-11.5 It. '89 or newer  camper in mint condition. 886-  9442. 36cn  24' Fibertorm cruiser 255 FWC  OMC V6. OMC Leg s/s Prop. 16  hp Evinrude, dinghy, sounder,  stand-up head, galley, tape deck,  am/tm CB, survey papers, E2  loader tandem trailer. $10,000 Call  885-7470 38*  For sale or Irade tor small airplane  26 tl. pleasure lug. Atomic 4  engine.  Conlact  box   1542.  Sechelt.  3Bcn  15 tt. lamily sailboat, double hull.  one sail, previously owned by the  Beachcombers TV series. Asking  $1,500,886-8934. 38cn  13'fiberglass open twat $150 3  hp Seagull O/B $125.6 hp Johnson O/B $350. l.5hpTazO/B  $1X685-7453. 38cn  1992 Rampage 16.5 cenlre console whaler, w/wo power. Locally  built factory direct Irom $14,600  X5-7453. 36cn  196120' double Eagle hardtop 2X  HP Volvo 260 leg. (H-6). Gibsons  Maiina, $17,5X. 886-2694.     ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-X-3O-40-X70 HP 1969-19X  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456. TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local  propellor repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  12 ft. aluminum boat $600. 885-  7167. 38ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  fast and in top condition, surveyed  value $8X0, offers I Irades considered. 886-2738. SS  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-260 Leg. new engine, low  hours, lots of extras, $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 or 463-6959.    ss  19 ft. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhausl manifold, $3500.886-3457.       ss  Moorage - Sechelt. 2 dollars per  foot per month. Royal Reach Motel  8 Manna. 885-7844.        TFN  Working mother ot one urgently  needs 1 lo 2 bedroom house/cot-  tage by Oct. 1 il possible. 686  0144. I39W  Young lamily looking to rem race  2-3 bdrm home on acreage, prel  Gibsons area. Long term II reasonable. 665-9X1. S39W  Long-time Coast residents, working couple, require rental accom  Have rels. Please call 885-5460  39w  Prolessional couple w/2 children  looking to tent 3-4 bdrm home in  Qbs/Sech area. 46243879 39cn  SAVE $1,000  17 ft. Double Eagle, highllner trailer lull  instrumentation, 140 hp Merc cruiser, 7.5 beam. 416  hr. on rebuilt VHF Lowrance depth finder, 24 gal.  aluminum gas tank, heater, fresh water cooled S?i800.  REDUCED TO $6,500.  885-4016  1979 Cadillac Seville diesel, no  rust, grey $3X0. Call 8B6-46XSS  1X1 Volvo 242DL sun root, cloth  seats, trailer hitch $3900. 885-  7682 40w  1X9 Pontiac Firebird, 5 spd., T-  roofs, 24.000 kms., $10,0X, BK-  4941 IXW  CHEAP! FBI/U.S. SEIZED  89 MERCEDES $2X  XVW $X  67 MERCEDES $1X  65 MUSTANG $X  Choose Irom thousands starting  $25. 24 Hour Hotline. 601-379-  2935. Copyright IBC104JCM5*  1X7 Tracer, 4 door, X.OOO kms.,  exc. cond., $3,995 OBO. 885-  4488 MOW  '79 Pontiac Lemans, very good  eng., good cond., $1100 OBO.  866-7262. MOW  26ItOwtnt,$1M0;gt8pump ,mfMs,i2_^Goaiwmrs1  andX0gal.tank,$1X;rotoMar, ordff| oAjin_ j25O00-Bi0-.  $100; two Pioneer P-20 chain- 1976 AMC Pacer 2 dr, auto, $4X  gws, $50 pr 883-9107. I38W O.B.O.X6-20X Xw  1980 Olds Cutlass 4 dr, 6 cyl.  auk). Clean, runs wok. (875.896-  0240 Xw  Dining room suite, $3X; sola,  it3ckari-hair-*,$1X;pBechbad-  t-prtad ( Mm, $��p tint nek,  $20; cafltt WHe and end tables,   itng Cougar tunny epo<ta, bright  $1X, .Metric typMitt'.SX. (86- red, computehzed. Low mileage,  2717. IXW      tawleu $13,750- 865-450139*  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  885-4004  1M1 Ford Granada as is, $5M  OBO.8668095. TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-t oond., low  n*ege$900OBO886-X25   it  Used Camaro T-Top, $4K for the  set, with covers, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1979 F1X 4x4 mint condition, 2-  lone paint, new tires/brakes, runs  perfect, $3,900 O.B.O. BX-X15,  Dermis. Xcn  1979 Chev van, short wheel base,  305 V8, mag wheels, some  rust/body damage, $1,000 O.B.O.  886-45X Xw  1979 Ford Econoline, good running order $6X. 686-4965 X*  19X Black Ford Ranger 4 x4, fuel  inj. 4cyl, alpine deck, 19,500 kms,  bedliner, exc. cond. $11,500  O.B.0.886-2814 or 686-2931X*  19X Ford F2X 4x4, 7.3L Diesel,  auto trans. 883-2562.      38cn  1979 Ford 300-6 cyl., 1984 auto  trans, see running. 8ft. alum,  canopy. After 6 pm. 885-X94.  Xcn  DRUGLORD TRUCKSI (100  X BRONCO $M  91 BLAZER $150  77 JEEP CJ $50.  Seized Vans, 4x4's, Boats.  Choose Irom thousands starting  $25. 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-  29X Copyright. IBCIMKKMIw  1X1 Jeep YJ, white, 14.5X kms,  excellent condition, never off road,  $14,500. Call after 5pm. 886-9X1  or644-27M M9cn  Full till 1990 Dodge van, VS  auto, (MM, ((MOT.      It  19X Ford Econoline window van,  6 cyl., 3 sp., runs vety well. Brakes  just done. 885-3716.      I38W  19X Chev 4 ton dump truck, 366  HP, 2 spd. rear end, 6-8 yd box,  $65X firm. 886-8550 eves,  ss  79 Ford 12 passenger van, V8  auto good cond. $3295 OBO. 886-  75Xor686-2111. ss  1968 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  M700. 865-2836, X5-7413  SS    1985 Bronco II 4X4, auto., CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Days 686-9X2 att. 7 eves. 886-  2983.     __  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, pans. 685-5102.        ss  Good 12 ft. aluminum boat $600 or  trade? 885-7167 ss  16.5 It. K(C Kinglisher, cenlre  console, LCD sounder, 60H Evinrude, galvanized Mr., $8500. 886-  7584. MOW  19 IL CABIN CRUISER  Excellent lishing vessel, 50 HP  Mercury, 9.9 Johnson, both in  good running condition. Includes  depth sounder,' VHF, CB, 3  portable tanks, anchor and 150 If.  line and chain. $4800.885-1961 or  pager 885-5111, ask lor Peter.  MOW  12 tt. McCulloch aluminum boat,  $200. Phone aft. 6pm 885-5481.  MOW  23 tt. Fibrelorm, 165 Merc. I/O.  683-2222 between 9>5pm.H40W  25' lamily bridge deck cruiser lor  quick sale. Owner going abroad.  Just lifted Chrysler 316 re-cond.  engine, new canvas. Volvo leg,  stand-up head, power winch, galley, etc. $8,500 885-5464 or 883-  97X. 40*  24 It. boat 'Blacklist!'. moorage pd  to Dec 31 $4,000. 885-7977  40*  27.Mobile Home:  For sale by owner 14x70 mobile,  200 sq.ft. Addition, new roof in  quiel adult park. 885-4578   40*  2 bdrm 1974 12x68 with large  addition. Lots of extra storage  space. Perlect for inexpensive living. Sechelt $20,000 O.B.O.  Phone 885-2272 39*  NOTHING DOWN!  Up to 100% O.A.C. interesl rales  63/4% -a for 6 mos. New S used  mobile homes starting at $19,500.  S.C.M.H. Sales. 686-9826. TFN  BRAND NEW  Single and double wides. For pads  or pnvate property. Belore you buy  check us out! Nick 885-6340.TFN  1973 3 bdrm. 12x68 with large  addition ( deck. $25,000. 886-  45X ss  28.Motorcycles  ttemn MMttf  swmvt 110.  CaiUli Mil Herri,  M.C.M.M.C.   MN.AM.SJ  M.A.BY.C.   'Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  Horizon Cathedral 6 dinghy. 6 foot  fibreglass, whaler type design, like  new. $600.686-3643. ss  '64 Suzuki GS750EF, gd. cond.,  white/blue. $2000. BX-7584.M0W  1X5 CR2X. good tunning cond.,  $1400 885-5202 SS  1985 RM. X $4M ��� 1X7 CR125  MX ��� 1X5 Yamaha 650 $650 -  All in good condition. 885-7453.  38cn  19M Honda 5X classic $1,800.  666X85. 38cn  1980 CB 900 F, $1,000 in repairs.  Need new Head gaskei. $1,000  O.B.0.885-96X, Geofl.   3Bcn  'X Honda Aspencade, exc. cond..  garage kepi, $5500.886-9595. ss  17 ft. Glenden - Olympic 1X1 ���  1981 Honda CB650 custom,  115 Evbirude.' bait'tank" $3000. Immaculate 25,600 original K's,  ,39VV       $1250080.886-7378. SS  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  12'alum, boat, 9.9 Merc long-leg oners. 8964X22. ss  $900O.B.O.883-9392      39*  14tt runabout, trailer, 40 hp Merc  outboard, canvas covers. $2,200  O.B.O. 8X-4711 Xw  1991 Whaler Rampage, 18.5 centre console, IX mere,, gal. trailer,  sounder, bait tank, rod holders  winch package, power trim. Only  X hrs. $21,5X. 885-7453.38cn  29.Wanted to Rent  Three plus bedrooms with bam or  large storage. Alan 8866741  40w  Responsible prolessional couple is  looking lor 2 bdrm apartment or  cottage from Oct 1.8864)167  40cn  Hopkins - panoramac view. 3 bdrm,  avail, immed., all appl., 1/2 utilities.  432-9879 40*  Gibsons near new spacious freshly  painted duplex. 2 units w/3 bdrms.  1 1/2 ��� 2 1/2 baths. 5 appl, near  schools and mall. Relerences. no  pets $750. $775. Avail. Ocl 1.  685-9540 40*  THE QUIET LIFE' watertronl, off  Gower Point Rd, Gibsons. Secluded 1 bdrm Garden Suite w/large  livingroom, l/p, kitchen/lamily  room, all rooms face water  $695/mth. 686-7X2. 40w  Roberts Crk ��� bed and bath shaied  accom. in spacious waterfront  home. N/S working person only  $350/mth 886X63 38*  Gibsons - 2 bdrm. and den town-  home, 2 min. to mall and schools,  avail Oct. 1.$700/mo. 942-8708  MOW  Avail Oct. 1 - $800. View, close to  lerry, 2 bdrm. up, 1 down. refs.  req Use 836-8206 MOW  1 bdrm. apart, and garage,  $550/mo. plus electricity. 6184  Stockwell Rd., Sechell. Avail. Nov.  1.885-4164. MOW  Year round rental available Oct. 1.  3bdrm.,2ba1h,FP,WD,$X0/mo.  Open house Sept. 27,2-4pm,  7034 Porpoise Dr. Phone 876-  5373. I36CN  1 bdrm. suite Wharf Rd., $375/mo.  + utils. Avail. Oct. 15.685-3982.  MOW  Small 1 bdrm house, Sechell, suil  one male adult. Elect, heat, comfortable and pnvate $450/mth plus  util. Avail. Oct 1.885-4008   40*  3 bdrm house, Gibsons with view.  Wood heated, f/p, garage. $850  686X48 40*  Immaculale 2 bdrm, 3 level view  townhouse including fireplace, all  appliances. Adult oriented. No  pets. Located in Gibsons. Asking  $695/mth. Call Joan Peterson  Centuiy West Realty Ltd al 885-  22X TFN  2 bdrm furnished condo Jolly  Roger Secret Cove. No pets. Avail  Oct. 1$6X plus utils. 885-7682  40*  Spectacular West Sechelt ocean-  view home, ideal for professional  or retired couple. Wonderful no  maint. garden, decks, fireplace,  draperies, 5 appis. storage, n/s.  No pets. $900/mth. X5-77X40*  Waterlront 1  bdrm cottage,  T'wanek, Sechell, furnished, 4  appliances, avail. Oct. 1. ��� May 31  X50/mth plus utilities 965-2615  40m  Cozy 1 bdrm house near Gibsons  Manna.Cell,$500 866-7381  40cn  2 bdrm main floor Central Gibsons,  bright, spacious large deck. Spectacular manna vie*. $625 plus util.  886-0072 or 255-7518  40cn  2 bdrm Mobile home. wMappl.  Close 10 Cedars School $595 neg.  w/lease, ret. Frank 686-4976  40cn  Gibsons bachelor cottage - lower  Gibsons, semi-tumished, cable,  util. inc. Suit quiet, clean single  $490/mth. 8X-2694. Avail Oct 1  40cn  Davis Bay - waterfront cabin 2  bdrm, Oct 1 or 15 $650/mth. Rent  neg to Handyman. 1-984-2216  40cn  1 bdrm bsmt suite no pets $600./  886-7037 40w  Bright 700 sq.ft. 2 bdrm bsmt suite,  carport, Idry. lac, yard, Sep. em.,  $540/mth plus util, lease, ns pre!,  Ive mess: 886-4530 40*  2 bdrm on acreage Sandy Hook.  Ns, nd, np $750/mth. Lower Gibsons 4 bdrm, 2 baths, view, suite  $8X/mth. Call Ken X5-6277 or  40cn  Garden Bay Oceanwe*. 3 bdrm, 2  car garage. R.S.F wood heater  and FP $80ftmm Refs. required.  No* available 863-9343    39*  Granthams spectacular view Iron  comlortaMe executive type home  in tranquil setting 5 mins to terry.  2 bdrm.. 2 bath. Iiv/dng.. rec rm.,  exc. Ig view deck. $950 Avail.  Oct. 1.686-7249. I39W  Gibsons: 3 bdrm apartment, 11/2  baths, race view For into call 885-  01X. I39W  Spacious Near New  3 bdrm. 21/2 baths. 5 appl., water  view. Gibsons. $950.12X-5215.  ���39W  Glbtont: Avail. Immed.  1 bdrm. apt., close to all amenities.  2X5215. I39W  Gibsons: Great Location  3 bdrm.. 2 bath. lge. kit., all appl.,  parage plus seH<ontained 1 bdrm  suite. 2X5215 I39W  Gibsons -1 bdrm. skylights, fireplace, over looking manna, mountains. $575 - 2 bdrm, small bright  $5X-Arthur 885-9659       39w  Selma Park  Great view. 4 bedrooms, 21/2  baths, basement...$90u7mth  Secret Cove  View, furnished 1 bdrm condo,  fireplace, pool...avail. Ocl 1  long term $5X  Gibsons  2 bedroom, view townhouse,  Oct1$7X  CENTURY WEST REALTY LTD  885-2235  Small trailer suitable 1 adult $300 -  665-3313 39*  Roberts Crk - new 5 bdtm house  off Marlene Rd on large 1/2 acre  lot. (1,050/mth. Avail Oct 1 888-  9192 39*  Roberts Crk - 3 bdrm lower duplex  KM.inc neal.4appl.X0-2739  set  Perfect for couple, 2 bdrm. 2 bath  house for rent in central Gibsons,  large deck and ocean view, avail,  immed. $725/mth. ��65-2564 39cn  Large 2 bdrm mobile in park,  Sechelt Village, no pets. refs. $6X  p/mth plus deposit. Oct. 1, M5-  5782 39w  3 bdrm upper duplex w'vtew, Davit  Bay, n/s, no pets, $750. 925-  XX. Avail. Nov. 1 Xw  Newish 1 bdrm house with choice  vie* and decks. Sandy Hook.  Avail Oct. 1, $575 p/mth. Phone  885-1924 39w  Garden Bay. spacious 2 bdrm  house. Phone Bob 734-9779 39w  $400 furnished waterfront Halfmoon. suil mature single or couple  1-574-7024 38*  Haltmoon Bay waterfront luxurious  contemporary home, 3 bdrm, 3  bath, hot tub, mostly furnished.  Rental to June. $1,200/mlh.Prefer  professional or retired couple 885-  4862 36*  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in Ihe rental ol property.  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ol Ihe Family Status  and Ihe Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes il would bolh be  m contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint Med  agamsl them The Coasl News  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads.  1 bdrm suile Madeira Park $325  plus hydro. 883-2X1 40*  Upper Gibsons, large XO sq.ft.,  modern, 1 bdrm apl. *ilh view.  $575/mlh. 886-01X        39*  2 bdrm trailer Cedars Trailer Court.  685-3313 Xw  Sunny ocean-front ste. 2 level, 1  bdrm, balcony, skylight, Gibsons  area, $550 886-2596        Xw  3 bdrm Rancher West Sechelt,  near school, store, $600, refs. 294-  21X Xw  Sechell - new 3 bdrm house with  ensuite. large deck with view, 4  appl., part basement, refs. n/s,  $7X. 885-7X1,274-2840 38w  Bluff Watertront, 1 bdrm s/c suite.  Ocl. 1 $550 plus 1/2 util. 686-20X  orXO-XX. Xw  3 bdrm Fum. ocean Iront condominium. All appl.. fireplace, adult  complex. Available 10 months of  the year. $950 p/mo. Call Andre  X5-4111. 3Bcn  Inlet view semi-waterfront furnished/unfurnished 2 bdrm.  D.W.M. X5-44X. Xcn 16        Coast News, September, 21 1992  Take Advantage ofoaar IVett' Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 timesf  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  3bdrm 2 level home. 30x15' workshop. Madeira Park $650 p/mlh.  674-0X0. 3Bcn  2 bdrm Duplex close to Gibsons  Plaza. 2 appl. Laundry hook-ups.  Avail Oct. i $6X -rets req. 686-  3457 38cn  Near new townhome. 1425 sq. II. 4  appl, i 1/2 bath, basemenl. carport, covered sundeck, close to  schools and shopping X6-4680.  TFN  611 Gower Pt. Rd.. 2 bdrm. bsmt.  ste . pit. ent, yd., carport, ldry���  tac. $550 ��� utils. Lease. Contact  tenants anytime lo view, side  entrarvsdoor.no dogs. I39cn  Mam floor of house, one bedroom  down, three up. Oct. i.652Tralee  Place. Gibsons. $975 886-3028  ���XW  Property management  Don Sutherland of PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support your  Residential. Commerciel or Industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a full service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles It 866-8107 tor delails. -1  bdrm, lurnished, Hopkins,  $400/mth. TFN  SHARED ACCOMMODATION IN  HY HOME N/S ��� NO PETS ���  FEMALE PREFERRED ���  OSWO. NORTH RD. GIBSONS  TFNi  32   Comtiierc  for Rent  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  600-l3Xsqtt $300-$11X  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibsons  >Lome. 1 -7X9683 or Mane 886-  7018. TFN  WarehouseiOttice space Irom  1500 sq tt. up. Diane. 685-2772.  ss  2000-10.000 squaie leet. exposure, will build to suit  New ollice space 600-24X sq tt.  Wilson Creek. XXnet  Retail space, new Plaza. 900-3000  sq.lt. 14.X net.  Grant Realty  8X33X TFN  Babysitter required lor six year old  girl, tull time/shitt work, relerences  required. Anyone interested please  phone Kim at 886-2507 lor an  interview >XW  Student needed toi mother's  helper. 2-3 afternoons per week.  RbtsCk area 685-3707 IXW  On call banquet servers needed  lor Ihe ne* Gibsons Yachl club.  Must be over 19 years ol age 437  Gower Pi Rd tor applications  PT Deckhand, M-F Sailing expenence an asset 885-7345    39*  Full lime experienced  occounting clerk for A/C  PoynLat, A/IS, G/l,  Payroll ond Order Entry  Computer skills required  Apply to. lit,  Matdaaira Pork VON WO  HELP WANTED  Musicians lor  Thursday Night  Entertainment <  Contact Terry at the  Jolly Roger 885-7184  Part-lime person lor warehouse  duties may be some truck driving.  Kern's Home Furnishings. 886-  88X TFN  Medical office receptionist required  at the Sechelt Medical Clinic lor  Saturdays (7 hours). Responsibilities include answering four-line  switchboard, scheduling appointments, reception duties, pulling  and tiling charts. The successlul  applicant will work full time for a  Commercial/office space for lease.  10X sq.ft. comer unit, excellent  exposure, prime localion - Kem's _r   Plaza. Contact Waller or Beryl  two week training period and is   pe'm./P/T nanny required in  AutoPlan ( Personal  Lines Insurance  Our Gibsons and Sechelt otlices  are growing and we require experienced level l. ll. and III hcencees.  Salary commensurate with experience Only persons that are currently licensed need apply II you  have AutoPlan and/or personal  lines exp. pis. conlact: Office Mgr���  Sunshine Coasl Insurance Agencies Ltd. at 685-2291.      ��39W  $200-1500 WEEKLY Assemble  products al home. Easy! No selling. You're paid direct. Fully guaranteed. 24 hour hotline. 801-3/9-  2985 Copyright IBC104DH.��45cn  Exp.: Gdn/caretkr/Hsk/L.T.C.A.  Will house/boal sit. Call leave  message at 865-5722 or 886-  3910. After Sepl. 7 ��� 1-604-5X-  X27. Xcn  TFN  Industnal workshop avail, immediately, Gibsons 750 sq.ft. unit, 921-  6751$475/mth 40cn  Close to Gibsons, 30'x50' workshop 2 bays, 94' ceiling, storage  area. Great lor small bus. or nobby  thop$7WmlhSB5-44K   40w  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facllltei. M5-  2752 or 685-9883 42cn  .aOftict: Lowtr Gibsons, light and  Lfaat Included $175. 8X-25X or  "-736-4804. 38w  1,5X sq.ft. workshop tor rent. Gib-  sons area 1-451 -1855 evens.  Xcn  Commercial warehouse space,  new building, Hwy 101. �� Hough  Rd. Occupancy Sept. 1.885-9719.  TFN  required lo be available lor occasional sick and vacation relief.  Please forward resume to the Personnel Manager, P.O. Box 638,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0 by September 25,1X2. I38CN  Musicians for Thursday night  entertainment. Contact Terry at the  Jolly Roger. TFN  Commuter W. Sechelt needs  ride to 6:20 lerry and/or Irom  3:X fury. Mon. to Fri. MS-7031.  4.        I38CN  nton-moking, mature Efufflpr pert  time kennel duties. 886-85X 39*  1 lull-time and 2 pan-time sales  associates, fashion areas, experience preferred but will train. Student lor evenings, after school,  and weekends lor cashier and  slockperson. Apply in person with  resume to WoOworth.       3Bcn  Woodcreek Park. Benefit pkg. tor  the nght person, car a must. 886-  3540or8X-8107. MOcn  Non-smoking, mature adull lor part  time kennel duties. 8X-8588.  MOO)  Pro-Fund Distributors Ltd. has  immediate openings tor experienced Mutual Funds Sate Agenls.  Good commission. Conlact Carol  Oppelt at 885-1926 or send  resume to Box 5. Murray's Site,  Haltmoon Bay, BC VON 1X0.I39W  Fully ixperienced, semi-retired  equipment operator. Must have  rets. Reply Box 365, c/o Coast  News. Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON  1V0. I39W  Waitress/waiter, musl have experience. P.T. short order cook. Apply  in person 9am-1 lam or drop oft  resume al Wakefield Inn Pub 39w  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Drivers are needed lor  the Sechelt area to  transport people to  medical appointments  locally & to Vancouver. Expenses reimbursed  Assistance is needed  to build animal  feeding pens lor a  wildlife rehabilitation  centre in Gibsons. All  materials will be  provided.  The Storytelling  Festival still has lots  ol exciting volunteer  positions. Call today  lo gel involved with  this fun event.  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 theae and more  opportunities  contact the  Volunteer and)  Information Centre  at 885-5881  A sen/ice funded by  the Ministry of Social  Services.  Handyman: painting, carpentry,  stone mason, general repairs. 885-  9235. Joe 39*  FISHERMEN-DIVERS,  SIGHT-SEERS  Ne* yeat round charters exceptional rates. Phone 885-0203 or  cellular 220-71X 40*  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  ��� Al  PHOTOGRAPHY  (A  Custom Eratareemente:  Colour. Black A White  Quality Reproductions:  Old Prints. Negatives  Betty Demarce  (Ret)I  Box 1954,  287GowoiP1 Itoad,  Gibsons. BC VON IVO  HOUSECALLS  Quality home remodelling, design  and construction, linishing and  cabinet work a specialty X5-3X2  40*  GIVE YOURSELF A BREAK _    _  For fast, efficient and thorough SuntrM viny| Iun0|c(li ^___,n  house cleaning, with lots ol expert- coverings, 5 yr. guarantee. Free  eras. Usha BX-2750.      I39W eslimates Joe, 985-9235     39w  Free, no obligation retirement  planning consultation, RRSP s,  RRIF's, cash investments, children's accounts. Conlact Carol  Oppelt. Pro-fund Distributors Ltd.  X Yrs exp. 685-1X6 or 732-3249  40*  Handyman: painting,carpentry,  stone mason, general repairs. 885-  XX, Joe 39*  THE PAINTER  SAM  886-27M  ���39W  Housekeeper by the hour. 686-  7464. I39W  PETER'S REMODELLING  General Home Maintenance. Carports - Fencing - Sundecks - Additions, etc. Boat maintenance and  island service. For more into  please call 865-1961 or Pager  885-5111. I43W  Sharpening I Rtpatrt  to ell cutting tools Including  Mower Blades a Chalnaawa  _*_____^_____v  3b  Business arid  Home Services  Reliable man available lor property  rnaintaTaTarajerbltokbernts, hedge.  GUTTER CLEANING  Sechelt to Garden Bay 8X-X43.  NOW  BUSrSOHES  trimming; moving etc. Rob 866-  Cleaninifwith class - free esti  Ron's Rooting  Reliable and efficient: Free estimates. 885-61X. Xw  C ( F Tree Service  Tree Topping, limbing, falling,  complete clean-up. Chris Fawkes,  885-X97, fully insured. Free estimates. X*  HOUSE FRAMING/  RENOVATIONS  by hr. or contract, all work guaranteed. Refs avail., Lie. carpenter  BCTO 2451-CA-77 - X yrs experience. 686-0315 or 24-hr cell 1-  351-0399 4101  LAWNS GARDEN  Lawn mowing, weeding, hedge  trimming, pruning, spraying, general cleanup. Call Jan B8M1X.  ���38W-  Experienced carpenter, 15 years  expenence, firm rales. Free estimates, no job too small or too  large. Bruce 885-9576.     I39W  Rubber-tired line log loader and  operator looking for work, 25 yrs.  exp.OXXX. I39W  House cleaning and yard work,  reliable, rets, avail. 8X-7041 or  6864X10. Xw  Man with 1 ton truck will do moving  or hauling on/or to mainland and  Irom Coast - ftee estimates. Pat  X5-2870. MOW  Reliable house-keeper, own car,  relerences $12/hr Call Shelly 866-  8865. Xw  Rubbish removal, yard cleanup,  light moves, odd jobs, fast and reliable. Greg. 885-9894.     141*  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish removal,  yard maintenance, rototilling. odd  jobs. X5-3917 TFNs  Compiele Bobcat Services  Excsvattng-Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  UMSM  TFN  Carpentry, renovations, additions.  By hour or contract. Call 886-3107.  ���44*  Responsible, reliable labourer  available for all sorts ot odd jobs,  reasonable rales. SK-XX.TFNs  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions ��� Decks > Finishing ���  Painting ��� Drywall ��� -Willpaptr  *(8W792StelanPerry   40cn  X22  36cn  CABINETREE  Custom Cabinets, Hardwood, Plywood and Solid Wood. All types of  cabinets. James McCarthy 886-  33X, journeyman Cabinet Maker  40W  Pat's 1 Ton Truck Service  matesHome/ollice/conlracting Will do rubbish removal, tree  clean-up/special evemsDaily.  weekly, monthly, seniors' rales.  Mature, reliable, references on  request. Langdale to Hallmoon  Bay.Ms Busy 886-9531 Ms Body  886-0X7.I40W  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PUCE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  BCYCNA  BRTISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  lor 26  words  removal, demolition, hauling, 7-day  seivice, free eslimales. 685-2870.  40W  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, dralting, free estimates,  References available. 686-3463  TFNs  VISIONS PAINTING ( REFINISH-  ING SERVICES -Interior, Exterior,  Commercial, Residential. Rob,  885-39X. IXW  272  ����� i  O C   ""dS r������������������������e���jte.  ���4> 1*^0 B',llW'lJ:l'll:i��  $3.70eacrt additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt from $995. 5  year 100,000 kms warranty.  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C. for 27 years. Phone 7  days, 8a.m. -8 p.m. (604)872-  0641. Toll-fret Mon-Fri 1-  800-863-2521.  GOVERNMENT SEIZED/  SURPLUS vehicles. U.S. and  Canadian low aa S100.  BMW's, Cadillacs, Chevs,  Fords, Mtrcedes, Portchtt,  tucks, vans. AMAZING free  24-hr recording reveals how  (418)631-4866.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Inbuilt Englnea: can,  Kl trucks. 6 cylinder Irom  5,8 cylinder from $1095.  5 year, 100,000 Km. Ltd. warranty. 7 Days - 580-1050,1-  800-665-3570, 656-5828  evenings.  Limousines - Two '38 Lincoln  Towncar Stretch Limou tlnaw.  While/Blue, T. V., Gtereo, Bar,  tt*. Well maintained. $20,000  tech. Phone Vancouver 230-  0500.  ���UatMMSUPPLKS  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.  ���usmess oppormtN-nea  Complete turnkey operation  Computerized Embroidery  Business. Best opportunity  ofthe90's. High return. Set  up at home or with other business. Total investment under $50,000. Call Logo Link  at 1-800-661-9089. See us  tt Vancouver Business Opportunity Show Sept. 19-20,  1992.  ADVANCE OPPORTUNITY.  Rtvolutionary 80-channel  mini-dish satellite system will  rapidly expand home entertainment and communicate��� industry. Network Marketing. No Inventory. No In-  Wftmei*atC-a.l(416)622-1810  anytime.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  REDUCE EMISSIONS,  SAVE GAS. Black Gold Inc.  is looking lor sharp, aggressive, marketing reps. We  offer a real opportunity for  your success. For more in-  formatton,call(519)986-3117  evenings.  DRUG RAID SEIZURESI Buy  dirt cheep. Cart, Houses,  Boats, Computers...Direct  from U.SiCtnadltn government. FREE ILLUSTRATED  REPORT: Seizures, Dept.  bcS, #150-1657 West 4th,  Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1M4.  INTERIOR DECORATORS.  Do you have a flair for colour  S design? DECORATING  DEN has franchises available  In B.C. Training provided.  L. Mainland 525-8722,  V.ltltnd 743-9915, Interior  861-5527.  Unique B.C. home-bated  computer andcommunication  companies ire invited lo par  ttdpalt In one ol the largest  computer aridCOTmunioatJon  shows In British Columbia.  Underthe Home-Based Business Program, the Ministry of  Economic Development,  Small Business and Trade  fits reserved apace at the  Southex Exhibitions Pac Rim  Computer and Communication Show, for the Second  Window On Business Show.  Held tt tie Vancouver Trade  ���Yid&a-rwtfenCer-tre.Jtx-au-  ary 12 lo 14, 1993, It will  provide a marketing opportunity for 60 of B.C.'s unique  home-based businesses.  Products and services will  Include grapNc designers,  publiahers of software and  shareware, Inventors and  smal manufacturers of com-  puter tnd business accesso-  ries.andspecialized business  management and consulting  services. Fees range from  $200 to $350 tor trade space  6*��vatlsnormally$1,5O0.For  more Information, or an application, contact Barb Mowat  at520-5720, or toll-free voice  mtttage 147843155 or fix  8544067.  BU84NES8 OPPORTUNITIES  GRANDMA LEE'S 100 +  stores. Baked bread, sand-  wiches, soup. Vancouver and  area sites. Hardworking, energetic person with $75,000  minimum. 1-800-661-2712.  BUSINESS FOR SALEUght  and heavy towing business  on Trans Canada with or without trailer moving licence.  Owntr retiring (604)344-  2286.   Two Retail Clothing Slores.  Good revenue. 304-360  Trant-Canada Highway,  Salmon Arm, B.C. 832-1109.  Rainbow Int. Carpet Dyeing  end Cleenlng Co. World  leader In dyeing, cleenlng,  reiterations. Need ethical  individuals lor exclusive territories. Investment required.  850-2113 (Abbotalord.)  AMAZING SIMPLE MACHINE. You build from plans,  turns ordinary styro-loam into  huge profits fail Make signs,  displays, decorations, crafts.  For complete plana, patterns,  methods, marketing. Send  $20 (Ind. GST (shipping) to  STYRO-MAGIC, Box 781,  Wettbank. B.C. VOH 2AO.  ���USM��MPEIWOMALS  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  College Roommates - Karen,  Wendy and Lisa have exciting Personal Photos ol them -  imam tor tale. For discreet  Info write to: Spice, Box 670-  GB, Kelowna, B.C. VIY 7P4.  Adulls only please.   Win at sports acton new NFL  betting guide. 10 best systems, pointspread explained  free - Monday Night Secret,  plus special gih $10. Manx  Press, 3054-A Glenmanor  Place, Victoria, B.C. V9C1M8.  EDUCATION  CASH IN ON TAX REFORM!  Leam Income Tax Preparation by correspondence. Earn  your certificate now. Also  enquire about exclusive franchise territories. For free brochures, no obligation, U & R  Tax Services, 205-1345  Pembina Hwy., Winnipeg, MB  R3T2B6. 1-800-666-5144.  EDUCATION  Out ol work? Train to be an  Apartment/Condominium  Manager. Government licensed, correspondence  course will qualify you for  employment. For details:  (604 (681-5456 orl-800-665-  8339.  FINANCE  Government Grants ( Loans.  Billions ol dollars are made  available to new and existing  B.C. businesses. The Brad  Book can thow you how to  get your shave. Call now 1-  800-863-0683.  FORtAUMttC.  Morantt Ll Baby Ultrasonic  blind cleaning machine and  accessories,used11/2 years.  Training Included $14,700.  Call 1(604)795-5070 after-  noon or evenings.   Excellent Trailers, Excellent  Prices. Utility, Flatbed, ten to  thirty leet. Also Machinery  Haulers, Tiltbeds, Hydraulic  Dumps. Single, Tandem and  Triple Axles. Can Deliver.  (604)492-4068 Penticton.  OAROfMNO  ONE STOP GREENHOUSE  SHOP, B.C. Greenhouse  Builders Ltd., 7425 Hedley  Ave., Burnaby, B.C. V5E 2R1.  FREE BROCHURE.  Aluminum/Glass or  Alumlnum/Acrylile SDP,  Dougle-walled GREENHOUSES, Solarlums and  complete line of Greenhouse  Accessories. Telephone  (604)433-4220, Fax 433-  1285.  HELPWANTEO  GET PAID for clipping newspaper articles! Up to $25  each! Newspapers sent free.  Write TODAY! FREE RETORT: aWrigs, Dept. bc9,  #150-1857 West 4th, Vancouver, B.C. V6JIM4.  We need you to sell toys 8  gifts for C 4 M Gifts. NO  INVESTMENT, NO DELIVERIES, no collection. Call  (519)256-7905 or lax  519)258-0707 for free Wo.  MOBILE HOMES  a WALUPAPERINO  PRESSURE WASHING.  Quality WornmmHp  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Save thousands on dealer  mark-up. Weil custom build  mobile homes to suit your  needs. Doubles/singlet/  modutars. Phone lor details:  Noblt Homtt, Edmonton  (403)447-3414/447-2333.  Babysitter req. lot Wed. Eves. 7-  11 pm. Lower Gibsons, Sargeant  Rd. area. 886-7009        38cn  In-home lamily childcare. Sale,  tun, PT or FT, very reasonable  rates, rels avail. 866-2227.I40W  Looking lor reliable responsible  babysitter in our home to begin In  November. Part-time. Call 666-  7997. MOW  Puddleducks Langdale place for  fun and learning. Full program.  866-3767 40w  Care giving babysitter willing to  babysit F/T or P/T near Cedar  Grove school. References available. 886-0900 39w  Mother of 1 will babysit Mon-Fri.  Reasonable rales, CPR level D.  X5O720 39w  Mom w/refs. would like to daycare  your littleones, babies welcome.  686-4894 Xw  Sitter needed belore tnd after  school for 9 yr old, near Gibsons  Elem.8B6-3229.lv. mess. 38w  Jack and Jl Preschool has opening for 3 and 4 year olds. To register call 8X-2526. 38cn  Caring, N/S sitter for 18 mo. girl,  approx. 5-9:30 pm in my Bonniebrook home. 886-2887.I38W  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping- Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed Require babysitter for occasional  Work. Fm estimates. 685-2109. days tnd tvn. lor 18 mo. old  TFN   twins. 686-0414. 36cn  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  lor unpaid ttxta. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on bolh wrilt: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5360, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1.  THOMPSON RIVER ESTATES. Valley View lots. 3/4  41 sere lots -54 lOecreloU.  I only - 6 acre lot on the  Thompson River 30 mln. west  of Kamloops on the TCHH1.  Call Collect (604)373-2282.  STUDENT HOUSING  BURNABY. Near SFU, BCIT,  Douglas. Large, 2 and 3 bedrooms, now and Sept. I. Work  oil part rent. No tecurlty  deposit. Call to reterve. Collect (604)521-6399.  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or email,  bonded tnd reliable. 884-5324 or  6X2312 TFN  YOflirjWRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out ol  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  ���hiping? Friendly, reliable tervice.  Fully insured, tonmerctil ( residential. Relerences available.  FRED (69-3526. TFN  Concrttt ��� Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, txpostd  ta-aytgiW 96S-X95        TFNs  Molly Moult Dtyctrt. Spscn  avail. 18 months to school iga.  Fun-tilled, cuing envirortmant with  early childhood trained Mil. 8M-  3913. I2w  'NEED BUSINESS ADVICE?'CM  Duncan Fraser, 8854867, Bull-  nets consultant. 38cn  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 37X sq.ft. 3 bays / 18X  tq. ft. upper storage space, office  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Bury 886-8204. ss  12X68 In Adult Park on Sunshine Coast Ocean view, carpeted, air t-canditloned. Two  add ont, dote to amenities.  For Further Informition Call:  883-2491.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Inkiry claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  24 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  feesavailable. InjuredinB.C.  only.  SEBERRY SERVICES  Carpel ( upholstery cleaning, mattress Castning, grass cutting, weed  whacking, gutters cleaned, window  washing. Call Richard Seberry  895-XX 40w  Light moving and hauling, yard  and basemenl clean-ups. Norm  686-95X 37w  Notice is hereby given thai on the  28th day ol Sept. 1992 all pm to  3 pm a sale is to take place for the  purpose of satisfying a Warehouseman's Lien on the contents  of storage unit number 54 located  at 5584 Sunshine Coast Hwy.,  Sechell, 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. 36cn  SPORTING GOODS  O'NEIL SPORTS - Complete  Hockey, Baseball, Curling,  Soccer, Lacrosse retail 4  equ9lpment repair. Teem  Sales, unlton-it, rollerbladei  6 Pro Goal equipment Mai  order 4 Shipping Service.  Vancouver 877-1065. Victoria 381-3421.  PESTICIDE  USE  BC Hydro - Lower Mainland  Transmission, 187X 96th Avenue, Surrey, BC, VST 4W2,  telephone: 882-7644. has received Petttclde Use Permit  ilOfrMI-92/W lo selectively  apply Roundup (glyphosale)  and EZ-ject capsules (grypho-  salel to transmission line rights-  ol-way on Ihe north tide of  Salmon Inlet aboul X km north  ot Sechell  The purpose of these applications is lo 'assess chemical methods in conjunction with  a variety of non-chemical  methods.' These assessments  are being undertaken lo provide  information lo the Sunshine  Coasl Vegetation Management  Working Group. The Working  Group is comprised ot representatives ol local interest  groups and BC Hydro that are  working towards the development of a long term vegetation maintenance program for  transmission line lights ol way.  Non-chemical control methods  lo be employed and assessed  are:  ��� settontl slashing,  ��� selective slashing,  - straight slashing,  - tall-tlath and girdle,  ���girdling, end    -  ���iluiivpciplng.  These non-chemical methods  will be used lo control individual  trees on 49 hectares.  Selective chemical application  methods to be employed and  assessed are:  -cut and treat  ���hack and squkt  ��� ciptule injection  (no sprsy applications)  Wilh these selective applications small quantities of  herbicide are applied directly lo  the stems of individual Irees on  a maximum ol 42 hectares.  Chemical applications may be  undertaken between 21 Octo-  btr 19(2 tnd 15 Jmuiry  1993. Any notice ol appeal ol  this permit must be submitted to  the Environmental 'Appeal  Board before 21 October  1992.  A copy of the permit and maps  may be viewed af BC Hydro -  18765 Xth Avenue, Surrey,  BC, or BC Hydro ��� 43X Field  Road, Sechelt, BC, or BC  Hydro - 7226 Duncan Sireel,  Powell River, BC.  If you would like to discuss this  permit, please call Lloyd  Hayward al 882-76X or John  Emery at 6X-33X.  ���stAHaXETCLAaSa-EOS  Antdvertlalng-BealBuy'l  Brush clearing, tree limbing and  cleanup. Also hive log skidder.  885X70. MOW  OOPS!  The Pen Pub ad in the Sept. 1 7  issue of the Weekender  failed to mention Sept. 28  as the start of their  expanded schedule. Coast News, September, 21 1992 17  We're more than just tires!  ftTrtackTtos   SaHtaM  SPCA News  The SPCA has a number of kittens, cats and dogs available for  adoption. Phone 885-4771 if you can provide a good home.  5YEARSAGO  The courage, determination  and brilliance which brought  Team Canada to a hard-fought  victory last week over Ihe USSR  in the Canada Cup justifiably  has Canadians walking a little  taller.  At anchor off Davis Bay  Wharf last Saturday was the 45-  metre yacht Norsal, owned by  local fish farmer and president  of Royal Pacific Seafoods, Tom  May.  Dennis Turenne helps carry  his brother, Andrew, from Smitty's Marina where a Coast  Guard hovercraft rescue vehicle  brought him in.  He had been windsurfing last  Monday when hypothermia  caused him to collapse. The  Coast Guard said Boy Scouts  canoeing near Roberls Creek  helped rescue him.  10 YEARS AGO  "We are all in this together,"  said Canfor Chief P.J. Bentley,  speaking of the lough economic  limes when he visited the Coasl  last week.  Ferry schedules for the  Horseshoe Bay/Langdale run  remain in effect unlil September  30, while local officials continue  to negotiate with the BC Ferry  Corporation about proposed cuts  in service.  Many regional districl residents express Ihe belief that Ihe  inciease from $500 to $1500 for  water hookup is out of line.  15 YEARS AGO  The people of Granthams  Landing have voted, (he voles  have been counted and the decision has been reached.  An overwhelming majority  of people of Granthams do not  want to be part of the regional  water system. Sufficient to say  that it is to be hoped that the  people of Granthams will be  able to enjoy their good spring  water in safety and contentment  for as many years as they see fit  to do so.  25 YEARS AGO  Complaints are reaching the  Coast News from people who  maintain there is an invasion of  hippies underway and that they  are obtaining rental homes without the owners realizing who the  renters are.  35 YEARS AGO  Survey work has commenced  at the site of Hackett Park  according to a letter from Union  Steamships Ltd.  Sechelt Bowling Alleys was  advised lhat Ihe village commission has no jurisdiction over Ihe  requesl to open on Sundays, as il  is contrary lo the Lord's Day  Act.  45 YEARS AGO  Industrial expansion has been  so great that demand for workers  now exceeds the supply. Job  applications in Canada number  93,000 - 2,000 less than the  vacancies on file.  PROMOTIONS  CO-ORDINATOR  Energy to spare? Like to arrange  promotional events? We may have  a part time position for you, if  you live on the Sunshine Coast!  Fax your resume to  520-3622.  MON TIME HT. FT. TUES TIME HT. FT.  WED TIME HT.FT.   rHURS TIME HT. FT  7:10 3.9  21 3:05 14.0  MO   8:40    10.8  4:55  25 11:05  FR   5:25  11:50  12:50 12.2  22   8:20 3.9  TU    3:50 14.3  9:40 9.8  FRI TIME HT. FT.    SAT TIME HT.FT.    SUN TIME HT. FT  5:55  28 11:55  SA   6:00  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacilic Standard Tims  2:25 12.4  23    9:20 4.0  WE    4:25 14.6  10:25 8.4  12:30  27    6:50  SU 12:40  6:30  3:45 12.8  24  10:15 4.4  TH   4:55 14.8  11:10 6.9  lh,.wmtn. ptuaSn* tor a..! It. ol ft  an* 7 ���*.. law aaaatt la. ol I*.  [irniiiiijji  *"%mT^I*����'    "%-fm  <��*�����("#�� W* ��%*�� ���Hst#  886-2622  *' 885-3930  CHANNEL ELEVEN   I  Tuesday, Sept. 22,1992  7:00pm  Beekeeping on The Coasl. #1 The Harvest  Join Diane Evans and beekeeper Frank Holmes for a look at the  business of beekeeping  Coastal Tires  r-zm  8:15pm  The Blue Putees  This documentary from the War Amps of Canada chronicles the  exploits of the very famous Royal Newfoundland Regiment in the  First World War.  Wednesday, Sepl. 23,1992  7:00pm  Choices... Anyone Can Sing  Edwin Coppard is Ihe founder of Ihe Vancouver World Choir and  he joins host Calhryn Fuller for a discussion on the value of singing.  7:30pm  Parliamentary Talkback  This is the programme thai allows viewers to talk lo their elected  government representatives. Invited guests include M.P. Ray Skelly  and M.L.A. Gordon Wilson. Stan Dixon is the host.  8:45pm  Gibsons Beautification Project  The fall fair committee has asked the businesses that line the highway to improve Ihe look of Ihe town by landscaping their frontages.  This programme looks at the results.  9:00pm  Three Square Miles. The End of the Old Growth Forest?  Join Paul Jones for a tour of the Caren Range. The last remaining  old growth forest on the Sunshine Coast  Thursday, Sept. 24,1992  7:00pm  Society's Changing Attitudes Towards Animals  "Live" Phone-in  A panel discussion including Richard Bates marketing director for  the Circus Gatti, Clint Davy S.P.C.A. and Vancouver Sun columnist  Nicholas Read  8:00pm  Early Childhood Education at Capilano College  Lori Dixon talks wilh Lois Rennie on Ihe ECE. courses being  offered this fall at Cap. College  8:30pm  Coasl Profiles...  Gilbert Joe "Live"  Stan Dixon returns with his monthly show that brings interesting  people from around the coasl to the community channel. This month,  Stans guest is Sechell Indian Band Elder Gilbert Joe.  YES WE HAVE  NEWSPRINT ROLL ENDS  Various sizes lor $5 and $10 al our  Gibsons and Sechelt offices.  IWEffifflbERJ  MMttim  Imagine  ^TAMKDB  The beauty of new siding and roofing  then call for aBSlSIISQSori  TAMKO * WOLVERINE SIDING  883-9551  ��� Van Toll Free 669-2604  Alter Hours: Fraser Murphy 883-9767  V hit our booth at the Sechelt Home Show Oct 1,2 ft 3  SMOOTHER  MOVERS  **vs  DAY OR  NKMtT  (^EXPERIENCED BJCAREFUL EfINEXPENSIVE*  987-8655  g��1 W 1ST AVE., NORTH VANCOUVER  .OUR LOW - OVERHEAD, HIGH - VOLUME OPERATION  ALLOWS US TO OFF'ER REASONABLE RATES  ON THE SUNSHINE COAST |  GIBSONS' FAVOURITE  FINGER FOOD  0'M'E*G*A  RESTAURANT  281  GOWER  PT.  RD.  FREE* HOME DELIVERY  CHECK OUT OUR NEW MENU  FEATURING:  PIZZA * PASTA * STIRFRYS * BURGERS *  * RIBS * CHICKEN * STEAKS * SEAFOOD *  * SANDWICHES * SALADS * DESSERTS *  We've modified our menu. Now you can have lunch at dinner  or dinner at lunch, it's up to you! Eat a little or Eat a lot - you will  find our new menu gives you many more options than ever.  O'M-E-G-A  RESTAURANT  281   GOWER  PT.  RD-  DIAL 886-2268 FOR DELICIOUS FREE* DELIVERY 5-9pm  'Minimum 1  Maximum I  Bonniebrook, Woodcreek, Longdate) 18        Coast News, September, 11 i ***>v  OUR WAREHOUSEMAN SAYS,  "I just can't take it anymore!"  GET THIS CARPET & LINO OUT OF HERE...  o  BUY  /VOIV  NOYLAT��R  'INTIICST  IO.A.c73  ^mmmW    ���  '*;  WE HAVE TO MAKE ROOM FOR THE LATEST, SHIPMENT OF  %djMGv$t  Hard Wearing  LEVEL LOOP  66 t sq.ft.  (5.95 sq.yd.)  Hard Wearinq  BERBERS  1.00  (9.00 sq.yd.)  Cushion Floor  VINYL  88 ' sq.ft.  (7.95 sq.yd.)  MANINGTON GOLD  (seconds)  a^Jr sq.yd.  1st Quality Retails  for 52.95 sq.yd.  CANDIDE &  OTHER TOP  LINE VINYL  LOO  (9.00 sq.yd.)  FABRIC  BLOW OUT CLEARANCE  "Making room for  New Displays"  SAVE UP TO  CARPET  ROLL ENDS  Up to 12'X20'  Priced Far  , Below Regular  A/alue  Rubber Backed  CARP.ET  66 Csq.lt.  (5.95 sq.yd.)  75%  o  Volie 3lin. yd.  Designer Prints  793  lin. yd.  Hurry in before these outstanding bargains are gone  HOURS:  9-5 MONDAY-  SATURDAY  MasterCard  MAKING HOMES BEAUTIFUL FOR 35 YEARS  709 HWY. 101, GIBSONS ��� 886-7112


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