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Array ..*tiveUbBAW(  pariivune--' ��   vgV j\4  Victoria.*-"1"  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  Hjpn?pj^nSnii  October 5, 1992 Volume 46 Issue 40  NDP MP Ray Skelly stands Arm In his defense of the constitutional referendum 'yes' vote at Greenecourt Hall Wednesday while Davis Bay resident Joe Kiene, right, presses forward with his own  doubts and concerns over the process which created the draft document rolled up In his hand.  Joel Johnstone photo  Constitution question evokes strong emotion  by Jane Seyd  Yes and no. But not a lot of maybe.  While people across the country may  be tired of the endless constitutional  discussions, strong feelings were  expressed by both the believers and the  skeptics of the Charlottetown Accord  Wednesday night, after about 50 people  turned out to Greenecourt Hall in  Sechelt, to air their opinions and ask  questions before Sunshine Coast MP  Ray Skelly.  Discussion ranged from what the  agreement will mean to preservation of  federal programs like unemployment  insurance, medicare and pensions to the  likelihood of Quebec separating: one of  the chief sources of debate at the meeting.  "I think it's extremely important  that we pass this," said Skelly, adding a  no vote would probably cause national-  MP Skelly pushes for yes' vote at Greenecourt  ists in Quebec to push for separation.  "The chaos that would result would be  fantastic."  While those views were echoed by  some, others said they resented Quebec's separation being used as a fear  tactic to pass the referendum.  "Do we sell the farm because we  have a hard core group of nationalists in  Quebec?" said one man.  "Meech was going to be the end of  everything, and now this is going to be  the end of everything if we vote no,  eh?" added another.  Some also said the issue of Quebec's  separation shouldn't be the deciding  factor.  "I don't personally think a document like this will keep Quebec from  separating," said Craig Spence of  Sechelt.  But for many of those present, the  subject of Quebec, including the  accord's guarantee of 25 per cent of the  House of Commons seats for that  province was an emotional issue.  "The power there is not presented in  any kind of democracy that 1 know  about," said Hugh McNabb of Gibsons.  "I'm going to vote no."  Others asked "Is that written is  stone? Can it be changed once BC's  population increases appreciably?"  In partial answer, Skelly said it was  unlikely Quebec's population will fall  below 25 per cent, so in practical terms,  the deal would not be an issue.  In addition, he said, such arrangements have historically been a part of  Confederation.  "BC joined as a province," he said.  "It didn't join as a group of Canadians."  For the most part, those present  Wednesday night also wanted clarification on just what they were being asked  to vote on.  But while the larger implications of  the referendum question were the subject of statements from both those supporting and opposing the agreement,  the answers to specific questions didn't  seem to be that obvious, despite copies  of the Consensus Report on the Constitution available at the meeting.  Just what the guarantee of seats for  Quebec really means, how difficult it  might be to change the Constitution if it  passes or how the Canada Clause will  affect interpretation of the Charter of  Rights and Freedoms were a few of the  questions which by the end of Wednesday evening still went largely unanswered.  Speaking about the Canada Clause,  one woman asked why some objectives,  like "development of official language  minority communities," were said to be  supported by "Canadians and their governments", while others like "racial and  ethnic equality" were supported only by  "Canadians."  turn to page 3  Will the real Tom  Alex Richardson  please stand up  by Stuart Burnside  Genealogy professors might  see it as an ancestral shell game,  or it could be regarded as a family tree with bits shaken off by  wind. Whatever the description,  it is a series of circumstances  which saw two brothers separated before the birth of the second  then reunited when the eldest  was 67 years old and living in  England and the younger 47  years old and calling Gibsons  home.  The two brothers share certain similarities, despite being  born and raised in different parts  of the world; similarities which  extend to their names ... both  men are called Tom Alex  Richardson after their father.  The father, the original Tom  Alex Richardson, was born in  Scotland just before the turn of  the century. He served in the  World War 1, married in 1925  and had his first son that same  year, Tom Alex Richardson Jr.  Three years later in 1928,  father Tom left his family and  disappeared. Rumour had it he  had come to Canada.  There is then an 18-year  blank in his life history. What  he did and where he did it is  something of a mystery. It is  known, however, that he remar  ried in Vancouver after that time  and had three daughters and  another son, whom he also  named after himself, Tom Alex  Richardson Jr. Jr.  That son, Gibsons resident  Tom Alex Richardson, 47, met  his now 67-year-old Scottish  brother for the first time last  year when the elder Tom came  for a brief, "get-acquainted"  visit. He is back again this year  with his wife for a more extended stay.  Neither brother knew of the  other's existence until their  father died in 1977. At that  point the mother of the younger  Tom let the Scottish son out  from the clouds in father's past.  Knowledge of the existence  of one's siblings is one thing,  tracking them down, however, is  another, especially when they  live in another part of the world.  "I knew I had a brother out  there," the Gibsons' Tom said,  "but I had no idea were he was."  He knew only that his brother  had been bom in Glasgow.  According to the elder Tom,  he has not lived in Glasgow  since he he was 17 when he left  to join the Royal Air Force.  "I moved to (Eastern England) after I came home from  India in 1948," The older broth-  The Richardson brothers, the elder Tom Alex (left) and Tom  Alex, his younger brother Stuart Burnside photo  er said, "and haven't been back  to Glasgow since, except to  drive through it."  It was an English cousin of  the two brothers who, after visiting relatives in Canada, told the  British Tom about his long lost  relatives and their whereabouts.  I sent them my address,"  (British) Tom said, "and waited  for a reply ... I didn't know what  kind of a reception I would get."  His Canadian family was  eager for contact it turned out  and two months later he was on  a plane to meet his relatives in  person.  "I wasn't sure how I would  know them (at the airport)," the  British Tom Alex noted. It  turned out that wasn't a problem  as one of his long-lost, nieces  recognised him because of his  resemblance to her grandfather.  As Uncle Remus might have  said. "He's da spit'n image o'  de ol' man."  "The resemblance is really  quite amazing," said Gibsons  Tom.  Now that the family is back  together, there is but one  worry... "What did dad do in  those missing 18 years? Is there  another Tom Alex Richardson  out there waiting to be found?  Hospital society awaits  changes, appoints board  by Charles Hart  Amid uncertainty about the  future of hospital society  boards, St. Mary's Hospital  Society elected some new  trustees and appointed a new  executive at its agm Wednesday.  Adminstrator Ted Wright  told the Coast News Thursday  there has been some discussion  by the board of proposed  provincial changes in hospital  administration. Bul trustees  have been unable to come to  any conclusions until they see  the recommendations of the  Health Minister's Advisory  Committee. "It's due to report at  the end of this month on the  regionalization and governance  of health care in BC," said  Wright. "They're likely to  divest from Victoria some decision making out into regions."  Wright said he did not know  how big those regions might be,  but questioned whether hospital  societies would continue to exist  if regional and community  health care boards are eventually set up. "These are things we  have concerns about and are  waiting for the advisory committee's report."  Wright said he hopes the  health ministry will invite interested groups and individuals  across the province to respond  to the recommendations, including a possible change that  would see hospital trustees  elected in civic balloting, as are  school trustees and municipal  politicians. "There are strong  pros and cons about that," he  said. "The board has discussed  it but hasn't really enunciated a  public position on this."  Outgoing society president  Barbara Harvey said all the discussions have been preliminary.  "There's really no point in  deciding anything until we  know exactly what the plans are  going to be."  At Wednesday's agm. Gibsons' Gene Johnson was elected  society president and chairman  of the board, taking over from  Harvey. Isabel Gooldrup of  Pender Harbour was named  vice-president, and Peter Crawford of Sechelt was appointed  treasurer.  turn to page 3  . . ....  __��_jr:: ...*.<,.:~;r. - ���.���;*:  aaaa���  ;- '      :'.---.��-.-~. . Coast News, October 5, 19*)2  ^  ^ Special Touches  ^\ ICLEAMirvlG SERVICES  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Marine  no job coo big or small  INSURrnVVORK  BONDFDSTAn..  885- -445V  news  Mr and Mrs debate, disagree on big C  Amoena Affinity.  TVie Breast Form That  Attaches Safely To Your Body.  Havre's nulhin>> like tht' Irei'doin you'll la.-. I  athvn wtarini: AMOENA AFF1NITV. Wilh ils  smatailh contoured shape and consumarr-teslcal  all ja-hina in svsltm, AMOENA AFFINITY Is  a safe, lashiunabk- alternative fur post-  maslerliiniy women.  For a hri'.tsl form lh.it liHiks, moves anal  feels as natural as nature inlenalei!, e.perl-  eme the Ireejom ol AMOENA AFFINITY  Pharmacare provides a Iree prosthesis  every two years to women over 65.  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So Barker and his wife  Connie, a retired part-lime  teacher, looked up Ihe politicians' numbers and began to  dial live phone.  "We called Ray Skelly's  office and Ihey didn't know,"  says Terry. They called Ihe Victoria hoi line which also didn't  know. Finally Ihey were put on  lo the Ottawa hoi line.  "She said Mr. Mulroney  hasn't made up his mind," says  Terry. "We're three weeks away  from Ihe referendum and we  have no idea whal our vote  means...! said 'That's incredible'."  Terry and the governmenl  information officer commiserated."This is a big national event  and we don't know what it  means."  It can't be easy to get thai  kind of answer in a household  that's already split down the  middle on the referendum question.  He's voting yes. She's voting  no. And in between they have  differing opinions on everything  from the way Ihe yes and no  campaigns are being waged, the  gumption of the politicians, and  whether a defeat of Ihe accord  would break up the country.  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Connie, of course, disagrees,  and says of MP Ray Skelly's  office, busily promoting Ihe  deal, "They don't seem to have  Ihe information they should  have."  Connie also says she objects  to the style of the campaigns  We think  differently on  many counts...  Both of us talk  about it  frequently and  argue'  -the Barkers  endiiiii. "They're a Utile loo  slick. I don'l feel they're hon-  esl," she says. "I'm slanting  towards voting no. I have lo  believe in something before I'll  ������������   vole for il.  "I feel we're  being pressured and  we're not being  given all the information."  One thing the  Barkers, bolh born  and bred in British  Columbia agree on:  "We're West Coasters...but we're also  Canadians."  "We're greal  followers of current events,"  says Teny. "But we're not politically active, other than we do  vole. We're not part of any  political party."  "We think differently on  many counts," say Ihe couple.  And as for Ihe Constitution:  "Both of us talk about it frequently and argue."  The Barkers' four adult children are "about split on this  loo," adds Connie, who says she  hopes the government has a con-  being run in favour of the refer-      tingency plan if the vote goes  Sunnycrest Mall   Gibsons 8M-2023  Joel Johnstone photo  so/so,  As for the Barkers' original  question, Ihe answer still proves  elusive. Local MP Skelly says  the deal could pass with the consent of seven provinces containing 50 per cent of Ihe population. But the provincial referendum office in Victoria says the  deal musl be unanimously  approved by provincial governments, because Ihe accord contains changes to the amending  formula itself which require  unanimous approval. To further  complicate matters, everyone is  quick lo point out the referendum results aren't legally binding on governments, although  several provinces, Quebec and  British Columbia among them,  have pledged to respect the  wishes of their voters.  MLA and Opposition Leader  Gordon Wilson's office says it's  one of the most frequently asked  questions they're getting.  But meanwhile, most of the  600 callers who dial the provincial hot line in Victoria each day  are after basic information says  spokesman Jerome Roth. "They  simply want lo read Ihe agreement."  '  Lack of accord legal text decried  from page I  "Does this mean we would  like Ihis lo happen but our governments aren't committed to  NOW OPEN!  Brenda's  Cuts'n'Curls  Everyday Low Prices  For Seniors  ��� Perms $45  Includes cut, roller set  or curling Iron  ��� Shampoo & Set  $12  ��� Cuts $10  EVENING APPOIMTMEMTS  FOR THE WORKING  WOMAN OR MAN  I'llll.l   S   I   Ills    II  886-4805  it?" she asked.  Larry Grafton of Sechell said  he took exception to the use of  "should" instead of "would"  throughout the accord document. "This doesn't say you  would do things, it says you  should," he told Skelly, who  described it as "an unfortunate  choice of words."  Others said they wouldn't be  happy unless they could see the  legal text of the agreement.  "This document has too many  maybes," said one man. "I can't  give a blank vote yes to 1 don't  know what."  Most of those present also  wanted to know exactly what  their vote would mean, which  according lo Skelly, still seemed  theoretically up lo the final decision of Ihe politicians.  "It is a referendum," he said.  "It is not compelling on the government. Theoretically the governments could go ahead a with  a massive no vote", although,  "It would be insane to do il."  That didn't sit well with  some residents present, who  likened the vote to a massive  public opinion poll. "We're  being asked to vote on something lhat isn't binding on anything, and I for one don'l expect  it will pass in BC," said James  Bartley.  But in between Ihe criticisms  of the deal, there were also  some emotional statements in its  favour.  "How can we possible throw  this country away?" asked one  woman. "I'm going to say yes.  We should think very hard  about Ihis."  Meanwhile Roger Lagasse  urged those present to examine  Ihe accord and "see it there's  anything so objectionable here  lhat you would risk Canada for  il."  Between all the debate on  various clauses, others lamented  the lack of larger vision in the  agreement. "What does Ihe document say about the spirit of  Canada? What does il say aboul  a vision for Canada and whal  Canadians want?" asked Craig  Spence. "Or are we talking  about a political arrangement...?"  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Back from three days in Vernon at the Union of British  Columbia Municipalities  (UBCM) convention last week,  local politicians agreed both the  seminars and informal talks had  provided additional grist for the  mill on local topics.  "It was excellent. It was so  educational," said regional districl director Brett McGillivray.  "What you come back with is  this resolve to write a lot of letters."  In all, over 180 resolutions  were passed by representatives  from regional districts and  municipalities all over  Ihe   province,   and  "many of them were  critical to changes in  governmenl,"    said  McGillivray.  Topics discussed by  local politicians ranged  Brett McGullllvray  ing, was also high on Ihe agenda.  Noi lo be overshadowed by  the current constitutional campaign being waged across the  country, local politicians also  jumped into Ihe issue of aboriginal self-government and treaties,  saying they wanled to be part of  any negotiating com-  *������***���    mittees.  McGillivray said at  the conference many  provincial MLAs and  ministers were available for conversation,  In all,  over 180  resolutions    from,recreaTion"and Were passed' dur!nf wnich some  transit to cross-border re1mlndJers "*�� P0,n|-  shopping and planning          edly dropped about  for the elderly; from  tree legislation, cancer clinics  and gun control to municipal  heraldry.  Subjects of special importance lo the Sunshine Coast  included a requesl for regional  districts to have their own  approving officers for subdivisions, discussion of natural gas  service to corridor communities  like Roberts Creek, and solid  waste management. In particular, the possibility was raised of  using the Sunshine Coasl as a  test project in which residents  could dispose of both hazardous  waste and recycling at eco-cen-  tres, said McGillivray.  Environmenlal authority,  which many regional districts  feel is being downloaded lo  them by the province without  appropriate legislation and fund-  Trustees  selected from  around Coast  from page 1  Wright was reappointed secretary, but the administrator  does not have voting rights.  Russ Crum and Neil Scribner were re-elected as trustees  for three-year terms, as were  new trustees Viivi Alexander  of Pender Harbour and Robert  Graham of Sechelt. Gibsons'  Robert Hyams was elected to a  two-year term to complete Ihe  term of Ellen O'Keeffe, who  resigned in Ihe past year.  The other seven elected  board members will come up  for election next year or the  year after under the existing  structure, which sees trustees  elected in three-year rotations.  regional district bylaws, such as the controversial  Pender Harbour land use bylaw  337, still waiting for provincial  approval.  Regional district chair Peggy  Connor agreed the social events  provided good opportunities for  rubbing shoulders. "That was  really the most interesting time  of the convention," she said,  "...you really got a lol of networking done."  Resolutions passed by the  convention will now be passed  on lo Ihe provincial governmenl  lo consider. "Whether they do  something wilh that is something else," said McGillivray.  On the municipal leve  Sechelt mayor Nancy MacLarty  said she viewed the UBCM  meetings as an opportunity  make an impression on the vari-  Nancy MacLarty  ous ministers. "I had meetings  with four cabinet ministers and  a bunch of deputy ministers,"  she said.  MacLarty said the concerns  she raised included the planning  grant for Sechelt's upcoming  Official Communily Plan process, parking restrictions  imposed on the districl municipality by the department of  highways, Ihe rerouting of  Highway 101 down Sechelt's  Teredo Street, and the noise  emitted by Ihe Construction  Aggregates gravel operation.  As far as the planning grant  is concerned, Maclarty said  Sechelt had applied for a  $54,000 grant for Ihe OCP planning and received $15,000.  Through the UBCM meetings  she garnered promise for another $5,000 and had Sechelt  placed on Ihe "lop" of the  municipal affairs department list  for future funding considera  tions.  Regarding talks with the  minister of highways, Art Char-  boneau, MacLarty said she  asked lor departmenl parking  restriction guidelines to be  relaxed. She said the guidelines  call for an "unrealistic" number  of parking spaces for businesses  along Highway 101. 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Another report had il that former Premier Vander Zalni had announced his intention to  campaign against the Charlottetown Accord.  Such announcements as these, coupled wilh yet another private phone conversation taped from cellular phones  which saw aides of Premier Bourassa agree, privately  they thought, that Quebec's premier had caved in during  the constitutional talks, are giving the negative side in the  upcoming referendum over Canada's future all of the  appearance of momentum as Canadians prepare for Ihe  vote just over three weeks away.  Trudeau is contemptuous, as only he can be, of the  arguments being made for stability and compromise by  those proposing that we vote Yes. Bul then Trudeau was  always a little contemptuous and indifferent when matters  economical were discussed.  This icon of the recent Liberal past was the prime minister who presided over the growth of Ihe giant deficit  that has the country in hock.  When therefore, Pierre Trudeau tells us Ihere is nothing  to worry about if we vote against the Charlottetown  Accord it is not automatically reassuring.  Besides the incompetence of his government's grasp  of matters economic, one could in truth point to his own  heavy handedness back in 1981 which plunged us into this  last decade of confusion and alarm on the Constitution.  Nonetheless, Trudeau has his many admirers. Many  Canadians who could not sland him as Prime Minister  look back nostalgically to his time when, if nothing else,  they had a leader who certainly did not seem confused.  His weight will be felt forcibly in favour of the No side of  the question.  Nor would it be wise to underestimate the impact of  former premier Vander Zalni. The irrepressible Bill left  office, it is true, in something less than a shower of glory,  but he too has his loyal constituents and if he campaigns  he will have impact.  Meanwhile, the proponents of the Charlottetown  Accord seem to be having difficulty in getting their act  together and the show on the road.  I The only thing that stands out in recent days is the theatrical display put on by the Prime Minister when he tore  up the agreement and the country, metaphorically, in discussion of the victory for the negatives in the coming  vote.  'jBut Brian Mulroney has so little credibility that one  reels the Yes side in the debate would do well to keep him  out of sight if they only could.  Apart from that one can only think of B.C.'s Minister  of Finance, by all accounts one of the ablest and most  promising young politicians on the political stage these  days, who returned from meetings in Eastern Canada with  the news that investors there arc very concerned about the  possibility of break-up of this federation of ours.  The Yes side of the debate seems to be vacillating from  warnings about the economic effects of still more political uncertainty to a rosy 'accentuate the positive'  approach and falling unconvincingly between the two.  There are three weeks still to go and perhaps the debate  will yet be joined with clarity.  At the moment, however, the Charlottetown Accord  teems in serious jeopardy and one suspects that its main  opponents, Trudeau, Vander Zalm, Wilson, et al, have no  clear idea of the road ahead if their present campaigns of  obstruction and negativity prove successful.  p J**>*a^����>*����*M^ l*-^. A  ma   / \  Keep kittens  indoors  This is a letter to the young  girl (Ann Konopasek) who has  been writing to the paper to  plead with drivers to slow down  in an effort to stop cats being hit  by can.  I was very saddened to read  of the suffering that these animals and their owners have  endured, especially because all  of it could have been prevented,  and not only by cars driving  slower.  No family pets should be  allowed to run loose, and that  includes cats.  Too many people think that  cats must be allowed lo run free,  that you can't keep them penned  up, and because of this misguided good intention, scores of  them fall victim to injuries .ind  death.  An indoor cat will be your  companion for many years and  will never have to run from wild  animals, dogs, cars or abusive  people.  It will not come home torn  and bleeding from fights with  other cats.  An indoor cat can be taken  outside on a leash and harness -  I have two cats who know the  sound of their leashes just like  dogs know the sound of car  keys, and they are completely  content within the confines of  their yard.  Outdoor pens can be built for  cats just as runs can be built for  dogs.  So, Ann, I hope that you will  bring your new kitten indoors  and keep it there, and that it will  be a friend to you for a very  long time.  You will be a model to a lot  of other people if you do this,  and I think that you will enjoy  your kitten a lot more than if  you are woirying about it being  out on its own all the time.  PS: Please also make sure  that you have your kitten  neutered just in case it escapes  at some time - the SPCA can tell  you all about the hundreds of  cats lhat have to be destroyed  each year because there are no  home for them.  WENDY LUCAS  Novate, Ca  Fox run doubles  1991 support  Everyone and everything  cooperated to make this year's  Terry Pox Run (walk, stroller,  bicycle) in Gibsons a success.  The pause in the rain attracted  participants to St Mary's Church  when they were inspired by the  sounds of C&E Musicians and  the sight of bellydancer Deborah  Pageau prior to heading out on  the 3,6 or 10 km route.  Combined donations and  pledges totalled $3,928.50 -  twice last year's amount.  The community support for  this event came from Gibsons  Plaza IGA, who supplied juice  boxes, Super-Valu who supplied  oranges and apples. Henry's  Bakery donated baked goods.  Support also came from Sunco  Printing, Pharmasave and St  Mary's Chuich. The volunteers  headed up by Rieta and John  were kept busy throughout the  morning.  Many thanks to all who participated and special recognition  td Kaitlyn Capron, who was the  youngest participant tit eight  weeks old. See you all next  year.  MARY FINDLAY  Gibsons  Forests belong  to the people  m  lit  ..)  al  I was under the mistaken1!  impression that the people ofv  BC owned the forests.  In January 1992, Chiefi  Forester John Cuthbert!  announced a 10 percent reduc-,?  tion to MacBlo's Allowably  Annual Cut (AAC) in TFL 44.  This reduced AAC was still  higher than the company had cut  in 1991.  Angry over MOF exercising,,  its power, MacBlo appealed the.  ruling to a government-appoint;1  ed appeal board. (The public hasi  no such rights under the Forest  Act).  Furthermore, MacBlo argued i  that MOF have no right to con-.  sider things like wildlife,  tourism or recreation when set-,  ting the AAC,  On Sept. 16, the panel ruled  that the chief forester could not  reduce MacBlo's cut!  Why such impunity and arro  gance'  'ib  MtfXfS NVfctMM  We welcome letters to the editor on matters ol public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mall  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunahlne Cottt Newt  Boxes  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Our neighbours, too, face difficult days this fall  Robert Findlay, president and.,,  CEO of Noranda Forest Prod,,,  ucts (MacBlo's parent compa-,,  ny), spoke of their long-term  plans for BC: "When we make/  any large investments, we'll put,,  them where they can get the best,,.  return. That's not in BC and it's,,,  probably not in Canada." (Cana-,,!  dian Business, July 1991, P. 44^  The NDP need to be told than,,  the forests belong to the people.,,  Write your MLA. m\  JIMPINR;  Victoria,,  ib  1w  We went down to Ashland, Oregon, for ten days  very recently. We have found a way to get there  for each of the last half dozen yean.  The attraction for us is a very good repertory  theatre company indeed which from February to  November presents an enormously successful sea-  ion in three theatres with the offerings about  equally divided between Shakespearean presentations and modem drama.  Every year it attracts people from all over continental North America to the little university town  In south central Oregon and a thriving little community it is.  For t long time I dreamed of having something  similar start up in Gibsons and a few years ago  tinder the leadership of the late Rae Purdie we  came very close to accomplishing the goal, but a  wishy washy civic administration and some unexpected hostility from within the Coast's artistic  community at the crucial time undid the project  and now it seems unlikely that Gibsons will ever  be anything but a bedroom community with an  increasingly dwindling identity.  For those who find that thought offensive, I  apologise, but would ask that they consider just  how many projects are being initiated successfully  in Sechelt just lately. From the Raven's Cry Theatre to the Writers' Festival to tbe intelligent use of  Rockwood Lodge, Sechelt grows apace in numbers  musings  John burnside  and in the quality of alternatives it offers its citizenry.  I think that is wonderful, don't get me wrong,  but it might have been nice to have two vibrant  centres on the Coast instead of just one.  Be all that as it might have been, we again  enjoyed our visit to Ashland, saw some good theatre, dined in some splendid restaurants, booming  through a ten-month season, and poked around the  magnificent Oregon Coast, coming and going.  The last time we went that way was in late  February, early March of 1991. It was a very different America that we were visiting then.  The Gulf War was brought to a successful conclusion while we were visiting last year. President  George Busn was the most popular president in  the country's history and the nation basked in a  euphoria of a military triumph which seemed to be  sweeping the bad memories of Vietnam into the  trash can of American history.  In the fall of 1992 tbe United States of America  is a society coming to grips with a dismal economic situation. The accumulated debt piled up in die  past eight years is staggering even for the world's  most mighty economy. Everyone agrees that it is a  shocking burden for the American people and their  children to shoulder, but aside from that there  seems to be very little agreement about what  should be done and how.  More chilling than die debt load, is the apparent  loss of confidence on die put of what until very  recently was the world's most brashly self-assured  people.  The Americans have become belatedly aware  that their cities and national infrastructure are  becoming dangerously decayed at a time when  they can least afford to rectify the situation. Again,  awareness of tbe problem bas not led so far to any  consensus about how tbe nation should go about  repairing the neglect  They have become aware that their education  system is not producing able young people with  the same degree of efficiency as their primary economic rivals, Japan and Germany; they are becoming aware that tbe health service they provide their  citizens is the worst among rich industrialised  nations; they are becoming aware that unaccept  able numbers of their citizenry are living and dying!  in terrible poverty.  Again, awareness of the accumulating problems  has not yet led to any clear sense of how the nation  can come to grips with them. >  President Bush, no longer the conquering hen ,  is trailing in the polls as he seeks re-election to tt  presidency. Indeed, it is difficult to see why th  should not be so for Bush seems to be advocatit  the same economic programs which under himse  and his predecessor have brought the world]  mightiest economy into such dire straits.  As a running mate he has continued to sadd  himself with a vice-presidential candidate who!  best can be described as lacklustre, and who inde  seems regarded by an increasing number of Amet  cans as simply a fool.  Most recently the uncertainties of the America  election have been added to considerably by the I  entry into the race of Ross Perot. The uncertain i  of the American voter and the difficulties they a i  beginning to realise that are more than cosmetic;:  their system makes for a very different mood thj i  that which prevailed eighteen months ago.  The nights are cool and clear in Ashland   i  September, the days warm and dry. The little toi  bustles happily through another successful sea*  I  of theatre. The nation around it, however, seems; i;  the moment to have lost its confidence and its wa  COAST^NEWS  nt I-**  tie MM Can Maa k to* mmt M  t* tmtat, CM SC. Mm  ���MUmULIaa am Cabal,  If, aWtWIW ��**��*�� *���*��) �����****.  ���MM Oka. B* ft Ma* IS. PHI ���*��  wmmmm*mm\mnmm��aam\  net  ��tmmmma*am*rmjta_H rtgNMra  tmetteasm*msnlmi>tr>,snimna    ________*_t��_____*  mHmet unaw pajnrwon a* mat_ a* tnt    RapiiaMMMvai  mm ton mam nm ut, ma a a*  imvtiJMat��m;Mm^mra.  km or. mm, i m m ��� im m.  Wa��. turn no no am tm* em m  Joel Johnstone  m atetman  OfSei  'SlSlMSJ  �����* Zm�� ^L��"__1  Your communitY's AWARD-WINNING newspaper  ^|j-^2��gji>r  ^��*&___&r  ���Mmi Coast News, October 5, 1992  opinion  I've got a gal in Kalamazoo  My family, and it's got to be  my fault mainly because I am  the eldest son, bin my family are  not good letter writers. We are  pretty well all writers one way  and another, but not letter writers. The name Nutter, if you go  to the Oxford Dictionary of  English Names, comes from  Notyere which meant writer or  notary. The firsl known one,  Geoffrey Notyere, worked with  Geoffrey Chaucer on Edward  Ill's beginning civil service. He  probably wrote a lot of letters.  My family, however, somehow doesn't get around to writing many letters. I think this is  deplorable of course, but still it  goes on.  Other families have whole  archives bursting with letters.  The Churchills for example.  There are people, like the  Sitwells, who have looked after  their later days simply publishing their letters back and forth. I  once bounced a copy of R.L.  Stephenson's letters off the back  of a wolf spider in Vancouver  and it was a heavy book, man.  There are of course great collections of letters and there are  maybe people who read practically nothing else. What we  know about the early days of  Canada comes mainly through  family letters, and letters in  those days took months to get  vlhere they were going.  None of this absolves my  family, and particularly myself,  fiom the charge that we don't  write letters. It was then a considerable boost to get a letter  In a nutshell  from my daughter in Kalamazoo, Michigan.  Sanny writes from Kalamazoo that she is going around on  crutches. She doesn't tell me  what is the cause of this, but she  tells me that she is weiring volleyball players' knee pads in  order to get around in the house.  Sanny was born during the  war and the first I saw of her  she was sleeping in my tin mink  at the foot of our bed in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. It was a  room above a dance hall and it  was the time of the cow-cow  boogie. The whole place, Sanny  included, shook to the cow-cow  boogie.  She was of course somewhat  taken up by the fellows in the  squadron, and the man I flew  with, David Baldwin, became  her godfather. Years later, in  New Orleans, she visited him,  asking for his blessing or whatever.  Sanny at an early age went to  Africa, saying that she wanted  to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.  They went off, a group of them,  and they walked up Kilimanjaro; but Sanny stayed behind in  Johannesburg and became a  'financial advisor'. There came  a day, however, when someone  letters  stuart nutter  advised her that if she stayed a  day over three years in South  Africa they would clomp on to  her assets. She put her affairs  into the hands of friends, boarded an aircraft and arrived in  Toronto.  At that time I had a thing  going called 'film planning',  and used to have lunch at a  horseshoe-shaped bar inhabited  otherwise by newspaper men,  advertisers and various horse  players.  On this day there is a light  touch on my shoulder and there  is my little darter from South  Africa and she is looking absolutely smashing.  The point, if there is one, in  all this is that really we should  all write more letters. I share a  house with a man who writes  regularly a daily diary. He has  diaries going back into the early  '60s. Sure they maybe don't  have much to say from day lo  .day, but there is what there was  on that day and all you have to  do is open the book.  Letter writing is much the  same. It could be thought a little  late in the game for me but I am  going to write more letters.  Phone calls are okay, but letters  are really better.  Insidious plot  grips Gibsons...  I have a theory about what  the movie Needful Things is  really about. I do not think they  are shooting a film about the  book at all.  I have overheard several  townsfolk talking about their  experience after reading the  book. They say the book "disturbed" them, "brought up very  disturbing emotions," and some  ot1 these folk concluded their  description by staring into  space. '  "My theory is that the book  Needful Things is subtly altering the minds of all who read it  ami that this is an intentional  ptot to mindwash us. When not  only the facade of our town has  been altered to suit the plot, but  vAen the minds of the people  who. pass in and out of those  facades every day have been  suitably altered as well, then the  rtftl story will begin.  When we have all become  characters in Ihe novel, the cameras will begin to roll. The subject will be us, the townspeople  who have become, themselves,  'needful things'. I suspect the  ending of this scenario is yet to  b�� written, yet lo be played out  *n  IK  upon our very streets - in some  skewed and insidious fashion.  I am convinced those beings  behind the cameras and behind  the scenes are, in reality,  changelings themselves - from  where or when 1 dare not think.  Fortunately, only those of, us  who have not read the book  Needful Things are, as. yet  immune to Ihis insidious mind-  washing, soul-stealing plot. It  will be up to us to save the  Town of Gibsons before it is too  late.  Please, if you are reading  this, and understand, contact me  before it is too...  (The letter ends abruptly al  this point, Ihe writer barely, able  to sign his name, apparently,)  DAVID DRESSLER  Gibsons  '"SKSss  in  "NEEDFUL WINGS"  at Gramma's Pub  WINGS20*ONFRIDAYS,^  Plus In-House Specials  ���~~���m~~  A WAY RESTAURANT  MOTOR INN  '  ijir in im\���* ���- '���'���- ���^"*^^-^^^-^'--'  ���  ?e*tfu>UH$,  SUNDAY BUFFET LUNCH  ll:OOAM - 2:00PM  For Reservations  Please Call  886-4501  BREAKFAST SERVED DAILY  FROM 5:30 am  maamtaammmmmmmmmmmwmmmmrmm.           ,      We would like to invita you        .  .    to our 2 for 1 lunch special    aa  4.JBuy June!! % ye��,w^^aai <^^  iin' i ill I iiiiilllajayaaaaayaaaiaaM 1V11 uliiillii 11 lyraat ilia)isMei'imjtmi I I n     "  9  _^_^_^_tm_  ���������'��� 888*04600  1m___\__\_^SSmmmm  ��� Lawrence K.  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Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  11 am - 2:30 pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  The Boil House. - Jusl 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 (or  our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2  pm. Friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals  are jusl some of Ihe reasons you'll  keep coming back. If you have an  important rendezvous or a ferry to  catch, please let us know and we'll  make Ihe necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-  8188. All major credit cards  accepted.  Cafe Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere wilh warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prepared with  Ihe freshest ingredients - bolh  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 & Sat 9 -  9. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square,  Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  Dir Lebanon Reitlurtnt - Now open  In Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101.  Lunch and Dinner features include  Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels,  Cappuccino, Espresso and  Desserts. Open 7 days a week, 10  am - 11 pm. Eat in or take-out.  Catering for parlies and weddings.  886-3572. Everything we make is  made with love!  Hild-A-Wly Restaurant Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining al Ihe Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy,  101 at Park Rd Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add lo your enjoyment  of our excellenl breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30.im - 2pm, closed  from 2pm ��� 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-10pm. Our Sunday buffet (11 am ��� 2 pm) features a  scrumplkaus salad bar, wilh a large  selection of hot ond cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  nighl 2 for 1 special 5pm-10pm.  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats  plus banquet room.  Hillside Family Restaurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air conditioned. Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am -  10 pm. Fri & Sal 11 am - 11 pm.  886-2993  The Onega Pizza, Sleak and Lobiter  Houie - With a perfect view of Gibsons Marina, and a good time  atmosphere, the Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll  often see Bruno Gerussi, former  star of Ihe Beachcombers, dining  here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are Iheir specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very special children's menu. Reservations  recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch Mon. -  Fri., 11:30 - 2:30; dinner daUy 4 - 9  pm, Fri. 4 Sat., 'til 10 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger - Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secrel Cove. Lunch and  dinner served seven days a week  from 11:00 a.m. Lunch specials  daily. Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  pizza with homemade dough. 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 lable. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  besl. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885-7285.  New China Kitchen - GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hoi 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 parlies. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am -10 pm. Friday  & Salurday, 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 homeslyle specialties in the pub: or Ihe 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 - 8:00 pm.  Sechefl Legion 1140 - One of the best  bargains on the Coasl, every Friday nighl, are Ihe fabulous barbe-  qued steak dinners served from 6  to 8 pm for only $6.75. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. top sirloin steak  served wilh your choice of baked  potato (with all the garnishes) or  delicious potato salad. Also included is a green salad with choice of  dressings and garlic bread. Lunch  is served Monday to Friday from  II am lo 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along wilh a regular  menu lhat includes chicken strips,  burgers and sandwiches. Thursday  is Fish & Chips, featuring a fuil  order of the tastiest fish and chips  with cole slaw for only $4-55. Take  oul orders available. Members and  guests welcome. 5591 Wharf Street,  Sechell. 885-9922  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed selling with ocean view. Average dinner for Iwo, $30. We're now open 7  days a week 11-11 wilh our kitchen  open from 11-10. Pender Harbour,  883-1145, Mastercard & Visa. Fully  licensed.  FINE DINING  Blue Heron 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 wilh a candle at your  lable. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Choi Philippe Reitaurant al Bonniebrook Lodge. Chef Philippe is  busy cooking up your favorites  including Spinach salad with  warm Balsamic Vinaigrette and  Fresh Australian Rack of Lamb  wilh 7 grain crusl. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly^'  professional service, intimate din*,  ing in Ihe 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 Houie - 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 seals.  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, mam  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for Iwo and  flambe desserts are prepared al  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  Lord Jim's Retort Hotll - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspina Slrail sel Ihe Iheme for a  beautiful nighl oul. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and soft music add  up lo make yours a night lo  remember. We feature daily dinner  specials as well as our popular  "lable dhole". Closed Ocl. 7th.  Effective Oct. 12, we will be closed  Monday - Wednesday. Open  Ihurs and Fri. 6 - 9 pm, Sal. and  Sun 8 am ��� 2 pm for breakfast and  lunch, dinner 6 - 9 pm Visa, Mastercard, American Express Reservations recommend. 885- 7038  Pebblai ��� On The Beach ��� Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by & 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  Sechell al the Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie 1 Gwen'i Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, alter 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  4  ~-*:~ -----a-*-' ������-  '-���'. .. ���-      -    _ ��� ,...,������   -.��  ��� Coast News, October 5, 1992  |_  ^tttt^ctticiat^     ....  ��� 7. \i  sus  Diane  Roberts  newspaper  up and dou  and  Dlane'<  SEX REALTY is pleased to we  DIANE WUJJAMS  to its office in the Trail Bay Ma  moved lo the Coast in 1984 and now  Creek Since her arrival, she lias work  and mail distribution industry Her exit  m Ihe Coasl have introduced her lo m  made her very familiar with Ihe whole  warm smile and willingness to work  greal assel in the real estate Industry  Diane invites you lo call her at  885-3295 or 886-2689.  come  1  lives in  ed in the  ���nslve travels  any (ine folk  area  A/ill be a  ���  education  Ministry mix-up sparks controversy  by Darah Hansen  Whal is being called an oversight on the part of Ihe Minisin  of Education has tillered down  lo local levels, sparking a rising  dispute between Ihe local school  board members and leachers.  The concern is over the difference between Ihe length of  Ihe present school year versus  Ihe contracts*] length of the  teacher's work year. What  stands lo be lost are Ihe five pro  fessional development days as  well as the Ihree change days  legally entitled to Sunshine  Coasl leachers under their present contract.  It's Ihe resull of Ihe Ministry  of Education's position regarding regulation eight of the  School Act, which stales sludenis are required to receive a  prescribed amount of instruction  during Ihe regular school year  totalling 190 days. The regula  rs Fall Planting Time!  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The conflict has put the  school board in the uncomfortable position of deciding  whether or not to honour their  teachers' contract or to abide  with the decision made at the  provincial level.  At Tuesday's school board  meeting, superintendent Clifford  Smith spoke out in favour of  professional days but said he  believed ihe School Act took  precedence.  "What it all boils down lo is  that I really would like to support it (teachers' contract) but il  would mean going against the  ministry's stipulated orders,"  said Smith.  Smith later commented that  should the school board side  with the teachers, the ministry  said there could be "possible  consequences" which Smith  interpreted as Ihe withholding of  budget funding.  "If 18 million is the salary of  Don Tamelin helped  minor hockey in Sechelt  by going into overtime.  Don is an account manager  at Royal Bank here in Sechelt.  But in his spare time, he's a  director of the Sunshine  Coast Minor Hockey  Association, which keeps  eighteen teams looking sharp  on the ice.  So Don scores big with the  12- and 13-year-old Pee Wee  players in our community.  In addition to being a  volunteer director with the  Association, Don is also the popular and well-  respected coach of his own minor hockey team,  the Sunshine Coast Flames.  And he doesn't do it all in regulation time.  During the season, Don practices with the team  every Wednesday night after work, and on  weekends they usually  compete in games and  tournaments.  Hockey is definitely in  Don's blood. After all, he  played the sport himself for  ten years, and his father  was a coach when he was  growing up.  Why does Don do it?  "I like to see the kids  develop and work as a  team," he says.  Thanks, Don, for giving the kids in Sechelt a  great team-player to look up to.  And to all of the other Royal Bank people here  and across Canada who volunteer their time in so  many ways, we'd just like to say thanks for doing  what you do.  ROYAL BANK  ajg  ludfl  A Ntw Sfai.it  orC.���,n,  teachers for all of the 187 days  and they work 182 days," Smith  suggested as an example, "they  could withhold .VI87lh of that  18 million."  The lack of funding would  only create more problems for a  school board lhal is already having difficulty meeting all the  needs of ils students, said Smith.  Sharon Wood, president of  Ihe Sunshine Coast Teachers  Association, said teachers are  gelling "antsy" on Ihe issue of  whether Ihey will be supported  or not by the board. She said the  professional days are vital to  teachers who have little other  opportunity to discuss an  increasing number of serious  issues being raised within the  school system.  Both Wood and Smith said  lhat so far both sides have been  considerate of the other's posilion and are trying to come lo an  equitable solution. Al Tuesday's  meeting, the school board  mimed Oct. 16 as a professional  development day. They further  discussed selling a date to officially discuss the contentious  issue. It is expected to occur  before Ocl. 13.  Both expressed Ihe desire for  the government lo lake command of the situation and make  Ihe appropriate changes while  tensions are still low. "Anita  Hagan could with a stroke of a  pen solve Ihis," said Wood.  Cassiar  portables  sought  for Coast  by Darah Hansen  Though most of the town  has been auctioned off already,  it's possible that a little piece of  the now defunct northern BC  mining town of Cassiar will  make its way lo Ihe Sunshine  Coast.  School District No. 87  (Stikine) has announced plans  to sell the town's two portable  schools and the Sunshine Coast  has expressed an interest to buy  them.  Fred Scolt, director of facilities, was sent up to Cassiar earlier this week lo survey Ihe  school for soundness and overall design before Ihe local  school board made its official  bid.  The board is competing with  two other school districts for  the portables but treasurer Tim  Anderson believes the Sunshine Coasl is favoured at winning because of its increasingly  high sludent growth rates.  The town of Cassiar ceased  lo exist late this summer when  the asbestos mining company  that had kept it in operation for  40 years was forced to shut  down after the provincial government declined financial  assistance.  BILL  you're youthful��wise  youra��ei  But Lardy or Nifty  hit Forty or Fifty*  hm fmm  ihe'L*  i  i i  -'--' ^-..aH.-. -      ���-.. .^^^^_^_���^_^_^__^^^^^    ^  _*_*___________* Coast News, October 5, 1992  community  'Regular (iibsunitcs* wailed in line hoping tu be chosen as a Needful Things exlra.    Charles Han pholo  Locals have movie stars in their eyes  Darah Hansen i^L ���,%. '  While Ihe glamour of Hollywood was nowhere in sight, Ihe  smell of fame and fortune hung  like a particularly odorous perfume the air.  For four hours on Wednesday Ihe exlras casting agent for  Ihe production, Sandra Could-  well, inviled intimile groups of  expectant actors into her modest  hotel room, lined Ihem in pairs  against a barren, while wall,  gave Ihem a sheel of paper identifying Ihem by lasl name and  number marked boldly in black  fell, and with lightening speed,  snapped Iheir mugshols wilh a  tiny instamalic.  Then il was Ihe old "don'l  call us" line, politely executed  as she shooed lh" group oul Ihe  door only lo start the whole process again.  ll was an open casting call  for Steven King's Needful  Things to which aboul 504  eager people answered for reasons as varied and mysterious as  their own genetic makeup.  "1 was a tree in school," said  Sechell resident Dunne Craigan  of his previous acting experience. He said lhal he and a  friend joined Ihe  line-up jusl for Ihe        experience.  Sevenleen-year-  old Gibsons student  Zoe Mackenzie  wasn't sure why  she'd come down.  She said she didn't  even like Steven  King movies very  much. Her brolher,  Adam, had a clearer         focus.  He liked King's stuff and, he  said, "il would be cool to be in a  movie."  Of course, noi everyone was  a novice at Ihis kind of thing.  Ron Huggins had been in Ihe  Beachcombers. "Bul Ihey asked  me. I didn'l ask Ihem. I think I  ended up wilh aboul 20 seconds," he said.  Former stunl-woman  Kathyrn Stibbards said she  george In glbsons  4f^i Lord Jim's  4mmwr   invites you to join us tor  Thanksgiving Dinner  -4-t��S9��k  includes:  ^Sf^ttSy*^'    *-Qesar ***������*>*-  ^Siyfiri      "����$' ���"������(ey wim Dre55'n9  j^5*Rf\      Mashed Potatoes  vwl^BrJ*       Brussel Sprouts  iffiwjiwWw,    Cranbeiry Sauce  M ijffiv?    Selection of Homemade Desserts  MlTO.       lad"                      $M"  '/I'lli   '''ir* ^A.   l^rNrUrm     mW^P��Couple  ffllnfe'MBh    m\4   OHIIIM  viSW5^ 885-7038  Hwy 101, |U)I pml Secrel Cove                         Reseivohons Recommended  'Basically we're  looking/or  town's people,  people for the  bars and cafes'  -Sniiiliii Couldwell  needed the part for her resume.  "Any movie experience looks  good," she said.  As the line inched forward,  Ihey talked and laughed aboul  Iheir chances, passing along Ihe  rumour that already some lucky  girl had been hired.       They  talked  loo,  about whal others  had written about  Ihemselves in Ihe  minimal space given  on the application  sheet. Fach trying lo  pin-poinl thai one  special skill lhal  would sel Ihem  apart from all the       others.  Dunne Craigen  said he was a quick learner. Zoe  Mackenzie said she could hoola*  hoop. Adam Mackenzie said he  was an extreme skiicr, not to  mention a nice, fun-loving guy.  Rex McKenzie tried lo cap-  lure Ihe mystery and inlrique of  Ihe film writing lhal he was an  unemployed poet/philosopher  with past life explorations.  Bul Ihe long and short of il  was thai bolh the lung.aiul jaiiorU  had nn equal chance.  What is really required of an  exlra is patience and availability.  "Basically we're looking for  town's people, people for Ihe  bars and cafes," said Couldwell.  "They could be any age - regular 'Ciibsoniles'." Sometimes  it's more specific, she said. "In  the bars we'll probably want  loggers and fishermen - people  who look like lhal."  Though the number of extras  required has not yet been specified, Iheir tasks have been On a  blue Information sheet handed  oul in the line-up, exlras will be  expected to wear Iheir own  cloths (only specific colours)  and stand out in Ihe rainy  November wealher for possibly  hours on end.  The paper suggests "exlras  should bring adequale rain gear,  long underwear and changes  when Ihey work as we have no  additional wardrobe lo keep  extras warm and dry."  Bul thai wasn't dampening  anyone's spirits as Ihey filed  Inwards Ihe room and smiled at  live instamalic.  IF YOU WANT YOUR KIDS TO  GET BETTER GRADES, DO  YOUR HOMEWORK  Discover how Sylvan Learning Centre can give your child the  educational edge that makes a difference. In our stress-liee,  positive environment, childien become excited about learning.  You can see It on theli faces ��� and on their report cards.  Study Sklllt  ��� Time Management  ��� lime Power/Goal Setting  ��� Listening ��� Note taking ��� Outlining  ��� Reading ��� Study strategies  ��� Test taking strategies  ������ginning Reading Program  ��� Word Analysis skills  ��� Oral reading ��� Fluency  ��� Vocabulary ��� Comprehension  Academic Reading  ��� Higher lovoi/critical thinking skills  ��� Analysls/Synthesls/Evaluatlon  rjj Sylvan  Learning  Centre  ____!___n__ kiits be their best  Writing Program  ��� Grammar/Mechanics  ��� Paragraph, Essay & Report Writing  ��� Outlining  ��� Editing Skills  Math/ Algebra  ��� Computation Skills  ��� Understanding ot concepts & their  application  ��� Experience with theoretical math  NORTH SHORE  985-6811  "Have you done your homework?'  shouldn't be an essay question.  "y, f  by (iturge Cooper  Langdale School's newsletter  announces a Sunshine Coast  Parents' Conference on Saturday, Ocl. 17, beginning al 8:30  am. One topic is parent involvement in Ihe child's learning.  Night Light  Early darkness al Ihis lime of  year and even earlier, come  October 4, won't prevent rugby  practice on an Elphinstone play-  field.The Gibsons Rugby Club  can now practise Tuesday and  Thursday evenings under a  perimeter of floodlights "as  brighl iis Swangard Stadium's,"  says John Rainer.  Rainer says a lol of volunteer  work and gifts of material pul il  all together: poles donated by  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper,  wiring by Morrison Electric and  high level work and equipment  by our firemen and Gary's  Crane Service.  "The lights were leftovers  from some renovations Ihe  Soulh Memorial Sporls Association was doing in Vancouver,''  said Rainer. "We've had them  for a year now.  "The School Board has been  most co-operative," John added,  "and Ihe lights will be of some  use lo them, too."  The club's 20th anniversary  reminds us that Ihe game was  introduced here by teacher Gary  Gray al a lime when winter  sporls came entirely indoors.  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Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  k  Elphinstone  Secondary  ���News���  FAU PARENTS' CONFERENCE  On October 17, 1992, from 9:00 am to 3:45 pm Hie  District Parents Advisory Council and School District #46  are sponsoring a conference for parents. Localion: Sechell  Elementary School. Brochures and registration forms are  available in all school offices.  MATH TUTORING AVAILABLE  Did you know ihe math department offers free tutoring lo all  Elphinstone students from 7:45 to 8:50 each morning and  for a half hour each lunchtime?  ATTENTION: GRADE 12 PARENTS  On'October 6, 1992, college and university representatives  | wi^ be providing information and advice regarding post-  secondary education lo our grade 12 students. Call the  counselling office at 866-2204 for more information and  interview times.  DID YOU KNOW?  Graduation is no longer enough! Experts estimate 70% of  the new jobs created in the 90s will require post-secondary  training. It is also going to be increasingly difficult to gel  lhat training as colleges are having lo turn away students  with average grade point averages. A student's grades in  grade 11 and 12 will increasingly affect young people's  futures.  dirts toy  by Jo- Ann* Sheanh, 88S-3��2*>  The sounds of "One club,  two hearts, Ihree no trump" will  be echoing through the hall  when Friday afternoon bridge  resumes October 9 at I pm  Admission is $2 and include  delicious refreshments For  more info, please call Hazel ai  885-5678.  Shopping Ideas  It's gift shopping time again  and there are a vast number of  crafl sales, flea markets and  bazaars lo choose from in Ihe  coming weeks.  The ladies auxiliary to the  legion. Branch 140. is holding  its Christmas bazaar and bake  sale Sunday, Nov. I.  The Davis Bay/Wilson  Creek Communily Association  is having its firsl craft sale and  flea market of the fall season  Nov. 7 from 9 am lo 12 noon  To book your table call Eileen al  885-3702.  Kirkland Centre is holding ils  annual Christmas bazaar in  November, so watch for the  upcoming date. Proceeds from  this affair will go towards a day  trip to Vancouver.  Community thanks  The communily association  wishes to thank Grant McBain  of Ihe Salmonid Enhancement  Society for being their guide Ihe  day of the Pioneer Picnic.  Thanksgiving  Next Monday is Thanksgiving, a day to reflect and give  lhanks for all the blessings of  this past year.  For some, it has been a lime  of sorrow, despair and pain,  while lo others it has been a  year of new beginnings, fresh  starts and exciting challenges.  Whichever category we fit into,  please lake Ihe time to be thankful for whal we have.  History Time  In the early days of the communily, Ihere was a greal assortment of activities designed to  entertain, inform and teach  those who chose lo live here.  Aside from the everyday  responsibilities of both Ihe men  and women, Ihere was always  lime made for cultural pursuits.  In one of the old papers it  reads: "A very successful Spring  Tea was held at Ihe home of  Mrs. Georgina Keids of Davis  Bay, with Mrs. Mutter and Mrs.  McCullough pouring tea.  Entertainers for Ihe afternoon  were Vaughn Franske and Avril  l.ucken, elocution students of  Mrs. Critchall. Mrs. Turner  played Ihe piano while vocal  solos were sung by Roger l.ucken and Vaughn Franske."  The site of Ihe Big Maples  was once a farm owned by Ihe  Mullers.  He sold eggs and vegetables  to Ihe local stores, while she  was always the gracious hostess  presiding at Ihe Strawberry  Teas, which were frequently  held on the lawn.  Mrs.Mutter spent her last  years in Extended Care at St.  Mary's Hospital, passing away  al the age of 103 years, while  Mr. Mutter relumed lo England  lo spend his lasl days with his  sister.  The children of Ihe community were fortunate to have the  opportunities to learn some of  Ihe social skills and graces  which are sometimes lacking  today.  Hal Roberls, who had been a  professional singer, undertook  the task of teaching the children  lo sing. He organized Ihe Wilson Creek Junior Choir which  included early songbirds Marie  Goldrip, Roger, Lynda, Avril  Frank Relsz caught more than he bargained for at the Davis Bay  wharf Thursday. This old bike rim and starfish caused him to  break six inches off a brand new fishing rod.   Joel Johnstone photo  and Sandy l.ucken, I.ee Brown,  Dianne McDonald, Pamela  Jackson, Vaughn and Vicki-l.ce  Franske and Eloise (Owly)  Delong.  People in Ihe community  were more than happy to share  Iheir talents wilh those who  wanled lo learn, be il elocution,  singing, playing in Ihe orchestra,  needlework, cooking or carpentry. Whal a gentle way of life!  by Beverley Shipley  Graduate student of the School of Resource and Environmental  Management of Simon Fraser University, Tony Wong, who conducted a door to door survey of Roberts Creek residents this past summer,  has completed his preliminary report. Following are some of Tony's  results as taken from his paper:  The survey was conducted to gain public opinion on forest management in the Roberts Creek, Mount Elphinstone forest area. Questionnaires were delivered to 147 households in the Creek (every seventh house) and 115 were useable. Only 6.1 per cenl reported using  the forests for work; most respondents supported continued timber  production, but the general feeling was that limber and jobs should be  a third priority after (1) preservation of water quality and quantity and  (2) the protection of fish and wildlife habitat and lhat alternative systems lo clear-culling should be adopted.  Respondent opinion was strongly influenced by the media. There  was strong support for localized public participation and decision  making on forest management.  Interesting to note is the support given to environmental groups  and the Roberts Creek Community Association (RCCA) by Creekers.  Some of the higher percentages are: RCCA, 35 per cent; Greenpeace,  18 per cent; World Wildlife Fund, 14 per cent; Western Canada  Wilderness Committee, 13 per cent;.and the Tetrahedron Alliance, 10  per cent. Also interesting to note was that an impressive 51.3 per cent  said "Yes" they "would visit the planned BC Ministry of Forests  demonstration blocks showing alternative silviculture systems."  Of the 147 households where contact was made, 84 per cent  agreed to fill out the 9-page questionnaire which is an excellent  response.  Thanks Creekers for your cooperation.  Tony's report is very thorough, easy to read and understand and is  available for your perusal al the Roberts Creek Library.  Farmer's market  Creekers will be selling baked goods and fresh veggies for  thanksgiving at the Farmers' Market at Quality Farms on Pratt Road,  Sunday, Ocl. 11, Thanksgiving weekend, from 10 am to 3 pm.  Library news  Summer colours soon will be only a memory, bul you can preserve  them by pressing flowers and foliage.into pot pourris, decorative can  dles, Christmas wreaths and other arrangements. The Compiele Guide  lo Drying and Preserving Flowers by Lesley Gordon and Jean  Lorimcr is available al Ihe library.  Women's initiatives  The Women's Initiatives for the Sunshine Coasl (WISC) committee is planning a women's resource cenlre. For women in Roberls  Creek Ihere will be an informal meeiing at Ihe communily hall  tonight, Ocl. 5 at 7:30 pm.  You can share your ideas wilh Ihe planning co-ordinalor and with  each other. For more information call Dianne Evans al 885-5881, 9  am to 5 pm. Monday to Thursday.  Lions Club meetings resume  By Agnes Labonte  Following the summer  recess, Gibsons Lions Club has  resumed meetings on Ihe second  and fourth Wednesday of each  monlh.  The 1992-93 president is  Bob Nygren who, with an  enthusiastic executive, has been  planning events for ihe coming  year.  While July and August were  free of the formalities of meetings, members have been busy  wilh the food concession trailer  which was evident al the July  1st Canada Day Celebration, Ihe  Sea Cavalcade, and at Brothers  Park for ball tournaments. The  club is grateful for ihe community support and will direct the  profits lo various Lions charities.  One of Ihe activities of Ihe  IdeBAND CPENIN6!<"  DRIVING RANGE  OPEN TO THE PUBLIC  lUiturday, October 10*  9:00 am - Dusk (daily)  Free Hot Dogs & Pop, Noon-3 pm  $lJIM��offj  per bucket of balls   j  Valid October 10,11 A 12 only j  i il 77 Mwl> Ww, ___M     h_ *5*g ���*-**���*������**���"* �����' ______  Lions Club is sight conservation  and work with Ihe blind.  Locally the club sponsors Ihe  White Cane Club and works  closely wilh CNIB.  Wendy Springford, BC and  Yukon representative for CNIB,  recently visited Ihe club. She  estimales Ihere are on Ihe Sunshine Coast 75 visually  impaired residents registered  wilh CNIB, many of them in the  senior age group.  Further information on Ihe  services is available from Don  Andow al 886-7184 evenings.  The club collects unused prescription eye glasses which are  represcriptioned for use in Third  World countries. If you have  any, please drop them at Pebbles Realty c/o Boh Nygren or  pass ihem on lo any Lions member.  FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH!  Ullrr   U.,l,k   ,|l���,|||  I r.'sh (  u||,.,.  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  I  NEWS TIPS]  CALL  ^885-3930  __________  ___________________  m_m_^__ Coast News, October 5, 1992  community  tptftn  tfft PtOPit. 1  k Mb at  'Am  ^m\^m\j^                mtrf   ffmmmm  The winner of Ihe Talking  Stick carved bv local artist  _U  J^^bh *#**->  Jim Yelton was presented  &\_<*M _f*   *  with her raffle prize at the  Sechelt Chamber's after  hours Sept. 10.  Betty Ann Pap of Sechelt  tim__�� 9_f  Computing Services collected  Yeltun's four-foot cedar  _^                  _M  ��� f*W��\______________.            ________________\  i^.  carving depicting a bald  eagle, killer whale, grizzly  bear and deer hooves.  "Congratulations from the  Sechelt and Districl Chamber  of Commerce and lhanks to  everyone who participated in  the draw," said manager Ann             ���             ���." ^  Kershaw.  sachalt scanarlo  Matting & Framing  Workshop  with Ed Warkentin  Sponsored By  Show Piece Gallery  Sunday, October 18th ��� 9am to 5pm  Fee: $30.00  $   2.10 (GST)  $32.10 (Materials Provided)  ... to sign up  or for information call  886-9213  Being Held At  Wilson Creek Gallery & Framing  co sponsored with Emily Carr College o( Art & Design  by Deanna Leuder 885-7365  After spending Ihe day  recently cleaning up Ihe yard,  my bones ached. I decided a  long, hoi soak in the lub was jusl  the ticket. I let the lub fill lo near  capacity as I scrubbed Ihe worst  of the dirl off my hands at the  sink. 1 turned to climb in the lub  and looked down al Ihe waler  for Ihe first lime, ll was brown,  the colour of old lea. Bul it was  hot so I reminded myself that  Europeans pay big money for  mud baths and consider them  highly beneficial.  And it did feel pretty good  except for Ihe layer of gritty silt  settling in the bottom of the tub.  I lay Ihere figuring oul strategics  for getting Ihe silt off me. Finally I lei Ihe waler oul, turned on  the shower overhead and danced  around on Ihe theory lhal Ihe sill  wouldn't have a chance lo settle  on me.  I emerged thirsty from the  heal, was about lo run myself a  glass of cold water, when 1 real-  ized lhat Ihe bathroom sink  waler was brown loo. Aha, Ihe  kitchen sink had an exlra filter,  so I squished nut and drank  water which was only a shade  less murky. Whatever happened  lo the clear, sparkling, mountain  water lhal Ihey show us on  countless beer commercials?  Elves Club  The Elves Club is starting lo  organize for Christmas, This is  an entirely non-profit society  which annually collects and distributes gifts and food hampers  to those who need Ihem along  the Sunshine Coast. This is the  20th year Ihe club has been in  operation. If you would like lo  be a part of this true Christmas  spirit call 886-2627.  June Sherwood Exhibit  The Arts Cenlre is presenting  an exhibition in memory of Ihe  late June Sherwood. In loving  honour of June, her friends, family and clients are showing her  works from their private collections. The exhibition runs from  Sept. 23 lo Ocl. 16.  Art Class  Rockwood Cenlre is offering  a Basic Drawing and Water  Colour course beginning Ocl.  13. The course will run for eight  Tuesdays from 9:30 am to 12:30  pm. II will be taught by Don  Jarvis, a well known artist.  Space is limited so register soon  at 883-2522.  , Student Pick-up  I The schools in Sechell are  'filled and more than filled Ihis  year. Sechell Elementary has an  enrolment of 415 and Chatelech  Secondary enrolment is over  500.  This is a growing communily  wilh hundreds of children pouring forth al noon and 3 pm so  drivers beware. Parents picking  up children al Sechell Elemen-  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares at Imme with us.  Pel / Animal Care  Mail Clearing ami Foreanting  Indoor Plain and Yard Mainlenance  Regular Home Check or live-in Service  CALL .SIMRON 885-2228  AfMmHmi-Wtdrk  v~��-/       IttieuutiiMt  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Brpnclw��Ca����tToCoait   lary are asked to do so on Ocean  Avenue and noi in front of the  school where Ihe buses load.  Alzhclmers  If your partner or parent is  suffering from Alzheimer's Disease and you are trying lo cope,  there is help.  The Sunshine Coast Home  Support Society is sponsoring a  one-day workshop entitled  Heart-Centred Dementia Care  Ocl. 24 al ihe Davis Bay Uniled  Church hall.  The presenter, Moyra Jones,  is an expert in caregiving and  coping slratcgies. Registration  deadline is Ocl. 9. Call Ihe  Home Support office at 885-  5144.  The Sunshine Coasl Community Resource Fair will be held  Ocl. 17 at the new Capilano College soulh wing.  There are over 350 non-profit  services and organizations on  the Coasl and this fair presents a  good opportunity to leam about  them. Admission is free. There  will be a variety of speakers and  entertainment.  For information contact one  of Ihe following: Nancy Baker,  Information Centre 885-5881;  Mary Puchalski, Home Support  Society 885-5144; or Sharon  Anderchek, Sunshine Coasl  Cnmmuntiy Futures 885-2639.  I  1  We Sell Newsprint  >'       Roll Ends  Varlou* aim tor SS andSIO each  ��� In Gtb.on. at 537 Cruice) Lane  ��� In Sechelt et 5521 Coavrle SI.  l  JAYNIE ESPLEY BSc Hon RMT  Wishes to announce the  relocation of her  MASSAGE THERAPY PRAOICE  to:416KingRd.   For Appointments Call  886-3120  COMPARE & SAVE EVERYDAY!  Best prices on the entire Coast for hot & cold  sandwiches, milkshakes, home made soups,  cappuccino, cheeses, dried fruits, & nuts, vitamins,  herbs & spices, health & beauty care.  WE PAY ALL GST!  ciiirK oi i hum iu.gi l\r pricks  Vita Soy Soya Milk $ 2.55 litre  Black Forest Ham $10.95 kg  Smoked Turkey Breast       $12.95 kg  All Our Vegetables Are Organic  VARIETY  Dell &  Health  FOODS  The BIGGEST Utile Store In Gibsons Landing 886-2936  UST ARRIVED!  Hats  Jackets  Sweatshirts  STARTER. Jerseys  All at Great Prices So  Come On In & Have a Look  ANDFOR UNDER $10-  THESE GREAT STOCKING STUFTERS  '-. ������ !���"!��� i     ���       :. '  il  ���������   irl h ilvl ���     ���   fi  Beer Mugs  Hockey Pucks  Coffee Mugs  Key Chains  _ _ __ Pendants, Pins  'H^^*si Hockey Stick Toothbrush  START YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY!  ?RONTRUNNERS  OOC XOO/t arasoiaraaKnAtA,'tot, imHwrut.c  OOV'HB.3U atondir - raandar Item  ��pm; Malar lun   turn Sanaattr ������� - ��pa>  ��H  i . ''J%'m  ,������. ,  &* REPOWER     ^h  ��ri  e5j  e:  SPECIAL  Call For Details Trades Welcome  'J&?/  ���*��>-  jVJD*?  eft  $&*"  $s*  You Know It's Good  With MerCruiser  The  ^QK&tci  ^nrWicainZ  able Perf^ce  ���ADELINE MARINE ooc mm  5637 WHARF RD,       H SECHELT Mon - Sat 8:00am - 600pm   iS       00*5-4141  -. ��������>��- ������ ur -.,   ..  ���'���*���"**��*-"������-/ ���*���:.��?_���*  ���'   '���������..��� _j_ "_ 10  Coast News, October 5, 1992  community  %   by Herb Craig  REP: GIBSONS HFAl IY  MLS. vs  Exclusive Listings  Part 1  One of my clients ashed me yesterday to list Ins property as an  "exclusive". That is. not to list it on MLS (Multiple Listing Seivice  through the Real Estate (Board) and the NRS National Real Fstate  Service- He thought that going exclusive' meant that lie would gel  better service and as a result ��� a faster sale.  This is not an uncommon misconception.  In his case, having a home to sell, there was no doubt in my mind  that he should list it on (he MLS. system and the NRS National Real  Estate Service. To be an "exclusive'' would mean that Ihe only  people who would know Ins house was on the market would he Hie  ones that I told On the other hand, by listing it MIS. all (tie  salespeople at all the other Real [state offices would be told Ani  they in turn would be able to notify any of (heir clients who were  looking for a house  Personally. I think a home sells faster when 9000 people know it's lor  sale, inslead of 26  YOU WILL BE|SOLD|ON MY SERVICE  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  GIHSONS REALTY LTD 886-2277  Invite* You  To Share Thankwiiving Dinner  With Them On MondayOct 12th  Delicious Garden Fresh I Ian est Salad  Your Choice of  Farm Fresh Turkey  ���sr   -c   or   *k  ���������  Honey Glazed Hani  Assortment of Tender Sweet Baby Vegetables  Traditional Pumpkin Pie  with  Ice Cream or Fresh Whipped Cream  Coffee or Tea  Only SfpO  Children under 10 l/2 price  Ufe^SfcatatJBflto Reteiyailigitt Requited .  THE JOLLY ROGER INN  nations    ,.     .  c     .    ��w; -|u.      opes'days a week ITT  In Kuth Forrester 885-2418  Haven't heard much about whal is happening at Halfmoon Bay  School since opening day in September I'm quite sure there must be  lots of after-school activities going on al Ihe gym, and there are people who would like to know and lo join in. I would be pleased lo pass  along any information through ihis column if you care lo give me a  call.  Ihere is one thing which I can pass along and that is, the Halfmoon Bay School is having an Open House this Thursday, Oct. 8  from 6:30 lo 7:30 pm. All who arc interested are welcome.  Fire Prevention  Ihis is Ihe week when our local fire departments strive to get Ihe  message across to the public of ihe importance of fire safety. On  I'uesday morning. Ocl. 6, Ihe Hallmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Departmenl will visil Halfmoon Bay School to witness a fire drill and to discuss wilh Ihe children Ihe Gel Oul Alive Home Escape Plan. The  children will receive practice sheets to take home so thai they can go  over il with Iheir parents.  Then on Wednesday, Oct. 7 al 7 pm, Ihe fire trucks will cruise Ihe  iK'ighlHiurhtHHl sounding Iheir sirens lo declare a fire drill.  If you would like lo have your escape plan witnessed, smoke  ���Jamil checked, or have any questions aboul fire safely, all you have  lo do is Hag down a truck and the fellows will be glad lo help.  A reminder (00 lhal il is lime lo have chimneys cleaned and lo  check out Ihe batteries in your alarms Bcller safe lhan sorry!  The first annual geneial meeting of the newly formed Halfmoon  Bay Festival of Events look place lasl Monday al Ihe Halfmoon Bay  School,  Ihere was an election of directors wilh Ihe following being nomi-  nalcd: Carol Adams, Peggy Connor, Donna Johnson, Harry Johnson  and Marilyn Lyons.  Ihis group was the former Halfmoon Bay Country Fair committee  and membership comprises some SO people.  Since il is a non-profit organization Ihere is no membership fee,  and Ihe purpose of the group is to promote events in Ihe Halfmoon  Bay area and to help make improvements lo parks and facilities in the  area.  Although Ihere was not a good turnout of members, the fact  B&K  soils .v i..\\i)S('.\i>i:  New shipment of Lava Rock Is HERE!  Fertilized Lawn & Garden Soil* Concrete Lawn Ornaments  Manure & Bark Mulch ��� Landscape Fabric ��� 6' & 12'  Sand & Gravel        A widths, any quantity  Allan aStock"  OURS: MON -SAT 9AM  EASY INSTALLATIONS  VERSATILE  ��� DURABLE & STRONG  ��� AFFORDABLE  5 PM CLOSED SUNDAY  Notice Board  ��� Ongoing events must be updated monthly  ��� We reserve Ihe right to edit submissions for brevity  ��� All submission-, should refer to non-proIIl events of genuine community interest  ��� Items will be listed three weeks prior lo ihe event.  *��?.��*  The Sunshine  Coasl News  MONDAY, OCTOBERS  Sunahlne Coaat Puce Group meets at 7:30  pm in the Roberts Creek School library. Teoni  Spathelfer will report on the Canadian Peace  Alliance Conference. Refreshments Gibsons  Panalonara Branch *38. General meeting al  Harmony Hall. 1:30 pm. Everyone welcome.  Into: 886-3544.  Sunahlne Coaat Home Bated Business  Aaaoclatlon, first general meeting since  reorganization at 7 pm in second floor  boardroom ot Teredo Square Guest speaker:  Ten*/ Brackelt of Sussex Realty. Topic: What it  takes to make a sale. For inio. call Frank  Holmes al 885-5252  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7  Gibaona Outraach Teen Centre meeting at  7:30 pm at the trailer in Brothers Park  Sechelt Garden Club meeting at 730 pm at  St. Hilda's Church Hall. Guest speaker: Mary  Ballon, president of Territorial Seeds Ltd.  Visitors welcome  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8  Sett-Help Arthritis monthly meeting 10 am ���  noon at Ihe Garibaldi Health Unit . S. Fletcher.  Gibsons  Friendship Dinner - Fsr East Broadcasting  Canada al 7:00pm, Pebbles Reslauianl.  Sechell. Speaker: Director in Indonesia. Please  reserve early. Call Trudy Ruck allernoons at  886-9792.  Hospital Auxiliary Sechelt Branch regular  monthly meeting. 1:30 pm at St. Hildas.  R.N.A.B.C. meeting 7:30 pm, Kwanic Village  Care Home, Gibsons. For information, call Bev  Miller at 885-3648.  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9  Registration deadline lor Heart-Centred  Dementia Care Workshop on October 24. 8:30  am - 4:30 pm, United Church Hall, Davis Bay.  Fee: $35. For Inio. call 885-5144.  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13  Women's Aglow meeting at 308 Headlands  Rd., Gibsons. Prayer al 11:00 am, light lunch at  12 noon, Bible sludy al 1:00 pm. For info, call  886-9576 or 886-9567  Hospice In-Service, 4:30 - 6:00 pm, St. Mary's  Hospital boardroom.  WEDNESOAY, OCTOBER 14  West Hows Sound Electors Association  annual general meeting at Langdale School,  7:30 pm. Election of officer; guest speaker:  Wayne Turner ot BC Hydro.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS  Wee-College starts 9:30 am - 11:30 am. Must  be 4 years ol age. Gibsons Community  Fellowship. Must pre-register. 886-8988.  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17  Community Resource Ftlr 1992 with nonprofit groups and associations sharing  inlormation with the public, guest speakers, food  and fun. South Campus of Capilano College,  10:00 am - 4:00 pm. Free admission.  Dancea of Univeraal Peace (Suil Dancing)  Potluck supper 5:30 pm, dances al 7:00 pm al  Mountainsong, 885-6170.  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20  Homs Schooling? Intereeted In Home  Schooling? Resource/information meeting al  7:00 pm. Phone 886-2227.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29  Arthritis Self-Help Management Program six  week class begins in Gibsons. To register csll  Sheila Carlson, 886-8124.  MISCELLANEOUS  Parent Tot Drop In starts Oct.1 at Ihe following  locations from 9:30 - 11:30*"n: Gibsons United  Church Hall, Mon., Wed., Fri.; Sechelt St.  Hildas Hall, Tues.; Wilson Crack Community  Hall, Thurs. For inio call 885-5881.  Sechelt Karate Club is accepting adult  students for its fall session. Beginners welcome.  1 st week free. For info csll 885-9273 42  Gibsons and Dlatrlct 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, caH 886-2130  Ankylosing Spondylitis Self-Help Support  Group. If you or someone you love would like to  meet others with A.S. (a form of arthritis), please  join us. For information pleass caH Anne, 531-  8307. 42  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 accessible. 716 Winn Rd., across  from Gibsons Post Office. For tours and other  information cal 886-8232.  MONDAYS  Breakaway Parents Support Group. Is your  child acting oul? Using substances? Do you  need a loving, accepting, 12-step support  group? Join us at 7:30pm, 807 Kiwanis Way,  Gibsons. Call 886-2423. 42  Sunshine Chorlatara practise at 7pm In St  Hilda's Church, Sechelt. II you enjoy singing,  please join us. For info call 885-4405. 42  TUESDAYS  Gibaona Table Tennla Club plays weekly  Tuesday, 7-tO p.m. in the Elphinstone  Secondary School cafeteria. Join as a member  or play as a guest. Beginners always welcome.  Call Jim al 886-2775 42  Gibsons Psnalonara branch "38. Bridge at  Harmony Hall. 1:00 pm. Info: 886-7685.       43  WEDNESDAYS  Navy League Cadeta for males & females 10 lo  13 years ol age, 6:30 pm In Gibsons Legion  Halt. Continuous registration year round.  Uniforms provided. Call Marc, 886-7089.  Olbaona Penalonera branch ��38 Carpet  Bowling al Harmony Hall, 1:00 pm. Info: 886-  9271. 43  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic al Coast Garibaldi Heallh  Unit, 494 S Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary 885-7770. 42  3C'a Weight Loss Support Group meals  12:45-2:30pm, st the United Church, Glassford  Rd., Gibsons Info: 886-7159. 42  Qlbsons Psnalonara branch #38. Bingo at  Harmony Hall, 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome.  Into: 886-9906. 43  FRIDAYS  Gibaona ��ensk>ners branch ��38, Painting for  Seniors al Harmony Hall at 10:00 am. Into: 886-  2131. 43  SATURDAYS  Caren Range Toura of ancient torest, every  Saturday in September from 11am until 4 or  5pm. Meel outside SC Wildlife Rehabilitation  Centre on Trout Lake Rd., Halfmoon Bay. Bring  a picnic lunch. For into caH: 883-1198, 865-9624  ,883-2807. 42  Chapman Creek Hatchery Toura, Weekly  group tours by *-paprjMment only. 4381 Parkway  Rd.Cotf Field Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-4136   42  Directors of the newly formed Halfmoon Bay Festival and  Events Society, len to right: Carol Adams, Peggy Connor,  Donna Johnson, Harry Johnson, and (noi shown) Marilyn  Lyons.  remains thai when il comes time lo pul on events like the Country  Fair, there is no lack of willing volunteers from many of the other  groups in Halfmoon Bay. The co-operation between these various  groups is quite wonderful.  Friends of Caren  Potluck scheduled  Friends of Caren (FOC) will  be holding a potluck dinner and  audio-visual evening at  Greenecourt Hall Oct. 12 at 6  pm. The event will celebrate  two years of work by scores of  people who are striving lo  establish an uplands park on the  Sechell Peninsula, home of the  oldest recorded Irees in Canada.  The 'Evening for the Caren'  will feature a multi-media slide  presentation by award-winning  photo journalist Keith Thirkell  and a newly released video  depicting the splendour and  scenery of this magnificent part  of our natural heritage. There  will also be an exhibition of art  works in various media by local  and off-coast artists.  Everyone is welcome. A  minimum $5 donation is  requested lo help cover Ihe hall  and expenses for Ihe upcoming  Victoria Legislature trip.  FOC is planning on busing a  large group of supporters to  Victoria lo meel government  figures wilh environment,  forestry, fisheries, parks and  tourism responsibilities. For  information call 883'-2Wor  885-9624.  Noted artist to teach Wilson Creek  matting and .framing workshop  Artist and teacher Ed Warkentin of New Westminster will conduct  a matting and framing workshop in Wilson Creek Oct. 18, sponsored  by Show Piece Gallery and Emily Carr College of Art and Design  (ECCAD) Outreach Program.  Warkentin will teach up to 20 people, provided a minimum of 12  are enrolled by Oct. 8. Beginners and those with an established interest in matting and framing will be welcome to participate.  Registration and workshop location are being arranged by Cindy  Buis of Show Piece Gallery, who may be reached at 886-9213 for  information (or Wilson Creek Gallery 885-0877).  The workshop is among 102 ECCAD will present in some 50 BC  communities during 1992-93, ils 15th year of Outreach service lo  British Columbia.  PGIBSONSl  LANDING  IT ALL STARTS RIGHT HERE!  Come to the  Landing  for all your  " Needful Things "  Welcome to the Cast & Crew  of Stephen ICing's Needful Things  We H be open for business as usual  during/timing.  __________e_______*___u______m__i  __________  ___________ ���^odsi rsiews, uctoDer I>, 1 fiL 11  community  by Jacalyn Vincent  There seems to be more and  more vandalism occuring in our  area. Please double check your  home or business before you  leave. Secure all windows and  doors firmly. A security system,  dog or neighbourhood walch are  just a couple of ideas.  Terry Fox Run a Hit  Thanks go out to all the community residents who sponsored  or gave donations toward this  year's Terry Fox Run, to all Ihe  parents and teachers, to the 41  volunteers and to Constable  Bolt, who was terrific and  encouraged a safer route.  Two hundred participants  entered ihe race and raised  $2406 for cancer research  through the run. A special thank  you to all the children from  kindergarten lo grade six who  all gave their very best!  Voting Yes or No?  Everyone will be voting soon  on the Charlottetown Accord.  Whichever way you decide to  vole, being informed will help  your decision.  For a free copy of the Constitutional Agreement you can  call 1-800-561-1188 toll free.  Delivery is one week.  Burning Permits  Burning permits are issued  now for small fires only. The  fire department urges residents  to use caution when doing any  burning on their properties.  Don'l overload piles or burning  containers or leave fires unattended.  As The Tide Changes  Savings Bonds are being  issued unlil Nov. 2.  Blood buffs - What's your  blood type? The Japanese rate  Type O as generous, A as hard  working, and B as impulsive.  Their elementary schools have  been known lo divide up classes  according in blood type.  Until neut week - be good to  yourself.  by Lynn Mees  A meeiing with Dianne Evans on starting a women's resource  centre on the Sunshine Coast was attended by five people. The meeting which took place in Ihe Egmonl school was personal and positive. Some strong points were made, such as the need lo grow together, male and female, in this society we live in; focus on the family as  a unit; the need for good child care; homemaker need for the elderly;  and how a resource centre would aid women with any needs and help  identify ways they can be met.  The grounds around the school and the hall are looking clean and  cut these days. It really is a great change I know this lime of year is  busy for everyone, bul if you've gol some extra time, swing by and  lend a hand. Have lo get ready for our big fall harvest parly.  Also Ihe thrift store has lots of stuff thai needs lo he hauled away.  If you have a Iruck and could offer your seivices, please drop by the  store on a Wednesday. It would be much appreciated.  Happy October birthdays to Flo Williams, Maureen (iriffilli, I ilia  Cummings, Mike Silvey, Valerie Silvey, Shirley Hall, Tom Roose,  and Erin Feam.  SMOOTHER  MOVERS  (^EXPERIENCED tf CAREFUL tf INEXPENSIVE*  987-8655  1 OAVoa  MOOT  Ml ,V 1ST AVE , NORTH VANCOUVER  .OUR LOW - OVERHEAD, HIGH - VOLUME OPERATION  ALLOWS US TO OFFER REASONABLE RATES  ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  SPCA launches fundraiser  Most people think there's only one way  to help the developing world. We have 26.  Call us at 1 800-661-CODE for more information.  "**  CODE  Sclf-iuffldcncy through literacy In the developing wortd.  In an urgent, wide-ranging  appeal, the Sunshine Coasl  branch of the BC Society for the  Prevention of Cruelly lo Animals is mailing fundraising letters to 10,850 households and  over 300 businesses in all Coasl  communities during the first  week of October.  The objective of the campaign is to raise $20,000 a year  through memberships and donations to equip, maintain and  op-rale an urgently needed animal shelter as a base for the  Society's activities from Port  Mellon to Egmont. The branch  has long outgrown the space  available for housing ils distressed animals al the Gibsons  Animal Hospital.  The BC SPCA's local program of animal care includes  investigating complaints of cruelty, subsidizing spaying and  neutering programs, reuniting  strayed and stolen animals with  their families, arranging adoptions of unwanted animals, conducting follow-up checks of  adoptive homes and, sadly,  putting down animals that are  beyond help or cannot be placed  in a loving home.  All these services are funded  by the SPCA branch itself, from  Jordan and Travis Cawsey of Gibsons help kick off the SPCA  fundraising campaign aimed at ensuring continuation of  programs on the Coast. They are pictured here with Brlghteyes  and Katrina, two of the SPCA's animals available for adoption.  income derived solely from  donations and memberships. All  work is carried out by volunteers.  "Without the additional  space of our own facility and  the funds to operate it," says  branch president Clint Davy,  "our ability to cope will suffer  even more in the years lo come,  and more healthy animals will  have to be put down. Surely this  is a prospect that no animal  lover can accept, especially  When annual membership is a  mere $10 and a lifetime mem*'  bership is only $100. It's not  much to save so many lives!"  820 KIWANIS WAY, GIBSONS  Enjoy An Active - Carefree Lifestyle  22 Quality Patio Homes ��� Adult Oriented  Prices start at $128,800  2 Bedroom, 213ath, Single Level Homes  ��   if*.1: -"������*������*'! *  ^^a^^TWIN  ���Si  Forjiirther information contact:  OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP. ��� (604) 886 4680  Hans Ounpuu, RRH2, S7, C26, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO  Pax (604) 886-4623  Fire prevention week observed  locally and around the world  Fire Prevention Week is observed in North  America and several European countries in remembrance of the Great Chicago Fire of 1876 in which  250 people died, over 100,000 were left homeless  and 17,400 buildings were destroyed. Held every  October, it is the full week, Sunday through Saturday, that includes October 9, the anniversary of the  fire.  Did you know that 80 per cent of all deaths by  fire occur in the home and the greatest number of  fatal home fires occur between the hours of midnight and 4 am, when most of us are alseep. Even  though this time frame is when fires are least likely  lo occur, those that do occur are most deadly  because they can go undetected.  In a hostile fire, smoke and deadly gases lend to  spread farther and faster than heat. Thai's one reason why fire deaths due lo smoke inhalation outnumber fire deaths due to burns by more than two  to one, and the smoke inhalation share has been  growing.  Nearly two decades ago, tests on the speed of  warning given by smoke detectors and heat detectors for many types of typical home fires showed  smoke detectors consistently give first warning,  making a major difference in your chances of  escaping alive.  Thai's why your basic protection should consist  of smoke detectors, wilh heal detectors reserved for  optional extra protection in areas such as kitchens,  attics and garages, where smoke detectors are too  susceptible to nuisance alarms.  Surveys have shown lhat the majority of households with detectors do not have all the detectors  they need for minimum protection. A smoke detector is not a magic wand, it can't protect an unlimited space, it can't protect you if you put it in the  wrong place and it can't protect you if it's left in  the box or not properly supplied with power.  For assistance in properly locating your smoke  detectors, or advice on maintaining them, contact  your local fire department and they will be happy  to help you.  The Gibsons Volunteer Fire Departmenl will be  hosting an Open House at Iheir Number One Fire  Hall localed al 790 North Road on Salurday, Oct.  10 from 11 am to 3 pm. There will be equipment  displays, fire extinguisher demonstrations, door  prizes, fire safety videos and refreshments. Everyone is welcome lo come and visit.  As a positive step towards protecting its citizens, Gibsons Town Council has passed a new  bylaw which will require smoke alarms in all occupancies within the Town of Gibsons as of January  1,1993.  Test your detector - it's sound advice!  BABY  DAZE  Oct 5-10  KIDS  20% off  featuring  Strlderlte & Keels washable leathers  In medium & wide widths  and  Minlbel - 3 sizes in 1 shoe-  The Revolutionary Fit For The  90S!  Further Savings on Sleepers, Wraparound Underwear  Dish Sets and much morel  TRAIL BAY MALL SECHELT��885-5255  INFANT & TODDLERS  LEATHER SHOES  SIZES 3-8  Free Delivery  Sechelt  You made us the leader in furniture & appliances  v on the Sunshine Coast  Furniture Land  Best Prices! Best Selection! Best Quality! 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And like some  shuttle craft cousin, the 4.1-foot (Iibsons  made marvel is designed to sail through  space and lime for up lo a year without once  touching earth. Inside, a family of four will  live in comparative comfort with all the  expected - if scaled down - amenities of  home. They will generate their own solar  power and produce Iheir own drinking water  with a miniature desalinating plant.  "We're not going lo slay oul (of port) for  any length of lime though," says the Amiga's  owner, Dennis O'Brien. "We're not out to  test ourselves."  When construction on the cruising sailboat is completed, however, O'Brien and his  family will spend seven months of the year  aboard her, sailing the world.  O'Brien, Granthams Landing shipbuilder  John Dearden and other local craftsmen have  been building ihe "ultimate" 43-foot cruising  sailboat for the past year. The vessel is based  on a blueprint by ship designer extraordinaire, Ted Brewer.  "ll came as a result of a questionnaire in  Cruising World magazine," O'Brien said of  Brewer's design for the Amiga.  He said Cruising World, an elite American sailing magazine, asked its readers what  features they would most like to see in a 40-  foot cruising sailboat. Thousands of people  responded wilh suggestions which were categorized, itemized, then presented to Brewer,  who in turn designed a sailboat which, as  closely as possible, met those suggestions.  Now O'Brien's version of that composite  dream boal is being built in Gibsons.  "Aboul the only thing we've changed  from Ihe original design," O'Brien said, "is  the basic construction material ... Brewer  suggested fiberglass but we've gone with  steel and aluminum." The English-born  developer said the material selection was one  of practicality.  "We wanted something tough," he said.  "Something that would hold up in any kind  of weather or circumstance, yet be simple  and efficient to handle."  And simple and efficient is what he will  have when finished. Not only would it be  possible lo sail ihe Amiga around the world  without ever visiting port, but it could be  accomplished by one person.  For the most part, however, O'Brien  won't be alone. His wife, Paula, and their  two children, seven-year-old Jake and six-  year-old Ben, will sail with him on the initial  seven-monlh jaunt starting in early February.  O'Brien says Ihey expect to traverse the  waters of the West Coast past Mexico,  through Ihe Panama Canal and Ihe  Caribbean, then end up in Europe.  He says, if everything goes as planned, he  and his family will spend much of their time  sailing.  "We'll have lo do home schooling wilh  Ihe kids," O'Brien said, "but it'll be worth it  ... In fact I probably wouldn't be doing Ihis if  il weren't for the kids."  Pender Harbour  and district  Legion Branch #12  Omenta  9 Tbe Very Popular Combination  TO and TBE OTHER W  Oct 9th 6 Saturday Oct 10th  Friday  DON'T MISS THIS COMBO  1   Members & Guests Welcome  y~  e Sell Newsprint  Roll Ends  ;���"'_,' ' Verlou* elzea lor $3 and $10 fact,  In Qlbaont at 537 Cruice Lane  ��� In Sechelt at 5511 Cowrie St.  1  arts beat  The 14th Annual Juried Show 'View' runs until Friday, Oct. 16.  Among the included works is Through a Lace Curtain, an acrylic  painting by Gloria Masse in which a pack of wolves is heard and  imagined from a warm interior.  Running concurrently with the Juried Show there Is a memorial  ' display of the graphic design and painting Ol llie lale June Sherwood,  who died suddenly Sepl. 15. This display is a tribute lo June's unheralded but widespread influence in the arts community s.  The Arts Centre is open Wednesday lo Salurday, 11 am to 4 pm  and Sunday I pm to 4 pm.  Dr. Vineyard Choy D.M.D.  NOW OPEN  in Seaview frace, Gibsons  Pander Harbour 883-8997  Gypsalero  swinging  into Creek  for benefit  dance  Time to peel off the gum-  boots Creekers, and pul on  dancing shoes in preparation for  a Thanksgiving celebration, the  elegance of which is seldom  seen al ihe old community hall.  On Oct. 10 the unique and  mysterious sounds of Gypsalero  will waft through the hall, luring unsuspecting dancers  toward the freshly waxed dance  floor.  Instructors will be on hand  (and fool) to leach Ihe  unlearned Ihe finer toe points of  Swing dance.  Gypsalero, under Ihe leadership of Ron Thompson, is a  four-piece ensemble which  gleans its inspiration from ihe  likes of Al Dimeola, Aslor  Piazzolla and Ivo Papasov  among others. Based in Vancouver, Ihe band has wowed  audiences in the Railway Club,  Cafe Django, the Glass Slipper  and Ihe W.I.S.E..  "It's going lo be great," said  organizer Peter Roy aboul Ihe  upcoming event. "We're trying  to reach a broader audience  with this (dance)." Hence the  call for semi-formal dress.  The evening will include a  formal dinner which is being  billed as traditional and vegetarian.  Proceeds from ihe extravaganza will go to the Save the  Hall Committee and the Sechelt  Food Bank (donations of non-  perishable food are welcome).  Tickets available through the  Roberts Creek General Store,  Robbie's Inlet Barber Shop and  Sayward Books.  PLAN  FOR  TOMORROW WITH  CANADA  SAVINGS BONDS  W.  ���d  For 46 years, millions of Canadians have counted  on Canada Savings Bonds to build their future.  '<-      Again this year, they're one of the best all-round  investments you can make. Buy your new  bonds at face value wherever you bank or  invest from Monday, October 19 to Monday,  November 2. You may date your payment  November 2, so that you don't have to  pay for your bonds before they start  earning interest on November 1.  Safe and Secure. 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That's  one reason why it's Power Smart.  Being Power Smart goes beyond  turning down the heat and  switching to efficient lighting.  For Vancouver Island, the  Sunshine Coast, Whistler and Fort  St. John natural gas is the best  energy alternative available today.  Natural Gas is  an abundant  British  Columbia  resource. It's  safe, clean,  reliable, cost  efficient and  environmentally   Ceiltfa GtHS  friendly.  Natural gas is  Power Smart  and always  has been.  The Centra Gas Power Smart logo Identifies higher efficiency  natural gaa products as well as energy efficient natural gas.  A professional actor of 13  years, Magdalena Tornyai  conies to Rockwood Centre lo  offer a child-centred approach  lo ihe dramatic arts.  She will encourage children  to express their imaginations  and creativity through role-  playing, improvisation and  games  Magdalena  developed      ihis       method Of leaching  drama because she  knows lhal il helps  children develop  self confidence,  self knowledge and  C 0 III III II111 C il 11 0 11  skills.    Al    ihe    same  lime,   lliey   gain  familiarity wiih theatre as an art  form and develop performing  arls skills.  Magdalena comes to the  Sunshine Coasl from Hungary  where she obtained a degree in  Performing Arts.  '...children are  encouraged to  express  imagination...'  Most recently, she has coordinated the Children's Program  ai ihe Hungarian Festival in  Vancouver and conducted  workshops in drama for teachers throughout Europe and  Britain.  Rockwood Centre is excited  io bring Magdalena's expertise  lo ihe children of the Sunshine  Coast. She will  ______    offer eight sessions beginning  Monday Oct. 19.  Children ages five  through eight will  meet from 3 to  4:13 pm in Rock-  wood's Arlspace       and will need lo  bring a snack.  Older children,  nine through twelve, will join  Magdalena from 4:30 to 6 pm in  the Artspace. The fee for bolh  classes is $40. for additional  information and to register, call  Rockwood Centre at 885-2522.  Register early.  1  F  i^daffl  1  w  -*��>'_���  -1=1  /   ^-^l  -r-i-'i  ~"**��  -       ��^ _+     S  The sometimes comical, sometimes serious life of being child  number six In a family of 14 Is the basis for Six Palm Trees, a  one person play written by Caltlln Hicks and Gordon Halloran.  Hicks gave dinner patrons at the Blue Heron Inn, Che* Philippe  and the Jolly Roger excellent performances over two weekends  and plans are in the making for more shows to come.  Joel Johnstone pholo  f DEPENDABLE  AUIO SERVICE,  Die) you know...  We sell ft back  RELIABLE  USED CARS  rha South Cuui's Only BCAA APPBOVBD Shop  i Special oon8ldcr&Uon to BCAA members)  Bard explored in  Rockwood course  ^OHUfi&Wt  AUTOMOTIVE  CONSTITUTIONAL  INFORMATION  MEETINGS  with  ~   Gordon Wtlsonr  . M.L.A.  Thursday, October 8,     Royal Canadian Legion  7 pm - 9 pm     5591 Wharf Road  For further information/  call 885-2239  The Rockwood Cenlre is  sponsoring a dynamic mini-  course entitled the Challenge of  Shakespeare.  Gibsons resident Peter Millard will lead participants in a  study of three plays lhal will dig  beneath the surface lo reveal Ihe  fascinating questions smoldering there.  "Shakespeare is a superb  dramatist," says Millard, "and  the creator of heavenly poetry,  but he is also a tough thinker  and most of the plays explore  problems that are baffling and  often disturbing."  For instance, in the first play  to be considered, A Midsummer  Night's Dream, there-is the  question of whether love exalts  or debases, and how easily the  mind slips between reality and  illusion.  The second play, the Merchant of Venice, forces us to  consider anti-semitism and the  plight of the outcast in society,  not only Shylock the Jew, but  also Antonio the homosexual.  Finally, Measure for Measure  raises as its central theme the  impossibility of justice in a  world where the judge is likely  SECHELT FIRE PLACE   /  & GAS CENTRE I  a.  The EXCLUSIVE DEALER  for some of the Best Names  in Fireplaces  ��� RSF     PACIFIC ENERGY     REGENCY ���  ���  VERMONT CASTINGS ���  VALOR ��� FABER  ��� HEATN GLO ���  WATERFORD ���  HEATLAND COOKSTOVES ��� O CLEARANCE  ��� AND MORE ���  Talk to us about our GAS FIREPLACES  MATCHLESS MODELS FROM VALOR  -!���  m-s.  .1  1 ,.'.  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Auction  to feature  work by  local  artists  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council is proud to present its'  second annual Art Auction, Oct.  17 at 7:30 pm in the Arts Centre, Sechelt.  Sixty-seven Sunshine Coast  . artists are making this auction  possible by contributing one or  more works each to this event.  The items for auction  include pottery and porcelain,  papier mache, water colour, oil  and acrylic paintings, pastels,  carvings, wooden vessels and  boxes, collages, stained glass,  prints and fabric art.  A total of 82 works of art  will be auctioned including one  numbered print by well-known  Haida artist Bill Reid, which  has been donated by a member  of the Arts Council.  This year's auction will be  more than triple the size of the  first-ever art auction held in  September 1991.  The Arts Council welcomes  the public to preview auction  items Saturday, Oct. 17 from 10  am to auction time at 7:30 pm at  the Arts Centre. Prebids will be  accepted. Refreshments will be  served. David Gillies is auctioneer.  For further information contact the Arts Centre at 885-  5412.  ____________________________  rnm���a  m____m__ Coast News, October 5, 1992  15  leisure  Pages from a LifeloR  The Toothache and the Torch Singer  by Peter Trower  Like a lot of people, many of  my memories cenlre around  music in one way or another. I  used to memorize songs I particularly liked and still have a  headful of random lyrics and  tunes that run through my cerebral sound system and often find  audible expression.  This internal Walkman was  particularly useful during my  logging years, as a morale  booster on bad days - of which,  there were a good number. Head  music, however, is not Ihe subject of Ihis piece - although il  does begin in Ihe woods.  Late in 1951,1 hired oul as a  chaser lo Port Neville on Johnston Strait, intending to make a  last-ditch Chrislmas slake. It  was a pretty decent       camp and I was  assigned lo cold-  deck selling wilh an  easy-going crew.  Everything  would have been  kopaselic except for  one thing - about       two days after I hit  the place, one of my bottom  molars began lo abscess. Before  long ihe tooth was throbbing  like a drum.  There was no dentist in God  knows how many miles and I  didn't even have my fare paid  off. I was obliged lo tough it out.  The first-aid man had only Oil  of Cloves lo offer and 1 smeared  the fractious molar liberally with  this.  The mild anaesthetic helped a  bit but I spent several painful  days and sleepless nights before  the infected tooth finally calmed  down.  The rest of my stay at Port  Neville passed easily enough.  Around mid-December, snow  drove us out of the woods and I  headed for Vancouver wilh Ihe  rest of Ihe crew. Of course, I  should have had Ihe tooth seen  to right away bin, like a damn  fool, I didn't. I jusl hit Ihe bars  wilh the rest of the boys.  In a couple of days, my  brother, Chris, hit town from  another upcoast camp. We'd  been in touch by letter and had  arranged to meel. Our molher  had recently moved lo a 60-acre  property, adjacent lo Port Mellon, bequeathed to her by her  second husband. We had overly-  optimistic plans of logging this  Iracl and becoming timber  moguls. None of Ihis happened,  of course.  We went to work as labourers  for the BC Bridge Company,  who were refurbishing Ihe pulp  mill al that point.  The hottest singer on wax at  that particular lime, was a  lachrymose wailer named Johnny Ray. Cry and Little While  Cloud lhal Cried were back lo  back on lop of the Hit Parade.  Both Chris and I became fans of  his overwrought style. When we  learned that he was booked to  play the Palomar Supper Club in  Vancouver, we were determined  to catch his act.  We bought advance tickets.  The weeks licked by. Then my  dormant molar began to cut up  again. There was no resident  dentist. This lime, the rollen  tooth wasn't kidding around. My  face began to swell.  The day of Ray's debut rolled  around. The loolh showed no  signs of giving me a second  chance. Chris and I headed into  town anyhow. "Go Iry Painless  Parker," he suggested. So I did.  This long-defuncl outfit specialized in reckless dentistry  without appointment.  It is not general practice to  pull badly-abscessed teeth. The  dude in the while coal yarded  mine without hesitation, showed  me the molar with a poison sac  still attached to the roots,  wadded the cavity with cotton  batton, gave me a pain killer,  accepted my money and sent me  on my way.  Unethical perhaps, but effective. I rejoined Chris and, in due  course, we headed for the Palomar.  The place was a bottle club in  lliose days, because of the bluestocking liquor laws. Everyone  packed a crock and so did we.  Johnny Ray was pulling in big  crowds and the joint was  jammed. Gary Cooper (up here  There was no  dentist in God  knows how  many miles'  on a fishing Irip) was in the  audience. So was Jan Peerce, Ihe  opera singer. Every local luminary in town was there loo, anxious to investigate this phenomenon.    After some preliminary fooforaw  and a few opening  numbers by Ihe  house band, Johnny  Ray himself manifested on the stage,     hearing-aid and all,  a thin pleasant-looking guy who knew exactly what  he was up lo.  He started out with a torch  song called 'Whiskey and Gin'  and proceeded lo build from  Ihere.  Even Gary Cooper was  enthusiastically applauding.  Johnny Ray's climax was a  frenetic version on All of Me,  after which, he actually leapt off  the stage and began kissing  women in the front row al random.  The audience went wild. Ray  was paving Ihe way for Elvis  Presley and Tom Jones.  No one had ever seen his like  before.  Unfortunately, Johnny Ray's  moment in the limelight was relatively brief. His career was  marred by revelations about his  private life that made his declarations of love for women questionable to say Ihe least, ll was  the Eisenhower era, after all,  when closet doors were still  firmly closed.  He spiralled down into  nonentity, played piano for Judy  Garland, ended up playing  reprises of his old songs on  obscure talk shows and died  almost forgotten. A sad end for a  man who began with such flourish.  But all this was long after.  On lhal wild nighl long ago, he  was the king of the moment.  Chris and I reeled from Ihe club,  feeling well served. He was all  we'd paid for. and I'd forgotten  my toothache.  Fall Special  25% off Tanning Packages  20% off Perms  . 10% off Streaks & Sculptured Nails  LANDING UNISEX  HAIRDESIGN  EKnKWG SALON  'A  657 School Rd.  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Specializing in creative nail design  ��� Sculptured nails ��� Fiberglass nails        t____r\_\  ��� Hand painted nail art* Rhinestones ��*5-*��Cai,  ��� Nail dust ��� Exotic colours 'Foiling ��jif  ��� 14K gold nail jewellery  Call for your appointment 886-3916  Specials For October  10% off all nail services  Hallowe'en decals now available  657 School Road, Gibsons Landing  OCTOBER 26: THE CONSTITUTIONAL REFERENDUM  COMING 10  YOUR MAILBOX  SOON  YOUR  GUIDE 10  CAN/UMTS  CONSmunONAL  Get all the facts!  Many Canadians say they want more information  before answering the referendum question on October 26.  Between October 9-12, households throughout the  country will receive an 8-page summary pamphlet that  contains another publication - the entire unedited  Constitutional Agreement, reached in Charlottetown,  August 28. Please look for this information in your mail  and take the time to read it so that you can make a  truly informed decision on the upcoming referendum.  If you haven't received this publication  by October 13, call the toil-free number below  and a copy will be sent to your home.  1-800-5611188  Deaf or hearing impaired:  1-800465-7735 (TTY/TDo,  Canada  r.wjenr ���*-."   c ���- ...    i    :  :::"^:'-v-- ->.*���..������'. .-���..-'-'--'-:*-*-.;��� -..-.-*  ^^^^^^^^^^H^^lHi Coast News, October 5, 1992  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  EXCAVATING  Hflfi  AUTO UPHOLSTERY  ���Sauls ��� Door Panels ��� H*adliner* ���  ��� Carpal. ��� Vinyl Too* ��� Convenablea ���  K. Olsen 885-7072  HH  I UC. U <K> S��*r*-��a. Hi   VUN (AU  MJ.J. Vinyl Siding  Soffit*. I ASIA, similars  ( HOAR SIDING  1  I nil i acker  VIM  lliilli- NNS (iilliS  II >Ban 1S%  St-cheH, B.<;.  vuin m\J  W. D. EXCAVATING  fm Aurora   /V  HEATING  SIX HI IT FIRE FI AC!  ����� GAS CENTRE  ��� G<ts ��� Wood ��� Cooksloves ��� 2ero Clvretc.net' ���  ��� AH Venting Systems ��� Comptvtv Sales & Imun.tUo  ��� (Ji. iliJiffl Ofsilvr ��� Certified Technicians ���  s/j< m l{( h >M X   MAUI IH >t 'S/  .<> tt VV/...,/ Ii,l   HHTa- 7X71  '      SUNCOIkvrTIREtMfCHANICALLTO. "��  f___________^_____\_t^_______t _____M_^___mtmStr\ t9etttsl&*  kalQtire  If we sell it... uv guarantee it!  M33 Whirt n-M4.SM!*t*n��.**I7  M mX IIHMKNCY MHVWC ��� NHM4  VOU BOARD.  I LL TAPC,  READY TO PAINT  ALWAYS RELIABLeN  DRYWALL FINISHER    >  BMB DRYWALL  Realdantlal fa Commercial  New Home Spwladit  Call Met i pm: Cordy 885-5564  LondCbarins 885-3469  r>HT.olMon 886-8053  Slump MM  Silt D-wtlopmant  PROPANE INC.  ��� Aulo Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Qualify B.B Q's  8852360  Hwy 101. across SI  irom Big Macs, Sechell  inikMi,,.     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  iobi h��>. ioi, Gibsons, B.C. 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Hwy.  from Sunshine tiM  CONCRETE SERVICES  A" mill K HOIK AISI R\l( I  885-7986  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  D&P Contracting  CONCRETE SPECIALISTS  PLACING & FINISHING  DENIS TURENNE  PAUL DESAUTELS  OFFICE: 8S5-S492  CEl: 351 A432  iM-mallne - llat< klallln''       ��� Drainage  liinilMiini' -low Impact &IM*Ct land  liimstriiniiiii Hfarlng  24 hour m!9 886-8538  .  scnvict  ceii 220-8767  i lli'liilnlng  Walls  BOX i^2i.  GIBSONS B.C.  BnLMzZ-TrnBnc&  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks. ���  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 816*7111  V Showroom: 673 PouM Rd. (iibsons j  GRAEMAR CONSTRUCTION   GeneralContractors   FOUNDATIONS ��� FRAMING  RENOVATIONS ��� ADDITIONS  FINISHING �� VINYL/WOOD SIDING  12 Year* Ixperiante  ���MAIM! (TIWAltT M5-0606  CONSTRUCnON  RuinrtsI mi,III.  BLUE JAY CONTRACTOR  "The Finishing Touch People"  SPECIALTY  Interior Ttnlsti/ng ��� Afirr'N'.i Cabtnett  AU Types nf Woodwork ��� It) Yam Bxpatianct"  High tjiiultty �� i��*iiiiiik/ii/i  No lob Too Small  a . L: 886-3349  rFa9trec BACKHOE  SERVICE  M  ~-^\  ��� Ri-siilentJHl &  Co mint-Mini Const ruction  ��� Kt-imvu lions  ��� Additions  Laurie Lacovetsky ��� 885-2887  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand Ii Gravel  C    CONCRETE  u' \t.vtNl. IHI SUMHINC COAST]  ruuNem       c,Bas����iatNT J  until, t tc 686-8174   J  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  If you  imi'ii-   .nlwriti'.iini  lit-t t-  yon'ct in- mmiIhki nboiil  yoursfilf - And *>o %��otilc1  everybody else  Swanson's  Ready Mia Lid  J illii-MSn   [^"5*22261  3 Batcn Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Secheltj Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5di 7 Bturnet Rt*. Sechelt  STK EXCAVATING        A  AND ROAD BUILDING "*  ��� Land Clearing ��� Driveways  . Drainage ��� Landscaping  ��� Retaining Walls  ��� Sand & Gravels  ��� Seplic Systems ��� etc.  "Quality S  Punctuality.  886-9020  Trucking     Bob Gurney  ��� PAINTING  ��� CARPENTRY  ��� GDNBRAI. REPAIRS  ��� QUALITY ��'t)RK  KIITH WILIS  885-6272  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  ftOOMMJTftf *5SB*  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential rooling  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eve  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED J  A �� T ENTERPRISES: Conatruotlon ������raleaa  Serving the Coasl Since IM5  i,4lm        ��� CUSTOM HOMES  '---''���'       .ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  aaaaaaa  T. wono, aox m. oiisons. i.c von ivo  I. lUOILL C0HT1ICTDI0  All types oi concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs ��� smooth, broomed,  exposed uqqreqatp finishing.  ^����*^Cwict(H*>W��tfc Vmm��mmir4  A Compiele  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 885*2726 SECHELT B.C.  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  Iff you were ���itli/����i lisiini hei  you'd be re;idinrj .iliout  yourst'lf - And %o would  everybody else  BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING  Seplic Fields'Back Filling  Drainage ��� Excavations  Water Lines ��� Rock Walls  Landscape Construction  ��� Roberts Creek Call: 886-3977,  Weed a hoe? Call a prol  "Grade-Rite  Excavating Ltd."  Property Development  Roads & Driveways  All Excavations ��� Free Estimates  885-7140  Installation of:  ���TAMKO Fibreglass Roofing  ���INDAL Metal Roofing and  Cladding  ���Wolverine and BP Vinyl Siding  ���Wesl Coast Solarium Systems  FREE ESTIMATES  CALL 883-9551,  or Van. toll free 669-2604  After hours call Fraser Murphy 883-9767  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Ca*af>tnets  Kltchena ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    *    res. 886-2231  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  SUNMHINB KITCHBNS  ��� KITCHENS t BATHROOMS ���  888-9411  Cellular 644-4907  >  CENTURY ROCK  885-5910  !S2  PRECISE PAINTING & PLjVSTER  ��� Complete Custom Painling  ��� Suimi  ��� All 1'll.lSI-S III IIiykhII  ��� |iiuiiicviii.Hi Wiarkiiinn.liip  Nealt Fa***  8B64928 EHJUltlCT  Asfiward Contacting  "* QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  Foi Estimate Can ... ���-�� ���  . Howaidaaahmam 885*6443 A  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial, Industrial  "Expoi-lonc* Makes  th�� ommnnem"   4,,, cammom road  JOE McCANN MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Reg. 10131 VON tHO Call M3-0901  a^7  ./tH^     POIMFRET  -^f^^COIMSTRUCTIOIV  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  RR2 S41 CS, Qibsont, B.C. VON* 1VO   Phone: 886-8900  Furniture  'ii��  STORE  r*Profeeelonal  Roofing  Sarvlcea"  J3CC  "FREE  ESTIMATES"  Kl\\U\Sllilt tTUlM  m]____l  %M. electric "SSS&m  Highway 101, Box 2549, Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  Talephona (604| 885-5756 ��� Fax (604| 885-2756  Larry Anderson  For Professional & Courteous Service  RJL1-in4INarnckM.ll.   FaWTHMI MM1M  MatMraPark,IXi.imi2IW     ��ti.*lW1l  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CUSS  COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER S  LTD HALTMOON BA*r/  /BRIANS ROOFING 4 ATTIC VENTILATION^  BEROOFINO SPECHLISIS . LEAK REP��II1S  ���LOMANCO- WHIRLYBIRD ATTIC VENT9  ��� KEEPS YOUH HOWE COOL IN SUMMER  ��� PREVENTS CONDENSATION IN WNTER  ABB LICENSED 8 INSURED-FREE ESTIMATES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  I885-4R60I  TJLC.  .Electrical a Plumbing  Residential ��� Commercial  Waler Heaters ��� Electric Heal  Cflntmctori Lie. No. 6*44  886-3344  STILES ELECTRIC  Specializing In  ��� Residential ��� ll��nwalloa*t�� ��� New Irttlallatlon ���  Top quality work . Excellent references  Phone 4SS-92M. Cat 230-2967     Reg 17242  ifTZZ  8TQNLIFT ��� HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON UFT -HOOKHEIGHT80  IflnvMlW  [  CONTOUR  DESIGN  ���**f  Quality Supply 4 Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  ^SlrOrVrTOOM[851 HWY. 101 ��� GIBSONS ��� B.C. ��� freTr^mWu  wm Coast News, October 5, 1992  17  II  II  The Sunshine Coast Equestrian Club  Presents  A WILD WEST HUNT  Saturday, October 17  Riders will leave from Hansen &  Lockyer Roads at 11:00 am  Spectators  Welcome  Join us at the Gibsons Legion Dance  Saturday- October 17 at 8:00 pm  ^r Music by  Xf~   TRUE COLOURS  Tickets $10.00/person available at  Ernie & Gwen's Drive In  or from any Equestrian Club member  ���7s  For more information call 885-7810 or 886-7813  If yon were ;icluf;rtisinc] lien-  you'tl bo i c.iclimi about  youiM'll - And so would  everyhotly else  INSULATION  ^*   CMrSUJILia'nnflliM  ��� Bau k Blown ��� Commercial ���  ��� RaiMantlal ��� Naw ft Existing ���  886*8741  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  Tho Sunshine  Coast's Evinrude  Dealer  FEATUMMB:  THE AU NEW  SPITFIRE SERIES \  inn  COTTRELL'S ri ���ia��n.  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STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  _ I 731 North Rd.,Gib��orn 896-2912  ttOucct  aneer  .Marina ii RESORT Ltd  Located tn Secrel Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C Thermoglass >���__ t$%>!Lr Z3*4  Cobra Boals now   **^*      -* v-^   ' '--���-�����*  In-Stock  l.'.NsMUsi1  [OUTBOARDS  If you wnrn -inluurtisinci tier*;,  you'll In* ii-.i<!iii(| about  yoiirsi:lf - And sn would  everybody else  'GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  Custom Culling ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & I  Chris Napper 886-3468  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  & Beams   ^aXAlJ  GIBSONS: 866-0225   SECHELT: 885-6422  s  ftt __ft *_ Vttodt 0* Site %mumt  leisure  Centre  provides  hub for  culture  on Coast  A little over 26 years ago, a  group of I ike-minded people  banded together lo form Ihe  Sunshine Coast Arts Council.  The group's aim was lo  promote and encourage Coast  artists, craftspeople and performers, and to enrich the cultural life of Ihe communily.  By 1976 this non-profit  society had grown lo include a  large membership and an  enthusiastic volunteer corps.  It was then decided thai a  permanent localion would be  ideal. Sechell was chosen as the  sile, being the midpoint  between Port Mellon in the  south and ligmont in Ihe north.  Through many fundraising  events, the financial backing of  the membership and community, volunteer labour, donated  materials and talent, Ihe  delightful log building known  as Ihe Arls Centre came into  being in 1979.  The Arts Centre became the  hub of cultural life on the Sunshine Coast.  In this building 14 art exhibitions are mounted each year,  plus a variety of performance  events such as film and literary  series, musical evenings and  theatre presentations.  Art workshops, an art rental  program and children's events  also vie for space and time in  the Arts Centre.  During the past few years  there has been a phenomenal  increase in population on the  Sunshine Coast. Correspondingly, greater numbers of people are enjoying the Arts Council's activities.  In 1991 it became apparent  to the council's board of directors that the time had come lo  enlarge the facilities at the centre.  The decision was made lo  expand in Iwo phases, the first  of which would be to construct  an adjoining building lo house  a music sludio and an art workshop.  The second and later phase  would see the existing Arts  Centre enlarged to provide  more performance space, larger  offices and kitchen.  The funds for Phase I have  been raised and construction is  expected to begin soon.  The kickoff of the fundraising for Phase I and also a celebration of ihe council's 25th  anniversary was the Art Auction held September 28, 1991.  This first-ever Art Auction  was such a success lhat the Arts  Council decided lo hold Ihe  event annually.  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council raises approximately  60 per cent of ils operating  funds through its own efforts  wilh the balance coming from  generous donations from all  levels of governmenl, corporations, the communily al large  and enthusiastic Coasl artists.  Two part-time staff members and a large, active group  of volunteers make all this pos  sible.  ���Ss^fe*  ��� 23 Modern Rooms  ��� Kitchen Units - by week or month  Colour Cable T.V.   ��� Full Bath & Shower  Direct Dial Phones ��� Reasonable Rates  886-2419    Sunshine Coast Hwy. Gibsons. BC  We're more than just tires!  1      c**\\  Automotive t Truck Tlret ��� Seles ft Service  .Automotive Medtenicel ��� Extant Reptoeenw  Alignment! 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Dar. partial basement with  additional bathioom. double  garage on over ' acre lot 885-  5611 ��42tt  Choice view lot with exc building  site, cleared driveway and perc  passed West Porpoise Bay.  $68,000,885-2105 MMI  GIBSONS BEST BUY  1248 Sq It   3 bdrm lamily sire  mobile . exc. cond $55,700 Can  Parkers 623-5116- Sutton Grp-  Sentinel Paaany 42cn  DELUXE MOBILE HOME  2 bdrm 14x70 with mountain view  large eai-m kiicnen bmit-m hutches, vaulted ceiling An gyproc.  deluxe bath, 4 appliances mceiy  landscaped, cedai deck, mud-  room, Iwo sneds Senous inqunes  only 866-4697 42cn  1    Homes &  Property  Buying or Selling  a Properly?  For expert results  call Nick Proach  885-6340  Valley Pacific Realty  Ocean Mount subdivision. Gibsons, lol 159. 119x173 cleared  with underground services Price  $64,000,886-7550 4lw  GREAT VIEW LOT  Centra. Gibsons quiet cul-de-sac.  underground services sewer  bacxs on greencei! ready to build  asking $70,000 886-8C59 eves  40w  By owner, 6 mm old 3 ooim.,  rancher m Langdale. 2 baths,  w soaxe* tubs sunken living rm  vaulted ce*ng. FP. 2x6 -onsiruc-  lion, double gaiage $147,500  886-3091 MtW  _ep YOUR  w    In Sechelt   mm  ivm;,:-, rm-; coast ni-ws        ^^"  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Gibsons  THB COAST ,iiWS  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  Coast News  CLASSIFIED  DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Fridays        Noon Tuesdays  Gibsons 886-2622       Sechelt 885-3930  OFPY-UR  *Z\     Simm "r"^"f^  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883*2888  AC BUILDING" SUPPLIES 883*9331  In Halfmoon Bay  BAJ STORE 8I5-94H  In Roberts Creek  ROBERT S CREEK C1ENERAL S roHF. 8X5- 1400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THB COAST NEWS  ������������ "21 ( "wiicSirtTt H8V1930  *���*    In Gibsons  rHBCOAfl NEW.S  (behind Dockatdc Phjnimcy) 886*26;  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  There's always service with a smile when you  place your classifieds at B&J Store, our  Friendly People Place in Halfmoon Bay,  I    Homes &  Property  ECOTEC EXPERIMENTAL COM-  MUNI TV lorming energy producing  structures, moividual home sites  Nature assisted tech needs enthu-  siasdc participants ECOTEC. PO  Boa IJ85. Gibsons. BC VON 1V0  MtW  Dtestioous Bomeorrjc* Hgts new  3 Ddrm. lip. 2 tains. 1<4 acre lot  plus Witft partial we* By owner  $167,500 No GST 866-336341*  Altoroaoie quality home try builder  1400 sq It up- lge rec room or  potential m-ia* down Nice area.  close to all ammemties Call Craig  0' Heatnei ae6?362 41*  SAVE THOUSANDS  For sale C bridM brand ne*  strata tai     e nail ul two-tarmiy  home. 3 Ddrm.. baths, garage  and carport, huge sundeck. well  designed and txnit Available no*  lor $124,000 Phone 866-8959  evens 40w  ��� $137,900 ���  Clean well designed 3 bdrm ranch-  er on cul-de-sac Close lo terry,  shopping Bright mietior, w/b  stove, 3 pc ensuite oil big master  bedroom, Ig lenced backyard, dbl  carport and more Nick 885-6340  Valley Pacilic 40*  Timbercreek Estates ocean lot on  North Gale Rd. Sechelt Road to  lower building site, outstanding  vie* ol inlet. $135,900 685-6443  40*  ANDERSON REALTY  * R acraatlon * Rattfamant  * R ���location  FREE  CATALOGUE  5686 Cowne St.. Box 1219  Sechelt. BC. VON 3A0  685-3211 FAX8SS-26M  Van. Toll Free 664-6016  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard.  1400 sq It. home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5935. ss  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redroolls,  controlled subdivision, $49,500. 1-  228-9660. ss  THINKING  OF SELLING?  "/ dont look at it as buying or  sailing houses. I look al il as  helping people achieve what Ihey  want oul at life'  NO QUESTION AHOUT IT���  CALL  KIN SHEARSMITH  885-6277  SIEMENS REALTY HC.  5710 TEREDO ST. SECHELT  885-5290  Pkn*i9 A Spamai QhHHI  Illusions Restaurant has mi  laulities lor large oismal  groups. Banquet w  a-la-carte mem available  For moae avdimation cal  865O900  Sunshine Coast gay and lesbian  group invites new members I M  inlormation write Bon 361, c o  Coasl News. Box 460, Gibsons  BC VON 1V0, M5W  Announcements  alvaa,,., ,      I ���,|,-, t    ,  Curuigiimrnt I WHOM  HtH,|<itlia>lH,s.lwliiK.m.���  .-"ll I.  U>M|*HI  12 IHMan - 4 pm  Oct 6 through IO  ���nd 11-17 Incluaivr  880 01 46  Black Manx (no taill Persian cat.  lemale. Pratt & Grandview area,  beginning ol Sept 665-3484  MOCN  Vicinity ol Big Maples Park, lemale  snort raned dark tabby cat. white  leet and chest (Pixie) II seen or  lound please call 685-2135 or 885-  2596 MOW  2 Grand Slam golf clubs. Garden  Bay - Pender Harbour 965-4551  collect 40cn  Parapsychology discussion group  It interested can 666-3261  40cn  1 1   Cuirdqe Soles  Oct. 9. 9 am ��� noon. 782 Creek-  side Cres Doors, domes, blinds  and other treasures. 40cn  754 Hwy 101 across Irom Kerns  Oct 10.10-4 pm 40*  Giant Demolition 4 Moving Salt  Windows doors, siding, appliances, oil lurnace, beds. etc.  Everythng must go 2737 Roy Rd.,  HoDeits Creek (turn on Bayvie*  oil Lower Rd 112-5 each day. Oct  5 thru Oct ll MOW  1215 ReedRd, Sun, Oct. tt, 10  am - 2 pm. MOCN  Meet Geri Bodmer, our only resident  Electrolux dealer, serving the  Sunshine Coast for over 14 years  Jhuts     Sal  Oil  8   9 8.  W at Suimycrvst Mall  Clearance on all 1992 models starting  Person who lost valuables on BC  Ferry lues, Sepl 29 may claim  same by sending eiacl description  to Box 15, Garden Bay. BC ��40W  Big black tnendly pit bull tamer,  claim by phoning between 2-4 pm  886*7313 Roberts Ck      40cn  as low as $499  Q^jKV BC HOME SHOW  \5>** PRICES AVAILABLE  Oorl't lUCntOLUX  IWM*m4<mmmttkmm**lrmTrykmt.  886-4776   or   886-8053  TASTE BUD  RECIPES  From our kitchen lo yours. Five  economical, nutritious kid-lested  recipes. Pis. send $2.00 in a  S.A.S.E. enveldpe lo Box 1674.  Gibsons. M1W  Pretty Punch Embroidery distributor Audrey Wagner will be in Trail  Bay Mall Ocl. 21 to 24.     (42CN  ���For Better Health and Wall  Being" 'Polarity Therapy'  Reduces Stress (Ihe underlying  cause ol illness) raises energy  level, reduces chronic pain and  lension. Located in Sechelt Wed.  and Thurs. pm Call Vonnie 683-  9653 40W  NAVY LEAGUE .*-  CADETS      W  If you are male or female and  10-13 yean ol age, you are  eligible lo join. Registration is  continuous year-round on  Wednesday nights, 6:30pm,  Gibsons Legion Hall.  Unilorms provided. Call Marc,  886-7089.  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  40*  Hardman Photography. Portrait  packages slan at $60.866-0088.  M2W  COUNSELLING  Specializing in eating disorders,  depression, recovery Irom abuse.  Mary Pinneger, MA, RCC. 866-  0867. H42W  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House lor confidential 24 hr. service. 885-2944. TFN  Individual, Couples a Family  Counselling. Sliding Scale available. Jan Michael Sherman. 665-  5166. TFN  -BRflZILIRHTRflDES  Exclusive Imports from  South America  Detailed stone Sculpture*  W'noc! Carviillta ft It.mkv  Silver. Crystal! & Ctemi  RawStonta (Quartz, elc.)  Aoale & Amelliyil Geodea  Obcliiks ��. Spheres on  Varioui R'aka  Polished Agiue Coaster  Book Kml Sets  Exquisite Clay Amaaon Pottery  Wholesale Prices - No GST  SHOR tV COMPARE  [lu.iiieas flours: Wed. I   1 pin  Ilillra. hi fcSal Ilium -I pin  6379 Noraan Kil. (nfT Mason Rd.)  Weal Sreetilt   885.5178  48' x 330' ot ,jiiiue low bank waterlront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fixed up for  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-  2). Double garage plus storage  shed. $169,500. Phone Jenniler  1-689-7070. ss  Mark and Heather Horsnell are  thrilled to announce the birth ol  their baby girl Erin Marie, a little  sister lor Malora. born Sept. 26,  1992 weighing 7 pounds, 2  ounces. Proud grandparents are  Sam and Ester Reid ol Gibsons  and Nana Jones, Grandpa Nigel  and Grandpa Ray of Australia. A  new niece for Uncle Sheane,  Trevor, Paul and Aunt Cathy and  Cindy. A special thanks to Dr. Pel-  zold, Dr. Scott and the nursing  statf of St. Mar/s Hospital.��40CN  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOD COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paint  Environment  Friendly Paints     ef  mill  Colours Ot  The Rainbor,  Including Green  l  Reg. Boxer pups $500 ��� 4 males, 5  temales ��� 2 bundle, 7 tawn. 886-  7013 40w  Free to good home, 6 yt old male,  neut. Corgi X. 886-8659. MOW  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlacl Then 8 Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101. Gibsons. 886-  4716orMariee Fashions.  NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pel. NC  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A  Bus. 885*2923  Res 8855058  5*2923        j_\  5-5058    Of  INDUSTRIAL FIRST AID WEEKENDS  Starts Sechell Sept. 26 and  Madeira Park Nov. 7. Special rates  lor volunteers and union members.  Reg. tuition $400. Phone 883-  9699. Pre-registration required.  ��40W  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 60 c/doz. 866-8039.  TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  685-7883,24 hour line.     TFN  ANYONE  receiving free clothing or other articles Irom 623 Hwy 101 please  phone 686-3504 40w  Adult children of Alcoholics or dis-  lunctional families please call 886-  3649 or 685-4622 for help.  NC  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  ; Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  EVERYTHING  must go!  35% Off  everything in Ihe store  except tea & coffee  **����*��flv**' Cowrie St.  ���KITCHEN        s.-a heti  qwHjyjjj. 68-,-imi  Sunshine Coasl Horns Suppotl Society  m Sponsoring Ihe wo*kshof)  HEART-CENTRED  DEMENTIA CARE  by Moyra Jones  Sat. Oct. 24  6:30 am-4:30 pm  Uniled Church Hall, Davis Bay  Fee: $35.00  Registralion Deadline: Oct. 9  The amfkrtiop novels dwnenllng llrass.  ctiallengmg behaviour., slfalnpfls of cam,  ettiicla on ca'ngrawa and clamta,  flllijclwe InteoiBrtwna  For Info, call 885-5144.  Women's basketball Wednesdays  7 to 6:30 pm al Chatelech. Conlact  Janice 885-7006. ��41W  Would the person who bougnt a  bookcase Sepl. 16 call Then and  Now Furniture at 886-4716.I41W  5    Thank you  On behalf <rf John Storey and  myself, he would like to  GIVE THANKS TO  All those who made our benefit  dance, Sept. 26,1992, a success.  Including: the TOP SECRET band,  the people at the Coast News, the  Party Stop and Roberts Creek  Store, Bev Shipley, Stuart Bum-  side, Mike and Jack Clement, the  folks at Gibsons Legion, Brad Benson and Pat Tripp, Lisa, Jane and  Kathy who did yeoman service at  the bar, those who helped with the  set-up and subsequent clean-up at  the hall, and anybody else we  might have forgotten who may be  ticked off at not having their name  in the paper. Thanks to all. Bruce  Wilson and John Storey.    40cn  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886*7033  Ad Supplies! Qualityl Quantity!  Call Laara Williamson 6868762  41  IT'S MAGIC ��� IT'S EASY - IT  WORKS The DIET PILL of the  21st Century. Increases energy -  burns fat - 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 6:00  pm 886-9697. ��40W  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 686-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565. NC  VtMtoqSok  Kevin and Lizzie Corcoran  invite you to visit their  Studio/Home al  812 Fisher Rd.  Granthams Landing  Sal., Oct. 10  10-4  High fired stoneware (cups,  bowls, pie plates & more) and  a specialized RAKU line  (lamps, vases) will be available  L    Everyone Welcome  8.  Recreation  GOLFERS SPECIAL  Golf Pride and tacky Mac Grips  installed $6 each, f day service.  Edward 885-7515 40w  Leam to scuba rive. Professional  instructors, Full Padi Certification.  Seespotl Scuba. 885-9630  TFN  Martin Guitar, steel string acoustic,  model HD 26 superb instrument  $2100.885-3352 41w  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  IH H.irter ,iiicl trade  TASTE BUD  RECIPES  From our kitchen to yours. Five  economical, nulncious. kKHested  recipes Pis send $2 00 in a  S A SE lo Hoi 1674. Gibsons,  BC H41W  Purebred Daschund. tree lo good  home 886-8333 40cn  9 Appliances  German Shephard pups looking  lor good homes. Born Sept 2. 5  temales. 3 males $26 each 685-  9012 42w  Two male Cockatiels, 2 and 4 yrs  old. Cage and accessories $60:2  budgies. 1 male. 1 lemale, cage.  etc., $25. 883-2962.      H42CN  Board avail mid-Ocl in quality  show barn. Well mannered horse  avail for lease. Wesl Sechelt. 885-  5629 41w  Reg Cairn lemers. 686-3134  CONVHtTINO  TO OAST  GE, Jenn-Air,  Magic CM &  Caloric  GAS RANGES  all available al  IICHILT  ruiNirutiuND  Sunshine Coast Hwy,  Sechull  885-5756  3/4 size piano, amplifier adaptor  $380 O.B.O. 883-2750        41w  PIANO TUNING  For service and repair call Sunshine Piano 885-3166     40w  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles  and applied theory. Firsl lesson  Iree. Beginners welcome. Avail,  days and evens. Steve 666-2365.  MOW  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  We play Ihe music you want lo  hear. To book your Dance Music  call 664-5430. H43W  Piano, like new $1750 -883-2329  WANTED: Small piano. Phone  886-8839. MOW  2 weeks escorted Costa Rica tour,  departure Jan. 27- Feb. 12/93,  $1599 per person sharing double.  Book early, space limned. Call  Intra Travel 885-5885.     M2CN  Heavy duty Viking washing mach.  $200.885-5795 40w  Antique upholstered rocking chair  broughl to Gibsons in 20s. $140.  886-7659 42w  Hide-a-bed and chair, good cond.,  orange, $75.886-7696.   M2W  Beautilul antique oak dining room  suite, 8 pieces excellent condition  $2200.885-5667 41w  Front Room wall unit, good shape  $180.6864888 41cn  Custom made, queen size  waterbed Irame headboard with  matching dresser. $225 O.B.O.  686-7395 alter 2 pm        40w  Flowered sola and armchair $150,  2 single beds $50 each. Youth bed  $25, hospital crib $25, chest ot  drawers $25, sofa bed $50, swivel  armchjalr $50. cylinder vacuum  $20, single waler bed $25. child's  safety gate $10, new catalytic  camp heater $30. stereo am/lm  radio with speakers $25.865-1960  41w  Love seat and sola contemp. style  - oak w/tan upholstery. $500  O.B.O. 685-4764 40w  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  O  CAMPBELL  RIVER  O  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and Vukon  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.  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  Pottery sale, Kevin Corcoran's  original work, 812 Fisher Rd.,  Granlhams, Sat.. Oct. 10,10-4,  everyone welcome, MOW  MOTORCYCLE RAINSUIT  size XL, worn once, exc. cond.  $75. 686-3490, 1-977-7349 Toll-  free pager. ss  Schrader fireplace insert. Good  condition $300 O.B.O. Also, Iree  green wine grapes. 886-485642w  CHICHAKO RANCH  Gourmet honeys, vinegars and jellies make great gilts - housewarm-  ing, birthday, Christmas, for your-  VW Beetle running cond. donated  lo Elphinstone School melalwork  class to convert lo dune buggy.  886-8846 42w  Stationary bicycle and/or rowing  machine in good condition. 885-  2006 42w  Camper trailer absolutely any condition- lor winter project 15 to 20  feet, must have registration. Price  negotiable- 886-8771    TFNs  Properly wanted: 1/2 lo 1 acre  Irom owner. Geri 731-0898 aft. 6  pm 40cn  6' Camperette or well insulated  canopy lor 6' 465-4704 ask tor  Kelly 40w  Oct 5,6,7,6. Sewing machine,  quilts, old coffee table, variety. 602  Park Rd. 886-8370 40cn  GIANT FLEA MARKET  Rant and home baking sale. Welcome Beach Hall, Redrooffs Rd.  10am Sunday Ocl 25. Table  rentals $7.885-9032 or 685-9652  42w  886-7859  Ajay 'Power-Row' rowing  machine, like new, $150: airclean-  er 'Bionnaire 2001', industrial size,  $150; massage/kinesiology table  with headrest, portable $425. Val  885-7136 42w  FIREWOOD  Seasoned. Delivered, $ 10O/Cord  886-8290  M2W  Youlhskiis, 130 cm, 140 cm, 110  cm, 170 cm. Boots sz. 2.3.4 4 8.  King sz. waterbed bag and heater.  886-2491. M2W  Used Gondola shelving units.  Priced to move by Oct. 7. Kevin  299-8732. MOCN  22'x24' partially assembled  garage. 2 Stanley automatic door  openers, steel doors, vinyl siding,  $1200 OBO. 886-8271,     M2W  One - 500 gal. and three-1000  gal. oil lanks. View 7am-3pm,  Mon-Fri. at maintenance yard,  Reed and Henry Rd. Besl otter.  Call 866-9670 M2CN38-55 Win  Chester rifle excellent condition  $650; Apollo light weight racing  bike excellenl condition $160.885-  0876 or 685-4660 42cn  MOVING SALE  Maple captain chairs, rocker, highboy and hutch, includes maple dining room table, 4 chairs (vitas)  maple collee table, sola bed,  excellenl sheers, electric mower,  edger, many garden and asst  tools. Patio lurniture, row boals.  and accessories. Pictures, books,  and many interesting items 683-  2474 11101 Hwy 101 Hallmoon  45cn    Bay. 42w  Mobile camp kilchen or concession X' Chev 350 5 sp bus. Fully  equipped w/lreezer. Iridge, sink  and stoves. Must sell now $3500  O.B.O. 886-8097 40cn  1200 tt new cedar 1 x8 select channel siding pre-slained (value $923)  $600,883-2882 41w  Firewood. $35 Split/Pick up/Load!  You pick up! 866-3134      41w  Nintendo plus 2 games $75. Call  James 8864610 41 w  SEASONED FIREWOOD  Split, Delivered  Gibsons $110 Cord  Sechelt $140 Cord  686-0110  M1CN  Pr. macrame swag lamps, quartz  energy heater, ss sink, F.G. laundry tub, 18' chimney cap, 2 under-  bed drawers, used bricks. 866-  8687or43fr6461 40cn  Used 2x4 assorted lengths,  cement mixer, $100; portable cellular, $500. Phone 885-9512.M1W  RENOVATION SALE  13 aluminum windows, all double  sliders, 2x2' to 12'x5'. 8 interior  ddors, 2 oven slove, 26' colour  TV, $125.685-4804.      M1W  TV aerial, $50.886-7067. M1W  Satellite dish, 10 tt. c/w mount and  IX' cable, needs new electronics,  $3X OBO. 686-2299.    M1W  6 cu. ft. Olympic kiln, cone 10, c/w  propane tanks, fuel line and live  burners, like new, $1000. 886-  2299. M1W  Whirlpool dryer, new motor $2M,  rowing machine $50, small woman's sekine 5 spd $40,2 men's 10  spd $10 each 865-3736    41w  CHICKEN SALE  Jack and Jill Preschool. Great  prices. Phone Margaret 886-2961  or Reesa 886-3190. Deadline Oct.  7.P/U0ct.15th3:Xpm   40w Coast News, October 5, 1992  19  Take Advantage ofotar JVeiv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified act 6 times,  and pay Jx>r only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  25   Campers  27 Mobile Homes      |3t    For Rent  ROYAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL 0OULT0N FIGURINES  at competitive prices.  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  885-2171  Open 7 days a week  81/4' table saw $100. heavy duty  bench grinder w/cabinet $100;  kitchenette $75; loveseat $50.  86*4826 41cn  Antique parlour stow 17'x24'x26'  registered 112 'Evening Star'  heats 5 rooms $485 685-5385  4tw  16 1/2' Fibreglass dinghy with  oars $3800BO 883-2750  41 w  Computers: Apple IIC. Lazer computer For intor call 366-232B  41w  King sire waterbed $125 O.B.O.  Wanted: Commodore software and  games 886-2373 40*  16 hp garden tractor comes with  dozerblade 48' momer, good  cond. 666-3681. $1200O.B.O.40w  955 Track loader with brush blade  $9000 886-7727 42w  1991 B-1550 Kubota tracker and  loader, 4 WD. BI -speed turn, exc.  cond., 350 hours, paid $15,800  musl sell $11,000 885-9654.  MOW  J.D. 440 SkkMer rbtt eng. i trans.  Must see. $9500 885-3670.MOW  1977 JO 410 backhoe. good working condition, $10,800 OBO. 666-  7372 or 885-5730 ss  955 CAT loader $10,000 685-2503  ss  TOR*  Arctic Fox II  ll.li/%. ar M.0O/aV 1100 ft .1  hhrmtion: 886-3311  10x7 steel craft roll up garage  door, complete, $200 - clean  portable toilet $30.883-2990  40w  Fisher wood stove, $250 OBO.  886-7545. MOW  Student desk wilh chair, as new,  $65; elec. broom, $35; 2V colour  TV wilh Gerold converter, $200;  speakers 60W $175; VCR, $165.  8864467. MOW  WANTED - Pink or green depression glass. 886-2751.     MOW  Telescope Magnicon Star Gazer  ���2334 $75; antique rolltop desk  (not oak) $850.883-2661   40w  Bateman print Iramed 'Evening  Light" earlier work $1,200. 885-  5322 40w  Regency Fireplace Insert, glass  Iront $300 734-7963        40w  1974 Corvette Stingray $8000.  885-4533 or 886-0422     42cn  1976 Olds Delta 68 Royal. 66.000  km, lully loaded, mini cond.. one  owner, $2800.885-5747    4?w  1988 Mercury Topaz $5200 885-  8807 42w  1981 Volvo DL 4 spd, good condition. $2500 O.B.O. 8B6-389142cn  1981 Ford Granada $1000. 885-  5795 40w  1962 4x4 SJ410 Suzuki Jeep,  rebuilt engine al 125,000 km, asking $1800. Phone 886-3631 40cn  1979 Mercury Bobcat Villager  sln.w., a., p.s., p.b., am/lm tape  deck, V6. $600.663-2530    42w  1981 Buick Skylark, good cond.  886-3368 SS  1966 Chevy Spectrum, auto, new  lires, good cond., $3100 O.B.O.  8'   J46 42w  Classic 1967 Plymouth VIP Fury,  363 engine, asking $700. Phone  Enc 886-3631 40cn  1979 Mustang, 302,4 speed, asking $4500. Dave 685-8954. M2W  1981 Ford EXP, auto., sunroof,  $1500.885-4625 or 885-5181.  M2W  1960 Monte Carlo, red 2-door, 6  cyl., 350 trans., exc. cond., $1500  886-3874. M2W  1983 Volvo 4 dr Sedan, metallic  blue, sun-root, cloth seats, alloy  wheels, rutty loaded, 4 cyl, 5 spd.  $3750.686-8836 42cn  Burning barrels $15 each. 885-  1974 Window VW Van, 1800 cc  5703 anytime 40w      engine $1100.886-9377    42cn  AGED HORSE MANURE 1981 Datsun s/wgn runs well  $20 pick-up load or 2 lds/$30. $200.1973 Maverick, low mileage  Roberts Creek. 685-9969  43w      $500,885-7464 42cn  1990 Nissan Sentra 5 sp std.,  50,000 km, $7500.886-9039 att. 6  pm 42cn  1960 Sunbird, 99,000 kms. No  rust, V6, auto, good tires, brakes,  $700.886-7227 40cn  '77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 OBO. 886-3646 ss  CHEV SPECTRUM  1965 Chev. Spectrum, exc.  coiva Alpane stereo. $2300 O.B.O.  8860971 eves, or mess. 886-9764  TFN  1974 Dalsun 2602 alpine slereo.  mags, spinner hubs. Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  060886-7378 ss  1989 Dodge Omm 36,000 kms.,  P.T. warranty, $4500 OBO. 886-  8922 ss  Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2633 or 886-7484   ss  CASH PAID  For So-lit Caws And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  AbexUMd Aulo Parts  886-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1985 Sprint good cond. 60,000 mis  $2500.885-2238 40cn  1979 Muslang, power  steering/brakes, s/rool, good work  car $800 O.B.O. 886-0969 40cn  California driven rust-lree 1961  Datsun 310 4-spd. Runs great  135,000 well-maintained miles.  $1600.865-9449 40cn  1973 VW Beelle, gas heater exlra  snow tires $1800.685-4019  40*  1979 Cadillac Seville diesel, no  rust, grey $3500. Call 886-4608SS  1981 Volvo 242DL sun roof, cloth  seats, trailer hitch $3900. 685-  7682 40w  CHEAP! FBIAJ.S. SEIZED  69 MERCEDES $200  86 VW $50  67 MERCEDES $100  65 MUSTANG $50  Choose Irom thousands starting  $25. 24 Hour Hotline. 601-379-  2935. Copyright ��BC104JCM5w  CONSIGNMENT  Remember  ll You Wont Your Vehicle  SOLD  MIKI MOULD 81  TOIOI"  MIKE PLIMLEY  as Wharf Rd. Se.holl  88S-4004  Moving: 5804 Pebble Cres.  Sechelt. Household Furniture etc.  885-6119 40w  Pressure cooker $50 - wool mattress cover $60 - Samsonite cases  $45 -O.B.0.885-5125        SS  Seasoned Fir Firewood, split and  delivered. $90 - P.U. Load.  Richard, 863-2562,        Mien  Super-6 or regular-6 movie camera and pro|ecior, also screen tripod and light, $125.886-9420.  TFN   GOOD HAY  $5.00/Bali Delivered  Repair* A Parte  MECHANIC  M K�� Ir*Maa 1 f laarart M  886-7227  TOWING  Fully    241 7  Inaurad nr*/D*r*  Call Between !2-1pm  885-9357  TFN  Sewer redding machine on trailer 3  hp engine, 6 bits up to 10'. Excellent condition. $450 885-9068.  ss  Airco Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 8854276 ss  Grow Great garlic. Get ready for  fall planting of large organic garlic.  One pack 20 cloves. ($5,00) incl  postage (planting instructions.  Send to Organic Creek Farm,  RR��. S20, C-14. Gibsons, BC,  VON 1V0. TFNs  USED RAILWAY TIES for retain- 78 VW Westphalia, Iridge, poptop,  ing walls.; Unscreened topsoil etc.; '-' *--dien, * dr., auto. 886-  $110 load. 886-3204. ss  2076.  $41W  Anything: Give us a make S model  ��� n required, how much you want  to spend. Well try our best. 886-  om TFN  Parker. Hole 30.06,3x9 BushneU  scope. Marlin 444s Winchester,  Oueen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5467. ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, ergonomic  design grip belt, $850 OBO. 886-  7097.         "  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  884-5240  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES! LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 885-5669  ortS5-5e01. TFN  60,000 miles one owner. 1975  Monarch by Mercury mid-size lux-  ery 4 dr sdn, stereo, sunrool, air,  p.s., p.b., p.w��� new radiator, very  clean. All season radiais. Priced lo  sell $600.686-7227        40cn  1960 Monza 2 dr. coupe. Good  running cond., some body work  required, good brakes and tires,  $6750190.885-1924.      M1W  1972 Super Beetle, blk., fibreglass  tenders, ex. run. cond., must sell"  $1900080.886-9075.     M1W  1978 Chev Nova 2 dr., 92,000  kms., $1200.886-3282.     M1W  '56 Buick, V8, 92,000 miles, new  brakes, rebuilt dltf, $1200. 885-  4604. M1W  1985 Renault Fuego, exc running  cond., needs new muffler and  brake lines. Power sun root, really  nice looking car. Must sell, make  an offer or trade lor Boston whaler  or oipycat 886-0405        41cn  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885-4004 SS  1978 Plymouth Fury. Exc. brakes  and tires. Good running cond.  $300,885-5499 40w  1966 Landrover, $800 OBO. 686-  3854. MOW  1988 Dodge Aries LE, air, one  owner, exc. cond., $6000 OBO.  886-9292. MOW  1967 Tracer, 4 door, 38,000 kms.,  exc. cond., $3,995 OBO. 885-  4468. MOW  Full ��z. tractor, Fordson ma|or      diesel hydraulics front and back. 79 Pontiac Lemans, very good  Front bucket plus other equip, eng., good cond., $1100 OBO.  Ptowete $3650.886-3836 42cn 886-7262. MOW  1980 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113.  ss  1981 Ford Granada as is, $500  OBO. 8858095. TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025   ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for the  set, with covers, 666-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 885-1943.      SS  1968 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $7,495.  886-7520 or 886-2111.        ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  lnt/ext��� rebuilt engine & transmission. Priced to sell $3850 Call 886-  8510 after 6:00 pm. ss  1981 AMC, auto, good cond. No  rust. $1950 OBO 885-1942,  ss  1977 Volvo DL, rusty, reliable, new  parts. $500 OBO 685-1942.     ss  1971 LandRover - 68 completely  rebuilt. $7500 OBO. PTO Avail.  683-2669. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellenl condilion, new dual exhaust, radial t/a  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down lor lamily size  car or 11 It. camper. 8859068.  ss  77 Ventura, v-6 std. only 66,000  mi. Clean, new radiais, $750.885-  9553. ss  1985 Citation II, V6,4 spd. Only  33,000km. $3200,885-9553. ss  77 Camaro, 39,000 org. miles.  White int. excellenl. Rusty $950  OBO. 886-2111 ss  '66 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  886-7150.  1965 CJ5 Jeep. Wnch. warn hubs,  good shape $1300 O.B.O. 866  8305 42cn  4x4 Bush Basher, 1967 Wagoneer  Jeep. 327 Invader motor, no registration $500 or trade. 686-7227  40cn  1987 GMC 3/4 ton PU, auto, 4x4.  43,400 km, 350 engine, EFI, new  tires, am/lm tape deck, very clean,  excellenl condition, no rust.  $13,200,865-7227 41w  1871 Freight Liner Cabouer 250  Cummins c/w, 20 tl flat deck. PTO  w/tank ana'valve $3500.885-5448  41w  1988 Chev Astro, 3 window cargo  van, 4.3 L. V6. 3/4 ton.  stereo/alarm, $9000 OBO. 885-  1924. M1W  1980 F150 $750-885-6272  41cn  1985 Chev 1/2 ion canopy am/fm  radio small v-8 76,000 kms ex.  condition $5300.685-386141cn  1990 Ford Ranger XLT exl-cab  4x4, 53,000 kms V-6 auto., excellent conditon $13,000 885-4826  Thurs-Sunday 41cn  1973 GMC 3/4 ton camper special.  Runs well $550 O.B.O. 885-3876  41 w  1990 28' motor home 1967 Mazda  4x4 1980 Manze. 983-4392, 883-  9416 41w  1979 Ford F150 4x4, 300 6 cyl,  $1800-885-2155 40w  4X4 Scout, old but great oil road  vehicle, perfect lor Keats. New  shocks and charging system, 4 cyl.  engine, 3 spd. standard. Bill 886-  3938. MOW  1979 Chev 3/4 Ion PU with  canopy, very good running cond.,  $1800 OBO. 885-9969.   MOW  1988 Nissan SE P/U 4X4 king/cab,  4 sp. auto. V6, $12,750.886-7584.  HOW  1980 GMC Van, propane powered  auto. Excel cond. $4800.885-3426  eves. 40w  1991 S10 4x4. Many options. 886-  0290 40cn  DRUGLOR0 TRUCKS!  $100  86 BRONCO $50  91 BLAZER $150  77 JEEP CJ $50.  Seized Vans, 4x4's, Boats.  Choose from thousands starting  $25. 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-  2935 Copyright. ��BC104KKM1w  Full llie 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.886-8301        IS  1980 Chev 4 ton dump truck, 366  HP, 2 spd. rear end, 6-8 yd box,  $6500 firm. 886-3550 eves,  ss  79 Ford 12 passenger van, V8  auto good cond. $3295 OBO. 686-  7520 or 886-2111. ss  1968 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 Hire V6. PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $6700.685-2636,8857413  ss  1985 Bronco II 4X4, auto., CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Days 886-9332 aft. 7 eves. 686-  2983. ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 685-5102. ss  1981 Ford F250,4x4 with rock box  $5500.886-4599. ss  1974 GMC bus, 48 lo 75 passen- 2 bdrm. furnished $650/mlh or  per with luggage companment Gd small cottage $250,mtn B85-8847  condilion $2000 ��� 1975 Dodge RV 42w  bus, good condilion, lully loaded    $6000 886-7699 eves       40w  CLEARANCE  Sale ft Lease  ft Rental Units  Motorhomea ft Vana  (over 40 units available!  Bxamplaa  1990-27 Travelair T/B $33,900  199024'Travelair D/B $31,500  1990-22' Travelair $29,500  1990-19' Travelair $27,500  1981 Suncoach Van  25,000 original miles $11,900  (servce record available)  QOWESTRVS  1577 LLOYD AVE.  NORTH VANCOUVER *C.  987-8587  [BEHINP CAPILANO VCXKSW4G0M  1978 3/4 ton Chevy p/u w/roof  rack. $650.686-9825       42w  1974 21'Class Con duals, new  tires, exhaust, trans, brakes,  micro, 62,000 miles, new battery,  awning. $11,500 O.B.O. 883-2370  42w  1986 GMC 1 ton 4x4 loaded, lots 1976 Toyota Little Chief  ol extras. $10,000 O.B.O. 885- motorhome, 3-way fridge, all  5711 or 685-9319 eves,   40cn      accessories, 886-3033.   M2W  1987 Elite Chev 30 V-8 350 Motor.  Non smoker, loaiet. showei. sleeps  4, many extras Low mileage,  excellent condition $19,995 885-  7615arler6pm 40w  1976 Dodge van. lully camperized.  tor sale or trade loi small pickup  I40W  1976 Dodge camperized van.  aulo, ps.pt cruise, rear bed. cupboards, icebox, sink. $1,500 318  eng. 686-2512 ss  Fourteen loot Sangsier with tody  H.P. oulboard$1500.6857469  42w  Twin 350 Cu.ins 276 hp Volvo V8  engines wilh 280 legs. 5 yrs old  and 350 hrs approx. One leg near  new 100 his, Ihe other rebuilt  exchange 150 hrs. complete with  harness and instruments etc All in  good condition. $6000. otherwise  $3500 each. Call Bill Thomas 885-  M53 or 275-5644 40cn  KCHEIT MMIME  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain im Murray I  MCMMC    MNAMSl  MABYC    .Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  1961 ��� 19'3' Panther ski boal and  1982 200HPO/board Mercury  Black Max. E-Z load trailer, ton-  neau cover, lach. speedo, trim,  stereo, ss. ski bar, built-in modi-  lied V-hull. excellenl condition,  $10,000 OBO, 885-3307 lor more  into. M2W  28 It. Fibretorm w/commano  bridge, moored in Porpoise Bay  under cover. Twin gas eng. sleeps  5 wilh many other extras. Asking  $23,000,865-6038,        M2W  25 ft. Baylmer, lots ol extras, radio,  D/S, pwr winch etc. Sleeps 5; Galley and head. Ideal family cruiser  or tor fishing. Quick sale, $6500  lirm. 866-8836. M2W  Buying or Selling  a mobile home?  For expert results  call Nick Proach  885-6340  Valley Pacific Realty  12x46' c/w Iridge. stove and q��  $12,500 883-9397 42w  1974 12x62 two bdrm mobile  home 4 appis does not have lo  be moved Well maintained  Recently renovaled. $24,000  OBO 686-6254 or 886-0255  ���42CN  MOBILE HOME DEALER  Mew ��� 3 display homes.  open daily  14x70 front kitchen. $44,000  Used 12x70,3 bdrm. $19,500  For your pnvale lol ��� 3 bdrm ���  14x70, new. $39,900.  1413 Hwy 101. Gibsons.  SCMH Park Sales.  686-9826.  TFN  BUDGET BEATER  $44,900  1 yr old 14x60.2 bdrm. on big, private pad in lamily park. Features:  vinyl sitting, bay window, new sun  deck, storage shed. Close to shopping, beach. Nick Proach. 885-  6340 4iw  NEW AND USED  3 single-wide new homes on display daily. Used homes slatting at  $19,500, ready lor occupancy.  Financing available O.A.C. SCMH  Sales 886-9826 TFN  Only 4 sites left. 1.14x70 2 bdrm  display home 2. d/w vacant lot 1.  si'w vacant lot. Choose your new  home today, 5% down OAC 597-  3322/866-2597 TFN  For sale by owner 14x70 mobile ,  200 sq.lt. Addition, new roof in  quiet adull park. 885-4578 40w  1981 60 Cu. inch Hartey Davidson  F.L.M. 20,000 original kms $7,500  O.B.O. 885-5711 or 885-9319  eves. 40cn  1966 Suzuki FA 50 Moped, exc  gas mileage, good cond. very  quiet, must sell, a sacrifice at $350  O.B.O. 886-9096 41w  1986 RM 125 exc. cond., less than  10/hrs on rebuild, exc. bike asking  $1250 wilh helmet and chest protector Mus: sell 866-0405   41w  '84 Suzuki GS750EF, gd. cond.,  white/blue. $2000.886-7584.  MOW  1985 CR250, good running cond.  $1400.885-5202 SS  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc. cond.,  garage kept, $5500.686-9595, ss  1981 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculate 25,600 original K's,  $1250 OBO. 886-7378.       ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  otters. 886-8622. ss  22 tt. Sunbridge Bayliner, galley  head, etc. Exc. for cruising and  fishing, lully equipped, all in mint  condition. Reduced to $17,000 due  to illness. 886-2730.      M2W  20' Davidson Sloop, 6 hp, O.B.  lines lead alt $3750.885-47974IW  26 ft. Thunderbird sailboat, 5 sails,  fully rigged, needs TLC, $1000  OBO. 885-1924. M1W  20' (iberform hard-top new mere,  cruiser V-6, eng. and leg, sounder  stereo, heater elc. $7500. 883-  2740 41w  Good 12 ft. aluminum boat $600 or  trade? 685-7167 ss  16.5 It. KiC Kingfisher, cenlre  console, LCD sounder, 60H Evinrude, galvanized Wr, $8500. 896-  7584. MOW  19 ft. CABIN CRUISER  Excellent lishing vessel. 50 HP  Mercury, 9.9 Johnson, bolh in  good running condition. Includes  depth sounder, VHF. CB. 3  portable tanks, anchor and 150 ft.  line and chain, $4800.8851961 or  pager 885-5111. ask for Poler.  ��40W  12 It. McCulloch aluminum boat.  $200. Phone aft. 6pm 885-5481.  MOW  23 ft. Fibrelorm. 165 Merc. I/O.  883-2222 between 9-5pm.M0W  25 family bndge deck cruiser tor  quick sale. Owner going abroad.  Jusl lifted Chrysler 318 re-cend  engine, new canvas, Volvo leg,  stand-up head, power winch, galley, elc. $8,500, 685-5464 or 683-  9733. 40w  24 It. boat 'Blacklist', moorage pd  10 Dec 31 $4,000 885-7977  40w  198120' double Eagle hardtop 200  HP Volvo 280 leg. (H-6I. Gibsons  Marina, $17.500.986-2694.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-2O-3O-4O-50-70 HP 1989-1990  Evinrudes. Excellenl condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456. TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local   cottage Irom Oct 1.686*0167  propellor repair service. 685-5276. Wen  29.Wanted  to renl  Young prolessional couple will  caretake your home (Sechelt/Wil-  son Creek area) lor Ihe winter  monlhs. Exc. rets. Call 683-2599  or 885-5016. ��42CN  Small house, quiel spot, RC area  prelerred $350 max 886-7592.  ��42W  Covered storage lor 20' travel trailer. Gibsons area 886-732240*  Responsible mature man seeks i  or 2 bdrm collage.nouse watertront. quiel area preler Wilson  Creek 'Davis Bay area or  Sechell/Haltmoon Bay 885-0628  or 685-3552 41 w  Responsible couple want to  sublet apartment lor October,  $500 or less 886-8771   ��40W  Three plus bedrooms with bam or  large storage. Alan 886-8741  40w  Responsible prolessional couple is  looking lor 2 bdrm apartment or  GREAT LOCATION: GIBSONS  Near schools, shopping 3 bdrm  tarn, home with t/p. storage.  $750/mtn Avail. Nov 1886-9559  42w  GIBSONS NEAR NEW  Spacious 3 bdrm. 2 bfh, gteat  kitvchen wnook, laundry. 5 appl,  garage Avail Nov 1 298-521542*  Gibsons - Avail immed. 2 bdrm  ste Beautilul view 5 appl. storage,  covered prkg $75u7mlh 5951669  42w  Roberts Creek 2 bdrm collage  lully turn on quiet 5 acres, n/s.  prel 8658636 42w  Clean, bright spacious ground  level I bdrm suite, prel working  mature non-smoking individual,  located tn lower Gibsons  $500. mlt includes util Available  Oct 15 886-3573 42w  1 bdrm trailer, lully lum., new condilion. propane, Cedar's Trailer  Court.885-3313 42w  Langdale - 2 bdrm gr. level suite  New spacious, park-like setting.  Adull oriented, no pets, n/s and  quiet. $590 incl. hydro 886-7334  42w  Commuters. Panoramic view,  detached bach cottage. Own  patio, laundry facility, walk to lerry,  adult oriented $600 plus util. 886-  0990 lv. mess 42w  Adult oriented modern 2 bdrm  house with view near Secret Cove.  5 appis., $600/mo. N/S. no pels,  avail. Nov. 1. For appointment to  view call 883-2423.        M2CN  Three bdrm. trailer with carport  and shed, quiet area, fruit Irees,  avail. Oct 1,886-9500.       TFN  2 bdrm house Lower Gibsons  $650/mth. Nov. 1,1 pet welcome  980-2739 42cn  Gibsons: 4 bdrm duplex with magnificent view. Incl. all appl. Avail,  immed. Pertect for lamily with inlaws. $1250.596-1669      42cn  Shared accom: house, Wilson  Creek. $400/mlh 885-7248 days  685-0930 eves. 42cn  Gibsons: new 2 bdrm 2 level suite,  close to Gibsons Plaza $625/mth.  Rets req. 886-3457 42cn  2 bdrm home, Lower Rd, Robeits  Creek $700,886-3714        40w  2 bdrm duplex, appl., laundry Mar-  lene Rd. Roberts Creek. $550.  885-3676 41*  Blue-green carpels, skylights. 3  bdrm, 1 1/2 balhs totalling over  1600 sq.ft. ol spacious living,  make this view Gibsons lownhouse a bnghl sunny home. II you  will look after it, we want you to  live there. N/S. relerences,  $800/mth, 1-926-0451        41w  Rustic 1 bdrm + den cabin in Davis  Bay on Watertront property. Suit  angle person $600/mth, rent negotiable lor handiman work. 1-984-  2216 43cn  Newly renovated 2 bdrm  cottage/Roberts Creek. Available  Nov 1, $760/mih. Phone mornings  886-7545 41w  Lower Gibsons - beautilul 1 bdrm.  view apt. quiet, new, secure.  Blinds, carpels, laundry, patios,  $590. $650. 686-3420.      M1W  Short term rental. Furnished  Granlhams waterfront cabin,  includes hydro. Phone 686-8640.  M1W  Inlet view semi-waterlront tur-  nished/unlurnished 2 bdrm.  D W.M. 885-4490. M1W  Upper Gibsons ��� 1 bdrm. suite.  $550/mo plus 1/3 utils 886-3107  MtW  1980 sq ft. duplex. 3 bdrm. Lower  Gibsons, beautilul view, $900'mo.  886-3225. M1W  WF Selma Park, mam lloor. 2  bdrms., I 1/2 baths, $750 per  month, avail Nov. 1.1-926-3991.  M1W  Spacious New 3 Bdrm.  Townhouse in Gibsons, close lo  amenities. Sundeck, carport, skylight 5 appliances, rels.. no pets,  available now. Call 1-230-4099.  M1W  1967 Chev 1-ton Hat deck, 283  runs well, economical, 4 new tires,  needs battery, $500 OBO. 885-  4632. M2W  1979 Chev 3/4 ton, rusty, needs  battery, runs well, $500 OBO. 885-  4632. M2W  1978 GMC Frontier motor home in  good cond., new lires. Also new  portofotty. $70.885-3138 42cn  17' Boler F/G trailer, Iridge, stove,  lum., Hush toilet, awning, stereo,  raised axle. Asking $4700. 683-  2740 eves. 41*  12 tt. aluminum boat $600. 885-  7167. 40ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  last and in lop condition, surveyed  value $8500, offers & trades con-  sidered. 836-2736 ss  1979 27'Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ot extras, $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 or 463-6959,    ss  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold, $3500.886-3457.       ss  Gibsons 2 bdrm house, near manna, 2 appl., $500/mth. 886-0923  40cn  3 bdrm waterlront collage  Redroolts Rd, avail. Oct-May  15/93. $50O/mth. No pets or smokers. John Carter 1-672-7787 after  6 pm 42w  Spacious 2 bdrm mobile home,  excellent view. Adull park, small  pels. $450/mth. 883-2459,7 pm lo  9pm 42w  Gibsons - 3 bdrm. lamily room,  1000sq.lt plus, 3 appl., 1 1/2  balhs, upper Gibsons, avail. Oct.  1. $650/mo. plus utils. S.C.M.H.  Park. 886-9826. TFN  Newly renovated 2 bdrm. cottage/Rots. Ck., avail. Nov. 1,  $760/mo. Phone mornings 886-  7545. M1W  Residential RV spaces, large landscaped sites, lull nookuc tel. $  cable avail. $200 mc incl elec,  Gibsons area. 886-7051.   M1W  Roberts Crk. 3 bdrm house, 5  appl, ouiet nea' beach. Grd. level  . tuily fin. bsmt 1 cp and gar.  wkdhp N/s. rets Avail Oct 15 or  Nov 1 $700/mth 435-6189  41w  Pamai ste wlaudry tacii. all util.  mc $425mth 6852679       41 w  .SOMEWHERE SPECIAL  Gibsons avcnnectjtaliy designed  house lor rent on 5 private  acres with pond, pasture stream  and tores' 4 bdrm. 2 lip skylights,  vaulted ceiling not tub dbl garage  play tort, garden, orchard elc.  $1200/mth Susan 8860032 41*  Like new 2 bdrm lownhouse.  School Rd Shared accom. n/s, no  pels, prolessional lemale prelerred. $590/mth. util. Rets req.  Sept June 1-731-1608 after 5 pm  41w  Condo in Jolly Roger, large 2  bdrm. lumished. view overlooking  marina, monthly rental Call 665-  1515 or 926-5724 (eve)       41w  Short-term ok. lully lumished view  condo, Jolly Roger Inn. Secret  Cove. 5 appis. l/p. avail Oct 1 to  June 30. Ideal lor couple or single  $575/mttn util. 6856831   41 w  Hopkins - panoramic view, 3 bdrm,  avail, immed.. all appl., 1/2 utilities.  432-9979 40*  Gibsons near new spacious freshly  painled duplex. 2 units w/3 bdrms.  11/2.21/2 baths, 5 appl, near  schools and mall. Relerences, no  pets $750 ��� $775. Avail. Oct 1.  885-9540 40*  'THE QUIET LIFE' walertronl, oft  Gower Pant Rd. Gibsons. Secluded 1 bdrm Garden Suite w/large  livingroom, l/p, kitctien/tamily  room, all rooms face water  $695/mth. 686-7002. 40w  Gibsons - 2 bdrm. and den town-  home, 2 min. to mall and schools,  avail. Oct, 1,$700/mo. 942-8706.  ���40W  ���ii i  Avail Ocl. 1 - $800. View, close lo  ferry, 2 bdrm. up, 1 dowrl,- fttfl.  req, Lise 686*3206, MOW  1 bdrm. apart, and garage,  $550/mo. plus electricity. 8184  Stocicweii Rd.. Sechelt. Avail. Nov.  I 885-4164 MOW  1 bdrm. suite Wharl Rd., $375/mo.  ��� ulils. Avail. Oct. 15.885-3982.  MOW  3 bdrm house. Gibsons with view.  Wood heated, t/p, garage, $850  886-8348 40*  Immaculate 2 bdrm, 3 level view  townhouse including fireplace. (II  appliances. Adull oriented. No  pets. Located in Gibsons. Asking  $695/mth. Call Joan Peterson  Century West Realty Ltd al 865-  2235 TFN  2 bdrm lurnished condo Jolly  Roger Secret Cove. No pels. Avail  Oct. 1 $650 plus utils. 685-7682  40*  Spectacular West Sechell ocean-  view home, ideal for professional  or retired couple. Wonderful no  maint garden, decks, fireplace,  drapenes, 5 appis. storage, n/s.  No pets. $90O/mth. BB5-775340W  Waterfront  I bdrm cottage,  T'wanek. Sechelt, lurnished, 4  appliances, avail. Oct. I. ��� May 31  $650/mth plus utilities 9652615  40cn  Cozy 1 bdrm house near Gibsons  Manna. Oct 1. $500.886-7381  40cn  2 bdrm main lloor Central Gibsons,  bright, spacious large deck. Spectacular manna view $625 plus util.  886-0072 or 255-7518  40cn  2 bdrm Mobile home w/4appl  Close lo Cedars School $595 neg.  w/lease. rel frank 886-4976  40cn  1 bdrm bsmt suile no pels $600.  866-7037 40w  Bright 700 sq.ft. 2 bdrm bsmt suite,  carport. Idry lac. yard, Sep ent.,  $540/mth plus util. lease, ns prel,  Ive mess: 886-4530 40*  2 bdrm on acreage Sandy Hook.  Ns, nd, np $750/mth. Lower Gibsons 4 bdrm. 2 baths, view, suite  $800/mth. Call Ken 885-6277 or  886-8389 40cn  1 bdrm suite Madeira Park $325  plus hydro. 683-2661 40*  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support your  Residential, Commercial or Industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a tull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles et 886-8107 for details. -1  bdrm. lurnished, Hopkins,  $400/mth. TFN  ���Ul  maaaaai"  ��� .   - ., 20  Coast News, October 5, 1992  Take Adtaaatage ta/our Narw Classified Ad Special Coast News (Monday)  -                . __*,,        ,            -   __$>   m ��� Classified Deadline:  Run your classtftea aa o ttmes, **$$      Noon Friday  and pay for only 2 times! 3 secSu offices  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  Bntiih Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in Ihe rental ol property  For example a person wno  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condilion ol rental would be "  violation ol the Family Slatus  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the advert-  semenl and tne newspaper  which publishes it would both be  m contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint Med  against ihem The Coasl News  will therefore noi accept such  discnmnilory ads  Roberts Creek Hen. avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  600-1300 sqtt. $30041IX  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibsons  >Lome. 1 -733-9863 or Mane 886-  7018. TFN  2000-10.000 square leet exposure, will build to suit  New otlice space 800-2400 sq. tt.  Wilson Creek. $8.00 nel  Retail space, new Plaza, 900-3000  sq. tl 14 00 net.  Grant Realty  886-3330 TFN  SHARED ACCOMMODATION IN  HY HOME N/S i NO PETS ���  FEMALE PREFERRED ���  laSOMO. NORTH RD. GIBSONS  TFNs  3 private offices New building  $295-$350/mth Receptionist avail.  Don Sutherland. Pebbles 886-  8107  TFN  Ollice space approx 200 sq.ft. use  ol photo copier and lax. $lOOVmth.  885-7869 41w  Office: lower Gibsons, light and  heat inc. $175.886-2588 or 1-736-  4804 41W  Comrnetcia!/otlice space tor lease.  1000 sq.ft. comer unit, excellent  exposure, prime location - Kem's  Plaza. Contact Walter or Beryl  886-8866 TFN  Induatrial workshop avail, immediately, Gibsons 750 sq.ft. unit, 921 ���  6751. $475/mth 40cn  Clow to Gibsons, 30x50' workshop 2 bays, 9'4' ceiling, storage  area. Great lor small bus. or hobby  **op$70<Vrnth 6854490   40*  Davit Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair tacilites. 885-  2752 or 865-9863 42cn  Wanted housekeeper/mothers  helper in Wilson Creek area  Hours negotiable 865-2006 42*  Part time person required in video  dept., 4-9 shitl. must be sell-moti-  vated. must be 16 yrs or older  Apply in person only at Kern's  Home Furnishings. TFN  Building designer, drafts person,  minimum 2 yrs   experience  Resumes please to: Box 1127,  Gibsons, BC Attn: Tn Design.  M2W  Fine dining server with knowledge  otwine 866-2186 42cn  TUPPERWARE  world class company now expanding in Sechell, Pender Harbour  district We are seeking a mature  tull or part-time sales consultant.  This it an excellent Independent  business opportunity with unlimited  potential lor the right individual.  Musl be prepared to receive free  training in Vancouver. Please write  to Joan Woodrow. Tupperware  Distributor, Unit 9, 3771 North  Fraser Way, Burnaby V5J 5G4 or  phone435-0056 41*  Elphie's Cabaret is now accepting  applications lor waitresses. See  Chris or Michelle. TFN  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Tutors are needed for  English as a Second  Language, approx. 2 hrs  per week, starting in Oct.  Full training will be  provided  The SPCA needs  assistants lo help visit and  care tor animals at their  Gibsons location. 2 - 4 pm  weekdays  Drivers are needed tor the  Sechelt area to transport  people to medical appointments locally i to  Vancouver Expenses  reimbursed  A parent/child activity  program has openings tor  volunteer assistants 2-4  hr. shifts, in Gibsons.  Davis Bay or Sechell.  Excellenl job experience.  four guides & receptionists are needed for a  heritage museum in  Gibsons. Four hour shitts  weekdays. All training will  be provided.  FOR THESE ft MORE  OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION  CENTRE AT  885-5881  A Service lunded by  The Ministry ot  Social Services  Musiciana tor Thursday night  entertainment. Contact Terry at the  Jolly Roger. TFN  Non-smoking, mature adult tor part  time kennel duties. 886-8568.  MOcn  Perm./P/T nanny required In  Woodcreek Park. Benefit pkg. tor  the right person, car a mutt. 886-  354001886-8107. MOcn  ��� Al  PHOTOGRAPHY  LAB  rib  interested in saving money? II  cooking and cleaning are a part ol  your daily Me, let me irtroduce you  to Ihe world ol Watkins Quality  Products. Call Michelle ai 886-  3026 42w  PETERT. REMODELLING  General Home Maintenance, Carports - Fencing - Sundecxs - Additions, etc Boal maintenance and  island service. For more info  please call 665-1981 or Pager  885-5111. M3W  GUTTER CLEANING  Sechell to Garden Bay 883-9843.  MOW  BUSY BODIES  Cleaning with class - Iree est.-  matesHome/oltice/conlracting  ciean-up.special eventsDaily,  weekly, monthly, seniors' rates  Mature, reliable, relerences on  CULTURED MARBLE request Langdale lo Hallmoon  Everything your bathroom needs    Bay Ms Busy 686-9531 Ms Body  Bath tubs, sinks, bath and shower  886-0367.��40W  surround. CSA approved. Tom  Sealy. 883-2978 41*  Cuetom Enlargements:  Colour, Black S While  Quality Reproductlone:  Old Prints, Negatives  Batty Damaroa  taMtM  (Rm.)��  Box 1954.  287 Gower Pt Road.  Gibsons. BC VON IVO  IN- HOME WOreSSWNAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholttery^  POWEFf U. TRUCK ���aOJNtEB  EOUiFMEN'  BES! POSS��E nfSUiTS  __mi____l__a____  Rainbow  Preschool   Robert;  Creek, enroll no* tor Oct. Joyce  TFN  Will type confidential correspondence 886-9346 kiave message  41i  Krec Kstlnmtcs  Firm Prices  885*4578  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  Commercial warehouse space, Part-time person lor warehouse  new building, Hwy 101. i Hough duties may be some iruck driving.  Rd. (fccyawcyfep, 1 (65-9719. Kern % Home Furnishings. 886-  i TFN 6886 TFN  $200-1500 WEEKLY Assemble  products at home. Easyl No selling. You're paid direct, Fully guaranteed. 24 hour hotline. 601-379-  2985 Copyright ��BC104DH.M5cn  Assemble light products trom  home. Easy work ��� excellenl pay!  We provide details - 24 hrs (604)  623-2380 Ext#A74 40w  Req. immed., E.C.E. student lor  teacher assist, posilion, 2 afternoons per week at Jack and Jill  Playschool. Send resume to Box  128, Granthams Ldg., VON 1X0.  TFN  Call Sue tor your complete home  cleaning needs. 8854185. #44W  Computer seivices tor small businesses. Bedford Accounting,  spread sheets, data bass management. Phone 9-5pm. B854009,  M1W  Catering lor weddings, Christmas  parties, Sp. events, reasonable  rates, rets. 883-9351.       M2W  BECKY'S WORD PROCESSING  Fast, reliable service. Reasonable  rates. 885-7733. M5W  LAWN DETHATCHING, maintenance, brushcutting, rubbish  removal, yard clean-up, hedge  trimming, planting window cleaning, carpet cleaning. 885-07374 iw  Housesitter/Handyman - mature,  tellable NS/ND, rets, bondable, will  housesil, caretake pets, plants,  odd robs, maim, Sunshine Coast.  Rex, PO Box 1385. Gibsons. 886-  2164. M1W  SPECIAL TOUCHES  CLEANING SERVICE  Residenlial - commercial ��� marine,  bonded-insured. 685*4457 41w  CABINETREE  Custom Cabinets, Hardwood, Plywood and Solid Wood. All types ot  cabinets. James McCarthy 886-  3306, Journeyman Cabinet Maker  40W  ������������JiH.-lJ'.vM  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  ���     *   I ��� laTLTlesnmnnat  ' "Vvffa*nafa***ra*a**l "******"  ���Any Joa  CALL OOC* tr ALL  886-4788  BCYCNA  MTOH  COLUMBIA  ANOVOKON  COivWUNITY  NEWSPAPERS n -1  r  ASSOCIATION C.    I   D  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than IOO community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  lor 25  words  $195  S3.70a*ch additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  Enginos rebuilt from $995. 5  year 100,000 kms warranty.  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C. for 27 years. Phone 7  days,8a.m.-8p.m. (604)872-  0641. Toll-tree Mon-Fri 1-  800-663-2621.   GOVERNMENT SEIZED/  SURPLUS vehicles. U.S. and  Canadian tow as $100.  BMW's, Cadillacs, Chevs,  Fords, Mercedes, Porsches,  trucks, vans. AMAZING free  24-hr recording reveals how  (416)631-4666.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  light trucks. 6 cylinder from  $995,8 cylinder from $1095.  5 year, 100,000 Km. Ltd. war-  ranty. 7 Days-580-1050,1-  800-665-3570, 856-5828  evenings.   BUatDtWO SUPPLIES  DCORSI WINDOWSI Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE! Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at (604)266-1101.  SAUDER VINYL SIDING  SPECIAL. Up to 25% savings on all vinyl tiding unlil  Oct. 30,1992. Only cash or  certMed cheques accepted  Central Valley Vinyl: 1-853-  6515, FAX: 1-853-6808.  ���UM4EM __0__M__\  SMALL SOUTHERN VANCOUVER ISLAND MOVING  COMPANY for sale. Fully  licensed, Vanline offillated:  Write D.Veysey, 670 Frayne  Rd.,RR1, Mill Bay, B.C. VOR  2PO.  Canadian based high quality  women's dothln-j manufacturer Is looking lor sales consultants. Have fun selling  fashionable 100% cotton  clothing from home. Cell col-  tact, Plexus, (403)266-1750.  Earn while at home. Easyl  No strings, no multilevel, $300  per weak possible in first  month. Send S.A.S.E. tor  Iree package to M. Baird, #10,  8863-216 Street, Langley,  B.C. V1M209.   1990 l-vi-err* with or vrltliout  good highway job based out  of Prince George $80,000  O.B.O. Reason lor selling -  retirement. Will train if re-  quired. Phone 1-561-9273.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  ADVANCE OPPORTUNITY.  Revolutionary 80 channel  mini-dish satellite system will  rapidly expand home entertainment and communications industry. Network Mar  keting. No inventory. No  investment. Call (416)622  1810 anytime.  DISTRIBUTOR WANTED.  Exclusive territory. Excellent  Environment Sale Cleaning  Products. Commercial and  Residential. Profitable Business. Natureciean, Box 334,  Sorrento, B.C. VOE 2WO.  Phone: (604)675-4817. FAX:  (604)675-4769.  CALLING ALL  CRAFTSPEOPLE. Do you  want to Increase Profits &  Sales? We have a fantastic  new marketing strategy for  you. Greater Vancouver Area.  Very moderate cost. High trat  tic/tourism market. Contact  us with your Product Details.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  College Roommates - Karen,  Wendy and Lisa have exciting Personal Photos ol them -  selves for sale For discreet  Into write to: Spice, Box 670-  GB, Kelowna, B.C. VIY7P4.  Adults only please.  PREMIER PERSONAL  PRODUCTS - Lingerie and  Novelties ��� Send $5. (refunded  first order) for two full colour  catalogues to: Dept 163L -  1450 Johnston Road, White  Rock, B.C. V4B 5E9.  EDUCATION  FREE CAREER GUIDE to  home-study correspondence  Diploma courses. Accounting, Airconditioning, Bookkeeping, Business,  Cosmetology, Eleclronics,  Legal/Medical Secretary,  Pswhotegy, Travel. Granton,  (5A)-263 Adelaide West, Toronto. 1-800-950-1972.  EARNYOURCERTIFICATEI  Learn Income Tax Preparation or Basic Bookkeeping by  correspondence. For iree  brochures, no obligation, contact U S R Tax Services, 205-  1345 Pembina Hwy., Winnipeg, MB R3T 2B6, 1-800-  665-5144. Enquire about ex-  elusive franchise territories.  Train to be a *CRM' Certified Apartment Manager.  Many jobs available. Over  2,000 graduates now working. Government licensed  home-study course. R. M.T.I.  68V5456or 1-800-665 8339.  EMPLOYMENT  orapOHi-UHrriEs  SUNSHINE VILLAGE Ski  Resort, Banff, AB requires  enthusiastic individuals, com -  mined to service excellence.  Various seasonal positions.  Resumes: Box 1510, Banff,  AB, TOL OCO. (403)762-  6546, Fax (403)7626513.  FINANCE  Government Grants 8 Loans.  Billions ol dollars are made  available to new and existing  B.C. businesses. The Brad  Book can show you how to  get your share. Call now  (604)753-9424.   FOR SALE MISC.  NORITAKE CHINA SALEI  Terrific discounts on current  patterns! Delivered well-  packed, insured. For price  list on your Noritake partem -  Alexander's, Tha Noritake  Experts', Toronto Toil-Free  1600-263-5896.  COMPACT DISCS and CASSETTES BY MAIL For a Iree  catalogue ot Folk, Blues and  World Music write to: BLACK  SWAN RECORDS, 2936  West 4th Avenue, Vancouver  V6K1R2 Phone: 734-2828.  FREE - GENUINE GEM-  STONE RING (Worth $20)��  24 Page Catalogue of lowest  priced fine jewellery. Send  $2 (Shipping 8 HarxJing.One  Otter Per Household) to: Best  Bargains, #2021568  Merivale Rd., Nepean, Ont.  K2G 5Y7.   FOUR Commercial  Laundromat coin operated  dryers. Huebsch originators  Loadstar II $1,800 each.  Copper commercial laundry  water heater, commercial  laundry hot water tank. $900  lor boiler and tank. Forest  Grove Store 397-2412 Len.  RENT TO OWN. 100% FINANCING AVAILABLE. All  types surplus construction  equipment. New tilt deck  equipment trailers in stock.  Call Inland Equipment Sales,  Penticton. 4936791.  HEALTH  TATTOOS/BIRTHMARKSr  SPIDER VEINS removed  without scarring by latest laser technology. Call Pacilic  Laser Centre 731-5512.  HELPWANTEO  FASHION FORTUNEI Fun  and Freedom and an impressive 45% profit can be yours  by becoming an Independent  Distributor of Ma Cherie Lingerie and Loungewear. We  make it easy tor you to make  your fortune! Call 1-800 661  3305.  GRAPHIC ARTIST ��� Experienced Advertising Layout  person required for growing  Vancouver Island newspaper.  Full-time position. Must be  organized, able to produce  quality layouts in minimum  time. Send resume to: Advertising Manager, Comox  Valley Record, Box 3729,  Courtenay, B.C. V9N7P1.  NOTICES  Former Moose Jaw Residents! Victoria reunion committee organized Carribean  Cruise Feb. 13/93. Filling fasl  - Hurry call Toni Tomlinson,  Victoria 386-8884 or Gordon  Mitchell, Kelowna 862-2989.  PERSONAL  Hunterilne Trucking requires  owner/operator tractor units  lor the movement ol salt from  Vancouver to Points within  B.C. Call Ron all- 800663 i  4011.  Overseas Positions. Hundreds ot top paying jobs, all  occupations. Free details  Overseas Employment Serv-  ices, Dept. CA, 1255 Laird  Blvd. Suite 208, Mount Royal,  Quebec H3P2T1.  HOTI HOTI HOTI Earn an  Impressive 45% profit by join  ing Canada's most success  ful LINGERIE company. We  olfer a QUALITY PRODUCT,  fast & efficient service and 17  year's experience. We're  waiting to hear from you Call  1600-661-3305.  Editor required for a small  Northern B.C. community  paper. This is an excellent  opportunity to join a fast grow  ing newspaper group. The  position offers competitive  salary and hill benefits package. Apply In writing lo Vic  Swan, Regional Manager,  Cariboo Press, Box 2570  Smithers, B.C. VOJ 2NO  MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Save thousands on dealer  mark-up. We'll custom build  mobile homes to suit your  needs. Doubles, singles,  modulars. Phone lor details:  Noble Homes, Edmonton  133.  WOULD YOU LIKE to correspond with unattached Christian people across Canada:  all denominations, all nationalities, lor companionship or  marriage7 Ashgrove, P.O.  Box 205, Chase, B.C. VOE  IMP.   MALE potency problems?  FREE product information on  new, safe, drug-free, non-Invasive strategy. Success  guaranleed. Write or Call:  Performance Medical, P.O.  Box 1273, Brandon, MB R7A  6K4 Toll-free 1-800-663-  0121.    REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  lorunpaidtaxes. Crown Land  availability. For information  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1.  18Km South Revelstoke B.C.  40 acres lakeshore, creek  supplies water and hydro.  House 1920 sq.ft. tull basement, has Shake and Shingle  Mill $235,000. Phone: Y-J  Channel N425296.   SERVICES   Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer lor  24 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  leesavailable. InjuredinB.C.  only.  TRAVEL  VISITING TORONTO? Stay  in our restored downtown  home. Furnished apartment  (1-7 persons) or Bed and  Breakfast Irom $50 daily/$290  weekly. Ashleigh Heritage  Home (416)535-4000.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADS  For only $195.00 place  your classified ad in over  100 newspapers  throughout B.C. and the  Yukon.  For more information  contact this newspaper  or call (604)669-9222.  8, WALUPAPERINQ  PRESSURE WASHING  Qualify Workmanship  FREE ESIIMAIE S  883-98-13  FISHERMEN-DIVERS,  SIGHT-SEERS  New year round charters exceptional rates. Phone 885-0203 or  cellular 220-7189 40w  H0USECALLS  Quality home re-modelling, design  and construction, linishing and  cabinet work a specialty 885-3352  40w  Ftee, no obligation retirement  planning consultation, RHSP's,  RRlF's, cash investments, children's accounts. Conlact Carol  Oppelt, Pro-tund Distributors Ltd.  20 Yrs exp. 885-1926 or 732-3249  40*  HOUSE FRAMING/  RENOVATIONS  by hr. or contract, all work guaranteed. Rels avail., Lie. carpenter  BCTQ 2451 -CA-77 ��� 20 yrs expenence. 886-0315 or 24-hr cell 1-  351-0399 4lcn  LAWN I GARDEN  Lawn mowing, weeding, hedge  trimming, pruning, spraying, general cleanup. Call Jan 886-0160.  I41W  Pat's! Ton Truck Service  Will do rubbish removal, tree  removal, demolition, hauling, 7-day  service, tree estimates. 885-2870.  40W  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Umbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  IDH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening a Repairs  to all cutting tooli Including  Mower Blades 4 Chainsawa  Jamie Harrop  tall Hwy 101 Ottawa waMn*  Brush clearing, tree limbing and  cleanup. Also have log skidder.  885-3670 MOW  House cleaning and yard work,  reliable, rels. avail. 886-7041 or  886*010. 41w  Man with 1 ton Iruck will do moving  or hauling on/or to mainland and  trom Coast - Iree estimates. Pat  885-2870 talOW  Rubbish removal, yard cleanup,  light moves, odd rote, lasl and reliable Greg. 8859694.     Mlw  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish removal,  yard maintenance, rototilling, odd  lobs. 685-3917. TFNs  Complete Bobcat SarvlcM  Excavating-Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  886-8538  TFN  Carpentry, renovations, additions.  By hour or contract. Call 886-3107.  M4w  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions ��� Decks ��� Finishing ���  Painting ��� Drywall ��� -Wallpaper  486-3792 Stefan Perry  40cn  Looking tor reliable responsible  Mcysitter in our home lo bagm in  November. Part-time. Call 886-  7997. IM0W  Puddiaducks Langdale place lor  lun and learning. Full program.  1386*3767 40*  Molly Mouse Daycare. Spaces  avail. 18 months to school age.  Fun-tilled, caring environment with  early childhood trained stall 886-  3913 ��2w  Business lor sale in Lower Gibsons. Phone 886-7306 all. 6 pm.  M2W  iionda rotti products  �� III KOVAANA  FOREST A GARDEN  PRODUCTS  FurcM A (i.nJcn Dealer-flip*  available fair Stchclt  (.nil Dorian at  Tldclinc Loaglng  BSS-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRES ONIY  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, dralting, tree estimales,  References available. 886-3463  TFNs  Wanted: Housekeeper/mother's  helper in Wilson Creek area.  Hours Negotiable 885-200842W  Exp. nanny seeks live-out position,  N/S, ECE, Firsl Aid, CPR, TLC,  rets. 885-9466. M2W  Mother ol 2 will do day care in her  home. Roberts Creek. 885-5032.  M2W  Home Daycare lor tun and learning, early childhood teacher 886-  0080 42w  Experienced Nanny seeks work.  Excel, rels. Call Margaret 885-  6375 41w  In-home family childcare. Safe,  fun, PT or FT, very reasonable  rates, rets avail. 886-2227.M0W  For Sale/Lease new Industrial  building 3700 sq.lt. 3 bays /1800  sq. It. upper storage space, olfice  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 886-8204. ss  customers - Cart and Darren will  be away Oct 10 to Oct. 24. Office  will be open as usual 8:30-5pm  with Wayne on call for service.  Sorry lor any inconvenience.  Kohuch Appliance Repairs 5672  Cowrie a Sechelt. 685-964742w  Wanted: Older Mobile Home.  Fixer-upper 12x60 or larger. NO  otder than 1974. 886-4704 alter 6  pm 42*  Auto: 1987 Honda Prelude Si,  white, sun-root, air, many exlras.  One owner 43,000 km. $9700.  886*3226 42w  Trucks: 1962 Datson Diesel King  Cab, fiberglass canopy, $1,000  O.B.O. 883-9978 41cn  For rent: 2 bdrm townhouse, 6  appl., in Gibsons. Immaculate condition. Avail Nov. 1 $750/mtn. 886-  3218or733-7211 42*  For rent: 3 bdrm mobile home, 4  appl, on waterfront acreage Earl's  Cove $450/mth 886-9600    42*  KAYN0R  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 884-5324 or  686-2312 or 886-0436        TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out ol  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service.  Fully insured. Commercial S residential. References available.  FRED 886-3526. TFN  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate, 886-6095        TFNs  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates.  Free eslimates, no job tx small or  too large. Bruce 8859576. M5W  Light moving and hauling, yard  and basement clean-ups. Norm  886-9503 41w  Carpenter for hire, decks, patios,  retaining walls, reno's custom  homes, Tom 886-8063       41*  Qualified bookkeeper will do books  for small business. 885-7571.  M1W  CONSTRUCTION CO.  REQUIRES WORK  Form - Frame - Finish - Commercial - Residential. Hourly or Contract. 885-3574. M1W  SEBERRY SERVICES  Carpet S upholstery cleaning, mattress cleaning, grass cutting, weed  whacking, gutters cleaned, window  washing. Call Richard Sabarry  40*  INVITATION  TO TENDER  Attention:  Trucking Contractors  Beginning December 1992, B.C. Hydro Is expanding the Power  Smart Refrlgarator Buy-Back Program to Include the Lower  Mainland. The program otters Iree pick-up service and a rebate  to residents willing to give up their old operating refrigerators to  conserve energy.  For the purpose ol this program, the Lower Mainland has been  divided into five regions and bids are requested Irom firms  interested in providing pick-up service lor one or more ol these  areas. Contractors must receive information by lax, sel up  appointmonts with customers, pick up refrigerators Irom homes  in the contracted district, and transport the collected units to a  central dismantling facility on Annacis Island.  Rates will be paid on a per Iridge basis.  For program specif icatlons and tender documanta, contact  B.C. Hydro Purchasing, (63-2577 or 663-2560.  Pra-bld Inlormation meetings will be held lor interested  bidders: OCTOBER 13,1992, 4:00 pm at B.C. Hydro, 333  Dunsmuir St., Vancouver, and OCTOBER IS, 1992,10:00 ant  at B.C. Hydro, 916 Riverside Road, Abbotsford. Attendance is  recommended lor serious bidders.  Reference: 02-3360. Closing Data: 21 OCTOBER, 1992.  Details available Irom office ol B.C. Hydro Purchasing Manager,  1265 Howe Si., Suite 200, Vancouver, B.C. V6Z 2G8; 663-2577  or 663-2560. Sealed tinders clearly marked with rafarenea  number will be received In Room 221, addreea aa above,  until 11:00 am on the above closing datet.  BG hydro  SHOP  LOCALL  TODAY CmtMvsClamfieds���  886-2622  885-3930  NOTICE OF INTENT  RE: UQUOn COHTROL AND LICENSING ACT  APPUCATK3N FOR "A" LICENSED ESTABUSHMENT  Preliminary sile and applicant approval has been obtained Irom the Liquor Control and Licensing  Branch, Victoria, B.C. lor an 'A' class lounge (dub) licence lo operate on the premises situated at:  473 GOWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS, BRITISH COLUMBIA  APPLICANT: GIBSONS YACHT CLUB  An 'A' licence may be issued lo Ihe lollowing types ol establishments: hotels, resorts, clubs,  recreational centres, aircralt, trains, motor vessels, airports, Municipally and Provincially owned  cultural centres, universities and military messes. TNs class ol licence permits the service ol ait types  of liquor by the glass Initial hours ol operation, il licensed, will be limited to 14 hours per day between  900 a.m. and 2.00 a m. Monday through Saturday and the 13 hours between 11:00 a.m. and 1200  midnight on Sunday. Patron capacity, il licensed, will be limited lo 225 persons. Permission to sell  packaged liquor lor oil-premises consumption has oat been applied lor.  Residents and businesses localed within a .8 kilometre t% mile) radius of the proposed sile are  requested lo register iny comments by writing to:  THE GENERAL MANAGER  C/O SENIOR LIQUOR INSPECTOR  LIQUOR CONTROL AND LICENSING BRANCH  1217-1899 WILLINGDON AVENUE  BURNABY. BRITISH COLUMBIA  VSC5T1  Existing licensers localed within a 1.8 kilometre |1 mile) radius may also register their comments by  writing to Ihe above address.  TO ENSURE THE CONSIDERATION OF YOUR OPINION IN A TIMELY MANNER, COMMENTS  MUST BE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE 29 OCTOBER 1992  PLEASE NOTE THAT YOUR COMMENTS MAY BE MADE AVAILABLE TO THE APPLICANT OR  LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS WHERE DISCLOSURE IS NECESSARY TO ADMINISTER THE  LICENSING PROCESS  NOTICE OF APPLICATION  for Licence of Occupation  Take notice thai RS. Nield and JC Nield ol P.O. Box 4062, Vancouver B.C.  FotesiWSecretary intend to apply lot occupation ol the following described land:  unsutveyed loreskxe fronting lot C Rel Plan 924 Dt 1397 in Pender Harbour. The  foreshore would be as follows: Commencing at Post planted al 5 metres E ond 3 metres  S of the sutvey post (IP) on the S W corner of Parcel C, Ref Plan 924, D.l. 1397, GPI,  NWD, thence 42 metres S; thence 14 metres E; thence 42 metres N, thence 14 metres  W along llie shoreline and containing 588 square metres, more or less,  Ihe purpose for the licence ol Occupation is to allow lor private moorage facilities, Comments  concerning this application may be made to R Webber, the Senior land Officer, Suite 401,  4603 Kingsway, Bumaty, B.C. V5H 4M4 and quote file No 2405488.  nm* iqw��n i   *,  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  Constable Mark Jackson tells  a group of Navy League Cadels  that drug problems "start out  with cigarettes, then beer, then  pot, then harder substances like  coke, PCP and heroin. Tobacco, there's a bad drug; everyone  lakes il even though they know  it kills Ihem."  Clarence Joe, who has had  heart trouble for several years,  died while on a hunting trip. He  is sadly missed by many relatives and friends.  10 YEARS AGO  Ferry service to Ihe Sunshine  Coast from Horseshoe Bay is  reduced in spile of formal  protests from elected representatives of Ihe area.  Residents are still protesting  Ihe SCRD's decision lo lease  space al Ihe Royal Terraces in  Sechelt.  15 YE/VRS AGO  At least 11 people in Ihree  different households in Ihe  Davis Bay area report seeing  unidentified flying objects hovering over the Trail Islands in  Trail Bay.  The regional board hears  conflicting views aboul Ihe use  of motor boats on Ruby Lake.  Ralph, the pet deer which  belonged to Ihe Danroths on  King Road, can be seen in his  new career in show business on  the Grizzly Adams television  series.  25 YEARS AGO  This week's display of the  Sunshine Coast harvest includes  a 17-ounce apple; a pear weighing one and a half pounds; a 100  pound squash; and a IS and a  half pound cabbage.  35 YEARS AGO  The first plane lo land at the  Gibsons/Sechelt Municipal Airport is a Fleet Canuck belonging  to Westview Logging operator  Ray Brett, who was at the controls. The landing and subsequent takeoff were accomplished smoothly despite the  nature of the runway.  1  1  ,^^$^$-^$$$$^$$^$$$$$^0  FOR SALE  One of a kind Crane Service  8 ton & 15 Ion ��� 5 trailers  All Equipment Sound  886-7028  Garry's Crane Service  mmmmmmmmmiLl  Save 20%  on Top of the Line  FEATURING:  Regal Aqua Glo Latex  Regal Aqua Velvet Eggshell  Regal Aqua Pearl  Satin Impervo Alkyd Finish  I!  l\lo quantity limit  Riiin chocks available  SALE ENDS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16TH  We will be CLOSED SATURDAY, OCT. 10th for the Thenksgiving holiday  Ephemera  CHANNEL  ELEVEN  Tuesday, Ocl 6,1992 7:00pm  Talk to Your Ijjcal  Government  8:00pm  Arts Update  8:30pm  A Small Recital for Voice,  Flute & Guitar  Wed., Oct 7,1992 7:00pm  Society's Changing Altitudes  Towards Animals  8:00pm  Early Childhood Kducalion at  Capilano College  8:.M)pm  Coast Profiles...  Gilbert Joe  Thursday, Oct 8,1992 7:00pm  Parliamentary Talkhack on  Canada's Constitution  8:30pm  Aits Council 2nd Annual Art  Auction  Schedule Courtesy ol  SOUTH COAST FORI)  885-3281  Coast News, October 5, 1992  TIDE TAB!  21  MON TIME HT FT  6:20      58  5    2 05     14 0  MO    830      9.7  FBI TiME ht ft  4 00 124  9    I SO 7 3  FR     400 137  1030 60  TUE5TIME HT FT  12:45 11.1  6    7:25 6.2  TU    2 45 13.9  9:05 8.9  SA1  1IME HT FT  4 45  10 10 30  SA 420  11 00  130  78  136  5 1  WED TIME HT FT  'HURSTXE HT FT  2:10  6:25  3:15  9:35  11.4  6.5  13 9  79  SUN TIME HT FT  530  11 05  4 40  11.25  13.4  84  136  43  3 10 119  8     9 10 69  TH    3 40 13 8  1005 7.0  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson     ������-��->*-"*����-���  Pacific Standard Tlma "'       *" """ *""  i totMClitl otftW  We Soil Newsprint  f       Roll Ends  VartouaalnatorSSandttO.ach  ��� In Qlbaona mt 337 Crvtcm Lana  ��� In Sach.rt al tsit Ctmrea at  l  The CAT PACK is here! re  It  ___*,  J��L  Our entire inventory  'of Cat 400 Backhoe  1 Loaders has to go. That  means unbeatable CAT PACK  value for you. We've packed on  the extras, slashed the prices,  and thrown in the chance  at a Hawaiian vacation for two at  Pro Bowl time.  Owning a Cat has never been  easier. Just $61,900 for a 416  with all the extras. Plus  your name goes in the  draw for two tickets to Hawaii  {'See your Finning Cenlre lor details)  But hurry. Offer ends December  31,1992. The CAT PACK.  Finning, you can count on us.  Clearance sale ol fully-loaded  Series 400 Backhoe  Loaders  .w  NIMBLE Stl  tlRPOSE  ONE LUCKY  PURCHASER  WILL WIN A  ; VACATION  Ai   -^ FOR mo IN  ~,     ������HAWAII  itpfh  24-WQGIWalUCKET  ��''QLEANUPkutKET  ICWKjK COOLER j'  FOUR^EELORIVE '���  i^liyaYJo GUARANTEE; f  nittmmimiii  |   MAINTENANCE Is  WtEtflNHAWAlitiRAto'  '  I '  Il  FINNING Ej  Count On Us  Thanks to You...  If  DeVRIES IS #1  IN CANADA  That's what the folks at MOHAWK CARPET say.  During the month of August we introduced  MOHAWK CARPET to the Sunshine Coast, and  due to your overwhelming response we sold more  MOHAWK CARPET than any  other outlet in Canada.  DeVRIES... The home of  Volume Buying -  where the Savings are  passed on to You.  �� ��  We say  "THANK YOU" for  your continued support.  - The Management & Staff at  m^_i  ?$tfS0.  "Rolling out more for your money"  MAKING HOMES BEAUTIFUL FOR 35 YEARS  709 Sunshine Coast Hwy., Gibsons ��� Hours: Mon. - Sat. 9 - 5 ��� 886-7112  L-.  ���'���-��� ~ -<- 22  Coast News, Octobers 1-*-*^  mmBmrffi  RED HOr  SAVING^  aW  *m  IB  \r i  \_  EACH  RIG 3.99  ^������/  Xw-    ...^  y_0& ���  ^__ sricK  OURMET PANS  . too*  tatter  ���JS^  ��� Plastic Bath Tumbler Set  ��� 3piece Plastic Mixing BowlSet\  MO 11  ��� Pkg qf 2 Copper Scour Path  ��� Pkg qf 3 Dishcloth  ��� Cast/Bottle Opener  ��� WoodbantBedPastry Brush  ��� 3 piece Measuring Spoon Set  ��� Supersets! Round Foodsaner  ��� Superseal Square Sandwich Saver  ��� lb oz Plastic Measuring Cup  ��� Super Bowls  ��� Troll Place Mats  ��� Dust Pan  ��� 3 piece Wooden Spoon Set  ' 12"Bamboo Skewers (set)  ��� Assorted Hair Accessories  ��� Pro Sbine_fiarrUy Keylite  LAm*^��aZmm  I PACK  OF  ��� Turkey Size Serting Plotter  ��� mastic Stepping Stool  ' Garrity PowerUte Flashlight  u'Batteries  "^��*5&  j^^.^^ Hastjp,  W. ���**������*���-'^'  To -��j  u  20 PC  SET  . rob***"*  pans  (fott)  Tf!oO**"*r'  " Ke*er/Pii  "icH.  -per  J   J  r.j  PHARMASAVE       Trail Bay Mall Sechelt 885-9833

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