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Array inside  THE SUNSHINE  editorial  page 4  community  page 5  notice board  page 9  leisure  page 10  SPCA News  page 14  sports  page 14  business  page 15  classified  page 17  ^*% THE SUNSHINE-  Coast  WHEN THE  LOCALS  EAT LOCAL  I Overlooking the Harbour  | Gibsons, B.C.  886-2268  !.i  &  50c per copy on news stands  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  October 21,1991   Volume 45   Issue 42  Another  sludge  disposal  site  Rose   Nicholson  The problem of a disposal site  for sludge from the sewage  treatment plant in Sechelt may  be finally solved.  At a meeting of Ihe Sewage  Treatment Facilities  Commission last week Sig  Lehman of the Regional District  Public Works department told  commission members another  site has been found adjacent to  Sechelt Indian Band lands near  the land fill site in* Sechelt.  The need for the new site came  about when Sechelt Aggregates  objected thai a previously chosen  site would interfere with future  gravel extraction plans.  Sechelt Aggregates presently  holds a lease on the Crown  property and the Commission  was told ihere should be no  problem securing a sub-lease.  Deadline for provincial grants  for Ihe project is April of nexl  year, but Mike Phelan of Ihe  Regional District said an extension would be possible.  Sechell Alderman Bob Wilson  told Commission members thai  once the sludge disposal problems are solved, expansion of  the treatment plant is critical.  "Expansion is of prime importance," he said."The plant is  running at ISO percent capacity  now."  There was also a lengthy discussion on a sewage hookup for  the five-bay car wash presently  being installed at the Petro-Can  station near the hospital. The  company would like to link inlo  the hospital's sewage collection  line and Lehman said there  would be no problem with the  capacity of the line, but there  was some concern on the nature  of the effluent which would be  going into the treatment plant.  It was noted that both the  District of Sechelt and the Indian  Government District have bylaws in place which govern the  composition of effluent, and a  copy of the bylaw should be sent  to Petro-Can.  The Hayes family had their deck stripped off the side of their house during an early morning coffeebreak.  High winds pummel Sunshine Coast  The first storm of the season pummelled the Coast with  90km-plus windgusts at daybreak last Wednesday creating  havoc in its wake. Trees were uprooted, cars damaged and  boats overturned.  "It may have been a short one but it was a dandy," says BC  Hydro District Manager Wayne Turner.  Toppled trees knocked out six of eight main electrical  feeders on the Sunshine Coast, pulling the plug on power and  telephone service.  Twenty-odd trees fell in a one kilometer stretch of the Port  Melon highway until RCMP and Capilano Highways workers  could free them.  BC Ferry's Dogwood Princess went to the rescue of a man  clinging fo a log raft in Howe Soum' after his boat capsized...  The Camp Elphinstone worker was trying to save a docking  raft tearing away from its moorings.  Gibsons RCMP and fire department personnel had a frantic  three to four hour rush on calls. Fire crews responded to 11  tree damage related calls. Power lines held most trees back  from the main route of Highway 101, but North Road had two  full-size blockages.  Sechelt RCMP, however, say they had a relatively quiet  morning, reporting no storm related calls.  One house in West Sechelt took a direct hit.  For all the fury, no serious injuries were reported.  BC Hydro brought in two crews from Vancouver and one  from Powell River to aid its own operations, bringing the  largest service lines on first before touching up the loose ends.  As of Thursday afternoon, Gambier and Keats Island were still  without power.  _ Hydro manager Wayne Turner, gives a lot of credit to  Capilano Highways in the synchronized event. Highways went  ahead of BC Hydro crews, followed by BC Tel in Ihe initial  operation.  For some vehicles it was a tight squeeze getting around some  blockages such as this one at North Road. Power lines were  diagonally down, leaving scant feet, even inches for clearance.  Public  input  sought  Scientists meet on  Bowen Island to  discuss Howe Sound  The first Howe Sound  Environmental Science  Workshop, which was held  Oct. 2 on Bowen Island, reflects  a new approach to research and  information sharing. The objective is to britiy together a number of scientific disciplines to  focus on a single environmental  concern - specifically, the Howe  Sound watershed.  Its organizers were drawn  from the ranks of environmentally concerned federal and  provincial agencies, the  University of British Columbia  and the West Coast  Environmental Law Society.  Aboul 70 scientists, representatives of environmental groups,  local government and industry,  were invited to attend.  The focus of discussion was  the impact human activity has  had - and will continue to have -  on the ecosystem of the Howe  Sound watershed, which is representative of much of southern  coastal British Columbia.  Within the watershed boundaries  are the communities of Gibsons,  Horseshoe Bay, Squamish and  Whistler; pulp mills at Port  Mellon and Woodfibre; a major  port facility and industrial area at  Squamish,; llie Sea-to-Sky  Highway corridor; the abandoned  Britannia mine; the Daisy Lake  dam on the Cheakamus River;  and active foresl harvesting.  Heavy recreational use of the  area also contribulues to considerable stress on the ecosystem.  Some of the concerns expressed were: damage caused to  the marine ecosystem by discharge of effluent Irom ihe two  pulp mills and metal-rich effluent from the abandoned Britannia  mine; loss of critical natural  habitat in ihe Squamish River  estuary for juvenile salmon and  other species; the sharp decline  Continued on page 3  Wilson sweeps riding  Liberal 'party' volunteers worked all day then cheered all night  The Socred camp had little to cheer about.  Sitting on the edge of their  seats in Sechelt last Thursday  evening, New Democrat and  Social Credit campaign workers  expressed mild, anti-climactic  surprise when Gordon Wilson  ran away with the riding of  McKenzie.  Locally, Wilson cleaned up in  his bid for the Powell  River/Sunshine Coast seat wilh  over five limes the votes received by Socred incumbent  Harold Long and 4100 votes  over NDP Howard While.  Provincially, the 51 seal victory of the NDP's was a bittersweet triumph for White. When  the local tally added up to second  place, he lold his workers "we  may have losl ihe bailie but we  won the war."  A small group of Socred supporters gathered at a third floor  Teredo Square office and were  told, via telephone, by Long to  look ahead to Ihe nexl election.  A record number / voters  lumed out to cast their ballots in  Ihis constituency. Of people registered on the voters list, 20,369  or 8. percent exercised Iheir  right.  By midday, election day,  polling officers and workers were  scrambling to shuffle surplus  ballots from low turnout stations to busier ones. Returning  officer, Mike Baldigara estimated  50 percent of the vote came in  during the first half of the day  and wis anticipating close to 90  local Liberal leader to  head the official  opposition  percent turnout.  Between Egmont and  Gambier Island 10,092 of the  almost 13,000 electorate voted.  The final tally showed  Wilson cleaning up with  11,141; While trailing with  6,949, and Long straggling with  2,059 voles. The Green Party's  Janel Calder mustered 157 votes  and Independent Lyn Jacob drew  63.  On the Lower Sunshine  Coast (Egmont to Gambier) the  breakdown was similar: Wilson -  5.982; White - 3,136; Long -  867; Calder - 86, and Jacob - 21.  A jubilant Gordon Wilson  told ihe media, Thursday night,  he intends to form 'constructive  opposition' in the Legislative  Assembly.  Howard  White takes  second-place  with a grain  of salt. I tl>IM I .l'W_,   ...H-ll--   -.1,   I'l'fl  Dream on  and prosper  Shofar-Shogud never ceases  lo astound me. After a lime-  crunching call from the peripatetic psychic (supposedly  placed from a riekely-pshaw  phone cubicle on the tarmac of  Tokyo International) some three  weeks ago, he called again on  election eve - collect.  As his best friend and some-  lime collaborator, I never be*  grudge or regret the drain on our  family fortune; despiie the fact  that, last year alone, Shofar-  Shogud ("Shofe" to his intimates) racked up in excess of  (expletive deleted) dollars ($US)  in clandestine phone-ins from  Ihe realm of the not-quite real. I  fork the loonies over lovingly  I'm a sucker for his forensic adventures Always have been, The  guy is a monster of metaphor.  "I think in the pasl I live in  Ihe future. I nel in Ihe present.  Bui I experience in the here and  now."  Tlie words were muffled and  cracked with static I strained to  decode what sounded like transoceanic gibberish. The voice was  thai of an old woman, but her  energy was lhat of timeless passion and absolute certainty  Shofar Shogud's casselte recorder  reeked and resonated with the  purest distillation of Foregone  Conclusion.  Usually laid hack and laconic,  Shofar-Shogud was literally lie-  side himself. This split might  have proved physically taxing  lor some, but nol Shofe He  thrives on ihe complexity and  multiplicity of sensory and pan-  sensory input, can't gel enough  of thai non-tangible stuff called  Real Life.  "Alright, new level, Jan  Michael Jesierjerk! Malay Dyak  thinks in the Past - noi figuratively or iii her memory, hut actually! This gives her all the  lime in llie world to work oul  what's what without having to  rob her presenl self for a  moment."  Shofar-Shogud came up for  air and I popped the burning  question  "Hey. Shofe? How  come you're playing me a tape  of a Senoi dream shaman you interviewed yesterday in Malaysia,  but the operator tells me you're  calling from Terre Haute,  Indiana? What's in Indiana Ih*  sides the single polished stone  uncannily resembling a sea slug  marking the exact s|h.i where  Dan Quayle realized he was bom  to greatness'1"  "Quayle's sea slug feeds the  factories of flight, and don't you  forgel it!"  Right again, Shofe Quayle is  for the birds, literally. "Right.  Shofe 1 get it."  "Yeah, but you don't gel il.  Jan Michael Quayle is perfect  Break-ins  Mayor Nancy MacLarty told Council she had discussed  Ihe recent rash of break-ins with the RCMP and the principal  of Chatelech Secondary School.  "It's obviously not the work of professionals," she  commented, noting that little was stolen, though beer bottles were left behind in some cases.  She said a committee will be talking with Sechelt businesses about establishing a downtown patrol.  Cartoon cop  Parks Chairman Jeremy frith has suggested that a cartoon character named 'Nosey Parker' could be a way to  develop a sense of ownership for public parks among school  children and offset problems of vandalism.  "We should encourage kids to get involved and let them  know they own the parks," he said. "Ultimately it could mean  we spend less money on repairing vandalism."  FROM THE HIP  J.M. Sherman  Home Support Week,  six years worth celebrating  You're perfect, I'm perfect. But  perfect isn't a goal, it's an ideal,  an attitude." 1 could feel Shofe  gro|H* for associative ground  "Look, it's like this  Intimations of Eternity - which  is a time zone all ils own - can  only Ik* obtained while consciously observing and participating in one's dreams. You get  the stuff you came for, wake up  and integrate il inlo vour normal  life."  Shofe giggled, and 1 heard  him sucking wind as lie eased  his jeans back up over his love  handles.  "Rut Malay Dyak is no genius as far as thai goes, Jan  Michael Shaman though she is,  she's not doing anything extraordinary All the Senois interact  with their dreams. It's the key lo  their culture, which has been the  mosl healthy and democratic on  ihis planet since man started  dreaming."  1 thought Man had been born  dreaming! But I lei it go, given  lhal discussing points of fact  with Shofe was like retaining  Ihe services of a shrink and then  asking her lo talk aboul her  problems.  "So what's Ihe skinny.  Shofe? What makes ihis ancient  Shaman so special? Special  enough for you to lly hallway  round the world to meet'.'"  "Only one thing, Jan  Michael Community synthesis.  Malay Dyak dreams ihe dreams  of all her people while dwelling  in Eternal Time. Then, after  communing with her fellow  shamans during their regular  morning nance times, kicking  the old dream ball around in Iheir  collective unconscious, so to  s|H*ak. Malay Dyak's dream interpretations and forecastings are  relayed lo all the Senois by  shamanic messengers."  While trying to digest Shofe's  dialogue. I shifted from the sublime to the ridiculous, 1 asked  where he was slaying in Terre  Haute The phone line began approximating an orchestra of bees  on high buzz.  "In the Dream Inn." he  laughed 'Room comes with cable and dish "  Then the line went dead.  The Sunshine Coast Home  Support Society will Ire celebrating Home Support Week Oct.  20-26. This is the community's  opportunity to recognize Ihe  commitment of staff and volunteers who provide home support  care seven days a week, from  Port Mellon to Egmont. Home  Siip|xin services primarily assist  the elders in our communily lo  remain in iheir home environments and to maintain a healthy  lifestyle.  Home Support Week has  been proclaimed federally by  HomeSupport Canada, and  provincially by the BC  Association of Community  Care, and Lieutenant Governor  David Lam.  The Homemaker Service began on the Sunshine Coast in  the 1960's as a volunteer service.  From 1974 to 1987 it was under the umbrella of the Sunshine  Coast Community Services  Society.  In 1987, the Sunshine Coast  Home Support Sociely was established as a non-profit organization. Tlie services provided are  Home Support, Adull Day Care,  Meals on Wheels and Hospice.  The sociely provides service  to more lhan 420 clients each  month and has approximately  100 employees and volunteers.  There are ten members on the  Thanks .rehire a well-deserved meal. Hume Support workers gather al SI. John's United Church at Davis Hav,  del. IA, Iu celebrate 12;rears of service (u Ihe elderly on Ihe Sunshine Coast. i  Board of Directors. More than  75% of the cost of home support  service (after income lax and  benefits) is returned lo the economy of the community in wages  lo employees and rental and  maintenance costs.  Out of every dollar, $.75 goes  to Home Support Worker wages  and benelils; $.21 goes toward  supervision! training and administration; and $.04 covers such  items as rent, hydro, telephone  and supplies.  The Sunshine Coast Home  Support Society is grateful lo  the many groups and individuals  who make financial contributions to the society.  The Hospice Program is entirely dependent upon community donalions. Trained volunteer  visitors give support lo individuals and families who are grieving or have a family member  wilh a life-threatening illness.  The Meals on Wheels program is largely dependent upon  donations. Volunteers deliver hot  meals three times a week lo ill,  disabled and convalescing adults.  The Sociely as a whole requires funds for program development, training and support of  employees, and volunteers for all  its programs. The Sociely issues  official receipts for income tax  purposes,  For more information about  the Sunshine Coast Home  Support Society, phone 885-  5144  Recognition for support workers  iii   Rose  Nicholson  Dorothy Bone is 96 years old,  and she lives comfortably in her  own home in Gibsons, among  the familiar things she has collected over her long, busy life.  Home Support worker  Marilynn Green has been visiting her regularly for the past  three years to help with things  like laundry and house cleaning,  cooking and shopping, and Ihe  occasional visit to the doctor.  This is Home Support Week,  but every day a small army of  dedicated Home Support worker-  like Marilynn visit clients all  over the Coast and do the things  which make it possible for people to stay in their homes.  Sometimes this is a short  term thing, when a young  mother just home from hospital  gets some help with a new baby  and the one or two toddlers  which take up so much time and  energy.  Other times, it enables a patient to convalesce in the comfort of home after a hospital  stay.  Often, it's a long term thing,  and client and Home Support  worker develop a close friendship. This has happened wilh  Dorothy and Marilynn, and, as  Home support rated tops by clients  A recent evaluation of the  Sunshine Coast Home Support  Sociely was very positive, and  commended the employees, volunteers and administrators. The  comprehensive evaluation gathered data from over 140 interviews with clients and from  questionnaires distributed to employees, administrators and  Board members.  All involved agreed that the  services were very worthwhile  and the employees and volunteers in all programs were  praised by the people they served  for their caring attitude.  On Ihe whole, the clients expressed pleasure with the job being done by Ihe Home Support  Workers. There was repeated  emphasis on the impaci the  work has on the quality of the  clients' lives. Many said ihey  couldn't live without it; that is,  ihey would not be able to remain  in their homes without it.  The emotional support provided by the workers was also  frequently mentioned and seen as  a major component of the service. Eighty-seven percent of the  clients said the companionship  was important to them, and were  also pleased with the overall administration and organization of  ihe Home Support Society, as it  affected them.  The Adult Day Care clients  said they were happy with the  program they were receiving at  Kirkland Centre. They particularly enjoyed the positive interaction they had with other  clients and program staff  The meals they received were  rated as heing very good, varied  and tasty, and it was stated lhat  the  cook  was  helpful  wilh  Sunshine Coast Home Support office staff: (I to r) Martha Scales, Judy  Fitzgerald, Judy Boiall, Marlene Doran aid (foreground) Kathy  Nfedham. Missing art Mary PtKtulski. Carol Bishop. Ngaire t.ilmort  and Yonnie Ko. ��k. JM MntaM ****,  clients on special diets.  They rated ihe staff highly,  maintaining they are very easy  to get along wilh, well-trained,  and clearly aware of the needs  and requirements of the job.  The Meals on Wheels clients  also praised the service being offered, and were positive about  the volunteers. The service appears to be filling an important  need for people who are convalescing or who, for some other  reason, are having difficulty  preparing their food. Over 80  percent of the clients were satisfied with all aspects of the  meals.  In general, when respondents  lo the interviews and questionnaires were asked about opportunities for expanding or improving Ihe services of the Home  Support Society, they most often made suggestions aboul increasing the range of services.  Developing a picture of the potential need for different services  will require that the society undertake a scan of the social, economic, political, technological  and demographic environment  and, from diat, identify areas for  a more intensive needs  assessment.  The evaluation was coordinated by Dr. Norm Gleadow of  N.E. Gleadow and Associates, a  Program Evaluation and  Research firm here on the  Sunshine Coast.  Dorothy told this Coast News  reporter, "she knows more about  me than I do myself."  Chatting wilh Dorothy, it's  easy lo understand why ihis sort  of relationship can develop. She  was a 'working girl' until her retirement twenty years ago when  she came to live in Gibsons. A  small and spunky woman, she  tells of leaving London when  she was very young.  "I'm a true Cockney," she  said. "I was born within sound  of Bow Bells. I got fed up wilh  England and I came all alone (to  Canada). I came steerage to save  money. But I cried my eyes out  when I saw the shores of  England disappear.  "I had a good job directly I  got here," she said. "I was the  linen buyer for Spencers for  years. They had stores in  Vancouver, Chilliwack,  Nanaimo and Victoria, and I used  to buy for the whole shebang.  "I enjoyed it, I knew my  work so well. Sometimes the  prices came in Indian rupees and  some lime in pounds, shilling  and pence, and you had to know  whal the value was, and I could  bring it all lo dollars in my  head."  When asked if she had a family of grown up children, she  replied, "Oh no, I didn't gel married 'til I was 86. I had such a  good job I didn't want to get  married. In those days, you  couldn't keep a job if you were  married."  The friendship between  Marilynn and Dorothy includes  other members of Marilynn.  family. Her daughter April and  Dorothy share a birthday, eighty  six years apart, and a snapshot of  the Iwo reminds one of a family  pholo.  The Home Support Sociely  provides a variety of other services to over 420 clients on the  Sunshine Coast. Volunteer  Hospice Workers give support lo  grieving families or those who  have a family member wilh a  life threatening illness.  Other volunteers deliver  Meals on Wheels to the home  bound, and Kirkland Centre  Adull Day Care Cenlre gives the  elderly an opportunity to get out  and socialize.  Although the Society receives  some government funding, a  good percentage of their work  depends on private donations.  A banquet was held on  October 16 lo honour these dedicated workers, wilh special  recognition going lo several for  long lime service. Coast News, October 21, 1991  __________!  , '��*"'-,'-'i*99______________H  &_iM8l  *���**   �� fliW  '   fl  '    *, ___��� ^M__^    ��� *?*.*      * ��� lrfij(_i  The Howe Sound watershed was the subject of a scientific conference on Bowen Island  earlier this month. Information about Ihe conference will be available to the public at a  day long open house and an evening panel discussion at Elphinstone Secondary School  on  Tuesday,  October  22.  Scientists meet on Bowen Island  Continued from page I  of some salmon slocks in the  Squamish River; algal growth in  the Cheakamus River due to  sewage effluent discharge from  Whistler municipality; potential  damage to salmon spawning  habitat caused by sediment erosion from old logging roads; and  loss of natural foresl habilal due  to logging in (he lower valleys  of the Squamish and Mamquam  river systems.  A strong commitment was  expressed by participants of the  workshop lo develop stronger  links among environmentally  concerned groups     through,  among other things, coordinated  scientific research, meetings and  newsletters. A decision was  made to form a Scientific  Advisory Group for the Howe  Sound watershed to promote  these objectives.  Five public meetings, the  theme of which will be "How  Sound is Howe Sound?" represent the second phase in this  projeci. They will be held in watershed communities and in  Vancouver.  Each public meeting will  consist of an Information Fair  during the day (10 am-6 pm) followed by a scientific Panel  Discussion in the evening (7:30-  9:30 pm). The information fairs  will act as a clearing house of  information through the use of  displays, booths, models, hands-  on materials, videos and  pamphlets.  During the evening sessions,  a panel of scientists will present  their views. The public will be  welcome to question the panel  and contribute their own knowledge of Ihe Howe Sound watershed and their concerns about it.  The first of these meetings  will be held Tuesday Oct. 22, at  Elphinstone High School in  Gibsons.  Gibsons building charges up  Gibsons council has voted to  increase development cost  charges from between $1800 and  $1900 per unit to $5384 per unit  and they're anxious to apply the  increase as soon as possible. At  last week's council meeting, aldermen gave first second and  third reading to Bylaw 363-2,  which must lie approved by the  Inspector of Municipalities before it receives fourth reading and  final adoption.  Mayor Eric Small suggested,  "We can put on hold any appli  cation for a 30 day period."  But planner Rob Buchan disagreed, saying such a permitted  delay could not be done for  "...financial matters such as  this." The mayor asked Buchan  to explore, with Ihe Town's solicitors, any way the applications for building permits could  be delayed until the new charges  could be applied.  "It's certainly the intent of  this council," said Small,  "having reached the conclusion  that  our  development  cost  :....:..-::  charges are much too low, lhat  they should be applied as soon  as possible. I wouldn't be too  happy lo see a number (of developments) sneaking under the  wire."  "For application purposes,"  explained Buchan, "any application received up until the final  adoption of the new bylaw, must  he dealt wjth under the existing  bylaw."  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They were down only three days  each, and now we're back up  again."  He said HSPP is suffering the  same poor market conditions as  other mills in the province "but  because we're on a start-up curve  on our new operation and have  to meet that curve, we have a  different agenda than most of the  other mills.  "We do take ourselves down  to   adjust   our   inventory.  Everyone's mak.ng pulp, and no  one's buying, consequently the  warehouse is lull."  Pulp production at HSPP is  aimed at the demanding Japanese  market, and Foglietla said constant adjustments are being made  to reach the necessary high  standards.  "It's been a big challenge to  us," he said. "We've shipped pilot orders. We expect eventually  over 90 percent of our product  will go to Japan."  Break-ins plague Sechelt Info Centre  Sechelt merchants are again  being plagued by a series of  break-ins. Lasl Tuesday, employees at the Sechelt Info  Cenlre arrived at work to find Ihe  place vandalized for Ihe fourth  lime in eight months.  Corp. Tom Arnett of the  Sechelt RCMP. detachment  lold the Coasl News lhat there  were several break-ins al both  private residences and business  establishments on the nights of  Oct. 15 and 15. Among those  hit were J & L Outfitters,  Talewind Books and Trail Bay  Sports.  Info Centre manager Ann  Kershaw told the Coast News  that the R.C.M.P. have suggested the Chamber install bars  on the windows of the building.  "If they want the Info Centre  barred up, we may as well close  our doors," she said.  Dave Stene, Chamber treasurer and director, agreed.  "I personally think that having bars on the Info Centre  would be a bit of a disaster," he  said.  Last year at this time, a series  of break-ins prompted the  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce  to discuss the possibility of retaining the services of a private  security firm. Public meetings  were held and a survey was conducted to establish the viability  of such an option.  A questionnaire sent out lo  every holder of a business licence in Ihe area brought mixed  responses. Stene said il became  apparent that it was primarily  businesses in the "Village Core"  which were concerned about Ihe  break-ins. The Chamber is now  drafting a new proposal lhat will  fbcua on that area.  "We recognize Uteres a need  here and we'd like to address it,"  he said.  Corp. Arnett said the investigations are ongoing.  Get Results  With Coast News Advertising  "Since switching my advertising to the Coast News my  telephone calls have increased dramatically; and my cost  per response has gone way, way down."  "Better yet," says Steve, "I can pass these savings on  to my customers."   signed Stephen Virag  Stephan Virag  and his select crew at  Contour Design Ltd. are  quickly establishing a  reputation. They are  known for quality ceramic  tile, floor coverings and  blinds installation...  Done Right The  First Time.  Advertising should  not be bought on the basis of  price alone - Consider image and results -  Talk to the professionals at...  C6m  Gibsons: 886-2622  Gibsons Fax: 886-7725  Sechelt: 885-3930  Sechelt Fax: 885-3954 Coast News, October 21, 1991  opinion  Honesty could  prevent conflict  It's wonderful to see the way that Rockwood Centre  continues to grow and improve. This beautiful  centrepiece in Sechelt is becoming a cultural facility of  increasing charm.  Thousands of hours of volunteer work have been  donated to the construction and landscaping of the  annex and the pavilion. Tens of thousands of dollars in  donations and materials have been contributed by  individuals and businesses. It is a growing monument  to the cooperative spirit of the people of Sechelt.  There is only one, nasty little rotten apple in this  barrel of civic spirit. That is the unreconciled conflict  with neighbouring residents, specifically Mrs. Billie  Steele.  When the Festival of the Written Arts first proposed  the pavilion, Mrs. Steele protested that the facility was  being placed, contrary to required setbacks as specified  in Sechelt's bylaws, almost on her front door step.  She also pointed out a lack of parking facilities and a  real problem she anticipated with noise during public  functions.  The council of the day approved the building. A  variance permit was issued to address the setback  problems. Then they looked at the parking and noise  problems.  The Festival wanted the pavilion. Rockwood Centre  wanted the pavilion. And members of council liked the  cultural ambiance the whole thing was giving Sechelt.  Mrs. Steele's protests were addressed by promising  that the facility would only be used during the month s  of July and August, allowing patrons to utilize parking  facilities at two nearby schools.  Her concerns about unwanted performances  occurring virtually in her front yard, were ignored.  After all, it was only going to be used for two months  of the year, primarily by the Festival of the Written  Arts.  There were, at the time, council members who voted  against the proposal, maintaining that once the facility  was built there would be an increasing demand for its  use and inevitably the two month restriction would be  removed.  As predicted, last year, council was approached by  the Festival to lift the restriction, with pressure being  brought to bear by members of the community, the  Festival and Rockwood Society. After much debate  among council members and threats of legal action by  Mrs. Steele, the restriction stayed but special  permission was granted for Chatelech to conduct  graduation ceremonies in the pavilion at the end of  June.  Now the Music Society is building an orchestra pit,  again with volunteer labour and the support of the  community. How much longer can one elderly woman,  one of the pioneers of this area, hold the municipal  district to their word?  Why does Sechelt council continue to allow the  facility to expand its uses while refusing to forthrightly  deal with the conflict?  Mrs. Steele's problems need to be addressed  honestly, and without the evasive tactics that were used  prior to constructing the pavilion. That may also cost  taxpayers some money. But the evasive manipulations  employed by council to date do a disservice to the  Festival. Rockwood Centre, Mrs. Steele and the many  volunteers who continue to pour their efforts and  money into a facility that is doomed to become the  centre of controversy before long.  THe New CONSTITUTION  ���M_l^-B ���������  _^  IF IT WORKS.  joisaioioiiiww  nmiKRiHEff   f  CHNAM RESIS MYW  mm/to.�� x,^  mlWlOACL T*f  V  IF IT  $#  If WAS ALL HIS  IMA!  m   r  .  \i___.|if_r-t  ._..__, i.  __*-:-y  letters to the editor  Great service  We would like lo express our  appreciation to the Gibsons bus  for stopping for us on Saturday,  Oct 12 Although we were on  the wrong side of the road and  the ferry traffic was heavy, the  young woman driver waited for  us to gel across the road, and  greeted us very warmly.  We had to be in upper  Gibsons that evening and would  have lu*en late if not for (he bus  taking the time to wait for us.  We use the bus quite often and  are very grateful for the service  and, in fact, would like to see if  expanded. i  Brenda and John Mantor'  Warning !  F. Konapasek is quite right in  saying that Redrooffs Road is  becoming increasingly dangerous.  Several days ago. just at dusk,  three friends and I were in a vehicle heading south on Redrooffs  Road just past the intersection  with Fawn Road A blue  Corvette came around a corner  on our side of the road, at an extremely high rate of speed and  with only park lights showing.  The driver of our vehicle has  excellent reflexes, to which I believe we owe our lives. She was  able to swerve onto Ihe shoulder  and so miss the speeding  Corvette.  This may be the same blue  Corvette that has been seen on  more than one occasion in local  ditches. If the corvette driver is  able to read, and is so inclined, I  hope he takes this letter as fair  warning that many people are  aware of his dangerous, anti-social driving behavior and are  watching him, ready to take his  licence number and to press  charges should he endanger them  again.  It is only a matter of lime before he is caught and turned in lo  the RCMP  Let's hope that this happens  before someone other than he is  killed.  J A Gill  Hold growth  When are we going lo get the  point? We can't stand in ihe sun  unless girded like warriors.  Trying to move through the  streets of our communities is often like trying lo draw breath  Ihrough a clogged nostril. The  foresl is vanishing from Ihe  sides of our highway, replaced  by the God-awful visual wasteland that makes Surrey a place to  get ihrough and out of.  Now we citizens of the rain  forest can't drink our water, and a  local politico says, "When you  say 'no more development' you  send a shock wave Ihrough Ihe  communily."  Well, the shock waves are here  and running rampant, and they  are destroying die place.  Letters welcome  The Coast News welcomes your letters  and opinions; however we reserve the  right to edit submissions for brevity,  clarity and to ensure legal propriety  under the libel laws of Canada.  more letters on  page 13  In England, 1 recently found in  place a policy allowing new  buildings only in place of old.  They have reached the poinl of  no return and see that nothing  will be left loveable in their land  unless the consciousness of  growth is replaced with that of  maintenance. If, as seems obvious, we must reach lhat point  too, why not do it now when  something of what we love  remains?  Many of us fear, and many  more know in their guts, that  the Earth is dying around us.  Sunlight and water bring death  and disease. Nothing lives without these forces human beings  once worshipped.  The political economics of  endless growth is paralleled in  nature only by cancer, and cancer  always kills its host.  Individuals can, with a change  of attitude and approach, halt the  cancers in their bodies. We, with  a change of consciousness, can  halt our own cancerous behavior.  If we don't, the Earth will surely  die and each of us and our children wilh il.  It's not just happening elsewhere. It is happening here.  Our beloved Sunshine Coast  is telling us "Hold! Enough!" Il  can't sustain any more of us. It  is turning toxic.  John Marian  A bittersweet walk down memory lane in Gibsons  I arrived back on the West Coasl to be greeted  by the hospitality of a treasured old friend of more  lhan twenty years and a full moon shining down  on English Bay in that hour before the dawn, alleged to Ire tlie darkest.  I arrived back on the Sunshine Coast in the  midst of one of the most gorgeous early fall seasons in anyone's memory. It was Mexican moun-  taintop weather: clear blue skies, beguiling  warmth wilh just a hint of refreshing coolness  But under such skies on the Sunshine Coast  stretches not the arid landscape which lies beneath  Mexican skies, but all the rich and varied plant life  of the rain forest in the season of mellow  fniitfulness'.  II was a homecoming lo be treasured 1 was  looking at my home environment with eyes which  have looked lately on all the great places of this  vast and beautiful land and the Coasl was again -  as il was when I first saw it almost thirty years  ago - one of the most blessed and bounteous places  I have ever seen.  There is a lane in Gibsons which is one of my  favourite places. It has remained so. although for  most of tlie pasl twenty years I have been a resident of Roberts Creek. Il is the little unpaved lane  which runs from the old Credit Union building,  njow heing remodelled into apartments and offices,  tO the unpaved bottom of Bals Lane.  A thousand times I have strolled along it, imag-  Musings  John Burnside  tning a Gibsons which had vanished before my arrival. A place of rural peace and loving neighbors;  a place where cows roamed at large and even one  knew the grocer's horse; a place where mischievous, warm-hearted children played and  romped, all unknowing, in Paradise  Along lhal lane, time has stood still. The an  tomobile is a rare, slow-moving and rkm-threaten-  ing happenstance The children there speak trustingly to strangers and can trust Old neighbours  pause in their pruning for leisurely and informed  chats full of wisdom and love. On either side of  the lane are the bounteous and well-loved backyards of ihe oldest pail of Gibsons.  This year, ihe oldest fruit trees on the Coast  were raining their blessings down in astonishing  profusion. In my little bedroom of my son's house  along die lane, I lay listening in the night lo the  falling pears outside his window. Crump...  crump... then "boing' as one hit the propane tank.  For diree weeks, upon my return from afar, I  walked to work along the lane, just a slow five-  minute stroll along my favourite lane in all this  world. There were Jack Inglis and Al Bergnach,  seeming lo me as timeless, familiar and welcome  as the Nonh Shore mountains themselves. They  greeted me warmly and without fuss, as neighbours do upon your return and, my but il was good  lo be home.  And if il was familiar lo this familiar newspaper person who has been a part of lhal part of the  worid for fourteen years from the nearby Coasl  News office, it was familiar, loo, to thai John  Burnside who pre-dated ihe association with Ihe  Coast's oldest newspaper.  My dear cousin Betty Duncan lived near the  lane when I first came lo visit her on my way lo  the Yukon with my wife and two-month old  daughler back in 1963. That daughter has just  made me a grandfather for (he third time; my fust  grandson.  Later, when I lived and taught in Gibsons as a  school teacher, all I loved and held dear were  within a block of that central lane. There was  Betty, now a widow wilh five young daughters,  living in the Old Manse on Seaview Road, with  me next door in a little house I loved.  "Uncle John, come quick; one of your traps has  gone off and caught a rat," the phone calls might  have said twenty years ago with a little female  cousin calling for help, now a lady with a family  of her own.  Thai little house next door: ah, Ihe memories  Utere. There, I saw much real love and wonderful  laughter, bul terrible pain, too.when my own folly  and excess led me lo disaster and despair. All these  bitter-sweet memories dripping unbidden on me  like the fruit of fall.  A block away from the lane, on the other side,  was the much-loved and well-remembered little  house of Eileen Glassford and her sister Nonie  Hill. There, I found more love, support and kindness through difficult times than any man has the  right to expect in this world.  Thai little house has gone now, destroyed by  the fire lhat took Eileen from us in 1978. Bul the  house thai has replaced il still holds Nonie Hill  and, on the sidewalk along Marine Drive, Nonie  still paces to her voluntary chores and we meet and  chat and, again, il seems lhat lime has been  defeated.  Walking along that magic lane with the last  flowers of a wonderful season blooming against  the coming frost, I can imagine I am going back  to the blessed house, now gone these thirteen  years, to the welcome that always awaited me. And  all these rememberings are bittersweet.  ii  c&mt  Tr_ Sunt*__ Cout Henri et roca-V owntd  __-Put-ll_tfo_l_tStftf__tC_-K.BC  rear, McmUy 0. Garfort Pt_- Ll- . Bci  AtK attorns. B C . VW I VO ISM' ����-_-__  TAX (��)���) ��������"!.. S-CKM Cffet.Bo- M  "stctm. a c. t-W) Ms-ano. EMM teat)  f M IKU. MS-39M  r*. S--vr. Coti; *te>. , xsoom ��,  taspynora ease rtproduaoo c- My mn eA A *.  _. "___apd-MMirtraptrn-ss-ant*.  senteta el at* MOMd '_*, GmatceA tAm* L-tf  "_-- - T. OCTVC S-OKT-IW ������_  :�����_->��-_! I-cB'.^- *a,  WO ^mnaOAumasjtaamtmmm ana  I  your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  0-_  ��   "     * Coast News, October 21, 1991  community  Ail m the Family ���  ___���_-����� Uifea Floor c ovamf TttmAj  on the Sunshine Coaal  george in gibsons  _ Kiss for a bit of blarney good luck  by George Cooper  886-8520  Former Gibsons resident,  Doreen Crosby, competing in  the national games for the visually impaired in Branlford,  Ontario, lasl Augusi, won the  gold in the singles division of  the lawn bowling event. And  then a silver medal in Ihe  doubles.  "My mother was an outstanding 5-pin bowler when she lived  here," said her daughter, Kim  Price. "She had shelves and  shelves of trophies. She qualified  for the national games when she  won Ihe gold in Kelowna Ihis  year."  Doreen, a resident of White  Rock for Ihe past eleven years,  depends upon a sighted person to  give her directions on the bowling green. She gave credit to her  director, Doreen Macintosh, of  Kelowna.  Langdale Elementary  The school newsletter relays a  special lhanks in those who have  provided materials and labor in  the planning and building of garden boxes, one for each division.  And ihe Sunshine  Achievement Centre will be  proud to know that five of their  wooden puzzles have been donated to the school's primary  classes.  Hospital   Auxiliary  The Hopkins Branch of Sl.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary has a  money-raising project underway  in the sale of books of discount  coupons, Entertainment '92,  offering up lo 50 percent reductions in the cost of a wide variety of entertainments and services. Purchase at the Gibsons  Bank of Montreal or from  Branch members.  Greeting Cards  Cards for all occasions to aid  Save the Children Fund can be  purchased at Sayward Books in  Gibsons, and in Sechelt at  Bobbie's Family Shoe Store and  The Dream Shoppe.  The cards, made of recycled  paper, are illustrated by B.C.  artists and packaged by The  Sheltered Workshop.  Gibsons Seawall Sweep  The (iibsons Rotary Club is spearheading its first annual  Seawall Sweep on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 1-4 pm, and are  encouraging students, parents and members of the  community to participate in this fall cleanup.  The goal is to manicure the seawall from Armours Beach to  Ihe Gibsons Marina, picking up debris and weeding,  Volunteers will meet at 1 pm sharp at the parking lot in the  lower village across from the waterfront park.  Bring gloves and a light gardening tool. Garbage bags, hot  chocolate, coffee and prizes for Ihe youngsters will be  provided.  REMEMBER: j  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  is better  than a  full house.  BONNIEBROOK  INDUSTRIES ltd     |  lor Stptic Tmk Pumping      .  Ask For Lucky Larry 886-7064  CAPILANO  COLLEGE  Long-Term Care  Aide Program  Information Meeting  Thursday, Oct. 24, 6 p.m.  Qualified graduates of this 15-week program  work as aides with long term care clients in  extended, intermediate, and personal care  residences. Courses combine theory and practice  in supervised classroom and practicum sellings.  Funding may be available to eligible students.  Students interested in the Spring 1992 program  must attend this information meeting.  Call 88..-9..I0 for details  5627 Inlet Avenue ��� Sechelt ��� B.C.  ww   mi  Available at both locations, Gibsons & Sechelt  Available at Gibsons store only  VWW  *mmm  msfTfrn^^afm^h *W ^J*Wm  IGIBSONS-^..r  BUILDING  A Gibsons woman will be  lucky for Ihe rest of her life, according to an Irish legend.  Mrs. Edna Husby kissed the  famous Blarney Stone during a  visit to the historic Blarney  Castle, five miles from Cork  City in the Republic of Ireland.  And afterward, she was told of  Ihe legend which says that anyone who performs this act will  be favoured with the power of  eloquent speech and good fortune  from then on.  To qualify, Edna had to lie on  her back, stretch across a two-  foot gap in the para|iel with only  three slender iron bars between  her and the ground 90 feet Ire-  low, and bend backwards and  downwards lo kiss Ihe Stone,  which is built into the ramparts.  "It was quite a task and not  something for the faint-hearted  or anyone suffering from vertigo  to try," said Edna.  "But at least there was a gentleman called the Keeper of the  Stone whose job was to hold  onto your legs. He provided a  blanket for people to lie on and  advised everyone not lo look  down. Ht* also had some  smelling salts handy in case  anyone fainted.  "Il was the highlight of the  visit to Ireland and it was a  bonus when I learned about llie  legend. I've been pretty lucky in  life already with three children  and seven grandchildren but I  guess you can always use a little  more."  The legend dates from the 16th  Century when, during the years  of British colonial rule, Lord  Blarney, by loquacious prevarication, prevented representatives of  Queen Elizabeth I from taking  possession of his lands for Ihe  Crown.  Under Construction and  O-PEIMIIMO SOON  Join...  ���SEARS ��� IGA Plus*  ��� WOOLWORTHS ���  ���Atlas Office Supplies  ���Bernadette's Galleries  ���Sunshine Coast Insurance  ���Front Runners adiv . <-i .nut-ay sPom  Call        Cheryl       Mac  For Leasing Information  1-876-3199  Luck.,  DOLLAR I  FOODS 1   "��  Ken's Lucky  dollar Foods  fjm Quality, Service, Selection and  Sjife,       Everyday Low Prices  ���mmm _  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  Tues. Oct. 22nd  to Mon. 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We   can't   always  expect  someone else to look after our  kids, can we? See you there?  Belated Birthday  A Happy Related Birthday lo  Cliff McConnell, who celebrated  on Sept. 30. Cliff is another  hard-working director on the  Board of the Community  Association, always there when  needed  Lifeline   Unit  I am pleased to report that a  Lifeline Unit has been purchased  hy the Davis Bay/Wilson Creek  Community Association in  memory of Lauralee Solli The  funds to purchase this unit were  raised partly by private donations  and by the sale of raffle tickets  currently available.  The raffle is being sponsored  by the Community Association,  with first prize heing a stained  glass Tiffany lamp shade; second  prize, a hand-made decorated doll  crib complete with mattress,  blanket and pillow. Tickets are  $ I each, with ALL proceeds going to the Lifeline Unit.  Which leads me inlo my next  item: the Craft Sale and Flea  Market at the Hall on Saturday  Oct. 26, from 9-12. Winning  tickets will be pulled then, and  the winners announced. If this  Flea Market is anything like the  last one, you can expect a super  assortment of new and used collectibles, homemade bread,  sauerkraut, dill pickles, hand  knit sweaters, mills and slippers.  Tliere were Christmas oma  incuts, photo albums, dolls,  handmade buttons, earrings.. the  list goes on Plan to lx* there1  Busy  November  November is beginning to  look like a busy month loo  There are craft lairs, concerts,  /^DEPENDABLE   AUTO SERVICE  DID YOU KNOW...  WE SELL PARTS ^*  nmrn-r  Sl  The South Coast's Only  BCAA APPROVED Shop  (Special consideration to BCAA members)  ^OHUfiMK  AUTOMOTIVE  NOTICE OF  ROAD CLOSURE  On Tuesday, October 22,1991,  School Road (from Highway 101 to  O'Shea Road) will be closed trom 9:00 a.m.  to 4:00 p.m., due to new construction.  WILBERT FAIR  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  JN��&  ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Recycling Tips  Humans have been manufacturing various forms of  glass for over 3,000 years, and recycling it for most ol  that time as well.  Glass never "wears out" ��� it can be recycled forever.  Most glass food and beverage containers have at least  25% recycled glass content.  More on glass recycling next week.  PLEASE USE THE GIBSONS RECYCUNG DEPOT  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu  Q>  This space sponsored by  GIBSONS REALTY LTD  Sunnycresl Mall. Gibsons 886 2277  dinners and dances planned, plus  workshops, meetings, etc. Who  has lime lo slay home and be  bored when there is so much offered and in such variety?  Sue LeNeve, a very talented  lady, is holding another workshop on Advanced Serging on  Salurday Nov. 2 al Chatelech,  from 9 am-3:30 pm. If you're a  serger, you'll love il! Imagine  being able lo sil and serge for  six hours! It's wonderful! For  more info, call Sue al 883-7490.  On Nov. 12, Bea Rankin will  be Ihe guesl speaker at the  Community Association's  General Meeting, where she will  lv presenting a travelogue tilled  "Fall Colours... Cruising New  York to Orleans." The time is I  pm. a pleasant afternoon.  Nov. 16 al 6 pm is dinner  time at llie Hard Times Dinner  ami Dance. Do you remember  hard times'.' The menu will consist of Minestrone soup, beans,  old-fashioned rice pudding, dinner rolls, tea and coffee for only  $.1 |ier head!  Jean Robinson will be ihe  Chef d'Cuisine, the costume of  the day will be 'old clothes' and  Ihe music will be singable and  danceable.  Please take time this week lo  smell the last of the flowers.  roberts creek  hv- Janice Leighton  886-3541  There were lots of bodies at  Ihe Rolierts Creek Hall, shuffling and jiving lo the music of  Michael Coleman, a knock-out  Chicago Blues Group. The four-  piece band treated a sold-out  crowd lo some fantastic  rhythms.  A guesl appearance by singer  Kathie Morgan (Roberts Creek's  own) thrilled her many fans in  the audience. It was a very high  evening out and a successful  fundraiser for Ihe Hall. Thank  you, Dianna Morgan, for bringing these quality groups to the  Coast  Community   Meeting  Don't forget the Oct. 23  Community Meeling, lo begin  at 8 pm. A discussion and decision regarding whether or nol to  lease the communily property  behind the post office is on the  agenda.  Beavers  Colony  Did you know there is a  Beaver Colony in Roberts  Creek? If your son is between 5  and 7 years of age, we would  love him to come and share all  the fun and fellowship of being a  Beaver. The meetings are held at  Camp Byng each Tuesday from  6:15 to 7:30 pm.  Do join us! for furtlur information, call Katherine Trueman  at 885-2282.  Library  As the rain clouds approach  and we once again slay indoors  and star! shuffling and organizing all ihe accumulated "stuff",  keep an eye oul for overdue library books. The functioning of  a library is compromised when  many of the books remain forgotten in private homes.  portrait Offer  One Weekend Only  Sunnycrest Mall  Fri., Sat., & Sun. Nov 1-3 J  Noon to Closing  "Tell All Your Friends"..;  book Now Tor  Christmas Parties  i^taff Parties  Catcrins -Any Size Group  Creek Foods International!  GOURMET TO GO ' ROBERTS CREEK ' 885-7411  DELI HSU CAf E  6 Poses for $35.00j  Includes sitting fee and package of two 5x7's,  two 3 l/2x5's, four wallets & sixteen subwallets  from the negative of your choice. Cosl  payable at time of sitting. Other reprints available.  No Appointment Necessary.  TED PETERS PHOTOGRAPHY  886-2521  by EUine Putterman  * Mike Atlegrettl  Visitors Welcome  885-2395  COAST WINDOW WASHING  Senior's Discounts  Heights No Problem  Interior & Exterior  Free Estimates  885-3802    Ham mmi  RANDIE'S FRESH HERBS  Large Variety of Flavoured  Vinegars, Packaged  Herbs or Plants.  Available Any Time  Crow Road Herb Farm  Roberts Creek, 886-9324  ABSOLUTE  ACCOUNTING  COMPUTERIZED  ACCOUNTING  886-9100  Friendly Country Ijegion  Oct 25th & 26th  Single Again  Friday Night Dinner  Baron of Beef  Saturday Night Dinner  Steak-Grilled New York  With All The Trimmings  Members & Qualified  Guests Welcome  Hn*i Tim*. Evenlntt  (Lie. #75063)  886-9813 or 886-9984  A Picture's Worth...  a Thousand  Thanks  ^���^r GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA  ^^maaam**m*aaa****************m*mmmmmm*mmm  REQUIRES A FULL TIME BUILDING MANAGER. DUTIES  INCLUDE LOT MAINTENANCE, LANDSCAPING, MINOR REPAIRS  AND SECURITY. APPLICANTS SHOULD BE MECHANICALLY INCLINED  AND POSSESS GOOD PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS. IF YOU ARE  A CLEAR COMMUNICATOR, RELIABLE AND WORK UNDER MINIMAL  SUPERVISION, PLEASE REPLY TO:  ARIX ASSET MANAGEMENT CORPORATION  1280-885 WEST GEORGIA STREET  VANCOUVER, B.C. V6C 3E8  Foster Care  ABritish  VilColumbia  ,ajyi Province of British Columbia  22f Min*"V ol S00" Services  r^^ end Housing  Foster  Parent Week  October 20-26  In British Columbia there are more than 3000 foster  families providing caring, stable homes for children  temporarily in need.  This year, 10 of those families received the Lieutenant-  Governor's Foster Families Award, in recognition of  their outstanding contributions.  For the rest, the rewards are less public - a smile here,  a hug there. But this is Foster Parent Week, and we're  going public now with a heartfelt thank you to all the  foster families in British Columbia.  Most people already have the basic knowledge  and skills to be a foster parent. It also takes patience  and commitment to meet the challenge.  If you've got what it takes... please call us.  1-800-663-9999  WM^..,���..  ���- ������*���-  iiihi mill  ''iMMMIfliMlitkiHMi \  Coast News, October 21,1991  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Watt  885-3364  The Royal Canadian Legion,  Sechelt Branch, will be putting  on a CRAFT AFFAIR on  Saturday Nov. 3, at 11 am. A  whole slew of crafts will be  there for the picking: sewing,  knitting, baking, while elephant  - you name it they'll have it.  This might be an excellent  opportunity to pick up some  Christmas gifts. And remember,  you can freeze the baked goods.  What else... tliere is no admission charge. There will be a raffle. Look for for Christmas Iree  decorations!! Oh yes, soup  available.  Toaslinasters  Meet  On Wednesday Oct, 23, Ihe  Sunshine Totstmisters will hold  their meeting at 7:30 pm in  room 102 of Chatelech High  School. There will be an election of officers that night, so all  members Me urged to attend.  Anyone interested in finding  oul what Toastmaslers is all  about is more than welcome at  the meeting - same goes for  guests. For more information  about the club, contact Earl at  885-3206.  Up With People  The Up With People concert  will take place Nov. 6 and 7 in  the Chatelech Gym. Billets are  needed for the 140 young people  who make dp this talented  group. If you've never seen their  performance, plan to take it in  this time. They're wonderful-  Sunshine Coast Lions  As part of Lions' World  Service Day, the Sunshine Coast  Lions Club are asking you to  turn in unused hearing aids to  the Royal Bank in Trail Bay  Mall.  After cleaning and any repairs  out lo hearing  le who are unable  that may be needed, the hearing     informal!  aids  impaired  loaffordtMrones.  Canadian Cancer Society  The Oifcer Sociely will hold  (heir Annua! General Meeting on  Monday flit. 21 al 2 pin, in the  Kegionilfktricl Board Office,  Secheh. Of 885-9451 for more  Sechelt pioneer passes  Salmon walks  Come to Porpoise Bay Provincial fkrk to view the  Chum Salmon as they spawn in Annt Creek. The free  one-hour walks begin al the beach baNHa board at I pm  and 2:30 pm. on the following Sunday* Oct. 27, Nov. 3,  Nov. 10 and Nov. 17. for more informatiak call 885-7670.  Forestry progtam  Funding is available in a federal-Mbincial program  for small scale forestry projects on Mrate, municipal,  native and federal woodlands. ^  Long lime Sechell residents  will be saddened to hear of Ihe  passing last week of Mrs.  Christina Crucil.  Mrs Crucil emigrated lo  Canada from Italy in 1938, and  later lhat year, she and her husband August settled in Sechelt.  They huill their home on  Cowrie Streel in 1940, and Mrs  Crucil lived there until she suffered a stroke two yeare ago.  She was active in the early  business life of Sechelt, starting  the Tasella Shop, the town's  first clothing store, in 1948. The  first store was in the building  which now houses Ye Olde  English Donut Shop and  Kitchen Carnival.  In 1953 she built the Sechelt  Bowling Alley, and operated it  until the building was taken over  by Stedmans.  In 1967 Mis Crucil built another building, the one now occupied by Family Bulk Foods,  to house the growing Tasella  Shop.  David Fon and Dick Hansell pause for a breath while working on the  orchestra pit in the Rockwood Pavilion. *  WHS  LIBRARIES  <;  ihsons & District  Public Library  Hours:  Ttn-i  ���> W-Spm  Will  9 .10-S|an  Huns  12 111 K|im  Shi  '( W-JlHll  STORVTIMK:               Wed lll,,��i  Sechelt  Public Library  Hours:  TlK��.  III UMplll  Weds  III lll||iiii  'Units  III <0 7|ilii  In  1   ^|WII  Sal  in .10.4pm  Subst upturn ��� S2 pet vetit  .nan I'enml   2 necks  I.IHIII  unit ��� rthttnks fttnlf 2lifts')  Oil  dues ��� llU/nt  /ter Intnl.  FAFF Day  OcL 26th  One Day  Only  29" Stereo Monitor Receiver  $999 ,  ���High Resolution  ��� Learning Remote Control  ��� A/V Inputs ft Outputs  ���SVHS  ���Surround Sound  ��� Dual RF Inputs  $499.00  HiFi Stereo VCR ��� 4 Video Heads  2 Audio Heads ��� Multi-Brmd Remote Control  Quick Start ��� Index Search ��� A/V Inputs ft Outputs  SUNSHINE COAST TV LTD.   More than a TV store.   Home Electronics ��� Sales & Service  OPEN Monday - Saturday, 9-5  5674 Cowrie St., Sechelt ��� 885-9816  {0W  J0A  All Machines and Sergers ON SALE and  WE PAY THE GST!  WHIM!! CflMH�� rrtfr npTMMMhM  imcMm. T* "PHUT DoctW **  if��vtc��(Mtrapatr)albr��*lM*��J  % aiorporation of ti\t  ItHtrfrt of Sechelt  ) Bo- IM 5545 WW A���m��, ���jtth*. ��.C. VQN 3AO       Tf phon�� (604) 885 1008  MUNICIPAL M  NOTICE TO RESIDENTS  OF SECHELT  GARBAGE COLLECTION  Please note that Sunshine Coast Disposal will NOT  pick up the contents of garbage cans over the regular 16 gallon size due to WCB regulations. Please  make sure that your containers hav* tightly fitting  lids so that animals and birds caflnot scatter  garbage. Scattered garbage is youf responsibility to  clean up.  _���_������ i.  STAFF SEMINAR i  Office staff will be attending a seffllnafihs afternoon  of October 29th and morning of October 30th.  Council members will be on hand to answer phones  and take messages only.  KINNIKINNICK PARK CLOSURE  Due to storm damage, Kinnikinnick Park will be  closed to the public until further notice. Anyone  using the trails while the park is closed does so at  their own risk.   . f|  FOSTER PARENT WEEK  Oct. 20 - 26th is Foster Parent Wiak. The District of  Sechelt recognizes the care and compassion shown  by our Sechelt and area Foster NfetiiAl and thanks  them for their unselfish commitment.  amsrms  For Rent  Waterfront Home on Davis Bay  Beach at Msslon Point  Tender offers wi be accepted until  4:00pm on Friday, October 25th,  1991, to rent the above noted 1000  square foot two bedroom house  (with bath and kitchen) for applicants' occupation for a period of  one year, commencing November  1st, 1991.  The lowest acceptable rent for  these premises wl be $750.00 per  month.  ���Appliances not  Included  ���Hydro aid other utility  fees are the obligation  of the tenants  ���One year lease  required  ���One month's security  deposit required  ��� References required  ���Pets subject to  approval  The address is 4603 Sunshine  Coast Hwy., Sechelt, B.C.  Often to lease must be in writing  anamacats.  ���Monthly rental amount  ���Date of required  occupancy  'Two references  (inducing employer)  Tender offers are to be mailed or  ds��vered to the District of Sechelt,  P.O. Box 129, 5545 Inlet Ave.,  Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0,  ATTENTION MR. ART LEW  OR'S  INE  360  Regular District of  hell  MEETINGS  the first and  iy of each  pm In the  Room.  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  (Formerly Gibsons Pentecostal Church)  School Rd, opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 1140 am  Sunday Nighl  Evening Service 7:00 pm  PHONE: Church Oflice 886-7107  All Are Welcome  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies oi Canada  THI UNITED CHURCH  JOJCANADA.  Sunday Worship Service  CIBSONS  Classforc] Ko.nl-11:15 am  Sunday School -11:15 am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay Road and  Simpkins Road ��� 9:30 am  Sunday School - 9:30 am  Reverend Red Ramsey  Church Telephone 885-2333  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  Thanksgiving Service  Monday. October 14  at 11:00 am  in Greene Court Hall  Medusa SI, Sechell  Sunday Services -11:00 am  A Warm Invitation to All  For Information Please Call  885-2506 or 865-3688  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  Mass Schedule  SATURDAY  5.00 pm St. Mary's, Gibsons  SUNDAY  (1:45 am Indian Church  9:45 am Holy Family, Sechelt  11 40 am St. Mary's, Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat 400 ��� 4:30 pm, Sechelt  2nd a 4th Sal. - 4:30 ��� 5:00 pm, Gibsons  Telephone 085-9526  ST. BARTHOLOMEWS  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Hsvy. 101a NorthRd;886-7410  Serving Cibsons A Roberts Cretk  Wednesday-10:30 am  Worship A Bible study  Sunday-10:30 am  Parish family Eucharist  Serving Cibsons &   Roberts[Creek^  The Rev. Esther North, Rector  cmstpH  SuA-WXtm  St.,XiUas,SacMt  InMcmes  IMul ��� T:30TuUr, Office  tf-*��-;4MEV7WtO*M.OT),"  QtVWin gHUCt  &  ANCLICAN  CHURCH  OF  CANADA  SI. Hilda'i, SecheH  8:00 am - 9:30 am  SI. Andrew's, Pender Harbour  11:30 am  We [xtend A Warm Welcome To All  885-5019  Rev. June Maffin  Rev. Dan Gilford  CIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes Vou To loin Us  In Sunday Worship  Childrens Progress        10:00 Ml  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning Worship Service  10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  886-7049  Pastor Monty McLean Loast News, October 21, 1991  golden lifelines  halfmoon bay happenings  by Joyce Ostry  As of this writing, Ihe election is still a hot issue on mast  people's agendas. As you read  these words, the election will  have been decided and political  rhetoric will be jusl whal it was  - political rhetoric. But some issues must he resolved regardless  of political party.  Two major provincial ministries are Ihe Ministry of Social  Services and Housing (MSSH)  and Ihe Ministry of Health.  These Iwo ministries play a key  role in delivering services for  many British Columbians wilh  disabilities, and for Seniors.  Some questions need lo he addressed al Ihe political level because, for the most part, lhal is  where the philosophy of service  delivery, the level of service and  program priorities are divided.  The HC Coalition of People  with Disabilities (BCCPD), the  Canadian Mental Health  Association, B.C. Division  (CMHA BC) and Ihe BC.  Association for Community  Living (BCACL) joined forces  lo identify issues of concetti,  Since all these concents will  involve lax dollars, 1 feel your  interest and enlightenment  should lv dealt with, and a degree of satisfaction gained  Income Assistance must meet  basic needs. These needs are  Hume Support Week fur Ihe Kirkland Adull Daycare Centre included in outing lo Pebbles Restaurant for a  refreshing luncheon,  measured by "poverty lines".  Tlie National Council of Welfare  estimates Ihe 1990 poverty line  for a single adult, living in a  communily of over 300,000, al  $14,078 (We are looking al  IW2 now).  Does your parly support the  position lhal Income Assistance  rales should be sel at the  "poverty lint'"'.' Recenl rale increases do nol meet the drastic  increases in llie cosl of living.  We fall further and further  behind.  "*  1st.  (DpeniiiguWoi/.  ���������'���'������;���   J.B.'s Cosy Corner  "X     r Gibsons Quay Bldg.  '^M.-' Molly's Reach Lane Enlrance  Excellent quality consignment clothing, toys, books, etc.  for children. Also, a comer stocked with many  new craft Items.  Consignments Welcome ��� 886-3721  Section 8 of the Gain Act currently allows the Minister lo adjust the rates lo reflect changes  in Ihe Consumer Price Index.  This section remains  un proclaimed.  Our recommendation is that,  although Ihe poverty line estimated by Ihe National Council  of Welfare is Ihe appropriate  base. Section 8 of Ihe Gain Act  musl be proclaimed. (In our little area of the Sunshine Coast,  bxxl prices are 7% higher than in  Vancouver).  Cuming  Kvents  Pal Gibson, Pauline Moon  and Barbara Hanke will be joining ine for Ihe second year in the  cutting of the fruil (il will be  properly aged!) for Christmas  cake. We won't be having ihe  very small cakes we had lasl  year.  Nol to worry - ihey will still  lie affordable. Tliere will be dark  wilh mils, light with nuts and,  again, dark and light without  nuts. All of Ihis will he available at the Christmas Bazaar on  Nov. 23.  October 26 will lie Ihe "hard-  limes" costume dinner wilh  hobo-style food. There probably  will l>e a ghost or goblin around,  loo. We need all the hands we  can get - and we'll welcome new  laces, too - lo help wilh crafts  for the bazaar. Even if you feel  you're not talented enough, I jusl  lx-l you are.  See you on Thursday morning  for pom-poms and crafts at 9:30.  Remember goods for the  Christmas hamper.  by Ruth Forrester  885-2418  Several residents from the  vicinity of the government dock  at Halfmoon Bay were angry  when diesel oil from a fish boat  leaked, covering the water with a  coating of oil.  "This is not the first time this  has happened with this particular  boat," said one resident.  Concern was mainly for the  effect on the many species of  bird life in the Bay.  The length of time which  passed before there was any response to the complaint was  commented on by one who had  tried to get the right department.  He had called Fisheries,  Harbours, Provincial  Emergencies and the RCMP, and  found that none of those departments claimed responsibility.  Finally, he did connect with Ihe  proper department, whose response was immediate.  Should such an event occur in  any area, Ihe correct branch to  call is in Ihe blue pages of your  telephone directory under the  heading "Reporting of Fisheries  and Wildlife Violations". Call,  al no charge, 1-800-663-9453.  Fisheries Officer Ross Squire  responded to the call and is  presently investigating the pos-  sivilily of an offence under the  Fisheries Act.  Auxiliary  News  Seven members of the  Halfmoon    Bay    Hospital  Auxiliary attended ihe Annual  Conference in Delta last week,  and report a most interesting and  informative affair. A bit of unexpected excitement was the trip  through town with no traffic  lights due to a wind storm which  knocked the power off in so  many areas.  The next Auxiliary meeting  will be at the Welcome Beach  Hall on Monday Nov. 4 at 10:30  am. Members, please note the  change of dale from Ihe usual  second Monday of ihe month due  to the Nov. 11\ being a holiday.  Coast Consort  Delights  The musical group known as  Coasl Consort presented a most  enjoyable evening of music and  verse at the Arts Cenlre on Oct.  II. Every available seat was occupied, with proceeds going to  the SPCA.  A special thanks to all Ihe  musicians and vocalists who  look part in this memorable  event.  Redrooffs' Hot Rods As do  most of you, we wonder when  something will be done to slow  down traffic on Redrooffs.  Recently, in a letter to the Coast  News, a resident expressed a  concern shared by most of us  who used lo live in a fairly civilized area that seems to be suffering from an influx of maniacs.  Its high time we made our  voices heard to see that something is done about controlling  this epidemic.  CltlkVJI: llllll  fm^ SPECIAL  'Kathk's AZkctroCysis  ���ERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL  In home - Private - Relaxing - Personal touch  ^(.dll fnr your complimentary 15 minute treatment  and consultation.  ROBERTS CREEK  886-4686  KEEP YOUR  COOL!  with a new  refrigerator.  TBX21GP  deluxe top  mount  cantilevered  glass shelves  20.7 cu. ft.  TBX18SP  - 18.2 cu. ft.  - reversible door  - slide out  shelving  - $65.00 rebate  $999      $899  Plus many more red hot deals  at your #1 Furniture and Appliance  Outlet on the Sunshine Coast.  Sechelt  Furniture Land  Sunshine Coast Hwy. ��� 885-5756 ��� Free Delivery  (vip)  Elphinstone  Secondary  -News���  Important Meeting for Parent!  All parents are encouraged to attend a meeting of the P.A.C. at  Elphinstone on Ocl. 28 at T.M), regarding the proposed family  violence and sexual abuse presentation lo students and to view an  interactive video program dealing with sexual decision making.  Senior Girls' Volleyball Team Wins  Tlie senior girls' volleyball leain has won all of their games so far  this year. They have defeated Howe Sound Secondary 3 games toO,  and Pemberton Secondary 2 games to 0. Congratulations teaml  Career opportunities tor the 90't  John Naisbill, author of Megatrends 2000, recently predicted that  three fields offer sure fire job opportunities in the Ws, computers,  health care and environmental services. It is interesting to note thai  all three areas require mathematics and science. Although science is  an elective after grade 10, il is obviously of advantage for students to  receive as much science education as possible.  Hot Lunch Program  Just a reminder that Elphinstone has a very successful dally hoi  lunch program run by students and parents. Hoi meats can be  purchased for no more lhan $2.23. Proceeds go lo the school's  concert band.  If We Sell It... We Guarantee Itl  WHEEL  ALIGNMENT  INSPECTION  $24.95  Includes:  ���Suspension t% steering  linkage Inspection.  ���Computer print-out  diagnosis of alignment.  ���Adjustments Extra.  See KAL TIRE lor our "EARLY BIRD CHANGEOVER SPECIAL"  We will: Dismount summer tires, mount winter tires, balance the assemblies  and remount them on your vehicle *��*^B^^^��^_  ���  ��� Vi#  your next twtfrynurotawd it your local  K* fire Store  FREEI  Enter to win a  Hawaiian Vacation  for two!  Visit our store lor more details  "No purchase necessary  Suncoast  Tire & Mechanical  designated govt inspection facility  5633 Whart Rd, Sechelt  885-7927  Attention all Sunshine Coast Residents:  Capilano College is Growing!  Capilano College and the Sechelt Indian Band are proud to announce an expansion of  post-secondary education services for all residents of the Sunshine Coast.  Slatting in early 1992, classes will be offered in the Sechelt Indian Band's new  Government, Education and Cultural Centre, complementing classes currently offered  at the Sechelt Campus on Inlet Avenue.  You are Invited to a Community Forum  To better serve ihe residents of the Sunshine Coast, we need to hear from you.  A Community Forum will be held:  Wednesday, October 30 at 7:30 p.m.  Raven's Cry Theater, Sechelt  This open forum is an important opportunity for the communily to share its views and  help shape the future of post-secondary education in this region. Discussions will  focus on ihe transition from high school to college, career paths and opportunities, the  needs of business and industry, and much more.  Who Should Attend?  The Communily Forum is for all Sunshine Coast residents, particulary students,  parents, community organizations, local employers, and anyone planning lo return to  school or considering a career change.  In addition, Capilano College will offer a free educational assessment service to  Sunshine Coast residents. Starting November 4, potential students can take academic  skills inventory testing, vocational/career testing and talk with �� counsellor. The  results of these assessments, as well as your input, will help determine whal classes  may be offered in early 1992.  For more information, please call the Sechelt Campus at 885-9310.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE     5627 Inlet Avenue ��� Sechelt B.C. VON 3A0 ��� Telephone: 885-9310  .il  ;.  : L : '���'.- B ���  61      ,..-,.,  r '   ��� ���A-.'trj.Tti��if.  ^^UUassisAJ-Jt m\.��,.,:,i~:.  tarn Coast News, October 21, 1991  egmont news  (oast (  musical  'onsorl performer, Lou Wilson, offered one or many delightful  moments in a benefit for Ihe SPCA. Raft Ntmtar H*e  by Dixie Percy  There's nothing like sitting  out a wild wind-storm in the  woods, especially in the dark, to  magnify one's mortality on this  wheel of fortune we call Life.  Last Wednesday morning was a  short but sharp refresher course  to snap us back into the reality  of inclement weather and its  affect on us.  By the time the storm reached  our house it had already mown  down numerous trees, many of  which landed either on or  perilously close to dwellings and  assorted other buildings made  puny under the crashing weight  of the normally gentle giants.  The sound of tarps billowing  and a roar in the chimney was all  the warning there was to  announce Ihe arrival of the first  gales. In the time it took to  close all Ihe windows and try to  peer outside to see a glimpse of  something - anything - the  storm was on.  Objects began hurtling out of  the darkness. Coniferous cones  thudded in collision with our tin  roof. Branches cracked and  various other limbs and twigs  flew through the air, pitching lo  ihe ground. Everything was  suddenly carpeted with a pale  lace of newly fallen needles and  fronds.  Living nexl lo the water made  it just thai much more of an  adventure. One's first thoughts  went to Ihe boal and its  moorings. A race through  blackness and blinding rain  brought us nose to nose with  Neptune foaming at the mouth.  The dock rose and fell with the  huge waves spilling over  themselves, while the boat  jerked violently at ils lie-up  lines, everything twisted at cross  purposes. After several minutes  the boat was out and secured on  ils anchor, and I could make oul  harbour watch  Grand  opening a  fine success  hv Jacalvn Vincent  883-2480  Mary and Sue of Kenmar Knit  and Sew would like to thank all  (he valued customers who made  their Grand Opening such a  success!  Their new location (which was  opened to Ihe public on Oct. 12)  is situated in llie Gardner Block  by the post office.  A variety of door prizes were  won by Millie Burchill, Yvonne  Mill, Val Morrison, Kelly  Kniepkamp, Laura Peters and  Bev Hannah. Congratulations lo  all Ihe winners, and continued  success lo Kenmar!  On Ihe Look-out  On Nov. 8, a Jazz and Poetry  night will be held at the Music  School in Madeira Park. If any  of you oul Ihere have poetry  you've written, or would like to  read out loud, here's your oppor-  lunily! Conlacl Mike at 883-  2376 for further information.  This is for all ages, ranging  from children to adults.  Bargain Itarn News  A sale of winter coats, plus a  The BACKEDDY  Marine Pub  Egmont Marina Resort.  Dollar Bag Day, will be held on  Thursday Ocl. 24 and Saturday  Oct. 26, at the Bargain Barn in  Madeira Park.  The Barn is in need of clean  material such as waste rags, old  sheets, towels, flannels, fleece  wear and cottons. Please mark  "rags" on the containers and  make sure the rags are washed.  Badminton  Need to break in your new  sneakers? Badminton is now being held throughout the winter  months in the gym al Pender  Harbour High School. The times  are as follows: Mondays from  7:30-9:30 pin; Thursdays from  7:45-9:45 pm. If you require  more details, please call Glenna  Philips al 883-2446.  Oktoberfest  Don't forget the Oktoberfest  the Hospital Auxiliary will be  hosting Oct. 26 at 6 pm. Now  thai election fever is over, you  can dance the night away enjoying lots and lots of great music  and food! If you think you can  attend, please try to purchase  your tickets as soon as possible  so the ladies will have an idea of  how many will be presenl.  Tickets will be available for  $15 per person at either Sunny's  or the Marina Pharmacy in  Madeira Park.  ��� -  ��� i��i.*:;K^s^.i.  "Masquerade Party"  Satiudiy nighl -Oct. 26ili  Join die fuii and games.  Prizes-best Cjostume.  Friday ai id Saturday night  YOUNaATART  Watercolour* Instructor: Noreen Marshall; Harbour Gallery, Madeira  Park; Saturdays, Oct. 26, Nov. 2, Nov. 9,9:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m.  Ages 9 and up. Fee: $20.00 - all materials included. Come and  discover Ihe joy of this traditional artform In a "learn by doing",  hands-on workshop, taught by reknowned painter Noreen Marshall.  Jawollmry Making Instructor: Xerez Halfenden; Greenecourt Hall,  Sechelt. Saturdays, Oct. 26, Nov. 2, Nov. 9. 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.  Ages 6 and up. Fee: $20.00 - all materials included. Paper beads,  limo clay, lun plastics and lunky lound objects will be explored while  creating your very own pins, bolo lies, bracelets, necklaces and earrings.  Paprnr Making Instructor: Allana Wood; Kirkland Centre, Davis Bay;  Saturdays, Oct. 26, Nov. 2, Nov. 9; 9:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m. Ages 6 and  up. Fee: $20.00 - all materials included. You will learn how to create  your very own paper at home in Ihis exciting workshop, using recyclable  papers taught by paper sculptor Allana Wood.  Drama Workthop Instructor: Kerry Mahlman; Arts Centre, Sechelt;  Saturdays, Nov. 16,23,30. 9:00 a.m. -11:00 a.m. Ages 6-10. Fee:  $20.00 - all materials Included. This innovative workshop will allow  participants to discover thealre games and lo leel comfortable with role  playing. Guaranteed funl  Muele VldAto Workthop Instructor: Don Le Roux; Kinsmen Hall,  Dougal Park, Gibsons; Saturdays, Oct. 26, Nov. 2, Nov. 9; 10:00 a.m. -  noon. Ages 13 and up. Fee: $25.00 - Please bring a blank VHS  tape. Writer, performer and producer Don Le Roux (with two hit videos  on Much Music In 1990), will lead participants through Ihe scripting,  shooting and editing of a group project using VHS equipment.  Notice Board  Tuesday, October 22  Learning Disabilities Association of British Columbia -  Sunshine Coasl: first organizational meeling for  parents of learning disabled children. WestSectieit  Elementaiy SchocJ library, 730 -9:30 p.m. For more  information, phone Deborah Mcllrafh, 685-5680.  Beginning Tuesday, October 22,7.00 - 9.00 pm, and  running for eight weeks; a facilitated group lor women  who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse. No  charge; open attendance Oct. 22 and Oct. 29.  thereafter group win be dosed. For more information,  contact Actkxi: Aloohol and Drug Counselling Sociely,  885-5680.  Howe Sound Watershed INFORMATION FAIR, 10  a.m - 6 pm. PANEL DISCUSSION, 7 ��� 9:30 pm.,  Efcihinstone Gymnasium.  Wednesday, October 23  Sunshine Toastmasters meeling, 7:30 p.m. at  Cliatelech Secondary School, Room 102. Everyone  welcome. For information, 885-3206.  8 p.m. Fall Film Series, "The Story ol Adele H.",  Sunsline Coast Arts Centre, Sechelt.  Thursday, October 24  7:30 Sunsliine Coasl Arts council Boaid Meeting. Arts  Centre, Seclielt.  Friday, October 25  8 p.m. Peace Committee N.F.B. lilm presentation,  "Hunters and Bombers", Arts Centre, Sechelt.  Saturday, October 26  11 am-4p.m. Art work lor Juried Show due at Arts  Centre.  our by-laws, election of the new executive, the annual  general report and a progress report.  1 - 4 pm. Gibsons Rotary Club is spearheading its 1st  Annual Seawall Sweep. Students, parents &  members ol the community urged to participate in this  cleanup. Meeting at 1:00 pm, Lower Village paiking  lol  Sunday, Octobar27  2p.m. Juried Show, live critique, Arts Centre.  Monday, October 28th  Canadian Federation of University Women ol the  Sunshine Coast, October Meeting, 11:30 a.m., SI.  John's Church, Davis Bay. For information, cal 885-  9589.  Tuesday, October 29  Friends ol Caren meeting al 730, Lions Hal, Pender  Harbour. For Mo., 883-2807.  Marketing Your Home Based Business Friday, 7 pm to  10 pm and Sat 9 am lo 3 pm al Capilano College,  Sechelt. Pre-regislratlon required.- contact you local  Chamber of Commerce or the S.C. Business  Development Centre at 885-1959.  Genealogy Workshop - A family history seminar. An  Intro lo basic research techniques. Call Rockwood  Centre 885-2522 to register.  Alpha Omega Foundation presents Healers Day at  Mountain Song, 10 am to 5 pm. Skill exchange,  networking and pot luck dinner. Inlo 885*170.  Saturday, Nowmber 2nd  Order of Eastern Star Hawaiian Fal Bazaar, Masonic  Hall, Roberls Creek., 11 Mail -200pm.  Pa** Mache open studb, Oct. 26 �� 27,10 - 4 pm,  2709 Lower Rd��� Roberts Creek.  October 26 - Novemiber 17th, Hunter Galery presents  "Basket Cases", a whimsical look at the arts of pottery  and basket weaving by Katie JANYK and Laurel  SUKKAU. Redptai at 2 o'clock.  Davis Bay / Wilson Creek Community Ass'n. Flea  Market / Craft Fair, 9:00 a.m -12:00 noon, at the  Wilson Creek Community Hal. For Wo., cal Bill at  885-7490.  All members are encouraged to attend the  Elphlnalone Pioneer Museum Annual General  Meeting. Doors will be open at 700 pm lor those ol  you who wish to update your merrtoershbor havea  Eok at the new ^���J^^i^*? *!  agenda wft include an extraodtoaiy reaowen to after  Alpha Omega Foundation offers an evening ol fun with  Sandy Wrightman. Here's a chance lo take a new  look at Inner Chid Wok. 7pm, cost by donation.  CallJanisatMountainSong, 885*170 lor information.  Totem Lodge  Everyday is visiting day at Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers ol your community  Plastic Pom Pome for weddrigs, parades S parties,  etc. 21 assorted colours, 20* each. Made by SecheH  Sr. Citizens, proceeds to go toward tie new Seniors'  centre. Phone 885-9392 or 885-2565.  The Parent Tot Drop In program begins the week ol  Septmeber 30 at the blowing locations:  Gfcsons: Mon. Wed. Fri in United Church Hs*  Sechell: Mon at St Hilda's Church H<*  Davis Bay. Tuesdays In Wilson Creek Com Hal.  Time: 9:30 to 1130 at al locations  Fee: $3.00 per parent an chid. Famly rale $5.00  Fofc Dancing at Roberts Creek School, Communily  Use Room. Every Tues 7.00 ��� 9.00 pm. Fee $3.00  Drop in, everyone welcome.  ., , i ��� ������ ��� ��� ..  c^mnMone mw^OT awaaun  ^^Mveirtwanojrtaa^^m hMavoitie  Sunshine Coast. Lots of recent donalions and  changes makes it even more interesting lor local  residents. Located actoss from the post office, call  866-8232. Wheelchair accessible. Admission by  donation.  Mondays  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpal Bowing, Mondays 130  pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mondays S  Thursdays-11-12.  Overeaten Anonymous meets every Monday 730  pm. Holy Family Church Hall., SecheH. Phone 885-  2108 or 8864781 for details.  Adult Children ol Alcoholics or Dysfunctional  Families meet at St May's Church Hal in Gibsons,  7:30-9.  Tuesdays  Ufa Drawing continues on Tuesday, 10 am. -12.30  p.m. at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre. Draw in the  company of other artists Irom a live model.  Employment opportunity: models are required. Hyou  ae interested, please cal 8854611.  Sexual Abuse Survivors Group , 7 to 9 pm at Ihe  Action Society OffcB. Conlact Deborah, 885-5680.  Gibsons lane Tennis Club plays every Tuesday, 7 -  10p.m. E^iinsloneSeoonday SchoolCaleleria. For  more Wormalton, cal Jtoi at 886-2775.  Sunshine Coaat Breasi Feedkw Support Group.  Informal drop-in meelngs on the third Tuesday of each  month. 885-2332 or 886-2457 lor more information.  Gfcsons TableTsnrts Club plays every Tues, 7  10 pm., Efchinstone Secondary School Cafeteria. Fa  more Information, cal Jim at 886-2775.  Thursdays  Birth Control OMC at Coast Garibaldi He* Unit,  494 S. Fletcher. Gtosons Thursday from 7 to 9 pm.  Everyone wotawie, no appointment neoessary.  "New Beginnings" is a friendly social group for  widows and widowers (and Oder eiperiendng toss)  which meets every other Thursday afternoon at the  Sechelt Health Unit. If you wish father information  (aid for next meeling date) cal 865-5164.  3C's Weight Lota Support Group meets every  Thursday evening, 6:45 to 8 pmat the Ur*d Church,  Glassford Rd., Gfceons. Mo: 886-7159.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise with Joan Fremb  Mondays J, Thursdays 11-12.  Adult Children ol Alcoholics or Dysfunctional  i meel at tie AMon Carta In Sachet, 730 -  the dim form of John bobbing  back toward me in the tiny  dinghy.  After we got back to the  house, flushed from battling the  elements, dawn began to emerge  and we watched as the tempest  began to blow itself out. We  surveyed our surroundings and  counted our lucky star s as we  realized we had come out  unscathed.  The radio phone, normally  quiet at lhat hour, was bristling  wilh activity. People began  filling in Ihe picture in a post-  storm vocal adrenalin rush.  "Blowin' forty off Texada"; "Six  trees went down at our place";  "How you guys doin' over  there?"; "We're ok".  After everyone had accounted  and been accounted for, the job  of clearing up the mess was on.  The clouds parted slowly lo  reveal fresh snow-coned  mountain lops and, once again,  we'd all survived another tricky  nighl in paradise.  Tonight the moon is high, the  water is calm and autumn and  winter lie ahead of us, so batten  down the hatches, sioke Ihe fire  and have a good one  Editor's Nute: Dixie Percy  will be leaving the ('oast  News Club. We would  like In thank her fur her  contributions lo this  paper, and we welcome  Lynn Mees uliu will be  writing the Egmont  column. Please help her  keep your community  informed uf events and  news tidbits. Ynu can call  her at 883-1188.  Pender dump  Faced with a directive from the Waste Management  Branch of the Ministry of Environment that the landfill site  in Pender Harbour be phased out during the next few years,  the Public Utilities Commission (Pll(') is looking for ways lo  extend the life of the facility.  Now open seven days a week, consideration is being given  to a partial opening, with possible cooperation from a volunteer recycling program.  Mdaya  United Chun* THUR Shop to basement ol church oil  Truman Rd., open FHttys, t to 3 pm  the Sschslt PuHcUbnrywl be open every Friday  fromltoSpm.  Square Dancing- plus level 800 pm, Santa' Hal,  Sechelt Into 88674JT  Sundws  The Sunshine Coaat Stamp Club wi be meeling  every second Sunday at Rockwood Lodge at 730 pm.  Phone 885-3381 or 866-7068 lor Whar Inkamakn  Open lor al ages. leisure  r  Shows support lifeline project  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Rhythm  of the  world  Net proceeds from ticket sales  of the Centra Gas 'Natural  Energy Tour shows in Seclielt  will lie donated to the Sunshine  Coast Lifeline Project, Centra  Gas announced last week  The shows, Nov. 5 anil 6 al  Chatelech High School, are the  beginning of the 28-day tour  which will include visiis anil  performances in eight communities on the Sunshine Coast anil  Vancouver Island.  The Seclielt Rotary Club lias  undertaken the Sunshine Coast  Lifeline Project This projeci  makes personal response  "Lifeline" units available to residents of the area to assist in their  ongoing medical care anil  treatment. Lifeline is a personal  response system which links the  user to 24-hour assistance.  "We are very pleased that  Centra Gas has chosen our  Lifeline Projeci. This contrilui  Coast Cable  Tuesday, Oct. 21  6:45 & 8:10 p.m.  Cable Connections  The broadcasting students   at  Elphinstone  bring  you  this  weeks news. Tune in to find oul  what has been happening in your  community.  7 pm  Bee Keeping  Frank Holmes of Sechelt  Apiaries talks with Diane Evans  about keeping bees as a  commercial venture. Our camera  crew visited Frank and his bees  at one of many sites on the  Sunshine Coast and later joined  Frank to document the honey  extraction process. This  programme promises to be very  imformative and will answer  many questions you may have  about bees.  Thursday, ()ct.23  7 pm  Elphie Band Trip  Broadcasting student and Elphie  concert band member, Hanna  Skytte has prepared a special  look into the trip mace by the  Elphinstone Concert Band to  Washington D.C.  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281  on the arts beat  I sing contetnporar) music Miles such as Kap, Ihe tip wilh People group's new show, "Rhythm of the World"  addresses issues important lo j ming people.  lion allows us to purchase additional Lifeline units that are currently needed for ihe area," said  SYLVIA ��������,  s^JW* *���&&&.     ' l'  Make the Sylvia part  of your Vancouver adventure...  Double From $58  Featuring "Sylvia's Restaurant & Bistro"  Hririn in this .ul jnd reu-ive (>\f  FRII ( OSIIMMAI HKF AKIASI  liurini; \our st.i\ with us'  ...Oierloolcing Vancouver's English Bn\  On the Beach at 1154 Gilford 681-9321  Doug Moffat, coordinator for the  Rotary Sunshine Coast Lifeline  Projeci.  "Each communily has contributed greatly to the arrival of  natural gas. The Natural Energy  Tour allows Centra Gas lo acknowledge these community  contributions while increasing  llie general awareness of natural  gas. The donation of nel show  proceeds to the Sunshine Coasl  Lifeline Projeci will be of lasting benefit lo Sechell and the  Sunshine Coast," said Bill  Burton, Director of Marketing  for Centra Gas.  Tickets for the Nov. 5 and 6  shows are on sale now at Centra  Gas, Linnadine's Shoes, Rolierts  Creek General Store, Talewind  Books and Ihe Pender Harbour  Paper Mill.  The Arts Centre's Thirteenth  Annual Juried Show, View, begins this Sunday with the customary live critique of works  submitted by Sunshine Coasl  Artists. Jurors Nancy Boyd and  Marcus Bowcotl will address the  audience, starting at 2 pm on  Sunday Ocl. 27. All interested  people are invited lo attend and  to participate in discussion of  the works.  Nancy Boyd has been actively  exhibiting in the Vancouver area  since the late seventies, and was  included in the "Seven From  the Warehouse" show at the  Arts Outre in 1985. She teaches  drawing, painting and design al  Capilano College in Vancouver,  and has served as visiting artist,  guesl lecturer and advisor to students at the University of  Waterloo in Ontario.  Marcus Bowcotl studied at Ihe  Vancouver School of Art and the  Ontario College of Art, and received his Masters from the  Royal College of Art in London,  England. His drawings, paintings and prints have been exhibited and collected in Canada, the  USA and Britain. He is presently  continued on page II  ^ROYAL CANADIAN**  w        LEGION w  BRANCH 219  GENERAL MEETING  due to power outage, will be held  Monday Oct. 21st, 7:30 p.m  Clean with  Bee Carpet  Care  ��� Carpets  a Upholstery  ! Scotchguarding  Beeline...885-50ll  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Peninsula Markei  O.E.S  Mt. Elphinstone #65  Hawaiian Fall Bazaar  November 2,1991  Hot Lunch-$3:00  Beverage & Dessert-$1.50  Children Under 12-1/2 price  Masonic Hall, Roberts Creek  Crafts, Baking, Sweaters, and many raffle Prizes  25< to $150.00  Raven's Cry Theater Society and  Gibsons Landing Theater Project Society  ^32f Present  In Your Ear  featuring  Jazz Guitarist  Oliver Gannon  -I  j�� Up with People.  What ufts you up and never iets you down?  ��)  i  P WITH PEOPIE AND THEIR AU-NEW POWER-PACKED STAGE SHOW. MUSIC, DANCE, OVER  100 TAIENTED PERFORMERS. TWO UNFORGETTABLE HOURS OF SENSATIONAL  ENTERTAINMENT. GET YOUR TICKETS NOW AND���GET THE BEATl  NATUR  SECHELT  Wednesday, Nov. 6 - 8:00 P.M.  Thursday, Nov. 7 - 8:00 P.M.  Chatelech High School Gym  CONCERT  DATES  &  LOCATIONS  ADULTS J11.00 STUDENT/SENIORS J8.00  Tickets available at Centra Gas, Llnnlnes Shoe Store, Roberts Creek  General Store, Talewlnds Books, Pender Harbour Paper Mall  Proceeds to benefit Sunshine Coast Lifeline Project  NUSINTID BV  >/  Centra Gas  j WTr  in  ill 'tr'. rT.^.Jt '*����� -5  ��� ��� '���      '     :���    -. ..���  .r*o~ ���H-e- ���M.-'?��*.-*?t '���* *���������*��������� v  .   _ * ,  * * ~'">fc  ���:�����-?>*'���*' r+r   ������������������/,-.���'.   '.���...':���'   ��� Coast News, October 21, 1991  11  on the arts beat  continued from page 10  teaching at Emily Carr, as well  as for the Open Learning  Agency.  Artists are reminded that the  deadline for receipt of work to be  juried is 4 pm on Saturday Oct.  26. Works in all media are invited, but must be original and  completed since 1988. There is a  $3 entry fee per piece.  Registration forms are available  at the Arts Centre.  Fall Film Series  Adele is the daughter of Victor  Hugo, hopelessly and unrealisti-  cally in love with a British lieutenant named Pinson. When the  match is opposed by her father,  Adele makes ihe winning of  Pinson her "raison d'etre", eventually losing her sanity in the  futile pursuit.  This role, played by actress  Isabelle Adjani, is considered by  many her best work - the stunning performance winning  awards from both Ihe National  Society of Film Critics and The  New York Critics Circle.  The Story of Adele H.  can be seen as part of the Fall  Film Series on Wednesday Ocl.  23, al 8 pm at the Arts Centre.  Artist Carl Chaplin gave his interpretation of the approaching virtual realities of Ihe digital era In art and life,  Oct 16 at Ihe Arts Cenlre.  A display of his previous works set Ihe mood tor an interesting discussion.  Admission is $4 or season's  pass.  The Peace Committee presents  Hunters and (lumbers al Ihe  Arts Cenlre, Friday Ocl. 24 at 8  pm. This 1991 film from the  National Film Board shows the  Iiiiiii people of Labrador as they  embark on a campaign of civil  disobedience lo slop the NATO  low-level flights that are destroying iheir traditional way of life.  This film will be of interest to  people who work for peace, jus  tice, the environment and native  rights.  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Cenlre is open Wednesday lo  Salurday 11 ain-4 pm, and  Sundays 1-4 pm. For information, call 885-5412.  Relocation Sale  Green Feeers Special  Unlimited Golf  from Oct. 15-Dec. 31  Package Price $75 per person.  ALL IN-STOCK  FRAMING  MATERIALS  SELECTED  POSTERS  &  READY MADE  OVAL FRAMES  SALE ENDS OCT. 30TH  Come in soon for best selection  Show Piece Frames is moving to Wilson Creek  Show Piece Gallery remains in Gibsons Landing  ^*mmmShow Piece Frames  280 Oower Pomi Road,  (upstairs above Calory)   Gibsons Landing 889-9215  things to do  ���lltl11*,  -^^     a*���*. at\     r ��� �����  on the  sunshine coast  Sea Kayak  Tours and Rental!  on lair weather daya In winter  SUNSHINE KAYAKING LTD.  886-9760   (iibsons, B.C.   VISITOh  WELCOME  I \  . !0���R hARBOUK  Olr CLUBjBfe  .Itu  Power Cara Available  Lounge 4 Snack Bar  Hwy. 101,2 knit, north ol Harden Bay turnoll  Phona 883-9541  Raven's Cry  THEATRE  presents  taint trsirn Ml  Frrqurnt Vlokmr. (kVijiiiml  Nudity, Cdsne language and Sdgncstlvf Scenes  Come in and Browse  SHOW PIECE GALLERY  ���Rtmilm In Olbaona whllt Show Hat*  Fiamaa li ra-locallng to Wllion Croak  Plan.   Com In lor ln-atora apaclalt  throughout October  CUSTOM FRAMING  886-9215  Show Piece Gallery  280 Cower Poinl Rd., Gibsons landing 886-9213  SHOWTIME*: 8:00PM  Sun. Oct 20, Mon. Oct 21, Tues. Oct. 22  TICKET PEHCE&  /Adults $6 ��� Students$4.50  Seniors & Children JUfider Twelve $3  COMING  ATTRACTION  HOT SHOTS  Ocl 27,!l,l2ttk  lalad Malaie, Occairanlt Vary  Caaiia lja|l)|t and S��||*lli���� Scaaai  mn  RW,  m  liid  ^S!-��-      ��� >���.   ..,,..,���.��      a a .1  Featured Restaurant of the Week  The Omega  Steak   Seafood   Pizza * Pasta  Lunch  Monday - Friday  Dinner 7 days a week  Business lunch and dinner  specials  Overlooking Gibsons  Harbour   886-2268  FAMILY DINING       jj   NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Andy's Restanuinl ��� Lunch and dinner  special every day. Eveiy Wednesday night is  Prime Rib Nighl. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, pizza.  Thai food and lots of NEW dishes Don't  miss Andy's great Brunch Buffet every  Sunday from Ham - 2:30pm. Hwy 101,  Gibson's, 886-3388 Open Sunday and  Monday 11am -9pm, Tuesday ��� Saturday  I lam ��� 10pm.  Blue Heron Inn - Enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay from your table at the Blue  Heron Inn, located on thr waterfront at  Porpoise bay. Relax and enjoy a superb  dining experience. Reservations are required  for dinner. Open Tues. ��� Sun New Lunch  hours are: llam-2pm Reg dinner hours  5pm-l0pm. 885-3847  lite Bolt H0U9e-Just a ferry ride away in  beauuful Horseshoe Bay, offering dialy  choices of fresh and flash froaen seafood from  the West, East and Gulf Coasts as wdl as a  variety of other specialties. Join us after 3 pm  for dinner or for our spectacular Sunday  Brunch, served between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Fnendly service in a relaxed atmodphere and  fabulous meals are just some of the reasons  you'll keep coming back. If you have in important rendezvous or a ferry to each, plane  let us know and well make the necesuay accommodations. For reservations call 921-8188.  AD major credit cards accepted.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere  with warm, helpful staff. Homemade pastas,  quiches and daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients ��� both healthful and  delicious. Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious dessens are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders for  the beach and cappucino are available. The  Coast's bistro...as unique as the Coast itself.  Monday to Salurday, 9:00 am - 5:00pm  dosed Sunday. Teredo Square, Secheh.  Phone ahead for your lunch! 885-9962.  Coast dub Cafe- Bright, open, casual  dining for breakfast and lunch. Fresh is the  order of the day for all of our menu items. Big  burgers, pasta dishes, Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and a variety of daily features.  With a European flair, the Coast Club Cafe  offers dining at reasonable prices. Open from  6 am daily. Join us for weekend brunch. 5319  Wharf Ave., Secheh, 885-9344. Visa, Mastercard and American Express accepted - seating  fortt.  Haid-A-Way Restaurant Bring the  wtiole family and join us for great dining at the  Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor  Im, on Hwy. 101 al Park Rd. Our friendly,  helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere  will add lo your enjoyment of our excellent  breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, which includes a children's section. We're open Sun. to  Wed. from 5:30 am until 9 pm, and Thun. to  Sal. from 5:30 am until 10 pm. Sunday our  regular breakfast menu is offered from 5:30-10  am. In addition we offer a fabulous Sunday  Buffet Brunch, 11 am -2:30 pm, featuring a  scrumptuous salad bar, with a large selection  of hot and cold dishes and dessens. Eat to  your heart's content. Reservations 8864501.  55 seats phis banquet room.  IV Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House ��� with a perfect view of  Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere,  the Omega is a people-watcher's paradise.  You'll often see Bruno Gerussi, former aar of  the Beachcombers, dining here. Menu includes  pizza, pasta, steaks and seafood. Steaks ml  seafood are iheir specialties. Banquet faaa'tics  available. Very special children's menu.  Averse dinner foi two: $30. Reservations  recommended. Located in Oibaons Laming at  1538 Oower Point Rd. 886-2268. Open for  Lunch Man. -Fri., 11:30-2.30; Dinner Miy  4-9 pm, Fri. 4 Sat., 'til 10 pm.  Vane Restaurant Cory famiy a*  cafe **h an extcrrt* menu featuring awoal  paau (Wiee, aaak and ��afood dinnart. Come  in and check out our daily lunch and dam  specials or hive breakfaat anytime. Saturdays  m Prime Rib rights. PuBy licenced, ten 7  days a walk, Mon. - Thun., 7 am to I pm;  FH..Sat.(ASun.,7��nlo9pm.S��5Gjwrie  Street, Sad*. ttS-Nll. Vtaa A Maawuri  Creek House - Intimate dining and European cuisine in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere. We serve rack of lamb, duck, crab,  dams, scallops, steaks, also daily sped*.  Reservations recommended. Roberts Oeek  Road and Beach Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6  pm. dosed Mondays A Tuesdays. V. MC.40  HW Wharf- Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week. BreathtaU^  ocean view and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best. Sunday  Brunch from 8 am ��� 2 pm. Puily licensed and  air-conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural beauty  of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our many  homestyle specialities in the pub; or Ihe  casual surroundings of our family restaurant  Our "Skookum Burger" is a challenge to the  biggest appetite. New Pub hours Monday -  Friday 11:30 - 11:30, Saturday and Sunday  11:00 to closing. New Kitchen hours:  Monday - Friday 11:30 ��� 7 30, Saturday and  Sunday 11:30 to 8:30 Backeddy Pub -  located 1/2 mile north of Egmont on Maple  Road.  Cedan Neighbourhood Pub -  Great food every day all day. Appetizers and  full menu along with terrific daily specials,  available 'till 9 pm every night. We're known  for our great atmosphere and good times.  Sun. - Thun. open 'till midnight, Fri. A Sal.  open "till I am. Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. B86-8I71.  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 two, $30  We're now open Wednesday through Sunday  12 noon till 11 00 pm with our kitchen open  from noon til 8:00 pm. Pender Harbour,  883-1145, MC.V, Fully license  FINE DINING  Mariners' Restaurant - on the  waterfront with one of the most spectacular  views in Gibsons, the Mariners' specializes  in fresh and live seafood, and also offers a  full range of breakfast, lunch and dinner  entrees along with delicious daily specials  1500 Marine Drive, Gibsons Landing, 886-  2334. Open every day Sam- 10pm (cloacd 3-  3pm) 100 scats. V MC.  The Terrace at Honniebrook - The  Ten ace al Bnnnicbtook. offers superb West  Coasl cuisine in a picturesque and relaxing  lodge selling We offer fresh local BC food,  expertly prepared in a varied menu of  appetizers, entices and desserts. Follow  Oower Point toad to Ocean Beach  Esplanade Our hours are Fri. Sat, Sun 5 30  ��� 9 30 pm To hook special events, please  call 816-2887  EAT IN - TAKE OUT  EmteAGwca'iMvrlii Tiktou.or  ddhwy. Pin,, ttmsi. ofcds. burn.  cMckoi. dam, drinb. tor arm Flte home  ddlvay tssttm) 4 miks, Atm S pm only, on 110  minimum onkn. Sunt ctmjc for onto,  under 110 Hwy. 101, OOaom. M6-7II3. 12 Coast News, October 21, 1991  Industrial    AUTOMOTIVE      Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  ^   Mon.in.6-b Sat B-h Sun lu-jy  (    SUNCOAST TIRE* MECHANICAL LTD    ^   Daaftnated>mwtlWn Facility   ALPINE TRUSS  Huh: 886-8888 >N. Res: 886-8801  ^COMPETITIVE  PRICES  Trusses made bar* on lha luaahiaa Coaal  Monty ipant at homa ttaya al homo.       J  8855 y^*. Res:  MIDWAY'PQWERT  SERVICES LTD:  Private & Industrial  Electrical Contractor  High j. Low Voltage Power Lines  Hag No 16135 flflj.QAflg  ("Ik BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE^  "Complete Bobcat Services"  ��� Excavating ��� Ba  ��� Trenching ��� Landi "  24 Hour  Service  (Ming ��� Retaining Walls -  Construction - Drainage  I538fe)  < 1221, Gibsons  BC VON IVO  KALTTIRE  If we sell it...ive guarantee it!  5633 Whart Road, Sechelt ��� 885-7927  V 24III. 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BC VON IVO Cs>.  iffonLUFF Drywall?  Residential & Commercial  TOM  886-9691  BRENT  886-9495  EXCAVATING  (604)885-7576^  Messages 885-5281  KITT EVANS  Construction  18 Years In FOUNDATIONS ��� FRAMING ��� RENOVATIONS  CONCRETE SERVICES  CONSTRUCTION  R.  :N,  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand & Gravel  CONCRETE  .1 C.HBT PLANT  885-7180  o  Excavation, Sewer. ��jl     lI'F'llp  Water, Grading, 'E7ftl��fiH1i  SuOdivision Design |/J|Sjon  and Development 0mmm\W*aa'  V  886-2182 or8859840 *mmTi*j  CHAR'S  BULLDOZING  EXCAVATIONS & GRAVEL QQ�� Q081  LAND CLEARING oou ,n;oj--  Vkoau huilding  CHAR OR I'  )AVK,  SIAVINC. THI M WIIM  well i mens        alBA��NL.  curbs eic 886-8174  (04Ml  ANT   I  Swanson's  ^Dispatch  Ready-Mix Ltd  F��  _-i'i^Miiii -    -   .���rttimmis���i      i ran -  tjMWj     | i 815-53331   [h5-222B)  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Box 172, B417 Burnet Rd., Sechelt  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  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NOTE: Addlllonal plck-upt, Prall, Oowaf Pt��� 9:30 i.m��� King, Vaiarana,  5:35a.m. WooOcnak 5:40a.m.  FARES Adults  Seniors  Children Stud   Coirnn  Tickets  Out ol Town   St SO    SI 00      75    si 00        St 25/nde  In Town 75 75      75        75  These transportation schedules sponsored by  SuKCMftt  INSURANCE  Notary '^'���   5"       IINSUKANCE TRAVEL  ^^P^ 886-2000 886-9255  Red Carpal Service From Friendly Profaialonala In Sunnycresl Mall, Qlbaona.  . Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  IM 885-2360  **���**     Hwy 101. across Sl.  PROPANE INC. Irom Big Macs, Sechelt  il  SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  Complete Sales it Installations  SHOWROOM Op��n TuM.-Sal.  5631 What! Rd." ��t��-T171 >  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  ��� CABINETS ���  800-9411  ���Showroom Kern's Plaia.Hwy 101  Open Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm J  SALES ft INSTALLATION  The Floor Store at Your Door  With Free In-Home Shopping  Hardwood ��� Ceramics ��� Wall Tiles ��� Glass Tiles  Ana Rugs ��� Carpets ��� Linoleum ��� Floor Tiles ��� Marble  Glass Blocks  8853582 ��� 886-8868  Mon- Sat. 9:30-5:00pm  Showroom 4349 Hwy. 101 WHaon Creek  Trivd   ���  Prataitionilf   |  .-  ���-,'>'1��|.'v��ft'Ci''Vi''.'C';"i Jf3f!f ':-*'r���-''  .H^k-ieiLi'-X-^iitX k u&S&ZZJZt', .��� .-  ���       -i-J' r.r.-f pe. r:r  I  I   -  ��� ��� '  '..".���        .....    ���..." Coast News, October 21,1991  13  Billy Bishop outstanding  by Rulh Forrester  The presentation of John  Gray's BILLY BISHOP GOES  TO WAR at the Ravens Cry  Theatre last week was outstanding in its absolute professionalism. The duo of Jon Bryden and  Ross Douglas had the audience  completely captivated right from  the opening number - We Were  off to Fight the Hun -  Somehow it Didn't Seem  Like War at All - through to  the final scene when Canadian  flying ace Bishop, regarded by  some of the military upper echelon as a "colonial", was awarded  the    Victoria    Cross,    the  Distinguished Service Order and  the Military Cross by King  George V for his flying prowess  in World War I.  Jon Btydon portrayed some fifteen different characters, leaving  no doubt as to their identity,  combining comedy, tragedy and  drama. Particularly outstanding  and amusing was his version of  Lady St. Helier doing her best to  "groom" a rather harum-scarum  Canadian airman for introduction  into British high society.  Much credit must also go to  Paul Williams' set and lighting  design. The mid-air battles were  extremely effective and dramatic,  with flashing gun fire and sound  effects produced entirely by Jon  Bryden and Ross Douglas.  To date, Beach House  Productions, responsible for  bringing such shows to the  Sunshine Coast, have proven to  be right on top when it comes to  the calibre of its presentations.  Once the idea catches on that  this is the case, there is no doubt  the Raven's Cry Theatre will be  filled to capacity at each show. It  just takes time for a new theatre  anywhere to "catch on", as this  one surely will.  Thea Puri's  $10,000  smile  to go  with a  $10,000  cheque  Jack Harman's monumental art  Quitting smoking pays off  After moving to Roberts  Creek with his wife, Elaine,  sculptor Jack Hartnan and his  son Stephen arc Hearing completion of a new foundry to cast his  own work. Soon after his arrival  he won the commission to do a  12 foot equestrian sculpture of  Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II  for Parliament Hill in Ottawa.  Three months later he won  the Peacekeeping Monument  I \/4  ������^M.Ls^t 'r\>  Fall is herc.and so is recent arrival Mike Mavin who got right to work  dealing with the clutter cf leaves. J  commission, also for Ottawa.  This involved the design of a  large space that includes three 10  foot bronze figures. These are  the largest sculpture projects  commissioned for Ottawa since  the War memorial over SO years  ago.  This tour will be an opportunity to see the whole process of  creating monumental sculptures  from the original idea, through  the different stages, to the full  size sculptures in the modelling  stage.  Other monumental sculptures  created in Harman's studio in  North Vancouver and cast in  bronze at his previous foundries  include: Family Group, Pacific  Press Building, 12 feet high;  Miracle Mile, Bannister &  Landy, Empire Stadium, 9 feet  high; Themis, Goddess of  Justice, Vancouver law Courts,  12' high; and Harry Jerome,  Stanley Park, 9 feet high.  Harman was forced to move  when the foundry building in  Gastown was purchased for the  construction of a senior housing  project. However, he is pleased  that the move was the right  choice, and he enjoys life on the  Sunshine Coast.  The Studio Tour will take  place at 2 pm on Saturday Oct.  26. The meeting point will be  the corner of Leek Road and  Highway 101. Fee for tlte tour is  $7 per person, limited enrollment. Call Annele Shiozaki,  885-5544, for reservations.  Sunshine Coast  'ICES   DIREC  JOME IMPROVEMENTS  MISC. SERVICES  JOYNER HOME SERVICES  VINYL SIDING ALUMINUM SUFFITS  LIFE TIME WARRANTY.  Supply & Install From New: $1.75 sq ft  Removal $2.25 sq ft  Seeielt  A TIP Store  Highway lot. Box 2549, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone (604) 885-5756-Fax (604) 885-2758        j  FIR8T CANADIAN ACCOUNTING SERVICES  HON. ��� SAT. 8:00 6:00PM SUN. 10:002:00PM   8S��0939   (Vtm  PC    LTD  Your Full Floor Covering Store  "Quality ce Service Wilh a Friendly Smile"  Fiee Estimate - 885-3966 - Tom Styles  MARINE SERVICES  J  &  mccaneer  Marina ii Resort Ltd  Located in Seciel Cove 885-7188  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 YEARS  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K * C TttiMioglisi if**^ V&W'  Cobra Boats now  **m    iui'SLKSL  In-Stock  [OUTBOARDS  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE^  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & T  Chris Nepper 888-34*8  R.R.M, S6, C78,  Gibsons. B.C. VON IVO  & Beams      t^LU  LANDSCAPING  * Motel t. Campsites  ' Marine Repairs'  ll Water Licences  ��� Waler Taxi  " ire ami Tackle  mm.  S & G TREE SERVICE  I*Vj^o|��*!g ��� Trimming ���Pruning. Brush Chipper  r^m- Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  MS-3W7  Cornell's Marin* service'  ����ulfF TO Alt MAKES  'DArtr  'Boat  located it tost Sumhlne Coast Hwy.  Next to Kenmac Para  SHOP888-M08 tstS SSIMSO  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  In an effort to try to stop  smoking, Thea Puri of Gibsons  spent $4 on Instant lottery tickets instead of a package of  cigarettes. Her switch paid off  when she scratched and won  $10,000 on a GOLD RUSH  Instant ticket.  Puri, 27, was at Trail Bay  Hardware with her mother where  she purchased four Instant lottery  tickets. By correctly matching  Ihree $10,000 symbols, Puri  won $10,000 instantly.  "My first words were, 'I won  $10,000," explained Puri. "My  mother said, 'Did not'." After  checking the ticket several  times, both Puri and her mother  Irene realized it was a winning  ticket. "I ran and found my  boyfriend Phil and said, 'I won  $10,000', but he didn't believe  me either," said Puri.  Eight years ago, Puri won  $100 and a $50 prize, also on  Instant lottery games. Puri, who  works for a daycare cenlre in  Gibsons, plans to pay some  bills with her winnings and possibly travel to Calgary for a  weekend away from home, she  said.  A safe and happy Hallowe'en  *Ensure your children carry  identification, with their name  and address, concealed in their  clothing.  *Avoid injury. Make sure costume lengths are above the ankles and that accompanying  swords, canes or sticks are not  long or sharp. Be sure that costumes are made of flame-resistant material.  *Avoid full-face masks that  inhibit vision and make breathing difficult.  *Be certain your child can be  letters to the editor  seen by motorists. Attach a  high-visibility Halloween glow  button and light stick to their  costume.  'Children should not trick or  treat alone. Make sure they go in  a group, supervised by an adult.  Trick-or-treating plans of older  children who are going out in a  group should be discussed with  parents.  *Trick-or-treat only on familiar neighborhood blocks.  'Instruct children not to enter  unfamiliar homes. And children  should know the Block Parent  Homes in their area.  'Insist your child bring home  all candy to be checked before  eating.  'Remind children traffic rules  still apply. Obey the lights and  do not dart behind narked cars.  Do not criss-cross the street;  trick or treat along one side, then  the other.  'Have children stay in lit areas  and avoid parks and schoolyards.  Elva  My mother died in September.  Elva was a profoundly loved and  lovable person.  She had lived on the Sunshine  Coast for five and a half years,  although mostly she believed  she was still in Whitby,  Ontario, where she had been part  of the community for over 40  years. This gave her comfort. To  make the Coast more homelike,  she gave many people here back-  East names. Her increasing confusion contributed to a gift - that  of a ready-made Western counterpart to her previous life.  Sometimes these pasl years I  have thought our creator must  have a cruel sense of humour.  That which we value most is often taken and we are bereft. For  Mom, the most important attribute she possessed was her  dignity; it had made it possible  for her to conduct herself,  throughout a difficult marriage  and the raising of five children,  with tremendous courage and an  unremitting sense of self. These  past years I have seen losses: tin-  loss of her short-term memory,  the loss of inhibitions, the loss  of the trappings of her faith -  though not her faith - and, I  feared, the loss of her dignity.  However, Mom was able to  retain a home, a degree of privacy, a sense of herself and a  continuing sense of identity in  the face of seemingly insurmountable problems Tlie reason  she was able to do so - and to  have a valid and valued place in  our community - was due to the  presence of Kiwanis Care Home.  When Mom's problems became alarmingly evident almost  six years ago, and when I first  saw that tragic look of bewilderment in her eyes, I visited the  local care facilities in Ontario.  Mom had been 'ruggedly independent', in her doctor's words;  her name was not on any wailing lists. We had loved her too  much to nish her; had waited to  be forced into making a decision.  I brought Elva home with me.  Later, she became part of  Kiwanis Care Home. Through  Mom, I was introduced to a facility which I have come to feel  is the best of its kind.  Immediately upon Mom's admission, Ihe staff members gave  me confidence and I saw that  there was wisdom, continuity  and strength. They became  Mom's extended family. The  staff - all phases of staff; office, ,  kitchen, housekeeping, laundry,  maintenance, activity - as well  as nursing, defies description.  Etch one cares; each one contributes to enriching the lives of  residents as well as residents'  families. They were ahle to  maintain my mother's dignity,  to maintain her sense of sepa-  raleness, her individuality. Thus,  I was mostly able to do so too.  I have not met a group of  more caring, empathetic, warm  human beings than those whom  I know at Kiwanis. They made  my mother's last years as good  as they could be. They allowed  me to be part of her life, yet not  consumed by it. We are all of us  so fortunate to have these exceptional people and this facility in  our midst. I,am honoured to  know them; I am forever in their  debt.  Gayle Stelter  System  archaic  This system we call democracy truly amazes me. It's no  wonder it usually rumbles along  like an endangered dinosaur. Our  current system of sending people  to office is so archaic you need a  gas mask when you visit the  legislature. It's absurd that we're  still using a political system developed over a century ago: a  system developed before the invention of cars, radios, computers and satellites. Life is about  evolution; who decided politics  was exempt? Thank God the  Russians have seen the light.  When are we going to learn?  Last night the NDP were  swept to power with a massive  majority of 31 seats, but they  received less of the popular vote  than they did in the last election!  How will a system fare that  gives a party a majority wilh  less than forty percent of the  voles? The Socreds still retained  24 percent of the vote and got  only seven seats.  With the Liberal's share, thai  means that almost two thirds of  the electorate voted AGAINST  the NDP. Harcourt will probably  make a good premier, but what  about Ihe rest of his back-woods  rookies? The NDP will surely  encounter their fair share of  scandals.  So now we're stuck for another four years with a majority  government who can, and probably will, do as they please. Will  those two thirds of the electorate  who didn't vote NDP really be  served? I think not. Status-quo,  here we come; partisan politics.  Let's nol forget - absolute power  corrupts absolutely. We need  proportional representation in  politics, as in Germany and  Australia, where every vote  counts. In those countries, if 30  percent of the population vote  for a given party, they will be  assured 30 percent of the share of  the legislature or parliament. I  don't feel properly represented by  this new monopoly in Victoria,  and I'm sure a substantial percentage of British Columbians  feel the same way. I voted  GREEN.  Keith Thirkell  Stealing starts  early in life  With a bit of shock and a lot  of disappointment, I learned that  acts of vandalism and stealing  begin early on the coast.  Last Friday afternoon my son  returned to the change rooms at  the Gibsons Pool, after lessons,  to discover every article of  clothing missing, from shoes to  underwear! Witnesses informed  me that the thieves were grade 3  age, but no one could or would  come forward to supply names  of the offenders or the  whereabouts of the clothing.  Presently, there are no means  available of securing personal  items in the change areas.  I am sad, disappointed,  frustrated and discouraged to  learn the hard way that abuse of  personal property starts in ones  so young with no care or  conscience toward others.  Nora Wood  Elementary  suggestion  Editor's  note:   A  copy of  the following was received  for publication.  To Mrs. Johnston:  I am not too happy with your  rude interruptions during the  CBC debate on Oct. 8/91. I  suggest you take an elementary  peer counselling course. This is  what you'd learn: No  interruptions; No facemaking;  No rude gestures; No laughing  while others are talking; No  name calling.  Please consider.  Jillianne McNevin Baron  Age 12, Grade 8 *��   uusi  fbbler Ltd.,   vle\RepaanaAccesacmes  ~*4  sports  She's perhaps a little unsure of her balance bul the wide open surface of  Sechelt Arena leaves a lul of room for practice for Sunshine Coast Figure  Skating Association lessons. J  bowling scores  High scores to Oct 13 are as  follows:  ('lassie: Pain Lumsden, 282-  927;  Sue  Whiting,  298-935;  Michele   Whiting,   312-983;  Monty Millin, 270-915; Walter  Kohuch, 271-981.  Tuesday    Coffee:    Wendy  Craighead,   242-624;   Grace  Northcott, 219-634.  Swingers:  Grace Gilchrist,  226-654; Marge Nicholson, 306-  696; John Thome, 231-609.  (iibsons   "A":  Eve Corlett,  224-618; Dave Morane, 293-  666; Freeman Reynolds, 291-  674; Leif Nelson, 280-703.  Slou gh-offs:      Darlene  Humbird,   240-650;   Megan  Thomson,   263-661;   Lynne  Pike,300jk-684;      Lucille  Clipper, 282-808.  Ball & Chain: Pant Lumsden,  248-650; Sue Whiting, 260-674;  Bcrnie Lindsay, 274-720.  Phuntastique: Elda Findlay,  246-660; Roy Brandstrom, 265-  650;  Ron  Webber, 245-675;  JetTy Mielke, 296-679.  Sechelt   (i.A.'s: Irene Haar,  304-725; Cliff McConnell, 261-  717.  Y.B.C.    Pee    Wees:   Sara  Hook, 141-231; Jamie Humbird,  141-236; Lars Brusven,  139-  223.  Bantams: Lynetle Brainerd,  203-449; Brandon Turenne, 219-  510.  Juniors:  Rochelle Turenne,  205-473; Erik Johnston, 171-  469; Ryan Swanson, 184-481;  Kris Roepke-Todd, 293-694.  TIDE TABLES  One   Time   Ht.FI.  5:00 12.7  21 10:40 8.0  MO  4:35 13.8  11:20 4.8  Date   Time HI.-Ft.  im T9  25  8:16 149  FR   1:35 10.4  6:30 14.0  Cite   Time Ht.Ft,  5:50 13.4  2211:25 8.6  TU  5:00 13.9  11:50 3.6  Dile   Time   HI-FI.  1:45 T.S  26  9:10 151  SA  2:25 10.9  7:05 13.8  Dais   Tlma   Ht.Ft. | Data   Tlma   Ht.FI  Data    T5o    T6  27   9:05    15.1  SU  2:20    11.2  6:50   13.5  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson f�����SJiTl^.'S���?'" .,. ,  _      ,,,     _.        .       , _, 1 hr. 40 mln. plus 8 min. lor each It. ol n  Pacific Standard Time md 7 mm. ior .km h. 01 im  Cedars Inn  88^3008  Book Now.'  For your Christmas  Banquet or Party  395 Sunshine Coast Hwy.  (Across from Sunnycrest Mau)  GREAT SELECTION Or  NHL  LICENCED  JERSEYS,  T-SHIRTS. &  HATS  INTRODUCING  CALIFORNIA  CRA-ZEE  WEAR  10%  VUARNET  CLOU"  TRAIL BAY  SPORTS  .fHX.  MON SAT. 9:30 5:30  FRI. 9:30 9:00.  Closed StmJ.iv  * COWRIE ST.. SECHELT B��5 25lzT  on the rocks  by Harry Twnar  Curling, Ihe roaring game, got  underway lasl week and hopefully the daytime sunshine will  nol lake the ice out again. I understand we lost it once this season already. Curling is a winter  game and, unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your outlook), winter has not arrived yel.  Until the nineteenth century,  curling was known only in  Scotland, but in the early years  of the century, the game came  with Scottish immigrants to  Canada. It has now spread to the  colder parts of Europe, Sweden,  Norway, Switzerland and even  Russia. Lately, it has established  itself in New Zealand, Australia  and - would you believe it -  Africa! Tlte most recent converts  to the game are the Japanese.  Each curling leant has a skip  who directs the play and calls the  shots that leant members have to  execute. His/her word is law on  the ice and Ihe rest of the team  members must follow those instructions to the T (if they wish  to).  In Ihe good old days, there was  no question. The skip stands in  the house and, by means of hand  signals, brush signals or excited  shouting, lets the players know  exactly (well, almost) what is  expected of them. One player is  supposed to throw the stone,  two are supposed to sweep and  the other player (guess who)  stands idly by and supervises.  Whal a game!  We have a clinic set for the  nighl of Monday, Ocl. 21. Il  will be conducted by Carol  Skytte, Tom McDonald and  Glen Fraser. Come on out and  learn the fundamentals of the  game.  Over Ihe nexl few weeks as  play gets underway, I will tell  you a little more about this incredible sport. Jusl like golf,  where else could it have come  from but Scotland?  If you arc interested in joining  the Gibsons Winter Club, registration is now taking place for  the IWI-92 season. Registration  forms can be picked up al  Linnadine's Shoes and Gibsons  Building Supply in Ihe Upper  Town, and Truffles or Jusl for  You in the Lower Town. Just  drop them offal Ihe club.  If you cannot take the time lo  pick up a form, you can phone  the club at 886-7512 or contact  one of the following members:  June Fransden al 886-9815 or  Brenda Balon at 885-7729 for the  evening leagues; and Kathie  Lesik at 886-3567 or Evelynn  Ross at 886-8858 for the afternoon ladies. For information  about the seniors league, contact  Gil Bromley at 885-7569.  Curling starts in early October  and the club is a good place to  meet new friends.  Vicious dogs in park  Dog owners who walk their dogs in parks and fail to keep  them on a leash or who are unable to control them will face  stricter enforcement of Regional District dog control bylaws.  Parks Committee Chairman Jeremy Frith, describing a recent incident when two (treat Danes and two Boxers attacked a smaller dog and and the owner was unwilling or unable to control them, called for the stricter enforcement of  existing laws.  "Parks are for people's pleasure," he declared. "There are  probably more incidents of this than we hear of. These irresponsible owners should be given a warning the first time, but  the second time they should be barred from the park."  SPCA  NEWS  A special  home is  needed for  Ihis five  month old  neutered  kilty.  A car  accident  partially  amputated  his tail - nol a  good start for  such a sweet  cat! If you  can provide a  laving home  for him,  please call  885-4771.  Edwards Lake dam  The construction of the dam to increase the storage capacity of Edwards Lake as part of the Regional District's water system is now complete and PUC Chairman Jim Gurney  commended the construction crew on the job.  "The impaci is minimal and the structure is unobtrusive,"  he said. "In another couple of years you'll never know anything was done. When the lake fills it will provide 150 million  gallons of storage.  "It was a difficult job, with most of the materials and  equipment flown in by helicopter."  Edwards Lake was named after RAF officer Martin  Edwards who was killed in World War 2. A plaque to his  memory will he placed at the site of the new dam.  ^rwGlYWp-  FRESH ORGANIC UECGIESl  OUTDOOR MARKET Thursdays & Fridays.  IN-STORE DISPLAY All other days.  Come in & get healthy!  VARIETY KSifh FOODS  The BIGGEST Little Store ill Gibsons Landing 886-2936  CA^P^  PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST  ALL AGES ARE WELCOME TO BRINCr THEIR OWED PUMPKINS 10  SUNNYCREST MAILJf ��� Mft octs*ff  KIDSiMEET THE GREAT PUMPKIN!  ON SATURDAY OCT 26 FROM ll*>AM 'TIL 3'���� PM  FINAL JUDGING- 3PM SAT, FOLIOWED BY PRIZEGIVING  cat f]h%- COME  OALUvj I 40. TO THE������  fips North  Cloaks  767 North Rd.,  (iihsons. B.C.  26 ADULT ORIENTED  SINGLE LEVEL  TOWNHOMES  Phase 3 & 4  Now Starting  tsstmmmsAmmMmitMwAmmm  For more information  please call  Twin Oaks  Development Corp.  886-4680  SWIMMING POOL SCHEDULE  Tuesdays 6 Thursday*;  Senior Fitness 10:00-11:00  Senior Swim  Adapted Aquatic  Lessons  Adult Lessons  Public  Mondays t Wedanesdays;  Early Bird 6:30-8:30  Aqua Fit 9:00-10:00  Parent&Tot 10:30-11:00  Noon Swim 11:00-1:00  Lessons 3:30-7:30  Swm Club 7:30-8:30  Lengths Only/Masters 8:30-10:00  Saturday; Sunday;  Public 2:00-4:00     Family  Public 5:00-7:00     Public J  Gibsons Pool will be hosting a NLS/AEC course In  Nov. '91. Pre-rtqulslt*    Bronze Cross 6 16 years  of age. For mora Inlormation on course data, times,  and lees, phone Lynn at Qlbaona Pool (966-9415)  or leave message at 665-3716,  Gibsons Swimming Pool  886-9415  11:00-12:00  2:30-3:30  3:30-5:30  5:30-6:00  6:00-8:00  Fridays;  Early Bird  6:30-6:30  Aqua Fit  9:00-10:00  Senior Swim  10:00-11:00  Noon Swim  11:00-1:00  Swm Club ^m  lb    3:30-5:30  Public      *m  ���,   5:30-7:30  '   ."T- ff   f,-  a-.    I;.-- ������;..",:    ��   ���'������ ���;; .���[   *.    >;-.���  ��� ::���."," :ri- - -  ���- - - -^ LL -'  ^km* Coast News, October 21, 1991 15  business  It pays to give a prospective home the 'eagle eve'  From the moment you walk     your home. And you'll know �� *  From the moment you walk  through Ihe front door, you  know the decorating tastes' of  the current owner and yours are  as incompatible as oil and waler.  You didn't realize anyone still  had shag carpet, let alone red  shag! And the bedroom wallpaper! It would induce nightmares,  not sleep!  But no matter how diametrically opposed your tastes are lo  lhal of Ihe seller, these are still,  after all, cosmetic problems that  can be changed with a bit of  lime and money. When looking  at a home, the secret is not to let  cosmetic appearances, tasteful or  otherwise, distract you from  finding out if the home is indeed  sound.  The soundness of basic structure should give you much more  cause for concern than the red  shag. A cursory glance around  the home won't suffice. Instead,  when you're about to tour a  home, do a thorough inspection  by bringing along a screwdriver,  flashlight and a pair of  binoculars.  With these inspection tools  in hand, you'll be able to gather  valuable information about the  house you're considering making  your home. And you'll know  whether the home has been well-  maintained or if it needs major  repairs. Either way, it will aid  you in making your decision  about the house.  Where do You Start?  As soon as you're at the location, do a visual check on the  house alignment. Make note of  any uneven settlement. Do any  of the windows or doors or the  roof indicate possible problems?  Is Ihe house leaning? The Tower  in Pisa may be great for the local tourist industry, bul it's the  last thing you need. This could  be a real indication of something  more serious.  Does the home have new siding? Ask when this was done  and why, as il could be covering  up defects. On the siding and  trim, look for evidence of bubbling lo indicate water damage.  If there's brick or stone facing,  look at the mortar and feel it,  too, to make sure it's not crumbling away or about to.  What About Those  Binoculars?  No, you're not looking for a  red-breasted warbler bul, rather,  you want to use Ihem lo take a  good look at the roof. Are there  Announcement  DR. LORNE BERMAN  IS PLEASED TO WELCOME  DR. TERRY WEBB  TO THE  SECHELT DENTAL CENTRE  as an Associate in his practice of  General Dentistry  Saturday Appointments Available  885-3244  Inlet Centre ��� Inlet & Dolphin  NEW BABY?  If you didn't receive our  GIFT PACKAGE  at St. Mary's Hospital, please call  Rosemary Cook 885-5821  Aef  ALLIED  A Free Gift for You  from Sears and Us  The Careful Movers  When you make your move with Allied, in addition to quality seivice  you will receive your own personal "SEARS WELCOME HOME  MERCHANDISE SAVINGS BOOK" tilled with coupons that can add up  to thousands ol dollars in savings on many ol the items you will need  as you settle into your new home. c,��� ,������, ,��� ymr tllE��  noobilg.tloncallm.lf  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local �� Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS   ^ffiKSSB"   886-2664  "...the bedroom  wallpaper! It would  induce nightmares,  not sleep!"  missing shingles? Evidence of  curling or lifting? In what condition are the flashings (the metal  used in roof "valleys")? Scan the  eaves troughs and gutters for any  signs of leakage or breaking.  Soffils (Ihe horizontal surface  beneath roof overhangs) and  walls may show waler slains if  Ihe eaves troughs need work  done.  You slid haven't been inside  the home and look at what  you've checked oul, and you're  not finished yet! Next, look at  the ground immediately surrounding Ihe home. Il should be  built up lo allow water to drain  away from the house.  Don't Forget  Check the exposed portion of  J>y Steve Sawyer  the concrete basement walls for  cracks and make a note in the locations. Some surface cracking  is lo be expected wilh settling  and shifting, but once inside, if  you find the cracks go right  through the wall, this, again,  could indicate a serious problem.  Now that you're inside ihe  home and have finished wiping  your feel, you can continue playing detective. "Efflorescence" is  lhat white chalkiness that sometimes shows up on walls, not a  poltergeist. However, if you  have it, you may indeed wish for  a ghost instead, as it's a definite  sign of dampness. To confirm  this diagnoses, look for water  marks on walls and posts. In  basement areas, rusl on appli-  Concerned About The Quality  Of Your Tap Water?  Feel mora confidant about the  water your family drinks with an  AMWAY WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM  For more Information aboul how simple it Is to Instill t  use, and how It Improves Ihe teste and  quality ol your lap water.  Call laa linos,  R.I.G. Sales & Service 885-7891  How to secure Your Financial Future  ���  Strategy 2000, a free, computerized, personal linancial analysis  Identifies your financial needs, and shows you how to meet them.  Call me today for a demonstration.  Fnnk llafoitw  Suite 1206, Metrotown Place 4330 Kingsway,  Burnaby. B.C. V5H 407  Businms:4300455 ���   Fax:439-1476  Home 942-0824 ��� Call Collect  SunLife-  Tbf Vrynffib nf ibe Sun is )nurs  THE MEDICAL CLINIC  OFGIBSONS, B.C.  wishes to announce  that as of  October 26,1991,  Dr. R. Burlin  will be on a  6 month sabbatical.  Help Spread The Word:  LITERACY  Financial and technical  assistance offered to new and  existing businesses to help  stimulate employment  opportunities and  economic growth.  The Business Development Centre Is a fWera/lu-Flinded Community  FltturesiytignuiiipliimiivtdemiciJIrJtktlmnatili  Employment and MiniigmNoti Canada  Sunshine Coast  Business  Development  Centre  TOUR FIRST  STEP TO  OPPORTUNITY  Ot ir services are provided  freeofchaige  All constitutions are confidential  National Life Assurance  Company of Canada  Lawrence K. Chambers, Cl.ll  The National Life  Assurance Company nf  Canada congratulates  Lawrence K. Chambers, CLU  on his attainment of the  Chartered life Underwriter  designation. The CLU  designation is awarded hy  the Canadian Institute of  Chartered Life  Underwriters and Chartered  Financial Consultants upon  completion of a series of  comprehensive courses on  all aspens of life  underwriting. It is a  recognized symbol of  professional competence.  Mr. Chambers began his  career in the life insurance  business in 1982 and is  dedicated to providing Ihe  highest level of professional  service to his clients.  ante legs niiiy he evidence of  leaks or a sewer hacking up.  The Basement  This is an excellent place lo  find clues to a home's soundness. If you nolice cracks lhal  have been repaired some time  ago and are Mill dry, that's okay.  But if you nolice any new patching, hest enquire aboul why lhal  was done. A newly painted  basement should raise a (lag as it  may have been done to hide a  problem. Make sure aliout ihis,  as Ihe onus is still on you, the  buyer, to beware!  If the house is unfinished, il  will give you a bird's eye view  Mind lite main house walls and  an opportunity to give llie insulation a once-over. One of the  things you should look lor here  is a layer of plastic which acts as  an air/vapor barrier to keep Ihe  damp house air oul of your  walls. It should be located on the  inside of the insulation.  Take Your Screwdriver  Knock on the exposed ceiling  joists. If they don't sound solid,  try sticking the screwdriver blade  into the wood. If it goes in, this  could mean either rot or insect  damage. Then it's lime to have a  professional investigate further.  While you're still in the  basement, give the breaker box a  look too. Today's average home  requires 100 amp service; if it's  electrically heated, it usually  needs 200 amps.  Never      Overlook      the  Plumbing  Is the piping copper, plastic  or galvanized metal? The galvanized version is prone to breakage after 40 years, so - depending  on the age of the home - check  this item carefully.  Although ils nol standard for  most buyers to investigate a  home this thoroughly, don't he  afraid to do il. Your home is a  major investment Many of us  give more consideration to buying a suil lhan we do lo our  house purchases.  If you can, get up into the attic Again, check the insulation  here, and ils thickness. Look for  vent openings at the outside  edges of the attic; these are necessary lo keep air circulating so  the moisture doesn't rot the  wood.  As you complete your house  Inspection, if you are unsure of  anything, ask your real estate  representative for an opinion.  They've seen a good many  homes and can probably give  you some valuable advice. Rut  remember, they are nol experts  in the construction field. If you  are interested in the house hut  not in acquiring a major renovation problem, bring in someone  who can tell you what you absolutely need lo know.  Il's easier lo find house inspectors in the larger centers, but  don't give up in a smaller community. Architects, engineers  and building contractors are all  good leads. Just a word of caution though - avoid a firm that  has a self-interest in doing the  repair work, as you really are  best to go wilh an objective,  unbiased opinion.  If, after all this, you are satisfied with its condition, then we  ��� hope you enjoy all the comforts  of home!  'ciittimit  > to cniir  iboutr  (. Co'"Puter  ( 0"iputer Sv  ' fi C��r> ��rt*  ��o,s5e/Wpa.n(  ' W,"d0lVs 3  $1695.00  i  %  ~&*  'f  :t  atlas  OFFICE SOLUTIONS LTD.  5511 Wharf St., Sechelt  Phone 885-4489 Fax 885-4696  MHNMMMMtMMMMMMi  T*  Msal  he Coast News  salutes the entrepreneurial  spirit of businesses on the Sunshine  Coast. We know you're building more  than a business - you're building a  dream. Let our sales staff help you  make the most out of your advertising  budget, with adolce on marketing strategies and target promotions.  Your business Is Important to us. Our  advertising representatives are here to  help you succeed.  For advertising assistance, call Sechelt,  885-3930, or Qibsons, 886-2622.  THE SUN8MJNE  oast Small Business Week  Most Canadians are unaware  of the contribution small businesses make to the economy.  Take job creation, for example.  Few people know that 80% of  all nel new jobs created in  Canada are in the small business  sector. Of that, four out of ten  Canadians employed in the private sector work for small  business.  This data is important, says  Sandy Highet, Vice President  and Regional General Manager  for B.C. and Yukon Region, because small businesses play a  big part in the economic prosperity of the nation.  "Many people still see large  corporations as the only engines  of growth and job creation. But  this just is not so. Small companies spur increases in the  Gross National Product (GNP),  fosler technological innovations,  open new markets and contribute  lo a positive trade balance  through exports. We owe Ihe  small business sector a lot,"  says Highet.  To increase awareness of the  contribution of small business  and to provide entrepreneurs with  opportunities to meet, learn and  exchange management information, the Federal Business  Development Bank, Ihe  Canadian Chamber of Commerce  and The Ministry of  Development, Trade and  Tourism are organizing Small  Business Week from Oct. 20-  26.  The theme of this twelfth edition of Small Business Week is  "Entrepreneurship - a Natural  Resource". Marking the drive  and ambition of small business  owners from around ihe country,  ihis theme invites people to  consider entrepreneurship as an  inexhaustible resource which,  when cultivated, produces new  wealth for the nation.  Across the province, a schedule of workshops, awards presentations, trade shows, Chamber  luncheons, open houses and  "Business After Business" functions are being organized in  recognition of small business  and ils contribution to our economy. For ihe first time, the  Ethno Business Council of  British Columbia will present  New Canadian Entrepreneur  Awards on Oct. 25 in  Vancouver. Business Success for  Women conferences will he held  Ocl. 10 in Terrace, and Oct. 29  in Kelowna; and Ihe successful  Business Excellence '91 Trade  Show will again be held on Oct.  23 in Victoria.  An exciting management  game of wits and planning,  called "Gold of ihe Desert  Kings", is being organized for  Prince George business people.  For information on local  events across the province, conlacl your local Federal Business  Developmeni Bank or Chamber  of Commerce office.  The Federal Business  Development Bank (FBDB) is a  crown corporation lhat promotes  the creation and development of  business in Canada. It pays particular attention to small and  medium-sized businesses. The  bank provides term loans and  loan guarantees, venture capital  and a broad range of management  training, counselling and planning services. FBDB clients employed 181,000 workers over ihe  pasl year and created an average  or 8000 to 10,000 new jobs each  year over the past five years.  Half of these new jobs were  created in non-metropolitan areas  of the country.  Sechell Mayor Nancy MacLarty (left) was a guesl speaker al Ihe  Business and Profession 'Women's Awards Banquet on Oct. If.  President Myrna Harrison (centre) presented "Business Woman of the  Year Award" to Ruth Moore. I  Entrepreneurial spirit  Research conducted by the Canadian Federation or  Independent Business K'KIBl concludes that firms  burn during recessions (aboul 119,000 during 1981-  82) have better survival prospects lhan those  established during times of economic expansion.  This is because recession start-ups do not have lo  endure the adjustment prucess necessary for firms  born in healthier economic conditions.  Small business workshop  HBV Fire Depatment  Presents  Hallowe'en Fire  Works Display  6:30pm Thurs., Oct 31  at  Coopers Green Park  Free Hot Dogs  For Kids in costume  Hamburgers & Hot Chocolate on sale  Prizes for Best Costume  Fireworks at 7pm  A "Planning a Successful  Business" workshop will be offered on the Sunshine Coast,  Friday Jan. 31 and Saturday Feb.  1, 1992. The program has been  developed by the Ministry of  Development, Trade and  Tourism, and is sponsored by  the local Chambers of  Commerce and the Business  Development Centre.  The workshop uses a case  study method designed lo allow  participants to use their planning  skills on real business situations.  Tlte workshop will be held at  the Sechell Campus of Capilano  College. A business disc video,  while nol used in the actual  workshop sessions, will be  available to the participants for  use on their own time.  For more information on the  workshop, contact the Business  Development Centre at 885-  1959.  No more arrows  Local Realtors are doing their part to clean up the  environment.  "You know those little real estate arrows you see  on the corner of many streets, pointing down the  road? They are to be no more," says Steve Sawyer,  President of the Sunshine Coast Real Estate  Association.  "We unanimously voted, on Oct. 7, to eliminate  these arrows almost entirely. The only exceptions  will be dead-end streets and open houses (usually  conducted on Sundays). We are most anxious to be  seen by the public as good corporate citizens and we  feel that anything we can do to enhance the local  environment is most appropriate in this day and age  of environmental reform."  Sawyer says the association also prohibits the  stapling of any signs to power poles, street signs or  fences and only sanctions professionally prepared  lawn   signs.  WE CARRY UNICEF  CARDS & CALENDARS  Retirement and Insurance Planning Since 1982  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  I  CHAMBERS  Pl*��NINC WHICH  ��� L.K. Chambers, CLU  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800-663-2051  Mm ml funds IkWf ��1lh  Guirdiin Group of Funds Lid.  tt��  The Federal Business  Development Bank presents  Small Business  Wook In Canada  VVeeiV October 20th to 26th  Eiitrepreneurship-  A Nalural Resource  A big week  for small business  Small Business Week October 20th to 26th. An annual event saluting  the owners and operators of Canada's small and medium-sized  businesses, Small Business Week recognizes that entrepntieuis are the  driving force of cm economy.  This year's theme, Enlrepreneunliip - A Natural Resource focuses on  the fact die spirit of entrepreneutsltip is one of our nation's most  important natural resources. Flowing from our businessmen and  women's drive to succeed, it is an inexhaustible resource thai produces  new forms of wealth.  Committed to your success  We finance new and existing businesses.  We provide sound management advice.  We offer practical training  Call us today  666-7703  Federal Business Development Bank  #6-221 West Esplanade  North Vancouver  If   S      M  B      U  I      N  S     S   W  SMALL BUSINESSES CAN HAVE A  MmmamtreAt Bf^^g^M l^p-^ %ss\\s\\ss\\r.aaaaa  CanacH  '     ataATmrlem  At Glassford Press Design Studios we know what it is like  to deal with the problems faced by small businesses.  We are a small business ourselves and the problems  are many and varied.  For instance, we know that your advertising dollar has to produce  the biggest bang for your ouck.  That's where we can help.  Our experience and ideas will help you create a marketing strategy  that will provide maximum impact for minimum outlay.  Why not call us today and have our small business help  your small business.  ��  8     M  GLASSFORD  PRESS  DESiGNSfUiXK  886-8755  B  8     I     N  8     8  If  .    ,-���������  y   ,   .-���������    .i     ���  ���- .-����� ���-. ni.-.:-.'-:.  -  ��� me.  :jfC Coast News, October 21, 1991 17'  CLASSIFIED  BOBCAT ft MINI EXCAVATOR  CLASSIFICATIONS  1. Hone A Property  2. Mrttw  3.  4. kit  5. Thank You  f. Personal  7. Announcement  I. Personal Services  i. Weddings*  10. Lost  11. Found  12. Poll * Livestock  13. Minle  14. Trsvet  19- WMltVQ  16. Free  17. Oarage Sales  II. BortoraTrade  It. For Silo  20. Hoavy Equipment  21. Autot  22. Trucks  23. Compere  24. Marino  28. Mobile Homee  2). Hotorcycln  27. Wanted to Rent  20. Bed a Braakfait  20. For Ron!  30. Entortolnmont  31. Help Wanled  32. Builness A Home Servlceo  33. WorkWontod  34. Child Caro  3). Builnoot Opportunities  30. Legal  DROP OFF YOUR  THE SUNSHINE-  >ast  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 8832888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885-9435  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Strati 885-3930  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 886-9721  In Wilson Creek  WILSON CREEK CAMPGROUND 885-5937  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Bthlnd Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2822  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  There's always service wilh a smile whtn you  place your clatsilleds at B & J Store, our Friendly  People Plact In Halfmoon Bay.  THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $  4  ONE WEEK  (Minimum)  ONE WEEK  (or 10 words  (Births. Losl &  Found FREE)  7%OST  musl be  added 10 ill  our prices  29 utnto for itch addttioMl wtrd  Pay for 2 weeks...get the third week  All Classified Ads Must Be  Pre-Paid Before Insertion  Visa and Mastercard Accepted  SURE SILL CLASSIFIEDS  $15 up to 10 words  $1 ������oh additional word  Vour od, (enuring 1 item, will run 4 consecutive weeks, then will be  cancelled unleae you Instruct us to renew It by noon  Not available tot commerclel advettiseia.  DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  3:00 PM Fridays  OIBSONS 888.2(22 SECHELT 886.3830  (MBSONS FAX 888-7725 SECHELT FAX 885-3(64  Available lor public use  tftfc*  54' lot -10 yr.lease. Ksals  Island. Try your otter. 886-2694.  Wat  Drive up Trail Ave., past the arena  6 discover the new subdivision  "Eagleine*" on Fairview od Lookout. These view lots with underground wlilng are cleared ready  lor your dream home. Signs on  property. Priced Irom $25,000 up.  It  MUST SELL  3 Mm., 3 bath, spectacular view.  Beautilul sunsets. Close lo marinas, shopping, schools. Approx.  2500 sq.ft. 883-9418,968-4310.  SS  3 bdtm. home, almost new, 2  balhs, 1400 iq. It., plus large  garage workshop. Spadous corner lot with many trees. Asking  $145,000. 1228 Fitchett at Veterans Rd. 886-8651. SS  Gibsons Gower Point choicest  waterfront, panoramic view, 1/2  acre, 581-2904 (Surrey).       ss  48' x 330' ol prime low bank  waterlront in Gibsons Harbour  near Gibsons Marina.. House  needs repair but could M lixed up  lor recreational or rental use.  Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2). Double garage plus  storage shed. $189,500. Phone  Jennifer 1 -689-7070. ss  3 yr. old 3 Mm. rancher with 1  AUT1/2 baths, family room in new  subdivision near school. Plus -  adjacent vacant lot, cleared 6 serviced. Not oflered separately,  $162,000,866-3841. #42  Wanted to Irade, qualily 2600 sq.  It. 5-bedroom home In established  residential area, Chilliwack, lor  smaller home on Sunshine Coast.  Some acreage acceptable. For  details, phone 795-5672.     #42  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE  CATALOGUE  5686 Cowrie St.. Box 1219  Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van. Toll Free 684-8016  100' x 185', land $19,900. All  under transmission lines. Near  creek and country walk. 100'lane  frontage. 185' woM fence, built  new included. Grow Roses or  Keep Horse for Summer Holidays.  885-2819. Ring awhile.        #43  Properly with loundation in  Sechell. Close to ocean.  $74,000.1-465-4540. #44  3 Mm. rancher on 1.6 acres on  Pratt Rd. 1350 sq. II, unfinished  addition, 800 sq. It., 1 1/2 bath,  woodslove, pond, vegetable garden, zoning RU3, asking 129,000.  Call 8862226. #43  Wanted to buy ��� house. Will  pay hill price tor your home!!  Good Chtistlan lamily ol lour is  looking lor an agreement lor sale  situation, Sechelt, Davis Bay, Gibsons. Preler newer home with  view, double garage, 1700 to  2500 sq. ft. approx., rancher or 2  storey. Flexible about possession  dale. 885-4128. #43  Believe It or not! In late Oaooot  SundiHaslam purchased a Fertili  ty God statue, while visiting the  Cook Islands. At Christmas, both  ol her daughters announcsd My  were expecting. Anjl so began  the lives of Wendy and Bruce's  daughter, Ashley Paulina Nicholson, bom August 24th all :20 am,  and Albeit and Bette-Lyn's son,  Aaron Paul Richard, bom Augusi  27 at 1:06 am. Great Grandpa  Paul Stroshein, Grandma Sundi  Haslam, together with Greal  Grandma Anne Lyon, Grandmas  Rose Nicholson and Ruth G.  Eger, Grandpa Robert Haslatr  and (Great) Aunti, (Great)  Uncles, and cousins, welcome  God's latest gifts. #42  REITER - Jennie B��� on October  11,1991, in the Royal Columbian  Hospital, New Westminster,  B.C.,aged 63 years. Predeceased by her husband Harry in  1990. Remembered by her  daughters Jean, Margaret, Polly,  Karln, Jacquie, Patricia and son  Colin and their lamilies. 19  grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. A memorial service was  held October 19 In the chapel ol  First Memorial Funeral Services,  Vancouver. Flowers gratefully  dedined in favor of donations to  Ihe B.C. Heart Foundation.       #42  COOKSLEY - PassM away Od.  18, 1991, Vivian Roland Cook-  stay, late of Sechelt. Survived by  his loving wile Christine; sons:  Richard, Nicholas, and Simon;  daughter, Elizabeth; and 5 grandchildren. Funeral seivice Thurs.,  Od. 24 at 1:30 p.m. in St. Hilda's  Anglican Church, Sechelt, Rev.  June Mallin officiating. Cremation  to follow. Devlin Funeral Home,  directors. #42  LITTLE - Oct. 14,1991, Angela  Dawn Little ol 1847 North Rd.,  Gibsons, B.C. Age 25 years.  'Survived by her fiance Denis, her  lather Doug Baird and stepmother  Arlene. Her mother Rosalind ol  Sarnia, Ont., 3 sisters Pamela,  Nancy and Debbie, 2 brothers  Roger and John, and loving  grandparents. Funeral Service  Monday, Od. 21,1991,1:30 pm,  from the Chapel of Devlin Funeral  Home. Interment, Seaview  Cemelary. #42  4.   In Memoriam  Single male age 45, looking for  female companion between age  30-40. 885-2873. #43  Do you neM some information tr  deal wilh your legal problem?  Call the Legal Inlormation Service, 885-5181; Mondays and  Wednesdays 94. TFN  NEED  HELP?  ��� House Cleaning  ���Office Relief  ��� Casual Labour  ��� Construction  Clean-up  We find the people  YOU get the job done.  Westcoast  Workforce  886-3759  TRAGER RELAXATION  BODYWORK  3 tor 2 Introductory Offer. Specializing in Women's Health.  Ellen Besso 8868864.        #42  Shop early lor XMAS with AVON  Call 8863504. #44  let us Hftynur spirits  an3 keep Ihe  drinking driver  off the road  ������-WE DELIVER".  ��h,C��,ftOroarm  ���quorttn mUwwthnn  NODEUVERYTOMMORS  CASH ONLY PLEASt  aafi&aa  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896,886-3463. TFN  Does someone In your family  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 8869903, 885-7484, 886-  9059. Al-Aleen 8862565.    NC  Phone us (May aboul our selection ol beautilul personalizd wedding invitations, napkins, match,  es, stationery and more. Jean-  nies Gifts S Gems 886-2023  TFN  BROOKS 4 MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Bus. 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  Adult children of Alcoholics or dis-  functional families please call  888-2314 or 885-4622 for Iwlp.  :    *  NC  tPeMUcsr���  WYNGAERT ��� In loving memory  ol Frank, who went to be with the  Lord, Od. 15,1989. Loving memories never die. As years roll on  and days pass by, In my heart a  memory is kept ol the one I love.  #42  The Sunshine Coast Home Support Sociely, comprised ol Home  Support, Hospice, Meals on  Wheels, Adult Day Care, gratefully receives 'In Memory' donations. A card acknowledging the  gilt will be sent to the lamily.  Upon request, the donor will  receive an official tax receipl.  Please include name ol  deceased, name and address ol  next-of-kin and donor.        #42  5.   Thank You  MIL RANDY  Call Mn For A Martul Inhitkai  Of Vow fraetrtv  Call Anytime  MS.IWMIII*       VAN. TOIL  BUs.iuit.eio; urtwi-iow  For Sale By  Builder  Quality 3 Bedroom  Rancher Located On  Large, Private Lai  In Wilson Creek  ��� 2X6 CoKslruttlan  ��� hnsuile Plumhlng  - Oak Cabinets  ��� Regency Wood Stove  ��� Many Other  Features  $129,000  GST included  885-7818  I would like lo thank my many  Itiends and relatives and Ihe  Lions Club lor Ihe lovely Ilowers  and cards I received while in hospital. Special thank you lo Dr.  Terry Amiel. Maty E. Williams.  ���42  WekJome new Physiotherapists to  Ihe coast: Vladan Jovicevic ��� Dolphin Physiotherapy Clinic,  Sechelt, 885-2969. Jill Bradford-  Caladrivs, Wellness Centre, Gibsons, 686-2650. #42  w  ROOMS  By day  or week.  Reasonable rales  ^f./atAft   Free Morning  *7j Coflee  (ftltat 886-2419  *^    M.ite|F"'��7,��  Rflli Hwv Mil. Gibsons  UNDER NEW MAH*r,FMCMT  Sat, Oct 19th  Second Treasure  Auction  St. Johns United Church,  Davis Bay Rd. I Simpkins  View: 10am lo 6pm  AUCTION STARTS al  7:00pm. Among the approx.  100 Herns are: chairs 8, table,  bullet, tol-away bed, air com  popper, several prime cut  glass Hems, jewellry original  paintings, slereo. games,  battery lamp, coins, special  books, some truly spedal  antiques. Approx. 100 items d  quality all donated by Church  members to aid building fund.  Od.19...0cl. I9...0cl. 19  LOST?  Let my lingers do Ihe walking  through the cards of fortune.  Send S.A.S.E. to TRUMPS  TAROT SERVICE, Box 2031,  Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0       #43  Monday, Oct. 14/91, Olympus  camera, in parking area for Secret  Beach, Gower Point Rd. 886-  4887 evenings. #42  Small, Iriendly female labby.  Vicinity ol Chaster 8 Pratt. Rd.  886-3911. #42  MISSING - REWARD  Boots went missing  Sept. 21 at approximately 4:30 p.m. from  7923 Lohn Rd. in Halfmoon Bay. Boots was  14 weeks old, a gentle  loving male kitten.  Anyone knowing his  whereabouts, please  call Kent or Carol at  885-7293. Any  information will be  appreciated.  I male ginger coloured kitten,  approx. 5 - 9 months old, Beach  Ave. & Flume Rd. area. 885-3547  or 8867069. #42  Fish tackle box, at North Lake.  883-9415.  12. PetsS  Livestock  #42  Sunshine Coast Artisan/Cralt Fair.  Sat. Nov. 23, Sunnycrest Mall.  For Info, on rental of tables', con-  tad Nancy, 886.8323. 'Seniors  Discount. #44  DIAPER SERVICE  For as little as $10 p/week. Free  pickup 8 delivery. Sechelt Coin  Laundry, 885-3393, Patricia. 885-  6443. #46  BELLY DANCE LESSONS Sun  days, 3:00 p.m. Eagle Fitness,  8864806 or Deborah, 886-8324  ���42  Registered Cardigan Welsh Corgi  puppies. Top show Line.  Inquiries, 885-7434. #43  Free to good home: Airedale  cross male, neulred. 1 yr. old.  ���42  Thank you  To all those wonderful  people who are my  family and friends in  Gibsons and the  mainland, who took the  time out of tiller busy  lives to share my  special day. May you all  be as lucky as I.  UL  IliAtK and Jjftuu  Furniture  Hwy. IOI, Gibsons  Moving  Next Door  Sale  21-29 Oct  Gnnd Re-opening  S.tOrt.2  Flee Codec and Doughnuts  886-1716  Registered Red Champion  Pomeranian, available lor stud.  Chinookwinds Wee Willy. 886.  7372. ��43  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNICAL, NUTROMAX,  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also lull line ol Md seed  and much more.  Quality Farm 1 Garden  Supply Ltd.  Piatt Rd. 886-7527.  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlacl Then 1 Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886  4716 or Marlee Fashions.     NC  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  VIOLIN OR FIDDLE  INSTRUCTION  Michelle Bruce  885-9224  #42  PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRS  For prompt service 6 expert tuning, call Sunshine Piano, 885-  3168. #47  Lyn Vernon School of Music  886-8026  Private instructors: Clarke Steab-  ner - classical guitar, Dave Morgan - jazz 6 pop guitar; Mike  Hursl - jazz & classical piano;  Kelly Smit - flute: Nicholas  Simons-cello. TFN  For sale, upright piano. Good  condilion, $650. 885-0850,  evenings. #42  mJ:  Puerto Vallarto, Mexico. 2 bdrm.,  2 balh condominium, pool, maid  service, 5 mins. walk to town,  south side. Suit 2 couples. $450  p/week to Dec. 15. $750. alter.  885-7168. #43  WAIKIKI - Beauliful 1 bdrm. suite,  sleeps lour, Hawaii Imperial on  Lewers, avail. 24 Nov. - 8 Dec.  Call Myrtle 884-5263. #43  Top $$$ paid for any military  items, lirearms, badges, medals,  bayonets. 866-7591. #42  'Wheel borrow, scaffolding oi  related construction equipment.  921-6114 #43  Buying Beer Bottles * Beer  Cans  We Will Pick Up  80cents/doz.  886-0951.  #46  Princess Elizabeth Margaret Rose  Mug or cup 4 saucer. 886-7565.  #43  Round wood table. Call Anne or  Pal at 886-2622. #44  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  865-5644         TFN  HAY/Straw $4.00/8al��  GARDEN MULCH HAY  $3.50/Bele  OATS/WHEAT. 10/lb.  Phone 885-9357   TFN  Cedar Shakes, any size. Will  cuslom cut   8B5-5669 or 885-  5601.   TFN  King size lour poster knotty pine  waterbed, $400 obo 8868862.   TFNs  Square Dance Dresses 6 Crinolines, size 16-18, phone 886-  2459. #42,  16 II. metal utility trailer, lully  enclosed, tandem axle, 7 1/2'  wide x 6'high, $1500 OBO. 896  4714. TFN  Knitlins Yarns & luteins  Just For You  (iibsons I .anding  886-2470  FIREWOOD  $50 PU LOAD  Spill - Well Seasoned  You Pick UP  866-3360  #42  Full sized olfice desk, relinished  honey oak wilh porcelain Irim,  perfect lor home or olfice, $400.  686-7210. #42  Antique vanity, painted brown with  mirrors, $50.00; brown couch,  $25.00 866-2749. (42  Firewood, delivered, cord and a  quarter, $125. 886-3947.     #42  Remiington 30-06. Springlieid  model 700 Bushnell Scope, 2.5x  banner. $500 OBO. 883-9978.  #42  Speed Queen washer and dryer,  $350. Cm aller M0 #��.- 88*.  9140, #42  17. Garage Sales  m  Sal., Oct. 26.11-2; 3195 Beach  Ave.. Roberts Creek. #42  1025 North Rd., Sal. h. Sun. 26th  127th. 10 am -4 pm. #42  1980Oceanbeach. Bonniebrooli  area, 10-3 pm Sal., Od. 26. Big  variety. #42  Sunday, Oct. 27, 10 - 2 pm,  redecorating, some furniture,  dishwasher, odds/ends. 733  Gower Pi Rd.. Gibsons.      #42  Sal.. Ocl. 26, #60 - 15th St.. S  Gower Pt. Rd. 10:00 am. No  earlybirds #42  NINTENOO-SEGA  Sales - Rentals ��� Trades  NEW & USED  Cassettes       sfgk  IC0'*       JZ)'  SMRTS        'JSC  CARDS -^'*��>~-  BUDRIK'S  Video ft Music  885-4888  104 Teredo Sq.. Sechfilr  Help reduce Ihe pel over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  11   Pets&  Livestock  JACK 8 JILL PLAY-SCHOOL  are holding Iheir semi-annual  Iresh chicken case lol sale.  Whole chickens oi pieces. Proceeds towards our Pre-School.  Call Heather, 8864992.       #42  Built-in dishwasher, working condition, $100., 885-7664.       #42  Fridge, 2 dr., F/F, 16cu.lt., $375.  30" sell-dean range, $325. Both  white. Weslinghouse. immaculate  Waste King Compactor. $150, all  almond, used 6 yrs. Westing-  house Chest Freezer, 10 cu. II.,  avocado.$150. M 4 W Raleigh  Mountain Bikes, used less than 5  mi., $475. both. OBO. 885-3439  #42  Firewood. $50 a load U pick up.  $65 delivered same day. 886-  7386. #42  Men's 12-speed Apollo race bike,  $60; Berger-builder's level, $50.  Evenings, 8857977 #42  10 h.p.B 4 S engine w/clutch,  $175; 8 h.p. Kohler engine  W/I2V. elec. start, $375; 3-7 h.p.  Wisconsin engines, $250 for all 3.  886-9868. #42  BUYING  . and selling  .coins, gold,  silver,  I bank notes  186-7908  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need lo la*?  Call the Sunshine Coest Transition House (or confidential 24 hr.  sotvlce. 885.2944. TFN  HAY! HAY! HAY!  Vanderveen Hay  Sales  Trailer Hay Sale  Sat., Nov. 2nd  FOR LOCATIONS, CONTACT:  JEANINE ELLINGHAM: 885-9969  BRIAN: 1-800-663-2678  Pentax 645/80-160 zoom 120.  Back 8 extras. Mini condition.  8864886. SS  Browning auto rifle 308 win cal  with 2 3/4 RedfleM as new, $575  obo. 886-7591 ss  Tweed winged rocker, (great  shape), $50. 896-8559.    TFNs  (2) P245 70RI5 $100.00; (2)  P215 75R15 $50.00. All mounted  on Ford rims (like new). Call  Miles, 886-2119. #42  Rowing Machine, $125.00. 1079  Ford Lid. Wagon. Some rust,  runs. $400. 886-3320.        #44  Kenway Western Saddle A Pad -  $275. Good condition. 2100  Husky Powersaw, new bar 1  chain, $300. 886-2348.      #44 \.uaM ivews, ytlODer ll, 1111  !  19   For Sale  26' colour TV, wilh remote,  $375. 886-7423 #44  31' 5th wheel. 1978 Security, winter package, awning, hitch.  $9,900. 686-3137. #44  McClary stove. $150. Frigidaire  washer, $100. Viking portable  sewing machine, $75. obo's. 885  4877 #44  '63 Mercedes, 220SE, 75,000  original miles. Motor & running  gear good. Fast sale al $4,550.  886-3178 ��43  Paymaster Cheque Writer  TROPICAL  FISH  -Al Types -  ��� Fancy ���  Large Angels  Breeding Pairs  Ladles Golf Clubs  886-9890  #42  Christmas is coming. Regal &  Avon open house, Oct 23rd. 9 -  9. Come and browse. Collee  pol's on. 1175 Malaview fld��� oil  Prall Lasl house on left. 886-  7206 ��42  Yamaha Electronic Piano  w/sound generator and digital  sequence recorder, $1,700. 885-  5369. #42  Full cord 4x4x8 lirewood, $90  Aim lo please. Delivered 886-  7724 or 886-7738. ��46  Admiral 12.6 cu. II. Iridge, new  motor, 1990. $350 obo. 886-  7192. #43  Building materials, plumbing,  electrical insulation, why, all new  Large quantities, I//2 price. 886-  3910, ask for Mark. #43  Swivel rocker, easy chair. Beige  good cond. $95. English duflle  coat, as new, size 12, $150.  Coleman slove, $25. 886-2730  #43  2 pairs girls' figure skates. Prolessional quality, size 7 1/2 - 8.  $50.00 886-7372. #43  14'alum, boat eraser and 20 HP  mercury,low hours. $2500. obo.  885-2238 #44  Anens rider mower, low hours,  $900 885-2238. #44  New molded vanity basin lop, 49  x 22,4'centers, $175. 2 lold up  bicycles, as new, $75 each. 2  Sears woodburning healers, Ther-  moslat controlled. $200 8 $225.  8862760. M4  Queen size bed. complete with  solid wood head and lool board,  sleel side rails, maltress 8 box  spring. Excellent condition. $300.  Phone 8862613. #42  Dishwasher, like new. $400. obo.  Call Thelma. 530-9020 or eves.,  call Jan, 885-5114. #42  3/4 Ion Iruck load. $75. Mixed  split 4 delivered, Port Mellon lo  Gibsons, 886-8807 #44  Various sizes ol lumber.  3529.  French provincial cherry wood  dining room sel, 6 chairs, 885  2419 #44  BARK  MULCH  lor landscaping,  gardening,  riding arenas, etc.  Trucking lo be  paid by customer  Also available  CEDAR chips  Phone 886-7043  (1 to 4 pm) fa  Moving: Garden tools, household  items. Prices negotiable. 885-  5551. #43  Prol Massage Table. $295. 110  v. eledric dryer, $150. Apollo 10-  speed, $35. 886-3093.       #43  Black lacquer woman's dresser t.  mirror, 6 small, 3 large drawers,  $125. Dining room sel wilh extension, 6 chairs, matching credenza,  $550.00. Crystal hulch, $450,  velour sofa and matching chair,  lussel. $300. 18 cult, antique  gold Iridge t 30' slove. $550.  866-3105. #43  Laying chickens and chesl-lype  Ireezer, 885-3381. #43  R.S.F. ardent MK.4 wood slove, 2  1/2 yrs. Pool table and accessories. 885-9376, #43  Horse Trailer, 1985 2-horse  Campbell-Coach. Good cond.,  $4,500, eves.: 886-2136.     #43  Cut and splil dry lirewood. U-Pick  ���Up, Slandard Pick-Up $50.  Small Pick-Up $40. 885-3381.  #43  FRESH PRAWNS  to Older 885-5032  #43  Prawns $4 00 /lb., F.A.S. available approximately Isl week  November. Call 885-5478.   #43  Gibson while I4cu. ll,/ 2dr. F.F.  Iridge, $379 00, GE. cuslom  almond 2 dr F.F. fridge, $379.00,  Mollat 19 5x5 almond 3 dr. black  from $549 00, Fridgidair almond  frostproof 17 cu. tt. upnghl Ireezer, like new, $57900, Inglis Sterling 2 dr. F.F. H. gold, $397.00  and more, all reconditioned.  Guaranteed lor 90 days lo 2 yrs.  Phone B|orn 885-7897.       #43  2 pairs girls' figure skales. Prolessional qualily, size 7 1/2-8.  $50.00.886-7372. #43  New indoor - outdoor rugs: brown  12'x16' ��� $84; grey. 12'xl2' ���  $64; oak desk, 33"x66' > $300;  green high-back chair and loot-  Mot ��� $25. 885-3335.        #42  Sofa and matching chair, light  beige, $250., and continental bed,  twin size, $125, all In goo condition. Honda HR 194, near new  power mower, $275., was over  $600. new, fertilizer ipreader,  $22. Call 885-3399. #44  Tmdum car 8 utility trailer, 16W  wide, c/w, 4 electric brakes,  ramps, etc. New 1991. $2800.  #44  22 cu. ft. deep freeze, commercial  alarm system, timing advance  light; XL 275 weed ester. 888  2782. #42  6 piece Mediterranean bedroom  sel. $800, 2 school desks, $15  each. I maple colonial crib, $100,  I playpen, $20, I solid maple  highchair. %2Q. I lull size freezer  $200. 1 Electrolux vacuum, $50.  Call 886-7520. #44  Porlrail Lens Nikkor 105 mm  F2.8. $650 obo. Randy. 886-  8708. #42  5 assld. rilles, shotgun. All in  good condilion. Lol sale only.  $950. obo. 886-8258. #44  Gov't Tested  Whjr Gamble? These  Vehicles Are Gov't  Safety Inspected  87 OMNI $4000  88 MUSTANG $4000  84 CHEVETTE $2800  82 NISSAN SOLD  82 COURIER PU $3000  81 FORD PU $2800  81 CHEVETTE $1700  81 HORIZON $1700  80 CHEVETTE $1380  78 CHEVETTE $1250  76 CHEVETTE $900  Call 885-4004  Schrader Fireplace insert; oil lurnace 6 tank, open lo oilers. 885-  2887 (Roberts Creek).        #44  9'alum, punt, $175. 10" tables,���  w/o molor, $75, 5 ton BB winch,  $150, 8' insulated chimney w/hal  3 pes.. $75. 5" healing duds, $4  ea. Oil h/w lank, $95. Oil  sp/healer, $40. Assld. wood/alum  windows. 886-3792. #44  Cedar  1 x 6 $ 23/LINFT  1X8.30/LINFT  4 x 4 65/UNFT  2x4 30/UNFT  accepting orders now. 886-3468.  Gibsons Mobile Saw Seivice. #42  Besl BTU's on Ihe Coasl. 3/4 ton  P/U load, split i delivered. $85.  866-2770, messages. #42  Air compressor,. $200. 4 spd.  Honda Civic transmission. 886  8307 aller 6 pm. #44  Pentax Marine binoculars. 7x50,  waterproof, new condition $300  obo. 886-8258 #44  Roll Rim Tub, 6' wilh laps, will  need linishing, $50., 886-3468.  #42  Moving, musl sell. Oueen size  bed 4 suite, typewriter desk,  lealher/ottoman. 885-5374. #43  Avocado Weslinghouse fridge,  $200. White McClary stove,  $200. 886-4738. #44  GOLD 17.5 FRIDGE S 24'  STOVE. GOOD CONDITION,  $300. obo. 885-3475. #42  20. Heavy  Equipmei  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  We'll Beat Any  Competitor's Rates  FN  1985 John Deeie, 650 4x4, Irani  loader, rear blade, $7,900.  886-3811 42  1974 case 580 B Construction  King backhoe. Exlend-A-Hoe,  $9500 886-3457 ss  'AUTOS  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  and Towing  686-2020   TFN  70 Dodge Dart slant 6. Runs  well, parts avail., $600 obo.,  Phone 885-7284. TFNl  1976 Volare Wagon, slant 8, reliable, low mileage. Asking $600.  886-3841. ss-  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 obo  883-9234. ss  Estate sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape. Offers.  888-3308. is  1985 Ford Escort, 4-dr.. 5-spd..  exc. condition 886-3789.      ss  1980 Camaro 305 aulo., T Tops.  Rally rims, $2600. 8867113  ss  1973 Dalsun 1200. runs well, tek-  able. good first car lor student,  $600 00 obo Call Nicole 886-  8825or 8652351 alter6pm  ���42  1984 Ford Escort Wagon, runs  well, $1200 obo. Phone 886-  9894 #42  1969 Red Firebird 400 sm. blk.,  good body. $5,500. Call Randy  8867829.9 am-5 pm.       #42  Reliant 'K' car, excellent condilion,  very reliable t, inexpensive lo run,  27,000 mi. Moving, musl sell,  $4,990. 886-3113. #40sr  '81 RS Capri 6 cyl, 4spd, T-lops.  louvers, slereo. (loaded). New  rubber, bat, clutch. Nice carl!  $3,600. Obo. 886 7378.        #43  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seals, needs woik, parts  886-2878. ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for the  sel, with covers, 886-9500 anytime, ss  Black '90 Mustang 5.0 LX. 10  mos. old, louvered, tinted, 3.55  rear end. Extended warranty  available. Value, $15,000 or  trade up/down for Toyota 4 Runner or equivalent. 886-2694.  ss  1982 Toyola Tercel, exc. cond.,  $2500. obo. 886-7738 or 886-  2833. #44  '81 Mercury Capri Aulo., A/C.  good cond., $1200. obo. 866-  8076. #42  1975 Olds. Cutlass Supreme,  $600 obo. 886-8862. TFNs   .   1978 Pontiac LeMans, gd. running order, $500. 886-3963.   ss  1988 Ford Tracer. 886-7031 aller  5 pm.. #42  1990 Grand Caravan LE, loaded,  28,000 km., $18,500. 885-6026.  #42  ssssessst  *ave:  coastline:  flJSED AUTO PARTS-  ***** Engines mm S  4 6-8 cyl. (torn $19*  ���Mechanic On DutyJ  ,,.    $2S/hr.  : 88^227  1981 Volvo 240 DL, good shape,  $3500.obo. Sun tool. 886-3811  ���42  1987 Hyundai Stellar CL, lop ol  the line, rare, 2 litre, 5 sp., sunrool, lactory mags, charcoal gray.  One owner. $3000. lirm. 886-  9449. ��42  '80 VW red Rabbit, rebuill engine  - new dutch, excellent cond. 885  6108 eves. #42  '86 Skoda, needs new muffler,  $850 886-9516. #43  1977 Giand Prix PW/PB P/sealt,  excellent Inlerior t running order.  $1900 obo. 886-2265 ah. 6 pm.  ���43  1983 GMC S-15 4X4 extra cab  w/canopy $5,600 obo. 885-5239  eves. #42  1977 VW Weillalla Camper,  recenl engine, dutch, Ikes, excel  running cond. Tern and roolrack,  priced lo sell, $3900. 885-3743.  Leave message #43  1983 Toyola Corolla S/wagon,  good cond. 131,000 kms, well  maintained, $2700. 8853881.  #43  72 Ford LTD P/S, P/B, P/W, rec.  hitch, very reliable, $1100. obo.  885-2053. Leave message. #43  1984 Ford Tempo L 5 ipeed.  Good condition, $3,250. 885-  9500. #43  1971 Westfalia Van. Need!  T.L..C. Body only. Olfers Cynthia  886-3739 eves. #43  tXTHkl EXTRA! I  Drop off your  COAST NEW!  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  B t J Store  In Halfmoon Bay  Until 3:30 pm Friday  "A Friendly People Pleoe"  1982 Firebird Sle.,cruiies/c  am/fm c-955 p/w, new tues T-  Tops Needs peinL $3300 obo.  889*9030. t*AA  1974 Audi Fox. 4dr��� auto., good  shape. 886-2762. m  ���65 Volvo, 1000 mles on WOOO  engine, rebuilt carts, new dutch  $750. as is 885-2238. 144'  1982 Mustang 4 cyl, 4 spd, new  mulller, $1500. Firm view al  mounlainview Service, call 883-  2363 eves. 144  20 R Toyota engine, 4 spd. transmission. Win sen separate. Other  Toyota parts. 4 spd. Honda Civic  transmission. 886-8309 alter 6  P"1 #44  1991 Westmounl Canopy, lull  highrise, white, fibreglass, custom  buill stainless steel rool racks,  plus olher extras. Fits Nissan  King Cab. New condition, $850  886-8258 144  1982 Renault Le Car. Excel  cond., good mileage, no iuii  $1800 obo. 8859832        #44  '83 Nissan Sentra 4 cyl. 5 sp.  Stereo, new tires 1 exhaust  $1495. obo. 886-9500. ss'  '82 Muslang Hatchback, 4 cyl.,  gold condilion. $2700.00,886-  3457 ���  1974 Oktsmobile. new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound  $2400000. 8851943. is  1984 Chevetle. Excellent condilion. 4 door automatic; slereo;  new tires; and exhausl system.  Great fuel economy vehicle, with  very low mileage. Only 65000  km., asking $3800. 8867967.   #44  I960 Buick Le Sabre wagon, new  lues, great transportation. $1200.  885-0898. #42  1980 TR7CONV. NEW  Top. excel, running order, new  brakes, elc. Alarm system, many  exlras. $4500. Serious callers  only please. 886-3105.       #44  1977 Volare sin wgn., 318 V8  aulo. (1 owner). $650. 886-9876.  1MO Camaro 327  auto, black/black,  alarm system,  new interior,  call Randy 888-8244  after 4 pm  1986 Toyola Tercel, high mileage,  bul mechanically sound. File  avail. Asking $3500, obo. 885-  4516 #43  79 Cadillac Seville. Fully Loaded.  New engine 8 trans. Asking  $6,0O0��� Wayne after 6:00. 886-  8510. #44  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van,  parts only, 885-2207. ss  1962 Chev. 1/2 Ion pickup. Runs  okay, $600. 885-7029. si  1990 FI50 4x4 supercab, short  box, XLT, 17,000 kms., Lariat,  lully loaded s exlras, $20,500.  886-3767. ss  1978 Ford F250 super cab, 4x4,  with 10 It. security camper. 885  3374. ss  GOVT CERTIFIED  HIAB ON PROPANE  1973 GMC 6500 cabover HIAB  550 w/exlras, 18' steel deck, 366  V8, 5-spd., fresh inspection,  $5800. 886-7227. TFN  1965 CJ5 4 cyl. 3 sp. manual, soil  i bikini lops, two sets ol tires.  $3000 obo. 886-9127. sl  1976 Ford 150 P/U slepside 390,  4-spd., new rubber, $1000. 886-  4690 after 6 pm. ss  1978 GMC 1/2 Ion, mechanically  sound, $800 obo. 886-9050. H42  87 Ford FI50,6cyl, 4 sp. 55,000  k, canopy AM-FM cass., needs  paint., $6950. 886-3383.     #43  1973 Dodge 1/2 ton, 4 sp, 65,000  ml., on slanl 6, new battery, ALT,  dutch elc. Good Iruck. $1900  obo. 885-2704. #42  1980 GMC van, panelled, cap-  Iain's chairs, new lues. $2,400.  obo. 8863811 #42  1972 Fold Hall Ton Club Cab,  $825. Obo. 886-9654. #43  Fibreglass canopy lot lull size  Ford Pickup. $200. 8854830.  ���43  1981 King Cab Dalsun P.U., runs  good, slereo, $500. obo. 885  2011 ��43  1953 Chev. 1/2 ton. Rebuill  engine. Radials, $2700 obo.  885-1943. u  Fibreglass, 8 tt. Iruck canopy with  Hiding Ironl 8 lidi windows.  Excellent condition, $450., 885-  0998. #42  SwshtK Pkskvp  Truck Rccydm  ���We SELL used A  rebuilt Parti  ���We pay CASH for  running or non-  running Pickup*  DAVE or JIN  IW5 5952 or 885 7986  1986 Jeep Cherokee 4x4, 2 dr,  2 5 L. 4 cyl, 5 ��d, cruise, alpine  slereo wranglers, 76,000 km,  excel, cond. $7,gap.oo. Consider  van as partial trade 885-9675.    #43  1979 Chevy van, exc, V8 engine,  good seats, tires, useful tor parts,  $500 lirm. 8868201,886-8233.   #42  l977DodgeVan.exe. cond,  $2100. Make me an otter. 886-  9156         #42  1969 GMC 3/4 ton. Good running condition. Best offer. 886-  2984        #44  1980 GMC Suburban 350 V8  auto Lots of extras. Goodcondi-  noin. $4500 oho 8864561. #44  1972 Toyota P/U, $450. firm.  886-9868018869234. #44  1991 Ford Explorer, Eddie Bauer  Edition. Straw lerry Red, lully  loaded, $28,000. 883-1128. #44  23. Campers  87 Deluxe 24' Molorhome, exc  cond. 8868481. ss  1975 Dodge Maxi-Van, 3-way  Iridge, slove, lurnace, loilel, sink.  $7300.886-3306. ss  13' Scamper trailer, clean, gd.  cond, $2500.886-3222.        ss  1977 Dodge camperized maxi  van, taised rool, Iridge, stove, furnace, propane powered, very  clean a economical, $4500 lirm.  8862182. ss  13 ft. Boler, sleeps 4, exc. cond,  $2195.886-8487. ss  17 1/2' Wilderness trailer, sleeps  6, slove, Iridge, good condition,  $2400.883-9054. #42  1991 Taurus 26' traiisr, real  bdrm., stotm windows, loam  underrating, still under warranty.  885-2727. #42  1991-2911. Travel Trailer, sleeps  8, brand new - no GST. House  #538 Pratt Rd, Gibsom. 886-  2348 #44  76 Nomad 5th wheel, 20'. needs  front end work, $4200. 886-3457  Mini motor home, American Clipper, fibreglass, Dodge. Excel,  cond, equipped. 8852419. #44  KCHEIT MIME  SURVEYS LIB.  CMMM INI Mmi  M.C.M.MC    M.N A.MS I  M.A.B.V.C.   'Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evinrudes. Excellent condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  Vesl Theie is a reliable local  propellor repelr service. 885-  5278,         TFN  E-Z-Loader Trailers Sales and  Service. Trades welcome. 883-  1119. TFN  W.G. Sutherland Salei and Service. Mariner Force Chrysler and  Mercruiser 8 Yanmar. 883-1119.   TFN  16'Work/Pleasure/Heavy duly  construdlon, Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, towpost, healer. View  Smilty's Marina, $3200 (oilers).  886-2567. ss  22' Sangsler, 302, V8, 888 Merc  leg, molor rebuilt, new manifolds,  haid top, trailer, exlras, $6500.  886-8443. ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  fast and in top condilion, surveyed  value $8500, offers 8 trades considered. 886-2738. ss  F/G boat, trailer, 6 HP, 0/B, gai  tank, complete, $600.8852965.  II  22' Sangsler twin Volvo legs, loll  ol extras, $3900 OBO 886-9741  SI  Highliner trailer, like new, 1000  kg, 14-tires, $1700 OBO. 886-  3001. II  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond, $3800.  885-9333. II  9 1/2 HP Johnslone oulboard,  good running outboard, good running condition, $450 OBO. 886-  2331. #42  19' Apollo Ski Boat, 350 eng.,  equipped wilh ikli, tow tops, Me  lacketi, E-Z loader, $7200.886-  7188. #42  6 monthi moorage available Irom  Nov. til, 40' slip - power and  watar, Jolly Roger Matins, $550.  885-7252 #42  M.V. Blicklilh, 24' Oweni, well  appointed large llih dedt, Coast  Guard Inspected, moorage, parking, hydro pad HI Doc/91, featuring new Swam auto, anchor pkg.,  new LMS, 200 w/Loran C, new  fenden 1 brsdtsti, mooring km,  new windowl, completely telln-  iihsd hull and iwlmgrld, now  handrsti, Hall mount FWion rod  holders (5) FWC 318 Chrysler,  120 tin. and much more,  $10,500,885-7877. 11  Rubber raft: Avon-Rover R3-40,  max. 15 HP, 1/2 price, $2200.  885-2306. ss  24' sailboat for parts or repair;  lully equipped sloop, 5 sails,  head, anchor, lilejackels. 8 HP  Honda OB (like new); together,  $1450, mtr. alone, $800. 886-  8017>. message. TFNS  14' Enterprise sailboat on trailer,  libreglass hull, wood trim, very  nice cond, $2000 OBO. 885-  3743, lv. message. #43  16' boal trailer for sale, $400.  886-7677. #43  1981 Hourston Glasscralt 26' (lying biidge 290 HP Chev-Volvo  drive, Iresh waler cooled. Fridge,  slove, anchor winch, trim labs,  depth sounder, VHS, OB. Bail  Tank, mini cond. $24,900. Don  885-9358, Secheh. #44  25. Mobile Homes'  14x68, Hove, tridge,  waiher/dryer, dishwasher, air  cond, new lugs $24,500. Musl  be moved 886-7013 ss  Deluxe Modulai Home  Set-up in new park  Ready lor imnmedlale occupancy  Musl be seen to be appreciated  Trades welcome  Colled 597-3322  1-800-663-3637  TFN  IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  Four Display Homes  Starting at $49,900  With as Low as 5% Down  Map Assistance OAC  CONTACT  Sylvia McLean 886-2597  or 1-800-663-3637  TFN  14>70' 1990 2 bdrm, good cond,  must be moved. 8854849.   #43  By owner, 12x68 mobile home,  call 886-3039,8867306.       ss  12'x57, fully lurnished, Sundance  Trailer Court, Sechell, $16,000  lirm. 865-3529. #44  26. Motorcycles  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond, garage kepi, $7500. 886-  9595. ss  Montasa 250, on-road/oll-road,  exc. shape, $1200. $899. 886-  7655 or 220-9564. ss  1986 Vamaha XT60O, exc. cond.  865-5564. ss  1988 Honda CB450S, excellent  condilion, $2300 OBO. Consider  Irade lor Iruck or renovation work.  886-3071. #42  K  In Stwk dt  ENMAC  cildc  Oil Fillers, Balleries, Tires,  Riding Gear, elc.  Phone Jay at 686-2031  Roberts Creek Hall avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7615. TFN  STORAGE  Healed, pallatized, gov't  approved. Len Wray's Transler  Ltd. 886-2664. TFN  2 bdrm. Lower Gibsons, I block  Irom swimming, 4 appls, newly  painted, no pels, $725, avail, now.  883-9650 eves, 266-7478 leave  message. #42  Near new, spacious 2 bedroom  townhouse with view, 11/2 balhs,  4 appls. 1600 sq. ft, $785/mo.  886-3313 or 531-0690 collect.  TFN  View acreage avail. Immed, 3  bdtm. home in Roberts Creek, 10  min. trom lerry, $800/mo, reduction lor yardwork. Call 228-1679  after 6 pm  #42  Hopkim Landing  cozy main floot 3 bdtm, view,  parking, W/D, hot lub, gatden,  basemenl storage, I km. liom  lorry, N/S pre), $825. (804) 277-  4725 #42  SECHELTAREA  One I bdrm, one 2 bdrm, fully  lurnished townhouse avail,  immed. Call Bob 439-4271 days,  931-5591 eves. #42  1 bdim. suile. waterfront, Pender  Harbour, $275 plus ulils. 883-  9177. #42  3 bdrm. view condo, lower Gib-  ions village, newly decorated,  #850/mo. 686-4724. #42  Central Gibsons, freshly painted  view, 2 bdrm., yard, deck,  $600/1110.886-2940. #42  2 bedroom houie, some view, I  blk. Irom mall and schools, ideal  location, no pets, $650/mo. 886-  .9135. #42  Avail. Nov. 1, YMCA Rd, Langdale, 2 large bdrms. up, linished  basement, carport, 1 1/2 balh,  $05011110.886-9290. #42  29. Foi Rent  RITZ  MOTEL I  Qibsons  Weekly, Daily Rates  116-3343  l\RS  Excellent views, walk to lerry,  large 3 bdrm.t exec, house,  decks, carports, etc, $825.886-  4654 aller 5 pm. #42  Newly decorated 1 bdrm, 4 appl,  carpels, view, Sechelt Village, no  pets, $5004 part ulil. 434-5347.  ���42  Davis Bay, Wilson Crstk Hall  available. Wheelchair lacilities.  885-2752,185-9163. #45  SUNNVI Gibsons, 4 bdim. upper  duplex, large kitchen, dining  room, living room, fireplace, sundeck, dishwasher, 1 1/2 balhs,  large yard, dose to Cedar Grove  school, newly renovated, no pels,  rels req, avail. Nov. 1, $790.  886-4688. #42  NEWLV RENOVATEDI Gibsons  3 bdrm. lower duplex, sunny living  room, airtight woodslove, patio,  kids Iree lori, large yard, dose lo  Cedar Grove school, no pels,  rels. req., avail. Nov. t, $690.  886-4688. #42  I 1/2 bdrm. house, Lower Gibsons, avail. Nov. 1, $525/mo. No  pels. 1-271-0753. #42  Near new Gibsons 1620 sq. It, 3  bdtm. lownhouse, covered balcony, I 1/2 baths, soaker tub,  skylight, 5 appl, mini-blinds, carport, $950/mo. 230-4099.     #42  750 sq. II. industrial workshop In  Gibsons, $475. Call 1-921-6751.  #42  One bdrm, beautllul view,  gourmel kitchen, W/D, Ms ol slorage, relerences needed,  $500/mo, avail, immed. 936-  5588. #42  Large, sunny 2 bdrm. ground  Iloor, near marina, Gibsons, $650  plus. 885-9859 Arthur. #42  15 min. liom Langdale Ferry, 3  bdrm. apl, 1250 sq. It, lop 11. ol  triplex, privale enhance, washing  facilities, avail. Nov. 1, $575.  886-7006,1-467-4260. #42  1 bdrm. home, Roberls Creek, 4  appl. and lireplace, no pels, $450.  439-1652 weekends, 8868725  #42  Share large 3 bdrm. house,  Sechell Village, lurn. or unlurn,  N/S, no pels, $290 plus ulil. 885-  4778. #43  New 3 bdim. lull basement house  avail. Ocl. 15 01 Nov. 1, lease  avail, dose lo schools and shopping. 886-9250. #'l  Hallmoon Bay aiea, I bdrm. lurnished cabin, $350/mo. Also, 1  bdrm. trailer, $300/mo. Rels. 8  deposit required. 883-9382. #43  Roberts Creek, 2 bdrm. main  Iloor, beach access, ocean view,  lireplace, $750/mo. 686-9856 lv.  mssg. #43  1 bdim. unlurnished suile, $325  plus hydro. 8832661. #43  2 bdtm. duplex, Hallmoon Bay,  W/D Induded, $550/mo. Call Ken  885-5290 or 8856277 at Centuiy  21 - Siemens Really. #43  4 bdrm. house, panoramic view of  Davis Bay, avail. Dec. 1. 885-  3876. #43  Wilson Creek, 2 bdrm. house, 4  appls, $725/mo. 736-3490 after 6  pm. #43  2 bdrm. W/F cottage, wood 6 oil  heal, cable Ind, $500./mo,avail.  Nov. 1st. 438-3843 or 886-9320.  #42  Central Qibsons, bright clean 3  bdrm. top lioor duplex, soulh  view, sundeck, FP/WD. Furnished N/S, $750, avail, immed,  277-6205. #43  2 bdrm. suile, some view, Gib.  sons, quiel tenants only. $450  plus ulils. 883-9707. Leave message. #42  3 bdrm. Roberts Cieek, 5 appls,  lireplace, skylight, sundeck, $650.  No pels. 1-439 1652 or 886  8725, weekends. #44  2 bdtm, mobile, Seima Park,  $650. 2 bdim. townhouse,  Sechell, $650. I bdim. ground II.  suite lor prolessional lady, Sandy  Hook, $450. 3 bdrm. waterfront,  Redrools, $900. 2 bdrm.  Tuwanek, $700. Spectacular  view duplex, Granlhams, upper 8  lower, $700 each. 3 bdrm.,  Sandy Hook, $700. 2 bdrm.  Lower Rd. suite, Sechell, $600.  Mitten Really, Lid, Dave Austin,  885-3295. #42  Bachelor suite, private entrance,  lull bath, F/S, Upper Gibsons,  886-2294, alter 5 pm, 886-9804.  #42  SERVICES  * Residential  * Commercial  * Industrial  We have some  fabulous reslden-  tall listings coming up lor Oct. &  Nov. Call Steve  References  Required  We will     ��� Screen potential renters  ��� Do moving-in inspection  ��� Arrange tor maintenance  & repaiis  > Collect the renl & damage  deposll  ��� Disburse rent monies to  owner  ��� Do moving-out inspection  FOR LEASE:  Appiiixiniiili'ls ROOtn  I.KKIsq.n. of fabulous  uIIkt .spare in lower  (iihsons area. Landlord nitty provide some  leasehold impnivements.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATION!  Fabulous retail space  immediately adjacent to  Galiano Market, Sechelt  (Bernadetle's Galleries)  Perlecl location lor your  retail business.  Avoid all the hassles  and problems and lor  just a pittance,  CALL Ihe Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  2 bdrm. house, ocean view,  Roberls Creek. Avail, immed.  until Apr. 30,1992, $650. 263-  3441. #42  1 bdrm. mobile home, fully  equipped, Sechell area, available  Nov. 1. 885-7940. #44  THE  WESTPORT...  Walk lo Ihe Landing shops and  beach Irom Ihis high qualily building in Lower Gibsons featuring  cuslom litted kilchen wilh slove S  fridge, designer balhroonS, mini-  blinds on all windows, lully carpeted, laundry facility, security  entrance, private patios,  panoramic views.  1 Bedroom Apartments  $635  2 Bedroom Apartments  trom $730  Call  886-3420  For Appointment lo View  Walch Ihe sunset from our cosy  Seima Park walerfronl home.  Perfect lor retirement. Asking  $850. Negotiable lor long-term  responsible tenant, t -926-5536.  44  3 bdrm. plus den, woodstove,  W/D, Ireezer, hot lub, exc. view,  near ferry, 1237 Port Mellon Hwy.  $795. 886-8206. #42  Downlown Gibsons, 2 bdrm, private home, spectacular view, 5  appl. 886-2294, or 886-9804. #42  Clean 2 bdrm. duplex, near  shops, park S water. Freshly  painted, $750./mo. Bill 886-2277  or Sam, 581-8078. #44  1 bdrm. apt., Gibsons, doss to  all amenities, $600. incl. best 8  hydro. 298-5215. #44  Comlortable, small 2 bdrm, suile  In duplex, shate balhroom. suitable lot quiel, dean, responsible  person, $375 Including utilities,  avail. Ocl. 31. 886-2691, 886-  3129. ��4J  Looking lor one person lo share a  laige house (occasional house-  sitting) In wilderness selling, with  a healthy septagenarian man.  Suitable lor an independent, creative person Reply to Box 44,  Qranthami, B.C., VON 1X0. #44  OFFICE  WORKSHOP  INDUSTRIAL  Upper floor in new building, 500-  1500 sq. It, lorklill accessible,  warehouse loading. 886-2231 .#43  Unique 'A' frame, 2000 sq. II.,  dear view ol Trail Islands, Inlerior  hot tub, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, 5  appls, opsn plan, suntoom,  greenhouse, 25x30' healed workshop induded or may be rented  separately, $1100 both. 886-  3010. #43  ROOMS  $105parwaeH  plus lax  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  886-2804  at*  li'X. Coast News, October 21, 1991  19  29   For Rent  Gibsons: newly decorated large 1  bdrm. apart, quiet suburb dose lo  maH, $525/mo. 886-0956 or colled 937-3794. |43  Mobile, 2 bdrm, quiel, seduded  area Carpels $ drapes, 2 appl.  Avail. Nov. 1, $585. per/mo.  Phone 1-687-5437. #44  2 bdrm. first floor, avail. Nov. 1,  $700. a Hydro. 886-2226.   #43  Watertront Roberts Creek. Small,  new house, 2 appl, N/S, no pets.  Avail. Nov. 1st, $550./mo. 886-  8124 #44  Roberts Creek, 1 bdrm. bachelor  suite, lower hall ol home, beach  access, $400/m 8 ulil. 886-9856,  ans. machine. #44  Beautllul Roberts Creek Waterlront 2 bdrm. home, $825.00.  885-7685. Call weekends.   #44  2 bdrm. ocean view, new hot tub,  deck, Roberts Creek. Avail. Nov.  $1150,8854877,431-9916. #44  LAROE LUXURIOUS 2 BDRM.  APARTMENT in adult oriented  buildi|ng, centrally located, spectacular view, lireplace, insuile,  laundry, sunroom, heat 6 hot  waist Included , no pets,  $875/mo. By appointment only,  886-7363,886-9038. #44  2 bdrm. view apart, furnished,  ulils. includ. Pendei Harbour,  $500. Rels. Robi, 883-1122. #44  42 RV bus on lot. Lights, waler,  service hookup. $450/mo. Damage deposit. 885-7699.       #42  31. Help Wanted  Volunteers Needed [  Host Families needed  lor the cast of Up With [  People   arriving   in  Sechelt November 5th j  lor three days. The cast  are students between  the ages of 18 to 26  from all over the world.    !  Carpenter needed to  build a shelf for a day  care in Gibsons ��� Materi-  als provided.  ) Relief    needed    at |  i lunchtime lor a local;  ��� recycling depot.  I Knitters needed for  I Save the Children fund.  Materials provided.  Thrift store can use will-  ing helpers on Thurs.  and Fri.  FOR THESE AND  MORE OPPORTUNI-;  TIES, PLEASE CONTACT THE VOLUNTEER ACTION CENTRE 885-5881  ASeivioeFundedby  The MWsbyof Social Services and Housing  NEW opportunity. Make up to  $500 or more per week. Assemble our produds. 24-hr. recorded  info gives details. (604) 623-2011  or (604) 520-6444. #43  Experienced log house builder to  fall, peel and build Irom logs on  property. 883-9998. #42  A.D.S.  Pine Mushroom Buyer, 1149  Chaster Rd. 886-8251.        #42  Experienced conveyancing secretary lor part time work. Knowledge  ol Word Perfect 6.1 an asset.  Please apply c/o Box 1820, Gibsons, BCVON 1V0. #43  Easy work! Excellent payll Reading books 6 TV scripts at home.  Many readers neededl Full/part  time. 1-504-646-4513, ext. B305  24 hrs. #44  STAY HOME, EARN MONEYI  Variety of jobs available. Earn  $400 pel week. Call 24 hr.  recorded msg. for amazing Iree  details. (604)1-623 2380, exl.  A74. #51  Wanted: Experienced commerdal journeyman and apprentice  electricians lor large commerdal  project in Gibsons. Top Wage  and Benefit package available.  Apply al Gibsons Park Plaza with  Pc lee Installations Ltd.       #42  HELP WANTED  Ham lo earn estro  SSu orbing a couple  of houn"   Monday!,  a ... only  Must ne .vl.oM,'  886-7817  /Gflp  Opening Soon In Qibsons  We are now accepting  applications lor lull-time  and part-time positions in  the following categories:  Bakery Clerks  Cashiers  Dell Clerks  Grocery Clerks  Meal Clerks  Produce Clerks  Previous experience in  Ihe lood Industry would  be an asset. Please send  your resumes to:  Director ol  Human Resources  IGA Plus(Gibsons)  P.O Box 4000  Vancouver, B.C.  V6B-3Z5  33   Work Wanled  Coetplia Bobcat Sendees  Excavating - BaddWng  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Conduction  Drainage  ���868538  TFNs  Pender Kitchens! High quality,  Isclory built cabinets. Complete  installations, Iree est. 883-2179,  883-9317. (42  HAULSALL  GARBAGE REMOVAL  VouChudtlt  We True* It  8859577  #44  Builder with Iruck, framing homes,  garages, decks and additions.  885-0998. #43  Brilt Vatcoe, carpenter, foundations, decks, fences and palios.  885-7977 eves. #42  Housecleaning/window cleaning,  reasonable rates. Give Gail a call,  885-2373. #42  Bob 8 Dennis Renovations,  additions, welding, decks, painting, hoi tubs, skylights - one call  will do il all. 885-3617 142  SUBSTANTIAL  COMPLETION  In the matter ol Bridge  Construction on the  Sechelt / Wilson Foresl  Service Road at  Husdon Creek, southeast ol Sechelt.  Owner: Ministry ol  Forests  Take nolice that  substantial completion  has been given as  ol October 2, 1991.  Contractor: Surespan  Construction Ltd.,  4627 Woodburn Place,  West Vancouver,  British Columbia,  V7S 2WB.  File: 942-7575.13  Sunshine, murder  and the group of seven  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��� Upholstery   m\  powihhii IftUCK-MOUNTEO /.*'. ,  lUuiPMlm It   '..  eisirassiBii msuns   \mj.  JUSl ASK AROUND1 'AAA-  ^  32. Business &  Home Services  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  COAST TREE TOPPING  Fully Insured  10 Years Experience  Orchard Maintenance  885-9577  #44  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden oul ol  control' Need Iree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service. Fully insured. Commerdal 6  residential. Relerences available.  FHED 886-3526. TFN  LLOYD'S  HANDYMAN SERVICES  Home repairs, csrpentry,  plumbing, electrical, painting,  wallpapering, tiling. Small job  specialist. Insured. Free estimate. 886-2769. #45  PLUMBING  RENOVATIONS-REPAIRS  HOT WATER TANKS  LICENCED  24-HR. SERVICE  886-3463  #42  Dtapes t curtains cuslom made,  alterations. Call Amanda alter 6  pm. 8862982. #46  Typing service available.  Manuscripts, resumes, term  papers, business letters, elc. Reasonable rates. 885-7604.     #43  Joyner Home Services: vinyl siding, alum, soffits, lifetime warranty, new Irom 1.75 sq. II, teno  Irom 2.25 sq. II., supply > install.  Lenn Joyner. 8864730.      #46  RENOVATIONS  ADDITIONS  Porches, lences, elc. All carpentry  work done. Call alter 6 pm. B. Talbot 886-2215. TFN  Going Away?  For Ihe BEST in HOUSE  and PET CARE  8852228  886-3823  A DIVISION Dr KEN DEVSIES  i SDK FLOORCOVENINGS  CAN'T KEEP UP  We Will Clean Up  Book now lot Nov. 6 Dec. 884-  5324. #43  N/S mature couple will carelake  property, rels. avail. 883-9912  #43  I will painl cars oi heavy duly  equlpmenl at low prices. 886-  8309 after 6 pm. #43  Llghl moving 1 hauling, yaid 6  basement clean-ups, lirewood.  Phone Noim, 686-9503.      #44  Experienced Health Care Woiker  will provide In-home care lor the  elderly oi disabled, overnight  rates available. Reply to J.  Zahara, Box 1421, Gibsons, B.C.,  VON 1V0 #42  Molly Mouse Day Cate spaces  available -18 monlhs lo school  age. Fun-tilled eating environment  with early childhood trained stall.  886-3913. #8  Occasional siller needed lor 2  children, ages 2 1/2 8 10 mos.  (Pratt fld. area). 886-3067.   #42  Sitter required lor 10 mo. old two  mornings per week, our home.  886-4821. #43  35. Business  Opportunities  FULL OR PART-TIME  Couples and Individuals lor business ol youi own. Local Amway  distributor assists you for splendid  opportunity. 8857144,886-9479  #46  Wholesale meal and deli sales  snd distribution Good lamily business. Gibsons lo Powell River. FP  $65,000,885-5972. #42  lA  St. John  Ambulance  0  offering  Workers' Compensation Board  INDUSTRIAL  FIRST AID  Register now for  70 Hour Day Course  at 5710 Teredo Street  October 29 - November 19  For information & registration  call  Dave Hartman at 885-0919  [���������������.  ��� ������������  by Joan Heustis Foster  In retrospect, it would  be hard to say whether il  was love or hale which  sent my mother off in such       a vigorous pursuit of the  arts in the late 1920's and throughout Ihe '30's. She  was an early and devoted admirer of Ihe paintings  of Tom Thomson and A.Y. Jackson long before Ihe  Group of Seven was formed.  "Tlie Group of Seven" was just a name used to  designate this loosely associated band of dedicated  Canadian painters who undertook to change Ihe  face and style of painting in Canada.  They wanted to escape my mother's pel hate,  that being the restrictions of academic English-style  representational painting. They wanted to paint  Iheir reality, capture the rough magic of the  Canadian wilderness as Ihey fell and saw It, These  artists were far removed from Ihe cloying romanticism of llie English landscape painting of thai time;  us fnr removed ns Ihe rugged jack pine was from the  delicate English rose or the tattered while caps of  Lake Superior from the pastoral ntral ponds of  Britain,  Willi scathing bite, mother would refer lo "One  more cow, udder deep in mud..." during any  discussion of Ihe artistic cliches then on public  exhibit. She was equally disdainful of, and bored  with, still-life cliches such as Ihe "three pieces of  frttil wilh wine Itottle" or Ihe romantic clutch of  roses wilh two fallen petals on the shiny table lop.  She wns bored and wanted to see some action in art,  so she became an avid exponent of the nol-yel  Group of Seven, the Algonquin School.  Her opinion was low of the newspaper critics  and the art academics then in charge. They were  absolute in iheir pronouncements of who was gtxxl  and who was nol.  The press usually hewed to the Academy line,  since where else could Ihey go hut lo the considered  experts of the day for artistic views'.' This reinforced  the cultural tyranny of the academics. The public  forum, itself, is always inclined to resist change and  would rather stay with what it is accustomed to  reading, thinking and seeing.  A reviewer in the Toronto Star al lite time called  the as yet unformed group's initial ollering "The  Hot Mush School of Art." The critique further  stated that the paintings looked more like "a gargle  or a gob of porridge."  But these artists were not inarticulate boobies.  They and their patrons fought back and, over the  A tale of a loose band of  Canadian artists from tlie  Thirties  years, actually developed  their own stranglehold on  Canadian art. Ironically,  Ihey eventually became      the very Academy they  had battled. Thus, after  having scrabbled iheir own way up, Ihey wound up  ignoring many of the new and younger up-and-  coming painters of an ever-evolving art scene, including David Milne and Emily Can  The forerunners of Ihe Group of Seven were  J.E.H. MacDonald, Arthur Lismer, Fred Varley,  Tom Thomson and several others, all of whom  worked al a commercial art firm called Grip. And  all of whom became members of ihe Alls and  Letters Club in Toronto during Ihe period from  1910-1920.  They nil shared a love of art and the North They  look lo the woods and northern Ontario lakes on  weekend camping trips where Ihey painted and  sketched, in Ihe beginnings of a serious Canadian  art movement.  As a loosely-concocted group, they fell in love  with the remote regions of Ontario's Algonquin  Park. They were emotionally involved with Ihe  unique and wild emptiness and silence of Ihe  Canadian wilderness where they fished and painted  and argued the merits of virtually everything.  They were strongly influenced by the French  Impressionists who were, al lhal lime, just lieing  widely recognized around Ihe world.  It was at the Arts and Letters Club that Ihe group  first met persons of wealth and influence who  would become their initial supporters. Among them  was Massey-Harris heir Lawren Mnssey, who not  only became the leader of the group, but was the  only member who did not have to concent himself  with money.  In 1913, a studio building was constructed in  Toronto for the group with Lawren Harris' money  and funds contributed by patron Dr. MacCallum.  This gave litem a common working place where  they became a serious working unit.  Tom Thomson pursued his adventurous blaze  into colour and spent most of his World War One  years, front the first snow melt in March to the lust  threads of chilling October, in Algonquin Park.  Between odd jobs as guide and forest ranger,  Thomson sketched and painted with his own  inimitable tang and left a unique Canadian legacy  unequalled since.  to be continued  Annual general meeting:  i     Pioneer Museum  All members are encouraged In attend Ihe Annual  (ieneral Meeting, Saturday Oct. 26, at Ihe museum.  Doors will he open al 7 pm for those of yuu who  wish lo update your membership or have a look at  the new displays.  The agenda will include an extraordinary  resolution to aller our by-laws, election of the new  executive, the annual general report and a progress  reporl.  /f*u�� A fhtttFdeT  ff/fuotse 'Cat;  BCYCNA  BF1IT1SH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  227  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 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  $3.70 ouch additional word  AUCTION  UNRESERVED TRUCK  AND EQUIPMENT AUCTION. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1991,9AM. 1986  Cal 980C * 950B, Cat D8H  + D7F; (2) 53' Bridge Spans;  Backhoes;Skidsteers; Grad  ers; Mack T/A Auger Truck;  (4) S/A Auger Trucks; (2)  Ladder Trucks; T/A Tractors  to 1989; Service 8 Light  Trucks to 1990; Trailers;  Shop Tools, elc. For lurther  inlormation or consignments  call (403) 269 6600. CPA  Industrial Auctioneers  AUTOMOTIVE  For Sale 1990 Iruck boxes  Phone Steve Marshall Mo  tors 267-9171, local 48.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  DOORSIWINDOWS! Inlerior  and exterior wood, motal and  French doors, woodwindows,  skylights. MORE! Call collect  toWALKERDOORandWIN  DOW In Vancouver al  (604)266-1101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  COLOURFUL BUSINESS.  Do you have a flair for colour  anddesign? Decorating Den.  Canada's lastest growing Inlerior Decorating Franchise  isexpandlnginB.C. Training  provided. Lower Mainland  526-8722, Provincial 1 000-  5658722.  THE ORIGINAL  "JUICEWORKS" VENDING  MACHINE. Earn cash prolils  daily, vending truitjuicos. Old  South, Dew Drop, McCains,  Sunkist, Uptons. Investments  Irom $14,995. Inlo  Canadawlde 1-800-465-  5006.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Vancouver Island; Nanaimo:  Ten station Beauty Salon,  good lease, $54,900 Crofton:  Grocery Store, land, building,  equipment and living quarters, $159,000. Call Gloria  Jennings at 758-8101.  Dynamic Real Estate Career  Opportunity. National Home  Owner Marketing. Be your  own boss. Training set-up  and support. Prime Iranchise  locations available. Head  Office, Kamloops. (604)374  6669.  BAR BO TAKEOUT. Food  courtsortreeslanding. Great  cost controls/lraining/financ  Ing. Low Inventory. SERV  ICE COMPANY. Training/  ongoing support. Resycomm.  customers. No location req'd.  Real $$$ maker. Vancouver  681-9444.  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Addon or Combina  lion Wood-Electric Furnaces  and Heaters. Contact your  local dealer or Valley Com  tort Systems Inc., 1290 Com  mercial Way, Penticton, B.C..  V2A 3H5.  NORITAKE SALEITerriticdis  counts on current patterns1  Delivered well-packed, Insured, For price list on your  Noritake pattern - Alexander's,  'The Noritake Experts", Toronto, toll-tree 1-800 263  5896.   Limited Wholesale Otter Spe  cial purchase. Complete 4'  satellite system with/CKU receiver and decoder $1,955.  5', $2,195. 2' with/CKU receiver $699. 3', $892. 18'.  $683. (403)382-5156.   SUPPORT B.C. COTTAGE  INDUSTRIES. Unique  handkxaltsavailaNe for Christ  mas giving. For colour brochure please send one .40  stamp to TNmbleberry, Box  144,Eas|leBayJ.C.lVDpiTq.  HELP WANTED   CRUISE LINE EMPLOYMENT PACKAGE. Types ot  Jobs/How to get those Jobs/  North America Contact Di  rectory/More! For details call:  (604)535-3539  HELPWANTEO  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many jobs available. Government licensed  home study certification  course. Call lor details:  (604)681 5456 orl 800 665  8339.  MAKE A FORTUNE making  others happy. The ultimate  tundralsing tool is creating  hundreds ol new  opportunities with Incredibly  high incomes. Urgently needs  sales people. 1-800 263  1900.  VANCOUVERISLANDGRO  CERREQUIRESPRODUCE  DEPARTMENT ASSISTANT.  We have an Immediate open  ing in our produce depart  ment lor an energetic person  wilh experience. The sue  cesst-j; applicant will be re  warded with anexcellenl starting wage and a comprehen  sive employee benefit package. Please forward your  resume to:Quality Foods, Box  1120, Qualicum Beach, B.C.,  V0R2T0or Fax to (604)248  4307.  THE FANTASTIC CHALLENGE: Living and working  on an agricultural enterprise  in Europe or Down Under.  Persons aged 18-30 can con  tact the International Agricul  tural Exchange Association.  1501- 17Ave.S.W��� Calgary,  AB.T2T0E2.  CHIEF ADMIN.OFFICER re  quired a.s.a.p. by small VILLAGE 100 miles north ot  WHITEHORSE. Must have  municipal training & experience. Salary in the $40,000  range. Housing available.  Please apply immediately lo:  Mayor a Council, Village ol  Carmacks, Yukon, YOB ICO.  FAX (403)863 6606.  LIVESTOCK  ALPACAS: Rare, calm, intelligent, beautiful. Mind boggling returns lor farmers/investors! Best yet to cornel  Small Investment. Free video  tape - Alpaca breeding.  1(403)434 2352, leave mes  sage.  MISCELLANEOUS  BOOKS, used, rare. Mail older. Computer Book Search.  Send wants specific or gen  eral. Quotes sent. David  Llonas Books, 4720 Eales  Rd, Victoria, B.C., V9B5B4.  478 8211.  PERSONALS  Walson Lake School Reunion. Where are our Alumni  and Stall Irom '52 HI now? Lei  us know! Soon! Write '92  Committee, Box 590 Watson  Lake, Yukon. YOA ICO,  (403)536 2392.  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  tor unpaid taxes. Crown land  availability. For inlormation  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, Ontario, K2C3J1.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and injury claims.;  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer tor  22 years. Call collect;  (604)736-5500. Contingency  tees available. Injured in B.C.;  only.  TRAVEL  AUSTRALIA/NEW 2EA-|  LAND. Call the South Pacific  specialist, ANZA Travel. Van ���',  couver/Auckland, return from-  $1,069 to $1,579. Vancou>  ver/Sydney, return Irom'  $1,189to$1,699. Vancouver;  call: 734 7725. Toll free I-!  8009726928. 20  Coast News, October 21, 1991  Intermediate Immersion coming to Coast  A French Immersion program, new to B.C., will begin  on the Sunshine Coast in  September of 1993. Interested  students will enter Intermediate  Immersion in Grade 4 and  continue Ihrough Grade 12.  Children will receive approximately 5000 hours of French instruction over the eight year  program.  A three year action plan has  been developed for the implementation of ihe Intermediate  Immersion program. Last year.  Intermediate Immersion programs in other parts or Canada  were researched, information regarding available program materials was collected and a report  was submitted to the local  School Board.  Howard White and  the New Democrats  wish to express  sincere appreciation  to all those who  supported our 1991  election campaign.  Our heartfelt thanks  to the people of  Powell River -  Sunshine Coast.  New  'Democrats!  a  HALLOWE-EN  COSTUMES?  shop  help the  Gibsons  886-2488 or Box 598  TERMINAL  forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR - HEMLOCK  886-7033  This year, the primary goal is  to increase public awareness ol  Intermediate Immersion. Next  year, the focus will be student  recruitment and the finalization  of curriculum development.  An information brochure is  being distributed to all elementary school children this week.  This brochure will be followed  up by a Public Forum at  Chatelech Secondary School on  Tuesday Oct. 29 at 7:30 pm. At  this meeting, Elizabeth Goguen  and  Jacinth   Robichaud,  two  guests from the Fredericton,  New Brunswick, School District  will share their experience of  Intermediate Immersion (known  elsewhere in Canada as Middle  Immersion). All interested  members of the public are invited to attend.  If you would like further information concerning the  brochure or the Public Forum,  contact Nancy Brindley, French  Coordinator, al the District  Resource Centre, 886-8184.  Input wanted for  Sechelt OCP  The District of Sechelt is looking for community  imput in its upcoming review of the Official  Community   Plan  (OCP).  The proposal is to create sub-committees from the  various neighbourhoods within the district, with an  appointed spokesman sitting on or advising an Area  Planning   Committee.  Local community organizations and individuals are  urged to be part of a process which is seen by  Council as the community's vision for land use.  Anyone wishing to participate should contact the  Municipal   Hall.  cedArs  NEIGHBOURHOOD  PUB  Brings Back  Just For You  JL \aWm       tuT-M-l Vf ��%d JL  .*a&   Friday Oct 25  Vy^     Q-OA - 19>OAnm  8:30 - 12:30pm  ''9 Bni  Always playing to a full  house... come early, our  seating is limited  0  Wind-up  Who's Going to Mexico?  'Attention Weekly Winners  YOU MUST BE HERE TO WIN!  LIVE ENTERTAINMENT  MEXICAN BAR AND MENU  Hwy. 101 Gibsons  886-8171 II Hwy. 101 Gibsons  886-8171  Friendly Country Legion.  TjMylAtt Hll afUM 1 a*.  Branoh#112  Saturday, Oct. 26th  Monthly  Super  Meat  Draw  3:00pm-4:15pm  Members & Qualified  Guests Welcome  883-9632  883-2235  My sincere thanks to the many  volunteers and supporters who helped  me during the election.  I will work hard to maintain the trust  placed in me by the people of the  Sunshine Coast and the Province of B.C.  Gordon Wilson  Powell River/Sunshine Coast  Brentwood  ��� Luxura Antron  Stainmaster Nylon  ��� Textured saxony  creating an aura of  excellence  ��� Engneered to resist  soiling & matting  ��� 36 Colours  Reg. $49.99^  Vour Value  Summer Sunset  Distinctive cut and loop  carpet engineered to  resist crushing &  matting  Style & distinction for  today's easy  lifestyles.  ��� Certified & warranted  by DuPont for 5 years  ��� lifetime warranty  a&tinst fibre loss from  abrasion  Reg. $38.99*i yd  Vour Value Price  HighTime  Saxony Stain  Stopper  MSRP.  Reg.20.99*��yd  Vour Value Price  I   i our vaiue mce  ylZ��9v/��iy<<  /Iiillrl91 IfUlilu  VINYLVALUES  Star Step  Solarian  Reg. $24.95 sqyd  Vour Value Price  Designer  Solarian II  Rated "Best" In-Stock Reg. $52.99 sqyd  Your Vcdue Price  i^J  Rolliny Out More For You i-rWiW-..  886-7112 open  709 Hwy. 101. 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