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Array Mental fitness  centre opens  * Rett I  An impressive team of mental  health experts have been  assembled at the new  Psychiatric Day Care centre at  St. Mary's hospital. The new  unit, opened last week by MLA  Harold Long, is coordinated by  Mary Belle Bulmer of the  Mental Health Centre in  Sechelt.  The unit is staffed full time  by Psychiatric Nurse and RN  Sue White, with part time help  from Social Worker Genevieve  Finnigan and Therapist Cheryl  Bott. Backup help will be  coming from the staff of the  Mental Health Centre, - Barry  Stein, Mary Christmas and  Beverly Fetnehough, and there  Will be weekly visits from  Vancouver psychiatrist Dr.  Charles Gregory.  In an interview with the  Coast News, Bulmer, Finnigan  and Bott explained that  attitudes to mental health and  mental illness have changed  considerably in die last twenty  years or so. The idea of attending  to mental fitness in much the  same way as one would attend  to physical fitness, with a  regular program of mental  exercises, and if necessary,  treatment by professionals,  means that the emphasis is on  health, rather than illness.  Bulmer said the new day  program will have three  elements.  One  group  with  chronic problems will meet  once a week on a regular basis.  Another, the 'Insight Group',  will meet three or four days a  week for about eight weeks for  intensive group therapy  sessions. "Hopefully, they will  leave feeling healthier and  stronger than when they came  into the program," she said.  "The Insight Group are people  like you and I who every once in  a while get into something like  a chronic depression, or a  recurring situation which points  up the need to change our life.  "The group process is very important here. They start off  with not knowing each other,  and then get into trust issues  and a variety of other things.  "These people have to live  their lives on their own and one  of the most important things to  recognize is that they are the  ones who have to have the skills.  They need to make the changes,  and the decisions and the changes  they make have to come from  within them.  "Our role is one of support.  We're here to help them  recognize their own strengths  and the areas where they need to  make changes. That happens  effectively in a group, unlike a  family or work situation where  there is a tendency to skirt  around emotions and avoid a  confrontation with the hope it  will go away.     - ,  "We encourage people (in the  group) to give honest feedback,  which often helps them to get  an understanding of themselves  and how they operate."  Another group will be taught  stress management techniques  on a short term basis if they are  faced with temporary situations  they are unable to deal with.  Bulmer said participants in  all the programs need referrals  from the Mental Health Centre  or from a doctor, with Dr. Rob  Lehman coordinating the  contacts with other doctors.  When asked if the program  Long discuaMs the new Psychiatric  at ribbon cutting ceremonies last week. See story.  will handle drug ind alcohol  related problems, White said  other excellent programs on  the Coast are dealing with the  issue, but if there is an underlying mental health problem  causing drug or alcohol abuse,  the day care program would be  available.  The new program will mean  that many people who need  intensive therapy will no  longer have to spend prolonged  periods of time at treatment  centres in North Van, Burnaby  or UBC,  "They' were -getting the kind  of therapy we are offering here  now, but it meant finding a  place to stay, and possibly  taking time off from work or  family duties," said Bulmer. "A  number of these people will really benefit from a group day  program.  "Because of the inconvenience,  some people weren't getting the  therapy they needed, so  consequently the stresses built  up and people would end up in  hospital with suicide attempts  or with such severe depressions  that they just couldn't cope.  "One of the goals we have is  coordinator ]  to reduce the number of  hospitalizations for mental  health related problems, and  also reduce the length of stay  for those who are admitted so  they can go back out into the  community and get on with  their lives."  When asked about the public  perception that violence is a  factor in mental illness, Bulmer  and her colleagues adamantly  insisted that, except for very  rare instances, it is not an issue.  Modem medication has made it  possible to control such  tendencies antTvioletlt _ ..bursts  are minimal.  "People who are manic  depressive or schizophrenic will  sometimes show odd or  eccentric behaviour," said  Bulmer, "and that can create a  certain anxiety in the public, but  the episodes of violence are  minimal compared to the  population at large."  She said a more important  issue is the many instances of  violence within families which  are seldom recognized or  reported or treated.  "That's where our Insight  Group will be helpful," she said.  "A lot of people who ordinarily  live perfectly normally have  periods in their lives where they  are just not functioning  effectively. They may have been  hit by depression or anxiety, or  grief and loss, and they need  some outside input."   '  Cheryl Bott brought up a  situation which she often deals  with. "Some people had  experiences in their early  childhood which are still  affecting them in their adult  life," she said.  '"It may have been sexual  abuse or physical or emotional  abuse. If these issues are not  dealt with they can affect a  person's self esteem, and they do  not react positively to life  Rose Nicholsonphoto  situations."  "Through the group process  and a combination of support  and instruction," added  Genevieve Finnigan, "they can  then feel strengthened to go  back to their lives and take initiatives on their own and  create better lifestyles for  themselves."  Confidentiality is an  important consideration for all  staff and participants in the day  care programs.  "This is a small community,"  commented Bott. "We will be  insisting that eveiyone involved  observe this rule. We don't want  to think any personal issues  raised in group sessions will be  repeated outside the group."  Road projects  begin on Coast  New lake at Sargeant Bay  by Stuart BurraMa  The lake is approximately ISO  metres long, it has an island in  the middle and bulrushes  growing along the edges, lt  didn't exist 5 weeks ago.  The lake is part of the  wetland rehabilitation project  undertaken by the Sargeant Bay  Society (SBS), the provincial  government, and various  volunteer organizations to  return the Sargeant Bay  Provincial Park as much as  possible to its natural state.  "To restore the natural  habitat for birds that use the  area," according to SBS secretary  Joop Burgerjon.  Burgerjon said the lake is fed  by two streams, one year round  and one that flows in all but the  driest months. Both streams  were running so high in August  because of heavy rains, it only  took a week for the new lake to  All, and there are already fish in  it.  According to Burgerjon, the  lake is in the same location as a  lake destroyed in the seventies  in a failed development scheme.  "The former owner dredged  the area to build a marina," he  said, "which would have been a  difficult thing even if he was  successful because boats would  only have been able to get in at  high tide."  He said that in the course of  'developing' the area, the former  owner had changed the flow of  the two streams, and created a  sort of tidal pool that filled up  at high tide, bringing with it all  the debris that one associates  with high tide.  "A lot of logs and timber that  washed in there had to be  removed," Burgerjon said. The  mound of logs, now piled  beside the lake in preparation  for an October burning, has a  base of about 20 feet and rises  that far again into the air.  Burgerjon said other tasks had  to be accomplished before the  area achieved its present state of  habitat readiness; an  uninhabitable    cabin    was  Joop  Burgerjon,  Secretary for  the Sargeant  Bay Society,  stands beside  ��� pile of  wood  removed  from the  wetland rehabilitation  project in  Sargeant  Bay.  Stuart  Burntide  photo  demolished, old machinery  was removed, and the SBS  constructed - with the advice  of the Salmonid Enhancement  Program (SEP)\- a spillway  with fishladder and foot bridge,  to both help control water flow  out of the lake and to accommodate fish which are  expected to spawn there once  the area is stocked with  cutthroat trout and coho  salmon, and possibly chinooks.  Funding for the project,  according to Burgerjon, came  from the Environmental  Partners Fund, the Habitat  Conservation Fund, SEP and  Ducks Unlimited, among others,  while the Canadian Wildlife  Service, the provincial  government and Thurber  Environmental Consultants  offered advice. SBS provided the  volunteers and managed the  operation.  The Sargeant Bay Society has  not yet finished its work,  however. It is still trying to  annex some Crown land around  Triangle Lake that is tied to the  Sargeant Bay site through a  corridor of wilderness.        ,  At a recent SCRD Planning  Meeting, the Regional District  decided to pursue a lease  agreement with the provincial  government to make the  Triangle Lake annex a Regional  District Park. Burgerjon is  optimistic this lease agreement  will work out to everyone's  benefit.  A $3,997,454 contract has  been awarded to TNL  Construction Ltd., of  Richmond, for the construction  of Phase One of the Gibsons  Bypass from the Langdale Ferry  Terminal to Stewart Road. The  announcement was made last  week by Lyall Hanson, Minister  of Transportation and  Highways, and MLA Harold  Long.  "The Gibsons Bypass project  is a major component of our  Highway 101 upgrading  program on the Sunshine Coast,"  said Hanson.  "The new highway alignment  will help alleviate traffic  congestion in Gibsons and will  give commercial traffic  travelling north of Gibsons an  alternate route."  Project work includes  clearing and grubbing;  construction of a new highway;  provision of intersection access  to the highway at Stewart Road;  installation of culverts and  drainage facilities; electrical  work for roadway lighting and  traffic    signals    at    the  intersection of the new highway  and Stewart Road.  TNL Construction Ltd.  submitted the lowest of 14  tenders. Project work is  scheduled to be completed by  the fall of 1992. Tenders for  Phase Two of the Gibsons  Bypass project, from Stewart  Road to Payne Road, will be  called next spring.  "The Gibsons Bypass is an  exceptionally important project  for the people of the Sunshine  Coast and for the many tourists  who visit our area," said Long.  "This project, along with (he  work that is nearing completion  on the Wood Bay-Donley Drive  section of Highway 101, will  result in a better, safer road for  highway users."  A road rehabilitation project,  worth $200,000, is to be  undertaken shortly on the Wood  Bay extension. The project is an  extension of the continuing  reconstruction and paving of  two kilometres of Highway  101, and local operators have  been hired to perform the work.  ea\aaaae\a\    H-HfT    _______    __________TT mattl   ____Mi--A-^-b^_-F s*aaaamm\\\aa\���  NIC.* Coast News, September 23,1991  Fall activity at SIB Hatchery  Nature got another helping  hand last week a. the Sechelt  Indian Band hatchery in  Porpoise Bay as mature ferna!.  pink salmon were moved from  pens in the salt water to fresh  water pens.  In a situation which simulates  the time fish in the wild spend  at stream mouths before they  move up to the spawning  grounds, the fish will spend a  few days in the fresh water pens  before their eggs are removed.  "They have to get Ihe salt out  of their systems before the eggs  are ready," Tom Dixon  explained to ihe Coast News as  he kept track of the number of  fish which were being dumped  Dave Bates from the  Aquaculture program at  Capilano College helps catch  brood stock Pink Salmon.  See story.  Joel Johnstone photo  Pitch and putt on hold  by Rose Nicholson  The pitch and pult golf  course for Roberts Creek will  have to be put on hold, at least  until the Official Community  Plan (OCP) is finalized.  Regional District directors  passed a motion put forward by  Area D Director Brett  McGillivray at last weeks  meeling to not go ahead with  Bylaw 310-13 which would  have rezoned (he property for  the mini-course.  There have been two public  hearings on the issue. At the  first meeting in June, residents  in the area gave grudging  approval to the project.  Later requirements by the  Department of Highways  necessitated a second hearing in  August. Al that stormy session  there was virtually a unanimous  rejection of the project.  Explaining the apparent  contradiction in community  attitude, McGillivray said there  was widespread objection to  altering the current Community  Settlement Plan when  negotiations for an Official  Community Plan are so close lo  completion.  "Tliere i.s overwhelming sentiment lhat we shouldn't be  dealing wilh something which  has much larger ramifications,"  he said. Thai's what crystallized  il (the community opinion).  "We have to be concerned  with people who live below  golf courses generally and other  kinds of activities that change  water quality, particularly  when people who live  downstream are still on the  nalural stream systems.  "That's what a community  plan is for, to address those  kinds of water and land use  issues."  Director Jim Gurney spoke  up in favour of the  development. Listing the  existing developments along  the Roberts Creek section of  Highway 101, - a cemetery, a  wildlife club, two kennels, a  golf course, hotel, a provincial  park and and other similar  uses, he said the pitch and putt  project was in line with these  uses.  "It seems to me when you consider those uses along Highway  101, it's a legitimate  expectation that a pitch and putt  golf course be approved," he  observed.  Gumey was also concerned  about the safety of the water  supply of the people below the  highway who get their water  from the many small streams in  the area.  He recommended the  Regional District move as soon  as possible to provide them  with Regional water.  Describing that section of the  highway as "20 years out of  date", he recommended the  Transportation Committee of  the Regional District  immediately begin discussions  with the Department of  Highways to upgrade the strip  and provide passing lanes at  intersections. '���  into the pens by the hatchery  staff and some helpers from the  aquaculture program at  Capilano College.  Manager Sid Quinn said that  chinooks and coho are also raised  ai ihe hatchery which started  operation in 1979 and is one of  the older, and more successful,  efforts of its kind in BC.  "We're doing really well for  the size of our facility and the  waler we have available to us,"  he said. "This year we're going to  he supplying Powell River with  about half a million pink eggs."  Besides the aquaculture  students from Capilano  College, Quinn said a lot of  volunteers from the community  help out from time to time.  "They're interested in  preserving the resource," he said,  "and they like what we're doing.  It's great to see all the people  come out and participate.  "We encourage people to come  and see what we're doing, and  catch the reluming fish, or get  involved   with  any  of  the  Fall Fair winners  The Chamber of Commerce Awarda for Commercial  Landscape/Floral Display: 1st Prize - Gramma's Pub; 2nd  Prize - Chevron Gas, Sunnycrest; 3rd Prize - Cedars Inn.  Mutt Show Winners: Abbie Drake's "Major" - Best Dressed and  Shortest Legs; Laura Matthew's "Lucy" - Longest Tail; Emma  Davidson's "Tessa" - Best Cared For; Molly Davidson's "Bridie" -  Saddest Eyes.  Community Display Award: 1st Prize - Elphinstone Area; 2nd  Prize ��� Roberts Creek; 3rd Prize - Elphinstone Museum.  Grande Aggregate Winner was Lenore Nygren, Wilson Creek.  Division Winners: Flowers - Judy Locked; Vegetables -  Barbara Paulus; Fruit ��� Nora Ward; Canning - Pat McKay; Wine  & Beer - John Stirling; Home Baking - Heather Horsnell;  Greatest Zucchini - Betty Robertson; Needlework - Lois  Kennedy Paine; Handicrafts - Garth David; Art - Lynda  Barondes; Photography - Patricia Hammond; Teens Only - Carla  Howdne; Teen Aggregate Winner - Jean Wyngaert Trophy; 7-12  yrs Only - Chelsea Sleep; 6 yrs & Under - Emma Miller Tansley.  TUGO'WAR  The trophy, donated by the Labour Council, was won by  Lighthouse Pub.  For the second year in a row the Volunteer Action Centre hasted  the Fun Contests at the Fall Fair. This year's winners were:  1 Frank Field of Gibsons  2 Sarah Roberts  3 Emma Davidson  4 Pam Spence  5 Tristan LeRoux  6 Charlotte Williamson  7 Kristen Duffy  8 Caitlyn McNab  9 John Stewart  10 Adam S.  for the bushiest beard  the largest sunflower  prettiest zucchini dressed as a baby  longest runner bean  knobbiest knees  biggest potatoe  child under 12 with the most freckles  baby with the biggest smile  largest zucchini  funniest shaped vegetable  Special lhanks to: Pastimes Toy Store, Casey's Country Garden,  Pentangle Plants, Pharmasave and Milore Nursery for donating  the prizes, and to Kassandra Maidmentt and Jackie for helping  with the judging.  activities."  This year, Quinn added, they  are hoping to transplant coho to  Georgia Strait to offset the  unusually poor run. They are  also planning to transplant  200,000 to 250,000 coho eggs to  the Chapman and Gray Creeks  facilities owned by Scanmar  Fish Products.  "They're key players in the  enhancement program in this  area," he said. "They assist in  incubation and rearing."  Also on hand to watch the  operation were a group of  students from Japan who have  been visiting the Coast. They  were pleased, if slightly taken  aback, with their very fresh and  still wriggling trophies of the  visit which they planned to  barbecue, Japanese fashion, for a  sayonara party for their local  hosts.  'Passport' aids  sick children  A non-profit, charity coupon  booklet known as the "Lifeline  Passport to Saving" is now  available at De Dutch Pannekoek  Restaurant in Gibsons  A novel promotion of the  Variety Club, the booklet  (which contains money saving  coupons) can be obtained for a  minimum $2 donation to the  well-known service organization.  The proceeds from the Lifeline  Passport lo Saving will go to  the "Variety B.C. Lifeline  Program"; a fund which provides  emergency assistance to  critically-ill children who must  travel to major medical centres  for life-saving surgery.  The program covers the cost  of emergency airlift for the child  and an accompanying parent as  well as covering accommodation  expenses.  Children requiring organ transplants are among those served by  this program.  The coupon booklet will be  available through Oct.20.  Election  I Social Credit  5 Harold Long, MLA.  :.       Social Credit Party of BC,  Constituency office:  4493 Marine Ave.,  Powell River  1 485-7225  .KALTH CARE SERVICES  _ "1 think you have to look at  ��� l what we've put into il already.  j�� This year alone there was an 11  �� percent increase (in funding).  | Over the last three years there's  ���; been a 33 percent increase as  r. health care costs have gone up,"  g Long says."...When it got to a  g certain point where the health  ft care dollars were just sky  i" rocketing, the Ministry said,  ;2 'Hey, we're going to try to curb  ;' this spending as best we can,' to  fi try and make those hospital  ;; boards accountable rather than  I just spend, spend, spend."  g Locally he had high praise for  ;' the fiscal responsibility of  ���* hospitals in this constituency,  ���~ but said they got caught up in  ���t Ihe measures imposed province-  i; wide.  ij "With the growing  ���- population here, the Health  j? Ministry must do an assessment  ;.; on them lo see where they're at  e with their funding. They have  ��� ��� not done that assessment. I've  .'; written letters and made phone  .; calk telling them ... so there's a  !; bureaucratic mix-up as well.  "1 think it's a battle between,  II not only the government, but  !; the bureaucracy that is handling  )' the health care system, and the  !��� hospital boards and the  ','��� hospitals in general.  ',1 "We have to look at better  ;* ways of delivering health care....  ;.' If that means more involvement  ;. by people, I guess that's what  || il's going to take."  R  NATIK LAND CLAMS  "I've been working on that  with ihe native people for a  couple of years steady, and I  have asked our Ministry and  tried to gel the letters from the  Ministry. They've asked Ottawa  and Ottawa's ready to sil down.  They just haven't worked out  tlte Unites of it.  "I think Ihe glitch is lhat the  Federal government is saying to  Ihe provincial government '  Lookil, you guys have lo  commit lo 30 percent or 25  percent of these claims.'  "The Provincial government  is taking the stand thai, 'Hold it  guys, when wc came inlo  confederation, you guys said you  would look alter that. Now  you're saying you want us to pay  25 or 30 percent. We don't know  what we're dealing with here.'  "So I'm saying to them, 'Let's  get on wilh our native land  claims. You sort out your  divvying up after.'  "The province is obviously  going to give up some fishing  and minerals and timber, and I  think the Federal government is  going to have to make up the  cash difference on the other  things"  Liberal  Gordon Wilson  Leader, Liberal Party of BC  Campaign office:  5522 Wharf St.,  Sechelt.  885-2239  HEALTH CARE SERVICES  "There have to be long term  health care programs that are  established through a  community health care  program," Wilson asserts.  "In this riding in particular,  one of the things I'd like to see  is more diagnostic and  treatment facilities outside of  St. Mary's Hospital. In other  words the clinic in Pender could  be expanded to provide full  diagnostic and treatment  services. There could be the same  ihing in Gibsons. To allow  people to come in and access  treatment through clinics  instead of having lo go into  Emergency..."  This, he states, would make  health care more accessible lo  people in Ihe area, and by  reducing the capital expenses  and operational costs, would  reduce the cost of health care.  "Through a Ministry of  Human Development,  integrating community-based  health care, education, economic  development, and social  services, we will be looking at  that. What we would do is  develop a demographic profile  of each community in the  province...so that we have an  understanding of the  complexity of the make-up of  each community and can fund  accordingly on the basis of what  those needs really are."  NDP  NATIVE LAW CLAMS  Wilson says the issue has five  component parts, including the  recognition of native people in  the constitution and the  removal of the Indian Act, with  its contingent second class  status for native people.  Regarding the land claims in  B.C. he says, "We believe that  the first thing that needs to  happen is that title should be  provided for all undisputed  lands.... That provides Ihem the  ability to develop a form of  self-government."  Having found a mechanism to  implement self-government, he  goes on, land claims must be  addressed. This would have to  begin by clearly defining the  term 'traditional'.  "As long as that term  'traditional' exists, and is tied to  the question of residency and  occupancy of land, I don't think  we're going to get very far.  "Then we have to set up a  process by which those claims  can be freely negotiated. In  order to do that we have to make  sure that the third party interest  is represented... people who may  own land that is under dispute.  We have to find a way to  negotiate with a view to coming  up with a just settlement."  Howard White  New Democratic Party,  Campaign office:  683 Highway 101,  Gibsons.  886-3247  HEALTH CARE SERVICES  "We think of public health as  something that we fought for  and are largely responsible for  bringing into practice in  Canada," White explains.  "Right now, we've got a government that's picking on caregivers and services and closing  330 beds around the province in  order to save $20 million. At  the same time they're  authorizing $380 million to  pour concrete, for facilities  associated with health care.  They're saying they have to close  all these beds because they're  short of money. Well, it's a case  of mistaken priorities as far as  I'm concerned  "Certainly the NDP would  restore the proper priorities, and  not necessarily increase the  overall budget."  White maintains the major increases in the health care budget  come from the $25 million pension the government negotiated  with physicians and the ban by  the federal government on No  Name drugs. Both these moves  were supported, he says, by the  Socreds.  "And yet those aren't where  the cuts are being made. They're  being made in wages to caregivers and services to the public.  Again, we think this is a case of  mistaken priorities, and dishonesty in telling the public what's  really going on."  Election Correction  The Coait Newi erred In last week's Election '91 a***m Inadvertantly switching  Harold Long's platform on Health Services witli Gordon WHaon's platform. We  regret any confusion this may have canter! the reader and any distress this may have  caused the candidates. The information has been rerun under the correct candidate's  section in this week's coverage.  NATIVE LAND CtAMS  "We've always been in favour  of a jusl settlement for Native  peoples, just for the sake of justice. Now, native land claims  have become quite an economic  problem as well, because many  resource industries have limitations on their development because they're on areas that are  disputed. This is costing the  economy of B.C. tens of millions of dollars.  "We are prepared lo sit down  and negotiate immediately,  from the starting position that  the native people do have a  claim. ... and that there is  justification for some form of  self-government."  The actual shape and form of  the settlements and self-government, White maintains, would  have to depend on negotiations  which include the Federal  government.  "But for God's sake, let's get  rid of all these blockages, all  these provisions, about only being able to negotiate six at a  time, and not being able to acknowledge claims before  they've gone through all kinds  of hoops, and sit down and get  negotiating.  "It's going to take a long time,  but we want to see fair, affordable settlements.... One of  the things that people don't  realize is that if the Sechelt land  claim was settled it would  bring $50 million into this area  which they have said will be  used for economic  development."  mmmammm  ������ Coast News, September 23,1991  Dead days of thfe Raj  IN A NUTSHELL  S. Nutter  The other day, an elephant appeared on our window sill. It  was a substantive elephant,  beautifully carved of good leak  wood, wilh little ivory tusks. It  was obviously a relic of the days  the British were in India.  It had been rummaged out of a  cardboard carton by my  housemate. This is not a large  place but it seems lo contain an  almost infinite number of these  cartons. My housemate's mother  kept everything, and my  housemate tends to do the same.  The elephant brought back  memories. If you were some  way extant in Britain in the  'twenties and 'thirties, there was  no escape from the Empire.  Shadowy cousins, uncles -  fathers, even - were "out there"  or had just come back. People  who had spent maybe only a  four-year stint as a junior clerk  would come back laden with all  this loot, and spend the rest of  Iheir lives making their own  chutney in Putney.  Almost impecunious maiden  aunts, mouldering away in  Bognor or wherever, would have  an elephant's foot umbrella stand  at their door, or a splendidly  carved ivory cigarette box filled  with the stickiest of sweets.  Strains of "Pale Hands I Loved"  fill my after-supper memories.  There were, of course, some  pretty solid tales, not necessarily  written by Rudyard Kipling. For  example, a cousin of mine -  Eliot - was sent to Cairo as a  magistrate. Subsequent postings  took him farther arid farther up  the Nile. He found that the  farther he moved up the Foreign  Office ladder, the more remote  became his location. He ended  up British Superintendent for all  that blasted country that was  thought to include the source of  the Nile; the far South of the  Sudan, with an almost  indistinguishable border between  it and the far north of Uganda.  He had a troop of Askari and a  chug-chug river boat with a two-  inch gun, just like Sanders of  the River1.  Eliot came to love Africa and  the varied tribesmen, some  practically back in neolithic  times and others in relatively  advanced societies.He was only  dragged away from il, kicking  and complaining, through Ihe  efforts of his mother - a  formidable sister of my father's.  She was determined that he  should have a 'proper' job in  London, gel married and so  forth.  When I saw him five years  ago, he was tending a  flourishing garden about as far  north as he could gel from the  Sudan. On a good day, from his  garden he could see Wick, at Uie  very top of Scotland.  He was also raising  Staffordshire Terriers, a burly  black brindled tribe of dogs. He  walked Ihem twice a day and I  went wilh him on a couple of  occasions. The dogs marched  ahead in line astern, the oldest  bitch leading. It was impossible  not to envision them as a line of  black porters wending their way  through so many African films.  We went along the edge of a  metalled road, headed for a path  up a wood hill. If a dog - a  junior dog, il would be - put so  much as a paw on the road, Eliot  would bark "off! off!" and the  dog would whip it back.  They were, however, a  reasonably happy bunch, it  seemed lo me. The three senior  (prize) bitches lived in the  house. Any time the phone rang,  they would race into the  hallway, leap inlo the air (head-  high they could leap) and bark in  the most joyous possible way. I  received a call while I was there.  "Good God," said the caller,  "what's all lhat barking?" I said I  heard nothing, and he rang off  wondering, perhaps, about the  Scottish telephone syst .-ni  Eliot, though turned a Wi  grim by his long years it, the  stony wastes, had been notably  the merriest of my cousins. He,  more than anyone else, had got  me reading at an early age. He  introduced me to the nonsense  verses of Edward Lear and  pointed out the humor in  'Strewelpeter' and other moral  tales we got fed in those days.  He told me an anecdote of  reading in the Sudan. When on  trek through his territory, he  would sit at night in his tent  under an acetylene lamp. He  would have a tub half-full of water at his feet and a pair of  scissors; as the scorpions would  come trooping in, he would snip  off their tails and pop ihem in  the tub. It was cruel, he said, but  what could you do?  The days of the British Empire  are quite happily dead. The days  of the Russian Empire,  apparently likewise. A question  now perhaps hangs there of  whether we can avoid some kind  of empire in the United States.  A year later, here's to us  FROM THE HIP  J.M. Sherman  It has been a year since I began  this exercise in faith and terror  otherwise known as writing a  weekly newspaper column. And  while 1 don't know precisely  what 1 want to say about this  minor milestone, this testimony  to your tolerance and my nerve,  I feel compelled to say some  thing. (A compulsion which no  doubt partially accounts for the  genesis of "From The Hip" and  much of my personal suffering  down through the years, come to  think of it).  Ten days ago in Madeira Park  a good-natured woman with a  temperment and tongue as salty  as a slab of smoked salmon told  me, "I've read all your columns  and I'm glad to see you've  finally calmed down and got  some of that Los Angeles stuff  out of you. I like the things  you're writing lately."  Prior to the March 18 edition,  however, 1 was not often the  recipient of such pithy feedback,  more's the pity. That was the  issue in which photographs  approximating the likenesses of  Nutter, Burnside, and myself  were introduced because that's  the way it's done on big-city  papers, right? None of us was  thrilled (most especially your  humble incendiary) with the  idea, anonymity lending a  special brand of courage to those  who would chide and incite  with impunity.  In the early 60's I was, for  two heady years, a star of a  children's television show based  in Toronto, so I've had some  experience with people I've  never met recognizing me and  interacting with such familiarity that I feel like an amnesia  victim.  There is an enormous  difference between then and  now, however. During my  fifteen minutes of fame,  courtesy of "The Randy Dandy  Show," members of the public  were meeting Michael the  Magic Minstrel. A young guy  with an acoustic guitar and a  ready, lop-sided grin, the Magic  Minstrel was the object of  largely good-natured speculation as to his sexual  orientation. This arose from the  fact that he was the first male  performer in Canada to appear  on camera in shimmering  Pedals & Paddles  End Of Summer  LIQUIDATION  n  m  white ballet tights, ballet  slippers, Robin Hood tunic,  gold neck chain, and red-and-  white satin cape.  In retrospect, it occurs to me  that more people have initiated  contact in the past six months  as a result of my "From Tie  Hip" mug shot than ever did on  the streets of Toronto or  Hamilton when Randy Dandy,  Silly Willy, the Magic Lady  and the Magic Minstrel were  grinding out those five hours a  week at CHCH-TV.  I'm still at an immediate  disadvantage when you guys  introduce yourselves, but  there's nothing I can do about  thai. The fact thai my  gracefully and slowly-ripening  pass grins out at you weekly is  nol the kind of thing I dwell on.  Consequently, I'm always  surprised, always frantically  trying to place where I met this  someqne who seems to know  so damned much about me!  Aw, shucks, folks, I've been  , _ beating around the bush here  long enough. 1 love it that so.  many people on the Coasl have  made it a point to say hello, and  il has nothing to do with my  ego-tripping, 60's incarnation  who would rather sign  autographs than eal.  All my life I've been crazy  for contact, preferably  meaningful, and more often than  not I've done the honours, made  the first move. But in the last  year, without even trying, I have  crossed paths with some of the  more interesting characters 1  have had the good fortune to  meet and the even better sense to  listen to.  "From The Hip" crystallizes  out from the cauldron of my  Unconscious by way of my  interacting with the world in  all ils wondrous  manifestations. Bul mostly it  derives from my on-going dialogues wilh people; wilh  friends, acquaintances, and with  readers of this column.  Like the woman in Pender  Harbour or the intense  professional man in Sechell who  makes a point of demonstrating  where a particular column went  astray, many readers have had'a  lot more to unload on me lhan  mere praise. They have had  plenty lo say about "From The  Hip," all of it valuable, not all  of it positive.  But most of all, readers of  "From The Hip" who have made  themselves known have shared  aspects of their own lives with  me, including much which has  directly or indirectly influenced  Ihe column. And now that I face  the second year with the same  sense of faith (in me, in you, in  the butterfat content of Hagen  Das ice cream) and terror (of  coming up dry) with which I  began, I need even more of the  same from you.  More contact. More close  encounters of the liberated kind,  where free and frank exchanges  of ideas naturally go hand in  hand with good feelings, an  appreciation of individual  differences, and a love of  growth, change, and the  Unknown.  Which is what I like to think  "From The Hip" is all about,  most of the time.  (Now if 1 can just shake the  rest of that Los Angeles stuff,  I'll be golden).  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Such is the case with the Sargeant Bay Society.  In a remarkably few number of years, the group has managed  to have its desired park established by the provincial government.  A tremendous amount of work has been done by volunteers and  the Sargeant Bay Park has all but returned to its natural state.  Now the group has set another, associated target and is moving  toward the incorporation of Triangle Lake inlo the park system  with ihe same steady focus that il has used in the past. Chances  are good it will be as successful in this endeavour as with the  resloration and preservation of Sargeant Bay.  The members of the Sargeant Bay Society deserve much praise  for their contributions to our Coast. Perhaps other, equally  deserving projects could be successful if approached with the  same steady perseverance and focus.  A matter of perspective  There is an ongoing debate about whether culture shapes the  language or vice-versa. Either way, the terms we use to  describe things of the same nature under varying  circumstances, will often reveal the fascinating way we twist  and maneuver our perceptions.  Take the venerable financial institutions in this country, for  instance. There was a time in our culture when to call  someone a money-lender or shylock was a terrible insult. Now  they run the country.  Similarly, there is no question that lo be a con artist is a  negative thing, and illegal to boot. Bul dress a con-man up in  a gray suit, put him on Bay Street or the like, and you no  longer have a social reject, you have an advertising executive  ... a promoter ... a marketing consultant.  Face it. There's little essential difference between Ihe guy  who cons you into buying a fake bond or the guy who  convinces you to buy the terribly expensive plastic toy that  breaks Christmas morning or, in fact, Ihe guy who persuades  you to elect a person at best inept, and at worst corrupt, to  govern your country or province.  The majority of consumers are still at the mercy of the  psychological slickness of ad campaigns. In spite of massive  efforts at consumer education, we still hand over billions of  dollars to Mattel et al.  Worse yet, we continue to hand over the land we love and  our children's futures to the people who find the best PR firm.  If we are ever to move forward in this country we must look  past the packaging and critically examine the contents of the  political offerings.  Most of us have little sympathy for any individual who  allows himself to be a 'patsy' on a regular basis. Likewise, we  have no right to whine and complain about our bad  government if we continue to vote for cosmetics.  LETTERS  Questions need  answers  Editor's note: a copy of the  following was received for  (judication.  pibsons   Landing   Heritage  Sociely  Pox 955  Eibsons, B.C.  tr. Fred Inglis:  J I attended this year's Annual  peneral Meeting of the Gibsons  Landing Heritage Society to ask  gome questions.  - My first question is one I  sked at the previous AGM and  lave never received a satisfac-  ry answer for, so I'll  ask  ���gain. Why is the W.I. Hall (a  former communily hall) being  planned as a "fixed seating"  situation? If retractable seating  iicit: used, the hall could fulfil  s    original    purpose,    to  cilitate  various community  nctions; e.g., Fall Fairs, Craft  'airs, Dances and Socials, as  ell   as   many   lypes   of  itertainment and performing  ftrls  J Other questions involve the  igistics of raising a somewhat  ail old wooden structure high  lough off the ground to excavate and build an 8' concrete  lasement. What is the actual  it of this portion of the pro-  .t, and is the total estimate of  100,000 good value for a 52-  ar old structure? In the end, is  adequate for our needs?  Another question arose from  ie AGM itself: How did the  LHS ever obtain a 25-year  ise from the Town of Gibsons  $1 per year without this ever  ing to referendum to be voted  n by the taxpayers of the  'own?  Over and above all these  questions there is one very deep  concern. Why is the GLHS  building a theatre when the  Bylaws of the Society were  adopted for the sole purpose of  saving heritage buildings and  sites in our area?  Your response in writing  would be greatly appreciated.  Cindy Buis  Founding President  of the GLHS 1986  A great idea, but...  Editor:  Re: the article in The Coast  News, Sept. 9, concerning the  opening of a Teen Mom  program.  I find the idea commendable,  and helping a young person to  complete their education is  indeed worthwhile. Schools  such as this have been available  in larger areas for quite some  time  However, I do find rather  incongruous the feeling of  excitement I detect in reading  lhal Ms Evans anticipates  perhaps next year ihere may be  even "six or seven girls enrolled", as opposed lo the three,  with possibly a fourth, this  year.  Surely, one would hope that  with the emphasis on sex  education, the unending  publicity aboul condoms and the  availability of same, we should  hope for a decrease rather than  an increase in the numbers attending this school?  I. R. Maxwell  Editor's Note: It should be  clarified that Ms Evans was  referring to the enrollment of  already existing teen mothers  who are not yet in the system.  We are back in New  Brunswick resting briefly from  our travels, again at the home of  Constable Monique Vaughan, a  stalwart if somewhat eccentric  member of Canada's premier  police force, the RCMP.  Out there, beyond the confines  of our travelling van and our  assorted road maps, Canada  continues to dance its economic  and political dances. These seem  dances of energy and passion - or  is it desperation? - but somewhat lacking in grace, dignity,  direction and form.  While we have been exploring  the sometimes breathtaking and  always daunting geography of  the country, the posties have  gone on strike again and gone  back wilh nothing settled; the  somewhat timid and  conservative members of the  Public Service Alliance of  Canada have gone on strike,   .  goaded by what must be the    V  most devious and misguided     k  government in Canadian history.!  They have tied up the country    ���-.  and massed in their tens of thousands before the House of  Parliament - can this be Canada?  - and then, having run out of  strike funds, claimed a moral  victory and gone back to work  with nothing settled.  Here in New Brunswick tliere  is a provincial election campaign  with that rarest of commodities  in Canada - a popular premier -  seemingly destined lo sweep  easily to re-election. You  remember Frank McKenna; he  surged to power four years ago  with every single seal in the  provincial legislature occupied  by members of his Liberal party.  He opposed Meech Lake  sternly but, within weeks, was  persuaded to support it. It  didn't matter, since his Liberal  counterpart in Newfoundland  recalled the legislation of  support and scuttled it anyway,  In Canada,  the dance goes on  MUSINGS  John Burnside  aided by an NDP legislative  member of native origin in a  paralyzed legislature in  Manitoba.  And so began the latest  chapter of constitutional crisis  in the midst of the second  serious economic recession in a  decade, and what may be the beginning of economic collapse in  this country, as our jut-jawed  prime minister implements the  agenda of the multi-national  corporations on the one hand  whilst vowing to keep a disintegrating country together  with the other.  Oh, this is by no means all.  The papers coast lo coast are  full of stories of politicians and  their sidekicks and supporters  suspected of or charged with the  taking of bribes, and all kinds of  unseemly shenanigans.  Tired and discredited  governments in BC and  Saskatchewan have to face the  people soon and are lashing  about in the death frenzies,  filling the air with last-minute  promises and threats to divert  attention from their records of  non-achievement and worse.  Everywhere, the Canadian  farmer is being forced deeper  and deeper into debt, getting  about the same for his produce  as he did twenty years ago,  though the cost of food in the  markets has gone up by  multiples of five and six. Our  farming population grows  collectively older as young  people refuse lo enter the  economic quicksand lhat food  production has become in this  country.  Our resolute and steely-eyed  leaders, provincial and federal,  vow a resolve to tighten bells in  lean times; never their own. The  mandarins of Ottawa got a four  percent raise on the day before  the rank and file members of  government employees were  fold they.could expect nothing.  The archangel of fiscal restraint  himself, John Crow of the Bank  of Canada, accepted a hefty  increase on a hefty salary while  preaching that others must leam  to go without.  Tlie leaders of the Public  Service Alliance point out that  twenty years ago income taxes  in this country were about fifty-  fifty between corporations and  the taxpayers' personal incomes.  Today, the ratio is 88% for the  payer of personal income tax,  and 12% for the corporations  when they don't get them  deferred by kindly and understanding governments.  To speak of these things is already somewhat treasonous  because, if we do, the  corporations may go away and  whal will we poor Canadians do  then?  Someone has said that if all  the deferred corporate taxes  were collected, the deficit  would largely melt away. Oh,  hush my mouth and lets keep  putting the boots to the welfare  recipients and those employed at  marginal rates and won't we be  surprised when Ihe crime rates  and toll of human misery keeps  rising in this once most-envied  of countries?  And yes, the dance goes on in  Canada and what can we say  about it that is positive?  Precious little, I'm afraid. Even  the popular Frank McKenna,  aboul to sweep back into power  in New Brunswick, has showed  his toughness with a wage  freeze on his poorest employees  whilst carefully avoiding any  conflict with the industrial  giant of the Maritimes, H. K.  Irving.  Aha, but there is a little  something. A small story of  life-saving which warms the  heart in these falling days. Tlie  intrepid M. M. Vaughan, enjoying a swim in the August lakes  of New Brunswick with  beloved beau Brian, came across  a seeming dead and floating  humming bird, probably a young  one that ventured out too far  into unknown dangers.  She swam back with Uve little  creature held above her head and  out of the waler. It revived. A  couple of care-taking days later,  it was released and flew away,  but later that evening it  relumed to the apple tree,  exhausted, and submitted  willingly to recapture. A few  more days and it was well and  freed again, this time for good.  A little story of no great moment, perhaps, but folks, these  days you have lo take the  positives where you can find  them. They are as rare and as  fragile as the hummingbird  itself.  Shall we join tlie dance?  Access to winter  sports haven  Editor's note: A copy of the  following was received for  publication.  Mr. BaiTy Mountain,  Ministry of Forests,  7077 Duncan St.  Powell River, B.C.  Friends of Caren, an  organization set up to preserve  the old growth forests of the  Caren Range of the Sechelt  Peninsula, and to assist with  measures to create a new  Provincial Park with the old  growth forest as the focus, is  anxious to have winter access to  Lyon Lake, in the proposed park  area, kept open this winter.  The purpose of having winter  access would be to allow the  general public to enjoy the many  winter sports which the area  offers, including cross country  skiing, tobogganing, ice skating  and skidooing, as well as to  allow us to continue our work  of documenting the many interesting species of wildlife  which frequent the area.  Accordingly, would you  kindly arrange for your crews to  keep the public road open and  free of snow between Halfmoon  Bay and Lyon Lake this winter.  PaulH. Jones  Friends of Caren  A questionable  solution  Editor:  I find it ironic that, as a  taxpayer, I have to pay for Ihe  repair of a logging road that is  contaminating our water  supply. I find it unconscionable  that the contractor hired to do  the repair work should be the  very same forestry giant that  caused the problem in the first  place.  Why cannot the forestry  company pay for the repair out  of its own massive profits?  Why is the Ministry of Forests  acting as an agent for the  forestry companies rather lhan  as an agent of BC taxpayers who  pay their salaries?  Derek Houghton  Responsible Stand  Editor:  The Sunshine Coast Planned  Parenthood Association would  like to commend Dr. R. Marsh  for supporting the installation  of condom machines in this  community.  We are pleased to see someone  of his stature take such a  responsible stand publicly, and  fully endorse his efforts.  Sheri Bourne  GVFD top notch!  Editor:  Last weekend, at four in the  morning, we had the traumatic  experience of a severe house fire.  However, due to the  wonderfully quick response of  the Gibsons Volunteer Fire  Department - Wesl Howe Sound  Fire Protection District - the  damage was kept lo a minimum,  leaving (wo very relieved and  very grateful residents.  We are most impressed by the  efficiency, thoroughness,  sensitivity and kindness of all  the men involved. What is a  really dreadful experience was  made much easier to bear.  We  want  to  express  our  gratitude to, admiration of and  praise for a really top-notch  Fire Department. We are all  very fortunate to have such a  fine, dedicated group of  volunteers in our community.  Don and Joan Hopkins  I'oast News wetctmiayaSr  llettert and opinion; however we  reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity, clarity and to en-  I tare legal propriety under the libel  itawsofCaaada.  const  XtmS��i*mcm*_i_.i--.'>>��>  ������and pubh-hM on th. 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Cseon*^  CooBr.JinwWlon.  rimfisnmw.ou*  Percy, Margaret W��l  J-c^VWM.J"r<��  Oslry>arjuarM.H*ry  7.rA,J0ftnf_jni>.P����  Henu*rm, JO-AnM  Sheanh.  I  Vour community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  iQjJr   X&S Sjfpt Coast News, September 23,1991  Native Perspectives  A return to healing  i  I first entered the Native  traditional sweatlodge about  eight years ago. I was nineteen,  searching for direction at a time  in my life when I wondered  what road 1 should travel.  When 1 entered again this  spring, after an absence of  probably three years, and felt its  warmth, it was like meeting an  old friend I hadn't seen in a long  time, a friend I love and respect  and enjoy being with but had  lost touch with over the years. I  wondered why I had allowed  myself to be away from this  friend for so long, That is how  it was for me to enter the lodge  again.  Today 1 am writing on scrap  pieces of paper, whatever I can  find. I have been asked, and feel  honoured, to tend the fire that  heats the rocks for the lodge.  Between rounds I sit at the door  and open it when they call "all  my relations, open the door." It  is my job today and I am  honoured to do it.  I am outside the lodge, as 1  write, but I can hear the prayers  from inside, only slightly  muffled. The drum and songs are  clear but they, too, come from  far off. I have a good feeling  sitting here today because I am  beside my friend and I feel the  grandfathers around me.  They will do four rounds,  each varying in length. Time has  no significance here. A round is  over when it is over and four  rounds are done when they are  done. It is a place to put away  the daily schedule and pray for  yourself, your brothers and sisters and the world. It's a time to  Canda's oldest tree  The oldest recorded tree-ring  sample in Canada has been  discovered in the Caren Range  on Sechelt Peninsula. Last  week, a Vancouver based  dendochronologist confirmed the  finding. Researchers counted  1,636 annual growth rings on  the Caren Range yellow cedar  sample near Lyon Lake.  News of the historical find  was broken to a jubilant meeting  at the Friends of Caren last  Monday night. The group,  dedicated to protecting the two  square miles of old growth  remaining on the Sechelt  Peninsula, had sponsored a  Fund-raising   kick-off  On Sept.28, the works of some of B.C.'s finest artists will  be on the auction block in a benefit for the Sunshine Coast  Arts Council.  More than two dozen paintings and sculptures have been  donated by artists such as Lionel and Patricia Thomas,  Gordon Munro, Don Jarvis and Peter Parker. The works are  diverse, ranging from watercolour landscapes to cast bronze  abstracts, yet the artists share a common bond as Sunshine  Coast residents.  The auction kicks off fund-raising for renovations and  expansion to the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre. Viewing  begins at 6:30pm on Sept.28 at the Arts Centre (Trail &  Medusa) in Sechelt, with the auction following at 8 pm.  For more information, phone 885-5412.  Retirement and insurance Planning Since 1982  ��� L.K. Chambers, cm  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800*663*2051  Muluil funds Ike nce * 1 ill  Guvdlin (.roup rrf Fundi lid.  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  V|��-r  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  .-_____�����'..  Plans  CHAMBERS  ���MUNNI-K.   MR.1(1.  SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 46  (SUNSHINE COAST)  Continuing Education  �� ��� (ESL)  Classes for people whose first language is not  English start Sept. 26 (7:30-9:30 pm) at Davis Bay  Elementary School. Free tutoring is also available.  For registration or information  call Continuing Education at 885-2991.  Dollar a bag day!  Tues. 24th  $/tttlffrHRlFTY,S  "^ ABOVE KENS LUCKY DOLLAR  HELP THE  ,     Gibsons  DONATIONS 886-2486 OR BOX 598  come back to the womb and  start again.cleansed.  They have finished the second;  round and I open the door when  called upon. I pass water to the  six people inside. Although  they can come out between  rounds they choose not to. They  lay back.silenl, contemplating  what has just passed and what is  to come. Standing at the open  door I can feel the heat from the  rocks inside.  After a while I cany six more  rocks inside, one after another.  As I pass each one in I can see  them glowing red, framed by  the darkness within. I pull the  door closed when the last rock  is placed in the hollow at the  centre of the lodge.  One of the people here has  never been in a sweatlodge  before. He catties a special hurt  dendochronology (tree ring  dating) course through which the  research was conducted.  Vancouver dendochronologist  Marion Parker confirmed the  count on the 1,636 year old  Caren Range yellow cedar.  The previous count for the  oldest-known tree ring sample  was taken from a large stump in  a clearcut at an undisclosed  location near Lyon Lake.  Researchers used hand lenses and  microscopes to count the  tightly-spaced rings. Although  news of the find is being sent to  the major provincial and national  media, the precise location is not  being released this time to  prevent souvenir hunters from  damaging the site.  Breast  Cancer  takes toll  Breast cancer is common in  Canada, affecting one out of  every 10 women. Because  women play such a vital role in  our society, breast cancer can  also have a devastating impact  on families and loved ones, the  work place and the community.  Last year, 1800 new cases of  breast cancer were diagnosed in  BC - a third of all new female  cancers. Breast cancer accounted  for 540 deaths last year in BC,  representing 18 percent of all  female cancer deaths in the  province.  Treatment for breast cancer  includes surgery, radiotherapy  and chemotherapy, often in  combination. Results are  usually good in bringing the  cancer under control. Research  continues to look for increasingly effective treatments.  The earlier breast cancer is  diagnosed and treated, the better  the chances of successful  treatment. This is why early  detection is our best defence  against the disease.  The Breast Health Program of  the Canadian Cancer Society  works throughout the year to  promote early detection of  breast cancer. In October, we  focus our attention on Breast  Health, to reach as many women  as possible.  We encourage women to:  learn and practice Breast Self  Examination (BSE); have an  annual physical examination by  a doctor and have an annual  mammogram, for women 40 and  over.  GIBSOIXI  PARK PLAZA  Is Under Construction  And Will Be Open November 1991  CALL NOW!  _r%tk\    * IGA PLUS  UjVS.   * WOOLWORTHS  *# * SEARS  Retail Bay Sizes 600 sq. ft. Plus  National Franchise  Opportunities Available  For Information - Call Cheryl MacKenzie  1-876-3199  with him. A close friend has  i just died. They pray for him and  the spirit of his friend. It is a  good place to begin the process  of healing.  The others here have long  j since chosen the lodge and with  it, Native spirituality and  values as a way of life. They ate  cleansed here and made whole  again.  The third round is over and I  ��� open the door. They come out  | and bathe in the mountain creek  ; lhat sings by the lodge. They  I talk about the round.  "It was a good round," they  say, smiling. They are family.  I take the last six rocks in and  watch each one with pride as it  . finds its place with the other  rocks in the lodge. I can smell  the burning sage mixing with  the spruce boughs that blanket  the earth inside.  Later, I sit outside in the cool  evening ait. I feel good sitting  here. Behind me is the lodge.  Mountains are all around. The  fire dances in front of me and I  can think of no place i _ rather  be right now. This is my place  and this is where I should be.  The fourth round is over and  the fire only smoulders now.  We have talked for a while and I  am happy to hear that the new  friend to the lodge is feeling  good. There is an easy smile on  his face that wasn't there before.  The conversation is for his  benefit and mine. The two elders  of the lodge talk about the path  they walk. They laugh softly as  each tells a story about learning  and always learning more.  They also shake their heads  about the other path they  walked before coming home.  Terrance Armstrong is a  Community Development  Worker and Program Director  with the Interior Indian  Friendship Society  Lucky\ /Luck.  dollar. produce Department 'D-QkLAa:  vrn"fnMnnrniw.fl_iniHWfflW.*fiw^  FOODS  FOODS  Ken's Lucky Dollar  U faVttout fo introduce  John Theal Produce Manager  We're proud of the fresh produce section at Ken's Lucky Dollar Food!  John Theal invites you to check out his produce section every week  Luck\ ,  DOLLAR \  FOODS  Ken's Lucky  ��� A/Dollar Foods  J[H Quality, Service, Selection and  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  TUES.. SEPT. 24  TO MON., SEPT. 30  OPEN MON  -FRI 9 30 am-8 pm,  SAT.. SUN. & HOLIDAYS 9:30 am ��� 6 pm  -"* GOWER POINT ROAD. GIBSONS LANDING  - 8B6---I><���  BUTCHER SHOP  Grade 'A'Beef  New York  STRIP _, �����  loins 4.99  I res.i Lamb Shoulder A        M A  chops �� CAM  Pork Baby Back g%     AA  nbs _ o.yy  Schnetaet f>     f\f\  ham nugget V2'St.0.99  GROCERY  Moll's Clainato a4       AA  cocktail       1.1.1. Ufa  shortening ...mm I �����_)  Nalley's   Assotted Flavours  chili 1   .Q  con came    .;.,,������ i.h-3  Sp.er.dor Macaroni # Cheese M A  dinner mm. **rO  Sea Maul -i       QQ  crab meat    i._>,_, I .yy  Sunlight Liquid A      **t f*k  detergent       ._ C. IH  Savann ->\A      A A  coffee        ��?,_, I -CM  Lifestream Ntilutai, t%      -4 f%  crackers      .��..������ __.. I a  Nnbisco Spoon Sue  100% Whole Wheat  shredded wheat   o QQ   675 gm   UiJU  Red Oval Stone A     QQ  wheat thins  6oo9m O.yy  rude of the Wotld -i      QQ  ketchup     -..< i.yy  Opal Assorted Canned ��J Q  POOS 398 ml.   iD5J  Bemstem'i Assorted Salad A     Oil  dressings    ��. -,_ __.. C*3  Schneider's Random Cut  Medium -ICO/     ���__  cheese       lO/o OFF  ftalrytorvt T?A  whip cream       ._���.iy  HOT SPECIALS  Golden Ctove Orange  juice  Dairyland 2%  milk  McGautn".. Buttercup  White/Brown  bread  575 gm  PRODUCE  7.49  tomatoes  BAKERY  McOavini HomMt-fdd  Mu.lt Cram -4  broad 6%��... I  .-.���.ium . Homemade Style  White ftO%  bread Mm  prilh Baked    Apple  Chetrv Blueberry ��� Mini ai  strudel _. I  DAIRY  DELI  Srh.ieic.rr') A     a?*\ A  pastrami _ O.MO  ham ^    AQ  ham ib _j.t_y  Fletcher's Regular  salad v. it .yy  McCain's Assorted Cuts at      T.Q  french fries    i* 1*1 H  Minute Maid Assorted Flavours  punches        355 ���* .89  ���  ���Mi  tfBaflaaa|  m Coast News, September 23,1991  COMMUMTY  mammA*\m in the Family '^���  Cauda'. Uifnl I _>�� < "yctiiis Pamily  D't  ,t(S  on the Sunshine Coast  IGEORGE IN GIBSONS  Class of '90 Elphinstone  grads Michelyn Stevens, Kim  Van Swieten and Leah Venechuk  are attending Cap College this  school year along with Sandi  Grant, who did part of her  schooling at Elphinstone. The  three share a residence in North  Vancouver.  Kim. Michelyn and Danielle  Gray, a fellow grad, travelled in  Europe together in the early  part of this year, and Leah went  to Mexico.  Danielle, in Cap College this  year with a view to entering the  nursing program or perhaps  music, spent part of last year at  a special post-secondary school  in Quebec.  Chris Kennedy has entered his  second year of sciences at UBC,  and Sean Puchalski, after a year  of working in house  . construction, began his first  year in sciences at UBC.  Jeremy Forst, at UBC last  year, is now in Nice, France, a  student  on  the  campus  of  , Sudbury's       Laurentian  University in Europe.  Awarded the governor-  general's medal in 1990,  Elphinstone grad Christine  Karlson has returned to UBC  Elphinstone's Traffic Safety Club is geared up for another  year, armed with one of their own provincial award-winning  posters. Joel Johnstone photo  Make the  tsfiine %oige  your home away from home.  Weekly Rates from $21 O.OO plus  tax, for single occupancy. Includes  kitchenette,courtesy coffee/tea,  fireplace, sports channel plus, hot  tub, pool, lovely courtyard, and  a friendly atmosphere.  Call 886-3321  G~73 ISJonti-i Rosed, Gibsons  INlean Shopping. <S- Cafe's  for her second year in sciences,  with courses that include  chemistry and microbiology.  This September, the governor-  general's medal was awarded to  Graham Ruck, who just began  his first year at UBC.  GBSONSPUIUCUMUY  To celebrate the completion  of the Reading Adventures  Summer Reading Club, the  Gibsons and District Public  Library held a special n..��v  Book prizes were provided by  Great Pacific News to support  the British Columbia Library  Association Summer Reading  Program.  A draw was made to  determine who would receive  the prizes. The winners are:  Stephanie Sammartino, James  Higgins, Michael Kosiba,  Nicole Matsuzaki, Charysse  Charriveau and Michael Nygren.  UUKMLEEUMENTMY  The school has won the  Exemplary Child Advocacy  Award, made available through  the B.C. Trustees' Association.  Their conflict resolution  program, originated by Fran  Jovick, has been used by the  school to resolve problems  through the pupils themselves.  Elphinstone  Secondary  JNTews���  Coming events:  Sept. 24 - 7:30pm   Band Concert: All lilt, community is  invited to help send our band to  Washington, D.C.  Sept. 30 - afternoon   Counsellors from post-secondary  institutions visiting the school.Parents  may call the Counselling office to  arrange interviews.  Sept. 30 - 7:30pm      Parents Advisory Council: all  parents are invited to help in school  decision-making.  Help needed: One more volunteer parent is needed to  notify parents about student absences.  New timetable: Because of the large unanticipated increase  in enrollment, students in grades 8,9, & 10 received new  timetables last Wednesday. Staff and students are to be  congratulated as the changeover went very smoothly.  Non-instruction days and "change" half davs: In order  to provide teachers with time for professional development  and planning of new curriculum, the School Board has  approved the following days (and half days) as times when  students do not report to school:  "Change" half days (afternoon)  Oct. 4 May 15  Nov. 8 May 29  Dec. 13  |an. 17  Feb. 28  Professional Days  Oct. 18  Nov. 29  Fob. 14  April 3  May 1  June 5 (afternoon)  Joining the many other locations in Canada, Dial-A-Bottle  Services welcome the Gibsons area franchise which will  service Port Mellon to Roberts Creek.  DIAL A BOTTLE  SERVICES  w���^_^^m    _-t.vn.t_  ^^ .    am fl OBI*/*  ^"*#muaaca*  We will deliver your refreshments, cigarettes, ice, mix, groceries, prescriptions, etc, etc, etc...  Our service is fast, courteous, very reasonable and only a  phone call away.  886  .0951  Absolutely no deliveries will be made to minors.  We operate liquor store or licensee hours.  (Cash only please.)  ADVERTISING REALLY DOES WORK!  Even though we at Suncoast Motors  are a well established business, ive have  found that consistent advertising is  an important reminder to the public that  we are ready to be of service  Wood, Gas, Fireplace Showroom  Opening in October!  " The response to our 'Fall Special' ad  campaign in the Coast News is tremendous.  We would like to thank all of our  customers"  Let the experts at ttie Coast News help you effectively  communicate with your community through SMART advertising.  Gibsons: 886-2622  Gibsons: Fax 886-7725  Sechelt: 885-3930  Sechelt Fax: 885-3954  .-ucotvs Stov(  a \y       Located  \f    At 467 Marine Dr.,  Lower Gibsons  Introductory Offer  The Norwood        The Sunglow  ONLY $499.00        Only $799.00  Including Brass Trim Featuring Large Fire Viewing  & Glass Door with Gold Door  Prices Include Delivery ��� Unite In Stock Now  We Cany A Full Line Of Wood Stoves & Inserts,  Gas Fire Places & Log Sets with Heat Exchangers  Offering Certified, Professional Installations  Call for Free In-Home Consultation  886-8554  - -  - - �������� * ������� A-���'- ' ������-���-  .-. 1 ���-. i.i   ���   i, ��. ��  .   -������**������-���  *  li li l   ill  l-*4��-til-��-i  ^gtgtmmmmammmt Coast News, September 23,1991  IHALFMOON HAPPENINGS  If anyone has Beaver, Cub or  Scout uniforms which have been  outgrown, it would really be  appreciated if you hand them  down to some little guy whose  parents maybe can't afford the  price of a brand new outfit.  Please give Don Kinneard a call  at 885-5208.  METMULNTCKS.  At last week's meeting of the  Halfmoon Bay Recreation  Association, a great deal of  interest was expressed  regarding a proposed bike trail  all the way along the coast.  Representatives from between  Roberts Creek and Halfmoon  Bay were on hand and a group is  being formed under the auspices  of the Rec. Association. Plans  will be formulated at their next  meeling in November for the  newly formed Sunshine Coast  Mountain  Bike Association.  IGOLDEN LIFELINES  getting  older  Date to be announced later.  Discussion also took place  regarding children's classes for  Many items to  choose from  Come in now  for best  selection  SEPT 30  FOH OLDE TIMES' SAKE  HWY  101  &  PRATT  886-8261  such activities as ceramics,  possibly music or dance. Kory  Conwright, at 885-5814, would  like to hear from six people  who are trained in ceramics and  who would be willing to volunteer some time,  WELCOME HEW RESIDEKTS  A very special welcome is extended from all of us in the  Halfmoon Bay area to two  brand new citizens. They are the  twin daughters of Don and  Sharon of Wildwood, born at  Grace Hospital on Sept. 17,  named Katie Marie and Jennet  Melissa Martel. Hearty congratulations and best wishes to  all the family.  FAREWELL TO UUMLEE  The Lutheran Church was  filled to overflowing for the  memorial service for Lauralee  Solli last Wednesday. Her  lamily and many friends will  remember with love this good,  by Joyce Osty  I know time is passing (it  always has) but it's cruel to  remind us that it was 25 years  ago that Star Trek entered our  living rooms. I remember well,  because it was on a Sunday  A late summer's swim at  Cooper's Green.  Ruth Forrester photo  jgentle, brave woman who,  throughout her life, gave so  .much to so many. We at the  .Coast News will miss her.  evening during the time I was  cooking dinner. People would  call out to me, "Mom, you  should see this lady - she's  blue!"  "Mom, you should see this  guy-he'sa-on!"  "He's a what on?"  "Ssshhh, Mom!"  And so we meet Dribbles  (those fuzzy creatures),  Klingons, Spock (no relation of  Dr. Spock), Scotty, O'Hura,  Chekof, Bones, Captain Kirk and  KAWN. 1 believe 1 have finally  seen all the episodes, because I  have adjusted dinner time.  CUBOM DATES  We also had a general meeting  on Sept. 19 and, while it was a  nice-sized gathering, we'd like  to see more people. Maybe our  friends are still busy in the  garden and they plan to see us on  Oct. 17, our regular meeting date  on the third Thursday of the  month.  Bridge started up on Sept.21  and there were five tables. I got  a partner and enjoyed all the fun.  There were the usual strange  hands.  Plan on dinner out next  Sept.28. There will be barbecued  chicken which sounds good to  me. Tickets are $5 each. You  have to have a ticket in advance,  as they will not be sold at the  door. The last day to buy tickets  is Sept.26.  Trips are planned for  California and, in January, a trip  to Mexico. Phone Len Herder at  885-2878 for information. Len  was on Channel 11 as a  spokesman for Lifeline. Check  the paper for a re-run.  See you on Thursday at 9:30  for Crafts and Pom-poms. We  need more hands for all our  projects. See you then.  Beam me up, Scotty!  A reminder to order tickets  now for (he Welcome Beach  Community Oktoberfest on  Salurday, Oct.5. Call the  following numbers before  Sept.30 to make sure you are included: 885-3305 or 885-4590.  Price is $6 per person.  PRESCHOOL GARAGE SALE  You could help raise some  funds toward the Welcome  Beach Preschool if you could  donate some treasures to their  Garage Sale which takes place on  Saturday, Sept.28, at 8013  Cooper in Welcome Woods.  Carol at 885-2290 or Karen at  885-5944 will be glad to pick  up.  BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING MANAGER  THE MEDICAL CUNIC  A group of thirteen physicians with two clinics,  one in Gibsons, and one in Sechelt, requires a  manager with accounting, computer, and  management experience to be responsible for  the overall business operation. Salary and  benefits based on qualification and  experience. Please  forward resume to:        The M JSlllnlc  P.O. Box 638  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N-3A0  Organic  Veggies  Oat low, low prices!  VARIETY        FOODS  The BIQQeST Utile Store Ht Oibaons Landing 886-2936  We can't take  another 5 years  of the worst  government  in Canada.  It's time for a change.  ELECT  HOWARD WHITE  IN POWELL RIVER  SUNSHINE COAST  CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS  IN 0IB8OMS CALL -.6-3247  IN SECHELT CALL MMM I  IN PENDER HARBOUR CALL      __.-2.30  New . t  ratss  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  (Formerlv Gibsons Pentecosl.il Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday School  Morning Worship  Sunday Night  Evening Service  9:45 am  11:00 am  7:00 pm  PHONE: Church Office 886-7107  All Are Welcome  Affiliated wilh Ihe Pentecostal  Astembllas of Canada  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA'  Sunday Worship Service  CIBSONS  Cil.isskinl Kci.nl- 11:15 am  SundaySchool-11:15 am  ST. lOIIN'S  Davis Bay Road and  Simpkins Road ��� 9:30 am  Sunday School ��� 9:30 am  Reverend Bert Ramsey  Church Telephone 0B6-2333  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  In Greene Court Hall  Medusa St., Sechelt  Sunday Services -11:00 am  A Warm Imitation To All  IHMtHHMtMMMmWMMM**'**'  For Inlormation Please Call  885-2506 or 8B5-368B  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  Mass Schedule  "SATURDAY  5:00 pm, St. Mary's Cibsons  6:30 pm, St. Andrew's (Anglican)  Pender Harbour  SUNDAY  8:30 am, Indian Reserve  9:30 am, Holy Family, Sechelt  11:10 am, Sl. Mary's Gibsons  Telephone: 885-9526  North  Oaks  767 North Rd.,  Gibsons, B.C.  26 ADULT ORIENTED  SINGLE LEVEL  TOWNHOMES  Phase 3&4  Now Starting  For more information  please call  Twin Oaks  Development Corp.  886-4680  SWIMMING POOL SCHEDULE  Mondays & Wedsnesdays;  Early Bird 6:30-8:30  Aqua Fil 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  Tuesdays & Thursdays;  Senior Fitness 10:00-11:00  Senior Swim  Adapted Aquatic  Lessons  Adult Lessons  Public  11:00-12:00  2:30-3:30  3:30-5:30  5:30-6:00  6:00-8:00  Fridays;  Early Bird  Aqua Fit  Senior Swim  Noon Swim  Swm Club  Public  Saturday;  Public  Public  2:00-4:00  5:00-7:00  Sunday;  Family  Public  Gibsons Pool will be hosting a NLS/AEC course In  Nov. '91. Pre-requislte    Bronze Cross & 16 years  ot age. For more Information on course date, times,  and fees, phone Lynn at Gibsons Pool (886-9415)  or leave message at 885-37)6.  Gibsons Swimming Pool  886-9415  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Hwy. 1011 at North Rd.-886-7410  Serving Gibsons & Roberts Creek  Wednesday -10:30 am  Wnistiip & flrh/e Study  Sunday- 10:30 am  Parish Family Etichaiist  Serving Gibsons &  Roberts Cfeei  The Rev. Esther North, Rector  Q'KStCL  i%v)tyt&ct;ti ���ms'iryrt.wMC  cxiiitcn  Sun-11 Mam  M.'ltil,l,i>.Se,Ml  im  In Homes  IIW. ���?.-._Tojtot's Office  y.CMfEKWCTWtX  ...��r��_-_H5-0*.-o-._j-..-7  Q'KpWin Q1&CZ  &  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF  CANADA  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  8:00 am - 9:30 am  St. Andrew's, Pender Harbour  11:30 am  We Extend A Warm Welcome To All  885-5019  Rev. June Maffin  Rev. Dan Giffnrd  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  We/comes Vou To loin Us  In Sunday Wotship  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning Worship Service   10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  886*7049  Pastor Monty McLean  MflMMMMHl Coast News, September 23,1991  *.  IROBERTS CREEK  by Janice LaifMn, SM-3M1  Fifteen college and university  students are here from Japan,  studying English and  experiencing Sunshine Coast  culture. Six Roberts Creek  families have each welcomed  one of these Japanese students  into their homes for three  weeks. And the cultural  exchange begins.  The students, aged 18-22,  study English Language and  Canadian Culture IS hours a  week at Rockwood Centre.  Generally, they have studied  English for 5 years in Japan  before coining, although their  conversational English may  need practice.  Frequent field trips are  planned after the half-day class;  the Sknokunichuck, the museum,  a salmon run, or a game of  baseball or tennis (both popular  games in Japan). Shopping and a  tour of the Vancouver area is a  full day's excursion wilh bus  transportation provided. In  Japan, Victoria is famous for its  beauty, so an overnight excursion is a must.  dietary staple, is eaten daily.  Wilh ihis exchange, bonds are  created between our distinct  cultures.  Family pictures are shared  The* family slick* show of past  holidays is a .special treat.  Music can make the difficulty  of s|H)kcii language unnecessary  for a while, with the Inner Ear  coffeehouse perfect for this age  group  p^n.  ]  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Recycling Tips  II the shallow pit compost is your choice, here is Ihe way lo go  about il:  II you have children or pels, you had better put a simple wire  fence around it.  Put a layer ot organic material in the bottom and sprinkle it with  either compost starter, composted manure or bone meal, and then a  layer ol earth. Moisten, and add successive layers ol organic  material and earth.  Cover with plastic or burlap to keep the moisture in and the flies  out.  After 10 days, start turning it over with a garden fork every 3 or 4  days until it is ready.  Next week, we'll tell you what to do with that old garbage can.  PLEASE USE THE GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT    <\fjk  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu                 mjew  This space sponsored by  GIBSONS REALTY LTD  Sunnvcrpst Mall Gibsons 886-2277  Artisans  Services  CREEK CLAYWORKS   S������o & Showroom  POTTERY  by Blaine Futternuu-  * Mike AUegretti  Visitors Welcome  885-2395  WOODLATCH  Fine crafted Wood  Products  ED DIGNARD  886-2833  annus muim mon  l\MKll( HON  MICHELLE  BRUCE  885-9224  J>  RANDIE'S FRESH HERBS  Large Variety of Flavoured  Vinegars, Packaged  Hem or Planti.  Available Any Time  Crow Road Herb Farm  Roberts Creek, 886-9324  Steve Stevens  Wood Carver  "Christmas Orders  Taken"  885-5875  CREEK FOODS  INTERNATIONAL  DELI FISH CAFE  Catering ��� Restaurant  Gourmet to go  Retail ��� Wholesale  885-7411  Gordon Laird  IL Agfa, ttjnm aim  Leslie White  English Ridings  Lessons  Children _ Adult.  Certified level 1 Instructor  885-5423  COAST WINDOW WASHING  Senior's Discounts  Heights No Problem  Interior & Exterior  Free Estimates  888-3862    ..-�����. its-aa?  ABSOLUTE  ACCOUNTING  COMPUTERIZED  ACCOUNTING  886-9100  Kent Wood WcTf  Gary A. Kem  Furniture 6 Cmttmt  Maker jHM  885-29"**  IF YQU NEED  THIS SPACE  PHONE  885-393Q  Hiking trips expose the young  travellers to this area's  picturesque natural henuty,  especially wilh this incredible  Autumn season. Because it is  prohibitively expensive in  Japan, horseback riding up  Lockyer Koad is an adventure to  cherish.  But nothing is exchanged so  often as our choices of food.  Coffee seems to be a universal  mnming brew. North American  foods lhal are well-received by  Japanese are, yes, hamburgers,  pizza and spaghetti.  Salmon is now fresh and  plentiful but couldn't replace  tuna in sushimi. Revered by  Japanese and Canadians alike,  sushi requires some talent to  prepare. For Japanese, rice, tlte  Johnny Moses, well-known  Native American spiritual  leader and story ** teller, is  appearing at the Raven's Cry  Theatre on Thursday, Sept. 26.  He is also leading the Cedar  Circle, a Native American  spiritual gathering for all  peoples, Friday and Saturday,  Sept. 27 and 28 al Camp Douglas  in Roberts Creek. There will be  story telling, songs and sharing.  Swingtime in CHIT Gilker.  Janice Leighton photo  Fees are by donation.  Johnny Moses is responsible  for sharing Native American  culture through the Cedar  Circle in many areas of North  America such as the Sunshine  Coast, Vancouver Island, San  Francisco and New York. We  are very fortunate lo have him  visiting the Coast.  The Roberts Creek  community display table at the  Fall Fair took a second place  ribbon home to Roberts Creek.  Thanks to Francis Ostergaard,  Randi Tame, Allison Lindsay  and Sandy Quinn for  contributions and help in  creating a great cornucopia of  fresh and prepared produce from  our gardens and kitchens.  A paper making class for  adults is being offered in  Roberts Creek on Sunday, Sept.  29, from 10 am-3 pm Fees are  $48. For more information, call  Michelle at 886-9143 or  Charmaine at 886-2807.  There is a natural gas line  going in along Lower Road.  That's what all the digging near  the Roberts Creek Bridge was.  SPECIAL  it's 'EkctroCysis  PERMANENT HAIR REMOVAL  In home - Private - Relaxing - Personal touch  5 Call for your complimentary 15 minute treatment  and consultation.  ROBERTS CREEK 886-4686  Our thanks to the kind readers  who are taking time to answer  our 'How are we doing?'  questionaire. So far, most of you  sound happy and that makes us  happy too. Be assured we are  taking caretul note of your  suggestions and will do our best  to oblige. We rely on your  advice and suggestions as well  as your support. See you at the  library.  Sili-er Shir .stoiinltnn  Peter's Cuides wot he in attendance  ��� BIG EAGLE ��� KAflMU ���  ���PROFESSOR JENKINS*  Ai iht. wrrkend v<m will _-i|-crirarc i MttrgMbofil ���* .pi ritual experience* In. l-xling heallni,  chinnrlUnn, past lives, all -upponeil by mcdiuMon  lit., 'mountain high" c-iperirnre is i.tliil-k (or imviir m att.an.cd wanhers  Tuition  t MM (includes accommodation and excellent fomt at the hit nam Station Inn plus loads  "I lun Bring your i wtm things for the pool and Jacuzzi!)  For details of this event, other workshops, personal consultations, phone Peter at  883 9733, Pager 979-6373, or write RRI-Conip 18, C49. Madeira Park. B.C., VON 2H0  Going Away?  Your Secret's SafeWithtJs  Psst. No one will suspect a thing.  With a Custom Home-Watch prolessional  lookiny after your home while your away,  you can rest assured your home will be cared for.  Ptt reading and Clean-up* Dog Walking  Plant and Yard Cars ���Mall Clearing and Forwarding  Regalar Home-Check or lUe-ln Service  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL.  CuA-M* Hme - uwick  9itte>uurf_0JU_C  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branches Coasl-lo-Coasl  Sharon  Rumba  885-2228  -  Proclamation  of Returning  Officer  .  Powell River & Sunshine Coast Electoral District  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the voters of the above Electoral District that in  obedience to Her Majesty's Writ, I require the presence of voters for the purpose of  nominating and electing a person to represent them in the Legislative Assembly of this  Province.  NOMINATED CANDIDATES WILL BE ANNOUNCED BY ME AT:  *.!���.  7030 ALBERNI ST.  POWELL RIVER, B.C.  OCTOBER 4, 1991  FROM NOON TO 1PM  THE MODE OF NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES:  The candidates shal be ixminated in writing by:  ��� 25 registered voters in an electoral district having fewer than 10,000 registered voters.  ��� 50 registered voters in an electoral district having more than 10,000 or more registered voters.  Verified nominations shal be delivered to the Retiming Office bei>ween the pc__ng d .is  and 1 pm on the day of the Nt_*niination.  IFAPOLL IS GRANTED:  ELECTION DATE WILL BE  OCTOBER 17, 1991  ADVANCE POLL WILL BE  OCTOBER9,10,11,&12  DATED AT  POWELL RIVER  SEPTEMBER 25,1991  AUOMANTOANI  RETURNING OFFICER  Chiel Electoral Officer  Province of  5^/ British Columbia Coast News, September 23,1991  f HORSESHOE BAY NEWS  kg Mil  Spent last week in the tiny  settlement of Yachats  (pronounced Ya-Hots), which  straddles the mellow Yachats  River and is tucked between  mountains and sea. Nearby, the  most dramatic rocky beaches in  Oregon yield splendid tide  pools, whooshing geysers and  abundant wildlife.  "The Gem of the Oregon  Coast" is how Yachats has  dubbed itself and, if you have  the privilege to visit, you would  have to agree with their  proclamation!  Remember circling right, then  left, when the whistles blew?  How about trying to keep your  ankles straight, learning to  cross-over around the corners,  spraying shaves of ice at your  buddy or maybe lhat special gal  who didn't know you really  liked her and weren't just picking on her? What am I talking  about? ... Well, skating, of  course, and the 25th  Anniversary of the West  Vancouver Ice Arena.  During the week of Sept. 30 to  Oct. 6, a number of events are  being planned, culminating with  a free birthday skate on Oct. 6,  25 years after the arena first  opened.  Do you have any pictures you  would like to share of your days  at the rink, or perhaps a story of  that incredible save during the  1969 hockey tournament that  the arena could borrow for a  display? Contact Peter at 926-  8621 for more info.  This Wednesday, Sept. 25,  Irom 5:50 to 7 pm, is the chance  to 'Step Out' - an event so well  enjoyed last year that the Eagle  Harbour Community Centre is  hosting it again. This family  event features a 30 minute walk  which includes games and prizes  along the way, and a BBQ when  you're done. Families can  participate for $7, individuals  for $4.  HUM) WHEAT  Need a day away from the  hustle and bustle of the city?  Why not escape to Galiano  Island for a self-indulgent,  catered gourmet lunch on  Thursday, Sept. 26, with a group  from the Eagle Harbour  Community Centre. Spend  some time enjoying the cliff-  side home you'll visit, watch  bread making or explore the  surrounding area? Or, if you  can't get out of your  commitments this week, plan  for Saturday, Oct. 5. Better call  921-7425 for the specifics, but it  sounds like a blissful way to  spend a day once, or even twice.  If you don't want to cross the  big drink for a break, how about  a walk in the forest? Learn all  about local flora and fauna,  forestry and fisheries in the  5600 hectare wilderness of the  Seymour Demonstration Forest.  The coastal forest lies at the  foot of an ancient glacier-carved  valley.  A one and a half hour guided  walking tour is offered every  Sunday until Oct. 14, at noon  and 2 pm. Next Sunday, Oct. 6, is  your last chance this 'summer'  to take the three-hour extended  tour, beginning at noon. Get it in.  while the weather's good or you  might have to cross-country ski  the trails!  Andrew  Hopkinson  (left) and  Neil  Scribner  (right).  representing  the Bank or  Montreal  give Festival  or Written  Arts  organizer  Betty Keller  the first  $1000  donation  towards the  Festival  Pavillion seat  expansion  project.  ISECHELT SCENARIO  Just a reminder of where to  send any information on an  event the community of  Horseshoe Bay might be  interested in. Remember this  column is written a week to ten  days in advance of the featured  week. Send your information to:  6705 Nelson Ave, West  Vancouver, B.C. V7W 2B2.  IEGM0NT NEWS  by Dbde Percy  What? No Thrift Store on  Wednesdays? That's the reaction  I heard rumbling through town  when word spread about the  Thrift Store being opened on  Tuesdays instead. The reason for  this departure from the norm is  that Doris Jackson wants to  attend the Quitter's meetings  which   arc   being   held   on  ��� MARGARET NIELSEN  LICENSED ESTHETICIAN  MEMBER OF PROFESSIONAL ESTHETICIANS'  ASSOCIATION OF B.C.  New Service - Mobile  on Wednesdays  axX.  For you who are unable to leave home,  - we will come to you.  At your residence or nursing home. In  hospital ��� by arrangement with attending  physician and nursing administration.  Services: European Treatment Facials ��� Pedicures  Eyebrow arches, Lash tinting,  manicures are each combined with  each other, or with the treatment  facials or pedicures.  Products for Service and Sales:  Sothys, Paris  Laboratoire Dr. Renaud  Gehwol foot care, from Germany  GIFT CERTIFICATES  Ouality Professional Service  Special Touch Skin Care ���886-7355  721 Winn Rd..Beside the Post OfficeGibsons, B.C.  Powell River  and the Sunshine  Coast Election  Office  Now  taking  applications  for:  Supervisors  Deputy  Returning  Officers  Poll  Clerks  Referendum  Counters  APPLY  AT   S��41   COWRIE  IT.  (CORNIR   OP   WHARP),   IICHILT  ��� ITWIIN  fiOOAM *  S:00PM  ������5-01*4  Wednesdays.  Wednesdays have worked  their way into the social groove  of Egmont and this change is  being met with resistance by a  faction of die-hard Wednesday-  ists. The Wednesday opening of  the Thrift Store has been a long  standing tradition and, while  the hall was being heated for the  upstairs operation, other  activities were synchronized  with it and so Health Clinics  have become part of the routine  just like all those quaint  Afternoon Teas used to be.  While some discussion on the  matter before hand might have  smoothed the way, the question  by Msffant Watt, HB>3394  The Suncoast Writers' Forge  held a cosy little meeting last  Wednesday evening in  Rockwood Lodge. The turnout  was small - thirteen - but enthusiasm ran high, as usual.  Congratulations to Maureen  Goldman, John Williams and  Pixie Daly, who have all had  is, if Doris wants to go quilting  on Wednesdays instead, why  should the burden of Wednesday  ritual rest on her shoulders?  She's merely trading one  community deed in for another,  Somebody or bodies should  take over and keep the ball  rolling; then everyone's happy  and the only change will be Ihe  face at the top of the stairs. And  we all know a change is as good  as a rest.  There's a slight correction to  be made from last week's  column. Randy and Lana were  married, not Randy and Lena.  Sorry for the misprint, and  Happy Honeymooning.  stories, poems or articles  published recently. That's the  goal of all of us in the Forge - to  be published.  We were all saddened by Ihe  passing of Lauralee Solli, who  was also a member of the Forge.  Lauralee was one of six of us  who met twice a month to  critique each other's writing.  We're going to miss her.  G00O CITIZENS  Congratulations to Lori  Dixon, who was chosen as this  year's winner of the Good  Citizen Award; to Carol and  Rick Dixon of Sechelt  Hardware, chosen as Good  Business Persons of the Year;  and to ShopEasy for winning the  Good Business of the Year  award. The awards will be  presented at a dinner at the  Sechelt Legion on Oct. 19.  With the dinner, there will be  dancing to the Harbour Lights  Big Eland Sound. The community  is invited to attend this dinner  and dance, and tickets are  available at Morgan's Men's  Wear, Chamber of Commerce  office, Sechelt Hardware and  llie Coast News.  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Cenlre presents Dances of India,  Folk Dance of North India and  (lie famous Bengada Dance of the  Punjab. This presentation will  take place on Thursday, Sept. 25,  at 2 pm at the Arts Centre. This  is a project of Canada World  Youth. Admission to the dances  is free.  On Oct. 11, at 7:30 pm, the  S.P.C.A. Benefit Concert is  featuring "The Coast Consort"  at the Arts Centre in Sechelt.  Try not to miss this chance to  help the S.P.C.A. in their efforts  to help the animals on the  Sunshine Coast. Admission is  $5. For tickets, call 886-3010.  HWffMIHMY  Happy Birthday greetings to  Rob Almond up there in  Hotham Sound. We'll be  thinking of you on the 26th.  Have a great day!  One Way  Airline Ticket  *JAe (Octobers)  91-nl (Male passenger)  885-5760  KxrrKAS  IMPORTS  JUST ARRIVED  Exotic New Batik  Fashions from Indonesia  Dresses, Pants, Jackets,  Men's & ladies' Shirts  Don't forget otii backroom  <ul store... I ots of ncu be.wis  Cowrie c_L. Sechell  lM.Mon.-aaL   885-6460  NOTICE dUAKU  EVENTS BV DATE  Stptimtwr 23  Canadian C.D.N. Federation ol University Women ���  Sunshine Coasl Meeting. Monday, Sepl. 23,1 tarn, SI.  John's Chun*, Davit Bay. For further Kilo: 885-9589.  September 24  Pott Natal Class, Tuesday. Sept. 24/91, Sechelt  Health Unit, 7-9 pm, everyone welcome. To register can  Wendy Budln 885-7132.  September 25  Sunshine Toasl masters - Next meeting Wednesday  nighl September 11.7:30 - 9:30, room 102 Chatelech  High School. Al welcome 685 3206  Tht Association of Women In Trades, Technology ind  Operations (Sunshine Coasl) will be holding a meeting  Wed. Sept. 25 ��� 1019 Venture Way, (behind the Shell  Station) 7:00 pm. Fundraising lot the National  Conference will be discovered.  Qibsons Wildlife Club general meeling Sepl 25,7:30  pm. Carrying Permit renewal time. Phone Mary 886-  7825  September 28  Break Away Substance Abuse Program lor Teens.  Annual general meeling. Eveiyone welcome Sept 26,  7:30 pm Thursday al 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons. 886-  2423.  September 27  Sechelt Public Library will hold then annual book sale on  Friday Sept. 27th at 9 am to 3 pm H the TraH Bay Mal  (Bank entrance). Lots of good reads  September 21  Gibsons Landing Heritage Socwty wW be holding a yard  tale on Sat Sepl 28 at the WI Hal Irom 10:00 am to  12:00 noon weather permitting.  C.A.M.E.O. Singles Club Potluck Dinner. Sept 28:  Kirkland House 7:00 pm. Phone 185-7524 (Valerie) or  886-7054 (Nick).  Octobers  Sunthint Coasl Chapter RNABC meeting at  Shomdltle7:30pmThurtOct3  Arthritis Sell Management Support 1-3 Coait  Garibaldi Health Unit. NutritJonUt as Guest Speaker.  Everyone wetome  October 7  S.C. Spinners and Weavers Quid Meeting. Monday, Oct  7,7:30 pm. Marine Room, 484 Fletcher Rd., Gibsons.  For WO phone 886-8682 or 885-3886  MISCELLANEOUS  Rockwood Centie  BODY HEALTH:  September 16 at 9:30 am lor 8 weeks with Anne  Gregory. Learn to use your body lor health and Illness  10 develop strength, flexibility, mobility and relaxation.  YOGA: September 17, yoga with Carol Brophy lor 10  weeks. Introductory classes Irom 6 - 7:30 pm - ongoing  dasses Irom 7:30-9:30 pm.  REAL  ESTATE  INVESTMENT  WORKSHOP:  September 29, 9 am-5pm ��� real estate investment  workshop with Pelei Clements. Learn how to have  financial security despite economic chaos.  Stchelt Ksrttl Club  Begins a new session in Sept. al Sechelt Elementary  School. Beginners welcome. For mote int.. 865 9273 or  886-8434. (Adults or children 8 yrs. and up).  Totem Lodge  Everyday is visiting day at Totem Lodge. Visit the pi-  oneers of your community.  Inner Ear  Steel guitar blues artist Ken Hamm returns to Inner  Ear In Roberts Creek lor a summer dance. Call 886-  9749 lor tickets end details.  Feel Uke Company?  Do you have an extra loom with or without a view? Feei  like a little company? Beach House Productions is  looking tor billets lor actors, technicians and directors  coming to the Sunshine Coast to perform at llie new  Raven's Cry Theatre In Sechelt. The groups would  require accommodalions for approximately three nights  at a stretch, and a small honorarium is available. Beach  House is looking lor rooms at various times over the  summer as well as into the la. months.  11 you can help oul now or In the future, please cal  Beach House Productions at 886-7972.  Plattlc Pom Poms for weddings, parades A partial,  etc 21 assorted colours, 20* each. Made by Sechek  Sr. Citizens, proceeds to go toward Ihe new Seniors'  centre. Phone 865-9392 or 885-2585.  BCTV is now ottering fret studio tours to families or  small groups, Monday to Friday at 11:30,2:00, 3:30  and 5:30. Please call Jim or Maureen at 421 -9437 lor  reservations.  The Parent Tot Drop In program begins the week ol  Septmeber 30 at Ihe following locations:  flibsons: Mon. Wed. Fn m United Church Hal  Sechelt: Mon at St Hilda's Church Hal  Davis Bay: Tuesdays hWlson Creek Com HH.  Time: 9:30to 11:30at allocations  Fat: $3.00 per parent an child. Family rata $5.00  Folk Dancing al Roberts Creek School, Community  Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9:00 pm. Fee $3.00 Drop  in, everyone welcome.  Mondays  Seniors' Branch 69. Carpet Bowling, Mondays 1:30  pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mondays A Thursdays  ��� 11-12.  Overeaten Anonymous meets every Monday 7:30  pm. Hoty Family Church Hall., Sechell. Phone 685-2106  or 886-4781 for details  Tuesdays  Sexual Abuse Survivors Group ��� every Tuesday, 7 to  9 pm at the Action Society Olfice. Contact Deborah.  885-5680.  Sumhlne Coast Breast Feeding Support Group.  Informal drop-in meetings on Ihe third Tuesday of each  month. 885-2332 or 886-2457 for more inlormation.  Thursdays  Birth Control Clinic at Coasl Garibaldi Health Unit,  494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday Irom 7 to 9 pm.  Everyone welcome, no appoimment necessary.  "New Beginnings" is a Iriendly social group lor  widows and widowers (and other experiencing loss)  which meets every other Thursday afternoon at the  Sechelt Health Unit. The purposes ol 'New  Beginnings" are for making Iriends, sharing information  and ideas, support and encouragement -- lor someone  to talk to. If you wish further Information (and for next  meeting date) call 885-5164.  3C't Weight Loss Support Group metis every  Thursday evening, 6:45 to 8 pm at tht United Church,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons. Info: 886-7159.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise with Joan Fremb Mondays  A Thursdays 11-12.  United Church Thrift Shop in basement of church off  Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 lo 3 pm.  Tht Sechelt Public Library wll be open every Friday  Irom 1 to 5 pm.  Square Dancing - plus level 8:00 pm, Seniors' Hal,  Sechelt. Inlo 886-7495.  Saturdays  Artists A Crafts People display A selling space ii  available In Gibsons Landing, Saturday and Sundays.  For information phone 886-2470 or 886-2116.  Sundays  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club wHI be matting  every second Sunday at Rockwood Lodge at 7:30 pm.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088 lor further Information.  Open lor al ages.  am  mm 10.  Coast News, September 23,1991  IHARBOUR WATCH  New  cNrnc^  As I walked through the clinic  in Madeira Park, a sneak preview  of the new expansion, I realized  how lucky our community is to  have such a facility.  In just under one year, the  expansion is near completion  and right on budget! It's difficult  even to estimate the hours and  effort the architect, Charles  Paine, has put in. The Health  Clinic Auxiliary has generously  provided furniture and some of  the medical equipment. Wilh tlte  clinic being a non-profit  organization, the donations of  the public have helped  tremendously! All this effort is  to maintain good service for our  community.  The denial wing houses three  dental chairs and, if the clientele  grows, there is room for a  hygienist. Tliere is also space for  the dentist's own office, a denial  lab room and a relaxing reception area.  Tlte physicians' wing houses n  nurse's station and Ihree doctor's  offices. Extra rooms are  available in case its possible to  get a therapist and specialist for  p iblic and mental health.  A staff room, cleaning room  and extra parking rounds off the  building as a complete health  unit. Kliendale Nursery has  provided the lovely extra  landscaping.  Donations are always  welcome; medical care is always  expanding. If you would like to  donate, you may continue to do  so at the Clinic, or send your  donation directly to the Clinic  Society in Pender Harbour. An  announcement of an Open House  will lie posted at a future date.  further information, please contact Anita at 883-9343 or Val at  883-2425.  fDAVIS BAY NEWS  Potluck  For the Bridge players, mark  Oct. 11 on your calendar as the  start-up date for another fall  session. Bridge will be played at  the Hall on the second and  fourth Friday of every month,  starting at I pm For more  information, contact Hazel  Seaton at 88..-5678.  success  The Pender Harbour Health  Centre Society's Annual General  Meeting will be held at the  clinic on Sepl. 29 al 2 pm.  Refreshments will be served al  the end of the meeling. All  members are welcome, and a  quick reminder lhat membership  dues are to be renewed.  If you would like lo become a  member, the cosl is $.. for a  family  and $3 for a  single  membership.  SIMMY SCHOOL OPENS  Sunday School classes for four  year olds and up will begin at  St. Andrews Church on Oct. 6,  from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.  The registration fee is $10. For  A special forgotten 'lhanks'  goes out to Rob of the IGA for  his kindly donation of lemons  for the Music Society Barbecue!  Seashell    Buffs some  seashells have the sound of Ihe  ocean because their curved  interiors act as amplifiers. The  faintest sound, such as a breeze,  becomes audible when the shell  is held lo the ear. This happens  even indoors where there is no  breeze, because the shell  amplifies one's own blood coursing through the veins near the  inner ear, as well as one's  breathing and heart beat.  The new roof on the legion  should be finished this week!  Until next week, be good to  yourself!  by Jo-taw SUM*, MMM  The little white church in  -Davis Bay, Living Faith  Lutheran Church, was filled to  overflowing on Wednesday  morning with people who came  to pay their last respects to  Lauralee Solli, who passed away  September 13 at the age of 52  years.  Pastor Frank Schmitt spoke  of her as a caring person,  dedicated to her family and  friends as well as to her  community and its needs. She  bore her illness with dignity,  courage and quiet perseverance,  not wanting to burden her  friends with her cares.  Lauralee touched many lives  by being actively involved in  numerous activities she fell  strongly aboul. Some of these  were Girl Guides and Brownies,  the Davis Bay Community  Association, Ihe Daycare Cenlre,  the Group Home and Save the  Children. For many years she  wrote this column; wherever  Ihere was a need, she was there  to serve.  Lauralee was always willing  to lend a hand, fill the void  wherever she was needed. She  shall be sadly missed. The  community extends their  sincere sympathy to her family.  In response to several calls 1  have received concerning  donations to Save the Children  Fund, the address is: Save the  Children Fund of BC, 325 Howe  St, Vancouver l}C, V6C IZ7. IP  was Lauralee's favourite charily.  It is nice to hear that  Catherine Nelson is home from  hospital and is convalescing.  Her friends wish her a speedy  recovery.  P0TUW( SUCCESS  The grandparent's Potluck  Supper on Sunday was a very,  pleasant evening filled with  good   food   and   interesting  conversation. Prizes were  awarded for various feats, such  as: longest-married  Grandparent.. (62 years!); oldest  living Grandchild (42 years);  youngest Grandparents (I'm not  telling!); Grandchild living  furthest away (Australia); and  many more... it was a fun  evening, another example of caring and sharing in our  community.  There was a chorus of 'Happy  Birthday' sung and a surprise  cake for Hilda Costerton, one of  our hard-working librarians.  Hilda celebrated her 80th!  There are three white cloths  plus several bud vases on the  "missing" list; anyone who has  inadvertently taken them home,  please contact Eileen at 885-  3702... many thanks.  Please take ihe time this week  to count your blessings, one by  one, and you'll be amazed at the  number of Ihem.  Elections  Briliih. Columbia  You're  Hooked  Pender Harbour  SEAFOOD  Due to popular demand  and for your convenience  we have decided  to re-open  Our new hours will be  Tuesday  thru  Saturday  10am - 2pm  Hassan Rd.  Francis Peninsula Rd.  883-9212  /^Lord Jim's  Resort  Hotel  The l.csl,mi .int.it  on Thurs., Fri., Sat., & Sunday nights.  As well as breakfast & lunch  on Sat. ��V_ Sunday until further notice.  We will hi* closed on Mon., lues., iV Weds.  from Sept. 2_r<l  till early Spiiuj*.  Dinner Reservations Are Requested  For That Special Christmas Party or Banquet  book now  ^pile's Cove Rd., Just north ot Secret Cove on Hwy.  FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL 885-7038  '. 101J  jv  Are'ifou  Registered to Vote?  To vote in the Provincial General Election on  Oct 17, 1991 you must be a registered voter.  Do you have this card?  Is it correct?  Registration  Centres  ist, but qualified, complete  This card means thai you are a registered voter.  If you do not have this card, please check at a  Registration Centre now!  How to register.  If you think that you are not registered  to vote:  ���Go to a Registration (.entre.  ��� Have the Voters list checked for your name.  ��� If you are not on the  a registration form!  Qualifications:  ��� 19 years of age or c dder  ���Canadian citizen  ���Resident ol British (Icilumfrw for the past 6 months  Registration  Deadline.  Sept 28, 1991 is the last day to have your name  included on the voters list.  Candidate  Registration.  Any person not registered by 9:00 p.m. on  Sept 28, 1991 will not he eligiole for nomination  as a candidate.  Government Agent's Office, 102 Torpedo Square, Secheh  88. .187   ���   Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:-0pm  Sunny Crest Mall, Highway 101, Gibsons, 886-8323  Mon ��� Thur, Sat 9am - 5pm, Fri 9am ��� 9pm, Sun 10am ��� Spm  Trail Ray Centre, Cowrie St, Sechelt, 885-9455  Mon ��� Thur, Sat 9am ��� 6pm, Fri 9am ��� 9pm, Sun 10am ��� 5pm  Collection  Centres  R & J Store, Minlie Rd., Il_l.int.in Ray, 885-9435  Mon ��� Sal 9am ��� 9pm  Harlnra Rath Residence, Keats Inland, 886-2798  Mon - Sun 9am - 9pm  Leonard Silvey Residence, Egmont, 881-9463  Mon ��� Sun 9am ��� 9pm  < iamhi. r (ieneral Store, Gambler Island, Surrey: 5884706  Mon - Sun 9am - 9pm  Peninsula Market, Hwy 101, Sechelt, 885-9721  Man. Sun 9am ��� 9pm  Roberls Creek General Store, 1042 Roberts Creek Rd.  885-3400 ���  Mon - Sun 10am ��� 8pm  For more  information.  Contact Deputy Registrar of Voters  102 Toredo Square, Sechelt, BC  885-5187  or  Elections British Columbia Information Line  1-800-742-8683  (Toll Free)  Remember: You cannot register on Election Day.  CMalSaclotalCHHcat  linir rnasiain  iLit^MMl"^''-' ,���..���-....������..,  .._���..����������. ,   ������-...,..���_..���....���^  ^mmMimmm Coast News, September 23,1991
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Hayley,
Robin,
Ashley,
Nicole Talia,
Megan and
Bronwyn
explore their
creative
selves in one
or Leslie
Ellett's
creative
dance
classes. See
story.
Rose
Nicholson
photo.
Creative dance, a personal expression
Creative dance can be a
method of releasing a level of
personal creativity which few
people are aware of. To
understand how this works, the
Coast News interviewed Leslie
Ellett and Denise O'Rrian who
are both teachers of the
technique.
Both came to the relatively
new discipline after many years
of training in classical ballet
and international professional
performance. They are
enthusiastic about the wider
scope for personal expression
which creative dance gives the
individual dancer.
Leslie explained that much of
the creative dance today is based
on Ihe work of Rudolf von
Laban, a German dancer and
choreographer who was active in
the first half of this century. He
took the natural body
movements and enlarged on
them and then evolved a system
of incorporating these
movements into dance
sequences.
"Creative dance often uses a
theme within a structure,"
Denise said, "and the dancer
improvises on the theme. For
instance, you may explore all
the different ways of sitting in a
chair, and then you can combine
that with rhythm or music.
"lt can be very abstract. It's
something like the Rorschach
ink blot test where the viewer
fills in the meaning. It can mean
a lot of different things to
different people.
"Creative dance is always
looking for something new.
You try to get rid of all the
stylized dance movements you
know, and lhat can be hard for
the dancer. You try to create
new movements and connect
them in a meaningful way.
"Creative dance always draws
from the inner resources of the
dancer. It's best not to think
about it, yet it has to be within a
structure or it becomes very
chaotic."
Leslie, who is interested in
teaching young children said,
"It's the way children move
anyway.     They ' express
themselves in movement much
before they do in words or
drawing or any other way.
"I think it's a really
worthwhile way to continue
with them, and really good
movement skills stay with
them."
She goes on to say that
creative dance is an enriching and
therapeutic experience for
adults too, and reads a quotation
from Charles Darwin who said,
"Muscles are the hiding place
for the emotions. Inhibition of
movement limits kinesthetic
awareness and perception which
are essential to psychological
awareness."
Denise enlarges on this idea
when she says, "Sometimes it
takes courage to dance creatively
because you are expressing your
deepest inner feelings.
"Hut when that happens it's a
beautiful feeling. And you also
get the most beautiful image, •
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way to get in touch with
yourself. But you have to be
brave."
Leslie would like to see
creative dance used in education,
and for older people. "It's
unique in that it involves your
mind and your spirit as well.
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It's the only physical activity
that does that. That's why so
many people find it so
satisfying.
"Everybody can do it and you
don't necessarily have to do it on
a stage. Creative dance gives
people a lot of tools to broaden
their movement and it has a lot
to do with the way we
communicate.''
Denise took her early classical
ballet training with Gwynneth
Lloyd, and then had her advanced
training with the Royal Ballet
School in London. She danced as
a soloist with a company in
Germany and then moved to
contemporary dance and spent
ten years in Anna Wyman's
company, and during lhat time
traveled all over the world.
Leslie also had an early
training in classical ballet, and
then, she said, "I met the most
wonderful choreographer, Paula
Ross. She was exploring the idea
of creative dance, and when she
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"Then I decided I wanted to
raise children, but didn't want
to do that as a dancer. That's
when we decided to come to
Gibsons.
"I don't think I want to go
back to professional dancing.
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• *iwyiu _x)t_n • turn • KVH-_un._Nivi- • _n__i.___i • »_ui_NV6ns • o.NfiHNOd.09 • no9iv_.m1'awrwa. inwdiu* 12.  Coast News, September 23,1991  Featured Restaurant of the Week  The Mar/ners'i  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 plus  delicious daily  specials.Their ALL NEW.  ALL DAY MENU includes  faiitas, nachos, Greek  salad and hot chicken  wings. EARLY BIRD  SPECIALS from 5 to 7 pm  include Fettuocine Prima  Vera, Caesar Salad,  potato skins, quesadillas  and much more. The  Mariners' also offers a SPEEDY LUNCH With soup and  sandwich of the day, tea or coffee for $5.95.  The commanding harbour view is still fascinating but...  THE MENU IS ALL NEW THIS FALL AT THE MARINERS  ...Come In soon.  1500 Marina Drivt, Gibsons Landing 886-2334  Open daily Sam - 10pm (closed from 3-5 pm) 100 seats Visa  Mastercard.  FAMILY DINING NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Andy's Restraint - Lunch and dinner  special ever. day. Every Wednesday nighl is  Prime Rib Night. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, pitta,  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 I lam -9pm, Tuesday ��� Saturday  Ham- 10pm.  The Boat Hots* Jus ��� ferry ride away in  beautiful Hofatshoc Bsy, offering daily  cnotas of fttsh and flash fro_en seafood from  the Wat. Eaat and Gulf Cotau as wi as a  variety of other spedaUei. Join us after 5 [an  for emm of for our spectacular Sunday  Brum*, atrved between lftJO am and 2 pm.  Friend!, service in a relaxed almotphcR and  fabulous meals are just some of the reasons  youi keep coming back. If you haw an important rendezvous or a ferry lo calch, please  let ut know and well make the ncceaary ac-  modatkjns. For resova-oni all 9214181.  Al ma|a end- cards accepted.  Cafe Pierrot- OomfbnaMe msurim  wkh wstm, hdpful staff. Homemade paaw,  qucta and dairy specials are alprepnd with  tht fitshtst _*r____s - both Mtfiful md  ddk-out. Our whole wheal bread and soump-  ttous desserts ait baked freah daBy, on Ihe  pnmues. Outside dUng, take out orden for  Ihe beach and cappucino are -_���!___. The  Coaat. bistro..as unique as the Coast ksdf.  Monday to Salurday, 9:00 am - 3:00pm.  dosed Sunday. Teredo Square, Sedan.  Phone aliead for your tunchl 883-99S2.  Coast dab Cafe- -right, open, casual  dining for bieakfaet and hmdi freah fa the  order of the day for si of our menu kern. Big  burgers, paata dunes, ______ specs*, sand-  wiches, salads and a variety of My features.  Wkh a European (Hr, the Com dub Cafe  often dining at reasonable prices. Open from  6 am daily. Join us for weekend brunch. 3319  Wharf Aw., Sechdt, 883-93*1. Visa, ____.-  card and American Express accepted ��� tearing  for 60.  -4-d-A-Wiy Rat-Han.- Bring the  whole My and Join us tor great tea at the  Haid-A-Way ruauuran in Oibaons Motor  Im, on Hwy. 101 a Park Rd. Our (Hendry,  hdpful staff and warm, pleasant atmoaphat  wll add to your enjoyment of our excelent  breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, which Includes a cNdm's section. We're open Sun. to  Wed. Irom 3:30 am until 9 pm, and Thias. to  Sa. from 5:30 am until 10 pm. Sunday our  regukrbrcakfaa menu fa offered from 3:30-10  an. In addUon we offer a fabulous Sunday  Buffet Branch, II am - 2:30 pm. ftaunm a  soumptuous salad bar, wkh a large selection  of hot and cold dishes aid dessens. Ea to  your heat's content. Reservations 8M-4S0I.  33 seas phis banquet room.  The Omega Pfaa, Sleak And  LoMcr Howe . Wkh a perfect view of  Obeone marina, and a good tea amoeptoe,  the Onega is a people-watcher'! pandke.  Youi often see Bruno Caned, forma Mr of  the Beachoamben, dMng here. Menu Muda  pina, pasta, auks and aafood. Saaas and  Qwk HOUK ��� Intknae dining and European cufaine in s sophfaticaed vet casual a-  mosphere. We serve rack of lamb, duck, crab,  dam, scaaops, steaks, abo daily specials.  Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek  Real aa) Beach Avenue - 883-9321. Open 6  pm. Oosed Mondays* Tuesdays. V. MC.��  MM.  Th* Wharf- Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week. Breathtaking  ocean view and sunsets from every table. Con-  tinemal cuisine and seafood a its best. Sunday  Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm. Fully .censed and  air-conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 883-7283.  Backeddy Pllb - Enjoy the natural beauty  of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of out many  homestyle specialities in the pub; or the  casual surroundings of our family restaurant.  Our "Skookum Burget" is a challenge to the  biggest appetite. New Pub hours: Monday ���  Friday 11:30 - 11:30, SaW-ty 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-  Orea food every day al day. Appetizers aid  full moiu along wkh terrific -ail)' specials,  available'till 9 pm every nighl. We're known  for our grea atmosphere and good tlma.  Sun. - Thun. open til midnight, Fri. a Sa.  open tai 1 am. Visa, Maatercad and reee-va-  tions accepted 88*8171.  -rvhe'j Landtag Pub ��� Dinner menu  offm a variety of appetizers and entrees  featuring local produce and fresh seafood in a  rakned setting wkh ocean view. Average dinner for iwo, BO.  We're now open 7 days a week, II an to II  pm wkh our kilchen open from 11 am to 10  pm. Pender Harbour, 883-1143, MC, V, Fully  Sechdt Legkm Branch #140 - One of  the baa bargains on Ihe Coast every Friday  night is the fabulous barbequed steak dinners  arved from 6 to 8 pm for only $6.30. Dinner  includes s 6 oa. top anota leak saved with  your choice of baked potato (wkh al the sat  i-*es)�� delicious potao salad. Abo Included  ll a green salad wkh choice of dreabigs and  gar-c bread. Lunch Is saved Monday to Friday from 11 am to 2 pm. Drily spedab are  ���  Very ,  .._...  Awn* emm for two: IX Rasvaloro  recommended. Located a Gfean Lakta a  1338 Gower Point Rd. 886-2268. Open for  Lunch Man. -Fri., 11:30-2:30; DInne Daly  AA pm, Fri. as*., llio pm.  duds chicken strips, burger, and sandwiches.  Thiasday fa Fish A Chips day, feaunnj a hill  order of the ____��� fbh and chips with cole  _rw for only J4.S5. Take out orden available.  Members aid guests welcome. 3391 Wharf  Street, Sechek. 885-9922.  FINE DINING  Mariners' Restaurant - on ihe  Witerfronl with one o* the most specliculir  views in Gibsons, the Mariners' sperialiies  in fresh and live seafood, and also offers a  full nnge of lunch and dinner entrees along  wilh daily specials. 1500 Marine Drive,  Gibsons Landing, M6-23M Open every day  ftam-IOpm(closedMpm) 100seals V.MC.  The Terrace al Bonniebrouk ��� The  Terrace at Bomiebrook, offers superb West  Coast cuisine in a picturesque and relaiing  lodge setting We offer freah local BC food,  expertly prepared fn a varied menu of  appetizers, entrees and desserts. Fallow  Oower Point road to Ocean Beach  Esplanade Our hours are Pri, Sat, Sun 3 30  ��� 9:30 pm. To book special events, please  call M6-28I7  EAT IN - TAKE OUT     ';  Arts Beat  FILMS  Wednesday, Sept.25, 8 pm:  The fall film series will begin  at the Sunshine Coast Arts  Centre with Road Kill. This  funny, slice-of-life film is a  rock..'road movie about a girl  who learns to drive. She is sent  into the wilds of Northern  Ontario by her sleazy record-  promoter boss to corral his  renegade rock group, "The  Children of Paradise".  Admission to individual films  is $4; a pass for all 6 is $20.  Admission is free. Come and  join in at the Sunshine Coast  Arts Centre.  MTNK1M  On Saturday, Sept.28,6:30 pm,  there will be an Ait Auction to  kick off the Building Fund for  major improvements to the  Arts Centre and to celebrate our  25th anniversary. The election  of new Arts Council will also  take place.  The plans for the additions  will be on view at this time.  There will be refreshments and  a no-host bar.  Hundreds turned out over four days of fun as the travelling  fair made its last stop of the season. Joel Johnstone photo  CHANNEL ELEVEN  6 pm Incorporating a lead  from Kourou, French Guiana  of the lift-off and flight of the  Ariane 4 rocket that will carry  Anik E1 Into space.  7:00 pm  "UW"  Gavel to gavel coverage ol  the regular meeting of  Council. Cablecast "Live "  from the Gibsons council  chambers.  Thursday, Sept.26, 2 pm:  Deepa, Ravinder Bawa and  Rupali of the Canada World  Youth Association will put on  an afternoon of traditional  dances of Kerala, folk dance of  North India and the famous  Bhang-da Dance of the Punjab, in  Indian Dances. At 2:45, Bawa  will teach a few steps of the  On Sunday, Sept.29, 2 pm  Countryside Concerts presents  Cercel Ensemble at the  Twilight Theatre in Gibsons.  For subscriptions and single  tickets, phone 886-2324 or 885-  4402.  This is the last week to see the  Malaspina Prinlmakers show of  Original Prints, which ends on  Saturday, Sept.28, at 3 pm. Arts  Centre hours are 11 to 4,  Wednesday to Saturday; closed  this Sunday only, Sept.29.  r 26, 4.00 pm  The launch of Teletat  AnfcEISatsMte  "Una"  Cable subscribers across  Canada will have the opportunity to witness the live  launch ol Telesat's second  Anlk E1 satellltte.  The programme, produced  live from Telesat Canada's  headquarters in Gloucester,  Ontario, will run from 4 pm to  The broadcasting students  are back with the first news  programme of the season.  The senior students have  been working hard preparing the show and assisting  In the training of the new  students.  Following the Cable  Connections local news  show the students plan to  talk with the Canada World  Youth exchange students  from India and across  Canada.  RAVEN'S CDY  THEATRE  presents  Thelma & Louise  M yr. Limited Admission OCCASIONAL VIOLENCE  i SUGGESTIVE SCENES. Some Very Coarse Language  /  . Community Television     SOUTH COAST FORD  cdulr coattcsy ol 885-3281  Are you a ���  Fabr-holic?  Clear your conscience Sale...  ^,.t will credit you 50C per lb. for 1/2 metre  for more and donate your fabric to charity.  / &HOWTIMES  Sun. Sept. 22, Mon. 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EvenlM.  (Lie. #75083)  oHfMfBlu Of o_HHfUo4  PENCIL POST FRAME 499.91.  28" KITE TABLE 249.95  LARGE DRE89ER 699.98  MIRROR 199.96  ARMOIRE 999.96  Heritage Oak & Pine  -UfmXizVmjr.^rv^^'bKl���j-.V-fc'-as-g.^-.t-^.r.*  ���-.^.w-..-.--^. .._-uvr._si_____.MR  ....      ���_,.__...���, ���_���_-. Coast News, September 23,1991  13.  SPORTS  Gibsons trekker fights lung disease  A Gibsons resident was one of  200 riders who cycled 200  kilometres" recently to help  fight lung disease in the British  Columbia Lung Association's  (BCLA) Bicycle Trek for Life  and Breath.  Elizabeth Wood raised $1,681  toward a total of $125,000  collected   for  lung  disease  research, health education and  community programs. Further  donations are expected to come  in over the next few months.  "We are proud of the cyclists  who worked hard to collect  donations toward the goal of  $150,000. It shows that British  Columbians are concerned about  research into lung disease and  TIDE TABLES  Dale   Time  3.20  24 10 50  MO  3:55  830  Ht.Ft  4.3  135  11.0  128  Date   Time HI Ft  6.50 52  28  3:15 13.7  FR  9:30 10.9  Ditt   Time Ht.Ft.  4 00 4.5  25 12:00 13.4  TU  5:00 11.5  8:50 12.4  Dele   Time Ht.Ft.  12:15 11.2  29  8:00 5.1  SA  3:55 13.8  9:55 10.1  Date    Time    Ht.Ft.     Data    Time    Ht.FI  1:55 11.3  30 8:55 5.1  SU  4:20 14.0  10:25 9.2  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson ForMoomimehu.Nem_.add  Pacific Standard Tims "  . hr. 40 mln. plus S mln. lor itch It. of r  and 7 mln. lor tich ft. of fill  Cedars Inn  886-3008  "The Home of Hospitality"  ,$210.  395 Sunshine Coast Highway, Gibsons, BC  (Across from Sunnycrest Mall)  HAROLD LONG  Proud of his record  In 1986, Harold promised to improve the  highways and ferry accessibility of this riding.  This is what he delivered.  ��� Reinstatement of 10:30 am run at Langdale  ��� An Improved Highway 101  ��� New 85-car ferry, Saltery Bay to Earls Cove  ��� Gibson's Bypass ��� Construction will begin  In early fall  ��� Committment to reberth Queen of Sidney  Ferry In Its rightful home of Powell River.  ��� Construction of new Ferry Terminal In  Powell River  Since 1986 some $19.3 million has been spent  on Highway Construction and maintenance in this  riding  ENSURE THAT THIS STRONG  REPRESENTATION WILL CONTINUE.  ON OCTOBER 17,1991 VOTE FOR  THE BEST MAN FOR THE JOB.  SocialCredit  RE-ELECT HAROLD LONG  CAMPAIGN OFFICES  SECHELT      GIBSONS  886-9286  the importance of using alternative methods of  transportation, like bicycles, to  reduce harmful car emission-."  says BCLA Executive Director  Scott McDonald.  The two-day bicycle trek  route began and ended in Fort  Langley and led cyclists  through Lynden, Sumas, Lindell  Beach and Cultus Lake the first  day; and Cultus Lake,  Abbotsford and Bradner the  second. Cyclists from all areas  of the province participated in  the Trek.  Each trekker was required to  raise a minimum of $350 in  donations before the ride to help  PENDER  HARBOUR  GOLF  Tic  tac  toe  byDawC_r_rd  LADIES DAY  Sept. 12, TIC TAC TOE, 18  holes: 1st, Cathy McQuitty, 24;  2nd, Evelyn Tapio, 21; 3rd,  Helen Crabb, 18.  prevent and control diseases  , such as emphysema, lung cancer,  . chronic bronchitis and asthma.  J Incentive awards were offered  j to encourage trekkers to raise  j more than the minimum. For the  } second year in a row, 58-year old  JBob Koch of Campbell River  .was the top fundraiser, wilh  ^ $4,500 collected.  i    Air Canada, Norco, Robson  Cycles,   7-Eleven,   Rocky  Mountaineer Railtours and the  Vancouver Carrier were major  sponsors.   Nearly   80  other  companies   and   individuals  donated goods, services and cash  lo help pay Trek expenses.  ��ers: 1st, Fay Williamson, 11;  2nd, Marj Harbord, 8; 3rd, 4-  way tie at 7, Joan Wilcock, Ruth  Norman, Pat Mitchell and Kay  Mahoney; Hidden Hole, Lorma  Lycan & Marj Harbord.  OF NOTE  New golfer, June Reeder - Net  59!!!  TOURNEY  Saturday, Sept. 14,2-man team,  36 hole tourney: George  Langham and Neil Reeder  finished 1st with a net 277; Jim  Menzies and Jim Buntain  finished 2nd with a net 280;  Ernie Holloway and Tom Held  finished 3rd with a net 298. Jim  Menzies donated the perpetual  club trophy.  SENIOR MEN  Tuesday, Sept. 17 - 36 golfers  Gibsons resident Elizabeth Wood cycled in the BC Lung  Association's Bicycle Trek for Life and Breath, raising $1,681  to help fight lung disease. A total or $125,000 was raised by 200  trekkers who cycled the 200 km Trek.  played: 1st Low net al 58, Ed  McAllister; 2nd Low net at 61,  Jerry Homes and Jim Buntain;  3rd Low net at 62, Bill Jack; 4th  Low net at 63, Cece Clements;  5th Low net at 64, Bobo  Sagansky, Eldy Gandy and Ted  Dobrindt; KP # 5, Jerry  Holmes; KP # 6, Ted Dobrindt.  2x2 Econo Studs  ..4*  2x4 Econo Studs  ���6*  2x6 Utility  W\ 12'and 14'only  ,15*  2x10 Spruce  14'and 18'only  .so*  Utility Ship Lap   ixs __| 00  6'and 8'only                ft     MZaW  7.20*  *Plywood-Priced to Sell! 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Have a new-found desire, the  Fello's came out and moved the  ball with direction, using all  positions and helping each other.  Time and again, with the power  running of Canada's largest  winger (ihe "Wadd"), the team  pushed forward. Wadd, having  come close to three tries, fed up  the ball and allowed a younger  Pig to notch a score on his  inoulhguard.  The local side, again, were  lacking in height and size but  were able to run and anticipate  the ball movement - something  it year of experience has brought  them. Having that ability to  come oul of a sel or loose play  and be able to know ahead of  time in which direction to go is  already proving lo be of value.  The first half ended with a  comfortable lead, but also one  to defend: Van Row Club 0,  Pigs 18.  Wilh the "Wadd" on the  sidelines vociferously shouting  out his commands, ihe lads  ploughed on. The second half  saw a lot of the same, but  started out with a scare. Yikes!  The opposition scored! Everyone  fell asleep at half, maybe, or  just wanted the visitors lo get  excited aboul the match. Yeah,  whatever.  Anyway, nol to worry. The  Pigs had all in hand and a superb  game was played. Tlie front row  was especially shining, wilh Ish  and newcomer Tony splitting  halves at hook and J.R. and  "Swill" Bevan at prop. "Swift"  was ihe star wilh a sprinting try  in the half.  The final whistle saw the  Pigs in complete control, the  score ending Van Row Club 9,  Pigs 32. Yahoo!  A superb effort by all and il  looks good  for the coming  The rods and  reels are still  out at Davis  Bay, looking for  the big ones.  Joel Johnston*  photo  _ ill  _�����  y'tM  _   .  _    .I  wmm  .  .'*?���*  i  B  i  l2'~  tmrnrns.  B               L_3_0.               _-J-JT.__��  -' "F-    '^T.  l               *ssr  " i" -     I  Sl  9                9-B                       Tff-fir*��  '. 4-^-fyn  ______  a.         _C_            __���*.��  .~~**m\.&jm,t\  ��� ������ .5  ^.1    _______ "-*    _______        _______** *��� ^  -Hcmi IMACB.PHOTO  Make    a  Positive  Choice...  ELECT  GORDON  WILSON  Gordon Wilson  Leader, Liberal  Party of B.C.  885-2239  JUST ARRIVED  Pants, Shirts, T-Shirts,  t, .& Fleece Tops  :,,.;.>  ,ew fashions Arriving  Daily  $88r  D - -w OFF  B&��LI BOfl  e WORKWEN.     Zl  /IN WORLD  GIBSONS  Open Sundays 10  .  SK Mil I  Own S��*.f_,.yj 11 :.  weeks. Into town for the next  couple of games and returning  on Oct. 5 with our next home  game.  The Sunday after Oct 6 will  be oui annual bike-a-thon, so  please sponsor your favourite  Kg  Hope to see you at the next  Home game!  A small but enthusiastic  group of runners, walkers  and cyclists took part in  Sechelt's eleventh annual  Terry Fox run.  Rom Nkhoboa photo  Coach Donahue's tips  How to  warm up  properly  How to Warm up Properly  What do ovens, bubble gum  and athletes have in common?  They all need warming up to  work efficiently! A proper  warm-up for athletes has three  components:  1. Progressive, Vigorous  Exercises-These exercises heat  the body, especially such deep  parts as muscles and joints, and  get the energy systems ready to  work;  2. Stretching Exercises- These  exercises stretch muscles,  tendons and muscle sheathes,  especially those used in the  activity to come;  3. Simulation Exercises- These  exercises prepare athletes for  training or competition by  stimulating them both  mentally and physically.  Progressive vigorous  exercises usually consist either  of rhythmic, large muscle  activities such as jogging,  skipping, swimming or full-  body calisthenics. Athletes  should start slowly and  steadily increase their pace until  they break into a light sweat.  The exercises should continue  for at least five minutes.  Stretching exercises typically  consist of the exercises the  athletes do for their flexibility  training.  Simulation exercises are basic  skill exercises that athletes do  under controlled conditions.  They are structured and  rhythmic, snd provide a mental  as well as physical transition  into the workout or competition to follow.  Here are some tips on warm-  ups: *Be systematic. Find and  follow an outline that works  for you.  'Vary exercises. Have a  repertoire of different exercises  for each part of the body and of  the warm-up.  On the rocks  hylaiylkmr  The new curling season will  be under way shortly. The semiannual General Meeling of the  Gibsons Winter Club will take  place on Wednesday, Sept. 25, at  8 pm in the club lounge, so mark  that date on your calendar. Any  potential new members are also  invited to come.  We have the following  leagues available:  ���Allow for individual  differences. Everybody needs a  different mix of exercises.  *Do more. If there is any doubt  about whether athletes have  warmed up enough, have them  do a little more.  After the practice or  competition, don't forget to  have the athletes cool down.  Jack Donahue was coach of  Canada'/ National Basketball  Team froml972-198S, and is a  nationally recognized coaching  expert For mora Information  on coaching skills and the  National Coaching  Certification Program,  contact tht Coaching  Association of Canada, 1600  Jamas Naismith Drive,  Gloucester, Ontario, KIB  5N4, or 3U Canada Inc., P.O.  Box 5757, London, Ontario,  N6A4T1.  Tues.-   Seniors Men's  Wed.-Ladies Mixed  Thur.- Men's/Ladies  Fri. - Seniors Mixed Fun  Evening curling takes place in  two draws, a 7 to 9 draw and a 9  to 11 draw. I am sure we could  start another evening of curling  if enough interest is shown.  Registration is now taking  place for the 1991-1992 season.  Registration forms can be  picked up at Linnadine's Shoes  and Gibsons Building Supply in  the upper town, and Truffles or  Just For You in the lower town.  Just drop them off at the club.  Remember to registei early as  some leagues fill up quickly.  If you cannot take the time to  pick up a form, you can phone  the club at 886-7512 or contact  one of the following members:  June Fransden, 886-9815, or  Brenda Balon, 885-7229, for the  evening leagues; Kathie Lesik,  886-3567, or Evelyn Ross, 886-  8858, for ihe afternoon ladies.  For information about the  seniors' league, you can contact  Gil Bromley at 885-7569.  We would especially like to  invite any new members of our  community to join the club and  enjoy the game this winter. If  you are not new to the  community but would like to  take part in the club's activities,  we would love to have you participating too - the more the  merrier.  The ice will be going in as  soon as we have some cooler  weather. Providing the weather  cooperates, we are hoping for an  Oct. 8 start to league curling.  /"DEPENDABLE   AUTO SERVICE  DM you know...  Our BODY SHOP will make  Tour ear look like now  kf%^m.  The South Cowt'l Only BCAA JLFVBOVBD Shop  (8pMI4l coruMer��tlon to BCAA memb-r ��)  fymmW   AUTOMOTIVE  i Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have* w�� visited YOU y_M?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USI  Helen Milburn 886-8676    Ruth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson    886-3416    Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  MORE THAN JUST TIRES...  IT _T"I _____ C2T/V I     TIDpCS  %ma* \emJt -T"% ��-#     I    -Pultun        I     I 1^ ____, ��__*  ���  1948 Burton Dr. Gibsons. 886-2700  REMEMBER:  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  is better  than a  full house.  B0NNIEBR00K  INDUSTRIES ltd     1  ht tattle Tank Pumping     |  Ask For Lucky Larry 886-7064  Fresh  Brewed  Coffee  for your office  or place of business  Call Doug at tl_-7___  Audrey's  Coffee  Service  Office and Restaurant  Supplies and Equipment  Thankyou..  The players, coaches and executive of the Gibsons Minor Baseball Association gratefully thank the  following service clubs and businesses for their extraordinary support for the 1991 season.  The Medical Clinic  Omega Restaurant  Ken'i Lucky Dollar  Pronto'* Restaurant  Kern's Home Furnishings  Sunnycrest Merchant'* Assoc.  Video, Etc.  Truffles  Tideline Installations  Western System Control* Lid,  ��� Ernie fc Gwen's Drive-In  ��� Andy's Restaurant  ��� RCMP.  > Joe's Tmckin  ' Gibson* Building Supplies Lid.  > Mary'* Variety  1 Howe Sound Pulp $e Paper Lid.  ��� Canfor, Mainland Logging Division  ��� Grade Rite Excavations  Super Valu  Gibsons Family Sports  Dargaii Glass  Sunshine Grocers (Pelrocan)  Devlin Funeral Home  Gibsons Really Ltd.  Ironworkers, I-ocal 97  Len Wray's Transfer  Dutch Pannckock House  A special "Thanks" to Ken McKenzie and the staff of Ernie & Owen's Drive-In for hosting a barbeque  for all players at our tournament.  The number of teams Increased again in 1991 by five to a total of twenty-nine from twenty in 1989.  The generous support from the above sponsors has allowed the -Gibson Minor Hall Association lo  provide equipment, uniforms, tournaments, and enjoyment for over 390 boys and girls.  J.M. (Jake) Swaney, PmUnt  Curling's fmtetoW���*  UW ���iil5l ___ rrTTa^^m^mmZ^rnxm  SCmiAnn^ntol^ober25 * 8.00,���  For mo���  Information c_tt  Approximate Co-t  j_*.r-nr-��n* 8869816  fc-nd. Mon ��� 886*7.9  league Start- October 8  J6.00 per night for 20 nighti  G.ryn.i-11**'1-88*9656  P_m.URno_lM-88.VM96  ui�� welcome oW a new a-*".  JohaW"��" ^jSSScttb ��� 88M-15:  !''J.  ���rrrm^vrrf-'iK-i*  j^i.i.-y-vr  V,wViT���:tnU----l-,      ������    ..������.-���*�����___;  "_."'  ' '.' r - .; r. :r,iM.'i��V2_.  &eb.  : -   ���-"'��� Coast News, September 23,1991  15.  M..-P this Space  WORK FOR YOU  Poles from the Coast  by Mmi. liirMid.  Telephone poles are everywhere, such a common sight  that they are usually taken for  granted. But have you ever  wondered who makes them? An  answer can now be found on the  Sunshine Coast.  Three months ago Don  "Stubby" Warmbold commenced  a telephone pole making operation in the Port Mellon area,  creating multi-grade telephone  poles for destinations across  North America.  The operation. Stubby Poles  Inc. is the smallest independent  business of ils kind; aside from  Warmbold, there are three full  time employees and a dog that  wanders the yard.  The operation itself is  comparitively simple. Logs, of  either southern fir or Western red  cedar, are are selected according  to size and straightness. The  logs are placed with a log loader  onto a stripper or debarker. The  de-barked product is graded, cut  to size and is ready for market.  The equipment that de-barks  the trees, shipped to the Coast  from Idaho in the spring, was  built in 1947.  "The technology hasn't changed  much over the years," chuckles  Warmbold, talking about the  stripper, "this thing came over  on the Mayflower."  A diesel powered generator  capable of cranking ouf 175  kilowatts of electricity, powers  the entire operation.  Warmbold, a native of  Thunder Bay, has worked in the  logging industry much of his  life. He says the inspiration for a  telephone pole business came  from work he was doing in New  Jersey.  "I was working for a pole  company that united buyers of  telephone poles with manufacturers, "he says, "I saw an  opportunity in starting my own  business."  FALL AND WINTER HOURS NOW IN EFFECT  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY 5:30 - 9:30 PM  NOW IS THE TIME TO BOOK YOUR  CHRISTMAS PARTY OR DINNER  LOCATED AT COWER POINT RD. 0 OCEAN BEACH ESPLANADE.  PHONE 886-2188  Congratulation! to  Mrs. McK.an  ^       Of Sechelt,  Winner of the  "Teddy Bear" In  ^**   our Back to  atlas  OFFICE SOLUTIONS LTD.  5511 Whart St., Sechelt  Phone 8854489 Fax 885-4698  Warmbold now orchestrates  his sales and marketing out of  New Jersey, catering largely to  US markets, but sees potential  for more sales in Canada.  "I've sold poles to Ontario  Utilities and some others," he  told the Coast News, "and there's  plenty of room for expansion."  According to Warmbold, the  aspect of the operation he is  most proud of is its environmentally friendly nature. Only  selected logs are used, so there is  little waste. Telephone poles  have a life span of 40 to 65  years, so there is a cycle of new  trees being ready for harvest  around the time the old poles  need replacing.  All the bark stripped at the  operation has potential as landscaping material or garden  mulch, and all the poles are  chemically treated at their destination, rather than in Port  Mellon, a bit like the way unfinished furniture is sold.  "It would be environmental  suicide to treat them here," noted  Warmbold.  Warmbold credits Bill Moore  of the SCRD for helping him  locate at Port Mellon, and says  he may move his operation to  the SCRD's Hillside Industrial  Park when it opens.  "You never can tell, though,"  Warmbold says, "I may stay  where I am."  He currently rents property  from Avalon Industries.  Most of the work being done  at Stubby Logs is filling the  contracts obtained before operations started up. The operation is  still unknown in the area, but  Warmbold sees expansion in the  future, or as Warmbold puts it,  "the potential is there."  Success, however, doesn't  come without the hazards that  accompany any form of logging  operation,. On the day the Co^sl  News spoke to Warmbold, one  of his three employees, the  foreman, was at a Vancouver  hospital having a smashed finger  attended to.  Project  based  training  in Sechelt  A $146,000 federal  contribution under the Canadian  Jobs Strategy will help 24  young people in Sechelt to learn  both the personal and technical  skills they will need to retain  employment.  The sponsor, the Sunshine  Coast Employment  Development Society, will  provide participants with classroom training in life skills, job  maintenance and job search  skills. In addition, the  participants will receive  counselling in appropriate work  habits.  One of the objectives of  Project Based Training is lo  assist people who face  significant barriers to finding  and keeping employment. It  provides employment  preparation and lifestyles  guidance to help individuals  become   ready   for   wnrk.  Participants may obtain  financial support for up to one  year    while    receiving    a,  combination of iraining and on-'  tne-job experiences.  Don Warmbold of Stubby Logs Inc, surveys his product. See Story. Stuart Burnside photo  Financial services  Student loans changing with the times  a question and answer session  could prove useful.  Most students have worked  all summer, saving for the  frightening part for some  students is that financial independence has never been  considered. The concept of  budgeting and paying bills  hasn't been a part of their  normal lives.  Financial institutions can  Continued on P. 17  MONEY TALK  Lorraine Arthur  Financial considerations can  be one of the most important  issues facing young people  during post-secondary  education.  For some young people, going  away to school is the first  opportunity to be in control of  their own destiny. The  financial services available to  get the most from your dollar.  A visit to your local branch for  In-,  Financial Security Despite Economic Chaos  The politicians who handle our dollars have driven us  ^^j^' into massive debt which staggers the imagination.  JL\       ^k\ Canada's debt is now so ou.-o.-coi.i7o/that one third  ^H^RA of the country's budget goes just to pay the interest  m W on the debt. There is more money spent on interest  Y jjj.   (Ks-F payments by our government than all the money  spent on pensions, unemployment insurance and  family allowances combined. We spend more on  interest than on food. To try to get out of it, they will  continue to increase taxes. The GST could reach  25% before the decade is over. There will be no  money in the Canada Pension Plan in twenty years  and.the value of our dollar will be shockingly low. There may be no more  medicare either. If you think that the RRSP's you are putting your savings into  will adequately provide for you in retirement, there are some compelling  arguments to the contrary!  These are precarious and unstable economic times. This information is not  meant to scare you. It is offered to alert and motivate you. If you intend on  taking steps to insure that you and your family can survive and thrive  financially, then now is the time to learn what to do.  You can establish a basis of financial security for yourself by investing in  houses and renting them out. Historically, real estate is���without exception���  the best long term investment! Compare the cost of your parents' first house to  what it is worth today. Owning one or several homes can give you security.  There is nothing inherently difficult about playing the real estate game and  there is no mystery about "nothing down" ���but you won 'fleam the rules from  people who want you to buy and sell. (Should you ask a barber if you need a  haircut?)  I have bought over 65 properties since 1979 and work full-time at it. I'm  Canadian and have lived in B.C. almost 25 years. I've earned credentials in  social work, business and investment. I teach people the step-by-step 'nuts &  bolts' of creative offers and financing, and I show them how to save thousands  of dollars. Vancouver is my home so I'm available for follow-up coaching. First-  time buyers and savvy investors have referred to my one day Seminar as  honest value, excellent coaching, and the most practical course around."  Peter Clement's  REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT SEMINAR  IN SECHELT - SEPTEMBER 29. 1991  PRESENTED BY THE ROCKWOOD CENTRE  FOR A FREE INFORMATION PACKAGE OR TO RESERVE YOUR  SEAT CALL:   885-2522 OR 877-1880  I      11     Is'     I      1  SONS        /    ()       I    I    I    (     1       (,   ()   It   I)   <)   \        U    /   /    S   <)    \        M   I  �� HE IS THE BEST  CANDIDATE  ��� Gordon Wilson has served the  community for the past six years  in elected office  ��� He has dealt effectively with the  challenges facing the Sunshine  Coast  ��� He is intimately aware of the  future needs of the Coast  residents  ��HE REPRESENTS  REAL  POLITICAL CHANGE  ��� Gordon Wilson And B.C. Liberals  have developed fresh innovative  solutions to todays problems  ��� Only by putting a 3rd party in the  legislature can B.C. achieve  REAL political change.  @HEISA  LEADER  ��� As leader of the Liberal Party of  B.C., Gordon Wilson has shown  that he's not afraid of the tough  issues  ��� While the other two parties fight  each other, Gordon Wilson  fights for the Sunshine Coast  SSi      2  2, 4) 16.  Coast News, September 23,1991  Sunshine Coast  'ICES   DIRECT  AUTOMOTIVE  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  y   Mnn.fii.fc-b Sal. B-...un, 10- Ij  C   SUNCOASt  tsmt* d Iwtpsct-O-i PicH-ty  wr^  KAL(tTIRE  If we sell it...we guarantee it!  5633 Whart Road, Se_ht.lt ��� M5-7J-7  ._���!_ .MtHOSNCV S.HVTCt   MMM4  S"SECHELT RADIATORS'���  ���   Comolele Cooling System Seivice Centre  We Repait S Replace Rads Heater Cotes & Gas tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, Used & Rebuilt  4349 S.C. Hwy.      Wc* Up . Delivery Mon. - Sit  Next lo Wilson Creek Chevron Station 885*798$/  BLDG. CONTRACTORS  A t T ENTERPRISES: Conalruotlon Servloee  Strving The Coasl Since 19.5  '_��� W.-.5-        'CUSTOM HOMES  ! .:t'm arWr     ' ADDITIONS  *k&~ wf-_Pf       ��� RENOVATIONS  ---���-____aS��'?r       aae-Mst  T. WONO, BOX 713, GIBSONS. I.C. VON 1V0  DIRECT DRYWALL SYSTEMS  BOARDING - TAPINQ ��� TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Homes & Townhouses ��� Additions ��� Renovations  PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ��� FREE ESTIMATES  Cellulai 671-37&4  .885-9635  .       Ron HovOen Gerald R McConnell  TOM'S  Electrical k Plumbing  Residential - Commercial  waaa aariMATaa  ' CONTRACTORS LIC, NO. 6444  886-33*44 �� 8863364 J  Blloldi ��� -cr-tfli ��� Qing* Doom ��� Pi��hung Door* * Window!  Highway 1011 Putt M.      MUL HAMILTON  Qlblwu.B.C.VONIVO -.  Ww_��i��B��T��BB fMlMMm.  r  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING  Soffits, FASIA, Shutters  Stone �� Brick  Fred Cocker P.O. Box 1596  (Leave Messagel Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-6065 V0N3A0  Ashword Contracting  "*��� QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  Foi Estimate Call  Howard Athmor ���  885-6443;  Precise Painting & Plaster  ��� All Phaaea of Drywall  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Fire a. Water Damage  ��� Journeymen Workmanship  Neale CTni. Vance  886-0928     eiitwW     886*9199  NEED THIS SPACE?  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Dupaith  __i .sfui.n  i_M i.    ^-mtminn ,      ��� rm   ���...  885-9666     | ,.��B_-5333]   | 885-2226 J  3 Batch Rants on the Sunshine Coasl  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Box 172, 6417 Burnet Rd., Sechelt  R.  :N  CRANE  RENTAL  SECHELTPLANT  885-7180  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand A Qravel  CONCRETE  o  SIHUNI, tHlsur.SHir.il lias  septic tahks gibson. pi ant  weu liners -"---nsplani  curbs, etc 886-8174  p  Turenne  WNCRETE  CONCRETE PUMP TRUCKS  CONCRETE FINISHING OF FLOORS  DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, SIDEWALKS  For quality work, call us J   B86-7022  CONCRETE SERVICES  All types ei concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs ��� smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  EXCAVATING  COAST CONCRETE  PUMPING & FOUNDATIONS  ��� Pumping ��� Forming ���  ��� Placing ��� Finishing ���  Full Service to Ihe Peninsula  885-5537  ���t/U  Call John Parton  ELECT. CONTRACTORS  A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  ��� Excavating - Backfilling ��� Retaining Walls >  - Trenching - Landscape Conttructlon - Drainage -  KB       8868538  Bo. 12 21. Gibsons  B.C VON 1V0  ft  1W  /^Private jjj Industrial Electrical Contractor  l^     High j. Low Voltage Power Lines  Reg. No. 16135 JM&fljflj  8p  CONSTRUCTION  Excavation, Sewer,  Water, Grading,  Subdivision Design  and Development  8862182 or 885-9840  EXCAVATING  STK EXCAVATING LTD. S,  Land Clearing ��� Top Soil ��� Grave/    t* , "'"'"  ��� Retaining Walls ��� efc. j?flnrw  Serving the Coast tor 20 Years Si"  "We pride ourselves on punctuality.  eoe ouhnev  M-90-0 bo. I?9I.GIBSONS.BCVON  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  A  3558 f^[||    !Q   AjM  ar ...}11 ELr^-*. ��aW  886  CELLULAR  240*6314  mm, ���**�� isWfi&k  M$m\mZ I  Id Ihe Sunahlne Coaett .-  Wa dig tha aunahlna Coaett  - Selective Logging  ��� Marine Contracting  - Stump Removals     . Sand & Gravel Deliveries  - Purchase Timber |*ARy 886-9585  . TWIN CREEKS MARINE LTD.  BILL 886-8361 .  ( Fasttac BACKHOE  SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS .  ��� DHAWAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES Col 411 4X4  .cleabing Steve Jones    886-8269  / _^ U^v^>      CLIP t SAVE \  IP bcfgrrigs Schedule]  VANCOUVER   SECHELT P_f.lNS_LA  HORStSHOt BAV-LANOPALE  .��  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVt   SALTEWVBAy  Lv. Langdale Lv. Horseshoe Bay  6 20 am       2:30 pm 7 30 am      3:30 pm  8:30 M'       4:30 9 30M.       5:30 M  10 30 6:30 11.30 7:25 M  12:25 pm M 8:20 M 1:15 pm      9:15  M dtnt.il MlH'itk lui  Lv. Earls Cove Lv. Saltery Bay  6 40 am      4:30 pm b 45 M     3:30 pm  8 20 6:30 7 35 5:30 M  10 30 8:30 9.25 M     7:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M n 30       9:30  886-7337 885-3666  QIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1    "a *W f SM-II- ""' Co**-' PI   FwiHin Murine D> ROUTE 2 Pi'll Cn..lei  Co��ei Pi   *0Mcn�� SC Mow Pii-  Oipirturi  ���5:45  7:45  9:45  11:45  1:45  3:45  5:45  7:45  Depart  Langdila  Ferry  Terminal  8:14 4:11  10:11 6:11  12:11   BOB  2:W*tO:00  Depart '7:30  ���Ml    -9:10  11:00  1:00  3:00  ���5:10  '6:20 exp  Arrive  5:45 t:M  7:45 3:��  9:20 5:21  11:28 1:40.  'No 5:45 am run SaturrJayi, Sunday, or Holiday!  '10:00 pm run Fri., Sat!, Sun. 4 HoHdiyi  NOTE: Shopper's Leap lv. Mill 10:45 am, 12:45, FAHES  2:45 ��� 4:45 pm Mon.-Sit. 0ul ���, Imn  Info. Comments & Suggestions - 886-9318 ln ,.���_  These transportation schedules sponsored by  ���ve dime, tor* Wm ��� No SmMmt * Oomt n MAM  No* ��� m *30 an, 7-X m ot 020 pm MntCI UL In. or MWst  Adull. Seniors Children Stud. Comm tickets  St 50    SI 00      75    St 00       S125/rile  75 75       75 75  Insurance /���=*,  Otuteptan L--  'Mlfi  StuceuK-t Agenda  Red  *.       WlrHlMT 1 -U1/   Ar\mtsUsJ*>XfmXf\r * "limber J'/O  INSURANCE             TRAVEL *-Uj-  886-2000               886-9255 NtautaSI |  Carpet Service from Friendly Professionals in Sunnycrest "all. Olbaona. ���  ^BRLAiM l-EWMAM EXCAVAT1M6 *K       N  * Septic Fields ���  ��� Drainage ��� Excavation  ��� Water Lines      -Bock Walls  ��� Landscape Construction ���  ������ ������ Call 686*3977 J  CHAR'S  BULLDOZING  ^fVATONS&GRAVEL 886-9081  LAIM1) lA-hAnllNli nuAP f\u i.AV/1?  VgOAD BUILDING CHAR 0H DAV^  GEIM. CONTRACTORS  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call Ihe COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  CENTURY ROCK  Rock wiiii     mm      885-5910  Patios Planters www w" *w  A      t��    B  mlm c  sT*       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH 1  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL S RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER "^  LTD. HALFMCX3N BAYJ  ���fen  POMFRET  COIVSTRUCTIOIM  Selective Land Clearing ��� Oeslgn Consulting  RR1S4IC5, Gibsons BC VON 1V0  Pttone: 886-6900  HEATING  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O's  Wi 686*2360  *�����     Hwy tot. across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  f SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sales ft JiutaJlo.ion_  SHOWROOM Op*n TuM.-Sat.  5631 Wharf Rd., ������������7171  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  )  SUNBHINa KITCHEN  ��� CABINETS-  aae-8411   IShowroom Kern'a Ptaia.Hwy 10'  Open Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm J  ADANAC  Design Cot  TILE AND MAhBrE.  mtultlng and Installation  Free Estimate*  Quality Work-Guaranteed  TOBAN RADYMSKI 271-1331  .NANCY GEREIN 885-7546  673 P>yn�� Rd.. Qlb��oh�� M^aiai    ;  -____...<_nf .-.. ���/->:....I'f--...,.'-_-  ' * ���'' -*���  __���> j.i  :. ;:L*j__l_i��_.*_.  (  ,_i_.L,  __L__s_ffi__S_tel_______li_  "t.**!-:, ������11- ^.i.t....- -,. .��� . ., Coast News, September 23,1991  17.  mr~  Back From the Brink  In  I8..0 there were approximately  2.000 whooping cranes in the world.  Today, there are only aboul 2I4 of these  magnificent birds left.  Whooping cranes once bred throughout  much of cenlral North America. However, in  the wild they now only nest in Wood Buffalo  National Park in Alberta and the Northwest  Territories.  Until Ihe 1900s, "whoopers" were  hunted openly but were never numerous enough lo be  considered an important sport species. However, conservationists became concerned that the whooping crane  Would soon be extinct. They believed destruction of ils  breeding habitat was ihe main reason for ils decline.  In  1.17 Canada and the United Slates passed Ihe  Migratory Birds Convention Act. under which the  whooping crane became a protected species. Bul despite  these efforts, the population continued to decrease.  Today. CWF and other conservation organizations in  Canada and the United Stales are doing everything  possible lo bring the whooping crane back from the brink  of extinction.  Thanks to several programs, the species is  gradually increasing in number.  I'm more Inlbnnilllon nn whooping cranes ami how CWF is  helping ihem. wrile in  Canadian Wildlife Federation  __   ���Communicallons Department  W_^P --"'-III Oueensview   Drive  ^mW Ottawa. Ontario ion I a:  Income Tax Act offers benefits  In these recessionary times,  we tend to think of the  advantages of being employed,  but in income tax terms, the  self-employed have numerous  advantages that employees do  not.  Here are key advantages for a  self-employed person who runs a  business as an unincorporated  proprietorship:  1. You may choose a fiscal year  that is different from the calendar  year. Your First fiscal year may  be shorter than a full year. For  example, you may start business  in May, 1991, and choose your  fiscal year-end as of Jan. 1,  1992. By going into the next  calendar year for your fiscal year  end, you have Ihe very great  advantage that taxes are not due  until April 30, 1991 - a full year  < later lhan by choosing one day  earlier, Dec. 31,1990.  If you  have  a  loss  until  '���December, however, you may be  'better off with the regular  calendar year. That way, you  jwould be able to deduct your  business losses against any  earnings from employment or  other income you may have  earned before you began your  business.  2. Generally, expenses incurred  to earn business income are  ; deductible, including salaries,  advertising, supplies, travel  (excluding aulo travel, which we  will address separately), rent,  insurance,  hank  interest,  a  Sole Feetures  (Formerly Footprints)  Same FACES  Same PLACE  Same High Quality Footware  just a NEW NAME!  Our Great Summer Clearance Continues..  Summer Shoes  u>t�� 50%off  Sole Feetures**  ���   rail      Bin      Mill.     S c i   It .- . i  885-484.  Sunshine Coast  'ICES  DIRECT  -.   .        -      ������  ....  ^.i? m���   A^t&%,,  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MISC. SERVICES  'Sales s installation  The Floor Store at Your Door  With Free In-Home Shopping  Hardwood ��� Ceramics * Wall Tiles ��� Class Tiles  Area Rugs ��� Carpels ��� Linoleum * Floor Tiles ��� Marble  Glass Blocks  885-3582 ��� 886-8868  Mon- Sal. 9:30-5:00pm  Showroom 4349 Hwy. 101 Wilson Creek  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886 2622 or 885-3930  MARINE SERVICES  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kill Y  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  Bu  weeaneer  Marina 6? Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 665-7811  MARINE SPECIALISTS .1 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 1 C Thtrmoglass t>^m. I*1 ^k  Cobra Boats now   *���     '-' ��"___������  In-Stock  ��� -.l=._Mi.:l.  [OUTBOARDS  ,    COAST NEWS  * Photo  Reprints  5 x 7  9.00  8x1012.00  any published photo or your  choice from the contact sheets  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE^  P-iic./mt. r_iiM.ni. . Q'vnjnQ  1 Beams       d^l^U  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts S  Chris Napper 686-3468  R.R.M, S6, C78,  Qibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  LANDSCAPING  . thi Oov'l Dock  *���rrTcoti'*''  inlll*  *,0��  Volvo  ON*1 " u"  'Sail Water licences JLets^  ' Motel f. Campsites ' Wnicr T,wi  .' Marine Repairs'      ' li.e .ii"1 T" U|1        BB..-2266  J  S & G TREE SERVICE  fNdLJJl  *^a\r^  .1  Topping ��� Trimming .pruning ��� Brush Chipper  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured * 20 Years Experience  885-3887  1   k��'  'Bod       W '  cottrdls Marine $��rvlce  wrvice TO AIL MAKES  located at 1051 Sunshine coast Hwy.  Next to Kenmac Parts  SHOP II--IOOI M5.IIWW  ;;^ lorkBliire (gardener  ' * ' General Garden Maintenance  Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  RocksrifiS  Senior's Discount ��� Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  t  Gibsons & District  Public Library  Hours:  Tuts. OiJO-.pm  Wed 930-Jpm  Thim. l.:.W-8pm  Sat. .:_0-..pm  STORYTIMK: Wed. lUam  Sechelt  Public Library  IO:.W-4pni  10:30- Ipm  10:30-7pm  l-Spm  10:30-4pm  Suhscrtpiiim - to per year  Loan Period ��� 2 tveeks  Loan Limit ��� 6 hooks tonly 2 new)  Overdues ��� lOt/wk. per bonk  anmti>��iinMT��Ait .a*, mall  Tues.  Weds.  Thins.  Fri.  Sal.  Capital cost allowance (CCA)  is the depreciation you partly  deduct each year on your tax  return for business purchases  such as furniture and fixtures,  that are not fully deductible in  one year. The class and rale of  depreciation vary with Ihe  purchase. Office equipment, for  example, has a 20 per cent rate.  CCA, which is on a declining  balance basis, is claimed at half  the normal rate in the year of  purchase.  For home office expenses to  be deductible, Ihe office must be  used exclusively to eam business  income and be used on a regular  and continuous basis for meeting  clients, customers or patients. If  your office comprises one-sixth  of your house or apartment, you  may deduct one-sixth the  mortgage interest or rent,  property tax, maintenance and  utilities.  3. If you have a car and drive  half the kilometres for  business.you may deduct half the  operating expenses and half the  cost of the lease or, if you own  the car, half the capital cost  allowance. There are additional  restrictions based on the cost of  the car or the amount of the  monthly lease payments.  4. Business entertainment,  including meals, is 80 per cent  deductible.  Moneycare is general financial  advice by Canada's chartered  accountants. Margaret Dunn  has her own public accounting  practice.  ANNOUNCEMENT  JUDY (ROW I ll KM  '^istiTi'd Mtiss.i^t- I Ihmmj  885-4005  The Message Therapy Clinic will be closed  Sept. 15th to Oct. 15th.  During this time Judy will be taking post-graduate  courses at the University of Toronto.  The Clinic will re-open on Oct. 15th. Please call the  above number for appointments.  COAST ACADEMY OF DANCE  AND FINE ARTS  Joe Vogler briefs the Gibsons Chamber of Commerce on  recent talks with Howard Dirks, Minister of Development,  Trade and Tourism, on the Discovery project. Maritime  History Society members Don Ball, Gracey and Vogler were  in Victoria seeking funds for the Discovery Project business  plan. Joel Johnstone photo  Financial services  com-Miad from P. 15  help students to manage and  plan their finances. Students are  welcome at banking centres  across Canada, and there are  student banking centres located  near post-secondary  institutions.  The world of personal  finances can be understood. It  requires research into the best  school year ahead. Discovering  I l|ie best type of account,  chequing or savings, to meet  their financial needs should be  the first step.  Financial planning doesn't  need to be a stressful exercise.  Things like living expenses, rent  and food, books and student  loans can all he factored in. And  remember lo include your  entertainment expenses. Going  to a play or movie and socializing with friends is part of  the total education experience  and shouldn't lx* missed, as long  as you don't go overboard.  If you have received approval  for a government student loan, a  Student Banking Centre can  process it and deposit it directly  into your account.  There are Student-Parent  Plans, which offer students two  ways of receiving money from  parents and families. An account  can be opened by parents with  arrangements to transfer funds  , automatically to Ihe student's  account. Parents can also go to  any branch and deposit funds  directly inlo the student's  account al another branch.  Effective August 1, 1991, the  federal government has imposed  a three percent guarantee fee on  the amount of financial  assistance given to all full time  students in the 1991-92 school  year. Therefore, students will  have lo remit the three percent  before receiving their student  loan disbursement.  \jlnUhinq c^cnooL i/\��.ul��w  Complimentary Sample Classes  for anyone who is interested  Saturday, September 2B  8-18 year olds 1:15-2:15pm  13-18 year olda 8:15 ��� 3:1 Spm  Sample class registration accepted on  a first come, first serve basis. Further  registration for full course completely  optional.  S-"._%-_*__..>:*  Studio : T>(i I..  TERMINAL  forest .Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Con-P-DUva PriJC-i  Camp Run  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  QUESTION  OF THE DAY  "And if the schools aren't really a  high priority, are British Columbians  ready to live with the consequences-  fewer teachers, more dropouts, and  poorly prepared graduates?"  Crawford Killian in the Vancouver Sun, May 8th, 1990  Think  Sunshine  Coast  teachers}  Association  _^_a_-i_.  Mil 18.  Coast News, September 23,1991  3tye Corporation of i\)t  itatrtct of Bttktit  P.O Box 128. 5*48 Mat Av��ng��. SMh��t. B.C. VON 3A0       Telaphona; (004) 885-1986      Fax: (004) 885-7581  MUNICIPAL MEMO  IMPORTANT NOTICE  To Sechelt Sewer Users  Please be advised that the final date of  payment for Sechelt Sewer bills has been  extended from Sept. 16 to Dec. 16,1991.  All payments received prior to Dec. 16 will  not have any penalty charges added.  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  Pursuant lo Sections 956 and 957 ol Ihe Municipal Act. a Public  Hearing will be held al Ihe Sunshine Cmst Regional District  Board Room. 5477 Whirl Road. Sechell, BC on Wednesday.  October 2nd. 1991 at 7:30 pm., to consider Zoning Amendment  Bylaw No 25-31. Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 25-32. Zoning  Amendment Bylaw No. 25-33, Zoning Amendment Bylaw No.  25-34 and Official Communily Plan Amendment Bylaw No.  22-15. Al the Hearing all persons who deem Iheir interest in  property to be alfected by Ihe proposed Bylaws shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in these  Bylaws  I      The purpose ol Zoning Amendment Bylaw No 25-31 is  threefold.  (1) That the following properties, more particularly shown  on Ihe accompanying map which forms part ol Ihe  bylaw, be rezoned Irom Residential 1 |R-1| to  Residenlial 3 (R-3):  OL 6082. eicept Plan 13644, Group 1, NWO;  Lot 1, OL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWD;  Lol 2, DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWD:  Lot 3, DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1. NWD;  Lot 5. DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWD;  Lot 6, DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWD:  Lol 7. DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWD;  Lol 8, DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWD;  Lot 9. DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWD:  Lot 'A', Blk 10, DL7148, Plan 16456. Group 1, NWO;  Lot B', Blk 10. DL7148, Plan 16456, Group 1, NWD;  Lot T\ Blk 10, DL 7148. Plan 16456, Group 1. NWD;  Lot 11, DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWO;  Lot 12, DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWD;  Lot 13, DL 7148. Plan 12047, Group 1, NWD;  Lot 14, DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWO;  Lot 15, DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group t, NWD;  Lot 16, DL 7148. Plan 12047, Group 1, NWO;  Lot 18, OL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWD;  Lot 19, DL 7148, Plan 12047, Group 1, NWO;  Lot '*.', DL 7148, Plan 21432, Group 1, NWD;  Lot B', DL 7148, Plan 21432, Group 1, NWO;  Lot 'B', Blk 4, DL 7148, Plan 19203, Group 1, NWD,  except Plan 16006;  Lot A ot 4, OL 7148, Plan 19203. Group 1, NWD; ind  Lot t ol 19, DL 7148, Plan 19634, Group 1, NWD;  k  k  r^Sgijj  ......< '/"'  mji  WS r^i  // t-  L.4680  L468I  li','.;  -     \  R-3  \  \ L. 4690  L.4686  The intent ol the preceding section is to permit two (2|  single family dwellings on lot of two thousand (2.000)  square metres or more, whereas currently a lol exceeding two thousand (2.000) square metres permits,  in addition to one (1) single lamily dwelling, one (1)  guest cottage, and a lol exceeding lour thousand  (4,000) square metres permits two (2) single family  dwellings.  (2) That the RR-1 Zona (Rural 1 Zone) be amended by  changing the minimum lol area required from two  thousand (2.000) square metres lo two-thirds (!_) of  a hectare.  (3) That Part Three (General Provisions), Section 316, ol  Zoning Bylaw No. 25 be amended by eliminating Ihe  minimum lol size provisions of the bylaw where Ihe  parcel is intended lor public park/space; or where lol  lines are relocated lo facilitate an existing developmeni or improve a subdivision pattern (under certain  conditions).  The purpose ol Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 25-32 is  lhat the following properties, more particularly shown on  the accompanying map which lorms part ol the bylaw, be  rezoned Irom Commercial 4 (C-4) to Commercial 2 (C-2):  Lot B, Blk 9, Plm 7692, DL 303/304, Group 1, NWD;  Lot C, Blk 9, Plan 8472, DL 303 _ 304,  Group t, NWD,  eicept Plan 22304;  Lot B, Blk 8, Plan 15760. DL 303, Group 1, NWD;  Lot 3 ol B, Blk 8, Plm 8572, DL 303/304,  Group 1, NWD; md  Lot 4, Blk 8, Plm 8572, Subsidy Lot B, DL 303/304,  Group 1, NWD;  The intent of the preceding section is to change the  current zoning trom a mixed light industrial and commercial zoning to an office, service business and retail commercial zoning.  The purpose ol Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 25-33 is  lhat the lollowing property, more particularly shown on  Ihe accompanying map which lorms part pi the bylaw, be  rezoned Irom 1-3 (Industrial 3 Zone) to CD-I (Comprehensive Development 1 Zone):  Lot 16, DL 1021. Plm 4612, Group 1, NWD  (Field Road it Highway 101)  |IUL   .  4 1 10    "^s  ..�����cl    __.tu_.__K��                              1  1    from  1-3  to CD-I  ���  J     'll     1"  vi tf,  1  1   \ 1  ��� J Jit  j  33��  UJfe  1 __j  The intent ol Ihe preceding section is to change the  current zoning from a light industrial, warehousing,  retail/wholesale zone (which includes the sale ol used  vehicles and numerous other land uses) to a zone which  permits parking lots and the sale ol both new and used  vehicles.  The purpose ol Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 25-34 is  two-told.  (1) To change the maximum lol coverage percentage permitted in the R-3 (Residential 3 Zone) and the RR-1  (Rural 1 Zone) for properties that are 2,000 square  metres or less. Currently Section 521 ol the R-3 Zone  states that, "buildings or structures shall not cover  more lhan twenty (20%) per cent ol the lot area". It is  proposed to read that, "buildings or structures shall  nol cover more than twenty (20%) per cent ol a lot  area that is greater than 2,000 square metres, or  thirty-five (__���/.) per cent ol a lot area that is 2.000  square metres or less". The existing RR-1 Zone (Section 905) stales thai, "buildings or structures shall  not cover more than fifteen (15%) per cent ol the lot  area". It is proposed to read that, "buildings or  structures shall not cover more than fifteen (15%) per  cenl ol a lot area lhal is greater lhan 2,000 square  metres, or thirty-five (35%) per cent of a lot area that  is 2.000 square metres or less": and  (2) To change the permitted siting of buildings and structures (except a fence) in the RR-1 Zone (Rural  Residential 1 Zone) lor properties that are 2.000  square metres or less. Currently Section 906 is silent  on Ihis issue. II is proposed lhat Section 906 be  amended by adding the lollowing where no building or  structure (except a fence) shall be located within:  "(e) three (3) metres ol one side lot line, and one  point five (1.5) metres ot the other side lot line lor any  lot lhat is 2.000 square metres or less".  The purpose ol Official Community Plan Amendment  Bylaw No. 22-15 is to amend Official Community Plan  Bylaw No. 22 by adding the lollowing to SECTION FIVE  ���IMPLEMENTATION  that: Lot 16, DL 1028, Plan 4682, Group 1, NWD;  Lot 15, DL 1028, Plm 4682, Group 1, NWD; md  Lot A ol 15, DL 1028, Plm 4682, Group 1, NWD.  be designaled u Development Permit Am 4.  The objective ol this designation is to ensure that development and re-development is compatible and sympathetic  with the adjoining single lamily residential development,  Sechell Indian Government District property, and its proximity to the water, and yet create an environment which  will encourage Hie economic development of an attractive  commercial development lor the area.  J _> I  DBV-LOM-NT PERMIT AIEA 4  Dated this 16th day of September, 1991.  The above is a synopsis of ihe Bylaws and is not deemed to be  an Interpretation thereof Copies of the above bylaws are  available tor inspection al Ihe District ol Sechell Municipal Hall.  5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechell, BC, Monday through Friday, excepting statutory holidays, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm., September  16, 1991 to October 2, 1991.  Robert Sabine  Municipal Planner and Approving Officer  CHANGE IN DATE OF  COUNCIL MEETING  diten. Tas^ ��5,0 'J16 !.nion 0| BC- Municipalities Convention, the  SSdUd StoKT1"'Coundl mee,ing in Sep,ember has been re-  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH, 1991  In The Regional District Board Room  At 2:00 pm  NOTICE OF DEVELOPMENT VARIANCE PERMIT  NO. 91-8  Take notice that it is the Intention ol the District ol Sechelt to  consider a Resolution lo Issue a Development Variance Permit to  the following described properties at a Regular Council Meeting  on Wednesday, October 2,1991, at 7:30 p.m., at the Sunshine  Coasl Regional District Board Room, Sechelt, B.C.  Lot 1 Of 9, Block A, D.L. 4294, Plm 7641;  Lot 2 AM ol 9, Block A, D.L. 4294, Plm 7141, except  Plm 14916;  Lot A, D.L. 4294, Plan 11041;  Lot B, Block A, D.L. 4294, Plan 16048;  Lot C, D.L. 4294, Plm 16041;  Lot D, Block A, D.L. 4214, Plan 16048;  Lot 12, Block A, D.L. 4294, Plm 7193;  Lot 1, Block 1, D.L. 4294, Plan 14111;  Lot 5 PT, Block B, D.L. 4294, Plan 7193; md  Lot C, Block B, D.L. 4294, Plm 12521, except  Plm 14189  (Rnldintlil Zone 3)  The purpose for which Development Variance Permit 91-8 will  be issued is to exempt the above properties from the minimum  width provisions of Zoning Bylaw 25 (Section 519) and to permit subdivision at the lot width existing as of August 13.1991.  The above is a synopsis of the Permit and is not deemed to be  an interpretation thereof. Copies ol the above Permit are  available for inspection at the District of Sechelt Municipal Hall,  5545 Inlet Avenue. Sechelt, B.C., Monday Ihrough Friday, excepting statutory holidays, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., from  September 23.1991 to October 2, 1991.  Robert Sabine  Municipal Planner and Approving Officer  PLANNING SECRETARY/RESEARCH ASSISTANT  Reporting to the Municipal Planner, the Planning Secretary/Research Assistant is reponsible for the  clerical, research and public reception duties of the Department of Planning and Development. Duties include typing, filing, reception, answering enquiries, preparing agendas, taking and transcribing  minutes, preparing draft correspondence and reports, researching information, making approved revisions to the OCP, Zoning Bylaw and Subdivision & Development Control Bylaw, and maintaining the  Department filing system.  Qualifications and training include University/College undergraduate level writing, communication and  research skills, word processing knowledge and experience, and 60 wpm minimum typing speed.  Desirable assets include shorthand, basic drafting skills, an understanding of map scale, and previous  experience In a municipal government office.  Applications will be received up to and Including 4:00 p.m., Friday, October 4,1991 by Ihe following:  R.D, Sabine  Municipal Clerk/Planner  District of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129  5545 Inlet Avenue  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  SUNSHINE COAST ARENA  Fall & Winter  Schedule  PUBLIC SKATES  General Admission  Starts Oct. 4th  Friday 3:30 - 5:00 pm  Saturday        3:00 ��� 5:00 pm  Sunday 3:00 - 5:00 pm  PARENTS A  PRESCHOOLERS  Starts Oct. 3rd  Thursday        10:30-11:30 am  Friday 2:00-  3:30 pm  DROP-IN HOCKEY  $5.00 Per Session Thursdays  LOUNOE HOURS  Wednesday ��� Saturday 6:30 -1:00 am  COMMERCIAL LEAGUE GAMES  Wednesday - Friday 7:30 - 9:15 pm  Saturdays 7:00 -11:30 pm  1:30-2:30 pm  TEEN  SKATE  Starts Oct. 4th  Friday ���  5:00 ��� 5:45 pm  New This Year - SATURDAYS - ALLSTAR CONTACT HOCKEY  GENTLEMAN'S HOCKEY  Monday, Wednesday - Friday 9:30 -11:30 pm  Saturday 5:15 - 6:45 pm  Sunday 7:30-11.00 pm  Book Now for Birthday Parties, School Skates,  Late Night Parties - At Reduced Prices  SUNSHINE COAST ARENA  885-2955 or 885-3135  ������-.���_���_,---��� Coast News, September 23,1991  CLASSIFIED  CLASSIFICATIONS  1. Horn* t Property  a. Births  3. OMtuorias  4. In MMnorlim  5. Thank You  ���. Psrs_nsl  7. Announcement  I. Peraonal Service,  I. Weddings t  10. Lost  11. Found  12. Pels* Livestock  13. Music  14. Travel  15. Wanted  16. Free  IT. Qerege Seles  11. Barter 1 Trede  1*. For Sale  20. Heavy Equipment  21. Autos  22. Trucks  23. Campers  24. Marina  28. Mobile Homes  26. Motorcycles  27. Wanted to Renl  26. Bed 6 Breekleat  29. For Rent  30. Entertainment  31. Help Wanled  32. Business t Home Services  33. Work Wanted  34. Child Can  35. Bualnsss Opportunltlss  36. Legsl  DROP OFF YOUR  ���1 THE SUNSHINE-  oast  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883*2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885-9435  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrlt Street 885*3930  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885*9721  In Wilson Creek  WILSON CREEK CAMPGROUND 885*5937  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885*3400  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Behind Docktlda Pharmacy) 888-2822  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  There's always service with e smile when you  place your classifieds at BIJ Store, our Friendly  People Piece In Hallmoon Bay.  THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $  4  ONE WEEK  (Minimum)  ONE WEEK  (Of 10 wordf.  (Bi.lha, Lost (L  Found FREE)  7% GST  musl be  added lo ill  our prices  2S Mttts for e sen wMnioiw wora  Pay for 2 weeks...get the third week  (When paid by CASH, CHEQUE OR MONEY ORDER)  All Classified Aas Must Be  Pre-Paid Before Insertion  Visa and Mastercard Accepted  SUM SILL CLASSIFIEDS  $16 up to 10 words  $1 Moh additional word  Your Id, l-.turl-g 1 IHm, will run A consscutlvs wssks, then Kill <*  cine-Had unlets you Insliuct us lo lens* II by noon Ssturdiy.  Nol etAllAble tor cotnmotclet atUenlaeta.  CLASSIFIED  DEADLINE  Qibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  3:00 PM Fridays  GIBSONS 888*2822 8EC,H��J2_iE!  GIBSONS FAX886-7726 SECHELT FAX 886*3084  Available tor public use  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  CATALOGUE  5.86 Cowrie St . Box 1219  Sechell. B C VON 3A0  885-3.11 FAX 885-289.  Van Toll Free 684-8016  WATERFRONT  54' lol - 80 year lease. Keats  Island. Try your offer. 886-2694.  #24sr  Drive up Trail Ave., past the  arena & discover the new subdivision "Eagleview" on Fairview  oil Lookout. These view lots wilh  underground wiring are cleared  ready lor your dream home.  Signs on property. Priced trom  $25,000 up #21ss  MUSFSIELL  3 bdrm.. 3 balh. spectacular  view. Beautllul sunsets. Close lo  marinas, shopping, schools. Approx. 2500 sq. tt. 883-9418,  988-4310. #40sr  3 bdrm. home, almost new, 2  baths. 1400 sq. ft., plus large  garage workshop. Spacious corner lot with many trees. Asking  $145,000 1228 Fitcbett at  Veterans Rd. 886-8651.    #40sr  Gibsons. Gower Poinl choicest  waterlront. panoramic view, ft  acre, 581-2904 (Surrey).   #40sr  Service lot. $29,900 firm.  Chamberlin & Central Rd., Gibsons. 886-9049. #40sr  WANTED - Acreage with or  without house in Sechelt or Gibsons area. Wrile: D. Smart, Box  5545, Edmonton, Alta, T6C 4E9.  #40  Attractive, modern 2 bdrm. Rancher, near-new. prime location in  Sechelt. 105x71 partly-fenced  lot. Good crawlspace. Price ol  $126,500 includes 4 appl. To  view call owner, 885-3399.   #38  'h block to beach, ocean view, 3  bdrm, 2 4-pc balhs, FP, appliance included. Davis Bay.  $139,000.885-3572. #39  Beautilul 4-yr. old 2 bdrm. 2  balh. lower adull twnhse. near  Wlllowbrook, Langley. $139,900  or will Irade lor 3 bdrm. rancher  with ocean view. Gibsons or  vicinity. Call Jackie, 886-2018  days, or Dorothy. 1-534-5008.  #38  By owner, 3 bdrm. rancher on  1.6 acres, 1350 sq.ft. plus addition 800 sq.ft.. duck pond,  vegetable garden, horse shed,  zoning for nursery, light industrial, elc. 477 Pratt Rd. Asking $129,000. Call 886-2226.  #39  Shady Rest, Wilson Creek.  O.T.O. 885-4643 (Principles only). #38  Ideal starter or retirement home.  2 bdrms.. white vinyl siding,  .double glazed windows. 5 appl..  carpets, vertical blinds, curtains,  (large view lol with separate  'garage. Close to all amenities. No  .agents please. Asking $116,000.  Phone 886-7230 lor viewing.  #40  Gibsons: Rare view lol wilh all  'services. Centrally located.  $50,000.885-7618. #41  W  NHL SANDY  Call Ms r�� ��� Msikst .lalusllon  OITowProesrt.  Call Anyiime  R_S.HH_.Hlf_        VAN. TOLL  BUS.H__.HIU7    IRtLbHI.1044  Wesl Sechelt. 2.300 sq. ft.  home, close to schools. 2 storey,  3 bdrm., plus 1 down with kit-  chenet ollice. Ige. lamily rm..  laundry rm., 2_ baths, deck,  garage/opener. $138,000.  885-7618. #41  Cottage and 2 lots. Cash lor immediate sale, Wilson Ck. area,  holding hall acre with stream lor  quick sale. 8B5-2443. 138  WANTED  Rural acreage by organic farmer  will  consider  life  estate.  885-6108 or 680-4622.        M0  3 yr. old 3 bdrm rancher with 1 _  baths, lamily room in new subdivision near school. Plus - adjacent vacant lot, cleared & serviced. Not offered separately,  $162,000,886-3841. #38  Dr. Brian Sinclair and his wife  Lynne are pleased to announce  Ihe birth of Iheir son Nicholas  James Testemale Sinclair born  September9, 1991, weighings  pounds, 3 ounces. 138  Il's A Girl!  Kim (Alsager) and Mike Custance  are thrilled with Iheir new  daughler Mikayla Brie Dayelle.  Born August 25. 1991, weighing  8 pounds. 3 ounces. Proud  grandparents are Barbara and  Barrie Custance ol Gibsons, and  Betty and Dale Alsager, currently  of Kirksville. Mo. Love and  thanks to midwives Wendy and  Marlee lor making Mikayla's arrival a beautilul event. Special  thanks to Dr. Westlake.       #38  Steve and Diane Kaiiel are pleased to announce the birth ol Mitchell Patrick on September 13,  1991 at Grace Hospital. Sister  Aisha and brolher Rylan are very  pleased to have a new baby  brolher. Our thanks to the stall of  Grace Hospital lor his delivery  and St. Mary's Hospital, Sechell,  lor our pleasant stay. #38  Bjornson: Riley. Kristy and Stacy  are very happy lo annognce the  arrival ol their brother, Brady  John, born September 11, 1991  weighing in at 7 pounds, 7  ounces. Proud grandparents  John and Ruth B|ornson of Gibsons and Norman and Nancy  Brown ol Pender Harbour. Corn-en and Kerry would like to  thank Dr. Burlin. Arlene  Mulcasler and Auntie Tammy!  #38  McLean. Erika and Mark proudly  announce the birth ol their son  Matlhew on September 17,1991  weighing in at 8 pounds.  #38  ESKILDSEN: Svend Aage  Eskildsen of Hallmoon Bay on  September 13. 1991 at Sechelt,  BC, age 69 years. Survived by  his wile Solveig. 4 sons John,  Tom. Benny and Johnny. 12  grandchildren. Family Memorial  Service will be held Tuesday at 1  pm in Living Faith Lutheran  Church. Sechelt. BC. Pastor  Frank Schmitt officiating. Friends  so desiring may make donations  lo the Canadian Cancer Society.  Devlin Funeral Home. Gibsons in  charge ol arrangements.      #38  PRICE: Passed away suddenly at  his home In Langdale, William  John Price, age 50 years. Survived by 1 son. Norman: 2  daughters, Sandra and Barbara:  2 sisters, Mary and Peggy.  Funeral services and interment  will take place in Salmon Arm.  BC. Arrangements Ihrough Devlin  Funeral Home. #38  Davidson: Anne, September 22,  1984. September comes with  deep regrel. a monlh lhat we  shall never forget We hold our  tears when we speak your name,  bul the ache in our hearts remains Ihe same. We miss you  Anne, and always will. Vou left a  place no one can lilt. Ever  remembered and sadly missed by  Dad. Wayne. Terri. Sherri. Marly. Lynne. Bruce. Sara. Scott.  Leeanne and Judy. #38  Seven years have dwindled by.  many tears that I still cry.  I miss you sis, so very much.  Vour smile, laughter and very  gentle touch.  I love you,  your sisler Judy  #38  5.   Thank Yon  _o you need some inlormation to  deal with youi legal problem? Call  Jhe Legal Inlormition Seniles  .65-5881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coest Transition House lor conlidential 24 hr.  service. 885-2944. TFN  Single male age 45, looking lor  lemale companion between age  30-40.885-2873. #43  (SunshineCoast)  Microwave  Cooking Course  Starts Sept. 30  at Elphinstone  Phone 885-2991 to  register before Sept. 25  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  disfunctional lamilies please call  885-5281 or 886-3107 for help,  NC  LESLIE ELLETT  CREATIVE DANCE  Classes lor 4-12 yrs. old  Begin October 2 at  Kinsmen Hall. Dougal Park  886-8044 lo register  DANCE BRINGS JOV!  #38  Christmas is coming.' Gel your  Regal orders in now. Call  886-7206. #39  Feeling blocked? Want lo move  forward? A powerful technique  for self discovery _ self-  empowerment. For inlormation  phone Linda. 885-7199.       #39  ART SURVEYS  Have yoar art apprabe..  If you have house  Insurance, It does not  cover your paintings or  sculptures. Have H done.  Phone 886*7968  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  Christmas Cralt Fair, Dec. 7.  1991. Artlsts/Cratts People!! Entry lorms now available at Arts  Centre. 885-5412 or 886-8468  lor information. Entry deadline  Oct. 11. #39  Diaper service available Oct. 1  Take advantage ol introductory  iow prices. Call Patricia,  885-6443. SECHELT COIN  LAUNDRY 885-3393. #39  The Solli and Bogstie lamilies  would like to express their  sincere thanks lo Dr. Estey.  nurses at St. Mary's Hospital.  Iriends and neighbours, Pastor  Senium and the Living Faith  Lutheran Church ladies lor Iheir  caring support, cards. Ilowers  and food during Lauralee's illness  and bereavement. #38  Want to STOP SMOKING Classes  start Nov. 8 in Gibsons. For Inlormation call Jerry at 886 8053,  885-5574 #38  Gentle beautllul man seeks gentle  beauliful woman. Box 465. Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. #40  While male. 42, widower, 2  children, lives in large W/F home  with nanny/housekeeper. Financially secure, likes boating,  fishing, hunting, outdoors,  gardening, anliques, dry wine,  rich food, barbecuing. Laura  Ashley, L L Beans. Would like to  meet lady ol character who can  cope with privale Island,  beachcombers, castles and game  keepers, with marriage in mind,  c/o Box 363 Coast News, Box  460, Gibsons BC VON IVO,   #39  Shop early lor Xmas with AVON.  Call 886-3504. #40  Single? Need new Iriends or  social activilies? Try the Come  And Meet Each Olher (CAMEO)  Club. Phone Denise 886-3321 or  Nick 886-7054. #40  Experienced music leacher accepting students ol any age  -voice, piano, keyboard. For inlo:  885-5552. #40  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  envltonment  Friendly Points  In All  Colouta 01   ���  Cite Rainbow,  Including Qteen  af  ������ ft  ���i'l  A  Bus. 885*2923  Res 885-5058  Fall Sewing Classes  ���TaUorinf  ��� Linprit  ��� Widfstkttionof  QuiHinfClassts  ��� Christmas Tree  Skirls  ���Quillo and More...  Sects CA4if  Sunshine Coasl Navy League  needs boys & girls 10-13 Interested in boating seamanship,  nautical lun & discipline  Unilorm supplied Gibsons  Legion Hall, starting Wed . Sept  18/91.6 30 pm #39  TO EXT OR NOT TO EAT  Personalized, holistic weighl  management counselling: It's  about more than food. Call Dama  Matiation. Nutritionist &  Counsellor. 885*5188.        #39  ALCOHOLICS ANONVMOUS  885-2896. 886-3463.  TFN  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565. NC  Phone us today about our selection  of  beautilul  personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gilts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Anyone wishing lo donate items  for Kiwanis Village Care Home  garage sale Sat., Sept. 28 please  call Joanne or Deirdre at  886-9183. We can pick up.  #38  Fitness Instructors Course  (BCRPA Certification) begins Oct.  5. Register at Eagle Fitness,  North Rd., Gibsons belore Sept.  30. The Coast needs you. Fitness  instructors are in demand. For  more info call Doug at Eagle  Fitness 886-4606 or Roslyn  886-9407. #38  PAPER MAKING WORKSHOP  Baskets, Casting, Dyeing  SEPTEMBER 29  For Inlo:  886-2807 - 886-9143  #38  8.   Personal  Willing lo babysit lull lime in your  home. Mon -fri. call Darla at  885-2340. #39  Want to STOP SMOKING classes  starting Nov. 8 in Gibsons. For  information call Jerry at  886-8053,885-5574. #38  MUSHROOMS IN OIL  Send $5 with a SASE tc  Mushrooms. R.R. 1 Draper No.  36, Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0 lor our  canning recipe. #40  Dr. Terry Amiel is pleased to announce Dr. Jennifer Law has joined him in the Pender Harbour  Health Clinic. Dr. Law will be  practicing lamily medicine including obstetrics #40  "Leigh/Morgan Fashions''  now on Sunshine Coasl - quality  knits, wools and cotton sweaters,  elc. Call for catalogue or drop by  for coffee Open evenings. Call  Rosemarie 885-5821. #40  Horseshoe Bay monthly com  muter parking 2 blocks Irom  lerry. Conlact Joe Chlsnolm  1-922-8907 eves. #40  Aloette Cosmetics ��� Iree skin care  and beauty consultations, valued  at $35. Call Heather 886-0992  #38  | Ladles - do you need renewing.  | altering or an addition to your tall-  winter wardrobe? For a personal  fashion consultation call  886-4568 #39  Will clean your home. 885-2340  ask lor Darla. #39  No trespassing, slow 10 km sign  in Roberts Creek. 886-9095.  #38  Airdale or Welsh Terrier lemale,  black & Ian lound in Wilson Ck.  area. 885-7886. #38  2 beautilul black rabbits have appeared to live in my back yard  -tor a week (Hopkins Landing) to  claim call 886-3065 all. 5 pm.  #38  12. Pets &  Livestock  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS.  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX.  PURINA. WAYNE.  Also full line ol bird seed  And much more.  OusMy Farm 8 Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699   Highway   101,   Gibsons.  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  NC  Help reduce the pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pel. NC  Lhasa Apso puppies born Aug  12, ready lirst week Oct, $250.  885-3629 #38  Get into the rabbit business. 1  pair Angora rabbits. 8.0-7178.  #38  5 year old 3/4 quarter horse. 1/4  thoroughbred Palomino $1800.  885-0868. #40  CKC reg. Cairn Terriers.  8B6-3134. #40  ��� SPCA ADOPTION  Young shepherd X neutered  male. Young In-coloured  shepherd X. Cats and cute kittens. 885-3447. #38  Free Siamese - Cross kittens. 8  wks old. 886-3165. #38  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  iffr  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  PRIVATE GUITAR INSTRUCTION  Practical & Theory  ALL STYLES  Call Martin  886-7179  #40  Experienced music teacher accepting students ot any age.  Voice, piano, keyboard. Inlo:  885-5552. #40  One-way female (light ticket to  Whilehorse. Sept. 26. $170 obo.  886-4719. #39  Buying Bear Bottles 8 Bear Cans  We Wi Pick Up  80* doi.  886-0951.  #40  Small 8-10 ft. Dinghy, light  enough to carry, 886-3328.  886-8848. #38  Unsprayed apples to juice. I will  pick. 886-2673. #38  House & property on Sunshine  Coast, around $65,000. WHY..  P.O Box 98, Port Mellon. B.C  VON 2S0. #39  Tupperware - anyone knows  where' Pis. phone Sonja all. 1?  pm (collect) I-649-4050.      #39  Car pool, Thurs and Fri. to  Sechell. 9-5 Phone 886-9346  after 6pm #36  Secretarial Services (correspondence, resumes, mailings,  dlctalyping, word processor,  telephone anwering, etc.) Part or  lull lime help Is also available.  885-5552. #40  NEED  HELP?  ��� House Cleaning  ���Office Relief  ���Construction  Clean-up  We find the people  YOU get the job done.  886-3759  Old   dinghy   oi   boat   lor  playground 886-6026  #38  Small, lemale seal-point Siamese  cat. Secret Cove area. 883-2423.  #38  Lost ��� Bats Lane, garbage bag ol  clothes. Reward 886-2668.   #38  Upper Gibsons, lady's purse with  goll logo. Containing keys and  prescription sun glasses. Reward  ��� Gibsons Realty 886-2277.   #38  Library book left on Gower PI.  beach Sept. 15.886-2787.   #38  Sepl. 15, two floatation vests between Gibsons and Klein Lake  (Egmont). 886-7187. #38  From East Trail Island, 1990  10'-6" Zodiac (Series 1) w/9.9  HP Mercury OB. Reward.  596-2811 (collect). 141  Seeking playgroup lor 18 mo old  gm Oceanmount sub. Jane  886-9204 #40  Want lo buy. Irom owner, small  house or mobile on own lot, Rbts.  Ck. to Sechell to Redroolls area.  885-2959. #38  Top $$$ paid lor any military  items, firearms, badges, medals,  bayonets. 886-7591. #42  Free to good homes, adorable  baby bunnies. 885-3424.     #39  Free Iill. you haul. 886-9572.  #40  Sal., Sept. 28. l0-2pm. 717  Crucil Rd. Gibsons #38  Sept. 18, > to 12 Miy. 548  Sargent Rd . Gibsons #38  Sepl. 28, 10-2pm, 13255 Sunshine Coasl Hwy., Pender Harbour area. #38  Giant garage sale, rain or shine.  Kiwanis Care Home. Sat.. Sept.  28,9am ��� ? #38  Multi-lamily  Sat..   Sept.   28.  9-4pm 762 Hwy 101. Gibsons.  #38  Sun.. Sept 29. laige almost-  everything sale, early birds  welcome. 1526 Islandview Dr,  jWoodcreek Park #38  Sepl. 28-29 moving out sale,  house & lawn lurniture clothes,  toys, etc everything must go  2425 Milliner Rd. Rbts Ck  #38  Moving sale, make offers' Books,  unique items! 4807 Whitaker,  Davis Bay. Sepl. 28/29. 10-2,  rain or shine! #38  Multi-Family garage sale. Sat..  28th, 9 am. 1632 Grady Rd..  Langdale. #38  Sept. 28 & 29. household goods,  books, oil HW tank. 2-spd hand  wrench, 10' alum punt, construction supplies. 554 Marine  Dr., Gibsons. 886-3792. 10 am  #38  Saturday. 28th  805 Reed Rd  10 - 1 pm  #38  Five lamily garage sale. Sat.,  Sept. 28th ��� 10 am ��� 4 pm. (No  early birds) 7301 Redroolls. just  off Hwy. 101. #38  18. Barters Trade  Trade boal for land, have brand  new 24' Cuddy Sports Fisher 1.0.  275 HP beautiful 22' Marshall  Cape Cod cat boat in mint condition with new Yanmar diesel. appraised value ol bolh $55,000.  Looking to trade tor waterlront or  view, in area, oilers. Ivan/Debb.  (Surrey) 1-576-9349. #40  19. For Sale  'Pole lamp. $15: gold hlghback  chair. $25: drapes 84"x35'.  $100: adult bike (old). $10: large  gilt frame. $20: red upholstered  rocking chair. $30 866-9420.  #38  Tweed winged rocker, (great  shape). $50. 886-8558.     TFNs  Two hand fed peach laced love  .birds, with cage, $100.  886-3673. #38  Re-built lawnmower. new blade.  $95: oil lurnace changing to gas.  offers: 303 rifle, $90: 10-guage  shotgun, 32" double-barrel with  3V." magnum shells. $550.  Older German 12-guage shotgun.  $55. B&W tv. nice picture. $35:  prawn traps, $5/ea. 885-7738.  #38  Desk. $150: 3 ollice chairs.  $25/ea. Steel cabinet with doors.  $50.886-8018. #39  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  HAY M.OO/Bale  Whole Oats $5.00/50 lbs.  GARDEN MULCH HAY  $3.50/bsle  FRESH LOCAL  ORGANIC VEGETABLES  Phone 885-9357  #TFN  Cedir Shakes, any  size. Will  cuslom   cut    885-5669   oi  885-5601.  TFN  King size lour poster knotty pine  waterbed. $400 obo  186-8862.  TFNs  2 Airco Gas furnaces  gd cond.  $325/ea 885-6276  #38  Automatic paint roller  $50. poi-  table  washer,   almond.  $220  883-2498  #38  13x17'   alum   travel  $1000. 885-7791  trailer.  #38  NINTENDO-SEC..  tales-Ranters-Trades  NEW & USED  104 Teredo S<i ..Sechelt  Sola 8 chair, colonial dining table  & chairs, stove, dishwasher port,  coffee tables, twin beds 8 mattresses, rose draperies, sewing  machine, lamps & more.  883-9808. #39  Servel propane fridge, I.C.G.  tested. $400: electric frost-free  Iridge. $100.885-5466.      #39  --    ���*--  Wstssm  am  _HB 20.  Coast News, September 23,1991  19   For Sale  '  Be warm this winter  Buy a pellet stove  The Easy Stove  Pat at 886 7194  Complete piopane conversion lor  Ford. $900 Firm 886-8894. #39  Fall cleaning: single mattress,  queen size headboard, dresser &  mirrors, girls bike lor 5-6 yr. old.  hoys BMX bike lor 7-8 yr. old.  hockey skates, A/C welder 220  buzzbox w/cables 885-6365  #39  ?-hp and 6 hp oulboaids. bed  chest, gollcaddy. 885-3876 #39  Girt! 10-spd bike. $70. girls size  8 ice skates. $20 886-4690 #39  KNITTING YARNS  Just For You  Gibsons Landing  886-2470  #38  Furs. 1 coyote hide tanned. 1  black bear hide tanned: both lor  $300.886-3448. #38  Utility box trailer wilh jack, spare  lire, sell-dumping model. $600.  5x2 Vi' 885-3968 or 885-7626  #38  Att'n NUSKIN DISTRIBUTORS  -Nu skin care kit. never opened,  $180,885-2373. #38  ENTRY DOORS - ? only Cedar  6 panel 3x6x8 in . $l80/ea  limothy Clement Cabinet Maker  886 8218. days #39  Soldering iron, grinder, light box  glass & moie. $150 Firm  886-3468 #39  Sectional couch, brown, great lor  collage or home. $200 obo  Steve. 886-8881 #39  Solid brass bed Irame: enamal  wood cook slove, pony or goat  cart $150/ea. flatbed tor oversize Ford P/U 886-3287. lv.  msg #39  Ford Econoline engine and  transmission. $200 total.  88&-4660 #38  Dry suit, wilh gloves. Posiden.  $350 Phone 886-9346 alt. 5pm.  #38  Brand new 2101 Huskavarna,  used 2 wks. new bar and chain,  $750 885-5697. #38  Large school bus $4500 OBO.  gd cond.. luggage compartment  along bottom. 885-7699.  #40  Lge R.S.F. woodburning stove  w/lhermostat & tan 883-9056  #38  Ouality lashions straight Irom  manufacturers, over 200 pieces  per home showing. Have a home  party ol your own and receive  great benefits. For more into, call  885-2650 #38  Organ. $1200. TV aerial. $500:  poker (able. $50. lawn mowers  All obo 886-7067 #38  High chair, new: change table.  Fisher Price car seal, tweed sect  sola 885-2650 #38  IT'S A GIFT!  25'  Bndgedeck lamily cruiser.  218 Chrysler Volvo leg . $6500  Pager 979-8373.883-9733.   #38  BUYINQ  and selling  coins, gold,  sliver,  bank notes  ee-7005  Aifttfty Rabbins Ltvo  Listen. Learn, Act  N A.C. develop the attitudes you  need to be at your besl. as a prolessional. as a parent, as a partner Call now 885-9293       #39  Teak queen size bed, 5 drawer  men's  dresser,   new  cond..  $1400. no mattress. 886-3134.  #40  Electric lawnmower, Black 8  Decker, 120 v. like new, $100:  double bed, clean, $100:  recliner. $100 886-8590.  #38  Nice wood table and lour chairs.  $175. P86-7561. #40  3 pee. French Provincial Chester-  held suite, gd. cond.. $800 OBO.  886-7010 eves #38  Smilh/Coiona woid piocessor/  lypewriter under t yr  old wilh  supplies. $300 lirm 866-3058,  #40  Pentax 645/BO 160 zoom 120  Back & extras Mint condition.  886-4886 #33sr  Browning auto nlte 308 win cal  with 2 ~ Redlieid as new. $575  obo 886 7591 #40sr  Pentax SP1000 camera: lenses  Super Takumar 55 mm/1.8;  Soligor tele, auto 135mm/128;  Soligor 55mm/1.28 macro;  Bushnell auto, wide-angle  21mm/1 38; critical eye locus  lens; Soligor auto, tele-conv. 2X;  photo bag. $500 or trade,  886-9760. #39  BARK  MULCH  for landscaping,  gardening,  riding arenas, etc.  Trucking to be  paid by customer  Also available  CEDAR chips  Phone 886-70.3  (1 to 4 pm) _*  Must see. 22-pt. diamond in  beautilul 14-cl. wide solitaire  band. $450; 1 .-pt diamond  solitaire ring on 14-cl band, nice  setting Sacrilice tor $250.  886-3673. #39  Nintendo plus two games. $85;  cub size bed with exc mattress.  ideal lor toddler. $75 886-3540.  #40  Admiral 12 6 cu. It. Iridge, new  motor 1990, $350 OBO.  886-7192. #38  Attachments suitable lor llghl  tractor. Plough, cultivator,  grader, blade. 885-7664.  #38  3 drawer dresser, $30:7 drawer  mahogany sew. centre/with cutting board, spool holders, etc.,  $75 OBO; 6' artificial Christmas  Iree. very lull, gd. cond.. $50  OBO 886-7736. #40  "MUST SELL*"  Hoskins electric kiln lurnace,  $285; 8 drawer kardex (tile).  $135; elec. OB molor, $85; sink  - loilel bowl, $40. double  wrought iron gates. $175.  886-2703. #40  Matching Speed Queen W/D,  heavy duty stainless steel tubs,  $475.885-7203. #40  Move-in excess lurniture sale - all  as new Sola and chair. $350;  lounge chair, $150, loveseal.  $250; contour chair. $500, one  .el dark brown sheers w/cornelli  hems. 14x83". $75; 40' extension laodei, $100; Iwo slereo  speakers. $150 886-9189  #38  Musl sacrilice 25 piece sterling  llalwear Birks 'Old English''  "Fiddle" never used since professionally cleaned Initial "H"  on each Value $2800. sale price  $2000 lirm 886-7355 or  885-2079 eves. #40  Sportsman Iruck canopy. $250  OBO. 886-2200 #40  ..-speed Raleigh bike, exc.  cond, all accessories. $50.  886-3949. #39  1950 Dodge .van; high-lire kiln;  hi-fi console; kidney shaped  glass topped collee table.  886-8358. #38  King size oak head board, $70;  twin white wicker head board,  $20; quality 3-shelf unit, $65;  Pathfinder zoom scope, 15x-60x,  S260.885-4164. #39  Mahogany Duncan Fyfe drop-leal  table, buffet & 4 chairs, $800  obo. 886-3949 aft. 4ptn.     #39  12-spd Apollo men's bike, top  shape, $75 obo. 885-7977. eves.  #39  Seclional sofa. $100. Single box  spring/mattress. $50 clean,  good cond. 886-3526.        #39  Snapper rider mower, gd. cond .  11 HP. elec. start. 28" mower,  $1300. B85-2704. #40.  Commadore 64 Cdmputer, colour  monitor, 1541 disk drive.  Seikosha SPIOOO printer, approx 300 disks. 2 joysticks, all  manuals. $350. Days 886-9663.  eves. 885-7302. #38  Mountain bike, $350; beginner's  weight set wilh bench, $80.  886-3270. #38  Schrader fireplace insert. $350;  complete oil furnace _ tank, gd  working cond , $200. 885-2887.  #38  Industrial vacuum, also suitable  lor home, $60: contemporary  seclional sola, neutral ivory and  peach, $300. 885-5307.      #38  Avocado Weslinghouse Iridge,  $250;   white   McClary stove,  $250;   dryer.   $100 OBO.  886-4738. #40  Kilchen   cupboards.  $150,886-3123.  #38  Sklar chesterfield and armchair,  beige wilh oak surround, almost  new. $950. 886-2163.        #40  Viking ill coppertone. sell-  clean stove. $359; Gurney  Chatelet 30" HG stove. $389.  Gurney Chatelet 30". HG stove.  $389. Kitchen aid Superba built-  in dishwasher, top ol the line.  $379. Weslinghouse 16 cu. It.  2-dr. FF very nice. $439; 30"  Speed Queen Chatelet 30" almond stove, $429; Gibson almond 16 cu. It. FF. $479; GE almond. 14 cu. II. 2-dr FF, $439;  Viking While. 15 cu. It. 2-dr FF.  $459; Gibsons avacado 14 cu. ft.  2-dr FF. $389; Maytag washer &  dryer, beautilul shape. $589/set;  and more, all reconditioned.  Guaranteed tor 90 days to 2 yrs.  Corner cupboard, 885-4434 or  885-7897. #40  Will buy non-working major appliances. 885-7897. #40  TROPICAL  FISH  ��� All Types ���  - fancy -  Large Angels  Breeding Pairs  Ladies' Goll Clubs  886-9890  #38  20. Heavy  Equipment  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  We'll Beat Any  Competitor's Rates  TFN  For sale or trade, 1973 450B  John Deere track loader, $5500.  886-4679. ��� #39  For sale or renl. school bus. One  converted bus RV. sell $7000  OBO. Renl $350 per mo.  885-7699. #40  Moving Sale: table, chairs,  shower, wood stove, dishes,  pets, lamps. 886-8778.       #40  Apt size Iridge. white. $575;  elec. stove, dishwasher, yellow  $150 ea.; china cabinet. $35; 2  ladies 10-speeds, 18" & 16",  $35 ea. 885-5107 att. 5pm.  #40  Harvest gold Moffat portable  dishwasher, gd. working order,  $125 OBO. 885-7604. #38  Wood burning fireplace c/w 7"  stove pipe/grate, yellow bowl.  $75, maple kitchen cabinets. 4  pees $250 885-9398.        #40  5 HP Sears ride-on lawnmower,  gd cond. 885-5766. #40  With or Without  Operator  0Uf  Se__btn_  RENTALS LTD  886-8'  FRESH PRAWNS  To Order 886-9032  F.l|INI_1F,i.r*TTHII.S.OH  iNousmtY, ooNfnuucnoN,  HOME <��� FARM  HWY till.IJIIISIINS  MONDAY TO SATURDAY, 8 6  #40  Woman's mountain bike, gd.  cond. 885-7176. #40  Double doors, solid core with  windows. 34" wide. $300 (new  $600)885-4164. #38  Float pontoons, aluminum, $75;  ski rack, Honda Prelude Id 1982,  $25.885-4164. #38  Whirlpool Iridge, 16 cu. ft., 2 yrs.  old; zero clearance woodburning,  FP; all like new. double Iront entrance door, back entrance door,  mahogany bi-fold closet doors,  mahogany interior doors;  firewood, split, well seasoned.  Call 686-2728. #39  IBM compatible 286-AT computer, 40 mb. hard disc, monitor,  101 keyboard, Roland printer,  WP 5.0 and Bedford, $850.  886-8044. #39  Chandelier $115; Capiz shell,  $25; white cane, $23; swag  lamps, butcherblock table, $28,  hammered aluminum dishes.'  885-4164. #38  '81 Ford Fairmont station wagon,  very reliable, exc. cond., $2200  OBO. 885-5458. #40'  1970 Muslang Grande P/S, P/B.  A/T, reconditioned motor, approx. 12,000 ml. $1500 OBO.  886-8706. #40  Estate Sale: '84 Pontiac Acadian  H/B. perfect running order,  automatic, $1900 obo.  886-7769. #40  1981 Buick Century LTD, 96,000  kms., all power, truly beautiful  car, $3500 OBO. 885-5410.  #41  "Low Cost Autos"  We have many  pre-owned car*  in flock now!  Fn>mtl99andup.  (jt.BB5-4004i.-j  CASH PMO  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Pens  ind TnHny  888*2100  TFN  70 Dodge Dart slanl 6. Runs  well, parts avail., $600 OBO  Phone 885-7284, TFNs  1976 Volare Wagon, slant 6,  reliable, low mileage. Asking  $600 886-3841. #40sr-  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 OBO  883-9234 #27ss  Estate sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape. Offers.  886-3306 #40sr  1983 Dodge Aries. $700; 1980  Lincoln Versailles, $4500.  886-2826 #38  US GOVERNMENT SEIZED  Vehicles Irom $100. Fords,  Mercedes. Chevys, Corvettes,  Surplus. Buyers Guide. (805)  962-8000. Ext. CS-308.       #39  77 Datsun 710,4-dr, Besl Offer,  886-3090 #38  1985 Ford Escort, 4-dr. 5-spd,  exc. cond. 886-3789.       #41sr  '81 Honda Accord, 5-spd Hatchback, reliable, some rust,  $1200.885-5466. #39ss  '88 Mustang. 5 litre H/B. only  40,000 km. Call Dave, 886-8825.  #38  74 Pinto Wagon, sunrool, gd  running order, $395. 886-4584.  #38  1977 T-BIRD in very good condition, loaded, only 48.000 miles!  Leather upholstery, like new.  very little winter usage, so no  underbody rusl; good rubber all  around, includes pair extra  wheels w/near new winter lires.  Has to be seen. Call Oscar.  886-2104. #39  Family car. 1984 Dodge Aries  'K', immac. cond.. only 56,000  mi. $3250 obo. 886-8836.    #39  1972 Mercury Marquis, .runs  good. 4 new lires. $400.  883-2881. #39  1980 Camaro 305 aulo., T. Tops  Rally rims. $2600. 885-7113.  #40ss  1979 Pontiac Grand Lemans station  wagon,  runs very well.  Special price $1500. 886-2575.  #39  '82 Datsun s/w, sunroof, tape  deck. $1000 firm. 888-4720.  886-7570 eves. #40  78 Datsun 510-4 dr.. s/w, sld.  shih. gd. cond.. tires gd.. $900  060.885-2157. #38  Painting cars at low prices. Phone  alt. 6 pm. 886-8309. #40  1976 Camaro, type Ll  350.  rebuill Iranny,  end. $1950.885-5697.  . rebuilt  posi-rear  #38  1984 Volvo GL Turbo 5 sp., p/w,  p/lock, p/ant.. sunrool, exc.  cond., $7200 OBO. 886-7653.  #40  1988 Toyota Camry s/w, metallic  silver. 5 sp.. power sunrool,  p/w, cruise, AM/FM cassette,  immac. cond.. snow tires, sheepskin covers, $15,200 OBO.  885-7132. #40  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seats, needs work,  parts. 8C5-2207 #40sr  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor the  sel, with covers, 886-9500  anytime. #40sr  Black '90 Mustang 5.0 LX. 10  mos. old. lowered, tinted, 3.55  rear end. Extended warranty  available. Value. $15,000 or  Irade up/down lor Toyola 4 Runner or equivalent. 886-2694  K5M  1982 Toyola Tercel, exc. cond.,  $2900 obo. 886-7738 or  886-2833. #40sr  1972 Ford LTD, 2 owners, exc.  cond,$1500 886-8866   #34sr  1975 Olds Cutlass Supreme,  $600 obo 886-8862 TFNs  1978 Ponliac LeMans, gd running order. $500 886-3963  #40sr  1979 Chevy Chevrolet. 92,000  kms. runs well. $600 obo.  883-9359 #39  1973 Mach I Mustang, running,  needs work, $1200. 886-6894.  #39  1987 Aerostar XLT fully loaded,  new tires, exc. cond. $13,500.  885-6365. #39  1981 Bronco 4x4. 4-spd. good  cond, $3500.885-4818.     #39  1985 Jeep Grand Wagoneer  4WD, V8, auto., loaded, exc.  cond, $11,300.885-7490.   #39  1987 Suzuki Forsa GL 2-dr HB,  86,000 km, blue, auto., exc.  ,-ond., $4200. Phone 886-2398.   #39  1988 black Chevy Cavalier, exc.  cond., 5-spd standard, 2-dr, air  cond., cruise, lilt steering,  AM/FM cassette stereo, $7500  obo. 886-4523. #39  '88 Bronco XLT 302. 5-spd, low  miles. 4x4. $14,500. 883-9362.  #38  77 Jimmy 4x4, gd. running  cond.. $2500.886-3921.     #38  GOV'T CERTIFIED  HIAB ON PROPANE  1973 GMC 6500 cabover HIAB  550 w/extras. 18' steel deck.  366 V8. 5-spd. fresh Inspection.  $5800 886-7227. TFN  '67 Int'l Scout 4x4 2-dr. 4-cyl.  3-spd   manual,   removable  HI.$2000 obo Bill. 886-3938.  #38  1965 CJ5 4 cyl. 3-sp manual,  solt & bikini lops, two sets ol  tires. $3000 obo. 886-9127.  #4088  1969 GMC .Hon. $575 obo.  886-2984. #39  1976 Ford 150 P/U stepside 390  4-spd. new rubber, $1000.  886-4690 alt. 5 pm. #40ss  1984 Nissan King-Kab 4x4;  canopy, stereo. 886-8476.   #39  Sechelt Pickup  Track Recydefs  ��� We SELL used &  rebuilt Parts  ���We pay CASH for  running or non-  running Pickups  DAVE or JIM  885 5952 or 885 7986  1988 F150 Super Cab 4x4, 300  cu. in.. 5-spd, 82,000 km,  $13,000. 886-4577 days;  886-3575 eves. #39  Musl sell! The perfect heavy duty  vehicle. '83 4X4 Suburban, slan.  trans., exc. cond., no rust,  awesome slereo. $7250 OBO.  1-921-6217. #40  1985 Chev .. ton 4X4 pickup,  350 aulo.. power steering, P.B.,  AM/FM cass. stereo system.  $5900.885-7054. #40  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van,  parts only 885-2207.        #40sr  1986 Ford F250 S/C 6 cyl., 4  spd., limited slip, good cond.,  $8500.885-5444. #28s  1962 Chev. Vi ton pickup. Runs  okay, $600.885-7029.     #40sr  1990 F150 4x4 supercab, short  box, XLT, 17,000 kms., Lariat,  fully loaded & extras, $20,500.  886-3767. #40sr  1978 Ford F250 super cab. 4x4,  wilh 10 It. security camper.  885-3374. #34ss  1976 Ford crewcab, Canfor  yellow. $2200. 886-4535.    TFN  '86 Ford ���/.-ton, F.150, 302,  Auto. 34,000 km, radio/tape.  Exc. cond. 885-5740. #38  1987 Ford Ranger S Model,  67,000 kms, V-8 auto, dual fuel  propane/gas. Complete w/box-  liner, canopy, running boards,  AM/FM cass., $7000 with propane or $6500 without propane;  2 Michelin P215/70R15 all  season Radials. mounted on Ford  rims. $150.886-8633.        #40  1988 Ford Ranger XLT 4X4, load-  ed, 40,000 km, lady driven, mint  cond.. new rims 8 rubber. Blue  interior 8 exterior, $12,500.  886-7851 eves. Mlchele.     #38  1978 Datsun PU, rusty, needs  work. gd. canopy, brand new  radio. $450 086-8714.       #38  1979 international tandem truck,  double axel, 23' flat deck, diesel,  very reliable, $9800 obo.  886-8233 or 886-8201.       #38  1980 Dodge van, 6-cyl., auto.,  Insulated 8 shelved, good cond.,  $1200 885-7042 #40  '87 Deluxe 24' Molorhome, exc.  cond, 886-8481. #40sr  1975 Dodge Maxi-Van, 3-way  fridge, stove, furnace, toilet,  sink, 87300.886-3306.    #40sr  13'Seamper trailer, clean, gd.  cond., $2500.886-3222. #31ss  1977 Dodge camperized maxl  van. Raised roof, Iridge, stove,  lurnace, propane powered, very  clean & economical, (4500 firm.  886-2182. #39w  Light English trailer, 2-way F/S,  sleeps 4. $2500- 8-6-8510.  #39sr  13 ft. Be*, steeps 4, exc. cond.,  $2195.886-8487. frVH  75 Chevy 10 Van, full head  room, 6-cyl. auto, new radial  tires, 2-way fridge, stove,  3-burner gas furnace, new porta-  pottl In sect. room. $1,695.  883-9979. #38  76 12-tt Vanguard camper, exc.  cond.. Iridge, slove. H/W heater,  lurnace, flush loilel, $3900 obo.  886-9768. #38  13x7' alum, travel trailer,  $1000.885-7791. #39  1981 camperized van, 19-11..  350 engine, lull bath & dump  tanks, Iridge, stove, healer, converter, sinks, Michelin tires, exc.  shape. $11,500,886-2155. #39  1991 Taurus travel trailer, 26',  $17,500 firm. 885-2727      #41  24 It. 'Holiday' travel trailer. 16  fl. awning, radials, forced ar  lurn., shower/tub, sleeps 6, 30  lb. propane tanks, ban. charger,  $7950. Eves. 885-4143.      #40  Ford Getaway van. '89 loaded,  dealer. Value $26,000. offers  885-3591. #41  30 ft. 5th Wheel trailer, lull balh.  A/C hitch. $6900. 885-5890.  #40  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition. Lowes Resorl.  883-2456. TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local pro-  potior repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  E-Z-Loadar Trailers Sales and  Service. Trades welcome.  883-1119. TFN  W.G. Sutherland Sales and Ser-  vtc*. Mariner Force Chrysler and  Mercruiser & Yanmar 883-1119.  TFN  16' Work/Pleasure/Heavy duly  construction, Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, towpost, heater, view  Smitty's Marina, $3200 (olfers).  886-2567. #28ss  22' Sangster. 302, V8,888 Merc  leg. motor rebuilt, new manifolds,  hard lop, trailer, extras $6500  886-8443. #22ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout.  Very fast and in top condition,  surveyed value $8500. Oilers &  trades considered. 886-2738.  #40sr  F/G boat, trailer. 6 HP, 0/B, gas  tank. Complete, $600.  885-2965. #38sr  22 loot Sangster twin Volvo legs,  lots ol exlras, $3900 OBO.  686-9741. #40sr  Highliner trailer, like new. 1000  Kg, 14" lires, $1700 OBO.  886-3001. #40sr  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond.,  $3800.885-9333. #40sr  Century 27' libreglass w/233  mere, cruiser, compl. w/deplh  finder, rods, downriggers,  jackets, trailer; $18,000.  886-3140. #38  Two 318 Chrysler Marine Motors,  compl., extra parts. 883-9362.  SUNSHINE KAYAKING oilers ils  Annual Fall 1991 Fleet & Equipment Sale. Fibreglass singles &  doubles 25% off List. 886-9760.  #38  SECHELT MMM  sum rs ltd.  -.plan 1111 Mum.  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S  M.A.B.Y.C.   'Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  mmmmWL  M.V. Blacklist!, 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck, Coast  Guard Inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dec/91,  featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkg., new LMS, 200 w/  Loran C, new lenders & brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swlmgrld, new handrails, flush  mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, 120 hrs. and  much more, $10,500.885-7977.  #38sr  Rubber rati: Avon - Rover R3-40,  max. 15 HP, ft price. $2200.  885-2306. #28ss  12-ft.    aluminum    boal,  'Prlncecralt'. $800. 886-2331.  #39  24' sailboat for parts or repair;  fully equipped sloop, 5 sails,  head, anchor, llie jackets, 8-hp  Honda ob (like new); together,  $1450, mlr. alone, $800.  886-8017, lv. msg. TFN  I pay cash lor boats, 19-24 ft.,  1980 tup. 885*4031. #39  24' Bayliner cruiser, sleeps 6,  extras. 883-2661. #40  NEW MOTOR  OVERSTOCK  YEAR-END SALE!!  M#rcury -100 HP  0 $4400  Mercury ��� 901 HP  ��� 94000  Mwcury - 75 E HP  ��� 93600  8MITTV8  MARINA LTD.  886-7711  8'   cartop   dinghy,   $150.  886-9890. #40  22' fibreglass boat, repowered,  rebuilt, $6500.885-4818.    #38  Mobile Homos  MOBILE HOME SERVICES  Repairs  ���   Relevel  Skirting & Additions  886-9172  #39  IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  Four Display Homes  Starting at $49,900  Wilh as Low as 5% Down  Map Assistance OAC  CONTACT  Sylvia McLean 886-2597  or 1-800-663-3637  TFN  SUPER BUY!  Only $19,900  Bright, very clean 2 bdrm. mobile  comes with garden shed and extra storage room. Some vendor  linancing avail. Located in  S.C.M.H. Park. 886-9826.   #39  14'x70' mobile home. Iront  bdrm. with ensulte. Centre living  room and kitchen, 2 other bdrms.  plus large bathroom. Set up in  Mobile Home Park or can be moved. $29,000.886-9581.      #38  BV OWNER  12x68 Mobile Home  For Inquiries Call  886-3039 - 886-7306  #40  14x68, slove. Iridge,  washer/dryer, dishwasher, air  cond.. new rugs, $26,000. Must  be moved. 886-7013.       #40sr  Deluxe  Modular Home  Set-up in new park  Ready for immediate occupancy  Must be seen to be appreciated  Trades welcome  collect 597-3322  1-800-663-3637  TFN  26. Motorcycles  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond.. garage kept. $8000.  886-9595. #40sr  NOW PRELEASINO  10.000 Sq. Ft.  Commercial/Retail Space  I Storey landing.  Best location in Sechelt  on Wharf beside Stedmans  With ample parking.  Plans available for viewing at  JNDERSON  MLTY LTD  Oka  ms-K-t  Mark Hadley  sas4eu  AFFORDABLE  Small 2 bdrm ground level suite  in duplex. Private entrance,  shared bathroom. Off Pratt Rd,  Gibsons. Suitable lo clean, quiet,  resp. person. Avail. Oct. 31,  $375 Incl. utll. 886-2691 or  886-3129 #40  Clean and cozy mobile, gd. view,  Hallmoon Bay. 885-5766.    #40  Modern lurnished 1 bdrm. home,  elec. heating, 5 appl.. colour TV,  cable. Secluded Redroolls. Halt-  moon Bay. suil couple or single.  N/S, no pets, special terms tp  mature lease. Avail. Nov. 1 -April  30.1992 885-9398. #40  Private 1 bdrm. cottage for renl.  $550.886-4567. #40  Gibsons, avail. Oct. 1, one bdrm.  suite, new bldg.. $600/mo. includes utils.. W/D 298-5215.  #39  1 bdrm. unfurnished suite, $325  plus hydro. 883-2661.        #40  Large bright sunny Ireshly  painted 2 bdrm. suite in a nicely  landscaped home, quiet residential area upper Gibsons,  $625/mo. plus utils. Avail, immed., no pets, bring your cheque  book lo an open house Sept. 26  Irom 5-7:30 pm, 779 Creekside.  Do NOT disturb upstairs.  #38  Small 3 bdrm. house, lower Gibsons, $650/mo. plus utils.  886-0966. #40  1980 400 Enduro Yamaha, needs  some work. $500.886-3448. #38  Montasa 250, on-road/oll-road,  exc. shape. $1200. 886-7655 or  220-9564. #40ss  1986 Yamaha XT600, exc. cond.,  $2500.885-5564. #40ss  1986 Harley Davidson Sotlail.  7900 1111, mint cond., $12,000.  886-3575. #39  Motorcycle battery, 6 volts, brand  new, $40. Dan 885-4503.    #40  In Slock at  ENMAC  ciiclc  Oil Filters, Batteries, Tires,  Riding Gear, elc.  Phone Jav at 886*2031  K  27. Wanled to Rent  Prolessional couple wanting lo  rent 2-3 bdrm. home, Sechelt lo  Gibsons, long lerm renl starting  Jan. 1/92. N/S. no pels. Call  collect to 632-6052. #40  Professional woman, 2 cats,  seeks small house, suile, Sechelt  area. 886-8646 eves. #40  29. For Rent  Cozy cottage, Port Mellon Hwy,  lurn. or not, $500/mon.  886-3816. #38  Heated workshop with power,  $200.886-3673. #38  3 bdrm furnished waterfront cottage, oil & wood heat, adults  prelerred. No pets. Oct 1 - June  30, $595 incl. cable, 886-9320  or 438-3843. #40  Roommate wanted lo share  beautiful waterlront house,  reasonable rent. 886-7730.  #40  Furnished 2 bdrm just east ol  Granlhams,   Irom  Oct.   1st,  $650/mon. 8867829 aft. 6 pm.  #38  Shared accommodation, roommate to share beautilul large  home near marina, W/D,  $325/mo. 886-3673, #38  \   ROOMS  ���^^L^_        By ilny  f Reasonable rales  HAi*ff Free Morning  ) Coffee  t���dt 886-2419  I.l���t.lf"M6'7,0��  8,'t.. Hwv 1(11. Gibsons  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  Gibsons: 1 bdrm, bright, quiet,  $450 plus; 2 bdrm, bright, quiet,  $550 plus. Arthur 885-9859. #40  One bdrm apartment. Lower Gibsons,    view,    $500/mon.  886-7630 aft. 3 pm. Avail. Oct.1  #38  Halfmoon Bay. 1 bdrm cottage,  $450; also large artist studio  -workshop or small business, C3  zoned, 30'x30'x16'. $325. Renl  one or both - reduced rent lor  maintenance & renovations  876-5794between5-8pm. #40  Gibsons: 3 bdrm, 2 baths, bright  grnd Iloor near marina, $800  plus; bachelor, mountain/marina  view, $400 plus, Arthur  885-9859. #40  Garden Bay lower split level suile  avail. Oct 1/91. Modern with all  amenities & close to store, post  oflice. etc. $450/mon. 734-4561  or 734-9779. #40  Very nice 2 bdrm house In Lower  Gibsons, lovely view, $700.  879-3775. #38  PROFESSIONAL MINI ST0RA8E  New Building  886-8628  #40  Bright oflice workshop space,  1500 sq. It., upper Iloor. Phone  886-2231. #39  Davit lay, WHson Creek Nil  IVIrtfblf. wMMCnlif ticWHil.  888-2782,885-8883 #45  ROOMS  $105 par mafc  pluilax  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  886-2804  New 3 bdrm. house lull basement, no pels, close to school  and shopping. No calls alter  9pm. 886-9250. #40  Bright, clean modern 2 bdrm.  waterfront cottage, Sandy Hook.  Fully furn. 4 appl., elec. heat,  FP, decks, N/S, no pets.  Oct.-May, $750, rels. req. Call  1-420-3765 aft. 6pm. #39  1425 sq. tt. 2 bdrm. townhouse,  4 appls., covered sundeck, carport, basement. 886-4680.  TFN  Bonniebrook,  1  bdrm. mobile  dote lo beech Includes cable,  $460.886-8885, call alter Tues.  138  Spacious 3 bdrm. house excl.  view, close to ferry, $800/mo.  Call 886-2214 aft. Spm or  255-7305. Avail. Oct. #39  Near new spacious 2 bdrm.  townhouse wilh view, upper Gibsons, 1'A bath, 4 appl. over 1500  sq. It., $885/1110. Call 886-3313  or 531-0690 collect. #38  Gibsons, lrg. 1 bdrm. apl., newly  decorated, quiet suburb near  shopping mall, $525/mo.  886*0956 or 883-1142 on  weekends. #40  Immac. 2 bdrm. townhouse, like  new, close to everything. Avail.  Oct. 15. 6 appl., $780  731*2920. 140  bfi����  ���_M_M.il  '    -- --  _M_ai_MMH__i Coast News, September 23,1991  21.  Beautiful 2 bdrm. condo, cenlral  Gibsons, large wraparound deck,  view, new Iridge. slove, D/w]  avail, immed.. $775. Phone  685-1744 or 886-3050.       #40  Reduced rent in exchange tor  light carelaking duties. Tri-plex  15 min. Irom lerry. Large 3  bdrm. apartment, laundry  facilities avail, children  welcome. No "pets. Rent  $500/mo.. avail. Oct. 1.  886-70O6or 1-467-4260.     #40  Newly built house, wooded sub-  div.. YMCA Road. $1100/1110  1-873-5970 #39  2 bdrm twnhse.. relurbished.  ready for Sepl. 15, $680; 3 bdrm  duplex, neal & nice. $850. Call  Jim Munro. 886-2277        #39  GIBSONS  Oct. 1. Seaview Plaza  Spacious 1 bedroom. $500  Self-contained  Private Entrance  Utilities Extra  For Viewing Call  886-7018  #39  Clean 2 bdrm. duplex avail, immed., close to water, shops and  school. $750/mo Bill 886-2277  or Sam 581-8078. #39  Modern 2 bdrm. house on waterlront near Secret Cove, suitable  lor couple, N/S, no pets,  $600/mo. 883-2423. #40  Pleasant 2 bdrm. w/yard near  marina, $550.886-7400.     #38  Gibsons, newly painted and  carpeted 1 bdrm. gorgeous view,  avail, immed.. lease $395.  886-4676 or 1-255-2044      #38  [\rs  \i \\ .<;r\n vi  sir. i<r,s  * Residential  * Commercial  * Industrial  We will    Screen potential renters  Do moving-in inspection  Arrange for maintenance  & repairs  Collect the rent 8 damage  deposit  Disburse rent monies to  owner  Do moving-oul inspection  FOR LEASE:  Approximately 800 to  1300 sq. ft. lit fabulous  office spare in lower  Gibsons area. Landlord may provide some  leasehold improvements.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATIONI  Fabulous retail space  immediately adjacent to  Galiano Markei, Sechelt  (Bernadelte's Galleries)  Perfect location lor your  retail business.  Possibly some good  residential rentals  coming up Sepl. or Oct.  Avoid ell the haaslee  ���nd problems end lor  |ust 1 pittance,  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Shared accom. in Roberls Crk. 1  bdrm w/own balh, $400/mo,  avail, immed. 886-9372.     #39  2 bdrm trailer, 19 Harry Rd.  $500/mo. 886-8500. #39  2 bdrm ground level. 900 sq.ft.  garden, upper Gibsons,  $600/mo. Avail. Immed.  886-2226. #39  Gambier Island cabin; 1 bdrm  plus roomy toft, view, winterized.  10 min. Irom Langdale via  Dogwood lerry. $425. 886-8098.   #40  WINTER WITH IM  From October 1st  Limited Number ot Fully  Equipped Bachelor Suites  Kitchenetle, Microwave Ovens  Cable TV. Very competitive Rate.  886-3343.   #39  Bright, spacious 1 bdrm suite,  lower Gibsons, ground level, priv.  entrance. $450/mo. incl. utll.  Avail Oct 1.886-3573.      #39  Small home in Roberts Crk,  $650/mo Avail Ocl. 1. Pis. call  886-9339 all 6 pm. #39  N/S. N/D prol. woman wants  lemale to share home. Write Box  2708. Sechell, BC VON 3A0. #39  Lrg. upper duplex. 3 bdrm, 5 ap-  pli, view. $800 plus share util.  886-8862. #39  2 bdrm main Iloor. W/D, Marine  Or, $750 incl hydro. 886-2260.  #38  1 bdrm. view suite, lower Gibsons. 886-2565 aft. 6 pm.    #39  Room lor rent, lower Gibsons,  harbour view, W/D, $350 avail,  now. 886-7955. #39  Wonderful view, 3 bdrm condo In  Ihe heart ol lower Gibsons, Oct.  1. Call all. 5 pm, 886-4724. #39  3 bdrm house on 5 acres, 5 appl,  lease Im Nov. 1, $725.  1-266-1501. #39  Langdale: 3 plus bdrm. house,  exc. view, walk to lerry.  886-4654 alt. y pm. #38  2 bdrm mobile, new carpet,  wallpaper 8 paint, no dogs.  $450,886-9581. #38  31. Help W;int, d  PENDER HARBOUR  QOLF COURSE  Requires labourers for landscape  related duties Must be healthy,  have own transportation and  presently be collecting UIC. Call  CraigMoore 883-9577.       #38  Looking lor person with own  vehicle lor newspaper distribution  Sechelt, Gibsons area.  1-800-663-0646 leave message  lor Doug Young. #38  "The Sunshine is  Brighter than  Ever"  Now Under New  HMngrmrni  Mean Ma* far Mel  C-.-_-__��_, Ca-r-je-a  *C*mmmmmtrr*  ataammam*  nmmsmaajmmnaa  MtetanMaeCeeet  _�����_.. i_nifc..iei  Semi-retired wilh lime lo spare? I  need your help and skills around  my home and garden. This is a  permanent part time position.  Phone 886-3511 between Sam  and 9am only please. TFN  Gramma's now hiring waitress/  waller stall. Apply in person. #38  Counter person 16 hrs/wk.. no  students 885-2278. #39  VOLUNTEER  Recycling Depot In Gibsons needs  assistants to help between 1281  pm weekdays.  Tutors needed lor 'English as a  second language' program.  Training and support Is provided.  Graphic artist needed to help a  non-prolit group with their bimonthly newsletter.  A local teen-parent education program needs committed volunteers  to assist and support participants.  FOR THESE AND MORE OPPORTUNITIES. PLEASE CONTACT  THE VOLUNTEER ACTION CENTRE 885-5881.  A service funded by the Ministry  ol Social Services and Housing.  #38  PLUMINN  RENOVATIONS - REPAIRS  HOT WATER TANKS  LICENCED  24-HR SERVICE  886-3463  #38  Windows, repairs, renovations;  high quality work. 886-3411. #38  Secretarial Services (Correspondence, resumes, mailings,  dictatyplng, word processor,  telephone answering, etc.) pan  or lull time help Is also available.  885-5552. #40  Roofing - Remodelling  Room Additions - Repairs  886-8585  #39  Experienced seamstress dees  alterations, repairs, dressmaking. 885-7537. #38  Drywall, tape, texture, painl,  guaranleed workmanship,  reliable. 885-8866. #38  Roberts  Creek   Hall  avail.,  dances,  parties,  weddings.  Yvonne 886-7815. TFN  STOMoF  Heated, pallatized, gov't approved. Len Wray's Transler Lid.  886-2664. TFN  Monday, every other Tuesday,  counter assistant lor Kilchen  Gadget Shop. 885-3611 Edna.  #38  Mature person to assist elderly  Wilson Creek gentleman weekday  evenings. 885-7685 (weekends.)  #38  Due to increased demand, busy  shop in lower Gibsons requires  self-motivated conscientious hair  ��� stylist. Conlacl Michelle at  {886-3916. #39  ! Wanted - experienced commercial  I Journeyman and apprentice elec-  i trlans for large commercial pro*  I |ect in Gibsons. Top wage and  1 benefit package available. Send  resumes to:  Prolec Installations Ltd.  #9-11720 VoyageurWay  Richmond, B.C. V6X 3G9  FAX: 278-3248. #40  WINTER WITH US  Bachelors suite, open fl. plan, utll  inc., 886-9501. TFN  1 bdrm apl, Secret Cove.  $450/mo. Call Hayden.  885-9368 #38  1 bdrm apt. marina view, lower  Gibsons, $520/ino 886-8089  #38  2-bdrm house, lower Gibsons,  opposite marina. Full bsml, In*  yard, $780/mo 886-8089.   #38  3 bdrm suite, 2 bath, 5 appl..  $700/mo. Rel, single family, no  pets. 1-562-6032.886-2714.#41  Female wanled lor shared accom.  in targe house on acreage in  Robts Cr. 886-2875. #39  Roberts Crk. 1 bdrm suite  w/frldge, slove, F/P, $450.  1-439-1652.      ��8  Near-new, bright 1 bdrm suite,  turnished, F/P, W/D, Central  Gibsons. $550/mo. Avail. Immed. 277-620-. �����  Office space, work shop area, or  other (negotiable). 886-4584.  1100 sq. ft. office/retail space  w/spectacular harbour view,  avail. Nov 1.886-9213.     _��8  2 bdrm twnhse. in quiet adult-  oriented Twin Oaks Village. Level  walking lo shopping, pleasant  garden, privacy 8 carport.  88_*7263. #39  EARN MONEY reading books!  $30,000/yr Income potential.  Details. 1-805-962-8000, Exl.  CY 308 #39  Earn money for all those extras.  Call AVON now. 980-7351.   #38  NEW opportunity. Make up to  $500 or more per week. Assemble our products. 24-hr recorded  info, gives details (604)  623-201 lor (604) 520-6444.#43  Experienced dental receptionist 3  days/week lor caring, team-  oriented lamily practice. Exc.  organizational/secretarial skills  essential. Must have warm,  friendly disposition. Send resume  to Dr. Dan Kings' ,, Box 1099,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0. TFN  Experienced,  equipped  vinyl  siding  Installers  wanted.  885-4572, Al West Home Services.                           #38  Exp'd  Bodyman lo work  on  Privale car collection. 886-7194.  #38  STAY HOME EARN MONEY!  Variety ol jobs available. Earn  $400 r> per week. Call 24hr.  recorded msg. lor amazing free  details. 604-623-2380 A74. #39  The Womens in Trades  Program/Continuing  Education is looking for  anelectrical instructor.  The candidate must be  knowledgeable in the  electrical field and be  able to pass this knowledge on to the students.  Work will start in late  Nov. 8c lasts 4 weeks  (18hrs per week)  Please call:  Holly 885-2991  Judie 886-3807  (Leave Message)  ConatmoUon Aggregates ie looking for a  Seoreteiy/Reoeption-  let tor their Seohelt  Plant. This le ��� elx-  month temporary  position with tM poe-  eibllity ot full-time  employment.  The candidate will  be responsible for all  general office duties.  Including switchboard, typing, truok  sales and computer  ind record keeping.  Applloante mult  have typing (SOwpm)  lotue 1-2*3 experience, good communications ekille, and  be familiar with general offloe prooe  dune.  Qualified candidates should apply In  person between 8 am  -4:30 by September  27/91 to:  Conatruotton  AffpafstaalM.  an* i. PofpolM  BnyHd.  ������C-MH-B.C.  Denial receptionist with previous  dental knowledge required for  busy oflice 4 days per weak. Interpersonal skills most important.  Apply to Dr. Bland Inc.. RR#2.  Gibsons. BC VON 1V0 wilh handwritten letter, resume and letters  ol reference. TFN  DIRECTOR OF CARE, R.N.  Management position, 4 days per  week.   Responsible for  case  management,  supervision and  training of staff. Must have current RNABC registration, recent  and related supervisory training  and experience, reliable vehicle,  Must have exceptional organizational and Interpersonal skills.  Must be willing to work in a team  selling to offer services lhat empower and encourage older and  disabled adults 8 others to remain at home.  Please send  resume and hand-written cover  letter to: Executive Director  Box 2420  Sechelt. BC  VON 3A0  Deadline lor application: Ocl. 4,  1991. #38  Sunshine Coasl Navy League  needs boys 8 girls 10*13 Interested in boating seamanship,  nautical lun 8 discipline. Uniform  supplied. Gibsons Legion Hall,  starting Wed., Sept. 18/91,6:30  pm. #39  $12-$18/hr working from home.  Send SASE to: JC 8 C  HOLDINGS, DEPT B. 1054  LAKELAND VIII BLVD. SHERWOOD PARK ALTAT8H 1B2. #40  Experienced framer & carpenter.  Call Lome after 6:30 pm.  886-4850. #38  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,' Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimales. 885-2109.  TFN  Going Aw.iy9  HARMONY HOUSEKEEPING  Cleaning, cooking, laundry, experienced homemaker, honest,  reliable. Excellent references.  Call Alison 885-5007. #39  We cut grass  and haul trash.  866-7892  #39  Prol. Painter, fast, accurate,  dean. Reasonable rates. Iree  ���stim.':. 886-3411.  #38  For free estimales on renovations,  additions, decks, etc. call Sound  Construction at 885-2887 (Gibsons). #38  . Complete Bobcat Services  , Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walts - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  886-8838  TFNs  1 Additions - Repairs  888-8585  #39  3_   Work VA.nted      || 34   Child Cure  Power Raking  Lawn Rejuvenation  lawn/landscape maintenance,  brush cutting, weed eating, rubbish removal, yard clean-up, etc  Skips Maintenance Service.  885-2373.  #38  Sitter available pal-time, ages  3-up. Next to Gibsons Elementary. 886-7375 #38  Mother ol 2 looking for in-home  silting. 3-4 days Phone  885-2650 alt. 5 pm #38  Jack & Jill Pre-School has opening for 3 & 4 yr olds lo register  call 886-2528 or 686 3154   #39  MY LITTLE HOUSE  Family Day Care opening soon.  Home almosphere, education,  play. Piano Lessons available.  Wesl Sechelt, 885-3768.     #38  Mom ot 3 with love, toys and tun  to shaie with your child, FT/PT,  Fircrest Rd. area. Lunch &  snacks provided. 886-4643. #38  Would you like your child toohea  a"er in a Caring Respon.iDm  Reliable & Happy Home? Hex  Gibsons Elementary - Alter  School Care 886-2227.        #40  Need quality dependable day care  tor your 2V. to 5 year old' Try  FUNSHINE DAYCARE 7:30 am  -5 30 pm. 886-3377. ECE. certilied stall, licenced facility no.  1120010 #39  Many Mouse Daycare spaces  available. 18 months le school  age. Fen Wed caring environment with ECE certified staff.  886-3913  #39  35 Business  Opportunities  FULL OR PART-TIME  Couples and Individuals tor  business ol your own. Local Amway disttibulor assists you lor  splendid opportunity 885-7144  886-9479 *46  Osprey Ent. reliable exp.  carpenter, new or renov.  883-223101885-4411.       #39  Personal Touch Upholstery and  Carpet Cleaning, over 20 years  exp. 883-2231 or 885-4411. #39  Attn. Machine Operators and  home owners. High pressure and  sleam washer (up lo 350'F) 1000  lbs PSI. Call Jim 886-3700 lor  info. #40  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery   *  POWERFUL IBUCXHOUNTEP '[*''  EQUIPMENT  BESI POSSIBLE flESULTS  JUSl ASK AROUNDI  886-3823  A DIVISION OF KfK OEVBIES  a sos FLQoncovEniNOt  Light moving & hauling, yard &  basement cleanups. Firewood.  Phone Norm, 886*9503.      #38  Pender Kitchens! High quality,  factory built cabinets. Complete  Installations, free est. 883-217.,  883-9317. #42  Drywall  renovations,  large  &  small, Prof, service. For free  estimate, phone Rob, 886-3573.  #38  Skidder and operator lor hire,  brush & debris removal.  885-3670, Dave. #38  Sob and Denis Renovations, additions, welding, decks, painting,  hot tubs, skylights - one call will  do it all. 885-3617. #38  Word Perfect. Bookkeeping, confidential, reasonable rates.  885-4812. #38  Looking for Special Help?  TYya  classified sd offering s  CAREER MOVE  KAMLOOPS  KITIMAT  KELOWNA...  and 100 more B.C. and Yukon  community newspapers.  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We supply  stock, neks, sexes. $2,000  par month hr 3 days work.  100% money back guarantee. 1400461*7818.  Operating 40-man base*.  cemp boated 100-kme. N.E.  ol Fort Nelson, B.C. Good  buelneee opportunity for man  and wn_ Mm. Camp la hid  end operaing year round. Se-  riouslnqulrios only (604)774-  ���USMESS OPPORTUNITIES  Working Partner Office Manager-Parts, Sales, Truck and  Heavy Equipment Service  Business. Plannedexpanslon  requires a person with strong  background in Truck or Machinery Parts Sales with Inventory Control and Computer experienoe. You will deal  wilh customers, take work  orders, schedule mechanics,  order parts. Wo are well established, profitable, with  good reputation, location and  growth potential. Non-smoking shop with hilly funded  benellts program and good  work environments. We op-  erate double shift, 7 days a  week wtth occasional emergency shiftwork. Located at  MerriR, B.C., on CoqulhaUa  Highway. Offers easy access  to Vancouver and Southern  Interior. Veriety ol reasonable priced housing, good  schools, great outdoor recreation area. Investment  130,000 $100,000. Contact  MTtM Services Ltd., Box  2730, Morrill, B.C., VOK 2B0.  1(604)378-9-44.  EDUCATION  CHEF TRAINING PROGRAM. Inkjet 17 weeks make  your Mure financially secure.  Join Canada's *1 Musky.  Cooking le a reossslon-proot  career. Short, Intense training. Financial assisstance.  Gov. aiming. Student loans.  Continuous enrolment. Accommodation arranged.  DUBRULLE FRENCH CULINARY SCHOOL. 1522 W.8��i  Avo, Vancouver, B.C. 738-  3156 or Tol Free 1-600-667-  7266.  UMoftoutotworttfLesfnto  mmgo an Apanmont, Con-  o-aflum Bulking. Msrryjobs  -VH-ble. Over 1.200 people  pkwdtiroughoutB.f_rF_r  ��mtla cal (604)681-5456.  FOR SALE MISC  SURPLUS EQUIPMENT  FOR SALE: Dump trucks, cat  loaders, low beds, pavers and  rollers, service trucks, welding truck cfw 300 Miller welder,  D6D and D8K cals, excavators, crushers and jaws, 310  J.D. backhoes, JCB backhoe,  case S80K backhoe, 740  Champion grader c/w snow  wing, 670A J.D. grader plow  and snow wing, cal 851  windrow elevator, 100 barrel  water tank and log graples.  Call Vic Kampe 1-493 6791  days, 1-493 7742 evenings.  Light fixtures, electric motors,  generators, phase converters, transformers, fans, welders, wiring supplies, dee literature. Friesen Electric,  32032 S.F. Way, Clearbrook,  B.CV2T1V8. Tel:859 7101.  FaxjB532503.        ���BIRDS' CHOjCE*. Biidseed  for sale. Wildbird, cage bird.  Dust free. Super clean. Farm  fresh. Prompt delivery. To  order or tor a price list, cal)  Chin Ridge Seed Processors  loday toll free 1-800 563-  7333.  BLAZE KING STOVES. The  Royal Family otWoodstoves,  high efficiency, environmentally friendly, longer burn  times. Contact your local  dealer or Blaze King Canada,  Box 777, Pendcton, B.C., V2A  6Y7.   CERAMISTS LIQUIDATING  large Inventory. New Duncan,  Harris, Ben, Afrlcana, Mayco  glazes and stains. Information send S.A.S.E. to: Hodge  Podge, Box 115, Crossfleid,  AB.T0M0S0.   HELPWANTED  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Manyjobsavailable.  Government licensed home  study certification course. Call  for details: (604)681 5456 or  t-800-665-8339.   HELPWANTED  '6 FIGURE INCOME 'Inter-  national music and Video  Company expanding inlo  Canada. Need highly motivated commissioned sales  people and distributors part-  time or full-time. (519)944  2800.  Fully Experienced Saw Filer  tor local        Cedar  Remanufacturing Plant. Must  have experience in band mills  and circular trim saws. Phone  Craig at (604)248 8282.  AFANTASTIC CHALLENGE  is awaiting you on a farm  overseas. Contact the International Agricultural Ex  change Association al 1501 -  17 Ave. S.W., Calgary, AB,  T2T OE2 lo find out more.  LADIES: Be Ihe FIRST In your  area to earn top profit marketing sheer non run hosiery,  sterling silver jewellery. Full/  peri-time. Management Opportunities. Call Collect  (604)467-5399.  ���BE RICH 6 FAMOUS' FT  $100,000, PT $25,000 po  tential. Market Canada's Hot  test Music Video Progrem.  Be your own boss. Call us  today. Protected Territories.  1 ���600-263*1900.   DOUG MARSHALL Molor  City, 11044-100 St., Grande  Prairie, AB.T8V2N1 requires  Parts Manager. GM dealership. ADP computer experience required.Complete benefit package. Conlact: G.  Hunt (403)532 9333.  Exclusive team oriented salon with large clientele base  needs experienced, ambitious, motivated stylist. Excellent earning potential.  Guaranleed wage. Ongoing  education required. Fax(463-  4741) or send resume lo Box  -S47, c/o The News, 22328  119th Ave., Maple Ridge,  B.C., V2X 2Z3.  HELPWANTED  Heavy Duty Mechanic with  valid B.C. TQ Ticket, B.C.  Inspectors certilicate and  extensive Cummins experience required lor Revefsloke  Truck Centre in Revelstoke.  Top salary. Resume to Box  2658, Revelstoke, B.C., VOE  2SO.  HOBBIES  SPORTS CARDS BY MAIL.  Direct from wholesaler. Write  S.W. Hauling, 7843 t4th Ave.,  Burnaby. B.C., V3N2B1.  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown land  availability. For information on  both write: Properties, Depl.  CN, Box 5380, Sin. F, Ottawa, Ontario, K2C3J1.  Paradise on beach waterfront. Home, 2 1/2 acres. 3  bedrooms, 2 baths. Excel  lent gravity water, private  garden, beautilul property.  Must be seen. Salmon Arm.  $129,000. 832*909;   to year old 3,000 sq. toot log  home to be dismantled. Complete with windows, sauna,  RSF healing system, 3 baths.  Taking bids until October 11,  1991. For more Info  (604)690-7490.  JJERflCESL  Major ICBC and injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  32 years. Call collect:  (604)736 5500. Contingency  fees available. Injured In B.C.  only.  BLANKET CLASSFED  ADVERTISMO  An advertising "Best Buyl"  Place your ad in over 100  newspapers throughout  B.C. and the Yukon tor  only $195.00.  Conacl this newspaper or  can (604) 669-9222, 22.  Coast News, September 23,1991  SPCA  NEWS  Anxious to  please but  running out  of time, this  2-year-old  neutered  male  purebred  mutt is  looking for  someone to  adopt him  soon. Please  call todav!  885-477.  Remember When  5 YEARS AGO  Dayton __ Knight, the engineering firm contracted by the  Town of Gibsons, said Gibsons required a water pollution  control centre for its sewage system at a cost of $25,000  10 YEARS AGO  The honourable Bill Vander Zalm, Minister of Municipal  Affairs, and the Inspector of Municipalities, Chris Woodward,  will be coming to the Sunshine Coast within the next month to  lay out options for restructuring the local government.  15 YEARS AGO  The party was still going strong at 11 pm on Wednesday as  the Gibsons Senior Citizens opened their new Harmony Hall  bang on schedule.  25 YEARS AGO  Dated November 1, 1966, the new Canada Savings Bond  Series will provide an average yield of 5.48 per cent a year if  held to maturity in 13 years.  35 YEARS AGO  Incorporation  of the  Sechelt  Fire  Brigade  under the  Societies Act has now been completed and Ihe brigade is at  liberty to serve communities outside Ihe Village of Sechelt.  45 YEARS AGO  After a week of Wear on mountain lops the hunting season  has yet to a great surplus of ntowich around here.  ^  Member of  ALLIED..  The Careful Movers  LOCAL  ���^ tr:  Ul     ��~  Call tht Moving  Specialists  For all local moving, or tor help with  moving awkward heavy items, pianos, etc.  iii mn MM LTD.  Pendei Hubout customeis  pleas. CALL COLLECT  Custom Packing, Storage, Local ft Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS 886-2664  OVER  We're  Liquidating Inventory  to Make Way For  CONNECTION  EXAMPLE:  AVERAGE LIVING/DINING ROOM:  58 SQ. YD. (522 SQ. FT.)  Carpet @ $12. 95/sq. yd.  Underpad (if needed)  P.S.T.  Labour  GST  Total Cost  $751.00  $171.10  $ 55.33  $203.00  $ 78.76  $1,259.29  Special Prices On...  Per Linear Inch  Of Width  (any length)  Choice Of Fabrics ���?_ Colours  STEP UP TO DOMCO,  AND GET A BONUS  FLOOR FREE!  Lasting performance, superb styling and  easy no-wax care make Domco floors  today's best values. And now it's so easy  to step up to the best:  STEM:  Buy 20 sq. yds. or more of one of Domco's  finest no-wax floors.  Choose trom:  ESPLANADE INLAID VINYL FLOORING���  With more features than any other inlaid,  plus a limited Litelong warranty.  PERFORMA���With the lasting beauty of  Gemglaze*, and a 10 year warranty.  CRYSTAL WALK-With Microbrite'"  particles and PeartLux'" shimmers, and  an B year warranty.  STEP 2:  Get a bonus of up to 10 sq. yds. of  CUSTOMFLORII, in any pattern or color  youdesire���EBEE. That's enough to do  most bathrooms, or any other 9' x 10' room.  STEP 3: STEP ON ITl  Sale ends October 31,1991  <>  DOMCO  Many More Similar Bargains  NO REASONABLE CASH OFFER REFUSED  Come In Soon, Check Our LOW, LOW Prices On Carpet & Lino  DeVRlES  "Rolling out more for your money"  886-7112 l/i ca  709 Hwy. 101, Cibsons      _____________       '��-">, Mond.i\ - Sn  OPEN  ���_M_*_a_MA_M*_____

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