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Array LwgiislaMVf  Bunding  Parliament  BuXMings  VICTORIA.   B.C.  V8V   1XS 95.0  Attention:Rod Card in  50 cents per copy on newsstands  tSTABLISHED     1945  NEWS  October 31,1994 Volume 48 Issue 44  _____  ������������������������������������  Final  Tetrahedron  LRUP report  made        q  New conservation  officer  ready  to take on  challenges  of Coast  2  Pender residents  unite in salmon  enhancement  efforts  New board  elected for  Rockwood 13  Overcrowding plagues St. Mary's Hospital  by Jane Seyd  Two months after St. Mary's Hospital  closed its second floor because of budget  restraints, all acute care beds are full and  doctors are now being forced to put  patients out in the hallway.  Dr. Robert Lehman, chief of medical  staff for the hospital, said for the last two  weeks, between Iwo and four patients have  had to sleep out in the hall because all  other beds are full.  Lehman said doctors are "pretty upset"  Wilkinson  speaks  out on  forestry  by Sandra Smith  It was a crisp autumn day. A  wind had cleared the sky and we  could almost see our breath. In a  huddle on the side of the road  we competed for the warmth of  the sunbeams.  More than fifty of us���children, dogs, environmentalists,  media and a few foresters���had  convoyed up Ihe gravel logging  toad and trudged our way to the  "demo" cut block near the top of  Mt. Elphinstone.  We formed a circle around  the elderly gentleman in the  tweed hat and gumboots. It was  his story we'd come to hear.  Longtime forester Merv  Wilkinson has been selectively  logging his own 136 acre forest  on Vancouver Island for 46  yean.  He was Speaking tcr locals  last Thuraday, Oct. 27 on invitation from the Elphinstone Living Forest Society and the Raging Grannies.  Wilkinson took one long  look at cut block A36909 ��� tall  trees of the same species stood  intermittently 20 and 30 feet  apart ��� and he predicted iu  dark future.  "It's not sustainable because  these trees are all uniform age  and all more or leas in  line...There's too few trees left  for one thing and there's too  high a risk for blow down.  There's too much sunlight on  the ground for regeneration���  seedlings don't want direct lighl,  they want filtered light...Now  you're back to square one where  you ate fighting to have a forest  established when you could  have maintained the one that  was here."  Set Wilkinson on page 3  aboul the situation.  "That to me is degrading ��� for someone to have to sleep In the hallway in a  modern hospital," he said.  Lehman said doctors have also started a  list of patients who they would normally  admit to the hospital, but have not admitted because no beds are available. He said  five or six people were on the list last  week.  In August, St. Mary's was forced to  close down ils entire second floor as a  cost-cutting measure, because the hospital  faced a budget deficit of half a million dollars.  The number of acute care beds was  then reduced to 33 from 38.  Lehman said the hospital managed to  deal with the situation in the summer, but  added St. Mary's usually starts filling up in  colder months because illnesses such as  respiratory infections are more common in  winter.  There is also a continuing problem of   ST" jCT  -'���:'":M '      iMS  " '*.*��*��*��� / ��� ay  -.���.'.��� ���*������ ^'rffifriMniMiffilfl  WmUm-m  m__j*W  ���4  ���������    ���.  k-0.  P*^H ^_\f_t  %v!  **�� ���     .  :��� -*i,  ���  *���             ''  'a'*:-'     '��� ' v'  '^ .Mr ,/  ���Vr-V'-'  ���A  ' "i \  I-  ygu7  1  ������'���                                   *  s~  ��� ;��...  1     <f  .**f     '\\tk-.                  ,*IU ���         '^_tf*.  Ws^��-  ^^    Jpfe-tf...  . tai  I  Forester Merv Wilkinson of Vancouver Island explains Us practice of sustainable selective logging  while touring the BC Forest Service's demonstration cutblock with the public up Grauman Road iu  Roberts Creek. Joel Johnstone photo  No moratorium on frustration at Elphie LRUP  by Darah Hansen  There is no need for a halt to  logging activities in the Mount  Elphinstone forest while the area  is under land use review.  That's the message from Sunshine Coast forest district manager, Greg Hemphill, who has flatly  refused repeated calls for a moratorium on logging in the area  from local communily groups  currently working on lhe Mount  Elphinstone Land Resource Use  Plan (LRUP).  Spokespeople for the community groups say the moratorium is  essential in the LRUP process to  give the Ministry of Forests  incentive to talk seriously about  forest resource issues beyond  The groups also say they're  concerned continued logging  activities in the area will limit the  long-term goals of LRUP process  ��� geared to determine the best  uses for the forest area under  review.  "We question whether there  has been sufficient consideration  given to the effects which the  proposed activit(ies) will have on  forest values," the groups wrote  in a letter to Ihe Ministry of  Forests, dated Ocl. 7,1994.  Bul Hemphill ��� who as dis-  Greg Hemphill  trict manager has the authority lo  impose a moratorium in the study  area ��� says a moratorium isn'l  necessary.  "As long as I'm comfortable  that we're protecting the other  resource values (in the area), I  don't see the need for a moratorium," he said in an interview lasl  week.  Logging in the Mount Elphinstone area includes several cut-  blocks planned under a provincial research project aimed at  studying the effects and efficiency of a variety of logging methods, and the small business enterprise program.  Two clearcut blocks in the  area's high elevation  old growth forest    ______  have been scheduled  to be tendered next  year as part of the  small business enterprise program.  Meanwhile, frustration continues lo  reign around the  Mount Elphinstone       LRUP table.  At a meeting Wednesday,  Oct. 26, discussions centred  around the availability of information specific to the LRUP  area.  At the meeting, LRUP committee members questioned the  ministry's commitment to providing relevant information lo the  process.  Forest Watch representative  Adrian Belshaw told forestry representative and committee chair  Brian Smart the Freedom of  Information Act was being  "abused" by the ministry.  "It's not there lo stop people  from getting routine information," Belshaw said. In an inter-  I don't see the  need for a  moratorium  -Greg Hemphill  view outside the meeting,  Belshaw said he's had to apply  through the Freedom of Information Act several times in an effort  to get information as basic as  knowing the size of       the area currently  under study by the  LRUP.  "They   are   not  unreasonable requests  given lhat we want to  know what's going  on," he said.  For his part, Smart        said the option to go  through Freedom of  Information process was offered  as a means of ensuring the questions get answered.  "You can ask me but I can't  guarantee when I can get to it,"  he said.  Other problems mentioned al  Wednesday's meeting focussed  on the availability of the library  and resource materials at the  ministry's office on Field Road  in Wilson Creek.  Smart said he would ensure  the materials would be available  lo committee members during  working hours.  The Mount Elphinstone  LRUP plans to meel nexl mid-  November.  long-term care patients who can't be  looked after at home occupying acute care  beds at the hospital because long-term care  beds are also full, he said.  "We can't magically make beds  appear," said Lehman. "I really don't  know what's going to happen."  But he added it's unlikely the bed shortage will mean patients gel moved down to  hospitals in the Lower Mainland: "The situation isn't any better anywhere else."  See related story on page 3  Province  approves  $3.6  million  Chatelech  expansion  by Sandra Smith  When it rains, it pours and  that's a good thing when you  thought the wells were dry.  That's what local school  trustees are saying about a  recent government announcement that Chatelech Secondary  School in Sechelt will receive  $3.6 million for a building  expansion.  The Ministry of Education  made the announcement last  Wednesday (Oct. 26), just days  after making a similar  announcement that Elphinstone  Secondary School in Gibsons  would receive $2.5 million for  its expansion.  School Board chair Pal Stuart said she hadn't expected Ihe  funding lo come through for  several months and was very  excited to hear the news.  "It's certainly going to be  helpful but it doesn't even  begin to address the needs in  the district," Stuart said.  She added she knew of other  districts who received none or  only a portion of what they  applied for and considered this  district very fortunate to be  receiving Ihe full amount.  The Chatelech project will  add six new classrooms to the  school.  A press release issued by the  Ministry of Education states the  addition will "provide space for  ISO students when the projeci is  completed, for a total of 550  students."  However, since the original  application for funding was  made in the fall of 1992, Chatelech's population has grown  pasl that already and currently  stands at 590 students.  The overflow of 200 students is currently housed in six  portable classrooms.  Tim Anderson, secretary-  treasurer for the school district,  said he expects the school's  population to rise to 1,000 students by the year 2000.  "We will be overfull again  by the time this is built. In  effect, the portables just won't  leave there," Anderson said.  He says he hopes the ministry's final letter of approval  will arrive in November and the  project will go lo lender early in  1995. If that happens, construction should be completed by  September of 1996, he said.  Anderson said it looks as  though the Chatelech projeci  will coincide with the Elphinstone projeci for which trustees  are also awaiting a final ministerial letter of approval.  Together, the two projects  total more lhan $6 million of  construction which "may be a  plus for companies that want to  bid on both projects," he said.  A total of $134 million will  fund 22 projects throughout  BC, creating 3,525 new spaces,  Ihe press release said. Jft&c/fr  Tom Kerahav, Muaic Director presents...  Sunday November 6 at 2pm,  St John's United Church, Davis Bay  A concert of weal, instrumental and orchestral music bf  Rachmaninoff, Dvorak, Schubert, Hoist, etc,  ��� Alice Horsman ��� I'trina Vavrik ��� The Coast Consort ���  ��� Sumhine Coast Community Orchestra ��� and other special guests ���  Tickets $10 on sale at...  ��� Sayward Books - Gibsons ��� Talewind Books - Sec/if /f ���  ��� Water and the Wind - Pender Harbour ��� or at the door ���  ALL PROCEED* TO THE SUNSHINE COA&T SPCA  news  Pronto's II Restaurante  in Sechelt is under  new management as of  November 1st.  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Doyle, 27, beat out several applicants for the  job after it was posted by the Ministry of Environment earlier this year.  Doyle's experience includes three years as a  national park ranger in Jasper, Alberta before coming to the Sunshine Coast. Prior to that, he worked  in the same province as a provincial park ranger.  In his two weeks on the job, Doyle said bears  are the biggest problem he's encountered so far.  "I'm surprised at the amount of bears...it really  seems they're a legitimate complaint," he said.  Other problems Doyle says he's had to deal  with relate to illegal salmon jigging in Chapman  Creek.  The two conservation officets will share regular  duties of wildlife protection, fisheries protection,  waste management enforcement and dealing with  problem wildlife.  They will also be expected to enforce the new  Forest Practices Code.  "The code is going to take a large portion of our  time. It's the big push right now," Pierce said.  Deadline approaching for Coast  Protected Areas Strategy designation  by Sandra Smith  This winter is ihe last chance  for input from the Sunshine  Coast before 12 per cent of the  Lower Mainland region gets  preserved under BC's Protected  Areas Strategy, according to the  Ministry of Forests.  The Lower Mainland  Regional Protected Areas Team  (RPAT) responsible for designation on the Sechelt peninsula  will hold a final public review  of their recommended study  areas before submitting them to  provincial cabinet this winter.  The cabinet must approve  them by March 31, the deadline  having been extended from the  original December 31 deadline,  said Graham Boothroyd, a  . forester with the Ministry and a  member of the RPAT.  The Lower Mainland RPAT  is a 10-member committee comprised of four members from the  Ministry of Forests, three from  the Ministry of Environment,  Lands and Parks, one from the  Ministry of Small Business,  Tourism and Culture, one from  Parks Canada and one from the  Ministry of Energy, Mines and  Petroleum Resources.  They will recommend that 18  per cent (approximately 848,000  hectares) of the Lower Mainland region be designated as  "study areas" and have until  December, 1995 to narrow that  down to the ultimate 12 per  cent.  The Lower Mainland region  encompasses the south-western  corner of BC, stretching from  JOIN US FOR A  SATC HAUUOWKN  at Sawycrcjt Mall  Monday October 31  from 5 - 6pn>  Vancouver up the mainland  coast to Bute Inlet, south-east to  include Pemberton and the  entire lower and mid-Fraser  Valley.  "We're going to shoot for 18  pet cent (study areas) based on  the region as a whole," said  John Van Hove of BC Environment, a member of the team.  The whole idea Is to  protect as much of  an area as we can'  -John Van Hove  Some land-use restrictions  will apply on sites which  become study areas, he said.  "The whole idea is to protect  as much of an area as we can in  the interim while the decisions  are being made so we don't  compromise any of the values  that are there," Van Hove said.  But fellow team member  Boothroyd downplayed Ihe  restrictions outlined in the government's Interim Management  Guidelines.  "It just prevents any new  indusiry and commercial development within a study area. If  there are tenures in existence ���  leases or licences ��� those will  continue," Boothroyd said.  He offered a hypothetical  example of a foreshore booming  ground operation and said it  would be allowed lo continue  wilhin a study area "as long as  there was no damage being  All Children  12 Years & Under  MICOME  COSniMESAMUSTJ  ONE STOP  TRICKorTREATING  WTTHALLTHE  MERCHANTS  done."  He admitted new mining,  forestry or industrial operations  might get in under the wire if  Iheir licences were granted  before March when local study  areas are designated.  Il's too early to tell what sites  will be designated on the Sunshine Coast, Boothroyd said.  The team has received more  than 500 protected area proposals from the public, industry,  government and environmental  groups in the region. Eighteen  of those have come from the  Sunshine Coast.  In addition lo both federal  and provincial government ministries, local proponents include  the Canadian Wildlife Service,  the Council of BC Yacht Clubs,  the Forestry Community,  Friends of Caren, Gambier  Island Trust Committee, the  Howe Sound Scientific Advisory Committee, Inland Seaside  Corridor Supporters, Maria  Hunter, Marine Workshop, Phil  Makow, Sargent Bay Society,  Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD), Tuwanek  Ratepayers Association and the  Western Canada Wilderness  Committee.  "We're currently going  through the rating process now  and ultimately there is no way I  can even speculate whal will  end up in the 18 per cent (of the  region)," Boothroyd said.  He added the Tetrahedron  was a very strong candidate.  The Inland Seaside Corridors  supporters presentaled their proposal to the SCRD's Foreshore  Advisory Task Force al an Oc.  12 meeling. The presentation  will be made again to SCRD  board members on Nov. 10.  PACKAGED  SPICES AT  BULK PRICES  FOODS  6d6 29i6  VARIETY  Utdattarahi  Coast News Classifieds.  They never stop moving.  Coast News classified ads move cars, homes,  anything. Call 886-2622 or 885-3930  LRUP  process  ends  with  final  meeting  by Jane Seyd  After four yeats of discussion  on the contentious Tetrahedron  Plateau, members of the Local  Resource Use Plan (LRUP)  team dotted the i's and crossed  the t's on their final report this  week and packed up their  papers.  The final meeting of Ihe  group, held Tuesday evening,  marked the end of Ihe local public consultation process on the  area, in which environmentalists, community members and  logging companies argued over  if - or how much of - Ihe Tetrahedron 's old-growth foresl  should be conserved.  In an agreement announced  earlier this year, the group is  recommending preservation of  87 per cent of the study area,  including the Chapman Bowl  and an area near Edwards Lake  which International Forest Products originally planned to log.  On the remaining 13 per cent  of land, which includes the most  western portion near Tannis and  Batchelor lakes, team members  have agreed to disagree.  The final fate of the Tetrahedron will now be decided by Ihe  provincial Protected Areas Strategy. A government spokesperson said a decision will likely be  made by early 1995.  On Tuesday night, environmentalists in the group seemed  mostly pleased with the results  of the local process, while forest  industry representatives  appeared more subdued.  Members of the LRUP planning team spent almost four,  hours going over a draft copy of  the final report, raising arguments over wording on issues  such as marbled murrelet populations, water quality deterioration and the area's status as a  watershed reserve.  In several instances, wording  changes proposed by the forest  service were strongly opposed  by planning team members, who  said the alterations would water  down or whitewash concerns.  Following the meeting,  Tetrahedron Alliance member  George Smith said the community had no choice but to go  through the often frustrating and  cumbersome LRUP process  because thai was the only  method of public consultation  offered.  "A lot of us have learned a  lot about how our area is administered," he said.  He added he would like to  see a similar process set up for  the entire Sunshine Coasl, rather  lhan dealing wilh areas such as  Mount Elphinstone and the  Caren Range separately.  Asked why the contentious  13 per cenl of land is important  to environmentalists, Smith said,  "It's not that significant lo the  logging economy and it's very  significant lo our watershed."  From the industry side of ihe  table, Dave Bebb of Canadian  Foresl Products commented,  "It's been a bit of an excercise  in frustration."  Bebb said it was clear to  most LRUP members whal  could be agreed on two or Ihree  years ago, bul "people took a  real long time to realize we  couldn't go further lhan we  did."  Dave Lasser, Inlerfor's new  manager for the Sunshine Coasl,  said the company would have to  live with whatever decision is  finally reached by government.  Asked who came oul ahead  at lhe end of the LRUP process  Lasser commented, "I think  there's a lot of happy people  around Ihe table. That in itself  explains who won."  Over 30 reports from the  LRUP, including ones on  forestry, jobs, water, recreation  and wildlife values plus dissenting opinions, rebuttals and technical studies will be sent on to  the provincial government at the  '  end of this week.  ���.*, -. -o,~ Coast News, October 31,1994  news  Mill smell regarded as 'just a nuisance'  by Darah Hansen  It's really just a nuisance.  That's what officials with Ihe Ministry of  Environment are calling a recenl problem al  lhe Howe Sound Pulp and Paper mill lhat has  resulted in the daily emission of odorous sulphur gas pollution.  Ministry spokesman Cory Legebokow  said the mill emissions are currently being  monitored by his office, wilh results showing  the level of gases as within lhe mill's permitted level.  "This is more of a nuisance issue versus  one of environmental concern," Legebokow  said.  The problem al the mill began in mid-  October after work crews ��� carrying out  some routine repair work ��� discovered seri  ous erosion occurring in the mill's boiler, Al  Strang, environment superintendent at Ihe  mill, said.  Extensive repairs to the boiler have forced  its shutdown until November 29, when Ihe  work is expected to be finished, he added.  Strang said the strong "pulp mill smell"  currently detectable in Gibsons is the result  of Ihe boiler's shut down.  The boiler is Ihe second of a two-system  process used at the Howe Sound mill to  reduce sulphur gas emissions.  The initial system, which according to  Strang removes the bulk of the gases, is still  in full operation.  The Ministry of Environment has allowed  the mill lo emit the gases inlo the environment without the second system so long as it  continues lo meel Ihe mill's airborne pollution permit of 20 parls per billion of total  reduced sulphur, monitored on an hourly  rate.  Legebokow said, so far, the mill has managed to slay wilhin Ihe levels of Iheir permit,  with Ihe highest level of pollution registering  al 12.9 parts per billion.  Strang said repairs lo Ihe boiler are costing the mill an estimated $6 million.  Meanwhile, in a secondary problem related lo Ihe tht boiler shut down, bark and other  sawmill debris is piling up al Ihe mill site.  Usually the material ��� up to 5,000 cubic  metres daily ��� is used as fuel in the boiler to  generate steam and electricity, Strang said.  With the boiler down, Ihe material has had  to be stockpiled.  , ��� ,-,-,., . .... ���  |  ,. ..i  iTIt I  bill :iiMlim��ni  Hoping for help  Fire Chief Wally Dempster waite for the Gibsons Volunteer  Fire Department crew after a failed solo attempt to squelch a  Volkswagen van fire in Lower Gibsons on Gower Point  Road. Joel Johnstone photo  Wilkinson calls  Elphinstone forest  plantation 'rubbish'  from page 1  The cut block he was examining is part of a forest service  study on "selective logging" taking place in Roberts Creek.  Original plans to leave 90  trees standing per hectare were  not accomplished on the block-  Instead, all but 60 trees were cut  per hectare and that number  dropped to 50 trees per hectare  when the first storm blew many  down.  Wilkinson said the failed  attempts of the forest service  may be due to the fact they have  not yet defined what "selective  logging" means.  Having experimented over the  years, Wilkinson believes he has  the recipe for success.  He emphasized the importance of diversity in a working  forest and the need to grow different ages and species of trees.  Small-scale harvesting can then  occur at regular intervals and the  occasional thinning also helps  the forest to thrive.  "You can only harvest your  growth rate and stay in business-Otherwise you're drawing  on principal. That's what yoli'te  doing when you're overcut-  ting���If you leave 40 to 50 per  cent of a stand as shelter  wood...you'll have a forest you  can go back into periodically,"  Wilkinson said.  He gets two per cent return on  his own forest and agreed with a  comment made that, technically,  it would be safe to log water  sheds and parks in Ihis manner.  However, he added he wouldn't  recommend it "because they'll  go in ihere and do il a different  way."  Wilkinson was skeptical of  academic foresters who "haven't  done their footwork," he said.  "UBC teaches foresl economics and forest technology but  nothing about forestry."  He called a nearby Mt.  Elphinstone forest plantation  "rubbish," blaming the practice  of planting seedlings grown in  dirt plugs which he said distorts  the root system.  "That translates up into a distorted tree top...when a tree lop  goes four ways, you've lost the  value of the timber. You've lost  the height growth, you've lost  the volume of the product and  you've lost the quality of  wood...that's your tax dollars  wasted."  Wilkinson lets his own forest  reseed itself naturally which  "leaves you ahead of the game  biologically."  ���'������-��� i('Even'kill atree nd* and then  'and leave it standing for woodpeckers and birds.. If yoti have a  lot of birds, you don't need  chemicals," he said.  More people are now practicing good forestry in BC than he  has ever known, he said, adding  they are all small operators working on private' land. Large forest  companies are only in the business of liquidating forests, he  said.  Doctors worry about 'reality' of new directions  by Jane Seyd  Talk of community-based  health care with an emphasis on  illness prevention is all fine and  good.  But seeing patients forced to  sleep in the hallways of Sl.  Mary's has some doctors on the  Sunshine Coasl worried about  the reality of BC's new direction in health care.  "Obviously there's concern  when we slarl to see the reality  of the situation." said Dr. Robert  Lehman, chief of medical staff  for Ihe hospital.  "We're being forced into a  position of making sacrifices."  Lehman said local doctors  are concerned because funding  to hospitals is being cul back  before alternative community  services are available.  "We need to get our services  in the communities up and run-  setting It straight  Last week, Ihe Coasl News  reported thai a proposed regional recreation complex would  add aboul $40 to the annual tax  bills of Sechell residenls, based  on a $210,000 home.  That figure can actually be  applied to Ihe entire Sunshine  Coast.  The article also staled lhat  Ihe operation of Ihe complex  would add another $18 lo the  same tax bill.  That figure is based on an  estimated operating budget of  $300,000 per year.  The actual budget has yet to  be determined.  The Coasl News apologizes  for any confusion.  ning as soon as possible," he  commented this week. "... I  have a lol of worry."  "It's a major change in how  our health care is going to be  managed...! don't foresee a  smooth road here."  So far in discussion on the  government's new direction in  health care, "a lot of what I'm  hearing is an emphasis on wellness and prevention," said  Lehman.  "I hear the assumption that  never happens."  That isn'l necessarily a fair  assessment, he said.  "I feel that's part of my job  that I already do,..We don't jusl  admit people to hospilal and  give them drugs and send them  home."  Lehman said doctors realize  the increasing cost of health  care is a concern that's driving  some of Ihe heallh care reforms  now underway not jusl in BC,  but across the country.  "We're in very difficult economic times and health care  consumes a large part of the  heallh care budget," he said. "It  is a government decision as to  where funds are going to be  spent."  Recently, Mark Schonfeld,  president of the BC Medical  Association, which represents  doctors in the province, said  maybe government should allow  privately-paid health care for  some services along with the  public system.  Schonfeld said in a press  statement that according to a  recent survey, a majority of doctors would support that kind of  two-tiered heallh system.  But Lehman said the suggestion is unlikely to be popular  among most Sunshine Coast  doctors.  "One of the things we identify with as Canadians is our  social supports generally and  our health care system in particular," he said.  "We're al the risk of destroying that if we talk about a two-  tiered system."  "I wouldn't like to see that  happen."  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That's a question worth asking when considering issues  raised by two local public consultation groups on forest  management in our district. One group is the Tetrahedron  Local Resource Use Plan (LRUP), which recently  wrapped up discussion after four sometimes frustrating  years on the fate of old growth forest in the contentious  Tetrahedron Plateau.  The second is a similar LRUP still in the beginning  stages of discussion on Mount Elphinstone. To say there's  much to be desired in the treatment community members  from both groups have received from our illustrious Ministry of Forests is putting it mildly.  Some individuals within that ministry may be making a  genuine effort, but as a whole, that established bureaucracy and its overly comfy relationship with large forest  companies is loathe to admit change ��� or public scrutiny.  In the case of both local LRUPs, there has been a rather  predictable tendency on the part of the forest service to  plead ignorance when faced with questions many would  consider fairly basic to proper forest management. Questions like "Exactly how large is the study area?" "What's  the anticipated revenue from logging it?" "Is this in a  legally constituted watershed reserve?"  "I don't know" or "I don't recall" or "I'll have to get  back to you on that" says the Forest Service.  Meanwhile citizens are forced to go through the Freedom of Information Act to get basic facts on areas which  they are expected to discuss in an informed and intelligent  manner.  Maybe the Forest Service forgot what the second word  in its name actually means. Or maybe they forgot who  owns most of the forest in the first place.  "I don't know" just isn't an acceptable response by the  ministry, and begs the question: Why don't you know?  If the ministry does know or could find out, but just  isn't willing to tell, it's nothing less than an outrage.  If it doesn't know, maybe it's time someone bothered to  find out.  St. Mary's situation  m^A^~. eJtitiiac.tM.kAi  .. ���  anything but healthy  What's going on in our health care system these days?  On the one hand, we have a lot of hype about a new  area of community-controlled service; a kinder, gentler  health system, tailored to local needs.  On the other hand, we now have patients sleeping in  the hallway of St. Mary's while the entire second floor of  the hospital sits empty.  Yes, adapting to new ways of doing things takes time.  But meanwhile, people still get sick, still need care, and  they can't always wait several years for the brave new  world of New Directions.  What's needed now is decent care for people who are  sick and with it, a decent environment for health care professionals who are trying to help them.  The situation now at St. Mary's is nothing less than  scandalous.  Gift horse  dentistry  Your Ocl. 27 edition carried  an article by Darah Hansen  which praised the latest Driftwood Players production Deathtrap. She spoke of a "smoothly-  run, well-cast production" and  offered congratulations lo all  those who had contributed lo the  success of this play.  What a pity lhat you didn't  carry this review a week earlier.  All the volunteered, hard  work that goes in to producing a  successful play is repaid by the  response from satisfied customers, but many people attend-  ��� ed this play, not because of any  'encouragement from our local  press, but because Ihe word-of-  mouth reviews were so outstanding.  Apart from Ihe paid advertisements and a pholo or two,  not one of the local papers covered this production in lime to  provide potential attendees with  an idea of its worth.  I believe that each newspaper  was provided with free tickets  and, as evidenced by Ms.  Hansen's article, you have people capable of judging dramatic  presentations and providing us  with an objective opinion. In the  past, local press reviews of  Driftwood productions have  been both praising and damning,  which is what performers and  behind-the-scenes workers  would expect.  Bul at least, these reviews  helped people to decide if they  wanted to attend or not.  The fact that this was a local  production using the Raven's  Cry Theatre was, as Ms. Hansen  pointed out, appreciated by Ihe  audiences.  Whether this combination  can be repeated depends on  financial feasibility.  The probability can certainly  be increased with the help of Ihe  local press showing an interest  in such an important community  enterprise and getting Ihe word  out to its readers - hopefully in  lime for them lo attend.  COLLEEN ELSON  Gibsons  -���:.������  thanks for the  courtesy  There tire kind and honest  people out there.  Many lhanks to the lady who  so kindly picked up my purse  I'd left hanging on a chair at  McDonald's Restaurant Sunday  and turned it in to the staff there.  And many thanks to the staff  who kept it for me.  Five minutes down the road I  realized it was missing and  turned back in the vain hope that  it might still be hanging there or  that someone had turned it in.  Well, the hope was not in vain.  Thank you once again.  CYNTHIA BREWIS  Roberts Creek  Exception taken  I am writing to take exception to the front page headline  and story in the Oct. 17 issue of  the Coast News "SCRD bypasses public in Creek rezoning."  It is misleading to say the  public has been bypassed when  you refer to the five acre lot  along the highway in Roberts  Creek.  You don't mention that it is  the Pen Hotel and that not only  is the zoning recommendation  consistent with the Official  Community Plan (which was  developed by those members of  the public who took the time to  meet together for one and a half  years), but it is also consistent  with the previous Official Settlement Plan (which was also  developed by members of the  public) and goes back 14 years.  And further, an official public hearing was held in the  Roberts Creek hall regarding  this specific piece of property  and the majority of residents  spoke in favour of supporting  the recommendation^ of tlie  Official Community Plan.  Unfortunately for Mr.  Hyworon, many residents in the  neighbourhood of the Pen Hotel  feel that their property is devalued by his establishment and the  kind of "entertainment" that he  features.  Given that both the Official  Settlement Plan of 1980 and the  current Official Community  Plan were developed by committees made up of members of  the public at large and that a  public hearing was held within  the past year on the issue of the  zoning designation of the Pen  Hotel property, 1 submit that the  public has not been bypassed.  CAROL ANN GLOVER  Roberts Creek  A benevolent dictator daydreams of universal decrees  Back in my university days ��� not so very long  ago ��� my friends and I used to spend what seems  now to have been an enormous amount of time  (avoiding classes) hanging out, depending on the  time of day, in smoky cafes and pubs and discussing, as is the university student's want to do,  how we would "change the world."  "Changing the world" was never too big a concept for the idealistic, self-righteous, newly educated kids that we were. "Changing the world" was  just something we thought ��� knew ��� we should  do, given the opportunity.  We kind of made a game of it. For instance,  when discussing how we would "change the world"  all suggestions had to start with the phrase: "If I  were BENEVOLENT DICTATOR OF THE UNIVERSE I would..." Then we'd jusl fill in the blanks.  If il were our turn as BENEVOLENT DICTATOR OF THE UNIVERSE, we were each capable  of doing anything.  Looking back on il now, I can't remember half  Ihe battles we were ready lo wage. I vaguely recall  rabid talk of the steal-from-the-rich-give-to-ihe-  poor variety as well as other forms of Robin Hood  socialism.  And at one point we were going to set up this  sort of Star Trek reality on an sunny-sandy island. It  was to be the makings of our own little universe.  pillow talk  On the island ��� where one of us would be  reigning BENEVOLENT DICTATOR OF THE  UNIVERSE, though we were never sure who ��� we  were going lo dispose of politics, laws, and replace  lhe various monies of the world with a single universal monetary source which, I remember, was to  be called "Ihe hone" ��� someone suggested we use  dog biscuits and, for reasons only university students and other silly people can understand, we  stuck with il.  On the island, we were going to work together in  accordance wilh our own warped notion of Socratic  philosophy and. in a pacifistic kind of way. let  beautiful anarchy, along with coconut juice, reign  supreme.  (Our island was nol a totally new concept, I  know lhat now. But I was a kid from the deepfreeze of Edmonton, Alberta ��� communes and  darah hansen  kibutzes just weren't things I was immediately  familiar with.)  The island was a bust, of course, and my days of  university are long over, taking with it some of my  more grandious ideals.  But, against all odds, there's still a significant  pocket of my soul that harbours allusions of being  BENEVOLENT DICTATOR OF THE UNIVERSE. I admit, I've grown significantly more  tired over the years, and my ideas to "change the  world" have had to be scaled down accordingly.  Now instead of ridding the world of all laws, if I  were BENEVOLENT DICTATOR OF THE UNIVERSE I would only get rid of most of  them...thereby allowing people to focus on what's  really important rather than niggle over piddley  things that serve clog up our minds (and have  served to get me in trouble when I argue Iheir use  with authority figures).  If I were BENEVOLENT DICTATOR OF THE  UNIVERSE I would make higher education a  whole lot easier, and cheaper, to attain...for that  matter, I'd would chuck out the whole system of  education we currently have in our schools and  rebuild it using suggestions from parents, teachers  and students ��� absolutely no politicians invited  even if they fit into the aforementioned categories.  If I were BENEVOLENT DICTATOR OF THE  UNIVERSE I would lower rents as well as the price  of housing so people, just average people, could  afford to enjoy their lives rather than scrounge by  month to month. Oh, and I'd probably order the dismantling of all the big houses too and make people  live in more modest surroundings.  If I were BENEVOLENT DICTATOR OF THE  UNIVERSE I would make everyone recycle their  lin cans and only buy unbleached toilet paper.  If I were BENEVOLENT DICTATOR OF THE  UNIVERSE I would pay hockey players a whole lot  less money and give community newspaper  reporters a whole lot more respect (just thought I'd  throw that in for what it's worth).  Okay...it's your lurn. Just start with the sentence  "If I were BENEVOLENT DICTATOR OF THE  UNIVERSE I would..." Just because il's a dream  doesn't mean it can't come true.  COAST^NEWS  CiAH��^Lia Bata^am aaa*M  JWRr^wvn Wam Ivr  Wf t_Oe*m rwwWS Or fliv WwWWfMff^  CioMli.' I year ��� ��3 J ��� 12.45 CST ��� $ 17 Al  (.month* ��� J20��$l 40 GST �� 521 4(1  roeeiitt: I year ��� J40 (No GST)  Rts_. No. A7Q1  The Sunshine Coast News is published on  Ihe Sunshine Coast B.C. every Monday by  Gltssbtd/ten Int.  Cibstm Office ��� 5J7 Cruice lane  Son 460, Gibsons. I.C, VON IVO  1604)886 21,:2. tn (604) 88*7725  irtWl Office  S72I Cowrie St.  Bok 68. 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BESIDE GIBSONS MEDICAL CLINIC  886-3381  rnntfrmmrVrmmmm  X^SXTi  1   /bferTW*  9    MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7DAYSAWEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2266  Please, get it  over with  The following teller lo Stan  Anderson was received by Ihe  Coast Nevis, for publication  Firsl of all I was tired of the  sound of chainsaws and trucks all  summer as yuu had the hillside  mowed down for your new subdivision.  Next I got tired of the choking  smoke as the trees were burned.  Then ihe blasting started so that  the bluff could be blown away,  and then I gol lired of thai too.  I gol tired of seeing my dog  tucked between Ihe tub and toilet  every time the blasting whistle  blew and became sad for the  wave of deer thai began meandering through the backyard in  search of a new resting place. I  gol lired of hearing explosions all  through my gardening, my conversations, my reading on Ihe  deck.  Perhaps Ihis is the equivalent  of someone selling off firecrackers behind your house for two  monlhs.  Think aboul il. And now, I'm  tired of worrying about my oil  pan and tires as I drive over Ihe  badly maintained trenches in the  road and I'm tired of detouring  and lired of being late for  appointments because the road is  closed.  And here we are monlhs later  and the blasting continues. Mr.  Anderson, I'm tired of your work  affecting my life month after  month.  Please gel it over with.  ROBIN WHEELER  Sechelt  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX: 883-9524  Michael C Crowe  Barrister ��� Solicitor  Notary Public  rstrxatrHatiXiurUgetlStrtlces  12874 Madeira Parte Rd,  Madeira Parit  883-9875  G. FULTON HEATING  OIL BURNER SERVICE  | ANNUAL CHECKING! CLEANING |  EMERGENCY SERVICE  885-2293  Pender Harbour, B.C. 883-2630  UVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STOKE  ewrm*r,ei'mq j  nROOFIHO  Kleincfole  Tar A Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roots, Torch On, Durolds  LOWINGS  WELDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� ,883-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen  Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems   883-9222  To list in this Directory  phone 885-3930  School board  extends thanks  On behalf of the Board of  School Trustees and the studenls  of School District 461 would like  to recognize and thank the many  people and organizations in our  communily whose support was  instrumental in bringing the  Heroes Program lo Elphinstone  Secondary School on Oct. 14.  Our community hosts - Communications, Energy & Paper-  workers Union, Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper, Howe Sound  Fire & Rescue Crew, Sechelt  School Bus Service Ltd., Pender  Harbour Transportation and Sunshine Coast Lions provided both  funding and moral support. Keith  Baker of the Gibsons Ambulance  Service and Gerald Sullivan of  the Sechelt Ambulance Service  dedicaled the entire day to  demonstrating first aid basics for  each performance. Thanks go as  well to Bernice Tyson of the  Coat Garibaldi Health Unit for  ongoing organizational support,  Sieve Sleep of Coast Cable and  both newspapers for promotional  suppon.  I would especially like to  acknowledge the tremendous  amount of time and enthusiasm  trustee Lynn Chapman gave to  coordinating the Heroes presentation.  Finally I would like to recognize all Ihe students and staff in  Ihe school district whose efforts  made Heroes so successful. It is  our sincere hope that Heroes'  five key messages - buckle up,  drive sober, look first, wear the  gear, and get trained, will motivate students lo take safe risks  and thereby save lives.  PAT STUART, Chair  Board of School Trustees  Thanks for  the support  On behalf of the Davidson  family of Roberts Creek, we  would like to thank the Sunshine  Coast community for all their  support during Robin's illness.  The money from the bank  account was very helpful in paying for the interleukin treatments.  Robin was very appreciative  of the many people who were  Ihinking of them and praying for  her. We loved her dea/ly and  miss her very much.  You are always in our hearts,  Robin.  FRIENDS OF ROBIN  Pre-Hallowe'en  party thanks  I should like lo take this  opportunity to express my thanks  and I'm sure Ihe thanks of all the  other guests, to our homemakers  for the most pleasant pre-Hal-  lowe'en party they organized for  us on Oct. 26.  We were picked up by car  from our homes early and driven  to Sechelt where the parly was  held in the large room at the  Sechelt Indian Band theatre complex. ,.  "Mental Games" had been  devised that encouraged conversation, laughter and recognition  of old friends not met every day.  Story readings gave us all a  humorous interval to regroup.  Guessing games involving name  tags of characters probably belter  known to the older guests than to  Iheir younger hosts caused plenty  of laughter, memories and conversation.  A lunch was provided and  greatly appreciated, including  many little treats few of the  f '������ ������-    W  tWsfWW W WW  RUBBERSTAMPS* STATIONARy ��� SUPPLIES ��� TYPEWRITERS ��� TELEPHONE SYSTEMS ��� SERVICE  ��� Mobility  Authorittd tutelar  OFFICE ELECTROHICS  5484 Trail Ave, Seclielt�� 885-3735  Sunshine Kayaking Ltd. It  Rainbow Voyager Charters  offer  3^k/aic/totf%liM  Winter colonies of  Golden Eyes, Marbled  Murrelets, Scoters, Oyster  Catchers, Harlequins,  Western Grebes,  Cormorants, Eagles, Pigeon  Guillemots, Old Squaws,  Surf Birds, Black Turn  Stones, to name some of the  more common varieties.  These guided day  tours can be experienced  aboard our motor launch or  by tea kayak.  MoiVs Loin, Gibions Harbour  mSunihim Coait K  Call: 1-604-886-9760  guests presently make for themselves.  Meantime a table full of  pumpkins was rapidly being converted to a convention of Hallowe'en masks, all ready for the  candles.  On leaving these were presented to us to take home, ready  for Ihe big evening of Ocl. 31.  (Since then I have installed my  candle and lit it for a pre-Hal-  lowe'en viewing. It's great).  Then once more we were  driven back home by our hosts,  who were the recipients of our  gratitude. True to their code, the  homemakers had not left the hall  until it was all tidied up, all  garbage removed and tables  replaced. I know I represent all  the "clients" when I express my  thanks publicly in recognition of  the generous spirit and thoughtful  care, of our homemakers here on  the peninsula.  DOROTHY WORTMAN  Gibsons  Follow up on  speeders  The following letter to the  Gibsons RCMP detachment was  received by the Coast News for  publication  As a group of citizens concerned for the safety of our children, we wish to bring to your  attention the issue of fast moving  automobiles illegally passing  school buses as they stop to load  or unload school children.  With all due credit to the bus  drivers, they often pull off the  road wherever safely possible  and wave traffic on before opening the school bus doors, thus  keeping traffic moving.  These dedicated drivers are  working unde .onditions of  extreme distraction and to be  able to concentrate on the traffic  and road conditions requires a  good deal of calm, focus,  patience and 360 degree vision.  The safety of Ihe passengers is  the drivers' primary consideration and Ihey should be applauded for the fine job they do each  day. Our concern in this instance,  lies with vehicles passing a  school bus stopped on the road  with ils caution indicator lights  flashing and a stop sign strapped  out on the driver's side of Ihe  bus.  It is our understanding that  due to the quickwittedness of the  bus drivers, a description of lhe  vehicle and licence plate number  is written down and reported lo  the RCMP al the end of the day.  So far, so good. Now comes  the hilch. No followup on ihis  information is made by the  RCMP. If in fact, this is true, we  would like to know why?  As parents and as drivers, we  were made dramatically aware of  the speeding problem here in our  own community, the Nation of  Roberts Creek, early in September as we rushed lo have our students to school on lime. Thanks  to Ihe time and effort of the  RCMP most drivers now observe  the 30 km/h speed limit through  Ihe posted school zones. The  point has been made and well  taken.  But what about the kilometres  of highways and byways  between school zones lhat presenl potential hazards to school  bus drivers and their passengers  every day? Speeding is becoming  more and more of a problem on  all roads of the Sunshine Coast  and as one of the kindergarten  bus drivers said, "Ihey better do  something about it before il is loo  late and we have a fatality."  It is up to us as drivers to  respect Ihe laws protecting ourselves and our children on these  routes and to drive safely.  We feel it is up to the RCMP  to patrol not only Ihe obvious  posted school zones, but also the  highways and byways.  As parents of the Roberts  Creek elementary school PAC  we are willing to support the bus  drivers in whatever ways we can.  As representatives of our law  enforcement agency we ask you  to track down and press charges  on Ihe reported speeding violators now.  This gross negligence has got  to stop. In an attempt to increase  the public's awareness of this  serious and potentially fatal driving violation, copies of this letter  will be sent to the local newspapers. With all due respect we  look forward to the old adage in  which the Mountie "always gets  his man."  MEMBERS OF THE  ROBERTS CREEK  ELEMENTARY PAC  Gratitude expressed  I'm writing this on behalf of  all Ihe shut-ins in gratitude to two  special people in our communily  who need recognition. . ,  On Hallowe'en for the past  eight years (I've lost count) a  special lady and now her new  husband come around to Totem  Lodge, St. Mary's Hospital and  Shorncliffe in costume and hand  out treats to everyone. Whal significance it makes to all the  patients. They are so delighted.  Helene and Jim Doskocil, we all  thank you and appreciate your  visits.  STAFF AND NURSES  Take TIME OUT and join us for  MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL  with Qgl* 6pm SHARP  (MTOItMt :tl  GREEN BAY PACKERS  AT  CHICAGO REARS  .%  t     H0TWING8  (V   H0TD0G8  SPECIALS ��� PRIZES  SIG SCREEN ACTION  LIVE VIA SATELLITE!  Join tha QBI fun 4 receive  A FREE HOT DOG  with oach PlayrMakari  Hoad of Govl Dock-Gibaona Landing  PUB HOURS Mon-Sat 10-12am, Sun 11-12am  Opan 7 dayiawMk 886-8215  r * WI���Hi* 666-6669 ��� OPEN EVERYDAY 9am-11pm  COAST*NEWS  lZ  Serving the Sunshine Coast  from Egmont to Port Mellon  - since 1945  . .  -'- -       -        - ��� -��� ��� -���-        - l A  L Coast News, October 31, 1994  community  ilL                          4 i  3|  4      aS _t-  ^^    ^ JaaTI     ' Wm  ^^��** ^^RBSi^^HHB  Langdale  L^M K' -. fn'-'i  =tt**^fc .M^aBl  i\  elementary  Hf   i( kdtVWi  M      m _M        _P __*_  The Gibsons and District  RHp' s US  Rotary Club members lent  ���N     is  their support to the Langdale  f^fl^M  School Festival last week,  m    \ -a UUP  �����  donating - and helping to  Mr. --���'. 1/^H  k  .< /( *  plant - a Chojuro pear tree in  the schoolyard. The festival  I k^Ot-ml  included a pancake breakfast,  ^mkal'^M  used goods sales and bike  ^^R       k*��.i-j^^^U tAmAa!  ft" ^^^KXf^l  racing, and raised close to  Hk4   /     fl�� BT'V  I^^^^H  $2000.  Joel Johnstone photo  A. aKU  Hfr W f'''H  ,  george In gibsons  by George Cooper  Suspense, suspense. Death Trap by the  Driftwood Players this October gave us just  lhat. Let's see, Iwo deftly executed murders  and one assist. Quite a score that kept us at  seat edge all evening.  And it was the actors, not Ihe mediocre  script, that conjured up that suspense, that  made Ihe whole Ihing scarily real. Commendations to them all, a veritable professional  performance indeed. Too bad the character  portrayed by Diane Evans was done in so  soon in the action; she is so natural, so convincing in any part we have seen her in. The  stage set, too, was splendid. What a display of  talent this company has made.  Not a whodunit but a whydunit. The  motives, a crass greed and a splash or two of  jealousy were revealed a tidbit at a time. An  aside here, whereas the audience witnessed  Ihe murders without audible shock, there was  robarts creek  a loud gasp when the two male characters  fondly embraced. We're nol quite ready it  would seem for extended definitions of marriage. The play ends on a wry note - the murders are likely to occur again for the same corrupting greed.  Playtime reminds us of the dragged-out  project putting the Womens Institute Hall into  use as a theatre, forum or conference centre.  Now with a sound foundation and complete  on the outside it remains a challenge to our  community lo provide the funds to complete  the auditorium seating and the interior finish.  Donalions are tax deductible. Have you a  fundraising idea? Call the secretary at 886-  9310 or wrile PO Box 1337, Gibsons.  Schools  Cedar Grove PAC elected this year's executive at the September meeting. Co-chairs are  Michelle Keats and Jeanette Huget; vice chair,  Bobbie Huigsloot; secretary, Angel Kroning;  treasurer, Tracey Forrest; volunteers coordinator, Sue Duxbury and fundraising coordinator,  Barb Kanegeisser.  Gibsons elementary will hold its Parents  Interaction meetings on the evenings of Nov.  3 and 23. The second evening continues the  discussion on that special subject - reporting  to parents. In the library at 7:30 pm.  Langdale has some thank-yous in its  newsletter we are happy to repeal: To the  Stewart family for a gift of books for the  library; to SuperValu for the pancake makings  for last Saturday's fest; to the Gibsons Lions  and K&E Towing for bringing the club's food  dispensing trailer to the school for the fest; to  Sue Fitchell fore taking on the chair of the  new Health and Safety Committee; to Gloria  Howe for taking on the job of adding up the  collected grocery tapes; and to the generous  people in Langdale for the perennials for the  plant sale at the fest.  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  Tonight is the night! Beware,  for in every corner of the Creek,  ghosts, goblins, witches and the  like will be darting about on the  prowl for tricks and treats.  Please drive slowly and with  extra caution.  Library news  Most of us own cameras, few  ofl*' take good pictures without  a big dose of luck. If you would  like to hone your photographic  skills pay a visit to our an section next to the rear door.  Besides a few useful single  books you will find the 17 volume Time/Life Library of Pho  tography and five of their Photographic Year Books. These  books are being neglected and  we feel they would be of help to  many.  Adventure playground  Recently the school has been  advised by SCRD director Brett  McGillivray lhat the district has  increased the grant to the school.  This will allow the school to  have a playground (phase 1 of  2), a hard surface, multi-purpose  play area (to be used as a tennis  court by lhe community outside  of school hours) and in addition  another hard surface play area  which can be used by skateboarders after school is oul. The  school will continue to work  wilh Ihe regional district and the  maintenance department and  hopes to have these projects  completed and in place as soon  as possible.  The fundraising committee  that has been sel up will continue to raise funds needed for the  second phase of the adventure  playground.  Dance  There will be a dance on Friday, Nov. 4 at the Roberts Creek  school gym (no minors) beginning at 8 pm. This promises to  be a neat event as two bands  have been arranged. Fear of  Drinking, Vancouver's newest  and hottest folk act provide  energy, humour and are very  entertaining. A Cariboo folk  country band, Murray Boal and  Friends, will also be on hand to  provide a variety of music and  sounds. They are well known for  their music videos. Tickets are  $8 and are available at the General Store or the school. All proceeds to support the new adventure playground,,  Hospital auxiliary  Just a reminder that lhe auxiliary will hold its annual Christmas bazaar Ihis Saturday, Nov. 5  at the Roberts Creek hall. Doors  open at 11 am and the festivities  continue to 1:30 pm.  Chopping the World in Gibsons Landing  280 Go**r Point RJ. ��� 886-7455  There's someone waiting for you  Take care. On and off the job.  labor and management working together  for health and safety in the community.  s IWA       BC Forrtt  " C*Md��  Induttry  By Jon  McRae  GCTTIIKAHOME  If you ate in the market for a  new home on the Sunshine  Coast, it has probably occurred  to you that purchasing a house is  possibly the most complicated  consumer transaction you will  ever make. You may wonder  how you can be certain that the  plumbing, heating system, wiring  and hot water tank will work  after you have purchased the  home. One way to ensure peace  of mind is to arrange for a  professional home inspection  before you finalize the  transaction.  The home inspector doesn't decide  whether the house pusses or falls,  but can give yuu some Idea of  what you aie buying. They can  determine if the house Is  structurally sound, check out all of  the major systems and see that  they are in woiking otdcr, and on  give ynu an estimate of their life  expectancies. The inspector can  abo explain how such features as  the circuit breaker or emergency  water cutoff valve woik. Most  inspeciois will he happy to meel  wilh you on site for the last half  hour of wlul is generally a 2 1/2 lo  J-hour inspection and review the  pertinent information with you.  The inspection process can assist  you In making an informed buying  decision and can help you know  how to budget for any  improvements you may want lo  nuke on the pnunity.  If you are considering a move,  contact...  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PLAZA  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME    Jim Bain 885-4572  MAVERICK COACH LINES  Daily Service to Vancouver  Leaving:  Powell River  Madeira Park  Sechelt  Upper Gibsons  8:15am & 4:30pm  10:45am & 6:45pm  11:35am & 7:30pm  11:55am & 7:55pm  Sponsored by:  ld�����   ���   ���.  ���   _   ���      CUP & SAVE I  ClxalcUck  /Slews  Nov 4 ��� Interim Reports mailed  Not 14 -17 ��� Parent - Teacher Interviews: 2:00 - 4MOpm  (call for appointment time)  Early .Dismissal 1:45pm - buses leave school  approximately at 2:00pm  Not 4 ��� Community Interaction Day ��� no classes  Ner 9 ��� Cholrfest 1994 7Mpm - Choirs from  Chatelech, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park,  Cedar Grove, Roberts Creek, Chorolations.  Not 11 ��� Remembrance Day - no classes  Not 17 ��� Parent's Advisory Council Meeting  7:30pm m Chatelech Library  Ne? 23 ��� Community Interaction Workshops 7ffl -  9*)Opm - Sessions on preventing substance  abuse and youth violence. Students, parents,  and community members welcome.  Nor 24 ��� Pro-D- no classes  Dec 13 ��� Musk Concert  This year's PAC Exccative:  Ga-dMbli Patu Kennedy, Hlimy Esterjaard ��� Secretary: Cathy Smtder  Treasurer: Deborah Mcllrath ��� Hot Lunch Coordinator. Ulrlkt Unit  Bring your boat in for winterizing 4 storage and  we'll make sure it's properly serviced for the winter  for  MASTER TECHNICIAN ft CERTIFIED MECHANICS  CALL TIDELINE MARINE LTD.  TIDELINE  MARINE  885-4141  community  Hallowe'en...expect the unexpected  On Hallowe'en children can be so  focussed on ihe pleasures of dressing up in a  scary costume and trick-or-lreating wilh Iheir  friends lhal Ihey can forget all about safety.  Parents and motorists need to take most of Ihe  responsibility for making this a safe and  happy Hallowe'en.  If you're driving on Hallowe'en, remember lo:  Slay alerl and slow down. Excited children  may not remember to stop, look and listen  before crossing Ihe street.  Expect the unexpected.  Be particularly cautious when cars are  parked along the side of the road. Eager Irick-  or-trealers could suddenly run out into traffic  from between the parked cars.  If there are children crossing the street, be  patient. Costumes could impair their ability to  get oul of Ihe way quickly.  If your children are going trick-or-lreating:  Be sure they are visible to motorists.  Light-coloured costumes, reflective strips on  the costumes and a flashlight help to ensure  that they can be seen.  Use face makeup, rather than a mask, as  pari of Ihe costume. That way, children can  see approaching traffic and other potential  hazards. Make sure Ihe costume allows freedom of movement and is short enough that  the child doesn't trip on it.  Have children complete their trick-or-treal-  ing calls at houses on one side of the street  before crossing to the other side. Remind  them not to cross in the middle of the block,  but only at intersections or crosswalks.  sechelt scenario  Coast CF chapter closes  Sunshine Coast Cystic Fibrosis chapter chair Elva Dinn officially  closed the nationally recognized chapter early last week citing  personal and health reasons. Joel Johnstone photo  dockside davls bay  by Margaret Watt  885-3364 or 885-0335  Sechelt branch members of  the hospital auxiliary are busy  these days getting ready for their  annual fall bazaar.  The bazaar will be held Saturday, Nov. 5 in the new Seniors  Hall, from 11 am to 2 pm.  Just a reminder, baking is still  needed, also any white elephant  items and books would be greatly  appreciated.  If you can donate any of the  above please drop them off at the  hall before 10 am on the day of  the bazaar.  Bridge Info  Merry-go-round bridge luncheon, put on by the hospital  auxiliary for Sechelt and Roberts  Creek was a success. The highest  scorers were Nora Bakken and  Helen McCormick.  Jane Davidson and Sheila  Carlson took the honours and  Dorothy Bruce took home the  bingo prize.  Convenors Phil Smallwood  and Margaret Humm wish all the  players a successful and enjoyable season and would like to  remind them that having fun is  the most important part of the  game.  Next April another merry-go-  round luncheon will be held and  the convenors look forward lo  seeing all the familiar faces  again.  Fashion show  The Sunshine Coast Business  and Professional Women's Club  is hosting its annual fashion  show at the Raven's Cry Thealre  on Nov. 5 al 7:30 pm.  The theme for Ihis year's  show is Festivals of the World. It  should be mentioned that the  SCBPW every year gives a bursary to a mature female student.  For tickets or more info call 885-  9802.  Tickets are $15 each.  Garden Club meeting  Carmen will be showing you  how lo arrange flowers so they  look simply gorgeous at the  meeting of the Sechelt Garden  Club on Wednesday, Nov. 2 at  7:30 pm in St. Hilda's Church  hall. All are welcome to attend.  Retirement joy  Happy retirement to Sechelt  resident Nick VanVelzen who is  due to retire the end of this  month. Enjoy it, Nick.  Reminder  For all of you who have not  been able to get in touch with me  at my home number, no, I  haven't been out gallivanting or  goofing off.  I've been at work. I've included my work number on the  by Jo-Anne Sheanh. 885-3629  Tonight is Hallowe'en, the night ghosts  and goblins, witches and warlocks prowl Ihe  streets looking for treats. It seems that in later  years, more and more adults are taking part in  the festivities by dressing in sophisticated  costumes. One fellow I talked to told me his  lady is portraying Medusa, while he is going  as Perseus, the man, who according to Greek  mythology, slew her. Interesting.  The Thrift Shop continues to be a treasure  trove for costumes for young and old and  offers an interesting selection of goodies. It's  amazing how ingenious people are - old  clothes and pieces of fabric are suddenly  transformed into magical costumes and for  one evening, people are children again.  FRESH.  FRESH,  FRESH!  i   Don your hat  Don your deer stalker cap, Sherlock, here's  your chance to do some detective work. Two  or three months ago, a gentleman named Bill  White chanced to meel and talk with a lady in  Trail Bay Mall. During their conversation the  name Clayton Mack came up. It seems Mr.  Mack, who has recently passed away, wrote a  best seller called White Guys and Grizzlies  and another called Bella Coola Man and Bill  had both books.  The lady promptly told Bill she was from  Bella Coola, had known Clayton Mack and  would be most interested to read his book.  Bill offered to lend them to her and has now  located them. Unfortunately he has forgotten  the lady's name but remembers she said she  . -  lived in Davie Bey; Bill called me and Haid I  would pass it on lo you via the colurtin. If you  are she or you know who this mystery lady is  please call Bill at 885-7915 or me at 885-  3629. When all else fails try your community  column - another service the Coast News provides.  I attended my first Christmas craft sale last  Saturday and was impressed with the extraordinary array of crafts offered, another example of Ihe diverse and gifted talent we have  here on the Sunshine Coast. Don't forget the  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary fall bazaar this  coming Saturday, Nov. 5 at the Seniors Hall  in Sechelt, 11 to 2 pm and the Roberts Creek  hall from 11 to 1:30 pm. Start your Christmas  shopping early.  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  ��� Kgs*"uS3  ^ECHELT PENINSULA  rxrwi���  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Fireworks bus  Arrangements have been  made for a bus from Halfmoon  Bay school to Cooper's Green  on Hallowe'en night. This is to  avoid parking problems which  cause congestion on Redrooffs  Road which can be dangerous  for the small children running  around the area on what is generally a dark rainy night. The  bus will leave the school at 6:30  and 6:40 pm so there will be lots  of room for everyone. Leave  your car at home and go with the  kids to enjoy Ihe fireworks and  party which is hosted annually  by the Halfmoon Bay Volunteer  Fire Department.  Don'l forget to dress up for  the occasion and join in the fun.  The bus will also lake you back  to the school. This is the first  year that this service will be  '�� available and it has been made  ' possible by the kind sponsorship  I of Swanson's Ready-Mix, Fab  ��� Logging, Clayton's Heritage  J   Market, Sussex Realty and Half  moon Bay Word Processing. A  special lhanks to these good people.  There is a monthly newsletter  put out by Ihe school which  gives lots of information on  what is going on in the area and  at the school. It is available to  the public and copies can be  picked up either at the school or  at Fawn Road Market as well as  the Halfmoon Bay Store. A new  one is due at the beginning of  November, so don't forget lo  pick up your copy.  Hospital auxiliary  The next regular meeting of  the Halfmoon Bay branch of St.  Mary's Hospital auxiliary will  be Monday, Nov. 14 at Welcome Beach Hall, time is 10 am.  The group is busy preparing for  the annual bazaar sale at Trail  Bay Mall on Nov. 26 which  helps raise funds for patient  comfort at Ihe hospital.  Your support is always welcome, be it either by donations  or by just being a customer and  buying lots of your Christmas  Leave Langdale  620 am       2:90  8:30 4:90 pm  10:30 6:90  12:25 pm M 8:2011  M   ^M^L MbmM _k_t  Leevo Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am    3:90  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  Laave Earls Cove  6:40 am      4:90 pm  8:20 8:90  10:30 9:90  1225 pmM   10:20 M  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am    9:90 pm  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  9:90 M  7:90  0-20  MIA$imA*mH*mtAa**ae\OtAW,lmaiTie^  9,10,D��c21,___, ��,rr.lA IW4,** K. IS, IM7,M<y 19.20.2U2,1W5 iMwJjflCo^JOimLweSjImvBiylJOi  [  SUSSEX  REALTY  J  I IIC TOI'SI |[.|\(  liwt me usmo itAoe* at taus or noma a wkwwy)  immmm^m^^m\V^b^SS^'X*^2i*^m  ee,**       T*  ^  CaH ua for    ScchrkbtkMMW  your FREE    CJAsmtt ��� Carole M-JMl  .I/I.& StthekflnMnooly)  ItTJormmttom.   MMrM5-33*0  Just  moved?  Bride  to be?  New Baby? **  M/ELCOME^ph  r WAGON  f V SINCE 1930  gifts. You can be sure of finding  something different at auxiliary  bazaars.  At the hall  The fall giant flea market,  plant and bake sale al Welcome  Beach hall will be on Sunday,  Nov. 13 so now is the time to  start collecting items such as  those gorgeous treasures, plants  and baked goods. If you would  like to rent a table for this popular event call Al at 885-3305 or  Franz 885-4590.  For those of you who v/ish to  take out membership in the Welcome Beach Community Association, Ihe fee is a mere $3 and  can be mailed io Joyce McMa-  hon, Box 19 Southwood, RR1,  Halfmoon Bay, BCVON 1Y0.  Elva quits  ll came as no surprise to learn  lhat Elva Dinn of Redrooffs  Road had finally decided to give  up her leadership of the  fundraising for the Canadian  Cystic Fibrosis Foundation on  Ihe Sunshine Coasl.  Elva has given so much of  her energy to this project for the  pasl 10 years that the time has  finally come when that energy is  required for dealing with her  own and husband Jim's health.  She has had a bout wilh cancer bul is actually making good  progress in her recovery, but  more of her time is needed to be  spent with Jim whose eyesight  has been affected by his illness.  The lime has come for this couple lo lake care of one another  and lo know that we are all  grateful for whal ihey bolh have  done in the fight for a cure for  Cystic Fibrosis.  . Coast News, October 31,1994  community  Volunteers aid in Pender 'egg take'  Thirty Pender Harbour residents of all ages gathered Ihis  Saturday along the shore property of Jack and Diane Riley for  their annual "egg lake" from  Anderson Creek estuary. During  this five-hour aclion, volunteers  obtained eggs and sperm from  chum salmon, fertilized the eggs,  and installed them in their volunteer-run hatchery at Lions Park.  Salmon fry will hatch in April  and be returned to lhe creek.  Two-thirds of the assembled  group were commercial fishers.  Others include sports fishers and  general nature lovers. Volunteers' egg-taking experience  ranges from veteran to first-  timer. Billy Griffith, head of Pender Harbour and District Wildlife  Society's salmon enhancement  project, said "I'm always glad to  see newcomers."  It took the experienced hand  of Dave Malcolm to run his  motorized skiff and set out the  Wildlife Society's shallow 150-  yard-long net. But once it's open  end was towed in, everyone  grabbed on and pulled the two  ends ashore. Soon the school was  concentrated enough to for each  10-pound struggling fish to be  lifted out separately from the  splashing, churning mass.  Male salmon were carried to  an expert to be "milked" of some  sperm and then let go. Females  has to be felt by someone who  could tell by belly softness  whether she was ready to spawn.  If "ripe" she was killed and bled;  if not, released. Only about 40  Volunteers turned out in force to help Department of Fisheries and Oceans and the Pender Harbour  Lions Club Hatchery harvest eggs and sperm from Oyster Bay. Joel Johnstone photo  per cent of the school was selected; the rest were let go.  All adult chum salmon die  after spawning. Grant McBain,  Community Advisor who supervised the project, explained,  "Eggs taken by the volunteers  have about 90 per cent chance of  hatching, whereas in the wild  Iheir chance would be about 10  per cent." Besides chum, Ihe  Wildlife Society also enhances  coho salmon when they enter the  streams later and are caught in  fish traps. Chum salmon are  important to cohos: their juveniles furnish food for coho fry,  and take off much of their pressure from predators.  After enough sperm was gathered and the net emptied, Pender  Harbour workers stripped the  dead "ripe" females of their eggs.  With newer volunteers holding  Ihem steady, "old hands" carefully slit each chum to remove two  skeins of bright red roe into a  pail.  Once the eggs were in pails,  some volunteers drove them to  the hatchery with the containers  of sperm. There, they mixed  sperm into Ihe egg pails, quickly  rinsed the eggs in fresh water and  poured them into an incubation  box where water gently flows  past.  In total 193,000 eggs were  gathered on Saturday from eighty  females, and a similar number of  males. Still, that does not quite  reach the 250,000 the Fisheries  Department considers optimal.  Pender Harbour Wildlife will do  another egg-take next week.  Mfgmj IHIS NEWSPAPER  ��� �������������������� m* ma. am mm mt am arm mm am am ������  $ft   _%���������$& ��& *%%���<_%  UPCOMING MM  MtlGiAHCei  Htt^V*M��CttU/Ml  AW"'  if  .  Mm  ^f***" 1  I  <  K  fM  w  W*g^A    **  sr  Wedded  T ������  '^ttttttt***0'  bliss  y-  ���*^.  Newly weds  r-  John and Sarah  ���        %  Holliday tied  ii>,#flta!��M��  1  ,.  Pender  Harbour last  '  week  . *  pholo submitted  .  iwsnar^v^F**?  M  Wi.*. y-  j_\_Z^^l'  by Debbie Roosen, 883-2920  Well those windy and rainy  days sure make you want to wear  a warm sweater and snuggle up  nexy to a burning fire with a good  movie, book or mate. Or else if  you enjoy the wind then go outside and let your hair down and  get tousled about.  The correct singer for the meat  draw Nov. 5 is Scottish singer  John Forrest who will entertain  after the meat draw. Vacuum-  - .. patted roast beef worth $60 will  be raffled al $1 per ticket.  Smorgasbord for Val  A benefit smorgasbord is to be  held at the Anglican Church at  6:30 pm Nov. 12.  PH Lions Club  A pancake breakfast for  Remembrance Day will be held  from 8 am to 12 pm Sunday,  Nov. 6 at the Lions Hall.  PH Ladies Auxiliary...  Will be holding a muffin sale  and coffee at the legion Nov. 19,  11 am. Six door prizes to be won,  tickets are $1.50.  Breast clinic...  Monday to Friday call for  appointment at 883-3764,9 am to  3:30 pm.  Homecoming dance  _    Nov. 19, band is Spare Parts  (Snuffy and the Gang). Tickets  h on sale fofthe fishWnrtft Nov. 1'  '   lo 6, tickets for the public Nov. 7  to 8. Call only on those days, 6 to  10 pm 883-2908 or 883-9153.  Annual golf tournament..  is on Nov. 6 or 13 depending  on the weather. All fishermen and  ' their guests are welcome. Please  call Rob for booking for fun and  golf.  Thursday, November 3rd  BILL BOURNE &  SHANNON JONSON  Roberts Creek Hail 8pm  Tickets $15  Info 886-0485  Saturday, November 5th  4th ANNUAL  ROTARY AUCTION  5pm -11:30pm  on Cable 11  Watch the Coast News & Coast News Weekender  for details on all these upcoming events & ticket info.  CUP  ��  8AVE  To advertise In this  Call our Sechelt office at 885-3930  or our Gibsons office at 886-2622  .Hn  egmont news  by Lisa Llghtbourne  883-2018  Lynn's taking a break from  the column so we're going to  give it a try (Greg and myself).  Thanks for the good reading  Lynn! We've only lived in  Egmont for one year so this will  give us a chance to gel to know  the community better. Any  input or info, give us a call.  Welcome  Welcome to Marcus DeZwa-  ger who has moved into the A-  frame on Egmont Road, kin lo  the Hunts of Ruby Lake.  Thanks for sweatin' it out in  Ihe thrift store last week, Marcus.  All the trimmings  Hydro has been doing a lot  of trimming along the roadside  powerlines so maybe if we get  some heavy winds this year  falling trees won't cause as  many power outages. They are  leaving some good firewood  behind in Ihe process if you're  in need.  Recent rain  The recent rains have  brought forlh lots of mush-  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Le��f four aits it hnmrwWlil*.  M/AnkwJare  MtaOtfttoiattdKtTtmrtotl  Indoor HidtMdYimllMnlHuiiM  Itpakt Home Chtck of Lht-ta Smtoe  CAI1SHARON 885-2228  y^C*ub*H*v��'WAAik  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branches Coeet To Coest  rooms. It's an interesting outing  if you have a good mushroom  identifying book. Walking the  trail you can see so many different varieties.  A friend tipped us off to the  chanterelle, a good eating mushroom.  Be sure though to always  double check the variety before  consuming any wild mushroom.  Hallowe'en  Don't forget about October  31 in Egmont.  The Hallowe'en festivities  start with refreshments, jack-o-  lantern carving and other fun  stuff for the kiddies, and on  over lo the school yard for a  bonfire and fireworks display.  Putter is going to pick up 10  pumpkins donated by Gunner  from his organic garden.  Thanks to you both. So paint  your face Egmont and join in  Ihe fun.  Red balloon  Egmont moms, dads and  kids, the Red Balloon playgroup  starts up Thursday, Nov. 3 at St.  Andrews Church in the Harbour  from 9 to 11 am.  It will be every Thursday  morning (except holidays),  same time, same place until late  spring.  The fee is $1 per child,  something fun to do on those  cold, rainy Thursday mornings.  break-in  Some disturbing news - Vera  Grafton called and said that on  Oct. 20 while she was away she  believes her trailer was broken  into through a back window.  Vera says a teapot was missing  that was of great sentimental  value, along with some other  items out of her cupboards. She  would appreciate it if anyone  who saw anything suspicious  would give her a call.  WX^Be  OCCUPATIONAL FIRST AID LEVEL 3  (formerly Industrial First Aid)  November 14 - November SS ��� Monday ��� Friday days  INSTRUCTOR  Jenny Campbell, Experienced Instructor  High Pass Rate* Part Time Ambulance Paramcdk 7 yean ��� Gibsons  ROCKWOOD LODGE, SECHELT  Samaritan Training Agency Ltd.  Gerald Sullivan  Owner/Instructor level t  Authorised Dealer of St. John Ambulance Supplies  885-0804  j-tXlTsfiK  Bistrict of ��>f elicit  P.O.Bo��129,a45lnWAwnua,Ssdm,aC.VW3*0 Tefcphons(804)M6-HW Fte|��H)M6-75H  MUNICIPAL MEMO  REGULAR COUNCIL  NtMtnbfrlSM  Wednesday, November 2nd and 16th,  1994 at 7:30 p.m. In the Council  Chamber, Municipal Hall, S54S Inlet  Avenue.  Committee Meeting  Dates  November 1994  Harbour Authority Committee  Wednesday November 2,1994 at 2:00  Public Works/ Engineering Committee  Thuraday, November 3,1994 at 2:30 p.m.  followed by Parks, Recreation and Arena  Committee  Finance and Corporal* Services  Wednesday, November 9,1994 at 2:00  p.m.  Environment Committee  Tuesday, November 22,1994 at 1:00 p.m.  folowed by Planning Committee at 2:00 p.m.  Community Liaison Committee  Wednesday, November 23th at 2:30 p.m.  followed by Economic Development  Committee  Removal of Boat and  frailer  A boat and trailer have been removed  from the Porpoise Bay Government  Wharf parking lot. The owner may contact  the Harbour Manager/ Bylaw  Enforcement Officer at 885-1986  Citizens and Community  Associations  As part of its ongoing efforts to keep itself  informed about the neede and  expectations of the citizens, Council  encourages all citizens to work with your  community association representatives.  Let them know how you feel. Tell them  how your neighbourhood and the District  might be improved. Help them to  communicate your problems or issues. A  list of community association contacts is  posted on the message board at the  entrance to the Municipal Hall on Inlet  Avenue.  This initiative in no way should  discourage any citizen who wishes to  approach Council or staff directly with any  problem or comments they may have. We  can be reached at 885-1986. Thank you  for your participation in helping us to  improve the District of Sechelt.  Sunshine Heights  Owners' & Residents'  Association  General Meeting  Tuesday, November 8,1994  In the Banquet Room  at the Sechelt Arena at 7:30 p.m.  All area residents are cordially invited to  attend this meeting - you do not have to  be a member of S.H.O.R.A. Mitittitt of  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the District  of Sechelt has received applications to amend  Zoning Bylaw 25,1987, and Official  Community Plan Bylaw No. 22,1987:  Sublect 1: Zoning Amendment Bylaw  Na. 25-69,984  Official Community Plan Bvlaw  Nw.22-40.1W4  Block 15, District Lot 1471 NWD, Plan 3660  located at Reef Road and identified on the  map attached as "Schedule A" which forms  part of these Bylaws is proposed for reclassification in the Official Community Plan from  Residential to Public Institution and for rezoning from Residential 1 (R-1) to Park,  Recreation, and Assembly (PA -1) so as to  provide development potential for a church  and school.  13  12 0 ho  L.1471  15606  2  EX.12497  p. mn  19  P.      47B3  T  mmm-*\ am  ________     Zonlno Amendment Bylew  ____________  Lot B, Block 5, District Lot 303 NWD, Plan  LMP8698 located at Wharf Ave. and Cowrie  Street and identified on the map attached as  "Schedule A" which forms part of this Bylaw  is proposed for rezoning from Commercial 2  (C - 2) to Park, Recreation, and Assembly  (PA -1) which will bring the existing park use  into conformity with the zoning bylaw.  Sublect 3 cont'd  Sublect S cont'd  SuUttLA     Zonlno Amendment pylyw  Ng.28-M.1W4  East 1/2 of Lot 3, Block 4, District Lot 1471  NWD, Plan 3660 located at Ripple Way and  identified on the map attached as "Schedule  A" which forms part of this Bylaw is proposed  for rezoning from Rural 2 (RR - 2) to  Residential 1 (R -1) which will provide subdivision potential and will permit one or two  dwellings per lot under certain circumstances.  SuUltttH      Official Community _\__  Amendment Bvlaw  Nfl.22-M.1W4  That Block C of Block 15, District Lot 1331  NWD, Plan 20923; and Block 16, District Lot  1331 NWD, Plan 6223; and Lot H, District Lot  1331 NWD, Plan 18108 as shown in bold line  on schedule "A" shall become part of  Development Permit Area 5 (Downtown  Central Business District and Apartment  Area) so that Development Permit Area 5 will  be amended as shown in bold dashed line on  Schedule "B" to Bylaw 22 - 38 with the effect  that development on the above properties will  have to comply with the guidelines for that  Development Permit Area.  ________     Official Community Plan  Aimndmmt Bvliw  Nfl.22-M.1W4  The area of Sandy Hook Road outlined in  bold line shown on Schedule "A" be designed  as Development Permit Area 8 which will provide guidelines for the protection of the natural environment of the watercourse known as  Davis Brook.  SufilftCLfc     Official Community Plap  Amtndnunt Bylaw  \_________m  That Lot A, District Lot 1438, Plan 7472 as  shown in bold line on Schedule "A" be designated as Development Permit Area 9 which  will establish objectives and the provision of  guidelines for the form and character of the  multi-family residential development.  TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a public  Hearing for the purpose of hearing all persons who believe their interest in property is  affected by the proposed bylaws is scheduled  as follows:  Date:      Tuesday, November 15th, 1994  Time:      7:00 pm  Place:     Senior Citizen's Association of  B.C. Hall  5604 Trail Avenue, Sechelt B.C.  The foregoing is a synopsis of the bylaws  only, rather than an interpretation. Written  submissions regarding the proposed bylaws  will also be received. These submissions may  be submitted at the Public Hearing or should  be received in the District of Sechelt  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt,  B.C. VON 3A0, (facsimilie number ��� 885-  7591) forty-eight hours prior to the hearing.  No further information or representations can  be considered by the Council after the Public  hearing is terminated.  The bylaws may be inspected at the District  of Sechelt Municipal Hall during office hours,  from October 31st to November 15th,  Monday through Friday, excepting holidays,  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Telephone enquiries  should be directed to the QaooiOfl  Department of the District of Sechelt at  885-1966.  Please note that Subjects 1 to 5 were heard  at the Public Hearing called for October 3rd,  1994. As that hearing did not have a quorum  of council, the minutes from that hearing will  be brought forward to the Public hearing on  November 15th 1994 so that comments  received on October 3rd will be entered into  the record. New submissions will also be  heard.  Michael P. Vaughan  Municipal Clerk on behalf of the District of  Sechelt.  .!       |  'f.i 11;  ' ''"' '���'���'" i. ���    :    '.'. .'..;'.���: ���.'.:.  ..���_���-.   . .���.       . : I  -     -    :      ���  iM Coast News, October 31, 1994  11  leisure  Fashionable fun  Gibsons Landing  Merchants Association  members pulled their  fashionable resources  together to present a  brunch and fashion walk at  the Howl At The Moon  restaurant last week. The  show featured tailored  creations, hairstyles and  accessories for both men  and women.  Simonc Carlysle-Smith pholo  Pender Kim Duo show a 'winner'  i+i  Human Resources  Development Canada  Developpernenf des  ressources humaines Canada  Staff at the Sunshine Coast  Canada Employment Centre  are pleased to announce a new information  service now available at their olfice.  Residents of the Sunshine Coast will now be  able to obtain information about and application  forms for the following benefits:  CANADA PENSION PLAN  OLD AGE SECURITY  CHILD TAX BENEFIT  In addition, staff will accept and review for  completion all of the above forms.  For more information about this new service,  contact the  Sunshine Coast Canada Employment Centre  PO Box 1520, USS Sunshine Coait Hwy  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0  Telephone 885-2722 ��� Pax 885-5436  CanadS  by Allan Crane  Pender had a winner. There was $2 million worth of violin in Pender Harbour  Music Society's (PHMS) music centre Oct.  25. Helen Kim played a rare 18th Century  Carlo Bergonzi violin of Stradivari's Cremona school. And there was $2 million  worth of playing too.  With pianist brother Michael, the duo  enchanted the hushed audience Tuesday  afternoon. It sprang to its feet as the last  notes of Sarasate's astounding Carmen fantasy resounded through the hall. Employing  well-known melodies from Georges Bizet's  opera, Sarasate used every violinistic trick in  the book. Then he added a few more.  Incredibly, Helen started playing this  notoriously difficult violinistic tour de force  when she was 13. She says it is still her  favourite piece.  But this concert was far more than a display of sheer virtuosity. The Sarasate and  preceding Swire Populaire Espagnol by  Manuel De Falla were the dessert. Before the  intermission, the concert served the champagne and filet.  It opened with Beethoven's Sonata No. 1  for violin and piano, Op. 12. The youthful  exuberance of this early Beethoven found  empathetic rapport in the youthful performers' playing. (Helen is 20, Michael 26).  Caesar Frank's only sonata for violin and  piano made a marked contrast. Dating from  1886, this highly romantic masterwork of  French chamber music is challenging for  both instruments.  The performers were equal to the challenges. Michael made light of the technical  difficulties: "Frank must have had a span of  a fifteenth," he said in his entertaining and  informative introduction. "My hands aren't  that big. Most pianists, myself included  break up Ihe big chords."  Concerts resume Feb. 15 when Bruce  Vogt gives a piano recital. Prior to that, Ihere  is a coffee house Nov. 21. The Driftwood  Players go there Jan. 21 with their production of The Parallax Gardens.  Rick Tippe returns  to Roberts Creek Hall  .ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  Gibeon's Minor Ball Aeeoc.  WED NOV 2 �� 7pm  byMikeO'Keefle  Years of hard work are finally  paying off for Maple Ridge  recording artist Rick Tippe.  For years, Tippe ran a general  contracting business in Ihe  Lower Mainland, singing country music on the side. He even  helped build Gilligan's Pub in  Sechelt, where he had his first  big break 1 the music business.  Tippe'Isinging career look  off unexpectedly following Ihe  recent release of his first album,  Should've Seen Her Comin'. He  is now one of the holiest Canadian male solo acts on the country-  music charts.  Tippe and his band will  appear al Roberts Creek Hall on  Saturday, Nov. 12 al 9pm. Local  singer Sarah Norris will perform  during the first stage break. Norris was the winner of a recent  singing contest at Sunnycrest  Mall.  Tippe said he and the band are  looking forward to Iheir second  performance al the Roberts  Creek Hall in Iwo years.  "I find thai crowds are much  more enthusiastic, and we get so  much more respecl once we gel  out of the mainland," said Tippe.  "The people are there to have a  good lime, and the band feeds off  that, ll lakes us to a higher level."  Tippe said his yet-to-be-  released third single, Love Don't  Gel Better, will be available in  compact disc al the dance. It will  feature a dance mix from his second single, Bad Heart Day, on  the flip side.  Local dance instructors  Cheryl Law and Gail Newman  have created a line dance lo that  song and will demonstrate it at  Saturday's dance.  Tippe said his success is doubly satisfying because there are  Frank W��st Community Use Room  faster Rpad ��� (nattoCedirGrow School;  New Executive Members Needed!  BRING YOUR ENERGY & IDEAS!  FORINFOCAti 066-2703  dUielftarfTlcrtds  -IV Buckerfield's  Complete Line of Animal Feed  ��� Finch Mix ���  ��� Wild Bird Mix ���  ��� Peanuts ��� Niger ���  ��� Cockatiel Mix ���  ��� Canary Mix ��� Millet and Sunflower Seeds'  ��� Pigeon Mix ��� Farrot food ��� Budgie Mix ���  Q$for all pour feathered friends  Hours : Mon.    Sal. 9   6  MASON HILLS FEED SUPPLY  SSSJ Mason Road. \\ (sl St< hell HHv')~T i  Rick Tippe  "so many lop-notch Canadian  country acts oul there. Competition is fierce," he said, adding  lhat Canadian-content regulations have really aided his career.  "A guy like me wouldn't have  a chance in the U.S. without the  big [promotional] machine  behind me," he said.  Although he is a proud Canadian, Tippe said his music has a  distinct Nashville sound lhat sets  him apart from many other  domestic talents. His album was  recorded in Nashville with some  of the best session musicians in  the business, he said.  He now works night and day  on his music career, bul Tippe  has not forgotten the lessons of  the construction business.  "The biggest difference  between the music business and  contracting is that, now I gel a  pat on the back or applause after  playing," said Tippe. "You don'l  gel lhal kind of recognition in the  construction business."  Tickets, $13 each, are available at the Roberts Creek Store,  Sayward Books in Gibsons, and  Talewind Books in Sechelt.  Doors open at 8 12  pm, and a free dance lesson  will be offered at 8:30.  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  SUSSEX  REALTY  rrop si 111nc, on k  i \  (111; s (> \ s  (JMtUK��L��S7iyoL��40W��S��i��SaFAfaUK4flTOPB^  IMotice Board  Al)l INI    I OH SUBMISSIONS IS WI  l)NI  SHAY  Passing men m*\ bt a/met tatMy  We reserve the right lo edit submissions for brevity  All submissions thould refer to non-profit events  of genuine community intern!  Itemi will be listed three weeki prior to Ihe event.  MONDAY, OCTOMR11  Ptndir Hsrbour Aqustlc ��� Fltneee  Const: Haunted Htttoot'tn Mtor-tchooi  Joel"*". 3:30-8 pm. Tht pool wW tw  ctoood in tht tvtnina Ibr tht lento In  at   - '    ������ . ���  MKitm rone  fiaa ��m to HfMnoon Sty (rewrite 4b-  ���, from Halfmoon Bty Elementary to  SUNMV,NOVtMMR8  Coeit ClttllM In Conetft. 2 pm, 81.  Johfl't United Church. Tlckitt 810 tt  SmMrd        .  An Wind or it tht door. Att proootdt  tarn Mt abemoon of dttelctl mutle qo  to Sunehlne Coast SPCA  MOMMY.  TOMMY, NOVUm 1  Art Rental, 2-e pm, mutlc studio, 8.C.  Arts Centre. Trail A Medusa Avt.,  8tehtlt. Many ntw artworks by Cotst  i.C. Breootfeedlng Support Oroup  Mothers'Mtsthg, 10am. Topic: Tht Air  ol Braaaltaadlng and Ottercomlng  j Mafchonti Aaan rvtri'  talluUon mooting, 7:30 pm, Marine  Prtgntnt? Pisoot oomtl Any quocoono  or conctrns can bo dlscusstd. Into:  Loutt, 688-7800 or Roanm, 8884230.  TUMMY, NW���11  Poet-Nttsl Clue. 7-9 pm. Stchelt  Httlth Unit. Everyone wotoomo. Into:  SueLehmen,066-AiSo.  Imbed to e doner meeting el Community  MMM S��pnvThtrt tn tant lundt  tvtiitblt to prmdo ocbvbloi tnd support  graupt tor single parents We ntMiKem  *om bit oommunby. Maki count of in-  ntr end cf*l cast* provided. Into: Nancy.  ee��-5eei or coral, Seeeesg.  StchtN Otrdtn Club matting, 7:30 pm.  St. Hlldfe Church. Topic: t tow simple  (lower arrangement by Carmen.  Okie' SoflbaN general matting, 7:30 pm,  Cedar Grow Elementary School library.  We need to torn in executive end etan  iT&tZ&nAV"  THUMOAV.NOVtMBtl  Concert: Juno bmrd-winntr W Bourne  will bt |olntd by fiddler Shinnon  Johnson, a pm. Roberts Crttk Hill.  Tickets Its from Cont Books, Roberts  Cm* Otntral SM*. Scobs Music md  Out ol Time Ihe Bizarre Baiaar  Praoeods lo Roberts Creek He* end me  Acoustic Gumboot Folk Society. Inlo:  IV,  Qlbeone Lending Mtrehintt Ann  mssbng, 7:30 pm, Hoibour Colt. All non-  MbbMf inmjntf bs tsMoofflo.  Wnt Howe Sound Iltctort Attn  monthly members' mtttlng, 7:30 pm  ItryaJaSchooljporabto Tones enme.  net! divtiopmtnts. lie. Into: 800*2054.  THUMMV, NOVtMMD 10  St Miry'l I  branch regular 1  pm, St Hms's His.  MTUHMY, NOVUNM It  SPCA Display.   Sunnycrest   Mill,  Auxiliary, Sechell  Ihly mealing. 1:30  Porpoltt Bty Prtvlneltl Pirk le  pleaeed to wnounct Tho Rttum of tht  Silmon: Iree guided walks to Angus  CrilU pm, Od. 29130. Nov. 0. Meat  at tratteod In the dayuee are* Just north  ____a__t* ptomwind. Rain or mint -  pltoot drill tor thi wtothtr. Into: 000-  sleek A Jill Pra-School CNcfcan Sal*.  Datfvwy data Nov. 6. CaH Audrey 666-  4666 or Joanna 686*6660 tor a complete  price Met  Pender Harbour tchool of Mutlc  Community Choir naadt man 4 woman.  MeoUlodoIra Pwh Tutedeys, 7:30*30  pm. Repertoire: dttelctl end oontsmpo-  rery. InfeiM3-8278. 44  "Tho Isssnss ot Magic" in inhibit of  wMwcolour poinbngjS and looney Bins"  by Jooobo Von Oft tt Hunter Gallery,  comer of School Rd. > Oower Pt. Rd,  Lowtr Olbeone. Through Nov. 11  Oleee.Art OiHtry, Qarden Bay, pre-  tents Qlset ScUpiure by DevW MontpeW  and t vtrlity of N.W. Coast Native  dtelgne by Sunn Point, David Neel 1  Bradtoy Hunt ftattmi, plato, trehbictur-  Thundtyt. 3-4 pm, Ottawa HMMiUntt.  MONMYS  Reooueiy, tn*. oftore i too-hito iiiebwd  to overcome tht negative Mings that  com* from fur, anger, depreeelon and  conetant anxiety. 7:30-0:30 pm, Tho  Wellness Centre, Qibsons. Info: 000-  Flbfomyalgle Support Oroup. 7-0 pm,  Cooat-OariSaldi Heebh Unit  SunoMne Toottmaesert meet. 7 30 pm.  Communily Ueo Room, Chaster Rd.  Flrehtll, Ouom. Improvt your commu-  nlcttlon tnd public spttklng skills In ���  fun ind supportive environment - oil  gueets wtioomt. Into: BOS 4040.  TUSSMYS  St. Sert'e British Itlte Vldtot at  church, 74:30 pm. Nov. 1: Ireland: Nov.  0: Engitnd; Nw. IS: ScoOend. 58 ortmlo-  sion indudee coffee, tot A deeeert.  -Uvlng WHh Ctnotr" Suppon Oroup  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Ctntrt. Davit Bty. 1 pm. Into 000-8001  Tuberculin Skin Teebng A Troveler*    S*??JiiLpS  Clinic (Qibsons) Oct 31 Gibsons 000-    Capt T. Powell. 08  8ooo.8eche>aae-8i84.  S.C. Army Cadets (2003) Seilorth  Highlenders of Canada paradae    '  ��� Sechelt Legion  I Legion. Into:  PMMY.NOVEMSM4  Polk Concert Murrey Boal t Friends  ind Few of Drinking, fundraiser tor an  Mvtnture playground at Robtrtt Creek  Elementary. Spm, school gym Tickets si  the tchool or RC. General Store  S.C. Ntturtl Hlttory Socltty regular  monthly meeting. 7:30 pm, S.C. Arts  Centre. Sechelt. Quest speaker: Mike  Macintosh, Stenley Perl Zoological  gocloly. Topic: B.C. Burrowing Owl  MTUHMY, NOVEMBSR0  ft Mary'e Hoapltal Auillliry. Stchtlt  Brtnch Annual Fill Bataar lecturing  cribs, homo biking, jewellery, books.  Chdetmas Hems. Whbe Elephent�� more  Light lunch available. 11 am-2 pm.  SMon' Han. Wharf St.. Sechell  S.C. Sotanon 4 Wtevtre Guild pre  unto Msr me. a am md exhibition oi  htndusbtd MUMS, lewetery, woodcarv-  mos, pottery md cubnary treats ioem-4  pm, Dtvle Bay Communily Hall. 6123  Dav* Bay Rd. Admleelon 81  Qfaoono wbdbks Rehab. Centre disprov  and retbe. Sunnycrest kW.GOeoos.  MONOAV.NOVIMMR14  S.C. Reeourcee Council regular monthly  KS!!!!'' 7:'JP<||. ���CRDboardroom.  8tcheb. Att wstoomo to attend to dlecuee  motion related to tho community, environment and Dt rteouroH. The SCRC le  incorporating . find out why. Info: 005-  3404  MTURMV.NOVIMMRIO  Hunttr Oallery Chrlstmss Crefl fair.  10:30 im-3 30 pm. Unlttd Church,  QMont. Tables available ��� 006-4719.  MSCSUANIOUS  Holy Family Rtffli winners wire 1st  ("Ut, qubt ��� Junt Bums: 2nd pn��. loasl-  trmtnjBirb Cytko; 3rd priit. ctnwa 4  Mm, Helen Schmidt. 44  Al-Anon: Are you concerned ebout  tontono't drinking? There's help for you  In Al-Anon. Mondtys, 0 pm, Stchtlt  Health Unit: Wednesdays, noon. Action  Centre, Sechelt Into: Gail. 0054101 or  SMy,OSS4480. 40  "Time A Spilt" exhibit by Mertha  Orlfnth. OU paintings and hand-painted  tow-Modt clocks. Nov. 12 to Die. 2,  Muntor Qatsry. Lower Qibsons  S.C. Women'eCentre ��� MonThun., 1-5  pm. Suppon ind informttlon tor all  woman. S045 Wharf St.. Sechelt. Info:  "- ������ 52  (Iphinetone Plonoer Museum 710  Winn Rd., across from Pott Office.  Qibsons New winttr hours ire Mon.,  Tuts, Wtd. A Sit., 1-5 pm. Exhibits  cover the vttt rami of Coasl hlttory  from tht ntar to tho dlttanl past. All  srses end itpocts of our heritage are  explored on two floors lam.pecked with  feeoneting displays. Bt sure to drop by  toon Admission by domtlon. Cill 60S-  0700 tor more Into.  Pomd-Tot Dfup In: tor porerbt *natt chil-  dren up to 5 830-1130 em at tha following kxttont QIDtons United Church Han  (Mon., Tues., Wed.. Fri.); Sbcholt St.  Hilda's Church Hall (Mon. 8 Tutsi:  Wilson Creak Community Ha) (Thun.).  Into: Community Stmcee, 0SS4881.  Sexually Transmitted Blum Clinic:  (H.i.V. inlormation, counselling and Mating) Phone for appointment In Olbeons  880-5800, Secheb 885-5104  Single  .888-5  4 Pregnant? Can the Health Unit  5800.  Prenatal Hoapltal Tour: phone St  Mary's Hospital twitchbosrd to arrange  tor lour, 0852224. Prenatal only.  Parent 1 baby Drop-in gives parents an  opportunity to moot other ptrents and  discuss common concerns. The group  gathers every Tuetdsy bom 1:15 to 3:30  pm at 494 S. Fletcher, Qibaons and In  Sechelt at 5571 Inlet on Wednesdays  from 1-3.30 pm.  Scnoof entry Sooaser Ciinica A booei  erdoeeofdlphbieria. telanue and pertue-  sis Is important lor children entering  echool. Gibsons clinics ��� 888-5800;  Sechettdlnica. 085-5184.  Needle   lachtngt:   Mondtys   4  exercise Progrimmi in tht Qlbtont  Pool tor people with trthrWi, noon-i2:30  pm every Tuesday. Coat: 12. 82  Poetpertum Otprtiilon Support  Group Qlbeone Heebh Unb, 1-2:30 pm  Shorncllfft Auxiliary mitts third  of itch month ot ShomckfRs.  1*15 88  Children'! Story Hour al the Sechelt  Public Ubrary. 2-3 pm, agot 3-5. Info:  885-3280 44  gachett Vtbago Reeldenla Aaan mtttt  fourth Wedneedey of each morwv 7 pm.  Oreenonourt Hat. Into: 888-8078  TNURSMVS  SC'e Weight Loea Support Oroup  meats afternoons 10:30-12:80pm, call  088-2802, and evenings 8:30-8:00pm,  call 086-7150, at the United Church,  Qlaaetord Rd.. Olbeons.  Birth Control Clinic, Cosil-QsrlbaWI  Heelth Unit, 494 S. Fletchtr, 7-8 pm.  Confidential service ��� everyone wotcomt.  No appointment needed. Into: 885-7770.  FRIDAYS  Snoot Sen-Cam Clinic: First Friday of  each month, 7:30-8 pm, Qibsons Health  Unb.  Unlttd Church Thrift Shop, 1-3 pm,  church baeement, lane on Trueman  Rood.  Donee Jim ��� experience the srbM wbhln  you. 8:30-11:30 pm, Wilton Crook  Community Hall. Eclectic muelc/vieuole,  complimentary art auppllot ond more.  Minimum ige: 10. 85 edmlsslon. Into:  888.7880. 44 tlu*RicAne  MARINE REPAIRS  MIKE WRIGHT and DAN CROSBY  ���I Mariner, Mercruiser Sales & Serviced  .1 Certified Mercury & Mercruiser Mechanics &  ���I Mercury, Mercruiser Parts & Accessories ��  ECIAL!  Let us store and winterize  your boat.  From: October ^OArt  to May... ^Owwa  sports  MRRIHR  OUTBOARDS  BetBl rick)  HUHRICANE  MAHINE  Ol  Gibsons Pigs continue rampaging ways  by Raymond Dow  Wilh a chill in the air and an  overcast sky, lasl Salurday provided the perfect setting for'a  rughy game. Gibsons hailed Ihe  Meralomas for their first meeting of the year. Lasl season the  'Lomas, along with the Capilanos and the Rowers were one  of only three teams to beat the  local boys.  After a ponderous start the  Pigs have been playing much  better in recent weeks and have  won three out of their last four  games. Meanwhile the visitors  have had a hard time getting on  track, coming out ahead only  once in their first six games.  In Ihe past the Vancouveriles  have been a perennial powerhouse with a big pack and a  quick backline. Nevertheless,  they are in transition this juncture and wilh new players at all  levels are not enjoying much  success.  Once again the Pigs had a  hard time getting rolling.  They seem to need to fall  behind before they snap out of it  and start to do the things that  make them a very solid side.  Fortunately, Gibsons escaped  with only a three point deficit  after providing the 'Lomas with  many opportunities from penalty  calls.  The locals played much better  for the rest of the interval, winning most of the ball and carrying the play but ended up squan-  dering numerous chances to  score.  Thus after both teams  swapped a penally goal each Ihe  'Lomas took a 6 to 3 lead inlo  the intermission.  The Pigs put the game away  very early in the second half.  Determined rucking from the  675 INDUSTRIAL WAY, GIBSONS, BC ��� 886-2433 CELL 1-657-5529  The Coasl News  Our 49th year of Serving Ihe Sunshine Coasl  Seniors Girls Volleyball scores:  Sepl. 29 Pender defeated Chatelech 3 to 0; Ocl. 4  Pender defeated Elphinstone 2 to I.  Oct. 7-8 UBC Senior Girls Invitational:  Pender 0, Kildonan (Winnipeg) 2; Pender 2,  Johnson Heights (Surrey) 0; Pender 2, New West  minster 1; Pender 2, Smilhers 0; Pender 0, Fulton  (Vernon) 2; Pender 0, St. Thomas Aquinas 2.  Final placing equals approximately 16th out of  40 teams.  Next - Pender at Howe Sound/Pemberton (Oct.  26); Pender at North Burnaby - Viking Classic  Tourn. (Oct. 28-29).  forwards delivered clean ball to  the backs. The pace and experience of Ihe backline was too  much for the visitors who were  struggling defensively.  The first try was scored by  wing Jim Peers who made an  impressive SO yard dash to give  the locals the lead. Shortly thereafter Jeff Townsend, who seems  to score a try every game, added  insult to injury when he snuck  inlo the backline from his fullback position to surprise the  Meralomas and touch the ball  down by the post. It was now 17  to 6.  The opposition was sagging  noticeably and with Gibsons forward dominating the play the  'Lomas were denied any chances  to come back making Ihe game  virtually out of reach.  Both learns added a penalty  goal each before Mike Mannion,  fresh from a Hawaiian rugby  tour, topped off the scoring with  a try in the corner. The final was  27 lo 9 for Gibsons.  r  i  C      H      R      Y      S      L      E  I  I  loiinebiit&l mnraio      !  nnoim i I  I  I  I  Take Home A World Leader: The 1995 MagicWagon.  It's a Canadian first. With 4.5 million sold since 1983,  Chrysler MagicWagon is the best selling minivan in the world.  Be a part of this great Canadian success story. Test drive  the '95 Dodge Caravan or Plymouth Voyager today.  1995 D00GE CARAVAN/PLYMOUTH VOYAGER  The affordable minivan.  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I'*1"���* nif!ii:lmBtwdtaM��*iiiibu��S<ii*raqwiiMM hdMng b^tntf ndutng bew ��,.,,.-.., ,/.[in M^nMSngtvlmMimM) InMnii. i��W>l>M  Plymouth  New  Elphie  weight  room to  ��� be open  ��� to public  by Mike O'Keeffe  A void left in Gibsons when  the town's only commercial  gym folded in the summer will  soon be filled, with help from  the Elphinstone high school.  The school is building a  weight room which will soon be  open to the public, said gym-  teacher Joan Pox. She is appealing lo local residents, to donate  weightlifting equipment that is  "nneffiTonable condlttfiS^ ������  The school owns a  weightlifting machine bul slill  requires other equipment such  as benches, barbells, dumbells,  weights, an exercise bike and a  rowing machine, said Pox,  adding that the school cannot  afford to buy Ihe equipment.  "Lots of people have weights  and benches lying around thai  they are not using," said Fox.  "Donations will benefit not only  Ihe students, but Ihe communily  as well."  Fox is also looking for an  enterprising person lo run the  weighl room as a business afler  school. The school will charge  renl for Ihe room, and the manager will keep all other proceeds, said Fox.  She noted that potential managers should be trained in  weightlifting and have knowledge of first aid.  The room, located in Ihe  cafeteria, will be used exclusively by students until 5 pm,  and the paying public will have  access in the evenings, from  Monday to Friday. Fox said students will receive a substantial  discount between the hours of 5  and 6 pm.  "There has been so much  talk about kids having nothing  to do," said Fox. "The room  will be used for physical education, but our main drive is lo  give kids something constructive to do after school."  Although allowing a private  business to operate from the  school is a new concept on the  Coasl, Fox said il is part of a  trend toward greater community  involvement in education.  "Given the current financial  situation, we need input from  the community in order to  improve school programs and  I facilities," she said.  Anyone wanting to donate  equipment can telephone the  school at 886-2204 or deliver it  directly at any time during  school hours.  SKOOKUM CHRYSLER 886 3433  1028 Hwy 101, Gibsons  i.  ML  i  fe  RECYCLE  THIS  PAPER!  ���y ���,- '  ���   .-.   ���,-.-.��� -  ��� :-.".".������...: .-���   ������������������   ,;.  v^��*^r,.^~ v^.-:'-- r. "T  "'   "     > ���*��*-f:  -*   : Coast News, October 31, 1994 13  AUTOMOTIVE  Industrial      AUTOMOTIVE Marine^  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 HWY. 101, Gibsons, B.C., 8864101  Mon. ��� Fri. 6-6 Sat. 8.6, Sun. 10-3  ,'SECHEIT RADIATORS'  \CtsrmltttCa>linfSyiu~SmktCMttt  We Repair St Replace Ridi, HmIct Com, VGai Tanks"  AITOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, Uied tt Rebuilt ��� Pick-up it Delivery  4349 S.C. Hwy. ^\7   L  Across from Sunshine GM      ms.VmS'  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  CONSTRUCTION  agMggHgl f commwtlal  885-2887 "Lauri* lacovttiky  aJ.A*2, MA, C-M, ROtlTO CMHC, MX. VOWIVO^  f ORAEMAR CONSTRUCTION INC.A  ______k_h,  ���FRAMNG ifOUNDATONS  lolOCKUP tRWOVATIONS  ���HUSHING .SIDING  > utsm J  ROOFINQ  Specializing in ill types of  FREE     commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 .v... ��������  A ��� T ENTERPRISES: Conetrtrntton iervleee  Senlng Tht Com Slctct lift  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ������������MM  T. WONQ, iOX 7M, OlMONi, (.C. VW 1VS  ft nidi Irtemqiupg yuiiiiuiinisvu    ,   -  7*  PiOEL  AtA.'.A^aAm.r.r*.      trs._  n/s  Over 20 yrs experience  Ge/slEgAL  CONTRACnttAS  \_1r*m\��a . Wnitlilnt�� Njgjwj �� Concrete WoHt ^  V^onon  COMPUTERS  Spark of Life Consulting  Windows Development Speck**  ClentSeiver Database  Networtlng and integiatlon  System Ana** and De*on  Ruel ��� Phone: (604) 8860419, Foe (tO^motW  CONCRETE SERVICES  Swanson's  mmofma^  ���RMdy-MlxUd.  I taea���mtt  ,, account! ,,       FAX      ,  |    885-9666   ||    885 5333   ||   M5-2226   |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172,5417 Burner Rd., Secheh, B.C.V0N 3A0  <S. MADILL CONTRACTING  All typet of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs ��� smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  Quality Concrete Work  .IM-1117  ,_H017      .  (UweMenasel/  CONCRETE SERVICES  f S. MADILL CONTRACTING^  AU types of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  Quality Concrete Work  V8��MI��~   Phone IM-2017  (Leave Message)/  f DEN[S TURENNE CONCRETE^  ~~ Placing ft Finishing  Reoldentlel A Commercial  ACICartMad  Driveways, Slabs, Sidewaks etc  .   __. _,._     Custom Concrete Specialists  \886-0340 Colored.Stamped,Pattm*.fapowdAggrepilj/  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  MITCHELL SYSTEMS LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING  Residential  Commercial & Industrial  KELLY 885-9565  .      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Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  v  The Coast News .  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  Serving th*  Coast  for 12y��ars  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with professional  work at competitive rates  I    jtojj jjrtUw �� jjj-WjT ��� Cell MMI 77  ' Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  l The Coast News j  EXCAVATING  (GARRY'S EXCAVATING\  OWNER: OARRY MUNDELL  ImtAmaamat'taMaOiaml  130 KmhIh IkmmUt  4JO Mnknw/to  UetrjttttUeai-etate eo< ie, oieaone  W1LDW00D CONTRACTING  Bobcat Soratot  Landscaping ��� Snow Removal  Bush Clearing ��� Grading  Driveways ��� Backfill  V        Randy 885-4146  To list your  business with the  experts, call the  Coast News  Sechelt 885-3930  Gibsons 886-2622  GARDENING  i Evergreen Landscaping  .' For (ill your gardening needs   .  Specialists in: Low maintenance Gardens,  l... j Irrigation Systems, Chain Link. Fences .  : W.R. Boragno (Bango)��Glbsons��e66-3^  ���       ,'.' . ) 7    -m  Gardening  Services  Kathryn Mut tails  885-3458  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  CENTURY ROCK  ROCK WALLS       HUMS  niw njunin   885-9910  r**  A  886-0057  ^ttt  \SLW  INDUSTRIES LTO.  HEATING  Furnaces, Fireplaces, Hot water Tanks,  QUALIFIED DEAUA ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS I  CaHNOwlM-7111  ^ Showroom: US Payne Rd, Clbwra  G. Fulton Heating  Starving th* Sunthint Const  from Gibtont to Pender Harbour  o mileage charts    885-2293 ISiMne^erience  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  fa  a. AIMING CONTRACTORS  ���InWa/UmorPiiiiini ��� Pmmre Wislunj     Mai  ��� bufcntul&Qxnmricul "TopQualityVtamult W��iaietff  "Free Estimates"    e  y 885-5111 ��� George��24hr Answering Service,  f Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses!  appreciate it when you tell themj  you found them in  . The Coast News  DON'S TILE INSTALLATIONS  CerenUt 8 Marble  ���-��� Ceeslrasllea 8 RtntMlUei  IS yeers ei^erleese I* Tlletelll��|  116-4280  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  For (fceffnesA/rw toucrti\  Eric's Drywall  jiWuiacaJ  ll-g-Bj   88.,.(,()-,2  ��� EffICIlNT  ��� REUABLE  P*OmSIONAL~ ���flffCfSTOUJES  CARPET A UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE885-4258  RESTOR,  SUNSHINS KITCHENS  t KITclENS t BATHROOMS ��  BBS 9411  Ctmlluimr S80-S37S  ,  (ELECTROLUX CANADA\  (SUNSHINE COAST)  SALES ��� SERVICE ��� SUPPUES  Built-in Systems ��� Cannister Models  IRENE LARSON �� 886-31 SO J  MARINE SERVICES  -SMWavUcancM  ��� MDWtCampMM -WavTW  \^tMea~is*t*ttt    .joTMin 883-2288 y  #^J        Itxatti i. Stent Cttvt  lOuccaneer (Z  Marina & Resort Ltd.  MECHANICAL SERVICES  f    CommeTciaTOingerate^ixlure^  1 ARCTIC  COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION LTD.  Vg4 hr. service ��� 885-2134 or pager 885-511]/  : CLEAR    >\  '"'" 'T" Punws tt Water Treatment  ���ScnAMMCotMMdalfcltaMaflfM  Punv and Water TraitMtit Naede  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614 J  K tNTCKPRISES ^  MOUf WEIWNG AND FAHICATNG ��� MECHANCA1 REPAIRS  _______m__m  SOVINO TM rORIfl, MAIN AND C0NSTIUCI10N  WDUJIHW ON THISUNSNM COAST  HowaaftUNo  *. i2i3KE0ia.QK0NS  M6-3J3! CEL 889-0431   a  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  rLOGS WANTED  Aider ��� Maple ��� Saw Log  yRobert Corlett��886-9783  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  731 North Rd.,  ���M-atia  r Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  c The Coast News 14  Coast News, October 31, 1994  Take Advantage of our Neut Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for- only 2 times/  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  ���M-e Gibsons &  ' Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  105 FEET WATERFRONT  Pender Harbour, lor sale by owner  - moorage,lovely home, everything! 883-9438 eves *46c  ROBERTS CREEK  BUILDING LOTS  1/2 ace and I acre lots. Lower  Roberls Creek, selectively  cleared, ready lo build. Sussex  Group, SRC Realty Corp., Bryan  Ledtngham 1425-2911.    ��46w  4.5 acres, upper Roberls Creek,  seasonal creek, backs on loresl  crown land, view only. $135,900.  886-2352. ��46w  OUEEN CHARLOTTES  Sacrffice! $180,000 lor new home,  3 floors on 2.5 acres, across road  Irom ocean. Must sell, urgent.  3523095 eves #46c  MUST SELL  Two serviced lots, 13,455 sq II.  and 12,616 sq. It. $79,000 and  $75,000 in prime W Sechelt area.  8850634. ss  Seve Realtor Fees Save  Gibsons -1113 Sunnyslde, large  landscaped lol wilh raised bed  gardens, fruit trees, close to  school and bus, quiet well maintained area, 3 bdrm. rancher. 1246  sq. II. Heavy insulation, 2x6  const.. 1 1/2 baths, large deck.  $178,500. 886-8367 or lv mess,  at 1-478-9753. #46c  Roberts Creek 1/2 acre lol, lully  treed, serviced. Krause Rd., olt  Marlene. 685-6280 #49c  5 level acres in Vanderhool,  paved, hydro, telephone, school  bus, $15,000. Take Iruck or car in  part irade. For into, 885-2743.  145c  WW LOT  Woodcreek Park, Gibsons. Lol 99,  Islandview Drive. Unobstructed  view ol Vancouvei Island; tear  backs onto deed ravine. $99,900.  Agent appointed. 886-2508. ��45w  Homes &  Property  SECHELT TOWNHOUSE  Cenlral location. 2 bdrms, 2 baths.  Like new, $110,900. #44-5761  Whart Rd. Open Salurday, 1 - 4  pm. 1-604-986-4657 or 866-3930.  144c  LEANING TREE ROAD  SUBDIVISION  Developer Is placing lour 5-acre  lots w/great ocean views on markei lor lirst time. Prices ranging  Irom $150,000 lo $165,000.  Developer is in process ol sealing  dusty gravel road and levelling  and seeding the controversial  gravel pit. Driveways dramatically  improved, major changes. This is  a musl seel Conlact site supervisor. 865-7672 tor lot inlo or developer at 946-7655 lor sales.   ��44c  PRIVATE SALE  DAVIS BAY VIEW  4 year old, 1500 sq. II. ranch style  plus 600 sq. It. potential basement  sule. Features bronze windows, 2  1/2 baths, electric heat, plus striking stone featured lireplace. Large  m/bdrm w/ensuite w.i.c. and sitting  area leading to 600 sq. It. view  deck. This lovely as new low  mainl. home In a quiet street is  avail, lor $236,000 no 6ST. For  viewing please phone 885-4652.  No agents. #46c  Madeira Park lol, Merrill Cresc.  cleared, .34 acre. 885-0899.     ss  Commercial lot. 38x100. Farnham  Rd. $79.999.985-0412 ss  Immaculate rancher, over 1300  sq. It. on beautifully landscaped  1/2 acre site in Hallmoon Bay  area. 3 bdrm., 2 lull baths, Ige. LR.  DR, bright kitchen, family room,  new woodhealer (CSA), 5 appl.,  new rool, lenced, workshop,  greenhouse, garden shed.  $163,500, drive by to view, 8155  Westwood Call 885-0558 to view.  ERROR RESPONSIBILITY  SwOKX YOURADON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  otkad to listen carafuly a* al odi placed by  :ompli*lv rsod bock verifying rcqutitod  latt, numb* or inMrtom and a copy content.  PtlASECHt  Mmiim are aiked to  ckwifceotion, Mart dole, nmnber ol iniertom and a copy content.  Wt take extreme care to avoid typographical erran, however, in  hs wmrt di an error, we an responsible only lor to first incorrect  insertion of an od. We do not assume any rwponifefify (or any  reason for an error in an od beyond 1ns cost of fee ad itseff.  R*ortm��mlMMaHATRYbycaKrigU6-2622  SjrM5-3930 ��� Monday to Friday 9 ajn. to 5 puiy  off*00*  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ������ People Places ih  DhADLINE IS 3 00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 88J-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 885-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B4J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE B8S-M00  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-39JO  In Gibsons  ,        THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  8862622  Homes 8.  Properly  Why rent when you can own a two  bedroom view condo in upper Gibsons? 3 appliances, laundiy. park-  ing, no GST, immediate possession, assumable mortgage at  875%. $88,900. 886-8336.   ��45w  For sale, t bdrm. cabin. Make  ideal B&B or extra income. Easy  to move and some linancing 886-  2751. #44w  Pender Harbour  New 1135 sq. II. rancher on �����  041 acre. 3 bdrms., ensuite. oak  cabinets, lorced air elec. lurnace.  woodstove. large deck, attached  carport. $169,000 GST incl. 883-  9422. ��45w  Vancouver - well-kept 3 yr. old  condominium. I Ige. bdrm.. garden, patio, wheelchair acces., gas  HP. 5 appl. near Skytrain & park.  Tenanted, no agents please.  $145,000 sell or trade Looking lor  1200 sq tt rancher. 1 604-872  3790. Tom. ss  OARywwn  II5-M15  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  EST"  It  23  eW*        JL   ^  Barter A Trade  IS  Bed and Breaklast  Births  30  2  (GREAl  Business and Home  VlDE/i  'M  Services  39  Business Opportunities M  \sf  Campers  ChiWCare  25  37  Commercial for Rent  32  Entertainment  33  WAsAwaa  For Rent  31  ^^���0  For SHe  21  Obituaries m**  Found  11  3  Free  16  Personal  ���  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Oarage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  30  S  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  .13  Marine  20  Wanted to Rent  20  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  21  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  ���  36  Roberts Creek. 2300 sq. II. 2  storey. 4 bdrm plus home, 1 1/2  baths, Ige. family room, 2 f/p, quiet  cul-de-sac close lo beach.  $215,000. No agenls. 886-3789.SS  Lovely 4 bdrm home ideally located near W. Sechell school. B/l  vacuum, 6 appl., Ige. back yard.  Priced well below markei value al  $163,500,885-8913. ss  Commercial lot across from medical building, $95,000.985-0412.  ss  One year old 2 bdrm house, basemenl, view, $159,000 firm. No  agents. 888-9049. ss  Ocean view, beachfront, lamily  home plus cabin, park-like extra  lot (2 acre parcel), Hallmoon Bay.  1-604-885-2771. SS  PRICE REDUCED  ARTISTS PARADISE! H.M.B.  $194,900 buys Ihe lifestyle a creative person craves! Rural atmosphere surrounded by nature and  aWWe. Eclectic style new 2 bdrm.  view home w. lull floor lor creative  endeavours. Details 885-2849 /  883-2687. ss  W. Sechelt. 5465 Mills, 3 bdrm.  rancher, new carpets mUR, hall 5  new lino in kit/bath. Airtight free  standing stove keeps home warm  and cozy In winter, elec. heat,  dble. garage, ample pkg. for RV  on cement drive, fenced back  yard. $169,500.885-9307 tol Iree  pgr. 1-979-9128. ss  ��� \\_l  Roberta  mm Creek  7f Realty  Andmott1! Finn  Tni Kdhg - Bed A Breaktast?  Commuter or Weekend RetreaT?  Large country htm on 4.3 acres,  view, trout pond, stop.  059,000  Ho��canyougl��<up��htcay7  live on 4* view acres  in tie county lor  $170JH)  BuHkigLotlnSKM  WattoheMTee  Spectacular View  1/2 acre seiviced lot ��i Langdale  $1X00  Roberta Geek Reely ��� SMOtl  __________f  Close in - Gibsons lol. Trickle-  brook Way. $79,500.1 -922-3559  ss  Waterfront lot. Sakinaw Lake Sale  by owners $150,000. Gary eves,  1-872-2117. days. 1-685-7478 ss  Beautifully appointed view home in  Hallmoon Bay area. New 2 bdrm.  2 bath. 2 storey home ol unique  character and style. Cuslom finishing and detailing. You'd expect lo  pay much more lor private 44  acre tot of flat Mile ground, landscaped w. natural stream and  pond. 10 miis. to Sechell, 5 min.  lo Secret Cove moorage Vendor  linancing available. 885 2649/883  2687 ss  Custom 2400 sq. II home. 2 1/2  stories. 3 bdrm. 2 baths, vaulted  ceilings, oak floors and cabinets,  open floor plan. Ige in-law suite.  1000 sq ft. healed shop, 1/2 acre  landscaped lot. Redrooffs area,  below appraisal, moving, must  sell, $225,000.885-7453.        ss  Approx 5 yr. old 3 bdrm rancher  on quiel cul de-sac in exc W.  Sechell neighbourhood. Easy  maintenance yard and 10x10  shed $159,900 885-7052       ss  1.   Homes 8,  Propeity  Lol 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour. Ready to build, septic in,  linancing. 883-9597 ss  Inglis Heights  18 lol lully serviced subdivision  next lo Oceanmount Estates in  Gibsons. Avail, early '95. Take  advantage now ol low pie-con-  slruction prices. Starting at  $74,900. Phone 886-8691.   ��52w  Sechilt Home By Builder  Quality plus throughout Vaulted  living area. 3 bdrms. up. Private  master suite w/deluxe ensuite.  Lots ol windows, woodwork and  details. Excellent value at  $199,900. Francis Peninsula lol  also for sale. 885-0899. ss  For sale by owner; 3 bedroom  rancher on 36 acre, 8096 Alder-  wood Road, Hallmoon Bay,  $169,900. Don, days al 885-2201.  evenings 885-0944. ss  5.6 acre limbered 1 secluded,  oceanview, 2100 sq. II. log house,  near completion. $450,000. 885  5910. ss  VIEW! Taslelully decorated 2  bdrm condo. Ground level entry  Central location. Oceanview Classics. Near schools t shopping.  Gibsons. Call eves, alter 5 pm.  886-0362 ss  MARINA PUCE  Very tastefully decorated, immaculate 1230 sq. fl. level entry 2 bedroom condo, 2 bathrooms, fireplace, skylight, 5 appliances,  drapes, palio (adult oriented).  Across Irom marina, on bus route,  walking distance to stores. 886-  4190. tins  View lot overlooking Madeira Park  Centre. 102II. frontage clear. Septic Ok. $65,000 obo. 883-9418 or  983-4392. SS  High bank w/f home, 2 bdrm, 2  bath, large LR, brick f/p, large  solarium, exceptional aggregate  patio, BBQ. Situated in one ol Ihe  most desireable areas ot the Sun-  shine Coast, spectacular view ol  Vane. Isl., Mt. Baker, Trail Islands.  Watch the cruise ships sail by. In a  park-like setting, all this and more!  No agents. For appt. lo view. 885-  2397. ss  1600 sq It Rancher For Sale  Price reduced - pay no commission. Light & airy, only 1 yr old  ��530 Shaw Rd. 886-2820 or ��I6-  3191, Steve otSher. Pgr, ��l-��76-  1071 SS  ACREAGE ROBERTS CREEK  CRYSTAL ROAD. Quiet rural setting, treed w/hydro access.4.3  acres, no agents please. 885-3469  ss  Secret Cove. 2 bdrm condo. 6  appl., view. Asking $149,900.594-  9310 ss  W. Sechelt, 1/4 acre GD. partial  view lot, lully serviced. Underground, paved w/curbs. $79,900.  885-4862 ss  RARE QUAUTY ACREAGE  Greal Ocean View, exlensively  improved, well Ireed and within  walking distance to Sgls. Bay  Marine Park. This acreage is m a  growing large lot subdivision with  two driveways to access upper  and lower sections ol propeity at  $155,000. Lot 23 ol Leaning Tree  Subd. will nol last long! Call Dave  946-7655 or pgr. 1-979-4042    ss  W. Sechell, new 1350 sq. It.  rancher. DM. garage, 2 full baths,  3 bdrms, skylight, natural gas  heat, maple cabinets, $169,900  885-7972 or 885-5405 ss  Roberts Creek. 1.0 acre, southern exposure, partially treed, building site cleared, percolation test  approved. Robinson Road or  Woodley Road access $128,000.  886-7372 ss  COSTARICA  2 5 acre lot in Esperania Ranch.  Serviced, privale community, tropical park with hiking/riding trails,  swimming Close to shopping,  beaches, restaurants, golfing.  $26 500 885-5157 ss  This is a little gem tor the drscnmi-  naling buyer 1200 sq tt 4 yrs.  sophisticated adult house close lo  village Charming living room fireplace welcomes Sun-filled  kitchen, breakfast area opens onto  s/f palio t garden 2 lull baths,  master ensuile Big studio (easily  2 bdrms again') Sky.n extra big  windows Mature artistic landscaping, dog run and kennel Appliances. No agents $174 900. Cal  885-6010 to view ss  Announcement  S.C. 900 Date Una - greal dates!  Coast girls and guys. Voice personals 1-900-451-3099 ext. 175.  18+ T. lowne $3 29/min. Canada  900 Easton MD. #46*  Counselling lor individual couples  and families. Call Mary Lang  (M.S.W., R.S.W.) 886-8144. Also  support and consultation lor step  ���46c  Thank-you  for your patience  during the last 3 week*.  Oar renovations are  now complete.  Drop try and aee  our acts look!  277 Oower n. Rd. ��� 080.7744  Wote cue oj yotiMsty  uidife you IteaP.  -���-  A Practical Workshop  for Women & Men  in Recovery  factltlattd by Trysh Askby-hlls  ~m~  Sat., Nov. 12,1994  9:30am - 4pm ��� SM  Info & Registration 885-2972  Felix and Linda Comeaj would  Ike to announce Ihe birth ol their  lirst grandchild A beautilul little  gkl Ashley Mercedes Mamwanng.  6 pounds, 8 ounces, born Octobsf  16.1994 at Peace Arch Hospital.  Welcomed by proud mommy and  daddy Lorena and David and a  delighted Aunty Joleen        ttAc  Attractive, charming, young-looking mld-30s male, nicely built, 5 It.  11 in., 175 lbs., sincere, mature,  loves lite, N/S, S/D, seeking  attractive, slim, young-looking  lemale with a loving, intelligent  heart who enjoys movies, romantic  moments and the outdoors. Reply  lo Box G. c/o Coasl News, Box 68,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.       I45w  40ish girl flannelette seeks snug-  gly partner. You are full of life. All  replies answered, RR2 S4E Ctl.  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.       145c  Gibsons white male, 42, smoker,  social drinker likes to laugh, lish,  hunt, goll, walks and quiet times.  Would like lo meel a 35-42 lil  working while or oriental lemale  lor lasting relationship. Box 1261,  Gibsons, BCVON IVO.       ��45w  Semi-retired N/S, W/M��� 5 It. 8 In.  seeks slim, healthy, independent  lady under 60 for occasional outings. I enjoy ethnic loods, good  music, dancing, bowling, lishing,  cards, short trips. Please reply to  Box 37 MintieRd.. Site RRI, Halfmoon. Bay, VON 1Y0. I45w  Senior gentleman, widower, seeks  companionship ol senior lady lor  lasting relationship. Your place or  mine RR #2 C3 S90. Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0. 144c  CLARITY COUNSELLING  Specializing in substance abuse,  relationships, trauma and women's  issues. Call Carolyn Lincoln,  R.P.C. 885-4672. ��47w  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Call for Info 886-  ,091*4 (��885-5384..      ffJp  Announcements  LANDED IMMIGRANTS!  Arnel can help you become a  Canadian citizen. 685-1917. #49c  For women  who have experienced  violence and abuse  in relationships -  Support! education group  Ten sessions, Thursday  mornings, free of charge,  starting November 24.  Facilitated by the Women's  Counselling Service and  Transition House.  Childcare provided on  location (Community  Services, Sechell). For  further Info, and to register  for group, phone Women's  Counselling Service, 885-  0250 or Transition House,  685-5128. DEADLINE  FOR REGISTRATION IS  NOVEMBER 4.  1    UNLIMITED    ,  SFREE KMs;  J SKOOKUM ���  1 CHRYSLER |  Rental Cars '  8863493!  \d  RICK TIPPE  DANCE  Country rock band. Guest singer  Sarah Norris. Roberts Creek Hall,  Sal., Nov. 12. Tickets at Talewind  Books, Roberts Cteek Store, Sayward Books. 886-7372.  Everyone Welcome ��45w  Christmas Cralt Fair Nov 12,11-  3pm, Sechell Legion Hall. Tables  885-4882. #45w  Fencing lessons lor children and  adults, individual lessons. Inlo.  8854682. I45w  TIME li SPACE IN OILS  Arl exhibit and sale featuring  paintings and sawblade clocks by  Martha Griffith, Nov. 12 to Dec. 2,  Hunter Gallery, Lower Gibsons.  886-902201885.9997.        D49C  Gert'a Electrolux  1507 REED RD��� GIBSONS  8864053  Independent representative serving the Sunshine Coast since  1979.  SALES-SERVICE-SUPPLIES  1994 Clearance. Great Prices.  Trades welcome. ��45w  EROTICA The Quay Gallery Second Erotica show, Feb. 1995. all  artists are welcome to submit  work. Drop ofl photograph and CV  al the Quay Gallery, 271 Gower  Pt.Rd. before Jan. 15.       ��44w  "Regal* catalogues are here and  Christmas is coming. Help support  a non-prolD organization (fundraiser ��� T.O.P.S.). Pay no GST. 886-  4053. #44c  Lose weight and leel great.  Recharge your energy. Revitalize  your metabolism.  Herbalife  Call Jackie 8864672.  PERFECT CHRISTMAS Gin  A one ol a kind personalized calender ol your treasured photographs. Great lor parents,  grandparents, pet lovers and relatives. $29.95 ��� PST. Call 885-  0575. #46w  General Meeting  GIRL'S  SOFTBALL  Wad., Nov. 2,7:30 pm  CodaiOiMBemeiiaiySctallinry  MATH TUTORING  Catch up or get ahead. I tutor high  school and university. Rales and  location are negotiable. 886-9162.  ���45c  RELAX IN THE HEALING  ENERGY OF REIKI  Promote healing, relieve chronic  pain, realign energy. Reiki Therapist, new to Sechelt, Wed. A  Thurs. appts. 150 lor one and a  hall hour session. 885-4546. ��44c  Eco-Sound now selling tree-tree  paper and gifts made from recycled, discarded forest products.  885-7838. #46c  ���FUNNY FARM"  Craft Show, Nov. 13,11-4 pm, 785  Henry Rd., Gibsons. Driftwood  paintings, photo cards, decorative  pots, woolly items, custom clothing, weaving and jewelry. Door  prizes and refreshments. Information 885-9377 eves ��45w  COMPLIMENTARY  FACIAL/MAKEOVER  . A complimentary makeover  thai creates Ihe effect you  want-natural, career or  dramatic.  ��� A glamour look that  perfectly complements  your colouring and  wardrobe preference.  ��� Makeup application  techniques lhal will  enhance your features.  ��� Maty Kay also has a skin  program designed for your  skin type.  ^LMARVLKAY.  MCI niKt MMJIT .ne* I-  Yvonne Valanciui  886-4643  tmm O^tttsmire, 11  Needed: a tide Irom Flume Rd. to  Gibsons, 9 am Tues. - Fri. 885-  3820 ��6c  Wanted - artisans craft works lor  new gallery in Hallmoon Bay. Cal  740-0009 (local no I or 885-3038  I46w  Know ol someone with muscle  pains. Shiatsu Therapy offered  For kilo or appointmenl 8860336  I44W  Thinking ol Christmas? LYMAR'S  KIOS children's clothing. Available  al sale price. Phone Marg 686-  3292 ��44w  FORST POTTERY  Open Wednesday thru Saturday 9  am to 5 pm or by appointment.  1040 Chamberlin Rd. Gibsons  8862543 ��48w  Pre-Christmas Sale HUMMINGBIRD CREATIONS (Cindy's  Place) O/S clothing - iewellery -  crafts - wood gilts. Other gilt  ideas Regal. Avon. Welkins. Cosmetics Wed.. Nov. 2, 9am-9pm.  925 Davis Rd., Gibsons (behind  Cedars Pub) Free coflee and  cookies  12. Pets &  Livestock  Purebred Balinese male cat Irom  excellent breed line is looking lor a  girlfriend of Ihe same breed,  Siamese or Himalayan. Short-term  relationship with children in mind.  865-2292. #46c  3 mo. old healthy kitten, loveable,  for good, responsible owner only,  t.604.536-5544. #46w  PUPPIES FOR SALE  Border Collie X. $80 includes 1st  shot, deworming and heallh  check. Ready Nov. 27.886-4208.  K46C  Chinese Shar-pei registered male  sable, 12 mos., micro-chip ID, all  shots, portable kennel, good temperament. $1000.886-7756 ��44c  m/zspkmfornewcuems  INVEST IN YOUR HEALTH  KOR TODAY AND TOMORROW..  ��� Kftiuor daily sliess levels  ��� Vase chronic pain & cboomfbfl  ��� Inlegrak youi phyiical, emotional,  menial iipiiiiual bodies  ellen besso  v-T^��� ��� TRAGER*  _2����   ���ACUPRESSURE  886-4274  SptcMbfru la wowti'i health  fre.nMSt.Dfff  The Environmentally  Sound Mutton to  ���est Central  GUARANTEED RESULTS  Visit 10S1 Hwy 101  886-7444  ECOSONIC  Miniature Boston Bull Terrier wanted lor loving home. 886-8563  evenings. 144c  Loving pet silling in my home,  short or long term. 886-4511.H46W  Beauliful old piano, $1090.886-  4669. ��46c  SUNSHINE COAST  COMPUTER COLLEGE  Computer classes. Adult day and  evening classes, children's after-  school. 885-3386. #44  Does someone In your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 865-7484, 888-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565 or 885-7484.  1995 Kids Search * 437-8880.  Kids/babies/ leens. Commercials/models/movies Universal  LLOOKSS. #44w  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  685-6208.24 hour line tfn  THE SUNSHINE COAST  ROOFERS  Reroofing and repairs our specially. For a FREE estimate. caH Al  885-9106. M4c  COOL RUNNINGS  One Ion buck available for hauling, rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotoMing, odd jobs.  885-3917 tfns  Release Stress  Accelerate Health,  Creativity 8r Self Esteem  Ga1ryGaUa9herM.il.  Educating for Wellness  wtth penonaUied coaching  and hands on workahopa  885-3685  Piano Tuning  *  'repairs  ���appraisals  Ken Dalddsh  IAS-1M3  Black Kimball piano, like new,  $4000000.885-5776. #45*  Wanted: Men & women lor communily choir, Pender Harbour.  Carpooling from Sechell. 883-  9278. ��46w  New tradition mandolin w/case,  $200,885-9042. I46w  Private piano lessons Royal Conservatory * Beginners * Limited  Space. Eileen Lewis 888-8988  *45w  Bigsby Tremelo for guitar. $120; 2  Chandler vintage Stral pickups,  new, $55 ea.; 18 in. bass speaker  J cabinet, $75.8850819     ��45w  MEXICAN 4��� CONDO  Puerto Vallarta lor 1 week, 4  adults, $560. Nov. 26 ��� Dec. 3.  866-3991 or 657-9835 (week-  I45C  SECHaT NATURAL THERAPY  CENTRE  Offers cleansing programs, colonic  irrigation and Bio-Kinesiology  (muscle testing). Cal Carolyn 885-  8857. #47w  HALFMOON BAY  Wond  1 Pncx cssiNC,  88S-2I1I  Sunshine Cosst  A sale place lot women and children ki inss Free confidential 24  hour service 885-2*44 tfn  Sat Oct 22 got) w/bkie sapphire  1 diamond, inscription The Ught ol  Uie Sentimental 7341418. #44c  Lab/Dane X. short, yellow fur.  male adult dog. Rbls Ck /Lang,  dale area 886-3880 days. 885-  9103 eves M4c  Stolen from locker st Elphinstone  Secondary, West Beach jacket  pullover, zip Irani, black 1 tan.  Please return to school office ��44c  Dressmaking form, adjustable size  12-14 886-0979 146c  Disabled couple need affordable  dresser, bed, assorted furniture.  885-2177 Arrowhead (messages)  ���44w  Small wood stove. Barbell end  dumbed set. 888-3740.       145c  Deer, ei and moose hides wanted. 886-7727 I45w  To buy: used 4-drawer filing cabinet. Reasonable 886-8097. 144c  1952 Ford pipekup for pads. 886-  2068 aft. 6pm. ��44w  Car stereo: am/lm cassette stereo  lot truck Wiling to pay up to $40  Call 888-7355. and leave message tfns  Downfall of Temleham: books with  dustiackets. antique records Alan  8650991 ��49w  CALCULATOR  Large, oflice style with adding  tape. Sue 886 2622 tfns  BUYING COINS  Bank Notes  GoWJSilvet  Video Elc  8814312  Kayaking lile jacket, comty 1  cheap, cal 188-7355 tins  Double or queen size mattress 6  bs. reasonable. 886-0971    tins  WEIGHT LOSS (fun A simple)  Are you serious aboul losing  weight or tned.no energy'We are  II leaden kl heakh and nutrition  We guarantee reeuRslll M natural 886-10(7 HerbaWe ��� Me-  ptndint DtttnbtrtOft.        144 w  mt  Missing Irom Lynwood Rd. oil  Sffi7JS��L>�� tan*******-*  ffrSLuT*   kit  ^ Shepherd Xkiend^, loves  larStag 885-4144           144c  km,, needs loving home. 885-  M42      144c  Free bulletin board access 14.4  Baud rate 4000 Free programs  BBS! 885-7034 ��44r  10 week old kittens. I labby. 1 calico, first shots, dewormed and litter trained 886-7897 tut  Free to good home (on approval).  2 yold male Dalmation ((purebred) Cal 886-0323 for mfo 144c  Mens jewelry al Chapman Fans  Phone lo identify 885-4888. #44c  Qibsons Ctedl Union parking lot.  gold ting initials engraved on  Wide 886-4542 144c     _mia*aaa^te*astt* Coast News, October 31,1994  15  25.Campers*, RVs  Attractive good nalured cal, all  shols, needs good home. B66-  W m  Lovable mature Shellie, perlecl  miniature Lassie, spayed fern,  needs good caring home. 686-  4W1. *44c  Grandfather clock from Germany,  oak, many features, 3 chimes.,  SSOOO. 886-8550.  To a good home, golden retriever  shepherd X 2 yr. old spayed fern.  Collect Bowen Island 947-0487.  Medium sized Cocker Spaniel X,  seeks loving home, loves kids.  885-3970. #44c  Desperately to a good home, stray  1 yr. old male Shepherd, neut. with  all shols. 885-0415. ��44c  350�� lin. It. used 10 inch bevel  cedar siding. 886-9227.      ��44c  17. Garage Sales  Nov. 586,10-2pm, NO early birds,  427 S. Fletcher. Bikes, toys,  plants, tools, etc. ��45w  Sal. 8. Sun., Nov. 586, lo-4pm,  (early birds pay double), 120,  1413 Hwy. 101 SCTP. Car alarm,  drapes, clothing, lots ol household  Dams, some furniture.        M4w  Garage Sale Nov. 5,12-3pm al  Elphinstone Secondary School.  Three native wood carvings at a  giveaway price. 886-9052.   ��46c  Pacific Energy F/P insert w/gold  doors, $500 or swap lor dirt bike.  883-9590. *46w  Computers, printers, software.  Order now for Christmas. Sechelt  Computing Services 885-2425.   #46w  Nishiki Kodlak 1992, exc. cond,,  $450 obo. 885-2001 Aaron. #46w  Fisher airtight, $150 obo. 883-  9590 ��46w  Paintings by Tonl Onlay  Original watercolours, signed,  dated, framed. 885-4886 eves.   M6w  Large wool barber carpet, $100;  handmade cedar/hemlock bunk  bed, $125; small truck canopy,  $25; linished wood desk, $15;  large wristband wall clock, $10.  885-4886 eves. #46w  350 Chev molor, good runner,  $350,885-4708. ��46w  BARK MULCH  Mushroom manure, $28 sq. yard  FIREWOOD  Fir or alder, $120 spin'and delivered. 886.7774. ��46w  Pioneer digital tuner, Teac cassette deck, Realistic speakers,  $400 Obo. 888-2481. ��46w  Large adjustable Salish loom, $20;  Indian spinner, $45 obo. 886-  7519 #44w  Glass door stereo cabinet, $85; ski  rack w/suclion cups for csr lop,  $25.686-9346 eves. ��46w  5 hp o/b for 125 cc or larger dirt 12 in. Craftsman radial arm saw,  bike, value ol $500.886-7177. $350 obo; 60 gal. H/W lank (con-   ^ vetted to gas), $60 obo; Homelile  Nokia-cellular phone, 2 batteries XL12 chainsaw, $175 obo; Crafts-  plus charger, will sen or trade for man chainsaw, $100 obo. 885-  lax machine. 885-4533.      M6w 7225. #46w  RECYCLED  MILIUM  MAIEUIILS  Large Glulam  Beams  - up to 54'  2x6,2x10,4x4  weathered lumber  smaller lifts  Parallam Beam  Off Cuts  AC Building Supplies  Pender Harbour  883-9SS1  GOLF CLUBS  J Lynx woods, 1,3,4 & 5; Campbell  Spalding assld. woods, 1,2,3 & 4;  ProForm (new) 3,5,7 8 9; P/W  S/W asstd, Irons. Re-grlpping,  repairing, relinishlng. Ed Nealy  I 885-7515. #44w  Full size canopy, $70; double steel  washtubs, $25.885-3808.    ��44w  Executive desk, $200; computer  desk, $40; slacking chairs, $20  ea.; photocopier, $700. Days 886-  4643, eves 885-3351.        #44w  Craftsman 10' HD radial arm saw,  13.6 amps, 120V, good cond., new  table c/w stand on casters, $425.  885-9285. *44w  Ranger electric scooter, new was  $3400, wHI sell $2000.885-0562.  Small microwave, Hoover upright  vacuum, both in exc. cond., hardly  used, $95 ea. 685-3175.      ��44c  73 Volkwagen window van, runs  good, some rust. $900 obo. 865-  9M& M5c  73 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234.  78 Mercedes 280 SE, mint cond.,  aulo, alloy rims, sunrool, $7900.  865-2729. M6w  1979  79 MGB, good condilion. $2900.  886-7249. ��44c  ���ypass  TRUCK*  EQUIPMENT  Auto Rreytlers  I Free Scrap Car Removal I  Buying Late Models  Towins  886-3880  IMS  IBM colour scanner, used once, 350 Chev engine runs great, com-  $500; Logitech sound card, $45; plete with starter, alt., etc. 885-  antique Duncan Phyfe mahogany 4708.                          #44w  table, $200; 4 anlique oak chairs,   "    ��� ; \~.  $125.886-6829.              I45w e     * lhe Ml smokelj    calmnn In fnuin llruilan CIuIaI   Pall  HAY4SALE  tin  Ashley's looks A Rscords  Will pa/ cash for quality,  good condition PAPERBACK/  HARDCOVER BOOKS,  CD.'s, RECORDS or TAPES  Please call ahead  813-1952  BAZAAR AND LUNCHEON  Jewelry, tellies, beke table.  Sechek Seniors Han, 10am, Nov.  12. M5w  MOVING?  Need boxes? Stop by the Coast  News office in Gibsons, Mondey  mornings afler 10:30 am.       tfn  18. Barters Trade  3 bdrm. 1600 sq. It. view house in  Gibsons Bay area. Veiy large  rooms, fruit tress, garage, workshop, fenced, $178,000. Looking  to swap for acreage with temporary living accommodations or  bate land plus approx. $15,000.  lieUcm-m or eel. 885-6107.  LOOKING FOR A UNIQUE  CHRISTMAS GIFT? Locally handcrafted, beautifully linished bull  docks, keyhangers, dish sets, jewelry hangers, etc. Useful as well as  decorative! Various sites and  prices. To view ot order 885-2574.  MOw*  Oil furnace and lank, $200; U-built  tent trailer, $500.883-2555. M6w  FridgkUre washer/dryer, whfte. 3  RSF wood stove, CSA, recondi-  W. dd. $500 (make Oder). 886- ,���,���,��� |hwmo,tlt ^^ m  "Sl _    obo. 886-3128 #46w  Mm Appliance  Repair to all makes ot  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  with warrantees.  Call Harvey at 888-9959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Qibsons  Inglis dryer, exc. cond., $200.886-  8337. 144*  Deluxe Modal avocado range.  good cond. $100.886-2870 ��44w  Inglis washer; Speed Oueen  washer, dryer and d/w; Hoovei  vacuum. Besl offers. 865-0385,  865-9449. *44c  Kitchenaid dishwasher, $100 obo;  Gurney fiidge, $50; Speed Queen  dryer, $50; Inglis washer, $100  obo; Gurney stove, $75. 886-  7556.  King size bed complete. $250:2  twin beds complete. $125 ea 886-  6248       W6e  Qualily queen size gold sola, exc.  cond. $350.886-3032.       ��46w  nmsmiRErepairs  To new or old  furniture. We can  repair splits, breaks,  loose Joints, replace  missing parts, elc.  CABINETMAKER  1044S��S&"��rG��*w  M&M____\  Twin bed maltress. boxspring.  loam maltiesss. pad. exc. cond.  $100 Htm. 886-2899 *46c  Sola, beige wilh brown flecks,  good cond $250 obo 885-7604  146c  Chine cabinet, med. oak.  BUFFET, 2 door plus cutlery  .drawer, 2'3" h x 4'w x 15 d.  HUTCH, glass on 3 sides plus  light. 4h x 46"w x 14 1/2 d. $600.  866-2622 ask lor Anne Page 146c  Moving: 4 drawer tiling cabinet.  Futon couch/bed, loveseat. desk  (6-drawer), end tables, kitchen  table. 665-3566. ��5w  Bleck, brass and glass dining  room sune. 4 chairs Incl. $250  obo 886-7827 *��  Household sale: 6 bet stools,  $100; provincial couch, $100; led  Iridge A stove, $275; bumper pool  table, $50; canopy ctib, change  table, cat seat, etc., offers. 885  5157. #46w  Panasonic, cannister powei head  vacuum cleaner, only 18 mos.  used. Perfect waking order. $280.  885-2079. ��46c  FIREWOOD  Bucked and split, orders, caif 885-  8550. #46c  Wicker tables, plant stands, baskets, 6 drawer solid wood desk,  antique racking chair, misc. computer hardware. 886-7859.   *48c  ATTENTION BEEKEEPERS  Two frame honey extractors lot  sale, $150.886-3626 Kevin. 146c  CLEARANCE  DiPietro Designs is clearing stock.  Everything really cheap. Location:  Molly's Lane Markei, Gibsons.  Open 7 days. 8888078.      ��46c  Almost new, self-propelled lawn-  mower. $300 and cement mixer,  $300; 4 pee. Bahaus LR suile,  $400 885-7575. ��46c  Brand new double glazed thermal  break windows with screens and 2  new patio door eliding units  w/screens end key locks. Priced  below wholesale, due to cancelled  contract Wri sell individually or as  a package 885-0688 loi details.  Me  Royel Albeit (old country rose)  never used. 8 x 5 pee. piece settings and more, valued $3000, wi  sel $1680 obo. 683-2172 Linda.  ��46c  Woodslove. laige capacity, $200  obo. 883-2172. ��46c  Redecorating? Looking for a special gift? Oriental carpets tor sale,  good selection, veiy low prices.  685-7000. ����c  Sega Genesis NHL Hockey '94.  Joe Montana tootbal 94. $40 ea  686-0982 ��5c  Norco Big Foot mountain bike,  great cond. $250.685-3931. #45w  Lopi 380 woodslove w/glass-btess  doors. $200 8857376.       ��45w  TIS THE SEASONED  FIREWOOD  $130 cord, 4'x4'x8'. Call 886-3991  (657-9835 weekends).       4145c  Two 3-spd. folding bikes, idea! for  RVs 01 boats. Uke new. 886-9992.  ss  SX20 telephone switchboard,  greet loi motel. Some phones kid.  $3900.8859068. ss  Sergei. Hobby Lock 784, Plaft. as  new, $500 firm; Panasonic radio  with taps player, $60; Braun juice  extractor, $45, as new. 885-7261.   M5w  Valley Comfort woodstove, $450;  portable washer/Sears dryer, $60  pi.; small woodstove, $30; Enterprise wood cookstove, $350.885-  9297. #45w  4-wheel electric scooter, brand  new (used 3 wks.), $3000 obo.  886-2251. #45w  Truck canopy, fits mid-size long  box, i.e. Rangei, etc. Reasonable.  885-7251. M5C  INEXPENSIVE FIREWOOD  Red coder, split t delivered,  $85/cwd or p/u$60/cotd. Bundled  mill elebs, cedsr, $25/bundle,  fir/cypress, $35/bundle, 6852339,  7-9pm. M5c  3 interior doors, 34" x 80', 32' x  '76l/T(loberes^Md).3rx7f.  One old yaid lamp, siaverial fluorescent lights. 886-7687.     *45c  Yokote mountain bike, new, never  used. Asking $250.886-3936 J44c  Good Franklin F/P - stove, $70.  885-2157. ��44w  Four ��� 195-60R15. four ��� 145-  80R12 winter studded radials, $25  ea.; Lorance X-15B sonar printout  soundei, $150; F/P or freestanding  Fisher Babybear woodstove, $150;  88564148*. 5pm. #44w  Valor lireplace heatat, gee 01  propane, 280 lb. propane bottles;  regulator and pipe, direct vent  included. $675; Two 235-85R16  Michelin tiies, new, $275. 886-  9770. #44w  Small microwave, Hoovei upright  vacuum, both ki sxc. cond., hardly  used, $65 ee. 8853175.     M4w  10 It. F/G boat. $100; antique tractor. $200; pruning ladder, $175; 45  gal. barrels, $10 ea.; 11n. tope,  200 ft. $20; 20 gal. watei roller,  $20; various email engines ���  offers?; 4 Suzuki tkes w/rims, $40;  6x1 scat, regulator/hose/cutting  torch, $75; D/W. $40; end tables:  coffee table, $50; coffee teble,  $40; dehydratof. $25; smell smoker, $15.8850289 lv. mess. #44w  salmon in lown (Indian Style). Cell  us 8860274 9am-6pm.       *47w  Molas- authentic -10 at $50 each.  Perfect foi Christmas, etc. 886-  7214. tfns  ABEX AUTO  RECYCLERS AND  TOWING  889-2020  24 Hr. Emergency Towing  'Fully Insured and Reliable'  Guaranteed GoodJJsed  Parts for moat makes and  models  MECHANIC ON  DOTY  ���4 Wheel Drive, 2 Wheel  Drive and Soma Do Drive'  Dead Car Removal  Service  We buy some  and tow some  ACCESS TO  SATELLITE PARTS  FINDER  '86 Ford Tempo 4 dr., 5 spd., air,  am/fm, $2750.865-6412.        ss  '88 Mercury Tracer LS, as new,  27,000 kms, mini cond. $7000  Obo. 685-7006. *46C  '88 Chev Eurospoit wagon. 5 spd,  108,000 kms, a/c, am/lm cass.,  one owner. Exc. shape. $5900.  885-3727 ss  '88 Chrysler 5th Ave., 318 V8,  cloth Int., P/W, P/B, P/S, 57,000  kms., $10,000.883-9422.    #45w  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunroof mirk. Exc. cond. $6,600 obo.  886-7654 alt. 5:30pm. ss  SUNCO  Recycled Building Materials  French Doors/lnl.-Ext. Daws  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  Lighting/Kitchsn &  Bathroom Fixtures etc.  raw our rAAra or tea  ������������������������  5653 Wharf Rd., Sechelt  ncycwa Sove  MOHSAT9om-5em  Hay/Strew $4.00 bale  Garden mulch hay, $180  Can deliver.  Oota/Barloy.ioelb.  Call between 12-1pm. 8654387.  tfn  IliVK  TniP;4.-7;TP^  Garden Mix & Manure  Compost Blend  Bark Mulch A Nuggets  Lava Rode  Sands & Gravels  Landscape Doth  Concrete Blocks,  Slabs ft Ornaments  Planters  Drainage Pipe etc.  [Mi  Toshiba 288 IBM compatible laptop computer with carrying case, 2  floppy disk drives, MS Dos,  modem, $450.8857144.      IM  AMAZMGI!  Multi-use carte... Greet lor hauling lirewood, parcels, pails, you  name *! Two-wheeled, heavy wke  Irame, royel blue, $30 ea. Hurry!  Quanlitiee eis limited! See et  Sechelt Coast News office, 5721  Cowrie Sl or Gibsons Coest News  olfice (behind Dockside Pharmacy). Mon-Fri., 9-5 pm. tfn  Colour pencil portraits Irom your  favourite photo. Pete, family,  Iriends. 9,x12\ $35. Send cheque  or M/O along wkh photo to P.O.  Box 291, Qibaons, BC VON IVO.  PIS. allow 6-8 wks. lor delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded. tfns  SATELLITE SALES  ANO SERVICE  79 Porsche 924, 5 spd., $72,000  mi., new tires, clutch, major tune  up. Trade loi cai, boat? $4,200.  866-0181. u  79 Ford Fairmont, good running  condition, new trensmission,  exhaust. 885-5102. ss'  79 Mercedes 300, European  model, wegon, seals 7, s/roof,  leather, exc. $8500.8650294. ss  1960  '80 Chevy window ven, 6 cyl.,  good cond. $3200.8853818. M6c  1981  81 Chrysler Newport, fully loaded,  power everything, In exc. cond.  $2800 obo. 885-9100. 145c  81 Cougar 2 dooi, auto, sun tool,  new brakes. $700 obo. 886-3993  tt  1982  MUST BELLI  82 Ohio Capri, 55,000 kms on  rebui eng. Shuttle deck and sunroof $2000.886-2289.        M8c  '82 Toyota Corolla sedan, 5 spd.  standard, $500.886-2948.   645c  '82 T-blrd, auto., powat, exc.  cond., $1800.886-6290.     #45w  WANTED:'82 Toyota Corona station wagon parts car, reasonable.  8854432. 144c  '82 Z-28 T-tops, ledy driven,  gaiage kept, stored winters. $8000  obo. 8888351. ss'82 Fotd Mustang, 117,000 k's, 6 cyl. aulo. Veiy  good condition. $2500. Can 886-  0366. SS  82 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  clutch, brakes, $3100.886-8032.  se  1983  '89 Plymouth Grand Voyager, V6,  88.000 kms, $11,500.885-7420.  ��46c  '89 Jetta, 5 sp., 52,000 kms., exc.  shape, $8000 obo. 8854851 aft. 8  pm. #46*   1991   '91 Mercury Cougar, aulo., air,  powei, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 886-3623.   ss  '91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp., 2 dr.,  ak., tiki cass. $6900.886-2668.  1 ton 4x4 Jeep buck retired W.W.  Upholstery 8 Boat Hauler, new  interiors, tires etc., good cond.,  $4500 invested, best oiler. 886-  woo, nm  60s  '55 Chevy pick up. 283 4 spd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor, rebuik,  $1500.8855487. ss  72 Toyots Lendcruiset. drive train  good, body not, $500 obo. Eves.  686-8393 or hr. mess 649-3930.  Green Onion Earth Station  For all your  renovation needs call  BRUCE KANDAIX  CONTRACTING  ��� Residential  ��� Commercial  ��� Free Estimates  CallBnice88S-l>4>  250 gal oil lank (Ml), lower Gibsons. Swap lor utility trailer, yard-  work, w.h.y. 885-3433 ss  Seers 9' gersge door & opener  (new $1000) $580.6850244.   SS  i It. Okanagan 5th wheel, new  lires, battery, carpets, $9,250;  w/'86 Ford Supercab Larlet,  $15,950.685-0202. ss  See this beauty before you buy. 29  t/2 It. Bonair trailer. Ideal lor  snowbirds. Queen rear bed, 2 dr.  model, large 2 dr Iridge, full bath,  sleeps 6, air and awning. $14,500.  683-2409. ss  Wanted: 9 ft. or under camper  w/bathrm. Have 221/2 It. 5th Wh.  to Irade or sell. 883-2767.    M6w  1981 Okanagan camper van, Q-  size bed, Iridge, slove, lurn.,  press, wtr., Hush toilet, Dodge  chassis, 360 molor, low mileage,  immaculate, $10,950.885-7580.SS  1977 Nomad 20 t/2 lool travel  trailer. 3 way fridge, stabilizer bars,  good condition, as Is $2500.666-  2504. tfns  '80 Dodge ext. van, fully camperized, all new appl., no rust, $6500  obo. 885-7079. ��45w  24 ft. Road Ranger, 3 way Iridge,  4 burner slove w/oven, sleeps 7,  24x6 ft. deck, TV, 3 pee. balh,  microwave, $4000 obo. 6651048.  I45w  Travel trailer by Terry. Specious,  lun kit, balh, sleeps 8. Immaculate  cond. Phone 885-4048 eves for  viewing. Priced to sell. ss  '85 Ford F150 XLT, exl. cab, 2V Nomad Tandem travel trailer,  canopy, 351, s/new parts, gd. lull bathroom, slove, Iridge, fur-  cond., $8900.685-0109. ss   nace. Sleeps 6. $3950.685-3998  '60 GMC van, propane, linished  interior, good cond. $2095 obo.  865-6175. #45c  '60 Dodge 3/4 ton extended club  cab. Reliable work truck. $2400.  686-7207. ss  Ugly Truck -1980 Dodge 3/4 ton  360, V6 auto., runs exc, $875  obo. 885-0908. ��44w  '80 GMC van, white, on propane,  good running cond., $2400, 886-  0226. <44w  1982  82 Dodge 4X4, 316 aulo., 2nd  owner, clean, loaded, musl sell,  $4800 ObO. 885-1085. SS  1964  '84 Toyola 4x4 wilh matching  canopy, new tires, $5,600. 885-  3374. ss  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  866-6204, SS  1688  '85 Toyota p/u, great cond.  (mechanically 1 body), ext. cab,  sunrool, am/lm cass., 5 spd.  $320001)0.888-0296. ��45c  85 F150 6 cyl agio box liner.  canopy. Good economical Iruck.  $4500 ObO. 886-4795. ��44c  1992  '92 Aerostar, 7 pass. Exc. cond.  42,000 km. 686-7524 eves.     ss  ~~        1993  '93 Foid Escort wagon, Immaculate cond., low kms. $10,500 obo.  8658126, message.        *46c  '93 Ford Escort station wagon, air.  auto., elec mirrors, rool tacks, etc.  Only 12,500 kms, as new. With  bal. of 100,000 kms warranty,  $12,850.8850766.  '86 Ford Ranger pickup, 4 cyl.,  78,000 kms, 5 spd., heevy guard  rack in back. $3300 obo. 885-  6580. *44c  '88 Toyola 4-Runner, black,  63,000 km, exc. cond. $11,000.  6654075. MSc  1969  '89 Jeep YJ, good cond., accessories, $10,000 obo. 886-3467.  144c  '69 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp.,  cess., dean 8 comlortable, $9600.  8852133. tt  20 It. Frontier, showei, toilet,  stove, furnace, fridge, el working.  Re-cond. engine. $7000 obo. Can  be seen et 163, Wilson Crk. RV  Pak ss  6x45 trailer, sleeps 6, dean and  good cond. 8852100. ee  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condllon. 6859025. se  21 1/2 ft. motorhome, 480 cu. kl.  48,000 orig. miles, kke new cond.,  capleins chairs, rool air, custom  outside storage, new brakes, elc.  $12,000 or pert pyml. on boat,  suitable foi chaitei.888-7704.   ss  1910  '90 Foid F250 XLT Larial 4x4.  super cab, diesel, trailer package,  loaded. $18,500.6853075. ��45w  '91 Chevy Astra van, v-8, two  toned blue, 7 pees., fully loaded,  except no ak. $15,500.6864592.  148c  '91 Cbev,4x4 IU ten. Long box.  auto, 360, �� Dk* Cepek's performance chip, 3' body Ml, eon-  roof, tinted windows, 80,000 lone.  $14,000 ObO. 6853062,6659790.  Mc  ���91 Chev 3/4 ton pickup, 454 auto.  15,000 km. $16,500.6859424. ss  Boat trailer, tandem. $1600.885  6835. *46c  15 ft. (/glass displacement, b/l gaa  tank. Canvas cuddy cabin, 15 HP  Yamaha 4-sttoke, $2500. 885-  1014. se  27 ft. Argo alum, woik boat, 3 stns,  454, $40,000 obo. 8851014.    ss  MUSTO OFFSHORE  systems, each cont. 12 mm  Heme, for any degree of wsathsr.  Has 3 houn Mel uee. Thsee suto  sre used by most of the whlbrsad  race enlianlsll Sizee L 8 XL.  Boots 10112. New retail $2400  ea, now $1600 ea. 8859282.  75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,  completely rebuilt, price slashed  $4995.8857518. tt  76 Dodge window vsn on  propsne. Pert 01 whole. Drive  home. $795 obo. 885-0531. 147c  '83 Grand Prix, nsw Mich. XH4 76 Foid Ranger 4x4,1/2 ton  tires, wire wheels, $2450. 886- campei specW, exc. cond. $3800.  6195. MM  8853992. SS  '83 Pontiac J2000, biand new  engine, doth interior, blue on blue.  new clutch, very good int. ext.  Unexpected move, muet sell,  $2000 Ikm. 6858053.        I46w  IBM  '84 Chevrolet Camaro V-8 auto,  dark blue, $3500 Ikm. 8857388.   M6C  '84 Chevette, suto., good cond.,  $650lkm. 8854167. Mft��  '84 VW Jells GU. 5spd, red. sr.  mags, $2,895 obo. 885-3136. #44c  84 Honda Civic hatchback 1500S  std., 1 owner, exc. cond. $3495  Hint. Call 885-3943 and leave  ss  77 Ford van, new point, exc.  cond. $1750.888-7690.      #44c  77 Fold 150 4x4. 80 box, new  tkes, lull box. Good cond. $2600  obo.886-4650 tt  76 Foid pickup track, old but  dependable, $600.8857S09M6W  Full size Bronco 4X4,189 XLT  mod., 50,000 kms., losded,  $16,000, must see. 8859892.  ss  79 Foid F150 1/2 ton(i), body  end mechanically good, $2000.  8653055. M4w  1981 Dodge Mexlvan. fully  csmperized, exc. cond., $8500.  8854852. tt  75 VW van, bubble, 2200 cc  Porsche engine, good cond.,  $1600.8850938. SS  Small IS ft. trailer, sleeps 2, good  cond., $875.8850796.       I45w  1981 Chev 3/4 ton p/u end  camper. Nsw banny, tkas, windshield snd biskss. $4500 obo.  885-2347. #45c20 ft. Concord travel baler, with Iridge, stove, oven,  bath, ail, heat, sleeps 6. $3500  obo. 665-9044 eves, or 8858982.  M40  Heevy duty F/S, ex-govt., canopy  siding window, dole, doore, $200.  6850041. *44w  1976.26II. Argosy, dean, good  cond., $8500 obo. 885-0248.   ss  10 ft. Zodiac Inflatable wkh covet,  new, $1600 - sell, $1000.885-  9292. MOw  25 ft. H/D fibreglass workbost, 165  PeikkB diesel, low hours. Slow but  good puller, $13,000 obo. 885-  1014. ss  14 ft. aluminum boat wkh SO hp  Meic engine. $700 worth of csib.  8 elec. woik lo engine. $1100.  8853062,8859790. #46c  Fish or cruise in style, 26.5 ft. Bayliner Explorer cabin cruiser. Wel  equipped, ike new cond., 120 hp  Volvo powei. Replacement value  $65,000, asking $22,000. Comes  w/landem trailer. WI take smater  boal on bade, pickup, motoihome,  etc. 885-0621. M5c  14 ft. aluminum plus n  9.6 Johnson. Includes oars, 2 ie  jackets and gas tank, reduced to  $825.6650796. #45w  H/D 10 ft. fibreglass boat, $300;  couch and chak, gold and brown  tweed. $200; new side mount battery. $70; leather love seat, $75;  Sony record player, $25; swivel  rocker, $10: chak, brawn 8 beige  tweed, $10; weighl eel (115 lbs),  $75 a best offer. 6859677. 144c  FIREWOOD  Diy, seasoned 01 gieen. Cell  Klaus, speak lo my electric secretary 8650679. I44C  F/P insert w/heal exchanger snd  blower, glass/brass door and  accessories (NOT a slove). $160.  6650569. M4w  Furniture and household goods.  Chris 8852260. 144c  WASHINGTON '  MdKMTIItKM  HAY  J.D.450Cw/8-wsy Made. $16,000  ObO. 689-3351 eves. 888-4843  deys. M4w  Excavator, 1981JCB 805.2 buckets, mech. thumb, lebult engine,  undercarriage 75%. good cond,  $15,000 883-2747 *46w  '84 Crown Victoria auto., o/d, d/l,  a/c ��� extras, $2950.885-9648. ss  1889  '85 Aiies K csr, station wagon.  75,000 km, all conditioning,  $2400.8857207. SI  85Camaro28L5sp., Troofs,  $2750000.888-9706.        148s  1986  ���ai/\aa�� ass was ,  yTIIWIW mmw *tm**��j  BOOYWORKI  LIGHT WELDWG  Save Ihe high cost. I wil beat any  written estimate on the Coasl.  PROFESSIONAL POWER  POLISHING AVAILABLE  Foi inlo. 885-0531. 144c  19206  1923 Model T, 350 IM duel  tours, tunnel rem, ex-show, very  ISst, heed turner. $12,000 obo or  pt. pyment. on boet suitable lor  charter. 8857704. tt  '60s  '67 Malibu, 2 door, exc. cond.  $3200 8856336 ss  COLLECTORS  1967 Mustang Coup, 54,000 orig.  1 owner miles, maroon, beige vinyl  rool and interior. 289 V8, PS console, little rust. $7875 or bade lor  1820 It. O/B boat. 685 4031 ��46w  86 Mustang Sport Coupe, sunrool. 35.000 ml., 4 cyl, $4250 060  8852480. ��46c  '16 Olde Cutleee Supreme  Brougham. Leaded, excellent  I46c  '86 Chev station wagon, runs wel,  $2400 Obo. 8850641. 444c  86 Hyundai Excel GLS. 4 dr.  tiatchbk., 160,000 kms., driven  dally, $600 obo. 863-2162 alt  5pm, ��44w  86 Pontiac Trans Am, 350 aulo.  P/W, P/DL, AM/FM, cassette, new  tires, new nose cover, $3500 obo.  ���44w  '86 OUs Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player. $5795.886-7150.  1967  87 Dodge Omni, 94,000 km. good  cond. no net. $17008855102 ss  n you  pay for 2 Inmmrilon*  SO  FOR ONE INSERTION  U   iill 11 ai��� U 1��� ar -*���I ���><���  HI tnMF IM HMNVy VT nNKfnOfll  Edition. Up lo 10 words; 25 tents  tor ton) oddiiKJ��� word.  Altclouifiedsmustbo ^^^H ft* 1*1, fori I fill  pre-paid before insertion  Swrw Soff Classlllmds  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run until  you instruct us to cancel it  tgif CMIISinM OMOMM * Nol avathbm hr commttrcktt odwfts*ri  Coast Nows  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  NUeeetay MIHm Thursday MHteie  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUMDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Secheh 885-3930  FAX 886-7725 FAX 885-3954  me 16  Coast News, October 31,1994  OMC I/B 155 hp. rebuilt, $1200.1- Canoe 15 ft. 8 in., libreglass with  604-594.2303, *45c paddles, $450.865-5307,        ss  Engine and running gear package 24 ft. Campion Offshore,very  tor 12 - 16 It. inboard boat, clean, 100 hrs. on 260 HP Merc,  Includes 8 hp Kohler. exhausl sys- new leg, standup head, VHF, Dig  lem mounting plate, coupling, ss F/F, bail tank, full galley pack alt.  shaft bearings, stuffing box and cabin, lots ol slorage, very nice  prop. Worth $1350, selling $800 weekender and fishing machine,  firm. 886-9868. *44c $17,500. (trailer also avail.) 885-  10 ft. Horouston runaboul. $200.  865-2368. ��44w  Necky 2-person kayak, 3 paddles,  2 skirts, $2400. Nigel or Sieve,  886-2003. ss  '88 20 ft. SeaRay, cuddy cabin, V-  6 Mercruiser, am/fm stereo. VHF  radio, galvanized trailer, $19,500  obo. 865-7162. ss  New 10' Horizon libreglass boat  and 93 Evinrude 8 hp. $1600.886-  7207. ss  Attention: Divers 6 Hunters -16 It.  Hurricane inflatable, 35 HP Johnson, trailer. 12x20x6 portable  garage, $4000 obo. 885-4019.  ss  Wanted 14-17 ft. welded aluminum boal w/40-60 hp O/B. Mark  866-3910 ceN. 665-8107.     *46w  5774.  Heavy duly 50' Hoat ramps built to  suit. 883-2610 or 883-9290.     ss  28. Motorcycles  1990 DR350 Suzuki Enduro.  10.000 km, mint cond., garage  kept. 1 owner. $3,300 obo. 885-  3604. ss  1990 Honda CR60R, brand new,  no miles, $1695,885-6166.      ss  1985 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.886-4616 alt. 7 pm.     ss  29. Wanted to Rent  For Ren  Gibsons Loin  Ocean view 2 bdrm. legal suSe, 4 Small 2 bdrm. house minutes to View end prov. pk, blight, new 3  appl. garage, $600/mo. Incl. heat, stores and lerry. Privale, 4 appl.,   bdrm. 11/2 bath home. Deslreable  log. 986-4773. #46* N/p, avail. Dec. 1. $650/mo. plus  utils. 865-7590 alt. 6pm.  1 bdrm. suite lower Qibsons. suit  one person, N/S. $500/mo. 886-  4225,686-8986. ��4��w  Lower Qibsons large 2 bdrm suite,  $525/mo. ��� util. 8858896.    ��46c  M5w  Fumished 1 bdrm suile, utilities,  meals, laundry included, N/S.  $595,686-6588. ��45c  2 bdrm view home, central Qibsons, f/s, avail, immed. Refs.  req'd. $600/mo. 8868028.    #45c  cul-de-sac location, W. Sechelt,,  N/P, rels., aveil. Nov.  15,  $975/mo. 929-2123 (9:30-11am),  684-2904 eves. (7.9pm|.     ��45w needed to transport people to  medical appointments, locally and  Volunteers Needed  Lifeline Is looking for an assistant  to keep up client dala base and  intake ol new clients.' Drivers are  Davis Bay, 3 bdrm. house, 2  baths, N/S, N/P, $700/mo plus  utils. 665-3835. ��44w  New 3 bdrm house, privale, view,  large deck, 3 appl. $950/mo. Avail!           Nov. 1.949-8138. ��6c   Qranlham8 M^ ocemUM   apt, Davis Bay,����{���,P^*  also needed. ��� A publicity assl*  Oceanside, oceanview, 2 bdrm  in Vancouver. All expenses paid. *  Dogwalkers are needed by Ihe  SPCA, musl be over 14 and love  animals. Qeneral assistance is           _               avail, immed., n/p, n/s. 792-8731  iL".������?!8.8!.';,^.0,!!?; b�����a.'   M5��' M5�� 'an���� Ca" ��>M"  baths.~doubTegarage~l/'|>!'s'inl'n'!  I,un*y' bu"8,0U|8- WWmo, No  after6pm. M4c  I renlal Nov. t. One woman.   2 yr. old house. 3 bdrm, 2 1/2   clea"4 t"'3hl one bedroom suite,  SICHILT MARINE |  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  MCMMC   MNAMS  MABYC   'Marine  Surveyor iand Comulioni  1974 Riviera Star, 24 ft. sloop,  near new sails, (3) furling head  sail, 9.9 Honda, marina head,  propane stove, $9500.865-6311.  ss  Tandem axle trailer, $3800. 883  2297.  22' Bell Buoy rebuil 302 and Merc  leg, convertible hardtop and can-  vas. VHF. lishtinder, trailer.  $8,000. Will consider part trade.  885-4019. ss  25 It. Reinell. deplh sounder, good  mech. condition $9000 obo. 886-  4870. ss  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built lo  suit. 883-2610 or 883-9290      ss  27' Concorde l.g. cabin cruiser.  318 Chrysler i/b, radar, VHF, CB,  sounder, compass, sleeps 4  Excellent condition Ready lo  cruise. $17,800.866-7240.      ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-2O-3O-4O-5O-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 863-2456.       Ifn  20 fl. Ultralux, lull keel sailboat.  $2500.886-4566. ��44w  leave message 604-677-1111  *44c  The Coast News  is looking for 1000 tq ft of ipact  Im stuffing newspaper* one  morning per w��k. Some sloiage|  space is also required.  Please call Larry 0 886-2622  for further Information.  from ferry. N/S, mature adults pre-    _* M6-8774.  ferred. N/P. $875/mo.  immed. 733-7211.  M5c  Avail. Spacious 1 bdrm. apl. Qood loca-       **c lion, patio, 4 appl., $550/mo. ind.  Immac. 2 bdrm ground level unit.' rieat and hydro. 296-5215.   M5w  partially lumished, 4 appl., n/p. House avail. Nov. 1, Qranthams  $625/mo ind. heal. 8856206.146c  Landing. Qood view, 3 bdrm or  Port Mellon Hwy., 2 bdim. view P088illle ln'la��8ulle- ��25/mo-  $850, Teresa Bartrim 886-2670.     mn4i M��5 <><"��� ,44c  2 bdrm, 2 balh, 4 appl, upper  duplex, suil elderly couple.  $700/mo. * 1/2 hydro. 865-0605.  . #440  Near new 2 bdrm. lownhouse. 5  appl., gas F/P, near downlown  Sechelt, $700/mo. avail. Dec. 1.  Call eves 922-8456.  tant is needed by tocai arts society, Is an Interesting and lun position, flexible hours. Contact the  Sunshine Coasl Volunteer and  Inlormation Centre 8855881.  M4w  Your Place In Vancouver  Sbared Accommodation  View, beautilul, peaceful Southlands UBC area. Ige. bdrm. 1  olfice, (sep entrances), full bath,  shared UP. kitchenette, W/D, N/S.  N/P, $550/mo incl. utils. 266-  6176. M5w  4-5 bdrm. or 3 bdrm. wih 1 bdrm.  self com sule view home In Bonnlebrook. Avsil. Dec. 1, $tl50/mo.  long tetm leese prel. 686-3575  eves. #46*  Lower Qibsons, large 3 bdrm.  sule, W/D, $700/mo. utils. not ind.  685-8895. ��44w  2 bdim. view house, $700/mo.  885-5026. *46w  Spedacular view Irom this luxurious 2 level home. 2 bdrms. ��� den        ������ 1500 sq. ft. Open Iloor plan,  2 bdrm suite, includes light, heat  $1000/mo.   Avail.   Nov.   1.  and cable. $600/mo. No dogs.  Stephanie 866-0234. M4w  Hallmoon Bay  Pender Harbour  Tiny Flowei Children's Centre /  Daycare seeks a supeivisor  *46w assist., F/T or P/T. Applicant must  have ECE Cert, or is presently  enrolled In ECE program. Send  resume to Box 571. Squamish, BC  VON 300 or call 692-5566.   #44w  j   Business &  Home Services  HOME  RENOVATIONS  Specialists In  Additions ��� Carports  Concrete ��� Decks  Doors ��� Windows  Cabinets ��� Finishing  You name III  All projects considered.  Free Estimates  FlrmPrlcea  References available  BRUCEFRASER  EOT.  885-9576  SERVING THE  COAST  FOItlS YEARS  All amenities Including good view,  w/l, Halfmoon Bey, $500/mo. 885-  5766. (46c  Avail. Nov. 1.686-2630.     ��45w  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  Roommate lo share 3 bedroom  home, $350, available now. 686-  3 bdrm home, bey area, Qibsons.  Refs. req'd. $600/mo. Aval. Nov.  1 885-7994, 4-6 pm or lv. message. 146c  2 yr. old 3 bdrm. duplex,  $750/mo.; 3/4 bdrm. execulive  view home, $1000/mo. 8850779.   #44w  1 bdrm. - $440/mo. and 2 bdrm, ���  $480/mo. Incl. h/w, onsile caretak-  Actlon: Alcohol and Drug Counselling Society. Sechelt, seeks  an experienced Co-facilitator to  work wilhin an assaultive men's  group. The successlul applicant  will be working with e Senior Therapist. Dulles will include some  2 bdrm. giound flooi suite,  Sechel, $525.    2 bdrm. fumished Tuwanek leese,  ! 10x48'mobile home, $12,000 obo. $700,  Veiy fast 17 ft. Sllveillne 115  Recently renovated, covered  3 bdrm. house Sechel, Nov. 15,  Meic, powei trim, stainless prop,   porch, ki park, fenced yerd. 883-  $750.  garage kept, new trailer. Lowrance 2696. 146c  Halfmoon Bay, 3 bdrm. view home  on ecreage, hot tub, 5 appl.,  Redroolls near Welcome Beech,  $950/mo, N/8, N/P. 885-6085 lv,        _____^__���  mess. #44w  preparation, Interviewing, co-facik-  2 bdrm cottage, 4 new appl, pri- $480/mo. Incl. h/w, onrte ctraUk- Msd.li. Perk, 3 bdrm house, 5 "^J*?**"*"*  ���Z, veteendview,5mln.minleiry. af, profttstontlly managed, doss appl., view of herbour, avail, req ^ Mtattlons. Pralerred  -   SS95 plus heat and utilities. Avail, to transit and all amenkiaa, hydro Immed. $750/mo. 604-278-0898.    eppllcante will have e minimum of  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  Installation, linishing, refinlshing,  FREE ESTIMATES. 685-0641.  ��47c  THE SUNSHINE COAST  ROOFERS  Rerooling and repairs our specialty For a FREE estimate, call Al  6659106. I45w  Dec.l. Phone 8859025.  Self-contained cabin, lower Qibsons, near beach. $465/mo. Sul  single working person. Aval. Nov.  1.8658904. ��44c  I46c  extra. Rets. req. Cal Mon-Sat, 9-  4. Qibsons 886-8073.        ��44w  sounder, msny extras. Hate to  sell! $6,500 (km. 8653604.  Ped avail, tor single wide mobile     home. Steps Irom the beech.  Qiedy whit. 25 It., 1980 twin  5205/mo. 6852887. M6w  M.ic. 470, excellent cond.  $42,000,883-2211. ss  1026 sq. ft. wih 7'xt4' woodshed,  2/3 bdims., 2 storage sheds. Pri-  Cute new furnished 2 bdrm. view  home, toss., Qsrden Bay, $650.  3 bdrm. rec room Beach Ave.  view, $1000.  Commercial  1900 sq. It. workshop, powei  hoist, compiessoi, $600.  1 bdim suite wih view, ges FP,  rys, n/p. $500/mo. 8857037. ��44c  290 Skyline Drive. Superb views.  32. Commercial  300 eq ft oflice space foi tent In  professional building in Qibsons,  on 800 block of Sunshine Cosst  *46c a BA In a social science, experience In Ihe counselling Held and  proven group woik expeiience.  Alio en understanding ol the  dynemlcs of men's counselling,  group work end violent behaviour.  TIXW-AY  Mobile MUlworks Ltd.  CttittmSiitlttf  aastu  Dean 885-4794  18 ft. SeaRay. 1981 Merc in/out,  val. back yard, woodstove and oil  f"'"R"y p,0P,rt�� "���"���  comes with trailer, lish linder,   heat, S.C.T.P. #37, $37.500.886-  agement, Dave Austin 8853296.  VHF, 2 covets, veiy cleen,  $11,000,683-2211. ss  8005.  ��45w  Lovely, deen 4 yr. old, 2 bdrm, 2  20 ft. Double Eagle h/top, cuddy  balhs','sights. vaVlled Mii'lng' J,"0.^���"! STI'"I'���'  cebin, galley, heed, tebs, new carport, deck, in Rockland Wynd  Lowrance soundei, compass, Park. $74,900.885-2705.       ss  radios, rear canvas. $9,500.883-     "���  2409                              ��� 12x70 1973 Leeder. 2 decks,  _  appliances? $19,500. 885-0225  19 ft fibreform hardtop, 165 Mere eves.                             ss  I/o, VHF, CB, sounder, baitbag, ~~~~~~~~~~~~  timer, bkntabs, auto pump. $6000. 197' '���"PUN*. }*%%/, 2 bdrm  883.9923                         ss w/2 extra rooms added. Carpeted,  cedars and southern expoeure.  Fenced yerd wih pond end fotut-  tain, close lo schools end beaches. Available Nov. 15. $650/mo.  John Austin 8868107.        *45c  RV SITE FOR RENT, near North  Rd., quiet, treed area, $l50/mo.  plus utils. Avail, now oi Nov. 1.  983-3185. ��4Sw  Gibsons, tent includes heat and  Housekeeping room, own tridge,  Unfurnished 2 bdim trailer on Two bdrm house. $800/mo. 886-            beautiful 1/2 acre lol with mature 4661,677-1770. #44c  Hwy. Available Immed. For further  Pay will be 825.50 per hour to a  hformaHon conlact 885-5738   Ifn  maximum of 200 houie ovei a  View 2 bdim sule, n/s. SSSOAno. a������^^^^^���m  Including central heating, Nov. 1. 3000 eq. ft. commercial  686-4773. 844c   office/retail space for rent, central  EVA'S HOME SERVICES  Weekly - monthly cleaning. Aek  about extias. Reliable 8 reasonable Lv. mess. 885-4024.   Mm  HOUSEKEEPING!  HOUSECLEANING  8159108  #45w  #44C  APARTMENTS  hot water, $550.  Two - three bedroom apartments,  renlincludes heat 8 hot water  $650 6 $675, no pets.  SECHELT  shared klchen, bright. Steve 886-  252��-  0539.  Nov. 1,2 bdrm house, Hopkins.  Spectacular view, 2 min. lo beach  / lerry, w/d, parking. $650/mo.  886-0283,8859234. ��44c  2 bdrm. mobile S. Coest Perk,  $580/mo. indudes pad rental. 886-  Qibsons location. Flexible leese  package. Cal Denis at 686-3705.  *46w  ��45w  3 bdrm. home, bay area, Gibsons.  Refs. ieq., aval. Nov. 1. $800/mo.  6857994,48pffl or hi. mestJ45w  Bachelor sule, quiet, walk to feny,  own entrance 8 deck, N/P, N/S,  $375/mo. 6857490. ��46w         Two bedroom townhome In adul  good cond., 4 appl. $24,500 al  oriented complex, available Nov.  26 ft. Chris Craft, standup head,  Sundance Park. 9850459.     ss  1. great view, fireplace, washer /  Lower Gibsons with harbour view,  garden, 2 bdrm. maki floor, newly  decorated, N/P, N/S, tele req.  gaaey. Ige. V-bwth, 2 yrs. oM. 350  Chev Crusader i/b, direct-drive  new prop - A�� mahogany, compl.  top/bottom done over, VHP, depth '  sounder, asking. $6,500, 8 mos.  moorage left at Secret Cove Marina. 885-2771 ss  2 person libreglass kayak, all  equipped, good cond. $2400.865  7645 ss  22' Heavy fg Dsvidson doubl.  endei. Single cylindei Fan/man  diesel. $9500 fkm. 685-9068   ss  12' aluminum boat. 7.5 Merc o/b  motor, $1800 fkm. 8659049.   ss  NowAvailable  New Double Wide Site  '"  In local retMamerit park  For kilo on ordering new home  Cal 597-3322.  dryer. $750 plus utilities.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  - 8K4330'  1 bdim. cozy lop floor view sule,  across liom Yacht Club, N/S,  $450/mo. 6859737.    230-4099,685-0615.  1 bdrm. lovely view apl. lower Qi^,,,.���T  twelve month period. This wil be e  contracted position. The success-   ful applicant is subjed to saBslac- yiNYL SIDING INSTALLATION  lory references, Including police Free estimates, al work guaran-  record review; certain police teed. 885-4708. *46w  lecords mey preclude appointment. Closing dete Is November  15,1994. Please forward resumes  lo: Mi. Ron Breadner, c/o Action:  Alcohol end Drug Counselling  Society, Box 2647, Sechek, BC,  VON SAO. ��44w  Elphie's Ceberet Is looking for  reeponsible doormen. Apply in  peison to Chile, Wed. to Set., 6-  ��45w $720/mo. ulils included. 1-604-  350 sq. fl. office space with private  930 pm. Hn  ���All aspects of  Drywall  * Custom Painting  ���Journeyman  Workmanship  T>MmllH9A-pUtl*f  885-1064  #46w  streel entrance. Rent includes  sons, bright and sunny. New bad.-  Charming small tlmbei frame   .... ���.,  room and klchen, in a welI'mW'' AWIiHg oft acreage wttti eoittab,^16' "T  heat, llghl and hot watet. 886-  CALL US TODAY FOR ALL  ^5t YOUR EMPLOYMENT NEEDS!  For Renl  Gibsons Langdale  m  tained quiet and secure building.   N/S. N/D. One pereon $500. Iwo   Up to 45*0 a^***��&ila*���� rtieltit' SUNSHIME COAST EHPLOY-  Lsundry, close lo sll amenities,  pereone $700. Fumbhkige avail,  storage building. Unobstructed  **NT AGENCY, 663-2162.    Ifn  $640/mo. 8853420. #45w' 8850995. ��45w   floor area, 12 ft. ceiling. From $2   ...._���. .:l. :;.J���J. - r__  eq.fl.pei/mo.922-7836.     M4w *��*n*leIgNpradtieleattattis.  Dsve ol sll Trades - innovative  repeks and Ideas. Have the look  to do the job. Give me a cal. 8M--  "fc7o:"' J*""  **!CO  m  28 Motorcycle:  1982 750cc Yamaha Virago, exc.  shape with exlras, low mileege.  $1500000.8850648.  Lg.. lumished rm, $350/mo. kid.  util. N/S working peison. 886-  7185. I45w  Furnished bibelot,**., ell |*l|> .New 1 bdrm. trailer, very private,  ties, near marina. *50/mo. Avail' dose to feny, NS. N/P, $380/mo.  Davis Bay/Wleon Creek hal aval- diractoiy 24 bra  Dec.l. 886-3343. #45w  plus ut*. 8859625. #44w  able. Wheelchair lacilities.  2752 or 885-9963.  tfn  Excel. Income, easy woik. Cal for       623-2360  extA74. Ml  DIRT PEOPLE  Yerd maintenance, naw landscaping, rework old landscaping, weekly cuts, Insid. repairs, low rates,  exc. refs. 886-9593. 146c  GIBSONS-NEAR NEW        New 1 bdrm. house with exc. view  (Duplex) 3 bdrm., 2 bath, spacious and beach, one mile from the terry  Roberts Creek Hall avail, dances,  Ave!. Nov. 15, fumished 1 bdim.    lite  small house, near beach and leny. klchen, laundry. 5 appl.. garage,. terminal, $650/mo. indudss yard   parties, weddings. Yvonne 865   ���    Quiet, private location, $500/mo. $850/mo. Avail. Nov. 1 or Dec. 1.. moHlenence. 6852738.     *44w  1981 Ysmshs 550 "Maximim",   886-9051 146* 2955215  exc. cond., offers? 885-9604 M5w  ��45w  7815.  tfn  22 t/2 ft. Double Eagl. OB   weli, $950 obo. 883-9303  350/280 baitbag VHF sounder.  $23,000.6853448. ss  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       3 bdrm. west coast contemporary  Wanted - oarson to share fi* �����-  mal mt .n ���������,.,.   a G��*am8 Post Olfice waterfront  2 bdrm. mobile Incl. F/S, D/W,  duplex, 1500 sq.ll wih S/F, W/D  *. t^JL tx/JZ^tA*.  1983 KX-80. good cond., runs  ground llooi sule, 1 bdim., IW.  W/D. $6O0/mo. 886-9581.   M5W' Ifff. N/P. rets, req. 1625/mo.   vtt,umi8,,e,lata<1��'offil��M6-  *47w  singl. parson, $500 plus utils.   , ��� ������:  8654588 aft. 4:30 pm.  ���    886 9238 #46w   Low" Gll>s0n8- ,ami lluPlex- 3  3802 aft. 6pm.  Wanted: Classic wooden run-  about 6852738. ss  1986 Yamaha F2750 Sport bike, ^^^^^^^^^  exc. cond., well maintained, besl Bedroom wih balh in view home,  oiler (no time to ride). 8653302 or Aveil. to commuter es needed.  833-2038.                      M4w 6853032.                      I46w  lg. bdrms. sundeck and giassed  1 bdim. bas.rn.nt suit., avail,  yaid, W/D, F/S, F/P. No dogs.  Nov. 1, would sul single woiking  Home Services  FumDure: Stripped, sanded, stain /  polyurethane painl, faux finishes,  etc. Trina Nicholson, 6850312.  Refs req., aval. 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LowPnces instant  shipping Parti, accesso  nes for Jeeps from 1942  10 1995 GEMINI SALES  4736 E Hastings  Burnaby. BC V5C 2K7  Phone (604)294-2623  FLEET pricing   Fleet  pricing on any new car or  (ruck Anymakeormodel  Full financing or leasing  Can Rick Mitchel 1-800-  563-5603   BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  PAIN RELIEF without  drugs Bio-Activated Energy products (B A E )  Product A distribution  available Product guaranteed Reply to B A E  Products. Box 1573.  Revelstoke, BC VOE  2SO  EARN EXTRA INCOME  Homeworkers needed lo  make stylish beaded earrings, year round, at home  INFO Send a seit-ad-  dressed stamped envelope to ACCEX CRAFT.  829 Norwest Rd Suite  813. Ext 3625. Kingston,  Ontario K7P 2N3  BUSINESS Of PS.  BCHOME-BASEDGIFT  PRODUCERS are invited  to participate in one of the  largest wholesale gift  shows m British Columbia' Under tne Home-  Based Business Program.  the Ministry ot Small Busi  EDUCATION  A NEW Career? Lots ol  jobs available. Trained  Apartment Condominium  Managers needed ��� all  areas We can train you  now' Free Job Placement  Assistance 681-5456/1-  600-685-W*.  ^Stf&l t?.vij^Tj^  , ture has reserved space  at Southex Exhibitions' j  ' Vancouver Spring Gift i  Show for the twelfth BC |  Creative Arts Show, to be i  held at B C  Place Cta- [  dium on March 12th -14th  1995   Over 120 of BC  home-based businesses  will be chosen to exhibit at  the B C   Creative Arts  Show   Gift prooucts m  eluding jewellery, portery  glass, weaving sculptures  and other gift items will be  sold wholesale io buyers  trom across Canada and  the Pacific Northwest  People interested m ex  hibitmg must submit samples of their best work to a  selection committee by  Decembers 1994 There  is a non- refundable jury mg  fee of $30 and an additional $100-150 for sue- :  cesstui applicants to se- :  cure trade show space  For more information or  application contact impact  Communications Ltd, at  520-5720 or 857-1788, or'  toll free voice message  centre 1-978-6155 or tax ',  854-3067  |  FLOWER AFFAIflS7 An  exciting proven, profitable  new concept revolution.*.  mg the flower buiness  Brought to you by the  founder of *Rent-a-  Wreck" Minimum cash investment $25,000 Call  {604)868-8816 Thisisthe  best thing since  BE READY For lhe XMas  rush Photos on mugs  Complete ready to go  commercial system with  many extras incluoing supplies Trelning supplied  Phone (604)792-2886  Yearning to make it YOUR  business? 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Fax 807-468-  4273  CERTIFIED HEAVY Duty  Mechanic Capital Tractors a Equipment Ltd is  accepting applications for  the position ot Certified  Heavy Duty Mechanic at  sur Williams Lake branch  Field expenence on John  Deere industrial equip-  meni and welding/tabn-  caimgispreterred Qualified applicants please  send resumes to: Ken  Nix,ServiceManager.115  Boundary Street, Williams  Lake, fi.C V2G 4K3  Ph (604) 392-2901 Fax  (604)392-2501.  STEEL BUILDINGS:  "Cheaper Than Wood".  Quonset-Strafghtwall  quonset, Structural Steel  Buildings B.C. Company,  we won't be undersold  Service and satisfaction  guaranteed! Western  Steel I  9800.  ���I Buildings 1-800-565  XMAS IS COMING! Impress your guests wtth  your favourite gourmet  dressing receipe Creamy  Italian, dill.caesar withan-  chovies for that extra zing  or zesty Greek Write for  yourtavourrterecipe Enc  $3 00 4 S A S E to  Georgio's Gourmet  Specialties. 801 -41212th  St. New West BC V3M  6R2 or call with Visa or  Maslercardfto (604)524-  5622 or fax (804)432  9034 An additional 75  cents will be added to or  ders uwng credit cards  HELPWANTED  LIVESTOCK  BOER GOAT embryos:  Both French and South  African Quality donors  Photos upon request  Flexible pricing. Package  includes surgical transfer  by qualified vet learn Over  twenty yew expenence in  goat management  Woodh.il (Nancy)  (403)938-4012  person, N/S, N/P, $525/mo.  includes alutfe.886-2751,  2 bdrm. apt. central Qibsons.  Hydro and cable not incluled, skylight, newly painted, $S9S/mo.  886-7018. Hn  For Rent  Roberts Creek  2 bdrm Ikxjm, lug* private lot,  1650/mo. + 1111. AvUlmiMd. M5-  6126.luvamMMg��.        146c  3 bdrm. upper Hoot, quwt cul-de-  UC, Ml. Dee. 1, $75<yfM. M6-  0779 ever ��44w  Driven waited. Apply with class 4  arKUbstract.BM-sm      146c  S.C. COMPUTER COLUOE  Improve job opportunities,  increase confidence end skills lor  competitive job markets. Register  lot ou adul day/evening classes  M5-3386. *46w  Sunshins Coatt Building Sup-  plat requites a P/T caster. Drop  olf resume to 5630 Whart Rd..  Sechelt. Deadline tor applications,  Nov. 5. Apply to Ml or John.  **���!_t*  *t��Vic*  SKCIAUZMaiNi  ���VENETIANS tVaiKALS*  ON-SITE CLEANING  816-7363  Door Pre-Hang  Service  ��� Sales, Repairs ft Installation  of Wood, Metal  4 French Doore  ��� DoorLitesto brighten  your entrance  ���We do custom sizes  SUNCO 885-8M9  ^\5W4  TRAMTinULDECOMTMQ  Contract Draltsperson required,  mutt bt dotal orltntited. Prater-  met given to applicants with previous CAD experience. Please  MaCELUNEOUl  POETRY CONTEST  S24.000 In pnzas ywty  Possible publication  Send one original poem  20 lines oness National  Library of Poetry, Bon 704-  'MS Omnje Mills Ud  21117  MOBILE HOMES  FACTORY DIRECT Single ano double wides  Quality manufactured  nomas I -800-667.1533  "If we can'l make a deal  well pay your way home''  4 bdrm. dble. wide, lenced yard,  W/D, w/stove. o4 host, (ml trees,  garden. ttWmo. 8SMSM, 68$- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  OW. I*��m state wage expectations. Send  case at t board hearing, I tin  resume to Box 660, Gibsons, BC  Mf, s. Cou|,,r c Rs,p. 686-  VON IVO. I46w  ATTENTION EMPLOYERS  II you are paying high WCB premiums dut to continuous claims,  poor safety record or other reasons and It you need advice, t  representative to preient your  For Rent  Seclielt & district  0121.  145c  8SS-M2S  tfn  BOBCAT-BACKHOE  Brush clearing, drain fields, back-  fling, ate. 683-2063,970-2019.   I44W  Computet consulting, word processing, data entry, programming,  Bedford. Resumes and more 686-  413t I46w  MJJSOMO  Vinyl and cedar exteriors, soffits, I  lascia. Fred Cocker, 885-6065,  eel. 1-660-1560. On  Large 2 bdrm tpeitment plut uH.  room, ocetn vltw, n/s. n/p, fid.  pletse Avail. Immtd. $635/mo.  885-5357 ��46c  Dentil hygenltt needed, two or  three days par month. Phont alter  6 pm 866-7005, Dr Janet Wet*.  New basement suite ml a view  everything included, 600 tq. ft.,  SeOO/ro 665-45M  WATSON LAKE. YUKON  We are looking for an en-  tr.usieslic, energetic individual with eicellent communication and programming skills The job is a  challenging one involving  the day to day manage- I (4031447-3414  ment of a Childcare Centre Must have 2 year  ECE Ceratcale and ex  penence Wagoofteredis  ll 4 00 to 11700 an hour  and negotiable Please  call Panel (403)530-7502  Eves or (403)530-7360  Days.   I BUY FACTORY DIRECT  Let Noble Homes learn ot  . architects design the  ' home ot your dreams  Unique in every way! Top  Doner    for    Trades  PERSONAL  Davit Bty ttl conttined recently  deconttd 2 bdrm. suite, main  floor of houte Urge, wrap-around  deck w/partial view. F/P, 2 bty  windows. 4 appl., Itnctd ytrd,  1675/mo 966-0459. #46*  Tht Vtncouvtt Sun nttdt in  adul w/ctr to deliver 135 papers  14^   Irom Sechel lo Davis Bay Please  ctl 300-2067. *46c  EAGLE EYE CONSTRUCTION  Renovations, finishing t repaiis.  (46w  Qualify home builder. For al your  building needs, call Draw 885-  4557. #46w  Newl    _^^^__  oddilioni, large or small.  Custom mill work.  Reliable Affordable.  EDITOR - WITH A MINIMUM 2 years experience,  needed lo direct e newsroom or four A sense of  community, Quark XPress  and a keen eye tor design  mandatory Mail or lax  your resume to: Claire  Macdonald, Whistler  Queslion, #304-4204 Village Square. Whistler,  BC VON IB8. Faa:932-  MM  t bdrm. suite, single person, N/S,  N/P, $525/mo. 885-7719.  "PSYCHIC CONNECTION" Gfted Psychics  tell your future Love,  Romance, Money Career Live/24 Hours I-  900-451 -3530 Exl 2293,  $3 99 per minute/Must be  It years Newcall Ltd  (604)954- 7420  DREAM LOVER NETWORK. ��1 Singles Dale.  line. Find True Love Tonight! 100's Of Voice Personals"! Men/Women All  LrfeetyleVP references 1-  M0-451-55tt exl SSS  *3 2WMm IB./louchtono  Small 1 bdrm. house, parklike setting, mature, respon. quiet lady  pre).. N/S, N/P, 1495/mo. 885-  2045. I46w  2 bdrm trailer, w/d. Also, small  trailer, sul t adul. Cedars Trailer  Court 885-3313 146c  3 bdrm, w/d, Vs, l/p, storage shed  Aval. Immed. 1850/mo. 885-7245.  ��46c  2 bdrm, 2 bath, 4 appl., uppei  duplex. Sul working couple. MP.  $650/mo. hydro, cable incl. 865-  0806. 145c  Dancing Bear Early Childhood  Centre requites a permanent p/t  assistant. E.C.E. qualified or  E.C.E. student prelerred. Applicants without early childhood training are invited to apply but wll be  req'd to enrol In ECE courses al  If* Capilano College. Send resumes and reliable house and yard dean  by Nov. 15 lo Box 55, Fawn Rd, ��ig. 885-7896,885-0925  RR1 Halfmoon Bay, BC VON 1Y0,  685-5607. ��45c  COASTLINE FENCING  AH Cedar Wooden Fences  Decks �� Porches  iSpedelly  Call after 6pm 866-2218 Bob tint  CABINS TO CASTUS        Dttlgn, rtnovatlon, remodel.  _______tf.at**_\   Framing lo lockup. 886-0380.886-  0684eves. tin  Tan-Lou - Efficient, experienced ���  Automotive computer diagnostics.  145c 17 yrs. exper., licenced mechanic.  ���    Fiee estimates 886-4136.    I46w  Experienced baker required lot  tetail outlet opening soon In  Sechelt. F/T I P/T bakery help  needed 685-3395. #45w  Sunshine Coast Cab Co is hiring  courteous, well-groomed drivers  w/Clast 4 and abstracts. .886-  0777. I44w  HOPPY'S TRANSFER  Economy shipping between main.  land 6 Sunshine Coasl. Construction t agriculture supply our specially.  DUMP RUNS  Wll remove anything, anywhere,  anytime. 886-7774. D46w  BARTENDING SERVICE  For all special occasions - book  QUALITY WOODWORK  We look al all jobs big or small.  For prompt, quality work at an  affordable price, call Art Glet-  brecht 6S6-M72 or M6-71M Mn  THE HOUSE HANDLERS  Your ne# house tnd renovation  contractors ��� foundation, framing,  siding, roofing and rerooling.  Hilmark Cad Store 4 to 5 deys  ^   per wk, flexible mtl hours. 886-   now lor Christmas partes. Cal Pa  insulation and drywall From A to  ��** >**��   fl��7l25^ ��46w   Z.M5-7534. 145,  rrrr  1  MHMMBMttMMMjV^ Coast News, October 31,1994  17  35 Business and  Home Services  VILLAGE OFFICE EXTENSION  matf oar office your office  Full Secretarial  Services  Answering Service,  Word Processing,  Bookeeptng, Public Fax,  Photocopying A more...  All work handled by  VlUofe Olfice Extension  le guaranteed confidential.  The services performed  In our office are kept on  file for your convenience,  or we can send you one  of our Insured temporary  staff to assist or relieve  In your office.  HtW only t phone coll away...  721 Winn Rd., Qlbeone  886-3320  ephemera  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.   tfn  Renovating, see It first In 3D, computerized Dream Visions, move  Willi, windows, furniture, right  down to landscaping. 886-4136.  MOANINGTOWN  FAMILY DAYCARE  Licensed quality daycare has  spaces available (Including 1  space lor a child under 2 yrs.).  Fun, warm caring environment.  Lisa, 866-2203. *46c  Babysitter avail., 7:30 am ��� 5 pm,  Mon-Fri, my home. 885-5443.  MJo  Alter school care lor one 'pre-  teen', Rbts. Ck. area. Some lighl  housekeeping, Refs. 885-6210.  ��45w  I will entertain your child al your  party ot wedding or ceremony.  Sonia 865-5046. Rels.        MSc  Childcare, P/T ot F/T avail. Rides  lo school and pickup. Refs. available. 866-3001. ��44w  Reliable, responsible babysitter  . needed 5 days per week lor a 2  and 5 year old. 886-9847.    #45w  C*t*'��**d  *Uvi**  SPECIALIZING INt  ���VENETIANS ���VERTICALS*  OH-STTE CLEANING  ���86-73*3  LAWNHGARDEN  Fruit tret pruning and spraying,  gardtn renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  cleanup. Cal 8864)180.        tfn  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  showtr pinels, CSA approved  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. tfn  Certified Journeyman Carpenter.  Efficient ani reliable. Enjoys ntw  conslruction and renovabont. Cal  Maureen, 8M-72S7. MSc  For al your renovation tnd addition ideas. Established local  buiWer By hour or contract. Free  a^fcMtdEdMS-3107..,jM:  ECONOMY MOVES  tnd rubbish temoval. Two mtn 6  Iruck available. 885-4706.    M6w  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Will remove anything, fast courteous service 88^4804        146c  Specializing in decki, fences, ren-  ovations and landscaping. Quality  work and I* prices, 885-5846.  M6c  Do-it-yoursellers: I'll help build  your ftncl, dig your trench,  remove thai dump or head to tht  dump, among other things. Janet  (JP) 885-3068. #45w  Homt Improvements, Renovations. Repairs Certified Carpenter Reliable, eflicienl service.  886-8652 Bred M5w  Carpenter, 40 years experience.  Residential, tenos and addition!  Smaller contracts preferred. 886-  9257 Joe, #45c  Honest, reliable woman will do  housecleaning, rels. available.  665-3502. #45C  Honest, hardworking homemaker  Ml. lor days or eves. 885-5443.  145c  DRYWALL TAPER  "Save money!" You board, I'l tape.  15 yeara experience. Quality service 885^5564 #46w  Low overhead, Venetian blind  operation. Gibiom. Primt mill  location. Will show ma|or growth  profit with enthusiastic management. Qood referral business to  yrs. In business. 886-3932, 886-  9477. (45w  BIG US SWM  Using your FAX mtchlnt or FAX  modem, recorded message gives  details. 1-600-266-8773 Ext: 60.   144c  Oyster lease Blind Bay, Nelson Is.  Raits and product, $9600 obo.  863-2635. M5w  Down to Earth Simple Buslnessl  Consumable Products a Residual  Income.  NO Inventory  NO Delivering  NO Repeal Selling  NOBihg/Colectlons  NO Tedious Pipework.  Thoie serious aboul t home-  based business cal 865-0521.  I45w  Established retell store tor sale,  excellent lent. With or without  Inventory, leasehold and fixtures  it less than itittup costs. Greet  opportunity lot interested person  wanting to own their own business. Serious inquiries only. Reply  Bat F, c/o Coat News, Box 68,  Sechel, BC VON 3A0..       #44*  For sale. Chiropractic / medical  supply co. Wotk at homt and aim  money. Barry 686-8204. it  1200-ISM Weekly! Assemble  product! it homt. Easy! No sel-  ingl Direct payment. Filly Guaranteed. No experience necessiry.  Call 24 hrs. 1-504-641-7776 ext.  Vn 'Qiig tr  ass;  Engraving butintu specializing in  souvenir spoons tnd smal Hems.  WI Ml lor coit of engraver md  stock. 885-3396. M5w  STORAGE  Neat Wilson Creek  AWN 700 H *  MAX 3300 sqft  ��� Covered.  'Stxuemd'  a Cement noor ���  phon*  923-7836  Light hauling, rubbish removal,  free estimates, seniors discounts.  Norm 686-9603. M4c  SEAWAY CONSTRUCTION  416 Cat backhoe service, seplic  fields, drainage lines, water IMS.  clearing etc. 665-0621       I46w  CERTIFIED EQUIPMENT  OPERATOR  WUh 12 yn. wotk experience, lor-  mer sleelwoiker, familiar wih D-  10, 0-9 Cat. excavator, backhoe,  loader. Hiab, crusher and more.  I'm reliable, bondable, solid refs.  Lou. 886-7774. *45w  Houseslltlng or housecleaning.  References avail. Bondable. Call  Join 886-9879. ��44c  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard dean up, light moves, odd  jobs, quick. Iriendly service 885-  9694 or 8866494 eel. jH��C  COOL RUNNINGS  One Ion truck available lor hauling, rubbish removal, moving,  yard maintenance, rototlng. odd  )Ott. 8654917 tarn  Fdl cleanup. Blackberries, leaves.  windows, tivtslroughs, siding.  MM Mp moving? Few hours/lew  dan. Rob 866-3822. MM  CALL FOR TENDER FOR  Dlch Maintenance/Construction  Contract No 06-944)05  Job Description: Approximately  24,968 lineal mtttti ot Ditch  Maintenance and Comtruction in  Ihe Sunshine Coast Maintenance  Area.  Tandor OptnmQ Otto: Novwibw  17,1994 at 2:00 PM. Surety Bid  Bond or Certified Deposl Cheque  a not required. Tender documents  with envelope, plant, specifications and conditions of tender are  available for a S2S 00 lee ONLY at  the Administrative ollice of Coastal  Roads Division ��� Interior Roads  Ltd., al 1862 Sunihint Com  Highway. Gibsons, BC btlwttn  the hours 01830 AM md 4:00 PM  Monday lo Friday, txctpl holidays. Telephone (604) 8864243  Tended wi be opened a die Gfcsons Adminitlntlvt Ollice dl  Coastal Roadt Division, Interior  Roads Ltd, BC. 1440  REQUEST FOR TENDER  The Sunshine Coast Community Information  Database Committee Is seeking proposals for the  design and creation of a single source integrated  electronic information system capable of providing  up-to-date community information to a wide variety  of users.  For further Information and a copy of the terms of  reference, please contact:  Sunehlne Coeet Communily Information  Database  c/o Sunshine Coeet CoramunHy Futures  P.O. Box 1SB1 Suite 2086710 Teredo SL  Sechelt, BCVON SAO  Telephone SB6-283B Fax 888-2707  Submission deadline Is 4:00pm Friday, November  18th, 1994 at the above address.  remember when  Indoor  Cats Are  Happy  Cats  Indoor spayed  ���nd neutered  cats lead long,  happy and  healthy lives  Call that have  experienced lhe  outdoors win rued  tlnw to adapt to inside  life but wil] soon enjoy  the comtorti ol a uie  Indoor home.  QQSO  5 YEARS AGO  A landslide between Port  Mellon and the Woodfibre mill  near Squamish was the cause of  extensive BC Hydro blackouts  throughout the lower Sunshine  Coast Saturday. The slide, first  noted by a Hydro helicopter  crew, was threatening to knock  out a transformer, so power cuts  were necessary to clear the rock  and debris.  Local writer Peler Trower,  fresh from the Gabereau show,  will be autographing his book of  poetry Unmarked Doorways at  the Coast Bookstore on Gower  Point Road in Lower Gibsons.  Cliff Gilker Park in Roberls  Creek will soon bear a tribute to  Ihe memory of a man whose  unflagging dedication helped  make the park a reality. Ole  Storvold, who passed away  October 19, did the grading  work on the park which was  hewn out of the bush with volunteer labour.  10 YEARS AGO  Pender Harbour clinic is on  an even keel after stormy times,  boasts a one year contract with  the present doctor, and is mak  ing several improvements to ils  patient services. Its members  will not increase their society  fees this year.  It was, when all is said and  done, a cold grey October day  bul while the nearly 1,200 people who gathered to mark the  opening of the John Daly Park  in Garden Bay last Saturday  shifted from foot to foot and  huddled in their coats, they were  warmed by the affectionate  memories of the remarkable  man they had come to honour.  Four generations of the  descendents of Gustav Alfred  'Gus' Lund, pioneer raincoast  logger, gathered recently on  Keats Island to officially designate 'Gus Lund Road.'  15 YEARS AGO  Gambier Island residents and  properly owners organized lo  protest a proposed copper  molybdenum open pit mine on  Ihe island.  The school board pondered  the question of suitable location  and considers the Village of  Gibsons' offer of a SO year dol-  lar-a-year lease on land next to  council offices.  Area B taxpayers take exception to an attack by Director  Charles Lee on Chairman Ed  Nicholson and the SCRD for  alleged harassment of Mrs.  Cooper of Cooper's Green.  25 YEARS AGO  One of the lasl of the old  steam tugs, the Prestige, now  rests at the wharf in Gibsons  where il was towed by its new  owner, Martin Higgs, who says  he bought the boat to save it  from the scrap heap.  The Coast News editorialized  thai inflation does not appear to  be levelling off.  35 YEARS AGO  A cougar kilten treed in Ihe  Seima Park area is now in the  Stanley Park Zoo.  Three hundred people attended the official opening of the  Peninsula Hotel.  45 YEARS AGO  Wilson Creek is reported on  the way toward acquiring a  community hall.  The Sechelt Board of Trade  met to discuss the incorporation  of Sechelt Improvement District  as a village.  MONDAY, OCTOBER 31,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  West Howe Sound Recreation Facilities Commission  Wednesday, November 2nd at 7:30 p.m.,  at Chaster House  Parks Committee  Thursday, November 3rd at 2:00 p.m.  Public Utilities Committee  Thursday, November 3rd to follow Parks  Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee  Tue^clay. November:8th^7:pp p. m   Regular Board '  �����   '  Thursday, November 10th at ,7:30 p.m.  IMPORTANT NOTICE  Please be advised that all services of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District offices will be severely restricted on  Wednesday. Nnvpmher 2nd, due to a Provincial  Emergency Program Exercise.  PENDER HARBOUR AQUATIC & FITNESS ONIIE ��� 113-2(12  Haunted Hallowe'en After School Free Swim - Monday  October 31/94,3:30-5 p.m.  The pool will closed Monday, Oct 31/94 for the fireworks  in Madeira Park.  REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS  The Sunshine Coast Regional District REQUESTS  PROPOSALS FOR THE REMOVAL OF RECYCLABLE  SCRAP METAL FROM THE SECHELT AND PENDER  HARBOUR LANDFILL SITES.  The SCRD requires that all scrap metals be removed  on a regular basis and that the storage area at the  landfill sites be kept to the smallest practical area. All  proposals should include the frequency at which the1  scrap metals will be removed and the size of the area  required for adequate storage. Previous tracking  information is available upon request.  The SCRD anticipates revenues from redirecting the  recyclable scrap metals.  Please direct written proposals to the Sunshine Coast  Regional District Works Department by 2:00 p.m. on  Thursday, November 17, 1994. Any or all proposals  may not be accepted.  S.K. Lehmann  Superintendent of Public Works  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ��� BYLAW 310.42  BYLAW 310.42  (Maximum Floor Areas & Heights of Dwellings on Small Parcels)  COOPERS GREEN HALL  7:30 P.M., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15,1994  and  FRANK WEST COMMUNITY USE ROOM  7:30 P.M., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16,1994  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of Ihe Municipal Act a public hearing will be held to consider the following bylaw of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District:  1.        Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 310.42,1994  The intent of Bylaw 310.42 is to amend Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning Bylaw No. 310,1987 to incorporate  provisions to regulate the maximum floor area and height of dwellings. Bylaw 310.42 will incorporate Ihe following changes:  1. A maximum floor area provision of 0.30 limes Ihe parcel area will apply to residential and rural  zoned parcels less than 1500 square metres in area in Electoral Areas B, D, E and F.  2. On parcels less than 750 square metres in area in Electoral Areas B, D, E and F, height of dwellings  will be restricted to 8.5 metres except where the slope of a lot exceeds 20 percent in which case  the maximum height will be 11 metres.  3. The maximum height for a "free standing auxiliary dwelling unit" (ie. cottage) in Electoral Areas B,  D, E and F will change from 11 metres to 4.5 metres, the maximum area of a building containing a  free standing auxiliary dwelling unit shall be 55 square metres and a free standing auxiliary dwelling  unit shall nol include a garage as part of the building.  The public hearing is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, November 15,1994 at 7:30 p.m. at Coopers Green Hall, 5500  Fisherman Road, Halfmoon Bay and on Wednesday, November 16,1994 at 7:30 p.m. at Frank West Community Use  Room, 1224 Chaster Road, Elphinstone. All persons who deem their interest in property to be affected by the proposed  bylaw shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained in the bylaw.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaw and is not deemed to be an interpretation of Ihe bylaw. The bylaw and associated  reports may be inspected al Ihe Regional District Office in Ihe Royal Terraces building al 5477 Wharf Road, Sechell, B.C.,  during office hours, namely Monday lo Wednesday 8:00 a.m. lo 5:00 p.m., and Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  from October 31,1994 up lo and including November 16, 1994.  Mr. L Jardine  Secretary  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Box 800, Sechell, B.C., VON 3A0  I     HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:OOPM news  Rockwood AGM  Outgoing Rockwood Society president John Vance watches  Tuesday's annual general meeting unfold after giving his  report on why the society's financial and managerial woes led  to temporary layoffs of Rockwood Centre staff this month.  Day to day operations are hoped to return to normal  following the election of 13 directors and a review of a  projected deficit situation. Joel Johnstone pholo  court notes  Driving without licence  William Edward Lowen was  sentenced to seven days in jail in  Sechell provincial court Tuesday and prohibited from driving  for nine months after pleading  guilty to driving without a  licence. Lowen has previous  convictions for similar offences.  Driving while suspended  A 26-year-old man, Persy  Edward Mogensen, was sentenced lo a fine of $500 and  seven days in jail for driving  while suspended. He was alto  prohibited by the provincial  court judge from driving (pr  nine months.  Mogensen will be considered  to serve his sentence under electronic monitoring.  Impaired driving  A local man was fined $600  and prohibited from driving for  three months by Judge D.E.  Moss after pleading guilty to  impaired driving. Jerry Ryer  was stopped by a police roadblock Sept. 17.  The conviction also carries  an automatic one-year driving  suspension.  Driving while prohibited  Clarence Kyle McDougall  received a $300 fine and a  seven-day jail sentence from  Judge D.E. Moss after pleading  guilty to driving while prohibited.  Court was told McDougall  drove in August before a 24-  hour-old roadside suspension  received the day before had  expired.  McDougall was recommended for consideration for electronic monitoring. He was also  prohibited from driving for one  year.  Assault  A 15-year-old Sunshine  Coast youth is scheduled for  trial in Sechell provincial court  May 5, 1995 on charges of  assault and carrying a prohibited  weapon. Charges stem from an  incident which allegedly look  place Aug. 11,1994.  Trial date for the youth was  set in Sechell court Tuesday,  Oct. 18.  Under the Young Offenders  Act, the youth cannot be named.  SatHHlay. November $tb  J3 SUNSHINES  KARAOKE  OMN SUNDAYS 12 ��� 6 / LUNCHES MOM. ��� Ml. 11; i  Next General Meeting  Tuesday, November 15, 1994  S< CLIP   &   SAVE ^  Small business program targets Native women  by Sandra Smith  Aboriginal women, including those from  the Sunshine Coast, could get a boost into  Ihe world of small business Ihrough a new  program announced last Wednesday (Oct.  26) by the BC government.  "Small Business Development for Aboriginal Women" will offer regional conferences and a series of workshops this winter.  Sechelt Indian Band member Del Paul  said this week she hadn't been notified of  the program yet, but was glad to hear about  the opportunity.  Paul, who spearheaded an aboriginal  women's support group three years ago, said  she knew of very few aboriginal women running small independent businesses on the  Coast but believes it could be part of the  route to self-empowerment.  "Native women are going to have to start  taking the initiative and working towards  regaining First Nations aboriginal self-identity. When you start working towards thai  and recognizing that and making it a part of  your goal, it becomes very, very important,"  Paul said.  The program announced last week was  initiated by the Ministry of Women's Equality and developed with the Ministry of Small  Business, Tourism and Culture.  Regional conferences will be starling up  in November lo introduce aboriginal women  to the principles and basic practices of small  business so they can see "what's really  invloved in starling up a new business," said  Dianne MacDougall, a communications officer in the small business ministry.  Organizers have tentatively scheduled  workshops for 10 women from each region  but no one will be turned away, MacDougall  said. She added aboriginal women will help  facilitate ihe program along with economic  developmeni officers, business owners and  representatives from financial institutions.  At Ihis point, there is no financial assistance available to help participants start up  businesses, she said.  Most of the funding for Ihe $528,000 program has come from BC 21 funding  ($364,000) and the rest from the two ministries involved.  fSUSSEX  G      REALTY  I   \     (,  1  II S { )  \  S  (MI&fPM ua ran uttfrl at aaiM or tt  TV)  Home or  .Property  Evaluation  For aclion not excuses  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office  I       ,','j [L*{  Salmon Inlet hydro dam to proceed  by Sandra Smith  A $20 million hydro-electricity project in Sechelt Creek will  go lo lender in December and be  operating by April of 1996,  developers said Thursday (Oct.  27).  Conwest Exploration received government approval this  summer for the power project  northeast of Sechelt in Salmon  Inlet, said Ron Swanson, the  Toronto-based company's West  Coast manager.  Swanson said there are four  to five components of construction, some of which may be tendered separately to allow smaller contractors lo bid.  Turbines will divert up to 5.4  cubic metres of water per second through a pipeline intake at  Ihe lop of a canyon in Sechelt  Creek, he said.  More than three kilometres of  pipeline, costing $6 million, will  be out of view, laid "by and  large below ground" along  existing logging roads.  The pipeline will lead lo a  power house built in Coasl Salish design which Swanson said  he hopes will be esthetically  pleasing to the public.  Six new power poles will  also be erected along an access  road to carry the electricity to  BC Hydro transmission lines,  and when the water is dumped  back into the river, it will have  produced enough electricity for  about 4,500 homes on an annual  basis, Swanson said.  "We've optimized the  resource," he said.  The only way we could make  il produce more power is if it  rains more."  The Sechell project is one of  13 small hydro power contracts  solicited by BC Hydro in 1989,  he said.  Conwest is operating four  similar power projects in  Ontario bul this will be the company's first in BC.  Swanson was hired by Conwest two years ago to start iheir  West Coasl operations but has a  14-year history wilh small hydro  projects in North America, he  said.  "There's been a resurgence  of small hydro in recent years,  primarily to displace fossil  fuels."  Swanson said the Sechelt  projeci has undergone environmental reviews by 11 different  referral agencies including local  governments, Ihe Department of  Fisheries and Oceans, BC Environment and Fish and Wildlife.  He said the developmeni  would have "zero impaci" on  fish in Ihe river because the section where water diversion takes  place is in the canyon.  "There are very few fish  below the canyon and,  upstream, the ancient species  can't migrate back and forth  anyhow because there are too  many barriers."  Swanson said Conwest has  offered to build a $250,000  spawning channel downstream  from the hydro project to  enhance spawning in the area.  The company has asked the  Department of Fisheries and  Oceans to design it and offered  employment to the Sechelt Indi-  :���"'  an Band to operate and maintain  il.  Local MLA Gordon Wilson  said he would like some insurance against environmental  damage. '     '        \  He said he was concerned the  Conwest project was going  ahead without proper environ-'  mental assessment.  Al a meeting held earlier this1,,  monlh by Ihe Foreshore Advisor  ry Task Force, Wilson and oth- ,  ers wrote a letter lo government  requesting Conwest put up a  bond "lo mitigate damage or.  loss to the environment".  Committee members pointed  to previous experiences with  local fish farms whose owners  went bankrupt or abandoned  their projects and never cleaned  up their mess.  &�� WE NEED VOUR SUPPORT  Money. Food. Clothes Etc.  ThankVoul  ^Thrifty*  MttPTHE  or ���(WIN  ^ Nov 216-30.  For fop quality computers  and service, don't Play  "hit and miss".  Call us first to tfet  it done ritfht the  first time!  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