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Sylvia Buschaus doesn’t have to rely on complex marketlng strategies and customer base
estlmates. She knows her product, who will buy It and when. Buschaus’s product is chocolate
covered almonds. H e r “Company” Is the Brackendale Jr. Secondarv School actlvlty fund. Her
sales secret Is simple. “My d a d suggested selllng them In front o f the I.lquor Store” says Buschaus
who lsenterlng grade nlne this year. � 1 1 hope I don’t get In trouble for telling you that,” she adds.
She has been selllng In front of the store every day for the past three weeks except o n Thursday,
Friday and Saturday when she sells In front o f the Bank of Montreal. “Payday,” she says, “ I t was
my Idea t o sell there.” Last year her proven sales techlques won Buschau a Nlshl 10 speed. This
year, “so far I’m supposed to be in the lead I’ve raised S450 so f e r . ” About half of the students
at Brackendale are pushlng thelr almonds for the schools ectlvltv fund. Also last year her school
sold more chocolate
covered almonds then any other In the rountr,. But none o f them sells as
hard as Sylvla Buschaus.
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Squamish & Howe Sound complaed, bids will be solicited
Chamber of Commerce announc- from several B.C. Consultants for
ed today that the contraci has [ h e carrying out of such a study in
been signed with Ministry of In- collaboration with ihe Chamber
d u s t r y & Small Business Develop- of Co mmerce.
ment, laying out the condiiions
The Terms of Reference will atgoverning the expenditure of ihe tempt to address many points
fifteen
thousand
d o l l a r relative i o the projects and
(Sl5,000.00)grant offered by the hopefully lead to a much more
Ministry and announced earlier by derailed feasiblliiy siudy in the not
our MLA John Reynolds. The too diaani future.
grant being spent on a preliminary
The Chamber o f Commerce a1
many delays the peddlers poiicy ciudy of the waterfront proposed i h i s poini wishes to thank all those
committee has decided to wait un- by the Chamber of Commerce.
who have contributed their effortc
t i l 198s to institute its recommenAs qoon as the Terms of t h u s far and look forward to f u r __
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Reference for the study have been [her input as the work progresseq.
“We took a long look at it and
decided Io brinn In- a- Dolicv that
-would come into effect for the
balana of 198S,” said Harvey at
last w e k s council meeting.
Harvey would like to see IWO
sites In town for peddlers to set up
and sdl. The old Chamber of
Mountah FM is opening an ofCommerce site at the entrance to
fice 10 cover the Sunahine Coast
town Ath u p to IS sites and, on
this week.
the other side of town, across
New reporter Barry Forward,
from the Royal Hudson on block
who 18 moving to Olbsons with
19 a n a h e r six to eight spots going
two des people and a recepto tendcr.
tioniat, mid they sa up a transrnlt“That would take care of all the
ter on Bowen Island Monday and
peddlers in t h e commercial area o f
started to open up their ofnce in
down town, says Harvey.
Gibsons today.
Harvey told council he feels the
Forward rays t h e ) hope (0
two peddlers market could
begin broadcasting by the beginnbecome a tourist attraction and
ing of October.
could add to the town.
”lt’s going to be a lot o f f u n , ”
The proposed policy changes
says Forward who w11l be busy
will not go into effect until 198s
covering the three communities of
becaun licences are issued on a
Sechelt, Gibsons and Pender Haryearly basis January IO January.
bour.
The moratorium on issuing pedWhile the music will continue to
dlers licences has also been lifted.
be played at the Mountaln FM station in Squamish, and S q u a d &
will continue to receive local news
and commercials, the Sunshine
C o a t will be getting their local
news.
Commercials only for the Sunshine Coast will be played whlle
manukripts but that the quality is
Squamish-Whistler commerclals
UP
broadcut through
the 107
“People w h o are now writing in
frequmcy transmltter on Bowen
this novel competlon have read
Island.
what they are up against .for
Forward a y i he hat only henrd
80me this i s their third or fourth
poritlvc m i o n i from the rialime,” 6he says.
tloni plan to move over. ��It’# BOBook itorei acro61 North
Lng to be pretty exdting,” he uyc.
Amorlca (and now for the nrtt
Reception In Vancouver of the
time tn Neu York) tpontor the
itntlon ihould improve mardndly Mouotaln FM new, reporter Bnrry Forward hordd over to Clb.
event .
from “iplll over” from behlnd the ronr thb week l o help WI up Ihc rrdlo Btatlon�i o f k I b m . Tbc
Moaly Book6 In Squarnlsh
Bowen Iiiand transmitter poing to Squrmhb b o d ,lollon will b q h broadcorllng to the Sulublnc
sponsued Stroh, 21, the only enVancouver.
Coost by owl) Oclobcr.
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Peddlers in the park
Turning a problem into an attraction 1 3 what Alderman Chuck
Harvey wants to do with the pedaters in town.
A f t a months of debate and
Motor Vehicle Branch.
Regarding student training,
Wilson said students, espaddly
those starting In klndcrganm and
grade one arc glvm instruction on
proper boardha and dlsembarking procedura Including emetgmcy e v a c u a t i o n p r o c e d u r e s .
Students who mlsbehave on b w
are reponed to the school prlncipal �and In certain Instances can
be b a d from riding the bus for
a specifled time.
For the past 15 years, the policy
of the government has been to
allow three children (small o n e )
per bus scat. Trustee Marchant
said Highway Minister Frcwt.
had stated he wns thinking of bringing a legislation to allow only
two children to a scat. She said If
this was ever e n f o r d , it would
mean more buses would have to
be purchased and more d r t v m
naturally would have to be hired.
In this time of restraint, the
wondered where the money would
come from
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Mountain FM
to Gibsons
Municipal election looms
November 17th
Isn’t democracy tiring. You just get through one election and another demands your attention.
You’re too late to get on the voters list i f you forgot to
register in August, but y o u can still fill in the forms, at the
front desk of the Squamish Municipal hall, for the court of
revision at the end of the month.
Aldermen Chuck Harvey, Dave Stewart a n d Corrine
Lonsdale are u p for re-election again, as is the mayors seat.
School board has Margaret Marchant and Heather P a t tullo also completing their terms.
So far, only Valleycliffe resident Peter Rot che has announced his intentions to r u n for alderman, a n d few others
a r e expected to announce until minutes before nominations close. Rumours are, a fair number of candidates
from both sides of the political spectrum will be running,
s o m e of whom prompted by the prospect of a one year
term should an alderman resign a seat to run for the
mayors chair.
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At 12.01, just after midnight, at
the beginning of the Labor Day
weekend, Andrew Stroh 881 down
in front of his Smith-Corona
manual typewriter to write his flrst
novel. Three days Later, after IO
hours of sleep and “a lot of coffee” he had S4 pages o f “ 8 fan.
tary type novel.’’
Stroh was competing in the
Seventh annual International
Three Day Novel Writing cornpetition which started in Vancouver 89 a ioke, then a bet, then
an InIcrnational event that last
year attracted 7000 would be
novelists and maybe insomniacs
1 1 ’ s too early to tell how man!
compaed In this years event says
event oruanizer FITUXCB Eggor
from Pulp Press In Vancouver
“There likely will be more in
terma of manuicripti,” she says
The winning novel will be
p u b l l h d by Pulp Pres6 a i habe
the sewn previous wlnnera.
Eggor ~ a y reports
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from Toronto indicate there are sliphtlv letr
New sound for Gibsons
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ELECTORAL’AREA D VOTERS LIST
COURT OF REVISION
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TAKE NOTICE that the Court of Revlslon forathe19841
la5 5ect6ral-Area D,Voters List of the $qutW/$1FLIlWt
Regldal District will be held in the Dlstrict of Squemlsh
Council Chambers, Squamish, B.C., on Mohday, October
lst, 1984 at 7:OO p.m. to 8:OO p.m.
The �Court of Revision Will h b r all complaints and
correct and revlse the List of Electors, and may
rjl
(a) correct the name of electors Incorrectly stated,
(b)add the names of electors omitted from the list,
(c) strike from the list of names of persons not entitled to
vote or dlsquallfled from votlng,
(d)conect any other manifest error In the llst, or
(e)shall add to the list the name uf a person quellfled on
August 31 to have his name entered on the I k t and for
this purpose the court may accept an applicationaa
completed under Section 42 If delivered t o the court at
its flrst sitting
The Voters List may be seen on the Notlce Board of
the followlng places after September 20th, 1984:
(a) Regional Dlstrlct Office
(b) Brltannia Beach Post Office
(c) Squamlsh Munlclpal Office
(d)Squamish Post Office
(e) Garibaldl Highlands Post Office
(f) Brackendale Post Office ,
(g) Alpine Lodge, Garlbaldi, B.C.
(h)Whistler Municipal Office
(I)Whistler Post Office
Ivan R. Knowlea
Secretary-Tmasurer
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Cooking with Cents,
can’�saveyod moneyTA
Cooking Wifh Cents, the Ing and take some of the problems
ooOkbook by Norma Bannennan . out o f having company.
a d D o w Joy Halliday, can give
Cooking WifhG?nfsis available
the hmcnifiker tips o n how to in Sauamish at Mostly books and
produce meah easily, quickly and at $9.99 makes a w&bme yidi-
tion to your cookbook shelf.
It has been on the drugston
shelves for a year and is one o f the
ten most asked for cookbooks in
the book stores,
at reduad coats.
They hawdevclopd a selection
of recipes
From appetizers
and Soups thrbugh 16 desserts, all
a.
nutritious
+&appealing.
Half the red- in the book are
made from bask ingredients, the
other half are prepared -from
eleven simple home-mixes which
can be prepared and stored and
then used to prepare a wide variety of foods.
T h e mixes include: a Master
Mix for Baking, Oatnuai Cookie
Mix, two Pudding Mixes, White
Sauce Mix. Tomato Sauce Mix,
G r o u n d Beef Mix, Chlcken
Chunks, Two oven coatings and a
salad dressing mix.
T h e mixes are specially useful if
you’re going camping, or have a
holiday home. They can make
meals easy to prepare so you can
have a quick hot meal in a hurry.
The recipes are suitable for
company meals and for entertain-
Open House a success
Capilano College’s Open House
in Squamish was the most’ SUCcessful ever. It’s estimated that
well over 200 people attended.
One hundred and twenty-one people tilled in the Educational
Survey and Mrs. Carol Madryga
of Brackendale won the free
course offered by the College.
Squamish community members
were able to meet and speak with
Principal Paul Gallagher; Deans,
Douglas Jardin and Greg Lee;
Associate Dean, Bill Gibson, Nancy Lynch and Bev Harnett. Norris
Martin represented the College
Board; it was his first visit to the
Squamish campus. Hilda Rizen,
our local board member was in
hospital and our thoughts were
with her.
In addition to the Administration, community members were
able to meet with the instructors
of the various courses: Nick
Pareis for Psychology, A n d r e
Vajda-Janyk for Fitness Leadership, Bill Brown for Office
Technology, and Shirley Brown
and Frank Ransay for Adult Basic
Education.
Repnsentatives for the Instrub
tion Suppott Services included
Susan Herity and Sue Carter for
the Library, Paul Casselman for
Financial Aid, Oary Siegrist for
Counselling and &v Hill for the
Achievement Resource Centre.
Free workshop
at Cap College
Over 80 young men a n d women between t h e ages of 13 to 18 years attended Ihe Canadian Red
Cross Youth Seminar at C a m p Elphlnstone from Aug. 27 to Sept. 3. T w o students from
Does every day leave you feel- Squamish, Mlchelle Q u l n n and John French attended. At the seminar. thev discussed lhe history
ing stressed? We think we can help and functions of the Red Cross, international issues, participated In a first aid and water safety
you. Come to Capilano College’s course a n d enjoyed many social functions. John is assisting Kathv n a v i s with the current Red
free Y O U A N D STRESS Cross fund raising (mall-in) campaign and he Is looking forward to hecoming involved in the next
workshop which is being offered blood d o n o r clinic.
Thursday evenings beginning
September 20 and ending October
18. Classes will run from 790 to
9:OO p.m. at our 2nd Avenue loca[ion.
Do you get befuddled when you
Mrs. Thelma Thevarge of changing schools with Sue Enright Wray - . J teacher at Stawamus
have to write a report or an essay
Elementary has resigned and
or when your child asks you to D’Arcy attended the meeting to a n d P a t t i M c L a u g h l i n .
help with school work? If so come request the transportation of IO Superintendent Harris will ar- maternity leave for Mrs. J . Kinrange for them to meet f i e Board dree. from Sept. I , 1984 to June
10 the free ESSAY WRITING pupils from D’Arcy to the T’sdl
sorkshop
which
b e g i n s school in Mt. Currie. The Board at a fuure meeting. He will also 30, 198S was approved.
September 19 and runs for four had offered this transportation a r r a n e visits for the two (they are
sessions from 1:OO to 3:OO on for t he past two years and as long allowed 5 to 6 days) to visit other
With the permission of the
as t h a t is room on the bus schools in the Vancouver area.
Wednesday afternoons.
Staff changes - Craig Smith as school board, Michael Weeks,
(D’Arq to Pemberton) the Board
teach cr / farmer worker at Coast vice principal of Brackendale
complied with this request.
Mountain Outdoor School, Ms. Secondary school would like to
T h e British Columbia Museum Janet Franklin as teacher aid at have all eligible grade I O Social
of Miring asked the School Board Signal Hill, Ms. Bonnie Burnell - studies students (45) travel across
to reconsider its decision of loan- .6 teacher at Signal Hill. Changes Canada by train at the beginning
ing the Britannia Beach Elemen- and transfers: G. Roose - custo- of May 1985. The proposed trip
tary School collection to the dian from Myrtle Philip to was approved in principle but the
Museum in favour of donating the Pembmon Secondary. Mrs. C. school board wishes more details.
collection as a gift. The Board
decided to defer this decision for
one yaar.
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T h e Squamish and Howe
Sound Chamber of Commerce expressed their gratitude for the attractiw, serviceable building, the
students of Howe Sound Secondary School built for the Chamber
of Commerce. President of the
Chamber, ,Tony Tonkinsoh said
the C k b e r would be honoured
to h a w a school plaque p l a d j n
the building. This matter was
referred to Principal Norm
Ruth erford.
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For the school term 1984/85,
two exchange teachers from
England are on the staff of Howe
Sound Secondary School. Susan
Kitchen and Deborah Kirk are ex-
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The front page story under the
picture from the crew from Evans
Lake mistakenly said they had
been “locked out” of the Dairy
Queen. They had not been locked
out but were just not let in as it
was 10 to 15 minutes after closing
time the night they came by.
SKATERS!
To enable us to provlde better service to the
Squamish area w e have now added a n 1 1
passenger mini bus for our area Our business
hours are 6:OO A.M. lo 2:OO A.M. I f you require after
hours Service please give us a call during
business hours We will adlust our hours as l o the
public’s demand.
SQUAMISH SKATING CLUB
WINTER SCHOOL
REGISTRATION:
OCTOBER 1, 1984 - MARCH 30,1985
Tuesday, September 18th, 6-8p. m.
Squamish-Lillooet Regional District
ELECTORAL AREA C VOTERS LIST
COURT OF REVISION
Thursday, September 2Oth, 6-8 p.m.
Civic Centre Lobby
COURSES
Mondays & Wednesdays 4:30- 5:15 p.m.
5:15 - 6:OO p.m.
FEE: $125.00
C A N FIGURE SKATE (Group figures predson, freeskate
sboking 8 dance)
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Mondays & Wedn&ays3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
FEE: $250.00
POWER SKATING (Od. 1st to Dec. 19thl 1984)
Mondays & Wednesdays 6:OO - 6: 45 p.m.
FEE: $35.00 once a week
$65.00 twice a week
PRECISION - SKATING AS A TEAM (under 12 yearsold)
Saturday mornings 10:15 - 11:OO am.
FEE: $60.00
TAKE NOTICE that the Court of Revision for the 1984’
1985 Electoral Area C Voters List o f the Squamish-Lillooet
Reglonal District will be held in the Dlstrlct of Squamish
Council Chambers, Squamlsh, B C , on Monday, October
1st. 1984 at 7:OO p nl to 8.00 p m
The Court o f Revislon will hear all complaints and
correct and revise the List o f Electors, and may
(a) correct the name o f electors incorrectly stated,
(b)add the names of electors omitted from the list.
(c)strike from the list of names of persons not entitled to
vote or disqualified from voting
(d)correct any other manifest error in the l i s t . or
(e)shali add to the list the name o f a person qualified on
August 31 to have his name entered on the list and for
this purpose the court may accept an application as
completed under Section 42 i f delivered to the court at
i t s first sitting
The Voters List may be seen o n the Notlce Board o f
the following places a f t e r September 20th. 1984
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$130.00
Additional 2 hour patch (weekday4 50.00
Early morning patch (weekdays)
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Saturday morning
30.00
Saturday morning 1 hour dance
NOTE:
Four equal installmentswill be accepted with an additional charge of $5.00.
Anyone interesled in Adutt Skating contad Pat Marini at 898-5053. We will
be continuing the skate & dress sale during registrations
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL
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(a) Regional District Office
(b) Pemberton Post Office
(c) Pemberton Municipal Office
(d)Whlstler Municipal Office
(e) Whistler Post Office
(1) Mount Currle Post Office
(g) D’Arcy Post Office
1984 09 10
Ivan R. Knowlec
Secretery.Treasure
big "eureka!" Instcad a cure for
this dreadful disease w&h strikes
It was once said that when a indiscriminately, young and old,
cure fot cancer is finally rich and poor, will &ne about as
discovered it won't be like-it is in a result of sc*eral l i t t l e
the movies; there will be no bubbl- "eurekas."
ingpatter in vials, a large explo- . That takes time and most of all
sion and a scientist letting out one that takes money. Nobody knew
that more than Tcrty Fox, a one- FGpcloser to thgsolution in
young man from Port Coquitlam. the p W e that is--.
He was reminded of it everyday
T q y Fox did thkhard part;Iht
when he strapped his artifid Icg rallied a dividqd, nation, even
on.
world, behind a caW that means
While freedom of choice a n d expression is something
Who knows? Perhaps one day something. Without our help it no
Canadians hold dear and believe is secure, that freedom is
he grew tired of that, tired of the longer becoma a Marathon of
constantly being challenged.
feeling that he was another Hope but rather just another
T h a t is t h e message of Freedom t o Read Week, held this
statistic in a long line of victims marathon.
week in libraries across Canada. Books a r e being taken off
that would grow longer even after
On Sunday, September 23 at
school reading lists, stopped at the border a n d being kept
he was gone.
Alice Lake, starting at 9:OO a.m.
"Somewhere," he said, "the to 5:OO p.m. Squamishites will be
f r o m sections of the public all the time.
hurting must stop."
given the opportunity to do their
In the 1 s t ten years books such as Go Ask Alice a n d
And so he set out to cross share, bytakingpartin theannual
George Orwell's 1984 have been challenged o r banned.
Canada, travelling almost 5,000 Terry Fox Run. Donations can be
Classic C a n a d i a n books such as Mordecai Richler's The
km before the disease that he left at the T i m e office or brought
Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitr a n d M a r g a r e t
hoped to help find a cure for down to the park.
Lawrence's The Diviners have been attacked as being
T-shirts will also be abilable
struck him down. He died quietly
"secularist" a n d "taking the name of G o d in vain."
on June 28, 1981 still believing in for 31.00.
T h e Squamish Library has many of the books that have
miracles, that though his personal
We, too, have to believe in
been banned o r attacked in C a n a d a over the past ten years
run was over after raising more miracles, the miracle of life.
a n d will be putting them in a special display as part of the
Freedom to Read Week.
Squamish Public Librarian, J a n e Horvath, says she has
only had o n e complaint over a b o o k since she's been there.
"The only book we've had a problem with was Around
rhe World in 80 Days, the illustrated version by Robert
Louis Stevenson," says Horvath. "It was a mother objecting to a drawing showing a man with an opium pipe."
Terry Fox, October 15. l!J%
Freedom to Read Week
These happy looking young fellows were gelling ready for the
g r o u p stretcher race at the annual C u b C a m p held at C a m p Byng
in J u l y . Of all the races held, this was the most popular one.
Public invited to join
Expo committee
will . . probably requlte clean
sediment that appears
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prolong the life of your
car and provide quite a
significant savings on
gasoline costa.
The quality of a tune
up depends, of course.
on the mechanic. But,
the followinR servirer
should be performed if
i t is to be considered a
thorough tune up.
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T w o 5rudentz w h o graduated from Howe Sound Secondary School in June have won provincial scholarships.
hlelanie Rempel and 1.ucia Milia's marks were in the top
three percent 0 1 grade 12 studrnts writing t h e provincial
cxarnj. Each jtudent bill receike %I.OOO.
Melanie Rempel i \ enrolled a1 Trinity Western College in
I anglev and 1.ucia Milia 1s attending the Universrty of
Hrirish Columbia
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All members o f the Squamish . community a n d
surrounding area are invited to attend a meeting at
Squamish Civic Centre on Wednesday, September 26 at
7:30 p.m.
T h e purpose of this meeting is to establish a committee
to organize events for the five m o n t h period of EXPO in
1986,but with the firm idea in mind that these projects will
become a permanent plan.
A nominating committee has been formed consisting of
C o r i n n e Lonsdale, 898-5540, Colin Fergus, 892-3555.
Jackie Atkinson, 898-3438,and Rose Tatlow, 892-3993.
Anyone wishing to stand for nomination t o this committee
should contact o n e of the above before the meeting.
Bring your project ideas, thoughts o n fund raising,
establishing a possible theme, etc., a n d aid us in the future
development o f our town.
All sectors of the community -- business, cultural
organizations, service clubs, associations a n d private
individuals are urged to attend.
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United in opposition
On,the way out of the all candidates meeting
in Squamish, a few weeks ago, Liberal Can,didate Mark Angus quipped to NDP candidate,
Christine Slater, “We’ve got to stop meeting
like this, Christine.”
state of the Liberal party.
The Liberals need all the friends they can get,
and with the NDP moving closer to a Liberal
philosophy during the election (no more talk of
nationalism and income redistribution) and
Liberal support now comparable to that of the
Although the remark was probably pointless, NDP (40-30 seats), some sort of opposition
and forgotten immedfately afterwards, it seems coalition seems likely.
more \significant now considering the current
Stranger bedfellows there have been.
September song
Usually we are delighted with September’s
weather and enjoy the crisp, cool days with the
bright sunshine and the tang of fall marking the
end of summer’s heat. But what has happened
to our vaunted September weather?
Usually it is the nicest month of the year,
bright and sunny, warm but not too hot, and
with just enough of a nip to make life interes ting .
But now we seem to be bogged down in the
kind of soggy weather we get in late October
and November. Perhaps the fickle gods are
making us pay for the beautiful summer we en0
.
joyed with two months of hot, summer
weather. If so, hopefully they won’t make us
wait too long for some Indian summer
temperatures.
Meanwhile, all we can do is hope that it
won’t continue till next spring. We can face a
month or two of this during the winter and early spring, but please, not more or we shall have
to seriously consider heading south for some
warm, sunny weather.
But we would prefer a return to our normal
September weather so that we can enjoy an extra few weeks before fall and winter really close
in on us.
and the final exam
WaS created in seven days
Church and state. For years the two were
supposed to have kept out of each others way.
Now we’re seeing the creationist theory being
included in a grade 12 final biology exam; a
place where it doesn’t belong and shouldn’t be
allowed.
This idiotic inclusion at the request of a
single bible thumper from Dawson Creek (with
a supporting letter from her Pastor) of the
Creationist theory is to be given. the same
weight as ,Darwin’s theory of evolution. This
shows that the government wants to take the
education system back to the 1920’s.
It was then that the famous �Monkey Trials’
occurred where Darwin’s theory was tested in
the courtroom against that of �the word of
God’. Darwin won out and obviously some
people in the Social Credit cabinet disagree.
Now a student can answer his question on the
evolution of man stating Darwin’s theory and
then disputing it with the King James version of
creation. The argument for this is, w h y
should the public school system question the
religious views of its students. The answer to
that argument though is why not?
IS not the purpose of education to challenge
views and learn? And is not the purpose of an
exam to test material covered in a course? And
cannot the student writing such an exam take
the biblical version of the creation of the
universe metaphorically as so many good Christians have since Galileo’s time?
On other parts of the exam if you give a
wrong answer it is wrong, I f you write that 21
divided by 7 is 3, but you really believe it is 4 ,
you will have a wrong answer.
The creationist theory may not be a “wrong”
answer in a Christian’s eyes, however, not
everyone in the public school system is a Christ i a n , and everyone pays for that system.
Shouldn’t those with their own version of creation pav for their own version of education?
The role of a newspaper
What is a newspaper?
It is a means of getting information to people. ly.b,al @lis arcriteand It t i s a business.
It seems that many \ w p l e don’t understand
that a newspaper k d �hsiness and must make
money in order to pay its employees and
operating costs.
Money is made from advertising and the sale
of the finished product on the newstands, not
unfortunately from the sports, church and
community news sent in every week, or even
from the news stories written by the staff.
Advertising therefore determines the number
of pages a paper will be every week or every
day, not how much news there is.
Although a newspaper appreciated the stories
submitted every week, it must maintain the
right to edit, cut, or leave them out altogether i f
room is limited.
T o have a story cut or edited is not reflection
on the person who wrote it. I t is usually done
for clarity of space considerations.
As mentioned earlier, a newspaper is a public
service. However, we dislike the fact that some
people t r y to use the paper. The paper is not a
free bulletin board for every individual or
organization to stick tacks into. I t is a business.
It is not a newspaper’s duty to ensure e v e r y
club gets the advertising i t wants. That is u p to
the organizing and classified section of t h e
newspaper.
Wedon’t like being told how to do our jobs.
, Do you? We have experience in running a
newspaper and like to think the decisions w e
make are best for the paper and t h e communitY.
Everyone likes to see their name or organization in the paper, but with an editorial staff of
three, it’s hard to be in S I X places at once. What
is even more frustrating is being criticized for
not attending an event when no one bothered
picking up a telephone and making a simple call
to notify the paper.
We don’t guarantee we’ll be there, but we’ll
,
do OUT best. Co-operation is the name of the
game.
Gowcspondenyi can also make a reporter’s
job easier by submitting neat, clearly-written
copy. If it takes a half-hour to read onearticle,
that’s 30 minutes that can’t be spent on the
road gathering other stories or taking pictures.
It’s just a case of common sense and courtesy.
In some ways this is a flexible business and in
others more limited than some. There are
deadlines to meet and certain standards of excellence that must be striven for and attained
whenever possible.
Certainly we make mistakes. We’re human.
But we also have the guts to admit them openly
as you will have noticed i f you read our papers.
We seldom make the same mistake twice but we
can find more ways to make mistakes than you
would believe possible.
Each of the many organizations in town
believe they deserve coverage, and they certainly do. But what is important to one person is
not necessarily important to the man next door.
We’ve been accused of bias. the funny thing
is that the same issue some say we are biased
on, is the one that others think we’re right on!
Just depends on the reader’s point of view and
his or her bias. But i f half the people are pleased with our effort one week and the other half
the next, then maybe we are doing our job the
way it should be done.
It would be easy to fill the paper with reams
and reams of club reports and pictures of every
sports team in town, but be honest, do you really care about any team except the one you or
your children are on? Would you realy buy the
newspaper if that’s all that was in it?
Sure a newspaper belongs to the community,
h u t there is more than one club in a communtiy
a n d a newspaper must be fair to them all.
T h i n k about i t .
I t is impossible to please all of the people all
o f t h e time, so we are trying to please some o f
t h e people some o f the time.
These odd colors can be found in wila flowersSometimes they remain true to the mut&ha and
breed white, with seeds producing white Ones, but
sometimes the seeds revert to the Pjnk;twC
have to see if the fireweed Seeds cam the color
with them.
People fedred and dreaded the industrial revolu-, have become familiar with tdeconferencing on the
tion when it arrivql and spelt the end of the Journal each night on CBC, and a recent court
decisioq was made through teleconferencing.
agricultural economy. There were riots in sqme
W e shouldn’t be afraid,of the p5ocess. It is
European cities as people realized the new inquite acceptable, and as travel and hotel costs r$e,
dustries would take them off the land and put
organizations must look more and more at this
them in factories. They were sure i t would be the
type of people replacer.
end of their economy.
You can send a message by cable directly to a
W i all know what happened. The industrial
revolution triggered the rise of many great trading , target group using Cable TV, instead of casting
your video signal to the four winds.
nations; it made England a significant figure in
Businesses have found that audio-visual presenworld economy and later It created the huge intations are usually more effective than the best
dustrial giants of the United States, Japan and
salesman, reporter or public relations officer.
West Germany. Whether it was an unmixed blessWhile audio-visual is considered to be a people
ing is another thing. We all have our opinions on
replacer, people are needed to produce the prothat. But today, most nation\ are trying to
grams and to run them so they are not being
become industrialized as fast as possible and cease
replaced, just shuffled around.
being suppliers of raw goods.
You could almost say that the person-to-person
We have all seen the industries create more jobs,
contact is being filtered through an electronic
jobs that no one every dreamt about during the
screen.
days when the world was geared to an agrarian
People are fighting against the electronic
economy .
revolution for a number of reasons. We think fear
Today the electronic revolution is on us. Suris the main reason, but resistance also comes from
vival will only be possible by joining the revoluinsecurity, from feeling vaguely threatened.
tion, just as the people joined the industrial
It’s hard to shake the feeling that those little
revolution.
electronic devices are smarter than we are and that
Two of the key components of the electronic
they make fewer errors. On top of that, they
revolution are paper replacers, wlth word processdon’t get sick and they don’t take coffee breaks!
ing, electronic mail and computer graphics taking
But we should resist the fear that people will be
the place of the old typing and related skills, and
In his best-seller,
phased out by them.
people replacers, with teleconferencing, Telidon
Megatrends, John Naisbitt observed that the in:
and the use of audio-visual materials.
troduction of a high technology to a society reThe new technology is based on a good idea;
quires a compensating human response.
that it is easier to move electrons than people or
H e says that as machines become more perpaper. People are heavier and they have to be fed
vasive, we demand more personal contact.
and housed and paper can be moved but much
I don’t know how you feel, but I don’t t h i n k we
more slowly, especially if one depends on Canada
are in any danger of being replaced and I am sure
Post.
that this revolution will have a happy solution.
As we m6ve towards redlacing paper, our com****
munications become faster and more costMy interest in wild flowers is well known and
effective. Electronic communications equipment
last week I received a note and a photograph from
is becoming cheaper each year and the costs of
Min Decker in Pemberton. Jim had been up at
paper and postage keep increasing.
Meager Creek and found some white fireweed in a
But replacing people? That’s the crux of the
patch of the usual pink ones. In all my travels I’ve
whole problem. Those who are against the elecnever found a white one and to say the least. 1 \+as
tronic revolution, just like those who were against
su rp rised .
the industrial revolution, argue that machines will
She said she was surprised when he brought
be taking over; that people will become redundant
some home and had him go back to take a p i c t u r e
and jobs will be lost.
But there is the strong possibility that more people than ever will be needed to take care of the new
industries which the electronic revolution will
spawn.
One form of
mentionefl, is teleconferenci
roots I found they had disappeared. either they
possible between those
had been bulldozed out of the area or they had
without the expense
’died out.
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Thanks a lot Min. Someday ,,11 have to t r y and
come up to see the plants myself!
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Should the Pope be here a f party public
expense?
Happy ending story
Dear Editor:
hope you will find the space 10
print this “happy-ending” story
in praise of one o f your Squamish
business men.
On Saturday. September 8 t h
1984 my mother and I were returning to Mission after a day trip l o
visit relatives in Whistler. Fifteen
miles north of Squamish without
any warning my car simply stopped and would not ratart. There
we were at 8:OO p.m. stranded on
a dark highway. Friendly folks
stopped and took my mother 10
the nearest garage where she called Harold’s Towing and w i t h i n an
h o u r w e w e r e t o w e d Into
Squamish. So far 50 good. The
problem began when we attempfed to locate a mechanic at 9:30 on
S a t u r d a y night. Understandably
there were no mechanic5 on duty
cept
at
such
foranone
hour
refused
but all10Stations
even give
ex-
ments opened on Monday morning.
The attendant at Squamish
Plaza Motors, one of your Shell
stations did consent I O give me his
boss’s number. Even though Mr.
Bruce Husted was wakened by my
call he immediately agreed to
come to the station to see if he
could help us in any way. Fortunately, the problem was one of
replacing a simple rotor in the
electronic ignition. Bruce had the
pari in stock and the repair was
done in minutes. The charges were
minimal and wc were soon on our
way home. Bruce seemed happy to
be of service and was cheerful
about helping us out I t seems to
me that there are a lot of garage
owners out there who could learn
from Bruce’s idea of “service.”
A half hour of his time and a
w iI I I ng a t t i t u d e t u r n e d a
nightmare into a refreshing story
of kindness and consideration.
T
will
h a nnko tyou,
soonBruce.
be forgotten.
Your kindness
a number o f their boss
With T h ~ l r sand SlncerP G o d
With the papers
SO
full of
discouraging news these days 1
Les Thompson: “ I t seems
to me a bit extravagent.
what with all the other problems that are going on. I
t h i n k it’s a nice gesture
though. ”
Ruby Uada Hunter: “Yes
and no. There’s a lot of
hungry people out here but
we spend money on other
visiting dignitaries so why
not the Pope?”
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mechanic. Failure to contact a Wishes,
mechanic could have meant a very
expensive and inconvenient 5tay in LPurie n d n
Squamish until the service depart-
Jim Banner
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Mary Ann Dan: “ I think
it’s right because I’m a
Catholic . ’’
J i m Banner: “ I don’t think
so. I f he wants to come
over here he should come
over on his own money ...he
has enough of i t . I think
the government is spending
too much money o n
frivilous things.”
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Grateful Motorist
Times policy
Lerters to the ediror must be accompanied
by an address and ielephone number so (hey
can be verrfied and may be editedfor breviiy
and clarity.
Squamish Times w i l l nor print lerrers
from organizations or individuals than king
orhers. We feel rhar is a function io be
handled by our adverrising deparrmenr.
We welcome leiters I O the ediror on current events and public opinion and would
not like lo see our readers slop expressing
(heir views publicly. Our adverrising sraff
will be happy 10 assist you wirh a small
display ad to communicore your gratirude.
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D a k and Louise Brygadyr
drove down to R C ~ Ocarlitr ths
month.
Louise said the
temperatures aver8ged' a b u t IOq,
degrees F every day:
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Wedding
wishes Io
Mr. and Mrs* Hein*hmich'
Mr*
The huge crowd.gathered at the
'Abbotsford airport today to see
Pope John Paul I1 will be
prcdoininantly Cotholic but 1 am
sure m n y non-Catholics are at
the scehe as well. This gentle man
with his warm friendly smile has
captured the hearts of many people regardless of their church af- .
filiation. .&&is been quite an experience watching his Canadian
tour OR CBCTV each day.
The Pope's forthright comments may have ruffled a few
feathers but his underlying
message of peace and religious
belief has aroused the spirits of
the people.
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Towards the end of August, Bill
and Lou Rempel and son Scan
departed for the prairies as far as
Winnepegosis, Manitoba. As well
as visiting relatives there, they
picked up elder son Allan who had
been learning all about grain farming an his uncle's farm.
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Stork Stories - DeLaMARE - A
son, Dylan James was born to Jim
and Tracy DeLaMare in the
Squamish General Hospital on J U ly 30, weighing 8 Ibs. I YZ02s. The
proud grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. John Willgrcss of Squamish
and Mr. and Mrs. James
DeLaMare of Westbank. Mr. and
Mrs. Kelly Grieve of Fruitvale are
the thrilled great grandparents.
***
SC-ULLY - Chris and Erica are
pleased to announce the arrival of
their little sister Melissa Anne,
weighing 9 Ibs 4 02s. and born at
100 Mile General Hospital on
Sept. 8. Proud parents are Barry
across Canada and tomorrow
evening at 7 p.m., the Squamish
Public Library will show three
films dealing with arthritis.
***
Stork Stories -CARSONMichael wishes to announce the
arrival of his little sister Michelle.
Christine Nancy Ann.,born in the
Squamish General Hospital on
Aug. 22, weighing 7 Ibs. 14 02s.
Kelly and David Carson are the
pleased parents.
The proud
grandparents are Chris and Nancy
'Carson of Campbell River and
Ann Pendleton o f Surrey. The
great grandparents are M r . and
Mrs. George Carson also of
Sq ua m i sh .
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STEVENSON-MARTIN . Dr.
Skai Stevenson and Dr. Louise
Mart in are pleased to announce
the birth of their second daughter.
Erica Lee, Neighing 4030 grams
and born on Aug. 28. The happy
grandparents are George and
Theresa Martin of
Garibaldi
Highlandc and Joan 'jtevenson in
I.ondon, Ontario.
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The Valleycliffe (iuidec are in
need of tuo leader\. lf!oii are i n terested in helping, please conraci
A n n [)event at 89R-!(X)I
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A pleasant week spent in the
Okanagan waf much enjoyed h!
hlr. and Mrc FBank Janiieson.
M r . and M r \ . Rill hlitchell and
Mrq. E. "Nanna" Todd. Mrs.
Jamienn uas pleased to see an
old friend. R e t h Thoriipwin in
Winfidd. 11 had been 44 year\
Franh
since the\ latt mer.
Janiieson iiiei c o i i \ i n l o h n
and Mrs. Rick Schnurr, Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon Wickstrom, Mr. and
Mrs. Mait Carev. Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Hales, Mr. and Mrs. 'Joe
Laventure and Mr. and Mrs. Ken
Chapin.
[email protected] Erin' Luck, Alishea
Inman, Cameron Donald,=Laura
Sikora, Paula Scott, Dave'aarzke,
Margaret Johnson, Neil Mangan,
Jack Mercs, Shannon Price, Lynn
Gauthier, Terry Cyr, . Maurice
Scott and Luke Plunketc.
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Early Sept.
wedding for
Heather
Koudstaal
On Sunday, Master Ryan
Galloway celebrated his first birthday and today it is Miss Joanna
Rea's first birthday.
***
Dennis and Gwen Friesen and
Dennis's mum. Mrs. Elva Friesen
flew to Dartmouth. Nova Scotia
to visit her other son Garry and
family. While in Nova Scotia,
Dennis and Gwen sailed on the
Blue Nose II,the replica of theold
sailing ship.
Sunday, Sept. 9 was the d a h
chose'n by Heather Jane Kovdstaal
and William Harry Porter for
their d d i n g .
Thebride is the daughter of Mr.
Allan M. Toevs of Squamish and
the groom is the son of Delbert
Porter of Britannia Ekach.
Mamage Commissioner Joan
Hindsofficiated at the 2 p.m. service at the home of the newlyweds
in Brackendale.
T h e bridal attendant was
Joanne Zander and the best man
was Larry Zander.
At the reception following the
ceremony, the bride's father Mr.
Toevs was pleased to give the
traditional toast to the bride.
Special g u e s t s i n c l u d e d
Heather's grandparents Mr. and
Mrs. H.S. Martin -of New
Westminster. Mr. and Mrs. S .
Toevs and Mr. Kim Toevs and
Debbie Smith.
The young couple spent their
.
honevmoon in Victoria.
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Stork Stories -MacMII.I.AN- A
first baby. a son, Jamec Neil war
horn to Dwight and Joanne MacMillan in the Lions Gate Hospital
on Aug. 31. weighing 7 lhs. 8 0 2 s .
In Squamish the proud grandparents are Betty and Charlie
MacMillan and Fern and Joe
Gaul hier.
COS!! - Bert and Tora (305s announce with pride the birth of
their first child, a con, Wayne
Peter, horn i n the Squamish
General Hosprial on Sept. 10.
weighing 9 Ihs 6 07s
Proud
grandparenis are l h o r and June
Halborron (their firsi grandchild)
and Rert and Jenny Goss all of
Squarmsh The thrilled great
grandmothers are hlrc I isaber
Haltonon of Squamish and Mrr
I dirh Wright o f Maple Ridge
Young cou& wed
N o m and Amy Poole of Brackendde and Slim and
Beth Frederick of Pine Falls, Manitoba arc pleascd to announce the marriage of their @ildrcR Donna and Dave.
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The 6-month O f f i c e Technology Program
September 18 1984 M a r c h 28. 1985 The first stet
to a career in the electronic office o f today anr
tomorrow A few spaces are s t i l l available. thos
woo want this chance to prepare for challenglni
w o r k should call 892-5233 between 12 30 p m an
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Voyageur Plaza
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Men's Fastball ends (finally)
WIN A
TRIP FOR TWO TO HAWAII
BE ELIGIBLE. JOIN A BOWLING LEAGUE BY OCT h / 84. &
COMPLY WITH ALL RULES OF THE DRAW. (RULES POSTED AT
GARIBALD1,LANES 38044 2ND AVENUE.)
BOTH NEW & EXISTING LEAGUE BOWLERS - RRING A FRIEND
W H O JOINS A LEAGUE & WE WILL GIVE YOU 3 EXTRA TICKETS
FOR THE DRAW
The finals of the Howe Sound
Men's Fastball League ended the
same way they began, amidst rain
and darkness.
The cry after the Cliffside Buds
swept the best out of three series
by knocking off the Chieftain
Blues 5-3 on Sept. IO, to go along
with a Ib eight inning victory
three days previously was to get
some'lights for the diamond.
With a heavy overcast and rain
plaguing the-match from stan to
finish, night struck early and
rapidly thus forcing an end to the
affair after the completion of only
six frames. With five being the
legitimate number to qualify for a
complete game it was enough for
the Buds to secare the victory and
the league title.
Down 2-0 going into the third,
as a result of a Jim Schutz flrst inning single to center field that
brought in Dave Simpson and
Curt Pickering, Cliffside finally
broke the contest wide open.
In the top of that middle frame
the Bud's Rick Thompson, on a
walk, and Greg Acorn, on a bunt,
managed to get on base before
Dan Trevisan lifted a three bagger
off starter Greg Wirachowsky to
tie the core. Paul Acorn then
sacrificed to bring Trevisan home
setting up the winner four batters
later by Ross Teichman.
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With two men on, Bob Versluis
at
second
third and
and two
Walter
away,
ThomDsan
Teichman
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labelled a Wirachowsky throw -.
that went singing past Brad McCormick and bounced off the first
baw bag past Simpson. In that
time. Versluis had raced to the
plate safely to make it 4-2.
I n the next frame Trevisan add- '
ed his third rbi of the evening by
singling io the insurance marker,
Rick Thompson. I t , wasn't until
the sixth that the Blues got that
one back as John Stuart batted in
Curt Plckering but by then, time
had run out, darkness was falling
all too quickly and there was
nothing they could do.
After September 7 t h ' ~tight and
long opening contest, winning pitcher Walter Thompson was probably one of those who was 6,
t h a n k f u l for the abrupt end to the
series. In the final he struck out
four batters while giving up eight
hits and was particularly strong
during the second to fifth frames %:.
ac h i went through thirteen
players and allowed only three
pokes.
Chieftain hurler, Greg
Wirachowsky, after relinquishing
sly hits, five of which came in the
third. turned the mound over to
Reg Fogarty. Though he didn't
fair much better at first as Rick
Thompson welcomed him to the
game by plowing a shot to the
short stop for a single. Fogarty
gave up just three smacks and a
single run in his three innings of
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District of Squamish
Week One, September 7
centres the ice in
the ice s r e n n .
duty
Vacuums
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H O W t 8OUND
EQUIPMENT
M x t toOK TIRE
on WVEANMENTROAD
9:30 a m to I 1 :30 a m (Weekdcrvs)
but it isn't a failure until they
begin Yo blame somebody else.
1-9SUNDAY
"We bake our own bread, pastries and
sweets - using only top quality ingreclients."
Bakery
cbwhnd h.,
squrmhh
892-3810
WHITE COTTON
SHEETING
Reg. $2.29
Reg. $2.49 m
$1.57
$1.37 m.
UNBLEACHED
SHEETING
TICKING
(DOWNPRO0 F)
FABRIC PIECES
PLAIN & PRINTS
Reg. $2.29 m
Reg. $3.99
Reg. to $3.99 m
pkg
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898-5822
The local first division Van- ding that thc area between the
couver Metro League Club has, in post5 .is still elusive at times bb
the past. experienced some dif- plain and simple hard work is
ficulfy in finding the back of the picking up the slack.
On September I O . Pharmasavc
net and this turning clo\e games
opened
the year with a 2-0 victory
into victories Last season i t was
Bir and Aga
Dave Khan
Harrision.
with on
Narinder
penalsquandered points i n such mat- against
ches that found the team a couple
of points out of first place and out t y shot. providing the scoring.
of position to move up to the Then on Sunday, i n a tough,
physical contest there were three
premier division
yellow
cards, versus edge with
Though the current season is
keeper Barry Galley collecting his
just two weekc d d , United i s finsecond shutout for a 1-0 w i n .
I t was a shutout that Galley and
h i s teammates had to work hard
forA f te r a listless first half in
It's easv to be creative
CRIB QUILT
BLOCKS
$1~ 3 7
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is a team that has a goal
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QUILT PATCHES
Molsons
Native Sons
Brackendale
Native Sons vs. Thorcon, Khalsa against Local 170,
Molsons vs. McBride, a n d Brackendale against Mount
Currie.
A person can fail many a time,
6ARIBALDl
892-9813 LANES
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Brac kendale
P c B r i d e Trucking
Molsons
Local 170
Khalsa
Thorcon
Mount Currie
Native Sons
A u t ~ v tools
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Osnentan
Wolden
WHILE YOU BOWL
Khalsa
Week two, Sunday, September 17
Powcn t d r
FREE BABYSITTING
Thorcon
McBride Trucking
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Local
Chain saws
LADES
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M o u n t Currie
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Dywidag Fab Con Products Ltd
POLY FIBRE,
Reg. $3.97
Limited Quantity
CANDLES
Reg. to .79 each
4
for$I.OO
HIGHLAND MASONRY LTD.
TRIM
C O l l O N Reg.
to$2.19m
,ACE TRIM Rea. $2.69 m
99 m
FALL
FLOWERS
898-9011
CORDUROY
Reg. to $6.99 m
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RUGBY PANTS
Reg
$12.00 to827,i)B
& $14.88
Or1
btrto Mrrkot.
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3286 CLEVELAND AVE, SQUAMISH
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which the only occurence of note
Has when Doug Muir, playing u p
from his defender's position.
deflected a long shot from 40
yards oui by Greg Wirachowsk)
into the corner of the net. [ h e
game began to open u p
For most of t h e frame United
controlled thc play. tossig thc ball
around confidenily and never t u r ning away from a challenge. Time
after time United came away from
a scramble w i t h the ball at thcir
fect and early in rhc last half i t
almost paid off
Mere moments after SBMC
narrouly missed tying the game
when the Vancouverites sent a
shot from dcep in the slot past thc
open p o s t , Pharmasave came beck
on the attack with Tom Johnston
finding Rag Fogarty parked at t h e
far post with a well placed cross.
With goal stamped all over i i ,
Fogarty sailed a header over the
cros5 bar. But United was far
from finished, and when Ron
Rosser was subbed on io replace
John Stuart, an added elcmcnt of
speed down t h e right flank was i n troduced. Rosser, combined with
Fogarty, Johnston. and the harduorking Bir often came close io
f i n d i n g that elusive <econd marker
w i t h one three u a ) passing play in
particular that forced t h e Burnaby
keeper to make a fine diving stop
0 f f Fogart
Dcspitc these opportunities
Squamish came away empty handed and in the final four minutes
could count themselves extremely
l u c k y to earn the victory at all.
For several anxious moments late
in the contest South Burnaby,
sparked by a hard drive that
Galley had to go out o f position to
block, hammered away in front,
releaslna countless point blank
drlves
by the that
defence.
were lomehow blocked
Galley, relegated to the role of
spectator in B v i i n attempt to
catch u p to the bounclna ball,
could only sigh wlth relief when
Pharrnasave finally cleared It out
o f danBer IO preserve the shutout.
Unlted'.r next match In at home
on Sunday. Starting time Is 2:OO
p.m.
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heating oil. 45 ft. of copper line.
Market value. f400. Asking prim
$270. 892-3474. (9. 18)
Golf Shoes, size 7. $50.00. 898-3503.
(9.25)
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Minimum rate 31 54.00 for 5 liner if
prepaid. If you wish your ad to be billed at $5.00 rate for 5 lines will be
charged to cover costs. Additional lines
ot 50 cents per line. Deadline for copy
is 1 p.m. on Friday preceding the luesdoy publication. Phone 892-5131 or
892-3018. Classifieds must be paid in
odvonce or Chargex, except to
established accounts.
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For Sale Miscellaneous
FITNESS
FASHIONS
Try on in my home or yours, with
friendsor on your own. Call 89R-398R
(9.18)
"FACTORY TO YOU PRICES."
Aluminum and Glass Grecnhousa.
Write for free brochure. B.C.
GREENHOUSE BUILDERS, 7425
Hedley Avenue. Burnaby, B.C. V5E
2R1. 433-2919.
Y X D SALE Sunny
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Moving everything must go. Drapes,
clothes. kitchen wara. toys, book
shelf. pintings, lots of goodies. Very
low prlces. Sat., September 22. 10
a.m. - 6 p.m. 898-3532. (9.18)
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3 speed Raleigh boys bike, $65.00. Set
of left hand golf clubs, $250.00. Both
excellem condition. Phone 898-9897.
(9.18)
Garage Sale
Sat., September22andSun.23, 1 1 1 1
Plateau C r a . , Valleycliffc. Moving,
must sdl some furniture, household
items, books and misc. (9.18)
For Sale: Garage, S a l a lot, 165' X
130'. &age approx. 3400 sq. ft. Sell
with /without equipment. Owner rctiring. Pricc negotiable. (403) 523455I.
High h r i e , Alia. (9.18)
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Homcswcrs broaden your fabric
selccticm & save money. Sterling Collection offers worldwide fashion
fabric selection. Info: send $3.00 to
P.O. bx 1072. Postal Sin. "A",
Delta, B.C. V4M 3T2. (9.18)
TWO FDR ONE Beef Sale. Introductory offer. Purchase any side or hind
becf order and a beef rib section and
receive: Bonus #I - a side of pork
FREE. Bonus R - Every order
rccciva 50 Ibs. fancy sausage made
from prt of your trimmings. Black
Angus Beef Corp. Serving all of B.C.
Call NOW. 438-5357. (10.2)
C1 Restaurant Ltd. New & Used
Equipment & Smallwares. Sales, Service, P a m , Repairs. Dealers for Hcnny Penny & Taylor Quipment. Buy
Sell TradC & Consign Used Equipment. S h w Room, 2354 Ospika
Blvd., Prince George. B.C V 2 N 3 N 5
Phone 564-5484. (9.18)
Split and dried firewood 570 a cord.
delivered locally Phone 898-3130 or
898-5940. (9.25)
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SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 22
10 AM till 3 PM
Clothing + Bedcpread\
('urtains
Puzrlcs
Misc Item\
Coffcc & knd Table\
+
8 . 1500 JUDD RD
BRACKEN DALE
(Thc Cottonwoodc)
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ccllcnt condition 17P0 ea Phone
892-9033 or 892 9041 ( 9 1 x 1
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1979 Honda X L 500. S c k i n e IO spccd
bicycle, IO' fibreglass dingh) 10"
Dcwalt radial arm saw. onc H u s q v a r
na chainsaw Phonc 9324264 (9 18)
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lathe and accessories. Nortron 7300
Salan cu three-phase. Alcmitc oil/lube
7umps. hoses & metered control
dalves. Hunter Lite-a-Line align
nach i l y . Bear frame straightening
: q u i p m t with IO-ton ram. Grizzly
mrtabk disc brake resurfacer. Air
jperated MacPhcrson strut spring
:omp r w r . Bitco three-phase run-in
machirr. I12(604)483-3946 after five.
:9.18)
FREE MAIL ORDER Catalogue conaining 3,000 artist materials and
~ h o t o ~ p h SiUc~ P I I C S Save 20 - 50%
3n b r a d names Write or phone Opus
Framing. 1360 Johnston Strcct.
Granville Island). Vancouver. B C
V6H 3SI 688-0388 or out-of-town
all I O U frcc I I 2 800-663-1255 (9 18)
<TORE FIXTURE CATALOGUE
AVAILABLE frcc to stores or i n iividuds that may be opening a store
call A D S Toll frcc 1 - ~ 6 6 1 - 8 1 4 0 ,
I12-8o(M61-8140 in B C (9 18)
PLACE
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SEW MUCH MOREI Mail order for
home sewers. Have established retail
outlet. Fabrics, patterns, notions, etc.
EXCLWWE notions matching service available. Orders processed
within 48 hours. Average 2 week
delivery. Introductory package $3.50.
SEW MUCH MOREI. R.R. YZ, Gibsons, RC. VON IVO. (9.18)
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Silver Rosaries 18" long, beautifull)
h a n d c d t e d by Mission Center craft
smen Pope's Visit Special rcgular
price $96 85 now only 549 R c P & H
includcd. full refund guarantccd Send
cheque or money order to Mission
Center Crafts, General Delivery.
Garib& Highlands, B C \.ON lTU
(9 18)
\ I D E O MOVIES, SAVE 30% Wc
,ell. buy and exchange &la and VHS
novics Accessories. blank tape,
u r a p p m g services avulablc K-Mat
Video, 11608-149 St , Edmonton
(403)4554-4154 (9 25)
Onc gas lawnmower craftsmen cxc
cond 898-3450 after 5 30 p m (9 18)
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Small Propane Heater 30 OOO B T U
Can be seen at Squamish Propane
For info Call 892-5114 (9 18)
B A L L JACKETS 5 1 6 0 0 UP Buy
dirccr from the factory and save' Peter
Upton Jacket Works Call Toll Frcc
[email protected] for t o u r frcc
cataloguc ( I O 2)
AVAILABLE. 3rd Edition
"OH BDY" Gluten Frcc Cookbook
for Cebacs and or I)labetics 57 95
copy, d u m c discounts Bookstores
wclcorm L T Publishers. Box W ,
Pcndcr Island. B C VON 2MO (9 18)
NOW
COLOR PRINTS FROM SLIDFS.
R-3 Elaechromc-22' I r ' s ncu' l t ' ~
~great1 You'll love i t ' W c habe i t n o w '
Enlarganents to 20 X 30 ColorTonc Six farnly Garage Sale IO-3 Sunda).
A u g u s t 23 2538 Lamond. Garibaldi
Prolab. 802 Agncs Strcct. Ncu
Highlands Babv itcmc. stroller. to)$.
W c s t m n s t c r . B C \ 1 M (TR
h i k c s . dirtbikc. a n d houschold
(604)524-6733 (9 I R )
SALE OF MODULAR
TRAILERS
TENDER D-SO
BC RAIL LTD. is offering for
sale tw only modular trailers,
located at Passenger Terminals,
Squamkh, B.C.
Copies of tender documents. instructiau to bidders may be obtained from:
DISPOSAL AGENT
BC RAIL CENTRE
221 WEST E S P L A N A D E
NORTH VANCOUVER, BC
PHONE (604)984-5013
OR
AREA STOREKEEPER
MAINUNE STORES
SQUAMISH, BC
PHONE (604)898-3611
LOCAL 2 I 3
Sealed tenders shall be rccicved
up to 200 p.m. local time on
September 28. 1984 and bc
publicly opened immediately
after thc closing time.
The hq#wst or any tender may
not neassarily bc accepted.
E. K . M
Mnurgu
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items (9 18)
VIC 20/C 64 Educational Programs
G a m e r for under S 2 00 Free
Catalogue Send self-addressed
stamped envelope Educational Soft
ware. 142-21. 10405 Jasper Avenue,
E d m o m n , AB T5J 3S2 (9 18)
Wanted to Buy
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H I I I PA) CASH FOR
H O L 5kHOLD FL'RNI5HINGS a n d
4 P P l I4NCES U I L L PlCh I P
REA5ON4BLE LOTS I \
SQUAMISH &
SLfR ROU N DING 5
PHON€ 8944670
K & D TRADERS
MT. CURRIE, B.C.
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Satellite T V systems I O ft dish. 85
degrees L N A SI ,895 , eight f t dish
$1.695 12 ft dish 52.195 Sterm
remote system $2,495 Tracker 5400
Acom Setcllitc TV (1123683-0847 01
(112)438-8856 (9 18)
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M u l t i - h i l y Garage Sale Sat 22nd
IO a m 2 p m 40368 l n t y r c Drive
Small dectncal appliances. children's
toys & books M I K household ar
ticles (9 18)
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Good Omdition
898.953 0 0 I O )
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929-501) (9 18)
The Rpw Directory a~ 2744214.
274-6811. The Pet Empire. No. Three
Road & Willipms, Richmond. B.C.
(9.25)
Alrtear 892-5177. (11.29.M)
(9.18)
SALE OF S E C n O N
BUNKHOUSE, BRUNSWICK
TENDER D-51
AVAILABLE ON BLIND
BC RAIL LTD. is offering for
sale the section bunkhouse
trailer. located at Brunswick,
BC
CH A NNEL
C o p i a of tender documents.
instruaious to bidders may bc
obtained from.
898-3187.
DSPOSAL AGENT
K RAIL CENTRE
22 I WEST ESPLANADE
NORTH VANCOUVER, BC
PHONE (604)984-5013
OR
A REA STOREKEEPER
Water front property, Ind. I I ,
7S f t . water frontage, small
house and garage on lot. Call
G a b e Perron for more info.
Yi ACRE, VIEW PRIVACY
Located in the Hlghlands a n d
bounded o n 2 sides by
parkland. Special quality
custom built h o m e , vaulted and
beamed ceilings, f / p in master
bedroom, jacuzzi in IO' X 9'
ensuite. Asking $104.900. Bev
LOVELY HOME
Next to the golf course.
Beautiful landscaped 101. Adult
oriented home, 2 bedrooms o n
main floor, large combined
kitchen/dining room. Call
G a b c Perron 898-3187to view.
Croft 898-5313.
A LITTLE BEAUTY!
Custom built rancher means
quality throughout and heat
efficiency. G o o d garden soil.
Fenced yard, lovely
landscaping, paved drive a n d
closed garage. $54,900. Call
G l o r i a Healy 892-9200or
MAINLINE STORES
SQUAMISH, BC
PHONE (604)898-361I
LOCAL 213
Scalcd tenders shall bc rcccived
u p to 2:OO pm local time on
Scptcmbcr 28. 1984 and be
publicly opcncd immediately
OPEN HOUSE
SATURDAY, SEPT. 22/04,
1-3 P.M.
40452 THUNDERBIRD
RIDGE,
GARlBALDl HIGHLANDS
Price reduced to S109.Oo0,
luxury home situated o n . 7
acre lot. Come a n d see the
h o m e with G a b e Perron
898-3187.
892-5901 #634.
aftcr t t r closing time
Thc highest or any tender m a \
not nemsarily be accepted
E. K . Fockc
Mnnnp
Mawrids Mnnngcmcnc
(9 18)
LAND ACT
ASKING IN THE W's
Single family h o m e for the
price of a townhouse. Great
' mtge. assumable without
qualifications. Walk in k i t h
I very little d o w n . Needs some
T . L . C . but great potential
All appliances to stay
including freezer. Great buy
for first h o m e buyers.
WOTlCE OF INTENTION TO
,4PP t.Y FOR A DISPOSITION OF
CROWN LAND
I n Land Recording Distria of
Squamah and situated along thc nor
thcast sdc of the Cheekye River
T a k c notice that Carole Tamburri
o f Chcrkyc Srabla Ltd , occupation
propriaor. intends to apply for a l a w
of t h e following dcscnbed lands
( a ) GM legd descnptmn Along Bndge
rivcr Chxkye Hydor easement. D L
2184 Bcim part of the plan of
Mowit& lodge subdivisions of IOU
1817 & 1818 N W D township 50
B C cmramng 14 5 Hectares or lot C
GOOD
VESTMENT
PROPERTY
Tot ally self-con tar ned duplex
with revenue of $600 00 per
month Each suite has 3
large bedrooms. large living
room wth f p. good size
kitchens with appliances
Each has i t ' s o u n laundrb
facilitia
REDUCED1 UNBELIEVABLE
PRICE
On this 3 bedroom, full
basement home i n Garibaldi
Highlands I t is absolutely
immaculate and i n A-I
condition Thermopane
windows and extra insulation
make i t energy efficient There
are 1 YI baths, gorgeous views,
a treated wooden sundeck,
manicured landscaping, paved
drive and more, for only
$69,900 D o n ' t wait to see this
lovely home Call Gloria Healy
892-9200or 892-5901 634
SIMPLY SUPERIOR
Split-level. Quiet area, cul-desac location, features famil)
r o o m , off kitchen, sunken
living room, 3 bedroom$. 2)':
bathr double garage, qualit\
carpetmg and lighting
throughout, plus man) other
extras A real treat to L i e u so
call now Stan Bannirter
898-5905 or 892-5901#612
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The plrpose for which the disposi
tion is required is for the grazing of
horse d / o r livestock
Co m n t r concerning this application may be made to the office of the
District Land Manager. 4240 Manor
SI Burnaby. B C V5G IBZ
GREAT VIEW LOTS
In different areas of
Squamish Prices in the 20'q
Call Joyce Cunningham on
the above listings 898-9386
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6 to 8 curds of firewood delivered to
Lions b y call John at 921-8541 or
AI-Anon family group meeting,
Thursdays at 8:30. Phone 892-5871,
(9.18)
81 1 - 6 8 8
Dining room suite. preferably dark
wood dus good cond Call 898-3450
after 530 p m (9 18)
Squrmbl~General HmplW
Box 498
Squrmbb, B.C. VON x;O
Mater& Management
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GARAGE SALE
38266 Watway Avc Vallcycliffc 10
a m . - 2 p m . ~ c pem
t b'c r 22
Housebold items, woodburning stove.
bar s t o d s . ctc No early birds pleasc
(9 18)
P. Hnnpeon
FIR CYef
(9.18)
c y 0 1 Anne Tunborri
II
A DREAM COME TRUE
Lovely home on extra large
landscaped bench lot on
Kmtyre Dnve. F e a t u r a include
2 f / p ' s . 3 bedrooms. double
closed garage, a n d lots more
extras. All this for 599,900 To
view this beauty, call Gloria
Healy 892-9200or 892-5901
#634.
YO CASH DOWN!
Assume existing mortgage and
move nght in. Monthly
payments including taxes IS
f 1,084 until May of 86 at
which time payment can be
adjusted. 3 bedroom view home
i n mint condition Call B c k
Croft 898-5313
BUCKLEY AVE.
An immaculately kept 1470
rq. f t . home o n an extra
large lot, walk to schools
and shopping. Has large
family room,
bath and
covered sun porch off '
kitchen, 3 large bedrooms
and separate dining r o o m ,
plus f / p in cosy living room
- - Asking only fS8.500.
BRACKENDALE DELUXE
Tucked away o n Rod Rd.,
in a most secluded parklike
area. This home sits o n a n
oversized lot and begins o n
the lower floor with a
spectacular wall length rock
f / p in the family room. T h e
master bedroom features a
large ensuite and the
S U P ERECAL IFRAG I L I STICEZPlALlDOClOUS
kitchen has an extra large
balcony under the shade of
a large cedar. Priced at
$71,900and OPEN T O
A L L OFFERS.
JUDE'S SPECIAL OF THE
Garibaldi
WEEK Highlands on T h e
Boulevard priced to sell i n
the $70'~.
This 4 bedroom. 2
bathroom. finished
basement home speaks for
itself. Just drive by, and
then call me for an
a p p o int mcnt be fore \ ou
m a k e your offer.
STEP ABOVE T H E
REST
Come and enjoy the priLacv
of a n exclucive
neighbourhood i n the
Garibaldi Highlands. Owner
is anxious to sell and open
to all offers. Call Jude
Bannister o n [ h e above
listings 898-5528o r 892-5901
&58.
A
WILSON CRESCENT
Has a new l o o k - JUS^
c o m p l a e l y repainted
outside. garage has a neu
roof, i t also includes a wine
cellar T h e fruit t r m are
great and 50 is the garden
land on this 65' X 227' lot
The house is a cosy rancher
with f 'p and 1 baths
Asking only S49.SOO
VENDORS HAVE
BOUGHT & MUST SELL
T h i s immaculate modernized
24' X 40' mobile with i t s
covered, glassed-in back
p a t i o , newly renovated
kitchen cupboards, ncu
carpets. woodburning stove.
work shop, white picket
fencc ac., . M a k c your
offer with Helen to 527.S00.
Call Helen Mag= on the
a b o v e listings 892-5901 &I8
1
GOOD INVESTMENT
PROPERTY
Needs some T . L . C . , but good
revenue for today's market. 3
bedrooms, plus % basement
both side. Includes kitchen
appliances. Bring o f f m . Call
Stan Bannister 898-59IH or
892-5901 M12.
Pane 12
- The Srmamish Times
Tuesdav. Semember 18. 1984
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GARIBALDI BUILDING SUPPLIES'
ANSWER TO THE ENERGY
-CRISIS!
TRUCK LOAD SALE!
10 A.M.
4 PmMm ONLY SATURDAY,
SEPTEMBER 22ND
9
15=20В°/o DISCOUNT ON ALL FISHER LOPI
AND RmSmFm WOODSTOVES
COME AND SEE SOME OF CANADA'S
WOO[ISTO
me.
:es were enthusiastically con, the most dramatic being
oup stretcher race. The boys
I splint their "patients" leg.
um on a stretcher made with
hes and rope and run!!
Inks everybody for the help
:o-operation that made the
a success - including the
weather! !
w we are ready to begin a
year of scouting activities
will be something for every
roup from the five year old
in just beginning to learn
the outdoors to the teenage
irer who use their outdoor
to enjoy canoeing, hiking
amping.
gistration is o n Sept. 12, 6:30
i0 p . m . in the Civic Centre.
unable to register o n Sept. 12
do so at the first meeting of
group. Colonies, packs and
1s will be announcing their
ng nights locally. Mary will
a "parents night" when
IIS are invited to meet their
r e m ' leaders and get acited with the scouting pro-
difficult economic times. Sponsorship is available for any boy
who needs help with the fee.
Growing need for
Big Brothers / Sisters
T h e Big Brothers and Big
Sisters of Squamish i s a volunteer
o r g a n m t i o n that IS well established in the community
Many
young boys and girls have had
their lives enriched with the companionship of a big b r o t h e r h t e r .
The rewards are equally as rewarding for the adult involved.
At this time however, there are
1 I children (mostly boys) in need
of a big brother/sister. Growing
up can be tough sometimes,
especially if there is nobody to be
a special friend. These boys and
girls are faced with an incomplete
family experience. You can help
th?se children by becoming a Big
Brorher or Big Sister.
I f you are interested please call
either 898-3750 or 892-3125. You
mes.
will be asked to complete an apis is also the time of year we plication form with character
iarents for their help in the references, attend an orientation
rammes. Leaders and group session and have a personal inter-
RmSmFa
NOTICE
FIOI
$1490
COURT OF REVISION
$925
$1025
$1060
$1265
R.S.F. FURNACES
F 75 reg. $1235
SPECIAL $1050
ectors,
le
Courtand
of Revlsion
may: wlll hear all complalnts and revlae the l l s l of
(a) correct the names of electors In any way
wrongly stated thereln. or
(b) add the names of electors omitted from the
list, or
(c) strike out the names of persons from t h e list
who are not entltled to vote. or who are
disqualified from voting. or
( d ) correct any other manifest error therein
F101 rea. $1665
Y
SPECIAL
-
$1490
FISHER
GRANDMA
BEAR IV
ke notice that the court of revlslon for the voters' list of l h e
strlct of Squamlsh wlll b e held In t h e Munlclpal Hall on Monday,
:lober 1 , 1984 at 1O:OO a.m.
voter's list
unicipal Hall
18
w i l l be
posted on t h e 1 4 t h of September. 1984 In
W. N. Bloxhern
Returning Ofllcrr
DMA B;EAR - NICKEL DOOR
IANDMA BEAR - BLACK DOOR
4ONEY BEAR MOBILE
Mr. and MIX. Sunll Prasad.
\
Wedding -ceremony in
Civic Centre
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T h e Civic Centre auditorium
was decorated with multicoloured
lights and flowers for the marriage
of Praveen Nita and Sunil Prasad
on Saturday, July 21.
T h e bride is the only daughter
of M r . and Mrs. Deo Narayan of
the Fijian lslands and the niece of
Mr. and Mrs. Rishi Deo of
Squamish. The groom is the eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. Narayan
Prasad of Burnaby.
Pandit K.D. Sharma officiated
at the marriage ceremony.
F o r her wedding day, the bride
chose a red silk saari with a gold
border and matching gold chain,
bracelets and earrings.
"
T h e groom wore an ivory white
suit with a red carnation boutonniere.
Nand and Nielesh Deo, [he
History of
Fire Prevention Week
This year commemorates the
62nd anniversary of the first Fire
Prevention Week. Over the years,
Fire Prevention Week has reminded people of the importance of
firesa fety, particularly through
the experiences of some very
famous fires, such as the "Great
Chicago Fire." From October 7-9,
187 I , the Chicago fire claimed 250
lives and destroyed more than
2.150 acres of the city. At the
same time, another fire devastated
t h e small l u m b e r town of
Peshtigo, Wisconsin and within 24
hours claimed 800 lives. These two
fires accounted for the largest
losses-of-life in American fire
hlstory.
What was learned, however,
IFYOUREMEMBER
THEBLACKOUTLASI'YEAR,
REMEMBERAHONDA
GENERAlIylRTHISYEAR.
GRANl)MA BEAR GLASS DOOR
LOPI, 380 M
Many other models available
at si,milar discount prices.
Come and see us for your
special needs. Full line of
black or insulated stovepipes
avai lab I e.
I
'\
\
Lest ycar's blackout was no laughlng matter It left
thousands of homcs wlthout powtr.W\thout llghta
It wasted thousands of dollars of frozen food It
rnadc sump pumps usclcsa. lek bascrncnts flooded
and homes wlthout heat.
It was something you don't want to sce
happen a aln But If It dots. a Honda gcnerrtor will
makc It a ot casler to llve wlth.
Honda has 14 generators. r a @ g In powcr
from 600 to 6xx) watu. to help provide [email protected] In
rny cmcrgcncy
What's more, Hondab larger generators. pro.
vldlng 4CCO watt^ or more. crn do r lot besldtr
kecping thlngs rllght. Hondr gentrrtors of that sire
can run I large appllrncc Uk a trcucr or fridge
Or tccp your housc warm power1 space heatcm.
Thercb not much chentc they'll et you down
clthcr. bccausc ell Honda enc!ators havc dcpendebtllty fcaturcs bulk In LI e Ioty.lestiry. ball:
bcarlq crankshafts, cast Iron cy lndu s ewes and
chromedated DIS.
9
f
7
have to face another
bleckout, see your
tiondr equl rnent
dealer And ct Blm
P
ot gcncratori,
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bride's cousins were flower girls.
For her daughter's wedding,
Mrs. Narayan chose a navy blue
silk saari and a white carnation
corsage with baby's breath. The
groom's mother, Mrs. Prasad
wore a burgundy silk saari with a
red carnation and baby'$ breath
cor sage .
Over 380 guests attended the
wedding ceremony and reception.
The bride's mother and aunt came
all the way from Fiji and other
guests included families from
California, Toronto and Alberta
as wdl as other friends and
relatives from Vancouver and
SQua mish.
T h e music for the reception was
provided by P . and P. Audio.
T h e young couple are making
their home in Vancouver.
was rhat fire Prevention must be
p r a c t i a d . In 1911, the first Fire
Prevention Day was initiated by
the Fire Marshall's Associatlon of
North America, and officially
declared by President Woodrow
Wilson in 1920. President Warren
Harding proclaimed it the first
Fire Prevention Week in 1922. In
Canada and the United States,
Fire Prevention Week is always
observtd during the week in which
October 9 falls. This year, Fire
Prevention Week is October 7-13.
Weavers
Guild
news
Informal meetingr of the
U'eatets Guild were held iwice
over the wmmer at a memherr'
home. The) were well aitended
and \sill be continued next year
Some members felt the need to
maintain contact oter the yummer
monih5 as part o f our t i b e ! all
year round.
I n August. a ter) exciting
workshop on [ h e chemical dkeing
o f wool and s i l k war held The
variety of colour5 obtained was i n spiring.
The guild hac becn slud)ing colour theory and design oker the
past r i x month5 and this w i l l cont i n u e on as i t I T an important
aspect of our craft. Aficr almost
a year of hard work. [he 10
members of our guild have completed work on a handwoken wool
coverlet I i i s donc on a w h i t e
background w i t h a cornflower
blue design. \ ' e are all proud of
our actornpli5hmentr. I n all, 1 1
coberlets will result from our uork
- one for each member pluc one io
be raffled by the guild
T h e coverlet will be on displa!
In the Yarn Store and at barioug
locations around town over thc
next couple of month5 Ticket5
ma) be purchased at rhe Tirnec office, Yarn Storc, and Garihaldi
Graphics. The draw w i l l be held
at the Squamish A r t s Council A r i r
and Crafts Market on N o \ . 24.
Plans are underway for an exciting year with many Guild
mcm b a s presently making handwoven Christmas cards in a baricry o f yarns including silk, rayon
and lurex to add a special sparkle
Many guild members will be
weaving fabric to be used In making an article of clolhlng. The
ideas range from vests and jackets
to complete ensembles.
W e welcome new member6 intercnted In weavlna and spinnlng.
The next meeting will be held
Thursday, OCI.4 at 7:30 p . m in
the Ans Council Building.
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