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Ah, the Christmas season! ���Ray Smith photo  Defeated aldermanic candidate Ken Collins continues to  be a thorn in the side of Gibsons  Council.  , Collins was back at the council meeting on Tuesday, December 2 with two concerns: the  alleged exclusion of boater Al  Baker from the washroom  facilities at Gibsons Marina and  the need for improved attention  to the needs of young people in  the Town of Gibsons.    ^  At the previous council  meeting Collins had been a  delegate on behalf of boater  Baker whose boat is presently  beached in Gibsons Harbour.  Baker has been given until  January. 1 to move or repair his  boat.- ,������''���'-���  In his presentation of  December 2 with regards to  Baker,- Collins charged that  Secretary-Treasurer Lorraine  Goddard "is either conspiring  with Gibsons Marina Hotel Incorporated (the lessee of the  marina), to create a private  marina but of a public marina  or is grossly negligent in her  duties and in either case should  be fired."  Retreat debate heated  Tempers flared and .voices  were, raised -at'__. the'^-Sechelt  District Council Meeting last  week, when Alderman Anne  Langdon again raised the issue  of a two-day retreat for council  members:  Langdon told Mayor Bud  Koch that she was having. dif-  ' ficulty setting a date for the  retreat and that two alderrnen  had told her that they were unwilling to stay overnight.  Alderman Graham Craig  stated "I'm convinced that we  need this experience but not that  we have to go off the Coast. So  why do 'We have to stay, over- .,  ���night?"*-   V-'- -     'i/~  When Mayor Kdch explained  that many government groups  had found an overnight retreat  to be beneficial, Alderman Ken  Short protested, "We have  suitable facilities in our own  district. I repeat, I'm looking at  the cost to the taxpayer."  Langdon pointed out that she  hadn't quoted a cost yet. yl  have the Ways and Means  Committee," she said.  A motion was made that  council members go on retreat  on January 4 and 5, on the con-  council. But Short todk a firm  stand.  "I'm sticking to. my guns,"  he said. "If it's going to be cost7  ly to the taxpayer, I'm not going."  Alderman Len Harder defused the situation by saying that  he was willing to pay his own  way, and Aldermen Craig and  Kolibas agreed that they'd do  likewise.  The motion was finally passed with Short and Kolibas opposed.  A-  On the inside  Voter registration   On war toys .....   School Board on Noyes..  Entertainment & Dining..  Bus & Ferry Schedule....  Classifieds   P. 2  P 2  P    13  ��� ���������*��   ��J-   ���    <At_r  .P. 14 & 15  ��� ������������������ M    ���    JL%J  P. 19&20  Food Bank dates  Important Food Bank dates are: pre-Christmas, December  17 from 1 to 3 pm.  In January the dates will be on January 7 and 21 at the  same times. Donations are needed and appreciated. Information at 885-5532.  Peace meetings  The Sunshine Coast Peace Committee is holding a  Christmas Pot-luck Supper on Saturday, December 13 from 6  to 9:30 pm, in the Community Use Room at Roberts Creek  School.  People are invited to bring food, friends and carol sheets.  Everyone is welcome.  The next Peace Committee meeting is tonight, Monday,  December 8 at 7;3.0 in Roberts Creek School. It will feature a  tape of William Arkin, from the Centre for Defence Information, Washington,; DC, recorded at the recent inquiry, 'The  True North, Strong and Free?'  Open discussion will follow.  n  rman  Maureen . Clayton, school  trustee from Sechelt, was  elected school board chairwoman by acclamation at last  Tuesday's inaugural meeting.  Clayton told the Coast News  that she is excited about the new  directions the school board is  taking and attributed much of  the energy and optimism" to  superintendent Art Holmes.  "It's not just the trustees," she  said, "the principals are all enthusiastic and even the kids in  school know him. I think I picked a good year to be chairman."  When asked about the Kratzmann report on sexual abuse in  the school district, Clayton said  that the board would be meeting  this Thursday to outline an implementation strategy for the  recommendations made in the  report.  "We're acting on it. The  public may not be aware of each  step but the changes are happening," she said.  Maureen Clayton was named  week.  Chairman of the School Board last  ������Ray Smith photo  Collins claimed that the cove- ,  nant signed with Her Majesty: .  the Queen by the Town of Gibx )  sons stated that the town . would r/  maintain and keep open the said ''  marina facilities for the use of :  all the boating public'.  According to Colins, the ex- ;  elusion of Baker from" the '  marina facilities constituted a '  breach of the covenant and ;  could place Gibsons ih jeopardy ;  of repaying 'all costs and ex- ���  penses incurred by Her ���  Majesty'. Collins' presentation <  said that this could mean "Lor- -  raine Goddard has jeopardized .  the Town of Gibsons to the turie _  of $603,200, payable on de- .  mand". Collins indicated his in-: t .  tention to take action on the ,'-  matter. ~  ;   ;;  A spokesman for Gibsons f-  Council told the Coast News \  that their information was that I -  Baker had- been creating .'a';  nuisance'at the marina and that,'  the town was sure no penalty^  liability could be accrued in ttie%  matter. , ^K  Collins' other concern abouH  the young people of Gibsons^  was accepted for consideration!1  at a subsequent meeting.       >2  i ���_��� j  School's  retreat  "  Sunshine   Coast   school? _v  trustees   and   senior   staff-5.  members  spent two days in.  retreat at the Bella Beach Motel  last week. The stated purpose of  the retreat was  fourfold:  to  review the board's statement of  philosophy;   to   redefine   the  board's  powers   and  responsibilities; to develop more efficient   operational   procedures;  and to plan for future programs  and services.  In an interview last Friday,  Superintendent Art Holmes ex-;  pressed great satisfaction with  what was accomplished. He told  the Coast News that the first  day started with a keynote address by Francis Fleming on  new perspectives and challenges;,  in education. That kind of for-  ward looking energy continued  throughout the day as trustees  grappled with issues on the  agenda such as evaluation and  accountability of school trustees  and staff. y  The   second   day   included  discussions with principals in ;  the district, setting both shorty  and long term goals.  In between the two sessions,  trustees went home. "The question of staying overnight was  never considered," said  Holmes, "because of the cost."  Arts Foundation legacy  The Eileen Glassford Arts  Foundation has learned that it is  among the beneficiaries of the  estate of much-respected Mrs.  .Geraldine Winram of Roberts  Creek.  The Arts Foundation, which  i is seeking to build a performing  arts pavilion on and near the  site of the old firehall in  Holland Park has been informed that the estate of Mrs. Winram has bequeathed $20,000 for  their   project.   Several   other  community organizations have  also received bequests.  The Arts Foundation appears  before Gibsons Council this  week to seek confirmation of  the site for the final fund-raising  push.  The newly elected executive  under television producer Rai  Purdy is aiming to bring the  project to completion in 1987.  "If we can't bring it in in  1987 maybe it doesn't want to  happen," is Purdy's position.  In addition to President Purdy, the 1987 executive of the  foundation consists of Shirley  Dagg, Vice-President, Frances  Burnside, Treasurer, and  Russell Crum, Secretary.  Members of the board of  directors include: Cindy Buis,  Philip Grafton, Ray Lewis,  Laurent Labonte, John Burnside,' Mayor Bud Koch" of  Sechelt, and past-president of  the Sunshine Coast Arts Council, Eve Smart.  Mayor Bud Koch and Alderman Norm Peterson were on the phones for part of the successful Elves  Telethon last Saturday at Elphinstone Secondary. Over $6000 was raised for Christmas Hampers. Here  Al Pajak of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 109, conducts off-set interviews.       ���John Bumside photo  i______-__________  ���r-"~-^ i    hi m _ i. i_t _���_-___ i-_-_.i__-ii.__.___'H-.i.i-  ��� Mi ._ ______  ...  .._._������a ,inr,^hrf-_i__r___-__ _��� ____m ��_n  im _____����___  ^an__________i Coast News,. December 8,1986  Support services  Society now  We would draw your attention to the letter from Mr.  Art James on Page Three of this issue.  We are now well launched into the season of giving,  with the compassion of Christ as our model and our  motivation. Surely this is the appropriate time for  remembering those who give and are compassionate all  year long and who are now asking for our help.  The untold kindnesses and comfort provided by the  staff and volunteers of the Sunshine Coast Community  Services Society are eloquently testified to by Mr. James  from personal experience.  And it is riot only the elderly that are aided, but young  children and struggling single parents. The Sunshine Coast  is a caring place largely because of the work of many  volunteers, but funding is needed. Make your contribution  part of your Christmas giving and be assured that your gift  will be working arid giving all year long.  New Timber Days  ,We applaud the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce's plans for a revamped Timber Days as outlined in  the pages of this newspaper.  May we offer, however, one small respectful suggestion?  The history of Sechelt is closely linked with the history  of logging on this'Coast and the revamped Timber Days,  , as befits its name, must not lose sight of this important  historic facet.  It was by all accounts a moving and staisfying experience at Pioneer Park as the Harbour merchants marked the inauguration of the Christmas season in their  neighbourhood.  Why, oh why, however, could not the Town of Gibsons  have had the foresight to make sure the public washrooms  were in service for the occasion?  And, while we are asking question, what is the  decorative business going on across the street. Was not  that lot purchased with a view of providing much-needed  parking. Why the change of use?  ��� V  5 YEARS AGO  A storm's savage path of destruction tore through the  Madeira Park area on December 4, causing power  outages from Sandy Hook to Egmont. B.C. Hydro called  in four crews frorn Vancouver to help with the emergency repair work^q^restpre service. : ;  ��� In Egmont, one ^ pole was pulled down and a  transformer lost, when 27 trees fell onto lines-v  Everywhere, trees were uprooted, rather than just  broken off. Residents described it as "just like a  twister", ripping and twisting roots and trunks right out  of the ground.  10 YEARS AGO  The Sunshine Coast %Queen will sail its last run on  Monday night if everything goes as planned with the introduction of the Queen of New Westminster onto the  Howe Sound crossing.  The employees laid off the Sunshine Coast Queen  have been sent to the manning pool and will be resta-  tioried on the new service.  20 YEARS AGO  Mr. Clarence Joe, chief councillor of the Sechelt Indian Band, invited members of various committees in  the area and interested citizens to meet with members  of the Indian Band Council to discuss matters concerning both cultures.  The band plans to meet with these groups periodically to study programs which would be of mutual benefit.  Mr. D.G. Poole of Granthams was elected chairman of  a general committee and standing committee chairman  elected Mr. Les Peterson and Mr. W.S. Potter.  30 YEARS AGO  Retirement from onebusinessdoesn't mean idleness  or retirement from work, the life of the Clayton family of  Sechelt proves. \> r'������'���'  Over six years ago Eric Clayton retired from the Union  store. After a brief respite and due consideration he  built a small grocery store. v  With the help of Mrs. Clayton and the boys, John and  Dick, he worked up such a business that-he enlarged  and added warehouse space.  This year with the need for more and larger grocery  space, Mr. Clayton joined the Tom Boy Stores, an independent chain of grocers and now announces the  opening of Tom Boy Store No. 5 in Sechelt.  40 YEARS AGO  An enjoyable afternoon tea and sale of Christmas  novelties was held Saturday at Kewpie Kamp by the  Women's Auxiliary of St. Aiden's Church, Roberts  Creek. Despite the weather, a number of residents attended. The sale was opened by Mrs. CD. dough.  Despite the tempestuous weather without, the com:  fortable room at the Kewpie Kamp was.fij.led to capacity  for the monthly Red Cross whist drive, Prizes for highest  scores were awarded to Mrs. Brines and Mr. A Rusk.  The Sunshine  CO-PUBLISHERS PRODUCTION  John Burnside M.M. Vaughan Linda Dixon           Jan Schuks  EDITORIAL TYPESETTING  Penny Fuller Saya Woods Bonnie McHeffey  PHOTOGRAPHY DISTRIBUTION  Ray Smith Steve Carrol!  ADVERTISING  Fran Bumside John Gilbert  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is a co-operative locally owned-newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by Glassford Press  Ltd., Box 460 Gibsons BC VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or 886-7817;  Sechelt Tel. 885-3930. Second Class Mai! Registration No. 4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS i> protected by copyright and reproduction  of any part of it by any means is prohibited unless permission in writing is  first secured from Glassford Press Ltd., holders of th6 copyright.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: 1 year $30; 6 months $18; Foreign: 1 year $35  Much-loved musicians Ken Dalgleish (with six-week old daughter  Johanna) and Mike Dunn are pictured together at the Arts Centre  The recent election  last Saturday where a display of the musical instruments that Mike  makes was enjoyed by all. ���Ray Smith photo  No excuse for voter  by Judy Wilson  Iri the computer age there is  simply no excuse for the  massive omissions from the  voters list that occurred in the  recent British Columbia yelec-  ��� tion.': : ������ '��� ������'  There was no need for the  line ups, for the frustrated poll  clerks, for the election decisions  in doubt or for the^J^en^TanT  chisement of who k$6ws,jjcny  many voters. yif    fife}*  British Columbians s|&uld  not allow such an electoral  shambles to be repeated.  Current legislation?; provides  for an enuriieration^of all eligible voters in September of the  second calendar year following  an election. The next one will  take place in September of  1988.  Between now and then there  is plenty of time to review and  make changes to the system of  enumeration that is so obvious- ���  ly inadequate.  Computer technology ���combined with common sense  points to a more systematic-approach than the one used; to  compile the most recent list;  The current process involves  creating an entirely new list each,  time with enumerators instructed to enumerate all people  living in a specific geographic  area. People riot at home at the  time of the eiiumerators visits  are left a card which they must  mail to the elections office to get  von the list.;  This prdcess is clearly inadequate.  Many people did hot  send in the cards because they  believed their names were  already on the list. They were  unaware of the legislation that  had eliminated the permanent  provincial voters list in favour  of the current process.  .Others were simply confused.  They had been enumerated for  the federal list and assumed it  was the same one used for pro-  .vincial elections or had voted in  i^jjl municipal election and assumed they were "on the list",     v  ���" Add" these problems to the  general sloppiness of an  enumeration process that  somehow missed entirely whole  streets and apartment buildings  and you have tens of thousands  of eligible voters left off the  voters list.  You also have the mess on  election day that, made British  Columbia's election process  look embarrassingly like that of  an underdeveloped third world  country having its first flirtation  with democracy.  There have ��� already been  some suggestions to improve the  process. Some are calling for  voter registration cards to be  mailed out with hydro bills or  dispensed with drivers licences.  What we need, however, is a  more systematic process, one  that Will reduce sloppiness and  be less confusing than what currently is used.  > The most effective way to do  this would ;be to establish a  ���i- "master registry of all residences  in the province, a list that could  be autoriiatically updated with  new residences as they are built.  This would be done by requiring  that copies of building permits  be forwarded to the elections  office.  Enumerators would no  longer be sent out to enumerate  a general area, instead they  would be required to report on  each and every residence in their  area.  Under this system it would be  extremely difficult tp miss entire,  streets and apartment blocks.  It would probably not be  necessary under such a system  to re-register voters already on  the list. The enumerator could  simply confirm that the voter  still lived at that address. New  voters could be enumerated and  added. People on the voters list  but no longer at the address  would automatically be deleted.  Common sense could solve  the special problems of  enumerating the high turnover  of population living in apartment blocks. With the existence  Of a master registry of addresses  it would be possible to  enumerate apartment dwellers  as soon as an election is called.  As anyone who has worked  with the voters list knows, lists  of voters in high density apartment areas are outdated as soon  as six months following an  enumeration.  Single family dwellings,  where turnover is low, could  continue to be enumerated  every second year following an  election, adding those who had  moved in and deleting those  who had moved out.     f   . ..  By developing the master  registry of residences and using,  it as the basis for enumeration  the elections office would have  a tool to dramatically improve  the accuracy of the voters list.  Section 80 votes should still  be available aiid used as they  were originally intended, to  cover people who had moved or  just come of age to vote. They  would no longer, however, bea  massive problem causing long,  line ups and delayed election  results.  The suggestion to send out  voter registration cards through  B.C. Hydro would further  reduce the number of Section 80  votes if combined with the creation of the master registry of  residences. B.C. Hydro could  send out a card to each new  hydro hookup thus reaching the  vast majority of people who  move.  It is probably too much to  suggest that the duplication and  confusion   that   occurs   with  separate   voters   lists   for.  municipal,   provincial   and .  federal jurisdictions could also \  be avoided. The technology and /  programming needed to divide/'  voters   into   their   respective  districts is not beyond reach.  Computers, f common sense  and political will are the key ingredients to irriproying the voter  registration process. The computers are available now. It remains to be /seen whether the  same can be/ said for common  sense and poilitical will.  notes  i  War toys do affect child's behaviour  by Alan Wilson  It's just about that time of  year again when we start talking  about 'Teace and goodwill* to  all". Yet at the same time mariy  of us . will be arming our  children with sub-machine  guns, military vehicles, arid  laser weaponry.  A glance at the 'toys' on sale  this year highlights this curious  double-standard. There are toys  with names like: Enforcer,  Blaster, Destroyer, Bomber,  and Masher. N  Then there is the new laser  tag game which is being seduc-  tively marketted with high-tech  television commercials.  And I see that 1 can stimulate  my child's imagination with a  seven and a half foot long ahv  craft carrier! Or with a doll  named "Sergeant Slaughter".  For a mere $ 181 could supply  my child with a complete combat set, including a sub-machine  gun, two hand grenades, a  holster, binoculars, dog tags,  and an ID card (for ages three  and up!). :|  Or I could buy the "Skyfire  Assault Copter'' which ' 'strikes  like lightning to destroy evil  forces".  Or   the   "Savage   Strike  Cycle...the meanest motorcycle  . anywhere!" A/'concealedmini-  ��� gun,   MAC-10   sub-machine  guns, and six Belgian grenades  add to the excitement".  Those that feel there is harm  in this militarization of the toy  department have banded  together to pressure toy companies, stores, and advertisers  not to market these things, and  they have declared November  29 as International Day Against  War Toys.  But it's an uphill struggle  because our children are being  bombarded (note the military  origin of this term) with television commercials and cartoon  shows developed around these  violent toys (She-Ra, GI Joe,  Transformers, He-Man, etc).  These cartoons are shown weekday afternoons, and on  weekends, amounting annually  to the equivalent of 22 days of  classroom instruction iri warfare!  War cartoon programming  has grown from one and a half  hours per week in 1982, to 27  hours per week in 1985, with six  new shows in production this  year.  Researchers concerned about  this trend, such as Doctor Ron  Slaby (Center for Research on  Children's Television "at Harvard University) writes:  "From research findings on  the effects of playing with toys  with aggressive themes, we can  say that playing with these toys  is likely to stimulate higher  levels of aggression...even in  normal children, as well as in  children who already have problems with violence.  "These toys and programs  teach healthy, non-violent  children new ways of behaving  aggressively, besides teaching  violent behaviour in problem  children."  Doctor Thomas Radecki,  Research Director of the National Coalition on Television  Violence: "The cartoon and  violent toys studies show that  these materials cause children to  hit, kick, choke, push and hold  down other children. They have  found increases in selfishness,!  anxiety, ;and the hurting of;  animals. I Sharing and school!  performance have been found:  to decrease.  "The / repeated teaching of:  seeing your opponent as so-;  meone despicably evil who can;  only be^ealt with through com-;  bat is yery harmful... !  "Wej have become so desen-;  jiitized /from our own exposure;  to television that we forget that;  the first television generation;  has turned out to be the most.  violent in America's recorded  history. Now the second genera-:  tion is being raised on much,  stronger stuff". '���  Doctor Charles W. Turner,;  Researcher on the effects of war;  toys; University of Utah: "Playing with violent toys increases  the risk that children are going  to use aggression in real life at a  later time. The violerit toys serve  as a way of rehearsing the  violent behaviour seen on television. They increase the  likelihood that the effects ot  cartoon violence will carry over  Please turn to page 21  ______ ii,   _���_..  i__ mi.  _������! dtwt^^KMmtvtmaTtmtiaMim -; :��:.  Coast News, Depernber 8,1986  Editor accused ��I logig-witideci Mather  Editor:  Once again you demonstrate  how little one needs to know  about a subject to engage in  long-winded blather. In the past  you've presented yourself as an  expert on world affairs, international hockey, education spending and now we hear from  Burnside the "-oracle-of aquaculture!  ',Your adjectives hysterical,  reckless, and greedy are totally ���  o^tTt-f line. How many fish  farmers have you talked to?  How many farms have you  vijsited? Have you spoken with  the people at B.C. Research, or  the Pacific Biological Station?  You conjure up the image of  fish swimming about happily,  feeding themselves, while the  farmer lolls about counting  sacks of money.  Nothing could be further  from the truth! Feeding fish is a  dawn to dark propositon, seven  days a week, as well as maintaining machinery, keeping  records arid warding off nervous bankers.  Instead of contemplating  your navel.in 'Musings', I suggest that you, Mr.. Burnside,  take the aquaculture course at-  Capilano College, then get a job  on a fish farm. You might gain  a rational perspective on a new  and exciting industry!  And, as for all of themumbo  jumbo about polluting the environment, just take a walk  down the government dock in  Gibsons!  Arbutus Construction  Editor's note: I was party to  discussions of the hopes and  dreams of a fish fanner on  Nelson Island in 1978, some  years before Oddvin 'I made it  all happen' Vedo got here. I  i.   -  Hind-Smith is concerned  Eclitor:  *���__ would like to add a rider to  tfieJetter sent to the B.C. Fin-  fisfCAquaculture Inquiry Chair-  vKSh. December 1.  "Xf has been shown that waste  material kills all life which normally makes the ocean floor its  home and it' has also been  shown that this waste is not  washed away by tidal action and  continues to build up. I was at a  meeting here on the coast at-  t^aided by the fish farmers and  ajJLTJtinds of experts and when  a$��edabout this, the solution  v/asrtb move the pen to a new  location and repeat the process.  It makes one wonder what kind  of people these are.  In the letter I suggested that  the waste food and fish excrement could be collected and  processed into a fertilizer. One  pf the suggestions I heard mentioned at the inquiry was to use  a vacuum type of equipment  and deposit the waste into a  barge which could go round a  number of fish farmers and collect the stuff and deliver it to a  processing plant. The fish  farmer would then get a share,  worked out on some percentage  basis, of the profit made by selling the product.  The only problem I see with  this is that any of the life living  on the ocean floor would be  sucked up along with the waste  A testimony  Editor:  Year before last I had a  remarkable adventure ie: "a  walk through the Valley of  Death". Three months uncon-  cious and two and a half months in 'Recovery' at Vancouver  General Hospital. Then recoup-  eratirig at home in my 75th year  aid he. But then, never alone,  because of the Home Support  Service (twice weekly); These  people are remarkable the way  they quietly serve us from keeping .the home clean, in many  __&__> helping with shopping, to'!  the1 ^Provincial Nurses ���Service''  i^itieeded as! well:-;    '      '  -^  To the Roberts Creek Girl  Guides who gave several people  iri the area free loads of  firewood and insisted on piling  it also, bless their hearts.  Also to the lovely little  grocery store at Roberts Creek  who accidentally overcharged  me $2 and went to a spot of  trouble to see I got it back.  To all the above and to others  who serve voluntarily, as well as  those on the payroll who quietly  do their jobs in order to keep all  of us safe, may I wish you all  heartfelt ;: Greetings': of   the  Christmas Season.*'-���- ���. ������; j/^  ���-���-������������'��� "'������f'-n<--M.i'. Art Jimi6��  Write on ferries  Editor:  .kGood Morning! It's 8:20. If  you are not on your way to the  ferry, you have missed it. The  next one is at 12:25 pm.  s.Ii am an alderman in the  Town of Gibsons but, firstly a  resident of the Sunshine Coast.  Icfind it appalling that we are  held captive, not allowing peo-  BiCYCLE  LAYAWAY  lor Christmas  PAYMENT TERMS  PICKUP  assembled and serviced  as late as 5 pm, Dec. 24  ��� 18 models for children  ��� 14 models for adults  TRAIL BAY SPORTS  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-2612.  pie in or out for a four hour  period in mid-day, each and  every day.  I do not feel that you will find  any other highway system in the  province of B.C! shut down for  four hours a day of prime  travelling time.  I feel it is time that we banded  together and let our feelings be  known for this, inadequate service.  I urge you all to write letters  to our MLA Harold Long, and  Minister responsible for  transportation Cliff Michael.  Keep in mind that the boat is  fully crewed with motors running all the time that it sits there.  Please Write!  Alderman Norm Peterson  Editor's note: Cliff Michael and  Harold Long can be reached  c/o Legislative Building, Victoria BC.  BOOKS  i. ;y  fi.  A quality gift at a reasonable price  We have lots for you to choose from  lights of the Inside Passage  .''   by Donald Graham  Keepers of the I_,ight  '.  by Donald Graham  '  Capitol Offences  by Allan Fotheringham  Reader's Digest  Fix-It-Yourself Manual  ���in paperback  Zmu:  iky  -t  it  Mammoth Hunters  by jean Auel  Dancing in the Light  by Shirley MacLaine  LOTS.OF CHILDREN'S BOOKS  ��� CALENDARS ��� COOKBOOKS ���  ��� OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 9 PM   ���  COWRIE ST. SECHELT 885-2527  but perhaps ev^n this might be a  better solution'than moving the  pen to a new lpcation.  John Hind-Smith  '(������'     '  '       /,-'' 'i- '���        ,'������'''���   '"���k.':-;  knew Al McNeely of Egmont  who had the first license granted  in the province; I have stood in  line and cleaned farm-produced  fish for market; I was on the  regional board for all of the early discussions 1983-85 and have  been supportive throughout.  Still, there are environmental  concerns that must be addressed; there are those who seek to  farm leases, not fish; and there  is among reputable fish fanners  a concern at the present at what  may be an attempt to secure a  monopoly of egg supply. I am  riot; '; eiiiirely y uninformed, I  respectfully suggest, yr   .;.:  COAST Nfwr.  CLASSIFIEDS  at  B & J Store  Halfmoon "Bay  u: .i! .noon Sa?Ljro._ y  ���ft .   rl����   -dlv Pooplo Pl,i.:_  ROBERT and GRACE ATKINSON take delivery of their 3rd  SKOOKUM vehicle. Jack Kincaid, director, congratulates them.  ONE OWNER  . ONLY 24,000 kms  1986 MAZDA B2000  Immaculate Long Box  Deluxe Interior  Before you buy see this one!  *8695  Dealer 8084  "Sub Agent  piggai  NISSAN  SKOOKUM AUTO .nc.  SALES   886-3433 SERVICE  1028 Hwy 101, Gibsons  Pender Harbour CALL COLLECT  ____(  PreChristmas  Post-Strike  .There's never been  an easier way  to buy a new'vehicle!  mm  i  Payments  'til JUNE '87  Ht.  rsP'6  tutf     Nothing down  DOWN  puts you ih the driver's seat  of a brand new  FORD CAR OR TRUCK  /Al   B     _____ A If ET   |   ETACI|Vir^\       Drive home today OAC. First & last  \rnL___U.   iVl_r\lV_U.   _LE__l>\OII^I V_l/      month's payments required in advance.  "Service Loaners for Life  39  WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD  Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt  885-3281  MDl 5936  I!:  |v.fe  i\'W:  .51  * �����!     ...'V. .  .  . -&i  it -_#���  km  _s  - ,m  j;;,a__  &m  P  mi Coast News, December 8,1986  ___���>'  it  v Gibsons   Council   voted  unanimously   to   rejoin   the  regional economic development  Commission at the last meeting  <>f the  outgoing  council  on  December 2. -  �� Gibsons Council had voted to  leave the regional commission  after a joint meeting in-camera  of Gibsons and Sechelt Councils  on August 7.  Following the  same meeting Sechelt Council  had reversed its position on the  Question of membership in the  Regional economic commission.  K On August 6, Sechelt Council  ^oted to stay in the function un-  ttil the end of 1986. A letter  Tdelivered to the joint meeting of  August 7 by Alderman Anne  Langdon from Oddvin Vedo  urging the two municipalities to  set up their own economic function is thought by some to have  caused the Sechelt Council later  to vote to withdraw immediately,   y   ������'  . Another presentation from  Vedo urging the municipalities  to take independent action was  received dated December 1 but  was simply received and filed by  Gibsons Council. The same  submission was received by  Sechelt Council as late correspondence at their meeting of  December 3 but no action was  taken on the submission.  The proposal was also  presented by Vedo to the SCRD  last October when he resigned.  He indicated at the time that if  the regional board would accept  his economic proposals he  would consideriapplyingfor the  position from* w_iich kh�� was  1 *���* s _.  ���.-._.>},'  _., VI  B ������������������"  resigning.  It has been pointed out by  several people associated with  the economic development  commission under which Vedo  last served that his proposal in  cludes government funding but  with the modus operandi of an  entirely business-based funding  with no accountability to elected  representatives.  "The lack of accountability  in Mr Vedo's proposal makes it  one that no responsible elected  official can countenance," one  Gibsons alderman told the  Copst News in conversation last^  week. :i\  fi/hilst Sechelt still ponders  A united 'economic.sjtrategy  appears to be just around the  corner for the Sunshine .Coast.  One night after Gibsons,Council agreed tb participate' in the  Economic Development. Commission (EDC), .a delegation  froni the EDC had ytheir long  awaited meeting with Sechelt  District. Council. i-1  Maurice Egan, spokesman  for the group, assured council  that this was not in conflict with  council's plans for an economic  strategy for the district  municipality.  Numerous questions were  asked about possible areas of  conflicting interest or duplication bf functions but the delega  tion answered clearly that the  commission's purpose was to-  bring a united front to areas of  common concern without intruding on projects of specific  interest v to the individual  municipalities.  However, he suggested that  council needed more time to examine the brief presented by the  EDC, Alderman Joyce Kolibas  urged council to move promptly  in view of the delay in meeting  with the delegation. j  Council agreed to study th<t  brief aiid decide the issue of  Sechelt.s representation on the  commission at a meeting of the  committee of the whole . on  December 10.  OPEN SUNDAYS  11-?} 'til Christmas  _MALL HOURS  9:30-6:00  Fri nite'til 9:00  .���___  '  }  1   I  f.  }  '.  ���f  ��*  1      ^  ! $  1  j .  i .  _'  l_  ...  '+  f..  i*  n  ri  1  ���kf  fc.  V  __��__  't*.  ^  '   ,*���  fe  ���.  E*��i  i*  ��$_  *���  IS  '��������  1  ���9  %  y.  t*  . [��.  *  A "GREEN SCENE" Christmas  /,     , jc- -- ��*~ ;  'Choose'from r6ur wide selection of  ��� Silk Centrepieces  ��� Silk Corsages  ��� Quality Tree Ornaments  ��� Candles & Candleholders  ��� Flowering & Green Plants  ��� Fresh Flower- Arrangements  VVe are now a member of FT.D.  Contact us for cross country Christmas orders.  VnCCN SCENE flowers ft Want*  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons (across from Super Valu)   886-3371  to*��v  Fridays 4-7  Saturdays   12-4  Sundays       1-4  Mon., Dec. 22  Tues., Dec 23  12-4  Photographer  here same  hours as .  Santa  Indoor comfort  Lots of easy  parking  SUNNYCREST  BLACK'S CAMERAS  CANADIAN IMPERIAL  BANK OF COMMERCE  COMMUNITY INFORMATION  SYSTEMS  COSY CORNER CRAFTS     .  DEE'S FINE CLEANING  DON'S SHOES  GIBSONS TRAVEL  GREEN SCENE  HENRY'S BAKERY .  HOME HARDWARE  INNER SPACE  -KITCHENS & CLOSETS  J'S UNISEX HAIR y.  JEANNIE'S GIFTS & GEMS.  LIQUOR STORE J  ORANGE-Q j  PARTY STOP  PHARMASAVE  PIPPY'S  RADIO SHACK  -ADVENTURE ELECTRONICS  ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  SEW MUCH MORE  SUNCOAST AGENCIES  SUNNYCREST LAUNDROMAT  SUPERVALU  THE CANDY SHOPPE  THE FEATHERED NEST  TODD'S CHILDREN'S WEAR  TOYS & HOBBIES FOR ALL AGES  YOU-DEL'S DELICATESSEN  WILLEE'S FAMILY RESTAURANT  *a little bit city, a little bit cc&mtry...the best of both, right here 8n Gibsons.  in M__iti>.  fcn  __���  _>���! ____���   ������   mi  fin  iii __ti i if ���__������ __iiii___iifBfti_l_n-__h_i__rfrr____ln_i_i  taftUHMMfiHtfH Coast NewSj December 8,1986  ��� *, j, ������ <*,-  Sam Reid was one of Santa's helpers last week in Gibsons    ��� R��y Smith photo  Roberts Creek  Best beer and wine judged  $_..  ���,.S-��  ?!____.  by Jeanie Parker, 885-2163  l_.SThe   Boe-Fitz   Plumberry  tfwalked away with the Legion  IjiCup for the most points overall  t-if.the Homemade Wine and  .Beer Contest on November 29.  ���] Ken Short won the beer coiri-  ;jj petition again but Mike Belisles'  .entry received special mention  f from the judges as the best dark  f beer they had ever tasted.  | There were 20 wines and 10  I beers to be judged in the annual  <. competition that has become a  J tradition in Roberts Creek. This  was the seventh year of the con-  | test which started in 1980 at the  Community Hall with the Craft  i Faire and moved to the Little  ^ Legion when it grew to merit an  occasion of its own.  t The beer contest was neck  land neck this yftar with only a  | few points sep^rjiting the prize  winners.   Stella  Mutch   came  third.  Ken Short took first place in  the white wines. Second and  third place both went to the  Grays.  Sue Sleep placed second  overall in the wines and Mike  Mulcahy was third. Janice  Boyte's raspberry won a second  prize for the reds and the Grays  came third with their fruit and  vegetable blend.  As always, the Wine and Beer  Contest was a popular event,  drawing a good crowd of competitors and spectators. Qn  behalf of the Community  Association, organizer Stella  Mutch would like to thank the  Roberts Creek Legion for  hosting the contest and the  other businesses who donated  prizes: Creekhouse Restaurant;  Pen Hotel, Cedars Pub, Gramma's   Pub,  Lam  Christmas Special  Perm Sale  $3000  from Nov. 19  thru Dec. 20  Cut, Blow Dry or Set,  and Condition included.  (Long hair perm extra) "  Call now for appointment Tuesday ��� Sat.   886-7224  REDKEN  THE HOUSE of GRACE  p  is  L  NOTICE  Dear Dog Owner:  The public is reminded that as of  January 2,1987,  new yearly licences are required for  all dogs within the Town of Gibsons.  Licences may be obtained  at the town Office,  Mon. to Wed., 8:30 am to 4:30 pm;  and, Thurs. and Fri. ��� 8:30 to 5 pm.  Valdine Michaud  BY-LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER  Store, Super-Valu, PetroCan,  and Gibsons ^Building Supplies.  CHRISTMAS LIGHTS  The Weals'Christmas lights  at the corner of Oldershaw  Road and tlie Highway are a  long-standing tradition. The  displays get bigger every year  with something new to enchant  young and old alike.  Visitors are welcome to tour  the grounds for a closer look  and this year the Roberts Creek  firemen will be on hand to help  Albert and Mary. Starting this  Thursday, _>ecember 11, you:  can drop in anytime between 6  and 10 pm. I ^  ELECTION MEETING  This Wednesday's meeting of  the Roberts Creek Legion is important. It's time for the. elec-'  tion of officers. All voting  members are urged to attend at  7:30 pm. ���[ ^  I_AST DANCE;.' #��� >;: #/y..  It was a bittersweet ������'^'experience hearing Slim and the  Pickups play for the last time at  the Roberts] Creek Legion on  November 29. They have probably never sounded so good  but it was sad knowing they  wouldn't be doing it again.  Drummer Mike Smeaton is off  to Australia on a teacher's exchange.  PLEASE CALL  Living so far removed from  the hub of Roberts Creek, I'm  apt to lose touch with what's  going on. I don't run into people who have-something for this  column as often.  So I'm relying on your phone  calls to keep my typewriter going. I have a deadline to meet at  the paper so please call me  before Friday morning..  And don't forget to phone  Bill Lennon for his community  bulletins on Mountain FM.  Community groups usually  want all the coverage they can  get and Bill is happy to get your  items. Phone him at 885-5984 or  his pager at 885-9509.  STEVE HUBERT  Steve Hubert will be at the  Roberts. Creek Legion December 12 and 13. On December  13 at 8 pm bring your best voice  for carol singing.  Gifts & Gems  All Day Friday, Dec. 12/86  Mr. Kurt Stoiber, our goldsmith will be on hand to discuss your personal needs in gold jewellry design. Mr. Stoiber has 25 years experience in fine jewellry design. ......  Indulge in the beauty and elegance of fine jewellry. Choose from our modern masterworks n Fb age o a tr _ t on of master   -f s nen  Canada Grade A Beef - Boneless  INSIDE ROUND  ROAST  ; m-l  i.,  '-'wi  ���m  �����.1  ,_f?l  m  ��� ��� _ ������ �� . ��� ��� ���'������.#.��� ���  kg  6.59  2.99  Utility Grade Frozen  YOUNG GOOSE  '���feT  m  i  ���   ���������*����������������������  kg  3.06  Fresh Frying  CHICKEN  ��� ������������.-������_���*��������� ��*5^  2.62  1.19  .lly'  B.C. Canada Fancy  ANJ0U PEARS  kg  1.30  lb.  1..:  Sunkist  LEMONS  ��;ys&^.ii_^v��*_^B__*SS_j����_>ti;v;' f,^..,-* .(>-*&*  kg  1.30  I  .;���-.   vl  Whole Cup - 340 gm  DATES  ea.  _C ��� _��____#  Oven Fresh ��� 397 gm  FRENCH BREAD  ���    a    ������_>���,���_���  ��������������������-���_  Oven Fresh - 8  tr  MINCE PIES  ��� ������������a ���������������������������*������  ��������������������������_������������  Blue Bonnet ��� 1.36 kg  MARGARINE  1.99  Armstrong  MILD CHEDDAR  CHEESE  10% off  Hill's Bros. - 3 Varieties -369 gm  COFFEE  3.69  Cashmere ��� 8 roll  BATHROOM  TISSUE  Scott- 60's  FAMILY  NAPKINS  1.99  Nabob - 120's  DELUXE TEA  BAGS  4.49  Club House ��� 375 ml  STUFFED MANZ  OLIVES 1.87  Steinfeld's ��� 11.  DILL  PICKLES  1.69 Coast News, December 8,1986  m  i-.  3  ;>  $.  .  _  '.  ���'.  j  .  1  S  P  ii  J ..  Ii-*  1  I  ������if  I  1  1  IS  m  1 ?'V  I-.  'h.  ���1. ���  _  I  5,  V  _  v.  _���  ���t  ���_:  i  ?.  I  I  _���  -.  -V  _  v  ��r,  .-,  Vr  V  V  l^^^lpi^^llll^l^^  d,  Charlie Ste  saves the day  s  _rrWe  �� Cyc/amen  �� Mums  �� Christmas Cactus  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  Sandy  Charlie  Joan Mahlman accepted Band Councillor Benny Pierre's contribution to the Elves Drive on behalf of the Sechelt Indian Band last"  Saturday. ���Ray Smith photo  Congratulations to  Hook good neighbour,  Stephens.  Seems Charlie was outdoors  one day when he heard a faint  cry for 'help'. He ran approximately two blocks on what is  known as the 'Fish Tail' area.  He found a punt on the shore,  without oars. That didn't stop  Charlie. He grabbed a pole, got  in the punt and made his way  out to an overturned canoe,  with its very weak former occupant clinging to it.  Seems the . unfortunate  gentleman was attempting to  pull up a tangled crab trap when  the canoe turned turtle. Charlie  got him safely in the punt.  A few more minutes in the  frigid water would have been  fatal. .'������->���  You're a good man Charlie  Stephens.  MEETING NIGHT  Tonight   is   the   general  Halfmoon Bay Happenings  Dinner tickets available  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  !;  -There   are   still   tickets  .^available for this Friday even-  Ping's   Christmas   dinner   and  iicarol night at the Welcome  j.Beach Hall arid there will be  quite a treat in store for those  who attend. Well known local  singer Arline Collins will be  there with her accordion and  will be sure to get everyone in  the spirit of Christmas.  For those of you who don't  care to drive at night the pro-r  blem can be solved by calling  Bill Vorley at 885-9032. He will  be happy to make arrangements  to have you picked up and  taken home. This is also the  SUNDAY   BRUNCH  featuring Jazz Guitarist David Morgan  11- 2:30  Bonniebrook Lodge  886-2887  ?'���  $'���  V'-  5',  ?'���  .���  _  ��  Pi  Hi  M.  ���>��� *  *!'  hi--  Si;  I!  _<  til  ii  Bphlnstone District Annual Christinas Bazaar and Bake Sate .Sat., Dec. 13,10  am - 2 pm, Sunnycrest Mall.  Sunshine Rebekah Lodga Annua! Christinas Bazaar Dec. 13 from 10 'til tpm at  Wilson Creek Community Hall. Corrie and have lunch.  Sunshine Coast Bursary & Loan Society annual meeting, Monday, [tec. 15 in the  Roberts Creek School at 4 pm. Everybody welcome.  Cameo Singles Club general meeting, Dec. 12; 7 pm, Community Use Room, RC  Elem. School. Hiking to caves, Dec. 14, meet at Shop Easy parking lot, 1 pm. Call  886-3364 or 886-3855.  Volunteer Action Centre is looking for somebody to fill the following two positions:  a co-ordinator for the parent program at the Sechelt Parent & Tot Drop-in and a  helper for the Public Health Nurse during baby clinic days in Sechelt and Pender  Harbour. Call 885-5881 for details.  The lights Are On! at Weal's nightly, 6-10 pm. Dec. 1 - Jan. 1. Everyone  welcome.  The Bphlnstone Class of '87 Is holding a Christmas Bazaar in the school gym on  Saturday, Dec. 13, from 11 am to, 4 pm. There is going to be a flea market* concession stand, Santa Claus, kids' games, and much more. Tables can be bought  for $10,' and any donations are welcome. See you there! For more information contact 886-2204.  The University Women's Club of the Sunshine Coast dinner meeting with guest  speaker on Tuesday, December 9. Please phone 886-8674 or 885-9232 for reservations. v  Suncoast Stroke Ciub: A support group with foHow-up therapy for stroke victims.  Meets weekly at Greenecourt, Friday, 10 am. For information telephone  885-9791.  Single? Join Cameo Singles Club for dancing, pot-luck dinners & other social  events. Christmas dinner Dec. 6. Phone 886-3364 or 886-3855.  OAPO #38 Weekly Bingo starts November 6 at 7:15 p.m. with early bird then  reg'ular bonanza then bingo. Meet us at Harmony Hall with all paper bingos.  Everyone welcome.  Duplicate Bridge - Tuesday, 7:15 p.m. at Golf Club. For information 886-9785.  Chess - Monday. 7 p.m. at Alano Club, Kiwanis Way, Gibsons. 886-9785 for information.   number to call for tickets.'The  Saturday night dinner is already  sold out.  The next event worth taking  in at the hall is on the afternoon  of Sunday, December 14 when  Nikki Weber will be there with  the Mini-Mob group of .young  singers. They are having an  afternoon of singing and fun  and if you' live nearby and  would like to spend a happy  couple of hours be there at 1:30.  You will be made welcome.  Then on Thursday, December 18 you can depend on a  packed house foivthe Halfmoon  Bay Elementary School'sr Annual Ctostmas Concert. '..��'_.  HOSPITAL AirXBUARY ;,  The ladies and hdsbands of  the ^Halfmoon Bay *-__raneh; of  the -hospital aiixiliary'.s|  Casa   Martinez  on  Monday,  December 1 with 40 gepple in  attendance.  SORRY I MISSED YOU  Apologies to our faithful  readers for the absence of last  week's column, but yours truly,  together with spouse, goofed  off to sunny California for one  short week;    / ;  debate  Representatives from the  Gibsons and Sechelt libraries  and the Roberts Creek, Wilson  Creek and Madeira Park  reading centres* and Peggy  Connor and Gordon Wilson  from the Regional Board attfen-'  ding a meeting of the Coordinating Committee of the  Sunshine Coast Libraries on  Friday, December 5. Reports  from the libraries and reading  centres were read and all showed considerable growth, both in  membership and circulation.  The grant from the Regional  Board was discussed. This year  it is to be cut by $1000 to $5000.  The reading centres will receive  their usual $800 each and the  Gibsons and Sechelt libraries  will each receive $1300, taking  the loss of $500 each.  Mr. Gordon Wilson spokeon  the Regional Board's plan to  have a Study carried out on the  feasibility of having the libraries  and reading centres on the coast*  change to a regional system.  This would, for example, mean  a professional librarian bang  hired to oversee the libraries and  reading centres, appropriate  paid staff, a book mobile, a tie-  in computer system and access  to the school and college  libraries.  Mr. Fred Dowdie, chairman  of the Gibsons Library, expressed concern at'the cost of such a  system to the taxpayers when he  felt that the present service  could be maintained and improved upon at much less cost  to the taxpayer. At the present  time there were no estimated  cost figures available for the  regional system proposal.  The Regional Board has set  aside $5600 for the study and  anticipate it will take approximately six weeks to complete.  A motion was made and carried  that the study be carried out and  completed as soon as possible.  meeting of the Davis Bay/  Wilson Creek Community Association. The meeting starts at  7:30 pm and after a short meeting and some coffee and cake,  Bill LeNeve will show some  slides on dredging.  Maybe there will be some  time for Christmas Carols afterward. Do come. .'. - ". . "  MISCELLANEOUS  Last bridge game in the hall  for this year is December 12.  Next game is January .9, 1987.  Rebekah Lodge Bazaar and  Tea .is, on Saturday, December  13 at 10 am in the hall. There  are a number of ladies working  very Hard to make this a success.  The Davis Bay Elementary  School Christmas Concert is  December 16 at 7 pm. This is a  'must see' for those who see the  meaning of Christmas in the  faces of children.  All you Davis Bay/Wilson  Creek people, don't forget the  annual New Year's Party in the  hall. Get your tickets at the  Peninsula Market. The hall only  holds 64 in order to leave room  for dancing.  SANDY HOOK  Seems the Sandy Hook Property Owners' Association read  this column so here are some  items of interest.  The Jan deBruyns.have now  returned from a holiday in  Greece.  Pat Barnett'has returned  from a very successful Elderhostel trip to Switzerland.  The Sandy Hook Property  Owners' Association's second  annual Christmas Dinner at the  Pebbles Restaurant on December 6 was enjoyed by 45 people. A great turnout.  John Johnson invites a look  at the newly made Nature Trails  that extend from the parking  area at the Hook.  Quote of the Week  Verily, the thing that deterreth  you, in this day, from God is  woridliness in its essence.  f      Baha^llah  POINSETT!AS from  Live Christmas Trees  5 ft. $2995.6ft. $3495  CUT CHRISTMAS TREES HERE ON THURSDAY  885-2760  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9:30 - 5  f  v*S?  7*\  .  n��_  ������_?iS  -___-/  e^siiisismssmimemix/irsmaim^^^si'  kjUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS  ^���^ ��� _l __.-___.___     __._-_.._     s*>_ I nr*4-ts\ ���"_!    . ���   ���__V__ ^_______B  Come in and see our new selection  of kitchen accessories  Place Mats  Napkins  Table Cloths  Bathroom  Accessories  ��� Cutting Boards  ��� Dish Towels  ��� More  IM  Open Mon. - Sat., 10-4  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  KERN'S PLAZA Hwy 101, Gibsons 886-9411  (lower level, off School Rd.)  FANTASTIC CARPET DISCOUNTS!  ROLL ENDS  Room  Size  100% Quality  NOW ONLY  Large selection in stock  Not seconds or flawed  M2  99  sq. yd.  Come in & see for yourself!  DeVries Floor ���� Window ���� Wall Coverings  Hwy 101, Gibsons 896-7112  Serving you for over 28 years      u.  Shop Locally For Service  And Convenience  PFAFF 1035  Reg. $674  *5790��  CALANDA 3000  Reg. $404  SOCAOO  .   .  SERGER 603A  Reg. $768  *669  We have a wide selection  of GIFT IDEAS  Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt  835-2725  ____��___  ii___B._l'l_l_________M_Bi  _r.i_Mfc.___r ?-���  Coast News, December 8,1986  3  ^^^g^^jgljllg  -��7i^^_#:B!;_0^  :B6nnj'ebToo'k Lod_e;-'  886-_.8&'?'  poet Pete Trower was introduced by Jane Sorko for his appearance in last week's Elves Telethon,  frainator Maryanne West huddles with them preparatory to Trower's appearance.     ���John Burnside photo  The Contadora countries of  Columbia, Mexico, Panama,  and Venezuela will be the joint  recipients of the 1986 Beyond  War Award for their efforts to  bring about a "peaceful settlement to the problems of Central  America.  The award will be jointly  presented via 'spacebridge' "to  the presidents of the four countries in their own capital cities  oh December 14.  The 'Spacebridge pf AmCT-  ica' will feature do .vn-lihldng  throughout the corifmerits - of  ttorth and South America. The  BiC down-linking -wjll; Jtafcie  place at the Hyatt kegency in  Vancouver between 1:30 _uid 4  pm onDecember 14.  y    y  Previous winners of the  Beyond War Award include the  Catholic Bishops in 1983 for  their stand against world poverty; in 1984 the International  Physicians for the Prevention of  Nuclear; War won the award in  the first /space-linking'  ceremony by television satellite;  and Ihe1985 winners were the  non-aligned nations on five continents for their New Delhi  declaration in favour of world  p^iace.  /���; Canadian supporters of the  peace movement are urged to  attend the down-linking at the  .Hyatt Regency on December 14  tp show their support for the efforts of the Contadora peace  process.  Spartan  APPLES  b49*  Potted  MUMS  &  POINSETTIAS  Sechelt Produce  & Fish  Cowrie St', SecHelt 885-7771  next to Bank of Montreal  George    in    Gibsons  .���_.  1*1.   <!   ���  .ft   *  r. - f '  Guides varied services  v by George Cooper, 886-8520  fe . 1 ��� ; : ���  ||'-jTHe:Girl Guide companies of-  Shie Sunshine Coast have under-  number iand an  of service  eri"a great  astonishing variety  Pipjects this past year.  ���ijj Everything from serving at  Aeasi^oliinteering service at Ex-  |x)l cooking, knitting and sew-  |ing, collecting stamps to  [assisting the community service  ;&roups. <:r.,;. ^y;_  I From time to time the Guides  fjserved tea and scones in the Expended Care Unit of St. Mary's  .iHospital, and tea and cookies at  iGibsons' Centennial last May,  jthe Hospital Auxiliary fashion  fshow, and at the Community  jClub bazaar.  J   Guides  helped the Garden  | Club plant the hundreds of  | bulbs lin Gibsons tp celebrate  f the town's first; century. They  " assisted in the Cancer Society's  | I)affodil day/ and they have  5 helped the Elves Club.  j    Firewood was  donated by  ^tbem-.tO'SQine senior citizens and  ^s|^k_H\ai their residences���:.for  Jithem. Dinner was cooked and  4 served at the Good Times camp  | for young cancer patientsy?  ���fei*~Guides worked as volunteer  c_ helpers in Expo's lost.child .cen-  |tre. They collected stamps to aid  |the Eastern Star in their cancer  j dressings project.  |;   And  one  Guide  company  | made a  quilt  to present to  I Shorncliffe. That was only one  lof  their   service  projects   to  Shorncliffe and the Extended  Care at St. Mary's. Teddy Bears  were knitted and sent to the  Children's Hospital.  ^ _To the  Guides,  Brownies;  Pathfinders and Rangers, and  their leaders, we all stand and  shout Bravo!  GRAD NOTES  Kathy Gurney leaves for  Malaspina College in Nanaimo  this coming January where she  will enter the chef training  course.  Kathy, who was awarded the  Don Pearsell bursary at last  June's grad ceremonies in  Elphinstone, was recently  presented with one of the two  substantial Provincial bursaries  given to students in School  District 46 who are entering a  non-academic field of training.  This latter award, one to an  Elphinstone student and one to  a Chatelech this year, was presented to Kathy by Superintendent Art Holmes at a School  Board meeting this fall.  Kathy's chef training1 course  continues without stop for 12  months, and is followed by an  apprenticeship. An arduous  course, indeed.?:    ~ ��  An Elphinstone grad of last  June,' Glen Cooney, is awaiting  his call from the Navy to report  for basic training at Cornwallis,  a Canadian Forces Base in  Digby, Nova Scotia. Following  that, Glen says he will be entering the Navy's radar school in  Halifax.  "Then to a ship on one coast  or another when all that is completed." said Glen. "I want to  make the navy my career.'.'  Glen said it is his ambition to  attend university eventually for  the academic background required to become a commissioned navigation officer. -   v;  Michael 'Mike' Peters, son of  Ted and Arlys Peters of Gibsons, has just reported to basic  training in Chilliwack to begin  his career in the Air Force.  After initial courses like French  immersion and survival, Mike  will train as a navigator,   y  Planes and flying have always  interested Mike who was a  qualified private pilot at age 17.  Mike took his elementary  schooling in Gibsons arid his  secondary to Grade 10 "in  Elphinstone. He completed his  secondary in Carohporti Saskai-  tchewan, and continued in  . Briercrest (_^eg$i|here toyearn  a Bachelor degrees *m' Biblical  - Studies?    - y^ywy* y  MISCELLANEOUS   v       ft  Alderman Bob Maxwell is  convalescing at home foUowing  ^^aiitfiil^stky in hospital. BBt  *^sheS|;-3_obi___^;_ ~ - --���^  _t_uiU^i_t_.nM_��_ .*_��____. "V<^^X^.j��j.  Colle_arr- Elson? principabpf  the Gibspns Elementary, sajjjs  that the; school concert \^ be  presented 6h ;,two evenings,  Tuesday, December y 16* and  Wednesday, December 17.  "All.are welcome," Colleen  COOI) NEWS  !A PENSION PLAN  is changing fort_ftes'  it  On January 1, 1987, your Canada  Pension Plan will change. These  changes put your Plan on a solid;  long-term financial foundation.  It's important to know what  benefits are available because your  Plan providesyou and/oryour family with a basic level of earnings  protection when you retire, become  disabled, or die. You will, however,  have to apply for the benefits when  you believe you aw eligible.  The injbrinatian that follows  highlights the major improvements.  It's good news! '-:  financing  abetter tomorrow  New financing arrangements will make and  keep your Plan more secure than ever.  Right now you and your employer eabh  contribute 1.8% of your earnings up to a  maximum amount.Eachyearuntil 1991, the  contribution rate will rise.by 0.2% and from  there until 2011 by 0.15%. If you make the  maximum contribution, you will pay about  $26 more in 1987.  JY wider choice  of retirement options  After January 1st, you canlwgin receiving  your CPP pension as early as age 60. You  could qualify even if you are not fully  retired. yy^y'yk-P^.'���'.���������  If you begin your pension before age 65,  your benefits will-be less because you will  nave contributed less and will get the bene- '  fits for a longer period of time.  ' .Or, If you choose hot to start your pension until after age 65, (up to age 70), your  monthly benefits will be neater. -.:.'.  'Your pension would normally be payable the month after your 65th birthday. For  each month between that date and when  your pension begins, your benefit will be  adjusted by 0.5%. This adjustment will  apply for as long as you receive the benefit.  Increased disability  benefits tfyoiiqualifyfordisability  benefits, your monthly payment will now  be significantly increased. For example, the  maximum disability pension in 1987 will  increase from $487 to more than $635 per  month.  - . Aswell.anyoneenteringorreturningto  the work force will have disability coverage  after contributing in 2 of the last 3 years, in  which contributions could have been made.  Survivor benefits ~y  continue on remarriage  If you receive survivor benefits, they will  now continue even if you remarry.  If you remarried and had your survivor  benefit discontinued, you can have your  benefit reinstated.  Splitting pension  Credits If your marriage ends in  divorce, each spouse will be entitled to one  half the "pension credits" you earned  together. After January 1,1987, the credits  can also be divided if your marriage or common-law relationship ends in separation.  Sharing your    '���:,-:"  pension Whenyouandyourspouse.  receive your CPP retirement pensions, the  benefits you've both earned during your life  together can be shared if either of you makes  this request.  1  I  Additional benefits  for dependent children  In the past dependent children were limited to one flat-rate benefit, even if both parents had paid into the Plan and died or  became disabled.  1 Should the same happen now, your  children would be entitled to double benefits.  Improved'Combined'  benefits ifyouareentitledtoacom-  binatioh of survivor and disability benefits,  the maximum monthly amount you could  receive will now be greater.  As for combined survivor and retire-  . ment benefits, these will navy be more generously awarded to those who qualify.    :  Building on a solid  foundation Being financially  prepared for the future is a responsibility we  all share. Your new Canada Pension Plan  now gives you a stronger foundation. It's a  sound base, and it's up to you to build on  this foundation.  It's never too soon, or too late, to begin  building for your future. We hope you'll  starttoday.  You may need further information  to better understand these,  changes. For booklets about your  Canada Pension Plan, call the toll-  free number below or fill out the  coupon and mail it to:  CPP-INFO  P.O. Box 5400  Postal Station f'D"  Scarborough, Ontario  M1R5E8      y  1-800-387-8600  In Toronto, 973-6868  I'd like to know more about my new  Canada tension Plan. Please send me  the rgood news'  inEnglishD in French���, about   CANADA PENSION PLAN  DRetirement tension ma^^mmmm���mmamMmt^^^  ���Disability tension  ���Death & Survivor Benefits  ���tension Credit Splitting  ���Flexible Retirement  D Financing your CPP  Name  Address  Province  Postal Code  02  Health and Welfare  Canada  Sant6 et Bien-etrc. social  Canada  Canad'# I  says, "to attend and hear the  Kindergarten- number and thfe  musical play, A Real Canadian  Christmas, which features the  school choir directed by Ms  Gabrielle Knecjit."  The evenings begin with a  bake sale at 7 pm and the concert at 7:30 pm., .;' ^y;.:,.-.. f :1. y  "The sch6pdextend$;;i^ inf:  vitation to senior citizens," says  Colleen, '''to attend the afternoon dress rehearsal on Mori-  day^ December i5 if they find  that.a more convenient;time."  A; further note" from the  school says that, donations of  clothing arid .household iterhs  are Being' cbUected for the family of .brie of tfteir; Grade^l  pupils. -y  T^eDoirbn family hPme on  Cha|nbfe_lain Road |.was destroyed by fire. ThSuftwo-^trls  are aged six and two and a half.  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  Seaview Market  in Roberts Creek  until noon Saturday  MORTGAGE UPDATE  Dec 5  6 mo.  1yr.  2yr.  3yr.  4yr.  5yr.  1st  9.75  9.75  10.50  10.75  11.00  11.25  2nd  .11.00  12.0  13.0  V.R.M.  9.75  Professional Real Estate Service  Stan and Diane Anderson  (Off.) 885-3211 (Res.) 885-2385 Vancouver Toll Fret: 684-8016  ^ , -   Anderson Realty Ltd., Sechelt        ,: _���  <)  I  i',  \  \\  <3imemcu^  COMPLETE GEL SYSTEM  Enhance the beauty of your  hands with strong, natural i  nails that set in seconds.  fc  3rfjf^CTB_7P>---r:oar:3^!.:i ;_. :t_^___:_.  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A tWS*���  Proctor Silex  Electric Hot Air  POPCORN  PUMPER  ' No oil means fewer calories  ��� Pops batch after batch  : of delicious tasting popcorn  ��� Pops both gourmet and  standard brands of corn  CHRISTMAS  OUTDOOR LIGHTS  4c 91/.  ORIENT EXPRESS  LAMP  Take a trip back in time with this  carefully crafted ornate brass replica  of the original Orient Express lamp  SOLID  BRASS  PIANO LAMP  Accent your living room or  den with this beautifully  polished brass table lamp  SOLID  BRASS  TABLE  LAMP,  Add elegance to your  home-with the classic lines of  fhlspolisl.ed brass table lamp.  Solaray  Ultra Sonic Cool Mist  HUMIDIFIER  Silent operation,  automatic humidity control  99  Donvier  ICE CREAM MAKER  ^*>  ~s~"��  (chillfast)  ��� No electricity  ��� No ice  ��� No Salt needs  ��� 2 pint capacity  59  SNAP-RACK  Portable car roof rack  14'5  CAN OPENER  with Knife Sharpener  Automatic "Hands-free"  Operation  28"  SWtP-KACX  Black & Decker  LIL JOBBER  i:__;t>vwt',vl_^  BLACK & DECKER  ELECTRIC  KETTLE   Oft  99  KE801  1.5 I. capacity  Billiant easycare finish  Rapid 1500 watt boiling element  Easy fill & pour handle spout  Super Buy  Portable work surface - while quantities last  EMERGENCY  TOW ROPE  CORNING BEER MUGS  9 SLOT  OAK  KNIFE  BLOCK  1695  9  99  Set of 4  OAK & BRASS  BATHROOM SET  includes:  toothbrush  holder,  paper holder,  soap dish,  towel ring &  18" towel bar.  29  95  __________________fe_____n_________l  fTiM---- _________  m im Coast News, Decembers, 1986  9.  |CRD director Gordon Wilson reverted to his skilful acting abilities to entertain at last Saturday s:  fflethon. -John Bumside photo  Sechelt Scenario  fey Peggy Connor, 885-9347  BLOOD DONORS  | |Give the gift pf life.Donate a  pint to the Red Cross Blood  Donor Clinic on Monday,  j)ecember 15 from 1 pm to 7  pm at the Sechelt Legion Hall.?  fXOWN TOWN PERFORMS  I ^Saturday, December 13 there  will be juggling, storytelling and  entertainment for children and  adults alike. All at the Sechelt  Indian Band Hall, sponsored by  the Sunshine Coast Arts Council.  Admission for adults is $3.50  and kids get in for $2.50. For  families with more than three  children the admission is $2 per'  Trend Feed inc.  Fish Feed Specialists  Dry Feed:  - custom orders  - medicated  _;  mailing address: PO Box 1039, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0  ���location address: 1038 Ventura Way, Seamount Ind. Park  (604)886-3258 Vancouver Line: (604) 736-4303  Town of Gibsons  |    '   .,:;/;^ ':;'"'.": !  TO LOW INCOME HOMEOWNERS  ;       IN THE TOWN OF GIBSONS  RRAP (Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program) monies  are how available to qualifying homeowners for structural  Upgrading:  (.  i.e. Foundations, roofs, electrical,  plumbing, bug infestation,  handicapped assistance, etc.  Call Val Michaud at 886-2274  for appointments and information  BY DECEMBER 15  Lay ;back in bur flotation tank - and relax. Enter a deeply  relaxed state, ideal for reducing stress, enhancing creativity  and freeing tension from,the mind and body.  Suspended in a 9V_ inch deep ultra-buoyant solution of  water and > 800 pounds of epsom salts heated to body  temperature, you'll soon forget where the water stops and your  body begins. In a virtually gravity-free environment, removed  from all sights and sounds (unless you choose music), you will  enjoy the many benefits of deep relaxation which floating  brings.  ,.       .For your convenience, we are  OPEN SUNDAYS it am'- 4 pm  Thurs. & Fri.'til 9 pm  Gift Certificates Available ;  Hair, Skin &  Health Centre  885-4505  child.  Clowns   and   more   clowns  from Clown Town.  CAROL CONCERT  At the Arts Centre on Sunday, December 14 from 2:30  pm, Signe Murgatroyd and the  Sunshine Choristers will give a  carol concert. Expect wonderful  renditions of new and familiar  carols. Admission of $3.50 includes refreshments.  CULTURE  The Arts Centre and the  Hunter Gallery are functions of  the Sunshine Coast Arts Council, a volunteer organization.  Assistance is received from the  B.C. Government through the  B.C. Cultural Fund and lottery  revenues, the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board, the Town of  Gibsons, Sechelt MunicipJdity,  the generosity of the public  through memberships, donations and the support of their  fund raising events. -  Memberships are: single $15;  seniors and students, $12; family $20; business or group $25;  patron, $100.   ...  SECHELT ELEMENTARY  The Christmas Concert for  the Sechelt Elementary School  will start at 7 pm oh the night of  December 17 .Their theme is  Christmas is for caring^ and gjv-  |Ss��T^ngii ��� ;_.fe��    ���  ;   -A  fprmer  te^cher^ ��>$j$us;  - school ?tias returned and' will  take over Mrs. Enns' responsibilities, he is Ken Stokowski.  DISPLAY HOUSE    ''..'..  The Sechelt volunteer Fife  Department arranged to have  the Ronald McDonald House  visit the Sechelt School. It was  also on display at the Trail Bay  Mall where children from other  areas had the opportunity to go  through it.  The firemen provided instructions on 'Getting Out  Alive'.  Mothers were impressed with  how much their young ones retained of the information provided and the experience of going through the house.  FINE ARTS  The Wives' Tales Storytellers  visited the Sechelt Elementary  School recently.  This interesting fine arts activity was provided by funding  from the Board of School  Trustees.  Thanks  Editor:  A most sincere thanks to all  those who contributed to the recent poppy fund drive in the  Gibsons area:  To the public and local  business people who supported  the campaign wholeheartedly.  To the Elphinstone School  Band for their renditions on  Remembrance Day.  To the staff at the schools for  their co-operatiph and participation.  To the Ladies' Auxiliary  Branch 109 for their assistance.  And to all those who helped  in various ways to make the  campaign a success.  Many Thanks.  Larry Boyd, Poppy Chairman  . Royal Canadian Legion  Gibsons Branch 109  SUPERSHAPE  885-2818  Cowrie & Inlet, Sechelt  THE  WMM  The CoasVs.Finest Dining.  ' '. On the Beech, Davis Bay.  v'ry. '8BS^7-_85..-"v .v.;:"'-"  by Larry Grafton  If you happened to be in the  vicinity of our hall on the early  afternoon of November 29 that  din you heard was not a plane  breaking the sound barrier. It  was merely the crowd of people  trying to get into the hall to participate in one of our biggest  and best bazaars ever.  People started lining up nearly an hour prior to opening  time; Fortunately the weather  was co-operative which made  the wait in line a little more  pleasant.  ; The tables were laden this  year with all. types of handmade crafts. Oiu-membership is  large, but it is always amazing  to see the excellent variety of  tilings that arrive from members  who support us, but whom we  only see infrequently.  The regular Thursday morning crafts get-together would  certainly welcome some new  faces. We know you are out  there, because you have proven  it. Come in and join the fun on  Thusday at 10 am as soon as we  start up again on January 8.  The phoning committee did a  fine job of contacting members  for donations to the Bake  Table. Needless to say there  wasn't a crumb left and special  thanks go out to the donors.  After a successful function  the question always arises 'Who  do wethank?'  We never want to miss  anybody and of course it's impossible to thank everyone personally. So lets say one big  Thank You to all who supported us and participated with  lis. Without our workers and  without the crowds who support  us by buying, our success would  be minimal.  Maybe by the next fall bazaar  we'll be in our new home and  we'll have a little more room for  everything - a little more comfort.  Winners of the raffles were:  first Pat Gibson, glass picture;  second prize, Philip and Terry  Gamaehe,!. baby quUt^rthird  prize, Alice Halfdr4_ XV  cushion.!Winner; of the]food  hampers- were:\ first; y B^inny  iiiibois and second Mar.e"I_eask  On the special third prize  Dorothy .Bracewell won the  cone tree picture and Janet  Holmes won the cake.  December is wind-up time  until after the New Year. Committee heads are requested to  supply final 1986 dates and  start-up dates in January "for  publication, so that we do not  have members arriving at the  hall for activities which have  been cancelled until 1987. :  'Kay McKenzie now has a full  slate of 200 members' for the  Christmas dinner and has a  stand-by list of hopefuls in case  there are_any cancellations-.  The 69'ers sang at Shorncliffe  on December 4 with Nikki  Weber^ conducting and Good"  Citizen Connie Wilson as accompanist.   The   group   will  entertain at our Christmas di^-|  ner and also at the Gibsons ,D^y|  Care Christmas dinner qrf*  December 17. ;'"'f s  They- alsa hpve a retura|  engagement at Fellburn Hosi|  pital in Vancouver on Januaiy|  28, 1987. These .are busy a^d|  satisfying timesK; >     ;2^     vf  WANTED  1 Used Furniture  and What Have You f?  ALS USED  FURNITURE  We buy Beer Bottles  886-2812  Wrifiteit riftf_iCT_Ri___-i_s  .M|MflM9-^t-Et -HW-* WVK'^y        ^-_WH-_H^WJ_|^T___^WPBPM_B.-_P-^^^^^--^^_-^  25 WORDS* 129  erne call dses it all  CO AST N EWS     885-3930  BCYCNi  D*M* Of Car WW<  ?L  1   r.\  I  .  _-  fr.  &:  H  I  _?  ' _.  I  I  - ~   ������_-___  smmm 10.  Coast News, December 8,1986  This young fellow got his heart into his singing in Pioneer Park last  Friday night.  ���'������".. ���Ray Smith photo  Having babies  Trust is important  by Deborah Pageau  Trust is a very important factor in havirigya baby. Mammalian studies, human and non-  human, have shown that if the  female's feeling of trust is  significantly disturbed at any  stage of the reproductive process, from ovulation onward,  negative physical changes can  occur.      ;  It seems simplefepough, but it,  can be 4iiite: a probleah for our  rational species. Unfortunately,  fear or lack b�� trust; is a gut-  level biological  reaction,  too  primitive and r��il to be rationalized away by some version  ^f "Don't worry,clear. You can  ���trust ihe!''-;:y-;,yy).y:.. y:>.. ���.  ��� We foirn biff'bbiids of trust;  the same way animals do, by in-.  _rtincts, nbjt \yprds;More impoir-  tant than what is said, is how it  issaid, howand[what is done.  These are the expression of the  less-conscious;   more   natural,  self. Many times; people have  said   to   me ^''CJWdren   and  animals   know? '^,While   you  may   argue  whether   we  are  animals,   we   were   definitely  children. Wei krieW once...we  remember, down deep where it  counts.  Because trust is a spontaneous, reflexive, personal  response to a person or situation, it is variable and unpredictable. You can't make a woman  feel trust, anymore than you  can push a rope. When a  woman has doubts about a  birth-attendant or situation, she  has activated an important survival resource.  Being at the centre of the ac-i  tivity, she has information  about herself, her baby and her  surroundings that give her a  uniquely _; knowledgeable  perspective. Trust is also a two-  way street. If a birth-attendant  wants the benefit of a woman's  trust, she/he must be ready to  return it.  Unfortunately,    in   our  'educated' society, real trust can  be a rather rare commodity.  Without the time or freedom to  %:'���develop a; mutually respectful  y Relationship women areuoften;  "forced by pressure of limited  ������. timey, to   settle   for   passive  dependence   on   people   arid  things that they are 'supposed  to' trust. The problem with this  imposter is that it robs both parties of the richness of being able  to grow inside, give and receive.  It places the woman in a receptive,  servile posture and  the  poor burnt-out attendant in the  role of authoritarian.  Where does it start? Perhaps,  with our parenting, when in  order to preserve the benefits of  civilization, it often seems to be  necessary to train our children  to trust 'the rules' rather than  themselves. By the time they are  old enough to give birth, many  have learned to ignore their instincts completely. And then,  one day, many find themselves  caught by surprise by the strong  primal feelings of having a  baby, not knowing how to react  when a persistent prompting  urges them to trust themselves  even when it flies in the face of  > the rules.  So what can we do about  this? Be honest about your feelings, even when they are inconvenient. We can re-learn to  trust ourselves, our deepest instincts, both mothers and birth-  attendants. We can do a lot  more for each other this way.  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  CLOSED  Dec. 22 - 28  MONDAY &  WEDNESDAY  Early Bird  Aqua Fit;  Ease Me In  Noon Swim  Masters  6:30'am - 8:30 am  9:00 am-10:00 am  10:00 am -11:00 am  11:30 am-1:00 pm  7:30 pm - 8:30 pm  TUESDAY  Fit & 50+.  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I ��� m  t  Cashmere Bouquet  Lemon Juice  Realemon 675,_. 1.55  Purina  Dog Chow. 4_s5.77  3.35  Lindsey  OllVCS  .   ...398ml TBZ9  Medium Ripe, Medium Pitted Ripe,  Extra Large Ripe  Nestle'sQuik  chocolate  Clririk  .750 gm _ba09  Nestle - Assorted Flavours  pudding    142 9m 1.99  Libby's  Alphaghetti  Zoodles  spaghetti    .__......  Sunspun  popping  wUI-II 907 gm ���  Uncle Ben's Long Grain or Wild  TICS  .170 gm   I ��� 39  Day by Day, Item by It __ m- We do more for you  C Vntittp  Deli and Health  Jfooo Si  Fresh  PASTA  886-2936  MARYS  VARIETY  Let ustielp you  '      With.our'-.  GiftwrapService  Gibsons Harbour,  next to Shell Station  886-8077  Styles & Smiles  Beaiity Saloh  Top off your winter  wardrobe with a  great looking hair  style from  Styles & Smiles  Phone now for an appointment  _____    886-2120  jr. thie Lower Viil._ijc.  CHRISTMAS  IDEAS  280 Gower PI. Rd., Gibsons  886-9213  \%  ii  i  ___  !_4  i ;!  ._  _s  Pi  .a. u_-  I  * ii  1|  I  r  ii  1  40  $  I  I  __:  mozzarella  cheese    ^o9m 2.49  Palm - Assorted Flavours  ice cream      2.39  RESERVE NOW for your  Fresh Christmas  TURKEY or HAM  Fresh Cut-up Thrifty Pack A A  FRYING CHICKEN ^2i^ ��>. .39  (2 Breast Quarters, 2 Leg Quarters, 2 Wings, 2 Back Pieces,  2 NeckPieces)  Fraser Vale  peas or  corn  Old South  lkg  1.99  Fresh Frying Chicken Segments  A  BREASTS  THIGHS  DRUMSTICKS  WINGS  (kg 5.49) lb. 2.49  (kg 5.05) fr.2.29  (kg 4.39) 7b.  I .99  (kg 3.29) lb.  I .49  juice  Canada Grade'A* Beef  PRIME RIB STEAKS  Beef  o H U K IK I Do   Weston's White or Brown  bredu  .20 oz. 1 ��� 09  ur:OwniFreshly Baked  I fc  carrot  cake  .. 8's  1.99  (kg 8.80   lb.  (kg 4.39)   lb.  3.99  1.99  Bulk Cheese Sale  MOZZARELLA. GRUYERE,  .................. | fCQ \J��%Jjf/      iff*  Great for Pizzas, Lasagne, Cordon Bleu, Greek Salads  1.48  3.00  Bathroom Tissue  P UT6X   4 ro//  Robin Hood  light fruit  Cake.....        800gm  Cross & Blackwell  mincemeat  ^9m 3.00  Hills Bros.  COffee... 369 gm 4. 00  Aloha Salted  mixed nuts   s g���2_00  Paulin's - Assorted Varieties  Christmas  candies... m3m  Cheemo  perogies   -:��o,,m 1,00  PLUS "EN-STORE" $ SPECIALS  in providing/ Quality/ 0 Friendly -Service  YOU'VE STILL GOT TIME  if you're quick. This takes 10 whole days to make so don't delay. This  is the recipe I give every Christmas but, of course, during the year someone always loses it so here once again is the infallible recipe for, you  guessed it:  OLD FASHIONED CORNED BEEF  5 lbs. beef brisket tied and rolled neatly (a little more, a little less,  makes no difference)  Make up the following mixture:  2 tablespoons coarse salt  2 teaspoons salt petre  3 tablespoons brown sugar  3 cloves garlic, chopped  4 tablespoons pickling spice  1. Rub mixture into the brisket and place it and any left over mixture in  a rustproof dish. Cover the dish and keep at room temperature for  24 hours. . /-:������"���  2. The next day turn the meat over, cover it again and place in the  fridge. Repeat this process for 10 days.  3. When the 10 days are up, drain the meat"and rinse under cold running water to rinse off the spices.  4. Race the brisket in a saucepan, cover with cold water, bring to the  boil and drain.  2.00  Do You Need  Gift^ ideas?  Plants  Poinsettias  Christmas  Cactus  Chocolates  Selection    2.99  300 gm  Almdndillos   3.99  300 gm  Cookies  Peek Freans      3.29  Celebrations        500 gm  5. Cover the brisket with cold water once more and simmer slowly until  tender (2 V_ to 3 hours). When it is tender drain it and pat dry with  paper towels.  If you intend freezing it, wait until it is quite cold then wrap tightly and  freeze.  If you are going to eat it straight away, place it in a roasting pan and  stick about half a dozen whole cloves in it. Pour some maple syrup over  it or make a mixture of equal parts yellow mustard and brown sugar  and spread that over it. Bake at 350��F for approximately 30 minutes or  until the outside is crisp and brown. Slice it thinly and eat it straight  away or chili it and use it in sandwiches, just delicious with freshly  baked rye bread and a smidgeon of horseradish.  NEST LEWIS  P.S. My friend who knows all the culinary short Cuts is pickling her  brisket in a plastic bag this year. She says to get a heavy duty plastic  bag, place meat etcetera inside, tie securely with a twist tie and turn  the bag over every day. Saves on washing up and takes up less space  in the fridge. Knowing my luck, the twist tie would come undone and  everything in my fridge would get pickled, including me if I had to clean  up the mess!  Stanfield's  Grey Wools  $24^8  /V..W.G.  Work Vests  886-7744  1987 Peace Calendar  $7.95  We Can Do It  a peace book for kids  of all ages *2.00  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK~  corner of School & Cower Pt. Rds.  Our  service is as close  as your phone  Call Us  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  Seaside Plumbing Ltd.  886-7017  Th�� DoirsY  House     \  Children's  Consignment Boutique  Quality used clothing,  toys, equip. & maternity  also RENTALS  Next to Variety Foods  pasl Ken's Lucky Dollar  086-8229  WEIGHT  CONTROL  PRO GRAIN/!  It is a simple, fun and magical  program in losing, gaining and  maintaining weight. 100%  Satisfaction Guaranteed.  For information and business  opportunity on Herbslife products please contact:  886-3908 885-3140  $2495  Use our convenient  LAY AWAY PLAN  "Make your move with Style  f?ic Hard's  ffitiP  Qlbtons Landing  &>  j <  1  _ :  *.  *    .3.  5.  l*\  m  w1  _ #  vx  M  _���!  .1  I  _..____.���___-���,_������.. iii w_m  ii �� "m<  Coast News, Decembers. 1986  MarSee Fashions and Morgan's Men's Wear provided the fashions for the Fashion Fest at the Indian  Band Hall last week on behalf of the Sunshine Coast Community Services Society. ���Ray Smith photo  Pender People   n'  Places  Christmas in Harbour  _ by Joan Wilson, 883-9606  . Christmas time has come to  the Harbour! Fancy napkins,  wrapping paper and festive  foods are out at the IGA, Maud  $nd   Andy   have   a   lovely  Christmas scene on their window at the Hayestack (skillfully  painted by Diane Gough), and  the Post Office gals are busy  with Christmas mail.  You can save yourself a lot of  time and footwork by doing all  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15 am  SundaySchool 11:00am  y ���  ST. JOHN'S     y  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool..".'.'.: 9:30 am  Rev. Alex G. Reid  Church Telephone       "886-2333  -Tr Sfr j^t*        ������-���  f NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  f       NEW TESTAMENT  CHURCH  I       5836 Wharf Ave.," Sechelt  .'    Home of New life Christian  -'        Academy KDG to Gr. 12  j. Now Enrolling  IfServices Times        Sun., 10:30am  *Mid Week ,���   Wed., 7:30 pm  SYouth Group Fri., 7:30 pm  ^Women's Prayer      Thurs., 10 am  I Pastor Ivan Fox  885-4775 or 885-2672  . ��� ��� ���_     ., ..��� i$��t $jk ^fk ' - ���" ��� ��  CHURCH OF JESUS  *���     CHRIST LATTER DAY  SAINTS  Davis Bay Rd. - Wilson Creek  . Davis Bay Community Hall  Sacrament Service 9:00 am  Sunday School 10:15 am  Branch President T.W. Olfert  885-4568  ��� ��� .. ���ii Jfr Sfb _H^_k���..���!������- ___������ .--.  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  New Church building on  School Road - opp. RCMP  Pastor Ted Boodle  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Bible Study  Weds, at 7:30 pm  Phone  886-9482 or 886-7107  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal Assemblies  of Canada  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  & ST. AIDAN'S  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Parish Family Eucharist  Combined service at  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons 10 am  Church School 10 am  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek Rd.  Christmas Day    11 am  Rev. J.E. Robinson, 886-8436  ; afij^aek   CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  North of Hwy 101 on Park Rd.  Gibsons  9:30 am Family Bible Schol  11:00 am Worship Service  Weekly Home Fellowship Groups  Rev. Dale D. Peterson  Church Office: 886-2611  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  ST. COLUMBA OF IONA PARISH  HALFMOON BAY  2nd Sunday 9:30 Morning Prayer  10:30 Communion  3rd Sunday 10:30 Morning Prayer  4th Sunday 10:30 Morning Prayer  5th Sunday 3:30 Communion  The Reverend E.S. Gale  885-7481 or 1-525-6760  Traditional Anglican  Services & Teaching  ��� sgb 44* <_Si   THE SECHELT PARISH  of the ANGLICAN CHURCH  ST. HILDA'S (Sechelt)  8 am Holy Communion  9 am Church School  9:30 am Family Service  ST. ANDREW'S (Madeira Park)  11:30 am  Reverend John Paetkau  885-5019  .fl> ._> ���_t  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  Corner of Davis Bay Road.  & Laurel Road  Inter-Denominational  Family Worship  Sunday - 11 am  Sunday School   .  for all ages  Sunday - 9:45 am  "We extend a welcome and  an invitation to come and  worship the Lord with us"  Pastor Ed Peters  -__% ��^l 4f_>-  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  SERVICES  Sunday Service &  SundaySchool 11:45 art-  Wednesday 7:30 pm  in United Church Building  Davis Bay  886-7906   885-2506   *�� ���*��.!*   PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  ' Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday, 7:30 pm  883-2374 & 883-9441  Pastor Mike Klassen  .d jjk jfc ������~���  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Sechelt Elementary School  Sunday:  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Worship Serviqe 11:00 am  7:30 pm Worship & Fellowship  in homes  Wednesday:  Prayer & Fellowship 7:30 pm  in homes  All Welcome  J. Cameron Fraser, Pastor  885-7488  fr  it  or part of your shopping right  here! Check out the giftware  and books, especially the new  offerings from Harbour  Publishing at the Hayestadc and  Pacifica Pharmacy.  Think about different kinds  of gifts, too. One year I bought  flashlights for all my nephews  and nieces, with an extra set of  batteries. Another time,  staplers, staples and felt pens  for the creative little monsters..  My mother received a.hard  hat and a beautiful tool box  made by one of the metal work  students at Pender Harbour  Secondary. How about fishing  tackle from the wide selection at  Harbour Marina, Madeira  Marina or Centre Hardware?  A little creative thinking can  save you the hassle of shopping  trips and keep our hard-earned  money right here at home.  BREAKFAST WITH SANTA  Pender Harbour^Lions. |a|e  putting on a Pancake. Breakfast  with Santa atOLionsr%rk;'';Suur_-  day, December rl4i; 9 _k>inipil  Adults can "eat for: or  ing Mom out for a break and let  .kids _5ay_lu't__:'SaMa. ''--WfiFkM  AUXILIARY NOTES |.  The new slate of officers for  the Ladies' Auxiliary to tile  Royal Canadian Legion,  Branch 112 is now complete.  Irene Crabbe, President; Helen  Nail, First Vice-President;  Frances Smith, Second Vioe-  President; .Betty Rayburn*  Secretary; Violet Evarisi  Treasurer; Executive: Bernice  Lawson, Isobel Gooldrup arid  Gail Adams. ��� fy  These ladies do a tremendous  amount of work for veterans  and families. Be sure to support  their events.  DON'T FORGET  Christmas Swap Meet at the  Community Hall, Saturday,  December 13. Call Hafts  Schroeder, 883-2573 for a tablp.  They'll go fast, so call right  away. Come out, meet your  friends at the hall and see the  lovely items for sale.  Get your dry cleaning in to  Kenmar by December 17 to  have it returned the next day,  ready for Christmas.  St. Andrew's Sunday School  will hold its Christmas concert  on Sunday, December 14 at 7  pm in the church hall. Parents  and friends are invited to see the  children dramatize the advent  calendar.  CRAFT FAIRE  Will the person who left a  box of goodies contact Doreen  Lee at 883-2283.  Tis the  season  by Ann Cook  JINGLE BELLS  Yes folks, 'tis the season to be  jolly.  Let's turn, on some Christmas  lights, because they just make  you feel good. You know, the  feeling you get when driving  past Ruby Lake Restaurant and  Gib is Christmas decorating so  much you stop in and have an  apple spice drink and enjoy his  inside decorating. Thanks Gib,  we appreciate your Christmas  lights.  Last year I remember thinking what could top that off  -then I looked up and there was  a beautiful big tree covered with  Christmas lights up on Bryant's  hill.  Come on Egmont, let's light;  up and be jolly. ,  We have plenty tb be jolly  for. The fish plant is open and  working, not full swing, but  soon the new employees hope.  THRIFT STORE  Only two more shopping  days 'till next year!  Doris will have our Thrift  Store open Wednesdays,  December 10 and 17. Christmas  baking is the special these two  days.  There are still a few items left  from the bazaar. You may find  a special gift on that table!  MORE NEWS  Randy and Jaye are the proud and happy parents of a baby  boy.  Doris and Ken Jackson have  a new granson.  Both are Sagittarians who  ��� ljeep the parents on their toes.  And sad news - the passing of  Dorothy Silvey's brother this  week. Our sympathy to Dorothy and family at this sad time.  DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS  To our 1983 Christmas  babies, Robert Tyler Silvey and  Clifford Oliver Silvey and their  Stuart Island uncle, Joseph  Silvey and his better half  Angela. ,  ^y Vera Grafton and her^brother,  &6ti Jeffries (^p now iWes;in  Sechelt); and their nieceyfody.  ; City girl Michelle Beardmore  and her mother Gay.  Ruby Larson and her son  Lew.  Billy Griffith, Pat Thibideau,  Dean Bosch and Mike Fearn  frorn the suburbs of Egmont;  Don Devlin and Joe the  Bartender from Vaughan Crescent. .���'���':...'.  Albert Hodson who is 78 this  year and has left us again for  Madeira Park. Gene Berntzen  from right downtown Egmont  is also 78 this birthday.  A special wish to Kristina  Medwayosh where ever you are.  Student  exchange  Twenty-four students from  Pender Harbour will be visiting  Sheet Harbour, Nova Scotia  this spring on the "Open House  Canada" exchange program. At  last Tuesday's school board  . meeting, trustees approved a  plan to organize the exchange  which will start with the arrival  of students from Sheet Harbour  in April. Local students will  head east in May.  Most of the funding for the  trips will come from the  Secretary of State program  which is designed to provide an  opportunity for students to  become familiar with other  parts of Canada. .  Holiday Dresses ^  Nighties      ^tfVfa  Skirts Aj%J  Blouses  Raincoats  \^  ,0^v_\0^  CAJ*  VO  ctfv  Always 10% OFF for GOLDEN AGERS  with Pharmacare Card ON ALL  NON:SALE ITEMS  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  886-8199  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2916   a___H__E________H___9E__HOI  GOOD TIMES  are Hp IF?  Csmtaed  V&mSpedd  Special including  APPLE PECTIN PERMS  Now carrying  MATRIX COLOURS  f  y  T  t  T  T  .___* ^Ai  4a.  T  9oo%  Kern's Plaza, Gibsons  Open  Thursday night 9 am - 8 pm  Sunday 11 am - 4 pm  By Appointments Only  Tracy and Jane  886-2121  FAMILY BULK FOODS  DELICATESSEN  UNDER THE YELLOW AWNING, Cowrie St., 885-7767  Have a TREEMENDOUS SEASON!  Dried fruit, nut and candy.    Bulk mixed nuts,  GIFT BASKETS    .^^>p*��v���acks:  - Custom made to your taste! -       Christmas baking supplies  We make it -  You bake it  PIZZA  Meat, cheese or sandwich  PARTY trays  CHRISTMAS CANDY  10% DISCOUNT for SENIORS  on THURSDAYS  OPEN: Mon. - Sat. 9-5:30  Friday til 6  Gifcl 0dco6  FRAMED MIRRORS  BEVELLED MIRRORS  in stock sizes  MIRRORS  cut to size  for a touch of class calI...  ft  Give A o^m Gift  Festive  Season  BLOOD DONOR CLINIC AT  SECHELT  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION - BRANCH 140  WHARF STREET  MONDAY, DECEMBER 15,1986  1:00-7:00  GIBSONS  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION - BRANCH 109  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16,1986  12:30 - 6:30  Co-sponsor: The Six Auxiliaries to SL Mary's Hospital and The-Royal Canadian Legion  THE CANADIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY Coast News, December 8,1988  13.  Is  School Board objects to Noyes interview  Editor's note: A copy of the  following letter was received for  publication.  CKVU Television  180 West 2nd Avenue  Vancouver, BG  Dear Sir:  Re:   La   Pierre   interview  of  Robert O. Noyes.  I am directed by the Board of  School Trustees to express its  distaste at your decision to interview   Noyes.   I   am   also  directed to express the Board's  outrage, at the interview itself.  ;   Mr.   La   Pierre   has   been  known to ask pointed and penetrating questions from time to  time during his interviews and  to   pursue,   sometimes   aggressively, statements made by  those being' interviewed which  appeared to be at variance with  either the facts or with their  earlier statements.  j   This was not seen, to-be the  case in this particular interview,.  and  when  he  did  challenge  Noyes, it was done softly, gently, and in a tone which implied  sympathy for this man whose  evil and criminal activities have  done incalculable damage to a  Very large number of children  and caused enormous anguish  to their parents, and indeed to  ^society as a whole.  ��� -Trustees were appalled at the  'platform given to Noyes to ex-  plainyhis position, and advance  his version of events, all of  Jvvhich went virtually unchallenged. His record is replete  with instances when he lied and  talked his way out of trouble  with parents or with professionals, and yet you provided  him with the opportunity to  repeat this pattern. In the interview  he  did  a little  breast-  beating, a little weeping, but  never showed any remorse for  his victims.  He uttered half truths and  several outright lies, all to promote the idea that he was sick,  is now better, and so should be  released from jail.in two and a  half years' time.  The experience of many peo-  Jfle-is  that  Noyes   will  say  whatever is of advantage to  him. He has shown neither  honour nor respect for the truth  in the past. -.  Surely responsible journalism  would have called for a. matching interview;with someone  such as Barry Sullivan if you  were motivated, by a sincere  desire to inform your public on  the thought processes of those  who would dishonour their profession, betray a trust and abuse  children in their care.     .  Many  people  are  working  very hard in various parts of the  province in an effort to undo,  or at least minimize, the damage  caused by Noyes to individual  students and to the families of  those students.  Did you not consider the  potential damage you may well  have done to these rehabilitation efforts with this interview,  particularly with his statements  that he would be free in two and  a half years? If you did not, you  should have done; if you did  and went ahead anyway, then  your ethics and priorities require review.  Sir, in the opinion of this  Board, the decision to conduct  the interview was highly questionable. The airing of the actual interview that took place  was irresponsible yellow press  and journalism at its most offensive.  R. Mills  Secretary-Treasurer  Board of School Trustees  School District 46  NEW & USED  For your Christmas. Shopping; convenient  OPEN MON - FRI 9 am - 8 pm  Saturdays 9 am - 5 pm  UNTIL DECEMBER 23rd  ��tu0erS  Davis Bay  CAMPING EQUIP., HARDWARE  TOOLS, HOUSEHOLD GOODS  E PAY CASK for good stock  _. 'J*S  885-4548  Ladies grateful for support  Editor:, y  / The Ladies' Auxiliary to  Branch 112 of the.Royal Canadian Legion, would like to take  this opportunity to thank the  public for their support.  Without your participation at  our various functions throughout the year, we would not be  able to fulfill our obligations to  our veterans in George Derby  and Shaughnessy Hospitals, nor!  our own local veterans  and  wives at Christmas time.  During the year the auxiliary  has been able to assist our local  medical clinic, provide bursaries  to our students, the Elves Club,  the Harbour Seals Swim Club,  we have sent a student to Ottawa, as well as aiding the  Cancer Clinic, Variety Club,  Timmy's Telethon and this  year, Rick Hansen's Man in  Motion Tour.  The slate'of officers for the  New Year who will be looking  for your continued support are  Irene Grabb, President; Heleji  Nail, First Vice-President;  Frances Smith, Second Vice-  President; Betty Rayburn,  Secretary; and. Violet Evans,  Treasurer. The New Year's executive are Bernice Lawson,  Isobel Gooldrup arid Gail  Adams.  Dianne Dennis  Public Chairperson  USC helps world's poor  ACCESSORIES  Fashion flair^  made e&sy ^  Spruce  up  a  dated  war-*  drobe or add panache to  the   latest   designer   Ibbk.  We'll be glad tp ^t it all  together for you.  We select what we offer sis carefully  asyou select wbatyoubqyk  Tad fewfe Boiitique  Hwy 101;  Scchch  885-3132  Editor:  The Unitarian Service Committee of Canada (USC),  founded by Doctor Lotta  Hitschmanova, CC, still needs  $2 million to reach its fund-  raising objective-  Now in its forty-second year,  USC Canada, through the  generous support of Canadians,  has been a source of hope and  dignity for millions of the  world's poor and disenfranchised.  ySC Canada fosters self-  reliance in developing countries  such as Nepal, Bangladesh,  Lesotho, Botswana, Indonesia  and Swaziland by supporting  self-help community projects in  preventive health care, food  production, clean water, sanitation and education. y  donations are: matched;  by the Canadian International  Development Agency (CIDA)  and the provincial governments  of British Columbia, Alberta,  Saskatchewan and Manitoba,  and   can   be   sent   to   USC  Canada, 56 Sparks Street, Ottawa KIP 5B1, or through any  branch of the Bank of Montreal:  John Martin,  Chief Executive Of ficer  Jack Davis laments  Editor:  Air B.C. Bilingual?  Air Canada is taking over Air  B.C. The Mulroney Conservatives are nationalizing British  Columbia's big, privately-  owned airline. Air Canada's  brass has one-upped CP Air,  another west coast company.  Result: the standings in the air  war game...Quebec 2, B.C. 0.  We have b_��n sodalized with  our own federal dollars!  There' are other consequences. Air B.C. personnel  must  now  be  bilingual; its  planes will be maintained in the  east. Management decisions, including routes and airfares, will  be. made in Montreal. It is big,  far away government, centralizing another service, Red Tory  style!  Honourable Jack Davis, MLA  North Vancouver/Seymour  SUCCESS AHOY,  MARINERS!  from Cathy & Brian,  BONN IE BROOK LODGE  .s; tinjj v ...;.:  Year  End  CARPET  CLEARANCE  SALE  75  "SOPHIA" 100% Dupont Nylon  Sculptured Scotchgard & Ultra-Fresh treated.  Reg. $21.95  "WATERFORD" 100% Nylon Saxony  Reg.$25.95 SALE  ' 15       sq.yd.  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Diesel Oil 34.5 per Litre  Purple Diesel    31.5 per Litre  Complete line of Lubricating Oils''  Now and  FillyUE  REGULAR  DELIVERIES  clean up the refuse left at the head of  RCMP will be patrolling and laying  ���Ray Smith photo  New Timber  Days Format  A new format for Sechelt's  Timber Days moved a step  closer to realization last week at  a meeting held at the Driftwood  Inn in Sechelt .r  A committee of the Sechelt  and District Chamber of Commerce under the chairmanship  of Joe Benner is proposing to  change the date of the annual  celebration" from the Victoria  weekend in May to June 26 to  28, which will be Friday, Saturday and Sunday in 1987.  Suggestions made so far include a Friday evening parade  with a street dance following;  Saturday sees a pancake breakfast followed by street bands,  arts and crafts, and sports; Sunday would see water sports  The executive of the Timber  Days Committee besides Chairman Joe Benner, are Barb Joe,  Secretary, and Lauralee Solii,  Treasurer.  Hom  v_i  Gibsons  trs;  Tuesday  M/0j_  y.  !ic Library  464-0430  Wed,  'nesday  _r._i.      ..  1:30-8  Pm)  ^'"'day ������:���.       :_--30-4n^  ^afurday *:30  ST0��VT7A,E ���_.�����������?  ������- Wed.  4 pm  ,ed. 10  4pm  am  i ?'-. P '?<  I: i _. i*  _ . IS ii  I  s  VaM'  S . :- !���!.}  i 'y yt  ��� '��� ��� ?:i-  i S_Sl  tk$m  _ffe|,  wm  mm  I ill  ii  pi  te. If  sill  . m*���������'  m  . _ __  Jf;p|  mm  mm  II"  "i a.  I  If.  w  mk  a m  If  W f.  /?������'  ���<$  �� .  . _  \ P  14.  f~  Coast News, December 8,1986  milium)wmpwm-Iwi .  . -  ' -y  Randy Raine-Reusch was well received during his unique multicultural musical concert at the Arts Centre last week.  j_ ;        '        ���Ray Smith photo  [Dunn display delights  p.-       by Stephen Hubert  !..   Vancouver   luthier  Michael  JDunn is curating an enthralling  (display   of   fine   handcrafted  ^musical instruments at the Sun-  lishine- Coast  Arts  Centre  in  iiSechelt, which will be on view to  ||he   public : through   Sunday,  f��ecember21.      . .... j���,  ��:; Represented are examples of  ['ethnic relics of the development  {.:qf hand-held stringed instruments from the cultures of  ^Europe, Asia, Africa and the  {���Americas, some pf which date  jiback hundreds of years.  |: Also oh display are beautiful  examples of modern craftsmanship by luthiers such as the  curator himself, .who is a former  resident of Roberts Creek. ;  Mr. Dunn has assembled an  interesting progression of instruments and somt of his own  work is fascinating in its detail  work.;>;X:;;y^v/;-.y"y    . y';..'-.  - The development of modern  stringed instruments, such as  the guitar, is a subject which  evokes romanticism and speculation about man's need for  self-expression, and one which  this, show presents with  'pioghancyr"    -���������:;���>.'.>������  Plays planned  1987 approaches fast and Driftwood II plan to present a  selection of Betty Keller's plays chosen mainly from her book  Trick Doors.  If you would care to-join iii this venture please come along  Up to the .Roberts Greek CommtihjtyjHall at 7:30:on December  p:^ 11, where l_krtty'Ke^ ,-  p       If you would like to make Milher enquiries, please phone  K    Nest Lewis at 886-7573.  Qood Fun...8ood food...Happy New Year  (Urban*  pub  Regular Me*** ?t#Ji  1 rtaui, QHwofo ���  ^a^a/*a)Bf f ^  ���.'#_;  '* * * "*_  ng s  to lost disaster  by Peter Trower  Yvonne and I decided to  drive up to Hope, dig around  for more information and  perhaps locate the actual scene  of the accident.  At the Hope Museum, they  had the old sign from the  Jessica way-station hanging on  the wall. The accient had taken  place a couple of miles below  Jessica on the Coquihalla hill,  but the museum staff was  young and no one seemed to  know much about it. We did  manage to get a map. and figure  out approximately where the  wreck had occurred. We headed  into the country behind Hope  along a series of back roads.  Before we got anywhere near  the area however, we ran smack  into the new and not-yet-open  Coquihalla Highway.  Tlie only route to pur intended destination seemed to lie  along the highway. Yvonne  talked her way past the guard  on the gate and we found  ourselves on the brand new  road, a week before the Pfficial  opening. We were the only non-  construction vehicle in sight and  some of the workers eyed us  curiously. I suppose they  assumed we must be related to  Bill   Bennett  or  one  ofy his  We drove for a good many  miles but found absolutely  nothing. Between logging slash  and clearance for the -highway,  the country on either, side  resembled a moonscape. Any  trace of the Kettle VaUey Line  seemed to have been utterly  obliterated. %{}  After a.few more miles,;we  decided to turn back. As we  coasted down a long steel hill  back to Hope, it occurred to us  that the doonied train ,must  have careened dowit this same  grade. But, aside from being a  pleasant jaunt, the trip had proved fruitless. It was back to the  microfilm. _.       ..-V'  I intended to hit^UBC-and  search .their extensive ^out-of-  . render this chore ennec$ssajiy.  would lead me to all;the right  places and result in ah off-beat  odyssey thai is worth recounting  for its own sake. ,...-.-.���  This particular odyssey was  triggered when John BurhSide  decides to produce George  Ryga's powerfitf and only once  before staged play Letter to my  Son. Local actor and dancer,  Josef Stanishevskyj is chosento  play the lead. Josef S. (who  Chan  T___URSDAY, DECEMBER 11  7:00 PM  Coast Review  Followed by Highlights  from the  Elves Telethon :"-: ������__';'  Clown  Town  . The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council will present Clown  Town on Saturday, December  13 at 2 pm at the Sechelt Indian  Band Hall in Sechelt. Children  will see acts of juggling, hear  stories and much, much more.  A pre-Christmas delight for  children and adults alike.  Admission will be $3.50 for  adults, $2.50 for children (if  there are more than three  children per family, $2 per  child).  i.  LET'S START A  HOLIDAY TRADITION!  We' 11 all go to Ruby Lake  for BREAKFAST WITH SANTA, SAT., DEC. 20th  9 am to noon, Buffet Style  Having a holiday party?  Leave your Catering needs to us!  A Great Gift Idea -  Ruby Lake Gift Certificates  Includes Juice or Tea or Coffee  Adults H.95    Kids 6 & under $2.50  Then on Sunday, Dec. 28th  HOLIDA  9 am - 2 pm  5 pm - 9 pm  RESERVATIONS    883-2269  CLOSED Dec. 24, 25 & 26 Only   Otherwise open daily 7 am - 9 pm  knows the Rygas well), suggests  that he* John and John's wife,  Fran, take a trip up to Summerland and meet the famous  playwright.  When Yvonne and I learn of  this impending jaunt to the  hinterlands, we opt to go along.  We have a standing invitation to  visit George Ryga and his wife,  that has been hanging fire for  almost a year. It is time tp take  them up pn their kind pffer.  For me, it will be a working  holiday. Two of the Jessica  train wreck victims came from  Penticton and the event must,  have been exhaustively covered  in the local papers of the time.  Early on the morning of June  17, Yvonne, Josef and I set a  course for the dry country. As  previously arranged, we rendezvous with the Burnsides at  Hope. Routes are discussed. It  is decided we will drive over the  Coquihalla, join forces again at  Merritt and figure the best way  in from there.  For the second time in so  many weeks, Yvonne and I find  ourselves on the Coqihalla  Highway. But on this occasion,  we are both driving it legally  'and going all the way.  It must be confessed that the  Coquihalla Highway, despite  the breakneck speed of it's construction,' is a pretty goodr  looking piece of road. There is a  steady climb to the summit but  nowhere does it pitch as steeply  as parts of the Hope-Princeton.  Oddly, the toll-booths are  located well past, the summit on  .the downhill haul to Merritt.  We pay our $8 and pass.  Strange, new-built side roads  wind off into the wilderness,  presumably to communities that  don't yet exist. Soon, we drop  down into cow-country and  swing north to Merritt.  We hit the oldest pub in town  and regroup.' John wants tp  watch the soccer play-offs so we  elect' to stay for a couple of  hours. Yvonne and Fran decide  _to look over the town. They  agree to check the museum for  "'"me.'-If there-is" anything there  ' they'll come back and roust me  but. John, Josef and I, sip cool  ones and watch sc>cce-.; Five actual cowboys enter and sit stet-  soned arid serious around _j.ccmv  ner table. One of them is. even  wearing a duster. They took as  though they have just stepped  off the set of The Long Riders.  Yvonne  and   Fran   return.  They bear disquieting riews. The  Merritt, Museum  boasts  one -  poor photograph of the Jessica,  Wreckbut a fairly eaitdnsive file  on the same subject has been ~f.  'borrowed'   hy ysbine   local:  "writer. It is the old 'Kilrpy was .  Here'   story.   Have -I   been  scooped again?  On to Summerland. John,  Fran and Josef want to try a  shortcut via a somewhat  dubious back road. Yvphne and  I decide to take the longer but  more reliable route south to  Osoyoos, then north again into  the lake country. The journey is;  scenic enough but uneventful.  By early evening, we tool into  Summerland.  To be continued  For Your. Corns  & In-grown Toenails  Foot Massage     rp  YOUR FEET DO  THE WALKING..  Seniors 10% off  UACUV  KEEP 'EM HAPPY  FI_M.&W  Thurs, thru Suri^Norn 5:30 pm.\  kONISiIEBROOK LODGfe      886-2887  limit yowl  lAAA'AAA A3  To the following  businesses who helped make'  the Arts Centre Crafts Fair a great  success:  Shop Easy  Cactus Flower  Marlee Fashions  Shell Station  McLeod's  Casey's Country Gardens  Pentangle Plants  The Coast News  Ye Olde English  Doughnut Shoppe  Cafe Pierrot  Super Valu  Galiano Market .  Big Mac's  Indian Band Hall  The Press  Chicken Shack  and a special thanks  to all the people who volunteered  their time.  LV.V.V.V.V.V.V2  New Year's Eve  DINNER MENU  Wednesday, Dec. 31  Cream of Scallop Soup .  Oysters Prince Albert  or  Local Smoked Salmon \  '  or '���-'..  Fresh Steamed Clams & Mussels 'Hollandalse'  Asparagus Salad with Champagne Vinaigrette  Rack of Lamb Georgia  or  Pork Tenderloin Malaspina <  or  Roast Duck a Vorange  or ���;���������"'"���  ��� Filet of Veal with Black Cherry Sauce  i'G.  Petit Four & Fresh Strawberries  ������ DANCING %fGSP<* UNTIL 2 AM  Reservations  885-7285  On the Beach,  Davis Bay       ;  :��OY  \oN  $0**  (W  PHOENIX, ARIZONA  Marl in  p^ Travel  #_^  nHolddlays  Brentwood Mall,-.#405 - 4567 Lougheed Hwy., Burnaby, BC V5C.3Z6  Phone; (604) 294-5224 OVER 135 OFFICES ACROSS CANADA  PACKAGE PRICE from S589 per person, dbl. occ, 1 week  ���"���'������-��� Air Fare ��� Transfers  ��� Seven nights at Phoenix's  HOSPITALITY INN  "���������'������ Studio units with kitchens  and complimentary breakfast daily,  (one bedroom unit available at  higher price) :  ��� 3 pools, tennis courts/outdoor  barbecues  ��� Restaurant and lounge on  property  2 weeks only $899  All, prices in Canadian Funds  ASK ABOUT OUR  exciting SKI packages  scenic RAIL packages  escorted ORIENT tour   .1 Sunshine Coast Residents Phone 886-7749  1 or write RR 2 - S2 - C2 Businesswoman Kay Bailey  was elected President of the  Sechelt and District Chamber of  Commerce for 1987 at a dinner  meeting held at the Driftwood  Inn on November 25.  Len Van Egmond was elected  First Vice-President with Bonnie Paetkau Second Vice-  President. Rounding out the executive   for   1987   are   John  Glover, Treasurer, and  Wilson, past President.  The board of directors elected  for next year include: Tom  Owen, Brendan O'Keefe, Atti  Voulgaris, Gordon Cook, Joe  Benner, Neil Clayton, Vic  Walters, Mike Shanks, Don  Siemens, and Irene Lugsdin.  Among its achievements  listed for 1986, the Sechelt and  District Chamber of Commerce  includes the Sunshine Coast  Destination brochure, 70,000  copies printed and distributed  throughout the Lower Main-'  land, Canada and the US, and  the completion of the boat ramp  on Georgia Strait 'with the help  and co-operation of the Sechelt"  Indian Band and the Sechelt  community'.'  Pender school water pondered  Constable Carl Dixon of Sechelt was one of the many residents of the Sunshine Coasi whu puruupnted  in the Elves Telethon, pictured with Joan Mahlman. ���Ray Smith photo  corner  Landlord of Baker St.  !  by Montague Royal  Many writers have been overshadowed by their own creations  and  one  of the  most  ; famous cases in point is that of  Arthur Conan Doyle. A recent  book by Pierre Nordon Conan  : Doyle (Holt, Rinhart, Winston)  '��� only, serves to point up this  anomaly.  Nordon _> book is subtitled A  Biography but this appellation  | is somewhat misleading. The  Lstudy i$ divided into two distinct  sections, only the first of which  deals, rather sketchily, with the  basic facts of Doyle's life. The  second, and more interesting  part, deals with Doyle's literary  creations, particularly the  enigmatic detective,, Sherlock  Homes and his: Boswellian  sidekick, Doctor Watson.  The trouble with Arthur  Conan Doyle as a biographical  subject, stems from the fact that  he was an extremely circumspect, even chivalrous man,  the very epitome of the Victorian gentleman.  Doyle's busy career (in addition; to his prolific,writing,-he;  was;; a medical doctor aiid also  dabbled in politics) was serenely  unmarred by scandal or controversy. His wife became an in-  valijd and he formed a strong  bond with another women in  latter years but the relationship  remained platonic. They did  eventually marry after his first  wife's death.  Doyle was also an.ardent exponent of spiritualism but this  was ascribed to harmless eccentricity, rather than to any  character flaw. Doyle, in short,  lived an exemplary life for the  most part. Unfortunately, such  lives! seldom make for  stimulating biographies.  It is in his creative accomplishments that Arthur  Conan Doyle's true importance  lies. Once Pierre Nordon gets  into this fascinating area, his  book comes resoundingly to  life.  Doyle spent considerable tijfne  in the United States and was  heavily influenced by American  writers, particularly Edgar  Allen Poe and Bret Harte. He  was extremely modest about his  own literary talents and published his first short stories  anonymously. Even these early  pieces attracted favourable  reader comment, however, and  he soon began using his own  name.  Sherlock Holmes and Doctor  Watson first appeared in  Doyle's A Study In Scarlet. The  novel is essentially an adventure  story and the two remain offstage through much of the action. But the public loved them  and demanded more.  Doyle gave them more, 56  port stories and three further  novels would be the eventual  count, all starring Holmes and  Watson. At one point, the  author, concerned that the  Holmes stories were impeding  production   of  the   historical  GIBSONS  LEGION  Hgffil' Branch #109  General Meeting  ;Tuesday, December 9, '86  Election of Officers  novels he deemed to be of far  greater literary importance, attempted to kill the detective off  in a story called The Final Problem. The public outcry was so  strident, that Doyle was compelled to resurrect his  meerschaum-smoking hero for  a further 15 adventures.   .;-  Pierre Nordon makes some  interesting conjectures regarding the origin . of Sherlock  Holmes .He seems, in large  part, to be based on a professor  under whom, Doyle studied at  Medical College in Edinburgh.  But there are literary  antecedents too, such as Poe's  archetypal detective, Chevalier  Dupin. And Holmes was also,  to some extent, an alter ego of  Doyle himself, as was Doctor  Watson.  While Nordon devotes  several fascinating chapters to a  penetrating analysis of Sherlock  Holmes, he does not overlook  Doyle's other literary achievements. He analyzes the  historical novels, Micah Clark,  The White Company and  others, on which Doyle always  ;..believed his final reputation  ' * "would"rest. ;  In his later years, ;Conah  Doyle made several forays into  science fiction with his Professor Challenger novels, the  most famous of which; is The  Lost World. These books were  important precursors of modern  science fiction, and Nordon  -  gives them their just due.  But in the final analysis, Nordon ' rates   the   creation   of  Sherlock Holmes as Arthur  Conan Doyle's most lasting  achievement. It is hard to argue  with this assessment.  A hydrolpgical engineer's  report to School District 46 suggests two alternative solutions  to Pender Harbour Senior  Secondary's water supply problems. The report, prepared by  Piteau Associates in Vancouver,  recommends that a well be drilled in one of two places.   .  Their first choice is a location  near Anderson Creek, and their  second, an area along the northern boundary of the school  property.  j     '        '  . ii  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  : ���.    at  Peninsula Market  in Davis Bay   . --  until noon Saturday  ��^        "A Frlsndly Paopla Placa"'������:������  Secretary-treasurer Roy Mills  will be presenting the report at  this. Tuesday's school board  meeting at Cedar Grove School.  He told the Coast News that  two other possibilities exist that  wiil also be taken under consideration.  The old system might still be       various options.  revamped, including a change in  the purification system or the  board may choose to tap into a  gravity fed system that will be'']  running by the school property.!  starting sometime in February.' j  "The next step," said.Mills,  "is to have a civil engineer givej  us the cost estimates' of tlfe^  M.  wmm^^m^^mm^ms^mUHiSM  .!_  OMEGA RESTAURANT  PIZZA SPECIAL  LARGE Pizza for the price of a Medium  for month of December  PIZZA  886-2268  .Coupons not valid with this offer.  _..:KS.  Hwy  IOI. Gibsons  886-3388  l_i_||.  CHRISTMAS  IS COMING!  Book your office party or  Yuletide gathering today  Gift Certificates  Now Available  / ' ���  A thoughtful gift that  is sure to please;  im  LUNCHEON SPECIALS DAILY  Join us for  SUNDAY BRUNCH  11 a._a. - 2:30 p.a_u  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  DINING GUIDE  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  07akO4tOff  The business of the weekly newspaper deadline has its  own special refinement here on the Sunshine Coast - you  guessed it, the ferry connection.  The Coast News has tb be on the last ferry Sunday night  if it is to be in your mail box on Monday morning and  these dark nights with the Christmas season approaching,  the business of meeting the unforgiving ferry deadline is a  challenging and demanding business indeed.  So it was last Saturday that we decided the easiest and  quickest and most pleasant way to fuel up the staff on the  first of our two major production days was to whip  everyone over to the Seaview Gardens Restaurant at the  head of Gibsons Wharf for a Chinese Smorgasbord.  We reserved a table for nine and  would have gone over en masse if we  could have located Ray, the photographer, at the appointed hour. (He  showed up about 15 minutes late between the editor's first and second helpings.)  Without delay-we tied into the chicken  and corn soup, pork fried rice, chicken  chop suey, sweet and sour egg, egg foo  yong, deep-fried pork and chicken with  sweet and sour sauce, chow mein, and a  lovely, piquant ginger ��auce.  We filled and re-filled our plates with  everything, our tea cups with Chinese  tea, ate our fill and were on the production line within the hour, grumbling happily that we needed to take a nap.  If you haven't tried the weekly  smorgasbord at Seaview Gardens on  Saturday evenings, perhaps it's time you  gave it a try.  Average meal prices quoted  do not include liquor  MC - Mastercard V - Visa AE - American Express  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Bonniebrook Lodge- Gower Point,  one block right from the comer of  Chaster and Gower Point Roads.  886-2887. Open for dinner Thursday thru  Sunday from 5:30 p.m. and Sunday  Brunch, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. y., MC. Enjoy  relaxed and intimate dining in this historic  seaside lodge. The views are spectacular,  the cuisine is excellent and the prices are  set to suit every budget. Our Swiss chef,  Jurg, prepares a weekly menu of delicious  Continental cuisine, including soups,  salads, and appetizers, as well as.entrees  of fresh seafood, veal, crepes, pasta and  steak. All are individually prepared,  creatively presented, and served with tantalizing sauces on the side. Jurg's desserts  will simply delight you! Reservations suggested.  Cafe Pierrot - Teredo Square,  Sechelt. 885-9962. Open Mon. thru  Thurs., 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. and Fri.  and Sat., 9:30 a.m. - 10 p.m., closed  Sundays.   Delicious   bread,   pastas,  crepes, desserts and more...all freshly  baked on premises. Dinner entrees  from $5.75. Average meal for 2 - $24.  Casa Martinez Restaurant - Sun  shine Coast Hwy.,. Davis Bay. - 885-2911.  5 p.m. - 10 p.m. nightly. MC, V. Lovely  view and warm intimate atmosphere.  Dinner selections include pasta, seafood,  chicken and steaks. Chicken Feast Buffet  every Sunday night includes salad bar and  choice of desserts for only $7.50. Average  dinner for two, $25.  Creek House - Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm  - 10 pm, Closed Mondays. V. MC. 40  seats.' Intimate dining and "European  cuisine in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere. We serve live Atlantic lobster,  rack of lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops,  steaks, also daily specials. Reservations  recommended.  FAMILY DINING  The Homestead - Hwy 101, Wilson  Creek - 885-2933. Open 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.  daily. 40 seats inside, 30 seat patio. Open  for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Daily  lunch and dinner specials as well as  regular entrees. Lunches include sandwiches, hamburgers, pyrogies and  salads. Dinner selections include steaks,  chicken and seafood. Prime Rib and 15  item salad bar are the house specialty on  Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.  Average family meal for four $25-$30.  Raven Cafe- Cowrie St., Sechelt.  Open Tues - Thurs, 6 am-6 pm; Fri, Sat &  Sun, 6 am - 9 pm; closed Mon. 64 seats.  24 flavour ice cream bar. Full breakfasts,  nome style fast foods. Daily lunch special  $2.95. All available to go. Average family  lunch for four from $12.00.  Ruby Lake Resort - Sunshine Coast  Hwy, Pender Harbour -883-2269. Open 7  days a week 7 am -9 pm. 54 seats. V.,  MC. Breakfast, lunch and dinner served  daily in Ruby Lake's post and beam dining room. Lovely view of lake and good  highway access for vehicles of all sizes.  Breakfast served all day. Lunch prices  begin at $2.50, dinners from $5.50 including salad bar. Smorgasbord Sunday  nights includes 12 salads, three hot meat  dishes and two desserts, $10.95 for adults,  $5.50 for children under 12. Tiny tots  free. A great family outing destination.  Absolutely superb prime rib every Friday  night. Average family dinner for four  $20-25.  PUBS  Backeddy Pub - Egmont Marina  -883-2298. Open daily - 11 to 11, Sat. &  Sun. 9 to 11. 60 seats inside, 20 on the  deck. All day menu features sandwiches,  hamburgers, steaks and desserts. Snacks  include fresh steamed local prawns, fish  and chips made with local fish. Bright  comfortable atmosphere overlooking Egmont Narrows. Also includes a 16 seat  family cafe, open 9 am-10 pm.  Cedar's Inn - Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  -886-8171. Open 11 am - midnight, Sun-  Thurs; 11 am - 1 am, Fri-Sat. 100 seats.  V., M.C. Delicious lunches 11:00 - 2:30.  Evening riienue 6:00 - 9:30. Sat. & Sun.  Brunch. Entertainment - Darts, Cribbage,  Activities. Everyone welcome.  Gramma's Pub- Across from Molly's  Reach right on Gibsons .Harbour. Open  10 am til 12:30 am; Sundays 11 am - 12  midnight. Lunch from $2.95 in a cosy  marine atnKwphere. Fresh seafood in  season, plus regular pub fare. Ask your  friendly server about the daily beverage  specials. Gramma's cold beer and wine  store - above the pub, at street level - is  open every day from 11 am to 11 pm.  Peninsula Motor Inn - Sunshine  CoastHwy, Gibsons - 886-2804. Open 10  am - 12 pm, Mon-Thur; 11 am - 1 am,  Fri-Sat. Pub food includes breakfasts  and lunches. Kitchen open until 6 pm.  Exotic dancers. Live music.  DRIVE IN-TAKE OUT  Chicken Shack - Cowrie St., Sechelt  -885-74.4. Open 11 am - 9 pm, Mon-  Thur; 11 am - 10 pm. 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See adjacent story. ���Ray Smith photo  \ Seals swim results  { Well readers we have more  [great results from our Senior  . Swimmers. This time the meet  ;��� was held at the Winskill Aquatic  'Centre in Tsawwassen on  ClNovember 29, and here are the  liesults of pur Harbour Seals  l^wimmers.  ___ges 10-11     Event    Time   Levdfl  |b. O'Coffey 100m BS 1:47.3 I      3rd  ���'k- 100m FS1:31_6 6th  jjfoges 12 & over  'N. Gough  . 50m Fly 41J    C     1st  50m B   44.0    I  4th  100m BS1.44.4 II  1st  T. O'Coffey  50m Fly 48.5    U  3rd  50m B   43.8    I  5th  100m BS1:40.2 D  5th  C. Whittaker 50m B   43.0    I  4th  50m Fly 41.3    I  5th  100m F 1:21.0 D  3rd  K. Vader       50m B   39.3    I  1st  50m Fly 39.6    I  2nd  100m F 1:14.2 I  5th  N. 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First half action left a 10  point spread in Gibsons' favour  with Whitey McQuaig opening  the scoring off a lovely 35 yard  romp. The hefty centre bulldozed his way through three tackles  miraculously staying on his feet  and making the centre post try.  Not long after full-back  Raincoast Rainer slipped into  the three-line for the extra man  in option but chose to fake outside and run himself. Winger  Mike Manion was ready and so  it appeared the Kats |wCTe tdoj;  taking Manion rather than  l^iuier.  ^  and-managed one.conyersid&tf ���  the, two first li^f trys_        y^  The blue three-line had little  to complain about in second  half play. Stand-off Neils Payne  was too busy barking offensive  orders to his awaiting three-line  while the blue pack consistently  crushed it's green prey. Ball  posession had never been better  in this reporter's memory.  Starting ythe almost unanswered 17 point second half  on-slaught was a long awaited  experience for second rower  Grant Gill. He came close a few  times over the years but failed  to make the pay-dirt. From the  side lines it appeared like a life  and death situation for the big  forward. Gill caught a slip pass  at about the eight yard line and,  drove home with a basketball  reverse dunk try, new to the  game of rugby.  Brother Jamie Gill set. up  John Rainer for number two  off a eighth man pick-up. Gill  looked outside and saw his half  covered, turned inside and there  was Rainer diving low from the  break   slide   option.   Winger  GIFTS FOR THE FISHERMAN  MOOCHING ROD & REEL COMBOS  Daiwa 275 Reel & Protac WV2 Rod, .Regular $80  Daiwa 175 Reel & Protac IOV2 Rod, Regular $70  BUZZ BOMB ROD & REEL COMBOS  Omni Rod & Ryobi Keei, Regular $74  ���   Berkley Rod & Ryobi Reel Regular $86  DOWN RIGGER ROD  Daiwa AGX66 - 8��2" graphite Regular $54  ���������������<  .���������*��������������-.  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The VRU referee awarded a  penalty try which was converted  by Dave Rainer right in front of  the post. Final score in favour  of Gibsons was 32-6.  Next week sees the Pigs taking on UBC at their home field  in Vancouver.  The hometown club would  like to extend their sympathies  to the Payne family who lost a  great Dad last week. And we  also wish to express our condolences to the Kellys in the loss  of their son. It's been a very unfortunate time for these 'families  that have supported our team  and we all feel for your loved  ones. . '*  �� CHUBB ULC  Extinguisher  5 lb.- A.B.C., Multi-purpose.  W&'  *�����*",������.- ������  1V2 lb. Hahn, clean, non-corrosive... ^c ��& ^  SST2001 %<i\$*  Smoke Detector.... ^    $\ 9"  c/w Battery, Dual ionization, PLC  Anderson 885-5111  ALARM AND ANSWERING ltd.  TIDE TABLES  M^  wed. Dec to  Fri. Dec 12  Sun. 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Coast News, Decembers, 1986
by Alec Warner
Thirty-two golfers took tp the
lush green fairways for the hine
hole Grey Cup Tournament on
Grey Cup Sunday, November
30. Convenors Roy Scarr aiid
Tom Milsted organized an enjoyable tournament featuring
hidden draw teams of two.    \
Golf was followed by an appetizing and warming luncheon
and suitable liquid refreshments. Viewing the "football
game?" and the changing
"pool" results made for an enjoyable day.
First.place in the golf tournament was taken by the team of
■'Lil Fraser and J.C.'Ross with a
net 67 score. Second at net 68
the team of Brent Lineker and
Dave Doig. Three teams tied for
third with net 68.5's.  There
Strikes & Spares
We held an in-house eight
game: singles tournament last
Saturday night and the winner
was David Wilson. Second
place went to Cauleen McCuaig; third, Don Slack;
fourth, Willie Buckmaster;
fifth, Pat Prest; sixth, Lionel
McCuaig; seventh, Hazel Skytte
and eighth, Dorothy Robinson.
Scratch 300 games in tournament were rolled by David
Wilson 313, Don Slack 306 and
Willie Buckmaster 309.
In the Classic League
Cauleen McCuaig rolled a 306
single and a 985 four game total
and Freeman Reynolds a 341
.single and a 1047 total.
In the Slough-Off League
Eve Worthington rolled a 304
single and 691 triple and Dot
Robinson a 315 single and a 696
triple in the Ball & Chain
League.
Other high totals:
CLASSIC:
Gwen Edmonds 248-880
Willie Buckmaster 253-880
Don Slack 240-896
Lionel McCuaig 269-897
TUESDAY COFFEE:
Wendy Craighead 230-634
..... Pam Lumsden 250-713
\"' Nora Solinsky 298-732
SWINGERS:
Jean Roberts 238-584
Marge Nicholson 248-585
Harry Walter 209-564
-    Hugh Ingles 215-594
- . Norm Lambert 225-600
GIBSONS «A»:
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WEDNESDAY COFFEE:
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^    Edna Bellerive
.    ^ Willie Buckmaster ,.,.
_abuGH-dirs:
Lil Hopkins
''      Laurie Oayards
s BALL & CHAIN:
^      Sue Whiting
Gloria Tourigny
Richard Laffere
Ralph Roth
Clayton Cunningham
' PHUNTASTIQUE:
Qrbftadelos Santos
Jim Gilchrist
Jim Peers
NIGHT OWLS:
Suzanne Mahoney
Kim Gregory
SECHELT GA'S:
Margaret Fearn
Betty DeBruyn
Merle Hately
Pat Gibson '
Cec Byers
LenHornett
YBC PEEWEES:
Sheriyn Hood
Shauna Howden
Chris Voll
Kristoff Roepke-Todd
BANTAMS:
Janiell McHeffey
Debbie Davidson
Tammy Koch
Dean Lussier
Jeremy Howden
JUNIORS:
Jennifer SeUenrich
Chris Lumsden
« SENIORS:
Craig Kincaid
George Williams.
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were the team of Tor Orre/Art
Hauka, Howie Larsen/Boris
Meda, and the skillful team of
Alec Warner and Paul Smith!
Lineker and J.C. Ross_ The individual low net score of 29 was
posted by Tor Orre.
■ The leaders of the first half of
the Winter Tournament have
narrowed to three teams. In
first place at this date with a
final score of 15 is the team of
Mary Horn and Al White. Next
is the team of Bill Babcock and
George Townsend with a final
score of 14 points. Lurking in
the shadows is the team of Bill
Bader and Ozzie Hincks with a
score of 12 and two more matches to play for a potential score
of 16. The second half of the
tournament starts on January 1
and it is advised that you watch
out for the New Year's "Dark
Horse" team!
The next Tuesday Bridge date
is December 9 at 1 pm.
The next Saturday evening
Bridge date is December 13 at 8
pro-
Sunday, December 14 from 3
to 5 pm is the time and date for
the golf club's annual "Tom
and Jerry" Christmas party. All
members are invited to come
along and enjoy a festive afternoon.
The Christmas Crib night is
set for Wednesday, December
17 at 7:30 pm sharp.
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People born between December  22 and January i have had it influencing (and confusing) their  sense of identity since February  1983. Things aren't likely to  clear up until December 1988.  ���," But "Neptune's mystical fog-  giness can also ,be a source of  profound inspiration. Great  spiritual insights and brilliant  creativity can be experienced  during this time.  Try to compare what is happening in your life to moving  through deep water. If you've  been trying to force your way  with quick, assertive movements, you've probably found  yourself exhausted and not  much further* along,   y  If you've just been floating  along, letting yourself go with  the current, you may be feeling  very relaxed and at; one with  God. Neptune tends to dissolve  the ego barriers between.the self  and the cosmos.  -When Thor Heyerdahl had  this planetary aspect happening  in his life, he spent 100 days  floating across the Pacific on  the Kon Tiki. 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C.ill  tlv<-  COAST   NEWS  iit  88fi-2622 or 885 393G   :  ftOLAND'S"-"  HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD  ��� 5''���'Continuous aluminum gutters  . ��� Aluminum soffits & fascias  ��� .Built-fn vacuum systems  -��� Vinyl siding 885-3562  r^efrigeration & _  f     Appliance Service  BACK AT PRATT RD. 886-9959  SUNSHINE KITCHENS}  - CABINETS  886-9411  Showroom Kern's Plaza, Hwy 101\  Open: Monday to Saturday, 104pm  People born June 20 to 30  have had Neptune moving opposite their sun signs during  these years. This can bring out  its negative influence, especially  the deception stuff. Misunderstandings; and confusion can  become, a regular thing, until  you think feither you're crazy or  everybody else is. It's important  at this time to stick, with people  who have earned your trust so  that you can straighten but any  mis-communications. It will  also help to double check that  people understand what you say  and that you understand what  they say.  Your body may react to this  transit too. Energy levels may  lower to the point where you,  can hardly find them. It's a time  to be especially careful and self-  nurturing. Don't push yourself  too hard. Allow plenty of time  for rest and avoid any kind of  fad-type diets and any kind of  drugs. If you have to take a  prescription drug, make sure  you follow instructions exactly  and report any unexpected reactions to your doctor right away.  People born March 19 to 29  and September 22 to October 2  have been experiencing these  Neptunian undercurrents to a  lesser extent.  For all of you, remember the  analogy and go with the flow.  You may choose to swim or dog  paddle, but those of you who  have the faith to just float, turning over details of navigation  and speed to higher powers  might one day look back at this  time in you life as an important  spiritual turning point.  For motor vehicle? ind accident  claims call Brenda^Brown  Sixteenth Floor    ,      . f here is no charge  Sunlife Plaza    ' y   ':���< for our first meeting;  1100 Melville Street   : .please call us collect.  Vancouver; B.C. y  683-663i; /       ;������:,.:,._���".<_..  PLANNING SEMINAR  PLAGE: Lieglon Hall. Gibsons, B.C.  DATE:   Thursday, December 11,1986  flME:    7:00 pm to i0:00 pm  Some of the topics to be covered  ��� How to plan, choose and implement a  productive investment strategy  ��� How to plan for arid accumulate at least  $250,000 in the next 15 years.  ��� How to pay less or even NO INCOME TAX  GREAT PACIFIC MANAGEMENT CO. LTD.  '���'FinancialPlanners Since 1965"  Exec_ Office: #300-1190 Hornby St.     '  Vancouver; B.C. 669-1143  ���   i '������> :���'���:���. ,������������..���     ���    -y ...... ���������, ���. .  ; MEMBER OF,Th|E MONTREAL EXCHANGE  For reserved seating please call  ���i   i   '���'        ���        .  "���  886-2975 evenings - Gibsons  485-6160 business hrs. - Powell River  AUTOMOTIVE  NEED TIRES?      Come in to  tOASTAL TIRES  TIRE li SUSPENSION  CENTRE  886-2700      886-8167  HwY;'v1Q1 .��� just West of Gibsons  r  ���  CLEANING SERVICES  1     SUNSHINE COAST  If DISPOSAL SERVICES  -" i i-        Port Meljon toOle's CpyeV  ���;���"('; ;'��� Commercial Containers Available   '  885-9973;      yy 886-29387  CONTRACTING  Coast Concrete Pumping  s. Foundations  FREE ESTIMATES       y  John Parton     885-5537  ��� CONTRACTING  ^HOUSESTO LOCK-UP OR COMPLETION^  :       ��� ADDITIONS ���  JCADRE  CONSTRUCTION ltd  886-317y  ROOFING  /*"  Specializing in all types of    ....������"  '  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ^ESTIMATES 8862087 eves. Vgu/uSanteeo  L MOSOLANCZKI  Masonry Contractor  "���,���   Stone & Brick Work  886-2982  : Fireplaces  R.R. #4. S5C47.:  Gibsons, B.C.'  V0N1VO!'  Call:  For: Ready Mix Concrete Sand & Gravel  Dump Truck Rental  Formed Concrete Products  Phone 885-9668 ��� 885-5333_/  BC FERRIES  POMFRET  CONSTRUCTION  * For all aspects of        '������'...  .;.-,'    .'residential & commercial construction  885-9692    PO Box 623, Gibsons, B.C.  FALL '86  Effective Tuesday,  October 14 through  June 25,1987  VANCOUVER-SECHELf F^ENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE-SALTERY BAY  Effective Tuesday, October 14,1986 through Thursday, June 25,1987:  Lv Horseshoe Bay      Lv Langdale Lv Earls Cove  7:30 am      5:30 pm     6:20 am      4:30 pm   . 6:40 am '*'*> 6:30 pjm  9:30 7:25 8:30 6:30 10:30 8:30  1:15 pm     9:15 12:25 pm      8:20 12:25 pm      10:20  3:30 2:30 4:30  Lv Saltery Bay  5:45 am      5:30 pm  9:15 7:30  11:30 9:30  3:30 pm  , '  _������_��-__- , ��� ..ww W__V___     fJIII  EXTRA SAILINGS: Christmas: Friday, December 26 through Sunday, December 28.1986.  Gibsons  BUS  OMEGA  Terminal  Gibsons  Marina  Sunnycrest  Mall  * Note there  ' "First Ferry'  NO BUS  will be no  " run on Saturdays  SUNDAYS  'MINI-BUS SCHEDULE  The Dock  Leaves. Sechelt  . for Gibsons :y  Cowrie Street .  Monday  8:40 a.m.  '10:00 a.mv.  1:00 p.m.  3:15 p.m.  Tuesday  ���:8:40 a.m.  MOrOp'a.m':  1^00 p.m.  2:30 p.m.  *5:55  8:00  10:00  12:00  1:50  4:00;  .6:00'  Wednesday  8:40a.m.  ;* 10:00 a:m:  1:00 p.m.  3:15'p:m,  Lower  "6:03  Bus  8:03  Shelter  .  ��� 10:03  12:03  1:53  \ > ��� ���  4:03  ������'���. . ���'.'������ j  ,.   6:03  Ferry"  Terminal  Thursday  v. 8:40 a.m.  "'lOMalmi  ���:.;..?1.:bO'.'p'.m:V  2:30 p.m.  ���   Leaves Gibsons  9:15 a.m.  9:15 a.m.  . 9:15 a.m:     ��� ;.; 9:15a;m.      -  for Sechelt y  "10:45 a.m. ,..������..  11:45a.m.  *10:45.a.m.       .. 11:45i.m    \ '  Lower Gibsons.  * 1:35 p.m.  .1:50 p.m.  ������������ 1:35 p:.m. :    - * 1:35'p.m.   "  Municipal Parking Lot,  4:00 p.m.  * 4:00 p.m.  4:00 p.m:; ' ' * 4:00 p.m.  .-,: Gower R. Rd.  LOWER ROAD" route  ��� via Flume Road.  Beach Avehue'& Lower Road  ���6:10  8:10  10:10  12:10  2:05  4:10  :   6:10  Friday  8:40 a.m;  10:00a.m;  .'3:15 p:m.  :  9:15 a.m:  10:45 a.m.  4:00 p.m.  EXCAVATING  I  886-7359  Conversion   Windows,   Glass,  Auto   &   Marine Glass,Aluminum Windows'  V  & Screens,  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd  Mirrors  .  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  CHAINSAW LTD.  V   HWY. 101 & PRATT RD.  886-2912  JANDE EXCAVATING  y Backhoe  Bulldozing  " M.R. 2, Leek Road   '  Gibsons,.BC VON 1V0  Sand & Gravel  Land Clearing  Drainage  886-9453  Damp Truck  Excavating  joe __ EDNA  BELLERIVE  GARRY'S  CRANE  Service  I   886.7028  ��� 45 J.D. Cat & Hoe  ��� 6 Too Crane  ��� Truss Delivery  ��� 1.6* Peck or 40' Trailer  ��� FREE Dead Car Removal  ��� Concrete Anchors  ���  ( Coast News, December 8,1986  19.'  Wanted to Bby, Roberts Crk.  ; area, modest house with acreage  . & creek, no- agents please.  ���885-2898. TFN  ���5 acres - some improvs., 1 mile  .to Gibsons, $42,500 or trade for  older house in village. 886-7831.  ...:.���-. -*50  ;Bargarn! 2 excellent lots on  sewer, trailers OK, $8000 &  ���$8500.886-9056. #49.  '1232 sq. ft., 3 bdrm. rancher,  ^���V_y baths. 20x19 finished  ;garage. dbl. concrete drive, fenced front yard, 10x14 sealed  s/deck, will take lot as down  ipmnt. 886-7309. #1  _.��  girths J  _^s>i  Rick and Carol Covey are pleased  ;to announce the birth of Reagan  Kimberly on November 24,1986,  weighing 8 lbs., 2 oz. Grandparents are Ken and Alma Govey  of Biggar.. Saskatchewan and  Elmer and Irene Matson of Delta.  Thanks to Drs. Overhill and Estey  and special thanks to Marion for  her assistance. #49  Lymer/Eilbeck: Hello World! I  have finally arrived. My parents,  Brian & Donna are very happy.  My name is Brandon Barry  ���Joseph, born November 29,1986  at 10:05 pm, weighing 9 Ib. 10  oz. My very patient grandparents  are Barry & Mary Lou of Gibsons,  and Bob & Annette of Regina.  Many thanks to Drs. Yaxley,  Fjaetkau, Estey and Rogers and  all the nursing staff .'������        #49  BLAKE: passed away December  1,1986, James Roy Blake, late of  Gibsons, age 78 years. Survived  by his loving wife Florence; one  sister Eva Paterson; four sisters,  in-law Elsie Jackson,. Doris and  husband Tom Currie, Margaret  Jackson, Betty and husband Don  Norman; nieces and nephews.  Service was held. Thursday,  December 4 in the Chape! of  Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons.  Reverend Alex Reid officiated.  Cremation. #49  PAYNE: passed away November  29, 1986, Peter Blake (tic)  Payne, late of Sechelt. Survived  by his loving wife Helen; three  sons, Peter and Ha of Chilliwack,  Owen" and wife Heather of  Westbank, Neils at home; three  daughters, Barbara and husband  Michael Alexander of Coquitlam,  . Deborah and husband Rick Pattyn  of Coquitlam, Judith Anderson of  Roberts Creek; eight grand-,  children; one sister Jocelyn and  husband Mervin Ball bf Victoria;  also nieces and nephews and  many'; friends. Private family  gathering has taken place.  Private cremation arrangements  through Devlin Funeral Home. In  lieu of flowers, remembrance  donations may be made to the  Cancer Society. #49  I\.;3fi,���4^, y, t ,,��< .'i  ���; '<y-\.,  ,,\,  .'\.>'* \? y\,  \'>>.  .   V ' , !, "i   >   '  ' '       '  __Ui_____________-____-_HiaMMai'  Many thanks to Ron at Ron's  Shoe Repair for the "extra" care  taken when fixing my boots. It's  much appreciated. Fran.      #49  A great big thank you to JIM  MUNRO of Gibsons Realty for all  the help. Anne & Ernie:       #49  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  IN PENDER HARBOUR  Pacifica Pharmacy #2 883 2888  AC Building Supplies ess955.  John Henry's 8832253  IN HALFMOON BAY ;         : ���  B & J StOre 885 9435  IN SECHELT- ��� ��� ���  Books & Stuff  (Trail Bay Centre) 886-2625  The Coast News  (Cowrie St.) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY  ��� ���  Peninsula Market 885-9721  IN ROBERTS CREEK-  Seaview Market 8853400  IN GIBSONS  Radio Shack  Sunnycrest Mall, 886-7215  The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  When you need to talk to a professional counsellor, call Eleanor  Mae, Counsellor/Therapist,  885-9018. #51  "      SIX SENSE WORTH  CHRISTMAS SPECIAL  Personal forecast for 1987.  Astrological readings & counselling. Phone Linda, 886-3553. #50  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS .  885-2896, 886-7272, 886-2954.  -   TFN  MODELS  Models req'd at The Hair Company for advanced hair design.  Male or female, ages 16 to 60.  For more info, call 883-9389. TFN  ���piMMnM__Ma>_  r<<y'^\7'yV~.  Christmas Gift Ideas, Reflexology  Gift Certificates, professional  treatment tables, reasonable.  886-3120. #51  The Elphie class of '87 garage  sale & Christmas bazaar in the  school gym on Sat., Dec. 13 from  11 am - 4 pm. Come and enjoy  the Christmas activities! For more  info, 886-2204. #49  ��� ***���*���_���*���***  LORDY, LORDY  Look who's  40  Joanne Pearson  ******..*.*���_������***  GINNY ALSAGER'S  MAKE-OVER MAGIC!  Make-up lessons, colour  analysis, wardrobe consultant.  886-2458 eves., or collect  738-6356.     - #50  VIDEO 1       .: ���   ,  All new late releases, arrivjng  weekly, VCR rentals, $5. Harbor  Marina & Grocery; #49  .SPECIAL  Oak Hope Chests,-Reg. $350  Sale '300  Stand-up Dressing Mirrors,  Reg. $275        Sale '225  886-8074  Crowe Rd. Herb Farm, Roberts  Creek. Follow signs. Sundays  IP-noon. Ph. 886-9324.       TFN  If someone in your family has a  drinking .problem you can see  what it's doing to them. Can you  see what it's doing to you? Al  Anon can help. Phone 886-9903  or 886-8228. TFN  South Coast  Ford  1986 MAZDA  GLC 323, 4 door  4 cyl automatic,  as new .  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  8-     Weddings  & Engagements  k]  Mr. & Mrs. Richard Birkin are  pleased to announce the marriage  of their ' daughter Barbara  Elizabeth to Kenneth Anthony  McNab,. son of Mrs. Freda  McNab and the late Marcel  McNab. The wedding took place  in Vancouver on November 8,  1986. .#49  (E  tost  D  Reward for return of red FG Delta  10 dinghy. Lost from Gerrans  Bay, Pender Harbour. 886-7240  eves. #49  Female retriever X shepherd, 4  months old, has nick in right ear,  by Pender,Harbour Boat Works.  883-1184. #49  Pair of reading glasses in blue  case, Sunnycrest Mall.  886-2396. #49  Lost in Halfmoon Bay, 8 ft.  square nose yellow aluminum  skiff, reward. 885-7941.      #49  Large Reward. Female Shepherd  cross, 4 yrs., mostly black with  cream, very friendly. West Van.,  922-4041. #50  i&ttitci  SPCA - found, black male collie,  4 white feet, white collar, choke  collar, Madeira Park. 885-3910.  #49  Small brown female terrier cross,  found on Sat., Dec. 6, top of  Soames Hill, very happy & friendly. 886-3266. #49  Siamese X cat, white with tabby  markings, rusty face. Lockyer  Rd., Roberts Creek. 885-9895.  ���-.������      #49  Money found at Sunnycrest Mall..  Call RCMP, 886-2245. #49  Near Fawn Road in Sechelt, black  & tan collie X, male. 885-9840.  #49'  ft/ Livestock  feti  j  :^B^;:.::y  Free tabby kittens for Christmas.  Call now; 885-3301, 5 to 6.pm.-  #49  Free to good homes, 8 wk. old  kittens, trained. 886-2327 after 4  pm. #49  4 yr. old saddle pony, reas.' price  to good home. 885-5635 after 5  pm. '���-;' #51  Quality interior alfalfa, suitable for  horses, $160/ton. 885-9506,  8:30 pm to midnight.' #49  Rottweiler pups, 2 fern, left only,  exc. temp., CKC reg. PB, $500  ea., but will consider swap for  building of proper kennel, also  swap ��� for cement work.  885-7708. . #51  SPCA ADOPTION  Approx. 1 yr. old spayed female  cat, grey, orange & white,  medium long hair, very clean &  friendly. Purebred Siamese,  spayed & shots, needs loving  home. Fluffy black neutered male  cat is looking for. good home.  886-9265, - i <       #49  South Coast  ,        Ford       ,  1986 TOYOTA  TERCEL, 4 door  4 cyl automatic,   ���  as new  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  OL 5936 885-3281  -    ;       ;  " ��� ^  English Springer Spaniel pups,  .purpbred,. .no .-eajjfera, $75.  886-7282.        ^ . ."I     ;#49  SPCA  885-4771  TFN  );%v  My sic j  Refinished Haines Bros, upright  grand piano, $1200. 886-7837.  ���     #51  Christmas Guitar Specials  Amp. inc. accordian.exc. cond.,  many instruments on special.  Strings n' Things, Tues. to Sat.,  ��� 10-4. 885-7781. #49  ;.4_:  %     _. ^  Wanted  3  Resp, working female wants  house to sit for 2-3 months.  885-4780 or 886-8365.        #49  RV for skiing weekends to rent by  mature couple. 886-7830.    #49  Antique furniture & country style  collectibles & curios on-consignment. Viv's Antique Attic, (beside  Pebbles Realty), 886-8365.   #51  Pre-WW II books on agriculture.  886-9654. #50  British   made   Concertina.  886-8325 eves. #50    /  Scrap cars & trucks wanted. We  pay cash for some. Free removal.  Phone 886-2617. TFN  Buying coins & stamps, gold &  silver, paying top dollar. Call Dar-  cy, 886-2533 or Box 1803, Gibsons. #50  *' Garage Safes  Moving . Safe: 744 Creekside  Estates on Dec. 13, 10 am - 4  pm. #49  Garage & Craft Sale, Flume Rd.,  Sat., Dec. 13, 10-2. No early  birds. #49  tm  >   " ft f        s >'  f m Sate  Snow tires, near new, BF  Goodrich P-195-75-R14, steel  belted, $50. 886-9103.        #49  Sturdy.couch & chair, $150 OBO;  queen l waterbed with baffles,  $200.885-5307. #49  Electrolux vacuums comp. with  power nozzle & attachs., 6 mo. to  1 yr. warranty, from $199-$299.  885-3963. ' #51  14* travel trailer, fridge, sink,  sleeps 5, needs some minor  repair but can be used as is,  $600.886-2512. #49  Norco 12 speed racer.with saddlebags, purchase price $525,  rarely used, stored indoors, like  new, price $225.885-5411 evenings or early mornings. _       #49  MacLeod's  Wine & Beer making kits  for Christmas  20% off  at MacLeod's  =Dec 11-13th���  All Royal Albert in stock  30% Off  at  MacLeod's  ==r=Dec. 11-13th  $25.00 off  All fridges, stoves,  ���washers"& dryers  ===Dec. 11-13th=  In-store  specials on  small electrical  appliances, f  MacLeod's     885-2171  ,  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Septic tank, fibreglas, 600 gal.,  $350,988-3235. #49  Cole Creek airtight wood heater,  heat large house, 12 hr. burn.,  many features, like new, $375  OBO. 885-5505. .    #51  Live Christmas Trees with-roots,  4 ft. Alberta Spruce, slow growing, $20.886-2513. #51  CLOUD BLANKETS & PILLOWS  A perfect gift for baby & parent.  The all natural -materials,allows  the.child to 'breathe', thus sleep  in comfort.. To view phone  886-7370.  ^ #51  8 pc_ living''room suite, inc. coffee's, -end tables, good cond.,  $300 OBO. 886-3280. #49  IQr-Sp.' Boy's bite, good cond.,  ����0; 2 se'ts^of child's X-country  skis.& boots*425 ea. 886-3211.  >'. V #49  ,     LIVE �� CUT  .  CHRISTMAS TREES  ^'APOINSETTIAS  (All Sizes)..  FRESH CUT  FLOWER  ARRANGEMENTS  "  (for all occasions)  CHRISTMAS  ARRANGEMENTS  Table Centers, Wreaths & etc.  Mon-Sat, 9-5:30 onc QflBQ  sun, ip-4        oob-aaoa  Singer tre'ddle sewing mach. in  oak-cabinet, $150; 1920's chaise  lounge, ; down filledty gold  upholsfry, $450; 1900's fan,  ivory carved handles, silk hand-  embroidered decorations, $600.  886-2730 eves. #49  Old 78 records in gd. cond., elec.  razor, odds & ends, come and  look. 886-7426. ' #49  Port./sec. bar, as unit or sep;  firescreen & comp. set.; Hoover  Portapower vac, like new.  886-9000. #49  South Coast  i-        Ford  1986 ESCORT  4 Dr.  4 cyl. diesel, 5 speed,  stereo cassette, 2-tone  paint. Demonstrator.  SAVE $$$  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3261       ^  Skis, downhill Rossignol 175cc,  boots sz. 9 & poles, all for $75  OBO. 886-8763. #51  STEREO  Amplifier : .Sony (60 watts),  Tuner - Harman/Kardon, Turntable - Sony semi-auto (direct  drive), Speakers - Auratones  (studio monitors), $425 OBO.  885-9517.     ��� #49  Speed Queen wash, 8 yrs. old,  good condition. 886-7581.    #49  DRILL YOUR OWN WELL  Portable hydro-drill & casing,  cost $1700, sell for $900 firm.  886-2798. #50  Matching couch & chair, $125  OBO, plus solid brass stand-up  lamp. 886-3398. #50  T&S TOPSOIL  Cover your plants with mushroom  manure, so the frost won't get  them. $25/yd., $24 for seniors,  Bark Mulch, $30/yd. Cheaper by  the truckload. Steer manure now  available. Call aft. 6 or anytime on  weekends & holidays. 885-5669.  TFN  f  -_^  TRIUMPH WOODSTOVE  Installed with 13' of  chimney & stove pipe  ������ s995���  Having stove problems?  Call the     ..  STOVE DOCTOR  A.C. BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your  HOME/.1U  BUILDING CENTRE  DIVISION   O.HOMI   H_IDW.II   1TOIII  883-9551  ' Godin parlour woodstove, very or.  riate with claw feet, hardly used,.  $250:886-3411. #51  CoTlectibles, glass,  2nd hand,  funky , things.  For Old Times  Sake, now open 10-4:30, Thurs.;  to Sat., 101 & Pratt Rd., beside-  Elson Glass. ' #49  Small round table, $15; black  leather WWII jacket, $50; 1 wood  arm chair, $50; 4 ice cream  chairs, 4 for $70.886-7955. #49  Seasoned firewood, $75/cord,  split & delivered. 886-3025 after  6. #51  Complete, chimney cleaning  equipment, $225. 886-2430. #49  Apple compatible computer complete, like new, $575. 886-9386.  #49  Systems  ' SALES, SERVICE  & SYSTEM UPGRADES  ��� DESCRAMBLERS ���  IBM Compatible  .  COMPUTERS  froms999,     ....'  *'..."., Green Onion  Earth Station  885-5644 884-5240  % HP jet pump, pressure.tank insulated, pump house.unit ready  for hookup, asking $350.  885-4551 after 6 pm.    .      #49  Baldwin elec.-organ, exc. tone,  w/rhythnri ace, $350; Bond knit-,  ting frame w/pattern & mag., 1  yr. old, $150; X-country ski  pkg., sz. 7M boots, $60.  884-5345.   .     ' \ #51  Solid mahog. Duncan Fife DR  suite, antique, good invest.,  $4500; four poster bdrm. suite,  walnut, antique, good invest.,  $3500. 885-3458 before 7pm.  #50  SUNSOFT COMPUTER CENTRE  Computer systems, printers,  software & supplies for business  & home. Free in-office consultation. 886-9194. #5  FOR EXPLOSIVE REQUIREMENTS  Dynamite, electric or regular  caps, B line E cord and safety  fuse. Contact Gwen Nimmo,  Cemetery Road, Gibsons. Phone  886-7778. Howe Sound Farmer  Institute. TFN  South Coast  Ford  1982 F250 4x4  V8, 4 speed  Canopy; Running Boards  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  x__ '      ��� ,s  SUNSHINEXOAST  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  (Formerly Home Business Directory). Act now, advertise your  business in the well, established  6th Ed. of this, bi-annual local,  publication.' How can you beat  good coverage & reasonable  prices?. Non-profit free. Call Swell  Publications; 885-3925 or  886-3179. #50  Homelite Holiday ��� chainsaw, .as  new. Phone y886-9546 before  9am or 9pm. ... #50  2 beds, new Continental w/4"  foam, $175 the pair; record  player, 3 spd. auto BSR, new,  $45,886-3569. .   #50  Almost new 400 Amp diesel  welder with 200' cables, $3700;  1971 1 Ton with van body, good  cond.;$1400; Oxy acet, torch,  grinders, etc. 886-9.440..     #49  SUNSHINE  COAST T.V. LTD.  Authorized Dealer  Technics  Panasonic.  professional TV Re'pairs-  ��� WE ACCEPT TRADE-INS  :, 885-9816; r   I   >.  CUSTOM WINDOW COVERING  ...  !V.-CLEARANCE    ;.. .  ��� 4~woven wood blinds' - * ��� ;  brown & beige stripes ���������  39V2"x58"ea.  Reg. $238 ea.   NOW $107 ea.  ��� T.'' mini Venetian blind    .  alabaster, 91 1/8"x21 7/8"  Reg. $358 .   NOW $145  ��� 3 nat'l woven wood Winds  35"x59" \ '.������������������.���$68  ������:35*Jx7t%,! ;-.,"���.       ���:���." ;$73  35"x71"' ".'"'���   $73  ��� Pr. Floral lined drapes  54"x80" $55  ��� Pr. Boucle sheers, champagne  54"x78'/2"  . $57  ��� Pr. heavy weave drapes  tan, 108"x78" $65  DEVRIES, 886-7112. ...        #49  Order Early  for Christmas  100% ;  DOWN QUILTS     '"  Twin $1399^  Queen     ;.S1899!U  W.W. UPHOLSTERY &  BOAT TOPS       t  YOUR COMPLETE UPHOLSTERY CENTRE  637 Wyngaeft. Gibsons    "  886-7310 .  Firewood, hemlock at $70/cord,��:  del. Peninsula Recycling-..;  886-8.193. ..'.' #4|  Green or seasoned firewood, cut'  to order. 886-9847. #49  Dining rm. set (wrought iron);  Horsehair chesterfield & chairs; i  "Shell" oil furnace. 886-9587.  #50 3  : Bo'wli-ne composting toilet; Lux-  ura queen sz. mattress, $100.  886-9654/ v ;    #5�� !  ��������� ;���" / ' ' ..' ��� ^-rr   .  Locally ��� made   evergreen *  Christmas  wreaths,   $9,50  886-2489 after 6pm.V'      #50 !  CHRISTMAS  JREES  Live &r Cut  Beautiful  POINSETTIAS  Quality Farm 6  Garden Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd.,  Gibsons  886-7527  HAY FOR SALE  $3-.50/bale; garden mulch hay,  $3/bale. 885-9357. TFN  New Mustang floater jacket,  med.: new Little Chief smoker;  new portable kerosene cook  stove. 7600 BTU. 885-3972. #49  83Q Bernina sewing mach. with  all attach, plus button holer, new  over $1200. -setl" $575 firm.  885-5266 eves:    '"  ' #49  Small Franklin woodstove & pipe,  best offer or .rade;883:9650.#49'  SPARKS PROM THE FORGEyy  Vol.. Ill now available at,ail Si(n^  shine''Coast bookstores foi|  $5.49:.Specia| offer: Volumes^??  II, III for only $12.  m  PRESSURE WASHERS  ������: &���"-'-,;���  CLEANING AGENTS  Priv. or Ind.  Sales & Service  886-2270    886-3440  The Sunshine Coast News  reserves the right to classify  advertisements under appropriate headings and  determine page location.  The Sunshine Coast-News  also reserves the right to  revise or reject any advertising which In the opinion of  the Publisher is in questionable taste. In the event  that any advertisement is rejected the sum paid for the  advertisement will be  refunded.    New &-Used Electrolux yacuurfts^  & shampobers. 8 years service on*  Coast. Stella Mutch. 886-7370.  #49  HYDROPONIC NUTRIENTS  .'./ , and Halide Lights, etc.     -  .'Quality Farm .& Garden Supply,j  886-7527.   " TFN'  y :���; : ; I  COAST COMFORT \  Teas, herbs, sachets, potpourri,'  mulled wine spice, mineral batty  & more. Great gifts from $1.95 to  $3.95.    Available, at   THE  BOOKSTORE,   Cowrie   St.,  Sechelt, 885-2527 & other locgl  stores. TFN\    ��������� ��  Multicycle'Inglis auto washer, J  $295. Guaranteed & delivered.}  883-2648." TFN.'  ADVKRTIWNO  Minimum s5" per 3 line insertion.  Each additional line *100. Use our economical  week free rate. Pre-pay your ad for 2 weeks & get the  third week FREE.  THE FOLLOWING CLASSIFICATIONS ARE FREE  Birth Announcements, Lost and Found  For PHONE-IN Classifieds  Call 885-3930  PAYMENT must be received  by NOON SATURDAY  for. Monday publication  MASTERCARD and VISA ACCEPTED  NOON SATURDAY  ALL FEES PAYABLE  PRIOR TO INSERTION  Please mail to:  COAST NEWS Classified. Box .60. Gibsons. B.C. VON IVO  Or bring in person to one of our  I  I  ���   Friendly People Places  ���      Minimum '5 per 3 line Insertion  1 "  I  NO. OF ISSUES  I  I   i   i$5[  I'6  !���_  -                                zr  C                                         ���     -IT.  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If.'  p  it!  if.  w  ���1  Coast News, December 8,1986  1974 Dodge Dart, 6, auto, running but rusty, $150; 4 - 11x15  white spoked rims for % ton,  $125,886-7463. #49.  72 Oids wagon, low mileage,  exc. cond., $1900 OBO: 72  Volvo wagon, exc. cond., $2200  OBO. 886-8504. #51  21  ^_kn  ""if***  Marine J \^  for Resit  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL  Modernize your Boat  5" B&W Portable TV  AC/DC Battery s149  10" Colour  Portable TV     $,7K  Available on Request     ** ' 0  DRIZZLE ENTERPRISES  MARINE SERVICES  1066 Hwy 101 at P2yne Rd  885-5401  Gibsons  886-8555  D OAST  A UTO  R ENTAL  Sales &   885-2030  .   Rentals D17711  '69 GMC 1 Ton, good rubber,  duels, flat deck, 350, $1300.  885-3429. #49  $2500 cash for best used car  available! 886-8617. #49  71 Chev. truck, 6 cyl., running  cond., $400. 886:2270.       #51  '67 Cougar XR7 289, good cond.,  exc. running gear. 886-7013.#49  '7.7 Ford F250, 6 cyl., 4sp., no  rust, $2200. 886-2430.       #49  South Coast  Ford  1979  I   V0LKSWAG0N  Raised.Roof, 4 cyl., 4 speed,  stove, icebox, furnace.  Nice Condition  ;   Wharf Rd., Sechelt  ^     PL 5936 885-3281      ^  WANTED - Japanese pickup in  ' good cond., pref. dies, or 4 WD.  886-7251. %    ���       #51  Rare ;70 GMC 1/_ ton, long fleet,  sj-ort truck pkg., FCT bkts, etc.,  402-V8 AT Turbo 400 eng. rebuilt  $ yrs. ago, new. dual exhaust 1  \vk_ old, body good, $1900 OBO.  885-7708. #51  .68 VW Beetle, runs good, $275.  886-2512. #49  1970 Chevelle, 6 cyl., mags,  looks good, runs well, $800 OBO.  B86-9386. #51  "79 Acadian hatchback,.4 door,  good cond., $1300 0B0.  38,86-9251. '.- #50  'Wanted: 1973/74.or 75,Ply..  Valiant or Dodge Dart. 6 cyl.,  must be in good cond. 883-9650.  #49  South Coast  *-.      Ford  1983 FORD  RANGER 4x4  V6 -.5 speed,  v  canopy, low kms  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  ���>-       ;    -���-���'  J974. Datsun -260Z. -new carb.  'good shape. $3700 0B0. Phone  886-8064, ... #49  t974- Datsun, new muffler &  clutch, rblt. - eng-., cassette,  mags, gd. cond., $1275; trade  decked 2 man canoe, $275;  gravity inverter for all back problems, $295; older Valiant 6.  alitb. 886-8593. #49  Must sell, 77 Civic, 4 sp., 2 dr.,  red, min. rust, gd. cond., offers.  886-2521. #49  Wanted: one buyer for a deep  green 74 Ford LTD. Brougham,  PS/PB, air shocks, good tires',  rjew exhaust & tailpipe for $950,  The reward is all yours..  886-3893'. .' #50  1976 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ, exc.  cond., dep. trans., by orig.  owner,,$1750 firm. 885-5645.  �� #50  74 16' Sangstercraft, deep V,  full canvas top, sleeper seats,  trailer, 50 HP Merc, needs seals  in leg. $1200 OBO. 886-2670 or  886-9826. #50  South Coast  Ford  ,1983T-BIRD  V6, Automatic . .  1 Owner  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  4 bdrm. ste., Ig. yard, family only, $375/m.. 886-7359 days,  980-5064 eves. TFN  1000 sq. ft. heated whse.,  workshop, high ceilings, large  overhead door. 886-8226. #50  ��� ������**��� *���**���***  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  **      Prime New  Commercial  Space Available  800-2500 sq. ft.  ***** Good Traffic  J**** "-parking  * *  **���* "-Exposure  886-8886  9:30-5:30  ��� ��� * ��� *  large 2 bdrm.  *  *  ��� * * * ��� i  Wilson Creek,  deluxe duplex, heat & light included, avail, immed.,  $480/month. 886-7042 after 6.  #50  Mobile home space available.  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Park. 886-9826. TFN  th       *    ���        <*'\-  k- - < *x .  Motorcycles  '83 Yamaha'YZ 125, exc. cond.,  new. tires & chain sprockets,  $600 firm with Moto Fox boots.  886-8656. #49  fi*..;    \    y"  I Wanted tb Rent  2 bdrm. semi-furn. home in Gibsons area for short term rental.  "Reply, Box 237, c/o Coast News,  Box 460; Gibsons.     :        #50  fm>  for Rent  i  fzo.  D  3 bdrm. suite, Rbts. Ck., FP,  dishw, F/S,' central vac, sys.,  skylight & alarm sys.,' no pets,  $500/m; 439-1652 or 886-8725  weekends. #51  3 bdrm. house, Vk bath, liv/din.  &fam. rm., 2 appl., Ig. yd., enci.  garage, 2 wood St., Port Mellon,  ;$350.m9r884-5345r:. _yf-.#51^  Lg; clean 1 bdrm. ste., Bonniebrook area, self-cont.,'  $275/m. 886-7581. #49  Single wide trlr! (private), utilities  extra, refs. req., $175/mo.  886-9894. #50  1- bdrm. cabin, Gower Pt., avail,  immed., $300/mo. 886-2887.  TFN  3 bdrm. duplex, Roberts Creek",  $325.886-7009. #50  1 bdrm. apt. near Gibsons  Marina, FP,. appl,, immed.  possession, $285. 886-3574.#50  South Coast  Ford       ^  1981 VOLVO  W  DieMIMbJF ,*wry clean ,-  One owner.  Wharf Rd, Sechelt  PL 5936 885-3281  Self-cont;' fully fum. bachelor  suite, lower Gibsonsv view,'no  pets. 278-9224. #51  3 bdrm., no pets, 354 Headlands  Rd., view with ref. at 6 pm, Dec.  9, 11 & 12th. 886-8727.       #51  Campers  Motofliomes  34' travel trailer, fridge, sink,  $leeps 5, needs some minor  repair but can be used as is,  $600,886-2512. #49  South Coast  K      Ford       i  1983 RANGER 4x4  V6, 5 speed  Traction Lock, Immaculate  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  V        DL 5936 885-3261  ti.  Marine  ;i8' Donzi alum, trailer, 350  ;Chev. eng. 1/0, new uphol.,  rhydrolic steer., fresh water cool-  .ed, needs assembly, $5500.  ;886-2756 eves, are best.      #50  :��~~        BOAT REPAIRS  . HULL & ENGINE  > 886-9308"  #50  .       0UTBOARDS FOR SALE  '9.9-25-70 HP 1982-1986, exc.  jcond., exc. price. Lowes Resort,  $83-2456. TFN  ���;121/2 Hourston Glascraft, with 20  .HP Johnson and trailer, all exc.  "cond., $1800 OBO. Ph.  '886-2530. #49  THE MANSE TOWNHOUSE  IS TAKING RENTAL  APPLICATIONS  ��� modern two bedroom  townhouse  ��� one and a half baths  ��� fully carpeted  D five appliances including  dishwasher, washer  and dryer  ��� private sundeck  ��� enclosed garage  ��� family oriented  ��� close to Sunnycrest Mall,  schools, tennis court &  jogging field  D good references required  D $450 per month  Call Peter, 886-9997  evenings  Mission Point, 2 bdrm. double  wide, WF, stove, fridge,  reasonable. 886-8291. #50  TEREDO SQUARE  Quality office space to lease,  negotiable terms and rates, many  areas can be sub-divided to suit,  elevator', carpeted, air" conditioning. To view phone 885-4466.  TFN  New apt. block in Sechelt, 2  bdrm. stes., $395/m.; 1 penthouse, $425; adults only, no  pets. 885-9017. #50  3 bdrm. dble. wide mobile home,  F/S, on acreage, avail. Dec,  $325/m. 886-7635 or 886-3520.  #49  2 bdrm. home,  885-3401.  Roberts Creek,  #50  D  Harbour view, 3 bdrm., 2 bath,  condo, rec. rm., WW, 2 appl.,  immed. poss., 1 V_ blks. school,  shop., ref. req., $450. To view  886-7779. #49  ��� Office space for rent. 2nd floor  above Gibsons Building Supplies.  886-8141. TFN  1, 2. '3 bdrm. apts., heat and  cable vision inc., reasonable  rents. 886-9050. "    TFN  1 bdrm. furn. ste., heat & light  inc., Port Mellon ' Hwy., non-  smoker, $190/mo. Call Stan  Hilstad, 885-3211 or 886-2923."  #49  South Coast  Ford       4  1984 TEMPO L  Real Clean, .  2 dr., 5 speed  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  Community Hall for rent in  Roberts Creek. Phone Debbie,  886-3994, 7-10 p.m.,  ���       TFN  1 bdrm. house, Gower Pt. Rd.,  fridge & stove incl., $275/m.  Rob 886-2277, -   #49  1 bdrm. duplex, $300/m.  885-7655 or 980-4969.-     #49  2 bdrm. apt., clean, view, 4 appliances, S. Fletcher, mature  adults, $450. 886-7175.       #49  Nice. 2 bdrm-. WF. home, Rbts.  Ck., avail. Dec. 1, refs. please,  $475/m. 886-2000.      ���     TFN  lg. furn,HTbdrmr'; suite, heat,:  light,"hot wtr., cable all inc.,  $325/m. 886-7421. #49  2 bedroom apt. available in  Seaview Place on January 1,  1987, $3651 Call 886-2249. #51  1 bdrm. apt., furn., utilities inc.,  $250. ref. 886-9233. #51  Deluxe 3 bdrm. duplex.'elec. heat  & airtight,, fenced garden, near  beach, Roberts. Creek, $425.  886-7251.:. ��� "������������        #51,  Semi WF 2 bdrm. house, Davis  Bay, shared yard, no pets,  $300/mo. 885-3835. #51  Waterfront, Pender Hrbr., 1  bdrm. house, elec. ht., F/S,  W/D, fab. view. 883-9446 to  leave message. #51  $100 Bonus for Tenant  Cozy 2 bdrm. apt., Sechelt, avail,  immed;, $375. .885-4535.    #49  Roberts Creek, Vk bdrm. house,  FP, wood heat, avail. Jan. 1,  $275,885-3429,  . #51  2bdrm. full bsmt., next to Peninsula Hotel .886-9291. #49  South Coast  Ford  1982 CHEV CITATION  V6, automatic, 1 owner,  34,000 kms. (Immaculate)  Wharf Rd, Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  c  Help Wanted  One breakfast/lunch cook, one  exp. waitress, Wharf Restaurant,  Please apply at front desk.  885-7191. #49  Applications are being accepted  ���now for a $4-6/hr. part time position (may lead to fuil time) commencing in January 1987. Duties  are varied and include management of the Chamber office,  minutes of meetings, dealing with  the public on matters of tourism  and business. The successful  candidate will have a confident  and pleasing personality, ex--  perience in working with people  and knowledge of the coast, experience In office and banking.  procedures is a requirement. Apply in writing to: Sechelt &<  District Chamber of Commerce,  Box 360, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0.  Licensed hairdresser, full or part-  time. Days 886-2120, nights  886-8504. #51  Is there a Polish person who  would be willing to teach me a  few sentences in Polish before  Christmas? Audrey, 886-8519.  #49  Full time CDA required Jan. '87  for Midcoast Dental Clinic. Send  resumes to PO Box 1100,  Sechelt, B.C. #51  South Coast  Ford  1983 MONTE  CARLO  V8, auto,  Very Clean  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  Reliable caretaker for apartment,  rent free, interview necessary.  886-9352. '   #50  Work Wanted  POWER WASHING  ��� All Vehicles  ' ��� Homes (mobile)  ��� Boats  ��� Degreasing  ��� Graffiti Removal  ��� Priv. or Ind.  1886-2270    886-3440!  . ."\ y  Work Wanted  i*.... < *  . -.   ���-.  _.  >  _____  Housecleaning, Tuesdays,  Thursdays, Fridays, $7/hr.  886-2670. #50  ELECTRICAL WORK  GUARANTEED.  Master Electrician        886-7247  NO JOB TOO SMALL.     .  SAME DAY SERVICE  Additions. Repairs. Rewiring. Lighting.  Household Appliances and Maintenance.  SENIORS DISCOUNT  680 Case backhoe & operator  avail., reasonable hourly rates.  886-2182 or 886-8363.:        #51  BUILDER-PLUMBER  ELECTRICIAN  35 Yrs. Experience  One call does it-all  Tom Constable  886-3344 or 886-9316  Hardwood floors resanded and  finished. Work guaranteed. Free  est .Phone 885-5072.       .   TFN  George's tree removal, limbs &  debris clean-up, haul junk, yard  maint. 886-9308. . #50  South Coast  *-.'    Ford  1979 DODGE OMNI  4 DOOR  4 cyl., automatic,  ;    . Undercoated.  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  ^    PL 5936 885-3281      J  .  PEERLESS TREE ,  SERVICES LTD.   /  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  removal, Insured, guaranteed  work. Free estimates. 885-2109.<  ' ���������'.*���.'��� "��� :'''���;'/;_._f.fn'  ;   GENERAL and M-  INDUSTRIALiCLEANING  Houses  Boats,  Businesses  FREE ESTIMATES  CHERYL  886-8183  886-2247  Jackson Brothers Logging Co.  Ltd. is-now accepting proposals  for 1987 log Scaling Requirements for its Gray Creek  dryland; sorting grounds. Candidates .must be experienced in  all phases of .scaling (FBM,  metric,icribner), qualified under  MOF requirements for a licenced  scaler, and be able to provide  prompt computations and printouts. Please include rates on an  hourly, per metre, and per section (for FBM) basis. Approximate 1987 volume - 90,000m3.  Send proposals to: RR #1,  Sechelt,.B.C., VON 3A0, Attn:  Scaling Dept. For additional information, call (604) 885-2228. #49  Small retail store for sale  in Sunnycrest Mall, or  will consider working  partner - small investment required.  886-7517  No sale  Gibsons Council has backed  off from its intention to log an  area above the public works  yard at the top of Henry Road.  Fisherman and Gibsons resident'Garry Russell was at the  December 2 meeting of council  to express his concerns about  clear-cut logging so clQse to the  town's water supply.  One Gibsons alderman told  the Coast News last week, "We  re&lly don't think there's any  problem concerning the logging  and the water supply but we  don't think the small sum of  money involved is worth the  political flack. We will refund  all tender deposits and put the  whole thing on hold."  Financing  sought  A proposal by the Downtown  Revitalization committee was  endorsed "subject to the arrangement of satisfactory financing" at Sechelt council meeting  last week. The proposal con-  contained four recommendations which would cost the  District of Sechelt a total of  $150,000 to implement.  A further $125,000 would  come from the Revitalization  Committee, and $25,000 from  contributions.  Alderman Joyce Kolibas protested that, in the past,  revitalization proposals had  come with specific detailed cost  and contribution breakdowns.  However, Alderman Langdon urged council to approve  the proposal and the motion  was passed  Guess Where  The usual prize of $5 wUl be awarded to the  first correct entry drawn which correctly  locates the above. Send your entries to reach  the Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday off -next week. Last week's winner was  W.G. Chinnick of Granthams Landing, VON  1X0, who correctly located the ramp on the  Granthams Landing Wharf. He built it.  __w_vv*^_v_vwvw_w  Experienced   plumber;. riegdsjC  work,' reas.  rajes.. Call "eves.'-.  886-9149 or 886-3257: yy _*5V'  South Coast  Ford       J,  1986 RELIANT SE  4 DOOR  ,   " .4 cyl.,; Aiito,  low kms, Warranty  Wharf Rd, Sachalt  DL 5936 885-3281  Public   transit   business.  886-2268;6r 886-3595, Tarry.  y,' .iiC'Ji- ..    0 _:'.. TFN.  South Coast  Ford  1984 F150 PICKUP  . Six, 4 speed; canopy,   '  1owner, 36,000 kms   '  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  PL 5936 885-3281 '      j  Now you caii  phone us FREE  from  an  on the Coast.  COAST NEWS  has an office in  The Bookstore  .Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-3930  AND...  .we honour.  Visa and : ..  Mastercard  for your further  convenience.  and we'll help you place*your'  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIED  BY PHONE!  ��#' .'*..���: ������"J.^Wi:0i:^^T^:i  You can enjoy the  convenience of |,|^  Phone-Ih Classifieds by  calling our Sechelt Office  885-3930  TUESDAY TO FRIDAY  "     '' ' - '.���     :- *" _,������/���-''."  The Sunshine  Cowrie St. Scchdt      Cruice Lane Gibsons  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  Th;ese Ads appear in the more than 75 Newspapers of the B.C. and Yukon Community:'-���'.'"������'���  .Newspapers Association and reach 900,000 homes and a potential two million readers.    ,  $129. for 25 words ($3. per each additional word)  Call the COAST NEWS at 885-3930 to place one  AUTOMOTIVE  EDUCATIONAL  Buy/ lease any truck or RV.  Nothing down OAC, LTL  9000 with contract. We deliver. Call Bob Langstaff or  Tom Morgan collect 464-  0271, toll free 1-800-242-  FORD. D.L. 5231.  Buy/lease any gas/diesel  truck direct from volumie  factory dealer. Nothing  down OAC. Easy monthry  payments. Call Wally or Al'  McKenzie toll free. 1-800-  242-FORD. D.L. 5231.  Buy/lease any gas/diesel  truck direct. Rangers from  $156 MO. Nothing down  OAC. We deliver. Call Gary  or Mark for immediate approval toll free 1-800-242-  FORD. D.L. 5231.  Buy!! - 1987 - Cutlass - two  Door. $275. Mo. - incl. Tax  and Ins. Phone Credit, pne  day approval. Trades accepted. Trucks Available. Call  1-800-663-5742 or 522-0626.  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES   Hazelton B.C. - for sale.  Convenience store with residential home (1,900 sq. ft.)  above & warehouse (3,000  sq. ft.). Formerly a whole--  sale & bakery. Contact Warren at 842-5466 after five  p.m.  ;���  Children's Furniture Franchise. Brand new concept.  Low investment. Open and  operating - great location!  Richmond store now available - call Monica collect  (604)278-5607. Incredible  profit potential! ��� ���      -  Due to health must sell  growing independent pro-  pane company on Vancouver  Island. Gallonage increasing  yearly. Bulk and cylinder  delivery. Retail store. Write  Box 831, Duncan, B.C. V9L  3Y2.    ______  Watch video movies free;  Own your own video chain  six locations. Selling 50%  shares. 1985 fixes assets  $330,000. Write "Video",  Box 2545, Smithers, B.C.  VOJ 2N0.  Become an auctioneer. Canadian champion instructors.  Classes start Jan 12-23,  1987. Jordan & McLean  School of Auctioneering Box  94, Kitscoty, Alberta TOB  2P0. (403)846-2211, (403)  842-5528.       j   l-ree: 1986 guide to study-  at-home correspondence  Diploma courses for prestigious careers: Accounting,  Aifconditioniiig, Bookkeeping, Business, Cosmetology,  Electronics, i Legal/Medical  Secretary, Psychology, Travel. Granton:, (1A) 1055  West Georgia Street #2002,  Vancouver, 1-800-268-1121.  EQUIPMENT*  MACHINERY'  1985 Western Star c/w  Peerless log trailer, Knight  dog logger, SI.Scales, Extra  rims, tires & chains. Area 6  license. Phone 1-549-3362  eves.    ������..������   ': -j . ���  FOR SALE MISC.  Writers, Histoijians, Organizations - Maple Lane Publishing Services .-' editing, ,  typesetting, printing, marketing for short-run Cana- .  dian books. Boix 247, Mats-  qui, B.C. VOX 1SO. 820-  0721. ! -���  .  Snowmobilers - One of the  largest inventories of new  and used partsjin B.C. We  wreck machine? all makes.  Williams Outdoor Recreation, Box 242, Lac La  Hache. 396-7639.    ���  By tender 1971 Bombardare  Ski-Dozer SV300 six-way hydraulic blade skihill packer  Harucsh Handleton 900 ft.  long C/W 12 H/P Wisconsin gas motor 12 yrs.old.  Lee 455-2419 5:30-6:30 p.m.  Box 6, Lytton, B.C.  Lighting Fixtures. Western  Canada s largest display.  Wholesale and retail. Free  Catalogues available. Nor-  burn Lighting Centre, 4600  East Hastings Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 2K5. Phone  1-299-0666.  NFL - NHL - CFL - NBA -  PGA - MLB - Sportswear &  Collectabies,. everything for  a sports fan. Ca|l ProSports  Den for mail orders 276-  0330.  FOR SALE, MISC.  PERSONALS  Montreal Military Surplus:  Workshirts $2.75, workpants  $3.50, workboots $15. For  catalogue, send $2 (reimbursed first order): Military  Surplus, Box 243, St. Timo-  thee, Quebec, JOS 1X0.  Save money on National  brand vitamins and minerals. (Nu-Life, Swiss, Quest,.  etc). For catalogue send Self  addressed stamped envelope: Golden Pantry, Box  1640, Salmon Arm, B.C.  VOE 2T0. .  GARDENING  10' x 10' Greenhouse $149.  1000W Metal Halide $195.  Plus 10,000 gardening products. Great prices. Send  $2. for info-pack. Western  Water Farms, 1244 Seymour  Street, Vancouver, B.C.  V6B 3N9 (604)682-6636.  HELP WANTED  Executive Director required  for CCNA national office,  Toronto. Strong community  newspaper background.  Public relationsy communications, organization, administration abilities essential. Effective June 1, 1987.  Write: J. Baker-Pearce, Box  280,    Alliston,.   Ont.    LOM  1A0.  '  -   ���  Experienced pressman is required by expanding Fraser  Valley newspaper company.  Applicants must be prepared to.: work evening and  night shifts. Goss Urbanite  and Atlas Web Leader experience an advantage.  Good benefit package and  opportunities for advancement. Send written resume  before December 12, 1986,  to: Production Foreman,  Hacker Press, Ltd., 34375  Cyril Street, Abbotsford,  B.C. V2S 2H5.        World Vision aids families .  in underdeveloped countries. ; Please volunteer for  lopal tasks - for their sake  and yours. Call World VIs-  fon in Richmond at 272-0140  collect.  PERSONALS  Kids love mail. Send letter  and $3.00 for a personal  reply from Santa, North  Pole, Dept 79, Box 4276,  Station 'A', Victoria, B.C.  V8X 3X8.   Meet someone new.Person- ���  al Acquaintance Service,  B.C. Regional Office, 1410  West 12th Ave., Vancouver,  V6H 1M8. Since 1967, we  have introduced thousands  for friendship and rriarriage. -  Dates Galore. For all ages  and unattached. Thousands  of members anxious to meet  you. Prestige Acquaintances. Call, Toll Free 1-800-  263-6673. Hours: 9 a.m. to 7  p.m.    ,        '  Singles Line. The sensible  alternative to singles bars  and chance encounters. ~ A  singles telephone club for  selective, unattached adults  of all areas. Singles "Line  1-688-5683. .   SERVICES   Major ICBC Personal Injury  Claims? Carey Lihde, Lawyer, 14 years, 1650 Duran-  leau, Vancouver. Phone collect 0-684-7798 for. Free  How to Information;.. ICBC  Claims anc| Awards. "We  work only for you -never  for ICBC, and you pay us  only after we collect." Affiliated Offices in Campbell  River, Kamloops, Kelowna,  Victoria. Nanaimo, Williams  Lake, Nelson, Prince George.  Injured? Frustrated? Call  collect for free consultation  0-736-8261. Major Personal  Injury Claims. Joel A. Wen-  er, Lawyer experienced . in  injury cases since 1968.  Contingency fees available:  1632 W. 7th, Vancouver.  Mutual Funds. Rates negotiable. RRSP's, Bluechips,  Gold Stocks... free brochures-consultation. John Gordon/Lawrence Nicol - 37  years experience. Richardson Greenshields, #500-1066  West Hastings, Vancouver.  V6E 3X1. (604)682-1751.  Grandparents - give your  grandchild a lifetime gift -  registered education savings  plan * Tax-sheltered dollars  to pay for their post-secondary education ���*:'���.' Savings  insured by C.D.I.C. * A  non-profit foundation established in 1965. For prospectus and complete  C.D.I.C. information call 1-  416-363-5231.  TRAVEL  Bellingham. .Washington  Lodging, winter rates, double occupancy $50. Canadian  Funds. .Breakfast-spas-  ESPN. Coachman Inn-Park  Motel - both on Samish  Way, Exit 252i:. (206)733-  8280: B.C:-(604)224-6226.  When in Vancouver, Burnaby,. Richmond "The Most  Beautiful Breakfast in The  World" is a must!!! Huge  Dutch Pancakes. Only at  Dutch Pannekoek Houses.  Seven locations.    Picadilly Hotel, 620 W. Pender, Vancouver, B.C. Quiet  Clean Comfortable Budget  Accommodation. European  Charm situated in the shadows of two giant shopping  complexes, Sears Tower &  Pacific Centre. Reservations  1 -669-15S6. >  Vancouver Getaway - St.  Regis Hotel, Heart of Downtown, . close to shopping.  Clean, comfortable,-full facilities; rooms from $35.  nightly or' $175. weekly.  Coffee shop, lounge & pub.  Call Collect for reservations  (604)-681-1135.  .  Christmas Shopping in Vancouver. Dufferin Hotel opposite Capitol 6 Theatres  and Pacific Centre Mall.  Full facilities/free pairking,  $29: single or double daily. .  $125. weekly, Call Collect  (604)-683-4251:  Skiers: Lake Louise, ���'. Canada's Favorite Ski Area has  ski weeks, from. $99., mini  weeks from $76. and January Specials from $89. Reservations/information 1-800-  661-1158.  Shoppers Special/Vancouver  Getaway $39. single or double, children no charge. Abbotsford Hotel, Heart of  Downtown, five minutes to  shopping malls. Call collect  (604)-681-4335. 10% Dis-  count. Bring this Ad.   classifieds  one call does it all  25 words $i29l'.f_i Coast News, December 8,1986  There were two games in the  10 and 11 year old age group  last week. The Sechelt Lions  won over Gerry Gaundry's  team by a score of 7-1 and in the  other game the score was 11-9  for John Nicherson's team over  Elphinstone Recreation.  In the 8 and 9 year old division there were two games  played also. In the first game,  Gibsons Building Supplies beat  Roberts Creek Legion by a  score of 5-2. In the second game  of this age group, Shop Easy  won narrowly over Elphinstone  Recreation by a score of 2-1.  The rule of off-side. A player  is off-side if he is nearer to his  opponent's goal line than the  ball unless;  (a) he is in his own half of the  field or,.  (b) there are at least two of  his opponents nearer their own  goal line than he i��  Now here comes the tough  part of the rule to understand.  A player shall not be declared  off-side by the referee;  (a) merely because of being in  an off-side position or,  (b) if he receives the ball,  direct, from a goal kick, a corner kick, a throw in, or when it  has been dropped by the  referee.  In (a).above,-as long- as the  player isn't seeking to gain advantage iri being ih the off-side  position then you may see the  referee ignore the off-side call.  But if the off-side player makes  a motion to play the ball or  distracts the ^opposing team's  player then he should be called  for off-side.  Off-side shall not be judged  at the moment the player in  question receives the ball, but at  the moment when the ball is  passed to him by one of his own  side. A player who is not in an .  off-side position when one of  his colleages passes the ball to  him or takes a free kick, does  not therefore become off-side if  he goes forward during the  flight of the ball.  "*   ���-.      '-:.   STANDINGS'  8 & 9 YEAR OLDS  Shop Easy  Roberts Creek Legion   y  Elphinstone Recrestion  '  Gibsons Building Supplies  10 & 11 YEAR OLDS  Sechelt Dons '  Frank Hoehne  John Nickerson  Gerry Gaudry  Elphinstone. Recreation "~'������  WL  5 2  0  2  T  4  4  6  1  1  TP  111  1 1  2 6  0 14  8  2 0  2 0 8  1 0 12  5 0 2  6 0 2  The Sunshine  886-2622  Serving the Community since 1945  Wemissed the lastSunday Ferry'With  the newspaper last week, for the third time  in ten years.  It was a wild and windy night and the  Gibsons Water Taxi had boat troubles.  But operator Scott Benson found  another boat and despite the weather saw  the Coast News safely to the other side.  It was an act of personal courage and  commitment and it is our pleasure to  recommend Gibsons Water Taxi for  resolute, dependable service*  Sincerely,  Mi  >  John Burnside  Publisher  In Atom action, the Stars  defeated the Wings 7-4. Big  scorer for . the Wings was  Michael Yates with 4 goals, a  pair for Jason Webster, and a  single to Adam Clark. Scott  Doyle scored both goals for the  .Wings, ������;'..'"  In PeeWee play, the Trail  Islanders beat the Thunderbirds  9-4. Brad Wingfield and Kurtis  Francis had hat-tricks, with  singles to Cody Munson, Mike  Lewis and Glenn Allen. Replying in the loss were Jason  Cochet, Gordon Hunter j Dean  Stockwell and Brian Dusen-  bury.  The Blackhawks defeated the  T-birds 7-2 with Francis Dixon  scoring 5 and solos to Graham  Ruck and Brian Fitchell. Gordon Hunter and an own-goal  resulted in the scoring for the  T-birds.   .  In Bantam action, the Powell  River Regals team, visited the  Peninsula. In the first game, the  locals were completely dominated, and lost 11-3. Shane Joe,  David Paetkau and Darren  Pollock scored for the locals.  The next day, with a bolstered  roster,\the locals lost a hotly .y  contested match by a score of  2A __l_^__-_-i,i^^i-i; "  MOVI  OUT  SALE  War toys  children's  Continued from page 2  to the playground and into their  everyday life".  Doctor Arnold Goldstein,  Director of the Center for  Research on Aggression, University of Syracuse: "Playing  with war toys legitimizes and  makes violent behaviours acceptable. It desensitizes children to  the dangers and harm of violent  behaviour and increases the  chance that they will resort to  violent behaviour.  "The degree that youngsters  are learning to take pleasure  from aggression decreases their  ability to learn empathy, negotiation, and co-operation... I  would recommend that parents  now allow violent toys in,their  homes, but purchase nonviolent toys and games."  Are there any good alternatives to war toys? Of course  there are:  Pets, dolls, blocks, puzzles,  records, games, for example  Yahtzee, Scrabble, etc., sports  equipment, frizbees, kites j roller  skates, stilts, kitchen or garden  tools, scientific and exploring  toys such as magnets,  microscopes, telescopes, chemistry sets, or aquariums,  musicaltoys such as guitars,  recorders, harmonicas, or  xylophones, fishing gear, camping equipment, electronics kits,  stationery, etc.  And of course, Books. Not  only are there storybooks for all  ages, but there are non-fiction  books to encourage a child's interest in, for example, astronomy, animals, rock or stamp  collecting, cooking, carpentry,  etc. And there are song books,  craft books, game books, etc.  Consult your local library,  school librarian, or child's  teacher to see what books are  popular and recommended for  children.  M'ako this  NEW  .EAR'S EVE  j gastronomic affair!  Hiii-hruok Indue __..-_..._.  affect  behaviour  Of course there are those who  argue, that They played with  guns when They were kids and  THEY didn't turn out to be  crazed killers! It's normal, it's  harmless, they say.  Maybe. But maybe not. At  least not in every case, the experts say. And not according to  those who point out that with  nuclear weapons we cannot survive another world war. Better  to be teaching our children to  co-operate and negotiate, rather  than to simulate murder and to  accept the values of militaristic  thinking.  tf^He^Tj  off  rO all brass  Also buy, sell, trade:  Silver, Gold, Stamps,  Coins, Comic Books  Drop in and enter our big  s===_STAMP DRAW^===e  THE  COIN SHOP  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  886-8142  Third Anniversary  cab t  Fri.toMon., Dec. 12- 15 Df\l-t-  many PET SUPPLY & FLOWER  SPECIALS!  ��� Sample Gina's Bon Bons!  Delicious hand-dipped Belgian Chocolates  and Belgian chocolate Desserts   y ���  v       ��� Featuring Rowland  Rock ___ Gem Jewellery  Pets n  NEW LOCATION  '5644 Cowrie St., Sechelt (next to Family Bulk Foods)  I'.'i  __M'-  885-5525  These prices will  not be repeated after Dec. 31, i986  BOOK NOW!  Bookings will b6 taken for the Mon. of Jan. only, at these prices  but a 25% deposit must be in our office by Dec. 23.  SUNSHINE  CARPET CARE  883-9486  PLUS NO PAYMENTS 'till March oa_  You can buy a New Car or Truck ANY PLACE  But you can't get Service like Sunshine's NO PLACE  SAVINGS  UP TO  All stock must go by December 20/86        ���<  fe      J* S__&_BSS5!_5W  DL7711  885-2030  885-7030  i  i  p      Hwy 101, Sechelt  \<  '86 CUTLASS SUPREME  4 DOORS   Because ��* a sPecial Purchase,  we can sell these for  Nice Options - Brand New  or LEASE FROM s294 ��EARCMTH'  NEED TRANSPORTATION?  HOW ABOUT THESE:  1978 Ram Charger 4x4  1978 GMC Van  1977 Ford Van Conversion  1974 Pontiac Parisienne  ONLY $895  ONLY $695  ONLY $495  ONLY $199  n  ���:b/'M  w  ���w  ���11  p  i  m  H  if 4  f - ;.  I .  ''$  i.5  'TcDo^etoda^ 22.  Coast News, December 8,1986  I  a'  are going  if  come to diBPOM m w*mmmmm w&wl j__  _> __ ,-if  JJ Qualified Colour.  ��     Consultant  JJ Phone now for appt.  X        886-2717  Jf. - Gift Certificates  ft    Available  */��� ��� Ready-Knit Sweaters'  Jf ��� Specialty Yarns  X THE KNIT WIT  ft Hwy 101, Gtb��o������ M6-27171  /��  ��� *&~(l  Be sure to Enter your name  I with each purchase for the  3rd annual  Up to  % OFF  Marine, Fishing & Giftware  DON'1  MISS  IT! *  A  > W. _uv  gibsons man  to win  Framed Picture -Show Piece Gallery  Large Chocolate Santa - Truffles, the Candy Store  Glorious Gift Basket - Landing General Store'  Gift Certificate - Wishful Thinking  Lunch for 2 - The Mariner's Restaurant  ...AND MOREI  1  kWmom  xm<&  ��HC. e 42'  ��;,i  ���.   ..it-*  ���f     V  RAIN, SLEET/OR SNOW=  We're always ready to go  Scott Benson  886-7868  GIBSONS WATERTAXI  This year It's all happening at  GIBSONS L4N1IN&  49 Gibsons Landing Merchants  standing by tp help you  ���������  |  i  X  .  ���_���  mflRINER'S  RESTAURANT  Now Open  on ihe waterfront,  Gibsons  -Featurlng-  LIVE SEAFOOD  Oysters, Lobster, Crab. etc.  SALAD BAR  and a fine selection of  Daily changing Entrees  1  1  Open Dally  11 am -11 pm  We invite you to  dine with us!  Heather & Laurie  (former chefs at the  ���   Cedars Pub)  From the Staff  HYAK MARINE  1886-9011  Gibsons Landing  .  Next lo Ken _ Lucky Dollar  Gibsons  FISH MARKET  Contact us for  your special seafood needs  for the Holiday Season  CHRISTMAS SPECIALS  Cooking Shrimp  King Krab Flakes  lb.  lb.  _l��___r        ior i uu       -_tr*_l_  ^^ ana VOOR PET y7���  WISIIFITI,  THIIV_iIi\T��  455 Marine Priv��ge6_3812  i  ��� ������  i  %  i  ;!  \  1%   Gibsons Landing  _J  candy store  Open seven days a week  886-7522  Centrally  Located  Weekly Rate -15% Discount   I am. ex. |  Close to *Stores *Pubs *Nightclub * Banks *Restaurants  *Post Office *Clean and Comfortable Rooms and  Cottages *Full Kitchen Units 'Colour Cable TV Reservations Advised  886-2401  886-3436  Why not give them a Professional Appearance!  We can type them for you!        Give us a try!  Besumes �� Personalized Form Letters ��� Cbfrespondence  and others "yky'y-y'  Professional Typing & Secretarial Services  (Word Processing)        !     .   ;  ^Classic Office Aultomatioii^^  Showpiece Gallery  GIFTS GALORE  .   - Stained Glass, Blown Glass .  Pottery, Wooden Toys, Cards  iff**  GIFTS GALORE  at The Landing General Store  =_���  B  m  m  _.*  ll  'I  Selby'sTqffees & Brittle   '     '     *      y  Crabtree 8c Evelyn Soaps & Comestibles  Specialty Teas & Coffees and of course  Gibsons Landing, BC  :-.k,.ky^k\i' -k^  m)  ������  ���_��  (*���  s  (0  =)f  Clirlsinias $ift ldea$.  .Something for everyone  Cards  * Wrapping  * Stuffed Animals  "'Glasses * Cutlery  MARY'S VARJ��jy  v;'.. f'      ^-'iy^H'^      886-8077  Gower Point Rd  Gibsons Landing  = .  X  Passport Photon  Film, Batteries  Good selection  of Frames  Quality Finishing for  all your Holiday Photos  Photo Copies, 20c ea.  enlarges &/or reduces 1  WEBBER FAST PHOTO  275 Gower Point Rd., Gibsons Landing     886-2947  VIV*S ANTIQUE ATTIC  fail '6 &*$(fattvUfi  across from Ken's Lucky Dollar, Gibsons Landing  Christmas Gifts for all ages.  Brass  Piilows  Wooden Tree Ornaments  .Dolls  Cards               ;���  Music Boxes  Prints (local artists)  Silk Scarves  Lamps '������-'  Christmas Toys  Old Books  Quilted Hoops  Collectabies  , Pottery  Miniatures . ��� ���  Gift Baskets  BKli&  '^niifl  :Gift Certificates1  Come to the Smallest Mall  with the Biggest Selection  of  Antiques, Collectabies, Local Crafts  Regular Hours: Sun thru Sat, 10*5  Christmas Hours: Open Late Fri., Dec. 19  thru Tues., Dec. 23  886-3251  f  1  I  ���_���  i  *���)  I  K  i  i  X

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