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Array *: /*'-.�����.**�������*  ���--3.*- r- ���*  Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, BC  V8V 1X4  .?7&  On fish farms  Wilson charges  inside lobbying  A long-standing Coast tradition is carried on this year at Oldershaw  Road (just on the Sechelt side of the Peninsula Hotel on Highway  Baker's beached boat  101) where the Weal family's Christmas light display is legendary.  Visitors are welcome between 6 pm and 10 pm each night of the  holiday season.  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) has endorsed a  letter sent by Director Gordon  Wilson to Premier Vander Zalm  protesting what appears to be  'insider lobbying' on the part of  some members of the aquaculture community to Commissioner David Gillespie who  recently conducted public hearings on the Sunshine Coast and  other areas of B.C.  Wilson takes exception to the  following   paragraphs   of   a  . report made to shareholders of  Aquarius Seafarms, circulated  by Mr. Norbert Kraft:  "The provincial government's fin-fish aquaculture inquiry, which Was announced  earlier this year, has drawn a lot  of publicity, but I'm convinced  there will be good news coming  out of it. Even before many  provincial ministries had met  with inquiry chairman David  Gillespie I had a meeting with  him and was able to put forward a detailed report on how  Aquarius fits into the provincial  aquaculture scene. I was left  with a very positive feeling. He  has been instructed by Lands  and Forests Minister Jack  Kempf to have a report done by  early December, and I'm confident the industry will fare well.  "At the same time we've been  in discussions with Mr. Kempf  and liiis Deputy Minister of  Lands, Tom Lee., and have  received assurances our expansion plans won't be impaired by  the .moratorium or inquiry.  While the formal inquiry has  caused problems for new foreshore applications for some,  our current leases for expansion  next year are , proceeding as  planned." y ?. .  In his ; letter tciyPremier  Vander Zalm, Wilson contends:  "It is with the greatest respect,  sir, that I submit to you that this ..  kind of closed door lobbying  has created a climate of distrust  and contempt for"due process  felt by local residents, commercial fishermen, recreational  users, and local government ofr-  ficials. This 'back room' style  that has a. minister providing  assurances to a lobbyist before  the Gillespie report is filed is the  very kind of issue that has  created much of the conflict  surrounding aquaculture that  exists today."  Wilson points out in his letter  to the premier that the SCRD,  along \vith commercial fishermen and local residents have  made their submissions to Mr.  Gillespie in open public session,  and not in a privately hosted  meeting that was arranged for  the industry.  Maxwell defends town position  %���.  by John Burnside  Alderman Bob Maxwell has  ^Wfered a spij^e^i;deiferice in a  memo addressed to the Mayor  and Council, of the actions of  tlie elected officials and staff of  the Town of Gibsons in the controversy surrounding Al Baker  and his beached boat, in which  defeated alderman ic candidate  Ken Collins has twice appeared  before council as a spokesman,  "...the portrayal of Mr. Al  Baker as a free blithe contemporary version of Robinson  Crusoe cast upon the shores of  an inhospitable community  does not convey the complete,  correct picture," says Alderman  Maxwell in his memo.  The alderman points out that  he had been dealing with the  matter of Baker and the beach-,  ed boat since late in October,  acting   upon   complaints   of  residents nearby;  "I formed the opinion that  the ,4gsiS.pn^  jurisdiction over -trie town's.  recreational waterlot lease, confirmed to me by the ministry's  (Lands and Forests) spokesman, Mr. Larry Sorkin, to have  the owner remove the vessel  from the foreshore was the  logical thing to do...  "To ignore the complaints of  the adjacent residents in the  matter of the boat owner's toilet  habits would show council to be  non-accountable to the electorate, many of whom have the .  fruits of a lifetime of work invested in their properties."  Alderman.Maxwell also took  issue with Collins' advocacy on  behalf of Baker in the matter of  the relationship between that individual and Gibsons Marina,  during which Collins alleged  that Secretary-Treasurer God-  *a  dard was conspiring with, Gibsons Marina to turn a public-1"  ��� facility into &private-facility:^- *  "Mr.'Collihsdid ridMrifbfm  council, in his role as advocate,  that Mr. Baker having recently  acquired the vessel, which appears to have no registered  licence as required by Canada  Shipping Act under small vessel  regulations, informed the  marina management that he  could not afford the launching  fee and wished to leave the  vessel in their parking lot. He  was  j  "<ysr  not permitted to, for  J&siness reasons, and he asked  f g,;^iipw a Jaucket of tar that,  lie had noticed .it___md to.patch  the vessel's: transom; He was  given the tar and advised that he  could launch on a 'pay later  basis'.       v  "The launching resulted in  the boat sinking and it remained  on one half of the launching  ramp constituting a hindrance  for a number of days to the  Please turn to page 4  SCRD budget  The 1987 budget was approved by the Sunshine Coast  Regional Board featuring an anticipated total expenditure of  $5,450,693 and a welcome reduction in taxation revenue of  7.26 per cent.  Expenditures will be met by applying the surplus carried  over from 1986 and by additional income such as an expected  planning grant for Halfmooi__Bay.  Sechelt's retreat  The issue of where and when Sechelt Municipal Council  will go in retreat has finally been settled.  Alderman Anne Langdon submitted several location options at last week's meeting of the Ways and Mean Committee.  The committee voted unanimously to accept the Driftwood  Inn's offer of free facilities and council will go into retreat on  January 4 and 5.  Theatre project  Way clear for final drive  by George Smith  Sechelt to stay in  regional economy  Community development officer Irene Lugsdin will have to  follow-up on the application by  supplying necessary documentation to support it. Once the  money is sent, it will be up to  Mayors Strom and Koch and  Chairman Jim Gurney to divide  the funds equitably.  Alderman Joyce Kolibas  made a motion that Sechelt stay  in the EDC for 1987 and apply  for the funds outlined in the letter from COED.  Alderman Mike Shanks expressed a difficulty in dealing  with the EDC, but Mayor Koch  pointed out, "It's difficult to  evaluate what the Sunshine  Coast Regional District" or the  EDC do without being there. I  think we should all make it a  point to attend some of the  meetings."  Koch also stated that  although at one time there were  a lot of rumours going around  about the past economic  development commissioner Oddvin Vedo, he wanted to go on  record about the matter. "At  the present time there is no  doubt in my mind about his not  doing his job. I believe he did."  The debate continued briefly  with Alderman Anne Langdon  commenting, "I have difficulty  co-operating with the regional  district." But the motion to participate was finally passed with  only Aldermen Langdon and  Short opposed.  The issue of Sechelt's participation   in   the   Economic  Development   Commission  (EDC) has finally been laid to  :j-est, at least for 1987. At Sechelt  District   Council   committee  meeting on Wednesday, Mayor  Bud Koch told council that he  ;:had . changed   his   reasoning  about opting out of the EDC.  He explained that, by law, it  was not possible to simply  withdraw from the commission.  Either the commission had to  vote for them to leave or a  special dispensation had to be  obtained from Victoria.  "It's the same change of  reasoning that Gibsons Council  has had," he said. "They're in  the commission whether they  like it or not."  ; While he thought that by  _>imply holding out and not participating things.might change,  a letter received last week from  the Community Organization  for Economic Development  (COED) program prompted  Koch to change his attitude.  The letter stated that there  was a total of $93,750 available  to the Sunshine Coast through  the program. $56,250 of the  money would be retroactive  payments for 1985 and 1986,  but the money is only available  if Gibsons, Sechelt and the  regional district can bury the  hatchet and sign a joint letter  applying for the funds by  December 15, 1986.  The Eileen Glassford Arts  Foundation, displaying a new  professionally aggressive style,  descended in force on Tuesday's  Planning Committee of Gibsons  Council and won council's  unanimous support for another  year. The Firehall Theatre Project was granted an extension of  their lease in Holland Park to  the end of 1987 to allow the  group time to get funding in  place.  Mr, Rai Purdy, the new  foundation president, outlined  their proposal which Committee  Chairman Alderman Bob Maxwell described as "admirable in  format."  Supported by glossy architectural design renderings, a scale  model of the theatre complex  and a conceptual briefing by ar.  chitect Paul Merrick, Mr. Purdy presented a confident fund-  raising and building strategy  which replaces a previous  gradual, more idealistic approach.  As a veteran of 39 telethon  fund-raising campaigns and a  successful television producer/director, Mr. Purdy brings experienced leadership to  the new foundation board.  Alderman Maxwell commented "A lot of very practical  people have come into your  organization; you are to be  commended."  A plan tp begin the project  slowly with a 100 seat theatre  has been scrapped in favour of  treating the project as a 'whole  endeavour'. Mr. Purdy asserted  that they "need people in a certain number of seats to pay  off...no use going into something that couldn't possibly  pay."  A state-of-the-art 300 seat  theatre which can be expanded  to seat 500 at need will adjoin  the old fire hall which will be  recreated in its original image  -complete with peaked roof and  hose tower. The fire hall will  contain an entrance foyer,  multi-purpose  hall and small  bar to provide revenue at performances.  A terrace and Shakespearean  garden will round out the complex which will provide a refurbished landmark and cultural  focus for the community.  The fund-raising drive which  is already in progress will aim  for more than $1,000,000 in  1987. It will stress the importance of the facility as a tourism  draw to Gibsons as a destination point and as avmuch needed  performing arts centre for the  Sunshine Coast.  Please turn to page 15  Noted architect Paul Merrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merrick of Roberts Creek, explained the  latest thinking on the Firehall Theatre project to Gibsons Council last week with the aid of a model of the  theatre and his architectural drawings. See adjacent story. Coast News, December 15,1986  I  i  _  L  _���  \  ��������  !.  I*  .  ��  .  r ���  l  f  _  >  ��-  ��� ���*  . .*  t_*  ? ���_*  It  _H  *_>  Welebme, but...  The decision of Sechelt Council to participate in the  regional economic function is welcome news indeed. But  what a fuss they made about it.  They have been advised by Victoria that a considerable  sum of money is available in grants to the Coast if they  simply write a joint letter with Gibsons and the SCRD and  you'd think they'd been asked to sell their grandmothers.  How Alderman Keri Short can justify voting against  writing the letter is an aboslute mystery.  Alderman Langdon is no surprise. We have said before  and will again that she should havle nothing to say in the  matter being a close business associate of Oddvin Vedo  whose, counter proposal was again before council.  Langdon's participating in the discussion is in conflict of  interest because she stood tb gain if council had decided to  turn away from the regional district and go with Vedo.  Also surprising is Mayor Koch's unsolicited defence of  the Vedo record. Mayor Koch uses the dignity of his office  to assert that Vedo had. done a good job at the SCRD.  How would the mayor know? Sechelt was so disenchanted  that they didn't send a representative to the function during the last year of the Vedo tenure. If Mayor Koch thinks  that Vedo did a good job he has certainly stated otherwise  often enough in the past.  Is this new-found admiration designed to set us up for  the expenditure of thousands of Sechelt's dollars to bail  out Vedo, Langdon and the rest of those who gave us the  Aqua West adventure? The mayor is apparently having  discussions with Richard Tomkies about the debt load rolled up and Tomkies is a most persuasive gentleman.  SCRD insensitive  Will the SCRD never learn to take others' views into account?  The most recent rebuff to Gibsons representative Norm  Peterson when he made a sensible suggestion about finding some funding for Gibsons Library frqm the West  Howe Sound Recreation Commission is quite inexcusable.  Why not? Are not libraries recreational? Don't the  residents of West Howe Sound use the really quite good  . little Gibsons library?  ; To spend $5600 on a pet project library study of Director Wilson's at the same time as cutting back the grant to  the municipal libraries -already funded at the lowest level  in this province - is a political absurdity.  S.  3_  _-  5 YEARS AGO  Minister of Municipal Affairs Bill VanderZalm met Friday with members of both village councils and Regional  Board Hi rectors in an effort to clarify options available  for'testfticftiring todal government.  *   'Gibsons Mayor Lorraine Goddalrd told the meeting  .���>tb.at,wh&t,Gibsons.wants is the expansion of the pre-  ;.:sent-��.fiagesvinto two district municipalities. She said  that when the population density of outlying areas  reaches a certain level, these areas should be forced to  join the village.  Sechelt Mayor Bud Koch said that given the current  economic conditions, things should remain the same  until legislation allowed for a county system.  10 YEARS AGO  The Queen of New: Westminster docked at the  Langdale Ferry Terminal this week. She will replace the  old Sunshine Coast Queen which will probably be sold,  the Queen of New Westminster can carry up to 196  vehicles.  "Mr. Scrooge" a musical drama, opens this week at  Elphinstone Gym under the able direction of Ken  Dalgleish with Ian Corrance, Rob Ashby, Heather  Hpgan, - Geoff MadocJones with play the miserly Mr.  Scrooge. V :./������ :^'"���!���'  20 YEARS AGO  At Sechelt's Council meeting last week, the chairman, Mrs. Chris Johnson appointed councillors Ben  Lang and Louis Hansen to visit the new building at  Hackett Park and report on the condition of the building  arid its contents.  Councillor Joseph Benner protested, maintaining  that he, as recreation chairman, should be included.  The chairman said that the whole council could go if  it wanted to.  30 YEARS AGO  A petition signed by 10 business firms and residents  ,,on the waterfront road in SeChelt requesting the condition of this road be improved was received by the  Village Commissioners.  Commissioner Harold Wilson reported to the Village  Commission that the highways department was considering placing a cement bridge across Mission Creek  hear Wilson Creek, but plans were not yet complete.  The bridge was washed away during the terrific storm  one year ago and a temporary bridge has been in use  since. '  As a result of complaints during the recent heavy  rains, the commission will check culverts to see what  improvements can be made.  .-V** YEARS AGO  Powell River.and District may .rest assured that its  few sturdy.hordes will-hot be drafted into the Canadian  Army,.because that body has.'announced that horses  are definitely on the way out.  The Sunshine  IP  Hi  PRODUCTION  Linda Dixon .. 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SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: 1 year $30; 6 months $18; Foreign: 1 year $35  Christmas view  ;*s  "You're very quiettoday,"  said Jake. . :-   ^'  He and I were having a<game  of chess by his woodstovein the  cabin whilst outside the^wind  hurled the raindrops against the  window and the black wfflnut  tree groaned and danced in the  wind. ; 'k ;:^v'  "Haven't got much I waftt to  say, Jake." ;--'  "It is not that you fear  defeat, by chance?''      '���> ���<���;>  "Come on, Jake., youT^how  better than that. It's just ��that  with the Canadian government  making a botch of the co-called  free trade discussions; the  Americans selling arms to the  Ayatollah; and the world armed  to the teeth and_:bris_ttng3i_th  _5Wspicipn._a.nd: . feajE;,^.there  doesn'ts^n^liice^a lot :6P comment that one might make that  would'in any way put- abetter*-*.  light on the subject:" *   Jake said nothing for awhile.  He appeared to be looking out  the window and listening to the  storm, though there was  precious little could be .seen of  the Gulf of Georgia through the  rain-battered ^window. ^The .���  chess board seemed the farthw��st  thing from his mind though it  was his move and had been  Peace Talk  when he opened the conversation.  "Yes, it's a difficult and  dangerous time," he said finally. "And it's hard to see how  mankind as he is presently on  course will see it through to the  end of this century. But, you  know, as I think T.S. Eliot said  in Preludes, I paraphrase,  despite it all there lives the  dearest sweetness at the bottom  of all.  "There is a great yearning for  life and love, for giving and  sharing. Surely that's what people mean by the good in mankind and surely somehow it will  have some effect on the final  outcome.  ��� "That's why. I like  . Chnstmas," said Jake, surpris-  - iiigly because I-had hot known  ^milo b<_ ^ticuiarly ^ftiine  ������with;the season; before, y :''  *TTike Chrisfmas~ because it  reminds us to give in a society  that preaches getting at all costs  for the balance of the year. It  preaches a message of love and  forgiveness in a world which  seems to want to tear itself  apart.  .-y "I don't know how many  Christmasses I have left, but  : I've never lost the: wonder and  the hope that is born each  Christmas time as fragile and  unlikely as a new-born babe in a  stable. There is a great need for  such symbols in this war-torn,  war-weary, greedy and seemingly suicidal world."  "That's quite a speech���,  Jake," I said.  "It seemed to me you needed  a little reinforcement," said<  Jake. ,       .     j  "Check."   ,  The Oxen  Christmas Eve, and twelve of the clock,  "Now they are all on their knees,"  An elder said as we sat in a flock  By the embers in hearthside ease.  We pictured the meek mild creatures where  They dwelt.in their strawy pen,  Nor did it occur to one of us there  To doubt they were kneeling then.  .���iN-..1/'^.''���'.  .V*>;'  So fair a fancy few would.weave:  In these years! Yet, ffeet;  If someone said on Christmas Eve,  "Come; see the oxen kneel  "In the lonely barton by yonder coomb  Our childhood used to know," "'  I should go with him in the gloomy <0    '������ ������-���  Hoping it might be so.  Thomas Hardy:  Ai_ alternative to war  ' .&  by Alan Wilson  These days one frequently  hears nuclear weapons described as 'useless'. Even militaryif1.  ficers and government officials  are beginning to admit that no  rational purpose can be served  by nuclear war. And now a  serious attempt is being made to  have these devices declared illegal.''".. :y.is-\;.;_J.':---.^r'  The: World Federalists.... of!  Canada (WFC) are working  with the 600-member Lawyers  for Social Responsibility, ti>e  National Union of Provincial  Government Employees,./ anfja;  growing number of yotnfer  groups (over 40 so far)^i��  mount a legal .challenge | to  nuclear weapons. The intention  is to have the'Siipreme Court of  Canada declare 'that nuclear,  weapons, their manufacture,  possession, deploym(_nt^iand  planned use; are illegal under,  international and Canadian ;  law'..- ���..;���������': '';  The case is based oh various  international treaties, customs,  and conventions (eg. the;  Genocide Convention^ Jandpri  the Charter of Rights of the  Canadian Constitution.  The rationale for the case is  simply that if the law is to have  any meaning, citizens must have  some legal basis for challenging  weapons that can annihilate  humanity.  Just as in all other facets of  the Peace issue, the west coast is ...  well represented. Vancouver  lawyer Bruce Torrie drew up the  original outline of the legal  challenge, and international  legal expert, Dr. Edward  McWhinney of SFU and Yale,  will   serve   as   senior   legal  counsel. McWhinney is currently writing a book on the illegality of nuclear weapons.  If successful, the legal action  will yield a court decision that  nuclear weapons are illegal, and  will make Canada a nuclear  weapons free zone.  The WFC see the legal challenge as a way of strengthening  International Law, which despite good intentions is at present largely ignored. The efforts  made throughout this century to  move towards global law and  global government have been  consistently undermined by the  national priorities of various  countries.  As Jonathan Schell warned in  his pivotal book, The Fate of  the.Earth (1982), "the nuclear  powers put a higher value on  national sovereignty than they  do on human survival...while  they ..would naturally prefer to  have both, they are ultimately  prepared to bring an end to  mankind in their attempt to  protect their own countries.  "The peril of extinction is the  price that the world pays...for.  its insistence on continuing to  divide itself up into sovereign  nations."  But, Schell says, "there is no  need to 'abolish war' among the  nuclear powers; it is. already  gone. The choices don't include  war any longer. They consist  now of peace, on the one hand,  and annihilation, on the other."  In the nuclear age, when all  humanity is. imperilled by the  .'sovereign' decisions of any one  nation possessing nuclear  weapons, we clearly must put in  place some international legal  structures.  The WFC is therefore seeking  to have the rule of military force  replaced by the rule of law, to  achieve a world in which international relations are conducted  according to agreed upon principles of justice.  "Why do wars occur?" asks  the WFC. "Because of a combination of two things: 1) conflicts of interest between people  in one country and people in  another, leading to disputes,  and 2) the lack of any effective  peaceful machinery for settling  disputes - machinery that nations  can be compelled to use.  "Disputes are inevitable. But  the lack of a required methodof  settling disputes peacefully has  given nations no alternative to  acquiring military power,"  which leads to threats and  ultimately to war.  The alternative to war is law,  say the WFC. After all", we have  . progressed to the point that  within each nation we routinely  use the judicial process to ensure the citizen's protection.  Why not do this on a global  level?  They would like to see a  stronger UN, including a world  legislature to create laws, a  system of courts to adjudicate  the law, and a permanent UN  peacekeeping force as envisioned by the UN Charter.  Does this mean a loss of  sovereignty? The WFC responds  that there are two types of  sovereignty internal and external. It is their "wish to see a  world in which each nation retains fully its internal sovereignty, but transfers at least  part of its external sovereignty  to a higher authority which' can  more effectively protect everyone against violence and in  justice." ���?���  This is the only real means ;of  achieving security, they argiije.  For "in this age of nuclear 'explosives, no nation, despite. |its  possession pf external sovereignty has any control over; jits  own survival." |  They also point out that any  nation seeking national security  through military strength .is  fated to enter into an endless  arms race with other nations  who view the superior strength  of a rival as a threat to their  own security. Ji.  "There is a substitute Jfor  war," said the National Conference of Catholic Bishopsj in  their Pastoral Letter of 1983.  "There is negotiation underfthe  supervision of a global body  realistically fashioned to dc^ts  job. Obviously the creation of  such a body is a gigantic task.  But it shall never come into, existence unless we make a beginning now." V:  The WFC( movement began  shortly after World War II and  has now spread to 35 countries,  with its headquarters in'fthe  Netherlands. In Canada alrjne  there is a membership of 2000.  And they are closely affiliated  with the Parliamentarians j for  World 1 Order, which has nearly  100 members in Canada (from  all parties) and 600 members  world-wide. , .j.  On the WFC Board of Advisors are: Dr. Rosalie Bertell.  Honourable Iona Campangplo,  Mel Hurtig, Pauline Jewett,<P r.  David Suzuki, Major Genteral  Leonard Johnson, Reverend  Lois Wilson. i;  For information writej to  WFC, 46 Elgin"Street;'Suited,  Ottawa, Ontario Kip 5K6. Coast News, December 15.1986  ;^yfie_i!^>!ri^.^  ' *_���*"  '  ,_���-  Shaske attacks /jjjrablie .��.  j Editor :  -��_ Smoking   is   a  '.because  it is  a  problem  _.-.���_   ���  _._  _  major  and  Jypreventable cause of ill-health,  pad premature death. The magnitude,   and   seriousness   of  smoking are clear, and well-  documented.  ;  ^Second-hand smoke increases  health risks. Cigarette smoke in  various everyday environments  gives rise to levels of harmful  ibstances such as carbon monoxide,   nicotine,   particulates  etc;, wellabjove those normally  .found in the absence of ciga-  It^tte smoke) and in excess of  standards for human exposure.  Tobacco ] smoke aggravates  hsymptoms in non-smokers with  waripus   pre-existing   diseases,  [bailyjexposdre over many years  pmpairs ������;jresjpiratpry   function  id may increase the likelihood  if lung cancer in non-smoking  fedultS.    '   i.y      "���,:���.    yy  jE S6cpnd-hand   smoke   is   a  ^significant sdiirce of annoyance  and irritation in both smokers  and non-smokers.  ;On November 26,1 made the  spfpllowing mption at the SCRD:  "* if that all members of the public  and the Sunshine Coast Regional District directors shall not  smoke on the SCRD premises  except in designated areas.  2) That the SCRD send to all  staff members the  following  <f'questionnaire: Would you support: A. A complete ban on  .smoking in the office. B. A  ??smPWhg room.1 C. Other.  *Ji ���'' This motion is the culmination of research and discussion  with the SCRD staff representative, : SCRD   directors,  5 members  of the public,  the  medical   health   officer   and  health professions.. j  What emerged-was a clear  support. The case for controlling smoking in the workplace,  does not rest on how many do ;  not smoke, it rests on the right '  of every single individual to :  breathable air arid safe, healthy \  working conditions.  It is the  very   essence   of   enlightened  democracy   to   entrench   the  rights of individuals. That is  what the Canadian Charter of  Rights is all..'about.The princi  ple that the -right to saf?.  breathable air at work is fundamental and unabridgeable.  Ih the motion the premises  was used; The meaningof this  word is all buildings and properties. This motion is not a byr  la-V enforceable: throughout the  regional district, it is a statement  about the property and  buildings of the SCRD. It is the  Wish of the SCRD to conduct  our business in a smoke-free environment and.we are politely  requesting   that   people   co  operate and refrain from smoking.  The questionnaire was circulated last week to the staff.  The results were a total ban on  smoking except in a specified  area as a first step towards  cleaner au_y  ' _ As a local politician, I  welcome all people's comments,  suggestions' and support for  future actions.  J. Shaske  Director, Area F  Help restore sight!  Editor:  Christmas! Before long your  readers will be experiencing that  loveliest season of the year, so  what dp they think about  Christmas?  To numerous people, far and  wide it means the celebration of  Jesus Christ...God's gift to the  world. To children who attend  Sunday School it means the excitement of rehearsing for the  Christmas play and singing  carols. To many elderly people  it means lovely memories of  Christmas past.  What though does it mean to  numerous people in the  Developing World? It means  another day of struggling to  live. The destitute and curable  blind have no hope unless some  person who feels compassion  for them sends $25 to Operation  Eyesight Universal, PO Box  123, Station M, Calgary, Alberta T2P 2H6. This $25 will  restore a person to sight paying  for   hospitalization,   surgery,  cataract glasses and follow up  care.  \ ^yy']  If the patient is the breadwin- ,  ner of the family it means that  he or she can once, again work  to provide for their family instead of having to beg. A caurd is  sent to each donor with name,  sex, age and address of every,,,  person whose sight is restored.  I have been fortunate enough  to be able to help several people *  have their sight restored, and it/;  is a real,thrill when I receive a  card slid wing that a person has  receive^ ^ight, It is a greater  thrill -Vhen die person restored  to sight, _s a chiidi What rejoicing. jHwe must l�� iri the family.  $e;:can/ never -match God's  pribeleSsreft but we can enable  a^lirid^^n/tp see. By so doing we shall have a truly Happy  anfi Blessed Christmas.  KayRacicot  Summerland,, BC  FREE PENTAX WORKSHOP  Wednesday, Dec. 17, come on down to Trie Photo  between 11:00-3:00 for a hands-on demonstration of  Pentax's new Video 8 and 645 cameras by Pentax  representative, Andy Kahrmann.    PENTAX  VIDEO a  $1999  inc. many extras  Tri ���Photo  "NEXT DAY FILM SERVICE"  Teredo Square, Sechelt      885-2882  P  I  1  el  i'  (      "SKOOKUM THOUGHT OF THE WEEK"  "I kissed my first woman and smoked my first cigarette'op the  same day. I have never had time for tabacco since.'  ARTUROTOSCAN.NI  Centre progressing  MORTGAGE UPDATE  :.  -,  Die 12  6 mo.  1yr.  2 yr.  3yr.  4 yr.  5 yr.  f  1st  9.75  9.75,  10.50 ;  10.75  11.00  11.25  2nd  A11.00  12.0  1.3:0  V.R.M.  ���   ���  9.75  'Professional  -Stan and  (Off.) 885-3211 (Res.) 88  Anderson Ft  Real Estate Service.  Diane Anderson  5-2385 Vancouver Toll Free: 684-8016  ealty Ltd.-Sechelt  *i.  Editor,  The TLC Friendship Centres  and Second Hand Store are pro-"  gressing   slowly   toward   our  ultimate goals.  We are in need of more  volunteers to begin a training  course January 4, 1987 at; the  centre from 1:30. to 4:30 pm.  More male volunteers are needed.   .���������  To date we have 18  volunteers who have completed  the first training course. Now  our objective of 40 volunteers is  under way.  Anyone .interested in  volunteering (no ; age limit)  please drop iri. ,The centre is  located on 'Inlet- Avenue, in the  old fire hall building, across  from City Hall and the\Post Office. '������' :-.~.   ,--yvV:-:  Donations  for the ^Second  Hand Stor^ gre needed, gn4,yery  much appre$ated, ] Any' and. all  rifopusehalsd ; gpoitfsv...eijfcipt  clothing. In some cases we are  able to'pick up donated items.  All profits from the store  '.  goes .toward supporting the centre, as we are all volunteer  workers. :������ Thanks   to   the  : generous donations to the Se-  :   cpnd Hand Store and financial  supporters, we have managed to  operate successfully.  f-If - you have any donations  available to the centre, please  contact  us at the centre or  telephone 885-2314.  , Many people have been involved in the TLC Friendship  Y;, Centre, and: their active par-  js t^cipation is establishing anew  rand   successful   community  .  organizatiori. _,  ^',j; y.:l:   Carol Jeffries,  V.i- <������������    - T). '^i^yBranch Director  More letters  _'_:'��� _ly^gyi __H____>  yr^odli  SKOOKUM DEAL  '9495  'MAGNIFICENT' 1984  PONTIAC PARISIENNE  8 PASSENGER WAGON  features economy 305 V8, automatic,  power steering, power brakes, two-  way electric tailgate, electric lock,  AM/FM stereo cassette, analog clock,  deluxe interior with split front seat,  luxury cloth, luggage carrier, just  winterized, all-season radial tires,  finished in silver with woodgrain.  * TRADES WELCOME *  COMPETITIVE FINANCING  ARRANGED QUICKLY  ONE OF LEE IAC0CAS  BEST!  1981 DODGE ARIES  FRONT WHEEL DRIVE K-CAR  economy 4 cyl., automatic, power  steering.power'brakes, clean family.  ���yy^k >4495  Dealer $084  ���Sub Agent  NISSAN  SKOOKUM AUTO mc.  SHOD**  SALES   886-3433 SERVICE  1028 Hwy 101, Gibsons   ,.     .      Pander Harbour CALL COLLECT  --torn  m  There's never been  an easier way  to buy a new vehicle!  mil nil Murt  n__mn__��ni urn _TM   �� if  mtiha&ti&aamtotmm Coast News, December 15,1986  by Frank Pitts, RCMP  It is 4:15 am. A panic  stricken lady is suddenly  awakened from a deep sleep by  the horrid stench of smoke and  the abnormally loud roar from  her chimney. She dials that alerting number.  Pagers blast away. The town  siren screams. And men who  also were in deep slumber are  suddenly sitting rigid in bed.  The fog clears, they realize it's a  fire call. They quickly depart  their now disturbed household,  arid race to the fire hall, where  their equipment waits, sitting  organized and ready to go.  The engines are fired up, the  doors are opened, then the red  beasts with lights gleaming and  sirens wailing are en route to  another fire scene. The second  call in three hours. The third  call in two days. And then in  less than seven minutes from  when the distraught lady was  awakened, these men are in her  home. The fire is out.  Damage is minimal. These  men are then comforting her,  with a professionalism and  kind-heartedness unmatched by  the most skilled. She is told why  this chimney fire happened, and  how to prevent its recurrence.  The sun glistens on the waters  of Howe Sound telling the Sun.  shine Coast that morning has  arrived. And it is only now that  the equipment is back to the  hall, restored and awaiting the  next call.  The tired men go home. It's  over for now.  I have watched these men for  five years. I have seen them  enter houses that people have  run from in horror.  I have helped them carry out  the unlucky.  I have searched with them  through coal and ash looking  for a reason why, a clue. And  frustratingly found rione.  I have laughed with them  when a binning house turns-but  to be a burnt pizza-       ;  I   have   watched   them -at  roadsides, directing traffic,  comforting the injured, removing yet more of the unlucky  from crushed cars. And I have  listened to them getting scorned  for breaking a door, for dirtying a carpet. And still the next  time they will be there.  If there is anyone among us  who speaks critically of .these  men, it really doesn't matter,  for they will still be there when  your house burns. It is the least  that each and every one of us  can do, to rise up dining thfc  festive season, and give a special!  salute to our Volunteer Fire^  men. Truly Real Men. ^  Merry Christmas to you all..  ������3_  Gibsons roads need no study  The Planning Committee of  Gibsons Council on December 9  approved'a recommendation by  Works Superintendent Marchant that a priorities survey for  upgrading town roads be conducted in-house by municipal  works staff.  Mr.. Marchant pointed out  that through an independent  survey "the need for the  upgrading program has been  substantiated...now it is time to  prioritize."  A letter from the consultant  firm of Dayton and Knight  quoted a figure of $10,000 to  complete a priorities survey in a  period of eight to 10 weeks//  However, Mr. Marchant felti  that this service could be pro-"  vided in the same time frame by'<  himself and his staff. ���-'..  In Mr. MarchantYwordfc:-  "The condition of the roads in!'  Gibsons is such that we don't"i'<  need a consultant.7'  Sunnycrest  Mall  OPEN SUNDAYS  11 - 5 'til Christmas  \ Give a TELEFLORA Keepsake  for Christmas  Brass  Candelabra  Bouquet  24 Karat Gold  Trimmed ,  Porcelain  Centerpiece  Bouquet  Delivered in Gibsons & Sechelt  or wired anywhere in US or Canada  WORLDWIDE DELIVERY  Overseas Orders Deadline Dec. 20  TWdkwT   We make Christmas Shopping easy  CfttfN SCENE I**-.*"-  Sunnycrest Mall. Gibsons (across from Super Valu)  886*3371  When you SHOP LOCALLY  i_ '������_.;���'���  at Sunnycrest Mall  _ \* < :  ��� You save ^travelling time, gas, ferry fare  ��k You get rmssfeffree merchandise returns  no second"trip % ^n.$$j||&^  ��� Ncr cashierline-uWs .     -.-..-,. _>������., cj  PLUS personal setviceljofien needed  ��� Easy, freeiparkirm close by  ��� One-stop chopping...  super selection all under one roof  MALLHi>URS:  9-30-6:00  Fri nite'til 9:00  Santa  IS  Here...  Fridays  Saturdays   12-4  Sundays       1-4  Mori, Dec. 22  Tues., Dec. 23  ���124-  SUNNYCREST MALL  GREEN SCENE  HENRY'S BAKERY  HOME HARDWARE  INNER SPACE  -KITCHENS & CLOSETS  J'S UNISEX HAIR  JEANNIE'S GIFTS & GEMS  LIQUOR STORE  ORANGE-0 ;  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  YQU-DELVS DELICATESSEN  WILLErS FAMILY RESTAURANT  a little bit city, a little bit country...the best of both, right here in Gibsons. r    w   t "~v-  Logs & Libraries of concern  Coast News, December 15,1986  by George Smith  ~Wi  Jim Gurney, Director for  ^fi-ea E, was re-elected Chairman of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD) for  the new year at the December 11  board meeting. Gurney won a  secret ballot contest over Area  A Director Gordon Wilson.  Peggy Connorf from Area B  was returned unchallenged as  Vice-chairman. With the swearing-in of acclaimed Directors  Connor and John Shaske from  Area F and re-elected Area D  Director Brett McGillivray the  composition.. and structure of  tlje SCRD board was returned  unchanged for 1987.  In a somewhat informal in:  augural address, Gurney outlined several projects which he  w|ants to initiate quickly,  leading his list was the forma-  tipn of a one month committee  led by McGillivray to recommend minimum levels of animal  cjpritrol. Second on his list was a  project, chaired by Wilson, to  get on with the formulation of a  flreshore plan.  IA thorny issue prickled Gibsons Director Norm Peterson  \V9ien the board passed a motion  t<f fund a study for a Regional  library System. Peterson stated  firmly that Gibsons does not  vvjant a library study. He said  "'".at the people of Gibsons have  rked hard to produce, a good  library which is/now open more  hours and "has more books  than the rest of the Coast  libraries together."  The Gibsons Library Board  does not wish to lose control  over their good work. "They  don't want to have it moved to  Sechelt and don't want to  become a satelite library."  Rather than regionalize the  Gibsons Library, the Gibsons  Library Board simply wants the  non-Gibsons users to pay their  share. Peterson stated that  studies have indicated that "50  per cent of users come from the  region but trie library gets only a  pittance from the SCRD. ?'  Lamenting the insufficient  money allotment in the SCRD  Grants-in-Aid budget, Peterson  recommended an alternative.  The SCRD could designate libraries as Recreational Activity  to permit access to the larger  funding potential available in  the West Howe Sound Recreation Association. He noted that,  especially in the case of seniors,  recreational use of libraries was  indeed a reality.  Director Wilson who has  been involved in the process of  regionalizing libraries in the  Fraser Valley, agreed that many  problems could arise. He  pointed but, however, that the  provincial government will fund  only one library system and that  a regional structure would likely  get more money than several  small ones.  ^ _-|il*tnia_.-*>i��|g Along  with Centennial Singers, United Church Choir,  Harmony Hall Singers  An afternoon of Christmas  m usic. join in singing your  favourite carols  Dec. 21, 3 pm    Gibsons United Church  Let us create  A Special holiday gift  for the foJks on your list  * Candy CaneS & Wreaths ���  ��� Christmas Candy  Assortments *  it Custom Gift Baskets *  r* Chocolates and Nuts *  CALL OR VISIT  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  880-8823  ��  I  \%  > Sunshine Coast Bursary & Loan Society annual meeting, Monday, Dec. 15 in the  Roberts Creel. School at 4 pm. Everybody welcome.  Cameo Singles Club .general meeting, Dec. 12, 7 pm, Community Use Room, RC  Hem.. 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 Oh! at .Weal's nightly, 6-10 pm, Dec. 1 - Jan. 1. Everyone  welcome.  Sunshine Coast Branch of the Canadian Diabetes Assoc, meeting and Christmas  Party, Friday, Dec. 19/86, 3-5 pm, St. Mary's Hospital Board Room,  Cameo Singles Club wili be meeting for dinner at 5:45 pm at the Roberts Creek  Legion on December 19.  Langdale School.Concert, Dec. 17, 1 pm, Dress Rehearsal & Matinee Concert.  Dec. ,18, 7 pm, .Winter Concert. Admittance, one non-perishable food item for  Elves Club food .hamper., ������        *''���".'.  Landale School's Community Carolling Evening, Monday, Dec. 22, 7 pm. Hot  Chocolate, bonfire. Proceeds to Food Bank, all welcome.  Suncoast Stroke Club: A support group with follow-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  regular bonanza then bingo. Meet us at Harmony Hail with all paper bingos.  Everyone welcome.  Duplicate Bridge - Tuesday, 7:15 p.m. at Golf Ciub. For information 886-9785.  Chess - Monday, 7 p.m. at Alano Club, Kiwanis Way, Gibsons. 886-9785 for Information. ,..-.';���   ���!     -"i  Wilson also pointed out that  the study could recommend that  a regional system may or may  not be either affordable' or  desirable.  The board asked Director  McGillivray to draft a letter to  the provincial Ministry of  Forests and Lands supporting  the initiative of the Forestry Advisory Committee concerning  timber supply for local sawmills.  According to Chairman Gurney, "Up to 95 per cent of logs  cut on the Coast leave the Coast  as logs." The board felt that  any increase or rescinding of  cutting rights should be  reallocated from the large companies to local industries.  Without increasing the current  annual allowable cut these  changes could support growth  in local small businesses.  The board will write to the  Federal Minister of Consumer  and Corporate Affairs and to  the presidents of the major oil  companies represented on the  Sunshine Coast pointing out the  disparities in gas prices for the  Coast and asking for justification.  Maxwell's  rebuttal  Continued from page 1  marina's paying customers. Being a wooden-planked hull, the  vessel; was floated at a high tide  to the foreshore in front of an  adjacent residence and took on  the appearance of a derelict  vessel. It was subsequently moved to the gap where the  breakwater comes to the  foreshore at the commencement  of the Georgia Heights rise."  Alderman Maxwell noted the  presumption on Baker's part  that he had complete privileges  to use marina facilities including  casual seating accommodation  and offered the opinion that a  ?'; private business had the right to  refuse certain privileges to other  than their customers.  Maxwell,concludes: "In my  opinion, Mr. Collins, you are  doing this community a disservice. We serve the electors and  we have voiced our concern that  what appears to be a personal  problem. Many people in the  community have employment  and financial problems but do  not presume to have you take it  as a political expediency, (sic)  "As for your ultimatum to  send either a complimentary or  a derogatory letter about our  Town of Gibsons to Pacific  Yachting depending on whether  we do as you say, (emphasis  Maxwell's) this is in my opinion  tantamount to blackmail."  Boy Scouts  The Annual Meeting of the  Boy Scouts District Council on  the Sunshine Coast was held  recently to receive the group  reports and the retiring President's message.  Five year service pins were  presented to Joyce Garbers,  Bob Cocking and Les  Brotherston.  John McKenzie-Moore was  given his 10 year pin and Bob  Adams received his 35 year pin.  Rod Moorcroft was  presented with the Wood Badge  Parchment and Certificates of  Appreciation were presented by  Rolf Mulchen to Bob Adams,  Tom Collins, and Walt Dennis  Special appreciation and  thanks accompanied gifts to  retiring President Walter Dennis  and his wife Jeanine.  The new executive for 1987  are: Bob Kinley, President;  Walt Dennis, Past-President;  Reg Alspach, Vice-President;  Andrew Hopkinson, Treasurer;  and Stephanie Ryan and Bob  Brydon, Secretaries.  For further information, contact Bob Kinley at 885-9875.  SftttEillli  On Your  CHRIST MAS TURKEYS  _^*Y<*  *_J<*__>A��^  __%C_ra_^t8*>_?��  ^sa_f  *$?*  ***"  ^>>.  ^.^  Frozen Grade A ��� Assorted Sizes  YOUNG TURKEYS   /eg 3.49      lb.  Fresh Imitation  CRAB MEAT  ..:-. tJbVM "m  '**^:\j&Yk''Vtet&.  *0_.   \.\.U   *^_ .Ow^ .  _ ��� . _-  iW'-S'i'-:*  ���    '     -      ...      '..'.....!  fo.'      ��� "    *      "  BiO. Grown Grand Forks  201b. bag  California -Premium  YAMS  .. kg  1.30  lb.  Fresh Imported  kg  1.52  BRUSSELS  SPROUTS  California Canada #t  RED EMPEROR  GRAPES       .1.08 _  Fresh Baked ��� Wholewheat, Dinner, Sesame  BULK BUNS  .ea.  Fresh Baked  KAISER or CHEESE' N'  ONION BUNS  ���. ������  Oven Fresh  MINCE PIES  Ocean Spray - 398 ml  CRANBERRY  SAUC  ea.  .��� Coast News, December 15,1986  At Chatelech  $jjhese three adorable labrador-cross puppies are under sentence of  ^eath unless homes can be found for them this week. They are  presently under the care of the SPCA at Castlerock Kennels in  Roberts Creek. Phone 885-9840. ' ' ~   ������������:'-'  John Burnside photo  The Gibsons  Meat Market  I    now carries a fine selection of  j Quality Fresh & Frozen  |     SEAFOODS  Specialty orders available  Select items for Christmas entertaining  Phone orders invited  ��i  i.  |   item s rcaza, oiosons 886-2412   j  OPEN TUES.-SAT., 9:30-6, FRIDAYS TIL 7  Kern's Plaza, Gibsons  Air quality at Chatelech is  worse than ever and school  trustees are getting fed. up with  the situation.  Chairman Maureen Clayton  seemed to express the feelings of  the entire board when she stepped down from the chair at last  Tuesday's School Board meeting. ' 'We continue to speculate  about the problem but it goes  on and on. We need an evaluation of the problem that we can  rely on."  Trustees were faced with a  dilemma when Secretary-treasurer Roy Mills reported to the  board that tests taken at  Chatelech on December 4 showed higher carbon dioxide levels  than had been recorded either  last year or the year before.  Compounding the problem  was the fact that the Ministry of  Education has rejected the  board's designation of an addition to Chatelech as a number  one priority for capital funding.  Many of the trustees seemed to  feel that the addition would  alleviate the problem of air  quality in the main building.  Trustee Dave Mewhort told  the board that he was ahChat-  elech on Monday when district  heating technician Michael  Trigg and principal Brian Butcher discovered a minor  misfuriction in the rooftop units  which bring in the fresh air. He  said it may have had a major, affect on air quality.  However, he voiced reser-  vatons about Doris Fuller's riio-  tion that the board pursue' all  possible avenues to convince the  ministry that the Chatelech addition is a number one priority.  "I hesitate to say it's number  one," he explained, "I support  the intent but I have trouble  making it number one when  we're dealing with schools in the  district where children are drinking unsafe water and breathing  unsafe air. I'm not sure an addi- . ,  tion will fix the air problem."    y.  Judith Wilson suggested that �����  it was impractical to be depen- ������$.  ding on the WCB inspector to %  keep them informed about the y>  carbon dioxide levels since,.as  pointed out in the Secretary- 'S  treasurer's report, he could only y,  do it occasionally.  She moved that- the equipment be acquired to have a  reading done at the school as  soon as possible.  ;"We need to know if the kids  at that school are going day to  day breathing unacceptable  levels of carbon dioxide."  In spite of Roy Mills' protests  that the measuring should wait  until they were sure the equipment was working properly, the  board unanimously supported  the motion.  A second motion was then  passed that the district inspector  of buildings and grounds evaluate the situation and report to  the board.     y;       V.  However, when contacted on  Friday, Mills told the Coast  News that although the equipment is now repaired, air quality testing will not takdplace until sometime this , weeky y yy  Shortly aften dealing^witli the  air problem at Chatelech;(the  board voted to hire: a civil  engineer to evaluate the options  for correcting the problem of  water contamination at Pender  Harbour Secondary.  SD#46 supports theatre  The Eileen Glassford Arts  Foundation will be receiving a  letter of strong support from  the Board, of School Trustees  for their proposed performing  arts centre.  At last Tuesday's board  meeting, trustees received the  request for a letter of support to  help convince government and  funding agencies of the community need for the project.  Their response was enthusiastic. Doris, Fuller pointed  out the possible us^s that local  schools could make of the facility. Judy Wison voiced her opinion that the centre would permit children access to fine arts,  which is an integral part of a  good education.  "The development of the arts  is obviously important for our  students. I think it's of benefit  to the whole community," she  said. "Since the schools don't  have the facilities for the  students to learn in and frorn,  we will obviously benefit from  ��_  i  I  !  1  I  Si  !_!  m  V  >:  ��:  ��.  ��.  h  ��._  s  I  \  is  !_,j  ���������  (A) LAMES' SATIN ROBES-  WRAP ONE UP FOR HER!  Fashion details she'll love -  embroidery at the shoulders  plus contrasting Trapunto front  bands and sleeves! Peach,  Blue or Mint in sizes: S, M, L.  99  EACH  REG.  $32.99  (B) SAVE 20% ON LAMES'  2-PIECE NYLON PYJAMAS  Sleeveless, tie top and side  slit pull-on pants are beautifully highlighted by lovely  lace trim! 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Although Secretary-treasurer  Roy Mills cautioned trustees  that they didn't have the stat-  tutory mandate to provide any  sort of grant to the organization, the board did vote  unanimously to send a letter  supporting the project in^f>rinci-  ple and expressing theip'id&s of  its importance to the education  of children in the district.  ic. pro  cjpes to  ning  A proposal by Oddvin Vedo  urging"the Gibsons and Sechelt  municipalities to take independent econoriiic action had been  referred tb the Planning Committee by council. Committee  Chairman Alderman Maxwell  described the proposal as ' 'very  philosophical" while Alderman  Norm Peterson commented that  "I have fead it and I don't see  anything in it that we can act on  at this time."  Maxwell indicated that the  committee would write to Mr.  Vedo that his proposal would  "be taken, under advisement"  but that the council would  ''continue membership in the  Regional Economic Development Commission (EDC).  Maxwell stressed that, as  council's representative on the  regional EDC, he would strive  to ensure that Gibsons receive  fair representation. For example, he will insist on a normal  "posting procedure for hiring  any economic development officer."     v ":--:V- ������-;.:.'-. >  It was also noted, that cooperative action is required by  Gibsons and Sechelt .to ensure  that the EDC receive enough  funds to support special projects until the end of i986. This  action should release $37,500 in  municipal contributipns from  the provincial Partners in Enterprise Program.   ^ ',',���'  Of further econoriiic development concern Town Planner Rob Buchan made a point  of praising the diligent work of  Gibsons' own Economic  Strategy Committee, an advisory group of successful local  business people for whbrii^ he  expressed "nothing but admiration for their endeavours."  The strategy group has been  working quietly, behind the  scene.'    ^/v _.      yy- ,  Roberts  Creek  At St. Aidan's.  by Jeanie Parker, 885-2163  ST. AIDAN'S  , " Many people like to attend  "church   as   part   of   their  ^Christmas   celebrations.   St.  Aidan's  Anglican  Church in  TRoberts Creek will be open for a  communion service on Christmas Day at 11 am. Everybody is  welcome, regardless of denomination.  '  LEGION PARTY  Tickets are going fast for the  Legion's New Year's Eve party.  Music is by Larry Bransen and  Company and $10 per person  includes snacks, midnight bubbly and a late night supper.  ^ It sounds like a nice iriellow  evening but space is limited so  vget your tickets soon. They're  ���available at the bar.  TEACHER EXCHANGE  'y As mentioned before, Mike  : Smeatpn and Robbin Thomson  ��� are leaving soon for a year in  Australia. They and their three  kids, _Brdnwyn, Michaela., and  Martin, will be living and working in Canberra on a teachers'  exchange.  Lee and Keith Besgrove are  their exchange partners and  they will be living in Robin and  Mike's house. Their daughter  Jackie is seven and their son  Adam is five so they will both  be attending Roberts Creek  Elementary.  We welcome the Besgroves  and hope they enjoy being part  of our community. Best wishes  to the Smeatons as well. Hope  both families have a wonderful  year. "   ^  VISIT LIGHTS'  Don't forget to jvisit the  Weals' Christmas lights display  on Oldershaw Road. They work  hard to create this extravaganza  for the enjoyment of the community and they love to have  people come - in and look  around. Drop in between 6 and  10 pin any evening until the'end  of December.  NEW HOURS J  Have you been caught out by  the new hours for the'Ppst; Office? I was. Don't fbrgetf: the  mail closes at 3:30 Mondays to  Thursdays.. .:' '.;.,' :'" $.y.  Also a reminder that m the  library is open an extra hour on  Saturdays. You can now get  books from 10 until 1 ^Thursday hours are still 3 to 7 pm.  .WRITE SANTA"-., .;y>.  Santa is still waiting fo& the  kids' letters. They -cajl\-drop  them off in the special )_box  Margaret has provided.iri the  Post Office. . ������   i  ^ Make this  NEW YEAR'S EVE  a gastronomic affair!  Bonn., brook _oc_m> 8.H-2887  ." " '  *t*.V,-��.?r*- .������'3''' :���'   >s'''i:   :"*'.'���  ����� .*_;������" . .*   ; : *        > ���,'���,-- ���     **  . ._t .       " ' r   ' -r  .' %  tm^yy  '���������   ,.- 5-  v_-*_  1987  ..������-'  . '-s ^-v*. ���*��� _ - . -><___r__��__l_t -i  ��� ..,.,. .',��� .-j-i-�� y  ���'yy."- >���_.--" ��� ."*'*  .���,*_,*." v ���������.  adwilaam __n t in thf* papir,  Jafiuary 5;  \<  Cip*\*m Cdli��ge,  Campus,  IfiS ��t Avenue.  GREAT LOOKS COST LESS AT SAAN!  b'>i>i*ur.V- / ->::'*���   _       t.r _ t ^    \ *C     - _   **'    ' r, * * ' -\    *��� * ,    '4  Mil"i(_N_ iliiiiiiiAiiiii-���! a iiiinnnni iii PTin_r____ _n ���A,"!  m  Coast News, December 15; 1986  ...  .-_��� >  s!  -Justice of the Peace Dan Devlin swears in Aldermen Kunstler and Peterson at the inaugural meeting of  Gibsons' newest Town Council last week.  '���'......_  ���Fran Burnside photo  George    in    Gibsons  Special guest at the Coast-  Garibaldi Union Board of  Health meeting held at the Gibsons office on December 11 was  the Director of Region One of  the Associated Board of Health,  Al Huddlestan.   ���".....'  This is one of many hats for  Director Huddlestan. He is the  newly elected Mayor of Port  Hardy, Chairman of the Mt.  Waddington Regional District  and an employee of B.C. Telephone.  Dr. Jim Lugsdin, the Medical  Health Officer, conducted the  election for 1987. Elected were:  Chairman, Peggy Connor, Sunshine Coast Regional District;  Vice Chairman, Peter News-  port, Powell River Regional  District; Executive Officer,  Shirley   Henry,   Mayor   of  Pemberton; Member at Large  Lillian Kuntzler, Alderman,  Town of Gibsons.  Other representatives at the  meeting were Alderman Bob  Priest from Pemberton; School  District No'. 46 Trustee Doris  Fuller; School District No. 47  Trustee Margaret Cousins; and  Sechelt Alderman Joyce Kolibas.  Several staff changes are tak  ing place. The board is biddfijg  farewell to Joanne Segate, Administrator, who leaves as^of  January 1 to Langley, taking  her place will be Maurefen  Wiekenkamp. *;  Filling a position which -vas  vacant from April to October  1986 Becky Beaton BSR has  been appointed to the community physiotherapy progr_|m  with the Health unit. ...  jean and Frank Wyngaert  SOtkWeddw;  I ce-c rearm sto r�� u n I eashes memo ri es  by George Cooper, 886-8520  :      This past summer since May  t 3, ice cream in the store's special  waffle cone caught the public  fancy. More than 37,000 cones  r f were sold at Truffles, the Candy  ^ Store.    ��� ;;'  2' "They were,so popular," said  ''proprietor Sheila Kitson, "that  y-r! we didn't so riiuch as bother to  f f keep track of the standard cones  rJ: sold."       :  ��.^k   Two   youngsters,   Gillian  ."'   Tyson and Justin Ahrens, made  all of those thousands of cones  by hand.  .'; Sheila has a machine now  ,_!that will make Belgian waffles  \l''for next summer's trade. "The  y store will have a whipped cream  .^dispenser and a supply of  ^strawberry conserve from the  'j;Okanagan. Or ice cream as the  ^.alternative   to   the   whipped  .--* _  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  at  P^ctflca Pharmacy 9St  "- f PenderWarbour  - "A Frtondly P*opl�� Plao��"  cream. j  Tlie aged reporter asked,  "Any one-cent candies like the  displays of 60 years agone? You  know, the licorice 'plugs, the  licorice pipes and fcigars that  marked the cheeks from lips to  ears?", '   "'I ���   ���'  "No, but we do keep looking  for such delights" spid Sheila.  LIONS LOTTERY]  Bob Nygren of the Gibsons  Lions Club wishes to thank  those who bought! Lucky Leo  Lottery Tickets from members  of the club this past summer.  "Thirty-five pe/ cent of the  proceeds from sales by the local  club stay in the Gibsons area,"  said Bob, "and all that goes to-  do something for the not so  lucky here. We'received $386  this year to use in local  projects." j  Bob said the (club does not ,  receive anything from the sale  of tickets  that| come to  individuals here) i>y mail- Next ���,;  time there's a Lucky Leo Lottery in progress', do get in touch )  with Bob Nygren or a member ���  of the Gibsons' Lions.  "There were" no local winners 4  in the recent/Lucky Leo No^j  24," said Bob, "but our turn is  coming."  First prize went to West Vancouver, a B. Shapiro. Second  and third went respectively to  two persons in Surrey and  Aldergrove, and the airfare  prize for four to Hawaii to. N_A.  Simmons of Vancouver.  "Early bird winners will be  published   next   week,"   said  Bob.  SURPRISE  A Christmas surprise for  Mrs: Frances Fleming of West.  Sechelt. As she passed the  Christmas village display in a  Vancouver mall Santa's voice  boomed out/ "Hello; Mrs.  Fleming."  "I survived the shock," said  Frances, "and soon found it  was not a prank some of my  family had put Santa up to." .-..  Santa was intact a fbrrrier student who remembered her with  fondness and respect. ' 'You  were such a good teacher," he  said.  And there are many of us  here on the Sunshine Coast, t  both teachers and students, who.  Harbour Secondary before she  became the first woman school  superintendent in the province,  and heartily endorse '' Santy  Claus'. recognition of a good  teacher.  WRITE ON  When Alderman Peterson of  Gibsons urges residents of the  Sunshine Coast to "Write On"  to plead for a 10:30 am ferry  sailing out of Langdale, he's  right on. y  It is bur imderstanding that  the crew is on duty anyway,  "and the engines running to keep  ! power on,so that the cost for  the trip is the amount of extra  fuel to propel the hull to  Horseshoe and back again.  Right on?  Think of the more comfortable hour to journey to the terminal for those of you who live  ; in Sechelt arid Pender: Think of  the more convenient time to arrive in the Vancouver area.  Then quit thinking . and  "Write On" to our MLA and to  the, minister responsible,  Transportation and Highways  Ivtfnister Cliff Michael. Keep.  Open House Tea  December 20    2 pm - 5 pm  Harmony Hall  All Welcome  Now Try the.  Totally New.  GIBSONS HAIR SALON  NEW Salon interior    NEW Management  NEW People  3  *  Carol, Ingrid &   , Janette  extend a warm welcome to all customers & friends to  visit them at their Totally New Gibsons Hair Salon for  Hair Styling���Hair Cutting���=���:  =Perms Colours Tints���Ear Piercing=  OPEN 7 days a week      Walk in - or by appointment]  Enter soon: Free draw for $15.00 gift certificate ap- fi  plicable on winner's next hair care.  Drawing will take place Dec. 24.  totally new_  ^Gibsons  Gibsons Landing (next to the Omega)  886-2120  4-  remember Frances as teacher^X^dur highway.open,  and  principal  fri .'the Pender|jp* f '.'_-*  ..��...���  &*m$jm$&m^ *��m*y��*  equipment ami supplies from Tn��WH>to,H'scostIne you  >�����--^S -��#�� /> v_  .._..> _���__..___      _  docksfde  y c,  ^ \ .,  PRICES IN EFFECT U  cA;  mKm^mui'V-.'_��� __ . 'Vv/' /_/  Stocking Staffers  L'Oreal Spray,  y-    - ->,  ��$!./ft. *f y.     ,'  .j^s. yWm  Brut After Shave Lotion  $399  90 ml.  Waterproof Compass Gas Lighter  */   > _ _ ���___ i>  A,    * piv  Address Books  $|09  ikt&yy^��&'J^ 8.  Coast News, December 15,1986  ft  titer's   note:   the   following  release was received from  . Jtool District No. 46.  |On Wednesday and Thursday., December 3 and 4, the  trd of School Trustees met at  D$vis Bay to review its business  procedures and to plan for the  OBnerly growth and improve-  t of the educational services  elected to provide.  |The board's purpose of the  re$reat was to permit trustees to  discuss a number of important  tdb_cs and to prepare the  ground for its goals and  objectives-setting workshop  sciheduled for January 1987.  Whole,  Dressed  IHSWJBEKONLV.  ! Sechelt Produce  &Fish  j Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-7771  next to Bank of Montreal  The retreat was opened by a  stimulating address from Mrs.  Frances Fleming on The  Challenge - The Vision. Mrs.  Fleming set a positive tone to  the two days' proceedings.  Led by its facilitator, Mrs.  Maureen Clayton, the newly  elected chairman, the board  reviewed its statement of philosophy and determined that it  should be modified to bring it  into accord with current educational thought, prevailing public  values and shifts in the province's economy. The board  decided to study its statement of  purposes further and, after inviting public opinion, to revise it  prior to district-wide publication.  Board business is transacted  best when the network of relationships is strong, friendly and  respectful. Trustees, led by Mr.  Dave Mewhort, examined in  some detail the Board's relationships with the groups it is  elected to serve: the general  public, teaching and non-teaching staff, and their organization. Initiatives were developed  to strengthen board relationships with the constituent  groups who have direct interest  iri the delivery of education on  the Sunshine Coast.  Every social organizaiqn is  accountable to those it is design-  FAMILY BULK FOODS  DELICATESSEN  UNDER THE YELLOW AWNING, Cowrie St., 885-7767  All Meats  & Cheeses  10*  OFF  W PARTY LKAYb - meat, cheese or sandwich  if GIFT BASKETS Dried Fruit,.Nuts & Candy  it  PIZZA ��� We make it, you bake it!  ���   CHRISTMAS CANDY  Bulk mixed nuts, in-shell riuts,' dried fruits,1 party snacks  Christmas baking supplies   ���  |10% DISCOUNT for SENIORS  on THURSDAYS  [PEN: Mon. - Sat. 95:30,  -Friday til 6   f  ..--���������':_:;  ?��*_.  Last Minute Gifts from  A REPUTATION FOR QUALITY  Ghetto Blasters. w - $219���� ^  Clock Radios .'34�� - 69��*  Stereo-to-Go 34�� ��� 59"  Mantle Radios 39" - 89"  ���SANTA'S SUPER SPECIAL!-,  Panasonic Model #NE 5670C  Microwave  Oven $9 oft  Reg. $329.95  ONLY WHILE STOCKS LAST  SUNSHINE COAST TV  Cowrie St., Sechelt, 885-9816  ���After the SALE, it's the SERVICE that counts"  ed to serve. Accountability is  best ensured through a system  of evaluation. The board led by  Mrs. Doris Fuller, endorsed the  proposition that all personnel,  both appointed and elected,  should be evaluated regularly  and systematically. Teachers,  administrators, non-teaching  support staff, district officials  and the board itself should be  assessed regularly. The board  spent time at the retrdat drafting  policy and studying criteria to  be utilized in the evaluation of  ail personnel.  Few topics on a. school  board's agenda require as much  attention as that of budgeting  and financing. The secretary-  treasurer, Mr. Roy Mills, led  the board' in a review of the  budgeting procedures in School  District No. .46. Trustees were  reacquainted with the special  problems generated by the  ministry's fiscal framework;  and by the effects of unanticipated emergencies which  assail any complex organization. Meetings were scheduled  for all trustees to examine a  budget which has become  strained by emergent problems  that have developed since the  beginning of the school year.  Considerable time was given  at this retreat to the matter of  communications. Few organization have reason tp be satisfied  with their communications. It  was conceded at the retreat that  the manner in which the board  communicates with all the constituent groups in education,  and with the public at large, ca|i  and will be improved. The coii��  munication committee chaired  by Mrs. Janice Edmojids  gathered the ideas produced at.  the retreat for further stiid^  and, where appropriate, for implementation.  The board allocated a sectiim  of the retreat to the examination  of procedures, briefs, materials .  and programs designed to pr$:��  vide for student counselHngjf  student safety and protectiajtfk  from: physical, emotional arid���;  sexual abuse, and neglect. Thief  board is currently in the proces|S  of developing and adapting ja|  scope and sequence of progranjp  y^desigri&l0 fbr^ students; frdf'  tjgyd^ftergarten*to GKad^|l2  " "edu^tl^them'ih their own saf  tyS*rhis work; will culminate in%3  policy, program imf)lementa||  tion plans, and the training op  teachers throughout the district.^  Mr. Dave Mewhort who hasf  given leadership Jo this project!  led the session. ^ y . ��� y|  y A highlight of the retreat was|  the period set aside for board|<  principal interchange. This ses|j  iisipn was; devot���#^  .. on   sn^ficanf . OTgan_;_&ic}na!  and ___u cational topics. ��� TTie tw^ol  groups; explored  the   general;]  direction OTueation might tak|!  in the years-ahead and eiifchl  group discussed procedures for|  strengthening relationships aifid  for rendering jtheih moreprpi;  ductive. Overriding all disciisr  sion was the theme of developing better and more effective  services for all students in the  schools of this district.  By all measures, the retreat  was immensely successful.  Topics were carefully studied,  discussion was spirited and  follow-up action was scheduled  on all decisions reached. Thus it  is anticipated that the omission  which frequently nullifies the efforts of so many well-intended  events will be circumvented.  The stage is set fair for the  board function in January at  in out  n<V. _r  SECHEtf nation  Sundav' Dec'  21 on\y  30^  " everything  (Except Undergarments & Accessories)  In-Store SUPER SPECIALS  in both our locations  ALL WEEK! U  Cedar Plaza, Gibsons  886-8199  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2916  which short and long-term objectives will be developed. The  retreat took significant steps in  enhancing co-operation, openness of governance, and efficiency, throughout the Sunshine  Coast school district.  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  Radio Shack  Gibsons  "A Friendly People Piece"  I 8 Hour Course which incudes CPR  Place:  Chatelech High School  Date:    Jan. 10 & 11 (2-4 hr session)  .) Fee: $35.00 \  ;.y WCB Certification upon successful completion  t Contact instructor or leave message  Mary Edney \ ���    . 885-4748  C0AST NEWS  t  Photo   Reprints  Any published photo or your  choice from the contact sheets  3x 4  5x 7  8x10  ���3����  ��5��o  '   .  BOOHlJS A quality gift at a reasonable price  ��^S_,��2*_i  clear  so  prices  are  20% ,0 60% OFF  Extra Christmas Hours  Sunday, Dec). 21       11 am -4pmp  Dec. 22 & 23 to 9 pm (Jf  \f\  !������  ;������   �����  THE BOOKSTORE,  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-2527  r- ritrur*vj  -f'VjKrtr *y;  ���f;S.A ��.  .-:��'.  ���.*�����.  For your Christmas  Shopping Convenience  these friendly merchants  'of.;..,:  COWRIE STREET  will be  >>������..-  OPEN SUNDAY, 11-4  DEC. .21  f  i^\  % -^ :\y  A,  FOR  ��� SERVICE AND SELECTION  ��� "OUT FRONT" PARKING  ��� CONVENIENT LOCATION  ��� COME TO���  Al *oV,  SP^alle'rV  G��"  ot��s  tr����\ "t0 3<**  the .eod's   tie**4  Y** '- Join us for Coffee and  Christmas Goodies!  a&  J'  -���S- ,-S  V*  ALL YOUR GIFT NEEDS ON ONE STREET! ���iHM_iiyK.ni ��� an a iu ii w^j_uvu��<l  les the Clown (aka Ken Collins) captivated the youngsters last  Saturday afternoon as he participated in the Sunshine Coast Arts  Council's down Town at the Sechelt Indian Band Hall.  'It-'  '_.'���'/ ���Ray Smith photo  Area F Footnotes  _.'.  irf-;  rt at  ijyy,  _______ ;���'    - ; ,  by Ann Mundell, 886-7028  WINTER CONCERT  ! Our annual concert will take  place _C)ebember 17 at 1 pm and  Dec|m1fyeJ_x 18 at 7 pm.  Deceniil>er/1^7 is a dress rehearsal  :^^ti_H_jr:-vv.  Handcrafted by  PAT FORST  Mon - Fri, 9-4 pm  or by appointment  886-2543  . Drop off your  COAST NEWS  '.   CLASSIFIEDS  at  Pacifica Pharmacy #2  ^    ,, in Pender Harbour  until noon Saturday  "A Frl��ndly People Place"  and parents with young restless  children are urged to attend the  afternoon performance. Admittance will be one non-perishable  food item for the Elves Club  food hampers.  I'm told Janet Crosby, our  music teacher has a choir to be  proud of. The many hours of  hard work spent by the staff  and students are for the  pleasure of the parents, relatives  and friends of the children. A  warm invitation is extended to  the residents of the area, many  of whom are within walking  distance.  The Grade 6 and 7 class will  be selling refreshments at the  small social to be held after the  concert. Our parents group will  also be hosting a bake sale.  Please join us.  COMMUNITY CAROLLING  The school wishes to sponsor  a community carolling evening  the night of Monday, December  22. Neighbours, please consider  this your personal invitation.  We shall tour the neighbourhood around the school and  return to a bonfire and hot  chocolate on the school grounds  at approximately 8:30 pm.  Special thanks to Ralph  Henderson, for donating the  firewood.  Halfmdon Bay Ha ppenings.  Coast News, December 15,1986  Welcome Beach  ives.up to name  Boughton  & Company  Barristers  & Solicitors  General ~  legalPractice  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  A FINE EVENING  The ladies of the Welcome  Beach Community Association  did a great job of providing a  delicious Christmas Dinner on  Friday and Saturday nights at  the hall.  Marg Vorley convened the  affair and it was no mean task  Jo provide such delicious fare  for about a hundred hungry appetites. Bill Vorley was Master  of Ceremonies on both nights  and played the role to perfection. What would we do  without the Vorleys! They  deserve the support and appreciation of us all.  On Friday night George Page  entertained throughout dinner  and was enjoyed by all. Later in  the evening, Arline Collins with  her glorious voice and her accordion delighted everyone with  her leading of a great carol-  singing hour.  Our special thanks to both  George and Arline for contributing to such a happy even-  ��� tog-  Next Welcome Beach event  will be the New Year's dance ;  starting at 9 pm on December  31. There will be dancing and a  midnight buffet, but reservations will have to be made right  away as tickets are already moving. Price is $10 and you could  call Marg Vorley at 885-9032  for reservations. .  CHILDREN ENTERTAIN  This Thursday night,  December 18, at 7 pm sharp is  the time for the Christmas concert by the children of Halfmoon Bay Elementary School.  It is always a delightful evening  and I would recommend that  you get there early as the hall is  always filled to capacity for this  show.  TAKE A MOMENT  This is a busy time of year for  everyone, but you are asked tp  take some time out to do a little  task which is quite easy but is  very important. Instead of  throwing away your envelopes  after you receive your  Christmas cards, would you  please cut out the used stamp,  leaving about a quarter inch  around the edges.  The ladies of the Order of the  Eastern Star are collecting these  as they can raise money with  them for the Cancer Society.  Put the stamps in an envelope  and pass them along to any  member of the Star, or, in Gibsons call H. Grisack at  886-7425, in Sechelt L. Bryson  at 885-3638 and in Pender Harbour S. Woodsworth at  883-9298.  You could also hand them in  to myself at the Coast News Office in the . Book Store on  Cowrie in Sechelt.  There will be a Coast News  next Monday,: December 22 but  none on the 29, so if there is any  item you would like mentioned  before the new year please let  me know.  Make this  N. . \  VFAK'S _ \ fc  .) gastronomic affair!  im. ..rook I <>._nr _...-.!__.  For motor vehicle and accident  claims call Brenda Brown  Sixteenth Floor  Sunlife Plaza  1100 Melville Street  Vancouver, B.C.  683-6631  There is no charge  for our first meeting;  please call us collect.  TkePwiecl  Vmwrt G0  GIFT  CERTIFICATES  for  ��� Facials, massages    ,  ��� Manicures, pedicures  ��� Super Nails; cosmetics vk  . ��� Perms, Hair Care  ��� Flotation tank  ��� Sauna, whirl pool  OPEN SUN., 11-4       THURS. & FRI. TIL 9  $ UttftSHAK &K��  885-2818  Cowrie St. & Inlet Ave., Sechelt  Out  e  i-il  'iCJR^n_iL^;^  The accomplishments of a  small community are evident in  the revitalization of the Granthams Landing Wharf.  Mike Sheenan, a local builder  has volunteered his expertise  and time to help several  volunteers from Granthams  build a whole new float and new  railing.  Much of the thanks can go to  the West Howe Sound Recreational Commission who are  largely responsible for the funding.  The plan is to build a seawall  and clean up the beach in the  spring. There will also be a  paint party, so clean your  brushes folks!  ��I3i  |m_  ~--Vv- =  lbs.  r��f_  TSfff  Cosy   Corner ffrafts  Sunnycrest    Mall      Gibsons   886-2470  -"I.''  Last MinuteSTOCKING STUFFERS for Him & Her!  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PRICES'  IN  EFFECT  THRU  SUM  DEC  28TH  PER LITRE  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  ***QPEN FRIDAY, DEC. 19 'TIL 9 PM***  Op0n   ^  box  DEW MELONS  MANDARIN ORANGES  California  SWEET POTATOES  ANDYAMS  Washington      ^  RUSSETT POTATOES 5  5.99  ��� ������������������������_���  /bs.  .. \sv  .*  . - ,-v  y Regular or Diet  Pepsi or  7f  ;-��~t��       _v   pvw   '. .f j  Mazola  corn oil  Memz., m>  500 ml  fs-d  i750mlCt/l i49  Plus Deposit  ar qt Extra Spicy  398 ml  .79  Bic/t's Di7I  ��� ���������_������ i  I /.  r.  .i  1   DO  ��� ��� ��� __ ��� ��_J O f ���.   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I m^%1  Liquid Detergent  Palmolive    ,, 1.49  Powdered Laundry Detergent  Arctic  Power       2fei4|9  La Suprema - Mild/Hot r  salsa dip:...n5oz1.99  La Suprema y  2.39  Day by Day, Item by Item, We do more for you  .....454 gm  C i&iiitip  Deli and Health  jToob __  Fresh  PASTA  886-2936  MARY'S  VARIETY  Christmas  Bakery Utensils  Gibsons Harbour,  next to Shell Station  886-8077  NIFTY THRIFTY'S  .���**/*.*******.  Our thanks to  everyone who  helped give  Nifty Thrifty's its  flying start.  * * * * *.* �� f * �� �� �����  upstairs above  Ken's Lucky Dollar  Show Piece  Gallery  , Next to  the Gibsons  Fish Market  Come in & see our ]  Stained Class  Blown Glass  Pottery  280 Gower R. Rd., Gibsons  ___y    886-9213  *  1  .  H  6  i  . 1  i .  _ v  .A-      "'!__��� -_.^^_  f~--  ��_��� .   ��r �����    I r^S-^^^>H-^^-_-^  "__���'."- K^~^    f*!?  Coast News, December 15,1986  11.  ii-'.-' ������'..>.?/<���'������,.!  i��n'^.^y__  ���..-  11  i:  n  _ v  Dollar  ^qd^EBvpcijNM  isfcSisf  FREE DELlVEFiY-'I^^I^WifcttiJS'i  We reserve the right to limit quantities  We fully guarantee everything we sell  to be satisfactory or money cheerfully refunded.  Prices effective: Deb.16 S 21  Sundays & Holidays 10 a.rn_ to 5 p.m.  ;    -   >      '^.^^^V-i^.*:'?____:....*   /la.   __   ."'     ''.   s   -  ��������___���������  <_</_  paLm  Wu/tto  2.49  Palm  D ll 116 T       ./ . 1 /b. prints  Kraft Philadelphia  cream  cheese    250 gm 1.67  Scdttie's Facial  Hssue  NolName  cat food  396 3m 2/1.00  Lowney's  Bridge Mix......j*** 2.00  Ovation  Chocolates ...�� sm 3.00  ! Mintsticks, Orange Sticks  I Coffee Sticks  Paulin's    I  '������������.<  Christmas  Canc# 40__._2.OO  Many Assorted Varieties;  PLUS "EN-STORE" $ SPECIALS  T  iri providing, Quality/ & Friendly Service  Keepers of the Light  & Lights of the  Inside Passage  by Dor/kid Graham  *2495 each  OPEN 7JDAYS A WEEK  corner of School & Cower Pt. Rds.  Kitchen or  Bathroom faucets  not working?  Call Us  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  Seaside Plumbing Ltd.  886-7017  M-M  _._.  RESERVE NOW for your  Fresh Christmas  TURKEY or HAM  Canada Grade A Beef - Boneless  OUTSIDE ROUND  & RUMP ROAST  Fletcher's  SAUSAGE  STICKS  500 gm  Canada Grade A  s_��59  SIRLOIN TIPa3  STEAKS        w  lb.  kg 7.91  Fletcher's Whole or  Shank Portion  SMOKED  PICNICS  I INTENDED        *  making shortbread, then I discovered I had three shortbread recipes  and l:couldn't remember which was the tried and true one, because  you. see, .never make shortbread - my mother-in-law ;does -. and .1  would hardly like to compete with her; especially not at the season of  goodwill. So...I took a deep breath and made Sinterklasjes instead.  SINTERKLASJES  V. cup butter  3/8 sup brown sugar  V_ beaten egg  11/8 cup flour  V. teaspoon grated orange rind  1 teaspoon cinnamon  V_ teaspoon powdered cloves  V_ teaspoon baking soda  1/8 teaspoon cream of tartar  V. cup slivered almonds  1. Cream butter and sugar until soft, then beat in egg.  2. Sift dry ingredients together and beat in. Knead by hand and knead  injindand nuts.  3. Shape into rolls, wrap in waxed paper and chill over night.  ���4. Slice 1/8" thick, place on lightly buttered cookie sheet and bake in  moderate oven, 375��F for 10-12 minutes.  A delicious Dutch treat.  Then I made Ginger Sparklers which I'm sure are bad for our teeth,  but what the...     GINGER SPARKLERS  % cup butter  1 cup brown sugar  V. cup molasses  1 egg  2 cups flour  2 teaspoons baking soda  1 teaspoon ginger  1 teaspoon cinnamon  V�� teaspoon san"  V�� teaspoon ground cloves  granulated sugar,  crushed sugar cubes or  coloured sugar crystals.  1. Cream butter, brown sugar, molasses and egg until soft and fluffy.,  2. Sift dry ingredients into a bowl. Mix thoroughly into the creamed  mixture.  3. Shape into small balls about one inch in diameter. Roll in sugar and  place 2" apart on a lightly greased cookie sheet.  4. Bake at 375��F for 8-10 minutes. Cool sligfjtly and place on racks.  Then, of course/there's the Shortbread-this is one of those recipes.  SHORTBREAD  1 cup butter 1 egg yolk  Vt cup lightly packed 1 teaspoon vanilla  brown sugar 2 cups flour  1. Cream butter and sugar .  2. Beat in egg and vanilla  3. Sift, then mix in flour. Knead to mix.  4. Roll put to V." thick on lightly floured surface. Cut into shapes.  Prick well with a fork.  5. Place on an ungreased baking sheet and bake at 300��F for 18-20  . minutes.  Merry Baking! NEST LEWIS  Do You Need  Gift^ ideas?  Plants  Poinsettias  Christmas  Cactus  Chocolates  Selection    2.99  300 gm  Almondillos   3.99  300 gm  Cookies  Peek Freans     &��Jk9  Celebrations        soogm  GREAT GIFTS  UNDER  -$20��P  GIBSONS LANDING  TAX SERVICE  ��� Income Tax Preparation  ��� Small Business Accounting  ��� Typing Services  ��� Resumes Prepared ���  Tues. - Sat. 10:30 - 5  '    (Located in "The Doll's House")   ;  Past Ken's Lucky Dollar   886-8229  Wi  m  Iiii  WEIGHT  40    CONTROL  ^^        r__ r�� -f\ _"-��' rS   m   t___r  PROGRAM  It is a simple, fun and magical  program in losing, gaining and  maintaining weight. 100%  Satisfaction Guaranteed.  For information and business  opportunity on Herbalife products please contact:  886-3908 885-3140  100% Wool Scarves  Gloves  Toques  Ties  Hankies  Reversible Belts  Slack Racks        ^c  Cologne  Tie Clips  Socks  Suspenders  Lint Brushes  Shaving Kilts  (Pierre Cardin)  Richard's  r  m  262 Gower Pt. Rd  Qlbiona Landing     frt,\-~y ' /  ��__*_��� sgS��$$&   ' *  ..... .-.-,,-  ifV'  'Mako your mow*  _l_____^____________d__K_____________________________________M 12.  Coast News, December 15,1986  Pender Clinic News  _.    ,���..,.___,_...__--_-.-,-.    ���.     ___________________________________________________________________________ ......_,_ .,_. -^^rflWritMinmi|Tr^--.-.m^-_^^_H>^___.___________________________________________ -^-g^g�� ^  Blood Donor Clinic Chairman Charlotte Raines is pictured with some of the Coast's most faithful blood  donors. Left to right behind Mrs. Raines are John Boyling of Roberts Creek who has donated 35 times;  Terry Miller of Gibsons who has donated 50 times; and Gordon McKenna of Gibsons, a 35-time donor!  Rick Wray, Gibsons Kinsmen President, is also pictured.  Sechelt  Scenario  A full house of craftspeople  in Pender Harbour Community  Hall last week displayed their  skills in textiles, ceramics, wax,  flowers, wood, paper, metal  and stone, as well as bakery  confections.  Margaret Causey coordinated the successful market  with help from members and  friends of Area "A" Health  Clinic Auxiliary. A brisk trade  in the kitchen was done by Joan  Rae and helpers;  Yvonne Hamblin won the  donkey planter made and  donated- by Pauline and Louise  Ceramics.  Nan Larson won a doll and  complete outfit dressed by Vi  Berntzen.  The 'surprise' donated by  Peg Riley was won by Joyce  Summers. As a bonus prize,  Harry Munro furnished a  polished stone bola tie which  went to Ada Priest.  Mrs. Causey reminds people:  "Don't throw away your Clinic  Auxiliary raffle ticket for  December 19!" The Arts.and  Crafts draw was a separate one.  "You could still win $50, ah  afghan, or a doll." Tickets are  on sale at the clinic up to  December 19.  ALARM AND ANSWERING ltd.  Alarm Sales, Service & Monitoring  Telephone Answering and Voice Tone Paging  .��� RESIDENTIAL ��� COMMERCIAL  ��� LICENSED ��� BONDED   ��� INSURED  24 Hour  Service  885.5111  Ste. 1.03, 5630 Dolphin St., Sechelt (above OK.Tire)  Concerts and Christmas capers  cby Peggy Connor, 885-9347  SCHOOL CONCERTS  f* Sechelt and West Sechelt  schools are each holding their  Christmas Concerts on Wednesday, December 17, starting at 7  pm. They are open to the  public.  WEST SECHELT SCHOOL  *. At the West Sechelt School  tKe student council is collecting  rtems for needy families at the  gym entrance on the night of the  Christmas Concert.  Honour roll students for the  first term are: Grade 7, Jodie  Thorn; Grade 6, Melissa Gerr-  ing, Dawn Shanks; Grade 5,  Melanie Bessler; Grade 4, liana  Fraser.  Honourable mention students for the first term are:  Grade 7, Dolena Brand, Erin  Brooks, Deidre Francis, Chris  Hamilton, Brian Hamilton;  Grade 6, Jason Baggio, Tricia  Lee; Grade 5, Richard Broth-  erston, Gina Lduma, Alicia  Dunn,   Matthew   Fawcus,  NOTICE  There will be  no garbage pick up  December 25 & 26  Regular pick-up January 1  .    Sunshine Coast Disposal  *"   Services Ltd.  Christmas Greetings  to all our friends  Don & Eszter Andow  Jim & Mary Bannerman -  V.H. Bracewell  T..& E. Biernacki  Bob & Babs Brydon  Harris & Erna Cole  Cliff & Peggy Connor  Jack & Cherry Cooper  Bob & Bev Dall & family  Ada Dawe  C. & Irene Duff  In lieu of Christmas cards,  the following have  donated to the  SecheK"Branch of  |\ St. Mary's Auxiliary  Memorial Fund...  Max & Geraldine Jonasson  Jack & Marlis Knaus  Edward & Betty Laidlaw  Howie Lake  Kay LeQuime  Art & Ruth McGinnis  Bob & Kay Metcalfe .  Kay Mittelsteadt  Marie & Ernie & Carl Montgomery  Eve Moscrip  "������  Mr. & Mrs. T. Meredith  Mary Pellatt  Peggi Gallo  Mary Gbudin  Gower family  Barbara Hanke  Peggy Hemstreet  Edith Hooper  Margret Humm  Adam & Muriel Hutchison  Charlotte Jackson  Larry & Marilyn Jardine & family  Harry & Doreen Jenkins  Al & Jane Petteplace  Kay Purdy  Lee Redman  Joyce & Bill Scott  Billie Steele        .  Allan & Rosa Swan  Janice VVallis  Henry & Jean Whittaker  Ron.White  jim & Elizabeth Derby  Shayna Trousdell; Grade 4,  Michael Yates, Heather Sim,  Matthew Lehmann, Amber-Lea  Kingston, Jim Krivanek, Spencer Hoffer. ; N;  CHRISTMAS CAPERS  A day in the life of St. Mary's  Hospital was the production put  on by the staff of the hospital-at  their Christmas Dinner and  Dance on Saturday December  6. It was hilarious to say the  least.   . I x  Dr. Stan Lubin was great as  the master of ceremonies, Wefc  dy Hunt acting administrator,  narrated and identified who was  being mimicked as all were taking the place of someone else.  Tlie doctors were patients:.  Dr. Ron Estey was followed by  Dr. Brian Myhill-Jones who not  only did a great strip tease but  flipped his long frame across  the floor in several cartwheelsi  But it was Dr. Walter Burtnick  who stole the whole show when  he stepped out as a she in a lime  green short dress, lovely.coife  fure, and with magnificent:  sophistication stepped around  the room. Great legs. Walter!  FASHION SHOW NOTES  Marlee Fashions with bom-  plimenting items from!  Morgan's Mens Wear and Zip-!  pers, were on display at the!  Winter Feast Fashion Show on  Saturday, December 6.  All proceeds went to the Sun-^  shine Coast Community Services Society. Besides the 20  female models and the two male  models there were dogs, elves,'  Kermit and Miss Piggy,  penguins, Santa and Frosty. A  fine evening of entertainment  was enjoyed.  Nikki Weber gave the commentary on the clothes and provided other entertainers plus lip  sync contest, which ended up in  a tie for first place so the $100  prize was split.  Supershape did the fantastic  hair styles for the models, and,  from their shop Shannon Bessant was on hand to supply the  proper makeup to suit the  models and what they were  wearing, doing it like the pro-:  fessional she is. All this expertise and time were donated.  h a r bou Rftui bed;  SS97V  OPEN  Fun For  All Ages  ��oa^0\0cKS  ;Your Holiday*  leserve-  urHolidi  Movies  Now'  ��� Ga<s  &  t.0*  XW9  ���������*  E>*nB  \\0&  ���*���  ������ ��� For the Whole Family!  JF* MITSUBISHI* 20" Remote Control  DIAMOND VISION  COLOUR TV  $599  _v^i  "Our Prices Bring You In, Our Service Srngs You Back"  mmmm  1  There were many door prizes  donated by the street merchants  and many behind the scenes  helpers. Maureen Corbin was  the lady in charge and Margaret  Humm who was right there seeing everything went right.  ST. MARY'S AUXILIARY  The annual meeting and election of officers for the Sechelt  branch of St. Mary's Hospital  took place on Monday December. 8 at the Pebbles Restaurant.  Wendy Hunt, Director of  Nursing and at present Acting  Administrator performed the  swearing-in candlelight  ceremony; that saw .Peggy  Gallos in her second year AS  President. A vice-president is  still needed, Executive Officer is  Maries Knaus; Secretary^ '  Maureen Moorby, Treasurer,1  Mary Bannerman; Publicity,  Kay Metcalfe.  Committee heads are:  Membership, Janis Wallace;  Sunshine and Memorial, Doris  GoW&r;'. Bursary, Ada' Dawij. -,,  DAVIS BAY  NEW & USED  ���:��� ..��� .   ��� .    .-,  For your Christmas Shopping convenien  OPEN MON - FRI 9aiiJ��8piri;.;/.  . Saturdays %am - 5 pm-,,;  Stwf       UNTIL DECEMBER 23rd  rfcinfl  *$&*?**  Davis Bay  ^i***!_8m(��-  l;:     .    CAMPING EQUIP., HARDWARE  TOOLS, HOUSEHOLD GOODS  s.  f  'I  E PAY CASH for goodbtock  8854548  ���fH-  2nd Look Boutique  makes Christmas sparkle  ::'^%l-::^W^kkr  . .    . teqijln applique r .  rhtnestoke brackelets & anklets  black pariii hose with silver   .  or hue pattern  silver or go/I chains or chokers  sequin w chain belts  lacey camisdes with silver trim  hair-bowsk&much much more  also-  V"'   selected jewellery  We select what yvepffer as carefully  as you select vyat you buy  2Ki ��w��li Bwifiqi  Hwy 101;  Scchctt  885-3132  Tijo.  wy  smvuiac  . PRICES  EFFECTIVE  DEC. 15-27  Shop+Easy,  $K-y-.yk,i;,i:^---y.  ;-!*'  FOODS  SSXECBR. i  I  Trail Bay Centre  Sechelt 885-2025  We will be open Sundays, Dec. 21 & 28  Open "til 9 on Fridays, & Mon & Tues, Dec: 22 &  (Closed Christmas &Boxing Day]  Santa Features...  Chinese  MANDARIN  ORANGES  6,4  Foremost  LARGE EGGS  Old Dutch  POTATO CHIPS  Frozen Utility  TURKEYS  ,.  Grade A Rump or Sirloin Tip ^   "7t\  RoaStS    . .',.-.. .6.15 kg Z. 79 |b.  Schneider's Kent O   ftfl  Sliced RaCOn      500 gm pkg Z.%Ja ea.  Grimm's Q   flft  Boneless Hams. .. .8.so kg O. !J!J ib.  Pure Pork or Beef t\i\  Sausage Meat......2.18 kg -" ib.  'IN-STORE BAKERYi  U.S.  Brussels Sprouts  California  Sweet Potatoes  or Yams  B.C. Red Delicious  Apples   Florida  Tomatoes...  Crusty Rolls  Ready to Bake  Tart Shells  ..pkgof 12 I -48  .pkg of 12    I -4!_-  Mince Tarts...... .... pkg of 6 Z - 45  Shortbread Fingers.. .pkg of 12 Z. 55  == Check this week's flyer for more specials^  Shw+Easy  '_.-*;-%.���-._._.-���������-.���>��.---*���-��-?���--���:���<���  Sechelt-  Ll_1i1 Wl  Old South Frozen  Orange Juice  7-UP, Pepsi,  Schweppes  Bick's Regular  Dill Pickles  Ocean Spray  Cranberry Sauce  Foremost  Egg Nog   Money's Sliced  Mushrooms  Meddo Belie, Mild, Med.,  Chedder Cheese.  Trail Bay Centre  B8.S-2025 ���w-^T.fjM^yv-^i��� a:"-  Coast News, December 15,1986  1i  f.  by Robi Petrashuk  ' The Aquatic Centre is five  years "old - hard /to imagine  Pender Qfe without? it now. ��  '' Going into its sikth year this  April, the pool ;has suffered  growing .pains, / glory, and  depression; and; as in life, it has  had'its upsaWdclc. wns; coping,  pulling in when/necessary, and  expanding wKeri'the need was  there.  ., We are now able tp say we  jbave a reliable; clientele with  family growth to keep it going.  Not that any recreation facility  jmakes money, but we do have a  ��teady supply of people who do *  use and enjoy the pool. Wdi  liave increased the rates slightly  ihis year but it is still the best  jfamily recreation fun around  for a moderate price. /  | We are dedicated to providing education, fitness, arid  recreationf      : "  f During Christmas break" we  are installing a new hardwood  -floor and air conditioner in'our  Witness room, which only, increases its fame as the "Best Utile fitness centre on the Sunshine Coast". ;;/.y  \  Mark Peers and I have been  Instructing an adult Stroke Improvement class  on  Monday  )and Wednesday nights and have  ;been quite impressed with the  Results. We would like to con-  jtinue these sessions in Jahuary.  jf you  are  interested  please  phone the pool and register.  |  Also hew for the winter pro-  igram, an exciting different form  pf fitness! A class combining  fifoga and Tai-Chi-Chin for all  1 __��^^_^___^_^J_^'_________________  ages. The instructor, Evans  Hermon, , will be discussing  fasting, cleansing and deep  relaxation therapy. It's a great  bargain, believe me, getting an  instructor of Evans' calibre for  this session.  We will have a Christmas  schedule - December 27 to the  31 each day for Public Swim 1  pm to 4 pm.  During January the Pender  Harbour Secondary School will  be using the pool for part of  their PE classes which is a great  break-through for the pool.  This was the expectation many  moons ago when the pool was  first innovated.During the cutbacks and, whatever, the School  Board withdrew its involvement  with the pool. Then we had to  survive on our own, which we  did thanks to community sup-  'port...' . .-.'���:./  Mrs: Shirley Vader will be the  PE instructor,, it's great to have  Shirley   instructing   aquatics  again. Now if we can get the  elementary schools, Halfmoon  Bay and Madeira Park, using  the pool it might take care of  those children whose parents do  not send them to Red Cross  lessons.  Being able to swim on the  Sunshine Coast should not be a  luxury - it is lifestyle survival. It  should be taught without price.  Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.  Pender Harbour Aquatic & Fitness Centre  ft        CHRISTMAS SCHEDULE  The Pool will Open December 27, 28, 29, 30 &31|  only during 1 pm to 4 pm for Public Swimming  MERRY CHRISTMAS  and  HAPPY NEW YEAR  from the Pool Staff  Register at the Pool for Classes: January 7,8 & 9,1987  Pool will be open January 11th on the Winter Program.  3.  Pender People 'n' Places  by Joan Wilson, 883-9606  Christmas is the busiest time  of the year, whether you live in  Toronto, Tokyo or Pender Harbour. Everyone is busy baking,  shopping, wrapping, cleaning  and generally preparing for the  holidays.  Both Sunday Schools pro.  duced Christmas pageants for  parents and friends. Next Sunday,December 21, is the joint  Carol Service sponsored by the  Pentecostal and Anglican congregations, 11:30 am at, the  Community Hall. The Community Choir will be singing.  Don't forget the Carol Ships,  leaving John Henry's at 6:45  pm and Madeira Park at 7  sharp on December 23. Join the  flotilla and carol across the  water with your friends and  neighbours. Call Wilnia  Thompson for more details,  883-2445.  Egmont  News  r  by Ann Cook  i  ANN'S IflQNSENSJ.':;;..  f This month Friday December  13 falls on Saturday. That's  where my head is,at this mid-  Christmas month.    :  I At least I have made a decision: that's to send New Year's  cards this year/ instead -,,pf  Christmas tards and if I carry  n at the pace I'm going.now  ext year I'll probably be?s 6 late  Pll send Easter c&rds.   !      ��� y  l^a^Hiore^jc^pin^day until,  Christmas. Our little but bul-  ging-out-the-walls; thrift  store -  will   be   open "Wednesday  December 17. , That's your last  cftance to pay your bill or you  can darn well wait till next to  year to pay it.        -*  BACKEDDY    TAKES   A  BREAK f  i; Joe the bartender,  Trudy,  Parri and all the staff will  shut'er down Sunday December  21 till next year.  Now they will have time to  tour Egmont singing Christmas  .carols.  Did you know that pne of  their staff Used to own and run  the Christmas Carol ship in the  city for years. Now she plays the  piano for us to sing carols to  when we have our Christmas  dinner together. (That's this Friday). That way we are behind  ���the- time Sr-stilU most pi_us.in.the.  community cook, 1 bake,.and  make ChriS^^fpiod andliav^'  a Christmas dinner together,  sing carols on a piano that  hasn't been tuned sincfe the late-  30's; admire the new babies and  enjoy a happy Christmas evening together.        > ^  Happy week before  Christmas folks.  ��_*.-  i?_T  STUDENT  FINANCIAL  ASSISTANCE  ..  _. I  Tije jfjionpu. able Stanley B. Hagen, Minister of Continuing  Education and Job Training, requests submissions from  interested parties to assist in a review of student financial  assistance programs in British Columbia.  Additional information may be obtained by contacting  feather Dickson, Project Coordinator of the Student.  Financial Assistance Review, at 387-6130.  Submissions should be received no later than  December 31,1986, and addressed to:  Student Financial  Assistance Review  ; jyiinistry of Continuing Education  and Job Training  818 Broughton Street  Victoria, B.C.  -.8V 1X4  Hon. Stanley B. Hagen  Minister of Continuing Education  and Job Training  FAREWELL  Friends of Anne Larson surprised her with a tea at Lions  Hall last Sunday afternoon.  Anne is moving from Madeira  Park to Victoria, and will miss  everyone here.  CHRISTMAS DANCE  Parents of our younger set  are sponsoring a Kids'  Christmas Dance for 13's and  under at the Community Hall,  December 21, 2:30 pm. Adtiiis-  sion is $1 which includes  refreshments.  CURTAIN CALL  Drama students of Pender  Harbour Secondary invite you  to see their latest production on  Tuesday, December 16,7:30 pin  at the school.  The Christmas  Concert at  Madeira Park Elementary will  be held Wednesday, December  17, 7 pm.  VIDEO PARADE  Over the holidays, you may  want to rent a movie and a  video machine (if Santa didn't  leave one under the tree), and  now you have a good choice of  There was a good turn oiit  for our aggravation wind-up  last Tuesday. It's really sadistic  fun to hear the howls of ag-��:  gravated people as they are so  near to 'home' and then their  inconsiderate opponent: sends  them; back ;tp start;(ai\: 'pyer:'  again: Jimp&by ^d-i'te^ch^  the'finals, .Silt' the'superibr rolling power, pf Elva' Booth and  ;, Len Herder was our downfall.  If you have not played it.befpre  don't let that worry you.  You'll soon get on to the cut  throat nature of the game. Feel  free to come and join in the fun  when sessions resume on  January 13, 1987.  Crafts will now be discontinued until January 8. When  we will be starting to prepare  for Pur Spring Tea and Bake  Sale which will be held at our  hall on April 4, Easter novelties  will be in demand so bring along  your ideas.  For the time being at least,  the wood carving sessions on  Thursday mornings are put on  hold due to lack of support  from the membership. This  situation can readily be reversed  should a half dozen members  decide   to   participate;  The Christmas dinner was  held last Thursday at the Legion  in Sechelt. This was probably  the biggest gathering of Branch  69 members in one place at pne  time when some 200 people sat  down to a prepared smorgasbord. The luck of the draw  governed the order in which the  tables picked up their servings.  Kay McKenzie did a super  job of organizing for the branch  and the ladies in the kitchen  kept the food coming till all  plates were filled.  There was entertainment by  Patti Miller, Walter James,  Floyd Carmen, Doug lliird and  the 69'ers group prior tP the end  ?.  LET'S START A  ttrn>t     HOLlDAY TRADITION!  ISf&yiL        We'll allgo to Ruby Lake  ^ BREAKFAST WITH SANTA, SAT., DEC. 20th  9 am to noon, Buffet Style  Includes Juice or Tea or Coffee    .  Adults $4.95    Kids 6 & under $2.50  Then on Sunday, Dec. 28th  HOLIDAY BRUNCH  9 am - 2 pm  SUPER SMORGASBORD  5 pm - 9 pm  |Having a holiday party?  ^Leave your Catering needs to us!  V.7    :._' ������-** ��� ,  % Great Gift Idea -  tRuby Lake Gift Certificates  ii&zS*'*.  <od*fc  RESERVATIONS    883-2269  CLOSED Dec. 24, 25 & 26 Only  Otherwise open daily 7 am - 9 pm  . locations. Harbour Video, our  original, has a good selection of  all kinds of movies, andSiie will  help you to choose one for the  kids. You can rent movies and  machines at Pacifica Pharmacy,  and in Garden Bay, go to John  Henry's for Video II and Harbour Marina and Grocery for  Video I.  Video is family entertainment  at a very reasonable price, no  babysitters or travelling, and  you can make your own popcorn.  GOODBYE!  The Paetkau family will be  leaving the Sunshine Coast in  March. Father John is the Rector of St. Hilda's and St. Andrew's Anglican Church, and  Trudy was well known to^many  Harbour residents during her  time at the clinic.  John has been appointed  Rector of St. Peter's in Comox,  and the family will be moving in  February, with Kristina, five,  Michael, three and Elisa, one.  We wish them well in their new  home, and will miss them.here.  seniors  of the festivities.    -  Please attend the Annuail  Meeting on December 18 at i :30  pm in our hall.  - We will be electing two more  directors at that time and will be  swearing ih our new slate of officers.  Christmas  Craft Supplies  All Yarns &  Sewing Supplies  (Except Patterns)  25%  10%  OFF  OFF  Kenmar knit & sew  Francis Peninsula Place 883-2274  We will be CLOSED DEC.   21 - JAN 5. Open Jan 6  .-.i.^.!��:-_!V.<_tf:..... ?;vV_.)Vxy... i;>_ .1 ..*..._'-  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-3430  RALSTEN ZALES  OPEN DEC. 22, 23, 24 UNTIL 8 PM  WRAPPING  Tues.-Sat., 10-5:30  Sunday noon - 4  ". 14.  Coast News, December 15,1986  %  m&WSZi y'';<  __T_?S.__.��<_1-.'Jri."^.��;.  ;iy ty;.0yCv_>>V*7 <-. ?,, -../   _yi��ii_i_��iiii__f_iiiiaiiiif__fi_iiii;iiiii__ir_iii_iiii<i-^  i   Arts Council  upgrades Centre  by Therese Egan  .-The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council was authorized to  spend up to $7500 last  September by the Vancouver  Ebundation when it approved a  grant request. The money has  fcfeen used to upgrade the  facilities at the Arts Centre in  Sechelt, A new stage was built  (epllapsible and easily moved)  arid theatrical lighting, film and  slide projectors and new, more  comfortable chairs were _ acquired.  -These new acquisitions were  seen as necessary with the increasing number of small concerts, theatrical performances  and other events taking place at  the Arts Centre.  ,<-_. Other improvements have  -bjeen made to the building. The  linfinished storage space has  been equipped with custom-  ipade shelving and cabinets.  The new equipment is now properly stored and easily moved in  and out of the gallery.  | The Arts Centre staff and  many volunteers have worked  very hard this past year to offer  an even greater variety of programmes and to bring artists of  great talent to the coast. It is a  pleasure to be able to provide a  better and more professional  setting for their performances.  We are very thankful for the  support of the Vancouver  Foundation. On our regular  operating budget these capital  expenditures would not be  possible.  Handmade Musical Instruments, the fine exhibition  curated by musician and instrument maker Michael Dunn,  continues until Sunday  December 21 at the Arts Centre  in Sechelt.  Whether you know anything  about instruments or not, the  sheer beauty of these pieces can  be appreciated by anyone.  Please note that the gallery  will be closed from December  22 until it re-opens for the first  exhibition of the new year on  January 23. Gallery hours are  Wednesday to Saturday, 11 to 4  pm, Sunday 1 to 4 pm.  Concerts update  \  Give a gift of music this  jChristmas. There are still good  seats  available for the short  series of Countryside Concerts.  | The University Singers perform January 11, February 1  brings  us  the  Canada  West  jphamber   Orchestra,   The  Moscow Wind Quintet appears  March 22 and the renowned  Anton Kuerti rounds off the  Reason on April 19.  [Series   ticket   holders   are  guaranteed the same seats for  411 the concerts arid the saying is  ife $10 over single price admission.  More than 60 per cent of the  seats have been sold, so don't  leave it untill the last minute. If  you can't make one of the concerts yourself, then give the  tickets to a friend. All performances begin at 2 pm and take  place at the Twilight Theatre in  Gibsons;  Tickets are on sale now at the  Arts Centre in Sechelt or the  Hunter Gallery in Gibsons.  Pub"c Ubrary  lire. ��� " .  $Hours:  !ff|f"esday  ^dnesday  0 Jhu'-sdas.  f^'urday  GIBSONS  LEGION  Branch #109  Dec. 19&20  SPINOFFS  Les  Fowler  Pender Harbour  Big Band Sound '  Specialty Dances  NEW YEARS EVE  PARTY  Info at the bar  Eleven ::  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16  7:00 PM  Coastal Review  The final showing of the local  news programme created by the  Coaistal Review news team from  the Community Broadcasting  class at Elphinstone.  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18  7:00PM  Suncoast Local News  The   Community   Broadcasting Class at Elphinstone is  split up into two news crews.  The SLN crew presents their  final hews show of the year.  7:30 PM  Olde Time Favourites  Steye White and Jack Inglis  present  an  hour  bf musical  entertainment in the first half of  our Christmas Special.  8:30 PM  Christmas carolling with the  Centennial Singers.  The second hour of musical  entertainment taped on location  at the Ken and Arline Collins"?  residence.  [PENINSULA^  MOTOR INN  Hwy 101, Gibsons 886-2804.  invites you to ^  'A Christmas Dance^  featuring Live Music with  KNIGHT SHIFT  Saturday, Dec. 20th  a  Joini New Year's Eve  7   and dance the night away with  'USED GUYS'  Get your tickets Now!  $10/  _g\*>:  6��'  person  \fl�� midnight lunch & party favours  Enjoy the party, then let our  FREE BUS take you home!  . _  Our Management and Staff wish you and  yours the V&ry Best of the Holiday Season!  NgBmnasmmmMnmrnmsammmmsmmmmmsMmmmmmmsMmmm  epping stones  by Peter Trower  Since we don't have a clue  where George Ryga lives, we  park on the outskirts of town  and give him a call. George  allows that he had better guide  us there. Shortly, he arrives, a  smallish dark man with a moustache, and leads us down  obscure, orchard-lined roads to  his tree-screened hideaway. On  first meeting, the playwright  seems a little dour but this  serious demeanour hides a  sociable and vastly-giving  nature.  The house is already filled  with various friends and  relatives of the Rygas. There is a  flurry of name exhanges. We  meet Norma, George's remarkable wife. Norma has been blind  for some years but she treats her  infirmity as though it didn't exist. She is able to move about  the house George had specially  built for her, as though she were  sighted. Norma had been a  sculptor and is still able to make  pottery. Her conversation is  spirited and witty and it is a genuine tonic to meet her.  George produces wine and  beer and we are soon sitting:  down to a tasty supper. I ask the  Rygas about mutual friend,  playwright John Kelly, who  lives in the near vicinity with his  wife and children. Unfortunately, George tells us, the Kellys are  in the throes of packing for a  move to Victoria and have had:  to beg off.  After more general conversation, I broach the matter of the  Jessica Wreck and my quest for  data about it. George gets oh  the phone to his friend Bill0  Barlee, former editor/publisher  of   the   historical   magazine  Canada  West,   and  presently  curator   of   the   Penticton  Museum. Barlee indeed has information plus four good photographs. He agrees to meet us  for lunch, the following day. I  once met Barlee briefly, years'  before and am looking forward  tp chatting with him ajgain.!j    '���;?  John, Fran and Josdf haVer''  still "not 'shb-vn   up*. 'Finally^  around   dusk, : when  we  aife"  beginning to envision variotis  disasters, they straggle in: The '  road had proven rough. They '  were obliged to turn back arid  take alternate routes.  Shortly after their arrival,  there is a violent electrical  storm. We stand outside on the ;  porch and watch the sheet  lightning blow the night apart  with flashbulb bursts of fierce  brilliance.  The pleasant get together  winds down. Josef has said that  George will probably put us up  in another house on the same  disaster  property. This place, however,  has been rented out. Instead,  George guides us across town to  his sister-in-law's apartment.  The sister-in-law, Millie, a  painter, has gone east for  several months and we are given  the use of her comfortable  quarters for the duration of our  stay. Millie's apartment (the  front half of a former church),  is bright, clean and fully equipped with all the modern conveniences. We move in happily.  Summerland and the living is  easy...  Next day, we set out for Penticton to meet with Bill Barlee.  The whole gang goes along, including George and Norma.  The unsettled weather vaccilates  between sunshine and sudden  downpours.  Bill Barlee is already waiting  at the Greek restaurant where  we have agreed to gather.  Barlee, blonde, bespectacled,  . about 50, is an outspoken,  highly knowledgeable man who  takes history seriously. He  remembers me from our brief  meeting at a publisher's convention, years before. We all move  to a large table at the back of  the cafe, order drinks and talk  animatedly. Barlee knows all  about the Jessica Wreck and has  a file waiting for me at the  museum.  I mention the fact that  Hubert Evans had turned me on  to this material originally. "I  hear he died yesterday," says  someone. Hubert was in very  poor health and the news is not  unexpected. But it gives me an  odd, sad feeling. Here I am,  after years of procrastinating,  finally following his advice and  npw, Hubert is gone. I resolve  to go my best lick and dedicate  the piece to his memory; We  discuss Hubert for a bit. ,  Later, Yvonne, Fran arid I  join Bill Barlee at the Penticton  Museum.   (John  is - watching  another soccer game arid the  others have wandered off in  variousdirections.)What Barlee  ,has tb' offer me, exceeds my  wildest expectations. In addi-  jtfpn to a detailed vCoverage.?pf. f  |he cot brier 's inquest,. there are  '���four   previously   unpublished  photographs of the crash, from  -a private collection. The pieces  :of the puzzle are finally falling  into place. I arrange to have  copies made of all the material.  To be continued  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  ������. Vat . y...:  AC Building SuppltaM  Pender Harbour .  "A Friendly P_K)pla Placa"  Christmas Eve-  Dec. 24   5 p.m. - 8 p.m.  CHINESE SMORGASBORD  886-2433  J  New Year's Eve  DINNER  Wednesday, Dec. 31  DANCING    .wfl*^*-* UNTIL 2 AM  Year's Bash  Buffet  Complimentary Champagne  at midnight  Live Music  "*-Si..  t  Tickets on Sale NOW  ;$25 single  $40 couple  xV,  ^84*'  Coming Fri., Dec: 19  The Popular & Funny   Don Bryan  with Professor Noseworthy  and Friends  Show starts at 10 pm  fcT  .*___*___����$;  LADIES' NIGHT - Thurs., Dec. 18  featuring 2 maie dancers  //!  OPEN Wed.-Sat. 8 - 2 am  SKIP& DANNY''  WED. NIGHT POOL  TOURNAMENT   starts at 8 pm -' '-"''���ISi^vJti'V''"-'���~^5T-"ji��'*��*��'''<  Book Gorner  Coast News, December 15,1986  t :      by Montague Royal  j . When Major Matthews, the  doughty Vancouver archivist,  set about compiling the history  of Vancouver, he didn't miss  much. Generally, he did an admirable job in ��� collecting the  facts, obscure or otherwise,  concerning the men and women  who first undertook to hack out  a city from the heavily-forested  ���slopes of the Burrard Peninsula.  '���-;. There was, however, one area  which the Major undertook to  Nature  by Betty Keller  Nature Diary of a Quiet  Pedestrian, by Philip Croft,  published, by November House,  1986. V  Every morning for all, the  years that Philip Croft lived in  West Vancouver, he Went for at'  walk. In this he was not unlike  many of the other retiredjWest  Vancouyerites that you can see  strolling along the;;sea wjalk or  plodding the trails at the foot of  Hollyburn. i  But Philip Croft was a  naturalist and an artist, and  what he brought home from his  walks literally filled books - his  nature diaries. The Nature  Diary of a Quiet Pedestrian is a  record of the year 1981 in both  literary and artistic form.  In the classically simple style  of the true philosopher-  naturalist, he described the  things he had seen, chronicling  the day tp day progress of a colony of paper wasps as they built  ��� Business  Women  meet in  Gibsons  -   .  a-A' small but enthusiastic  group attended the first formation ' meeting of the Sunshine  ^oast/Gibsons^. Business and  ftofessional Wfomen's Club on  becember 4.  i^JRrst Vice-President, Canadian Federation of Business &  jh-dfessional Women's Club,  Bev Hoy, a Vancouver lawyer,  and Lower Mainland Regional  Director Dopthy Calvert were  present to introduce the concept  pf .B&P Wphieri to the group.  ^.i^eUn^ri^y surveys indicated  $#$ the; (jibspris'area would  SWipbrt a B&P Women's Quo;  Dne>6f thejinteresting facts that  came tP lightduririg this survey  was that a;very high percentage  of' .women vruri their own  businesses in Gibsons. This further indicates the viability of a  club being instituted in Gibsons;  * In hers discussion Bey Hoy  jerriairketf that- although, put  Jpiremier agrees with day care he  faid not say what the province  $vas prepared to do about it-  The club supports and entourages women to achieve  tfieir goals and adequate day  care for children is necessary for  ^majority of women to do this.  jK-The' next meeting will be  ���January 8 at 7 pm in tKe Marine  |r_6pm, Gibsons. You are incited to hear more about this  Club, from Dprothy/and Bev.  jContact Gwen Robinson at  885-3890 for further information.  B_C. LiquoifStofes  Special  Christmas  HOURS  ^Iny order to better serve you  <t his Christmas Season, the  Gibsons Liquor Store will be  ftpen 9:30 amfto 9:00 pm  ��.l) B.C. Liquor Stores, will  pose at 6:00 pm December 24  and 31.  LIQUOR  STORES  ignore. Matthews, anxious to  show the pioneers in the best  possible light, blue penciled the  past, censoring out all the less y  savoury aspects of pioneer life.  This resulted in a very one-sided  view of things. It would be quite  possible to conclude^ based  solely on Major Matthews',  sanitized versionof history, that  the citizens of Vancouver's early  years had no vices whatsoever.  Such, of course, was a long  way from the truth. Like any  other frontier city, Vancouver  Iiad its full share of booze,  bawds and bad actors. Local  writer, Betty Keller, finally sets  the record straight in her recent  book On The Shady Side  (Horsdal and Schubart) and the  skeletons come < rattling out of  the closet  A fourth generation Van-  couverite, Ms Keller is well  qualified to tackle such a subject. She does so with authority  and considerable good humour.  The book'is divided into five,  chapters, each dealing with a  their nest, each variety of moth  and butterfly as they made their  appearance, and the creatures  found on the seashore at low  tide. And then he illustrated  them in ink and water coloured  full plates and exquisitely detailed marginals. -  West Vancouver may be i  world away from the serenity of  the Sunshine Coast, but not as  far as Philip Croft's small world  was concerned. This is a beautiful book for anyone who likes  to look closely at the world  around us.  different aspect of bawdy,  dissolute and downright illegal  behaviour in Vancouver's formative years. It was a hard  drinking city from the moment  Gassy Jack Deighton tapped his  first barrel of hooch and the  opening chapter is devoted to  bars, booze and notable imbibers.  Dear Madam, the second  chapter, focuses on the ladies  of the night who plied then-  trade in the city's many  brothels.  Chapter three concerns  various attempts to clean the  town up - none of them notably  successful. Some of Vancouver's early policemen were not  as honest as they might have  been and the fourth chapter  turns the spotlight on them. The  final chapter concentrates on  gambling and gamblers.  Ms Keller has certainly done  her homework. The attractively  packaged book is a good breezy  Firehall Theatre project  Continued from page 1 ,r  The drive will concentrate on  major private foundations  which patronize the arts, and  various branches of the provincial and federal governments.  Memberships   arid   donations  Christmas Special  will be facilitated by their  registration as a non-profit  charitable association.  On-going operating revenue  will come from seat sales at the  foundation's own activities and  SMORGASBORD  95  Dec. 20 & Jan. 1     5-8 pm  Children under 10 - $395  Marine Dr., Lov.tr Gibson*    Cj��*^ "^"T   Sun. & Wookdays, 11:30Vm. ��� 9:00 p.m.  (near Molly's Reach) 886-9219 Fri. ft Sat., 11:30 a.m. -10:00 p.m.  OMEGA RESTAURANT  PIZZA SPECIAL  for thcTprice of a Medium  for month of December  PIZZA  886-2268  ..Coupons not valid with this offer;  from rentals to other organizations. The annual schedule  planned for the foundation in:  eludes three plays and two  musicals running two weeks  each, and 10 concerts, one jazz  festival and one rhythm arid  blues festival, all running for  three days.  Ideas to promote paying au-,  diences include: cut-rate seats to  residents on the first two or  three nights of each week, block  tickets on a profit-sharing basis  to local and Vancouver service  clubs, and bus or boat package  deals for Vancouverites.  Rental revenue is expected  from local groups such as The  Suncoast Players, Capilano  College and The Sunshine Coast  Arts Council which already  estimates a need for a 300 seat  theatre about eight times a year.  Aldennan Peterson expressed  a concern that "It's the  operating costs that worry me,"  and that, given Gibsons' limited  financial resources, municipal  staff rnpt be. expected tp;,hejpi,  with maintenance.  ...\_y��r. Purdy responded that  there would be no mortgage,  that the overhead would be low  and that "rentals will provide  immunity from deficit."  The foundation has aggressively proclaimed that "Our  gestation period is over." Gibsons Council has now given  them another year to prove that  they can do the job.  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  DINING  read. It would. make an ideal  Christmas gift.   .  I*. _L_..__.'_._^l_ _____!?.,.  Quote of tine Week  the conception of faith hath existed from th_;beginning that hath  no beginning and will endure til  '.he end that hath no end.  , Baha'u'llah  __._LS.^t��t^-P___L__v��tTvIx_-  *.J  A  Seaside  NEW YEAR'S EVE  ���"A Gastronomic Affair"������  Terrinede Lapin  a la Maison  Sauce Cumberland  Consomme double royale  rvx��  Salad Melee aux fines herbes  Homard en Court Bouillon  Sorbet en Champagne  Filet de Boeuf Wellington  Sauce aux Chanterelles  Tomate Florentine  Pointes des Asperges  Pommes Duchesse  Omelette surprise  Fromage et Fruits  $125 per couple - Bubbles included  First course served at 8 pm  LIMITED SEATING - RESERVATIONS REQUIRED  886-2887  I  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  It had been some time since I'd dined at The Homestead  Restaurant in Wilson Creek but since we'd recently moved into the neighbourhood we had to give it a try. We chose a Sunday evening to take advantage of their prime rib special and  salad bar.  It's a small family restaurant with the friendliness of a  small town establishment. There were a lot of regular  customers but everybody seemed to feel at home. The service  was efficient but relaxed.  The menu ranges from hamburgers thtough perogjes and  trout to steak and prawns. We chose from the four specials  which, at $11.95 and $12.95, included a trip to the salad bar.  That was a very attractive display of large stainless steel  platters bearing an iriteresting selection. The romaine and  mushrooms, cucumber and onions, a bed of shrimp, and the  big chunks of feta cheese in a Greek salad were especially appealing. ��� >-������; '.������;.'���  The good selection of reasonably priced appetizers proved  irresistible to my better half. The deep fried camembaert  came in seven fat, crispy-coated wedges that drew raves. His  main course of deep fried prawns were also given a good  rating. -  But the piece de resistance was my prime rib dinner.  Covered in peppery fried mushrooms, it was juicy, exquisitely  pink as requested, and oh so tender. The baked potato was  equally tasty and the green peas were very sweet. Small cups  of gravy, horseradish j and sour cream rounded out an absolutely superb meal.   '  Half a litre of Kressman was eminently reasonable at $4  and, with coffee, our bill came to $34.87. We'll certainly be  back, especially to try the B52 cheesecake I had to pass up.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Average meal prices quoted  do not include liquor  Bonniebrook Lodge- Gower Point,  i 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. V., 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. nighdy. MC, V. Lovely  . view arid 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  Priday, 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,  home 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.   .;,:. ...  Mariner's Restaurant- Marine  Drive, lower Gibsons, across from  Dockside Pharmacy, 886-2334. Open 11  to 11 everyday. Hearty food with a flair,  specializing in fresh seafood. Daily salad  bar and homemade desserts. Fully licensed, super harbour view. Great hospitality.  PUBS  Backeddy Pub - Egmont Marina  -883-2298. Open daily - 11 to 11, Sat. &  Sun. 9 tp II. 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. Regular menu 11 am to 8:30"  pm. Appetizers all day till 11 pm. Dart��  every Sun;; 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 cosy1:  marine atmosphere. Fresh seafood iri-  season, plus regular pub fare. Ask your  friendly server about the daily beverage  specials. Gramma's cold beer and wine  store -i above the pub, at street level - is  open every day from 11 am to 11 pm.  Peninsula Motor Inn - Sunshine  Coast Hwy, 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  -885-7414. Open 11 am - 9 pm, Mon-  Thur; 11 am - 10 pm, Fri-Sat; noon -, 9 16.  Coast News, December 15,1986  y'-?:>-:j^J^_f{^MwBlMi'-____Pw__MfcL *^W_F__B&_f_HElPFmmr*W/'*.;....���:_  'iy00f^  1.'%%;'.:  On the rocks  Strikes & Spares  _n the Classic League, Judy  Frampton rolled a 301 single  anci a four game total of 962,  Ddn Slack a 306-881 total and  Li&nel McCuaig.a 308-961 total.  -!j|_e only other 300 game by  Frgeman Reynolds, a 301 single  anjta 691 triple in the Gibsons  ACeague.  piis will be the last report for  theCyear. We wish everybody a  Metry Christinas and a safe  Nely Year.   ���  ���-^ther'Good Scores:  CLASSIC  "Cauleen McCuaig 261-890  Gwen Edmonds 256-932  Barb Christie 274-957  TUESDAY COFFEE  Marilyn Davidson 219-648  Sue Whiting 275^90  Wendy Craighead 272-691  SWINGERS  Belva Hauka 254-555  -Marge Nicholson 225-570  ;.Jack Morris 254-627  GIBSONS A  Lottie CampbeU 294-670  Joan Hostland 291-682  vj/i Slack 260-710  Pam Swanson 261-712  Sim Knowles 282-635  :Jk>n Slack 256-655  WEDNESDAY COFFEE  ______ Craze 221-634  ^Phyllis Hoops 255-548  gLindaVoU 264-677  SLOUGH-OFFS  Lil Hopkins  219^529  June Fletcher  257-633  Pat Gibson  229-648  BALL & CHAIN  Jan Carmichael  234-627  Dorothy Hanson  24��M>76  Vicki Allen  261-681  Sue Whiting  268-706  ,   Russel Robinson  238-633  Ralph Roth  230-636  Harold Allen  287-746  PHUNTASTIQUE  Bev Young  255-652  Jim Knowles  276-633  Bob Fletcher  263-664  NIGHT OWLS  Debbie Koch  218-602  Andy Solinsky  210-610  SECHELT GA'S  Margaret Fearn     '  196-571  Merle Hatley  213-608  SamHatky  232-572  CelByers  291-630  Norm Lambert  248-633  Charlie Humm  290-633  YBC PEEWEES  Jennifer McHeffey  144-269  Chris Voll  151-265  YBC BANTAMS  Tammy Koch  192-444  Debbie Davidson  174-448  JanieU McHeffey  180-507  Jeremy Howden  175-493  YBC JUNIORS  Jennifer Seltenrkh  291-504  Tanya Clark  206-527  Chris Lumsden  258-6*7  GIBSONS  f LANES  *  886-2086  Power  WANTED  I . Used Furniture  and What Have You  "   ALS USED  FURNITURE  .We buy Beer Bottles  &it.  |r-t -886-2812:  The Sunshine Coast Power  and Sail Squadron Fall Boating  Classes will complete their  courses this month.  They have studied boat  handling, lines and anchors,  general seamanship, charts and  piloting, mariners compass, aids  to navigation, equipment and  boating regulations, rules of the  road, safety afloat and manners  and customs.  All participants are better  qualified to conduct themselves  in a safe and seamanlike manner on the water.  Anyone   interested   in   this  course,   planned   to   start   in  January, should contact. Dave ;  Fyles 886-7714or Oskar Frieseri  885-3438.  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  I        TUESDAY  . * Fit & 50+ 9:30 am-10:30 am  ;;��� Senior Swim 10:10 am-11:30 am  ���r] Back Care 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm  \\ Adapted  ;;* Aquatics 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm  r'J PublicSwim     6:30 pm - 8:00 pm  THURSDAY  Back Care        2:00 pm - 2:30 pm  Adapted  Aquatics 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm  PublicSwim     6:30 pm -8:00 pm  FRIDAY  Early Bird . 6:30 am - 8:30 am  Aqua Fit 9:00 am-10:00 am  Fit & 50+ 10:00 am-10:30 am  Seniors Swim10:30 am -11:30 am  Noon Swim 11:30 am-1:00 pm  PublicSwim 3:30 prn - 5:00 pm  Teens Only       7:30 pm - 9:00 pm  SATURDAY  PublicSwim 1:30 pm-4:00 pm  PublicSwim     7:00 pm - 8:30 pm  SUNDAY  Family Swim 1:0Qpm- 3:30 pm  Public Swim     3:30 pm - 5:00 pm  j    NOW AVAILABLE! LENGTH SWIM FOR ADULTS, Mon. and Wed.  ;    evening, 8:30-9:30 p.m. following Masters.  :{ CALLUS  | Gibsons Swimming Pool 886-9415  j Publication of this schedule  l- sponsored by _��*_!! I ���  by Diane Johnson  The action was exciting for  competitors and spectators alike  at the Men's Open Bonspiel as  we were treated to some entertaining, high calibre games.  The 'A' event, sponsored by  Labatt's, was captured by the  Mike Wood rink, a team of  junior curlers from Victoria.  The final game proved to be a  real battle, requiring an extra  end which saw the Wood rink  edging out our local team of  Larry Penonzek, Glen Fisher,  Gary Flumerfelt and Ron  Whitney. Unfortunately for the  Penonzek rink, this is the second year in a row they have  narrowly missed taking the.'A'  event - maybe next year guys.  The 'B' event sponsored by  the Cedars Pub, saw the Bud  Will rink from Delta victorious  over another local foursome  skipped by Ken Skytte.  The lC event, sponsored by.  Coastal Tires, was won by the  local team of Roger Hocknell,  Ken Johnson, Bob Dixon and  Dave Lamb. They defeated the  Rankin rink from Powell River.  The 'D' events sponsored by  Smitty's Marina saw the Kubiic_  rink from Delta defeating the  Richard rink also from Delta.  There are many 'thank yous'  which need to be said to  everyone who helped make the  spiel run smoothly.  First is to Holly,  our ice-  maker, for the good ice and all:  his extra hours over the weekend.  Thanks to Jan Penonzek and  her crew for another delicious  home-cooked meal for a huiw  dred or so!  Another big thank you to all >  the volunteers who helped man  the kitchen and the bar - we  couldn't have done it without  you. And thanks to the Bonspiel  Committee, Glenn Philips and  Larry Penonzek, for pulling it  all together.  We also would like to say a  special thank you to Jack Clement for getting us out of a bind  on Sunday/ Sorry we interrupted your football game  Jack! And last but riot least a  big thank you to the businesses  who support our spiel by sponsoring trophies, etc. We are extremely grateful for your contributions . and contiriued support of the club.  The Gibsons Winter Club has  the honour of hosting the  Pacific Coast Curling Association Championships for Junior  and Juvenile Boys on January  2, 3 and 4, 1987. The action  should be intense as these young  fellows battle it out for the right  to compete in the Provincial  Championships.  The Mike Wood foursome '  from Victoria who captured the  'A' event here last weekend  have set their sights on returning  here iri January. If their team is  any indication of the calibre of  competition, we are going to be  in for a very exciting weekend  of curling. Drop by the rink the  weekend of January 2,1987 and  catch some of the action.  The club is going to be open  Friday evenings commencing  January 9, 1987 for 'drop-in'  curling, with the emphasis on  fun! Anyone who would like to  curl can come to the club on  Friday evenings at 7:30 and we  will form teams with whoever  shows up (or bring out your  whole team). The cost will be $3  per night for club members and  $5 for non-members.  S.C. Golf and Country Club  y^yyk&jfe  by Alec Warner  The team of Maryi.Horn and .  Al White emerged as the win- .  ners of the first half of the 1  Winter Tournament with a final ;  point score of 15. They will play *  the winners of the second half at ^  the end of February to decide.;  the final trophy winners.  ; Pie three teams of Dot Utter- \  back/Dor ___ n   Matthews;   Bill i  Bader/Gfezie Hincks, and Bill ^  Babcock/Geqrge   Townsend  tied at; 14 points each and they;;  will play off^ for. the runner-up >  position of the first half. The se-y  cdridr'hgilf starts  irrimediateiy  . following   the   Christinas  holidays.  The date of the Crib Club  Christmas Party is Wednesday  December 17 with crib play starting at 7:30 sharp.  The next club Tuesday Bridge  afternoon is on Tuesday,  December 30, commencing at 1  pm.  The next Saturday evening  Bridge Night will be held ion  Saturday, January 3, at 8 pm.  A very Merry Christmas and  a Happy New Year to everyone  is my sincere wish.  Minor soccer  Last Saturday December 6,  saw the last games of youth soc- ,-  cer played until the new year.  The youth soccer will start again  on Saturday, January 24.  In the eight and nine year old  age group, Roberts Creek  Legion beat Shop Easy by a  score of 2-1. This was Roberts  Creek Legion's first win and  they deserved the two points  they got.  In the other game in this age  group'-, the two Gibsons teams  played, with Gibsons Building  Supplies beating Elphinstone  Recreation by a score of 7-0.  In the 10 and 11 year old age  group, it was John Nickerson's  team over the Sechelt Lions  with a score of 3-1.  In the other game of this age  group Frank Hoehne's team  downed Gerry Gaudry's team.  The exact score riot available at  this time.  The rule for this week is corner kicks.   '   '-'���,:. ;  When the Whole bf the ball  passes over the goal line, excluding the goal line between  the goal posts, either in the air  or on the ground, having last  been touched by one of the  defending team, a member of  the attacking team shall take a  corner kick.  The whole of the ball has to  be placed in the quarter circle at  the nearest corner flag. The corner flag cannot be moved. A  goal can be scored direct from a  corner kick. The opposing  players have to be at least 10  yards away and the kicker can't  touch the ball after he has kicked it until any other player has  touched the ball.  If the kicker touches the ball  a second time after he has taken  the corner kick before any other  player touches the ball, an indirect kick is awarded to the  defending team.  8 &9 YEAR OLDS  WLTP  Shop Easy 5 3 1 11  Roberts Creek Legion 1 7 1 3  Elphinstone Recreation. 2 5 2 6  Gibsons Building Supplies     8 1 0 16  :    10 & 11 YEAR OLDS  WLTP  Sechelt Lions 4 3 0 8  Frank Hoehne 5 2 0 10  John Nickerson 7 1 0 14  Gerry Gaudry 16 0 2  Elphinstone Recreation 16 0 2  Trend Feed inc.  Fish Feed Specialists  Dry Feed:  - custom orders  - medicated  mailing address: PO Box 1039, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0  location address:^038 Ventura Way, Seamount liid. Park  (604) 886-3258 Vancouver Line: (604) 736-4303  Winter roads got your body  We have the ONLY  Unibody Frame  Measuring &  Straightening System  on the Coast  ^Zgfcr .BOH  Brian's Auto Body  & Painting Ltd.  Beautiful bodies are our business  Sechelt  885-SM4  WHEN YOU  RETIRE, YOUR  INVESTMENTS  SHOULDNT  When your RRSP ends, you can still  shelter your money from taxes.  There are effective and flexible  ways to keep your retirement  dollarsworking for you. I can show  you how. Call me today. -  J.N.W. BUDD 885-3397  DEBORAH MEALIA 886-8771  JIM BUDD 886-8771  QmvedloU  PROFfr FROM OUR EXPERIENCE  FANTASTIC  CARPET SAVINGS!  Luxwtim Saxtium & Twfoto  NOW ONLY  Volume Buying Passes  the savings on to you  Come in & feel for yourself  $1999  ��� fcsq. yd.  DeVries   Floor is Window is Wall Cover.ntjs  709 Hwy 101, Gibsons 886-7112  Service & Quality Guaranteed  ULTRA FUELS  FurnaceOil  StoveOil  27*  per Litre  31* per Litre  Diesel Oil 34.5 per Litre  Purple Diesel    31.5 per Litre  "Complete line of Lubricating Oils"  464-0430 Tony Duffy achieved another  career milestone last weekend in  Squamish by outclassing the  previously undefeated Jazz  Dillon from Nanaimo.  Dillon, age 21, was a replacement for initial opponent Mike  ,0'Connell.  While many coaches scoffed  at Duffy's trainer: for allowing  him to step in the ring for the  main event with such a devastating puncher, the Sunshine  Coast camp felt the bout would  settle qualms regarding his competition and domination of the  139 pound senior open class  division.  In recent bouts Dillon knocked out Kimberly's Justin  Mignault; an opponent Duffy  has split contests with; stopped  Jim Ashford, Canada's Bronze1  medalist in last year's qualifiers  for the Commonwealth Games;  and outpointed USA Junior  National - Champion Thomas  Moore, ;who boasts a victory  over Duffy in 1984.  It may be Duffy's most treasured win, but this weekend's  Silver Gloves box-off for the  Nationals, is most significant.  Mark Jaeger racked up his  sixth straight victory in  Squamish by dazzling Dave  MacDonald in a third round  decision.  Chris Strom fought gallantly  in his first bout but didn't quite  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  '..���>'     GIBSONS  -. . ,  Glassford Road 11:15 am  SundaySchool; 11:00 am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  Sunday School   ; 9:30 am  Rev. Alex G. Reid  Church Telephone; - * ���' 886 .2333  ���_��_%��� Jfk SC*~  NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  y     NEW TESTAMENT  CHURCH  5836 Wharf Ave, Sechelt  Home of New life Christian  Academy KDG to Gr. 12  Now Enrolling  . ��� i  Services Times   .   Sun., 10:30 am  Midweek Wed:, 7:30 pm  Youth Group \ Fri., 7:30 pm  Women's Prayer      Thurs., 10 am  Pastor Ivan Fox  885-4775 or 885-2672  ���        ��� ���  -��� ���   ii; jO s(k _y_-  ���i���  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC W  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  ,,s,.,.. JB85:748V,qrJ-525;6260  Traditional Anglican  Services & Teaching  -*_**��..  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  ���i   ������I.       . ������.... _H(_. Sfk <$(*- i -      ��� ���   i  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  1 ���'������  ��� i     !���____%> Sfk 3f9  ���'���' ������  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    11am  Rev. J.E. Robinson, 886-8436  t. <l J& Xi  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  ���    North of Hwy 101 on Park Rd.  Gibsons  9:30 am Famjly Bible Schol  '��� 11:00 am Worship Service  Weekly Home Fellowship Groups  Rev. Daie D. Peterson  Church Office: 886-2611  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)  11:30am  Reverend John Paetkau ��� ���  ,  ���  885-5019  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   __*��.*.*��- _  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  SERVICES  Sunday Service &  Sunday School 11:45 am  Wednesday    ' 7:30 pm  in United Church Building  Davis Bay  886-7906   885-2506   atkstkatk   PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL  CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park >  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Prayer & Bible Study     /  Wednesday, 7:30 pm    '  883-2374 & 883-9441  Pastor Mike Klassen  sfr flfl j& ���  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Sechelt Elementary School  Sunday:  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Worship Service 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  Coast News, December 15,1986  17.  have enough juice to catch the  more ring-wise Trevor Short  from Maple Ridge and lost a.  split decision.  Minor Hockey  All games this weekend were  closely contested. In Atom action, the Lions and Stars tied at  2-2. Kyle McDougal, Rod  Hickeman, Michael Yates and  Brad Wigard were the scorers.  In PeeWee play, the Black-  hawks defeated the Islanders  3-1 with two goals by Francis  Dixon and one by Joel  Kswasney. Brad Wingfield  scored in defeat.  The Islanders also lost to the  Thunderbirds 7-5. Brian.Dusen-  bury and Dean Stockwell had  hat-tricks and a single went to  Eric Sweet. Mike Lewis had a  hat-trick in the loss with singles  to Danny Tetzloff and Brad  Wingfield.  In Bantam play, the Sea-  hawks beat the Oil Kings 7-5.  For the winners, pairs were  scored by Keith McKenzie and  David Paetkau, with singles by  Mike Jackson, Clay Munson  and Ian Sweet. For the losers, ������'."  Darren Brackett had 2 goals  while solos went to Dexter  Craigan, Chris Wigard and Lee  Pinchback.  expresses thanks  Editor,  The staff and volunteers of  Community Services would like  to express our sincere thanks, for  the time and effort put into the  Winter Fashion Fest '86 by the  following sponsors:  Margaret Humm - Marlee  Fashions, Nikki Weber - Strings  'n' Things, Floyd Carmen,  Mildred Hawkins, Janice Hall  -Zippers, Morgan Thompson  -Morgan's Men's Wear, Jose  Schubert - The Dog House, The  Baileys - Workwear World.  We would also like to thank  those who donated to the show:  Tri Photo, Upstairs Downstairs  Shoppe, Cafe Pierrot, Kitchen  Carnival, Bernie's Shell Station,  Chicken Shack, Driftwood Inn,  Casa Martinez, The Book  Store,   Milore   Nursery,   Big  Support  Editor,  It was brought to my attention how great the mini bus  (Handidart) service is in need of  more money from SCRD to expand their route.  This would include Grantham's Landing, West Sechelt,  and Halfmoon Bay. Also better  hours to include Friday night  and, Saturday.  To accomplish this send supportive letters addressed to:  Manager, Mini Bus  Community Services  Box 1069  Sechelt, B.C.  J. Scholefield  Halfmoon Bay  Mac's, Seecoast Living, Shop  Easy, Family Bulk Foods,  .Unicorn Pets and Plants, The  Raven Restaurant, Trail Bay  Hardware, Pacifica Pharmacy,  Pharmasave, Trail Bay Snack  Bar, Macleods.  We deeply appreciate your  contribution to the work of  Community   Services.   Thank ���  you all; V. Silver  President of SCCSS  Thank  you  Editor,  On behalf of the Gibsons  Landing Merchants' Association, I would like to thank most  heartily the children of Cedar  Grove School and everyone else  responsible On the evening of  Friday, December 5, for the fine  turnout at Pioneer Park. The  event was a huge success and  opened the Gibsons Landing  Christmas Shopping in fine, old  tradition.  Special thanks tb Santa, Sam  Reid, Pat Storey, Verna Sim,  Elphie Grads, Gibsons  Volunteer Fire Department,  Bruce Forsyth for his patience  with the PA system and of  course the Coast News for the  sensational coverage, not  forgetting the Rubins, of Bonniebrook Lodge, for the boat  decorating prize.  The faces of the children of  Cedar Grove Choir gave us all"  the nostalgic reminder of an old  fashioned Christmas, thank  you.  Bill Walkey  Reference: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time ���  -For Skookumchuk Narrows add  t hr. 45 ml?-., plus 5 min. for  .each ft. of rise* _nri ?.i_ln. ���.'  for each ft. of __!.  TIDEUNt  BOAT MOVING LTD  .../..... A/ fi<)SCH  WH AR.   RD  SFCHFLT  Thinking of Bout Mo vine/?  GIVE USA CALL  Fully Licenced 'and Insured  885-4141  Church plans  musical Christmas  Sunday morning, December  21, families on the Sunshine  Coast will be welcomed in  United Church Congregations  at 9:30 am.in Davis Bay and \\~  am at Gibsons, as they celebrate  the meaning and message of  Christmas and enjoy its special  mucic.  Christmas Eve in both churches is traditionally set apart for  family participation with Carols  and Readings, at 7 pm in Davis  Bay and 11 pm in Gibsons on  Glassford Road. At midnight  Holy Communion will be  celebrated in the: Gibsons  Uhited Church, with an open  invitation to any who might  wish to take a short time to  meditate and prepare for the  Christian Festival which continues to point the way to peace  and sanity in the troubled  world.  On Sunday, December 21 at 3  pm in the Gibsons United  Church, the Centennial Singers,  Gibsons United C^  and the Harmony Hall Singers  will join together .to present a  choral concert.   ��� /  The chpirs will; perform in-  dividually as well as together to  present Christmas music from  all eras. ' :yyk:y'y.y'k-. ��� "' '���'  ,.v To get the audience involved  in the Christmas mood there are  several pieces requiring participation from everyone and,  ipf course, all the favourite  carols will be sung together to  make it a sing along to be en-  ?joy��cl by all.  Province of ���  British Columbia  Ministry of  Transportation  and Highways  GIBSONS HIGHWAY DISTRICT  NOTICE is given, pursuant to Section 9(4) of the  Highway Act. that the Ministry has received an application to discontinue and close a portion of  Woodland Road allowance 1.0 km. east of Gibsons  adjacentto Lot F, Plan 2075* DL687, Group 1, N.W.D.  And that such closed road allowance be vested, pursuant to Section 9(2)(c) of the Highway Act.  A plan showing the proposed road closure may be  viewed at: Gibsons District Office, 1016 Seamount  Road, Gibsons, B.C., Phone 886-2294 during office  hours. Any person having an objection to this application for road closure should do so in writing not  later than January 2,1987.  District Highways Manager  For: MINISTER OF TRANSPORTATION  AND HIGHWAYS  2Z  pt**/ 207$  _\___-__v^   W/ooolra/d f?oru>  ���7S.  %  ..J..  ...  #:'  ._���  \&  Si  5T  '.  .  For Great Gift Ideas...  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Coast News, December 15,1986  t'  if  __.�����  fl-: -     1 ���  Vi*    I,-:  S3  _.  1 .  : _ . ���  ���-8 -/  5 ��  a   'V. \  _��-  ! __���  .   _f  m  5. .  t . ���  6      i'  i     !:  elt Council does  some year-end clean-up  '' The Sechelt Council committee meeting held last Wednesday  night was the last of 1986 and  many items on the agenda were  .issues that had been put aside  .throughout the year. Administrator Malcolm Shanks  itold the committees that the  jissues needed to be dealt with  I before the New Year.  One such item was a letter  ;from the Ministry of Forests  land Lands asking for council's  recommendation on a foreshore  lease application by Bill Bailey  for the purpose of private  moorage. In attendance was  Wes Tietzen, a nearby resident,  who voiced his opposition to the  application.  Malcolm Shanks, municipal  administrator, told the committee that the Baileys had received  approval for construction from  the Ministry of the Enrivon-  ment and had thought that was  t ���  CHRISTMAS/ NEW YEAR 1986/87  Happy Holiday  Over the festive season, you'll see some changes in our  schedules.   ' ">y.;  There will be extra sailings between the Mainland and  Vancouver Island to make it easier for you to get together  with your friends and family. And, you'll find minor changes  on our Sunshine Coast; Gulf Island and Mainland-  Vancouver Island routes, including Christmas Day and New  Years Day, so that as manyktf our employees as possible  may spend time with their families.  All the information is in our special CHRISTMAS  SCHEDULES. Pick up a copy at any ferry terminal, aboard  ship, at tourist facilities, or call:  !  I  !  i *  VANCOUVER  669-1211  VICTORIA  386-3431  From all of us at BC Ferries to all our passengers,  heartfelt good wishes for the holiday season.  .^:  P.S. BC Ferries $25 Travel Certificates  make great gifts. Available from onboard newsstands^ at terminals and  from BC Ferries Head Off ice, Victoria.  MasterCard, Visa and American Express  accepted, except on board ship.  BCFGRRIGS  Welcome Aboard!  5131  all they needed to start construction. Shanks had contacted  Lands and Forests, and was told  that while the ministry didn't  like that to happen, it is fairly  common and shouldn't cause  the application to be denied  unless there were other problems.  But Tietzen was adamant.  "Ignorance of the law is no excuse," he said. "Will council  give its stamp of approval to  violation of provincial law?"  At this point in the meeting,  Shanks realized that the letter  from Lands and Forests was  dated early September and  council had 30 days from that  date to submit any objections  they had.  Nevertheless, the planning  committee voted to recommend  approval of the application with  Aldermen Langdon, Short and  Shanks opposed.  In other council business,  Alderman Len Herder, chairman of the public works committee agreed with residents in,  the area of Laurel and Arbutus  that they need a street light at  the intersection. But the question of who would pay for it  didn't get resolved.  Mayor Koch pointed out that  when restructuring took place,  people were promised that  things would be paid for on a  "user basis". That seemed to  create a lot of questions but few  answers. Did that mean that only the people who live at the intersection would have to pay or  all of Davis Bay? Don't the people who have to be charged have  to approve the installation of  the light? ;  Herder asked the committee  to put the matter over to  January, in order for him to  study the possibilities and come  up with a recommendation.  In an interview with the  Coast News last Friday, Herder  agreed that if the people who  are going to pay for a street  light have to be approached and y  agree to thie charge, the cost of  one small street light would oe  so prohibitive that most areas  would remain dark for 3 veiy  longtime.  _*__*_.*��� ~* *__ .<. ���_. -~4^  ff- -  -/__-'r _ _tyy<'-'^\^Ayy^xMkk&____;_&_���:,>.___  HEATING  ICG LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across St.  from Big Mac's, Sechelt  'Wood Add-On Furnaces)  to Oil, Gas or Electric  Heat pumps, boilers and        885-2466  all your heating needs 885-2876  SECHELT HEATING & SHEET METAL  MISC SERVICES  ���  r  We carry a full line of  *���*����� Inglis HOME APPLIANCES  A MITSUBISHI ELECTRONICS  In the Dock.  Sechelt  COAST APPLIANCES  885-3318  r  P & M MOBILE WELDING  B.C. Class A Ticket. Specialty Equipment &  Truck Repairs. 24-Hour Call-Out.  WEDDING ��� PORTRAIT ��� FAMILY ��� COMMERCIAL,  25 YEARS PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE  don hunter  box 1939  photography 886-3049  JVe Come To You Anywhere On The Sunthlne Coast j  886-2182  886-8363  -886-3436-  WHY SETTLE FOR LESS! GET THE BEST!  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Geri - 686-8053, Stella - 886-7370,   Pam - 883-9308, Ed or Linda - 885-3963  ROLAND'S   HOME IMPROVEMENTS LTD  VI  ��� 5" Continuous aluminum gutters  ��� Aluminum soffits & fascias  ��� Built-in vacuum systems  Vinyl siding .        885-3562  1^      siarliTcT  ,o* & POolg  DAYS0R  EVENINGS  885-5304  POOL SERVICE  All your chemical  needs  <!.  _.__._ ' OWNER  HRi?BcRd   RAY MIDOLEMISS  Need this space?  Call  thf.   COAST  JVIEtA/S  ."'.������'    a_  886-2622 or 885 3920  V  Refrigeration &  Appliance Service  V    BACK AT PRATT RD. 886-9959  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� CABINETS -  886.9411  Showroom Kern's Plaza, Hwy 101  Open: Monday to Saturday, 10-4 pm  A Christmas card in the form  of 40 singing students was part  of the program presented to  school trustees when they held  their meeting at Cedar Grove  School last week. The children  sang several carols and were accompanied by three auto-harp  players. I  The singing followed a  presentation made by three  teachers at the school of a new  teaching technique that the staff  is adopting.  Principal Sam Reid told the  board that every teacher in the  school, except one. who was ill,  had given up the first Saturday  in December to take a  workshop on using ' 'the  writer's cycle'' in teaching.  Marylin Giesbrecht explained  the concept, which helps  children use both the right and  left side of the brain to express  their ideas and thoughts  through the medium of creative  writing.  The technique can be used in  teaching a variety of subjects  and   examples   of  this   were  shown' by Pat Story. The  presentation ended with teacher  Nelly Gray leading the trustees  through the initial stages of  relaxation and imagining.  The board of trustees obviously enjoyed the demonstra  tion "You're enthusiasm is contagious" said Dave Mewhort.  Sam Reid smiled as he told  the board that "next year when  you have a meeting here, we'll  be called Cedar Grove Writing  School."  Discover the colours that compliment your skin tones  COLOUR ANALYSIS by DIANA- I  Qualified Colour Consultant  %  vtf  &*  Co\��  &*   yv  X*  *e  Gift Certificates ��� Specialty Yarns  The KNIT WIT  On the hill, Hwy 101, Gibsons  88^2717 ���>!  NEED A LAWYER  OR LEGAL INFORMATION?  LAWYER REFERRAL SERVICE: If you think you might have a legal problem  but aren't sure, if you need legal advice but don't know where to look, if you need  a lawyer but donn know one���the Lawyer Referral Service can help you. It's:,; - . ���,  simple and inexpensive: an interview of up to 30 minutes costs only $10.  ^aiwyer.Referral Service, Vancouver 687-3221.  DIAL-A-LAW: For free general legal information on 125 different topics, phone  N.;-to!l-frd.e;t-8qpf_f2r0956..  Public services sponsored by the B.C. Branch, Canadian Bar Association and  funded by the Lajw Foundation of B.C.  ���  AUTOMOTIVE  NEED TIRES?     Coine in tb  COASTAL TIRES  T>RE * SUSPENSION CENTRE  886-2700      886-8167  Hwy.101, just VVest of Gibsons  CONTRACTING  Coast Concrete Pumping  & Foundations  -���.��������� ���-. \'������.��������� ���  FREE ESTIMATES  JohnParton     885-5537  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  3 S T I M A T E S 886-268J7 eves:   gua^S  CLEANING SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers Available  885-9973 886-2938J  CONTRACTING  HOUSES TO LOCK-UP OR COMPLETION  AND ��� RENOVATIONS ���ADDITIONS ���  CADRE  CONSTRUCTION lt7  r  L M0S0LANCZKI  Masonry Contractor  V  886-2982  Stone __ Brick Work  Fireplaces  R.R.. 4.S5C47  Gibsons, B.C.  V0N1V0 J  For: Ready Mix Concrete Sand & Gravel  Dump Truck Rental  Formed Concrete Products  Phona 885-9666 ��� 885-5333 J  POMFRET  CONSTRUCTION  For all aspects of  residential & commercial construction  885-9692   PO Box 623, Gibsons, B.C.  Effective Tuesday, October 14, 1986 through Thursday, June 25,1987:  Lv Horseshoe Bay  7;30 am     6:30 pm  9:30 7:25  1:15 pm     9:15  3:30  Lv Langdale  6:20 am      4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  12:25 pm      8:20  2:30  Lv Earls Cove  . 6:40 am       6:30 pm  10:30 8:30  12:25 pm      10:20  4:30  Lv Saltery Bay  5:45 am      5:30 pm  9:15 7:30  11:30 9:30  3:30 pm  EXTRASAILINGS:Christmas: Friday, December26 through Sunday,December28.1986  Gibsons  BUS  OMEGA  Terminal  * Note there'will be no  "First Ferry" run oh Saturdays  NO BUS SUNDAYS  ���6:02  7:45  9:45  11:45  1:40  3:45V  5:45  MINI-BUS SCHEDULE  ..'������. Leaves Sechelt  .'for Gibsons  The Dock, Cowrie Street  Gibsons       *6__> Sunnycrest   *5:55  Marina            7:47 Mall                 8:00  9:47 10:00  11:47 12:00  1:42 1:50  3:47 4:00  5:47 6:00  Lower  Bus  Shelter  Monday  8:40 a.m.  10:00 a.m.  1:00 p.m.-  3:15 p.m.  Tuesday'     Wednesday  . 8:40 a.m.  '10:00a.m.  1:00 p.m.  2:30 p.m.  8:40 a.m.  '10:00 a.m.  1:00 p.m.  ' 3:15 p.m.  ���6:03  8:03  10:03  12:03  1:53  4:03  6:03  Thursday  8:40 a.m.  * 10:00 a.m.  1:00 p.m:  2:30 p.m.  Ferry  Terminal  ���6:10  8:10  10:10  12:10  2:05  4:10  6:10  Friday  8:40 a.m.  10:00.a.m,  3:15p.m.-  9:15 a.m.  *10:45 a.m.  * 1:35 p.m.  .4:00 p.m;  route  9:15 a.m.  11:45 a.m.  1:50 p.m.  * 4:00 p.m.  via Flume Road,  9:15 a.m.  '10:45a.m.  ' 1:35 p.m.  4:00 p.m.  9:15 a.m..  11:45 a.m.  * i:35p.m.  * 4:00 p.m.  Beach Avenue & Lower Road  9:15 a.m..  10:45 a.m.  4:00p.m.  EXCAVATING  hi  886-7359  Conversion   Windows,   Glass,  Auto  &   Marine Glass, Aluminum Windows  j  & Screens, ���,���,���.���       _, ,        Mirrors     I  Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd. J  CHAINSAWS^)  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  ���       CHAINSAW LTD.  HWY. 101 & PRATT RD.   886-2912J  JANDE EXCAVATING  V.  Backhoe  Bulldozing  H.R. 2, Leek Road  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0  Sand & Gravel  Land Clearing  Drainage  886-9453  Damp Truck  Excavating  JOES EDNA  BELLERIVE .  GARRY'S  Crane  Service  886-7028  ��� 45 J.D. Cat & Hoe  ���6 Ton Crane  ��� Truss Delivery  ��� 16' Deck or 40" Trailer  ��� FREE Dead Car Removal  ��� Concrete Anchors Coast News, December 15,1986  19.  5 acres - some improvs., 1 mile  to Gibsons, $42,500 or trade for  older house in village. 886-7831.  -:-'.'\y.y :;���   ."#50  1232 sq. ft,, 3 bdrm. rancher,  1% baths, 20x19 finished  garage, dbl. concrete drive, fenced front yard, 10x14 sealed  s/deck, will take lot as down  pmnt. 886-7309. #1  (_  m  Births J  Si  rw  Proud first-time grandparents  Sonny and Marie Reid, are pleased to announce the arrival of  Josey Marie. Josey was born to  Bobbi & Bernard Bennett at  Lion's Gate Hospital, November  15,1986. #50  Setchfield: to Derek and  Claudette a beautiful baby girl,  Sara born at Surrey Memorial  Hospital. Very happy grandparents Eva Setchfield & Marcei  & Armand Jolicoeur of Vancouver. #50  South Coast  Ford       ).  1976 FORD F250  4x4  6 Cyl., 4 Speed  y   Great Wood Truck!  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885*3281  CALDER: passed away December  9, 1986, Jean Manson Calder,  late of Granthams Landing in her  76th year. Survived by 1 brother,  John and his wife Betty of Burnaby; 3 nephews, Robert & wife  Bonnie and their children, Alison  & Sheila of Burnaby, Bruce &  wife Wendy, & their children,  Jennifer & Robert of North Vancouver, David & wife Debbie &  their children, Sean & Ryan of  Prince George. Serve was held  Friday, December 12, in the  Chapel of Devlin Funeral Home,  Gibsons. Reverend Ed White officiated. Cremation. Remembrance donations may be made to  the Cancer Society. #50  c  Thank You  D  The warmest thanks to the GVFD  for putting out my chimney fire on  Tuesday night. You guys are the  greatest! #50  Seasons Greetings to volunteers  on the Sunshine Coast. Many  thanks. Mary ireson. #51  We would like to express our  sincerest thanks to GVFD, The  Forst's, Carol, The Elves Club,  the BCGEU, the BCOSA, the folks  at the Office, the students &  parents of Gibsons Elementary &  all the othiers who've been so  helpful. May you all have a very  Merry Christmas.  Bruce, Lisa, Amy & Rose .    #50  A very sincere thank you to the  Gibsons Firemen for putting out  my chimney fire at Maplewood  Lane. Mrs. K. Norstrom ���  #50  Seasons Greetings to the ladies of  the telephone tree. Thanks for  being unceasingly cheerful. Mary  Ireson. #50  '*"', 7". kv/ ''  '-'Vv"'  '-, .��- *>{��� vv��- i~;?y  ���*__l____l_ai__________________f___  Adoptive parents concerned with  proposed legislative meddling  with existing records leave phone  no. at Box 241, c/o The Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons. Submission deadline Dec. 20.     #50  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  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  &*'  .;' _  '*__.  Site.  if is.  P  I  m  .���-.if.  m  iM.  P  ....  f_,;.  HP  _ -,'  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  IN PENDER HARBOUR���������   Pacif lea Pharmacy #2 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  John Henry's 883-2253  IN HALFMOON BAY-���   B & J Store 885-9435  IN SECHELT  Books & Stuff  (Trail Bay Centre) 885:2625  The Coast News  .    (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY-  Peninsula Market 885-9721  ROBERTS CREEK  Seaview Market 885-3.00  IN GIBSONS  The Ladies Auxiliary to Royal  Canadian. Legion Branch .109,  Gibsons wish to thank;weryone  for making their annual  Christmas Bazaar a success.  Prizes won by the following: Door  prize, G. Gilchrist; raffle, 1st  prize $100, Rory Donald; 2nd  prize $50, Jake Klausen; 3rd  prize decorated. Christmas cake,  Dave Morton. Merry Christrnas to  - all .-LA to RCk. 109,   ~ --^--^60  - Sunshine rAchievemerttv Centre,  Industrial Way, Gibsons invites  the public'to Open House &  Christmas browsing Dec. 17,18,  19.9am-9pm.     y #50  Christmas Gift Ideas, Reflexology  Gift Certificates, professional  treatment tables, reasonable.  886-3120, #51  GINNY ALSAGER'S  MAKE-OVER MAGIC!._,  Make-up   lessons,   colour  analysis,  wardrobe consultant.  886-2458   eves.;   or   collect  738-6356. #50  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  1978 FORD  COURIER PICKUP  4 Cyl., 4 Speed,  Priced Right  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  Radio Shack  (Sunnycrest Mall) 886-7215  The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  Man's gold ring with Masonic  symbol. Reward. 886-2840. #50  Male cat - grey long haired tabby  East Porpoise Rd, Sechelt.  Answers to Casey. Please phone  885-2898. #50  Large Reward. Female Shepherd  cross, 4 yrs., mostly black with  cream, very friendly. West Van.,  922-4041. #50  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  ^. f^;^lf  Sanyo FM/cassette recorder.  Owner may claim at Gibsons  RCMP. #50  Young male cat grey with white  paws and chest (brown & white  flea collar) School Rd area.  886-9265 or 886-2149.        #50  *'*   -IS*?'  SPCA  885-4771  TFN  __.   ' * ��*  You'll receive courteous service from  the fine folks at Peninsula Market ��� Our  'Friendly People Place" in Davis Bay.  4 yr. old saddle pony, reas. price  to good home. 885-5635 after 5  pm. #51  Adorable purebred miniature  smooth Dachsund puppies. M/F  shots. 483-2219. #1  Wanted: couple of steer feeders.  885-9294 eves. .-. #1  Free puppies very cute. Ph.  885-3522, /  #50  Nice rock doves & pigeons for  sale $2 each. Also some nice  roosters. Phone Hans' after  school. 885-2572. ; #1  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  South Coast  Ford  1985 PONTIAC  ACADIAN)  4 Cylinder, Automatic,  Good Condition.  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  I DL 5936 885-328. y  &  '* PIANO  TUNING  repairs __ appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  HAMMOND ORGAN  ;   A1 Condition   _'-  886-9453 .  #1  Refinished Haines Bros, upright  grand piano, $1200. 886-7837.  .   ,....,   ���       v-;. ?y .-.vjg-i  Airtight woodstovf to heat 1500  sq. ft. house. 886.-7226. V  #50  1 pair girls ice skates,- size 1.  886-3251.".     ^     .    #50  y ���������.,;. *.,,.;..,*., ...,,+....���..*���������  13-15 ft. clinker "put-put" in  gpod.shape.:_8^79^__sk for  al  - -/ .--Hl^'i #1  10 or 15 gal.' aquarium with  canopy. Ph. 886-7736, please  ask Brian or Donna. #50  Double boxspring & mattress,  firm, must be In top condition,  good card table;& chairs. Ph.  885-5431.      ; .;..'.������       #50  Sound therapy tapes. Call Ann by  10 am 883-238?, #50  Antique furniture & country style  collectibles & curios on consignment. Viv's Antique Attic, (beside  Pebbles Realty), 886-8365.   #51  Pre-WW II bopks on agriculture.  886-9654.   ' #50  British   made  886-8325 eves!  Concertina.  #50  Scrap cars & trucks wanted. We  pay cash for some. Free removal.  Phone 886-2617. TFN  Buying coins '���&' stamps, gold &  silver, paying top dollar. Call Dar-  cy, 886-2533; or Box 1803, Gibsons. #50  For Old Times Sake - now open  10-4:30 Thur,-$at. Sun-Mon by  chance. Christmas gifts, glass,  collectibles, second hand, tools.  Drop- in for coffee - 101 & Pratt  Rd. beside Elson Glass.       #50  600v weld, supply cable, w/w  drapes, wall heater "etc." bath,  door, diswasher. 886-7505  Thompson.   ��� ��� #50  Artley . clarinet $225; Kintail  bagpipes .&;c?se; Norco girls  bicycle $75, alf exc. cond. Also  wanted: 2600 video game  machine. 886.7378. #1  Baldwin elec! organ, exc. tone  w/rhythm ace, $350; Bond knitting frame w/pattern & mag., 1  yr. old, $150; X-country ski  pkg., sz. 7M boots, $60.  884*345.    , #51  SUNSHINE  COAST T.V. LTD.  Authorized Dealer  Teclmics  professional TV Repairs  WE ACCEPT TRADE-INS  885-9816  Roll rim tub w/taps, $80; Singer  treddle sewing mach. in oak  cabinet, $150; 1900's fan with  ivory carved handles and silk  hand embroidered decorations,  $600.886-2730 eves.     ���   #50  Norco 12 speed racer With saddlebags, purchase. price $525,  rarely used, stored indoors, like  new, $225. 885-5911 evenings  or early morning. #50  28 gal. aquarium, filter-syst. &  acces., $40 OBO; 2 rims for Ply.,  $10. 886-9815 aft. 5. #1  MacLeod's  Wine & Beer making kits  for Christmas  20% off  at MacLeod's  All Royal Albert in stock  30% off  at  MacLeod's  $25.00 off  All.fridges, stoves,  washers & dryers  in-store  specials on  small electrical  appliances  MacLeod's    885-2171  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  DRILL YOUR OWN WELL  Y-j-table hydro-drill & casing,  cost $1700, sell for $900 firm..  886-2798. ������-..���     #50  Matching couch & chair, $125  OBO, plus solid brass stand-tip  lamp. 886-3398.    ��� #50  South Coast  Ford  1984 F150 PICKUP  .    Six, 4.speed, canopy,  1 owner, 36,000 kms.-...  a Wharf Rd., Sechelt  ' '::bi_"M.3688^32:81 ��� ."--,  feKtr_fox vacuums comp. with  fpower r^zzle & attachs., 6 mo. to  I. yr. warlanty, from $199-$299.  ;_885-3963^H #51  .--���'������; - ��� '   -VL-'t ___ _.'  ^Complete 24 vol/- set of craft  bks., as new, $250 (val. $450);  beer fridge, $75; Col. chesterfield  & rocker, $300 (beige background, green/orange floral, exc.  %nd.);. wopden. cab w/sliding  doors,   approx.   3'H   x4'L.  ^886-2201,   ask   for   Betty,  ji 886-2673 aft. 6 pm. #1  Admiral dishwasher, built-in,  ^100.886-7519. #50  For Old Times Sake - now open  10-4:30 Thur-Sat. Sun-Mon by  chance. Christmas gilts, glass,  ;collectibles, second hand, tools.  'Drop in for coffee - 101 & Pratt  Rd. beside Elson Glass.        #50  CLAHOLM  FURNITURE  Have Santa  buy you  anew  Chesterfield,  Pining Room, or  Bedroom Suite  for Christmas -  No Down Payment,  no payment 'til  Spring O.A.C.  HOURS: Tues.-Sat., 10am-5pm  Cowrie Street  "across from Bank of Montreal  Sechelt  885-3713  .        Christmas goose  4 live geese, for sale or trade,  bonus down. 886-7194.       #50  Firewood for sale, maple $50,  alder $40 for _. ton load. Split &  del. 886-7196. . #50  Bed Chesterfield (vinyl) $100;  table & 4 chairs $80; table lamp;  16.5" truck wheels; mirror;  aquar. equip. 886-8413 days. #1  14" Horizonal power saw  (metal). Ph. 886-9159. #1  -1.7' Prowler Travel,Trail. - sleeps  '6, stove, fridge, shower. Good  cond. $1,500; 18 CF upright  freezer very good cond. $200.  Ph. 886-3982 after 7 pm.       #1  Moving must sell 5 piece antique  bedroom set w/new mattress  $750 OBO. Ph. 885-9840      #50  Nice looking.wood stove $250.  Ph. 886-3220. #1  Bontempi organ, electronic,  $500; ex. bike, like new.  886-3883 aft. 5 pm. #51  Firewood for sale, fir & hemlock,  seasoned 2 yrs, immediate  delivery $75/cord. 886-3411. #1  Springsteen 5 LP set unopened  $39.95.885-7395. #50  Frozen prawn tails 5 pound box  $30.00; 2 pound bag $15.  886-7819.    . #1  Portable dishwasher Mobile Maid  works, $75; B/WTV 19" Zenith  portable, works. Phone eves.  885-2468. #1  LIVE & CUT  CHRISTMAS TREES  tPOINSETTIAS  (All Sizes)  FRESH CUT  FLOWER  ARRANGEMENTS  (for all occasions)  CHRISTMAS  ARRANGEMENTS  Table Centers, Wreaths & etc.  Mon-Sat, 9-5:30  Sun, 10-4  886-9889  CHRISTMAS  TREES  Live & Cut  Beautiful  POINSETTIAS  Quality Farm 6*  Sapden Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd.,  Gibsons  886-7527  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  Seasoned firewood, $75/c'ord,  split & delivered. 886-3025 after  6, #51   T4S TOPSOIL  Cover your plants with mushroom  ;nianureis6 thefrpstrwon't ge^  them. $25/yd.i $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  1st Sechelt...  Ciib;& Scout  Christmas Tree  Sales  Dec. 19th & 20th  Behind Trail Bay Mall  SUNSHINE COAST  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  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 Gwm Nfmmo,  Cemetery Road, Gibsons. Phone  886-7778. Howe Sound Farmer  Institute. TFN  South Coast  K      Ford        A  1979 DODGE OMNI  4 DOOR  4 cyl., automatic,  Undercoated.  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  w       PL 5936 885-3281      J  HYDROPONIC NUTRIENTS  and Halide Lights, etc.  Quality Farm & Garden Supply.  886-7527. TFN  Solid mahog. Duncan Fife DR  suite, antique, good invest.,  $4500; four poster bdrm. suite,  walnut, antique, good invest.,  $3500. 885-3458 before 7pm.  #50  Homelite Holiday chainsaw, as  new. Phone 886-9546 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  HAY FOR SALE  $3.50/bale; garden mulch hay,':  $3/bale. 885-9357, TFN''  COAST COMFORT '  Teas, herbs, sachets, potpourri,,  mulled wine spice, mineral bath'  & more. Great gifts from $1.95 to*  $3.95. Available at THE-  BOOKSTORE. Cowrie St.;  Sechelt, 885-2527 & other loca^  stores.. TF-f1  Multicycle Inglis auto washer,'  $295. Guaranteed & delivered,"  883-2648.  . .      TFNJ  Satellite  Systems  'SALES, SERVICE  & SYSTEM UPGRADES  ��� DESCRAMBLERS ���  IBM Compatible  COMPUTERS  from,999 '.;  Green Onion  Earth Station  885-5&M.  *w*yJ?L  WMi  ttn^tti^mtm  *-  ^TRIUMPH WOODSTOVE^  ,   Installed vyith 13' of  . chimney & stove pipe  Having stove problems?  Call the  STOVE DOCTOR  A.C. BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your  HOME>^U  BUILDING CENTRE  DIVISION  Of  HOMI  HAIDWAII  ITOtll  883-9551  Dining rm. set (wrought iron);  Horsehair chesterfield &��� chairs;  "Shell" oil furnace. 886-9587.  .   #50'  Bowli-ne composting toilet; Lux-  ura queen sz. mattress, $100.  886-9654. #50  Locally made evergreen  Christmas wreaths, $9.50.  886-2489 after 6pm. #50  rgy   <.. _.__pva^g3  % Ton Chev. PU, long box, 29_,  6 cyl., runs good, $350.  885-3429; #1  1 Ton flat deck GMC, duel  wheels, new paint & tires, 6$,  good condition, $1200.  885-3429.       >  v ���   #1  77 Rrebfrd, V6, very good  cond. $2400 OBO. 886-3493. \  ��� ft  s***   885-2030  Rentals DL77ii  73 Volvo SW auto, 81,000 miles,  1 owner, gd. body, excellent interior, excellent .mechanical  $1,700 OBO. 885-9512.       #50  ��� .   ��� ���     ��� ' -* -t  78 Mazda GLC AM/FM cassette  $1,750 OBO. 886-3707 afte&P  pm. jJSO  Swap.-. Pro body restore of '$7  Nova SS, body very straight but  some rust in qts & fenders, will  consider trade my 70 GMC 7_ ton  402 AT Turbo 400. Metal must be  done in SS, no bondo. Ph.  885-7708. #1  76 Ford 1 ton truck & de*.  Good cond;.: $3,000 firm. PJi.  886-9159. #1  South Coast  Ford  1982 CHEV CITATION  V6, automatic, 1 owner, ,  34,000 kms. (Immaculate);  Wharf Rd., Sechelt   '  .885-3281  ^H^^fM^|^jKj||MH______________fe______-   '^^L^^^^M^b  Yhe 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.   Minimum 'SM per 3 line insertion.  Each additional line $100. Use our economical last  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 1V0  Or bring in person to one of our  I  I  I   Friendly People Places  |      Minimum '5 per 3 line Insertion  I  I'5  I  1*6  *7  c  in  3  ~3  c  c  ���i���r~~i���!���r~i���i���r~i���~\���i���r~~  IC  m-  3D  IE  ;   i i  __r __  IG  1  I  I  I  l>  I  I  I  I  I  I  CLASSIFICATION: e.g. For Sale. For Rem. etc.  IBHK  JS Coast News, December 15,1986  I  "_  -y^y" '���   y . ���   -->..'-,  -   y y,r.yk'i"yyy<\  .;^v%^_&^}2i  llillll II I --H^-i-y���^-^���  72 Olds wagon, low mileage,  exc. cond., $1900 OBO; '72  Volvo wagon, exc. cond., $2200  OBO. 886-8504. #51,  71 Chev. truck, 6 cyl., running  cond., $400. 886-2270.       #51  WANTED - Japanese pickup in  good cond., pref. dies, or 4 WD.  886-7251. #51  Rare 70 GMC % ton/long fleet,  sport truck pkg., FCT bkts, etc.,  402-V8 AT Turbo 400 eng. rebuilt  2 yrs. ago, new dual exhaust 1  wk. old, body good, $1900 OBO.  885-7708. #51  South Coast  f      Ford      *  1986 RELIANT SE  4 DOOR  4 cyl., Auto,     y  low kms, Warranty .  **���.; -y ���... ,  Mobile Homes  Mobile home space available.  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Park. 886-9826. TFN  ^butK.Gcias^  '.r^foritt'yy-  V  Wharf Rd., SechsSt  DL 5936 885-3281  I  Wharf Rd., Sachelt  DL 5936 885-3261  1970 Chevelle, 6 cyl., mags,  looks good, runs well, $800 OBO.  886-9386. -     #51  79 Acadian hatchback, 4 door,  good cond., $1300 OBO.  886-9251. #50  Wanted: one buyer for a deep  green 74 Ford LTD. Brougham,  PS/PB, air shocks, good tires,  new 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  _  Want .Ml tb S��ntt  2 bdrm.fsemi:furn. home in Gibsons area for short term rental.  Reply, Box 237, c/o Coast News,  Box 460, Gibsons. #50  3 or 4 bdrm. house for business  couple & 2 small children,  Langdale or Gibsons. References.  Ph. 885-5469. #50  20% Shasta trailer^exgSfcqhd.;  fully self-contained, irtc: awning  & air cond.,;.$6300.-OB0; Ph.  eves., 886-7216.;:,  ..#1  Triple E trailer. ;19��9," all equipped, sleeps' '4,',.best 'offer.  886-7930.     ���'���'";;v.       v. #1:  South Coast  Ford  1983 MONTE  CARLO  V8, auto,  Very Clean ^-^  Wharf Rd,, Smchtilt  '  DL 5936' 885-3281  fz,y,  ' ���. <a>_x1^^<__ SWsj.���??.  '-Mt  "'"_*  13' salv. boat; 20 mere, very low  hrs, dog. lines, misc. $850 OBO.  886-7224. #1  HIGGS MARINE  SURVEYS LTD  Insurance Claims  Condition and Valuation  Surveys  Phone 885-9425  or 885-3643  1  : .Nlf^fUsfiJ.  3 bdrm., no pets, 354 Headlands  Rd., view with ref. at 6 pm, Dec.  16, '17 & 18th. 886-8727.     #50.  Waterfront cottage. 2 bdrm., FP,  Granthams, suits older couple,  sorry no dogs, avail. Jan 1/87,  $350. 886-8284. ��� #50  2 bdrm. duplex, North Rd., utility,,garage, w/storage, close to  mall & school, avail. Jan 1/87,  $350. Ph. 886-7625.      *      #1  THE MANSE TOWNHOUSE  IS TAKING RENTAL  APPLICATIONS  D modern two bedroom  townhouse  ��� one and a half baths  D fully carpeted  ��� five appliances including  dishwasher, washer  and dryer  D private sundeck  D enclosed garage  D. family oriented  D close to Sunnycrest Mall,  schools, tennis court &  jogging field  D good references required  D $450 per month  Call Peter, 886-9997  evenings  18"   Donzi alum, trailer,  350  Chev. eng.  I/O,  new uphoL,  hydrolic steer., fresh water cooled,   needs  assembly,   $5500.-  886-2756 eves, are best.     #50  BOAT REPAIRS  HULL & ENGINE  - 886;9308 .., .  #50  ^Ik  '.   OUTBOARDS FDH SALE  ,9>25-70 HP 1982^1_J86y;e>^.  cond., exc .price. Lowes Resort,.  883-2456..-, vy...-        ^TFN  ..  THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL  Chromascope Colour  Depth Sounders-'-   ���  with TriTTransducers ���������'.'���  available this, week only>..  $189500  eORIZZLE ENTERPRISES  MARINE SERVICES  11066 Hwy 101 at Payne Rd., Gibsons  865-5401 886-8555  +$|u(fi^suite,||lo>ver  Gibsons,  $235'.' Ph.-525-1589 after 6 pm.  V #50  900 sq. ft. mobile home overlooking Garden Bay Lake, suitable for  ret'd. cpl., yr.-round lease only,  refs. req. 1-939-0551.        #51  2 bdrm. house on quiet rural property, barns for livestock, $300.  886-7226. #1'  1 bdrm appt. top floor in clean,  quiet, central Gibsons building,  heat & hot water incl., laundry in  bldg., adults only, no pets, avail.  Jan. 1.886-9038. #50  South Coast  Ford  1983T^BIRD  V6, Automatic ,./  ..." ������'���;��� '���'. 1 Owner ���:,';  Wharf Rd, Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  Cent. Gibsons, bach, ste., part  furn., $235 :'m.- 886-7743 or  886-8201.   . #1  EXECUTIVE HOUSE APTS.  '1 bdrm apt. for rent, reas. rates,  close tb shopping & schools, S/F  & drapes, hot water incl. in rent.  Ph. 886-7097. #1  3 bdrm duplex, lower Gibsons;  close to marina & stores, 2 baths,  sundeck, avail, immed.,  $450/m. 886-9816. #1  2 bdrm bung., turn., off Hwy  101, Roberts Creek. 255-9131.  -   #1  1 bdrm. suite near Gibsons Shopping Centre, $250/m. 886-2000  Dorot|)y,br885-5462 after 5. #50  Bonniebrook'. area. - lg. clean 1  bdrm. suite self cbntv ground  level; $275/m.Ph; 886-7581. #1  .*.*'*'*������*���* *���* **���*���*  s  Prime New  Commercial  Space Available  800-2500 sq.ft.  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  *  * ���  *'���'  *  _> * a. * *Good Traffic  J* * * * *Barking  ���.**** "-^Exposure  *  *  ��� **���.������������****  Self-cont. fully furn.' bachelor  suite, lower Gibsons, view, no  pets. 278-9224. #5.  South Coast  -..'      Ford       .  1983 RANGER 4x4  V6, 5 speed  Traction Lock, Immaculate  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  OL 5936 685*3281  886-8886  9:30-5:30  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  )  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, 1% bath.Jiv/din.  &fam. rm., 2appl., Ig. yd., end.  garage, 2 wood st., Port Mellon,  $350/mo. 884-5345. #51  Single wide trlr. (private), utilities  extra, refs. req., $175/mo.  886-9894. #50  3 bdrm. duplex, Roberts Creek,  $325.886-7009. #50  1 bdrm. apt. near Gibsons  Marina, FP, appl., immed.  possession, $285. 886-3574.#50  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  South Coast  Ford  1983 FORD  RANGER 4x4  V6- 5 speed,  canopy, low kms  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  V^_ ���    ������    ������    ->"���  1000 sq. ft. heated whse.,  workshop, high ceilings, large  overhead door. 886-8226.    #50  Wilson Creek, large' 2 bdrm.  deluxe duplex, heat & light included, avail, immed.,  $480/month. 886-7042 after 6.  #50  2 bdrm. home, Roberts Creek.  885-3401. #50  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  Community Hall for rent in  Roberts Creek. Phone Debbie,  886-3994, 7-10 p.m. TFN  Nice 2 bdrm. WF homer'Rbts".  Ck., avail. Dec. 1, refs. please;-  $475/m. 886-2000. TFN-  2 bedroom apt. available in  Seaview Place on January 1,  1987, $365. 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  EBay, 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  Interim manager - Volunteer Action Centre. This is a temp./part-  time position for 4-6 months starting Jan. 15. Hours and salary  negotiable. Exp. in administration  of social sen/ices or volunteer  programs required. Please submit resumes by Dec. 31 to president, SC Community Services,  Box 1069, Sechelt, B.C.       #51  RESUME NEED UPDATING?  Use the best! Arbutus Office Services. 885-5212: #1  Manager req. for bookstore in  Gibsons. Duties to include the  day to day running of the  business, which operates as a  society, with volunteer staff.  Salary to be negotiated. Reply to  Box 520, Gibsons. #50  LICENCED SCALER  Must have metric and  FBM   endorsement.  Send Resume to:  Crown Forest Ind.,  Goliath Bay Operations,  Box 279, Madeira Pk.  Licensed hairdresser, full or part-  time. Days 886-2120, nights  886-8504. #51  Full time CDA required Jan. '87  for Midcoast Dental Clinic. Send  resumes to PO Box 1100,  Sechelt, B.C. #51  Reliable caretaker for apartment,  rent free, interview necessary.  886-9352. #50  South Coast  >      Ford    :,:A  1986 MAZDA  GLC 323, 4 door  4 cyl automatic,  as new  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  Wood splitting, window cleaning,  ���odd jobs. 886-7143 Jan.       #50  Carpentry and general home  maintenance, quality work, low  rates, free estimates. Ph.  886-3594. . #50  Falling, selective logging. Quick,  tidy work. T. Dawe 885-7518. #1  ' Powerful truck mounted  STEAM  CLEANING  equipment, for the  best possible  results!!!  CHERISHED.  CARPET CARE  886-3823  * DIVISION OF KEN DEVSIES > SON    .O0HCOWfllNGS  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICES LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  removal, Insured, guaranteed  work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Experienced plumber needs  work, reas.. rates. Call eves-.  886-9149 or 886-3257. y     #51  680 Case backhoe & operator  avail., reasonable hourly rates.  886-2182 or 886-8363.        #51  POWER WASHING  ��� Ail Vehicles  ��� Homes (mobile) y  ��� Boats  ��� Degreasing  ��� Graffiti Removal   ..  ��� Priv. or Ind.   ;  886-2270    886-3440  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY  FOR A DISPOSITION OF  CROWN LAND  In Und Recording District of Vancouver, and situated in Hotham  Sound area (St. Vincent Bay).  Take; notice that SeaChord Sea  Farms of P.O. Box 631, Gibsons,  BC VpN 1V0, intends to apply for  a license of occupation of the  following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at  the ;N.E. Corner of Lease  0298167; thence S.E. 150 m  along'border of Lease 0298167;  thence 1000 m East; thence 150  m North; thence West along the  natura] shore back to point of  commencement, and containing  fifteen jha more or less.  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is Oyster  Farming.  Comments concerning this application may be made to the office   of   The   District   Land  Managdr, 4240 Manor Street,  Burnaby, BCV5G1B2.  File No: 2403060  SeaChord Sea Farms  Dale W.iSilta, Steam Engineer  and^   i :  '���'  Andy Gillies, Welder  Dated December 6, 1986.  '.!���:��� #51   ���  ice News  GIBSONS RCMP  The Christmas Season  Counter-Attack against  drinking and driving has  resulted in three 24-hour  suspensions and three  charges of driving impaired in the last week.  Housecleanlng, Tuesdays,,  Thursdays, Fridays, $7/hrr  886-2670.     . #50  George's tree removal, limbs &  debris clean-up, haul junk, yard  maint. 886-9308. ...;',;..#50_  Hardwood floors resanded and  finished. Work guaranteed. Free  est. Phone 885-5072. TFN  South Coast  l        Ford  1986 ESCORT  4 Dr.  4 cyl. diesel, 5 speed,  - stereo cassette, 2-tone  paint. Demonstrator.  SAVE $$$  Wharf Rd., Scchalt  DL 5936 885-3281  For   Sale:   Small -grow  business,   low   investme]  secures  stock  &   . ,_., ._,,.   wonderful opportunity tdti^me^  self-employed;. 886-3251   or1 /  886-3783.  &���-���  Small retail store for sale  in Sunnycrest Mall, or  will consider working  partner - small investment required.  886-7517  Public   transit ��� business.  886-2268 or 886-3595, Tarry/  TFN.  COAST NEWS  has an office in   \  The Bookstore  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-3930  APPLICATION FOR A  PERMIT UNDER THE  PROVISIONS OF THE  WASTE MANAGEMENT ACT  I (Effluent)  THIS APPLICATION is to be  filed with the Regional Waste  Manager at 15326-103A  Ave.,:Sl_Tey, BC V3R7A2.  "any person who may be  adversely.affected by the  discharge; or storage of the  waste rtay within 30 days  from the) last date of posting  under .section 3(a) or  publication, service or  display iunder section 4,  write to the manager stating  how he is affected."  PREAMBLE - The purpose pf  this application is to obtain  an ocean out-fall permit to  service two hoiises on this  property.'  1. I, Helen K. Cates, of 223  West 26tfi St., North Vancouver, V7N 2G5, hereby  apply for a permit to  discharge. residential septic  discharge,- effluent from  Cates Island at Bargain Harbour, located south: of  Madeira IPark.y BC, to  Bargain Harbour, and give  notice of Application to all  ' persons affected.     .  2. The land, upon which the  treatment   (works   will   be'  located is DL 6226 LD 37,  N.W.D. ;GPli  "3: The.ydischarge will be  Ipcated at:'a|.point 400 feet  "N.W. of {he .post western tip  ;of thejsjaijdi. -'.. <;���?,,_. <������    *  4. The rate ojf discharge will  be:. maximi^m daily 3.0  mVday. - The operating  period during] which the effluent will be discharged is  full time, all' war. -,  5. The characteristics of the  effluent discharged shall be  equivalent to or. better than  typical septic tank quality.  6. The type of treatment to  be applied is septic tank.  7. Dated this' 1st/day of  December, 1986. ���-",'  Helen K. Cates  Telephone No.!988-7522  A copy /of this application  was posted at the site in accordance with! the Waste  Management Regulations on  December 9, 1^86.  File No. AE-7706.  APPLICATION FOR A PERMIT  UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF  THE WASTE MANAGEMENT  ACT (Effluent)  Waste Management File ��� No.  AE-7666.  This application is to be filed with  the Regional Waste Manager at  15326 - 103A Avenue, Surrey,  BC V3R 7A2. "any person who  may be adversely affected by the  discharge or storage of the waste  may within 30 days from the last  date of posting under section 3(a)  or publication, service or display  under section 4, write to the  manager stating how he is affected."  Preamble - The purpose of this  application is to dispose of effluent discharge, from fish hatchery.  1. I/We Cedar Brook Sea Farms  (a division of) Fromberg Holdings  Ltd. of PO Box 1339, Sechelt, BC  VON 3A0, hereby apply for a permit to discharge effluent from fish  hatchery located at upland lease  of Cedar Brook Sea Farms on the  North end of the Sechelt Peninsula to Agamemnon Channel and  give notice of application to all  persons affected.  2. The land upon which the treatment works will be located is No  Treatment - 250 m. S. & 1060 m.  E. from the S.E. corner of District  Lot 1021; S. 58�� E. 110 m.; N.  320�� E. 100 m.; N. 58�� W. 80  m.; Intersection with natural  boundary following to the point of  commence post.  3. The discharge will be located  at the end of outfall is 250' N.  and 150' W. of S.W. corner of  Lease Number 232536.  4. The rate of-discharge will be:  maximum daily 320 mVday;  average daily (based on operating  period) '320 mVday. The  operating period during which the  effluent will be discharged is October to July continuously.  5. The characteristics of the effluent discharged shall be  equivalent to or better than B0D5  '-0.4 kg/100 kg offish/day; TSS  - 0.4 kg/100 kg of fish/day; Ammonia Nitrogen - 0.04 kg/100 kg  fish/day; Nitrate Nitrogen - 0.12  kg/100 kg of fish/day; total  Phosphate, Phosphorus - 0.02  .kg/10Q.kgof fish/fday.        .  s  6. The type of treatment to be ap-s  plied,is submerged.discharge of  untreated effluent.  7. Dated   this   20th   day   of.  November, 1986.  Dieter Fromberg  Telephone No. 885-4769  A copy of this .application was  posted at the site in accordance'  with  the   Waste   Management  Regulations on Nov, 20,1986.  ��� - ," '���'.' ;#50  South Coast  Ford  1979  VOLKSWAGON  Raised Roof, 4 cyl., 4 speed,  stove, icebox, furnace.  Nice Condition  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  .        DL 5936 885-3281 .  Amendments to provincial statutes which  became effective last Friday have increased the  fines  other  fences.  Minors in possession of  liquor now receive a summons on the spot, and  face a fine of $50. Similarly minors found in a  licensed liquor establishment face a fine of $100.  Persons will be deemed  to be convicted if they ignore   traffic   violation  will come when they  renew their licences. Then  all fines outstanding plus  interest   must   be   paid  for   speeding  and i before licences are renew-  motor vehicle of-   ed.  Still under investigation  are a fire in the early  hours of December 7 in  the Comeau Trailer Park,  a theft of a Ford pickup,  colour green, in the vicinity of the Omega, and  malicious damage to a  bicycle at Elphinstone  Secondary on December  8.  Increased patrols of  Cemetery Road following  a number of complaints  resulted in a charge of  operating a vehicle,  without the proper insurance.  On December 2, a hit-  arid-run in Ken's Lucky  Dollar lot caused $500  damage. A red over gray  Monarch or Granada is  suspected of the hit-and-  run. Any information?  Call 886-TIPS.  Gibsons RCMP repeat;  a request for Tipster No..  24 to contact either Cor-j  pdral Wilhelms or Con-1  stable Sorokan at their <  earliest   convenience   at.  886-TIPS (886-8477).       .  A Sanyo FM/cassette;  recorder was found and  owner may claim at Gibsons RCMP office.  of  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR  DISPOSITION OF  CROWN LAND  In land recording district  New Westminster and situated  in Roberts Creek B.C.  Take notice that the Sunshine  Coast Regional District of Box  800, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0, intends to apply for a lease of  District lot 5829, Group 1,  New Westminster. District,  Ministry File Number  2403085, located in the vicinity of Cliff Gilker Park, Roberts  Creek, BC.  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is Park  and Recreation Use.  Comment concerning this application may be made to the  Office of the Land Manager,  4240 Manor Street, Burnaby,  BC V5G 1B2.  JAMES C. JOHNSTONE  DIRECTOR OF  PLANNING  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  South Coast  V       Ford       ,  1986 TOYOTA  TERCEL, 4 door  4 cyl automatic,  as new  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  DL 5936 885-3281  LAND DISPOSITION  In Land Recording District of  New Westminster and situated in  Madeira Park, B.C.  Take notice that Nancy Terreri  and .David Swann of Madeira  Park, BC, consultants, intend to .  apply fqiiaiicenceqf .Qccupatipn  of the following described lands:  .Commertcingata post plahted27-  metfes east of the southwesterly  tip of Lot 0, Block D, DL1390,  Plan 13696, NWD; thence 30  metres   southeast;. thence   47  metres   northeast;   thence  41  ��� metres northwest; thence. along  ���shoreline to point of commencement, and containing 0.2 hectares more or less.   ;  The purpose for which the  disposition is required is for a.  private wharf and float with mooring buoys for one sailing vessel.  Comments concerning this application may be made to the Office of the District Land Manager,  4240 Manor Street, Burnaby, BC  V5G1B2  File 2403081.  #51  SECHELT RCMP  Police are investigating  a report of a break and  entry at a Norwest Bay  Road residence in Sechelt.  Theft of a gold ring was  reported on December 9.  Police have a suspect and  are investigating. ::  The   Sunshine   Coast;  Regional   District   has.  reported   the   theft   of  heavy commercial equip-;  ment, a three ton electric  hoist and a scale with a  total value of over $8000."  Police are asking the gen-;  eral public for any information  they  may  have  regarding these items, y  A 24 year old woman  has been charged withs  possessiom of" a narcotic^  fotz the. piarposeSi of^tiaf*.;  % ficing after^^ic^sdzed;a|  quantity ofroanjuana at a)  residence im&lmaJE_wk_&  A wallet' was stolen'  from a woman's purse "at  the Sechelt Dent^ Medical Clinic, a purse was  re^rt<?d stolen from a  . vehicle near .Gilligan's  Pub, a purse was taken at  the Regional Board office:  and another from the  Cactus Flower in Trail  Bay Mall.  ���    .       t -. ���  Police are stepping up  road checks throughout  the holiday season with  locations varying from  day to day.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in the more than 75 Newspapers of the B.C. and Yukon Community  ; -     . y 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  Buy/lease any truck or> RV.  Nothing down OAC, LTL  9000 with contract. WVdeli-  ver. Call Bob Langstaff or  Tom Morgan collect 464-  0271,'toll free 1-800-242-  FQRD. D.L. 5231.  Buy/ lease any gas/diesel  truck direct from volume  factory dealer. Nothing  down OAC. Easy monthly  payments. Call Wally or Al  McKenzie toll free 1-800-  242-F0RD. 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.   Need help in selling your  recreation vehicle! Call  Chimex Motorhome Realty  toll-free from anywhere in  B.C. 1-800-663-8166. B.C.'s  first exclusive R.V. listing  service.    BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  Hazelton B.C. - For sale.  Convenience store with residential home. (1900 Sq. Ft.)  Formerly a wholesale and  bakery. Contact Warren at  842-5466 after 5 P.M.  Wanted: Experienced restaurant manager, partner,  lessee or franchise. Very  attractive new building. Excellent location. Completely  equipped for 150 seating  capacity. P.O. Box 714, Ter-  race, B.C. V8G 4B8.  Excellent ladieswear business, good south Okanagan  location. 1985 net profit  $41,000. New fashions, fixtures. Selling complete  $35,000. Box 437, Summer-  land, B.C. VOH 120. 494-  9373 after 5 P.M.   For sale by owner. 3000'  convenience store, busy  649, Post Office. Volume  over % million. Low rent.  $89,000 plus stock. Kamloops. Grant Robertson 1-  372-9405 (H), 554-1433 (W).  BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES  FOR SALE MISC.  HELP WANTED  Import Auto [Dealer central  B.C. Franchise for Mazda,  Saab, Lada. Well established. Will sell complete or  take partner/manager.  Call  562-6297 evenings.   Bakery for salje. Only bakery  servicing several island  communities. {Ideally located  in main shopping mall in  the coastal community of  Tahsis. Further information  934-6922, 934r6301.  EDUCATIONAL  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 .  Free: 1986 gtiide to study-  at-home correspondence  Diploma counses for prestigious careers: Accounting,  Airconditioning, Bookkeeping, Business; Cosmetology,  Electronics, I Legal/Medical  Secretary, Psychology, Travel. Grantor.,, (1A) 1055  West Georgia Street #2002,  Vancouver. 1 ^800-268-1121.  The Canadian Electrolysis  College is now accepting  registrations for January 5,  500 hours includes electrolysis, thermolysis and blend."  Seven varieties of epilators..  Register now'. #208, 7128  King George 'Hwy. Newton  Plaza, Surrey. 597-1101.  Models required.  EQUIPMENT&  machinery;  For sale or hire one 1986  John Deere |644D loader.  Available immediately.  Phone owner/operator (604)  397-2230,  10O Mile  House,  B.c. ;   Kohring sawjhead, wrist,  adaptor. 366 trails, rollers,  like new. Pads, final drives,  sprockets, f;ront idlers,  boom, stick, cylinders, quick  change buckets, guarding.  Good. (604)-992-2256 Quesnel.' :     !  New Sioux Tipi, w/liner. 18'  d.iameter, never used. Cost  $900. Sell $600. Phone 255-  0960 after 5 p.m. or write  R. Furgason, 1610 Salsbury  Dr., Vancouver, B.C. V5L  4B8.  Lingerie fabrics by mail order. Send $2.00 for current  samples of laces, antrons,  non-stretchy fabrics suitable  for sewing lingerie. Enns  Enterprises, Box 310, 5750  Fraser, Vancouver, V5W  2Z5. (604)-325-9126.  Yukon gold washing sluice  box, plastic with metal  screen, 12"x16", 1Vz lbs.  Faster more efficient than 5  gold pans. $15. Free information, write: Yukon Gold,  Box 1249, Cloverdale,  B.C.  V3S 4Y5.   Shower stalls. Molded fiberglass, 30"x30" only, white  or almond. Molded-in soap-  dish. Fine quality product.  Factory inventory sale,  $208. each. ABC Shower  Stall Co. 596-4515.  Lighting Fixtures. Western  Canada s largest display.  Wholesale and retail. Free.  Catalogues available. Nor-  burh Lighting Centre, 4600,  East Hastings Street, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 2K5. Phone  1-299-0666.   Montreal Military Surplus:  Workshirts $2.75, workpants  $3.50, workboots $15. For  catalogue, send $2 (reium-  bursed 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.  Appliance service.technicians urgently required. Top  salary paid, if qualified. Excellent Okanagan relocation  opportunity. Solid company.  Need number one person.  Chuc . 492-5756  days,   493-  2419 evenings.   Lillooet Rec Centre needs  maintenance caretaker. Fulltime, must have ice making,  swimming pool experience,  preferably licenced, flexible  hours. Send full details, salary expected to: Ken Hood,  Box    1407,    Lillooet,    B.C.  VOK 1V0.   Service Adviser for a GM  Dealer. Knowledge of MG  warranty system would be  preferred, but not essential.  Excellent benefits. Send resume to: Service Manager,  Deloy Kaupp, Buchanan  Pontiac-Buick Ltd., 45930  Airport Rd., Chilliwack. V2P  1A2.   Opportunities for communication technicians in Canada's north. Broad experience in V.H.F. required.  Reply to Box "P '', c/o  Yukon News, 211 Wood  Street, Whitehorse, Yukon.  Y1A 2E4.  Needed immediately. Welders, carpenters, electricians,  plumbers, management,  mech., mach., drivers, operators, entry level/degreed  up to. $32.60/hour. (308)  382-3700 Trans Continental  Job Search, fee.  NOTICES  Victoria Provincial Normal  School Reunion, Class of  1956. April 17-19th at the  former P.N.S. site. To register, send $20. to: Gerry  Montgomery, Ladysmitrt  Secondary School, P.O.  Drawer 190, Ladysmith,  B.C. VOR 2E0. Wine &  cheese Included.  PERSONALS ���  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..   PERSONALS  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 Linde, Lawyer; 14 years, 1650 Duran-  ieau, Vancouver. Pnone collect 0-684-7798 for Free  How to Information: ICBC  Claims and 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 Greenshlelds, #500-1066  West Hastings, Vancouver.  V6E3X1. (604)682-1751 collect. ���;        ,      ���  TRAVEL  Bellingham Washington  Lodging; winter rates, double occupancy $50. Canadian  Funds. Breakfast-spas-  ESPN. Coachman Inn-Park  Motel - both on Samish  Way, Exit 252, (206)733-  8280. B.C.-(604)224-6226.  Skiers: Lake Louise, Canada's Favorite Ski Area has  ski weeks from $99., mini  weeks from $76. and January Specials from $89. Reservations/information 1-800-  661-1158.  El Coast News, December 15,1986  2VP-  ^ We're KJt  Always Ready To Go  Scott Benson  886-7868  -���-..  TMM  ���>i;V.V  -. .V.  ���_,-.i.i-.  ;m  m ' ���"���'_��� .  ;__��-  ^:  PETS - PLANTS  - PRESENTS -  455 Marine Drive,  Gibsons Landing  886-3812  IB  MERCH-A-ISTT  _*;_._.'  fLctusdoyout^1        tarts  phone 88* *  Bakin9H  <:j j  i  '>_|3   I  I  \ \  Se 4tt*e to- attest attn  J..; i  ��� i i  W  Sic'hiardlV- &  Don Hunter  Photography  ��� WEDDINGS  ��� PORTRAITS  In Business 25 years  Po Box 1939, Gibsbns, BC  886-3049.  With each purchase place your name & phone number  in that merchant's Santa Sack Draw Box. 2 winners  are drawn & notified on each of the 12 days before  Christmas.  %  24 PRIZES.  ���h       _J|ipiSS3MSS^-lP 886-2116  Gibsons ^-SS**"^ -vi��*^  ���Harbour Make Your Move With Style  .afee  o^3*a_**r.  ^Oi**Uo*l  r886^  r>6*  :_>.  Tlie Gewl OM Dews ate Bodt ��i  ffiRftlNER'S  RESTAURANT  Daily changing Entrees  Great Harbour View  Gibsons Landing  Across from  Dockside Pharmacy  m-233<L  n**i  Come In & Lpok Around*  Great, selection ,y ..,,,���  of used clothing, jewelry,  toys, furniture  H8MTVS st��ej  Open Tues thru Sat: 10-4  Closed Dec. 24  thru Jan 5  upstairs above  ^-^���^Cen's Lucky Dollar  OUR THANKS  to the Cedar Grove  students who sang so beautifully  at our Gibsons Landing Carolling  Night, Dec. 5.  WINNER ot ��he  Bonniebrook Lodge prize for  the boat decorating contest  is Wayne D. Smith, Sailing  Vessel, ALMERIA  iir.tf  ��� _ i  *  TRINKET  BOXES  "Snake'"'.  Bracelets & Necklaces  Ladies' Watches  MARY'S VARIETY  .Gibsons Landing  next to Shell Station  886-8077  m  ;. > .  <$>>  <tf  _.v  X  The Perfect Gift for  those who've moved away  A SUBSCRIPTION  to  Pocket  Books  Make good  Stocking Staffers  886-7744  Gower Pt &  School Rds.  m  fowi 6��rfen & Mtrftrat MMrtjnwy  Rttz Motel  866-2401  The SunshltM  Creative Sifts  from  Let them know what they're  missing!  K  Call 886-2622  ��  Gibsons Landing,  886-2818 ^  >���*  store  Chocolates     *  from Charlie's Chocolate Factory  Open seven days a week  * 1886-7522'  *  Quality Finishing  for all your  Holiday Photos  PHOTO COPIES  20* ea  Enlarge or reduce  Good Selection  of Frames  275 Gower Point Rd.,  Gibsons Landing  886-2947  from the staff:  Haig, Maureen, Joan, Pat,  Patti, Colleen, Nadine,  Angela, Victoria  441 Mar|ne_Dr.ar   886-8 Iftgjfc,  COMB SHOP . CtDSO Wl Ii&.W DIN1 ��_     so merchants, services standing by to serve you Coast News, December 15,1986  ___:_____���_____���:���:__���:  ���&___��_$_��  ^ONAPPROVED CREDIT - 20% DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED  :?_:���- __._............:-.:.'' :   :.': Off Of good 'til DOC. i24 !;,.  !  s^^PE:,;,.;:  %_...-.-_____����S��  SSSSSSSSSS^  JW^M,,^^^KIl^_i|!:^  *  TMK_  Q  I Buy any furniture item in the store valued at s30000 or more  Spread payments over one year and pay  NO INTEREST  * No payments for 45 days from date off purchase  .\::___:"'-:::;:::'_::_ ________���:____��_______��  EXAMPLE:  ��_$->:?  ^3s^  Sofa & Chair  Tax  Total  Down Pmt. (20%)  Balance  Monthly Pints. (12 mos)  NO INTEREST CHARGES  Total Monthly Payments (12 mos.)  1098.00  76.86  1174.86  ���234.97  939.89  + 12  $78.32  Home  Furnishings  Hours: Mon. Sat. 9:30am - 9pm  Sun. & Hoi. 12pm - 5Dm  Kern's Plaza  Hwy. 101 & School Rd.  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