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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRAKV  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  us  rMwm*  ^m&&  COAST^NEWS  .,...'HiLiiS��  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  November 9,1992 Volume 46 Issue 45  Medical discontent festering, remedies sought  by Darah Hansen  The present crisis in the medicare  system is not the fault of the doctors,  it's the fault of the provincial government as ihey cul beds, cap salaries and  refuse to listen to Ihe real solutions.  That was the message expressed by  Dr. Mark Schonfeld. chairman of Ihe  assembly for the British Columbia  Medical Association (BCMA), before  speaking al a noon hour conference  wilh local doctors Wednesday.  Schonfeld is pari of a leam of  BCMA representatives touring the  province in an effort lo "touch base"  wiih doctors and bring them up to date  on Ihe current status of their wage dispute with lhe Ministry of Health.  Skelly initiates picketing at Coast, Powell River clinics  And after months of talking, "I  would say lhat we've made only very  minimal progress in certain areas." said  Schonfeld. identifying the slicking  point as being the dispute mechanism  process itself.  Doctors are asking for binding arbi-  tralbn al the talks, or mediation, bul so  far the government has declined Ihe  suggestions.  "They can pick on us because ihey  know it's very difficult for doctors lo  go on strike," said Schonfeld.  The dispute arose in April after reg  ular contract negotiations to sel fees  were, in Schonfeld's opinion, "unilaterally killed" by the government. Instead  a cap on doctors' fec-lor-service  incomes was introduced m an attempt  to control Ihe spiralling cosl of medicare.  And thal's unfair, sail! Schonfeld.  Doctors are now being told to provide  the same level of services (or what will  ultimately result in a decrease in their  salary. He added lhal in five years wilh  a steady increase in the general and in  the aging population figures, with the  purchase of new technologies and wilh  inflation, that loss could he as much as  25 per cent.  The proposed solution is based on a  misconception that doctors' salaries are  taking up the majority ol Ihe medicare  budgei, said Schonfeld He said in iruth  the average (iP today nets an annual  income of about $80,000, or $25 an  hour. This equates to only 20 per cent  of Ihe annual budget, he said.  "By nickle and diming they are not  going to save a tremendous amount of  money but they are creating a tremen  dous amount of ill will."  Schonfeld added that lhe BCMA is  willing to discuss more appropriate  solutions to the medicare system given  the opportunity.  "We're not irresponsible We recognize the economic situation.'' he said.  "We have never asked for a fee  increase "  What they are asking is lor governmenl lo lake a strong stance on de-  insuring some services, if il must be  done, so Ihe effect will be province-  wide. Under Ihe present scheme doctors  fear rationing could be carried oul  unevenly by individual physicians trying lo manage Iheir sen ice spending.  turn to page 2  Pender  rallies  to rescue  lost boys  by Roxanne Gregory  Howling winds and rough  seas brought near tragedy to  Pender Harbour families Hallowe'en nighl as two teenage  boys failed to return by boat  from Blind Bay.  Kris Nichols and Steve  Wharton, both 15, had visited  family in Blind Bay during the  afternoon. When they hadn't  relumed by evening, a search  began.  Many of the local fishermen  were attending a victory party  for new area A regional director  Jane Reid. "It was around 11  pm when the call came in,"  Reid said. "Kris is the son of a  local fisherman and the party  was abandoned as people left  for their boals to try and find  the boys. This kind of incident  demonstrates what kind of community we really have. We rally  together for each other in times  of need."  Retired master and former  unit head of the Pender Harbour  Coast Guard Auxiliary, Harold  Clay, along with Joe Adams  and Bryce Christie, were  among the searchers.  "There was a fleet of boats  oul there," said Clay. "We  thought that because of the  weather the boys would have  taken the safer route back to  Pender Harbour via Telescope  Pass and through Agnew  Pass...the short way around the  back of Nelson Island.  "As it turned out, they had  chosen the direct route past  Cape Cockburn and Quarry  Bay. Their 15-fooI boat had a  9.9 Johnson on it, but they were  swamped by high waves near  Roberts Beach."  Clay said the search was  well co-ordinated. "The Coast  (JUiard had already dispatched a  Hovercraft from Ladysmith and  an auxiliary boat from Powell  River by the time they called us  out at 0500 hours Sunday  morning. By then the winds had  calmed, although there was fog  which made searching the  beaches difficult. We were  looking for two young boys  dressed in rain gear.  "Louis Nichols, the grandfather, found them. They had  taken shelter in Harry Roberts'  old house at Roberts Beach. I  guess they were inside trying to.  stay dry and keep warm."  In an interview Wednesday,  Kris Nichols said conditions  were calm and winds low when  he and Wharton set out. "I'm  experienced with small boats.  I've gone to Thormanby and  Texada by myself. My dad told  me Blind Bay was too far but I  thought it was a piece of cake. I  thought I knew it all. Next time  I'm going to listen to my dad."  Kris and Steve decided to  leave Blind Bay around 4 pm so  they wouldn't miss the Hallowe'en festivities in Madeira  Park.  turn to page 2  Honouring the hills,  honouring the dead  by Darah Hansen  Even on a clear day Ihe peak of  Mount Steele cannot be seen from  the little house set back off Shorncliffe Avenue.  But she knows it's there - has  been since long before she came to  the Coast and will be long after  she's gone - only one of several  peaks in the Tetrahedron plateau.  But this one has special meaning. It carries her married name,  Doris "Billie" Steele,       and that of her husband,  elor of the RCA, she knew little,  just that his family was local, lie  was young went he enlisted, just  twenty years old when he was  killed in Italy, August 26, 1944.  flight Sergeant Theodore Ian  Mardon Edwards used lo come  down from Powell River in Ihe  summers, Billie remembered. He  stayed with his mother in a little  cottage down by the water in Selma  Park. He was killed Dec. 23. 1942  in a raid over Frankfurt.  Right Officer Wil-  James Elder Steele, an 'Mt. Steele bore liam Delmar Gilbert,  Billy Steele sits at home with her pictorial memories of herself and her husband, James  Elder Steele at age 25 and of her husband In uniform. A number of the peaks and lakes of  the Tetrahedron Plateau are named after Canadian veterans from the Sunshine Coast.  Joel Johnslone photo  RCAF veteran of World  War 11, for whom the  mountain was named.  It was 1941 when he  came to the Coasl - only  for a weekend trip, she  said. He was a  teacher       in Red Lake, BC. She'd  met him with a group of friends  when he stepped off the boat onto  Sechell wharf. A year later they  were married. He enlisted the same  year. After training, he was allowed  two weeks leave to see his newborn  son before being sent overseas.  He returned home in 1946 sick  and bed-ridden. He spent his first  Christmas back in the military hospital al the base at Jericho Beach,  Vancouver. When he regained his  strength they moved lo land on the  Sunshine Coasl that was given  them by her grandfather. There he  worked as a radio repair man with  the military training he'd gained,  until he died in 1951 of Ihe illness  he'd contracted during the war.  Some of Ihe other names in the  area below Mount Steele are familiar to her too, that of Lake  Edwards, Batchelor and Gilbert.  She knew their namesakes in Ihe  days before the war.  her husband's  name before  she knew  about it'  Of Private James George Batch-    reminders.'  Billie knew as Ihe husband of her friend Isabel  Whitaker. He'd been  principal of Ihe Sechelt  Consolidated School  before enlisting in Ihe       RCAF in 1942. He died  March 9, 1944 in Egypt,  age 32.  Bill Davis, a resident of Sechell  since 1959, didn't know any of  these men. He just knew lhat when  he and his crew were pulling a hiking trail through the Tetrahedron in  1981, he felt it was important lhat  the names of some of lhe "local  boys" killed in the war were commemorated in some of the unnamed  sites. A WWII veteran himself, he  knew what Ihey had done. He contacted the Legion and collected the  information necessary for governmenl approval.  Mt. Steele bore her husband's  name before she even knew about  it. But Billie said she was pleased.  She said it's important for the families who are still around. And as a  memorial to the war, that's only  needed for the younger generation,  she said.  "For Ihe people who went  through it, we don't need any  New season spawning at  Pender Harbour hatchery  by Keith Thirkell  The tranquility of Oyster Hay  in Pender Harbour was disrupted last week wilh the sounds of  thrashing fish, outboard engines  and people clamouring lo haul  in Ihis year's calch of hatchery  salmon.  It was a typically grey overcast West Coasl day; a lighl  drizzle interrupted only occasionally by the splash of an anx  ious salmon. Thai was unlil the  nets strung between two small  islands were tightened, trapping  a sizable quantity of chum and  coho.    All at once Ihe  calm was broken,  fish scales and blood  soon flowed clown  the rocks Into the  bay as the female  chum were clubbed  and hung up, while  Ihe males were forced to produce Ihe  all-important fertilizer into small plastic bags. The  jaws of Ihe mighty males protruded angrily between Ihe arms  of their captors.  Quite often it took every  ounce of available energy lo  keep a grip on these monsters,  and occasionally a sound not  unlike a bull could be heard  emanating from Ihe depths of  Ihe enraged sea creatures.  The seemingly grotesque  appearance of this yearly ritual  has an essential part lo play in  the viability of the BC fishing  industry, not to mention the fact  'II took eveiy  ounce of  available  energy to keep  a grip on these  monsters'  lhal the returning salmon would  be alive only anolhei week or so  after ihey spawn naturally.  The operation was coordlnat-       ed by (Irani Mc-  Bain, salmonid enhancement community advisor for Ihe  DFO in Madeira  Park. Says McHain:  "Without the volunteer help of Ihe  commercial fishermen in Ihe Harbour       this would be nexl  lo impossible. I  think Iheir outlook is to give  back some of what Ihey lake lo  earn their living."  The olher DFO rep, one of  only three paid people in Ihe  whole endeavour, was Dwayne  Hogberg a fisheries technician.  Adam Pajer, a fifteen-year-old  student at Challech Secondary  in Sechell who was ihere as part  of his work experience program,  said he "loved it, and I think it  will come in handy for possible  jobs in Ihe future. I wish we  could do more of Ihis kind of  stuff."  John Dafoe does his part in the yearly egg fertilizing process at  the Pender Pender Harbour fish hatchery. Keith Thirkell pholo  October, November, and  December are the months when  the salmon return from the open  ocean to the tiny streams where  they were born. But Ihe heallh  and stability of those streams is  not always certain and the survival rate is only ever 10 per  cenl. So with the help of committed volunteers like Egmonl  fisherman Billy Griffiths, the  DFO conducts its yearly hatchery spawning operations.  In that two-day period nearly  420,000 eggs were collected for  distribution between ihe Pender  Harbour halchery at Lions Park  and the Chapman Creek hatchery, where Ihe whole process  can begin anew.  -:ir_-:j��.v-j,'.  '. , v^j- _-.:��� - ������ ia��*a>.i��i*���..,^��^   ~   -     .-_ Coast News, November 9, 1992  OPEN 7 DAVS A WEEK  old cram? FISH 6 CHIPS  TAKEOUT  FRESH FISH  DAILY  Houm  11:30 am-7:30 pm  ��M�� KUrtm Drlvt.QIbawn. Ltndliag ��� 886-9366  (across from Docksidc Pharmacy)  UBC prof criticizes planning priorities  Check out our low prices  on vitamins for the   $#  cold and flu season -q  X} GSTINCLUDED IN ALL OUR PRICES  VARIETY  FOODS  The BIGGEST Utile Sla.ir lo Gtbawnl I aaaalia.K 886-2936  PLTTIN' CN THE GUIZ  I AM 111 N SHOW  Mwtfey, Nov. 23 ��� HtMlomSuppK Club ��� Doors open: 7 pm  tmkm aiftMJM \\trn -MNtg ��onc��i\a ?"'!?"'' E*lrai'  KoseMorie's 800/ique UmLBy ��� Sole Feelurei  Tickitt: $15 (indudti coffee, dessert and door prizes)  ONLY 150 TICKETS TO BE SOLDI  TkkrtiHiUblut Sole Mum, Auiu-Dtw Bejul y Sjlon,  Sunshine Coul Imurwcf Agencies. Tioonie Cift Hou* or t ill 883-*��l 1  Sponsored by Sunshine Coast Business and Professional Women's Club  Prxertls m aid of bursaries and Sunsliine Coast Transition House  by Jane Seyd  Which comes first - the highway or the community?  And whal happens when that  original community begins to  change'  Those were two of Ihe basic  but far-reaching questions  addressed Thursday nighl before  a packed crowd of aboul ISO  residents in Sechelt by Dr. Waller Hardwick. a professor of  urban planning at the University  of British Columbia.  Hardwick, a guest speaker of  Ihe Davis Bay/Wilson Creek  residents' association, was  speaking on the need for a land  use and transportation study for  Ihe Davis Bay and Wilson  Creek area which would bolh  allow for growth and rapid  transportation bul preserve lhe  nature of neighbourhood communities.  The issue firsl came lo Ihe  public .mention earlier Ihis year  after residents opposed a Min  istry of Highways plan for a  secondary arterial route for  Davis Bay which would pass  through both prime  agricultural land and  potential area for  future residential  development.  According      lo  7 wouldn't let  strip mall  developers  urbs connected by highways.  With today's mixed demographics, rapid growth and envi-       ronmental concerns,  said Hardwick,  that's not what's  needed anymore.  But new  ideas  about the nature of  Hard-wick, that's Ihe dictate the way   *-oasl communities  11    r  illlal        il'    I V       tai       Uta-I. *^ rem���,    em____________m,..,_,,     L_rf.._���  wrong way lo ap  proach things.  I:irst, it's necessary to define the  neighbourhood communities and work  oul what their needs are. "It  starts lo lell you where the highway should be," said Hardwick.  "You don't do it first."  "We have to start looking al  Ihe blocks of how we build our  communities."  Part of that involves breaking  away from planning standards  developed in the late 1940s,  which base residenlial development around single-family sub-  / build my  town'  Dr Waller Htmltvh It  are necessary before  a major projecl like  a secondary highway can be properly   planned.  Hardwick said he  generally agreed Ihe ministry's  proposed highway route through  Davis Bay and Wilson Creek  doesn't make sense, and lhal a  bypass roule closer lo Ihe power  line, which is favoured by residents, would be preferable.  Asked about the effect a  bypass might have on business  near the current highway, Hardwick said it is more important to  develop areas like Davis Bay as  destinations and to develop  business lo serve local neighbourhoods than lo rely on incidental highway travellers.  Using the example of Gibsons, Hardwick said the lown  made an "enormous error" in  creating two malls without any  real community centre: "1  wouldn't let strip mall developers dictate the way I build my  town."During the evening,  Hardwick received several  bursts of applause from the  audience, who appeared to be  encouraged by his comments.  But at one point, Doug Reid,  a former Sechell councillor,  pointed out that an ideal plan  must be balanced wilh what's  affordable. "We need to have  some cosl figures and be realistic about Ihe whole thing."  Both highways engineer  Maria Swan and Sechelt planner  Rob Buchan said the public  would be consulted in future  planning decisions.  Youths recount tale of woe, misadventure  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ��� Serving the Coast  since 1982  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800-663-2051  Mutual flux!, licence wiili  UuaasJun (arcajp ol Fund. Ud.  Lawrence K. Clumbers, CU)  CHAMBERS  from page 1  "When we left there were a few rnllers,"  Nichols said, "but nothing lo scare you. Bul  when we gol around Cockburn Point, it was  blowin' really bad, al least 40 miles an hour,  and the rollers were huge. I slowed right  down, my hand was frozen to Ihe throttle,  but I had a hard time seeing for all the rain in  my face. I knew we couldn't turn around,  and I knew we couldn't make it either.  "My grandfather had brought me to  Roberls Beach before so I knew if we could  make it there, maybe we could get the boat  up onto the pebbly part. There are huge  rocks on either side and I knew we'd gel  beaten to death on them."  Nichols continued, "We headed for the  beach, but a roller swamped us and 1 was  bailing as fast as we were moving when a  huge roller turned us over. The boat nearly  hit Steve on the head. He didn't see it coming. We had life jackets with us and we  always figured we could jusl grab Ihem if  something went wrong, but it happened so  fast. Then you're in the water over here and  the life jackets are floating over there. All  'We were shivering so bad  I don't think we would  have made it without  .    those matches'  -Kris Nichols  we had on were rain slickers and oil skins  and heavy boots. If we'd been any further  out we wouldn't have made it, The roller  tore the motor and the stern away. Another  roller smashed us onto the beach and then it  started to suck me out with it. The undertow  was really bad. Steve helped me."  The boys made it to the summer house  and found the windows were out. "It took us  about half an hour before we actually found  a pack of matches," said Kris. "It was a real  fluke. We were shivering so bad I don't  think we would have made il without those  matches and the old blankets we found later.  We shivered all night. At dawn we walked  back down lo the beach and I saw my grandfather..."  Linda Nichols, Kris' mother, is grateful.  "I just want to thank all the fishermen who  came oul. It seemed like the whole harbour  fleet was together. There were about 40  boats involved in the search. We were out all  night and no one gave up. They were so  good. My son is pretty good about the outdoors and we had high hopes. We are so  grateful for everyone's help."  Kris Nichols said he feels quite differently nbnut Ihe ocean now. "I've grown up wilh  the ocean all my life and it was always jusl  there. Now I know aboul ils power and control...I'm just gl'id to be alive."  ffr-*^?1*?*'**  EVILLE  An Uproarious Evening of Rollicking  Entertainment, Music, Mayhem & Melodrama  Friday. Nov. 13 & Saturday, Nov. 14  Roberts Creek Community Hall  TICKETS: $10  Doors open 7:30 pm ��� Curtain up 8 pm  Tickets available at Linnadine's, Coast Books,  Roberts Creek Store, Talewind Books   f  'Opting out' of system last resort: Dr. Overhill  from page 1  Locally, physicians are worried that the salary cap will  interfere with the present quality  of care offered, already operating well within the provincial  average in respect to referrals  and call-backs.  Dr. Kirstie Overhill, chief of  staff at St Mary's hospital in  Sechelt, said the government's  solution will only create suspicion between doctor and patient.  Now, if a doctor does not  refer a patient for an X-ray, the  patient will have to wonder  whether this is because the test  is not needed or simply a way to  cut costs, said Overhill.  She said she supports the  BCMA's present stance with the  governmenl and reaffirmed that  the Coast doctors will consider  'opting out' of the system only  as a last resort.  As to the recent comments  made by local MP Ray Skelly  indicating the need for salaried  doctors under a community-  based medical society, Schonfeld said: "Mr Skelly is so off-  base. He really has got to get  Wilson Creek Gallery  rial  Framed Wildlife & Marine Photography  Brandenburg  Talbot  Cooney  Cox  Coloured Metal Mouldings  Non-Glare Glass  Start Thinking of Christmas Now  Quality Custom Framing  on Premises  Bring in your originals,  limited editions,  poster dry mounting,  needle work stretching,  oil paintings  MP Ray Skelly  himself educated as to what he  is talking about.  "Doctors are not crooks. As a  profession, they are almost  squeaky clean."  Skelly, meanwhile, has been  organizing a series of "information pickets" outside medical  clinics in Powell River, beginning Thursday and in Gibsons  setting It straight  \'< iday.  The rotating list of picketers  are circulating pamphlets to  passers-by, protesting the "false  md misleading" political information put out by doctors within  the clinics.  The pamphlets include information on the misuse of present  services of doctors, stating "BC  doctors are well on their way to  wrecking the BC Health care  system."  Skelly said Ihe information  picket has met with much positive public response and will  continue "as long as people  want to do it."  He also vows to continue  efforts to set up a heallh maintenance society. He plans to commence drafting its constitution  and bylaws as early as mid-  November.  A story in last week's Coast News "Rockwood expansion plans  jeopardised" bore a misleading headline, according to Kay Little,  president of Ihe Rockwood Lodge Society.  Little said expansion plans were in no way jeopardised and the  idea to have the SCRD purchase the land on behalf of the community  is seen as an "opportunity" rather than a plea for financial assistance.  "We have other options to buy Ihe land for Rockwood Two," Little  said, "but we would rather proceed in this fashion than have to work a  deal with a developer or something."  Little said the SCRD response to Ihe idea was favourable.  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The eight year  member and immediate past  president has been a driving  force In all the club's  activities for the past two  years. Joel Johmlone pholo  iHOUDAYSt  Christmas & New Years  CRUISES  ��� Limited space available  Cu ibbedii ��� Mexico ��� l uiope    Oiient  Haiwdii    So. Pdtifit ��� Pdiidiiid Cdii.il  IVe represent All major cruise lines  DEAL DIRECT WITH THE WORLD'S  LARGEST CRUISE OHLY CHAIH  3S1T Wharf SI. Sechelt ��� 683-8964 or toll free 1 979-8584  Special Touches  ICLEANING SERVICES  Resident/a/ ��� Commercial ��� Marine  no job coo big or small  INSURED WORK  BONDED STAFF,  885-4457  24 Hour  Sechelt youths push for teen rec centre  by Stuart Burnside  Some of Sechelt's teenagers,  displeased with the "loitering"  stigma attached to their age  group, have taken their case to  what passes for the highest court  in ihe municipality: Sechelt  council.  Seventeen-year-old Laura  Zealand, 18-year-old Noelle  Beaudoin and adult representatives of Davis Bay's Catch 16  youth group appealed to council  Wednesday night to consider  purchasing the recently vacated  Sechelt senior's hall on Mermaid Street and turning it into a  recreation centre which would  be run by a paid co-ordinator  with help from volunteers.  "There's almost something  symbolic in Ihe meaning here in  that the seniors have had the use  of this building for many years,"  said Joan Graham of Catch 16.  "They've benefitted from its  use, the community has benefited from its use - we would like  lo see it handed down to the  young people now, almost like a  passage."  Zealand said the facility  would give many of Sechelt's  teenagers a place to conglomerate, a place they could call their  own. She said it was up to council lo help.  "... We're being accused (of  loitering), but has  anything really been    ~~~~~  done?" she asked.  She agreed with  council that there  would always be  something of a loitering problem, that  some kids simply  wouldn't go  to a  youth centre, but she        said the vast majority  would.  "If you want to help solve the  problem of loitering, of harassment of the elderly - as they say  - and harassment of businesses  ... there's a perfect place (within  the Seniors' hall)," she said.  Zealand said youths currently  spend most of their weekends  "partying" and it was not a good  situation.  "If you could see what a typical teenager does on the weekend 1 think everyone of you  "You can't just  sit there and  ignore what's  going on'  -laura Zealand  would be shocked," she .old  council, "very shocked. It's  really sad. I'm a teenager myself  and I think it's sad... The  teenagers shouldn't be doing  whal they're doing ... but they       don't have anything  else to do."  Mayor Nancy  MacLarty said the  youths should do  more footwork and  solicit more community support before  bringing the matter  lo council. "This is a    community undertaking," MacLarty  said, "and you've got to get  more of the community behind  you." She suggested the youths  contact Ihe various communily  service groups like the Lions  and Rotary clubs, as well as the  school board.  Zealand, however, argued it  was up to council to get the ball  rolling.  "You've got to listen to us,"  she said. "You're our elected  representatives. 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If you don't do something  about this it's just going to get  worse and worse."  Municipal planner Rob  Buchan said when he worked as  part-time planner for the municipality five years before, he had  made a report to council outlining the youth problem and making recommendations for a  youth facility.  "The matter was tabled by  council and nn action was taken  on it whatsoever," Buchan said.  Graham spoke again saying  Ihe youths and Catch 16 had  done considerable leg work  already.  "This isn't just a flash in the  pan idea," she said. "...I think  we have a track record here that  is to be respected ... We feel  this is a perfect opportunity  here, with the seniors hall coming available." She then submitted a proposal for the youth centre.  Council agreed to read the  proposal and Cllr. Michael  Shanks said he would act as liaison between the group and  council.  Everyone welcome lo me  Gibsons Outreach  TEEN CENTRE  Grand Opening  Saturday, Nov. 14  2-11 pm  ��� Bring your musical instruments  ��� Polluck Buffet ��� Everting Bonliire  MOTHERS PARK, GIBSONS  This Christmas Treat That  Someone Special to a  REEL DEAL  With One of  Our Gift  Certificates  Coast Flies  v  Soil Newsprint  Roll Ends  Various alzaa for SS, $10 and $15 each  - In Qlbmona at 537 Crulca Lana  - In Sachalt at 5521 Cowrla St.  Hi  WINTERIZE NOW  at SOUTH COAST FORD  Cooling System  Service "THE SAFE WAY" by  Reusing your old Anri-Freeze  DON'T POLLUTE! - RECYCLE!  FLUSH &  CLEAN  $49  95  AMThFRHZE EXTRA  IF NEEDED  LUBE, OIL,  FILTER CHANGE  SPECIAL  SOUTH CO ACT FORD  WIk.iI Rd.   Sechelt MD! 5936 PH 885 3281 (PARTS DIRECT LINE) 885 7211 VAN TOU FREE 684 Coast News, November 9, 1992  opinion  Pony Express?  Just over a month ago we reported changes in Ihe way  Canada Post deals with us. Only Gibsons Post Office is  allowed to sort local mail now. Pender Harbour and  Sechelt, if they have mail for the rest of the Sunshine  Coast, have to send it to Vancouver to be sorted there.  Of course, we were assured that this was in the interests of economy and efficiency and we reported that. We  also reported that there would be a three-day delivery  period. Horse feathers.  We had occasion last week to track an important piece  of mail which we needed promptly. It was mailed in  Madeira Park on Saturday and at week's end had still not  emerged from the monster machine in Vancouver.  We have all been unfailingly patient with this federal  government as it strives to get its house in order with the  postal service, but this is surely absurd. For years you  could drop a letter in the post anywhere on the Coast and  have it delivered to its destination the next day or even, in  some cases, on the same day. Now it takes a week.  The Mulroney Conservatives have been jacking  around with mail delivery for eight years now. This nonsense about sorting local mail in Vancouver is aimed,  surely, at Ihe long-term reduction in jobs in the rural post  olfice. If we could persuade Ihis benighted bunch of fools  in Ottawa to attack the deficit with the manic energy they  use on the Post Office we would all be better served.  What is scary is that the same geniuses who are disembowelling the Post Office in Ihe name of efficiency are  embarked on an infinitely more complex set of adventures with Mexico and the United States.  If, after eight years, they still can't get a clear set of  principles for the delivery of the mail, what can they do?  It is unsettling as we prepare for the 20th Century to  reflect that in the business of mail delivery here on the  Coast we would most assuredly be better served by the  Pony Express of the 19th century.  Talking back  "I'm sorry, sir he's in a meeting right now. Could I  take a message and have him phone you back?" asks the  dutiful voice at the end of the line.  If your lucky, you may get a phone call near the end of  the week, accompanied with a terse apology for not having returned the call sooner.  Of course, they may well have been busy, but that's not  the point. It sometimes seems those whose duty it is to  reel theredtape resent the role they play as public  s'po1tel!fjt6Vle**Of'JRSfget tfrat taxpayer are, flTfWrSIrn-  pjest terms, their employers. ��  I To be fair, the Coast has no greater allotment of chip-  shouldered civic employees or politicians than elsewhere,  but even a few is enough to ruin many a day.  Take for example the newly elected Island Trustee for  Gambier Island, Gordon Steele. The Coast News managed to get hold of Mr. Steele before and after the recent  by-election and his response was the same both times.  "I'm sorry, I don't want to talk to the papers."  It's one thing to decline interview before an election,  believing in a philosophy of "the less said the better." If  voters end up with more than they bargained for choosing  such a candidate they only have themselves to blame.  But it is another matter entirely once elected to public  office to shun the routine enquiries of the press on matters of public interest. Mr. Steele forgets that a community paper is a community voice and one of the greatest  checks of government at any level.  He now holds public office, and like it or not, is in the  public eye on decisions made by the Trust.  It's time he let himself be heard.  Forest impartiality  lacking  An open letter to A. Char-  bonneau, Minister or Forests  We view with growing alarm  the departure of local MoF officials from the policy of value  neutral chairmanship during the  Tetrahedron L.R.U.P.  It is not appropriate for the  chair to stage media events,  attempt to discredit (he conclusions of other ministries, or misrepresent the significance of  expert council.  All participants are frustrated  with the pace of the process.  However, as a matter of record,  delay has come more from the  district office than from the conflicting opinions of committee  members. ,  Presently, the ministry rsU  withholding critical information.  For this reason pressure io compromise and conclude the process is not credible.  The resolution of this process  must relate to the hard data and  scientific evaluations gathered  by committee members. This is  tne only approach that can satisfy all concerns and receive the  support of the public.Your  immediate attention to these  problems will be appreciated.  DAN BOUMAN  Tetrahedron Alliance  Senior statistics  misleading  I would like to correct a misleading statistic which continually appears in print and is  insulting to seniors (I am not yet  one myself). I was surprised to  see this misinformation in a  seniors' column.  It is often falsely said that  seniors have more automobile  accidents than any other age  group except the under 25s. This  is just not true. The error comes  from a misinterpretation of a  statistical study some years ago  which showed that seniors have  a higher rate of car accidents,  minor and serious, PER MILE  DRIVEN, than most other age  groups.  Because seniors tend to drive  far less miles at lower speeds  than all other age groups and  because most of their accidents  tend to be minor fender benders,  in actual fact if we look at serious accidents involving injury,  seniors' are among the safesr  drivers around. Of course, that!  is not to say that there aren't  seniors out there who shouldn't  be behind a wheel, but one can  say that about any age group.  So let's stop senior bashing  and concentrate on those who  are responsible for 90 per cent  of all serious accidents, the  under 25 and the drinking driver, remembering, lo be fair, that  there are many non-drinking  under 25 excellent drivers on  the road.  F. KONOPASEK  Halfmoon Bay  Taking 'nirriners'  filthy lucre  How could any man have  such:  1) insensitivity and lack of  respect for the past and the  efforts of his colleagues to honour that past with heroic design  and painstaking effort;  2) complete disregard for the  convenience, safety and peace  and comfort of his community;  3) utter lack of vision for the  future -  as to exercise his authority  and accept filthy lucre from  'furriners' and allow them to  use the natural beauty of his  town as a backdrop for the filming of controversial literature?  I have been a resident of this  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunthlnt Coatt Newt  Box 68  Sech.lt, B.C.  V0N3A0  town for a quarter of a century,  long enough to have met, known  and appreciated the friendship  of grandchildren of the founders  of this town, whose bones lie in  Pioneer Park and who are themselves now gone. I have been  unable to circulate around as  well as formerly by reason of  major surgery for cancer. I  could not believe, on a recent  outing, the 'amazing DISgrace'  that has been allowed to happen  here.  A.M. MARTIN  Gibsons  Unforgettable  evening  Through the Coast News I  would like to take this opportunity to thank the Sechelt and  District Chamber of Commerce  for thinking me worthy of the  Citizen of the Year Award.  I would like to particularly  thank Clare Ann of Ann-Lynn  Flowers and Gifts for donating  all the lovely floral arrangements. The presentation of the  65 roses, each with a card of  congratulations and good wishes  from special people, was one of  the highlights of the evening.  Thank you to Reg and Lynne  Dickson for giving me a tape of  their first song ."Hope", to be  featured on a musical release for  Cystic Fibrosis. Also thank you  to Axana-Dew Beauty Boutique  for a Day Just For Me.  To everyone concerned,  thank you for an evening I will  never forget.  ELVA DINN  Sechelt  A new northerner stirs some old northern memories  I heard from a friend who has accepted a position in the Yukon at the end of this month. He  wanted to know if I had any pointers for him. He  was going io live in the north for the first time.  What could he expect?  I suggested that he wait till he gets to where  he's going io buy winter clothing. He'll want a  good parka, a long one down to the knees, and  some mukluks, preferably made by the natives of  the region.  I suggested that, despite the advice of the BC  Automobile Association, I wouldn't lake the Cassiar road in winter time. It's lough enough travelling a thousand miles in winter without traversing  a major snow belt.  He wanled to know about the weather and the  coming and going of the daylight in the northern  skies. He wanted to know about depression in the  cold and dark of mid-winter.  Keep active; go outside every day regardless of  the temperature; even in moonlight the silver  snows of the north can be breathtakingly beautiful.  As I spoke to him I was transported back to tbe  years that I spent in Dawson City over a quarter of  a century ago.  It was a magic time in my life. I went to the  Klondike direct from Montreal. I bad spent an  intense decade of my life in what was indisputably  musings  john burnside  then Canada's premier city. I wis looking for  something entirely different; the Klondike was  most assuredly that  I couldn't have picked a better or richer time to  go north. On the creeks around Dawson City and  in Dawson City itself lived the last surviving men  who had come across tbe Chilkoot Pass in 18%.  They were fi ace, independent old men in their late  eighties and early nineties and once you had won  their trust they could regale you with some of the  finest stories surely ever told.  There was Harry Lehman who came over the  Chilkoot in UV winter of 1898. He survived being  buried by an avalanche in the. pass. He mined at  Thirty Seven Below Discovery on Bonanza Creek,  still taking nuggets from his shaft in his late eight-  When Harry went to town he went as an  English gentleman, natty in blazer and flannels.  A very different man was old Bill Clark. In his  mid nineties, Bill still mined on Upper Bonanza,  above the forks which joined Eldorado and Bonanza Creeks. Bill had been crippled with arthritis in  the 1930s and for 30 years he mined and made his  way to town on hands and knees. He had portions  of car tires as knee pads.  Many a tourist would in the summer drive by  Bill on his way to town and, moved by pity, offer  him a ride the poor old cripple. They were treated  to a line in verbal abuse the like of which they had  never beard. He was a fierce, wild old man was  Bill Clark.  Bill was an American from Chicago and a  ceaseless inventor. Every year he registered another patent with the U.S. Patent Office. His cabin,  such as it was, was designed, he asserted proudly,  on the purest scientific principles. It was in fact a  hole in the ground with just room enough for a  wood stove, a cabinet with pots and dishes and a  rocking chair. What made it scientific was that Bill  slept on an earth shelf under the low roof where  the air was wannest  Outside die low cabin was a pile of discarded  orange juice tins which towered over the roof of  Bill's cabin.  When he mined he lowered himself down the  vertical shaft by his arms, filled his buckets with  ore, pulled himself up the ladder again then  winched up the ore buckets. Then down again for  more.  Wonderful, rich old characters, all of them  larger than any life I had ever known.  Big Pete Pamacino lived across Bonanza Valley from Harry Lehman across a footbridge he had  built himself and which was as meticulous as  everything in his immaculate cabin. One day, when  he was telling me why he had left his native Serbia, the giant old man broke suddenly into tears as  he remembered the atrocities of an earlier time. I  think of Pete sometimes with the Balkans ablaze  again with ancient hatreds.  It was my privilege to count the survivors on  the gold creeks in the census of 1966. It took some  diplomacy and a lot of overproof nun. These were  not men who liked governments.  So we talked my northbound friend and I, and I  remembered.  "How long since you lived there?"  "More than twenty-five years," I told him.  "You talk as though it were just the other day,"  he said.  "A part of me never left," I said.  COAST^NEWS  Subscription fate.  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Darah  Ptiotogrmpbtt ��� Jo*l jotinttona  Production  Cathy Mack,  Fran Bumi��de, Bovorty  AndyJufcaa  Ym%w commmtkYt AWAKD-WtNNINC ne-jwp-yer \  The Sunshine Coast News is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any means is  prohibited unless permission in writing is first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright Coast News, November 9, 1992  opinion  Election enquiries come up empty  The other morning, after the  American election fear president,  I tried to get in touch with an  old friend, Brian Swarbrick, to  see whai he thought about it all.  Brian was a pretty apolitical  type, a newspaperman and a  playwright and a mover about  across the truly extensive country we have here.  His father came out from  northern England as a glass-  blower, but of course it was the  depression and there wasn't  much glassblowing going on.  Swarbrick at an early age was  delivering buns on his bike up  and down Danforth Street in  Toronto after school. Soon after  he was also delivering the  Globe and Mail on about the  same route before school, and it  gol io become a pretty long day.  Then, before he gol to grade  12, he gol lo be a copy boy at  the Globe, and then its youngest  reporter. Then he got to be the  youngest reporter wilh the  Canadian Press, and then the  youngest producer al the CBC.  He was moving along, but perhaps faster than he could digest  all the stuff that he was operating with.  The Korean War came along  and he gol the thought that he  should be in it and went as an  Intelligence Officer. When he  got back various people had  leaped into senior positions at  the CBC, and there he was, a  free-lancer.  1 met him in Ottawa at about  this time. 1 was there from Montreal doing something or other  for the National Film Board. I  went, at an early hour of the  afternoon, to a favourite bar, La  Touraine, and this stranger was  sitting at the other end of the  bar. The bartender, Charles,  who became manager of tbe  Press Club in Ottawa, said this  man says he is a film writer,  shall I introduce you? So we  met.  He had written a film for  Budge Crawley of Crawley  Films but Budge, as was sometimes the case, hadn't paid him  yet and he had nowhere to stay  in Ottawa and no way to get  back to Toronto.  I had two beds in my hotel  room and we phoned Crawley  in the morning and it all worked  out.  Later, in Toronto, I was freelancing and he was writing for  the Star Weekly. He had a  house nicely central with a third  storey vacant and I moved in  there. Our typewriters went  along from about seven in the  morning until about 1 pm. Then  we would falter and go along  1.1 ACRE LOT  Fabulous ocean view in central  Roberls Cieek iusl otl  Lower Road Sunny southern  slope, level building site Less  than five minutes to the beach  Reduced to $158,900  Cell  DeanClepp  886-3811  P  In a nutshell  the street to a place called the  Chez Moi, and join a table  chaired by Joe Austin, late of  this town.  Brian wrote a play which be  got on at the Royal Alexandria  Theatre (the best place) and  subsequently became artistic  director of the Beaverbrook  Playhouse in Fredericton, NB.  He had three good seasons  there, using the best actors in  various parts of the country, but  he never wrote another play;  that is, not another one he let  out of his writing room.  Somewhat later, when I was  in Vancouver, I started getting  phone calls from Brian in  Toronto, suggesting 1 join him  in a trip back and forth across  the country in a Winnebago, to  take the pulse of the small town.  I met him in Winnipeg, with the  agreement that we would try it  out as far as Edmonton, and I  left him in Edmonton.  There had been many things  stuart nutter  thai had happened along the  way lhat had been interesting.  We had interviewed the new  premier of Manitoba, and we  had done a story on Lake Winnipeg after Labour Day. We had  had words from here and there  that we didn't expect, perhaps,  but ihe real story of the small  towns was not going to come  out of this swish across by my  friend Swarbrick.  Closer I expect might have  been lhe referendum, but when 1  phoned Brian lo see what he  thought about the American  election I found thai he had died  quite recently of a heart attack.  Well, of course, this is something that can happen to us all.  Our cat for example died two  days ago.  But Brian, a really ordinary  man on the one hand, and a really extraordinary man as he  made himself on the other,  leaves a hole in the world for  me at least.  What do Eaton's and  Tzoonie House have in common1?  Come see our selection of bargain priced toys  QAWi'iVidw>un(k$5  Adoid^Tal^SlHfi^/-vwnAunAr$10  New selection of Christmas Ornaments,  Musical Lights & Cards  Abalone, Pewter �� Semiprecious Jewellery  TZOONIE HOUSE    ^S5  B.C. GIFTS  885-9802  kftttts  Proposed voting  changes wrong  The BC government intends  to disqualify recreational property owners as well as convicted  criminals from voting in local  elections for mayor, councillor,  Islands trustee, regional district  director, school board trustee  and money by-laws.  The proposals are set out in a  'discussion paper', undated,  issued by the Ministry of  Munidp^l Affairs. Recreation  *���#��&/' ,rl'   Ij     ,,,   .',  This paper was distributed  only to officials with municipalities, Islands Trust, regional districts and school boards - with  so little fanfare as to be almost  secretive.  The proposal is to disenfranchise:  i I. criminals serving at least a  10 year sentence;  2. persons guilty of election  offences; and  3. non-resident property  owners including corporations.  But, the ministry intends to  give the vote lo persons without  any occupation "who do not  have a fixed address" but "do  reside in a community."  This proposal means that  owners of recreational property  in Whistler, the Gulf Islands, the  Sunshine Coast and other recreational property areas throughout BC will have no right to  vote in local elections. They  merely pay property taxes.  However, squatters who pay  no taxes do get the vole. All  they need do is show up on voting day for "instant" registration.  This is "fair, honest and  open," according to the ministry.  1 The fundamental problem is  the ministry's erroneous view of  "Principles of entitlement", ie.  that only resident "citizens" of a  community should have the vote  and that it should not be "a right  accorded by properly ownership." Dead wrong!  A local government is NOT a  general government of people  like the federal and provincial  governments, it is a government  established to regulate and provide services to local property  interests - fairly for the benefit  of and in the interests of all the  property owners.  Giving the right to vote to  those with no financial stake in  the community permits local  interest groups, such as exist in  the Gulf Islands, to run up tax  bills without reference to the  "weekender" taxpayers.  All property owners including corporations have the right  to vote. Disenfranchisement by  legislation is a scandalous derogation from property rights.  All owners should object  beforethe deadline for comment, which is November 30,  1992. Write to your MLA and to  Minister Robin Blencoe at 800  Johnson Street, Victoria. Phone  953-3009 or 387-4050 or FAX  356-1070.  CLIVE V. NYLANDER  Vancouver  Talcing pride  Parker's excellence  The ecstasy of justifiable  pride and the opportunity for  participation are two essentials  for human life.  Bravo) to the Arts Council  for the opportunity to participate  in experiencing the ecstasy of  justifiable pride in a fellow  human's excellence, as personified in Jamie Parker's piano performance at the Raven's Cry  Theatre, Sunday, Oct. 25.  LOIS HOLMES  Wildlife support  requested  The Sunshine Coast Wildlife  Rehabilitation Centre's main  objective up until now has been  the rearing, rehabilitation and  release of wild species of  orphaned and injured animals.  With increased traffic and  development on the Sunshine  Coast, we are experiencing  more demands on our resources.  At the present time, I am running the facility at a substantial  deficit and am constantly in  need of feed for the animals and  materials for additional shelters  and cages.  I have been basically running  the centre single-handedly on a  volunteer basis, with occasional  help from a few concerned citizens. This is a non-profit organi  zation with no consistent government funding. The work is  ongoing and I would like to be  prepared as much as possible for  any emergency that may come  my way.  A donation, no matter how  small, is greatly appreciated and  will go directly to the feeding  and the day-to-day care of the  animals. A receipt for tax purposes will be mailed to you  immediately.  My address is Box 8, Trout  Lake Road, Halfmoon Bay, BC  VQN lYO.oiyou may drop it off ���,  at the Rehabilitation Centre off  Highway 101 on Trout Lake  Road. For information call 885-  5997.  JOANNE DICKESON  Halfmoon Bay  Museum raises  bazaar funds  We would like to thank  Nancy and the Sunnycrest Mall  for allowing non-profit groups  to gather in the mall Oct. 24 for  a bazaar to raise funds for the  community.  We would also like to mention the publicity from this  newspaper that let everyone  know it was happening.  The Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum chose to have a bake  sale with a multitude of delicious offerings homemade by  various members, who were  coordinated by Angela Kroning.  Betty and Fred Robertson set up  and manned the attractive display made by Leilainia Larsen  that complimented the foods  spread out for sale.  BOOK NOW FOR YOUR  CHRISTMAS  ?Mbuul  Sunday November 22  J's Unisex Hair Salon  Starting at 1:00 pm  Package Includes;  15 colour photos <3'/a" x 5")  Makeup by-Glnny Vail  Hal-styling by - Eve Schilling  Photography by - Ted Peters  Advance  Registration only  CALLGINNY  886-9177  We made almost $200 that  morning thanks to all the people  who supported the museum by  making purchases.  The only item we didn't sell  was a Pontiac Firebird in good  condition that has been donated  to us for fundraising purposes. If  you would like to make a bid on  this car call 886-8705. Your  support for the museum is much  appreciated.  LOLA WESTELL  i president  Elphinstone  a.fm:..i j   Pioneer Museum  NEW KIDS ON IHE BLOCK!  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STEPPING STONES  1st Birthday Sale  Gifts for Every  Taste & Budget  25%-75% OFF  Selected Glftware, Blouses  & Novelty Sweatshirts  Experience "Woodstock" Wlndchimes  - precision tuned for fine quality sound  "Shop early for best selection"  Enter draw for  Gigantic Gift Basket  885-7606  Bake Sale By The Chatelech Band Members  **_* ^ Saturday November 14thjn the Courtyard go 4*jt  *t  4 Unique Shops in the( HEA  5695 Cow  of Sechelt  #* Least News,  iNinenwer �� I wi  1992 24'6" WINNEBAGO SUNDANCER 400  ON NEW FORD CHASSIS    $39,999  1989 24' MOTORHOME  $27,900  1990 24' MOTORHOME  $29,900  NOT CUCnV AS SHOWN  9'6" NORTHERN LITE FULL SIZE  Fiberglass Camper - Shower Model  $12,990  HAPPY HOLIDAY MOTORHOME  RENTALS & SALES & SERVICE  Pollution output levels improving at mills  by Jane Seyd  Pulp mill pollution levels are gradually  falling on lhe BC coasl, mostly due lo refits  for secondary treatment of effluent and a  switch to different chemical compounds in  the bleaching process.  But they've still gol a long way to go  before reaching the provincial goal of zero  chlorinated organics within the decade.  In Ihe latest figures from Ihe Ministry of  Environment, Howe Hound Pulp and Paper  averaged .5��. kg of chlorinated organics  (AOX) per air-dried tonne of pulp produced.  Western Pulp's Woodfibre mill was al 1.77  and MacMillan Bloedel's Powell River mill  averaged 3.83 kg of AOX.  Among coastal BC mills, average levels  of chlorinated organics in the lasl reporting  period during the spring stood al 3.7 AOX ���  down from an average of 6.4 in l''H8. but  still above the provincial governmenl regulation of 2.5 kg.  Among lhe Ihree nearby Coast mills, the  Powell River mill made the biggest drop  from a previous level of 5.97 AOX, while  Woodfibre came down from 1 99, and Port  Mellon hovered at ahout lhe same level.  Whal all those figures mean is still being  debated among scientists al Ihe Ministry of  Environment and industry consultants.  Tbe concern over  chlorinated organic  substances is warranted'  -grnvmrnetit ttport  The pulp mill industry has argued in  recent reports lhal levels of AOX aren't a  good measurement of pollution and lhal  chlorinated organics are "quite innocuous."  But a BC governmenl report report disagrees, staling, "The concern over chlorinated organic substances is warranted."  Currently, about 50 per cent of waste discharged into Canadian waters is from Ihe  pulp and paper industry.  Debate has centred on using AOX levels  lo regulate pollution because chlorinated  organics are a large group of chemicals,  some of which are much more harmful than  others, while other toxic substances are not  regulated.  Debate aboul the cost lo industry is  another issue.  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper recently  spent a tolal of $28,500,000 on improved  pulp washing, treatment of effluent and substitution of chlorine dioxide for chlorine  among other measures. Bolh MacMillan  Bloedel's Powell River mill and Woodfibre  are also using secondary treatment and chlorine dioxide substitution.  Chlorine dioxide contribulcs much less to  Ihe formation of chlorinated organics than  straight use of chlorine.  Research is now centred around oxygen  and peroxide bleaching, and other systems  using ozone and enzymes. Research is also  being done into "closed effluent systems"  which recycle wasle ralher than releasing it  into Ihe environment.  T^SQME  WARRANTY  HOME WARRANTY  SURVEY  How to Get a Quicker Sale, More  Money, with Fewer Problems  MARKET SALES  TIME  PRICE  BUYER PREFERENCE A recent U.S. Gallop poll indicated that 80% of prospective  home buyers would like to have a home warranty coverage on their next purchase.  PEACE OF MIND The NATIONAL Home Warranty Program coverage provides you  with protection against potential after-sale problems arising from malfunctioning  appliances or home systems.  Mm NATIONAL  REAL ESTATE SERVICE  J  NRS GIBSONS REALTY LTD., R.R. #2, SUNNYCREST PLAZA, GIBSONS, B.C.  (604) 886-2277 or (604) 682-1513 Direct  Participating offices only. Some restrictions may apply.  Cost sends  Pender  transfer  station to  back burner  by Jane Seyd  Amid continuing controversy  over Ihe state of the current  Pender Harbour landfill, regional directors abruptly changed  their minds over Ihe immediate  need for construction of a transfer station at the site when confronted with Ihe cost of the project.  At over $400,000, both original bids on building the transfer  station checked in at over three  times the regional district's proposed budgei of $125,000 for  Ihe project. And even with  attempts to whittle the low bidder down to basics, the cost of  the transfer station still came in  at over $230,000.  "It's double the price of what  it's budgeted for," said director  Jim Gurney at the special meeting Thursday. "We simply do  not have the funds available."  The solution: a vote by  directors to refuse both bids and  allow two or three months "for  the dust to settle."  One possibility now being  considered is to build the station  "in house" using public works  crews. But with several other  major projects looming, that  could present logistical problems with staff, said Gurney.  Following the meeting,  newly sworn-in Area A director  Jane Reid said the decision to  refuse the bids would give residents who oppose the transfer  station time to build an alternate  proposal for wasle management  in Pender Harbour.  Reid said one option may be  to acquire crown land adjacent  to the current dump site and  build a new controlled landfill  there. At the same time, she  commented, "I think the environmental concerns are warranted and I think they have to be  addressed."  A decision to pul off the  transfer station should not affect  start-up of recycling plans for  Pender Harbour, Reid added. "If  anything, it enhances the support."  During the meeiing, previous  warnings aboul leaehate problems, limited lifespan of the  current dumping area and  overuse of the dump under its  current permit were not mentioned by directors.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Uive your cares at home with us.  Ht/ Animal Can  Malf Clearing ami FomnUng  Indoor Plant and Yard Mainlenance  Hfemt Hone Check or UvHn Service  CALL SHMON 885-2228  4  CulutHutt-lViidi  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  ��� ���-' " ���' - * >��� > *  .��-_ Coast News, November 9, 1992  community  Rotarians expanding community role  The Rotary Clubs of Gibsons  and Sechelt, making preparations for their second annual TV  auction Friday (Nov. 13) from 5  pm to II pm, are looking forward to having a bigger hand in  community projects as charter  membership grows.  The auction is the major and  only joint fundraising event for  Ihe Rotary Clubs. Members  hope to double the $20,000  raised last year through the generous donation of goods lo the  block from community businesses. Proceeds are split  between the two clubs. "We're  already looking at it being very  successful," said Gibsons  Rotary president John  Kavanagh.  Gibsons Rotary Club, founded four years ago, has dedicated  ils funding efforts mostly  toward youth projects, notably  playing a major part in setting  up a teen drop-in centre at  Brothers Park this year and  establishing an Interact junior  Rotarian club at Elphinstone  Secondary school.  "We probably are slanted  more towards the youth," said  Kavanagh. "We have some  ongoing commitments and  scholarships, but we try not to  limit ourselves to individual  projects."  lie said one of the long-term  goals of the Rotary Club is to  build a palliative care hospital in  Gibsons. "We foresee that need  in the future with the way the  community is growing."  Rotary    member    Steve  george In glbsons  What?  What health club can  you soon join at  Sunnycrest Mall that  has no gym?  (iibsons and Sechell Rotarians will Join together again for Ihe Second Annual Rotary TV Auction  on Channel 11, Friday, Nov. 13, Trom 5 pm -11 pm,  Sawyer has  been   actively out... We focus a lot on children  involved in the club since ils whose parents can't or won't  inception.  "We have the talent fund activities that other chil-  silting in a Thursday night room dren do."  (when the Rotary       Club meets) lo do  anything from  installing a sound  system in a school  to building a hospital," Sawyer  said. "We are a  community service club. We will  speak to whatever  the community  needs."  And that need has so far been  most apparent among the youth,  Sawyer added. "We feel in Ihis  community that it keeps coming  back that the children are crying  'We focus a lot on  children whose  parents can't or  won't fund  activities that  other children do'  Acting locally  and co-ordinating efforts wilh  Ihe     schools,  other    service  organizations  and government,  more established  Rotary    Clubs  have spearhead-  _______     ed some impressive community  projects elsewhere, from civic  centres to hospitals.  The Sechelt Rotary Club,  only a year old, has grown to 30  members and is sifting through  various project suggestions,  by George Cooper  "A special award to a special person," Mayor Eric Small  said, as he presented a plaque  from the Town of Gibsons to  Bob Kelly at the council meeting last Tuesday, Nov. 3.  The inscription reads: "To  Bob Kelly in recognition and  appreciation of dedicated service to the Town of Gibsons...Mayor and Council  1992,"  Bob's wide smile as he  accepted the plaque certainly  showed his appreciation of the  Town's appreciation.  The dedicated service, as  Stuart Burnside so ably put it  the other week in his sketch of  Ke|ly's career, was simply the  collecting of Gibsons' garbage  over the past 30 years.  "I came to Gibsons to stay  in 1952 or 53," Bob said, "to  join my dad and mother. They  came here from Port Alice.  Both my dad and I worked in  the pulp mill there. I stayed in  Port Alice for a couple of years  after they left and then I joined  them here.  "Did odd jobs, a handyman," Bob said. Then in I960,  Bob started up his private  garbage collecting business in  Gibsons. "Had to collect my  fees every two weeks from  everybody. The seniors were  always paid up on time."  He bid a couple of times for  the contract when Gibsons  decided to have full municipal  service, but lost out both times.  Then he got the contract,  and his white truck was always  around on the designated day  of collection, or if he didn't  make it, the next day for sure.  When the Stewart Road  dump closed, Bob Kelly found  the run lo the Porpoise Bay site  made for long hours. "Used to  be the day's pickup could be  done and leave me time to run  an errand into Vancouver and  back before supper. But not  when the dump closed.  "The accident when my  truck rolled a wheel over me  and broke three ribs has made  me quit a year before my contract was up. I was going to  quit then. I'll be 65 next June  26.  "I've always been busy,  never out of a job all my life.  Well I always did the best I  could, and I've never ripped  anybody off."  Bob intends to visit Port  Hardy and look around other  places on the Island. "Just visit.  Probably come back to Gibsons, but I'm not sure about  ' that. Just learning to relax right  now and not wake up'every day  with the birds."  Gibsons will always welcome you home, Bob.  Bob Kelly collects an honourary plaque from Gibsons mayor  Eric Small recognizing 30 years dedicated service to the town.  Gibsons Lions working  to benefit local charities  by Agnes Labonle  Gibsons Lions Club has undertaken  several fundraising programs. The  Lions TV Bingo is featured on Sunshine  Coast Cable 11. Bingo cards are $1 and  may be bought at Dockside Pharmacy,  Seaview Convenience Store, Gibsons  Lanes, Howe Sound Pharmacy, Petro-  Canada Convenience Store, Sunnycrest  Photo, Home Hardware and Seamount  Car Wash. Prize is $100 and all proceeds go to projects for handicapped.  Watch local businesses for Penny Pic cards. Proceeds will go to  local charities. For the next few weeks Gourmet Foods will be available from club members. To order supplies for your pre-Christmas  entertaining, phone Paulette Collins at 886-8633. Proceeds will be  donated to Timmy's Telethon.  Finishing touches are being done al Kinsmen Hall; members of  Lions and Kinsmen Clubs have been volunteering their time for this  facility, which is home for bolh clubs.  Interested in club membership? Phone membership chairman Greg  Collins at 886-8633 or approach any member.  #3  SEPTIC TANK  MAINTENANCE  ��� Failure to maintain system may result in sludge build-up  entering drainage field and destroying it. A health hazard  results.  ��� Consult your local septic lank pumping service or health  department as to how often your tank should be pumped.  ��� Usual recommendations: every 3 to 5 years.  ��� Warning signs may include excessive odor from roof vent  pipes, or any change in function of plumbing system.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  , 886-7064 (collect) ,  file photo  including a Seoul hall, foresters  hall and community hall. "Being  so new, we' ve had people come  to us before we were really  organized," said past president  Tony llowlin, noting that some  15 project ideas are tinder  review by the membership.  "Whatever we start with, we  want to finish."  The Sechell Club also dispenses an annual scholarship to  a graduating student of high academic standing at Chatelech and  sends students on leadership  courses. The club is in the process of selling up an Interact  Club at Chatelech to encourage  youth community involvement  and "for the Rotarians to gel lo  know what the kids want,"  llowlin said.  Wta Soil Newsprint  ~ Roll Ends  varloua alzaa for $5. $10 and $15 each  - In Gibaona at 537 Cruice Lana  - In Sachalt at 5521 Cowrla St.  the  R���AL ���5TAT��� CORH6R  by Herb Craig  REP: GIBSONS nFAlTY  Looking  Ahead  Patt I  Two important patterns are developing in North Ameiica ��� eacli  working against the other. The number of Senior Citizens IS growing  af a significant rate, and the prices of homes tiave been escalating  dramatically. We've approximately 2,500,000 Seniors in Canada, and  they're estimating that in 40 years this number will top 4.500,000.  If these Seniors are living in their own homes they're probably "home  rich" now but headed toward "cash poor." The home is worth a  bundle but the carrying costs and their living costs have a real  ceiling. That ceiling is (heir fixed income. And when those costs  exceed the income - often they have fo sell their one protection  against inflation, their home. And because the prices of cottages and  smaller homes have dramatically increased, they start to run out of  options. Then the race really begins in earnest as they start to eat  into their life savings.  Next week - looking ahead at some innovative alternatives.  YOU WILL BE SOLD ON MY SERV CE  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS REALTY LTD. 886-2277  Hillside;  This Thursday  through Saturday  Monday Nov. l6,h mrough  Saturday Nov.2)s��  forgoing that will  boggle the mind.'  IIP  Morgans  \  i  Mens Wear  r.j.l Bay Mall. Sncticll 8859330 Coast News, November 9, 1992  rtlN.tKUt  mm  community  SUIMCOAST MOTORS LTD  ACROSS FROM GIBSONS PARK PLAZA  Mesmer an outstanding psychic and hypnotist is to he  featured Friday and Saturday night (November 13 and 14).  Mesmer amazes and delights his audiences wherever he goes.  He has performed throughout Canada and Ihe United States.  Be sure lo visit the Cedars Pub where you and other guests will  be thoroughly entertained and completely mesmerized.  That's at the Cedars...more than just the usual entertainment  ...it's laughter, magic and hvpnosis...slmply the funniest stage  show you are likely ever to see.  ri-vApr   Join In With All Our Regulars  CU/Xfvd       cnr A firpnt Fun Evenina.  m  For A Great Fun Evening.  HWY. 101, GIBSONS  Karen Haase accepts two contributions towards helping her  obtain a degree in social work - one (lefl) from lhe Gibsons Business and Professional Women's Club represented by Inge Harrison, bursary committee chairperson, and president Cheryl  Ahrens; the other from Dorothy Nalrne, bursary chair for the  Sunshine Coast Bursary Society of the Canadian Federation of  University Women. I.i/iile Benlahl (not shown), currently in Ihe  Building Technology Program al BCIT, also received a bursary  from Ihe (.BPWC. Joel Johnstone photos  by Beverley Shipley  Roberts Creek Elementary School renovations and expansion is Anally, for sure,  gelling off Ihe ground this month. On October 30 Mi-Dan Construction Ltd., a union  company from Delta, BC was awarded the  school contract in the amount of $2,788,100.  There will be al least a three-week waiting  period, as Victoria lakes two weeks for ils  final, final approval, and Mi-Dan needs  another week after that to clean up loose  ends.  Already this summer there has been considerable clearing and blasting of rock areas  in preparation for construction. The school  will be added to at both ends and the middle  will be gulled, so this will necessitate moving lhe students around as construction progresses.  There is some question as to the appearance of the facade of the building when il is  finished. Apparently some concerned Creek-  en led by teacher/spokesman Barry Krangle  have drafted a letter to be sent to the school  board, endorsed by the Roberts Creek Community Association, asking for input with  the contractor. This input would be pertaining to the use of materials, ie. cedar shingles,  soffits and siding. It was reported at the last  RCCA meeting lhal there could be a combination of sleel, slucco, aluminum or all for  the face of lhe school. As resident Alec  Ross, who has contracted for Chatelech Secondary and Sechelt Elementary, pointed out,  cedar is not practical or safe material for a  school due to fire hazard and seismic readings in the area.  According to school district  secretary/treasurer Tim Anderson, there will  be a sleel overhang and flexibility as far as  colour goes - definitely not fire engine red!  Anderson's main concern wilh the school  right now is to get construction going. The  expected completion date is in IS months,  January of 1994.  One concerned parent at the RCCA meeting brought up a very good point - lhat the  playground's pressure-treated wood is "a  time bomb" and wants it gone before we  worry about the exterior of the school.  OCP Update  OCP meetings are progressing well wilh  approximately 25 working members  involved. Last week's agenda saw the topic  of commercial development and tourism  shelved until next meeting, Nov. 18.  Peace Group Meeting  The next Peace Group meeting is tonight  at 7:30 pm in the library at Roberts Creek  Elementary. There will be a video, "Toying  Wilh The Future."  Pottery Sale  Creek Clayworks' second annual Christmas Pottery Sale and Studio Open House  will be held Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 21  and 22 from 10 am to 4 pin. The public is  invited to visit the sludio located al 1738  Lockyer Road in Roberts Creek and meet  potters Elaine Futterman and Mike Allegret-  ti.  Their pottery is both functional and decorative. Mugs, casseroles, platters and bowls  are all safe for oven, microwave and dishwasher use. Glazes are in contemporary  colours and contain no lead. An excellent  selection of pottery will be displayed  throughout the studio. Refreshments will be  served. For further information or directions  call 885-2395.  Library News  New releases at the Roberts Creek  Library include: Jimmy, an autobiography of  Jimmy Pattison; The Other Side of Midnight  by Sidney Sheldon; The Last Magician by  Janette Hospital; Scarlett, the sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind, by  Alexandra Ripley.  LUCKY SHOPPER" DAYS  NOVE.MBER 9 21  Shop Early for the Best Selection...  ana a Chance to Win a  $100 SHOPPING SPREE!  Enter as often as you like  Entry forms available at all participating merchants  v.  Highway 101  SUNNYCREST MALL  DISCOVER THE DIFFERENCE  4  Upper Gibsons  tfMmnmttjf mmmWiF''<' P **> .al*.  SWM   W.'*��W��r t'-w'.��     ��� ...     ��� '..-  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  HtDo again! Good to be back  if only for a while. Please  remember to phone me with  news of birthdays, anniversaries  or coming events.  Speaking of birthdays, congratulations to the only Teddy  Bear at Daycare to celebrate this  month, Danielle Fath.  Please attend tomorrow's  meeting of the community association, at 1 pm at the hall.  Guest speaker Mike Shanks will  tell us just how our homes are  assessed.  Remembrance Day is Nov.  11. Please wear a poppy. The  community association has a  flagpole and flag now. When  these are in place we can have a  small service in future.  f,' ���*    r,""1  ' '       ���'���-���������:���-���     ������������     ' ' ..:<>���>,:>������*  The Gibsons  Legion  Branch 109  would like to extend an open  invitatation to all clubs, groups,  organizations and the public to  attend our  Remembrance Day Service  at 10:45 a.m. November 11.  We also thank everyone for their support  during our Poppy Fund Campaign.  These funds are used to assist those  veterans who are in need, and any  donations are sincerely appreciated.  i_t_^__^_^_^__  The Sechelt auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital is holding its  annual bazaar Nov. 14 from 11  am to 2 pm in the Indian Band  Hall. The usual high quality  crafts, baking, etc., will be on  sale. Do plan on attending.  In the afternoon from 2 pm  to 4 pm St. John's United  Church is holding a Poinsettia  Tea and Mini Sale. There will  be some crafts, baking and  plants for sale as well as tea and  sandwiches, which will be  $2.50. Start your holiday shopping early by attending these  events.  Clean and sweep  There are three little girls in  Davis Bay calling themselves  the Clean and Sweep Club.  They are again working to raise  money for Children's Hospital.  If you need a driveway swept, a  porch washed or some other  job, contact Alison Klepsch  885-7217 or Wendy Flagg 885-  4110. Rates are reasonable.  Do any of you remember the  old Norris cartoons that used to  appear in the Vancouver Sun?  He had a whole series of a train  running through a living room  in Wesl Vancouver while the  occupants attempted to keep  their teacups from orbiting. Our  tea is safe from trains but not  from highways and feeder  roads. Think about ill  If you are concerned, contact  Alison 1-eDuc 885-2008 for the  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Residents' Committee. Your input is  vital.  School Distirct No. 46 (Sunshine Coast)  PUBLIC FORUMS  The Board of School Trustees would like to Invite the people of the Sunshine Coast  to take part in forums being held by the counsulting firm, The Apra Group, to discuss  the development of a long-range plan for all of the district's school facilities:  Location  Madeira Park Elementary  Elphinstone Secondary  If you were not able to attend the forum in your area, feel free to attend any of the  others. Comments will be accepted by mail, telephone or fax by: A.P.R.A., 201 - 560  Beatty St., Vancouver V6B 2L3; Phone 687-4341; Fax 689-7634  Aim  Dale  Time  Pender Haibour  Gibsons / Langdale  Mon., Nov. 9  Thurs., Nov. 12  7:00 pm  7:00 pm Coast News, November 9, 1992  HOURS  Sunday 10 6  Mon ��� Thurs 9-     Friday 9-9  Trail Bay Mall,  Sechelt 8852025  >.*^--***OlBm*^--*MB*jClMB^L^aH^^0MU  Gwi w i S  (Heritage market  Vour fir/t cho'ce in food/  7'/)t'.si' arc last a lew ol the  more than .'!~>ll specials you ll  find in store for you.  Prices effective Monday,  November 9 to  Sunday, Xovembcr 13.  Shop .Easy has changed its name!  Why art we changing our name after all these ytart?  Recently our main wholesaler, which owns the "Shop Easy"  name, asked us to sign a new franchise agreement. Signing  the agreement and remaining the "Shop Easy" store would  radically change lhe way we conduct business. 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Schneider's Black Forest or  Old Fashioned Ham  Steed. 100 g   Schneider's German or Hungarian  Shared. lOOg .....  ���5P8r  -|tt  ���5Rf  ���  1"  >.'�����*.** 10  Coast News, November 9, 1992  community  Promoting unity in diversity  The second week in November is being promoted a�� I nit> in  Diversity week by Baha'i communities across Guiatia.  Unity in Diversity week is intended io raise the consciousness of  individuals to the oneness and wholeness of humanity, ll is a concept  that goes well beyond a mere tolerance for ottiers different from ourselves.  It goes beyond the idea of multiculturalism and pluralism ll is  calling for our going out of our way lo understand, cherish and celebrate human uniqueness, say the Bahai's.  The Sunshine Coast Baha'i communily is convinced lhat a Canada-wide celebration of this week will result in hopeful, new patterns  of interaction between the diverse members of Canadian societ\  ai^""   '  ��� Flea & medicated baths ��� Grooming fc all breeds ���  ��� Nature Choice products ��� Cat boarding available ���  sWiM****,,  11874 Hwy 101 near SHvw Sands  Opens Nov 23 .**������ Sal Aiarpulnlmonti ��� IM-9706  LOOKING FOR SOMETHING  UNIQUE & DIFFERENT?  Lots of new arrivals - shop  early for best selection  Great Christmas gifts ft  stocking stuffers  Open This  Sunday  11:00 am  to 4:00 pm  JPTXTRAS  JUs IMPORTS  Cowrie St. Sechelt Mon.- Sat.. 10:00 5:30  %rtV0IAe  885 - 6460  A chance encounter and a few tricks later Alan Thomson of Op-  Tickle Illusions - a one-man magic show out of Vancouver -  sechelt scenario  found himself centre stage for  Sechelt.  r     presented by  George Cameron Antiques  HUB?'  Sunnycrest Mall, G  N< 15th  --' rm\n  . *'i     ';����������� "tfi ���������������'���'��� ;.k=ss-sj. <    >   m  Antiques fc Reproductions  Largs ���election ol hand picked Hock direct  trom our warenouae to you.  European and Canadians antiquee.  Moat hava baen isstorsd  Also featuring heritage style raprodudtona  Tabtaa - many sizao: Chalra ��� varioua rtytat  Buflnts S Hutehaa: Coltaa labia aats  Occasional Kama; Pius much moral  Good Selection - Great Prices  See you al the Mall  by Deanna I.ueder, 8H5-7M5  Wednesday, Nov. 11 is Remembrance Day. It is  time again lo make a small donation in exchange  for a bright red poppy, our symbol of remembrance. Many young Canadians have died in service to our country and ihey are dying still while  acting as peace-keepers for the Uniled Nations.  I watched an item on the news last week. It  showed Canadian soldiers preparing     _____  for duly in Bosnia and Croatia. Their  job will be lo convoy food and medical  supplies to besieged Bosnia Herzegovina.  Their challenge will be to fend off  land and air attacks as they do so. I  was struck by their serious young  faces.  How chilling it must be to have  grown up watching atrocities and death  daily on TV and al lhe movies until  numbed to suffering. And to now realize that you  may die; that death will hurt and last forever. War  and death are noi obsolete, nor are Remembrance  Day and red poppies.  Craft bazaars  Two bazaars are coming up hill of high quality  items and serving worthy causes. Save The Children Fund of BC. Sunshine Coast Branch, will be  holding its Craft Sale Nov. 13 Mid 14 a| Trail Bay  Mall. There will be a wide variety of handmade  items, especially children's sweaters. As well,  beautiful Christmas cards are available. Profits go  toward helping deprived children throughout the  world.  The Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary is holding its  Grand Sechelt Bazaar Nov. 14 from 11 am to 2 pm  at the Indian Band Hall. The hospital bazaar is well  known for its display of handicrafts, baking table.  'Many young  Canadians have  died in service  to our country  and they are  dying still..'  mystery gifts, white elephant table and an entire  table of jewelry. This year they are including a raffle of food lumpers. Refreshments available.  Fall book fair  West Sechelt Elementary School will be having  its annual Fall Book Fair Nov. 16 lo 19 inclusive.  This is the same week as parent-teacher-student  interviews. Book Fair order forms will be enclosed  _____     with the report cards Friday, Nov. 13.  Everyone is welcome to drop in to the  school between 2 and 4 pm to view  and make selections from the wide  range of books. Include this Book Fair  in your Christmas shopping. The joy  of reading is one of the greatest gifts  you can give to children. Money  raised will go toward buying materials  and equipment for the planned  automation of the school Library  Resource Centre.  The Sunshine Coast Bridge Club is holding a  charity game Monday, Nov. 16 at 7:30 pm at the  Seniors' Hall on Mermaid Street. All bridge players are welcome and partners are supplied. Reservations are recommended, call 885-5552. Proceeds  go to charitable support societies.  The monthly meeting of the Writers' Forge  lakes place Nov. 11 at 7:30 pm at Rockwood Centre. After a short business meeting the evening will  be devoted to workshopping member readings. So  bring three or four pages of material. Old and new  members welcome.  The Writers' Forge is once again holding a  Writing Contest open to anyone interested. There  are two categories, fiction and non-fiction, with a  1,500 word limit and a deadline of Feb. 15. Contest details will soon be available at the Coast  News.  Community Services to host gala  A lot of hard work goes into  putting on a good party.  On Nov. 28, there is going to  be a great party. The dinner  plans are underway. Caterer  Greg Petula has done the cooking for the first two galas and is  busy putting together this year's  menu.  Look forward to a varied and  sumptuous buffet. Dinner will  be served at 7:30 pm.  Organizers want the event to  be fun, and a party is more than  food, so they thought hard about  music. After checking around,  following leads, looking for the  perfect party band, they arrived  at: The Amazing Pocket Fishermen. This group of professional  studio musicians from Vancouver specializes in parties. Their  music comes from the '50s, '60s  and '70s.  "You will recognize every  tune we play," says band leader  Mike Rhurer.  The Fishermen got rave  reviews from their recent gigs in  Whistler. Wear your dancing  shoes. Dancing starts after dinner about 9 pm.  The board of Community  Services has collected weekend  hotel vacations, dinners at local  restaurants, all sorts of goods  and services. In the past, these  items were raffled to help boost  the fundraising aspect of this  event In the interest of fun and  doing things a bit differently  this year, the organizers have  decided to auction the goodies.  "We thought that a raffle is  not as much fun as an auction,  and selling raffle tickets can be  a burden on our volunteers, so  we decided to try an auction,"  says Tanchak.  The silent auction will take  place before dinner at 6 pm.  Items of all description will be  on display, accompanied by a  sheet to which bidders will add  their bid.  "I think the quietness of this  type of auction adds to the  excitement."  Tickets are now available.  Posters and advertising are on  their way. Call for tickets and  information at 885-5881.  a party or kids at Pastimes In  Joel Johnstone pholo  haltmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  The Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Department put on a  really greal fireworks display on  Hallowe'en night despite the  fact lhat the fellows had lo get  oul to Ihe rock and stand there  in the pouring rain to do the job.  Thanks fellows for a lovely display. As usual, there were lots  of kids in some weird and wonderful costumes who enjoyed  getting together in the Coopers  Green hall instead of having to  wander around on a dark, wet  night.  It was actually lucky for us  that the weather was so bad. It  prevented a lot of the usual  messy so-called 'tricks' that  take place, though this kind of  stuff is not necessarily confined  to Hallowe'en. One Halfmoon  Bay citizen who was particularly fed up with the local vandalism has done a tally of what it  costs the taxpayer to clean up  such things as graffiti at Halfmoon Bay school, on road signs  and vehicles. This amounts to a  considerable sum, which, when  details are revealed, will be  published in this column. The  kids won't read it, but hopefully  some parents will.  Historic Gowns  Brenda and Kevin Mahoney  of Welcome Woods recently  have been blessed with twins  whom they named Victor Bruce  and Christina Rose. The babies  were christened in St. Alban's  Church in Aldergrove.  One of the things which  made this event special was the  fact the babes wore twin christening gowns which had been  handed down for five generations, having been made in  Ontario in the year 1880. Our  congratulations go to this young  family.  Gone Home  After residing on Redrooffs  for many years, Ronnie Dunn  will be back home in Scotland  by the time you read this.  She particularly requested  that through this column 1 pass  along to all her friends how  grateful and happy she is to  receive so many good wishes,  beautiful gifts and cards. Ronnie will Se keeping up with  Sunshine Coast happenings  since the Coast News will be  sent to her each week. I will let  you all know when I get some  news from her.  WOMEN'S INSTITUTE HALL  The Women's Institute Hall, at the corner of Highway 101 and North  Road, was built with volunteer labour in 1989/30. It has been  officially declared a Heritage Building and the Qlbeons Landing  Heritage Society Is hard at work restoring its exterior and renovating the  interior for use as a Community Cultural Centre. This is a fine example of  the community preserving its architectural heritage.  i %Mt  cs  REALTY LTD.  MU8ION STATEMENT  Simple Honesty - High Energy  Local Knowledge - Personal Service  * BE THB BBST *  r 1  Your local Baal Ealale Company ��� Olbioni Quay/  Bo�� 335, Gower Polnl Road. Olbioni. B.C. vorr IVO    .  Phone: SSS-SI07, Van. loll fraa: ��81-3044,li��t SS6-9060  *���    ���    I m  _~-hii  -fca-i  WM-3060  My First Sony  AM/FM Cassette  Recorctowltti  Auto Shutoff,  Sing Along  Microphone  $5995  SONY OF CANADA LTD.  AVAILABLE AT  Adventure ELECTRONICS  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS ��� 886-7215  Are you  in the dark?  See the professionals at:  Sechelt Lighting  8854417  5909 Hwy 101,  SedMlt Coast News, November 9, 1992  11  community  by Joyce Ostry  The 69ers, Nikki Weber,  Connie Wilson and local comedienne Ronnie Dunn rocked the  'old hall' again. The Senior  Men's Songsters always present a polished concert. Everyone is pleased that Nikki commutes from Texada Island for  rehearsals.  As well, everyone is always  happy io see Nikki - she has an  irreplaceable smile. Bon Voyage to Ronnie Dunn, she'll be  loved in Scotland, too.  Madge Bell dazzled everyone with her display (a whole  table!) of jewelry at the  Seniors' Christmas Bazaar held  at the old hall on Mermaid.  Tables were filled with knitted  dolls, animals and sweaters.  Small Christmas trees held  small things and ornaments.  Children's clothes and adult  'doodads' could also be seen  on tables. Some of the goods  there arc made by those who  don't get out often and who  have donated these every year.  Your donations are really  appreciated and the seniors are  glad to see them. There was lhe  bake table and as usual this  quickly sold out. When you  walk in the door you can smell  all the goodies on the bake  tables. If you've just had breakfast it doesn't beckon so much,  but if your stomach is empty  the kitchen smell takes you to  the bake table straight away.  Displays and goods have  been put together through the  efforts of the men and women  of Branch 69. For everyone's  convenience, lunch was served  at Ihe back of lhe hall. Thanks  to Virginia Bkdahl for her  chairing of tlu* day.  The seniors membership has  accepted the Hall Management  Board - a group which will see  to the needed finances by  implementing needed activities  for the smooth management of  the building.  The current president will  act as an ex-officio member of  lhe board. The group consists  of Betty Calll, Dave Knight,  Robbi Robson, Mary Banner-  man, Barbara Hanke and John  Miller. The seniors are pleased  with the group and know that  the transition to the new  seniors' centre will be smooth.  I just learned lhat Patti and  John Miller will be moving off  the Coast in late November. I  will miss their friendship and  cheer. I know I speak for all the  seniors. Remember Patli and  John, we love you and we will  miss you.  Catching the spirit or  ���Hallowe'en al the Sunshine  Coast Credit Union's pumpkin  carving contest in Madeira  Park.  Roxanne Gregory photo  harbour watch  by Jacalyn Vincent  Remembrance Day is upon  us again Ihis Wednesday. The  Royal Canadian legion Branch  112 will begin its memorial services at 10:30 am with the  parade starting at 10:40 am.  Members, guests, families and  everyone else is welcome to  attend. Refreshments will be  served afterwards.  Community thanks  The Madeira Park Elementary school peer helpers would  like to thank the community for  generously helping oul with the  bottle drive. A whopping  $1,054 was raised for computer  software and for peer helper  programs. Thanks also to the  IGA, our liquor store and to  parents who kindly volunteered.  Food Bank  The Girl Guides of Pender  Harbour will be placing decora-  live boxes at the IGA, John  llenry's and the Oak Tree Market to help out lhe food bank.  This service project is to help  the guides learn more about our  community.  When you give generously,  please remember to make sure  all your donalions are packaged;  no perishable food will be  accepted. The boxes will be out  unlil Dec. 1.1.  Lottery results  The Pender Harbour Secondary school band recently  drew lottery winners at Ihe Hal  lowe'en dance. R.W. Foster  won the $800 draw; Marge  MacKay, the $200 ticket; and  Bobbie Bennett was delighted  with the $50 draw. Congratulations to all Ihe winners.  The monies raised will help  towards equipment for the band.  Thanks to all the students who  sold many of the tickets and to  the community for its support.  Wildlife Society  The Pender Harbour Wildlife  Society will be co-hosting  tables at Trail Bay Mall along  with the Wildlife Rehabilitation  Centre Nov. 14. This is an  awareness process for the public. Available will be memberships, plants, raffles, pottery  and a white elephant! All of the  proceeds go towards the  Wildlife Centre.  Old cars needed  The Pender Harbour Fire  Department needs old cars for  extrication practice. Contact  either Ron Cynbalist at 88.1-  2392 or Richard at the PetroCan  at 883-9327.  Christmas concert  Anyone interested in performing at the third annual  Communily Christmas Concert  sponsored by the Pender Harbour Music Society on Friday,  Dec. 18 al the community hall  call Bev al 883-2182 or Mike at  883-2376. Deadline is Nov. 13.  Until next week - be good to  yourself.  egmont news  by Lynn Mees  So weren't the fireworks  great! The smorg as usual was  unreal, tons of food, but hardly  that many people. But it was  great because during Ihe dance,  everyone could munch out on  leftovers. The music was a tad  different for an Egmont dance.  I'll tell you whal I heard. Everyone feels Ihe Egmonl Community Club owes Egmont a free  dance, some good boogying  stuff, rock and roll, something  we can dance lo. Thanks Jarvis  for your decorations in the hall  on Hallowe'en night. They  helped to liven up ihe place.  The bridge on the Old School  Trail has a new deck. It makes il  nice and safe when I go down to  the village with Ihe kids.  I see Ihe beavers have been  busy along Egmonl Road, near  North Lake. It looks as though  the whole culvert is jammed up,  and there is now a bog of water  along the side of the road.  Hopefully by now the hall  has been cleaned up and ready  for the happy celebration of  marriage between Maureen and  Brian.  Fit-Rite Blinds  Low, Low Prices  UPDATE your home NOW!  40% off Verticals  ENDS DEC. 31,1992  MINI  MICRO  WOOD  BLINDS  PLEATED  DUETTE  ROLLER  SHADES  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US/  Helen Milburn       886-8676     Huth Bulpit 885*5847  NanNanson 886-3416     Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  A small delegation led by  Geoff Craig, who is interested  in reopening the school in  Egmont, is heading down for a  school district meeting on Monday night (tonight), and any  interested Egmonsters please  phone Geoff for details of time  and place.  Hope to see you there!  Complimentary In-Home Service  Cathy Rumball   886-8445  For the finest in area dining  Dining giiDE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  HAID-A-WAY RESTAURANT  The Haid-A-Way Restaurant and dining room located in the Gibsons Motor  Inn invites you to come in and visit. We think you will enjoy the relaxed  atmosphere and comfortable surroundings. Enjoy a cup of coffee or a cool  drink in our courtyard area. Be  sure and check out our  scrumptious Sunday buffet - its  great.  The restaurant is open every  morning at 5:30 am for  breakfast. For a simply delicious  dinner and fine dining  experience, it's the Haid-A-Way.  Highway 101 at Park Road  Phone 8864501  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant - Lunch and dinner special every day. Every  Wednesday nighl is Prime Rib  Night. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza. Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  11 am - 2:30 pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am-10 pm.  Thi Bolt Houil - Just a ferry ride  away in beautilul Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from Ihe West,  East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us  alter 5 pm for dinner or for our  spectacular Sunday Brunch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals are just  some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch,  please let us know and we'll make  the necessary accommodations. For  reservations call 921-8188. All  major credit cards accepted.  Cafe Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere wilh warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious. Our whole  wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh dally, on  the premises. Outside dining, lake  oul orders for Ihe beach and cappuccino are available. The Coasl's  bistro...as unique as Ihe Coast  itself. Mon-Thurs 9 - 5. Fri & Sat 9 -  9. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square,  Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  Dsr Lebanon Restaurant - Come and  join us for Lebanese cuisine. Lunch  and Dinner features include Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian  dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels, Cappuccino, Espresso and Desserts.  Mon - Thurs 10am - 10pm, Fri &  Sal 10am -11:30pm, Sunday Ham -  10pm. Eat in or take-out. Catering  for parties and weddings. Everything we make is made with love!  Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101. al  Prall Rood, Cibsons, 886-3572. Visa  and MasterCard Licensed.  Hild-A-Wiy Riitaurinl - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining al Ihe Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 al Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am ��� 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-10pm. Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eal to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  night 2 for 1 special 5pm-10pm.  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seals  plus banquet room.  HHWa-at Family RMtaurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and burgers, homemade soups, pies and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials.  Take-Out available upon requesl.  Licensed & air conditioned. Open  Sun - Thurs, 11 am -10 pm. Fri tV  Sat 11 am -11pm. 886-2993  Tin Omega Restaurant - With a perfect view of Cibsons Harbour, and  a good lime atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll often see Bruno  Gerussi, star of the Beachcombers,  dining here. The modified menu  includes hamburgers, pizza, pasta,  steaks, chicken, seafood, stirfrys,  ribs, salads and desserts. Banquet  facilities available. Reservations  recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch and dinner Mon. - Fri., 11:00 am - 10:00  pm, Sat. 4:00 pm -10:00 pm, Sun.  4:00 pm-9:00 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger ��� Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secret Cove. Lunch and  dinner served seven days a week  from 11:00 a.m. Lunch specials  daily. Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  pizza wlth'homemade dough. All  pies and breads are baked fresh  daily on the premises. A children's  menu is also available. Join us for  Brunch on Sunday from 10:00 a.m.  - 2:00 p.m. Fully licensed. Visa,  Mastercard. Mercer Road, Secret  Cove. Reservations recommended.  885-7184.  Thi Whirl ��� Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  Nt* China Kltchin - GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar & dessert. Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am - 9 pm. Friday  & Saturday, 11:30 am - 10:00 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am ��� 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm.  For reservations call 886-3028. Free  delivery from 5 pm - 8:30 pm within 6 km radius. Minimum $15  order. Visa /Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub ��� Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jems Inlet while tasting  one of our many homes!vie specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Pub  open noon - closing. Kitchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvlnes Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood In a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 5  days a week - Fri k Sat: Noon -11  pm, kitchen Noon - 9 pm; Sun,  Mon & Thurs: Noon - 10 pm,  kitchen Noon - 9 pm. For the WINTER MONTHS ONLY, we are  closed Tues. k Wed. Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard k Visa.  Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Blut Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner.Observe the  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle at your  table. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Chti Philippe Rtiliurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Chef Philippe is  busy cooking up your favorites  including Spinach salad with  warm Balsamic Vinaigrette and  Fresh Australian Rack of Lamb  with 7 grain crust. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly,  professional service, intimate dining in the Heritage Lodge dining  room with a superb view of the  Georgia Strait. Enjoy a Cappuccino after inner. Follow Gower  Point Road to Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Reservations recom*  mended. 886-2188. Open from  5:30 pm 6 days a week. Closed  Wednesdays.  Creek Houm - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck-  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa k Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flam be1 desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  Lord Jim's Rasort Hotel - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Mnlaspina Strait set the theme for a  beautiful night out. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and soft musk add  up to make yours a night to  remember. In addition, we are now  accepting reservations for Christmas Party bookings. Restaurant  hours: Fri. 6pm - 9pm. Sat/Sun  Sam - 2pm, 6pm - 9 pm. For groups  of 10 or more, we will accept a  reservation for any evening. Vim,  Mastercard, American Express.  Reservations recommended.  885-7038  Pabblts ��� On Tht Beach - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8-3. Dinner Reservations  Recommended. In the heart of  Sechelt at the Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie t Owen's Drive In - Take oul, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  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"part of the gang from Ihe castle," according to  friend Will Bulmer. picked up a hand Wednesday containing the Jack  of Spades and three fives. Then from Ihe deck, the dealer turned over  the five of spades.  "You don't have to count il." said Bulmer immediately afterwards, still feeling the flush of excitement from the perfect 29-point  hand. "Lots of cribbage is played oul here in the breaks." he said.  "But this is llie first time it's ever come up."  The rare combination of cards yields the maximum number of  points possible in a cribbage hand.  An cry of surprise went up from around the table when Iverson  declared the hand and there were congratulations all around, Bulmer  said. "We can't tell you how much he won," he added confidentially.  "We're not supposed lo be gambling oul here."  *��-             ������.-*>   ���     .      ..  .           ..-���     a   -    -�� ���                                                                        *jaf-f***-.��aie. .^jHraJBI  ��� V-a-SaW. ,.         -     ��   vS^��T.,^-"****25jL����a��  Bill Lytwyn works on his  casting form al Chapman  Creek. On any given day a  number of fly fishers CM be  seen working Ihe waters with  their barbless Hies looking  for coho coming In to spawn.  Joel Johnstone pholo  ...  ���**-%*. ';.*-���**      A. aBT-  *.     ----'V^.."         ��� ; &���  *^       SlAaCUMKK  shWOBSOFSHMf****^  7RAIL BAY  ��������     _���  TERMINAL  forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR ��� HEMLOCK  886-7033  Coast rec commission waits on red tape  Don't expect any movement on a united  Coasl recreation facility in the near future.  According lo Ihe SCRD administrator  Larry Jardine. approval for the bylaw which  would start Ihe ball rolling is lied up in Victoria and he doesn't know when it will gel  back on the Coast, "right now it's oul there  somewhere in the weeds," Jardine said.  Once lhe bylaw, which requires provincial because it is being done through the  regional districl as a local service, returns, a  recreation commission will have to be  formed, according to Jardine.  That commission would, in nun, be  minor hockey  charged with hiring a recreation co-ordinator, who would begin ihe process of orchestrating Coasl recreation and facilities under  one control.  "From today, if everything went lickely-  boo," Jardine elaborated, "we could have a  (co-ordinator) in place by June... but that's if  everything goes as planned, and we haven't  heard two boos from Victoria, yel," Jardine  said. He said the by-law had been in Victoria for "several months."  Jardine said the commission, when  formed could be made up of politicians to  begin wilh but would probably evolve to  include non-political special interest groups  from other areas of recreation.  "It makes little sense to create another  political body," Jardine added, "We've  already gol political bodies... We would  probably try to get people who are interested  in the delivery of leisure services on the  Coast, be it minor hockey, soccer, baseball,  whist or whatever."  Much of the Coast's recreation needs,  and recommendations to meet those needs,  have been identified in the Professional  Environmenlal Recreation committee  (PERC) report released lasl year.  by Dan MacLeod  The Tykes are doing fine with first year kids improving by leaps  and bounds.  Novices - The novice division has formed teams and is working  toward the start of league games; the learns are Ihe Whalers, Bruins,  Cougars and Sharks.  Atom - Tuesday, Ocl. 29, Wings 2 vs Oilers 3. Saturday, Ocl. 31,  Jets I vs Flyers 4. Nexl game Nov. 7 - Oilers vs Flyers.  Early in November Ihe Wings are going to Seattle for two games  against Ihe Sno-Kings. Good luck gang.  PeeWee C - Salurday, Oct, 31 Flames 2 vs North Vancouver #4-5  (a). Sunday, Nov. 1 Canucks 4 vs North Vancouver #3-0 (h). The  Flames played the Canucks ul 9:30 am Sunday, Nov. 8.  Pee Wee A - Salurday, Oct. 31 Blues 8 vs Hastings 0 (h). Sunday,  Nov. 1 Blues 1 vs Ridge Meadows 6 (a).  Bantam C - Saturday, Oct. 31 S.C. I vs Squamish 11 (a). Sunday,  Nov.   I S.C. 1 vs Vancouver T Birds 9 (h). Sunday, Nov. 8 S.C.  played Burnaby Minor.  Bantam A - Salurday, Ocl. 31 Blues 3 vs Port Moody 8 (h). No  game Sunday.  Midget C - Firsl game of the year S.C. 0 vs North Vancouver 12.  Midget A - Blues 3 vs Abbotsford 10 (h). Blues 3 vs Aldergrove  10 (a). Nov. 7 vs Seafair al home.  This will end the tiering rounds. The teams will be put in divisions  lhat are more even to our teams' playing abilities. Thus far we have  seen tier one and two teams.  Two players from last year's teams are making a mark in other  associations.  Brad Wingfield, a midget lasl year, is now playing minor Junior A  with the Bellingham Icehawks. Brad is on a regular shift killing  penalties and on the power play.  Chris Croteau, a Bantam player last year, is playing goal for Ihe  Saanich Braves, a Junior B team in the Island Circuit. Chris is taking  a regular rotation with the senior goalie.  ��� Ongoing events musl be updated monthly  * We reserve lhe right lo edit submissions fatr brevity  ��� All submissions should refer lo non-profit events of  * Items will be listed three weeks prior lo the event.  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8  SC Peace Group meeting. 7:30 pm in Roberts  Creek Elem. library. NFB video "Toying with their  Future" discusses war games aimed al young  boys and sexist dolls and games aimed at young  girls. Everyone welcome.  TUESOAY, NOVEMBER 10  SC Home Support Society Hospice In-Service,  4:30 pm In St. Mary's boardroom.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12  Tetrahedron Ski Club general meeting, 7:30pm  In Roberts Creek Elem.Communlty Use Room.  Guest speaker: Bob Stewart from Coast Mountain  Sports. Everyone welcome.  Sechelt Branch Hospital Auxiliary meeting,  1:30 pm at St. Hilda's. Members: We need your  help for the bazaar.  Arthritis Sell-Help Management course, 10 am  - noon In Garibardl Health Unit, Gibsons. Session  two. Info: 886-9461 or 886-8124.  Arthritis Sell-Help Group, 1 - 3 pm , Garibaldi  Health Unit, Gibsons. Topic: Avoiding Christmas  stress. Info: 886-9461 or 866-8124. All welcome.  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13  Save the Children Fund of BC Craft Sale, all  day at Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt. Features hand-  knitted children's sweaters and gifts galore.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14  Royal Garage A Bake Sale, 10 am - 2 pm In  Chatelech gym, sponsored by Chatelech Music  Department.  Baha'i Potluck Dinner and Evening of Music lo  celebrate Unity In Diversity' week (Nov. 8 - 14),  5:30 pm in Wilson Creek Community Hall. Info:  885-3568.  Red Cross 'Child Safe' First end CPR course  for parents 9 am - 3 pm at PH Aquatic and  Fitness Centre. To register: 883-2612.  Fleetwood Meat Products ordere taken 9:30  am - 6 pm in Sunnycrest Mall, sponsored by  Gibsons Elementary Division #7. To phone orders  and for into: 886-9713.  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Gibsons Branch  Sth Annual Baxaar, 11 am - 3 pm In Gibsons  United Church Hall. Lunch available.  Autumn Luncheon and Bake Sale St. Mary's  Church, Gibsons 11 am - 2 pm.  Save the Children Fund of BC Craft Sale, all  day at Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt.  MONDAY, NOVEMBER IS  St Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Annual General  Meeting, 11 am at Sechelt Legion Hall.  SC Pro-Life mealing, 7:30 pm at SC Gospel  Church Hall, Davis Bay Rd. Into: 885-6141 or  885-5734  Canadian Cancer Society, SC Unit meeting, 1  pm at Regional Board ollice, Royal Terraces,  Sechelt. Public welcomed. Info: 885-9451.  Gibsons Buslneaa A Profaaslonal Women's  Club Craft Auction, Cedars Inn. cocktails 6 pm,  dinner 7 pm, auction to follow. Tickets: $15.  Donation ot craft or baked item appreciated.  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17  SC Buelneee A Prolessional Women's dinner  meeting, 6 pm al Coast Club Cafe, Sechelt.  Guest speaker: Nancy Wrenshall of Burnaby  Women's Correctional Institute. If you wish to  attend please call Siena, 665-5773.  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18  Catholic Women's League meeting, 7:30 pm at  Holy Family Parish Hall, Sechell.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21  Hunter Gallery's Third Annual Christmas Craft  Fair, 10:30 am ��� 3:30 pm in SI. Mary's Church  Hall, opposite curling rink, Gibsons. Unique gifts  by 28 top local crafts people.  Adapted Aquatics Workshop for parents and  teachers working wlfh Special Needs children in  the water, 9 am ��� 5 pm at PH Aquatic 4 Fitness  Cenlre. To register: 883-2612.  Fleetwood Meet Products orders taken 9:30  am - 6 pm In Trail Bay Mall, sponsored by  Gibsons Elementary Division #7. To phone orders  and for Inio: 886-9713.  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23  "Puttln' on the Glitz" Fashion Show al Illusions  Supper Club, with proceeds for bursaries and SC  Transition House. Doors open al 7 pm. Tickets  $15 (Include coffee, dessert and door prizes) al  Tzoonie Gift House, SC Insurance. Sole Feetures,  Axana-Dew Beauty Boutique, Illusions, or call  Patti, 883-2130..  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28  Gambler Island Christmas Craft Fair, 10 am - 4  pm at New Brighton. Hand-made crafts and tood.  Grand Sechelt Bazaar of the Sechelt Hospital  Auxiliary, 11 am ��� 2 pm al Ihe Sechell Indian  Band Had. Something lor everyone!  Legion Hall Christmas Bazaar L.A. to R.C.L.  ��� 10911 am to 1 pm  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER M,  Countryside Concerts with UBC Faculty Trio,  2:30 pm al Raven's Cry Theatre. To turn In tickets  or lo purchase singles, call 886-2324, 685-4402  or Raven's Cry day of concert, 885-4597.  MISCELLANEOUS  Scholastic Book Fair, new books for children,  Nov. 17, 18 & 19, noon - 1 pm and 2 - 5 pm al  Cedar Grove Elem. Everyone welcome.  Wanted: Kids to join the Swim Club at Pender  Harbour Aquatic Centre. Workouts Mon. and  Wed., 5:30 - 7pm. For info: 883-2612.  Fitness Classes, all kinds, all levels, at Pender  Harbour Aquatic and Fitness Centre, Mon. - Fri.  For info: 883-2612.  Parent Tot Drop In al the following locations  from 9:30 - 11:30am: Gibsons United Church  Hall, Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri.; Sechelt St. Hilda's  Hall, Tues.; Wilson Creek Community Hall,  Thurs. For Info call 885-5881.  Gibaona and Districl Public Library Is open  Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9:30-2:30;Thursdays  2:30-7:30; and Saturdays 9:30-2:30. For more  Information, call 886-2130  MONDAYS  Breakaway Parents Support Group. Is your  child acting out? Using substances? Do you need  a loving, accepting, 12-step support group? Join  us at 7:30pm, 607 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons. Call  886-2423. 42  Sunshine Choristers practise at 7pm in St  Hilda's Church, Sechelt. If you enjoy singing,  please join us. For Info call 885-4405. 42  TUESDAYS  Arthritis Salt-Management Program, October  27 - Dec. 1, 10:00 am - 12 noon in Garibaldi  Heallh Unit, 5571 Inlet Ave., Sechelt. For info.:  885-2677.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38: Exercise  Class, 11 am al Harmony Hall, for Info, call 886-  3544; Bridge starts 1 pm, for info call 886-7685.  WEDNESDAYS  Sunshine Toastmasters, 7:15 pm al Chatelech  Secondary, is cancelled Nov. 11 only In honour of  Remembrance Day.  Navy League Cadets for males & females 10 fo  13 years of age, 6:30pm In Gibsons Legion Hall.  Continuous registration year round. Uniforms provided. Call Marc, 886-7069.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38: Carpet  Bowling al Harmony Hall, 1:00 pm. Info: 886-  9271. 43  Children's Story Hour, 10 - 11 am at Wilson  Creek Hall, sponsored by WC Reading Centre  and WC/DB Community Assoc. Bring a snack.  Volunteers invited as readers, library helpers  and/or hosts Info: Hilda, 885-9863 or Relko, 885-  5264.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic al Coast Garibaldi Heallh  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7 to  9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment necessary. 885-7770. 42  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets afternoons 12:30-2:30pm. call 886-2692, and  evenings 6:30-8:00pm. call 886-7159, at the  United Church, Glassford Rd��� Gibsons.      42  Gibsons Pensioners branch #38. Bingo al  Harmony Hall, 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome. Info:  886-9906. 43  FRIDAYS  Gibsons United Church Thrift Shop, open 1 - 3  pm in basement at rear, off Truman Rd.  Gibsons Panalonara Branch #38 activities al  Harmony Hall: Painting for Seniors, 10:00 am;  Tai Chi at 2:30 pm; Cards at 7:00 pm. Info: 686-  2131. 43  SATURDAYS  Bridge, first and third Saturdays at SC Golf &  Country Club, 7:30 pm. $2.50/person, bring a  partner. Inio: 865-5426.  Chapman Creek Hatchery Toura, Weekly group  lours by appointment only. 4381 Parkway Rd. (off  Field Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-4136 42  bridge comer  ...  ���.    .,-....��� , , ,   ���  by Rudy Not/.l  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club winners Oct. 28 were: first, Pat  Ashby and Doris Housley, followed by Kate Webb and Patty  Phillips. On Nov. 2 were: first, Tom and Gerry Cross, and second,  Pat Ashby and Doris Housley.  Learn how to play bridge or how to play it better - Part IV - Major  Suits:  During Ihe auction, much of the bidding centres around trying to  find a major suit (heart or spade) 'fit' of eight or more cards in your  and partner's hands. Only if a major suit fit cannot be found does the  partnership look at playing in No Trump or one of the minor suits  (clubs or diamonds).  Why do we call them major? Because they earn more - a score of  30 for each trick so we only need four tricks to reach the bonus award  given for a score of 100 or more. The place to start looking for a  major suit fit with your partner is Ihe opening bid.  The modem system requires that you have at least five cards in  the major suit and at least 13 points (counting Ihe high cards and Ihe  lengths of suits) to open the bidding at one heart or one spade.  Should you be lucky enough to have Iwo five-card suits or more, the  rule Ls to open Ihe higher ranking suit first. To be continued.  Coming up: SCBC Charity Game, Monday, Nov. 16 at 7:30 pm at  the Senior Citizens' Hall, Sechelt. Reservations are recommended by  phoning 885-5552. (Last Monday we nearly had to put people to play  in the kilchen for lack of space in Ihe play area.) Bridge partners are  supplied.  Elphinstone  Secondary  -News���  Parent ��� TeaciSer Interviews:  Report Cards will be isiued Friday, November 13. Parenti  should call the school at 886-2204 for appointments to see  teachers during the parent-teacher interview dates of November  16-19. Parents are encouraged to bring their sons/daughters to  these interviews.  Elphi Students Excel at Capilano College Competition  In competitions against students from a variety of other high  schools from North and West Vancouver, Sunshine Coast ond  Squamish, Elphinstone students won First place as follows:  Janine Ferreira ��� Music, /Matt Chalmers/Rod Hickman - Political  Science  Congratulations! Winning this honour means these grade 12's  can take one of their courses free next year if they choose lo go  to Capilano College.  Future School Facilities .Meeting: Thurs., Nov. 12 - 7:00 pm  Come voice your opinions for senior high or junior secondary  or middle school. This is your opportunity.  - IMPORTANT -  GRADE 12 PARENTS MEETING TONIGHT AT 7:30 pm  AU PARENTS OF OR. 12'S Alii ENCOURAGED  TO ATTEND  ���i ��'  .  ;';"." ."'JU.'. fi Coast News, November 9, 1992  15  leisure  ____*  ..yBfrJ****'  Davis Bay, caught in a wintery moment  Joel Johnstone pholo  Sampling sounds in symphony of nature  by Keith Thirkell  In our western mode of thinking fall and winter are quite  often seen as the less desirable  periods of the solar cycle. Some  people are repulsed by the  prospect of shorter days and  colder weather, seeing the  appearance of withering trees  and decaying foliage as a sign of  mortality and darkness, a symbol of the unknown. Many find  the thought of another winter of  grey, or possibly frozen entrapment, frightening.  But each season has it's  meaning. This fact is never more  pronounced than in nature.  In northern climates, the fall  and winter are periods of adjustment. This is Ihe lime when  nature evaluates itself. Natyrar\.���  selection and genetic stability  are quite often determined in  these critical months.  In the Rocky Mountains, the  elk separate into herds of bulls  and cows. The bulls begin the  nil. Only the strongest will survive. On the Coast, the Stellar  sea lions return. They loo will  choose the genetically and physically strongest to reproduce; the  survival of the race depends on  Ihis selection. The salmon  return to their tributaries and  creeks following an instinct that  science can still only guess at.  Only those fish most able to  swim against the swollen currents will spawn, thus ensuring  the continuation of a process  lhat has unfolded for millennia.  It is a time of new beginnings. It is not surprising that  among ancient civilizations of  Europe, the Celts considered  Novemberl New Year's day.  If nature represents a sym  phony, then fall would be the  climax and winter would most  definitely be the Finale. One  could not witness this more  vividly than here on the Coast.  'The blundering  blach bear  meanders down to  tbe river bank'  The splashes of yellow in the  maples, the reds and browns of  the other deciduous trees, all  help augment the predominantly  green chorus of the West Coast  environment.  Soon the early morning frost  will add a new dimension as  sprinkles of crystalline white  blanket everything in an atmosphere of almost surreal divinity.  Dew and frost will highlight the  ground and trees the way cymbals and delicate percussion  instruments resonate through a  concert hall.  The blundering black bear  meanders down to the river bank  in search of salmon, reminiscent  of the timpani and base drum in  an orchestral movement.And no  time of the season seems to be  mote alive with ornithological  activity than the fall and winter.  The fall migration of millions of  sea birds engulfs the viewer like  the violin section of a spiralling  symphony. Suddenly the surface of the water is alive with  birds that may be seen only at  this time of year. On any local  saltchuck - Pender Harbour,  Malaspina Strait or Howe Sound  - migrating and wintering sea  birds such as Buffleheads, Scot-  ters. Coots, Goldeneyes,  Harlequin Ducks, Cormarants  and various Grebes abound.  In the dead of winter ihe local  forests may seem stagnant and  devoid of life, but take a closer  look. Even now in the waning  days of fall the shrubbery and  understorey foliage is alive with  small birds. At first glance the  bushes may seem dormant, but  patience is soon rewarded by the  discovery of a Wren or Ruby  Crowned Kinglet darting about.  These birds are extremely small,  not much bigger than humming  birds. Keep watching though,  the robin-like Varied Thrush or  Rufous Towhee might make a  fleeting appearance. As the  winter wears on, a backyard  birdfeeder is a great idea. During those coldest months birds  like the llmish. or occasionally  Ihe brightly colored Evening  Grossbeak, will gratefully  devour whatever seeds are  available to them, preferably  beyond Ihe cat's reach.  These graceful  birds are  almost as big  as Bald Eagles'  The piccolos and flutes of the  forests are the Nuthatches,  Creepers, Chicadees and J uncos,  which also appreciate seeds  provided for them in the winter  stillness. These birds can be  heard peeping and whistling  their presence in Ihe winter's  harmony.  This is the time of year when  numerous hawks travel by, some  staying all winter. For those  fortunate enough to glimpse a  Peregrine Falcon or Snowy Owl,  it is a pleasure lhat may come  only once in a lifetime.  Not forgetting the most  delightful year-round residents  of our environment, birds like  the Great Blue Heron can be  seen almost anywhere Ihere is a  good dilch, swamp or fishing  hole. These graceful birds are  almost as big as Bald Eagles  (which are also year-round residents), bul are far more solitary  in winter, shunning humans.  Herons are reminiscent of the  brass section as they bark their  disapproval when interrupted at  a favourite fishing spot. The  Belted Kingfisher is also a regular inhabitant of the Coast, frequently seen diving and darting  belween trees into the water.  A newly W-established year-  round resident is the Osprey,  sometimes seen hovering over  Ihe ocean or a lake, then plunging into the water to come up  with a fat fish grasped in its  talons. Of all the paraphernalia  associated with bird watching,  Ihe most essential is a good set  of binoculars. It also helps to  wear dull-coloured clothes to  camouflage the viewer.  Hiking, snow-shoeing or  skiing in the mountains will  enthral anyone with an appetite  for a sense of stillness and freshness. Keep and eye out for  tracks in the snow, especially  those stealthy animals, cougars  and bobcats.  Enjoy the sounds, sights and  wonders of the natural symphony this fall and winter, and  remember, we did not write the  music. We are merely Ihe audience, preferably a non-destructive and appreciative one.  Clearing way to art awareness  by Darah Hansen  Surrounded by paintings and  sculptures representing years of  work and experience, Sunshine  Coast artist Don Hopkins  opened the first of this season's  Art Conlact series at the Arts  Centre Wednesday night in hesitant, poetic form.  Jumping quickly from one  subject to another, Hopkins outlined the qualities he felt were  necessary in an artist and in the  art itself.  Among the human qualities  he listed: Ihe capacity to feel  emotion and the ability to  express it, the possession of  honesty and openness to look  within, the courage to follow  what comes and the tenacity to  keep at it.  In the art itself, he said, every  mark must be one of awareness  or else it's just "busy work,"  obscuring the sensation.  Important also is the presence of the image, not just the  image itself, that the artist's role  is really just to act as a "mediator between the viewer and the  universal spirit.  "Your role is not to direct  and impose but to stand aside  and listen until you are called,"  said Hopkins, adding "it doesn't  happen very often."  Turning the discussion to his  own work, Hopkins brought out  a series he'd painted while in  Jamaica last year. All abstract, a  rare style for Hopkins, they represented the artist's interpretation of a culture so different  from his own, one that offers  both danger and celebration.  The darkness of the people  and the politics is there in the  watercolour strokes of some -  the seashells, Ihe water, Ihe  colour of life comes through in  others.  He said he doesn't paint the  darker side very often, indeed,  the paintings on the walls of the  Centre show an artist who loves  his home, his garden. In oil, pastel, watercolour and through  sculpture Hopkins explores  nature, natural light and Coastal  life.  It's depicted in the flowering  cherry tree in the backyard, its  soft pink surrounded by bright  blue of a sunny sky; in rain and  wind, its petals driven from the  branch; and in pink on brown:  "something about the the blossom and the ground coming  close and disappearing together," Hopkins said.  Again, the feeling is there in  the tug boats; in the early morning fog enveloping the wharf; in  the quick sketches of his daughter as a young child; in the  smooth lines of the mahogany  sculpture of mother and child.  He said he often is surprised  by his work, coming back to it  after a period of time has  elapsed.  "It's quite startling," Hopkins  said, "sometimes you don't  know how you did it and you  could never do it again."  Don Hopkii  Remember our  feathered Friends  this winter...  See us for wild bird  seed & bird feeders  Fabulous Weekly Pet Food Specials  DOG&CATFOOD  Dry and Canned  ��� Science Diet  ���IAMS  ��� Techni- cal  ��� Nutra Max  ��� Purina  ' Wayne ��� Many More'  SMALL ANIMAL SUPPLIES  Rabbits Hamster Food  ��� Pet Accessories  Domestic Bird Seeds  ���Wild Bird Seed  ��� Shavings  ��� Kitty litter  Bucket-field's  DEALER  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  _,,-._   Pratt Rd.. Gibsons 886-7527   r Z, 1  W./iZ^     Mon.    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The society's Soundwaves  Chorus this year will feature SO  voices wilh pieces ranging from  Gounod's classic Sanctus, traditional carols, to lively spirilual  arrangements, including a version of Swing Low, Sweet  Chariot specially wrilien for ihis  concert by Roberts Creek musician Ken Dalgleish.  More than 30 instruments  comprise the Soundwaves  Orchestra. As well as accompanying Ihe chorus, the orchestra  is preparing feature pieces,  including Dvorak's Slavonic  Dances and the Overture from  Orpheus and the Underworld  with challenging solo highlights  Port Coquitlam teacher Sharon White puis West Sechelt students through their vocal paces in  preparation for Cholrfest at Chatelech. White came lo workshop students and leachers of all the elementary schools involved in choral work. Saturday evening's performance Included musk by the  Soundwaves, conducted by Lynn Vernon.  from violin, cello, oboe, clarinet  and bassoon.  The society has established a  new I 2-member ensemble  choral group this season, which  will debut with arrangements of  three traditional carols accom  panied by a small combo group.  The operatic numbers will  feature soprano Layle Kenyon  with arias from Puccini's Oianni  Schicchi and the Laughing Song  from Strauss' Die Fledermaus,  accompanied by the Sound-  JtK'l Johnstone pholo  waves Orchestra and Chorus.  Particularly exciting from the  community perspective is the  participation of Janice Brun-  son's 21 member children's  choir, the Choralations, in this  concert.  Booking off for hard times in the high timber  by Peler Trower  Good books on the West Coast logging  industry have always been hard lo come by,  and reliable histories of the business arc an  even scarcer commodity, Certainly there  have been books dealing wilh specific companies and a number of personal memoirs,  but these are necessarily limited in scope.  The only attempt al an overview was a woeful effort called Logging, published by I Ian  cock House back in the '70s. The author had  never so much as set a choker in his life and  the so-called 'history' abounds with fallacies  and inaccuracies.  Now, al long lasl, author Ken Drushka  has come up with a well-researched and  thoroughly engrossing chronicle of the risky  trade many of us toiled at in our youth. The  fact that Drushka has logged himself and  understands whereof he speaks makes all the  difference. Drushka's book, just out from  Harbour Publishing, is called Working in the  , Woods, a straighlforwaid y*kyy)^hi*ji��^..  was one. And Ihe author employs a straight  forward approach, stripping away the  romantic folderol that sometimes confuses  the logging myth.  Logging was - and is - a tough, dangerous  job and Drushka makes no attempt to soft-  pedal this aspect. He cites the pictures of  smiling loggers on sunny claims in old photographs as giving a falsely lighthearted picture of what really went on in the camps. As  one who has sometimes suffered the abuse  of surly hooktendcrs on rain-lashed sidehills,  I can certainly agree with him there. It  wasn't all fun and games.  Drushka takes the logical tack with this  book - he starts at the beginning. The initial  chapter, a general study of the terrain and  weather conditions that created the vast  coniferous rainforest, moves a bit slowly.  Once Drushka gets to the second chapter,  however, we are introduced to such pioneer  lumbermen as Jerry Rogers and Austin Cot*  trell and the narrative begins to motor right  e history of logging is a pretty sprawl  ing and complex subject for any writer to  tackle. As Drushka observes, it is impossible  to touch all the bases. He has simplified  things by dividing the book into chapters  such as The Railway Era and Postwar Conversions that focus specifically on these subjects. In his narrative, Drushka has chosen to  concentrate more on the logging methods  that developed over the years, rather than on  the free-spirited men who applied them.  Fortunately, he has leavened this rather  stark approach with a wealth of anecdotes  and vignettes in the form of sidebars. In  these oral history inserts, the loggers themselves are allowed to speak in their own  voices and tell it like it was. These factual  accounts, often ungrammatical but always  sincere, add a great deal of rough-hewn  charm to the book.  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Equipment Repairs  Steel * Stainless Steal * Aluminum  Sarvlng tha Font, Uartna art* CortattvcHon  Inmmtrta* on tha Sumhlna Coaat  SHOP & MOBILE  HOWARD LANO       886-3831       CIL. 8894431  Coast LRUP process alters  perspectives, on both sides  MARINE SERVICES  Iff you wt:r��: .i<l\/��'itisini| hur  you'd  lie  t��  .iiliiif) ;iliniit  yourself - And so would  uueryliotly Rise  MOON  RTERS  fishing ��� diving tours  cargo  transportation  & island service  tor reservations  please call Peter at  (604)8891981  cell: 1-230-8527  111 SHU  GIBSONS: 886*0225   SECHELT: 885*8422  s    %VlW^%Ui,0*ilil1rUu*MU*i ^  part 4 of a series  by Jane Seyd  Just what the Local Resource  Use Plan process for the Tetrahedron was supposed to be and  do, and what it has become in  over Iwo years since meetings  of the local committee group  first started is, if nothing else,  an interesting evolution.  "It's a kind of kicking post,  where people get to say what  they think without having to  resort to things which might be  unlawful or unethical," says  Paul Tingley, chairman of the  Integrated Use Coalition and  LRUP member.  When the public consultation  process was first started by the  Ministry of Forests over whal  should or should not be logged  in the area, Tingley says he got  involved because, "I didn't  think it was good for the community lo wind up in a situation  of conflict as has happened in  other communities throughout  the province."  That feeling is echoed by  Murray Cantelon, business manager of the local IWA and member of the LRUP committee:  "I'd sooner be sitting across a  ' table from somebody that dealing with them on a blockade."  "In the beginning,! was just  plain angry," says Tingley. "I  couldn't understand what all the  fuss was about. I thought these  people had just proceeded with  their demands without thinking  about the people who would be  affected. To me that was unacceptable...  "As time's gone by, I've  realized why they're asking  what they're asking and have  perhaps come to appreciate the  area in a different way  myself...although I still don'l  believe personally total preservation is going lo besl serve our  community."  For Tingley, involvement in  the Tetrahedron goes back at  least ten years. Over lhat time  he was one of the workers who  logged the area under three different companies, at least one of  them demonstrating practices  which he now terms "less than  professional as far as I'm concerned from a forest management perspective."  'What happens now  is another issue'  "It's easy to look back five  years from then and say they  shouldn't have done that..." says  Tingley. "I was there and I cut  the trees. It was my job lo do so.  If I hadn't done so, someone  else would have."  What happens now is another  issue.  For Linda Williams of the  Tuwanek Ratepayers Association, alleviating ugly public  conflicts over the Tetrahedron  was only part of the equation.  For her, the LRUP was also  supposed to be a source of factual information and a forum  where decisions would be based  on it.  "I thought I was going to be  given a chance to evaluate (the  Tetrahedron) with other members of the community and  determine the best use for an  area," she says."l didn't go into  it  thinking  I   had  all  the  5:30 14.0  9 10:40 10.4  MO   3:40 13.6  10:55 2.8  FRI TIME HT. FT.  12:45  8:20  1:40  6:05  1.8  15.3  11.1  13.2  6:10 14.5  10  11:25 10.6  TU    4:10 13.6  11:25 2.2  SAT TIME HT. FT.  1:25 2.0  14    9:05 15.4  SA    2:40 11.0  6:55 12.8  REFERENCE: Point Atklnaon  Pacific Standard Tlma  6:55    14.9  11   12:05    10.9  WE    4:45    13.5  SUN TIME HT. FT.  2:15 2.6  15    9:50 15.4  SU    3:40 10.6  7:55 12.1  12:05 1.9  12    7:35 15.1  TH  12:50 11.0  5:25 13.4  for SkooHumctiuck Narrowa add  Ihr. ��Omln pkia 8 mln lor ���ach tl ol rlaa  ���nd/mln.loftachn .otl��l.  Tide Tables Courtesy of  answers  When confrontation first  began over Ihe Edwards Lake  cutblock before the LRUP process started, Brad Benson of the  Tetrahedron Alliance says his  first reaction was along the lines  of "let's just cause a big stink."  "I never wanted to know  about Ihe forest industry," he  says. "I wanted to save an area  that's pretty."  Two and a half years later  he's found thai "it doesn't work  thai way."  Undermost LRU Ps, government ministries and agencies  make up the key players, with  broader public involvement  becoming an issue only al certain points in Ihe process. But  from the beginning, communily  groups such as the Tetrahedron  Alliance and the Tetrahedron  Ski Club have been very much  a part of the Tetrahedron LRUP.  While other LRUPs have  been concerned wilh visual  impacts of logging, in the Tetrahedron the whole hydra-headed  impact of timber harvesting - on  water, wildlife, recreation and  the local economy, just to name  a few topics - is up for discussion. '  Everyone agrees that's made  for an education.  "It's made for a lot of useful  information and a core group of  people who are actually educated on forestry issues," says Tingley. "I don't think anybody the  knew the information that's  been presented."  In many ways that process  has also been a personal one.  Says Cantelon: "We have way  more in common with environmentalists than we do with a  bunch of retirees coming in a  putting up glass condos..."  At the same time, he says,  "You can't take my house away  and my car away and my job  away and tell me 'nothing personal'."  For Iheir own part, those who  want to preserve the forest in  the Tetrahedron have often been  frustrated at both the economic  and geographical isolation from  a larger context involved in the  LRUP process."We tell people  they're out of a job and we have  no further lool lo mitigate thai,"  says Williams.  Al Ihe beginning lo the process, the lone of the meetings  was "tense - to put it mildly,"  says Tingley. These days "even  when we strongly disagree we  can slill walk up lo the person at  the end of Ihe meeting and have  a civil conversation."  Bul whether those conversations have resulted in any real  changes of posilion is another  slory.  CLIP & SAVE  IObcfgrrigs Scheduic  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Leave Langdale        Leave Horseshoe Bay  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Earls Cove Leave Saltery Bay  6:20 am     4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30        8:20 M  12:25 prnMrJ^K.'  On HAV H1 m ONLY Am tn ntn ��  l*_____tm_*mUl 11M pan. 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Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  _��� Gibsons &  m* Sechelt Offices  'EZ  VESTER INTERIORS  ��� Drafting Sarvmt  BILL 886-3463  BUILD VOUR FUTURE IN  HALFMOON BAY  1 '2 acre high, dry building site  Wonderful neighbourhood,  schools, paiks. etc Only $49,000'  Mary Sutherland 736-3441 Canada Trust 47w  LANGOaUE  by owner. 6 it* old 3 bdrm ranch-  er, 2 baths ��soaker tubs. Sunken  living room Vaulted ceiling, l/p.  2x6 const double garage 886  6344. $147,500 1,300 sq.ft. 1723  Jennssn. 47*  GIBSONS VIEW LOT  tat ���-��� cornei lol on prestigious  Oceanmouni Blvd Close lo all  amenities S68.000. Call Ron  Mubenig 581-8400 or 686-7616  Sutton Group Guildford Cenlre  p-.!> 47*  LOT FOR SALE  Lot 5 Vista Fiord Estates ove', j��-  ing lerry ties! me* on Coast 866-  5429  NATIONAL  NRS CIBSONS REALTY LTD.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  HmKB 16 mo.  1st  %M  2nd  lyr  2yr,  3yr.  Ayr,  7 SO     1.00    ISO    (.00    IM    ISO  1YL.  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TooUtetoClaaelfy  Monday E**��  At any of our convenient  Friendly  Hi People Places tm  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  I'entler Harbour Centre S83-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  II & J STORE S85-9435  In Roberts Creek  ROIIERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS 3 00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  |aa*|   5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Docksltk Pharmacy)  886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Dave Orr and hin great staff will help you place  your cbrasllkdn at AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Places In Pender Harbour.  1990 35' Terry fleson. that looks  as good as any "92 and worth  $16,500. i m looking tor land anth a  value anywhere Horn $16,500 to  $25,000. Any ideas? Call Ken at  81c   .1.866-0399    49w  two view lots lot sale hy owne-  Tuwansk area. 8850285.  M7W  3 Odirn 2 level nouse. 240ft.>85h.  lot 30.15 woikshop Madeira  Park $86,000. B74-2213     46w  1560 sq tt. 3 bdrm rancher 3 yrs  old W Sechelt close to comer  store anc school. 2 beths. LR, FR.  2 cai garage/opener and lenced  Backyard $144,900. 8654421 No  Agenls Please 46w  tor sale - Ocean Mount Gibsons  level lot 119X1*3' My serviced,  ready lo build Call ownei 886  7550 $64,000. 46cn  No down payment 3 bdim house  with 2 bdrm basernent suite, Gibsons $139,000 866-9245   45cn  Gibsons: 3 bdrm townhouse  upper Gibsons. Includes 5 appl.,  end unit wilh big yard. $99,500.  8864064 45w  SHAW ROAD  iiiOOsq ti. 3 bdrm deluxe finishing  3 piece ensuite overlooking golf  course 886-0288 45w  Nice home, 1/3 acre with 1/50  shate ot lot x moorage, near BIJ  store. Has 2 bdims up and 1 down.  Bsmt nearly completed with kitchenette, 2nd bathroom, rec room  and storage. Trent and Debbie  8854191. 45cn  LOT WANTED  For retirement house, approx. 1/2  acre, some Irees. Redrooffs to  Gibsons. Call Don 987-9117 (Van.)  collect after 6 pm. I45W  Wanted - mobile on latge lot,  Roberts Creek to Gibsons. 885-  6395. #45W  Thinking ol galling?  Wanted, small acreage with house  (preferably newer), Robeils Creek  to Davis Bay area. Not on highway. 885-7778 45cn  752 Hwy. 101,50x268 lot, 3 bdrni.  older house, $165,000.886-9049  ss  ILLUSION  ���f  iirusneRestaurarthas-iJ  recites lor large or snail  gran* Banquet o<  a*-canemenjavara*aae  For more atoimatai cal  8B5O90P  Cameo Singles Club - dinners,  dancing, hiking, crib. 885-9968.  886-7054. 146W  Sunshine Coast gay and lesbian  group invites new members. For  inlormation write Box 381. c/o  Coasl News, Box 460, Gibsons,  BC VON IVO. M5W  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  5686 Oowrla St.. Box 1219  SaacftaW, BC, VON 3A0  ���a*raV��11FAXa*aS-2tMe  Van. Toll Fraa M44016  Lasquetl Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard,  1400 sq. tl. home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5935. ss  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redrooffs,  controlled subdivision, $49,500.1-  228-9680. SS  48' x 330' of prime low bank waterfront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fixed up for  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2).  Double gaiage plus storage shed.  $169,500. Phone Jennifer 1-689-  7070. ss  PAJOR: Passed away Nov. 5,  1992, Steve Pajot, late of Sechelt,  age 71 years. Survived by his children: Sharon Olson, Stan Pajor,  Barbara Newman, Jenny Smith,  Steven Pajor. Adam Pajor, and  Johnnie Pajor: 10 grandchildren; 3  great-grandchildren; 2 sisters:  Helen Davies and Marguerite  Priestly; and his mother, Bess  Pajor. Memorial Service Mon. Nov.  9 at 11 am in the chapel ot Devlin  Funeral Home, Gibsons. Cremation. Remembrance donations may  be made to the BC Lung Association. 45cn  Cheng: Passed away Nov. 3,  1992, Vera Catherine Bennett  Cheng, late of Gibsons, age 73  years. Survived by 1 daughter,  Barbara Hopkins, of Gibsons; 2  sons: Ronald Bennett, of Sechelt,  Donald Bennett, of Langley, and 6  grandchildren. No service by  request. Private cremation  arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers,  remembrance donations may be  made to the Sunshine Coast  SPCA. 45cn  WOMEN  NURTURE YOURSELF. ELLEN  BESSO, TRAGER BODYWORK.  1/2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE. 886-  8864 47w  ���SIMZIUflN-TMKS  Exclusive Imports from  South America  Detailed Stone Sculptural  WokI Carving*. & H.mki  Silver. CtyalalJtGcml  Raw Stona (Qitarii, tie.)  Afp-tr & AmetlivM (k-rxkl  Obellllu It Spheres on  Viittdiw Rorki  Fotblwd Apiic CoMtsr  l.<*.k Kml Seta  Exquisite < 'lav Amazon Pottery  &aWr  hll.ilieu Hours: Wtti. 1 ��� 4 pin  Thim,Fri ".Sat loam - 4 |ara  6)79 Noma Rd. (off Maaoi. Rd.)  WnlSavchll- 985-5178  Virtues Workshop: supporting  parents in bringing out the besl in  eveiy child, Sundays, Nov. 22 and  29, 9-4 pm. Call Shawani Campbell 885-3568 47w  Look Who's Leull  Happy Birthday   ION  HAIR STUDIO  1444 Gower Point Rd. 888-7911.  Service for Family Hair Care 47cn  has a Urge selection of  Fall *y Winter  Clothing  Come check us out!  886-0146  Enter beside Mary's Variety  or from Molly's Lane,  Gibaona Landing  Conaignmcnla Welcome  Adult childien ol Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 686-  3849 or 885-4622 for help.  NC  DYDEE'S DIAPERS  new to the Sunshine Coast! 100%  cotton flannelette (liners included)  diapers with velcro closures. 3  sizes available. Ideal shower and  baby gifts. Call Judy 885-3412.  ���46W  We would ike to thank everyone  fot their thoughts, cards, flowers,  condolences, offers of help and  donations to charities during the illness and passing ol our wife and  mother Clara. Thanks also to the  nurses and staff at St Mary's ICU  for that caie during her stay there.  Your kindness will never be forgotten. Frank Lee and family.  45cn  I would like to thank all my friends  who sent flowers and prayers and  cards for the loss of my Mom.  Josie Rinaldis and family. #45cn  Rosemarie's  Boutique  Sole  on ��U Ltkjh Morgan  POTTERY SALE  Handcrafted stoneware by Elaine  Futterman and Mike Allegretti.  Creek Clayworks studio open  nouse. Sat and Sun.. Nm 21 and  22. 10 am to 4 pm. 1738 Lockyer  Ra . Roberts Cieek. Phone 885-  2395 tot mloimation or directions.  46w  BROOKS (MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD  Benjamin Moore Paints  FnviTOranwail  I neti.lv I'm*,  n/UCutea-ao/  ,�������  thelle.,b,m  kmm***. rtrmn I  BUI Wood  SCCHEIT  A Bus 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  Hospital Auxiliary Gibsons Branch  5th Annual Bazaar Gibsons United Church Hall. Sat. Nov. 14,11  am - 3 pm. Lunch will be available  Everyone welcome. There's something tor everyone 45w  VIRGINIA  REYNOLDS!  Firtcally it's your turn!  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  CaH the Sunshine Coast Transition  House tot confidential 24 hr. service. 885-2944. TFN  representing  Vlalt our trtowroom  a warahouM  5831 Wharf Rd.  863-7171  Professional Skate  Sharpening and Repair at  Trail Bay Sports  Drop-Otta  Pander Harbour ��� Sechelt Shall  SachaN* Trail Bay Sporta  Gibsons * Frontrunnan  (Qibaans Paik nazal  RockerkiQ  Your llie is in your hands. Palmistry and l-Chlng readings by  Dometria. By appointments only  885-3261. 45cn  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886*7033  Cotton i Wool Sweaters  Marina Wool Fashions  Nylon, Cotton Lined  Ladies'and Men's  Spoils Suits  Leather Belts  Opm Tues ��� TTiure.  11:00 *m-5:00 pm  Anytime by appointment  6JJS Neman float/,  W**tS*ctmrf 885-5821  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 686-2565. NC  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOU.'  865-7883,24 hour line.      TFN  Perlect winier protect' Completed  motoVpians -16 fl. row boat to be  built with cedar strips. Finished  boat can be seen. S250. 885-  7227. aM7W  One very Inendly black crow, 1  wing stghty askew Mapi reward  ottered. 885-5997 45w  Missing > Small tabby, one year  old. urmeut male trom Reed Rd.  area. Black and tan-striped with  while infer chin, tour white paws.  'Decaf is desperately missed and a  reward is ottered 886-7689 or  684-5223 exl 393 S47W  171 cedar snip flat bottom canoe in  Garden Bay area. Please phone  883-9435 46cn  Ladies' gold watch: on the Langdale Ferry Fn. Oct 23. Reward.  CallJean 885-5429 46w  Black floating lantern in  Sechelt Mon,, Nov. 2. Phone 885-  5523 ��45cn  nSCNMNATINC  TRAVELLERS!  Expect more man Sunshine Irom  your next tnp? Unsure how to get  what you want? For expert help  phone Chris. GREAT CIRCLE  TRAVEL CONSULTANTS. 885-  8933. Itinerary Planning Specialists.  We ennch your Overseas Tup with  a Customized itinerary. You claim  a FULL REFUND ol our $40 lee  when you book tne Irip at Elite  Travel, 886-3361.  Phone lor our flyer of personali'ed  services: Great Circle Ciusetours:  Home Visits in Europe. Australia.  New Zealand, Caribbean, many  more cultural programs and our  TRAVEL VALUE PLAN    47w  Cruise Ihe Caribbean and party  with 3 ot the Blue Jays. Dec. 5. 1  week trom $l639/person Limned  space. Call Bill of Incentive Travel,  885-5984 or 1-921-8131   4601  7 1/2 cubic ft. treefflr, 2 yrs. old,  $270.8864826. ��45W  G E. American talisman itove  above and below, gd. cond.. $200  OBO 885-4804. I45W  Pnvate. secluded spot for my trailer and 1.686-0996 47cn  African Pigmy Goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990 ss  Registered male Border Collie  pups. Ready early Dec. $300.  Construction work raingeat; single  bed; children's swing set, toy box.  886-3056. t45cn  TUFF-BOX  tor small size PU, must be in good  shape and lockatxe. 886-8934.  TFNs  Canopy lot S-15 iruck, 5'x75\ 886-  0928. ��46w  Registered Romni Ram. Great   Wanted: bunkbeds, call Jaynie.  fleece. $150.885-3506       ss      885-3276. I45W  Buckskin mare 14 HH. Western  trained $800.885-7227     45w  16' all-purpose English saddle,  good cond., $395.886-2049.I47W  Registered miniature Dachshund,  lem, 10 weeks. 885- 96<iO.#46W  Photographer requires cow with  full udder for photo. Will consider  goat. Leave message at 886-2622.  Trailer suitable for 1 person, lo  occupy Ocl. thru Dec. 886-9563  6-track tape convener. 886-4996.  HaylHay! Hay!  Vandervoen  FOOT MASSAGE  Cerlified reflexologist. Please  phone for appoint. 885-5512 or  886-9234 45w  Le*��li-��*iaW Aerobics  Every Mon and Tues. 9:30-10:30  am Jolly Roger until Dec. t. Drop  In! For information call Cheryl 885-  4146 or Rhonda 885-0140   45w  ��� ������ ���**��� ������*   -  Nov. 21st  ^To pre-order phono  Marg Bennett  883-2742  Jeanine Ellingham 885-8868  or  Vanderveen's at  \mmWm  Mini dashund, red smooth male, 2  yrs. old, exc. with children and  pets, $200. 886-9595.     #45W  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then i Now Furniture, CM campei trailer frame, good for  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886- utility trailer, you haul. 885-3720.  4716orMartee Fashions.    NC TFNs  Help reduce the pet over-popula-   Cast Iron Wood Heater. 686-9890  lion problem - spay or neuter your 45w  pet. NC  GUITAR LESSONS  Classical thru lo jazz. Beginners  thru to intermediate. Michael Bloch  888-9747 4701  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  Kea Dalgleish  886-2843  #  Moving Sale  Nov. 11,12:30-3 pm. Nov. 14 and  15,10-3 pm. 521 South Fletcher  (garage in alley) Baby and house  items. 45cn  The Harrisons are having a 'Jumble Sale'. Nov. 14, 9 am -1 pm,  4845 Bluegiouse Drive, Davis Bay.  45cn  TASTEBUD RECIPES  From our kitchen to yours. Five  economical, nutritious kid-tested  recipes. Pis. send $2 in a SASE  envelope to Box 1674, Gibsons.  I46w  18 Barter  and trade  CONVIRTINO  TO OAST  GE, Jem-Air,  MookChefA  Caloric  GAS RANGES  oil available at  SICNUT  Sunihinc Coajf Hwy,  Sechelt  885 5756  Twin size box spring, mattress.  Excel cond $150.885-4599 4701  GREAT BUY  Cheslerlield, chair and loveseat,  recliner, kitchen table with chairs,  coflee lable and dresser, patio set.  All in excellenl shape. $600. 886-  7323 48cn  Oak dining room suite, 6 chairs,  china cabinet. Beautiful condition  $2000.886-7323 4Bcn  USED FURNITURE FOR SALE    |  Ilems reduced by 10 % every 14  days. Dishwasher $225: overhead  range (gas) $395; kitchen table  and 4 chairs $100 and $40; couch  $65: couch, chair, ottoman $250  sel; rectangular coffee table and 2  end tables $125 set; various sitting  chairs $45 and up; teak wall unit  $225; 5 drawer desk $125; manual  lyperwriler with table $50; queen  size waterbed complete $125; bedroom dresser $50; cast iron bar  stools $45 each, set of 6. On display al 1023 Venture Way Gibsons. Call Jack 886-0225 (days)  CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME  46w  Large contemporary style couch  and loveseat. New condition $325  O.B.O. 885-3285 47cn  French Provincial dining room  suite, 6 chairs, buffet, new cond.  $1900.885-7616 46cn  Steel tubular bunk beds, c/w  matching bookcase, heavy duty,  exc. quality, versatile layout  arrangement, red, as new, $475;  dining table, 7' solid carved rosewood, 2 leaves, 8 chairs, btand  new, top quality, absolutely beautiful, complete sacrifice, $3,000.  Leave message at 885-7827.M7W  Bailis Rock Maple end table wilh  drawer, $275 OBO. 885-0988.   "  #47W-'  Large traditional walnut d/r suite  $1500. Round mahogany coffee  table $100.886-3234      46cn  Walnut and leather chairs, $20 4  $30 ea. Mirrored narawood  wardrobe, $200; chest '0' drawers,  $80; mirrored marble hallstand,  $100 686-3029. I46W  Newly recovered, used sofa in floral tapestry, $249. Kem's Home  Furnishings. TFN  Couch and Love seat excellent  condition $700 O.B.O. 686X3317  45w  Kenmore FF Fridge 16 cu.lt. $275.  Shell unit oak veneer $50. China  Cabinet and hutch $400.885-2675  45w  Couch, loveseat and chair, gold  and rusts floral design $295.  Queen size and supersingle  walerbeds with bookcase headboards $100 each 886-321145wr  Solid walnut D/R suite. Exc. Cond.  $625 O.B.O. 886*3461      45w  Gold velour hide-a-bed $300, teak  desk $350 and much more. Also  selection of toddler items. 885-  4490. 45cn  New couch, love seat and swivel  rocker, dark blue. $850.8850188  Men  WOW  ,:y.m....g^ CaJaaTatWJ  SPARKLE  CAR CLEAN  886-03S5  WASH & VACUUM  onlyW  Plus: Engine Pressure wash  Waxing  Interior Shampoo  Auto Detailing  622 Hough M.oH Hwy 111  GiblOiu   COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  We play the music you want to  heat. To book your Dance Music  call 884-5430 4901  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles,  levels and applied theory. First lesson tree. Beginners welcome.  Avail, days and eves. Steve 886-  2385. D47W  PIANO TUNING  For setvice and repair call Sun.  shine Piano 865-3168    47cn  350 Chev eng compression tested.  Swap fpr cash or high performance  parts. 886-7227 TFN  1969 Buick GS California ��'s  match 350 Auto, Nds bodywork  otherwise mint. Swap lor best 4X4  vaive $2000.886-7227       TFN  CHICHAKO RANCH  Gourmet honeys, vinegars, and jellies make greal gilts - housewarm-  ing, birthday, Christmas  for yourself.  886-7859  46cn  Fresh Salmon $.60 lbs. Phone  Tim. 885-4816 47w  Mixed seasoned lirewood  $90/cord. Split and delivered. Also  dry kindling. 883-9382        47w  Pfaff - Tipmafic 1037, sewing  machine, 48 programs, extra  attachments, even feed, pin tuck,  single hole plate. Excellent condition $300. Phone evenings 885-  2663 47w  Fisher airtight insert, $350 O.B.O.  886-2757 eves. 47w  We buy beer bottles and beer  Leam to scuba dive. Prrtessional 2 new BF Goodrich, low profile TA  cans, paying 80 ��/doz. 8868039.     instructors. Fun Padi Certtficataon.   t*-*n>, ike new $1350-883-2329   Westinghouse 30'range (while),   radiais. P12 S60 R14 $150, with 4  TFN      Ssasport Scuba. 885-9830 TFN ss     90-cono-,$1M.886-2417.i45W      bolt mags $185.8809372   47w  F10 Galanti electric organ $100.  885-7007 4501  Kenmore washer/dryer white,  working cond. 686-4733 alter 6  pm. 47cn  Top of the line Maytag dishwasher,  paid $1000, make me an offer.  886-3592. t47W  18 cu. tt. fridge, no freezer, $350  washer, new pump, clutch , $200;  elec. stove, new cond., $200.885-  8395. D45W  al Coast News, November 9, 1992  21  Take Advantage of oar New Classified Ad Special  Ran yoar classified ad 6 times,   a  and pay for only 2 times f ts?  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Good 14* cckxjr TV with convener  only SB5, new VCR plus $80  includes betaenes. 886-2727 47w  ROVAL ALBERT CHINA  wd  ROYAL 0OULT0N FIGURINES  at competitive prices.  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWME  885-2171  Honda pressure washer, 3,000 psi,  100 yd. hose, 3 tips. Like new.  $1500. Piopane conv. for p/u  truck, complete S600.885-8969  47cn  Technics speakers $i50/pr. Sherwood amp $100. Steteo cabinet  S75.8W0386 47cn  Oueen size waterbed w/padded  bookshell headboaid, 6 drawers.  885-5458 47cn  2 Stanley garage dooi openers  $200. 2 yr old gas h/w tank $50.  Portable d/w $50.886-8271  I47cn  iiiMLi  SUNCO  -m  Dooa. / Winrtowa / lighting  Plumbing / Kitthan & Soltiroom  Fi.tu'.a.lc .  WOT OM SlOff OtCAU  ���������-���������*  3633 Wharl Rd.. Saachalt  aECYCLE __ SAVE  Pioneer P62 chainsaw, excel,  cond.    $450,    Hitachi    HD  jointer/planer. Offers. 885-5846  ��47cn  SKIS 1989 ELAN  895 FAS 190 cm includes  Solomon 547 binding all excel.  cond. $100 OBO. John 885-2319  I47cn  MOVING:  Rototiller, Ireezer, $75. Misc.  shelving, tods, etc. 886-32514701  TOPSOIL  Sand, gravel, fill, reasonable rates.  Doug 885-5070 47cn  2 Michelin stud radiais 205-15  XM+S tubeless/rims. $15 OPR.  886-7575 46w  Troy built rototiller horse mod. New  5.5 hp Honda motor $800. Pioneer  chainsaw mod P4i, 28' blade  $300. Cement mixer elec. molor  $175,885-2285 46w  Firewood lot sale, $95 per cord.  Call Kreg 886-2238 46w  FIR BEAMS  and rough lumber. 683-2663 after  6pm 46w  Four aluminum BMW 735 wheel  rims, never used. Yamaha 650,  Twins motorcycle engine. Needs  some work. $100.883-2512 46-n  Oil furnace, 123,000 BTU's, excellent working condition. $200  O.B.0.885-4804 45w  Girl's skates, sz. 13, like new, $30.  Wood lathe on cast iron stand, all  cutting tools and bowl attach ind.,  $250.886-3700. D47W  Boy's car-bed for sale, new. 686-  8825 att. 5pm. M7W  Infant cat seat, baby cradle. 886-  3554. #47W  Pecan dining table, 8 chairs, $900;  stainless sink, 20' sz., single lever  faucet and hose, $40; alum, extension ladder, 20', $35; treadmill,  $100,886-2438. ��47W  '92 Rocky Mtn. Fusion bicycle with  deore XT, DX, LX components, 6  mos. old, exc. cond, 886-2738.  #45cn  Beautiful 8X10 hand-carved oriental area carpet $950; Jinny Lind  baby crib and mattress $75; baby  stroller $40; musical mobile crib  toy $20; New 30* bi-lokf lowered  door $50; 2 sets Downhill skis,  poles and boots, size 6-9, excellent cond. $60 each sel. 885-0876  01685-4660 46cn  Latge F/P insert $250 - 2 display  boards 4X8 steel frame and legs  $20 each. 885-4422 46w  Press and crushet for wine making  883-2353 46cn  Rockwell Beaver 36', motor, metal  stand and 5 new knives, $350.1)0  Citation, 46,000 miles, $1500.  Good running cond. BBS-740946cn  Boat House suitable for 36 tt boat.  883-9855 ��w  Steamer trunk, hardwood kitchen  table, 42x30, each $60.886-9746  45w  Dewalt Radial-arm saw; 8' table  $350; 5' leather padded bar; 10*  skilsaw; Paymaster cheque writer.  886-9890 ��w_  Ladys emerak) and diamond ring;  1 sapphire and diamond ring,  recently appraised. 886-7896.  M7W  Hercus screw cutting lathe 11'  swing, 30' centres. Quick change  gearbox and more, $4,000.885-  0744. ff47W  Singer cabinet sewing machine,  like new, $125 OBO. Temp, service pole (electnc), $95 complete.  883-1137. S47W  IT CAN HAPPEN  The Trail Bay Project: a community waterfront park in the heart ol  Sechelt. Memberships $10.-  Books and Stutt, Trail Bay Mall.  Inlormation 685-2339        45w  Antique rolltop desk (not oak) 883-  2661 45cn  Belmont upnghl piano, $1200;  older console RCA TV, $200;  luiqc.se vinyl sola bed, $75. 886-  2952. M5W  Bausch t Lomb Discoverer telescope, 15x60 Zoom, as new, professional tripod, $400 OBO. 885  9282. M5W  Duncan (leacher) kiln, $450;  small Olympic kiln, $250: both exc.  work, cond., lurniture md. 50 gallon stainless steel day mixer, with  motor, $250.686-9595.   M5W  Friendly plastic, 15c ea, ceramic  glazes, $150 ea. Halo gold, platinum, copper, mother ol pearl, $5  ea. Prices below wholesale. 886-  9595. D45W  Video cam-corder Pentax, 8 mm  comp. with accessories, one and  two hour batteries, new $2100,  asking $850.885-2686 evesJ47W  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  Try a  Classified Ad  offering a  Career Move.  We'll run  your ad in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRITT  ...ond WO more  B.C. & Yukon  community  newspapers  All for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000  readers  If you're  BUYING,  SELLING or  simply  TELLING,  it pays  to spread  the word.  Two Knaack tool boxes, Makita  10' cut-off saw; Makita 10' lable  saw; air compressor, 1 1/2 HP;  Senco nailer. 885-7827 leave message ��47W  1973 GMC camper special tor  pads, $500 or oilers; Ninlendo,  $75; games. $25; red fridge, $50  or offers. 885-3876.       M7W  Tandem all sleel trailer, 6x12, elec.  brakes, $1200 OBO. 886-9770.  I47W  Firewood, 8 to 12' pieces, seasoned, $45 pickup load, delivered  Gibsons. 886-7774.       *46W  Quality evergreen hedging, reasonably priced. Free Sunshine  Coast delivery. 1-263-5054.t46W  LEE FOREST PRODUCTS  High quality seasoned alder firewood, $95/cord plus delivery. 885-  4814, cellular 1-250-2665.H46W  Lazyboy chair, nice shape $100.  Full head mount black beer skin. 8  HP Sears roto-tiller, moose rack,  large 1385-4639 46cn  Suede jacket, large size. New,  $250 O.B.O. Garetex winter jacket,  paid $500, sell $200 O.B.O. Jeff  885-9600. 46cn  Remote control airplane and helicopters complete with radios,  accessories. 885-3374  46cn  Bondex plaster ol paris, 22 Ib.  bags, $5 each. 886-9595. M5W  HONEY  Local unpasteurized, by the bucket, or 1 kg. tub. 886-2127. ��45W  I960 Chev Citation V6 std. 1980  Chev Citation 4 cyl. auto., wrecking 1980 Chev Citation V6 auto. 2  dr., 4 tjres on wheels lo fit Datsun  p/up, 4 tires on wheels to lit Datsun 210 sedan, 305 Chev VB,  Fibreglass canopy for small truck.  12 aim. boat needs some woik.  883-9671 eves. 46cn  Satellite dish and all necessary  equipment. 886-9851.     I45W  8 aluminum windows, 2 lt.x2lt. to  12x5' plus Storm door. 885-4804.  #45W  9' table saw/stand $150. 8'  portable table saw $150. Router  table $35.686-3792       45cn  BARGAINS!  9-1/2 cu. tt. G.E. fridge $50. 30'  Moffat stove $80. Sp. On. washer  $50. Hoover I10v dryer $50.  Brass/glass display unit and table,  cost $1500, sacrifice $300. 886-  8576. 45cn  Norco Bush Pilot bicycle, 21 sp.,  22' wheel, mint cond. no extras,  $200 OBO. Phone 885-3301,5-7  pm. I45W  Stereo system, amplifier, turntable,  radio, EO speakers $80.685-4098  John 45cn  SOLID PINE SHELVES  4 shelves and hardware. 12' deep,  31-1/2' wide, 64' tall. Only $20  each. 865-3655 45cn  Front bench seat tor 1992 Blazer  S-10. Best offer 865-2342 45cn  SEASONED FIREWOOD  Split, delivered  Gibsons $100 cord  SecheK $130 cord  886-0110  4501  5 pee. sectional black/  brown/rust/gold contemporary  design. $400. 886-9738 or 886-  9752 45cn  Seamstress and home sewers -  tired of limited selection? Natural  fibres, better synthetics, hundreds  of fabrics to choose Irom In your  own home. Service and quality  guaranteed. Gina 885-0998. ��46w  Waterbed and chesl ol drawers,  $150; standard sz. bathtub, bone,  $50; Bundy clarinet, $150. 886-  7395. ��46w  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 885-9969.     TFN  Wool mattress cover $60. 885-  5125 ss  Super-8 or regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod and light, $125.886-9420,  TFN  GOOD HAY  $5.0(VBaleDelivsred  Straw W.OOVbala  Call Between 12-1pm  KM357  TFN  Sewer rodding machine x trailer 3  tip engine, 8 bits up to 10*. Excellent condition. $450 885-9068.  ss  Airco Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 885-5276 SS  Grow Great garlic. Get ready for  fall planting of large organic garlic.  One pack 20 cloves. ($5.00) incl  postage Jplanting instructions.  Send to Organic Cteek Farm,  RRI2, S20, C-14, Gibsons, BC,  V0N1V0. TFNs  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 886-8204. SS  Parker + Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Martin 444s Winchester,  Oueen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5467. sa  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, ergonomic  design grip belt, $850 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  8844240   TFN  CEDAR SHAKES 5 LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 885-5669  ot8B5-5601. TFN  22 Hcnvy  Equipment  1977 JD 410 backhoe, good working condition, $10,800 OBO. 886-  7372 or 885-5730. SS  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-2503  ss  1967 Chevetle 250 st.6 aulo. great  cond. $1700.886-7859       47w  1982 Mercury Zephyr Very reliable 6 cyl, auto, $795 886-9372  ss  1982 Nissan Sentra httaVsunroot/4  spd. $1200 O.B.O 886-3735 47w  1980 VW Rabbit, Diesel rebuilt  engine $1800 O.B.O. 8850331 or  885-1951 after 5 pm 47w  Classic 1978 Pontiac Firebird. One  owner. VB aulo, new tires $700.  8888705 47cn  '85 Tunsmo 2.2L. 5 sp. $1195.  886-9034 47oi  1991 Mazda 323, 5 spd., 27.000  kms, am/lm cassette. $6900 686-  3250 47cn  76 Trans Am, 400 big block, auto.,  elec windows, $899 OBO. 886-  9500 anytime, tin  '78 Olds Delta 88, 350 auto,  loaded, new rear tires, exc. cond.  886-9500 anytime. ttn  Dune buggy, street legal, exc.  cond. inside and oul, tuns exc,  lots of new parts, full top. One ol a  kind. $3200 OBO. 886-7237 47cn  KT-BIRD  1986 Ford Thunderbird, p/b, p/s,  air, sunrool, low mileage, very  dean car. $5700 OBO. 886-0971  after 7 pm. tins  1967 Ambassador, 84,000 original  miles. Excel, cond., p/b, p/s. $500  OBO. 885-5597 47cn  1980 Buick Century, excellent condition. $950 O.B.0.886-852646W  1980 Mustang, tunning condition,  needs work. $200.883-2952 46*  1987 Honda Accord 5 spd, air, 2nd  set of tires and rims. Greet cond.  Full service records. $7999. 886-  2810 46w  1981 Chevy Impale 4 dr sdn.  Small V8, 4.4L. New fires, completely tuned up in exc. cond.  $1750 O.B.O. 686-9500 anytime.  TFN  1978 Buick Regal 2 dr coupe,  leaded, exc. cond. $2200 686-,  0118 "'������4601/  '79 Firebird, good rubber, needs  engine. $500.685-4643.    ��46w  Wanted to buy ��� parts for 1983  Chevetle, 4 dr., also need 13 tires.  Phone after 5pm B86-B039.  ��47W  1978 Ford Pinto, auto., new  brakes, $800.883-1118.   ��47W  '86 Hyundi Pony, 1 owner, $800  OBO; 71 VW van, 20,000 kms, on  rebuilt, $800.886-7972.     #47W  1986 Mercury 2 door sedan.  Excellent condition $5500. 883-  2512 46cn  Good Transportation. 1978 Buick  LeSabre, $850. 1979 Pontiac  Parisienne SW, $1200.885-9648  46w  1987 ted Chev Sprint, exc cond.  $2500 O.B.0.885-7930     46cn  1985 Renault Fuego, needs new  exhaust and brake lines. New low  profile front tires. Lots of new  parts. Only $500.886-0085 46cn  1989 Ford Escort LX 2 dr, 5 spd,  am/lm, a/c, 2 yr wan. 50,000 kms  $6700 O.B.O. 885-6226     46cn  1979 Olds Cutlass, all new running  gear, $3000.885-3374  46cn  1980 Citation LE 2 dr sdn, 4 cyl  std. Looks, runs excellent. PS, pb,  Rally package, new paint, 6 tires.  Priced right - $900. 866-722746cn  1981 Audi 5000, needs work, take  as is, offers? 886-3071       46w  1980 Toyola Tetcel greal Utile  commuter car. $1100 O.B.O. 886-  8204 45w  198594,000 kms $1100  Chev Citation II V6, auto, w/OD,  ps, pb, 4 dr, lift back. Priced right.  Please phone 886-7227     45cn  1980 Sunbird $495. No rust, 6 cyt,  auto., 99,500 kms. Good motor,  tires etc. 686-7227 45cn  1977 Capri V6 STD, new tires,  sunrool, nice int and body. $477  cash. 686-7227 45cn  1988 Jetta Slalom, loaded, 50,000  kms., show rm. cond., $9500 OB  0.886-8522. 14701  1979 Malibu SW, 267 Bcyl auto,  ps, pb, tilt, nice family car. $975  0.80.886-7227 45cn  '85 Pony, 4 dr. hatch back, like  new, supei clean. 15,000 miles,  AM/FM cassette, blue with gray  interior. One owner, under cover  since new. Asking $2,400. 686-  4886. 4501  . CONSIGNMENT.  WANTED  If you wont your  vehicle MM  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  ���.645   Whor. Rd.   S.chrll  883-4004  1986 Mercury Topaz - loaded,  runs exc, meticulous maintenance, super clean, 160,000 km  $3200 OBO. 886-4926       45cn  M TRANS AM GT A  Blk on blk 350 TR. 4 sp aulo. 4  wh disc, air. till, cruise. Power-  locks, windows, seats, mirrors,  hatch 76.000 kms.. $12,500 060  or trade lor 4X4. Call 886-0389  Chns. M7W  76 Honda Civic, exc. cond. $950  OBO. 73 VW Beetle $650 OBO.  Queen size waterbed $100 OBO.  3 10-spd. bikes $50 ea. 8864309  att6pm 45cn  '87 Dodge Charger, 5 sp., one  owner, new exhaust system,  brakes 1 tires. $2500 OBO. 886-  3867. I45W  78 Monte Carlo $1000 886-9125  45cn  1963 Volvo 4 dr sedan, metallic  blue, sun-root, cloth seats, alloy  wheels, fully loaded, 4 cyl. 5 sp.  $3250 886-8836 46W  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue.  mien rebuilt engine 1 transmission. Pnced to sett $3850 Call 685  8510 alter 6:00 pm. ss  1971 LandRover - 88 completely  rebuilt. Offers.. PTO Avail. 883-  2669 ss  1975 Triumph TR7. excellent condilion. new dual exhausl. radel la  low profile tres. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down lor family size  car or 11 It. camper, 885-9066.  77 Ventura, v-6 std. only 66.000  mi. Clean, new radiais $750 885-  9553. ss  1985 Citation II. V6. 4 spd Only  33.000km $3200. 885-9553. SS  77 Camaro. 39.000 org. miles.  While int. excellenl Rusly $950  OBO. 886-2111 ss  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl. F/mj.  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  886-7150.  ,��   NOW  SPARKLE  CAR CLEAN  886-0355  WASH & VACUUM  only'14n  Plus: Engine Pressure wash  Waxing  Interior Shampoo  Auto Detailing  Ul Hough Id. off Hwy 111  Gibsons  81 Dodge 1/2 Ion short box. standard, slant 6, nice painl job. no  rust or body filler, new box liner,  $2200.866-7774. M5W  1979 E350 Ford van. $600 obo  885-5717 TFN  Full slie 1990 Dodge van, Vt  auto.taMW.taie-tHOI       ss  i960 Chev 4 ion dump truck. 366  HP. 2 spd rear end. 6-6 yd box.  $6500 lirm 8858550 eves,  ss  79 Ford 12 passenger van, VB  aulo good cond $3295 OBO. 886-  7520 or 886-2111. ss  1968 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up. 4.3 lure V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat. toolbox.  $6700 885-2636.8857413  ss  ���77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van. parts. 885-5102. ss  1981 Ford F250,4x4 with rock box  $5500 BB54599 ss  1964 Corvette Stingray $7500  OBO 8854533 4501  74 Ford Capri with stock alum,  rims. Fot parts 8854098    45oi  74 VW window van, good cond.,  runs well. 886-9377 45cn  Willys jeep trans, and transfer  case. 885-7377 45cn  1981 Buick Skylark, good cond.  886-3368 ss  Good setedlon used tires, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  8854004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 OBO. 886-3646 ss  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine slereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli lires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 ss  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2833 or 886-7484. ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  886-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beelle, $2500 OBO.  683-9234. ss  CHEAP! FBI/US. SEIZED  89 MERCEDES $200  86 VW $50  87 MERCEDES $100  65 MUSTANG $50  Choose Irom thousands starting  $25. 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-  2935. Copyright IBC104X I45w  1980 Camaro 305 aulo., T-Tops,  Rally nms, $2600. 885-7113  ss  '56 BUICK SPECIAL 2 dr., V8,  stored 17 yrs., rebuilt diff.. $1200.  8854804. ��45W  Good transportation -1978 Buick  Lesabre. $850; 1979 Pontiac  PansienneSW $1200.885-9648.  BODY REPAIRS  \8, PARTS/PAINTING  | Reslorotion ��� Private  | & Dealer Wholesale  TOWING  88��i27  1178 Stewart Rd.  Nttw N. Rd. Bypau  Cm*.IV$tont.A,aim.l.  '80 GMC p/u with canopy. $2800  OBO. 886-7106 alter 5 pm 47cn  '87 S/S 2WD Jimmy, excellent  condition. Asking $6595.886-7800  4701  1980 Ford Couner pickup, 50,000  miles, motor excel., new tires, battery, headlights, wipers, but frame  has deteriorated beyond repair (lor  parts?). Any reasonable otler  accepted. 885-9001 or inquire at  Shell Station. Sechelt.        45w  1985 Chev 3/4 Ion 4x4. Everything  new or replaced. V8 auto. Pan  hubs dual batt. Mint, no rust or  bondo. Canopy and 77 10'  Campet, Iridge, furnace, stove,  oven, hyd. jacks. Exc. shape.  $85000.8.0.886-9682      46w  1961 Bronco, rebuilt 302, quad  shocks, new diff. $5500.886-7854  46w  1975 Ford Pickup, camper spedal,  HD 3/4 ton, 360 VB. good shape  $1500.886-9424 46cn  1974 3/4 ton GMC, long box, 4000  miles on rebuilt 350 engine, 17 &  20 gal. lanks, gd. mud, snow tires.  Clean, garage stored. Price negotiable 883-9296. ��46w  1965 Blazer 4X4, full size, auto.,  trailer hitch, $5400 OBO. 885-  4778. ��46w  1987 Nissan 4X4 XE 100,000 kms.  Duraliner, bush bar, sunroof, silver/burgundy canopy. No OFF  Road miles, new. M+S. Asking  $7,800. Lin 885-2995 45w  11on service van complete with  racks etc.-Propane duals, new  motor 865-2699 or to view call  Petro Canada Kleindale 883-9327  4501  '61 Chev 1/2 ton PU, 350, 4 sp.,  good shape, $2500 OBO; '55 Ford  1/2 ton PU, disassembled, rebuilt,  flat head, $500.886-9979. ��45W  1977 F150 Supercab Ford, fadory  canopy, reliable, $1000 OBO. 885-  9282. ��45W  1979 Chev 3/4 ton PU w/canopy,  good running cond., $1500  OBO.885-9969 TFN  1987 Chev PU, extended cab.  auto. V6 AM/FM tape, cruise, tilt,  liner t extras, $6000.885-7495.  ���45W  27' Vanguard Travel Trlr. Very  good cond. $7000.885-5444 ss  27 toot Holidaire Travel Trailer.  Fully equip. $9800.883-9771  45cn  Hunier's special. 8' camper  wfjacks. $600.8650737   46w  1975 GMC camper van. Good  tires, 6 cyl. aulo. $1000 OBO. BB3-  9979 ss  1992 5th Wheel, 28tt. Terry,  loaded tillout living room, $27,500.  6857215. t45W  1976 Dodge camperized van.  auto, p/s,p/b, cruise, rear bed, cupboards, icebox, sink, $1,500.316  eng. 886-2512 ss  KCMEIT MUIIE  SURKiS HD.  captain llll Murray  M.CM.MC    M.NAM.S  M A B V C   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  26 Thundertxrd sailboat. 5 sails,  tully rigged. Needs TLC Otters.  885-1924 46cn  Boal house suitable tor 3d tt boat.  683-9655 45w  Boat house tor rent. Will accommodate 26 tt - 26 ti boat. Wiwo  services. Gunboat Bay. 1-936-  691Beves. 45cn  15 tt. F/G runabout, 35 HP, newer  canvas lop. $1000 lirm. lor quick  sale. 885-9282. I45W  25 tt Bayliner, lots ol exlras,  radio, d/s, pwr. winch, etc.  SHaps 5; ���jalHyind heed. Ideal  lamily cruiser or tor lishing  Quick tile. $7500 MUU645cn  1991 Ezzi-ioad galvanized boat  trailer tor 15' or less. $600 885-  2396 45cn  Aqua-Cat pontoon sailboat, good  cond. $350.886-7975      45cn  Good 12 It. aluminum boat $600 or  trade'' 885-7167 ss  196120 double Eagle hardtop 200  HP Vdvo 280 leg, (H-6), Gibsons  Marina, $17,500.886-2694.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-3040-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 683-2456.    TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  12 tl. aluminum boat $600. 885-  7167. 44ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  lasl and in top condition, surveyed  value $8500, otters & trades considered. 886-2738. ss  1971) 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol exlras. $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 or 463-6959.    SS  19 ft. Seaioner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold, $3500.886-3457.        SS  Pertect winter project1 Completed  mold/plans -16 ft. row boat to be  built wilh cedar strips. Finished  boal can be seen, $250. 885-  7227. I47W  Aluminum cartopper 12' - $400.  Rowboat 12' ��� PIY $75. Pram  dinghy 8' - $50. Bombard inflatable  12' with 15 hp outboard. $2000.  Hydrofoil, Russian built, 28' -  $10,000,886-3029 47cn  18' Argo alum, work boat. Many  extras $13,000 OBO. 886-2751  47cn  Wanted: 19-22 ft Cuddy Cabin  O.B. 6854031 46w  40' berth available at Gibsons  Marina, Nov. 15 to March 31,  $450. Contact Dick Williams 886-  2786 46cn  26' F/Gr diesel, cruiser, sale, economical, dependable, well insulated, holding tank, possible live-  aboard. Cruise 7 knots at 1 GPH.  Too many upgrades to list! Price  reduced lor quick sale $16,500.  6860085 46cn  Boat, motor and trailer: 15'  Islander, 55 HP Johnson, CAL  trailer, in good cond. $3200. 885-  5400 46cn  27.Mobile Homes  10x50 mobile, 10x14 addition, sundeck, garden, view ol lake, dose  lo Madeira Centre, school.  $13,000,883-2555 45cn  NEW MANAGEMENT  Sunshine Coasl Mobile Home  Paik is now under new ownership  and management. We still have 5  sites available lor new homes.  Show homes available for viewing.  Conlact tr. #106, 886-2597, 597-  3322 TFN  1978 Knight Schmit 14'x70' arctic  packages, 4 appis, wood heater,  500 gal propane tank, excel, cond.  Loaded wilh extras. Set up on pad  in Sechelt $36,000 OBO 8858939  4501  Greal starter home, 12x68 - 3 bedroom mobile home with 12'x16'  addition, completely set up in  S.C.M.H.P. Asking price $24,500.  Phone Larry 866-2442 or 666-  8075 for viewing. ��45W  28.Motorcycles  1986 RM125 exc. cond., 10 hrs on  rebuilt. Comes with helmet and  chest protedor. Only $1100. 886-  0405 46cn  1960 Plymouth Volari, 190,000  kms., gd. cond., $2000.6656179.  I45W  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025   ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor the  set, with covers, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1974 OWsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400060.8851943.      ss  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $7,495.  686-7520 or 886-2111.        SS  FOR ONE WEEK  In.  Hp le 10 word*  25 conta far ���ach  Idltlonal ward.  Proos Loaf,  Pound * in  All classifieds must __  pre-paid before insertion  Sm Suil Classified*  $15 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be canceled unless you instruct us to renew It  by ctaSuTwd deadline * Nat available for coi-rrmt-ial advmttiiefi  Coasl News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES  Monday Idltion  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons 886-2622  Wookondor  NOON TUESDAY  Sechelt 885-3930 22  Coast News, Novemberl), 1992  Take Advantage of oar Neiv Classified Ad Special  Ran yoar classified ad 6 times,  and pay for* only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  1988 Honda CR250R zero hours  on rebuilt engine, exc. cond.,  never raced. $2500 OBO 886-  9075. i45cn  1985 CR250 good running condition. $1000: pair 'ox nding boots.  s.re 7. $40. 8855202.     f46W  1986CR125. gd. cond.. lots ol  extras, $1200 OBO 886-0956 or  886-2572. MbW  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc cond..  garage kept. $5500 886-9595  ss  1981 Honda CB650 cuslom,  immaculate 25.600 original K's,  $1250080.886-7378.       ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  otters. 8888622. ss  Artist needs studio space in Gibsons. Arthur 885-9859.   M5W  2. bdrm. house in Cedar Grove  area lor Nov. 29 4855075.M7W  Cottage or house with sludio  space. Willing to maintain grounds,  etc. 8859691 lv. mess.  ��47W  AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY  Roomy/dean 3 bdrm lower duplex  $70O/mth. Roberts Creek area, no  pets. Leave message 8857975  45cn  2 bdrm, 1 1/2 baths, t/p, deck with  wonderful view ol harbour $725  indusive. 2 bdrm spectacular view  $650. Arthur. 8859859       47w  Gibsons housekeeping rooms,  shared washroom, $200, 350.  Arthur 8859859 47w  Large 3 bdrm duplex. Lower Gibsons, view,  no pets, rels.  $800/mth.8B6-3225 47w  Bfaniham's Beach Cabin short  term rental S200/week. Util incl.  Suitable tor single person due to  size. 400 sq.ft. 686-9238     47w  Sandy Hook, 2 bdrm pie-lab bun-  allow pet. Avail Dec. 1 $700/mth +  deposit. Call collect Judy 1-465-  0017 47w  ' ���        *\   1 bdrm apt., central Gibsons,  $525, 2 bdrm house, lower Gibsons, avail. Dec. 1, $650/mth. 2  bdrm. new eta osndo, Sechelt, no  pets,rVsP25 TFN  Available now. large new l bdrm  suite, suitable one working person.  West Sechelt $450,mth inc util  Partly lurnished it desired No  pets. rvs. 885-3198 46w  Rooerts Creek, 4 bdrm, 2 bth.  watertront home Non-smokers  only $850Vmo 435-1896    47cn  Jolly Roger'Secret Cove tumsned  one bedroom condo. view. Fireplace, long term, $550  Sechelt brand new. view, dream  townhouse with enclosed garage  and storage, adult oriented, avail  Dec 1 until summer  Roberts Creek immaculate motxie  in adull onented park - 2 bedrooms  plus extra lamily room, $650  Redrootts Great two bedroom  rancher with enclosed garage,  available immediately until sum-  met ��� $675.  Tiiiicum Bay - 3 bedroom rancher,  carport, avail Dec. 1 - $657.  Century Weal Really Ltd.  885-2235 ��45cn  Inlet view, nicely decorated large 2  bedroom end suite at Jolly Roger,  parking, wood stove, furnished.  $600 per month. 883-1137.147W  Wesl Secnelt. 2 bdrm. suite. 1150  sq. It. ind. hydro, cable, fridge and  stove. W/D, no pets, N/S, N/D.  $700/mo. 8856277.        'i47W  Accommodation to share in view  home, lower Gibsons $360  indudes monthiy rent, phone, utilities, garden space, use or wash-  ei dryer 886-8097 47cn  Bnghl. spacious new 1 BR giound  level 1 mi to terry, view, pnvate  entry, parking $550 mil. induced  88tK��26 47cn  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  ftUft'S  Oon Sutherland  3 BDHM Rarachar. Lrka Naw.  O'ShunO Rati Sescvmo  2 BDRM Ota., 'Character'  Home. Pnvala Watartront.  Franklin Rd Rats SB/Vmo  886-8107  Gibsons. 3 bdrm townhouse, refs  required, suitable tor professional  couple. No pets. Children welcome. $750/mo. 8858641   47cn  2 BR furn. watertront cottage,  wood and oil heat. Avail, lo May  31. $600/mo ind. cable. 886-3273  or 438-3843. 47cn  2 bdrm house, lower Gibsons,  view, w/d. S700/mo. 885322245W  Roberts Creek. 1 bdrm house,  lovely acreage location. Asking  $700.298-5215 47cn  OCEANVIEW  3 bdrm house with access to good  beach, just across the street.  $750/mo to resp. family who will  care tor lge yard and gaiden. 5412  Lawson Rd. (Hwy 101) W. Sechelt.  1-299-3776 47w  Gibsons. Shared accom. Pratt and  Rosamund area. 3 bdrm house,  ulil. inc. $395. Phone 886-2512  after 4:30 pm 47cn  Gibsons. Avail, immed. very clean,  comtortabie 2 bdrm suite dose to  all facilities. 596-1669, weekends  886-7477 4701  Roberts Creek, small house, non-  smokers only. Dec. 15 $650/mo.  686-9679 47cn  Small 2 bdrm bsml w/yard, pnvate,  n/marina. $450.886-7400   47cn  Gibsons. Beautiful view, clean, 1  bdim suite. Gourmet kitchen, walk-  in doset. clean carpets, $525fmo.  6850076 47cn  Semi-waterfront, 1200 sq. It.  rancher, Sechelt area.  $900/month. 885-4490       4701  2 BR home. Roberts Creek.  $675/month. 686-3714 ttn  Shared        accommodation,  washer/dryer, private entrance,  n/s. Quiet home, Redrooffs area.  $350/month indusive 8857838  47oi  BE THE FIRST  Gibsons. New 3 bdrm, 2 bth, s/s  duplex. Spacious and sunny, quiet,  central location. Garage, deck,  kitchen w/nook and d/w. 8868859  eve. 47cn  GIBSONS. BRAND NEW VIEW  APARTMENT  2 bdrms, blinds throughout, 3  appis., storage, laundiy facilities,  parking. CENTRAL YET QUIET  LOCATION. $630/month. 685-  5659 4701  lower Gibsons - beautiful t bdrm  view apts Quaei. new. secure, nee  diemeire Blinds, carpets, laundry  $590.886-3420. (SOW  QuetUle  Watertront off Gower Pi. Rd.. Gibsons. Secluded i bdrm. garden  suite with large Ivg. rm., FP.  kitch.lam room, al rooms facing  ocean. $1695.8857002.   I47W  WATERFRONT  3 bdrm watertront home plus 1  Mrm. in-law suite Secluded landscaped gardens. $6507mo 886  /002 M7W  WRITER'S INSPIRATION  3 bdrm watertront off Gower Pt  Rd Gibsons Mam lloor ot house  in secluded landscaped garden  Ivg. rm., Dng. rm.. kit., lam. rm.  and mstr. bdrm all lacing the  ocean. $995/mo 8857X2. M7W  Free Cable, Heat and Light  Brand new, bright, spacious i  bdrm. bsmt. suite. Avail. Nov. 15.  Ocean new, 2 min. walk to beach  Pnvate entrance. $650.886-4950.  ���47W  Adult oriented  Townhouse  New. view, 2 bdrm., 2 bath, 6 mo.  lease, refs. Jim Munro 886-2277.  MTW  Langdale: Commuters, panoramic  view detached bach, cottage, laundry tacit., walk to terry, adult oriented. $600 ��� util. Avail immed. 885  0990 46w  2 bdrm main lloor, Lower Gibsons.  Clean, spacious, yard, deck and  f/p, drapes, fruit trees, creek, available immediately/Nov. 15.  $595/mlh 886-8526 46w  2 bdim main floor with view. Newly  decorated and carpeted, across  Gibsons Marina. Responsible n/s.  $625. View Sal. 1-3 pm. 456  Gower Point Road. 18808111  46cn  New cosy 1 bdrm house, fireplace.  Ir/stve., 2 blks from Ferry. Avail.  Dec. 1, $750 a month 886-2533 or  886-7WB 46cn  Avail, immediately: village 3 bdrm  house, n/s, n/p, $850.885-7730  46cn  2 bdrm mobile. Available Nov 1.  883-9569 or 572-3599       46cn  Sechelt/Redrootts: 2 bdrm home,  easy care private lot. Wood, airtight, range, fridge, $750/mth. 685-  7168 eves. 46cn  2 Mrm apt. central Glbaons $525.  2 bdrm house, lower Gibsons,  avail Dec. 1. $650. 2 bdrm new  il a condo. Sechelt. No pels, n/s  $725.1 bdim apt Central Gibsons.  $495 heat incl.. 3 bdrm house  Centra! arsons, near new $875.2  bdrm Waiertront Conage $725.  8853330 Grant Realty      TFN  Gibsons: Newly renovaled 3 bdrm  suite. Pnvate home $650/mth 1/2  ulil 8854688 or 980-2739  46cn  2. bdrm n/marina, p/view, for 1  Dec. $625 8857400 46cn  Gibsons: room for rent, n/s. no  pels. Reed Rd. $300/mth. Nov. 1  8850363 Ask tor Greg.      46w  Gibsons 3 bdrm waiertront apt.  SCIftmth 525-1589 46cn  Lower Gibsons: Magnificent view,  bright, 2 bdrm home, close to  ocean and town cenlre. $695/mth.  967-4767 aft. 6 pm 46cn  3 bdrm house in Langdale. walk to  lerry and beaches, gorgeous  ocean view, fenced garden, Iruil  irees and good neighbours. Professional couple, no pets prelerred, 1 yr lease and refs  required. $950/mth. Avail. Nov. 15  Dec/92.886-9427 45w  Furnished new clean bachelor  suile upper Gibsons. $400  includes utilities. Private entrance  886-2294 alter 5 pm. 885-9804  4501  1 bedrpom suite $325 * hydro.  883-2661 45cn  Gibsons - artist seeking NS, to rent  large private room in townhouse,  $400 all ind. 8868288.  I45W  Housekeeping rooms, fridge,  stove, share washroom, 300-395.  Weekly rates available. George  8859859. ��45W  To share, 3 level townhouse, walking distance to Sechelt, $350/mo���  NS.avail. Nov. 1.8853970 46cn  1 bdrm suite, Upper Gibsons.  Close to mall. $550 plus 1/4 util.  886-3107 4501  Jpibsons Waterlront  1 Br tarnished apt. with deck.  Weakly 1 monthly rates. 8853792  45cn  Mobile home, Roberts Creek, 2  bdrm. no pats, $600/mo. Avail  immed. 885-9840. I46w  2 plus bdim. house, Madeira Park,  $50O/mo. 534-0184 or 888-2065.  ���46*  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and re-ich more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS O Q (\  ASSOCIATION ��C.OU  lor 25  words  $195  13.70 each addilional word  ANNOUNCEMENTS  the B.C. Humanist Association is a secular, non-profit  public education group. Join  us for socials, lectures and  discussions. For Information  leave a message at (604)739-  9822.   AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt Irom $995. 5  year 100,000 kms warranty.  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C. for 27 years. Phone 7  days.8a.rn. -8p.m. (604)872-  0641. 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BLANKET CLASSVED  ADS  An advertising "BestBuy"!  Place your ad In over 100  newspapers for only  $195.00.  BUSMESS OPPORTUNITIES  DRUG RAIDSEIZURES! Buy  dirt cheap:   Cars, Houses,  Boats, Computers ... Direct  from U.S7Canadian government. FREE ILLUSTRATED  REPORT:   Seizures, Dept.  bc7, #150-1857 West 4th,  Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1M4  START YOU R OWN business  $-large profits. Largest manufacturer of punch embroidery.  Call/write Pretty Punch for  information on dealership. 1-  416-662-8116. fOPinelands  Aw., Stoney Creek, ON, L8E  3A5.  CAREER TRAINING  FOR SALE UBC.  NEWI Catalogue loaded with  uncommon products of British     Columbia     -many  handcrafted. Gifts, gourmet  foods, books, games, jewellery, leisure & craft products,  toys, art prints, Christmas A  greeting cards, art A toy kits,  soaps & personal care, designer candles, sculptures,  unique household items,  stoneware, novelties, much  morel Merchandise uncondi-  tjonally guaranteed. Get your  copy nowl Only $3 (your 1st  order gets $5 discount).  Sergeant's Mercantile, PO  Box 2188, Vancouver, B.C.  FREE career guide to home-  study correspondence Diploma courses. Accounting,  Airi-ondtioning, Bookkeeping,  Businass,  Cosmetology,  Electronics, Legal/Medical  Secretary,    Psychology,  Travel.   Granton, (5A)-263  Adelaide Wast, Toronto.  1-  800-950-1972.  EDUCATION  V6B3V7.  HALFORD HIDE & Leather,  your man order leather and  trapping supply warehouse.  Write/phone free catalogue,  8629 -126 Ave., Edmonton,  AB,   T5B   1G8.   Phone  (403)474-4989. fax (403)477-  3489.  Train to be a *CRM" - Certified Apartment Manager.  Many )oba available.  Over  2,000 graduates now working.   Government licensed  home-study course. R.M.T.I.  681 -5456 or 1 -800-665-8339.  EARN EXTRA MONEYI Leam  Income Tax Preparation or  Basic Bookkeeping by correspondence.   For free brochures, no obligation, contact  U A R Tax Services, 205-1345  Pembina Hwy., Winnipeg, MB,  R3T 2B6, 1-800-665-5144.  Also enquire about exclusive  franchise territories franchise  territories now available.  GUARANTEED     ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY LOWEST PRICESII Water Tanks  halt price. Pay only $0.52 per  gallon for lank sizes over  1,000 gallons.   600 gallon  Septic Tank just $549.00.  Twenty year warranty. Premier Plastics. Call today 1-  800-661-4473.  LOVE BY MAIL EMPORIUM  offers a wonderful collection  of pleasure products. Shop  by mail, guaranteed privacy.  Send for your free catalogue.  Love by Mall 6200 McKay  Avenue, Burnaby, B.C. V5H  4M9.  WESTERN    CANADIAN  SCHOOL of Auctioneering,  next course Nov. 30 - Dec.  12/92.  For a tree brochure  cal (403)250-1281 or write  to:#5,2003McKnightBlvd.,  N.E., Calgary, AB, T2E 6L2.  QARDEMNG  ONESTOPGREENHOUSE  SHOP, B.C. Greenhouse  Builders Ltd., 7425 Hedley  Ave., Burnaby, B.C. V5E  2R1. FREE BROCHURE.  FINANCE  Government Grants & Loans.  Billions of dollars are made  available to new and existing  BC businesses.   The Brad  Book can show you how to  get your share.   Call now  (604)753-9424.  Alumlnum/Acrylite SDP,  Double-walled    Greenhouses, Solariumsand complete line of Greenhouse  Accessories. Telephone  (604)433-4220, Fax 433-  1285.  HEALTH  CALL NOWI Free Mall Order  Catalogue trom Vitamin Discount Stores. Please call 1-  800-663-0747 or in Vancouver 321-7000 tor all your Vitamin needs.  HEAVY DUTY MACHMEBY  PACIFIC FORKLIFT SALES  LTD (EST. 1972). DOZENS  OF GOOD USED  FORKLIFTS AVAILABLE. LP,  GAS, DIESEL, ELECTRIC.  WE BUY TOOI (604)533-  5331, FAX:(604)533-4563  EVES. TERRY SIMPSON  (604)535-1381.   HELPWANTEO  Earn up to $346.00 per week  to assemble Christmas Decorations at home. No selling to  do, no door to door. Work  available across Canada. For  more kilo, sand a self addressed stamped envelope  to: Magic Christmas, 1500  130 Slater Street Ste 750,  Ottawi Ontario. KIP 6E2.  FASHION FORTUNEI Fun,  Freedom endaFabuk>us457���  profit can be yours by becom  ing an Independent Distributor selling QUALITY LINGERIE. CallMACHERIE, 1800-  661-3305.  KIDS ONLY. Join our national  Mam of 400 Independent Consultants. Sel 100% cottonhigh  quality children's clothing.  Flexible hours, high commissions. Cal (403)233-8378.  LIVESTOCK EQUPMENT  AUCTION SALE, SaL Nov. 7,  Al Oeming's Polar Park, 14  mles east of Edmonton on  Hwy. 14, at 10 a.m. Preview  830 a.m. Over 50 original  horse drawn vehicles. Many  rare extras. (403)922-3013.  MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Save thousands on dealer  mark-up. We'll custom build  mobile homes to suit your  needs. Doubles, singles,  modulars. Phone for delails:  Noble Homes, Edmonton  (403)447-3414/447-2333.  PERSONAL  OKANAGAN VALLEY GIRLS  - Karen, Sylvie and Tanya -  have exciting Personal Photos For Sale.For discreet Info,  write KAREN, Box 670GB.  Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 7P4.  ADULTS ONLY PLEASE!  WOULD YOU LIKE to correspond with unattached Chris-  Ian people across Canada  tor companionship or marriage? Ashgrove, P.O. Box  205, Chase, B.C., VOE 1M0.  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  tor unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on both, write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1.   WE PAY CASH for Income  producing properties, any  size, condition, area or location. Conlact: Mr. Ash  (604)582-0130, Max  (604)535-6844 or Fax details  to: (604)582-7616.   SERVICES  Commercial Divers/Sea Harvesters. Viking Suit Sale. Viking Pro-$1444.32. H.D.-  $1596.54. Contact Kevin,  North Island Diving. Box 1674,  Port Hardy, B.C. VON 2P0  949-2664, Fax 949-2600. Mail  orders. VISA,  MASTERCARD. Sale ends  Nov. 7/92.  Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  24 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  fees available. Injured in B.C.  only.    TRAVEL   Pre-Chrlstmas Shopping.  Post-Christmas Relaxation.  Sailspring Island has it all.  Send for An Island For Al  Seasons (free) brochure, c/o  Driftwood, Box 250, Ganges,  B.C.V0S1E0.(T)537-9933/  (FJ537-2613.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADS  An advertising "Best Buy*l  Reach mora than 3 million readers for only  $195.00.  3 bdrm. view duplex, seoo��� 2  bdrm duplex, $500 plus utils.  phone alt. 6 pm. 432-9679. M6w  Gibsons - 2 bdrm. apt. $550 mo  886-7018. ��46w  Adull oriented modern 2 bdrm  house with view near Secret Cove  5 appis S600'mo NS. no pets,  avail. Nov. 1. For appointment to  new call 883-2423. 45cn  2 bdrm watertront home, ti��vlace  sundeck. view, all appis., avail  Nov 1 $750/mth Call 734-5880  46cn  2 bdrm townhouse $790. refs.  Avail, immed. 1-731-1608 aftei 5  pm 45cn  Two bedroom house. Lower Gibsons, view, all appliances $700  per month. 8853847 45cn  4 bdrm apart., Lower Gibsons.  $750, Nov. 1.2 bdrm. $500. Dec.  1. Sechelt: 2 bdrm suile. 4 appis.,  $700 includes hydro, cable. Dec.  1. Sue, 886-8389 or Ken 885-  6277. 45cn  Sechelt. 2 bedroom. 2 path home  next to school, $750/mth 885-  5991 45cn  2 bdrm bsml suite, view, fireplace,  util. inc. $500.8857037     45cn  Storage shed. Whart Road,  Sechelt. Approx. 200 sq. ft. insula)-  ed. $10O/month. 8853982 45cn  ADVERT1SING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental of property.  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who paces Ihe advertisement and Ihe newspaper  which publishes it would bolh be  in contravention of the legislation and could have a complaint  filed against them. The Coasl  News will therefore not accept  such discriminatory ads.  Two bdim. mobile home, Madeira  Park, $450/mo. avail. Nov. 15.  5259695. #45w  New deluxe spacious 3 bdrm.  home near malls, private selling,  no pels, $925/mo. 686-2454.K46W  3 bdrm. furn. oceanfronl condominium, all appis., fireplace. Adult  complex. Avail. 10 months ol the  year. S950/mo. Call Andrea 885-  4111. I46W  Gibsons - 3 bdrm. family room,  1000 sq. fl. plus, 3 appl., 1 1/2  baths, upper Gibsons, avail. Oct.  1, $650/mo. plus utils. S.C.M.H.  Park. 886-9826. TFN  Shared Accommodation In my  heme, short term or long Mrm.  Ideal lor mill studenl Close to  terry, N/S, no pats, available  Dec. or Jan. North Rd., Gibsons.  t35(Vmo.U58C��.      TFNs  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 885-9853 51cn  Industrial workshop avail, immediately, Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unit,  $475/mo. 9218751. *46w  3 private offices. New building  $195$250/mth. Receptionist avail.  Don Sutherland. Pebbles 886-  8107 TFN  Commercial/office space for lease.  1000 sq.ft. comer unit, excellent  exposure, prime location ��� Kem's  Plaza. Contact Walter or Beryl  TFN  TOWARD PREVENTION  CO-LEADER  Co-leader required lo assist in presentations to secondary school  students on healthy relationships  and prevention of family violence  and dating abuse Qualifications  include arawieoge ot dynamics ol  abuse, and skill in working with  groups of teens This is a temporary part-time position trom  November 1992 to May 1993 with  an average ot 4 hours per week  Mentality in scheduling is required  For inlormation telephone 885-  5881 Submit resume by November 13toExecutive Director. Sunshine Coasl Communily Services  Society. P 0 Box 1069. Sechelt.  B.C.V0N3A0 ��46cn  Caretaker: 34 unit apt. binding.  Central Gibsons requires on-site  mgt. Salary a accom. Apply c/o  Grant Realty 886-3330 or PO box  277 Gibsons.. TFN  Commercial warehouse space,  new building, Hwy 1011 Hough  Rd. Gibsons. Immediate occupancy. 885-9719. TFN  Roberls Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parlies, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7B15. TFN  RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  600-1300 sq. tt. S300-S1100  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons  >Lome. 1 -733-9883 or Marie 886-  7018. TFN  Gibsons: 2000-10,000 square leet,  exposure, will build to suit  Wilson Creek: office space 200-  3000 sq.lt., $6.00 net  Sechelt: ratal space, new Plaza,  1000 sq.ft., $8.00 net.  Grant Realty  886X3330 TFN  'Driving Miss Deasy*  Needed: be-in companion, semi-  retired or retired male or lemale for  active elderly latly. No housework.  Needs to cook and drive. Salary  negotiable. 883-9268 47w  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  A Coordinator is needed  for a "Community Kitchen" project in Gibsons.  This is an exciting and  challenging position lor  someone who loves  people and cooking.  Drivers are needed lor  Ihe Sechell area to  transport people to  medical appointments  locally A to Vancouver.  Expenses will be  reimbursed.  Community Services is  holding a Gala Dinner and  Dance Nov. 28 and needs  your help wilh  decorations, set-up,  auction and clean up.  Lots of funl  If you lova animals and  have a few hours lo  spare, the SPCA needs  youi Shifts are between 2  - 4 pm daily.  FOR THESES MORE  OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER ANO  INFORMATION CENTRE  AT  885-5881  A Service funded by The  Ministry of Social Services  Paid assistant wanled immed. at  parent participation pre-school in  Gibsons. Send resume to Jack  and Jill Pre-school, Box 801, Gibsons, VON 1V0. Applicants must  have ECE qualification or be a student in this program, or be willing  to slan program. <47W  Home Support Workers - Pender  Harbour area. We are looking lor  people with a mature attitude who  will enjoy working with seniors in  their homes. We oiler flexible  hours, support and training. You  must be in good physical and emotional health, and have a car with  valid license. Experience in health  care or in working with the eldeity  is an asset. Phone 885-5144.  MOcn  Rapidly growing cleaning seivice  company requires building maintenance workers and experienced  housekeepers. Minimum 1 year  experience. Must be bondable.  References required. 8854457  47cn  SUBWAY  Well scon be opening in Gibsons  and we're looking for brighl, cheerful, people-oriented members for  our team. Full-time and part-time  day and night shifts. Leave  resumes or pick-up applications at  our location in Sunnycrest Mall.  Interviews will be arranged   46w  CRUISE SHIP JOBS!  Earn $300/900 weekly. Year round  positions. Hiring men/women. Free  rm/ooard. Will train. Call 1-504-  6464500 Exl. C305.24 hrs, 46cn  Foster homes very urgently needed on lhe entire Coast lor children  ol all ages. Please call Judy Walls,  Ministry ol Social Services, 885-  7101 weak days. I47W  Delivery person with vehicle for p/l  work. Call 8853890 att. 5pm.  ���47W  Local nursery requires immediately, reliable person for full-time/pan-  time wprk. Must be flexible as  hours vary. F/T Feb-June, P/T  July-Jan. Retail nursery exp. an  asset. Well-rounded knowledge In  gardening a must. Must enjoy  working with the public. Rs. send  resume by Nov. 13 to RR��4 S-5 C-  66 Gibsons, BC VON 1V0 Attn:  David TFN  Pro-Fund Distributors Ltd. has  immediate openings for experienced mutual funds sales agents.  Good commission. Contact Carol  Oppelt at 685-1926 pr send  resume to Box 5, Murray's Site,  Haltmoon Bay, BC VON 1Y0 45cn  Eipenenced waiter/waitress part-  time evenings. El Nino 886-3891.  TFN  Musicians tor Thursday night  entertainment Contact Terry at the  Jolly Roger TFN  Elphe's Cabaret is now accepting  applications lor waitresses. See  Chns or Michelle TFN  $200-5500 WEEKLY Assemble  products at home. Easy! No selling You're paid direct Fully guaranteed 24 hour hotline. 801-379-  2985 Copynghl IBC104DH I45cn  Assemble light products trom  home Easy work - Excellent pay!  We provide details - 24 his. (604)  623-2380. Ext IA74 47cr,  Diet Magic, 30 lbs. 30 days,  $4995 Burns lat. increases energy, suppresses appelite. Natural.  206-332-7666 exl. 202       46cn  Casual relief req'd to work in Gibsons group hpme tor 3 m/h  women. Day. night, and wkend  shifts involved. Exp desirable,  compassion, patience and valid  drivers license essential. For more  into call S.Coty 8853217    TFN  'CARETAKER'  Semi- or retired. Like gardening or  looking lor a lishing haven? We  need you! For Pender Harbour  eslate. new suite for low rent ��� lor  right person 1-9356918 eves.  4501  35. Business &  Home Services  CARPENTER  House construction, framing, finishing, decks, renovations, fencing. Greg 8852610 50w  Free, no obligation retirement  planning consultation: RRSPs,  RRIFs, cash investments, children's accounts. Contact Carol  Oppelt, Pro-Fund Distributors Lid.  20 yrs experience. 885-1926 leave  message or 732-3249. Eg. 10.7%  47cn  TWO CHEAP, YOUNG MEN  Painting, stucco, fencing and gardening. Vou name it, we do it.  FASTER, HARDER, LONGER.  Call Garrin now 6868089. (47W  C4F TREE SERVICES  Falling, topping, dangerous tree  removal, lot cleahng. Fully insured.  Free estimates 8855697    50cn  ALLEY'S PAINTING  Interior/exterior. Free in-house  eslimales. 12 yrs. experience.  885-2842 Robert 47cn  J^  10  ���   ~S��g~S.  II0NEVMAN CONSTRUCTION  * NtwIlomeConamwinn  ��� wnwrtttcflt     ��� Oeilpi  k        SIEVE I SillHAS1  ^ MS-MHO Scdidl.  Experienced house sitter avail,  now till spring. Good refs. 885-  5356 days. 47cn  House painling, carpet and lino  laying, re-stretching, repairs. 885-  0191 47cn  PETER'S REMODELLING  General home maintenance - car  ports - fencing - sundecks ��� additions etc. Boat maintenance and  island service. For more info  please call 885-1961 or Pager  8855111 49w  AC/DC Carpentry  Quality work, on time, 20 years  exper, renovation specialist. Reasonable rates, hourly or contract.  Free estimates. Al, 885-3411  46cn  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  -ftavaMr  'atMaVt|raVb"la*)0*l  -Any Jot  , OWE CAU DOM/Mil  -886-4788  SunFree Vinyl  All Seasons Decking Material, free  eslimates. Call Joe, 885-9235.  ���49w  Carpentry, Painting, Stone Masonry, General Home Repairs. 685-  9235 Joe. I49w  I KRHlii im Nltr I  IDH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening 1 Repairs  to all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades A Chalnsaws  , Jamlt Harrop  US Hwy 101____\_*fj__\ Stfo-  iH  Pat's Disposal-Hon Truck  Yard, house and garage clean-up,  construction and gyproc removal,  tree and stump removal: demolition - reasonable and reliable; free  estimales 8852870 5fw  SPIC AND SPAN CLEANERS  'If you're not happy with the other  guy then consider giving us a try.'  Wendy 686-2751 or Nicole 886-  3364 46cn  Renovations, Improvements,  Repairs, Interior/Exterior. David  Rekt. 886-4642. ��50W  |sf4ato-a nxf ) Coast News, November 9, 1992  23  Coast Mis Classifieds Hi  3i   Business 4 ���.     Business & I 36   Work Wanted  Home Services   ���       Hnm�� <�����������,.���,   I  886-2622  885-3930  ephemera  Certified carpenter, all types ol  work, 24 yrs experience. Call  Peter 1-576-9251. I47W  THE WHOLE NINE YARDS  GARDEN SERVICES  Lawn care, landscaping, pruning,  aveeding, yard cleanup, commercial or residential Grant 6859585  oi 1889-3249 45w  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted balh tubs, sinks balhs, and  shower panels. CSA approved.  Free estimates Tom Sealy 883-  2978 45w  Concrete - Specializing in dnve-  ways. patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate 8868095        TFNs  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal. Insured. Guaranteed  Work. Free estimales. 885-2109  TFN  CoaTaplati Bobcat Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls -Trenching  Landscape Construction  TFNs  Anyone who witnessed accident  Friday, Oct. 23, Whart Rd, contact  8857069 46w  MMSM  a. WALLPAPERING  PRESSURE WASHINCa  Quality Workmanstiiri  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  36 Work Wanted  SEBERRY SERVICES  Carpel cleaning, window washing,  gullet cleaning, odd tobs. Call  Richard 8859899 47w  Quality construction and Renovations. Fancy woodwork Tom 886-  2844 45cn  KAVNOR  Interior cleaning big oi small.  bonded and reliable 684-5324 or  886-2312 or 886-0436        TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden oul ol  control7 Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping'' Fnendly, reliable service.  Fully insured Commercial & residenlial. Relerences available.  FRED 886-3526 TFN  Privale home support and care  service. Companionship, shopping, laundry, outings, cooking and  nursing care. 12 yrs. experience in  caring for Ihe elderly, competitive  rates. Try my service. I have that  special touch. Call Suzanne al  8850474. 146*  CABINETREE  Custom cabinets, hardwood, plywood and solid wood only.  Kitchens, bathrooms and all types  of cabinets and linishing. James  McCarthy (Journeyman cabinetmaker). 885-0261. I46w  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery _  POWWIJ. muCK atOUNTlO  iQUPVCNT  BEST POSSIBLE HESULTS  ivSoNor kendRrie  A DIVISION Ot KEttEEVRIES  SSOWFLOORCOVERHOS  Tutor - math and science. All levels Call Kirsten 885-0175 46w  Do you need something built lor  your home or office-' Maybe an  item lor a Christmas gift' Or you  might need some interior renovations or linishing! II you've  answered yes to any or all of the  above, give Art a call at 8868354,  lor prompt, quality custom woodwork at reasonable prices.   46*  Electncian for hue. Residential and  Commercial work. Free estimates  671-6487 cell, 46cn  Williams Renovation and Repair.  20 yrs experience. Call Steve at  8868783 49w  Experienced Carpenler 15 years  experience, lirm lates. Free estimates, no job too small or too  large. Bruce 685-9576.     I45W  Fabulous cook, 15 years exp. 883-  9961. Preler line dining.     45cn  New homes and home plans.  Additions and renovations. 33 yrs.  experience. Dave 886-3171.M5W  Loving mom will care for your  child, my home or yours, in Gibsons m 6859372        47w  Wanled: Live-in nanny. Gibsons  area 8850002 47cn  Willing to babysil Mon-Fri in my  home, suitable lor working mom  with 1 child. 886-9109    M7W  Nanny required 3 days per week in  Welcome Woods tor 6 monlh  twins, 8857679. 45cn  Tender loving daycare lor your little one. Exp. Mom exc. rels.  Adree 886-2579. S47W  Experienced Nanny looking for i fl  or P/T position, refs. 886 368346*  Come |oin the fun' Sechelt Preschool is still accepting students.  Call 8853655 46*  Part-time silter required alter  school Madeira Park area. Phone  Karen 883-2877 or 883-273745cn  Sitter req'd for 8 yr old boy in my  Halfmoon Bay home. Mon - Fri.  2:30 pm-12:30 am. 8853670  ���46W  Loving mom will care lor your child  in my home in Langdale. F/T or  P/T. 886-2254 ��45W  Part-time sitter required after  school, Madeira Park area. Phone  Karen 883-2677 or 883-273745cn  Jack 1 Jill Preschool has openings for 3 8 4 yr. olds To register.  886-2526. TFN  Babysitter required, lull time, Rets  a must. 885-5525 9 am to 2 pm.  Rainbow Preschool Roberls  Creek, enroll now lor Oct. Joyce  886-8096. TFN  Auto: 1979 Ford Station Wagon  $55008.0.885-3887       45cn  Auto: 1976 Dodge Volare station  wagon, very good condition $1200.  Will consider trade tor truck. 883-  1188 47w  Help wanted FT retail sale posilion tor thriving local lighting store.  Apply in person 5609 Hwy 101.  8859417 45w  Help wanted: PT Office assistant  for electrical contracting business.  Computer skills required. Apply in  person 5609 Hwy 101.885-9417  45w  For Sale 1990 35' Terry Resort,  that looks as good as any 92 and  worth $16,500 I'm looking tor land  with a value anywhere Irom  $16,500 to $25,000. Any ideas?  Call Ken al 886-9661 or tax 886-  0399 49w  38 Business &  Opportunities  Williams Renovation and Repair  20 ytsv experience. Call Steve aql  8858783. I49W  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Bruce Fraser  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  BECKY'S WORD PROCESSING  Fast, reliable service. Reasonable  rates. 686-7733. ��45W  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting. Iree estimates,  References available. 886-3463  TFNs  Honest and reliable woman will do  house cleaning and yard work.  Call Mary Sat.-Tues. 8856145.  ��46W  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions ��� Bath ��� Kitchen ���  Painting ��� Drywall ��� Wallpaper  886-3792 Stefan Perry      48w  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, firm rates.  Free eslimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 885-9576. #45W  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays /1800  sq. ft. upper storage space, office  rental potential. $24,000 per year,  Barry 686-8204. ss  JARO ENTERPRISES  Roberts Creek  Call today for all your carpentry  requirements, Irom fencing to  framing and new houses. Bob Talbot, 886-2215, att. 6pm.    TFNs  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton Iruck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling. odd jobs.  8853917. TFNs  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  A IIIISQVAKNA  FOREST 8 GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden Dtaitnlilpj  available fnr Sechelt  (*alt Dttrhn M     <"*��  Tidellnc Loajanlnsj  889-41-Tl  SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY  NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT  TO THE WAREHOUSEMEN'S  LIEN ACT  Notice Is hereby given that Ihe  storage lots held by Len Wray's  Transfer Ltd., Box 186,1052 Highway 101, Gibsons, B.C., in the  name ol Tom Biggs/S.G. Munn will  be sold at a public sale lor debts  outstanding within 30 days ot the  second appearance of this notice  at a location designated by Len  Wrays Transfer Ltd. 45cn  JIM'S SMALL ENGINES  Anyone having goods left at Jim's  Small Engines, Hwy 101 Gibsons  should contact 886-2020 to make  arrangements for picking them up.  48*  CHANNEL  ELEVEN  Tuesday, Nov. 10  7:00pm  Talk to Your Local  Government  Join representative from  Gibsons and the SCRD. to  discuss the local issues  8:00pm  Choices...  an interview with a psychic  Caihrine Fuller's guest this  monlh is psychic Kasandra  8:30pm  Communily Services  Annual Gala Event  Wednesday, Nov. 11  Cable 11 presents programs  from the War Amps of Canada.  2:00pm  The Blue Puttees  The Royal Newfoundland  Regiment in W.W.I  4:00pm  No Mans Land  The work of artist Mary  Riler Hamilton.  4:30pm  Against All Odds  The Canadian Infantry battle  for the Scheldt  6:30pm  Korea, Canada's Forgotten  War  7:30pm  Never Again  Thursday, Nov. 12  7:00pm  A Future for Health Care on  the Sunshine Coast ?  "Live" phone-in  9:00pm  The Time Has Come  From the Canadian Mental  Health Association.  Friday, Nov. 13  5 pm-11 p.m.  Rotary Club Auction  "Live"  Friday the 13th may be your  lucky day as the Gibsons and  Sechelt clubs present their 2nd  annual auction.  This Community Television  Schedule Courtesy of  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281  5 YEARSAGO  BC Federation of Labour  Council Secretary-Treasurer  Cliff Anderson and president  Kenneth Georgetti met with  union reps and guests as part of  a tour io urge unions to fight  provincial legislation such as  Bill 19 and privatization.  10 YEARS AGO  On receipt of letters from  Eastwood and Company, a  Sechelt legal firm, the directors  of the Sunshine Coasl Regional  Districl voted lo disassociate the  regional board from controversial charges made by directors  Gurney and Hunter al a meeting  in Roberts Creek recently.  15 YEARS AGO  The first fully authorized  General Motors branch on the  Sunshine Coast is now in full  operation.  25 YEARS AGO  Pender Harbour escaped disaster Hallowe'en when a misplaced sparkler set off $107  worth of fireworks planned to  amuse youngsters in a half hour  display.  35 YEARS AGO  Black Ball Ferry services  have notifed this company that  their charges for truck traffic  will be increased by approximately 100 per cent, as at  December 1,1957.  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl t% Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  P^        HOME  ���--srw SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Stay Fit Until 1993!  a,      Purchase a 4 month   _  membership for the price of if I  ��� ^   Memberships include:  ��� unlimited participation in StP workouts  ��� I aw and high/low aerobics tvorkouls  (17 convenient class times scheduled per week)  ��� Use of step machines, bio-cycles b sauna  ��� Strength training facilities  Child care available for all AM. workouts  o .��3   1.6  *TP   9~  Call/or  Schedule  Information  743 North Road, Gibsons 886-4606  820 KIWANIS WAY, GIBSONS  Enjoy An Active - Carefree Lifestyle  22 Quality Patio Homes ��� Adult Oriented  Prices start at $ 128,800  2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Single Level Homes  Fbr further information contact:  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP. ��� (604) 886-4680  Hans Ounpuu, RR#2. S7, C26, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO  Fax (604) 886-4623  ���fits!  HC-StW, 24F-5HO. 74-!80  Just for  Starters  A gtxxJ feeling, "a piece of mind" to know your day will  start off right. Whether you're on the road or homeward  bound you can count on a UAP/NAPA premium battery:  ��� maintenance-free ��� 580 cold cranking amps ��� 60-month  warranty. Available now, priced for trouble-ftee winter driving.  I /4��a> ;  Because there are no unimportant parts.      || li��p   MNAPAfrl  Visit the participating UAP/NAPA Auto Parts Store in your town.  SUNSHINE AUTO SUPPLY  Sale prices in effect until November 15, 1992 or while supplies last.  5546 Wharf Road  Sechelt  S8S-2296 Coast News, November 9, 1992  DeVRIES  . ��� .In   '.,  '���%'  C*   '*"      ^   ^-S-a  >*-   In  ��� ��$  ��;*���*  ">i-  To Celebrate We Will Be Having A  DOLLAR DAYS  SAVING  SPECTACULAR \ *%  ALL CARPET  ROLL ENDS  AT REDUCED  PRICES  IM STOCK UNO  MANNINGTON GOLD, SILVER A  BRONZE SERIES  TARKETT - LIFETIME & PREFERENCE  ARMSTRONG ��� CANDIDE,  CAMBRAY & PREVAIL  ALL AT  REDUCED  PRICES  All Month Long  a    LAST!    J_  CONTRACTOR  PRICING OPEN  TO THE PUBLIC  SPECIAL  ANNIVERSARY BUY  A TRUCKLOAD OF  ROLL ENDS FROM 3  MAJOR SUPPLIERS  PERFECT FOR THAT EXTRA ROOM  STARTING AT  99 ' SQ. FT.  EARLY SHOPPERS GET  THE BEST CHOICE!  CUSHION FLOOR  (CMHC APPROVED)  STARTING AT  SQ.FT.  CLEARANCE  ON  SPECIAL  COLOUR BERBERS  COME IN AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF US NOW...  WE'RE REALLY IN A GOOD MOOD - ALLOW US TO BE GOOD TO YOU  .<����iiiii  89*  SQ. FT.  jj|l SHADE-O-MATIC  (THAT'S ONLY7.99/SQ. YD.)  NEVER OFFERED AT  THIS PRICE BEFORE!  VENETIAN BLINDS  PLEATED SHADES  VERTICAL BLINDS  WOOD VENETIANS  AND SHUTTERS  Creating  Beautiful   ( i  Windows  Design your own blinds with  customized striping  The Shade-O-Manc'" advanced  wand & tilter mechanism prevents  overtilt and provides perfect closure  Warranteed to last lorever  CANDIDE  ROLL ENDS  STARTING AT  99   SQ.FT.  "We've hired more qualified  installers for  this special  occasion  Come in  and book  an  installation  date  NOW!  HOURS:  9-5 MONDAY-  SATURDAY  MasterCard]  MAKING HOMES RFAUTIFUL FOR 36 YEARS  709 HWY. 101, GIBSONS ��� 886-7112

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