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 Parliament  tsuixuxuyo  Victoria,   B.C.  3V  1X5 94.9  .\_ten:   Rod Cardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  November 29,1993 Volume 47 Issue 46  ������������������������������������  Sechelt band  sends message  to province  3  THOROUGHFARE:  Ministry unveils  highways     ^  plans      ^*  Coast parks open  through winter...  kind of       /  SUNSHINE POWER:  Using sun to  weigh Coast  garbage  7  Elves continue  Christmas tradition  with holiday  hampers  11  >k & poinsettia  ale ready to,.  lossom     14  W  ccer clubs  liibbllng through  uid-season ,Q  )ldrums   10  New report identifies mill improvements  by Darah Hansen  Government and pulp mill officials  were smiling last week at the results of a  three-year survey which cites "dramatic"  reductions in toxicity levels in the effluent discharge from BC's pulp and paper  mills.  Co-authored by Environment Canada  and BC Environment, the report states the  average daily discharge of dioxins and  furans from all 27 of the province's mills  has decreased 75 to 99 per cent.  Dioxins and furans are the most toxic  of a group of chemicals known as organo-  chlorines found in pulp mill effluent. The  chemicals are commonly produced by  pulp mills as a by-product of the chlorine  bleaching process.  The reductions are due tamills having  to bring in new methods of bleaching to  curb the toxicity levels in their effluent in  order to meet with government regulations, said Peter Krahn, senior enforcement engineer with the inspections division of Environment Canada.  This includes a 1992 requirement pro  hibiting the discharge of any "detectable  traces" of dioxins and furans into the  environment.  Up to three mills have been exempted  from meeting this regulation until 1994,  Krahn added. He would not say which  mills were exempted or why, saying only  that the decision was based on information specific to each mill.  Meanwhile, environmentalists are  greeting the news with reservation.  "If the waters are getting clean that's  great," said Terry Jacks of Environmental  Watch in Pender Harbour. But, he said,  what is no longer going into the water  may be going into the air when sludge  resulting from the mill process is burnt.  The solution, said Jacks, is to eliminate entirely the use of chlorine compounds.  "We don't need bleached paper," said  Jacks. "Why don't the fat cats in their  public relations departments start promoting a market where (unbleached products)  are used?"  turn lo back page  Children,  leaving  a trail of  fall fan  Chelsea  Netzlaw, 6,  takes aim as a  group of  Teddy Bear  Daycare kids  tear Into a pile  of leaves left  > over from fall  at Brookman  Park recently.  Joel Johnstone  photo  Interfor plows into road 'de-building' projects  by Ian Cobb  In one of the oldest logging  areas of British Columbia, one  of the newest logging practices  is being used.  Located high up the Pilldola  Creek drainage, which runs  down to the Skwawka River (the  headwaters of Jervis Inlet),  International Forest Products  Ltd. (Interfor) contractor Cliff  White of White-Davison Logging, Interfor's Sechelt district  manager Mike Bell and Interfor's area engineer Greg Mowatt  circle in a helicopter.  Bell takes pictures of the  small logging operation and  what's catching his eye with a  little more interest than anything  else is a backhoe.  The machine is working  away from the logging operation  and a long black line trails from  it through the cut area, logged  only a few days before.  The black line is the logging  road, also cut into the area a few  days before and already being  "de-built." De-building logging  roads is becoming a regular part  of the operations in Interfor's  Hunaechin logging operations.  The reason for the sudden  interest in de-building roads.  Bell said, is to increase "on site  productivity."  Thus, as a site is logged, the  roads are ripped and recontoured  and blend back into the cut site  and as a second growth begins  to mature, there's more productive land and one can hardly tell  where the cutting took place.  "The thing that's driving this  is stability," Mowatt said, pointing at past practices and how a  lack of vision and care has  resulted in "disasters" to "highly  valuable fish habitat" and to the  visual scape. "Chapman Creek is  an excellent example and we're  the ones cleaning up those practices."  By keeping the ground stable  after it's been logged, he said,  "the visual problems will fix  themselves." In addition, he said,  "We won't have this damned  ongoing erosion problem."  Interfor has also started an  extensive road de-building program in other areas along and up  from Jervis Inlet.  turn to page 2  Down in the dumps... the  lonely life of the scavenger  by Nancy Moote  Hundreds of seagulls take flight in  alarm as two men in baseball caps hurl  trash from the back of their pickup.  A threadbare turquoise armchair, thick  pink balls of fiberglass insulation, and a  door frame tumble into the heap of  garbage bags and discarded lumber. The  men debate before discarding the door  frame - is it worth keeping?  As they drive away, the seagulls settle  back to their routine, checking the heap  for scraps. And another figure drifts forward to look through the leavings, a lean  man in coveralls. To those who know the  Sechelt dump, he's a sight as familiar as  the gulls.  Carl (he prefers not to publicize his  real name) has been scavenging the dump  for 20 years. Once he made a pretty good  living at it, but not any more. "It just passes my time away," he says, his voice mild  and unhurried. "It keeps me busy and  buys my groceries."  Carl will qualify for an old-age pension  in eight or nine months, and then he'll  probably retire from scrounging, as he  calls it. Already he's cut back to two or  three visits a week. Bul, he shrugs, "I  don't have much else to do, being single. I  may as well hang out here, enjoy the sun."  Despite that sun, the mountainside is  cold and snow has drifted over the trash  piles.  A few hundred yards away, a tanker  truck lets loose, emptying septic pumpings  into a sludge pit. "Lucky the wind's blowing the other way today," Carl remarks  with a grin.  Empty beer cans in his back pockets,  his blue eyes shaded by an old leather cap,  he walks slowly to the far end of the  dump, checking for interesting finds.  Pickings are slim at the dump these  days. In a few hours of scrounging, Carl  has amassed a heap of scrap metal and a  pile of drain pipes.  "They're good, they're brand new  stuff," he exclaims, pointing to the pipes -  but he can't think who might want to buy  them. As for the metal, "That wouldn't be  worth five bucks. Aluminum is light."  The hope of finding a treasure in the  trash heap is a fantasy few people can  resist. According to Carl, just about everyone who comes in does a little scrounging.  Pointing to a pickup sporting the green  and white SCRD logo, he laughs. "Even  these guys from the regional board are in  there digging too, to see what they can  find."  turn to back page  Reporter Nancy Moote talks with 'Carl' who reclaims trash for cash at the Sunshine  Coast Regional landfill as the biggest population of garbage enthusiasts takes flight.  Joel Johnstone photo  '  ;  ���  a��� Coast News, November 29, 1993  Massage Therapy  686-0399  Howe Sound Massage Clinic  ���17 Hwy 101 Gttxons  located at the  Gibsons Dental Clinic  DatobiaWMlM.RMT  Registered  geTheraf  Slntment Only  Massage Therapist  By Appolntn  You're invited to  see an exhibit.  Toys & Time  at the  Quay Works Gallery.  Dec. 4 - 24  Reception:  Saturday Dec. 4, 12-8 PM  Quay Works Gallery & Shop  271 Gower Point Road  Gibsons ��� 886 0005      ,-V  __t?  "  # /���'��� v$jjja  l$&A  ,;:;......  9 KcMi'lKflfiMsH&T''^- l'_H  *t_l  __-)     *���    M  __5'__5j  /   /  -m���_  __^_fl  r  ���*���'  '   aft aa-           *���*        %. '.��'.wi*-**  ���;.  I   '_]  *^BF*  ^BwtTK? - _-.'-1 ^___h_^_^_R_|  1     '  em  M      ��  Ml  ________  j_p_f" *S  r^" ��*?*���*  **,'i.-'>\./  .  Of**.^j'  .���' <<9  ��'* ___tfl_d_M_i  iC  V  f  g0eP  p ���*���  j | fKi^-' *l  p^^>lt^_^_^__.   ^^^  *ft^^^_^*mp.'^i, k  1 * *^#^vc__;  <* ������___]  ��*�� ^w  Interfor's Sechelt District manager Mike Bell watches as contractor Cliff White  tions In the Skwawka River area.  a logging truck at one of Interfor's logging opera-  Ian Cobb photo  JOIN US FOR THESE CHRISTMAS FESTWITIES  % IN GIBSONS LANDING $  Wednesday, December 1  2nd Annual Open House in Molly's Lane,  7 9 pm. Refreshments & Door Prizes (behind  Molly's Reach)  Friday, December 3,7 pm  Santa arrives by boat at the  Government Wharf, with the  band escorting him to  Molly's Reach where  Mayor Eric Small will  hand him the key to  ffoTp_eacr".'"  7:30 pm  Lighting of the tree. Enjoy late night shopping  in the landing this evening.  Sunday, December 12  Breakfast with Santa at the Gibsons Yacht  Club. Call 886-8500 for more information.  13  to Wednesday,  15  Late night shopping, Festival of  Choirs at Molly's Reach 7  pm-9pm.  Thursday, December 16  Late Night Shopping, street  musicians throughout the landing.  Friday, December 17  Late Night Shopping, street musicians  throughout the Landing, watch the Christmas  Carol Ships from Gibsons Harbour 7 - 9 pm.  Saturday * Sunday,  December IS * 19  Watch Santa through the  windows of Molly's Reach  while Mrs. Claus receives  mail from the children to be  recorded in Santa's Wish Book.  Thursday,  December 23  Last chance for late night  shopping througout the  Landing; merchants will be  open until 8 pm. Santa will be  on hand and musicians in the  streets.  Come visit the Landing during  the festive season & discover  our wreaths. Each merchant has  made one for your viewing  pleasure.  Enter out 10th Annual  "Santa Sac" contest at  participating  merchants.  GIBSONS  LANDING  Mi'tx h.mts Assot iation  IT AIL STARTS  RIGHT HERE!  CHRISTMAS  PROMOTION!  4-DAY ONLY SALE!  DECEMBER 1-4  r  New &  ^        Previously   ^  Owned:  ���Tpianos   ���Tkeyboards  ���torgans ���tguitars  sunnycrest mall, gibsons  For more information:  PEOPLES MUSIC ��� 985-1722  Interfor effort acknowledged by  CPAWS, but mote effort called for  from page 1  In the Treat Creek area, the company has spent  $150,000, so far, on de-building a rather horrendous looking mountain side.  "It was a combination of eyesore and the slopes  failing," Bell said, giving reason to the road de-  building and slope re-contouring program that's underway. ~*  "It was environmentally unacceptable," he said of the site, purchased by  Interfor in 1990���after it had been  logged.  "They met the standards of the  day," Bell said of the previous company's logging practices, "But the practices have changed for the better."  Interfor has funded the de-building  projects itself, but expects to get some  of the money back liom the company it purchased  the land Irom.  Sunshine Coast Forest District (SCFD) resource  assistant Jim Ettinger said the government is  pleased with what Interfor is doing.  "They're taking the initiative in doing this  thing," he said, noting that though they bought the  land knowing what it was like, "It's showing some  leadership and it's work that needs to be done."  The SCFD is also taking on some minor road  de-building projects in the region. "A lot of money  is going to be spent," Ettinger said, admitting  many of the back roads built before 1987 are the  governments concern.  In comparison to a neighboring mountain, bear-  -__������__! lifMJ.Int aaaa.aWaa  rsgnnsi uuuwi news  'It'sjust  there's such a  long way  ������      tago'  i'  -George Smith  :   '���'   ing roads that are leaking down slope, like ice  cream melting off a cone, the de-built road sites  give the mountain a less haggered appearance.  Interfor plans to spend an additional $800,000  next year in the Misery Creek drainage off Narrows Inlet and the Smanit Creek drainage off the  upper Jervis Inlet area.  ���~~~ "Those will be complete de-activation projects," Bell said, explaining  they will require deactivation work,  the reestablishment of drainages and  silvicultural programs.  The process of de-building roads is  costing the loggers money, at an average of $12 a metre, said Mowatt, noting it costs on average of $80,000 per  _____    kilometre to build a road.  In addition, some people aren't  keen about the de-building process, Mowatt said.  Some rod and gun clubs and hunters are angry  because of less access to the back country.  Ettinger said he's also heard some complaints  about "favorite hunting sites" being cut off from  "weekend hunter types."  When told about Interfor's work in the Jervis  Inlet area, Canadian Paiks and Wilderness director  George Smith said he was glad to hear about it but  there's a long way to go for logging companys in  terms of environmenlal awareness and practice.  "I see changes and I know there are improvements in wood operations. I know there are individuals in companys that want to do the right thing  - it'8 just there's such a long way to go."  More than 300 people have  signed a petition of support for  Wendell Welander's proposed  subdivision on the shores of  Hotel Lake.  Earlier this fall, the regional  district turned down Welander's  application to subdivide his land,  creating lakefront lots averaging  2.5 acres. The board's major  concern was a lack of water  sources for the proposed houses.  At that time, Welander  caused a stir by threatening to  clearcut his property right down  to the water.  Ron Johnstone, proprietor of  the Garden Bay Pub, is one of  those who supports the idea of a  new subdivision. There's a  shortage of building lots on the  market in Pender Harbour, he  said, but the area is growing and  "we need more lots and more  people to make more of a tax  base."  An earlier petition opposing  the subdivision was mostly  signed by immediate neighbors  of the proposed project, he said,  while this petition has been circulated at a number of businesses around Pender Harbour and  has broader support.  Demolition  A Halfmoon Bay man says  there's no way he'll let the  regional district demolish his  house.  "Definitely, they're not going  to tear down that cabin," said  Teri Dawe. "A person becomes  deranged al that point."  The regional district has  issued a demolition order for  Dawe's waterfront cabin, which  was built without a building permit.  Dawe said he was simply  replacing an old cabin which  was on the property when he  bought it.  Like his neighbors, Dawe  said, his cabin has no road  access and uses an outhouse  rather than indoor plumbing. He  wanted to install a composting  toilet, but the regional district  was insisting that a septic field  be installed 600 feet uphill.  "They made it impossible lo  get a building permit," he said.  "It's a 400 square foot cabin  with cedar shingles, not some  4500 square fool vinyl monstrosity."  CLIP. SAVE  El BcreRRies Schedule  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Lun Langdale  6-0 am      2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:26pmM 6:20M  Lmvi Hortethoa Bay  7:30 am     3:30  9:30 M      5:30 pm  11:30        7:25M  1:15 pm    0:15  EARLS COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  LtavaEiriiCova  6:40 am      4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 0:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am  3:30 pm  7:35  5:30 M  9:30 M  7:30  11:30  9:20  (   ________   IWEfefENDER  _____���_���_________��� Coast News, November 29,  1993  news  Band slams province through media  by Nancy Moote  The provincial Minister of Aboriginal  Affairs says he understands the Sechelt Indian  Band's frustration over their land claim. But  they'll have to go through a newly established  treaty commission like everyone else, John  Cashore added.  "I don't want to say anything critical of the  Sechelt Band," Cashore said, but there are  197 Indian bands in B.C. and "in some ways,  every last one feels ihey have a case to be  made for getting at the front of Ihe line."  Cashore was responding to the band council's open letter lo Premier Mike Harcourt  published as a full-page ad in the Vancouver  Sun Nov. 20, at a cost of approximately  $20,000.  The strongly worded letter, signed by chief  Garry Feschuk and the four councillors, questions whether the NDP government is sincere  ly committed settling native land claims.  "We would consider il a charitable gesture  to describe your entire land claims policy as  only 'confusing'," the letter says.  '/ don't want to say anything  critical of the Sechelt Band'  -John Cashore  It goes on to accuse the government of  negotiating with bands which threaten militant action while ignoring those, like Sechelt,  which present moderate positions.  "If we had sued the Province or blocked  off the Sunshine Coast Highway, would we  today be being told to file our documents with  the Treaty Commission? We think not."  The band has a long-standing position that  its $70 million land claim should be a priority  because Ihe band has already achieved self  government and has submitted a detailed land  claim proposal.  Feschuk declined lo comment on the ad  last week, saying "We're wailing for  (Cashore's) response before we take any further action."  A major complaint of the band is that the  province is already negotiating with Iwo  bands outside of the treaty commission process. But Cashore said the two are special  cases. The Nisga'a negotiation in northern  B.C. predates the commission and the Nuu-  chah-nullh claim in Clayoquot Sound was put  forward for "interim negotiation" by a task  group of federal, provincial, and first nations  representatives.  The treaty commission opens ils doors on  Dec. 15.  WEDNESDAY ��� THURSDAY ��� SATURDAY  Lunch-Dinner  Lunch _ Dinner      Dinner Only  DELIVERY ��� TAKE OUT ��� DINE IN  4* 2*4*1 Pizza  There's only I number to call  DELIVERY ��� TAKE OUT ��� DINE IN  886-4*2*4*1  (tor)     (two)        (for)     (on*)  Gibsons Landing  281 Cower Point Road  Gambier Silkscreen 4 Gambier Bateau Mt  Bypass first step toward Coast |iighway |     ��m��wde_r*�� f**��<-  bviancobh  - --C--- GARAGE SALE  saXSay >  by Ian Cobb  To come out at Payne or to  come out at Henry - this is the  question.  The Ministry of Highways  and Transportation says it's anxious to begin phase two and three  of the Gibsons bypass, or the first  stretch of an eventual Coast highway, but thai they won't begin  Ihe sub $7-million project until  they're satisfied the residents of  Gibsons are satisfied.  In an attempt to find out  where ihe residents would rather  the bypass come out, at Henry  Road or Payne Road, the ministry hosted an open house detailing thc two options, Nov. 24 at  Cedars Inn.  About 175 people made the  effort to check out the options  and after a quick first review of  Ihe questionnaires filled out by  lhe residents, "it's looking almost  50-50," said ministry project  manager for the south coasl  region, Leagh Martell.  Yet, he said, the ministry still  has more information to sift  through and another meeting  with the Town of Gibsons and  S unshi^e Coast ^egiotiai Districl,  will be held and a network plan  will be detailed.  An announcement of. which  option is to be pursued will be  made in two or three weeks,  Martell said.  During the open house, ministry staff had several charts and  plans on display, detailing phases  two and three, the Iwo options  and a 1985-daled aerial photograph taking in an area from  Langdale to Pender Harbour -  with a dotted line showing where  a proposed highway (mostly following the hydro line) would  run.  SATURDAY  Nov. 271 Dm. 4^  Schedule of Events? P  %S/ffffffSff/SSSM.  to  PUP  BUD MONDAY-NFL Football ^^  ICE TUESDAY - Sports Pick  BC Ministry of Highways area manager Art Pop (left) and project manager Leagh Martell on hand  at a (iibsons Bypass open house Wednesday night in the Cedars Inn.      Joel Johnstone photo  Phase two of the project  details a highway realignment  around the BC Ferry terminal,  including an expanded parking  set up and a brake check spot on  Stewart Road for trucks "because  it's quite a sleep hill," Martell  said.  Phase three includes the completion of the four-lane highway  from Langdale to Stewart Road,  including a frontage road from  Gilmour to Keith Roads and half  a kilometre from Keith Road, the  highway will either branch down  Henry Rd. (option one) or Payne  Rd. (option two).  Should residents chose to  have the highway come out at  Payne Rd., near Gibsons Park  Plaza, the project will cost $6.6-  million and take in an area of 5.3  kilometres (from Stewart Rd. to  the highway).  The primary advantage of this  route, as noted by the ministry, is  "more direct access to Gibsons  business core," and Ihe primary  disadvantage is it would create a  "busy, four leg intersection at  Highway ,10,1/PrattRd," u  ... If the highway should come  out at Henry Rd., the project  would cost $6.9-million,  $300,000 more thanks to an extra  .3 kilometres of highway, yet, the  entire length of constructed roadway would be 5.2 kilometres,  with a kilometre less of arterial  construction.  The primary disadvantage listed by the ministry would be  "limited impact on Chaster Creek  and Agricultural Land Reserve  properly adjacent to Henry  Road."  The primary advantages  would be a belter grade and the  completion of a longer section of  four-lane highway.  Martell admitted the bypass is  the start of the establishment of  ��� "a corridor for future develop-  ' ment."  Yet, thanks to a drain on  .provincial coffers elsewhere,  'j Sunshine Coast residents won't  ! be seeing much more new highway construction for a while  after the bypass is built. As for  the eventual highway linking  Langdale and Egmont and more  realistically,  Langdale  and  Sechelt, Martell said, "I would  say that's sometime down the  way���maybe 25-30 years."  Ministry employee David Jea  said it's likely that the next phase  of the highway will have it run  from either Payne or Henry Rds  to Conrad Rd., near the Peninsula  Hotel.  i  s  CRIB WEDNESDAY - Game Time 7:30 pm  Bring Your Parlnerl  THIRSTY THURSDAY - 2 for I Prime Rib  5-8 pm  FRIDAYS - 15C Wings & Things  SATURDAYS - Hockey Night in Canada  SUNDAY - At Tlie Movies! Free Popcorn^ee  _  DAILY BEVERAGE SPECIALS!  Pub - Beer_: Wine Store  I 886-8215  jL Head of Gov't Dock* Gibsons Landing jfS  Classifieds...  They never stop moving.  885-3930or886-2622  Fate of Sechelt skating  rink remains mystery  by Darah Hansen  The ballots have been cast  and counted.  But no one yet knows what  the final results will mean to the  fate of the Sechell ice arena.  Sechelt administrator Art Lew  said Thursday, with the failure of  Ihe Nov. 20 regional referendum  regarding the arena, it will now  be up lo Ihe town's new mayor  and council lo determine how the  facility will be run.  Halfmoon Bay, Ihe only rural  area in Ihe SCRD lo vole in  favour of Ihe referendum, will be  given lhe oplion to jointly run  Ihe arena in cooperation with the  districl of Sechell, Lew said. He  said this option will likely mean  another referendum for Halfmoon Bay residents as Ihe cost  of running Ihe arena will "go up  substantially" without the financial help of the rest of the SCRD.  Lew said the arena, presently  funded by the district of Sechelt,  operates at a annual base of  $110,000 and has been running  in a deficit for years.  Meanwhile, Brett McGillivray, SCRD Roberts Creek,  said the failure of the referendum  shows a need to "rethink the  whole issue" of what sort of  sports complex coast residents  require and where it should be  located.  FPi r.vc -n/SPM SAT.DEC.n^PM  TuNShInE COAST MUSIC SOCIETY  ptvenu  YULETIDE MAGIC  featuring varum soloists with  The Soundwaves Orchestra  conducted By ��yn Vernon  The Soundwaves Chorus,  mducted6yCtystat'Un-%iW  Tzunami Ensemble  conducted by LynVtmon  RAVEN'S CRY THEATRE  wtt gitvim:Coastilm,ij,SaywariilBooty  UlOOgemraladmission StMl-.<r^_Mli%>oki  tw00SO>tSin'mi"s's",ims  Matoim.'ark  .TmZniUrll KjUctlonsMatStuih  Thia ad sponsored by Brad Robinson Contracting  Artwork by Ruby Buick ^^  RE-CHRISTMAS SAVINGS  MEN  ���*  Save $15.00  Canadian Made by MWG  100% Cotton Denim  .Sport .Shirts  Sale$30M Reg. $45.00  *ft  LADIES  Save 20%  Selected Fleece  Tops & Stirrup Pants  LA Seat Covers, Jantzen, & Adidas  From $_t9E0 Reg. $36.50  Save 40%  100% Cotton, Long-Sleeved  Crew Neck T-Shirts  Sale$11'7 Reg. $19.95  Save 20%  100% Crushed  Nylon/Jersey Lined  Adidas Warm  Up Pants  Sae*39*��  Reg. $49*95  **  *fc  Save 25%  Fleece Lined Jackets  By Seasons Sport  Sale $54���� Reg. $72.00  Save .50%  100% Cotton  Rugby Style Shirt  Long-sleeved, double collar.  Great value.  Sale$14*0 Reg. $28.95  Jewellery  30% OFF  His/Hers Bathrobes  OTHER IN-STORE  SPECIALS  Teny,V��laf&Silk  From  $6000  Sale ends December 5  Ask us about our layaway plan  t]*��andituj Clothing  262 Gover Point Rd, Gibsg_ja_T_in'i_^jj86j^6  ___���  mmimm_mm_m_m_m_m_m_m_M  }mm Coast News, November 29, 1993  opinion^  Backyard politics,  wasting of time in  time of waste  Government bungling of the hazardous waste issue has made  the headlines in the city papers recently it would seem. Minister  of the environment Moe Sihota has been taken to task for the  way in which hazardous waste proposals are approved by his  ministry. People say they weren't told about possible hazards of  a governmenl soil de-contaminator working for all intents and  purposes "in their back yards."  Sihota, in response has agreed that, "Yes, Ihe public has a right  to be fully notified and consulted on any such work in their  neighbourhood."  Well, all we can say is It's aboul time the government was  shamed a bit over the issue of toxic debris.  Unfortunately, a key issue in the toxic wasle debate i'or which  the government should be shamed is rarely mentioned. We're not  talking about leaking pulp mills or buried plutonium nor medical  garbage dumped at sea, we're talking about everyday household  toxic waste.  About two years ago, there was a provincial commission  formed of qualified individuals to look at loxic waste in BC and  ways of dealing with it. After much pondering, head scratching  and big pay cheques, this committee came up with something  called the 'haz-mobile," which was supposed to whisk briskly  about the province scooping up all the old paint, bug sprays.  cleaning solvents and other toxic stuff and distribute it among  eight secret toxic waste storage facilities located in various parts  of the province.  The idea was that all a municipality had to do was phone a  given number in the environment ministry, say they wanted the  haz-mobile to visit their fair community, and, with a snap of the  fingers, they would be added to the list. All the municipalities  then had to do was arrange for a pick-up site and inform their  residents of the scheme.  There was a fine degree of excitement throughout Ihe  province. 'Maybe fewer people would be dumping their used oil  and crap into the nearest ditch, or out in the woods,' thought the  municipalities, 'let's sign up.' Never mind that nothing really  was being done aboul the toxic waste, that it was merely to be  stored in someone else's back yard. Imagine, the bedlam that  would have erupted if it were discovered lhal one of the eight  super storage facilities was to be located here, maybe nestled  snugly at the foot of Mt. Elphinstone or something.  Yet something very strange happened al that point. It seems  that so many communities wanled the service that the government had to cancel it. That's right. The haz-mobile was too popular to work. The governmenl committee didn't foresee that,  strangely enough. So what then is the alternative? There is, two  yeans later, still no place to take toxic waste on the Coast. The  dump won't take it and there are no collection centres, nothing.  We aren't even allowed by BC Ferries to transport toxic waste  off the Coast in great quantities.  Now, stemming from the soil de-contamination fiasco, there  are rumours the government is organizing yet another well paid  committee to look al the problem ... odds are good they'll come  up with something like the haz-mobile until someone tells them  it's been tried.  There might be, however, a simpler solution, and it's not a  new concept. You make manufacturers responsible for recycling  the product they produce. Companies that profit by encouraging  the use of toxic substances should also help with the clean up ...  and in the long run, after the proper equipment is in place most  recycling is cost effective.  The down side to this scheme is that, with free trade, even  Canada's most noble corporate citizens will pack up for Mexico  at the first hint they might have to worry about their own messes.  So in effect, the problem will move to yet another back yard.  Decrying election  by acclamation  When local politicians are  elected by acclamation, it creates  problems for our community as a  whole. Acclamation is not  healthy.  Jim Gurney who was  acclaimed in Area E had nothing  to loose by making his untimely,  negative statement on the coast  wide arena funding referendum.  To put a statement in the paper at  a moment when it could not be  rebutted was less lhan low.  Mr. Gurney has single-handedly set back the process of coast  wide recreation by many years.  Any olher joint community projects will also suffer.  I sincerely hope in lhe next  election someone runs against  him. When a politician becomes  negative just for the sake of  being negative he has stayed on  too long. It is time for the voters  to boot him out.  Wouldn't it be ironic if that  boot had a skate blade on the  bottom of it.  WALTER TRIPP  Sechelt  Suspect claims  We recently had a fellow  come to our kennels espousing  the merits of pet foods called  TLC sold by Alphen International (he was selling these foods  door-to-door). One of the claims  he made was that these foods  have been Canadian Veterinaiy  Medical Association (CVMA)  approved. I have heard the same  story from some of our cus  tomers. However, in lhe November issue of Dogs in Canada (the  official publication of the Canadian Kennel Club), lhe CVMA  has placed a half-page ad refuting this claim and announcing it  has taken steps to have its logo  withdrawn from these products.  Since most pet owners are not  privy to this publication, but are  nonetheless concerned wilh  proper nutrition for their pet,  would you please draw public  attention to Ihis misinformation.  GORDON POLLOCK  Magus Kennels  .Sculpture challenge  Of particular interest lo the  Clayoquot crews of civilly disobedient stalwart few-too-many  who consider the responsibility  of preserving all growing things,  is the recent announcement of  the winning sculpture of the  prestigious Turner Award for the  Arts in England, Ihe amount to  the artist being a comfortable  $40,000.  The sculpture was a true-to-  life size plaster cast of an east  side London home which had  since been demolished and the  plaster cast left in its place. (The  plaster cast has since been  defaced and in a state of ruin  itself from local people who did  not appreciate the sculpture.)  Perhaps plaster casts of virgin  first-growth timber might be a  legitimate challenge, making a  similar statement to everyone  since the trees cast will themselves be gone when the forest is  demolished by Mac-Bio.  K. RECEVEUR  Gibsons Landing  Tennis no one?  I was shocked and disappointed this week to find our local  public tennis courts stripped of  nets and benches. I was even  more disbelieving when I realized the gates to the court were  chained and boiled. I was  informed il would stay that way  until March.  There is no other public facili-  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, cierity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunehlne Coaat Newe  Box 460  Glbaons, B.C.  VOH IVO  ly (to my knowledge) between  Gibsons and the Pender Harbour  High School. I have as yel not  received answers lo my calls as  to why this is necessary. Aside  from Ihe obvious one of weather  wear, I come up with none.  We hear so many catch phrases, today - the Healthy Community, Participaction, Run for  Your Life, elc. -1 think out communily is missing the boal. Sure,  it would be nice to have a recreation complex, bul in the meantime why not use what we have?  Everything does not have to  come lo a grinding halt when the  tourists leave. We do not all curl  up in front of our fireplaces for  trie duration. We live in a pretty  mild climate! Why not gel out  and enjoy it?  If you or your children or  your friends from the city like to  get oul on the courts on those  sunny crisp afternoons, please  call the Village Office at 885-  1986 or the Mayor's Hotline at  885-5360.  KIM CLARK  Sechelt  Rotary applause  Thumbs up to all Ihe hard  work done by the local Rotary  Club during the auction Nov. 13.  ll was a pleasure to be a participant in such a worthwhile local  charitable cause. At the same  time it was a greal form of advertising my business. Many thanks  to the community for their continued support.  CINDY BUIS  Owner, Showpiece Gallery  Britain's Winston Churchill, the dangerous social radical  The British wartime leader Winston Churchill is  a man variously seen by detractors and adulators.  He was, of course, the embodiment of John Bull  in a boiler suit thundering eloquent defiance in the  darkest hours of the Second World War at the  madmen of Hitler's Third Reich. In the race memory of much of industrial Britain he was the villain  who brought the army out to break the General  Strike of 1926. He was an historian of imperial  grandiloquence. He was an advocate of the use,  before the Germans used il. of mustard gas while a  cabinet minister during the First World War.  Churchill the Social Reformer is not, however,  one of his most familiar labels. Yet, this aspect of  one of the 20th Century's most remarkable figures  surfaced ihis year in the political life of his country, albeit in a negative context.  In 1906 the young Churchill, then a Liberal,  was the main mover in Ihe creation of a Wages  Council, the purpose of which was to protect the  workers of Britain from extreme exploitation.  This little known historical footnote came to  light recently when Churchill's successors in the  British Tory party abolished the council, in effect  removing the requirement of paying a minimum  wage.  It is sad commentary on the prevailing philosophy which governs Britain that this modest social  protection dating from the early years of the century is seen to be a bar to Britain's climb back to the  economic greatness which today's British Tories  still appear to believe possible.  _____  I-r  musings  john burnside  Nor is this the sole indicator of the reactionary  social views of Britain's governing party. A prolonged and bitter dispute over the ratification of  the Maastricht Treaty, which came close to defeating the Conservative government early this summer, was largely over the British government's  refusal to sign the Social Charter of Die treaty, a  relatively innocuous document which sought to  limit the hours of work, for example, lo 48 hours a  week.  Every other member of the 12-member European Community is an enthusiastic signator of the  Maastricht Treaty and the Social Charter. Only  Britain sees the way forward as refusing protection  for its labour force. In the words of John Smith, the  Labour Opposition leader, the Tory view of Britain  is of a 'sweat-shop economy.'  There is a certain sadness about Britain, the  country which gave the world the model of parliamentary democracy and was touted for leadership  in justice and care of its people - overstated per  haps - now being the undisputed leader in Europe  of advocating anti-worker measures.  The contradiction of cutting incomes and hoping for a consumer-led financial recovery goes  unexplored.  This will be familiar to Canadians. This is the  monetarism that informed Reagan and Thatcher  and Mulroney in Ihe 1980s. It did not lake hold in  Europe lo the degree we saw in Canada, the USA  and Britain. It is the infamous trickle-down economics of Reaganism in the States and  Thatcherism in Britain and which Brian Mulroney  so faithfully aped in Canada.  It involves a shift from direct to indirect taxation, from a progressive tax system to a regressive  tax system. In the former, people are taxed according to their ability to pay; in a regressive indirect  taxation world the burden of taxation falls unfairly  on the backs of those least able to pay.  The theory was the rich would, liberated from  their taxation burden, invest patriotically and cre  ate jobs for the less fortunate.  Unfortunately, Reaganism and Thatcherism  coincided with the rise of competitive labour  forces in the likes of Taiwan and South Korea and  the rich, when they didn't just consume and hoard  their lax windfalls, invested in multi-nationals  building factories overseas where people were  willing or constrained to work for a few dollars a  day.  Ah well, it's all history now. Reagan is gone;  Thatcher is gone; Mulroney is gone. Bul the hold  that Margaret Thatcher held over her party is not  entirely gone and it is still Britain's governing  party. So we have the intransigence of the British  over Europe and the Social Charter, so we have the  abolition of the Wages Council of 1906 brought  into parliamentary being by that dangerous radical,  Winston Churchill.  In the hearts of the Little Englanders who form  the backbone of Britain's governing party it is a  matter of no concern that their government is out  of step with all other elected industrial governments.  "We are heading back lo the 19th Century in  this country," one disconsolate Scottish university  student said to me recently.  In Britaiin the wages of the bulk of the population seem half what one could look for in Canada  and the cost of living twice as high. Still a minimum wage provision must be removed by a government for whom the Winston Churchill of 1906  is a dangerous radical in 1993.  COAST^NEWS  Subscription t.tes tor  the Coast Nesrs or the Wemk-ndee.  Ce-Mata*.- I year ��� $35 a $2.45 CST - $37 45  6 mon*. ��� $20.$I.40CST-$21.40  fUrttH 1 year ��� $40 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast News Is published on  the Sunshine Coast, B C every Monday by  Gleishrd tress M  Gibson, Office * S37 Craire lane  Boa 460, Cibsons, B.C.. 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Over the same weekend by  coincidence we in Canada, had a  Sunday morning program on  CBC radio they called  Trudeau's Children. This was  not, as il might have been about  Ihe further adventures of Justin  and his siblings, il was aboul the  people who were young in Ihe  Trudeau years and are now in  their early 30s.  The striking thing about this  program was the well remembered enthusiasm of all the people who spoke, for the man, for  Ihe time, and even for the political scene. They were after all, in  their mid leens in '68 when  Trudeau came in and il was the  age of flower power.  Looking back a generation  before Ihis there was certainly  nothing like il in my time, but  Ihen we had what we took to be  a typical Canadian in Mackenzie  King for our perennial leader.  There was a revolution of sorts  when I was still in my teens. It  was not seen as such at the lime  but it had large and lasting affect  and does to this day.  Always Ihe brighter young,  in a nutshell  the future leaders, going lo university, had majored in English,  History and Philosophy. In the  years 35/36 their younger brothers and sisters opted for the first  time for the social sciences:  Sociology, Political Science,  Economics and Psychology. In  Manitoba Ihis was very marked  and indeed embarrassed the university who had faculty for one  but not for lhe other to cover  these numbers. Possibly they  didn't appreciate it at the lime  but Ihis was going on in 35/36  all over the continent, a real  phenomenon it seems to me, that  has slill not been fully  explained.  The effect has been far reach-  ing and continues pervasive,  certainly in the schools, today;  and it took effect very briskly,  the war maybe being in some  ways helpful here. Friends coming back after the war to take up  the teaching jobs Ihey had had  before were often astonished to  find how much change there  was already solidly in place. It  was all on a social sciences  base, and an observation that has  been made in these days of con-  tinent wide questioning of  schools' policies is lhat the base  stuart nutter  difference between schools' policy now and then is that then il  was informed by philosophy and  now it is informed by psychology*  This has little to do with  classroom size or teacher's  salaries, but the problem as it  has been recognized here and in  the Stales and in Europe and at  an unprecedented conference in  Russia five years ago, is that  large, sometime overwhelmingly large numbers of students are  becoming unbearably bored at  an early stage.  Psychology was always  known as a part of philosophy.  Aristotle wrote about psychology. Psychology was only divided off as a separate disciple  about 150 years ago, in Scotland  I think.  Since then il has like many  academic disciplines expanded  hugely in all directions until  now, if you take it, you have to  decide to follow one or another  branch at the start of the second  year.  Philosophy in the same years  has lost a lot of ground as a university subject and it is possible  today lhat the average type  doesn't know really what philos  ophy is. A few years back our  premiere philosopher, George  Grant was offered the Chair at  McMasler, and he wrote Ihem a  masterful letter saying lhat they  no longer taught philosophy in  North American universities,  they taught a kind of history of  il, but that if they would change  the title to the Chair of Comparative Religions he would accept;  and so they did.  Whal is Ihe big difference  though between the two, philosophy and psychology? Briefly,  necessarily, and just taking a  stab at it, I would say that while  philosophy continues lo be the  pursuit of wisdom, while psychology, as a science, wants to  deal, or feel like dealing, or  appear to deal in certainties.  Pierre Trudeau was a  philosopher, albeit trained in  Paris at the Sorbonne. There is  -no way you could call Kennedy  a philosopher but his principle  speech writer and aide, Pierre  Salinger, was and is of a lively  philosophical cast of mind. This  did not account for the enthusiasm bolh inspired which was  due to a star quality they had,  bul I've always thought that the  open philosophical stance had a  lot to do with their continuing  strength.  At the end of the Trudeau's  children program there was one  who saw it as a generational  thing. She said something like:  we had the Just Society then we  had what you might call the Just  Do It period; now we would say  Just Watch Us. We'll be doing  that.  letters  Rotary thanks  On behalf of the Rotary Club  of Gibsons and the Rotary Club  of Sechelt, we wish to sincerely  thank all the generous sponsors  who so enthusiastically coh-'  iribuled over 250 ilems for oUr  third annual TV auction. Their  generosity and good community  spirit has once again enabled our  success.  We wish, as well, to extend a  special thanks to each and every  member of our community who  participated in the auction.  As a result of this enthusiastic participation, our Clubs have  raised approximately $26,000  from this production, all of  which will be fed back into the  community within a year.  Bursaries for students on the  Sunshine Coast, a deflbulator for  the ambulance service, a movie  camera for Ihe fire department  for training and investigations, a  large Community Services project, awards to many of our special citizens, donations to Ihe BC  Schizophrenia Society are just a  few examples of where these  funds end up.  We are already planning our  1994 program which we hope to  be bigger and better than ever.  Our sincerest thanks to you all.  STEVE D.SAWYER  President, Rotary Club of        Gibsons  CAM REID  President, Rotary Club of  SeChelt  Get it right  Letter to Mayor Small  In an article in the Nov. 22,  1993 Coasl News, you are quoted as saying, in reference to the  SPCA, that you were "concerned about the current state of  affairs al the animal shelter."  (SPCA targetted in petition,  council puts ball in SCRD  court.)  In an otherwise fairly balanced newspaper report, I can  only presume that you were  either wrongly quoted, or quoted  oul of context.  I say this because I know  thai you have a high regard for  the cause which Ihe SPCA services.  I write to you, not in the context of the unhappy relationship  between ourselves and some of  the shelter's close neighbours,  which, unfortunately doesn't  seem to want to go away, but in  defence of both the paid staff i  and the many many volunteers,  who have worked day in and day i  out at the shelter lo make it the '  success that il is. They have  done a superb job, and continue  to do so. They are a cheerful  happy bunch, who, when the  occasional barbs are aimed in  their direction, simply grin and  bear it.  So you will understand why  my defences have to go up when  their efforts are called into question. To quote a rather hackneyed phrase - we'll just have to  soldier on.  BERNARD McGRATH  President, SPCA  Sunshine Coast Branch  Editor's note: The story  referred to was inadvertently  altered in the editing process  and should have reflected that  Mayor Eric Small was worried  about losing the SPCA facility.  Vaudeville support  appreciation  The Driftwood Players would  like to thank all those residents  of the Sunshine Coast who supported Sunshine Vaudeville  1983.       .       .  This was truly a community  event bringing performers and  audiences from all over the  Coast together.  Sunshine Vaudeville 92  depicted entertainment from the  turn of the century; Sunshine  Vaudeville 93 took us to the end  of World War I; and next time  we present this type of community show, we'll be covering the  20s - so brush up on your  Charleston and join us.  We would like to thank all  those community minded people  who helped with this project.  We had a lot of fun doing it and  knowing that our community  appreciates us gives us a really  rosy glow.  Thank you, Sunshine Coasters.  NEST LEWIS  President, Driftwood Players  OPEN HOUSE  SATURDAY.   I   * 3 PM  # 44,5761 Wharf Rd., Sechelt $115,000.  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A NEW ALBUM BY JOHN MARIAN  "PULLING FOR THI WOODS"  "A Lyrical delight...', "Unique"  Holger Peterson, Stony Plain Records  "Cool Sounds Of  Coastal Country Jazz" from  "A man who's got something  worthwhile to say"  Darah Hansen, Coast News, November 4, 1993  Available Al; Sechelt: Radio Shock   ���   Scott's Music  Roberts Creek General Store  Gibsons Landing: Coast Books & Quay Works Shop  Gibsons: Sunnycrest Mall Dee Jay's Music  Madeira Park: Oak Tree Market  We're out to meet you!  Meet with John Cawkar on  TiiMday, December 7,1993  To arrange an appointment, call 666-7703  A Federal Business Development Bank representative  will be paying your community a visit In the next  few days. Call today and  COMMITTED TO YOUR SUCCESS  L. Buina. offra aa.  arrange an appointment  �� io discuss financing and  management services  (counselling, planning  and training).  ramrax Bai.ua...       IMaM tMtnla*  D.,.lopmaw*1 �����-,.   ie -M��.laap-aa�����it        CtUladS  _^^_______________---------------J-i  tV* Open House '-V  Wednesday, Dec. 1,7-9pm  Refreshments ��� Door Prizes  (Behind Molly's Reach)  Castaways  Furniture & Finery c-* Odds & Ends  Molly's Lane 886-2297  a>a>a>*a>a>a>a>a>  *������*+.  a>     ��       3?       *  iflffltri  ���������������������������  For that special gift.  So much to choose from...  Arts & Crafts ��� Imports  Beads ��� Beads ��� Beads  Toys ��� Candles  Herbs & Gift Baskets  Coffee & Home Baking  Open 7 days a week 886-078  Old Jewellery & Accessories  Silver ��� Glass ��� Furniture ��� China  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 886-0068  Come & see our selection of  new children's fashions, hand  made knits, wooden toys, baby  gifts, stained glass, handmade  Christmas ornaments  & stocking stuffers.  JB'S COSY CORNER  Open 7 (Idi-s a week ��� HH(y-2\ll  DECEMBER IS  CUSTOMER  APPRECIATION  MONTH  AT DANIEL'S  709 Hir.HW  Hours  MONDAY    SATURDAY  WATCH FOR  DETAILS IN THIS  WEEK'S EDITION  OFTHE  WEEKENDER  _m  mmmmmmmmm  wmm Coast News, November 29, 1993  Retirement Income...  ��� How do you get the most from  your pensions & savings at retirement'  ��� How do you find out which RRSP  income options arc best for you?  Uwre net K. Oumbcry CU  ^^^^^^^^^      For Professional  ru aTcdcdc     Retirement Income Planning  LHAMBfclto CaU 886-9111  H����NI��6  IIIVKII  Plight of Coast provincial parks explained  We Sell Newsprint Roll Ends  Various sizes, $5 and $10 each  8862622 Of 885-3930  by Roxanne Gregory  Winter camping on Ihe Sunshine Coast will be restricted  this year as BC Parks closes the  gates to Roberts Creek provincial park, and to all camping  sites but one at Porpoise Bay.  "Even though the gates are  up, Ihe parks are not closed,"  says BC Parks area supervisor,  Al Jenkins. "People are free to  walk or cycle in them They jusl  can't take their vehicles with  ihem."  The only open camping area  is a group sile al Porpoise Bay  which can accommodate up to  six recreation vehicles.  "We will be providing minimal services such as toilet facilities, but there is no water, and  Ihe only firewood is located in  the firewood corral. People will  have to walk to it, if they wanl  lo use the wood. Wc expect self  contained camping units to  bring their own wood from  home," said Jenkins. Only  overnight-camping facilities are  affected, day-use areas are still  Serv ing the Sunshine Coast since 19*5  Writ Coast %zw$  .f_UWw- la qifc-ia- t. C.  Btr-lnj iht Growi*.  IumUm Com  New Municipal Hall  is opened at Sechelt  Firemen   Scouting shows  greater progress  When S��cheH'�� new mum*  tipai hall wu opvnt-d at an  oflfcial i-cr.rn.ony .Salurday afternoon four lentr-timis won  ���pUnafd when Julie Steel..  ���real-irindd-uxlm-r of T 3  Cuok J.P. one ot thi- nriKii..il  ownm nf lud comprMnf llie  preterit village, cut the ribbon  ���ymbolUini the opcnin* of the  lull.  .-Ernie Pwir*t>n wai master of  ceremonlt-i for the opening and  cloat to 300 per*-*--..-, watched  thc ceremonies.  A painting. probai.lv one ot  the flrat ever painled ot the S*.  ehrlt area wu presenter! tt.f  Sectwlt Village Cnmmition by  Geoffrey Whitaker, grcul-  jtrund-o- ot the painter who  IP 1��B (tepictert the *poi un  whirl, stood the tint po��t office, the tclrfraph offce jch-.d  m-vn and hotel. Thi* picture  will lung in the municipal office at it reminder to tha com  mlviunerj of the progrcH Sechelt has nude aince that time  The builillng depicted in thi*  painting wu dutroyed by (ire.  ('.apt. Ham Dawe received the  painting on behalf ot the village end lw thanked lhe Whit  after family lor the glft~-what  k now ��� pncelna relic of old  eVckell,  After the hall had been de*  elarra open officially Mr. Pear-  eon  preaenled the cnmmiuiian  ���wiih a finely made gavel, mid*  bv Mr* Ted Cook  -_��i-n  H came   time for  tbe  i* airman   of  III*  eommifion  Mrs    Christine    Johnion    in  rnrke a   few renmrka   I'-rlofc  turning on power to Sechelt i  II   Mreet   lighu.   she  quoted  *��� .ii Ihe Bible anil keoping hir  rk�� brief laid   .tet ihere  ht"  And   lo   think,   n  -   attMipliihiratni-i of  ���-. -��PC   Bee*  M.iiinn Ntini:-j COWWl piuniit  |i.u>c>' juvirol .liUMcal number*  Ai nuc.-tf inured the hall  thi'v signed >. book end n-deil  ihi ytjar in which ihey Miti*.i  in this dislricl Tho iwuk will  lx kept along with an album  nf old piclurc*. bring prepared  by Mr* S Dawe and will be-  CQRte part o[ Sechelt archives  Pn-ai'lmg  at  lhe urn* WW  Mr. T OAnrno. Mn. J Parker. Mrs. I Gilbert .��nd Mm  Linnic Nickaon  Tei wni con*  Debate TV  vs. children  Aspects of U'lfviiiun as it  concerns your childrwi wa* the  subject al a buzz session under  i.-e leadership of Mrs. J Warn  .11 the Robert* Creik PTA last  Wednesday.  Four topics discus.-k'il were  A TV ael or noi a TV set:  watching jour children controlling hours an_ program*,  preferred ind noi preferred  programs and T-V md chli*  rrr s reading  11 wan generally agreed  there were sonic good children ��� programs, Rich a* cow*  boy plays. Ui��ney WuU-rlunri  Travelogues and many others,  and that the more undenrable  plays come on   us-iially. at  a  TV  lair hot.       Children   ul ,*,rl..  hnve  pour rating habits   Eyes  are  affected and children  gel  i'"j little exert lie TV ki i r>-  the family it ",.ini( and contrary to eNpoctatKans, _*���> read*  log  inUr*"    ha"- ideate  wr - *.'  W K Berry nnd  "r�� s* Dawe and served by  the S-rclu-ll Girl Guidcii under  the dirufllon nl Caplain Etlu-I  Weiker  Mauiy old timer* were in lhe  cruwd including Mr. and Mrs.  W Allen Mrs. E E Redman,  Mrs WB Billingslcy, Misi  Amelia James, Mr. and H"  WJ Mayn*. Mr ond Mrs. W.  Yuungson and many others  Our thoughts went out to  many other pioneers who huve  l.,'i!*iil ur. who would have en  I'ned this day, such as Ma and  Willie Thomson. Jo,. Martin.  A E. Gmower Mr and Mrs.  R.C. Keen, lhe Gregory Allen's  Mrs J Woollalt. noi (urgctting  Al Jatkon of Wilson Creek wliu  ���(aula have been nn ti.tn-t to  ���ay Hello to so many ol hit  friend*!  Brownies  get awards  On Thursday lhe district  cummin, oner of Girl Guides.  Mrs Sergani, presented Golden Bar awards and Service  Stars to four Brownies of the  Port Mellon Pack They were  Carol Enemark, Joanne Fer-  gtuen, Maureen Forahner. and  Anneli Wert At the ceremony  were Mrs J. Strayhorn ind  Mrs E Prvu.ii Captain and  lieutenant of the Port Mellon  lit Guide Company: Mr.' Man-  ion, badge secretary and Mrs  C Grahori godmother tn the  Brownjei 'Mn T Enemark  and Mr  K  West  On  Nov   'it. in lhe ubsc'iir  uf   Mr-    Sergnni. ihe   dutnet  commimoner   Mr*  Strayhorn,  amain ||| Port    -Hon Guide  u��y ear- new rt-  and  protest  party line  Requesl that lhe firehall be  put un ,n privtate telephone line  .md nni fit u party line will be  made by tht Village Comml**  -ion il was decided at Tues*  tiny night's meeting. r "  Reason for Ihe request was  the result of a complaint by  Fire Chief Feeny who Mid effort* lo find where fires were*  when tlie .siren sounds were  frustrated because party lint  plioncrs refused tn get oft the  line so It could be cleared.  Fire Chief Feeney proposed  thut lhe Village Communion  investigate the possibility ol  buying an Air Force tire truck  now un ihe market through  Crown Assets Corporation.  Cost hid down in Gibsons  would be in the vicinity of  si duo and aeci.j-ding to the fire  chief would be an cxellent buy  for the village because thc  five-ton truck lx fully equipped  except (or how.  Considerable disc union followed m wider fire protection  Covering area* outside the village with the fire chief and  Cnpt John Bunyan taking part.  Plans are apparently under  way for an intensive drive lo  gel the outside areas into a  lire protection nrhemi-  The commission at the re*  qucat "t the firemen will pur  chase ��� sp-.ee heater for the  upper room in lhe firehall Attendance at the firehall meel-  ���ngs has improved conaiderab.  ly the fire chief reported  Accounts totalling* SUS 72  were checked and ordered paid  Ot Hii* total. 130 00 was for  road* and MS 79 for water  Building permits lo alluw  W Hendnckson and L Pelront  to build a 31.din esti-ruinn io  their houi*' also a ITS lean to  on their boat * .rk.- waa p..*te-.  Mr.      KME     Ifatcrife    w  With more than 100 Scouts     S R   McKJl.bln   and  Mr. aak  ond Cubs present and at least  another 100 more parents and  friends, the Sunshine Cuaat Boy  Scout Association annual meet*'  Ing In Roberts Creek hall re*  elected Its slate of .officers  unanimously.  Lome Blain, as nominating  committee ottered Magistrate'  Andy Johnston as district president, Harold Wilson ai vice-  president, Wes Hodgson as secretary and Edward Henniker  ns treasurer. All were elected  unanimously It was alio recommended lo lhe provincial  headquarters lhat John Woud  continue as commissioner.  Thc executive, also chosen  unanimously will Include Hr.  Chamberluln, Don Macklam. 5.  Johnson. S  Butler. Mr  Frigon.  WI bazaar  report given  Th. Nova-mbtr rm-elinB et  Ih. Woman a litatltul. WW held  at the home uf Un. Harry  Winn lo hear th. report of on.  of th, moat auccnea-ul annual  bataatf a hold ao fu.  Mn. Corletl outlined Ihe .liner*-*- hy air of C.nada a Wl.  delegate, to Ceylon, .topping  over In Pan. Geneva Ronae.  Karachi .nd B',mb.a arriving  in Columbo on Dee 4 From  Rome . tnur ta planned of (he  Holy Land .nd Jeruaalvm  Following th. buainet. aa��  .ion, Mr. Hadganri. In a dem*  onalration of gift wr.pplni  ..Id gift wrapping laaday ,a hig  biuin.a. 8a*aaaH-- ' ' a*. .1*  irte.1* .,*.  Mr.. O   Dubol..  The nu.linn wat intrmata  and Cub. In Ihe Sunagatae  lhat there ate now 160 Scaag-  Coaat Aaaociation and _.  there would be plenty moat t  leader, would step fiil*a_  and help orgnnize other Iroa-f.  of Scouta and Cuba. It wuaa.  nouncetl that Gibaona wu aaa.  point where . troop of Seeaaar  could be organized immetli-m  ly if o acoutmneter could far  found.  Les Way provincial pta*.  dcnl apohc lo Ihe boys and fJT  ent. urging Ihem nn lo baaj**  .nd Letter lileol. in Scouxatg*  generally He alio aave aaw  iRcidenu connr-cteil with :a��  World Jamboree held in bar-  cm Canada laal year. He m_a*  . alrong oppcal for more Its**  erahlp for Seoul, and Cub. aatat.  appeal, il to -.TOup. lo gei A  and help out The rcwug hr  aaid would be Ihe knowledge o��  doing aaamething toward. Mb  betterment of the commutang  Award! were preaenled ft  service beyond Ihe line of -ggf*  and Glbaam. ScouU. IM Bat*  eru Creek Cub Pack. WAaeB-  Cml 8e. ScouU and (at Mr.  chelt Cub. were honor-.) m_.  a apecial mention going t. _  Port Mellon group, orgugag.  a abort while only.  Jule. Mainil. for Iht Kla-V  Is club received a ch.rttr Ira  Kiwuii. club which aptatMK  Iht Cibsons Scouta Mr. Ifea.  rold of Robert. Creek aaa  ���wrrileri . 3(1 year Scout tat  vie. mealal by the DcwM���  Scouting heade-iiartera. Ihraaaga.  Lw. Way, Ih. pre.ld.nt of It  Manilla and Cuba.  Mr. Way aaid neat jm  would be the lubilaw yaaa aaa  Ih. dirth of BaaknaPuwth ���  ot Scouting in Care*.  unrestricted.  District Manager Drew  Carmichael saya that historically  the parks have been left open  and basically unattended during  the winter months.  According to Carmichael,  during the past two years there  has been an increase in vandalism and inappropriate use of  parks on the Sunshine Coast.  The vandalism of picnic tables  and signs is expensive lo repair  and an inconvenience to spring  campers.  Carmichael says both  Robens Creek and Porpoise Bay  have very limited legitimate  usage during Ihe winter months,  and the closures to vehicle (raffle and camping are a cost saving measure.  "A number of times when we  have inspected those parks during the winter months we have  found transients living there."  he said. "People who have  scrounged building materials  and built themselves a shelter  while they are trying to find  work, or if they are between  jobs ... We don't have the manpower to control those sites during the winter," said Carmichael.  Anti-poverty activist Donna  Thomas questions the effectiveness of closing the gates to prevent homeless people from living in the parks.  "Unless they have a car, they  are going to get in there anyway," she said. Sometimes it's a  gibsons notes  desperate situation and we do  have a housing crisis on the  Coast. There are some people  who are forced to live in their  cars. If they are in a provincial  park, it's going to be safer for  them. At least they have a place  to build a fire, they're close lo a  highway, and there is usually a  phone nearby if they get sick."  Thomas said if the parks are  closed, those in need of a place  to live will end up sleeping in  the bush.  "I'd be interested in seeing  the numbers of homeless people who have been living in the  parks," she said.  "I don't see how it's going to  be a cost saving measure, if BC  Parks isn't going to provide  wood, or water, or toilet maintenance anyway. Are they going  to stop inspecting them?"  Thomas isn't the only one  concerned about the Parks closures.  One Sechelt resident said  "The parks are for the people.  First they close them in the winter. The next thing you know  residents will only have access  for three months during the  year."  Currently the parks are open  and managed by independent  contractors, "permitees," between mid-April and mid-October.  Davis Bay resident Hartley  Hughson has started a petition  asking BC Parks to keep the  parks open during the winter.  Gibsons RCMP detachment Sgt. Rick Sargent reported to Gibsons  Council, Nov. 16, that officers from his detachment responded to 430  calls during the monlh of September and 445 in October. He said he  anticipates 420-4S0 for November.  "It doesn't seem to be slowing down like it historically should in  the fall," Sargent said, adding, "Persons offences are up SO per cent  over the past few years,"  Parking approval  Council agreed to follow town administrator Dan Legg's recommendations on approving a reduced on-site parking standard fbrSt.  Bartholomew's Anglican Church. .  This will be achieved by supporting a development variance permit reducing the required on-site parking for church use and varies  zoning bylaw provision 1504(2)(b), requiring sites to be adjacent  before parking can be shared.  Also, he recommended council support a parking agreement,  through a restrictive covenant, between the church and the Women's  Institute Hall.  Eveiything 172 Price *  One day only  Saturday, Dec. 4th  9-5pm  ��� except undergarments  & accessories  Cowrie St.  885-2916  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  Institution for your advertising dollar.    ,  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11,1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  0040 14.8  1150 11.2  1615 13.3  2335 2.4  Fri Tlma Hl-at  0130 2.9  0855 15.5  1450 10.3  1915 12.2  0210  0935  1550  2015  I   REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  |  Pacific Standard Tim*  For Staarakurncriiak Narrow. MU  1 hr. 40 mio, plut 5 min. lor aaach h.  ol IJM awd 7 mln. lor men ft. of laal  TM* T-aMM Sporaorad by  ' Pender Harbour's Only  Full line Sporting Goods Store  hw  ���   '-  * s..*.aa��  ________________ news  Sunshine tips scales in SCRD favour  by Ian Cobb  Relieved of its load of trash,  a transport truck wheezes to a  stop on the scales.  The driver is given a slip of  paper from the landfill attendant  and Ihe Iruck rumbles off the  scale and out of Ihe dump.  Because of a ministry of  environment demand, the Sunshine Coast landfill was forced  lo install a scale to monitor the  amount of incoming solid waste.  This isn't something unique  as most dumps across the  province either have or will  have scales in the near future.  Whal is unique aboul Ihe  dump scale at the Coast's  regional landfill is that it's powered by the sun.  When Ihe scales were  installed, the Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD) was  faced wiih either having lo  channel electricity from the  powerlines, located well down  the road from the dump, or  come up with another way of  powering the scales and computer that disseminates the  information culled from them.  The electrical option, said  SCRD solid waste coordinator  Cathy Kenny, "would have been  quite a costly exercise."  Because of the expense of  hooking up electrical power, the  SCRD tapped into the experience of superintendant of public  works Seig Lehmann, who has  installed solar-powered energy  units at pump stations in the  past, Kenny said.  The result was an eight solar-  paneled unit that sits atop the  attendant shed beside the scales  and since they were installed in  early July, they've worked with-  Bike path  could be  ready  by spring  by Darah Hansen  Don't let your pedals gel  rusty this winter, the Sunshine  Coast just might have the beginnings of a bicycle path ready by  springtime.  Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) chair Peggy  Connor said Thursday with the  passing of the bike trail referendum, Nov. 20, the SCRD is  ready lo go ahead with more  concrete plans lo construct the  long-talked about path.  Connor explained the next  step to be taken by the SCRD  board will be to form a committee thai will survey Ihe area,  from Langdale to Halfmoon  Bay.  That step will likely be taken  in the new year.  Connor said plans for the  path could include a separate  walking area in order lo avoid  possible accidents between  pedestrians and cyclists.  The referendum regarding a  bike path on the coast passed in  four rural areas in the SCRD.  Area E, Pender Harbour/Egmont  did not vole.  A total of $100,000 per year  will be raised in taxes in order to  fund Ihe construction and mainlenance of the path.  Connor said the regional dislricl will also be seeking a gram  from lhe provincial governmenl  lo aid Ihe communily projecl.  Coast News, November 29, 1993  Come in and see  the New Look  at 2nd Look Boutique  Celebrate the season in  "STYLE"  2nd Look Boutique  Where fashion is affordable  5600 Hwy. 101, Sechelt 885-3132  PASTIMES  Solar panels atop the shack at the regional landfill outside Sechelt provide power weigh scales, a  computer and a telephone. Joel Johnstone photo  out a hilch.  "I've been really pleased,"  Kenny said of the energy and  cost efficient set-up.  As for whether or not the  Sunshine Coast is sunny enough  to keep a solar powered operation going, landfill attendant  Cyril Perpete pointed out the  panels use sunlight to charge  batteries that are kept inside the  shed.  "If it's not sunny it still  charges a certain amount," he  said.Kenny said the real test will  come in "the low light months"  (December to February).  "Hopefully we'll have  enough power," she said,  adding, "even wilh snow, the  batteries will charge a little bit."  In case of snow or prolonged  thick cloud cover, the system is  designed to accomodate a gas-  powered generator.  .'Kenny said it cost  under  $10,000 to install the solar system. That figure doesn't factor  in the scales or the computer.  "It was a considerable savings (over bringing in a power-  line)," she said.  To bring hydro-power up the  road to the dump, "I'm assuming it would have cost $50,000  or more," she said.  ��\  5496 Trail Rd., Sechett  885-9309  r.  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CHECKERS  VCUlMl^OOmU  etbiMi UNflhig ��� ������������0107  N..  .**���*���* 1993  M  t  w  m  F  S  s  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  We reserve the right lo limit quantities W�� (Mcop't I  Check eel evr many un��lv*rtlt��- specials.  iavim  __M Coast News, Novemaber 29, 1993  COUNTRY CHARMERS  Adult & Children's Classes  Evening Workshops  Tues., Wed. & Thursdays'  for more info 885-9616 5652 Cowrie St.  education  OIBSONS  CHBISTUN BOOKS  ^  2A-747 NORTH RD..  GIBSONS  Store Hours:  Mon. - Sat. 11-5  Fri. 11-7 Ph:8a*H748  Gifts for  every member  of the family  Huge .Selection  of Christmas  CD's and Cassettes  Csa-iiss-UUmt  Giftware, Novelty Items.  School trustees proved Ihey  weren't aboul lo coasl through  Ihe last meeting of Ihe current  board Nov. 23. Instead, the  trustees spent Iheir last evening  in discussion over everything  from Ihe recent government  announcement on Ihe Year 2000  program lo Ihe draft policy on  having condom machines in  high school washrooms.  French Immersion  A policy on French Immersion was passed by the board  which says il will maintain Ihe  enisling French Immersion program and will establish Intermediate French Immersion "when  sufficient enrolment, suitably  qualified staff, adequate facilites  and available financing make  such programs viable."  A policy supporting "global  education" including "concerns  for human rights, the environment, peace and ihe need for a  sustainable future" was also  passed.  Announcement  Trustees and adminstration  discussed possible  impacts of ihe re- _____  cenl government  announcement on  changes lo lhe educational system.  Most felt that  much of lhe Year  2000 program was  still supported by  the announcement,  although "in a cou-   _______  pie of places the  government has gone a bit too  far," said Bob Johnstone, superintendent.  "Is it really a provincial issue  if in grades 4 to 7 kids have letter grades or don'l have teller  grades?" he asked.  Of most concern to the  trustees was the lack of any  'In a couple of  places tbe  government bas  gone a bit  toofar'  -Bob Johnstone  mention of school boards and  local school districts in the government document.  "Is Ihere in fact a role for  community any longer?" asked  __________   trustee Shawn Cardinal.  Meanwhile, Ihe  school board will  write to Ihe education ministry lo  request extra funding  for  special  needs students. In  the announcement,  ________   the  government  specified that extra  funding  will   be  available  "immediately" for special needs.  Condom Machines  Trustees also debated Ihe  draft    policy   on   condom  machines, now going oul for  comment lo schools and parents.  According to the draft policy,  the board will permit either  ALL SALES FINAL ��� NO COUPONS  HOURS: ,-vlon. Tues, Wed. & Sat: 9:30 am-6 pm, Thurs & Fri: 9:30 am-9 pm, Sun: 11 am-5 pm  installation or removal of condom machines after receiving a  requesl from a parent advisory  committee, provided lhat the  "majority" of parents are consulted and there is also consultation wilh students.  Under the draft policy, the  board itself will also not be  responsible for buying, installing, or slocking ihe  machines.  In discussion Tuesday night,  some trustees felt Ihe policy was  too vaguely defined. "Where is  the board's involvement in  Ihis?" asked trustee Maureen  Clayton. "How is (the majority  of parents) defined? Whal does  il mean?"  Others, like trustee Shawn  Cardinal, fell Ihe policy  "enhances long-term student  decision making."  A final policy has not yet  been approved by the board.  New  program  brings  together  band  parents.  teachers  by Jane Seyd  With the latest governmenl  pronouncements on the Year  2000 program, communication  between parents and schools is  a hot topic in education.  At Sechelt elementary  school, it's also the subject of a  tifcw experimental program with  lhe goal of bringing the school  and parents from the Sechelt  Indian Band closer together.  Elementary school principal  Karen Stepheffensen and  Sechelt Indian Band educational co-ordinator Trent Dixon  have spearheaded tbe project.  Under the program, parents,  students and teachers will meet  together four times between  November and April, instead of  the usual one or two times at  reporting period.  Meetings will also be longer,  more involved, and perhaps  most importantly, don't have to  take place at the school.  For some parents, school is  slill an intimidating place, says  Stepheffensen, starting with bad  memories of residential schools.  For many working people,  "the hours of school operation  don't always allow parents to  be involved," she adds.  By allowing leachers to go  to Ihe band office or to students' homes, the program has a  chance lo meel parents "on their  turf," says Stepheffensen.  "Instead of always asking  Ihem lo come to us, we want to  go lo them."  On the band's part, "We  want to have a better working  relationship with the schools,"  says Dixon.  "We have lo work as a team  lo educate our sludenis."  He adds the program will be  a chance for parents and teachers lo discuss students' success  as well as problems.  Right now, he comments,  "when ihe phone call goes  home it's negative mosi of the  time."  The program is aimed at students in grades four to seven,  because "transition from elementary to high school is really  critical," said Stepheffensen.  Dixon says if the program is  successful, he hopes the next  step will be to continue al the  high school level.  Cunenlly, the high drop-out  rate for native students is a concern of parents, he says.  Parents of aboul 60 students  will be involved in the program.  The provincial governmenl  has also granted $2,000 for  teacher release time to meet  with parents.  Stepheffensen says if Ihe  program is successful, it could  become a model for all staff and  parents in the future. Coast News, November 29, 1993 9  Gibsons Park Plaza  HOMETOWN  PRVIID  SECOND  ANNIVERSARY  SPECIALS  <F  $*~       _   iit_-te\ VC*_  SECOND  ���ANNIVERSARY  SPECIALS  V  i*s*r"  .dSrV__.  ^  rf%J%  holiday Co*^  fe  Holiday  Snack Values  Nalleys Bulk Dippers  227 g bag  Nalleys Chip Dips  Assorted varieties  Nalleys Pretzels  225gbag  La Suprema  Nacho Chips  Gold & plain  La Suprema Salsa  mild ��� spicy ��� hot, 250 ml  ' "liny.".";"!! ��� lly'!ll��Ull:l��,U^ll!iB����Wa  2/200  2/300  2/200  2/500  2/500  Anniversary  Savings from  Kraft  Kraft Singles  16's, 24's, 32's, light  Kool-Aid Koolers  Assorted varieties  Jello Pudding Snacks  Assorted varieties  Stove Stop  Stuffing Mix  Jello Pudding Snacks  Assorted varieties  Stove Top Stuffing Mix  Pork ��� chicken ��� turkey  Kraft Peanut Butter  500 ml. assorted varieties  Jello Jelly Powders  Assorted variety  IGA Brands:  Name Brand  Quality, IMo  Name Prices  IGA Bleach  3.6 L  2/gOO  2/p6  2/396  2/3OO  IGA Chicken Rice Soup 2/XOO  2/p8  IGA Onion Soup Mix   ^J56  2/3OO  IGA Dry Cat Food  ikg  �� ^ ��... ,,.  IGA Foilwrap   i  18" x 25 ft.  IGA Coffee  300 g pkg.; reg, fine, ex. fine  10 oz  IGA Vegetable Soup  canned, 10 oz.  Produce  Green  Pepper  Washington #1  Russet  Potatoes  2��*.99,  10/kg  2H��.99  1.10/kg  .���:v.v^v:.:.:*.*:.::*:.>:-:-:v;v::o:*-v:*:*:*:v>:v:*:*::*:*:v:v:*.'':v:*:*:*:  IGA Bathroom Tissue  2 Ply  m*m*mm*^*!^^?f*!Z!^W^^^^^ZZ��F*��^Z��  Great Values  from  Dairyland  Dairyland 900g Cheese    9/1%  mild ��� medium ��� old ��� Mozza mm\M att  Dairyland 2 L Ice Cream 09H  assorted flavours mm    ��  Dairyland Cottage Cheese 2/Q00  regular ��� 2% ��� 500 g _#  NEW! Dairyland  Grapefruit Cocktail     2/950  NEW! Hawaiian Punch 2/900  3's; 250 ml mt  Pacific Milk 2/Q00  385 ml tJ  IGA Bathroom Tissue 2/180  2 ply A  MM.. ..m..<mwj,M  Bakery  8" Pumpkin Pies 2/fZ00  Back attached m_9  Plus! Pie-a-Rama  Lemon, Coconut & Chocolate "4"  Cream Pies, 8" mm    ..  Deli  Roast Beef  With or without garlic  Black Forest  Ham  Salami  Cervelet  ���������-  -�����<���   ^mm,  ���mmmmmmmmmmmmemmmmmm  Many more specials available in our weekly flyer.  _��MMI 10       Coast News, November 29, 1993  We're more than just tires.  TUNE UPS  Is your can  1. Burning Excessive Fuel?  2. Running Poorly?  . 3. Polluting the Environment?  ��� Call 886-2700 for an appointment!  ffflT!  P   Coastal Tires  __>> >���eB,..k,..,,���, ���* U,,���,  ^   I      >.������ I,., .,ii,    ,..iu.,i IHII   I -NDSIiii.   I  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Sheet ��� 885 2526  Friday & Saturday, Dec. 3& 4  $ STEVE LAU J3  TBB ESMS MRS CIWI1T  Of IN SUNDAYS 12*4/ tUMCHiS MOM. * HI. 11*2  N��3t�� Genual Meeting  Mon Dec 20  Crib  limthp,tim  Bingo  n-w.,;*-  MeatDraw  Imykkittoylpm  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��� 886 2411  Friday & Saturday, Dec. 3&4  NIGHT MOVES  Corn Beef & Cabbage Buffet  $8 JO (SenJon $7.30) 5.3P7.30 PM  OPEN SUNDAYS 11 ��� 9 ��� KITCHEN OPEN MON- FRI. 11 - 6  Next General Meeting  LkamMnlin) Tim. Dk. 14  Darts        Crib  M7:Xfm\   SHI put  Sat Meat Draw  bmy Saturday 4 pm  *���*��-���  community  george In gibsons  by (.eorge Cooper  The Vancouver Sun makes  much of ils 'fisher' for lhe common word fisherman. The newspaper reports the change was  made in a staff conference. Even  copycatted by Ihis weekly.  Fisher, fisherman - a great lo-  do to eliminate any gender in our  language. A tawdry decision it  seems to me. And now the language police demand we use  councillor for the weather-beaten  word alderman. All this is so  superficial. Why not change all  words with the syllable 'man'?  Would thai be too much lo per-  sonipulate'.'  Now if ihe Sun would pay  some attention to conventional  spelling, il might gamer sympathy from a fossil like me. A file  of clippings from lhal newspaper  revealing spelling errors grows  daily. Peak for pique, for  instance. Assent for ascent for  another. And in simple spelling  these samples: priviledge, pur-  suade, laiden for laden, and in  grammar laid for lay, 'lime for  bolhe he and I to do..., (a common affectation among the supposedly educated.)  More staff meetings dear Sun.  And while we are shaking the  Sandy Sagert, with her 'Calico Ribbon and Lace' home made crafts, at Sunnycrest Mall Saturday.  Merchants and craftspeople are beginning their Christmas push with craft sales and special events  scheduled throughout the month of December. J��l Johnstone photo  disapproving schoolmarm (oops)  forefinger at those careless Sun  reporters we will beg them to use  more simple or is it 'simplistic'  words. And enjoy one from our  own weekly; namely, a headline  'Murrelet Chic' which may have  implied Ihe latest fashion in bird  feathers.  Schools  Langdale Elementary's choir  performs at Molly's Reach the  evening of Dec. 13 "lo pul ...  Chrislmas in your heart."  Gibsons Elementary held Ihe  election of a student council on  the same day as many adults and  parents voted for a 'new' government of Canada.  Representatives elected are  Sarah Tikkancn, Kristie  Kavanagh, Brandy Sylvester,  Sean Dubeau, Sonia Under, Kyle  Zimmerman, Ashley Holt, Thea  Small, Alicia Hall, Patrick Nesbitt, Claire Errico, Gregory Car-  withen, Chrissy Hazard, Douglas  I.umley and Jeannic Bryhn.  Both schools collect certain  grocery store tapes as a fundraiser. Do send in those (apes with  your school pupil or a pupil you  know.  ><     CLIP   'N'    SAVE     >^  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  SPECIALIZED  MOVING  SERVICES!  ��� Custom packing  & crating  ��� Specialists in moving: PIANOS, ORGANS,  OFFICE EQUIPMENT, etc.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local t Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS   l���;.HdROT_S"'    886-2664  Volunteer centre gets  funds to aid seniors  The Volunteer and Information Centre is pleased to  anounce that funding for a two  year period has been granted by  Health and Welfare Canada's  Seniors Independence Program  to expand and enhance the Vol-  It pays to  advertise in the  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  unteer Drivers Program.  The new program will offer  seniors transportation lo medical  and olher essential appointments, friendly telephone calls,  gardening assistance and income  tax preparation assistance.  These services will be provided by trained volunteers and  thc program will be administered by a paid coordinator.  The new program will be  called Seniors Volunteer Services and will be available to the  public in early 1994. For more  information call the* Volunteer  Centre at 885-5881.  V  Shop Gibsons this  Christmas and Get ^  an Interest Free x  Loan up to $1,000,,\  No Payments or Interest until June 30th, 1994  The Gibsons Branch of the Sunshine Coast  Credit Union will make loans of up to$ 1000 to -r  shoppers wishing to do their Shopping in Gibsons.  M  __i_B  Pick up your "Christmas Cash" Loan Application at the Gibsons &  District Chamber of Comerce 886-2325, Gibsons Sunshine Coast Credit  Union 886-8121 or any of these participating merchants..  $1000 to spend until Dec. 24, '93  Christmas Cash Cheques are now being accepted at:  Peta * Gifla  Wishful Thinking Pal. at OKI.  971 Oowai Pt a_M BBS-5812  Gihsons PH POod et Supplies  Gihsons P.rk Plan       886-7242  BtrnidaiUe'i Gallerle.  OlblOni P.rk Plaza HUB BI'IB  Chrtittaa'i cm.  lunnycrwl Mall nmsnm  Grandma". Tnv Box  Sunnycrest Mill 8B&3044  Hallmark Canls  Sunnycrest Mall 886-095B  All Occasion Flowers  Sunnycrest Mall 886.3371  Bargains Galore Dollar Shop  Gibsons Park Plaza B86-0<Jl!l  Show Piece Gallery  280 Gower Pt. Road 886-92I3  Landing General Store  292 Oower Pt. Rd. B86-2818  Trinket! & Treasure! Antiques.  Molly'i Lane BB(>0(>6B  .Service aft Sale*  Gihsons Building Supplies  924 Sun. Coast Hwy.        886*8141  Pharmaiave��122  Sunnycrest Mall 8BH2921  Kenmac Paris  1046 Sun. roast Hwy,   886*8031  Klllyi  Lawnmower "a Chainsaw  866*8818  Quality Farm 4 Garden Supiiiv Ltd.  325 Pratt Road M6-7527  Eye-Deal Optical  Sunnycreit Mall 886-8B71  7(1 North Road  Faahiona *  Arretaoriet  The SAAN Store  Sunnycre.l Mall 866*8411  Liunadines Shoe.  Sunnycrest Mall 886-2124  Silks 4 Lace  Sunnycrest Mall 886 3100  rhlco's Casual Wear  Sunnycreit Mall 886 3080  Landing Unisex Hair Design  & Tanning Salon  657 School Rd. 886-3916  The Landing Clothing Company  262 Gower Pt. Rd. 886-2116  Home ft Office  Landing Home Hardware  925 Sun. Coasl Hwy      886*2442  Sunco Printing & Stationery  923 Sun. Coast Hwy.     886-7614  Gibsons Appliances & Lighting  927 Sun/Coast Hwy.     886-3606  Adventure Electronics  Sunnycreit Mall 886-7215  Book*  Sayward Book.  Sunnycreit Mall 886-3626  Coasl Book!  277 Cower Pt. Rd. 886-7744  Food  .SuperValu  SunnytTa**! Mall  IGA Plus 158  Gibaona Park Plaza  Subway  Sunnycreit Mall  Sport*  Coast Flies  Sunnycrest Mall  Gibsons Family Sporla  Sunnycrest Mall  Pmntrunners  Glhaons Park Plaza  Mountain High Cycle  Glbioni Park Plaza  S8&2424  886-3487  888*0440  66*4061  888,4635  886.4830  886-4860  Sunnycrest Photo  Sunnycreit Mall  Watch for the "Christmas Cash" logo & buttons  at all participating merchants, and on all their  newspaper a\ds.  Sponsored  by the  __y  'MB,  Gibaona  ..District  Chamber of Commerce  =*\  HONTRUNNERS ,v  , . .^pi^s You to  A Fitness fashion Show and Sale  trLa-**>' ������������-��������� _j_"? ���'_%, ������'"'.  FeaturwqJheX&te&M Aerobic Wear  SpecialThi&t: Vaul Mayrs  il^e^eptesenta^e, WilQBe Speaking About  .<:*- .'���*..������-.*s-^-u^...J -*"**"��hietic footwear  g^  Wednesda1  Refreshments Served  m.  |$p:|f CO FITNE.SS,.CENTRE - 7:00pm  88  886-4606  Door Prizes Coast News, November 29,  1993        11  'mind west turn sound  by Joan Peterson  The Nov. 10 general meeting  of ihe West Howe Sound Electors' Association (WHSEA)  concerned referendum issues  affecting this region that were  determined by the Nov. 20 vote.  John Young of the Gibsons  Library Board spoke for  approval of the new facility and  answered various audience  queries. The bike path proposal  was defined by Sue Fitchell, as  acting SCRD director. Members, however, expressed misgivings for funding the Sechelt  arena.  A motion was passed and  since acted on, for WHSEA to  inform the department of highways of our immediate concern  for Ihe lack of sufficient shoulder on Ihe Port Mellon highway.  Communily drivers, riders and  pedestrians are already loo  aware of ihe jeopardy caused by  visiting drivers, to us and themselves, in trying to circumvent  delays.  Old business items reported  on included the highway bypass,  now base-coated to prevent or  delay erosion with insufficient  funds postponing completion  indefinitely.  And on the ferry terminal, no  change in existing, unfinished  condition until highways can  complete intersection to the  bypass. Again no funds.  Clearly there is a catch 22  classic here - highways can't,  ferries can't and the concerned  ministries won't accept responsibility. Meanwhile, as we languish here, among our unfinished business, Vancouver  Island obtains a dandy new  improved terminal at Swartz  Bay and the Island Highway  goes forward.  Next general meeting is  Wednesday, Dec. 8 at Langdale  school. This is your forum - it's  in your interest to be there.  Everyone is welcome.  community  ���  ���  *    \ f  ���  ���  '    mM*>  SuperValu manager Dave Bracket) is smiling now, but often during this holiday season he labours  after hours to order and stock food the store supplies at cost to Ihe Elves Club.        Joel Johnstone photo  Elves Club gears up for busy year  by Darah Hansen  Eleven years ago it was nothing more than just a kind hearted gesture on the part of a local  couple.  Today, the Sunshine Coast  Elves Club is a booming organization feeding over 600 needy  families from Port Mellon to  Earls Cove each Christmas.  "It's grown eveiy year," said  long-time elves' member Marilyn Grand, attributing the spiralling need of the charitable  service to the area's continuously poor economic climate.  This year is no exception.  One month before the holidays, Grand said the organization is gearing up once more for  another busy Christmas season.  A registered charity, the  work of the elves depends heavily on donations from the community. They encourage all  donations in the form of non-  perishable food, money wd gifts  for both adults and children.  Monetary donalions are eligible for lax deductions.  They also require volunteer  support in the form of truck  delivery drivers and people to  help put the hampers together.  But even with community  support, the organization still  relies on its year-round fund-  raising efforts. Last year, costs  of the Christmas hampers ran to  $42,000 - raised primarily  through group sponsored bingo  and an annual telethon. This  year's telethon is scheduled to  show on Channel Eleven,  December 18.  Meanwhile, food banks in  both Gibsons and Sechelt are  witnessing a pre-Christmas  boom. In Sechelt, 182 people  turned out Nov. 17 to collect a  grocery bag of canned food,  vegetables and fruit.  That number was up over  120 per cent from the amount  requesting the food bank's services this time last year.  Sechelt food bank organizer  Joan Pratt said the food bank's  supply has been able to keep up  to increasing demand so far  courtesy of the steady support of  the community.  The food bank is open to  anyone in need, Pratt said. "I  don't ask a lot of questions."  She added, food bank volunteers have started requesting  identification from individuals  on proof of residency in the  Sechelt or surrounding area.  That measure was recently initiated to curb a growing problem  with "double dipping" ��� people  collecting food from both the  Sechelt and Gibsons operations.  Normally open twice monthly, Pratt said there will be just  one food bank distribution the  first Wednesday of December  due to the delivery of the Elves  Club hamper Pec. 22.  RSlUmNB  COMMUTER AIRLINES INC.  SALE! SALE! SALE!  "Christmas Shopper" Special  DECEMBER 1-15 * FLY RETURN  Sechelt/Nanaimo ONLY $4040  .Sechelt/Vancouver ONLY $5000  Call 885-2214 for Reservations  (SOME RESTRICTIONS APPLY)  DID YOU KNOW?  10,331,000 adults in English Canada read  a community newspaper every week.  Buffet every  Sunday Evenings  from 5pm  $5.95  "our dinner menu  also available  UtotM  BREAKFAST  SPECIAL  7am - 9 am  ��� 2 large pancake  ��� 2 eggs  ��� sausages or bacon  ��� home fries  ��� lots of coffee  Fabulous Lunch & Dinner Speci-ils  hours: Mon - Fri 7am - 2 pm, 5pm - 9pm  Sat - Sun 8am - 2pm, 5pm - 9pm  Hwy 101, Davis Bay 885-7285  Candlelight vigil planned at Rockwood  A candlelight ceremony will be held at the  Rockwood Cenlre on Dec. 6 to commemorate the  14 women massacred at Ihe Ecole Polytechnique,  Montreal, on Dec. 6,1989.  A reception, sponsored by the Sunshine Coast  Women's Resources Society, will follow the  memorial with a screening of After the Montreal  Massacre, a National Film Board production  directed by Gerry Rogers, an independent film producer from Montreal.  'New Directions' committee discusses healthcare  Tlie Steering Committee, responsible for guiding the planning process to develop a community  health council meets on a regular basis.  Minutes from these meetings are available to  members of the communily, for the cost of photocopying. Minutes may be picked up at the following locations: Pender Harbour and District Community Health Centre, 5066 Francis Peninsula,  Madeira Park; St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt,  Administration Office; Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, Gibsons.  Elected members of the Steering Committee are  Shawn Cardinall, Arnet Tuffs, Wendy Hunt,  Sharon Petzold, Peggy Connor, Francis Kona-  pasek, Wesley Jeffries, Paul Murphy, Peter  Grabenhof, Helen Roy and Martha Scales.  ADMIRAL  INGLIS  What'sflew  INGLIS Trusted for generations,  Fridge White on white, 18 cubic feet,  cantilever glass shelves,  $88900  Range  Easy clean, lift top,  white on white,  $76900  See David King  ADMIRAL  Washer Washer, AL44000,  2 speed, 4 cycle  Dryer    AL8400,3 cycle  multi-programme  The washer and dryer  pair $849����  for Package Pricing  QUALITY, SERVICE AND RELIABILITY  SECHELT APPLIANCE &  MATTRESS CENTRE  102*5688 Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-5417  .,-     ���       * ��� a   V-' '  ~W>\)t Corporation of Ufa *-*-**&*** *  Bistrict of Btt\)tlt  P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechett, B.C VON 3A0 Tetephaw (604) 885*1966 Fan (604)665*7581  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Council Elect  The following ie a list of names for Council  Elect in the District of Sechelt:  Mayor Earl Basse  Councillor*     ��� Stanley Dixon  ��� Duncan Fraser  ��� Rosina Giles  ��� Ray Rempel  ��� Don Rose  ��� Michael Shanks  Congratulations to those elected and whose  term of office will be from December 6th,  1993 until December, 1996.  Thank you  Thanks to all Voters who took the time to  exercise their franchise in all the  Municipal elections. 48.5% of the eligible  voters came to the polls in Sechelt as  opposed to approximately 70% of eligible  voters in the 1990 Municipal election.  Last Regular Meeting  of Incumbent Council  Please note that the last regular meeting  of the incumbent Council takes place at  the Municipal Hall on Wednesday,  December 1st at 7:30 p.m.  An invitation to the  Community  Residents are invited to attend the  Inaugural Meeting of the new Council at  12:15 pm, Monday, December 6th, 1993.  Ml Council members will be sworn in and  a presentation will be made to outgoing  members. A small reception will follow.  I Schedule off  l Public Skating at  j Sechelt Arena  I For your information the following is a  j schedule of regular public skating hours  | at the Arena. Please note that some of  j these skates will have to be cancelled  ! during the season due to hockey  I tournaments. Notice of any cancellations  I will appear In the Municipal Memo.  j Frldaye  | 2:00-3:30 p.m.  j Parents and Pre-schoolers  j 3:30-4:45 p.m.  ! Open skating  19:00-10:00 p.m.  j Teen Skate  {Saturdays  I 4:45 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.  j Open Skate  I Sundays  j 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.  i Open Skate  Clip 'n 'Save  V-  Mayor's Hotline  885-5360  DECEMBER IS  CUSTOMER  APPRECIATION  MONTH  AT DANIEL'S  GinsoN*.  886-71 12  HOURS:  MONDAY���SATURDAY  9 AM - 5 PM  WATCH FOR  DETAILS IN THIS  WEEK'S EDITION  OFTHE  WEEKENDER  ���HHIMiaiMII  !______ "TBT1  1  ten*.  t*p?m?Trn  ^t�� (HERITAGE MARKET  QUALITY BRANDS YOU CAN TRUST  Nacho Grand*  Tortilla Chips  400 g   lick's garlic, no garlic or  Polskie Dills  u..  Gold Road  Instant Coffee  MOM'S  Kellogg's  Raisin  800 g   Bick's sweet Unix, yum-yu  Baby  ii   McLaren's cherries, onions,  Gherkins or Olives  375 ml  Cedar Vale  Horseradish  250 ml   Liberty  Vegetable Oil  3L   Eagle Brand  Condensed Milk  300 ml   Breton  Crackers  225 g   Bavarian style  Brew Nuts  325 g   Pride of B.C. sparkling  Mineral Water  296 ml   Rose's  Lime Cordial  739 ml   Tasteful Memories  Fruit Jams  750 ml   Aunt Jemima  Pancake Mix  'kg   238  J98  J78  348  238  J88  2��s  2.98  298  338  228  Nellson's  Macaroons  340 g   Toblerone  Chocolate Bars  400 g   Andes assorted  Chocolates  132 g   Ajax powder  Cleanser  400 g   ABC Ultra laundry  Detergent  6L   Hi Dri jumbo  Paper Towels  2'S   Slim 'n' Trim artificial  Sweetener  36 g   Valu Club blanched  Peanuts  2.27 kg   Jumbo rolls Christmas  Wrapping Paper  7 rolls   Christmas decorative  Wrapping Bows  25s   Scotch 3M  188 Camera with F,ash 11^8  Buckerfleld's wild  Bird Seed ��>98  Olft  4k9 4  J_ ***    Handi-Foil  -***��� Roasting Pans -|98  each  JL  Purii!s��---->W_SH__HK  068  m KQ ������*��-.���* Mt* MJr  fllwIilaWW  Cat Pood rm  I QQ   184��  �����75r  ' Alpha unpatfeurtied  Creamed Honey        A68  too q ..��w��h.������'. ______��_^___B_________S  Oft '.*&��������*__    m  \ %Jmk_J: *f:l84 rnlpa  ������ ���9  Uncle)  Fane  132glMM���._��HB!i  Cliffiate Chips Yt,    r��4g  500 g   2^      Tet'ey  Tea Bags  J18    144'$   Christie's vegetable or wheat thins or  Triscuits -|88  188    25��9  x  Quaker ready to serve  Oatmeal t%28  038     310-470 g  _-*  Quaker chewy  GranolaBars -|98  g98    225 g  1  Piftata  Refried Beans aq  168      398 ml  eefO  Cortina  Kidney Beans 70  ��Q      540 ml  efO  Cortina super colossal  Olives -148  ��%-&*      398 ml  X  Scottles white  ^ _0    Facial Tissues an  ]7o     200',  tOO  Nylon  AA    Kitchen Utensils        0��%  ,98  each ���l~  8 piece containers  ogg    Storage Set A98  Outdoor  JB98    Christmas Bulbs        00  Miniature string  aa    Christmas Lights       199  eOO      20s  1  BAKERY  Fruit Bread  4Mg  J99  Cherry Pound  __    Loaf  Clayton's mouarolla or  Cheddar  Cheese  random cuts  20% off  Monarch soft  Margarine  907 g  l88  DM Camembert or  Brie Cheese 038  125 g  ��1  Piftata  Burritos mm  142 g  9#4  Fleischmann's unsalted, com or  sunflower  Margarine 188  2x227 g  J.  Armstrong  Mozzarella aaa  454 g  __|  _B__B__^_a_j_Mi_-__B__M Coast News, November 29, 1993       13  <..  Watch for our  PASSPORT TO  VALUE"  signs in the store, leading you in the  direction of great bargains, and possibly  to Las Vegas!  IDETAILS IN STORE)  PRODUCE  Imported golo^ya-Mlow  Bananas  .W/kB  .441b  Grown In U.S A. - fresh �� crttp  Butter  Lettuce  .68 ea  Grown In Canromla- crisp  Carrots  .86 kg  .39lk  Wi .., Ki....-  Grawn In Idaho  Idaho Russet Potatoes   069ea  lOlbcrtobog  mt  Mexican grown ��� ntw nop  Zucchini Squash 49 ^  Mexican grown-new crop  Creep  Houeydew Melons 68^  Tm_  FROZEN FOODS  Northern Countiy concentrated  Orange  Juice  341ml  .78  Carnation  Hash Browns  Hg  .98  Tenderflake deep dish  Pie Shells Q38  350 g  -*  Sara Lee  Pound Cake 028  298 g  ��*  Delnor  Kernel Corn Q98  1kg  m  fhese ar  1 /ne more than  ln store for you  ���V    Thurs   l^Bakery 885-9823  SEE US FOR ALL  YOUR HOLIDAY  RAKED GOODS!  Fresh from  our bakery for  your holiday  celebrations:  ��� Party Trays  ��� Christmas Puddings  ��� Shortbread  ��� Marzipan Figures  ��� Fruit Cake  ��� Braided Breads  ��� Stollen  ��� Christmas Cookies  ��� Gingerbread Houses  ��� Gingerbread Men  PARTY ORDERS:  PHONEAHEAD  885-9823  NOW AVAILABLE FROM OUR PRODUCE DEPARTMENT  FRUIT BASKETS  3 sizes to choose from for a very special gift or occasion  1 day's advance notice, please call  885 2025  DELI *  Black Forest  Ham  ihaved, 100(  29  sliced or ihaved, lOOg  1  Turkey beer sausage or  Turkey Salami  sliced.lOOg   Turkey lyona sausage or  Turkey Meat Loaf  sliced.lOOg   Gipsy, herb or pepper  Salami  sliced.lOOg   BBQ Chickens  each   .89  .89  499  Demo Dec. 1 & 3  Brookbank Salsa  (made in Gibsons)  mild, medium or hot;  regular or sugarless  CHEESE FEATURE  OF THE WEEK  Brie Cheese J99  100 g..  ENTREE FEATURE  OF THE WEEK  Chicken Chow Mein QQ  100 g..  Snapper  Fillets  7.47/kg  3391b  Fresh  Shrimp  13.21/kg   Alaska  Black Cod  1��.72/kg   5991b  3491b  �������� MEAT ��-  Grade A frozen  Turkey  9  lb  a�� sizes, 2.16/kg  ��� Tl  Canada grade A beef  Cross-Rib  Roast  S.OS/kg  2291b  Medium  Ground Beef 1891b  4.17/kg  X  Beef  Short Ribs 1791b  3.95/kg  X  Olympic  Mayfair Bacon 189 ea  SOOg  X  Freybe ��� bulk  Smokies 0990b  6.59/kg  a__  Grimm's - bulk  Pepperoni Q99fl>  eWkg.  O  Grimm's  Liver Sausage 149 ea  3 varieties; 250 g  X  Olympic  Hot Italian Sausage       049 lb  5.49/kg  a__  Frozen - New Zealand  Ground Lamb 989 ea  500 g  a__  Ulydole - frozen  Chicken Cutlets A99ea  1kg bag  "*  Ulydole - frozen  Chicken Breast Burgers Q49 ea  1 kg bog  %_9  For best selection of  fresh turkeys, place  your order early!  885-9812  FLORAL  Poinsettias  5-plant   450* OFF  Any Item from our  Full Service  Seafood  Department  Limit one per customer  November 29-Decembei 5, 1993  Claytons Heritage Market  .__���  .__________________----. 14       Coast News, November 29, 1993  ^v ySSw*^  Chrl  with the  Christmas  3  ncert  Choir  Choralations  SUNDAY DEC. 5 / 7:30 PM  St. Johns United Church ���!���        Davis Bay  Tickets  $6 available at Talewind Books,  f    Sayward Books or call Wendy 886-8352  ri  Order now for Christmas!  Sega  Super Nintendo  GAME BOY GAME GEAR  Games start at $19.99. Rental or Trades Accepted.  TRI* PHOTO  103   5710 TEREDO ST, SECHELT  i One Super Nitendo      99 ^        Free Membership J  | aSesaRental w/coupon        C"p0"t_*_Tr_',  community  robeils crook  bv Katharine Trueman  885-2282  At Ihis lime of year the Creek  really becomes a going concern  wilh various bazaars and Christmas events. It's a full time job  just to altend each and every  one. This past weekend saw  capacity crowds altend bolh Ihe  Roberts Creek Community Fair  and Ihe Spanish Fiesta hosted by  the Order of the Eastern Star. A  wide variety of wares were  available for viewing and purchase.  Congratulations to all the  lucky winners of the many raffles and door prizes.  Hospital auxiliary  At lhe recent annual general  meeting of thc St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, the Roberls  Creek branch made a donation  of $.1,000 as their 199? contribution lo Ihe hospital.  Their bazaar held in early  November was a greal success.  Ihey raised $2,688.63 which  will be put towards Iheir 1994  donation of Iwo $250 medical  bursaries offered to students at  Elphinstone or Chalalcch.  The winners of the raffle  prizes were Shari Edgar, two-  piece luggage set; Renee Greenwood, a china sel; and Patti Pollack, the big stuffed rabbit. The  next regular meeting of the  Roberts Creek auxiliary will be  Dec. 13 at 10:30 am at the  legion.  Christmas Craft Fair  The Sunshine Coast French  Education Sociely (L'ecole  Passe Partout) is sponsoring a  The Watersons performing an old Yorkshire yuletide show at the Roberts Creek Hall November 21,  the latest in presentations by the Acoustic Gumboot Folk Society. Joel Johnstone photo  double barrelled event at the  Seniors Hall on Dec. 18. Pere  Noel (Father Christmas) will  attend the pancake breakfast  from 9 to 10:30 am. The cost for  tickets is $40 per person or $14  per family and are available at  the Roberts Creek store, Talewind Books, Cafe Pierrot or Dr.  Bland's office in Gibsons.  Following immediately after  will be a Christmas Craft Fair.  There are still tables available  for rent. Other activities will  include French songs, face  painting and belly dancing. For  more information call the school  at885-5855.  Creek Legion  Time is running outl If you  wanl to really reflect then plan  to attend 'The Blast From the  Past' on Dec. 4 from 8:30 pm to  12:30 am.  Tickets are still available at  $5 each, but are going fast. Drop  by the legion to purchase your  evening of swinging and swaying to the featured band, Harbour Lights.  Christmas Potluck  Sponsored by the Roberts  Creek Community Association,  the annual Chrislmas Potluck  promises to be a real social  event - why, even Santa Claus  plans to attend. Remember the  event is scheduled from 4 lo 8  pm at the hall.  Bring your best dish and an  instrument.  The evening will end with a  carol sing. Oh, and don't forget  your canned food bank donation.  {p/irislmai z/avtivi  ^mWm Wi m (nippy to offtr a full lint ofptoyurvkafat/atrprivdU  arm tim. Jrom^pkumm\^ning,fiM^mmiiii,o,  ���prtnus catering, tecemnunity fund raisers,  for full information, give us a caH 886-2993  _ 8a_a_0'S��tata��PI_a6_, Hwy. 101.(_9_ra,SUn.-TV*a_-. 11 am*9pm,Fil.��S_ il wi- lOpm.Fuly Licensed  dans bay news  Featured Restaurant of the Week  AT BONNIEBROOK LODGE  Treat yourself to a  special dinner over  the holiday season.  "Beyond a doubt the best  I accommodation and restaurant  on the Sunshine Coast."  ��� Anne Gather  The Province  HOURS:  Thurs-Mon from 9:30  Closed Tues A Wed  Call for Reservations  886-2188  FAMILY DINING  Haid-A-Way Rtttaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at 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-9pm., Saturdays U Sundays /am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday Ac  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5nm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501.50 seats plus banquet room.  Backaddy Pub ��� Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle 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 Mondays & Tuesdays. Pub  open Wednesday-Sunday. Kitchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvtntt Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed set  ting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am to fl pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard &  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy's Rtttwrant ��� l.unch and dinner specials eveiy day House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't miss Andy s great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 1:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Cibsons, 886-3388* Open  7 days a week.  Chti Philippe Rtttaurant at Bonniebrook .Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in the quiet country elegance of our dining room. We have  an extensive wine list and friendly  professional service. Located at the  waterfront, foot of Gower Pt. Rd*  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5:30/5 days a  week. Closed Tues. &Wed.  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  flambe" desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Effective Oct. 1, closed Tuesdays.  Open Wed-Mon for dinner and  Tnurs-Mon for lunch. Lunch  hours: 11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours:  430 ��� 9:30. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 686-  3891.  Hilltkfe Family Rtttaurwl Located at  Seaview Place, Highway 101. Featuring relaxed fine evening dining  with special emphasis on fresh  seafoods, innovative local cuisine  and daily specials. Casual atmosphere, licensed and air-conditioned. Hours: lunch, 11-4:30,  Mon-Sun; dinner Sun-Wed, 5-9;  Thurs-Sat, 5-10.866-2993.  Pabbltt ��� On Tht Batch - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere At sample the  fine cuisine of this renowned  restaurant. Open 7 day a week for  breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Brunch on Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm.  Enjoy a sirloin steak on Sunday  night for only $8.95. Dinner Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit - Qnnn'i Drive In - Take oul, or  delivery. Burgers, chicken, ice  cream, dinners, salad, pizza. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after  5 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10.  Hwy. 101. Cibsons. 886-7813.  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  The Christmas holidays are  fasl approaching and as we  feverishly prepare for that special  time, can we take time to pause  and contemplate on those who  are less fortunate than we? One  in five children in Canada is living in poverty, unemployment is  unrelenting and the cost of living  continues to soar.  For the past 21 months,  British Columbia has had the  highest cost of living in the country which will surely affect many  families this Christmas.  Outlets that offer support are  taxed to the limit and require all  the assistance they can muster.  When you are shopping for gifts,  that fat turkey, fruits and nuts for  lhe cakes, plump Japanese  oranges that are such a part of the  season, candies and chocolates,  can you buy a little extra and  tuck it into one of the food bank  receptacles? Or perhaps it's more  convenient to send a donation to  the Salvation Army, the food  golden lifelines  bank, Elves Club or your own  favourite 'helping hand'.  This is not meant to be a  downer, but only a reminder that  most of us have much to be  thankful for and we should try to  help those who are less fortunate  than we - 'tis the season.  Books...  Books continue to be a popular choice as gifts; everyone in  our family gets at least one each.  They are great friends, you  don't have to talk, can curl up in  bed wilh one and be transported  into other worlds and other lives.  The library has many such as  these. Some best sellers have just  come in and they are: The Robber Bride by Margaret Atwood;  The Stone Diaries by Carol  Shields; In A Glass House by  Nino Ricci; and Canadian Stories of the Sea by Victor Suthren.  Do check them out - literally.  Community meeting  The DB/WCCA meeting will  be Wednesday, Dec. 8 at the new  time of 7:30 pm. Reg and Lynne  Dickson will continue the tradition of entertaining at Ihe  December meeting by singing,  performing and conducting a  Christmas sing-a-long.  They have just released their  new album, Walking In The  Wind, which, 1 am told, the walk  was on the beach in Davis Bay.  Reg has promised to sing some  of their selections from this  album. All proceeds from this  endeavour go to the Cystic  Fibrosis Foundation.  Citizen of the year  Time is running short for your  choice of Citizen of the Year -  Dec. 18 is the deadline. The  entry box is now deposited at the  Peninsula Market with the cooperation of the new owners,  Wayne and Susan.  Happy birthday  A happy birthday to a lady  who contributes a great deal to  the community, Margaret Humm  of Marlee Fashions who celebrates on Friday, Dec. 3. Drop in  and wish her a good one.  by Joyce Ostry  There is still time to gel your  tickets for the annual Seniors  Christmas Dinner on Dec. 9 at  12:30 pm. Tickets are $10 and  can be picked up from Branch  69 Monday through Saturday.  This has always been a great  meal.  I've been hearing noises  form Ed Dorey because his  name came out as Ed Darcy  about three weeks ago. Ed helps  and plays bridge every Saturday  and he deserves to have his  name spelled right. Another correction and apology to Judy and  Bill Doxall (not Foxall) and  oceans of thanks for the Winter  Dinner at Greenecourt.  M A  G I   N E  ^  BC TEL Mobility's Home  Free Plan'" Is a cellular plan  so affordable It's lhe   199  perlecl Chrislmas present  Horn* Frn lor jusl $45.95 a monlh gives you:  ��� 100 cam home every monlh  ��� unlimited local calls all weekend long  ��� No $60 activation lee  ��� 36 monlh pnee protected! conlracl  Home Free��ui, lor just  $69 95 a monlh gives you:  a 100 calls home every month  . Unlimited calls all aveeketid long  ��� No $60 activation les  . 36 monlh price protected contract  . Plus unlimited local calls  Mon Fn evenings. 8pm ��� 7am  COMPUTE .ME OFACCESSORIES FOR AU MAKES.  USED PHONES/WE TAKE TRADE-INSI  LOCAL NUMBERS NOW AVAILABLE  SUIXICOA-iT MOTORS LTD  These are more tips from the  Provincial Emergency Program.  Our fears of something happening becomes less if we stop and  think now of what we can plan  for ourselves.  Food is always a comfort so  these items are some suggestions. Canned foods, prepared  meats, poultry, seafood, meat  spreads, sauces, slews, baked  beans, spaghetti, vegetables and  fruits - instant foods: soups,  sauces, cereals, crackers, candies, jelly and peanuts. Freeze-  dried products: meals, poultry,  vegetables, fruits, stews and  soups.  It's possible to gel more  information from The Director,  Provincial Emergency Program,  3287 Oak Street, Victoria, BC  V8X 1A8.  It's time to think of Christmas gifts. Why not write your  slory for Chrislmas? Start with  your earliest memories. Just sit  down and plot it. And you're  thinking that that's easy for her  to say.  By plotting it you can start  with who, where, why, whal,  when and how for every situation that comes to mind. Use  legal-sized paper and leave a  space in between the lines.  You'll find it difficult at fits',  but then the memories, smiles  ad tears begin.  Keep paper and pencil at  your table, by your bed and in  the bathroom. Don'l think lhal  your slory has to be in chronological order. Your family will  love you more for this.  ������-^--l..**;."------''-*^-**^^^ -"���  ��.-*.. i... ~-\., .  .____. Coast News, November 29, 1993        15  community  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  In last week's column Ihere was a wrong  phone number for reservations for the Welcome Beach Chrislmas dinner and dance.  The numbers lo call are Joyce al 885-5946 or  Marion al 885-5270.  Dec. 5 is the deadline for booking for Saturday's Christmas dinner which is on Dec.  The annual Pub Night iast week was a  very pleasant affair with a good crowd and  some new members. It's always good to  have new members and lo give lots of support lo Ihe busy Welcome Beach Community  Association.  Anolher group in need of your support is  the Halfmoon Bay Festival and Events Soci  ely who are having their meeting tonight,  Nov. 29 at Halfmoon Bay school at 7 pm.  Voting results  Area B residents voted in favour of the  funding towards the ice arena, bul several  olher areas were not in favour. So, at the  time of writing, the figures will be reviewed  at the SCRD board meeting and a decision  will be forthcoming. Individual voles numbered in favour, but area figures were a different picture.  Also, the bicycle path vote was passed in  all areas and will therefore go ahead. This  must be good news for Ihe two lone fellows  from Halfmoon Bay who have been working  away trying to get this trail going from the  Trout Lake area. Maybe now they will get  some help on Ihe project.  Christmas look  As the song says - it's beginning lo look a  lot like Chrislmas - and Ihis is so in Sechelt  now that the stores are showing off their  colourful decorations and window displays.  ICids are already feeling the excitement of it  all and it won't be long until we all calch the  spirit.  Hospital  For those who keep asking, yes, Mary  Shannon is still in St. Mary's Hospital. If  you get to thinking about it you could maybe  drop a card. She doesn't get much mail and  is always hoping. Mailing address is Box  1336, Sechelt. I know she would be pleased  to hear from you.  Kay Bellinger  and Eleanor  Klefer ready a  variety of  books for the  annual Festival  of the Written  Arts Book and  PoinsettlaSale  Dec. 4 and 11,  from 10 am to  4 pm. This  year the sale  sets up next to  Sechelt's Bank  of Montreal at  5511 Wharf  Road.  Joel Johnstone  photo  sechelt scenario  by Deanna I.ueder, 885-7365  We can now look forward lo  a new library for our communily,  hopefully in Ihe village centre,  where il is accessible lo all  fromm preschooler lo senior and  wilh or wilhoul transportation.  Modern libraries provide a  wide range of books and printed  material.  They also provide audio-visual colleclinns and vibrant programs and presentations for the  communily.  This is a great lime lo gel  involved as a volunteer and as a  member of lhe Friends of Ihe  Sechell Library and be a part of  Ihe future.  Drop inio the library and pick  up a membership form and  newsletter. And a big lhank you  lo Ihose volunteers who worked  so hard lo brinj; the necessity of  a new library to lhe public consciousness.  Light thc lights  Bundle up your kids and  come to Rockwood Cenlre on  Dec. 3 al 7 pm for Ihe annual  Lighl Ihe Lights ceremony. This  will be followed by hoi chocolate and Chrislmas music. It's a  splendid sight when the lights go  on, hope the weather is clear and  crisp for the occasion,.  Elves Club  The Elves Club is looking for  volunteers, especially for Dec.  18, the day designated to deliver  the Christmas hampers. Call  886-7743 if you can help.  The depots are open along the  Coast for donations of gifts and  non-perishable food items. The  Sechell depot is located at Pastimes Toys on Trail Avenue.  Gel in the Christmas mood  and buy a gift for an unknown  child. Il's the best gift you can  give to yourself. If you are in  need of a hamper be sure to fill  oul ihe application form in this  newspaper as soon as possible.  Get someone to help you if  it's a problem. Don't forget the  Elves Club Telethon on Coast  Cable 11 on Dec. 4.  Saturday, Dec. 4 is a busy  day. The Arts Council holds its  annual Chrislmas Craft Sale  form 10 am to 4 pm. This will be  held at the Seniors Hall this year  and is always a wonderful display of artisls and artisan wares.  Choristers  The Sunshine Choristers  Dizzy Disney Christmas Concert  also takes place on the 4th,  There will be a performance at 2  pm and again at 7:30 pm at the  Raven's Cry Theatre.  The choristers entertain with  zest and talent and this year will  feature guest soloists and the  Coasl Academy of Dance. Tickets are available at Talewind  Books and Books 'N Stuff or  call 885-2392. Tickets to live  performances make special gifts.  Polntsettla sale  The Festival of the Written  Arts begins its annual Books and  Poinsettia Sale on Dec. 4 as well.  But it runs from Saturday, Dec. 4  to Saturday, Dec. 11 from 10 am  to 4 pm so there is lots of time to  go there and browse. This year  they are located on Wharf Road  near the Bank of Montreal in the  space formerly occupied by  Atlas Office Solutions. The  poinsettias are healthy and beautiful and the book selection is  wonderful.  nBlf   ���    ���richer brid* te be  Have we visited Y___U yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL US!  Sechell Gibsons for Babies  Ruth gjjMT    Corol* tl6-��6tl    Midge  S.U-3M0  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Community Programming on Coast  Cable i 1 Gibsons/Sechelt & Cable 10  Pender Harbour  Tuesday, November 30,1993  6:15pm: Clayoquot Sound  the Western Canada Wilderness Committee's work on  Vancouver Island  7:00pm: Western Canada Wilderness Committee  Paul George and Adrienne Carr  8:00pm: Creative Cooking  "Mid Week Dinner"  8:30pm: Mental Health  Lola Westell and Marybelle Bulmer  9:00pm: Arts Update  Chuck Tkachuk has the events for December.  Wednesday, December 1,1993  6:30pm: Creative Cooking  "Just for Two"  7:00pm: Drug & Alcohol Abuse  Topics include Fetal Alcohol Syndrome  Don Fairweather is the host.  8:00pm: Neighbourhood Park  8:30pm: A Rainbow for You And Me  Dealing with the loss of a relative.  pok  Poinsetta  ���*&  No matter how you spell il, me have  Poinsettias  Galore!  lots of 4", 6"& 8"plants in stock. How*  about a wicker basket? Or ivy hoops? We  also have Mumsettias & prickly-but  personable-Christmas Cactus!  LOOKING FOR THAT UNUSUAL GIFT?  We have a lot of great gift ideas for  gardeners.  FRESH CUT tt LIVE  CHRISTMAS TREES  ARRIVING THIS WEEK  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  _**,    Prntt ltd    Gibsons 886-7!-2/   f ."*' .I  VINYL SIDING  Aluminum Sotlils, Patio Covers tt Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring, Windows S Handrail Coverings.  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  #7-5522 Wharf St., Sechelt  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME    Jim Bain 885*4572  (VERSIFIED  ��� >_ mcE  J_=_Y CERVICES  I��� fHiETTI     ,*#  ��� Business Cards ��� Letterheads ���  ��� Booklets ��� Brochures ���  ��� Rcsumis * Business Letters ���  Complete Computerized Bookkeeping Services  ACCPAC PLUS & SIMPLY ACCOUNTING  ��� Financial Statements ���  ��� Accounts Receivable ���  ��� Accounts Payable ���  ��� Job Costing ���  ��� Inventory Control ���  ��� Payroll ���  Confidential & Reliable  We are conveniently located in Davis Bay  Call us for an appointment  885-5212  ^���WtTfeevtu'i.  J_A__i___  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  Ml Chovran Products  883-2253  883-9551  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs t  MADEIRA  MARINA  TocKJvertiseinttTe  Pender Hartour  Diredoty._dlJcTn.ee  8853930  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitor* weBieoMat  1 /a Mile NaaavTH or Gard-en bat Rd.  lOI 883-9541  Paaaadaar Haarboaar. B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  Pender Harbour* ONLY  Full Lin* Sporting Qoodi Store  Francl* Penlmul* Place  Corner of Sunahlne Cout Hwy. ft  Francl* Ptnlntuli Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 5804321  CALL COLLECT  DINING  SERVICES  B__rm.  klemclal^  Tar ti Gnvel, Shako*, Shingle*,  Metal Root*,TorchOn, Duroid*  LOWINGS  WILDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� 883-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum a stainless Steel  Ray Hansen Trvicking  & Contracting  880-282  W      af-HPt  LAWYER  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX.883-9524  MicHa-VEL C. Crowe  Barrister ��� Solicitor  Noury Public  Pender Harbour Legal Services  1287' M-Hkam had Rd, M_cMM  883-9875 1 fa       Coast News, November 29,  1993  community  Lunch Specials  $8.95  Includes soup or salad  Wednesday:  Htxl stniKanoff served  In a nest of puffed pastry.  Thursday:  Tortcllini stuffed with  ricct cheese, served In  Alfredo sauce.  Friday:  Fresh grilled rainbow trout  in lobster bisque cream sauce.  Sunday:  Closed for lunch-  (aardenCluhnjnctlon  Reservations Requested  Lunch: 1 lani - 2pm  Dinner: from "ipm  Fully Licenced  BUI Paarpailsc Bay 8H1-3H47  by Maureen Parrutt, 883-9189  Sevenly-five happy people danced up  a storm at Egmont Hall lasl week.  Lots of foreigners from down Ihe  Peninsula came up to listen to Ihe music  of three bands: Dan and Caridwen, Buller  in the Hey and Loose. Two came from  Roberls Creek and the third all Ihe way  from Victoria, to play 'til 2 am.  Floor hockey  Rodney Cummings, Chris Boulris and  Ihe regular crowd have been showing up  al Ihe hall Tuesday and Thursday nights  lo play floor hockey.  Last Tuesday a tap overflowed and  created a mini-rink in Ihe hall's kilchen;  Ihe public-spirited hockey players  chopped up the ice wilh their sticks and  pul Ihe pieces outside lo melt.  Where's your pooch?  It's 4 am: do you know where your  There were all of 15 dogs running  together through Egmont on Wednesday.  Golden bird  The golden pheasant which showed up  along Timberlinc Road in Earls Cove  three weeks ago now resides just down  the hill.  He graciously permits Pierre and Vera  Lardy to hand feed him grain every day.  His origin is still a mystery.  Thanks to Rudi for lhe lip.  Fisheries office to close?  There's a rumour the federal government plans to close the Pender Harbour  fisheries office, ship our warden off to the  Queen Charlottes, retire Irene, and leave  evil-doers to their own devices.  If you don't like the idea, write  postage-free to The Honourable Brian  Tobin, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans,  Ottawa, Ontario Kl A 0A6.  WAr  A health home^support service  NOW SERVING THE COAST  ��� Registered Nurses  ��� (-radical Nirses  ��� Hornanak*n  l.ong Tenn Care Aids  Mateniity/HabyCare  Snal pliiniUiu,  & Bali���tl Repair  1 (rtdmmq  ' .iaiiulohd  > Handyman  ��� MedkaWiSiapervislon  Employee* are bonded & Insured  LINDA REEVE ��� 886-1188 ��� 886-3270 (FAX)  NO. 7*721 WINN ROAD, IOX 424, CIUONJ LANDINC VON IVO  harbour lights  GOT A NEWS STORY?  Call us at 886-2622 or 885-3930!  by Frank Roosen  Well to be honest I cannot  give you at this time any highlights of what has been happening around Pender Harbour  because we've just arrived back  here a few days ago, after having sailed to Lake Havasu.  No, no, lhat is not quite the  right saying.  I didn't sail but rather  dragged my Hobey-Cat sailboat  behind our Robin Hood  Motorhome which was filled  with everything, including my  wife Joka, the little doggie  Goldy and my accordion and  left the Harbour in the middle of  September with Ihe compass set  in a roughly southern direction.  On the second day of our trip  we were in Mount Angel (Oregon) where there was a huge  Oktoberfest.  Towards the end of September I always thought lhat Ihey  were lo be held in October. The  accordion music and the yodelling could be heard through the  whole Utile town, from Thursday unlil Sunday. It was just  beautiful.  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Everybody caught a fish.  I was very impressed with  the whole affair and decided to  get my accordion out and give  them some more entertainment.  They loved every bit of it. In  between I managed to get a lot  of sailing in.  Next stop was Lake Port on  the northwest shore of Clear  Lake. The first weekend was  again: Oktoberfest. (At least by  now we were in October. I  played the accordion just at random here and there and everyone loved it.  The next local paper comes  out (about the same size as lhe  Coasl News) and has my picture  on the front page playing the  accordion and covering nearly  one-ninth of the page.  The next weekend we played  at the Konocti Wine Festival  and had lots of enthusiasm, also  got into the paper again.  From there it was to Lake  Havasu and we sailed under the  famous London Bridge.  What a sight that was, this  beautiful Hobey Cat sailing in  between all the other motor  boats and jet skis under the London Bridge.  Well, we made it safely  home, drove 4,000 miles and on  my answering machine was a  message if I would do the Pender Harbour column for the  Coast News. I said yes, I'll give  it a go.  But right now (two days after  being home) I've got nothing as  yet to report on Ihe Pender Harbour scene.  If you have anything you  would like in this column,  please phone me at 883-2920  from 9 am to 9 pm.  PS - when we left Lake  Havasu the temperature was in  the high 20s, just lovely. And  what did we get home to? Minus  five, and all it look was 2,000  miles driving. Nice to be back  home.  FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH!  "'��� "I ��� I ,  I '���'Ii <    ,11,,  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  CHRYSIER  SEE YOUR LOCAL DODGE TRUCK DEALER.  Prar��mcW��freajhrS645ondS?50foctwyr-*att^aoai-ltoI��4l>ja*-<1 Iwua*f_*��-��.(ga*and*i>-UkaVanw.najaJsnsNin.amairanc*andto,�� UntriMmoBaj..FaKla-ra_a-MaKkatJaKGST.Oantacotderann.b��aw-K-ry.  DmI.. mn�� ^> foa l-5. 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The national price is $350.  Organizers said they were very  happy wilh Ihe public response.  The edition is limited lo 150  prints.  The Fcslival will receive  approximately one third of the  gross revenues from Ihe sale of  these prints.  The dollar amount will  depend on costs of projecl and  Ihe number of prints sold.  Pender  music  society  preps for  concert  The Pender Harbour Music  Sociely lakes greal pleasure in  announcing ils forthcoming concert Friday, Dec. 10. This year's  presentation in lhe Pender Harbour Communily Hall features  Vancouver Communily College  Show Band directed by Dr.  David Branter, department head  of the VCC Music Faculty; and  Chorus, directed by Peter Taylor.  This concert as well as providing superb entertainment will  be of special interest to school  band, choir and various music  sludenis who are considering  music as a career, as all Ihe performers are second or third year  music sludenis at the college.  A special fealure Ihis year  includes Ihe performance of Ihe  Madeira Park elementary school  choir under the direction of Janice Brunson. This should be a  wonderful evening of music for  us all lo enjoy.  There will also be a living  Chrislmas Iree and poinsettias  raffled off lhat evening. Tickets  are $6 and all children 12 and  under, free admission.  Buy,   ii  trade,  collect the  whole set!  ...in the  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  DECEMBER IS  CUSTOMER  APPRECIATION  MONTH  AT DANIEL'S  9 w ii a n i i*��i e     v v�� m a  i      it c  _��� i vs r* m l     u i a  I  K I  _  ���  ROYAL TERRACES BUILDING, 5477 WHARE RD., SECHELT, B.C.  ���  BOX 800, VON 3A0 ���  885-2261  lUPCOMINQ/MEETIN oT|  ���V    WEST HOWE SOUND  RECREATION FACILITIES  COMMISSION  Wednesday, December 1st at 7:30 p.m. at  Chaster House  ��*    PARKS COMMITTEE  Thursday, December 2nd at 1:00 p.m.  ��-    PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMITTEE  Thursday, December 2nd at 2:00 p.m.  ��>    SUNSHINE COAST SOLID WASTE  MANAGEMENT PLAN STEERING  COMMITTEE  Thursday, December 2nd to follow Public  Utilities  P-    OUTDOOR RECREATION  ADVISORY COMMITTEE  Tuesday, December 7th at 7:00 p.m.  > INAUGURAL BOARD MEETING  Wednesday, December Bth at 4:00 p.m.  > ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  COMMISSION  Thursday, December 9th at 9:30 a.m.  > REGULAR BOARD  Thursday, December 9th at 7:30 p.m.  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  WEST HOWE SOUND OFFICIAL  COMMUNITY PLAN AMENDMENT  BYLAW NO. 304.8, 1993  LANGDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GYM,  7:00 P.M., MONDAY, DECEMBER 13,1993  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the  Municipal Act a public hearing will be held to  consider the following bylaw of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District:  1.  "West Howe Sound Official Community Plan  Amendment Bylaw No. 304.8,1993"  The intent of Bylaw 304.8 is to amend "West  Howe Sound Official Community Plan Bylaw No.  304, 1986" to incorporate policies relating to  issuance of temporary industrial permits, and to  designate Lot 15, Block 4, District Lot 911, Plan  5071 as a temporary permit area to allow boat  building within a temporary structure of 325 m*.  The subject property is outlined on the following  map:  /*?-% SUBJECT PROPERTY  The public hearing Is scheduled to be held at 7:00  p.m. on Monday, December 13, 1993 in the  Langdale Elementary School Gym, 1551 Johnson  Road, Langdale. All persons who deem their  interest in property to be affected by the proposed  bylaw shall be afforded an opportunity to be  heard on matters contained in the bylaw.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaw and is not  deemed to be an interpretation of the bylaw. The  bylaw may be inspected at the Regional District  office in the Royal Terraces building at 5477  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. during office hours,  namely Monday to Wednesday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00  p.m., and Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00  p.m. from November 30,1993 up to and including  December 13,1993.  Mr. L Jardine    Sunshine Coast Regional District  Secretary        Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  MONDAY,  NOVEMBER 29, 1993  NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL  DISTRICT ENFORCEMENT  BYLAW NO. 393, 1993  TAKE NOTICE that the Sunshine Coast Regional  District intends to adopt the following bylaw:  1.        "Sunshine  Coast  Regional   District  Enforcement Bylaw No. 393,1993"  It is the intent of the "Sunshine Coast Regional  District Enforcement Bylaw No. 393, 1993" to  provide for demolition of a building constructed  illegally on private lands as specified on the  following map.  NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL  DISTRICT ENFORCEMENT  BYLAW NO. 394. 1993  TAKE NOTICE that the Sunshine Coast Regional  District intends to adopt the following bylaw:  1.        "Sunshine  Coast  Regional   District  Enforcement Bylaw No. 394,1993"  It is the intent of the "Sunshine Coast Regional  District Enforcement Bylaw No. 394, 1993" to  provide for demolition of a building constructed  illegally on private lands as specified on the  following map.  The above statement of intent of the bylaw is not  deemed to be an interpretation of the bylaw. The  bylaw may be inspected at the Regional District  office in the Royal Terraces Building at 5477 Wharf  Road, Sechelt, B.C., during office hours, namely  Monday to Wednesday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and  Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from  November 29,1993 up to and including December  23, 1993 and from January 3, 1994 up to and  including January 13,1994.  Mr. L Jardine   Sunshine Coast Regional District  Secretary        Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  ___      Telephone: 885-2261  '���-aafta��' .-. ���       ' -������������-'   -KW**.--   r. ���*���*���  if-  The above statement of intent of the bylaw is not  deemed to be an interpretation of the bylaw. The  bylaw may be inspected at the Regional District  office in the Royal Terraces Building at 5477 Wharf  Road, Sechelt, B.C., during office hours, namely  Monday to Wednesday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and  Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from  November 29,1993 up to and including December  23, 1993 and from January 3, 1994 up to and  including January 13,1994.  Mr. L Jardine    Sunshine Coast Regional District  Secretary        Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON SAO  Telephone: 885-2261  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING - SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 310.33. 1993  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  BOARD ROOM  7:00 P.M., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16,1993  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the Municipal  Act a public hearing will be held to consider the  following bylaw of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District:  1.  "Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning  Amendment Bylaw No. 310.33,1993"  The intent of Bylaw 310.33 is to amend the text of  "Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning Bylaw  No. 310,1987" as follows:  1. to include a definition of "bay window";  2. to amend the following definitions:  ���garden nursery", "home office", "public  use", "structure" and "transition house";  3. to delete the provision for "unhooking"  parcels severed by a road right of way  where the hooked portion does not meet  the minimum parcel area;  4. to include small scale child daycare  facilities in all zones and to amend the  Park and assembly (PA) zones to  accommodate larger facilities;  5. to amend the maximum floor area for  transition houses to 300 m! from 400 m*  and to incorporate a minimum site area  provision for transition houses similar to  that for second dwellings in residential  and rural zones. Larger scale facilities will  be permitted in PA zones.  6. to incorporate a provision that poultry and  rabbits be kept in enclosed areas;  7.  8  9.  12.  to incorporate general regulations for  home offices;  to clarify the number of dwellings per  parcel permitted in Residential 1 (R1) and  Residential 2 (R2) zones;  to incorporate a minimum setback of  mobile home parks from parcel lines;  to Include wild bird rehabilitation as an  auxiliary use in the Rural 1 (RU1) zone;  to incorporate a 15 metre setback for  kennels and riding stables in the rural  zones;  to provide for vehicle repair in the Rural 2  (RU2) zone on the same basis as in the RU1  zone.  The public hearing is scheduled to be held at 7:00  p.m. on Thursday, December 16,1993 in the Board  Room of the Sunshine Coast Regional District  offices, 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt. All persons who  deem their interest in property to be affected by the  proposed bylaw shall be afforded an opportunity to  be heard on matters contained in the bylaw.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaw and is not  deemed to be an interpretation of the bylaw. The  bylaw may be inspected at the Regional District  office in the Royal Terraces building at 5477 Wharf  Road, Sechelt, B.C. during office hours, namely  Monday to Wednesday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and  Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from  November 29,1993 up to and including December  16,1993.  Mr. L Jardine  Secretary  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  KATHERINE LAKE  CARETAKER CONTRACT  The Sunshine Coast Regional District Is presently  accepting proposals from parties interested in  providing contract caretaker services for Katherine  Lake Regional Park. For further information  contact Al Silver, Personnel Manager, Sunshine  Coast Regional District, 5477 Wharf Road, P.O.  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0. Telephone no.  885-2261. Submissions must be received by  December 3,1993.  ROBERTS CREEK OFFICIAL  COMMUNITY PLAN  NOTICE TO WORKING COMMITTEE MEMBERS  The next meeting of the Roberts Creek Official  Community Plan Working Committee will be held  WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1ST FROM 7:30 TO  9:30 P.M. at the ROBERTS CREEK SCHOOL  _______  The purpose will be to review the draft Official  Community Plan and to timetable upcoming public  open house sessions.  Copies of the draft Official Community Plan are  available at the Sunshine Coast Regional District  office. The most recent version is THIRD  REVISION OCTOBER 28.1993.  709 Hir.HWA Y  GlUSONS  886-71 12  Hours:  MONDAY - SATURDAY  - 5 PM  WATCH FOR  DETAILS IN THIS  WEEKS EDITION  OFTHE  WEEKENDER 18       Coast News, November 29,  1993  LOGS  WANTED  sports  Gibsons United  off to staccato start  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  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In a bid to narrow the lead,  United pressed wilh striker Brandon Whalen earning several  opportunities in close���bul lo no  reward.  Where United failed in Iheir  chances, IPM didn't and knocked  three more past United's goalkeeper before the final three  whistle blasts.  United losl their first game of  Ihe year to IPM 2-1 and lied their  second and third matches 2-2  against Burnaby FC and 1-1  against CGM International.  The squad won their first  game over Sun-Life 6-1 and  played lo a I-1 draw wilh Stones  Throw the following week.  Their second victory came al  the expense of Bumaby Intra, 5-  3 and their seventh match was a  iwo-nil shut out at the hands of  Coquitlam Hot Spurs.  At press time United was  preparing to clash with Bumaby  F.C.  Another hard fought game?  Sechelt Pegasus went up against Surrey Youth Rangers  November 21, but couldn't quite pull It off, losing 1-3.  Joel Johnstone photo  Gibsons pigs continue to ride  unbeaten streak to mid-season  by Raymond Dow  Last Saturday the Pigs made a  return trip to Brockton oval to  play Vancouver's Rowing Club.  Gibsons last played there seven  weeks ago, winning 12-8. At  that lime, the Rowers were  struggling along with only one  win and three losses.  Now at week 11 they were  one of the hottest clubs in the  league with a four game win  streak coming into this game.  The Vancouverites always have  a large pack and usually play a  tight and deliberate style - a  direct contrast to the Pigs loose  and flowing game.  In Ihe first meeiing Gibsons  was probably lucky lo get out  with the win as the locals had  their hands full with the large,  well-drilled scrum.  However, what the Pigs' pack  sometimes lacks in size and  technique it makes up for in pursuit and strong defence.  This contest was much like  the last one in lhat the Rowers  won most of the set plays and  rugby UM division standings  GP  11  11  11  11  11  I.Gibsons  2.Capilanos  3. Kats  4.VRC  S.Trojans  6.Meralomas     11  7.Brlt "A" 10  8.Brlt "B" 10  9.UBC 10  lO.Scrihes 10  W  11  10  8  6  6  4  4  2  1  0  L  0  1  3  5  5  6  6  7  9  10  T  0  0  0  0  0  1  0  1  0  0  Pts for Ptsagnst  196  74  369  61  169  124  231  156  165  209  78   124  210  119  85  52  117  186  317  280  ROCKWOOD    CENTRE  LUfhi the Lights  di (i \n:i:i{ r> vi 7 iwi  ( mm1 mill cnjofi  ii ilazzliiifi hnliiluif display  til Um hii'iind!  I.YI'I.'IM UWIIYI .\ Kl I Kl SIIUI YIS  io im. i.ow i h.ii rive, (i m:\io\Y  THE ROCKWOOD CENTRE ��� 885-2522  therefore controlled much of the  ball, but Gibsons did not allow  the Vancouverites to use it as the  local forwards were there to contiguously smother, any ideas the.  opposition might have had.  This was pretty much how the  first half went as the Rowers  would win the ball from the set  plays and the Pigs would nullity  any advantage they might have.  It was from ihe second phase  play that Gibsons earned most of  their possession.  It was a tight, hard-tackling  game, that did not produce a lot  of great chances for either side.  It was not until aboul 15 minutes into the second half before  Gibsons opened the scoring. The  Pigs were deep in Rower territory when the opposition was  awarded a scrum.  They won the set, but flanker  Dave Strom was out quickly to  nail their scrum-half behind the  gain-line.  While Ihe Rowers were  scrambling to get back on-side  Ihe Pig pack rucked over the free  the ball for Drew Murphy who  knifed into the end zone to put  Gibsons up 5-0.  This is the way the game  would end but not before Ihe  Rowers had one last gasp to give  the locals a scare.  With lime running oul Gibsons was forced lo make a last  second stop when a Rower  winger was pushed out of  bounds inside the five metre line  after a long run.  This week: Gibsons plays the  Brit "B"s at Elphinstone at 11:30  am Salurday. Hope lo see your  there.  Other scores from Third Division:  Capilanos IO-Bril"A"s7  Kats 14 - Meralomas 7  Trojans 34 - Scribes 8  UBC33-Brit"B"sO  Going Aw.iy  on V.icntion?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  I���r*a.yD_*_n_hoac��Miii4.  M/at___C_C  MitlC-__l andFonwdtai  *-**������ tm* nml Ta*nl Wa_��inm a  -��-�����_-��-__ car UttAlmfa  CAI1SHARON 885-2228  Wtti  ���WN____aN8eD INSURED  jg3_a��saii��2_a  -r-y__^^i^'_^'ih-i<i''i'-,iJ-lr^. *-.-.-: .-���-���- --���*-.*. �����..->. Coast News, November 29, 1993  Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  s   The Coast News  '"-"'   AUTOMOTIVE     ZOT  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Time Saving Foundation System  One solid continuous wall of concrete  ��� Lltal-for���i * Styrotoam pltnka  ���R*20 Baanltr ��� Mad* lo your .pacification.  ��� Eaay lo inalall  ��� Frtt C4limal44  [COASTAL BLUE FOUNDATIONS  885-3737  Sal  H*(a Sun  10**/  I.     885*7180  RENCO   R��odyM,��  Con-r.a-.ltd.     Concr...  QMNiUavraUj Gravel  imrVM��jm$UrarlimtOAr  886-8174  IITATIOH   -^tuelw  Cawlnj t Hump Mmovr-1  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS 4 BATHROOMS ���  8BS-9411  Cellular 280-3979  r<* ilw finishing touch  * Eric's Drywall  KM-usa call  MK-M)72  Thank You ^  lo our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate il when you lell them  you found them in  ^   The Coast News    _,  ^""SECHEIT RADIATORS   _fi_*f'�� ('noting System Seniice Centre  ^^^^^^-^r-^^-y^m^^yJ^^mem^^m^^m^m^^mfmym.  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Across from Sumhlne OM  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Swanson's  I��� OKpatch ���. |��� Account. ���..���     fax     ���,  |    ��8____    ||    _____��    11    885*2226    |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnet Rd., Sechelt, B.C.V0N 3A0  hziAIUTH ExCMMTING  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We oiler, tull lln. ot  St evict* wilh our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service is  prompt with professional  work at competitive rates  _ Ken Blrkln ��� 885-7487 ��� Call. 671-6411  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  5Bt5E  pat Ti #-  ��� EFFKIENT  'RELIABLE  nOHSSrONAT'*     * ME ESTIMATES  CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  CUSTOM BUILT  SPIRAL STAIRS  DAMIR   886*0988  LANDSCAPING  CONSTRUCTION  residential IT" commercial  885-2887  j___g________a_i  Laurw Lacovetsky  ___M_tmJ  Eagle Eye Concrete  SPECIALIZING IN FOUNDATIONS, RETAINING  WAUS AND All OTHER TYPES OF COtNCREIE WORK.  FREE  ESTIMATES  HAROLD WEICHLER  885-9715  CENTURY ROCK  ROCK Willi        FACINGS        ___ ____  PATIOS PUNTERS      885-5910  .>���>,  /I  (C      ^^.      886-0057^  GRAEMAR construction inc.  __j_Hgg3_S_|  ��� FRAWING  toLOCK-l?  4 FINISHING  4 FOUNDATONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  4 SIDING  ��M*��+0*  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves. guaTteiS  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial,  Industrial  JOE McCANN Reg. 10131  Call 883-9902  m,__-.-^  FAX:859*2"M  N4SC0R  Mall   Sylt<*m  Pennine Garden Services  Fall clean-up - maintenance  Residential & Commercial  10% Seniors discount. Free estimates.  Call Gill 883-8175 or Debbie 883-9966    '_  MARINE SERVICES  HEATING  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  The Coast News    >  f       \r_\_r\_\m       Quality Custom Homes  JT USjI a Design S Drafting  Construction -Foundations.Framing  a Exterior S Interior Finishing  885-7361 Vane   87<1-3229  A It T ENTERPRISES: Construction Sorvlooo  Setting The Coasl Since 1985  ���5.!R*       ��� CUSTOM HOME8  __*&!..     . ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS       . flit*  r. wono, toil rti. oiuoni, i.c. von ivo  THOMAS ELECTRICAL  ^t^C CONTRACTING  ^^TThomas   886-757  FREE ESTIMATES  REG. ELECTRICIAN  NO. 17933  J's Heating Service  Oil Furnace Service & Repair  886-9710  ��� Salt Water Licences  Molel It Campsites ��� Waler Taxi oo*��"-��-w/*  V ��� Maiine Repair*.       ��� Ice *a Tackle 883'ZZOO^  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    _  ENGINEERING  Sunshine Coast Engineering  Enginawring ond Dtiign lor  ��� Subdivision tWopmwt  4 Cuilom t-tkhrlNd ond Comnnreial  ��� Structurol ��� Sold ��� Morint  S7. C29, RH#2 ________   .__,._.  VcUoni, bl von ivo 886*4743 J  DENNIS MULLIGAN ^  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. i Emergency Service  iv   Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:88-t-5392 ,/  4��**_ Located in Secret Cope  8S5-7M8  buccaneer  Marina & Resort Ltd.  EXCAVATING  Fastrac backhoe _  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ���WATERLINES CAT416  4X4  ��� clearing      STEVE JONES   886-8269  Coi  & P  onstruction  For all aspect! afreslOtntlal construction  DwM- ������6-1272  FORESTRY  FORESTRY  ��� Stand Assessment ��� Tree-Marking  'Timber Valuation   ��� Logging  R. (Roy) GEA R.P.F 885*4755  CONCRETE SERVICES  D & P CONCRETE  PLACING & FINISHING  Residenlial and Commercial  ACI Certified  Denis Turenne      Paul Desautcls  886*0340 885-5492  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  .    The Coast News    _  r Thank You ~  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  .    The Coast News    _���  Chainsaws & Trimmers .���U       Coast News, November 29, 1993  ,\  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run yottf classified act 6 times  artd pay for ortly 2 times!  ����    ~W  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  THURSDAY at 5 pm  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Pioperty  HALFMOON BAY/REDROOFFS  Executive residence next; to park in prime  neighbourhood. Too many extras lo list here. 3..200 sq. ft.  plus 800 sq. ft. 3 car garage, 21x17 fireplaced master  bedroom with "Street of Dreams" ensuite to private deck*  Full-wrap Kitchen cabs, prewired for videocom, alarm  and stereo, copper redwood cupola, swept copper bay  window, Calif stucco 2-tone Brochure, Call now. Ask  your appraiser - it's a superb price. Time to pick carpets!       885-4288  ERROR  RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD  ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers are asked lo listen carefully as all ads  placed by telephone are complelely read back  verifying requested classification, start date,  number of insertions and a copy content.  We take extreme care to avoid typographical  errors, however, in the event of an error, we are  responsible only for the firsl incorrect insertion of  an od. We do not assume any reponsibility for any  reason for an error in an ad beyond the cosl of the  ad itself.  Pleat* report any error IMJHEMATEIY  by calling SM-3622 er MS-3930  Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  Appliances  Autos  Barter A Trade  Bed and Breakfast  Births  Business and Home  Services  Business Opportunities M  Campers M  Child Care 37  Commercial lor Rent    32  7  1*  23  13  30  2  38  Entertainment  For Rent  For State  Found  Free  Furniture  Garage Sales  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  Home & Property  In Memoriam  Legal  Lost  Marine  Mobile Homes  Motorcycles  Music  33  31  21  11  If)  20  17  22  34  1  4  41  10  20  27  2*  13  3  0  12  ���  39  Obituaries w  Personal  Pets & Livestock  Recreation  Storage  Thank You  Too Late to Classify   40  Travel 14  Trucks 24  Wanted 18  Wanted to Rent 20  Weddings &  Engagements ���  Work Wanted 30  DROPOFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-99; I  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883*2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B * J STORE 885*85;?  In Roberts Creek  ROllERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885 MOO  ADLINE IS 5:00 PM THURSDAY  ii     In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-39J0  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622  The smiling staff of the Roberts Creek General Store  will happily take your classified ad, because lis one  , of our Friendly People Placeil  Homes &  Property  1/2 acre lot with 12x68 mobile  home, Roberts Cteek, $85,000.  535*5147. ��50c  Cash purchaser looking lor newer  home in Gibsons/Roberts Creek  area. 4 bdims plus otlice. Preler  view. 921*9975 or 921*6234.��49c  .48 acre Pike Rd., Langdale. beau-  nut view. 1 block liom school. 886*  4827. I50w  Wanled: 1 * 2 acre lol, w/withoul  approx. 1400 sq. It. house. 885-  4031. 148c  Cuslom-built. ocean view 3 bdim,  3 balh. 2 Ip, 1950 sq. It. up plus  partial bsmt. Large deck. 200 It.  liom waiertront. Call 883*9213  alter 6 oi on weekends.      ��49c  Exceptional ocean view ol Sschelt  Inlet up to trie Skoolulmcbuck. Lot  32 Deerhom in Sandy Hook.  90X180 By owner. S69.5O0. 885  2213or 942*5098. ��50w  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdtm. home with hatdwood and  slate floor throughout on pnvate  .67 acre. Two car garage, work*  shop and potential revenue/ln-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 885*2253, no agents.       ss  aeautviTD  GARY WHITE  886-8107 ��� 1-351-4390  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  See* Cownaa SI. Boa 1219  SaBhaSI. BC.. VON 3A0  M5-���ii fAxaaiMtee  Van. Toll Fran M4-)te  ?  Noma's  Electrolysis  Studto  ��� Peimanent & safe removal  of unwanted hair  ��� Evening appointments  available  ���Privacy of home based  studio  For appointment nil 886*7756  1/2 acre ol land, Robens Creek,  $60,000,538*8729. ss  New 1 bdrm cabin, -move' lo youi  property. Plumbed, wired and insulated. Fridge, stove and exlras.  Jusl move in. 886-2751 Mike.l49c  MULTIPLE CHOICE  WATERFRONT  Veiy special property in the heart  of Gibsons including private moorage, new ramp and float, well kept  home, boat house and in CPC-5  zoning. Tremendous possibilities  here. Accessed. Call now for  details and private viewing. Angela  Zupanec 988*3151. I50cn  Central Gibsons ��� 3 bdrm., 2 balh,  recently re-decorated home with  huge deck. Panoramic marina  view. Rental unit in rear, with large  in-law suite below. Rental income  $1250. Will cooperate with broker.  $169,900,255*2044.        ��48w  Make More $$$  with Coastwidc  Realty  Salt's newet Real  Estate Office invites  experienced & new  sales licencees to join  our progressive team  & start earning 100%  cornmissions.  Interested? Call me,  Nick Proach, Manager.  885-0505  COASTWIDE  REALTY  Colli Rlci 2.5 acres w/view,  stream, noise stables, pasture and  tropical Iruit trees, minutes lo  beaches, $22,500. Owner 885-  5157. ss  Lol I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiel cul-de-sac wilh all underground services. Privale panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 8B6-  3812 or 328*5534. ss  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View.  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake root,  French windows. $235,900. 886-  0081,351*7866atter8pm.     ss  Emie and Laurie White are proud  to announce the birth of a healthy  baby boy, Shane Christopher  White weighing 8 pounds, 11  ounces, on October 10,1993.  Shane was welcomed to his new  world with his proud great-grandmother, Megan Thomson and  grandparents Alan and Eleanor  White and Marcel and Sue  Falardeau. Shane would like to  give a special thanks to Dr. J. Petzold, Dr. E. Berinstein and all the  nurses at St. Mary's Hospital.��48c  This Christinas  giv* a portrait...  Beautifully executed  colour pencil portraits from  your favourite photo.  B-281. $OB  Gibrjons,V0N1V0v��l#_f  DelveiyMweeks. ___M_m  guaranteed ot money r��tunded  DENMSON:Paseed away November 22,1993, Grant Otto Demi-  son, late of Gibsons, age 86 years.  Survived by las loving lamily: three  sons: Robert, James and Richard;  three daughters: Donna, Jean, and  Betty; 12 grandchildren, live greatgrandchildren and one great-great-  granddaughter. Mr. Demison was  a practising, faithful Jehovah's Witness for the past 50 years. Memorial service was held November 26  in Grand Forks. Cremation.  Arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. M8c  CREEKslC-E ESTATES-  GIBSONS  3 bdrm. SrS duplex half, t yr. old,  2 lull bths, garage 1 carport.  Secluded, sundeck, 5 appis.,  $134,500.298-5215 Hide ��� Sutton  Group. I48w  RARE 5 ACRE LOTS  Great ocean view, 5 min. walk to  Sargeanfs Bay Park, drilled wells  and hydro included. Within 2 yrs.,  this newly completed 35 lot rural  development will realize its lull  potential. Don't wait til il's no  longer alfordable. To view, diive to  the end of Leaning Tree Road and  call Dave Speers at 946*7655 or  pager 1-979-4042. S158.000.M9w  PRICE REDUCED  Multi family zoned home, 2600 sq.  ft. on two view lots at Seaview and  Beach Ave. in lower Gibsons. 2  Odrm suite on tower level. Recently  appraised at $220,000. Oilers.  886-3281. (50c  752 Hwy. 101, 50x268 lot, 3 Ddrm  older house, $165,000.866*9049  ss  Halfmoon Bay. Hal 1/2 acre lot,  across park near school. $75,000  by owner. 274*5663. ss  Five wooded acres. Langdale  area. Creek t some view,  $135,000 lirm. No agents at all!  886-4714 ss  3/4 acre lot on Norlhwood Rd..  Redrooffs. Level and cleared.  Close lo school and park, $79,900.  885*4150, ss  For sale by owner 3 bdrm. rancher, 1 1/2 bath, 2x8 const., dbl.  garage. 100x165' lot. Fruit trees,  gardens, $196,000.886*7825.  Mto  Davis Bay/Setma Park, 4990 Hwy.  101, $189,000. By owner. Great  lamily home. Over 2,000 sq. tt.  fully reno. Features 3 bdrms, new  kitchen t bath, 1 ensuite. New carpets throughout, new nat. gas fum.  I water heater, new roof, 2 f/p's,  fin. bsmt. witarge games and lamily room. Large private landscaped  lot, well above hwy. with peek-a-  boo view. Must be seen! 886-7513  1X1*922*6334. IS1C  HAIR STUDIO  1444 Gower Pt. Rd  886-7911  Days/Evenings  THANK YOU to everyone who  helped make our first Xmas Craft  Fair a success. Below are the avin-  ners ot the door prizes ��� Congratulations! Marjorie Mood, Brenda  Hedden, M. Waldie, Paz Moral,  Susan Crisp, Wendy Bone, Gerry  Edgecomb, Juke Bowman, Ingrid  Piros, Olga Procopico, Doreen  Ball, Dave Bonser, Lewis Mackay,  Patti Hendrickson, Joan Bouton,  Scott Campbell, Jenny Heller,  Karen McKinnon, Mary Webb, P.  Cullen, and Gwen Paul,     wee  Twenty-live stars to all ol the  ladies who helped out al Carol and  Del's 25th! <48c  Reward for black Marin Mountain  Bike stolen Nov. 9 Irom Chamberlin Rd. 886-S225. ��48w  Remedial reading tutor available.  For further inlormation call 886-  9851. MSw  Adult male sexual abuse survivors  interested in participating in a  group, contact Bill al 8850282.   Mft*  EUROPEAN SKIN CARE  BEAUTY CLINIC  Facials, wadng, manicure, pedicure, lash t brow tint, back treatments. Open every day. 686-0939.  Christmas gilt certificates.   ��5lc  PRIVATE TUITION  Fully qualified experienced teacher  available. Adults, high school and  elementary students. 888-8468.  HOun  Marry Christmas to Mom or  Still time for a trashily painted bedroom, bath or? belore the holidays.  Dick Backman 896*7656.   ��50c  CREATIVE DANCE CLASSES  Wednesday afternoons  United Church Hall  DAWN 886*3135. a50w  Ine Comer  Closet  Molly's Lane Market  Ladies consignment  Clothing  Imports ��� Toys ��� Used Books  So rnuch to choose from  Open 7 days a week  . jjJjWj       v  CHRISTMAS  CRAFT  FAIR  SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 4  SENIOR'S HAU,  SECHELT  Aduh:SI.OiUrm:rne  ��>mmWf9tmm\~tUiWt    ���    POHUOQ  OMATOmiDUM  COOL RUNNINGS  One Ion truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. tins  GIBSONS LANDING  SWEATSHIRTS  by Greta Guzek now available at  Show Piece Gallery, 886*9213.  ���49c  L'ECOLE PASSEPARTOUT  French Immersion playgroup openings lor 4-year-olds. Introduce your  preschooler lo the French language ihiough play, games, cralts,  stories and music. Contact Denise  885-5466 or L'ecole Passe Paitoul  885*5855. ��4w  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER  -_ ��  ������af*' Release tension  ���\mm. and emotional  ���_* blocks in a safe  nurturing environment.  GIFT  CERTIFICATES  886-4274  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  At home or at work, one on one or  a group. Call Jeff 886*095   tfns  Nature's Sunshine products now  available! Hems and supplements,  highest quality, guaranteed pure -  ask about Chinese Heib Combine*  tions and Immune System Stimulants. Local distributor. Sue. 883-  9375. i50c  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885*7883,24 hour line. tin  AdtfchikJrenrjIAlcch-fcsoidys*  tii-itforial families pieese cal! 886*  3649 or 885-4622 for help,     nc  dose Out Salell All dock 90%  OFF. New stock still coming  from aajniajuie * must bt letd.  Cookware, dishes, toyi, tools,  glfta, ate. Bait Price Liquidations, Seaview Place, near Sal*  nation Army Store.        HOw  GRAPE DEALS  WINE MAKING CLASSES  Free classes during Ocl. and Nov.  Gieat savings tor class members.  Yout own wine ready lor Christmas. Direct importers of Calilomia  special grape concentrate and  wine making kits 886-0225    tfn  Does someone In youi family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886*9903, 885*7484. 886*9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565 or 885*7484.  nc  The Sunshine Coast Music Society  is holding auditions lor soloists lor  Mozart's Requiem (performance  set lot beg. of Apiil), Nov. 30 at  7:30pm at SI. John's Uniled  Chuich in Wilson Creek. For inlormation please call 8860995148c  ACUPRESSURE OR  REFLEXOLOGY  Relieves stress and tension. Call  Arlekjh 886*9234. #50*  Lower Mainland Crisis - Donations desperately needed for Ihe  homeless: any used winter clothing  and bedding. Pick up 883*2546,  885*9819,885*4073.        ��50w  II you go down lo the Creek today,  you'te in lor a Bizarre surprise. For  the unique, Out of Time, Roberts  Creek. 885*3935. M9w  TENNIS LESSONS  At the Wakefield bubble. Adull,  junior, beginner, intermediate and  advanced. Call 885-7006 or BBS-  DOSS. 148c  Daw__p_ _L _��_!_���  alMa-a-aaaaa  �� '.t_y-  WMKIHOP  Sat: Nov. 20th 10-2 pm  All Stencils & Accessories  20% off  Sunshine Coast  Transition House.  A sate place lor women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 685*2944 tin  R.B.W. Filth Wheel hitch, 12,000  Ib. rating. 885*4851. ��46w  For sale: Van conversion, Ford  150,1980. Good condilion, low  mileage. 886-8520 tfns  Cuh'ittt, Royat Bank Trail ray  Mall, Fit. NM. 19. Please return to  Iront desk, Royal Bank, no ques*  fatsasked. MSc  Gold bracelet with charm, lower  Gibsons, on Nov. 13. Phone 886-  0477 or 886*8158. *48c  Pepper, our black/white tabby lost,  Nov. 19, vicinity of Glassford  Maptewood. Call Ana 886*3009.  M8c  14k gold necklace, lost Oct. 30,  reward offered. 885*7665.   MSc  Silver ladles watch with black  leather strap, Gibsons area. 886*  2354. 148*  Young lemale silver tabby cat wilh  black collar found in Grandview /  Pratt area. Call 886-3051.   MSc  Small brown tabby, vicinity  MacKenzie Maiina. Call to identify,  885-4701. M8c  Blue/while child's Breakaway bicycle, Franklin Rd. atea. 886-2366.  Dark grey and white lemale tabby,  4 white paws, lound near Sechelt.  734-4456. (,48c  Metal vise lound in Pendei Harbour area. Phone to identify 885  7703. MSw  WantadlGoodfanillyhoiM  3 year old Lab Shepherd, spayed,  shots, trained. Will protect home  and lamily, good winds. Renumer*  ation: lots of love and warmth.  885*2474. 150c  EAGLE RIDCE  VfTtMNART HWWTAl  Saving the  SunshineCoast  for over  10 YEARS  rMto Big Mac's SadM  885-5158  12   Pets &  Livestock  Wire haired purebred terrier puppies, 11 weeks old, ready to go.  883*2400. ��48c  Lessons: English, Western, Gymkhana. Training, horseshoeing.  Free manure. Phone Bob or Barb,  886*9470. lei tl ring. ��48c  HORSE BOARDING  40-acre Sechelt location. Box stall  and lull board. $195/mo. 885*3506.  ���48w  One 11-yr* old registered Quarter  horse 'Cree'. Excellent trail horse.  Easy disposition. $1400 obo. 885  9130 ��48w  Co-op Feeds - Pio Form brand  available at Chamberlin Gardens.  ���52w  For Patent Tot Dropin ��� mad children's wooden blocks, all shape*  and sizes, will pay cash. Dca_iont  gratetully accepted. Tammy 865  2699. ��52w  Used building materials in gooc  cond. t buildings to be demolished. Sunco Recycled Buildinj  Materlals, 58S3 Wharf Rd..  Sechelt. 885*8889. Recycle I  Save. lln  Cute kittens 'Free*. 8 weeks old.  Ait��c��� with dog. 8864282.M8C  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  30' electric slove, s.sleel oven,  Dog 4 cat boarding. Expeiienced j,-3u; counter top range, reg.  dog trainer. "Science Diet" pet  j5*a9 j,<6; wln ov(m *,|ack;  foods. 886*8568.  MX1 Lowrey organ, many leatures,  beautilul sound, $5000. Phone  885*6473. ��49c  Koig surround sound elec. MIDI  piano, concert series 5000. lull  size keyboaid, in showroom condilion (the best) with bench, hall  price: Korg rhythm unit 55B like  new: rhythm ace, tull auto unit: full  size violin, bow 1 case: older  reverb unit. 885-4839.       ��0w  Craltsman elect, lawn mower, 885-  3138. ��0c  GE range, almond, good cond.,  $325. Janet 885*5240.       150c  Westinghouse dryer, good working  cond., $75.886*3051.        ��50c  Diyer, works welt, $100 obo. 885  4211. ��50c  Excellent condition inglis washing  machine, $175.886-2892.   ��49c  Dishwashei, $80; stove, $80;  washei t dryer, $80; wood stove,  $60,885-5659. 148c  Piano Tuning  #  repalh  ��� appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Piano tuner selling pianos. Uprights, apt. size. Delivered, tuned.  883*2329. 149c  Piano. Mason and Risch, good  condition and sound, $2500. 886-  7304 alter 6 pm. ��49c  Full size drum set with many  extras, $595 obo. 883*9290 altei  4:30 pm. ��49c  Leant to play  Initiate learns for ullages  88&8S75  Classical guitar w/hard case In  good condition. Perfect lor beginner, $100. Call Sean al 886*0674.  ���49c  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal soundng board,  beautilul sound. $1000.885*9306.  tfns  i Re-condittoned Hoi Point washer /  dryer, 3 month wananty, $400/pr.;  45 gal hot walei tank, $75, like  new. R.B. Appliance Service, 885*  6097. I48c  Medium sized deep freezer, good  condition, $150ot��. 885-0409.  ���48c  Kenmore 24* heavy duty washer,  $200 obo. 886*7534. 148c  PROPANE/115 VOLT  Indge, 8 cu. It., built-in, $290. Bill  883*9895. 148c  Admiral ss 18.2 cu ft fridge,  almond, $575.885*9336.       ss  Three electric commercial grill top  ranges in very good condition,  $1000 each obo. Crjrrlaa Dave at-  Si. Maiy's Hospital. 885-2224,  local 60. lln  Dishwasher, $60; slove, $80;  washer 4 diyei, $80; wood Hove,  $60,886*5669. MSw  Maytag W/D, older models, good  cond., $150 pr. 885-6069.   M9w  30- While stove, $200; dtshwaah-  er, $50; small fridge, $30.1386-  3164. Mtw  SKI BUS  To Whistler and Blackcomb. For  more info call Westcoest Explorers  Travel Club, 886-4862.      ��52w  FUN In the SUN TOUR  2 wka Feb. 20-Mar. 5/94  $1395 pp/Mn CON  Includes: Rln air fare, airport  trans., apt. accom., daily touring,  Phoenix, Grand Canyon, Las  Vegas, Tucson, Tombstone and  Nogales. Mexico. ELITE TRAVEL  1*800-667-0061. ��50c  1000 PALMS  Calilomia, 2 bathroom 2 bdrms.,  dbl. wide mobile home. Completely  turn, all utils ind. Golf, 2 pools, hot  tub, tennis, $1000/mo. US. 886*'  3109. MOw  RCI Time Shares, 2 wks. Call lor  info 8857623. M9w  White tile top dining table, 4 chaiis,  $350; harvest gokt couch, chair,  ottoman, $125; antique teachers  desk, $25; Ikea easy chair, $45;  apt. size dryer, $35; annex* travel  tnmk, $25; double luton mattress,  $40.8850194 alt. Bpra.     M9w  We can make fern a bet  just lb. rigbt belgbt  ibat wont squeak or creak  and ibat flls your mamas  Headboards alone too.  TIM CLEMENT  eee-eaie  1044 S���maant Way, Oabaona  -Wwv.aMtaaiaa-.-aa  Two stalls and pasture for horse  boarding. Reasonable rates. 886*  9625. ��50w  Old gas engines, tractors, example: Reo, Easlhope, running or  pans. 886-0968. ���50c  Wooden doll house 885*4748.  ���50c  Sunshine Coasl Transition House  needs a donation of an electric  stove in good cond. 8852944.  ���50c  Wheel barrow. 883*2045.    M9c  Extremely affordable computer lor  novice. Unbiased purchaser. IBM  or Mac okay. Min. 40 meg. hd.  6853917. tfns  Large size pel kennel, $70 obo. Little Tykes kitchen or other toys  8859561. (50w    lor our little fykes. 885*0115.M9w  Leather chesterfield and lovesaet,  as new, peach color, $1500; two  maple single beds, plus bedding,  $100 lor both. 8853117.    ��50w  Solid maple coffee and end tables  w/diawars, exc. cond. (3) $200.  883-9744,8834526. MDc  Sofa. matching chair, decent cond.  $100.885-6306 alter 5 pm. M9c  Automatic adjustable bed (single),  1/2 price, $800, as rew. 8634107.  MSw  Leather couch, brown Id-back 3*  sealer by Sklar-Peppler. Incredibly  comlortable, newly cleaned.  $1200. Nick 886*2756.       MSc  King 4 poster watetbed, 6 drawers,  motionless mattress, complete  $250.8853265. Hn  Couch and chair combo, gold  coloured, $100; 2 captain's beds,  $25 each. 8655319 eves   MSc  Used lurniture t misc. second  hand goods "Castaways', Molly's  Lane, open Wed. thru Mon., 11-  4:30.8852297 or 8884130.  In  Two male Shihtzu's, bom Nov. 10,  ready Dec. 22, $300 lirm. Vet  checked. 865*0470. ��50w  Two dog crates, med. sz., exc.  cond., $30 ea. 866*3057.   MSw  COAST CLIPPERS  Certified, experienced pet grooming. Call tor appointment 686-  8384. M8w  Small apt. size freezer. 886-0979.  ��n  Fishing rod ��� a good salt water;  sturdy enough to land those whoppers! Reasonable $. Call 886*7355  lve. mess. tins  Industrial sewing machine wilh  walking loot and reverse. Phone  8654019. MSw  Excellent second hand carpal,  sizes 15'x16', 11'x13', 9'x12',  8'xlO', rusty colour, total $125.  8854431 after 6. HOC  Used wood lireciace insert, h  Iresh air Irom outside chimney  connote. 866*7768 eves    Mtw  -;'.-. -*.:. --vv-vrv   ------- Coast News, November 29, 1993       21  Shop Now For Xmas  Beautilul diamond cluster ring,  app. value, $1400, sail lor $800.  Singer sewing machine multi-decorator stiches, sell-buttonholei,  many extras, $250., 686*2673.   ��0w  Firewood ��� seasoned and unseasoned $757cord, bundled cedai  kindling, $3/bundle. 886*3092 ah.  *<*_ H50w  Rockwell Delta 8' lable saw w/4*  planer, matching drill press and  vise 10* disk sander, fits on saw  arbor. $365.6853884.     ��50w  Pellet King slove, like new, asking  $1000.8850839. ��50w  GUYSCAPES  Christmas Tree Lots  Cteening Dec. 4  ���LIVE A COT TREES'  Hwy 101* Pell Rd.,  Roberta Creek  Seasoned Firewood, Iir or alder,  lull cord. Delivery. Eves 7-10pm.  MSw  Going oul ol business ��� glass  showcase, cash register, circular  gourmet racks, commercial garment steamer, olfice desk; pant  Crerryvaood "the best'lor smoking  and dress hangers. 883*2460.  fish. Lv. mess. 1*733*7742. ��50w *  Hi-Fi-Dynaco amplifier, Maranfz  tuner, Altai single cassette deck, 2  rjynaco speakers. 8859395.��50w  Year old Admiral relridgerator,  exc. cond., $600.8859628. KOw  VHa8 dining room suite, Panasonic  microwave, picnic table, baibeque.  8854555. <50w  Yamaha 920 motorcycle, $1295;  Dacor Dive light. $50; Candle  am/lm cassette portable, $50;  brielcase, $35; ceramic healer,  $40; Mitsubishi am/lm cassette,  vertical stackable stereo. $275.  885*0382. -50C  Shop Now For Xmas * Beautilul  Two snow lires Uniroyal  PI75/70R13 MIS. Never on  wheels, $50 ea.: adult air rifle with  telescope sight, high power, en.  cond.. $300; Browning lever  action, .22 cal. rille, exc. cond.,  $250.8659227. ��50w  LOCAL HONEY  886-2127  ���50w  Four anlique oak leather-seat  chairs, $35 ea. obo. 8853889.   WO*  Mountain bikes, Rocky Mountain  'Fusion', $700; Diamond Back,  $400 obo. 8850674.        MOW  Mountain bike. Marin 18* Madrone  Trail. Mainlained. Very good condition $375 obo. Nick 8858982.  MSc  Road bike. Cannondale Critehum,  21 inch aluminum Irame, Wolber  wheels. Excellent condtion. $600  obo. Nick 8858982. M8c  CASHPAID  lor old clocks, pocket watches,  woiking or not. Jewelry, old dolls,  old machines, furniture. Anything  CM. 8853905. MSc  100 good boom chains; creosote  pilings, various lengths; wood splitter with conveyor; 3 ton wood Iruck  with hoist; sidewinder and dozer  boat. 883*2057. MSc  Bottle water, 2c per litre. Donald al  8654170. MSc  Leam the benefits liom the Incredible power ol juicing with no diss.  8654170. MSc  Brand new IB" Nishiki gilt's mountain bike with accessories. 885  4282. MSc  1983 Toyota 1/2 Ion pick-up tiuck  (96,000 kms), $500, as is; Sealy  Posture-Pedic double mattress  and box spring, $25. Phone 886*  7234 alter 4:30 pm. M8c  LOOKING FOR A UNIQUE  CHRISTMAS GIFT?  Beautifully finished crystal coated  1974 model-600 Bobcat. $3800  obo.885366t. MSw  78 580 C Case backhoe, new  brakes, exc. cond., $16,000 obo.  8857401. ss  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $2000 obo.  8852546. ss  Forced sale: immaculate 74 TR-6.  must see. $8,500.8856065.M9C  '88 Mercury Tracer LS, 4 dr., slan*  dard, 92,000 km. good cond.,  $3700obo.866-9339.        ��49c  1977 Coupe de Ville Cadillac, 2 1986 Ford Taurus, am/fm, Ac V6,  dr., 425 cu. in. motor, good run* auto/od. 4 door, exc. cond. $5495.  ning condition, $1500 firm. 885 8857520 or 866*2111.  2574.                          ��48c  1980 Honda Prelude, p/sunrool,  recent tuneup, rear brake cylinder,  runs well, good tires, $1200 obo.  8859826. ��50w  79 Dodge V6, loaded, must see,  $4,600 obo. 685-4652 eves. (50c  1968 Mercury Sable GS, 4 DrV  Auto/ V6/ White/ A.CV  AMjT.M. cassette. 885*3281.  MDL5936   1980 T-Bird. running. Will sell car,  $400 or pan out, 883*9744, 883*  9526. (49c  '81 Phoenix, 6 cyl.. auto. Looks  good, runs good. $1300 obo. 885  3694. (49c  J4HR. TOWING  AKXAnoiiacuisg  atTOWM  886-S0S0  Parts for most makes kxcisP  domestic, 8 whed drive,  4 whtd drive t some do drive,  Some ports Installation  available  AtMH  aaa tejwtellH  H^a m____.  peril nan.  1983 Crown Victoria wagon,  completely refurbished, a great  family wagon. $1995. 885-  3281 MOL5936 SALE  1977 Chev Suburban 4-wheel  drive, $550.8859306. lln  1975 Ford van, 351 3 spd, $500.  885*5764. Very top NorlrVest Bay  Rd. ��50c  diamond cluster ting, app. value  Round anlique DR table w/2  $1400, sell for $800. B86-2873   leaves, $575; grey Chinese 8x10 burl clocks, key hangers, desk  Singer sewing machine mutt, dec- carpet, $900; grey cheslerlield, sets and candle holders. Locally  orator stitches, self-button holer, $400; dehydrator, $150; several  many extras, $250. ��50w   misc. items, lamps, coffee lable,  etc. 8857791, ��50w  White crib w/mattiess., $176;  white cradle, lge., $75; wooden  high chair, brown, $40; Costco T-  bett car seat, $75; Perego stroller,  $95,885*4461. ��50w  Washer, dryer, good cond., $250;  used floating docks. 883*2767.  MOW  Commodore 64 wilh disc drive,  keyboard, daisywheel printer, programs, games, $250 obo. Men's  iceskates, size 8, excellent condilion, $75 obo. 8857647.    150c  Sturdy pine shelving, $18.99 ind.  4 shelves - hardware, D12'xH68  handcrafted. Validly ol sizes and  prices. To view phone 8852574.  M8C  Two sets ol champion laminated  cross-country skis, $25 ea.; one  set Tyrol ski boots, 91/2, $10.885  3056. M8w  IBM compatible 286,16 mhz, 1  meg. ram, 40 meg. h.drlve, high  density floppies 31/2', 1.44 and 5  1/4 ' 1.22 keyboard, monitor.  Word Perfect 5.1, PC tools, $600.  W. mono monitor, $725 w/Ega  colour graphics monitor. 8853673.  M9w       Belmont upright piano, very good  Going Out ol Business Close  condtion. 8852952. MSc  Out Sato! Eveiylhing goes. 50%  off everything. Sale ends when all  Wescratf double glazed screened  windows, sliding patio door,  brown. Used lumber 2x6 etc. Inio  8850650. MSC  CHRISTMAS SPECIALS  New and used SEA KAYAKS 1  EQUIPMENT. Ta�� free. Gilt certificates lor Introduction to sea kayaking, self and assisted rescues  and Ihe Eskimo roll. Sunshine  Kayaking Ltd. 8859760.   (51c  1989 Grand Wagoneer 4WD. V8.  auto, leather, lully loaded, trailer  pkg, low miles. 885*3281  MDL5936   1964 Chev Belair sedan, new  tires, brakes, exhaust system, veiy  clean classic, $950.883*2114.  ���50c  1979 Ford Fairmont, 4 door, clean,  good condition, $650.883*2114.  ���600  1990 F150 Custom 5 OL Auto. Wl,  cruise, cassette. 885*3281.  MDL5936  1992 Ford Taurus, P/S, P/B, air.,  AM/FM Cass., auto., on wan.,  54,000 kms.; 1989 Sonata GLS  fully loaded. 54,000 kms., nice silver/blue car, $8900.8853210.  MBw  For sale ��� 1977 Grand Fury,  brown, good shape, $800. 863-  230101883-2704. M9w  1977 Chev Suburban, 4 wheel  drive, $550.885*9306. tfn  '81 Malibu S/W. new tires, rally  wheels. $600.8857472.    M9w  '67 Mustang Coupe, V8, p��s, vinyl  root, buckets, console, 53,000  orig. miles, one owner, $6,475 or  will trade for lale model 19 - 21'  powerboat. 8654031.      MSc  1981 Mercury Zephyr stn. wagon,  $1500 obo. Phone B859233.M8c  1988 3/4 ton Vandura GMC van,  mint cond.. $8500 obo. Phone  883*2045. ��48c  One ugly '69 VW*Ba|a. Runs  good, jumps high. $400.886  0960. ��48c  1l'3x7'9 steel Irame for flat deck,  needs planking, $500 lirm. 686*  2576. ��50c  '85 Chev 1 ton flat deck/dump,  25,000 kms on rebuill 350. PS/PB,  6000 Ib. wtneh/dumpster optional,  good shape, runs well, $10,900  obo. 8853727. ss  '84 Mazda B-2000 long box. exc.  running cond., rusty, $1500 obo.  885*3727. ��0w  '81 Ford F250 super cab XLT,  $600; deluxe canopy, cost $1600,  sell $500.883*2767.        ��50w  1979 Dodge work van. runs well.  $500 firm. 886*7636. 150c  71 GMC 1 ton. excellent shape,  $2,500.885*9357. ttn  75 Foid 4x4 3/4 ton, 35' mudders  and winch. $3,200 obo. 886*7140  or 886*2576. ��50c  WANTED  3/4 ton pick up, extra cab. 4x4,  auto, 1986 -1992.886*2500.��50c  71 Ford cab . chassis, good running condition, $500.886*2576.  ���50c  1983 Mazda B2000 p.u��� 5 spd.,  79,000 km, near new lires, $1800.  W/low hitch, $75. Utility trailer  w/spare, $150.8857538.   M9c  1989 S15,5 sp., less than 50,000  kms., Demon stereo, extra snows,  $4400.8655263. MSw  77 Ford F-250, 54,000 miles,  good running cond., $1500. Paul  8852895 alt. 6pm. tfns  1980 1 ton Chev; 1980 3/4 ton  4X4 Chev, both in good running  cond. 8854899 between 7*9pm.  M9w  1982 Frxd Couriei. $650 obo. 885  9749. ��49w  76 GMC tiuck, exc. mech. cond.,  $800 obo. 863*2429.        M9w  1980 Mustang, standard 4 sp., 4  cyt., good tires, good brakes, new  caib. kit, body In decent shape, oil    tone lender, runs well, $500.885  *84 m_. Kinfl Ca��� w/canopy  0924. tins  Custom coach, 33 ft. Canadian  built. Self-contained in eveiy way.'  Localed at Langdale Heights RV  Patk, $11,500 c*��.8B50767.��5jc  76 Ford 3/4 ton s/cab 9 II.  camper, everything works but getting tied. Ready to go anywhere,  $1,200.883*2819.863-2456.��50c  1982 VW Westlalia camper, prop.,  Iridge and slove, $7000 obo. 885  3842. ss  1976* 22 It. Wilderness travel  trailer. $2500.883*9087.    ��49w  Canopy lor import P/U, insulated,  roottacks, light, vent. $350.885  6069. M9w  1976 -22II. Wilderness tiavel  trailer. $2500.883*9067.    ��49w  Car dolly (Kartole Autom) complete w/light bar lot mid-size, neai  new, $1550 obo. 883*2246. ��50c  30 It. Iravel trailer, remodelled, gas  stove, luinace, shower, $8500.  8854217. ss  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 8859025. ss  Golf irons, Spalding Top Rite extra  1/2'w��'w35"; $23.99-D20-66 slt>**k,"Sres"aregorie'."Besl Price lav-, $115; Power Built woods 1*  1/2'x35 inventory dearance. 885*  Liquidations, Seaview Place, next  " "  lo Salvation Amy store.    ��49w  3655.  ���50c  ______!  1993 Probe aulo. 2.0LDOHC  16 valve -loaded all new for  '93.Molomend'sCarofthe  Year. Drive this carl 885*3281.  MDL5936.  1987 Honda CRX, sunroof, new  1989 Ford E35015 pass. van.  V8 automatic. $14,995. 885-  _8t.MDL.i936,   1966 Valiant, 4 door, slant six,  $350 obo. 885-9235 leave message. ��49c  1980 Muslang, std., good brakes,  good tires, new carb kit, runs well,  dependable transportation. $500  obo. 8850924. tins  1988 Nissan Senlra 5 sp., red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new front tires,  exc. cond., $5500.8864837. ss  1984 Dodge Caravan, 5 pass.,  exc. shape, $3800.8854217. ss  1986 Chev Celebrity Eurosport,  auto, ac, all power, excellent condilion. $4550.8864641.       ss  1989 motor, good condilion,  $3,200 obo. 886*0164.       M9c  1976 Ford F250 Ranger pick-up  w/canopy, blue, $2,500 obo. 885-  9235, leave message.      M9c  1979 Chev 3/4 ton camper special,  84,000 orig. kms, new exhausl,  tiies, exc. shape, 8' Okanagan  campei, heater, stove, Iridge,  propane, new interior, $4,900.  883*2756. ���48c  1969 Alia Romeo GT, 1750cc  Two fireplace inserts, incl. surrounds, $175 each. 886*7165.  ���50c  Melal wardrobe 63x36x20, $50;  beige/brown braided rug, 9x12,  $160; Isrge toaster oven, self-  dean, $35.8857674.       ��50c  Open cooler 6'10* high, 5T wide,  AQUARIUMS  Large, used, $35  TROPICAL FISH  Supplies 25t J up  34, $165.8864664.  Candles, medicine pouches, cloth clutch and paint, asking $6,000.  menstrual pads, natural incense. A 683*2027.                    ��50c  shopping experience. Out ot Time, .   Roberts Cieek. 8853935. M9w 1953 Ford sedan delivery, best  '89 Tracker 4X4 convertable.  w/d���IW*t��rergcodfe.' Extra  65,000 kms, asking $6900. Call  $6500.8853433.  motor, lots of parts, some rust, e>es-ai*-"7556-   $1500. Also 1980 Jetta w/blown  head gaskets, $500.8853573.  149c  1957 Ford F-100, frame otl  restoration, 460-V8C-6 auto, posi*  traction, mags, custom metallic ��______  blue paint and interior, rust Iree.  New 24' tandem galvanized trailer,  In water 3 times, $3,500 ��� no GST.  883*2819 or 883*2456.      ��50c  1978 ��� 37II. long cabin berry ferret, exc. shape, diesel powered,  lots of exlras, asking low 80s. For  appt. 987*5304 or lv. mess. ��50w  20 Campion Cuddly Cabin, 5.7 L,  280 hp, 22-800 outdrive, fish finder, tandem axle trailer, all as new ���  low hours - lorced sale, $6,500  ���50c  IE  Offer. 885*6419.  M9w  Celtic jewelery, native pottery,  5 Showcase with light, $50.885,, go,*, osmiaslicks, dothing from  "��� ___   Europe/India. Out of Time,  Ladies grey imitation tur stole, $40  obo. 883*2045. ��49c  5 shelves with racks. Excellent lor  !_���_ VM m -^^ ^mii  small business (as deli section, 6 mlim detectots, 3 contacts,  produce, etc.), $1,000 obo. 885  9240 MOc  TREE FREE PAPER  50% hemp, 50% cereal straw, $15  / 500. Canadian Hemp Awareness  Campaign 8859747.        150c  Pool table w/cues, balls, rack,  $350 obo; men's road bike, $110,  obo. 885*9440 after 6 pm.   ��50c  Men's Raleigh Scepter 10 speed  bike, $50; 2 hampster cages and  supplies, oilers; Singer electric  cabinet sewing machine, $75; set Full length mink coat, medium  ol 53 'Making of America' series size, very dark brown, A-1 Condi-  westerns, $20; pre-1910 cider  tion, $1500 obo. 883-2045. ��49c  pre*$120.886<)968.      '**    Rrev^ lor sale. 1/2 or Ml cords,  The original Welcome Bat bat Tillicum area. 8953134.    ��49c  house, $16 delivered, Langdale lo  Roberts Creek 8853935. ��49w  12' B/W Mcintosh monitor, $175;  3 colour silkscreen printing table  Ind. all access., $450 obo; Sears  sola bed (new 390) exc. cond.  '81 Cadillac Eldorado Biarrilez.  Brushed aluminum roof, digital  dash, moon roof, leather, new  brakes and Ires. Well maintained,  beautilul condition. $7500. 885-  0271. *48w  ea. 8650244.  digital console, 1 yeai old, cosl  $2500, sell $1500. Teak veneer ��200 <**>'��� s-*-m 9' ���*"a9e d0018  display unit, 2 sliding glass doors,   �����_^Jin6w 100�� *"'' *_"  4 glass shelves, bottom rack dis-  ~ ����cr""  play lights. 7 1/2' x 5 3/4', $750.  Glass and mirror display unit,  42'x48'x20', shelves under mirrored sliding doors, $350. H.D. drill  press w/mounted 2-way vise,  $350. Power transformer, AC to 12  or 24 DC amp, voltage meters,  $2.50. Phone 8850263 after 6pm.  M9c  West Sechell. 6853159.    -50c  While pedestal sink, near new,  $75; large Napoleon airtight stove,  glass door, near new, $425 obo.  ���50c  One 4x6 utility trailer w/spare Ire,  $400 obo. Phone 8857882. ��49c  Pool lable, 6'x4', 8 balls and  snooker balls, $495 obo; Yorks  2001 universal gym, $200 obo.  8859235, leave message. M9c  56 leet aluminum hand railing, 42*  h. brown, exc. cond., $175.885-  5400. M9w  Kent woodslove, $800; camper lor  small truck, $1800.885*9552.  MSw  12' monocrome Madntosh monitor, $175 firm. Great lor power-  book users. Complete 3 colour  screen printing set-up, lots ol  extras, $450 obo. 685*0244.   ss  TOPSOIL  Rich quality lop aolt by the Un*  dam dumptruck load  langdale- Roberts Creek $250  Roberts Creek* DsvtsBay$275  Davis Bay - Hallmoon Bay $265  While quantities latal Call W.D.  Excavating, 8859784 or csll. ��  1-220-1526. Una  Love seat/single bed, $120; Keri  4* *���*�� _*_���,4 ���"��� "'-����� ���*-�����  kennel foi laige dog, $100.886- 6654851 alt. 6pm. 88  3190. M9c  Large Panosonic microwave,  $150.8859475. M9c  Acorn Voyager woodstove, 885  6588. ��49w  Brand new Ladles ski boots,  Roichle, size 8 ��� never used ��� $220  new,$160000.6859143.   ��50c  18 spd. Kokanee mountain bike,  good cond., $325; 100 w Peavy  bass amp, $100 obo. 8853923.  ���50c  Taiga down sleeping bag, good  cond., $150: Kneisal 200 mm X* utj|ily |raMer, 4x6, $350; 14 H.  country skis w/poles, good cond., a|um. boat, $500; 6 hp Evinrude  $135; diamond ring, 10k, $300; outboard. $350; Honda 175 XL,  TV/VCR table, pine veneer, $40; $400: Yamaha 100 Endure, $250;  neck rest lor violin, $20; music m*,t,jie home axle, $100; 20 hp  Sland, $20 (both new) obo. 985 Merc outtxwrd. $150.883-9091.  6356.  MOc M9c  Firewood. $125 lull coid. Also, Homelite 5000 watt generator,  bundles kindling available. Phone e>c ayyj, j-jou 5 prefab con-  Klaus. 8850679. please talk to my crele fa^s. 30'x30"x12', approx.  electronic secretary.         �������>��� 800 lbs. each, $125 lor lot. 883*  New. five ��� 1 gal. cans Benjamin  Moore Latex, eggshell enamel,  lighl bone colour. 8852047.M9W  Pali ol girls figure skates, exc.  cond., size L*4, $40.885*3930  days, 8853015 eves. tins  ' m-CHMSfiUS  Bie*o_a_ ifr***-**-*"01*  OFF. Beat Price Liquidations.  8653254. Seaview Place, Gibsons (near Salty Ann Stored  Opanat 11 (.rn#4����  Osborne fireplace insert, medium,  Antique wood burning cook stove,  $600.6853506. SS  Colour pencil portraits from your  favourite photo. Pats, lamily,  Iriends. 9'x12\ $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with pholo to P.O.  Box 291. Gibsons, BC VON IVO.  Pis. allow 6*8 wks. lor delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded. tins  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Programming subscriptions.  Grew Onion Earth Station  _.w*4*-_WK  WHAT WE HAVE!  1984 NISSAN  4 cyl., aulo,  PS,1 owner,  only  70-439 kms  Savo $2730  1982 FORD  3r/4 van. 6 cyl.,  auto, 1 owner  low Ion's  Save $.2999  1992 Ford Areostar Extended 7  pass. V6 auto PW. PL, Hit  wheel, cruise control, front 6  tear air conditioning, cass.  $18,995. 885_81.MDL5936.  '77 Corvette, needs work, $5000.  886*9475. M9c  1968 Plymouth GTX, 76,000 mi.,  440 auto, oiiginai exc. cond.,  $5000 Dim. 883*9091.       ��49c  1977 Dodge station wagon, 360,  new trans. Drive it or parts, $600.  883*9091. M9C  1965 S-10 Blazer Tahoe pkg., low  k's, exc. cond., $6,950.883*2756.  MSc  78 3/4 ton Chevy flatdeck 4x4,  $2,500 obo. 8653001. ss  1989 Z-71 stepside 4x4, fully  loaded, must sell. 8857484.   ss  64 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8858204. ss  72 Foid 250 p/u, 360 auto, new  tires, sportsman canopy. Solid  truck, $2200.6857401.        SS  1983 GMC 3/4 ton, great shape,  automatic, $2400.8855623 aft. 6.  '84 Toyota Van, 7 psgr. Toyota  reliability. $4,800 obo. 8857648.  9793.  ���49c  Corel Draw program, version 2.01,  never used, 886*9760.      ��48c  Prolessional Hamilton drafting  table, new aim, $1200.6857669.  Mew  tin  GOOD HAY  M0lVBia��D.!lv.f��l  Straw MOCVbak)  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Whole oils 10c*  Csll Between 12*1pm  6659367  tmr-    -^h-as  1978 FORD  3/4&Cab  Victoria track  very clean,  low Ion's  Save $8710  ���PLUS*  02 Ford 1/2 Van  01 OMC 10 psgr  70 Ford S/cab  Centurion Auto  56-15 Wlunf Rd. 5, tlii-ll  8H5 'lOO'l ��� MI>I Kj 1 /  Tracer 4 door notchback. Under  25,000 km. Beautilul condition,  one owner. $10,995. 685*3281.  MDL5936  1989 Volvo 740GL. blue, sunrool,  4 dr., auto., air., new Yokohama  radiais, one owner, all mtce.  records, 76,000 miles, $15,900.  Call 885-3247. MSw  1980 AMC Spirit, good cond., no  rust. $950 Call ah. 5:30pm 885-  7615. ��48w  78 Dodge Volare, runs well, $650  obo. 8859839. M8w  Must sell 1960 van, V8, runs great,  61 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunrool, some rust. $350.8859127. MSc  $350: Obo. 886*7969. SS  1987 Tempo 4 dr., P/W.P/D/l, air  cond., AM/FM slereo, exc. cond.,  $3000.885*4054. SS  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900000.8853648 ss  1982 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new clutch, brakes, $3100. 885  8032. ss  1964 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine In  very good cond., exc. for parts,  $400 obo. Call 8852622.     tfns  74 Olds Cutlass Supreme, 2 dr.  swivel seals, tilt steering, $250.  6858814. ��49w  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunrool w/air. Exc. cond. $6,600 obo.  8657854 aft. 5:30pm. ss  66 Olds Clera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.6957150.  ss  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 886*3623. ss  CLEAROUT! Used fires, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  8857167 ss  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500 tranny, new Irom tires, needs  000886*7378 ss   inspection. $3250.8853001. ss  KMLTMIM   ,  untrsin*  at-_d_aji *|||| |_m_m I  wppn_ nn MaVTia 1  MX.M.M.C.   M.N.AJLS.I  M.A.B.Y.C.   ���Ml*  Surveyors and Consul  79 Ford Bionco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto., looks and runs excellent,  $4995 obo. 8857099. ss  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuill, $6500.  885*7516. SS  Big block Ford propane system  w/lank, $1000. 686*3005 8am-  5pm. Hn  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto., tilt, Sony  steieo, open to reasonable otters.  8857800. ss  ) 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 -t 2  Mercury 7.5, like new, less than 10  hrs. $700 lirm. 863*2788.   ��50c  1969 Johnson 9.9, exc. cond.; 11'  alum w/oars, $675.8856065.M9C  Well bull 14 tt. plywood and libreglass runabout. $t 50; exc. older 6  HP Evinrude, $450.8852738.  MSw  14' alum, boat, molor, trailer,  exlras, $1200 obo. 8850249.M9C  1991 Campion 215 Fishing  Machine, loaded, immaculate.  $21,500.8853114. MBc  14 fl. alum, with trailer, $950 Obo;  and a 12 It. fiberglass Boston  Whaler with trailer, $850 obo. 885  6836. MBc  *RETHEArErlcaon27,cAv1992  Yamaha 9.9 outboard wilh remote  cable; new dodger and African  queen (1992); double draft system  Fab All diesel beaten 2 double  berth: VHF; depth sounder recent  new main; spinnaker; 3 foresails.  $27,000 obo. Phone 886*7534  (evenings) or 8852511 (days).  MSc  CASH  Call Jim Davy at 885-3281  9am-5:30 pm  TUESOAy-SATURDAy  63 Foid LTD midsize 4 cyl., AC,  PB, AM/FM cass., 4 sp., X mi. per  gal., new struts, shocks, rack 1  pinion, brakes, lires, heater core.  Have receipts. Rust free, immaculate. Or will trade for truck ol equal  Saasonsd Firewood ��� $120 per Seldom used: Philips air purifier   valua.Pata93-9770.        MSw  Almost new 6* Busy Bee jointer,  $1250. Call att. 5:30pm. 8857615.  MSw  ttn  Full size camper trig, stove healer,  $1500000.8852108. ss  1978 Chev Nova 4 dr.. 6 cyl..  dependable transportation. $450.  886*9424. ��48w  Must sell 1973 D3O0 max! window  van or 76 Volvo stn, wgn. CHers.  Both run great! 8857232.   ��49c  1961 GMC van, good cond., low  km's on rebuilt motor. $3500 obo.  8854049. MSc  cord. 8657774.  MSw  and de-ionizer w/teptacemem filler  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bion*  HORSE MANURE  SsVtZeSm ���^%>��%r z'szst"-"?:  mmS^S.        ���**   l-��d.F)0beitsCraek.e859969.     ��-aaMK Hns  ��^^mS Bead weaving loom, $12; 40 ��.  E*3_8Sm* #T  seed beads. $3. Wee 668*7774  Two good working lawnmowers,  $75 ea. 8857623 -Htt  just renovated -used stove, oven,  OW, wood stove, oil stove, sinks.  elc. B85-M52. **������**  mornings.  ��48w  ���_8&#iifc  1991 ExDioret Eddie Bauet. 4x4      ~m~~g^m~gf  SHRIMP  Cat 955 track loader $7,000 obo.  8657727. ss  Frozen large Tiger shrimp: and  wanted ��� 12' bucket lor case  outers taken for (rash. 886-3623 or  seoc, calf collect 1*294-3598.  8857339. ��1w M9w  1991 Explorer Eddie Bauer, 4x4  4 door, 4.0 LV6 auto. Fury  equipped PLUS leather interior.  One owner $22,995. 885-3281.  MPL5936  '80 Ford Thunderbird, tuns well,  $750.6853580 lv. mess.   ��48w  ���_* or Oary MC-M33  '65 Dodge 600 turbo, automatic, 4  door sedan, buckets, velour mien*.  or, beautiful car, musl be seen,  $3,295 obo. B|om 8557897. M8c  whon you  pay for 2 Insertions  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in mHw (fi i Mon day or Woik moor  EdHtai. Up to 10 words; 25 ants  for aach additional word.  Ine: last, Found t Fin  Sun Boll Closslflosls  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  Ihen will be cancelled unless you instruct us lo renew il  by ckauaaSed deadline ��� n���i -voihu. for co-n-n-a-a-Mff noV-a-ar-an  Coast Hows  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monalay MIMon W*��k��n��J*r  0 PM. THURSDAY NOON TUMDAY  Gibaona 886-2622 S-ttMt 885-3930 22       Coast News, November 29, 1993  20 ft.freighter canoes  custom built  wood 5. epoxy  huge payload  ideal for Island hidewoys  ph. M5-3I6I  PAIR ol MARINE ENGINES  2 Opp rotation F.W.C. 307 Chevs  1:1 hydraulic trans, c/w pair 2:1  Walters V drives, 4 shafts. 2 props.  2 Struts, 2 mufflers, instruments,  gas tanks . more, $5000. 686*  3730. >49w  Pair ol Marine Engines - 2*6 cyl.  BMW F.W.C. Opp. rotation, $1800.  8853730. ��49w  33 Chris Cratt ��� no engine. $'000  8853730. ��49w  126" Apollo instable with trailer.  exc. cond.. 4 chamber/inllatable  keel sectioned aluminum tloor  boards. Seats, oars, gas tank.  $1500 compiele. 8858558.  tfns  16 ft. intlalat*, $3000: with 20 HP  motor, asking $4500.865*4019.  .48*  17 It. libeiglass 90 hp Merc. Needs  some work. $1850.8854217. ss  18 It. Fibreglass. Volvo I/O. boat  Tandem axle trailer. $3600. 883*  2297. ss  Two Chrysler 318 inboard engines.  One requires some rebuilding,  $1000; other is in tine running condition, $2000. For details call Buccaneer Marina. 6857888.     tin  28 It. Unilty fibreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  fish tinder, lots ol exlias. George  8858139. ss  1986 21 ft Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, fully equipped tor fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500.8852503. ss  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs., new upholstery. UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 886-  7255. ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-2030-40-50-70 HP 1992*1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.     tfn  New lomes  From $35,900 F.P.  Must have own location  i\ down or we will  lake yout trade, car  boal etc.  Call collect  597*3322  New Park  Nanaimo area  Adult communily  Renls Irom $235/mo.  For info, call  597*3322  28. Motorcycles  1969 Triumph 500 ordinal including paint i upholstery. $1,000 firm.  885*7072. MOc  Go cart Irame with engine (YZ80),  Vi- 883*9259. ��48c  91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3,000.886*4746 ss  i960 Yamaha XS tlOO, exc.  cond., 20,000 kms.. $1450 obo.  885-5492. ss  '85 Kawasaki GP2 900 Nimi,i  Black, like new. 20,000 km  $3.500.866*4616 alt. 7 pm.    ss  1978 Honda 400, good cond,,  spare bike lor pans $500 takes all.  886*7722 leave message,    tins  29 Wanted  to rent  Writer seeks house/cottage or pri*  vate space to renl for negot. time  period. F/P preferred. Sandra 736-  6703. ��49c  Responsible protessionai couple  selling home in N. Van seek wen-  kept 2 bdim t storage or 3 bdrm  home between Robens Creek and  Secret Cove. No children, one  mature dog. 9295869.      M9c  Single, employed, N/S person with  mature well-trained cal looking tor  small house or large 1 bdrm. suite,  $500/mo. max. Sue 8852622 days  or mess. eves. tfns  Ocean from! apt. w/spectacular  anew. /-Isles adult apt.. Hwy. 101.  Madeira Park. 885*3910.    ��50w  Avail, immed.. sell-contained suite.  W/D, $450 . utils. 8B53557.��50w  2 bdrm. trailer, Davis Bay, all appliances, $650/mo. 885*7511.  MSw  Bachelor  Suites  BY MONTH OR WEEK  Royal Reach Mot-H  885-7844  31. For Renl  *��4       FREE  WasheraDryer  wilh new dx home  Sry$35,��00F.P. ���  Immediate delivery  Offer good until Nov 30  597-3322  2 bdrm suite, $620/mo.; 1 bdrm  suile. $460.'mo, waterfront, Gibsons. 5251589. ��50c  Gower Pi.. 2 bdim. house, veiy  clean, F/P, deck, $650/mo. N/S,  N/P, rel. req. 8852221.     ��50w  W. Sechelt. avail. Dec. 1,3 bdrm.,  2 bath, 4 appl., $800/mo. 885-  9381. <50w  tfn  1980 14x70 Hlghwood 3 bdrm,  extra large master bdrm has bay  wMr/m, ensile has large soaker  tub, spacious circle kitchen, 5  appl., Venetians throughout, must  ba moved. $34,500 Karen 865-  6412.  New home  Now Set-up  in Family Park  Gibsons area  To view call  866-2597,597*3322.  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  ftWks  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  886-8107  Beauliful sparkling dean, w/bal-  cony, 2 bdrm. apt, F/P, W/W carpet, N/S, $700/mo. utils. t laundry  ind. 885*6263. ��50w  New 1 bdrm. trailer on private  properly, dose to lerry. N/S, $350  ��� ulils. 8859625. ��50w  Quiet pnvale room in great modem  country home. $350. Please call  886*0014. ��50w  2 bdrm. apl. Lower Gibsons, oppo*  ite Gibsons Manna. New building,  quiet . secure, laundry, $,'8Cmo  886-3420. ��50w  1 bdrm. apt. opposite Gibsons  Manna. Quiet, secure, laundry,  new kitchen, bathroom. $590.  Avail Dec 31 886*3420.    I50w  Brand new 1 bdrm. trailer on private property. Close to terry. N/S.  $400/mo. 886*9625 >50w  2 bdtm house, bay atea ot Gibsons, large backyaid, 4 appl..  avail. Dec. 15 or Jan. 1. $700/mo.  886*2163. ���50c  HOPK1NS WATERFRONT  3 bdrm beautiful main floor (near  new|, 2 balhrooms ��� jet lub room  and large Jennaire kitchen, D/W  and W/D, $900/mo. Rels. req. 885  8483. ��50c  Gibsons - laige Iwo bdrm suile,  $475/mo., avail. Dec. 1 (year  tound). Private entrance, h/w tank,  and heating, lots of parking and  laundry facilities are provided.  Leave message al 6B8-B545.��50c  Totally remodelled character house  within walking distance ol terry. 2  bdrm up and room down, 1 1/2  bath, spectacular view. Gibsons.  N/S. Avail. Dec. 1. $855/mo. 866-  2003. ��50c  2 bdrm townhome, 4 appl, carport,  covered sundeck, close lo school.  SBOO/mo. Avail. Dec. 1 8854680.  tw  You can have a lovely 950 sq. tt. 1  bdrm basement suite with private  lenced yard and some cooking  facilities for as little as $375/mo. in  West Sechelt. Avail, now. Janet  685*5240.    . , JfSte  Two bdrm apartment, ocean view,  hydro included, $650/mo. Cindy  885*2284. t50c  SHARED WATERFRONT  HALFMOON BAY  Single prof, male, woiking in Vane.  34 days, wintering away, to share  3 bdrm rancher. Beach, private  tranquil surroundings. 8852474.  ���50c  DAVIS BAY - spectacular view,  executive 3* bdrm home. Family  room, hot tub, hobby cratt, 5 appl,  vaulted ceiling and nice gaiden.  Avail on lease. Rels. req. N/P. N/S,  $1100/mo. 872-3516 after 6 and  weekends. (50c  31    For Renl  Gibsons 2 bdrm main dooi house  recently decorated, huge deck,  spectacular view ol manna. Avail  immed. $500/mo. + util. 886*0775  ���50*  One bdrm. self-contained leat of  house, laige yard, central Gibsons.  $295 * utils. 8850775.       ��48w  Brand new, dlx. home on 2 1/2  acres, near Gibsons and terry 4  bdrm., 2.5 bath, carport. W/D,  D/W. $l0O0/mo. Loase . rels. a  must. Harold 1*939*1225.   ��48w  Gibsons - Spacious 1 bdrm. apt.  ground tloor, central location, 4  appis, $575 incl. hydro. 298*5215.  ��48w  DAVIS BAY  2 bdim. apt w/view, suit single ot  couple, I.VS. N/P, pnvale enlrance  with parking. $650/mo. includes  utils. 685-4812 eves. 886-0066  days. ��49w  New Apts. on Wharl Rd. Two  bdrm. with balcony, 4 appl, laundry room _ security door, $B0O/mo.  plus ulils Refs. teq. 865*4103.  ���49*  SECHELT  New 3 bdrm home, ocean view,  noar goll course, 2 balhs, carports,  N/S, N/P, $775, Dec. 1.885*3138.  ���49c  One bdrm condo, turn, 5 appl,  until June '94, $5807mo. 8858831  ���49c  Two bdrm. view condo, 3 appl,  avail, immed. 885*7882.     #49c  Gibsons: 2 bdrm, upper level ol  house, newly painted, hardwood  floors. FP, deck with outstanding  view, W/D, quiet neighbourhood.  Avail. Dec. 15 or Jan. 1. Rels. leq.  $7007mo. Steve 2559924. *49c  One bdrm, new apt, central Gibsons, laundry avail, $575/mo. 886*  7437. ��49c  West Sechelt furnished two bdrm  waterlront house, Jan. 1 ��� June 30.  988*1233. ��49c  Country retreat, 4 bdrm, 2 balh,  sauna, on acreage, $875. Wendy  866*2277 oi 8858050.      ��48w  Upper Gibsons, 2 bdrm, bright,  sunny, all appis, $600. 8853277,  886*8287 Pat. ��49c  Small, quiet waterfront cabin,  Roberts Creek, lo responsible person, suit retired or quiet working  person. $300 plus light garden and  animal caie. 8653847.      ��49c  2 bdrm remodelled lower suite,  view, W/D, new W/W, etc.,' across  Gibsons Marina. N/S. $575.686-  9737. ��49c  Two bdrm townhouse, 5 appis,  enclosed garage, 3 decks, yard,  F/P, $800/mo, Dec. 1.8859804.   M9c  Gibsons area, new 1 bdtm, F/P,  and laundry facility. $525/mo. ulil.  ind. 1*922-1880. *49c  Two bdrm suite, view, walk lo lerry,  N/S. 432*9879 after 6 pm.  ���49c  Lower Gibsons duplex with gaiden  avail, now. Three laige bdims, F/P  and F/S, W/D. $800. 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'Cr down OAC Pay  mania Irom SlSS/monlh  Phone Oram collecl 536  tm. ___���__  AUTO HOT UNEFree Sen,"  tool Looking lor a used *������*-,  clem B.C.? Call I-80O 56?  SSDSwtiyeav.makeSmca.,  ��� aaaj'll M you *hich deele,  hW ��, InW-n'r1   ___M_a__j_____  DISTRIBUTORS WANTED  lor a ful Une ol Iresh (roi.n  gourmet foods. This Is a  unique opportunity to be part  of the fastest growing bus*  neaeea In Carade. Iniorma-  lon cal Daw W��d(604)273  9493 Daya.   CONTEMPLATING SELF~  EMPLOYMENT?  Success  ful Enrepreneur. outlV-e vi.  ���We business ventures In  monthly publication. Free  detail, to serious enquiries  Success Marketing 2000. Boa  133, Regina. SK, j_P _��  Full or partial interest h prat  ftabss oomp-Jlor dealership  B.C. Central Interior. Annual  Gross Seles $500,000. En  oulrte.: Box 4��2,c/o The Tribune, 168 North 1st Ave..  WWaun.L^e.B.C.VaOIV8.  WelEslebHshedHecreelonel  Soles saad Service Shop In  heart ol B.C.'s besl Alpine  Snowmohiling area. Priced  10 soil. For particulars can  Ron at _______  EARN UP TO $20/Hr Irom  Home! Umltedpo-aHons. For  Iree detals rush SA.S.E. to:  Work al Homo Industries. Ska.  20.11736-HA Ave. N. Delta.  USED RUBBER TIRE -BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY-.  Gov. recycling taa apply -  $2.50 per Ire. $125,000 area  patent protection. Small  processing equipment (tire  granulator) Included. Glue  included (too fee). Moulds  induded (6). Product Patent  included lor your arae also 2  Days reining included. Para  gon Envt-onmentol Product.  Inc. 1(604)665.6249.  Kjg___g_j__  ADD a una Spool Lovely  roommeaM ��� Keren, Undo,  Cheryl ��� have eaatmg personal photos to shave. Free  into: Karen, Boa 670<GB.  Kalowna, B.C.   VIY 7P4.  Adulta Pteeael    EDUCATION  Trs.n lo ba an Apartment/  Condominium Manage, Free  job placement ss.lsl.nce  Guv.mm.nl Uceneed oorre  .pondenco course  : iOOgr.duale..-0-tung For  FREEbrochuleiR.M.Tlut.  5456 or 1600*6656339  UNRESERVED TRUCK and  EQUIPMENT AUCTION,  Monday Dec. 06. 1993 9 O0  am CPA<CanadianPubkc  Auction Lid, 1606-14 Ave.  SE, Ceagery, AJberte. S*i-  ��igonbetie��o(A��*enaTrav��-  porta*oanma_.Corp.;Tli.  City ol Celgery: Transelto  Utilities Corp.: e other con  signers. Cal DSD 5 C; 92  Caua-SM Super K; (2) Hitachi  <22LC'a; 91 Bobcat 753;  5'X 1 z screen deck; -radon;  loader backhow torkHtu; (2)  69 Ford LSOOO's; 19 vatvas  Volvo;.** Ford Aromauaboa;  Bevel 6 reluee lucke; buses  kjhvaey ��� Utility Trellers;  Tenia roiiore I trucka; Service trucks; etc. For more in-  formellon   pleeee   cell  1(403)269*8600.  FOrtlAlf WK.  ONE STOP GREENHOUSE  SHOP. B.C. Greenhouse  Builders LU, 7425 Hedley  Ave,Bumeby.B.C.VSE2RI  FREE BROCHURE.  Alumlnum/Gleee or  Alumlnum/Polycerbonele  SOP, Double-welled Green,  houie.. Solarium-*. corn-Sale  Ine ol Greenhouse Aocesso-  nes. Telephone (604)433  4220. FAX: 4331265.  The ulllmele Gardener s  Store. l.OOOS of Products.  Greenhouses, Hydroponic.  Ddp IrTtgaeon. Huge Book  Seta-axon. 60 Pege, photo  ���Sod 1912 cetelogue 14. re*  rundacSe on order. Western  Water Forms, ���103-20120  64thAve..Lavngssy.B.C. VSA  4P7.   HCALTH  STEEL BUILDINGS FROM  FUTURE * OUONSETS  25X36' $5,962.. 30X40  S6.593. STRAIOHTWALL  OUONSETS S25X36'  $7,130 ,S 30X44' $7,593.  Endaaofc, 8Mng Doors. GST,  Freight 10 Vancouver in  cka-Wad. Call 1-600 4685111  ARTHRITIS SUFFERERS  incredible new product relieve, you Irom ell echo.,  peine, sore muscles. Lum-  bego etc. $7. to Dutchy's  Inlernetlonel. Boa 402,  Coombs. B.C. VOR IMO  CHEF TRAINING Full orr.  17 Week Diploma Programs  oltshng the beet trelnang in  Cookj-yrP.s-ry 6 Desserts.  Student loan, and job place  ment DUBRULLE FRENCH  CULINARY SCHOOL. Vancouver (604)738-3155 or 1  600-667-7268 [In B.C.).  EARN EXTRA MONEY  Lum Income Tu Prep-are*  Don or Basic Bookkeeping by  corraspondanco. For free  Brochures, no oMgaSon, contact U 6 R Tea Services. 1345  Psmblne Hwy.. Winnipeg.  MB. R3T 2B6. 1-800-665-  5144. Enquire about .aciu-  sive frenchise territories now  available.   LET'S COOK FOR OUR  DOO: 256 Pagea ol nutrition  and recapes by veteraravlan  E.R. Oorou * S19.95. Our  P.I. Inc. P.O. 2094, Fon  Macleod. Alberto. TOLOZO.  Five Loaders, 3 Graders,  Lowbeda. 3 Eacevesors. Am-  bulenee, Mechanic. Truck..  6 Dozen, Hieb. 10 Bad-boas.  Wean Trucka, End end Body  Dump., Fuel Trucka, Fire  Trucks, Geneele. Call;  16041493*6791.   ne*jjTjeBrroea>,  LEASE OPTION; DM you  know that you can drive any  aehideyouwmvvlthnoetown  payment end slill use It OS e  Tax Deductibte eapense lor  your business. Example.'  Ford Explorer from $349. par  month. Phone: 326-9211,  OWL   GENERAL MANAGER -  Building Supply; Requires  ambitious eaperienced general manager. Reply to: Boa  457. c/o Wlltama Lak. Tribune, 186 North 1st Avenue,  Williams Lake, B.C. V2GIY8  I���mSTATt  RESIDENTIAL COUNTRY  LOTS In Chllwack from 1/2  to 1 Acre, to minutes out ot  Chilliwack. Priced from  $69,900. Cell Comey Les.  Remax Realty t (804)792-  ��_____    STEEL BUILDINGS *  OUONSET and  STRAIOHTWAa DESIGNS.  ���Pre-engineajred-forfestoon-  structjon. B.C. baaed company. (Guaranteed lowest  prices). Fell Spedolst Deal*  era throughout B.C. Western  Building. (Kekawne) 1400'  565-9800.  Visions OI.-.From Nature 10  Needle CrelL Crosssdtch  kit. and n-aeoleccint patwne  Irom nature photogrephs.  Cal:taO0-567 3353lotyour  FREE irtrockjctory brochure.  PANIC BUTTON. Ideal lor  computers, typewriters, or  any object test tarealee frus-  tretion. Greet slocking  stuffer...only $2.50 each.  ADWEST, II03-A Fiom  Start, Neleon. B.C. V1L4C1.  DEALER ENQUIRIES WEL*  COME.  1*3524732.  HaUPWaHTI0  Ful-emepoeHonavaUablator  reliable,  aell  motivated  KBonis) lo work on mixed  it oparaSon In Pemberton.  Accommodation avelleble.  Phone: (604)894-6944, 894  5704.  ASSISTANT SERVICE MAN.  AOER. S. Madlll Lid. a  Nanefcno B.C. manufacturer  cat forestry aaqutpn-aanlreoulreB  an assistant BorvaoBmsnag-ar.  Theeuccesstulcandldalewll  be a modvated team payer  possessing good vertael end  wrtnen oommunacatlon skills,  effective organizational and  problem solving aklla. with a  commitment to detail and follow-up. Tha preferred individual wil be an Engineering  Technologist or equlvelent  end hove e background ki tha  forest Induaoy end/or heavy  duty mobile equipment. Qua.-  Dad eppllcants should submit  e reauma with a hand written  cove, letter to: S. Madl LU,  P.O. Box 4300, Nanaimo,  B.C. VBR 5M6.   KiTCH.ua caa eat re  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE. In  slock, counlertops/vanloes  also. Kilchen Crelt Factory  outlet. Cash and Carry Cabinet Worohouses, 4278  Lougheed. Burnaby 296-  9277. 1868 Spall Rd.,  Kelowne 860-6638. 800  Cloverdale, Victoria 389*  1114.  PecrrlcForkJIfl Seles LB.(EsL  1972) Dozens ol good used  lorklifts avelleble. LP, Gee,  Diesel, Electric. We Buy Tool  E4)5335331. FAX:  1)533-4563. Evee. Terry  peon (604)536.1381.  MISCELLANEOUS  HOST FAMILES NEEDEDI  Eschenge atudenta Irom Aue-  tretle arriving January lor  school year In your community. Please open your home  and heen. Cel EF Founda-  ___B___J---  MOBILE/MODULAR  HOMES Factory drecL -Custom Bull- top dollar lor tedet  Many used units avalable.  ���__Homesl403l447-3414.  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Book now. Sea* thousands  on yout new manufactured  home (mobile/moduler). Top  aoitartortade.Menyrecon-  drfloned units available No*  Dk. home. 14031447*3414.  WESTERN CANADAS  LARGEST Slock ol Frus of  the Loom* Acthraaweer. Un-  Ma-aba. Wholesale Pncesll  Tees. Sweatiops. Pants.  Hooded-top., Jackets > Lola  Morell Minimum purchase  __r__a____a_,  GREAT SEX.. no age limit  Over-tome impotence ceussd  by diebete., prostate surgery,  aging etc. Gel the lecla from:  Performence Meckel. Bos  418. Vabmounl. BC. VOE  ADOPTEES, BIRTHPAR*  ENTS. SIBLINGS. Looking lor  each other? Call'The Long-  Lost Connection-. Mon-Frt  11:00 e.m.. 6:00 p.m. ot  1(403)493 2224.   Major ICBC molor vehicle injury claims. Joel A. Wener,  Hal lawyer lor 24 yeers. Cal  tea: 14004651138. Con*  tlngency leee eveilablo.  Simon, Wener 4 Adler.  TaUVO.  AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEA*  LAND ��� Oct, Nov, Jan, Feb.  AUKLAND$l,199to$t,465.  SYDNEY $1,269 10 $1,599.  Frequent ftyoreavo book land.  Carl ANZA Travel 734*7725  Toll free I ���800*667-4329.  VACATION aeon  BEST PRICES IN WHIS*  TLER. Bail condo a how  roomi. As tow as $59/ntghi  Swimming pool, Jacuzzi 6  Sauna. SEA TO SKY 1*800-  8675529.  Waleilront: Iwo bdrms, loft, large  deck: carport, 5 appliances,  Tuwanek area; very peaceful,  sandy, accessible beach, available  immediately, $60O/mo plus utilities.  885*3548 ��48c  i bdrm. suite, sell-contained with  F/P, Avail. Dec. 1. $500.888-3257.  ���49*  1 bdrm. suite, Davis Bay, N/S,  ulils. ira-i,$600/mo. 885*8895.  Mtw  2 bdtm. suile, view, walk to lerry,  NfS.-K_-9879att.6pm.     ��49w  Newer duplex, 3 bdrm, 4 appl,  upper Gibsons, $850/mo. 686-  8126 oi 8860269. ��48w  One bedroom  house, West  Sechett. NfS. No pets. 885*5006.  ���46c  FRESH RENOVATION  Lower Gibsons panabode log  home on private park-like 1/2 acre  with stream. Full basement, wraparound deck, 5 appl, 3 bdim, 2  bath, suit adult family. $1100/mo.  (negot.) ind. light/heat/cable. Ris  please. Possible lease to own.  885*3433. 150*  Watertront. W. Sechelt, 2 bdim  home. Available Dec. 1/93 to July  31/94. $900/mo plus utilities. 463-  9934. ��48c  Upper Gibsons 1 bdrm suite. Avail.  Dec. t. Quiet area, garden, per*  ferred N/S. $500/mo, utils. incl.  886-3107. ��48c  Upper Gibsons immaculate 1 bdrm  + den house. Privacy, mins. Irom  lerry and stores. N/P. Refs.  $650/mot util. 885*7590.    148c  3 bdim lamily home in Bonniebrook Heights, Gibsons. Large  blight toons, covered decks. Short  walk to beach. Nice, quiet area ol  newer homes. Avail. Dec. 1. Rets.  req. Preler N/S. $900/mo. 886-  3575. ��48c  . bdrm. lower suite, Gibsons,  $575.  2 bdrm. lower waterlront suite,  Hallmoon Bay, $600.  2 bdrm. side duplex, Redrooifs,  newly decorated, close to school  and bus, $650.  Sussex Realty  Prc-perty Managemant  Dave Austin 885*3295  ���48*  Large, brighl 1 bdrm. apt. with  view. Walk to lerry. Laundry. AduH-  oriented, avail. Dec. 1.886-4724.  _ ��4fc  2 bdim.. ground level, new valuta  1/4 ulils. $500/mo. Steve 686*  0539. ��50w  APARTMENTS  Sschelt one bdrm. central loc,  $475  Townhouse Sechelt, 2 bdim. view,  fireplace, $700.  One bedroom plus don, central  location, $600 per month plus utilities.  Three bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heat and hoi water,  $525.  Ore bedroom apartment, central -  rent includes heal and hot waler,  $525.  Two bedroom apartment, central,  rent includes heat and hot water,  $550.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  666*3330  Itn  112 bdrm cottages avail, imasd.  N/S, N/P. Free usa of dock and  small fishing boat. Cable Induded.  Rels. req. From $400/mo. 883-  9569. tfns  Upper Gibsons, 2 bdrm. bright  sunny, all appis, $600. 685*3277,  MtW  Professional luiwng  721 Winn te,QfcMiu  3offees:iivuTvid_lorasa  package, him. oi unlum,  daily, monthly rales; localed  near Hie marina a post office;  secretarial seivices avail: call  Bev 81886*3320 or Lanka at  941-3036  BUS  DRIVERS  Applicants should have  a valid class 2 BC driven  licence. Applicants  should apply at Sechelt  School Bus Seivice Ud.  6041 E Porpoise Bay Rd,  Sechell B.C.  Phone 885-2513.  Roommate wanted ��� to share fully  lurnished house, Sechelt. Room  turn., N/P, S450/mo. incl. 885-  6443. 449w  Sechalt ��� new 3 bdrm. home,  ocean view, near goll course, 2  balhs, carports, N/S, N/P, $775.  Dec. 1.885*3136. ��49w  Mce large wawtront apt. at Secret  Cove. Year round, $5507mo. Call  Hayden 885-9388.lv. mess,   tin  Spacious 1 bdrm with skylight,  $450,866*7018. tin  Cozy 2 bdrm. home, Granlhams  Landing, $750/mo.  Immaculale 2 bdrm. condo wilh  view, basemen!, garage, Gibsons,  $700/mo.  NRS SECHELT REALTY  88*9093  Business &  Home Servu  LOWER QIBSONS  Ollice. heat - light included.  $t75/mo. 1*736*4804,886*2588.  ���46c  1800 sq. It. warehouse and olfice  space, Gibsons industrial basin,  $900 per month triple net.  Sechelt retail, approx. 900 sq. It,  Wlaarl St., $1000 incl. taxes.  Sechelt olfice space, $450-5760 .  Wilson Cieek - warehouse,  $6.00/lool; offices spaces,  $5.501001  GRANT REALTY LTD.  666*3330  tin  Davis Bay/Wilson Cteek hall available. Wheeled aii facilities. 685-  2752 or 865*9663. tin  Office space for rent, downtown  Wharf Rd, Sechelt, 650. sq. It.,  $675/mo. 885*2511. MSw  EXCELLENT LOCATION  Avail. Dec. 1,280 sq. It. lor olfice  or retail, 5716 Teredo St. Inquire  885*5176 days. H48w  Warehouse space tor lease. 1500-  3000 sq. II. Hwy 101, Gibsons. All  lacilities avail, incl. large loading  dock. 8854193. tfn  Small otlice, upper Gibsons. 885-  5539. tfn  Projecl Parent Counsellor  Required ��� Permanent part-time  position available loi lamily support  seivice. Responsibilities include  individual, lamily and group counselling. Ability to woik well with a  wide vaiiety ol client needs and  liaize with various agencies. Flexibility, creativity, and ability to work  independently as well as a pah of  a team. Understanding of issues  with regard lo lamily dynamics,  grief-loss, and abuse an asset.  Must have excellenl report writing  skills. Experience and professional  Iraining required, BWS or related  degree preferred. Submit resume  by Dec. 10.1993 to: Coordinator.  Project Parent, Box 1069, Sech ell,  BCV0N3A0. ��49w  Assemble light products al home.  Excel, income, easy woik. Call tor  directory. 24 hrs. (604) 623*2380  ext. A74. tin  Computer Friendly  a Cuslom programs 8 consulting  ��� Bookkeeping. '(counting  ��� Tax returns  . Kxcellcnl references'  885*8848 phone/lax  Nancy Horvath  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 8*86*  7815. tin  For Rent - Seamount Industrial  Paik, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq II, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ff  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 866-2663 days. 686*9075  eves. tfn  P/T help wanled lor Crystal  Serendipity in Sechalt. Come in  fa_ Nl oul application, 6531 Wharl  St., 10* 5 pm. ��49c  Req'd lor M/H group home, relief  stall who have rotative training arid  experience. Valid drivers license  and flexibility to work various sh��ts  incl. nights. For more info, call 686*  3217. ��50c  mmmV  2 bdim. condos lor lent, lumished,  view, $650/mo. 885-3831.  ��48w  3 new, permanent/long term RV  sites now ready at Bool Nil RV  Park, $250/mo. 1117 Kaith Road, 1  1/2 miles up Cemelary Road, Gibsons. 886*9764 or 220*1526.  tfn$  Fully lurnished studio suite with  kitchenette, TV, linen service and  guest laundromat. Located across  trom Gibsons Yacht Club 1 Marina. 866-3343. tm  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Special on  Fall Clean Up S Tree Pruning.  Dormant Spraying  886-3526  ���50c  DRYWALL AND TAPING  Quality workmanship, tali prices,  lor last Iree eslimates, call Don  685*3557. Rets, avail.       ��50*  STONEWORK  Walls, sleps.walks, planters, facing, etc, various styles. Oualify  Work. Stone Edge Masonry. Dr  663-2509 MOw  FRUTT TREES PRUNED  Experienced orchardist wants to  prune youi Irult irees. Fiee eslimates, call 885*7906.       ��48w  DIRTY ROOF?  Moss and needle removal. Pressure washing, gulter cleaning,  W.C.B. coversd. Licensed and  insured. Free roof inspection ��� call  a pio! Brian's Rooling 6854660.  ���48c  MICROCOMPUTER  TECHNICIAN SERVICE  In your home or place ol business.  Ex*BCIT computet technician will  build custom systems or networks,  upgrade hardware and programs,  organize your system, and tutor  you about system management.  No ph too small. Reference lettets.  Reasonable tales. Nick at 886  2756 evenings. ��48c  HOUSECLEANING  Clean youi house lor Christmas.  Reasonable rates, seniors discount. Call Gabby 886*0424 any  lime for mlo and rates.        tfns  Mary Poppint1  Chimneysweep  Todd PollrdT  886-3694  Special  $30 per Chlm Chlmnsy  The Kee-La-La Daycare under the  direction of the Native Women in  Business Society requires a lull  lime supervisor for a group daycare starting Dae. 1,1993. Must  have BC ECE Certification and  musl be knowledgeable in Coast  Salish Heritage. Salary to be negotiated. FAX resume to Lee Dixon  (604) 885-3490 or mail to c/o Kee-  La-La Daycare, Box 1777, Sechelt,  BC VON 3A0 by Nov. 26,1993. For  further information contact Brenda  Dxon al (604) 865*5044.    M8w  Day care person in my home, good  pay (59.70/hr), musl have own  vehicle, llexible hours. 8864178.  ���49c  Two jobs: general labourer and  experienced carpenter required.  8854288. ��48c  Position available: P/T, retail merchandiser, Sschelt. 8 plus hours  per weak, $7.75 per how to start  plus car allowance. Resume- lo Box  ���K\ c/o Box 66, Sechelt, BC VON  3A0. M8c  irvines Landing marina J pub,  expeiienced wailresses. Conlacl  Wayne683*1145. tfn  VOUHiTEERS NEEDED  The Arts Centre is looking lot a  publicity coortjnator lor the sludio.  Duties would include writing articles and pomoting the programs.'  The Teen Centre in Gibsons is  open and looking lor volunteers to  work shifts on Fri., Sat. or Sun. ���  Volunteers are needed lor Ihe  junior auxiliary program at St.  Mary's Hospital. Training is provided, $3 membership fee' Recyding  depots In Gibsons and Saehelt  need attendants to be on call.-For  further information contact the Volunteer and Information Centre 885-  5881. tin  37 yr. old local carpenter ol 22 yrs.  experience wanting pari time woik.  885*0198. ��50w  DOYOUNEEF  Pressure washing (mobiles, houses, etc.), rubbish removal, wood  bucking/splitting, landscape mainlenance, window/gutter cleaning or  ? 885-0737. 460c  Why replace, refinish, recctor bathtubs, couniei lops, cupboards,  tiles, chip repaiis. Call 8854057.  LA.NDSCAPE  CON.SULTANTS  Design  Supervision  Management  886-3015  Audiotape transcription, wood processing, mailing lits. 885*9419.  National Satety Council estimales  slip / fall accidents cause over 9  million injuries a year! Donl let the  next slip injury happen in your  bathtub! Call 885*6057.      ��50c  EXPERTREES  Topping, trimming, hazard tree  removals. Fres eslimales. BC  Govt Cert climber. 668-0474.  HOMIOWNMS  HILPLINI  AnyJeb  ggggu 686-4788  MEI2Jtin_UNCE  REPAIR  ���bat���lysn-rtct  ���Spr____(_i_aaill  ��� Sales fcStrvict  Hamjr  All work fuirantod  487 Pratt Rd. Gibsons 886*9959  (baaaaraUBHaMnksaar)  Kevin's Mobile Mechanic  St  Guaranteed Work/Low Rales  Licensed Mechanic  Repairs loan makes  Over 15 years expenence  886-3185  J.G. Tiles. Guaranteed work, professional installation, Iree estimates, reasonable rates. Calll  George 988*5232. ��48w  Restorations 8 Renovations. Carpenter ��� 35 yis. experience. Call  Joe 886*9257. ��50w  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  At home or at work, one on one or  a group. Call Jeff 686*6095. tins  Carpentry ��� Seasonal rates. 35 yrs.  experience. 886*9257.      *50w  MOUNTAIN  CITY  ELECTRIC  LTD.  RESIDENTIAL,  COMMERCIAL.  INDUSTRIAL  886-2834  KEITH CUNE  HR ...Mn.iMMdtnsoNSVfiNIVO  ��R 23163  Handyman - yardwork, light hauling or whal have you. Jobs big or  small, give us a call, Wayne 886*  2999. ��48w  Construction  Renovations  Quality Workmanship  Fair Prices  Free Estimates  Don-885-3557  PAINTING  Call Jack lor your painting needs.  Reasonable rales, special rates for  seniors. W6-0070. ��49c  Seaway Construction Backhoe  Service. Good tales, no job too  small. Call Bruce 865-3621. M9w  CHIPPING AND MULCHING  SERVICE  Turn your brush piles, leaves and  garden waste to chips and mulch  lor compost. Quick service, reasonable rates. Nick at 686*2766.  CHRISTIAN BROTHERS  LANDSCAPING  Pruning, yard maintenance and  retainer walls. Seniors discount.  865*8048, Doug and Peter. ��48c  REROOFING' RENOVATIONS  ���REPAIRS  Reasonable prices, guaranteed  work. 689-5696 cellular, anytime.  ��48cn  QUALITY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look al all |obs big ot small. For  prompt, quality woik al an affordable price, call Art Glesbraehi  885-3372 or 885-7169. tin  I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Solariums, No job loo small. Bill at  886*0380 or 24 hr. pager 1 -977-  6502.6864684. tin  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing < Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885*2109.  tfn .  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentiy, drafting, free estimales. Relerences  available. 886*3463. tfns  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  showei panels, CSA appioved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 683*  2978. Itn  LOOfTOLUNIBII  miTAIUIANDSAW  rAitlUSHVtaWIU. ,  comroYMRmmrr  t   TOCUTYOUtlOOl  ______ w-oaro  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn mainlenance  ��� Pruning ��� Trimming ��� Fertilizing ���  Garden Clean-up  Commercial t Residenlial  88641801V. mess  tfn  fWYWSIX  SERVICE  llOAraNG, TAHNG, TOOTJRINC  No Job Too Small  mu ESTIMATES  CAU MIKE 8883-0040  TOAST INSTALLATIONS  We wi Install caipet, lino, tile. Ons  year warranty on labour. We also  carry a tull line of floor coverings  and accessories. 886-8190,886-  4211. MSc  Wooden*Chain Link  FENCING  CaH after 6pm 616-2215 Bob tins  ...  ^^^^__^__a_ Coast News, November 29, 1993       23  Business &  Home Services  RINOVATINO  Get your home  looking just like  new with  ��� New Twin Sealed  Windows  ��� Vinyl Siding  ��� Aluminum Soffits  ��� Continuous  Eavest roughs  ��� Patio Covers  or just add on a  beautiful West  Coast Solarium.  MU ItTIMATM  VB-IS  Tony  886-3557  Avail, for small drywall, taping t  spray iobs. Experienced. Call Alan  665-7080.   ��49cn  HOUSEHOLD MAINTENANCE  Painling, carpentry, general  repairs, quality work. Keith Wiles.  B85-6272. ��49cn  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  685*3917. tfns  WINDOW WASHING  Quality work, reasonable rates  Call Ray 686*2547. MS**  Esrtmitcs*  CONSTRUCTION  NEW HOMES -RfNOS  SUNDECKS* FENCES  INTERIOR ALTERATIONS  PAINTING t REFINISHING  HUMT ENTERPRISES  886 0731  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  Al home or al work, one on one or  a group. Call Jeff 886*8095. tfns  WINDOW WASHING  Reasonable rates. Free estimates.  Call Barry 886*3277. ��50w  YORKSHIRE STUDENT  Looking lor F/T or P/T work until  summer '94. Has 4 years grocery  store experience. Resume and relerences available. 886*3526.*50c  ���HP���8"  1  38. Business  Opportuii  ANPARDEVCORP  Nurse aid seeks work, indoors /  outdoors, $10*1.886*4282. (50c  WATKINS  Famous spices, extracts and home  remedies, since 1868. Dealers  needed. For Iree info, write to P.O.  Box 43075, Richmond, BC V6Y   3Y3. ��53c  WINDOWCLEANER     ' The $100 a day plan, six [.Wisin  Yard work, residential or commer* one. Send $10 to AC.B. Enterpris-  tial. Reasonable rates. Barry 886* es, P.O. Box 941, Gibsons, BC  3277. *50c VON 1V0. ��48c  Versatile, willing to consider anything, has WCB industrial first aid,  P/T, F/T, casual, peimanent. John  685-4666. ��49c  Carpel t lino installation, 20 yis.  experience. Free estimates. 886-  0726. ��52w  Quality painting. Also gardening  and general labour. Steven  Bethune 665-3276. ��03c  Experienced middle aged carpenter would like small jobs, reason-  able rates. Call Joe 886*3885.  ���50*  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  t HUSOVARNA  FOREST A GARDEN  Pf_OUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available lor Sechalt  Call Dortin at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pet cars service, pre-  established clientele, llexible  hours. Call Sharon 885-2226  ss  LAND DISPOSITION  In Land Recording Districl ol Bumaby and situated on Ihe South  East shore of Ruby Lake.  Take notice that 362540 B.C. Ltd. Intends to apply lor a Ucenca  ol Occupation commencing at a post planted at the Northeast  comer ol Lol 18 D.L. 3989 G.P. 1 NWD Plan 12096; thence  8.68m Southwest; thence 19.5m Northwest; thence t2.0m  Southwest; thence 19.0m Southeast; thence 20.68m Northeast to  the point ot commencement and containing 0.0234 hectare more  or less.  The purpose ol which Ihis disposition is required is to place  secure privale mooiage and domestic water intake, Licence  ���CO452830O2.  Comments concerning this application may be made lo Ihe  Ministry of Environment, Lands snd Parks, #401 ��� 4603  Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C., V5H 4M4, telephone 660*5500,  Attention: Chartes Liltledale. File No. 2405999,  38   Business  Opportum  Looking lor linancial security?  Check out Ihe buslnsss opportunity of the '90s. This fust might be  whal you've been looking tor. To  get the lads call 8863929. ��49c  SPARE TIME CASH...  Sell Watkins seasonings, extracts  and household products, famous  since 1868. Call Independent Representative Irene Fallot. 6860147.  Furniture  French Prov. D/R suite, bullet  included. $1700 obo. 885-7616.  ���50*  Queen size waterbed complete  with bookcase headboard,  includes bedding, $150; dbl. bed  size bookcase headboard A frame,  $50,886*3211. 150*  For tela  Dry storage, 1700 cu. fl., reasonable rales. 886*8526.        ��49c  Mother of one child willing to  babysil in my home. Children  under 2 yrs.. rets, avail. 886*0335.  ��49w  My bright home, shiftwork, first-aid,  references. Gibsons, cellular ��885*  6065 ����w  Will do childcare in my home. Call  Janet 886*2922. ��48c  P/T daycare wanted lor 5 and 2 yr.  olds., Davis Bay, Wilson Creek  area. 885*7881. ��46w  MORNNQTOWN  FAMILY DAYCARE  Opening loi one child between 18  mos. ��� school age. Elthei Mon.  Wed., I Fri. or lull time. Licenced  facility and statf will provide lun,  stimulating activities and outings in  a warn), caring environment. 886*  2203. ��49c  Happy Days lamily daycare,  license pending Nov. 1. 0*5 yrs., 7  day/wk. Welcome Woods, Halfmoon Bay. 8850470 Lisa Lakey.  ���49cn  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mos ��� school age.  Fun-filled caring environment, with  trained stall. 886*3913.     ��49w  Spaces slill avail, for Nine-Three-  Seven Alter School Child Care at  St. Barfs church hall, North Rd. 8  Hwy. 101, 3*6:30pm 886*2064 or  886*7116. tfn  Experienced, responsible care for  your little onefs) in my sale, comfortable home. Lots ol TLC, toys  and nutritional food. References  available. Reasonable rates. Flexi*  hours. 886*2227. ��49w  Unique Christmas gift lea  Capades tickets sale. Locations  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons, Sal.,  Dec. 4, ttam-4pm. Reserve best  tickets in advance. BB5*5659.��50w  For rant  Announcarnarrtt  PSYCHIC READINGS  Tuesdays, CRYSTAL SERENDIPITY, or Pager ���1*976*1316 toll free,  Touchtone phone only. Kalawna.  886*5784. ��50w  Avail. Dae. 1,1 bdrm. suite, appl.,  laundry, lull deck, $6O0/mo. Ind.  hydro, heat I cable. 866*8001 or  1*667*3601. HOw  rwpwortojo  Will buy used ot non-working  major appliances. Bjom 885-7897.  ���50w  Danby apt. size dryer, $199; Inglia  16 cu. If. 2 dr. FF almond Iridge,  $489; Kenmore 18 cu. II. while  upright Ireezer, new cond., $389;  Kenmore apl. size aulo washer,  $359; Hoover apl. size dryer,  $199; Danby 5 cu. It. 12V white  Iridge, $389; and much more. All  appliances recond. w/90 days to 2  yrs. warranty, parts and labour.  Bjorn 685*7897 or Corner Cupboard 885*4434. ��50w  Sportfisherman interviewer,*P/T  leading lo F/T, shin work, Incl.  weekends. Fish sampling involved.  Vehicle required. Rale $7.25/hr.,  reply lo Box V c/o Box 68,  Sechell, BC VON SAO.      ��60w  ChHdCare  Wanted* child care in my home for  2 children, driver's lie, N/S, other  light duties, 2 days/wk. 885*7816  Oropoff your ...  COAST MEWS   .  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmacy  m Pondor Harbour  "A Frtaanory People Pleoe"  The Corporation of the  District of Sechelt  Mermaid Street Reconstruction -  Phase 1  Sealed bids marked "Bid for Tha Corporation ol Ihe Dislricl ol  Sechelt, Mermaid Strait R*cx*4*atructlon - Phaaa 1' win be recervad  at the offices ot The Coiporallon ol the CXatilct ot Sechelt, P.O. Box  129,5545 Inlet Avenue, Socholt, B.C. VON 3M, up to 2:00 p.m. local  time, Thursday, December 9,1993.  The woik involves:  1. Construction ot underground storm sewer systerri Includrnj  manholes, catch basins and seivice conraciloris.  2. Pavement removal and construction of newasphalBc concrete  pavement.  3. Installation ol new curb and gutter and sidewalk.  4. Traffic control and utility coordination.  Contract Documents may ba examined at Ihe offices ol Tha  Corporation ot the OstrW rt Sichelt, AssodaW Engineailng (B.C.)  Ltd. and Vancouver Amalgamated Construction Aasodaeon plan  viewing facilities.  Contract Documents will ba available lor pickup by Interested  General Contractors at the r*nr*es of The Corporation ol the Diatrict  of Sechelt on or after November 25,1993 upon nc-n-refundabla  payment ot S60.00 per set GST included. Payment shall be made by  cash or certified cheque made payable to Tha Corporation ol tha  District of Sechelt.  Technical inquiries by bidders are to ba directed to Mr. D. Fraser,  Engineering and Operattons Sopertntendent, The Corpourtion of the  District of Sechalt, Telephone no. (604) 885*1966.  Bir_mu*fi���aecomr)afiWbythespKW  The lowest or any bid wil not necessarily be accepted,  D. Fraser a*_tocialed Erk-^rttreririg (B.C.) Ud.  Engineerlrig and Oparatlona Superlt-ilanderit SOIMWOCanadaWay  TheCc-qx^rfthelaWMofSidtf Bumaby, B.C.  P.O. a%x 129,5S4S InM Awania V5G4M5  Stchelt B.C. VON 3A0  ASSOCIATED  ENGINEERING  Application for License  of Occupation  Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned have made  application to the B.C. Ministry of Environment, Lands and  Parks to obtain a License of Occupation lor a water lot at  Quarry Harbor, Nelson Island. The lot Is described  hereunder and the license Is to permit occupation ol said  lot and use lor private moorage purposes.  Anyone wishing to comment on thla application may do so  to:  Mr. Greg Kockx  Ministry of Environment, Lands and Forests  Ste 401  4603 Kingsway  Bumaby, BCVSH4M4  Rel: File #2406041  Be advised lhat any response to this advertisement will  become part of the public record. For further Information,  please contact:  FOI Advisor  BC Lands  Lower Mainland Region  604*660-5500  Signed:       Gary and Monlnna Running  Ken and Pearl McKenzie  Christopher and Gay Reardon  rp,..a, __g .  d)  la*,*, fcrratxr  IT       .__,.  Xrura u>v. v"*"1  ���_"*��"  P-HKriaar   a��,��-����, 1*  .ers  V mmalt  Run-iina and maroon Prop.rty __  * psiviia HoaMC   is  5 YEARS AGO  Incumbent Sunshine Coast  Member of Parliament, Ray Skelly, rolled up Ihe second biggest  win in British Columbia in the  federal election Monday. Only  fellow New Democrat David Bar-  relt, former premier, by about 200  votes had a larger margin in BC  in the newly created riding of  Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca. In third  place in the BC winners circle  was Ray Skelly's brother, Robert  in Comox-Albemi.  10 YEARS AGO  Two Canadian champion tennis players, Robert Betlaues and  Josef Brabenec were to play an  exhibition match Saturday al the  Wakefield Tennis Club in West  Sechelt. The besl-of-lhree match  was to take place in Ihe club's  new tennis bubble.  15 YEARS AGO  Marj Leslie is retiring from the  Gibsons post office. She started  working there in 19S2. There was  a retirement dinner given in her  honour at Mr. Mike's by her coworkers.  John Kavanagh was voted in  as the next president of the BC  Neighbourhood Pub Association,  35 YEARS AGO  An excerpt from an open letter  to the Board of Trade, "Gentlemen, I have just made a terrible  discovery - we do not exist! I  have been advised by officials in  the court house in Vancouver on  two different occasions, in all  solemnity, sincerity and apparent  good faith, that Ihe Sunshine  Coast Highway does not exist."  45 YEARS AGO  Business arising out of the  Gibsons PTA meeting included a  report by Mr. Trueman on the  dental clinic we had been hoping  for. The local dentist is too busy  to provide dental services lo all  the schools in Ihe district and yet  because of a scarcity of dental  surgeons in the province we cannot get another dentist to come in.  SPCA News  Hey! Silver got a home!  And now Amber, a two  year old calico  Indoor/outdoor spayed  female who's had her shots  Is looking for a warm home  this winter. To meet her  call 886- CARE.  SWEATafKS  2 for the price of 1  all this week  HELP THE  Thrifty's  GIBSONS !S-^  Donations     989 2480 or Boa 691  __8fflO _____  MASON HILLS FEED SUPPLY  ]5o��^  AeUUMifmiSimUrx  '3 I Bucket-field s  Complete Line of Animal Feed.  INIIIOMJCING -Wi��tooiio��o��w��d  A NAHm TOR ACTIVE DOGS  PLUS  MASON MM [SI I I DM   WW  A NEWS STORY?  Call us at 886-2622  or 885-3930!  Notice Board Jft  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve lhe right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine communily interest  Items will be listed Uuee weeks prior to lhe event.  Ii****  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER M  Abholmars Support Oroup meeting, 1  pm, largo meeting room el Mental Health,  corner of Wharf 4 Hwy. 101, Sechelt.  Info: 886-2876.  WEDNESOAY, DECEMBER t  B.C. Planned Parenthood moating, 7:30  pm. All current and intaraetad na  mambara ere welcome. Info: Ann, 866*  3242.  SATURDAY t SUNDAY, DEC. 4 AI  UFAWU Charily Herring Sale, g am-4  pm, Gov't Wharf, MadairaParfc  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4  Sunehlne Chorlatara Dizzy Disney  ChriUmu Concert. Raven's Cry Theatre.  Matinee 2 pm, eve. show 7:30 pm. Adulte  $8, children under 12 $6. Tickets at  Books A Stuff, Talewind Booke. Sayward  S.C. Arts Council Chrletmaa Craft Fair,  10 am-4 pm, Seniors Hall, Trait Ava.  (bahlnd Arte Centre). Admleeion: $1  adulte, children free.  Optimist club meeting, 11 am-1 pm,  Pronlo'e, Sechelt. Speakar: Gordon  Springhom, regional new club promoter.  Orgoni-alionol maating for 1994 events ���  new Idaaa 8. people welcome. Into: Joan,  886-3162.  SUNDAY, DECEMBER ���  Celebrellen ot Bong Concert, 3 pm,  Seniore Hall, Trail ava.  S choral  eneemblee performing and soloists.  Presented by Westwind School of Music  Tickete at Talewind Booke. Inio: 865*  2460  Community Carol Sing lor tha family, 3  Sm. Salvation Army Camp. Langdale  inglng, muelcal selections, drama  fallowed by refreshments. Sponsored by  Com Minialerial Aeen.  MONDAY, DECEMBER*  Learning DtsablMloa Aeen ot BC. S.C.  Branch maating, 730*9:30 pm, library,  Davie Bay Elementary School. Open to  all paranle of children with learning  oaeabHItiaa.  Manorial Ceremony lor 14 women  moeeecred in Montreal. 6:30 pm,  Rockwood Centre. Everyone Invited.  Bring a candle. Reception A video, After  Ft* Mor-f-ef Massacre following.  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7  Retired Teacher a  Aeen  Br.  ��46  Chrtetmae Luncheon. Speaker: C. Pratt  "Bdarhoatol.* Wharf Restaurant, Sechell.  Mst. 11:30 am. $8. All welcome. Info:  S.C. Home Support Soelaty ��� Hospice  Ineatvfco - Hospice volunteers ere having  thalr Chrietmes Celebration, 6 pm,  Kirkland Cenlre. Devie Bay. Than will be  no insorvice al SI. Mary's In December.  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBERS  Waal Howe Sound Elaclore Aaan (Ana  F) mooting, 7:30 pm, Langdale School  Portable.  THURSDAY, DECEMBER*  St. Mary'a Hoepltal Auxiliary, Qibeone  Branch meeting, noon. Potluck.  S.C. Aeen. tor Community Living  annual Chrislmas celebration. 7-9 pm.  Seniors Hall, Sechelt. Members, staff,  sell-advocates, committee members _  their families are welcome. The  S.C.A.C.L. serves mentally challenged  adults on tha coaet.  FRIDAY A SATURDAY, DEC. 10 411  Yuletide Hegle S.C. Muaic Society  Concert, Raven's Cry Theatre.  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11  Sochok Indian Nation A Native Cultural  A Theatre Arte Society present  rt.lin.ufk.: .70 Year, ol k.aiatanc.,1  critically acclaimed docu-film of the 1990  Oka crisis. Director Alanis Obomsawin In  attendance. 7:30 pm. Tickete $8 at  Sechelt Band office or Quay Worka  Gallery, Qlbeons. Info: 885-2273. 886-  0876.  Pollers OuHd Xmaa Cratt Sola, 10 am-4  pm, Cratt Studio, North Rd. S Hwy. 101.  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12  S.C. Peece Qroup Annual Christmas  Potluck Supper, 5:30*8 pm, Community  Uee Room, Roberls Creek School. Bring  Item of food, dishes A cutlery.  Entertainment. All welcome.  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1*  You're Invited to an evening ol carols,  music, raadinge el Calvary Baptist  Church, 711 Parti Rd.. Qibeone.  MISCELLANEOUS  Fastlval of Ih* Written Arte Annual  Book t Polneellla Sole. Dec. 4-11, 10  om*4pm.  Chrletmes Cmtt Fair. Doc. 18, Seniore'  Centra, Sechelt For table rental, contact  Delis at 885*4882 48  Male Sexual Abuee Survivor* who an  interested in starting a healing/eharlng  group on Ihe Coael, pleeee contact  lherspist Bill Hendry Cote at 885*0282.  Group will ba developed to til needs of  participants. 48  Elphlnetone Pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd., ecroee trom Post Ollice,  Gibsons. Displays are constantly  changing, Wheelchair accessible.For  hours ol opening or to book a tour 886-  8232.  Parent-Tot Drop-In: lor parents with children up lo 5. 9:30-11:30 em et the follow*  ing locations: Gibsons United Chuich Hall  (Mon., Tuee., Wed., Fri.): Sechelt St.  Hilda's Church Hall (Tuee.): Wilaon Cnek  Community Hall (Thurs.). Info:  Community Services, 885*5681.  Seiually Transmitted Dleeaae Clinic:  Phone lor appointment in Gibsons 886-  5600, Sechell 885-5164.  Single * Pregnant? Call the Health Unit  -886*5600.  Hospital Tour: phone St. Mary'a Hospital  switchboard, 885-2224.  MONDAYS  S.C. Breastfeeding Support Qroup  meets first Monday of each month. Come  with concerns, questions or just to maat  new mome. Info: Laurie, 886*7900 or  Roxanne, 886-3230. 48  Recovery Ine. offers a seff-halp method  to overcome nogotivo feelinge of fear,  enger, depression A constant anxiety.  Starling Doc. 8, 7-9 pm, Qibeone United  Church. Into: 886*8028. 52  Drop-In Llfo Drawing at Harbour  Gallery, Madeira Park, 7:30*9:30 pm.  Into: Juna, 883-2807.  12 Step Program from Chrislian perspective, weekly beginning Dec. 6, 7:30  pm. Info: Jan, 865-7027.  TUESDAYS  Art Rantala Irom tha S.C. Arts Contra:  fint Tuaaday of aach month, 2*6 pm.  Local artwork le available for $5-  50/month. Rental can ba deducted from  purchase price if you decide to buy. Local  artists are encouraged to submit thsir  work. December's feeturod ertlet:  Chrislel Fouss-Mooro, Halfmoon Bay.  Dscorata your homo or business (or th*  holiday season. 52  "Living With Cencer" Support Qroup  meets every olher Tuesday, Kirkland  Csntrs, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Info 885-5861  or 886*8369.  Qlbsone Outreech Toon Contra gym  night, Qibsons Elsmantary gym, 7:30*9  pm. through Dec. 7. Drop-in lea $1.  WEDNESDAYS  Navy League Cadets 8:30 pm, Qfeeone  Legion Hell. Boye A girls aged 10-13  develop sell-respect A discipline while  having lun learning nautical ekille.  Uniforms provided. Runs Sepl.-May.  Annual lee: $25. Inio: Mike, 888*8238 or  Lore, 886*2569. 48  Sachs* Public Library Children's Story  Hour, 1:30-2:30 pm. For kid* aged 3*5.48  Who Ceres Who Ceroe support group  for family caregivers. 1*3 pm, Kirkland  Centra, 4602 Simpkine Rd., Davie Bay.  Dae. 1, 15 A 29. Into: Barbara  Kannegeieeer, 685-0855.  THURSDAYS  JC'e Weight Loee Support Qroup  meats afternoons 12:30-2:5(5pm, coll 888-  2692, and evenings 6:30-6:00pm, call  886-7159, at the United Church,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons.  Birth Control Clinic, Cosst-Gsribeldl  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, 7-9 pm.  Contklentisl service ��� everyone welcome.  No appointment needed. Info: 885*7770.  Woman'a AA Meetings, noon, Action  Centra, Sechelt. Into: 885-9097.        SO  FRIDAYS  Suncoaet Stroke Club: 10 em-noon,  Greenecourt Hall. All etrokera or intereet-  ed persons welcome. Info: 883-2850. 48 24       Coast News, November 29,  1993  aesol��p��nKPLA��.mc��E>ss*sro.vaMXUVElais*l--��.r_!.FAX see.*���>  Here We Grow Again!!  Brian Ahlsten  RE/MAX -Tup 'll" Realty wrkimes Brian  Ahlsten tn their team of professional  realtor. Brian ciimes tu RE/MAX as an  experienced lop producer from Fraser  Valley  llrian was lhe Unit sak-sman lo join the  Kl. MAX leant when il first came to the  I'raser Valley 10 years asp. As a result he  has an excellent network of Realtors and  Cutthasers across Canada and the l S.V  For ihose who require professkmal real  estate servkes vault new and Innovative  ideas, call him today al lhe olfice at 886*  267(1.  HH MAX has emerged as Canada's leading  real estate organization with more than  J'l.mai Sales Asstafales In offices across  Canada and the U.S. committed to hlrtng  only proven, experienced, professional  realinrs.  Chanc.s ar* w��'i_ going to toll your homo.  Why not call us first?  886 2670 Van toll tret- 682 7V>2  mlandflll lures with promise of buried treasure  from page 1  Those treasures are few and  far between. Carl can only  remember a few special finds  such as watches or jewellery.  "The most I found in money was  41 or 42 bucks - lhat was in the  Pender Harbour dump," he  remembers.  Things were better when Carl  first started coming to the dump.  In those days he worked wilh a  partner, using a torch to cut  motors and transmissions out of  Ihe junked cars, Ihen crushing Ihe  bodies and loading them on a  Iruck lo sell in Vancouver.  Cars were worth more lhan  $70 a ton as scrap then, and  batteries wenl for six or eight  dollars apiece. Now, prices are so  low "you can'l make a dollar."  miiut S 0ut Christmais Trees  Poinsettias - White, Pink & Red  Azaleas - Assorted Colours  ��� Mums & Mumsettias ���  ��� Excellent Assortment of Potted  Plants ��� Wild Bird Seed  fauetf,  _ '<* Countiy Gardens  5612 Wharf St, Sechelt �� 885-3606  For a while Carl sold his  gleanings at a second-hand shop  in Wilson Creek. But lately he  finds the furniture in the dump  isn't worth laking. "It's really  gone downhill," he says. "People  hold more garage sides... nothing good comes out any more."  Metal scrap is the main thing  Carl looks for these days: copper,  brass and aluminum. Copper is  worth 80 cents a pound, he  explains as he extracts a length of  bare wire from a heap of boards  and insulation.  "That's a pound right there,"  he says with satisfaction, coiling  the wire into a neat bundle.  Four or five olher scroungers  haunt the dump regularly, and  sometimes the competition is a  bit loo much for Carl. "There's  loo many of us," he says. "If  somebody is ihere digging for  something, I say let him have it."  In a way, dump scroungers  LA\S>T WtEEM.  CAJSH& CAttY  LIQUIDATION SALE  ,  DuPONT1O0%BCF  ITRACKLE55 NYLON  ��� 7 year guarantee  ��� Scotchgard protection^  4 colour choices  reg. price 14j99 sq.yd.  now only *3" SQ.YD.  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Watching a man shovel broken bricks  out of Ihe back of a pickup track,  Carl shakes his head. "That could  be used for fill," he says. "It'd  pack in better lhan gravel."  A lot of whal gets dumped  could easily be recycled, he says,  such as cardboard and bottles.  "Look at the lumber that's in  here. It could all be re-used...  But contractors don't want lo be  bothered wilh it."  Carl probably knows as much  as anyone about whal goes inio  the dump, and he says a lot of  things get buried lhal shouldn't  be. Though the SCRD authorities  have banned some toxic or bulky  wastes, Carl says people regularly smuggle il in like contraband  hidden under innocuous trash. "I  see lots of batteries come in, lots  of lires, painl," he says. "I got no  authority to tell them to put it  back on lhe truck."  And some of Ihe olher dump  scavengers lake dangerous Ihings  with them. "I don't go near it if I  sec it. I stay well enough away,"  he says. "Bul not everybody's  educated enough to know what's  toxic and what's noi."  The days of the dump scavenger may be numbered. The  Ministry of Environment wants  to prohibit them, according lo  Cathy Kenny, who oversees the  Sunshine Coast's dumps.  "It's a safety issue," she says.  "We have no control over material once it's left Ihe sile."  Rather than banning the dump  pickers outright, Kenny said it  might make sense lo license them  as salvagers. After all, the  province is demanding a SO per  cent reduction in wasle by the  year 2000, and salvaging will be  vital.  Carl agrees, but he won't be  applying for a salvage permit  Already he gets loo many complaints about the junk in his yard,  he laughs.  He'll settle for that old age  pension.  Mill  detracters  say better  technology  is available  from page 1  Renale Kroesa, a Sechelt  environmenlal consultant and  past coordinator of Greenpeace's campaign on pulp mill  pollution, takes the environmental case one step farther.  "Dioxin is only one of one  thousand loxic compounds  (found in pulp mill effluent)...If  we really wanted to help the  environment, we would eliminate all effluent discharge (altogether)."  Kroesa said in Scandinavia,  a "closed-loop" pulp and paper  mill is under construction. It's  designed to recycle all its effluent internally with no discharge  to the environment.  The new technology is also  economically sound, she said,  making the production of pulp  cheaper by approximately $50  per ton.  Once in place, Kroesa is  optimistic other mills will be  forced to convert to this  method in order lo slay competitive.  "The technology is developing rapidly...it's here."  Paula's 40  But she still ha lots  of sting: Happy Birthday   ��� ..,.-. ; .  . :

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