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Array T^S^^^T-  -  *������  VS\r -  The Sunshine  . jblished on the Sunshine Coast        25* per copy on news stands January 1,1990       Volume 44       Issue 1  Port Mellon award  H$PP  safest  by men Frith  FTom being what was once  considered the worst mill in BC  in regards to the safety of its  workers, the latest pulp and  paper industry statistics show  the Howe Sound Pulp and  Paper (HSPP) mill at Port  Mellon as being "the safest mill  in Canada in its class".  An article in the December  issue of Canfor News states: 'As  of the end of October, HSPP  has experienced just one lost-  time accident in 1989, and had  an accident frequency rate of a  mere 1.1. That's the best of any  mill in Canada in the 50,000 to  100,000 manhours per month  category, as well as the best in  British Columbia.' t  (Prince George Pulp and  Paper stands fourth and Intercontinental Pulp seventh in the  same group,)  Unfortunately, a back injury  suffered" *by one of the mill  workers on November 21 ended  193 consecutive accident-free  days at the mill but since then,  as of December 28, the mill has  passed 37 days safely.  Bill Peterson, President of  the Canadian Paperworkers  Union (CPU) told the Coast  News he credits a "very active  safety program, between., the,.  union and the company" for  the much improved safety  record of the mill workers.  "Safety is just not a negotiable  thing with us," he said. "It's an  issue that is on-going with and  against the company."  He said that with all the construction going on at Port  Mellon, it was an "extremely  dangerous" site, and "congested to say the least". As a  consequence, "the men are very  conscious of their safety with  the heavy construction around  them and extra caution."  Wayne Creggain, Union  Safety Representative and Co-  chairman of the Industrial  Health and Safety Committee  points out that "statistics show,  in the modernization of a plant,  people tend to be safer".  "You are aware you can be  hurt easier," he told the Coast  News.  "I think it (the new safety  record) is because, over the  years, we've put our programs  on paper and invested in a lot of  training," Greggain said. "And  management is doing its  discipline bit."  Greggain also gives credit to  the Workman's Compensation  Board for its input.  Both Greggain and Peterson  said the safety record for the  HSPP construction site is not  equal to that of the mill and  Greggain puts the blame for  that on the construction contractors themselves who, he  said, put a lot of pressure on the  workers for overtime and in  spite of sometimes adverse conditions.  In spite of the recent safety  record, Greggain still feels not  enough is being done. "I'm the  key safety person at the mill,"  he said, "and I put in only eight  hours a week on safety. If they  were really serious about it, they  could do a heck of a lot more."  Neither management nor the  unions are pulling their full  weight, Greggain said. "We  both turn our heads when the  small unsafe acts happen. All  the little ones add up after a  while."  ��������� Creggain mm his involvement  in the safety of the mill workers  as one that is "very frustrating  and very gratifying".  "I just want to see people go  home safely after work," he  said, adding "I only wish I  knew the real reason (for the  new safety record)."  The other co-chairman on the  safety committee is Pierre  Lamarche HSPP Production  Manager, Pulp. ("He's the one  good thing management has  done," Greggain said.)  Lamarche and other HSPP  managers were unavailable for  comment last week but Lamarche is quoted in the Canfor  News article as saying, in  regards to the new safety  record: "We have been running  a close second for this position  all year and we finally made it.  That's just a superb performance by everyone in the mill."  1989 Bird Count  The Christmas Bird Count  for 1989 was not favoured with  ideal weather. A temperature  inversion caused considerable  fog and low cloud at sea level  and was particularly bad in the  Port Mellon area.  Despite this hampering visibility the annual count turned  up 92 species, tying 1983 for the  second highest number of  species counted in the area. The  highest number of species was  recorded in 1988 with 101  species counted.  New species to this area this  year were a flock of rosy finches  spotted above the fog on a logging road in the Port Mellon area  by Doug Brown and Sean Van  Strepen. Brown, from the  Okanagan, was participating in  the local bird count for the  eighth straight year,  Dan Bouman also added a  new species to this year's count  when he spotted a pair of barred  owls in Cliff Gilker Park. Also  new to the count was a ring-  necked pheasant.  Aldermen to  the Island  AkknimKenColHiituidUiiaaKtuifuerorabMaiwia  btattetiaTiigaJaniury26mett^mCoa>1etuylHMtdbylBe  Executive of the Awodafloa of Vancouver Island ManJ-  dpaUtJet (AVIM).  The meeting bm been called to tHacuM the proposed franchise agreements for natural gas dkttribndM front Vancouver  ImumIGm.  The fog lifts Christmas Eve morning unveiling Chaster Park in all     ed in again for most of the holidays,  its winter glory. It was a moment to relish as clouds and misl mov-  -KentSlwridM photo  SCRD turns over sewage plant  by Penny Fuller  At its final meeting of 1989,  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) Board gave  reconsideration and final adoption to a by-law which transfers  the ownership of the Sechelt  Sewage Treatment Plant to a  commission. The plant has been  an issue since Sechelt became a  municipal district in 1986.  The official transfer of  ownership did not occur  without a brief exchange of  heated words, although the bylaw has been in the works for  over a year and has already  received first, second and third  readings.  The debate arose when  Sechelt Alderman Bob Wilson  objected to the wording regarding the selection of members  for the commission. Under the  new by-law the five member  commission will comprise of  two representatives from  Sechelt Municipal District, two  from the Sechelt Indian  Government District (SIGD)  and the fifth member to be  chosen from the SCRD board.  If the four members cannol  agree on a SCRD director, they  may choose the last member  from the general population of  the area served by the treatment  plant.  Wilson stated the wording  that his council had accepted  did not specify that the fifth  member had to reside in the service area.  Clerk-Administrator Larry  Jardine explained he had  assumed the wording, which he  borrowed from other similar  agreements used around the  province, reflected the wishes of  the government bodies.  Wilson's objection prompted  an angry outburst from Area C  Director Stan Dixon. Dixon  pointed out that the SIGD had  been very happy with the arrangement they had with the  regional district, and it was only  in a spirit of co-operation that  they had gone along wilh  Sechelt's decision lo restructure  the ownership of the treatment  plant. As the meetings went  along, Dixon maintained,  Sechelt had continuously chipped away at the SCRD's participation in the proposed commission.  "Now," he said, "I'll bet  anyone that one of the first  things that will happen is the  rates will go way up."  Director Jim Gurney, who  for many years chaired the committee which oversaw the running of the plant, reacted with  less emotion. He expressed  pride in Ihe efficient and  economic way Ihe treatment  plant and sewage system has  been run over the years, expanding lo provide service lo an increasing area while avoiding  major deficits or high service  charges. He stated his hope that  the new commission would be  able to maintan the standard of  service without excessive increases.  The by-law was given final  adoption and the new commission took over the reigns on  January 1, 1990.  Lagassee withdraws  Recent federal NDP leadership hopeful Roger Lagasse wiH  not run provincially In the next election, but will support  Howard While's nomination in the riding of Powell River  -Sunshine Coast. "I will continue to be involved as a  grassroots NDP activist," said Lagasse, who plans lo return  to teaching.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, January 1,1990  Comment  We're all in  this together  It is often true that a community is a microcosm of the  larger world, epitomizing the events of the greater whole,  but, in the last few months of 1989 at least, the Sunshine  Coast appeared quiel compared to the rest of the world, at  least on the political from.  Still the ailing health of our immediate environment  around Howe Sound, in reflecting environmental concerns  planet-wide, became a focus for many. Crab fishermen  may have been hit most directly with a shot at their pocket-  books but there is an uneasy feeling now among even the  most blinkered that the clear waters of our ocean may be  mere illusion. Chemical soup simmers below the blue.  Militant environmentalists cry for the closure of the  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper mill at Port Mellon until it  "cleans up its act". The truth is, and this extends only as  far as research has progressed, of course, that the damage  has been done. The dioxins and furans spewed out unchecked over ihe years now sit in the sediment at the bottom of the Sound. Shutting the mill down now will not  clean them up; only time and a covering of clean sediment  will do that.  HSPP is a profit motivated company which, perhaps  through foresight or perhaps mere chance and good luck,  happens to be at least one step ahead of some of the other  pulp and paper mills in Canada in this very new game of  adopting environmentally sound practices. The making of  bleached pulp is, after all by its nature, a dirty business.  If Ihe lax environment laws of the government are ignored with little penalty to the profit motivated company,  it shouldn't be a surprise to anyone. However, as things  must change, any more recent attempts by that said company to "clean up its act" by whatever means should be  applauded and acknowledged.  We should not, as a community, slack off in pressuring  HSPP to continue in its present efforts to eliminate dioxins  and furans in its waste; we should not accept the very  limited research now being done on the problem and we  should demand more from our politicians on enforcing  what laws exist and in instituting necessary new ones. But  at the same time, we should give some credit where credit  is due.  That is, credit to the unions whose members' jobs are on  the line; to the management split between the demands of  the unions and the distant upper echelons of a multinational company; to the environmentalists who strive to  educate a sometimes indifferent populace; and to the rest  of the community for whatever its efforts are in saving this  bit of the world and Howe Sound.  Ellen Frith  5 YEARS AGO  Secondary students on the Coast will be given an opportunity to assist the Tourist Association in promotion  of the newly proclaimed salmon shark through a logo  and nickname competition.  The lucky winner of the Gibsons Village Merchants  Santa Sack Draw was Ed Burrltt of Gibsons who took  home a box stuffed with gifts from the 28 participating  businesses.  10 YEARS AQO  Rita Pearl broke the bottle of champaign across the  bow and the Ocean Pearl, owned by two local men, Blair  Pearl and Chris Hummel, came down the slipway from  the boatworks at the Allied Shipbuilders in North Vancouver.  1979 was recorded as the fourth consecutive year on  the Sunshine Coast in which below average rainfall was  recorded lowering the average rainfall for the Sunshine  Coast to 52 inches from the S3 inches which was the  average just four years ago. Despite this statistic, the  month of December 1979 was one of the wettest months  on record during the 19 years that weather records have  been kept.  20 YEARS AQO  An editorial calls for support for Prime Minister  Trudeau's coming strong measures against inflation.  30 YEARS AQO  We must learn to live with sonic booms because further restrictions on speeding aircraft would interfere  with their providing the defence necessary for our well-  being.  40 YEARS AQO  West Howe Sound announces that there will be three  ferries per week between Horseshoe Bay and Port  Mellon.  r  The Sunshine  OOalf fIff  pubit.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor: Ellen Frith  Dave Fraser  Caryl Worden  Kent Sheridan  Production Mar: Jane Stuart  Sherrl Payne  Bev Cranston  Bill Rogers Bonnie McHeffey  Mary Rogers Brian McAndrew  The SUNSHINE COAST NEWS Is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, BC every Monday by Qlaaslord  Prtsi Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930; Pender Harbour Tel. 883-9099; Gibsons Fax Tel. 886-7725. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction ol any part of it by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing Is first secured Irom Qlanlord Press Ltd., holders ol the  copyright SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: 1 year 135; 6 months 120; Foreign. 1 year 140  Office Mgr: Anne Thomsen  Dee Grant  Advertising Mgr: Fran Burnside  John Gilbert  Jean Broccoli  In the'80s People Power "clanged the course of history around tie wM.  Do Canadian* have what ii fates to maintain our sfanoWs and rights in ffe w  We're Alad ds (1  ��M<I W'tt on\y  qowg U tike it  ifiwMoteTkss  BWW .1 .-��� | sr< i     -  Heady days these, heady  days. I mean the wine of  political excitement is sweeping  over Eastern Europe and entire  populations are drunk with  delight and joy at their new  found political freedom and at  the thought of all the delights  that will bring.  What a wonderful way to  begin a new decade, with  democracy in sudden flower in  tracts of political landscape  which until just very recently  seemed immune to its birth and  development.  Like all intoxicants, new  found freedom, however, can  be very misleading and it is best  just when the joy "seems giddiest  and the exuberance withou|end  to take thought of the monow.  To mix metaphors shamiess-  ly into our very own flguiitive  cocktail, it might be well if we  all sniff these sudden passionate  blooms of democracy with appreciation mixed with more  than a soupcon of caution.  Despite the wild hopes that  attend their birth, revolutions  have a way of proceeding along  paths not entirely foreseen.  Along with political repression,  there have been released in the  nations of Eastern Europe  unlimited hopes for material  improvements in the standard  of life heretofore enjoyed.  Already, there have been expressed misgivings about what  will become of the sorely harried Third World countries if  the attention and aid of the  developed and fortunate world  is diverted to Eastern Europe.  In truth, without the diversion of the hopes of Eastern  The beginning of a new year  is always a time for reflection  and resolution, of recalling past  events that may prove relevant  to the facts as they stand at the  end of the old year and which  may, therefore, feed the zeal for  change eminent in Ihe entering  of the new.  In other words, at the beginning of January every year most  of us, bloated and exhausted  from the festive season, tend to  look back at our lives, pinpoint  where we figure we've gone  wrong and determine to do better - starting tomorrow.  It came to me this year, as I  sat blank and uncomprehending  before my son's new computer  game waiting for divine revelation on how the thing worked,  that where I've obviously gone  wrong in life is in continuing to  fail to read the instruction  manuals that come with things.  Everything I buy, it seems,  comes packaged with a neat little booklet or, in the case of my  A cautious sniff at  democracy's new roses  Europe, precious little has been  done to alleviate Third World  War suffering. Some World  Bank figures indicate that there  has been an increasing transfer  of wealth from the struggling  nations to the wealthy in recent  years.  Meanwhile the birth rate continues to explode and the spectres of famine, disease and  desperation still loom on the  horizon of the global stage.  Exploding along with the  numbers of people on the earth  is the realization that we cannot  continue to lay waste our environment with the kinds of  take-no-heed-of-tomorrow  abandonment which has  characterized our activities in  the past 200 years. But this laying waste is also exponentially  exploding along with the  world's populations and the rising ride of expectations and  demands being made by those  populations.  Balancing these diverse factors is going to be a feat of no  mean achievement, quite  enough of a challenge to occupy  us through the decade of the  90's and well into the 21st Century.  That the balance must be  sought and found is sure.  Desperate people are dangerous  people and if there are  dangerous people in immense  numbers we will pass on to our  offspring a dangerous world indeed.  In Eastern Europe, totalitarian bureaucracies have been  found incapable of governing  efficiently and justly; in the rich  nations of the West, wealth has  been created at a cost to the environment which cannot for  long be sustained.  In addition, the rich and  powerful nations of the West  have shown little interest or success in distributing the produced  wealth in a manner which is  designed to keep a balance in  the world.  So it's best not to feel too  smug about what's happening.  Neither rigid and centralized  control nor free-market forces  are liable to give us a sustainable  future. That may not be apparent at this present heady moment for western democracies.  The chances are it will become  apparent long before the close  of the next decade.  What's being won in Eastern  Europe is the right to select or  reject a government without  violence or without fear of  state-run terrorism. What all the  governments of the world are  going to do about our mounting  problems after they have been  democratically elected is by no  means clear.  So let us sniff the new roses  of democracy with delight and  appreciation. There's a major  victory for the human spirit being won on some considerable  fronts. There are, however,  some daunting challenges ahead  of us with which we have not  yet come properly to grips.  HAPPY-NEW-YEAR  At home with  the handbooks  word processor, a tome weighing a good five pounds, and I  never read them. In fact, I've  always taken a certain perverse  pride in admitting that,  although all are filed neatly  away, these manuals are never,  ever opened or even removed  from their clear plastic  packages.  I guess I've always thought  anything worth bothering with  should be immediately understandable or, maybe, I always  liked the challenge of figuring it  out myself.  But that, I reflected this new  year's, was when times were  simpler and, although it took  longer, putting together an Ikea  chair without instructions, for  example (one of my proudest  moments), was indeed, possible.  Now understanding our everyday household gadgets requires either a careful perusal of  the accompanying manuals or a  degree in electrical engineering.  I resolved, therefore, to begin  reading all the manuals in my  house starting tomorrow.  I will begin, I think, with the  manual for my camera which is,  after all, a tool of my work. It  was bought several years ago in  the flush of a sale of a freelance  article and guaranteed for life,  the salesman said. He pain-  stakenly explained how it worked, handed me a booklet  ("Worth looking into," he said)  and I was on my way.  Unfortunately, it isn't a  camera that is foolproof and  when it petered out several  months ago I took it to the shop  and complained the thing had  broken for no apparent reason.  Had I changed the battery  recently? What battery? So 1  was handed another manual  and, starting tomorrow, I'm going to read it.  Last year's family Christmas  present, after another freelance  article sold, was a VCR. This  was absolutely essential to our  household, I said, for the taping  of all the brilliant programs on  Public TV, the only channel  worth watching after all, but  which we never seemed to get  down to doing.  Now that manual, which  came in at least four languages  and which was illustrated with  complex line drawings of our  machine, was substantial. As a  precautionary measure, I didn't  file that one away but rather  tucked it under the VCR itself  thinking, perhaps, that some  sort of osmosis would take  place, but it didn't.  Consequently the only time I  attempted to tape a Channel 9  program, I ended up with 15  minutes of 'Married...with  Children' and 13 commercials.  As for the new, allegedly indispensable (potentially, that is)  household computer, it comes  with enough manuals to begin a  library. Thank goodness, 1990  has a lot of tomorrows.  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  Mtes.au Coast News, January 1,1990  (���Letters to the  Input would have been welcome earlier  Editor:  Concerning the letters  published in condemnation of  tht poster released by the  Mayor's Task Force on Drug  Abuse.  To the authors of these letters  I say, where were you when  concerned memebers of the  community rallied together to  confront a serifiis problem? As  the task force is an open forum,  any truly concerned individual  could easily find out when and  where the meetings are scheduled for, and attend.  Anyone who really believes  that there is a problem that  must be addressed, should surely have stepped forward by now  and offered his or her insights.  Rather this than stepping forward in righteous indignation to  attack those who are making an  attempt to help.  If you are truly as concerned,  about the substance abuse in  our community, as you claim,  then why haven't you stepped  forward with your help, ideas  and support. This would be  much   preferable   to   putting  down the efforts of those who  are willing.  If you fed that this is a well  meaning but misguided campaign and are truly concerned  about the issue, then by all  means step forward. But please  do it within the spirit of cooperation rather than as an attack on those you perceive to be  victimizing a minority.  Perhaps if more people with  differing views had been present  at the task force meetings, then  this poster design may not have  been chosen, for the exact  reasons that you've stated. Or  perhaps chosen in spite of them.  As your opinions are not  necessarily a majority.  It is obvious that you have  looked at the poster and applied  your own fears and prejudices  on your perception of it. You've  decided that it is a long haired  young man. I admit that the  hair is long, I just pray that we  don't see further letters from  blond people, as the hair is long  and blond.  And it is only your own experiences as a young person  whose values are attacked and  ridiculed by the establishment,  that make you perceive this as a  young person being victimized.  Who's to say that the person  caricatured on the poster is  young? The lines on the cheeks  would seem to belie that.  And not only young people  have long hair. 1 could name  dozens of people with long hair  who could not be considered  young, Peter Light included.  For that matter, who's to say  that the picture is a man. You  can be sure that an obviously  female picture would evoke letters from women's groups.  As the designer of the poster  in question, I will say publicly  that I feel it was the poorer of  the two designs submitted. But I  also feel that an attack on the  artwork was unnecessary. The  problem isn't in the design of  the poster, but in the lack of  support by community  members; in their failure to submit their views in an open  forum, in their failure to put  forward an effort.  I can't see how some people  have the nerve to come forward  only when they think that they  and theirs are being discriminated against, instead of coming forward voluntarily to help  alleviate a problem.  I say again, where were you?  If you have a desire to air your  views, please do so in a helpful  way, instead of attacking those  already trying to help.  Wayne Phillips.  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Phone Kerry at 673  886-2111 Payne Rd.  i Automatic Service Special     stiiionty '64.96 ������  TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS FOR 16 YEARS  NOTICE  Dear Dog Owner:  The public is reminded that as of January  1st, 1990, new yearly licences are required  for ail dogs within the Town of Gibsons.  Licences may be obtained at the Municipal  Office, 474 South Fletcher Road, Monday to  Friday, (8:00 am to 5:00 pm.)  By-Law Enforcement Officer  Valdine Michaud  Licence Fees:  $12.00   For every neutered male dog  $12.00   For each and every spayed female dog  $30.00   For each and every female dog not spayed  $30.00   For each and every un-neutered male dog  Editor:  I agree wholeheartedly with  Peter Light's letter in the last  Coast News. I also enjoyed Bob  Williams' humourous, but apt,  poem. Both address the  hypocrisy with which society  regards that potent, but perfectly legal drug, alcohol.  Last year, when the RCMP  had its Drinking Driver Counter  Attack display at the mall I asked one of the officers why they  didn't set up their road blocks  right outside the pubs to pick  off obvious suspects as they  came out? The reply was "But  that would interfere with  peoples' right."  Now, what rights are we talking about here? It can't be civil  rights since the roadblocks in  the middle of the highway  already interfere with those by  detaining guilty and innocent  alike. The officer must have  meant the right of free enterprisers to make a profit no  matter what the human cost I As  we all know, this right is enshrined above all others in our  culture.  Until we are ready to allow  the police to set up roadblocks  where they wjU be most effective,' until we are ready to stop  Thanks  Editor:  I left the Roberts Creek  Elementary School Christmas  Concert feeling peaceful and  deeply encouraged. I am  grateful that the school is willing and so obviously able to  focus on important issues such  as peace.  The concert made the topic of  peace both fun and meaningful  not only to the students but to  me as a parent. My thanks to all  the people who worked hard to  make it happen and I eagerly  await your next production.!  David Yaxley  More letters  on Page 17  allowing liquor-serving  businesses to have parking lots,  then all our self-righteous talk  about how wrong it is to drink  and drive is so much hot air.  I'm not advocating prohibition, nor am I against drinking  per se. I just believe that if you  can afford to drink then you  can afford to take a cab home,  or you can walk if the distance  is short.  I also disagree with the long  prohibition marijuana has been  under. Most people under the  age of 50 or so have experienced  the mind-altering states induced  by both alcohol and marijuana  and have observed the effects of  each on their own and others  behaviour and health. Most  would agree that, of the two,  pot is the least destructive.  Anne Miles  SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 46  invites you to attend  '"Creating our. Future" ^-l  Sponsored by the  Board of School  Trustees, School  District No. 46  (Sunshine Coast)  Year 2000  PUBLIC FORUM  Monday, January 15th  Chatelech Secondary School Gym  7:00 p.m. ��� 9:00 p.m.  7:00-7:15 Superintendent - brief introduction and summary of Year  2000 from a paper previously distributed.  7:15-7:20 Break into three groups, primary, intermediate and  graduation.  7:20-9:00 Small group discussion.  ack at '89 **&  Stauurt  Restructuring Cancelled  Meech Lake    Hot Water Coast News, January 1,1990  $100,000 donated to St. Mary's  New heights for auxiliaries' aid  In 1989, the six branches of  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary  -Pender Harbour, Halfmoon  Bay, Sechelt, Roberts Creek,  Gibsons and Hopkins held  many fund-raising events which  were given full support by their  community residents.  This resulted in the auxiliary  being able to make a 'first time  ever' donation of $100,000 to  the hospital to assist with the  purchase of equipment not  otherwise funded by govern  ment grants and to supply extra  patient comforts.  The donation was presented  to St. Mary's Hospital Board  Chairman Al Harbord by Peggy  Gallo, president of the St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, on  December 19.  Attending the ceremony held  in St. Mary's were: Alison  Steele, Erika Wright, Mary  Bannerman, Carol Rigby, Chris  Ward, Mary Macdonald, Vivian Tepoorten and Hospital  Administrator Ted Wright.  Members of each branch  have worked diligently all year,  be it at home, knitting, sewing  or cooking or staffing the auxiliaries' hospital Gift Shop and  Thrift Shop.  The Gift Shop with its sales  of patient toiletries and  beautiful knitted items raised  over $6000 while the Thrift  Shop now open five days a week  raised $80,000.  Besides   these  activities,  branch members also gave  volunteer time to in-hospital  services. They provided hair  care, attended to patients'  flowers and plants, distributed  reading material and helped out  in many ways at Totem Lodge.  The hospital auxiliary is an  organization that is working for  the community and appreciates  and acknowleJ|es the generosity of all those who helped to  make this donation possible.  New anti-stain treatment safe  by Ellen Frith  Pedestrians In Lower Gibsons gingerly forged a river on  December 20 when this break in the water main transformed  School Road hill into a mini 'white water' obstacle. Construction  abruptly came to a stop when heavy machinery struck the water  main which was unusually close lo the surface at Ihis spot. The  water in Lower Gibsons was shut off for several hours while town  crews fixed the leak and reinforced the pipe with concrete.  ���Elton Frith photo  The development of  Ecobrite, the first environmentally safe, anti-stain treatment  for lumber, has won Canfor  Corporation a silver trophy in  the Invention Category of the  1989 Canada Awards for  Business Excellence.  According to Minister of Industry, Science and Technology  Harvie Andre, Ecobrite, "has  considerably improved environmental and health safety in  the lumber and pulp and paper  industries."  Unlike other anti-stain products which utilize harsh  chemicals, including  Chlorophenates, to kill stain  producing mold and fungi,  Ecobrite is a mixture of inorganic salts (Borax and soda  ash), which can be found in  many common household products. It acts by simply creating  a barrier between the lumber  and mold and fungi so they cannot grow.  As a result, a recent Canfor  press release states, 'tests show  that Ecobrite is thousands of  times less toxic than some other  anti-stain treatments.' The press  release also states that  regulatory officials say 'storm  water run-off is therefore not an  environmental concern.'  Canfor's    Director    of  Research and Development, Dr.  Suezone Chow, who led the  development of Ecobrite, says  there have been a "very positive  response from mill workers who  apply Ecobrite."  The product is presently being used at 36 Canadian  sawmills representing around 25  per cent of the market for anti-  stain products.  According to Teri Dawe of  ORCA, the newly formed coalition which includes various environmental groups such as ORCA, Environmental Watch and  Greenpeace, as well as trade  unions such as the Pulp and  Paper Workers of Canada, the  IWA and the BC Federation of  Labour will be meeting on  January S to discuss Ecobrite  and to study the validity of the  claims made in its support.  Regulations for fish drugs  HAPPY NEW YEAR"  TO ALL  THRIFTY'S  HELP THE  GIBSONS  M6-24M or Box 598  ibovs Kant Lucky Dollar. Gibsons  JAN. 3  : Consumer confidence in the  .' quality of BC farmed fish will  : be enhanced by the implementa-  j tion of a new regulatory  I framework for the use of drugs  ��� in aquaculture, Minister of  j Agriculture and Fisheries John  ; Savage announced recently.  ; The new regulations add to  I other aquaculture licensing re-  ! quirements which govern  i aspects of fish farming such as  ' siting and management.  "Antibiotics are sometimes  used in the farming of fish, just  I as they are in the raising of  other farm animals," said  '' Savage. "In normal practice,  ; fish are only treated early in the  salt water rearing period many  months prior to harvest.  "This government has now  enacted guidelines which include a prescribed, lengthy  withdrawal period following a  drug treatment, before fish can  be harvested," Savage continued. "These regulations will  ensure responsible use of these  products by aquaculturists  under the direction of  veterinarians.  "These are the first comprehensive regulations on  therapeutic antibiotic use in fish  farming to be introduced by any  Canadian province," he stated.  "Consumers of BC farmed fish f  can continue to depend on the  excellent quality of this high-  protein food."  The following requirements  are contained in the new  regulatory framework:  a) An aquaculture license  holder shall keep records of any  drugs administered to his/her  fish.  b) When fish are delivered to  a processing facility or to a fish  buying station, the shipment  will be accompanied by a statement which details the most recent drug treatment which has  been administered to those fish.  c) No finfish can be harvesif d  t for 105 days "after a drug tref  The Government  Taketh Away  The Alternative Giveth  This Thurs., Jan. 4, Fri., Jan. 5 & Sat., Jan. 6 Only  Example  SHOP YOUR FINISHING STORE1  WE CANT GIVE ANYMORE!  THE  UTERNATIVE  Specializing In  WOODWORKING & INTERIOR  FINISHING MATERIALS  OPEN:  Mon. - Fri., 8:30-5:00  Sat. 9:00-4:00  HWY 101, GIBSONS,    886-3294  ment, unless:  1) that drug is registered under  Canada's Food and Drug Act  and the holder has complied  with the standards set out by the  Act; or  2) a veterinarian prescribes the  drug and a mandatory minimum withdrawal period. The  aquaculturist must comply with  all veterinary instructions  relating to the prescription.  d) Finfish processed for sale  in British Columbia can only be  processed at an establishment  that holds a valid certificate of  registration issued by the  Department of Fisheries and  Oceans (Canada)'.        ���; -tr it  The federal Department of  Fisheries and Oceans has implemented increased inspection  and sampling of farmed fish. In  addition, the laboratory services  necessary to conduct residue  testing have been established.  Peace  slides  On Monday, January 8 a  family of four who spent a year  crossing Canada promoting  peace, environmental and  global awareness, will be  presenting a musical slide show  at Roberts Creek Elementary.  There is no charge for the  show, which starts at 7:30 pm.  Refreshments will follow and  everyone is welcome to stay for  the regular meeting of the Sunshine Coast Peace Committee.  THANKS  to all Suncoast residents for their support  B Happy New Yearfl  Grandma's  Toy Box  Sunnycrest Mall     886-3044  Spring Courses  Register for our Spring courses beginning  January 2 at the Sechelt campus.  Credit Courses include:  Psychology 101  Art 153  Japanese 100  Choir (ENS 155)  Other courses include:  Introductory Fiction Writing  Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain  Basics of Microcomputers 1 and 2  Word Processing using Word Perfect 5.0  Course descriptions are in the brochure  which will arrive in your mailbox soon.  Call for information after January 2 at  885-9310.  CAPILAN0  COLLEGE      5627 inlet Avenue ��� Sechelt ��� British Columbia  Learning is Fun at  SUNNYCREST MALL  Highway #101 - Upper Gibsons  Saturday - January 6th  Capilano College at the Mall  Saturday - January 13th  Continuing Education Registration  and Information Day  with demonstrations by course instructors  Seniors Day - Thursday - January 4th  Special Discounts at All Participating Stores  Musicians - Saturday Afternoons <P  Musical Jam Sessions - bring your instrument  k   and busk by booking a time with k  J'   Steve McCarthy  886-8895 |S ��� Coast News, January 1,1990  George    in    Gibsons  Peer counselling works  by George Cooper, 886-8520  "Will you two boys pretend  to have a problem so we can  show our visitor how peer  counselling works?" the school  principal said.  "We don't need to," said  Brandon, "because a real problem has just come up between  us."  "Oh. Then can we try to  solve the problem now?" They  nodded. "You remember the  steps to be taken? No interrupting or blaming the other person; you agree to listen to each  other and to try some  solution." Both nodded agreement.  And so the problem came out  before the mediator who hap  pened to be the school principal  this time. Paul, it turned out,  had loaned 25 cents to Brandon  and 25 cents to a third boy.  Brandon thought the third boy  had got much easier terms of  repayment. The problem was  addressed by both Brandon and  Paul and a solution selected that  each could accept.  Ann Skelcher, the principal  of Langdale Elementary, had  unobtrusively and effectively  mediated this dispute between  Brandon and Paul. She said the  pupils of Langdale School had  developed mediation they call  peer counselling over the past  three years whereby playground  disputes are successfully settled  by the pupils themselves if they  wished,   or   by   pupils   and  January  mwm  up to $50 off  on Selected Fashions  is Out Our  Bargain Rack - $30  just for you  i-AsuiON boutique  immis Laiulmii   SSd-2470  OPEN HOUSE  1038 Falrview Rd., Gibsons  Deluxe Rancher, many extras. $129,000  Marg Berry, 886-7081 ��� Rob QUI, 885-5454  CENTURY WEST REALTY LTD.. SECHELT  COMMUNITY MEETINGS:  Right in your town!  UJ  DATE: Wed. Jan. 3/90   TIME: 7 pm  PLACE:   KIN HUT  DOUGAL PARK  We're finally here! Now Weight Watchers brings Its New Fast &  Flexible Program closer to you, through a more convenient way to lose  weight: Community Meetings. With our new 1990 program you'll  lose weight fast, while living your normal, everyday life���It's easyl And  talk about value: pre-paying for a series of meetings saves you money.  And special offers can save you even more. Join nowl  JOIN NOW AND SAVEI  NEWFAST&FLEXBLE PROGRAM  teacher.  In this system teachers and  principal are not remote  onlookers but, from the sidelines, closely observe the  operating of the system to guide  and encourage the pupils' participation. Without the earnest  support of the teachers the  system would soon wither and  come to nothing.  Following Langdale school's  crisis of several years ago, a  crisis that left three victims  devastated and many others  shaken, school staff and two  successive principals have  striven to build up morale.  Consequently when elementary school counsellor, Fran  Jovick, outlined her peer  counselling program whereby  pupils could learn to mediate  playground disputes by themselves, the Langdale teachers  gladly supported it.  Now three years later not only are playground disputes  mediated but also various other  situations within the school. By  trail and error Langdale school  has developed a program that is  now a model for other schools  in the district.  Cedar Grove has 26 pupils  now trained as peer counsellors,  Gibsons and Sechelt are training  pupils, and in Roberts Creek the  staff is taking training in conflict resolution.  Fran Jovick's program,  which deals with communicating clearly, managing anger,  and resolving conflicts, has been  drawn from a number of  sources, among them a program  in San Francisco.  From Simon Fraser University comes "The purpose of  teaching conflict-resolution  skills is not to show the right  way to respond, nor is it to suppress conflict...but to look at  conflict and find something  benetiual arising from it."  Throughout Langdale school  large posters list the eight steps  to be taken in its problem solving sessions. Added to those  already mentioned are these:  each person tells what his or her  best solution is, then after some  discussion both accept a solution; following that the two  work out a way to implement  the solution, and if that doesn't  work out to come back later to  the counselling table.  Co-operation, responsibility,  positive action and respect are  the key words in this school's  program.  In an article she published it)  the BC Teachers newsmagazine,  Fran Jovick quotes a comment  by a Grade 7 pupil in Langdale.  "I came from Roberts Creek  and peer counselling was new to  me. When I walked around the  school grounds, I saw problems  being solves...like a miracle."  Do we have to wait until these  youngsters grow up to have  thoughtful public meetings  without fisticuffs? And if in  time this system replaces the  adversial law courts, where will  all the lawyers go? We hope.  One thing appears certain  that until the small  neighbourhoods of the world  can handle problems without  anger and bitterness, world  peace is a mere dream.  In the school yard the principal pointed to two boys picking up rubbish. "Yesterday,"  she said, "another pupil persuaded these two to settle a difference by having a fight at the  far end of the play field. After a  session of counselling, they  came to the conclusion that a  fight's not the way to resolve a  problem at Langdale. They  voluntarily decided to pick up  the rubbish as a kind of penalty  they set for themselves."  Blood  needed  During the holiday season,  the Canadian Red Cross is often  faced with a shortage of blood  donors.  On Tuesday, January 2 the  next Sunshine Coast Blood  Donor Clinic will be held in the  Sechelt Legion from 3 to 8 pm  (please note the change in time).  Healthy adults, weighing  more than 43.5 kilograms and  who are between the ages of 17  and 60 are eligible first-time  donors. Any donor who has  given blood within the last two  years, may continue to give  Wood up to 71 years of age,  with the permission of the dink:  medical staff.  What better way to celebrate  1990. with tht'dft of Hm'I  aSuDerltal  Sunnycrest Mall  Gibsons  Prices effective  Mon., Jan. 1,1990  to Sun., Jan. 7  HOURS:  9:30 am ��� 6:00 pm  Fridays 'til 9:00 pm  Sundays 11:00 am ��� 5:00 pm  Lean Ground  BEEF       *93.49��,  10 lb. package or more.  Canada Grade A Beet  Blade ��� Boneless Chuck  ROAST   *,5.27 ,t.  Frozen ��� Cut Up Stewing  HENS ko i.3o it.  Dole  BANANAS .,.55,  With Minimum $10 Order  Without $10 Order kg .64 lb.  Ovenfresh ��� Oat Bran  BREAD  Ovenfresh - Sourdough  bUNO Pkg.of12  Ovenfresh - Plaln/Ralsln/Cheese  SCRUMPETS   Pkg.of6  William Tell Limit 12  APPLE JUICE  With Minimum $10 Order  184 gm.  1.58  2.39  .59  .99  .29  1.29  1.49  1.99  .68  .99  1.59  2.29  Royal Dragon ��� Asst'd Varieties ��� Instant  NOODLES s/  Cloverleaf ��� Chunk Light  TUNA  Prego  SPAGHETTI  SAUCE  Carnation ��� Asst'd Varieties  H0T 9 00  CHOCOLATE *��,,,��� ��.98  Delsey ��� Bathroom Ml       f% A  tissue    ,2fl0��� 4.99  HI Drl ��� Jumbo  PAPER  TOWEL  FROM OUR DELI  1.97  Pntrtml or                     Bavarian With or Without Garlic  CORNED      MEAT LOAF ROAST  BEEF                       7Q REEF  i  1Q p"100"n   lf* I on  Ii I* parlOOam I . V��l  parlOOgm Coast News, January 1,1990  Roberts    Creek  School librarian Lou Guesl is bid good luck and Arm voyage by  Chatelech Secondary School students on Friday, December 23 as  she leaves for a year in Queensland, Australia as pari of a  librarian exchange program. In return Chatelech will have the  pleasure tif welcoming Mrs. Guest's Aussi counterpart who will  have a year lo make some new 'mates' on Ihis side of ihe world.  ���I Aunt Riism'II phnlo  landing  Marine <pub  We Will Be Closed Until April 1'  We look forward to seeing all  our Friends & Customers  again in the spring.  Martin & Pam Menzies,  Managers.  Boaters: Moorage available while you visit with us.  By water, conveniently located al ihe Chevron dock  at Ihe mouth ol Pender Harbour.  By road, follow Ihe Irvines Landing' signs.  BEYOND GRAPHIC  Hi* Can Accommodate All New  numb*'  BRIAN McANDREW  Your Artistic Needs  rutins - lous ��� signs ��� mwtihs  uimo. <I��SMJIH ��� SimSCIEEN . KIVLIC  Phone  to  CELLULAR  649-4050  Peace group prepares for;'90's  by Bev Cranston, 886-2215  Peace on earth and good will  towards men. That was the  message given to men on the  first Christmas. This is also the  message of the local chapter of  the Sunshine Coasl Peace Committee.  Lynn Chapman, a well  known and outspoken Roberts  Creeker and Peace Committee  member since its inception  spoke to the Coast News about  this local group.  Last spring was the group's  fifth anniversary. It all began at  the Creekhouse Restaurant  when 60 to 70 people turned out  for their first meeting, headed  by and organized by the late  Michael Burns. To date there  are 15 regulars who attend monthly meetings with a much  larger membership of 50 and a  readership of Peace Committee  newsletters of approximately  100.  Public awareness is very important. And how do you get  the message of peace across?  Meetings include guest speakers, videos and the circulation  of Peace News promoting world  Sechelt  Scenario  disarmament. Lynn encourages  people to join their group;  "write letters lo your MP's and  newspapers protesting the arms  race and expenditures on  arms."  As Canadians we must clean  up our own backyard. The Sunshine Coast group is working  closely with the Canadian Peace  Alliance Campaign. One of its  long term protests has been to  support the campaign against  nuclear subs in Nanoose Bay.  Protesting low level flights by  fighter planes in Goose Bay,  Labrador is on the agenda for  this year. Keeping Canadian air  space Canadian and free of  planes designed to deliver  nuclear weapons is the purpose  of this protest.  This year's Peace Walk will  take place April 21 in Vancouver. It begins at Kitsilano  Beach and ends up at Sunset  Beach. This is a very popular  event and the Sunshine Coast  has always had a very large and  enthusiastic turnout of locals  take part in this walk. PEACE  CAPRICORNS  Happy birthday to all you  Capricorns out there, especially  the ones bom on Christmas and  New Year's. May you all get  many presents. If not, make  your rightful demands in the  summer for parties and presents,   which   you deserve..  BURNS NIGHT  Tickets for Robbie Burns  Night at the Creek Legion on  January 20 can be had by calling 885-5556. Robert Smith will  be entertaining for this popular  celebration.  Angellic Angela from 'White  Gold' will be here January 5  and 6.  Newly elected treasurer on  the executive is Wendy Lavery.  Happy New Year!  CENTRE HARDWARE  (,, ,/yTOUR LOTTO STORE FOR  W*$"WZ ft  v/////^r I  Madeira IV  Cl-wl, ^���  ���XPR���S5  Park  Shopping  Centre  883-9914  SERVING PENDER  HARBOUR &  EGMONT  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  Say goodbye to Christmas  1989 and a big hello to the 1990s  at the Sechelt Lions Christmas  tree burn. Bring your trees and  pile them at the empty lot beside  Shop Easy on January 3. The  bonfire begins at 7 pm. There  will be free hot chocolate for  everyone.  WELCOME BACK  I hope everybody had a good  Christmas and New Year, that  you didn't skimp on the eats  and that you got whatever it was  you wished for. Now it's time to  get back in harness again.  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  The Sechelt branch of the  hospital auxiliary will hold its  annual general meeting on  Monday, January 15 at nflon at  Pebbles Restaurant in Sechelt,  Members planning to attend  should contact Marlis Knaus at  885-7793 to confirm their reservation.  SCHOOL CONCERT  West Sechelt Elementary's  Christmas concert 'The Bells of  West Sechelt' written by the  Grade 7 class was a tremendous  success. Way to go, guys!  In the New Year look for the  new T-shirts. The logo remains  ihe same but they will oe a new  up-beat colour. Monday, January 8 is back to school day.  That's a whole week away still  so make the most of it.  BEAVER ISLAND GROCE  Francis Peninsula Road, Pender Harbour  883-2108  REAKFAST  LIGHT BREAKFASTS  Cereal        2.25  French Toast        3.75  EGGS PLUS  T��s Eggs with Bacon ar Sautsgi,  Hash Hums and Tsatl        4.95  Two Eggs soy styls  (Poached. Scrambled, oi Fnedl  With Hnh tiewis sne Ts��sl              3.75  OMELETTES  (Served with Hash Biowns and Toast)  Plain       3.95  Cheese        4.50  Cheese  A Mushroom       5.00  Cheese  Mushroom & Ham         5.50  SIDE ORDERS  Tosst  1.25  HsshBrowns  1.10  Bscon  1.75  Sausages  1.75  BEVERAGES  Milk  1.25  Orange Juice  1.00  Apple Juice  1.00  Hot Chocolate  1.10  Code* or Tea    .50  LUNCH  SUBMARINES ToGo  Him & Cheese  (Lettuce. Tomato t. Onion)        5.00      4.25  Hall-Sired Ham �� Cheese 3.00     2.25  Salami t Cheese  (Lettuce. Tomalo & Onion)        4.65      3.95  Halt-Sized Salami & Cheese 2.75     2.00  Roast Best i  lOnion. Mushroom & Cheese) 6.45      5.50  Pizza Sub  iSauco Cheese. Ham. Salami  iPepperoni)  5.75  HAMBURGERS  Hamburger  (Wilh Coleslaw S Potato Pjtiies) 4.50  Combo Burger  (The aoove with Cheese & Mushrooms) 5.50  6.1.0. Burger  (Two Patties Plus ihe Works -  Cheese, Mushrooms. Tomalo. Lettuce  Bacon S Filed Onions)        6.95  DAILY SPECIAL  �� Hurt, lunch Sfdil It lumibH DM,  SALADS  Side Salad 1.95  Greek Salad 2.95  Coleelew  1.00  SIDE ORDERS  Soup a Toast 3.25  Soup  2.25  Garlic Toaat 1.00  BEVERAGES  Milk 1.25  Juice 1.00  Milkshakes 2.50  Hoi Chocolate 1.10  ColfeeorTea SO  DESSERT  Aspecial hems-made dessert wi be  PIZZA   ^^  Small   Mid.   Large  11 - CHEESE  (Four kinds ol Cheese)   ..       6.75     8.75   11.00  tl - I MEAT  (Pepperom 1 Salami) ,..,        7.75      9.75    12.50  #3 - II MEAT  (Ham. Pepperom  & Salami       8.50   11.00    13.50  #4 - VEGETARIAN  (Onion. Green Peppei.  Tomato. Mushioom  Pineapple. Olives  & Cheddar Cheese)       8.50   10.75    13.25  19 - HAM 6 PINEAPPLE  (With Cheddar)          9.00   11.50   14.00  #6 - SALAMI. PEPPER0NI  I MUSHROOM....      9.25   12.00   14.25  17 - SALAMI,  PEPPEROM,  MUSHROOM,  GREEN PEPPER  a ONION 10.50   13.25   15.50  01 ��� 6EAVER ISLAND  SPECIAL  (Ham. Pepperom,  Mushroom. Bacon.  Olives & Onion      11.25    14.25   16.75  ti - GROUND REEF,  GREEN PEPPER, lieu/  TOMATO, ONION "C ��  OLIVES, FETA  ��� CHEDDAR     11.25   14.25   16.75  cxtha mmms  MEAT * CHEESE  (Including Ground  Beet. Cheddar  ��Feta> 78     1.00     1.28  VE9BIES 60      .75     1.00  SPECIAL OFFER  Through January there will  be tl off our Small I  Medium Pizzas 1 SI.90oil  ^ouftJToafVja-^ 1 ���  -���  -~___fM   'oi, -A    ,"j��   __^.aaBalBalaallM>  1/.  ������.t���-- 7S: .^^ilajfJBi  ������nm,  i��r ���  ���ff..fjli  1 . t    1^                       j  r r-v ������������������  :l  ir~ r���  J��  -��v?5  ���ffl  __�����*>���  4  t ^��*'jJW"  ..* . ���'', i.v ��  <rf$'                                 Wr^ ~:*  Kl  Hv' 'flSoji  eaVfnSHUBT  J  1  Winner of the 1990 Chevrolet Lumlm raffled off on December 23 by the Festival of the Written Arts,  b Rob Jardine of Roberts Creek seen here with his prize. The car, Rob says, is now for sale. The second prize of a four day trip for two to Reno went to Janet Powell of Sechelt while Barb Yates of Gibsons Is off for a romantic weekend for two at Ihe Vancouver Pan Pacific Hotel as winner of the third  prize. The total value of prizes awarded was $24,000. (see story). -Fran Bumside photo  Pender Patter   s  Stop sign vanishes  by Myrtle Winchester, 883-9099  The up-again, down-again  stop sign at the entrance to the  Madeira Park Shopping Centre  is gone again. Officials are  mystified and Motley has a solid  alabi.  THE BEST  Christmas decoration effort  was judged to be the Oak Tree  Market with its impressive outside tree and cedar boughs, and  they will be presented with a  planter (including plants) by the  Pender Harbour and Egmont  Chamber of Commerce.  Second place in the competition was a tie vote for both  Pender Harbour Realty and  Marina Pharmacy.  Congratulations to the wi:  ners and to everyone else who  helped Madeira Park look  cheerful and Christmassy. Next  year the contest will be expanded to include a category for  residence decorations.  BOTTLE DRIVE  A bottle drive will be held on  January 6 in Pender Harbour  by the Beavers and Scouts, and  they would like you to save your  holiday empties for them. For  more information call Tom  Martin after 5 pm at 883-9434  or Ron Malcolm at 883-9015.  Ecjmont  News  Egmont  celebrated  by Dixie Percy, 883-9206  Well, phewl There goes  another Christmas and Egmont  celebrated, by all accounts, with  one of the most enjoyable  Christmas parties yet. Pity the  few who missed it, like myself.  Visions of sugarplums dance  in my head whenever someone  tells me what a great time they  had. Not only was there more  delicious food than you could  shake a stick at, there was  musical entertainment provided  by our own quartet of Denny,  Sue, Janet and Dave.  Santa was on hand, of  course, with presents for all the  kiddies - no mean feat, and Ted  and Bobbe Erbby were there to  everyone's delight. What a pleasant note to end the year on.  Thanks to everyone who contributed their time and efforts.  Now it's 1990 and time to  work on all of those New Year's  resolutions. I have a few myself,  I just hope I can stick with them  for longer than two weeks.  There have been some big  boats passing through Egmont  lately but it's hard to miss the  new boat in town, the Nordic  Rami. Welcome to her owners,  Marty and Deb Tucker and  their little baby Laura May.  They are putting their own  finishing touches on and moving into Ky and Olga Silvey's  old place.  The folks at the Fritz Family  Restaurant are doubly thrilled  at the arrival of not one but two  new little granddaughters. John  and Cheryl Fritz of Fort  McMurray, Alberta had Chelsea Lynn, on December 21 and  Peter and Denise Fritz of  Madeira Park had Kayla May  on December 23.  1 may be hard to reach during  the month of January so if you  have any information you  would like to pass on, just leave  me a note at the Egmont Pott  Office.  That's all for this week. A  happy and prosperous New  Year to all.  NO FINES  No fines for overdue books  returned to the Pender Harbour  Reading Centre this month,  regardless of when they were  borrowed because January has  been designated overdue book  amnesty month.  MESSAGE  A message from the skipper,  crew and passengers aboard the  carol ship Reefer. 'A big hooray  and seasons greetings to Larry  Barnes, who played, edited and  recorded with special effects,  the Christmas tape so much enjoyed on December 23'.  ELECTION RESULTS  Election results from Branch  112 of the Royal Canadian  Legion are as follows:  President, Geoff Crowther;  past president, Jim Murphy;  first vice-president, Jim Summer;   second   vice-president,  HarolH    Plav    tiwaciirw     Rnh  Jaggard; secretary, Joyce Clay.  The new executive is Dave  Pritchard, Joe Adams, Doug'  McCleod and Alfred Berg.  Jardine  winner of  Festival  raffle  by Fran Burnside  Rob Jardine of Roberts  Creek didn't believe the phone  call he got on December 23 telling him that he was the winner  of the metallic red 1990  Chevrolet Lumina in the  Festival of the Written Arts'  $100 per ticket raffle.  "I thought someone was pulling my leg," he told the Coast  News as he was picking up the  car keys at Sunshine GM. "I  said, 'Ya, sure'. Then the  woman caller said she could tell  1 didn't believe her, and gave  me a number to call to confirm  it. I even looked up the Festival  of the Written Arts number  before I dialed it to make sure.  And what did Rob do next?  "I immediately went out and  bought lottery tickets! But I  didn't win."  Not a bad Christmas present  to take home to the family.  What did Rob say to his wife,  Jackie?  "Well, first I told her I had  bought a raffle ticket. Then I  told her the good news."  Coast News, January 1,1990  N��w in! Calvin Klein  Cotton Underwear  for Girls - sizes 8-14  ' Underpants e Bras e Camisoles  Trail Bay Centre Mall, Sechelt 865-5255  KIDS  Best Wishes  for the  New Year!  From Barrie, Florence & Valerie  10% Off  All Marked Items  Unicorn Pets n' Plants  885-S32S  SHOW OFF YOUR MODELING SKILLS  MODEL BUILDING  CONTEST  ��� 24 PRIZES  ��� JUNIOR AND SENIOR DIVISIONS  ��� 4 CLASSES OF MODEL JUDGING  HAVE FUN BUILDING A KIT AND  COMPETE FOR PRIZES, TOO!  CONTEST STARTS M��"��ay. Dm. 25   JUDGING ON       Saturday. Feb. 17 at Trail Bay Centre Mall  complete contest rules and entry forms  available with any kit purchased at  Mountain Coast Hobbies  5648 Dolphin St., Sechelt  [Across from the RCMP)  Phone Ernie at the Shop  885-7122  Any way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  ���    ���     *    *    % Coast News, January 1,1990  King of Safecrackers  Seven-year-old Shiloh Sukkiu of Gibsons spent a lol of her leisure  time this Christmas vacation churning up Gibsons Pool.  ���Elkn Frith photo  FINANCE vs  FASHION?  Not any more. Today women make as  many financial decisions as fashion decisions - for themselves and (heir  households.  To help them make the right choices,  mon.- and more women are consulting  Investors lor confidential advice on  achieving financial security and growth  for their money.  Make the right decision. Call us tul:n ^^_^^^^^^^_^^^_^^^_  J.N.W.(Jlm) BUDD Sr,  MMmVBSUJIB DEBORAH MEALIA  886-8771   ��� J H Uim) BUDD Jr  PROFIT FROH OUR EXPERIENCE 886-8771  .{dent Investors Hanmny Team  Group  Up To  50%....  January Clearance  ** Sale A<',"ss",i"s  Blouses  continues at  ^^^^^ sechell  Shoes  Slacks  Deported to disaster  by Peter Trower  The word has spread quickly  about Herb Wilson's release. At  almost every stop, the by-now  half-legendary crime boss is  beseiged by a fresh phalanx of  excited reporters. More flattered than annoyed, be answers  their queries patiently in the  precise scholarly voice that suggests far more education than  he actually possesses.  Some of the other deportees  -small time hoods for the most  part, with no flashy reputations  to boast, look on with a certain  respect. They are travelling with  an underworld celebrity.  At Chicago, the Canadian  deportees are transferred to a  Grand Trunk train, bound for  Windsor, Ontario. Wilson has  time for a brief reunion with his  sister Violet and her husband  before his train heads for the  Detroit border crossing.  He also becomes friendly  with a reporter named Barney  Armstrong who has been sent  down from a Toronto newspaper to interview him. Armstrong elects to ride back to  Canada with Wilson.  A hitch develops at the  Detroit border however. Official consent for Herb Wilson's  re-entry to Canada has not yet  been received from Ottawa. As  a result, he is forced to remain  at the Immigration Offices  while all the others pass  through. For four days he hangs  in legal limbo - quite literally a  'man without a country'.  The frustrating delay gives  Wilson plenty of time to think.  Gazing through the window at  the outskirts of Detroit, he  remembers wryly how his whole  criminal odyssey began here  with Herb Cox and Lou, almost  two decades before.  What a strange and prophetic  turning point that had been.  Now Cox is long dead on the  Bridge of Sighs and Lou, who  was never apprehended perished  in a shootout during an abortive  robbery, a few months after the  others were taken.  What a crazy waste it all was.  What did it gain any of them in  the end? Shaking his head,  Herb Wilson turns away from  the window.  Finally the necessary papers  on Wilson come through from  Ottawa and he receives the news  with a great deal of relief.  Shortly after, Herb Wilson sets  foot on Canadian soil again for  the first time in many years. He  boards another train and heads  for London, unaccompanied at  last, by either guards, other ex-  prisoners or police. It is a heady  feeling to take charge of his own  destiny again.  Health Clinics  aMM Health Otata will be held in  Gibsons at 494 S. Fletcher Road on  January 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30. An extra  child health clink is scheduled in Gibsons on Monday, January 8 and 22 from  4:30 to 3:43 pm for parents who find the  regularly scheduled times inconvenient.  Phone 8864131 to book appointments.  Sechelt child health clinics will be held  on January 3, 10, 17, 24 and 30 from  3:30   -   3:43   pm   phone   883-3164.  Pender Harbour Clinic will be on  January 4 and 18 from I to 3 pm. Phone  883-2764.  Tuberculin Skin Testlag and  Traveken' CkWc will be held on Mondays from 3 to 4 pm January 8,13, 22  and 29 and Travellers' Clinic only from  3 to 4 pm on Thursdays, January 4, II,  18 and 23 in the Gibsons Health Unit.  In Sechelt the date is Monday,  January 8, 13, 22 and 29 from 3:30 to  4:13 pm.  The Pender Harbour Travellers'  Clinic can be arranged upon request.  Please make appointments for all  three clinics.  Sttialy Transmitted Disease Cknks  will be held Wednesday, January 10 and  24 at the Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit  from 4 to 4:30 pm. and in Sechelt Health  Centre, January 16 and 30 from 3:43  -4:13 pm. Information, counselling and  testing (including AIDS) will be given.  No appointment is necessary. ,.  Pre-natal Classes are as follows:  Next early class is on January 9 from  7 to 9 pm and will be held at the Sechelt  Health Centre in Sechelt.  The late class will be on January 2,9  and 16 from 7 ��� 9 pm and held at the  Gibsons Health Unit.  Above late classes taught by Wendy  Burlin, RN., and Jeanette McBain, RN.  To register for the early and late classes  phone the Health Unit at 8864131.  The next Postpartum class is scheduled on January 23 from 7 - 9 pm at the  Gibsons Health Unit. To register for the  Post Partum class call Wendy Burlin  885-7132.  Single sad Pitaeeat? Phone the  Health Unit at 8864131.  The next Hospital Totar will be on  January 31. Please phone St. Mary's  Hospital Switchboard to arrange for  tour at 885-2224.  The Parent aad Baby Drop-la gives  parents an opportunity to meet other  parents and discuss common concerns.  The group gathers every Tuesday from  1:15 to 3:30 pm in the Coast-Garibaldi  Health Unit and in the Sechelt Health  School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast)  NOTICE OF ELECTION - 1990  Public Notice is hereby given to the electors of the herein cited Rural Area of School  District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast), that I require the presence of the said electors at  the School Board Office, 494 S. Fletcher Rd., Gibsons, on Monday the 29th day of  January, 1990, between the hours of 10:00 o'clock and 12:00 noon in the forenoon,  for the purpose of electing persons to represent them as Trustee for the Rural Area of  the School District as hereinafter specified:  Rural Area 1 (Regional areas A & B - 10 month term - One Trustee  The mode of nomination of candidates shall be as follows:  Candidates shall be nominated for the Rural Area in writing by two duly qualified  electors of the rural area concerned. The nomination paper shall be delivered to the  Returning Officer at any time between the date of this notice and noon on the day of  nomination. The nomination paper may be in the form as prescribed by the Municipal  Act, and shall state the name, residence and occupation of the person nominated in  such manner as to sufficiently identify such candidate. The nomination paper shall be  subscribed to by the candidate.  In the event of a poll being necessary, such polls will be opened at:  Egmont Community School Building  Madeira Park Elementary School  Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  West Sechelt Elementary School  on the 16th day of February, 1990 between the hours of 8:00 o'clock in the forenoon  and 8:00 o'clock in the afternoon, of which every person is hereby requested to take  notice and govern himself accordingly.  Given under my hand at Gibsons this 29th day of December, 1989.  Joan B. Rigby  Returning Officer  Centre on Wednesdays from 1:13 to 3:30  pm.  There is no charge for any of these  Adult Basic Education  Bridges the Gap  Capilano College in Sechelt offers self-  paced, individualized instruction in English,  Math, Physical Sciences, Biology, and  Computers to help you bridge the gap from  where you are to where you want to be.  Day and evening classes (with flexible  timetables) are available. Training is  provided from the Fundamentals to the  Provincial level (Grade 12 academic  equivalent).  The program runs January to April 1990.  Make an appointment for an interview by  calling 88S-93IO, between 12:30 and 7:00  pm Monday to Friday, or come to the  registration on January 4, 1990, 11 am  to 2 pm.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE      5627 Inlet Avenue ��� Sechelt ��� British Columbia  MARKETING YOUR HOME-BASED  BUSINESS WORKSHOP  Join the 130,000 other people in British Columbia who are running successful  home-based businesses.  The Honourable Stan Hagen, Minister of Regional & Economic Development, in  partnership with Harold Long, MLA, local Chambers of Commerce and Community  Futures is offering an eight-hour home-based business workshop.  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SUPER ROOF 11���  Manufactured in panels for Installation on low-sloped roofs  to replace tar & gravel, etc.  Ideal for roofs on trailer homes.  As with Super Roof 1, a 50-year  non-prorated warranty Is also  supplied!  JfeXU J  ** n ?  SELECTED HOMES WANTED NOW.  FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY  Call Mr. Allen Wayne, V.P.  TOLL FREE 1-800-663-0555  * Pae our "Super Roof"  installed on the YMCA  building in Langdale,  B.C.  Jim!.  ���1 E_  INTERNATIONAL EXTERIORS (B.C.) LTD  SERVING BRITISH COLUMBIANS SINCE 199$  I /��� ��� ..... , .  .        ^^^^j Ilullerinus from Chatelech Secondary School's wrestling Irani  danrr 'Thr Dance or Ihe Sugar Plum Wrestlers', led by Aaron  I'rarl (crtilre) al lite school's 'Gong Show' held Friday, December  ��� I.aura Russell phitlu  23,  Talent at Chatelech  by Laura Russell  Chatelech Secondary School  students were astounded and  amazed by the unimaginable  talent displayed by their fellow  students who appeared in the  school's Christmas "Gong  Show".  Extroverted pupils who sang,  acted, juggled, and danced,  drew roars of laughter from the  crowd and relatively few gongs  from the three teachers who  were acting as "Honourary  Congers".  School was suspended from 1  to i o'clock to allow for the  show in celebration of the two  week long Christmas vacation.  Rhythms  of Life  I  Into the 1990's  Coast News, January 1,1990  by Penny Fuller  Sechelt Seniors  Block 7 site  discussed  by Larry Grafton  The first meeting with regard  to negotiations on the proposed  lease site on Block 7, between  the Municipality and Branch 69  Mas held in the Municipal Hall  al 9 am on Da-ember 14. Those  on the negotiating team, and  present, were Mayor Tom  Meredith, Alderman Bob  Graham, Administrator Malcolm Shanks, Seniors' President  Mike Timms, President-elect  John Miller and Len Herder.  To dale of course, nothing is  carved in stone. Discussion centred on conforming building  design, use of the multifunction centre, terms of the  lease, start-up of building construction after the referendum  (to be held in early 1990) parking, landscaping, sewer, water  etc. Further meetings are planned early in the New Year.  The new activity centre will  remain a Seniors Activity Centre administered by Branch 69.  HEALTH DROP-IN  Our new first vice-president,  Gerry Chailler is in Ihe process  ol' initiating a new health drop-  in centre. For a start it will be  held in our present hall.  The plan is to enlarge the program when our new activity  centre is completed. Such a program can be quite beneficial to  all seniors, whether members or  not, and particularly to our  'older seniors'.  This will be a mutual aid program focussing on self-care and  will offer seniors a place to gel  information and support for  keeping well. The program will  probably be held once a week,  and al the same place and lime,  which will be governed for a  start, al least, by available space  in our present hall.  A variety of professional and  retired resource people will be  sought lo give individual  counselling. When developed,  Ihis program can help all seniors  or the community lo obtain  referral information to appropriate community services.  They will, in turn, be able to  obtain the support necessary to  develop a personal plan for  keeping well.  The main purpose of the  healt drop-in is to encourage  seniors in our community, particularly the more elderly, to  take what steps are available to  .them to remain in their own  homes for an extended'period  of time. The intent is to  postpone, as long as possible,  (he eventual tenure in Intermediate Care or Extended  Care facilities.  The foregoing information  has been supplied by our first  Vice-President, Gerry Chailler,  who will be glad to extend further information to anyone  seeking more detail.  Keep in mind thai the program when initialed will not be  limited to branch members.  Gerry's phone number is  886-3728.  Welcome to the last decade of  the 20th century. Lots of people  believed we'd never make it, for  lots of different reasons.  Sometimes I get the feeling  that if we can make it to the  year 2000, everthing's going to  be okay - rather like the bridge  in the Legend of Sleepy Hollow.  If we can just make it over that  bridge without the spectre of  nuclear war, pollution or  natural disaster catching us,  we'll be safe. The bridge is now  in sight.  The last two months of 1989  was replete with world-changing  events which I can say with absolute certainty (in retrospect) I  could have predicted.  There is no question that we  arc all in a lime of accelerated  change - both internationally  and individually. In August  1987, an event occurred which  saw millions of people all over  the world congregate in the face  of media mockery and ridicule  lo mediate and pray for worldwide healing. The 'Harmonic  Convergence'on August 16 and  17 of that year, was said lo be  the lime indicated by Hopi  legend and the Mayan calendar  marking Ihe beginning of a five-  year period of rapid change and  polarization of energies.  Mid-February, 1990 marks  the halfway point in thai lime  frame. On a world-wide basis,  ihe slower-moving outer planets  (Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and  Pluto) which indicate generational as well as personal trends,  reflect the major house cleaning  lhat is taking place all over the  world.  As Pluto continues lo grind  its way through the middle of  Scorpio, we will continue lo see  long-concealed abuses of power  exposed. Meanwhile, Uranus  and Neptune move through  Capricorn indicating that structures (such as the Berlin Wall,  banks, churches and governments) will either dissove or  blow-up.  No, I am nol suggesting thai  by Ihis lime next year we will  not have any banks, churches or  governments. But those aspects  - of (he structures' which are corrupt, dishonest and restrict the  fulfillment of individual's  potential will continue to be exposed and disgarded.  At the same time during 1990  Saturn, which upholds established structures and social  orders, will also be in Capricorn  as we're likely to be dealing with  some backlash until it moves into Aquarius in 1991.  On a more personal basis, as  (he pace of change increases and  you are confronted with situations you would have preferred  lo avoid, you may feel overwhelmed by events in your life  during the upcoming year.  There's no point in trying to  keep things ihe way (hey have  been, or hold onto things lhat  may have been restricting your  personal development (whether  or not you're aware of it). It will  have about as much affect as  stopping lo reason wilh the  'Headless Horseman'. If you  can allow the changes, lei go of  things, situations, people,  etcetera thai seem determined to  change and/or leave, Ihe void  which is left will be filled. The  indications are, for most of us,  lhat it will be filled with  something much better and  much more life supportive.  Il doesn't matter whether it's  a job, a dream, a relationship or  your self-image. During the  next year, when you're confronted with the possible loss of  something you value, il will be  important lo let go, look within  yourself, and try to make  whatever changes are necessary  10 open yourself lo the full  potential of the 21st century.  Six months ago, if I had written that the Berlin Wall would  come down, you would have  thought I was full of hot air (at  best).  Now I am saying that your  potential is more vast than you  can possibly comprehend at ihis  moment. If you will allow  changes lo lake place in your  life without extreme resistance,  if you find the courage lo look  into your own dark comers this  year and acknowledge thai  you're nol a saint yet, you will  break down Ihe restrictive barriers within yourself allowing an  infinite range of possibilities to  jriirue in. - '  ���,Ha'ppy 'WO-  Mall Display and  Registration  Community members can get information  and register for courses al the mall displays  in Sechelt and Gibsons on Saturday,  January 6.  Sechelt: Trail Bay Centre, 10 am to noon  Gibsons: Sunnycrest Plaza, I - 3 pm.  Visit us and see what Ihe College can offer  you. Call 885-9310 if you have questions.  CAPILAN0  COLLEGE       5627 Inlet Avenue ��� Sechelt ��� British Columbia  Cable Eleven  THURSDAY, JANUARY 4  7:00 pm  iivf* Phone-in  Talk lo your I.ikhI (,nurnmenis  Maureen Clayton hosts this month's  program thai allows viewers 10 talk lo  members of their local governments.  8:00 pm  The Kunimin Snowman  The annual Winter Concert from  Cedar drove Elementary comes to your  community channel. The entire school  participates in this musical special for the  holiday season.  8:45 pm  ('owl Profiles 'Live'  Stan Dixon returns with another of his  programs featuring interesting people  from around the Coast. This month  Stan's guest is ex-Mayor of Sechelt, Bud  Koch.  This Community  Television Schedule  Courtesy ol:��� ��� ��� ���  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281    would like to  Wish everyone a  Picture  Perfect  New Year  ��� Chris, Diane,  Joka & Karen  I  Think of us first for all your Photographic needs.  PHOTO W@RKS  Trail Bay Centre Mall, Sechelt 885-4447  SHOP LOCALLY  Towi  tkeCiuttt  i  When you have a car full of hungry kids too boisterous and  untamed to bring inside a restaurant, and you definitely don't  want them in your home, bring them to Ernie and Owen's  Drive-in on Highway 101 in Gibsons and feed them right  there in the car. Or, on those rare but wonderful sunny days,  sit at the picnic tables provided and let the youngster (and  everybody else too) dig into hamburgers, hotdogs, fish and  chips, pizzas, chicken, thick and delicious milkshakes and all  kinds of ice cream desserts. Actually, Ernie and Gwen's is a  great place to go even if you haven't got a car full of kids!  And Ernie and Owen's also provides free delivery after 6  pm on a minimum order of $10 which is a handy service to  have when you are too tired to cook and too tired to go out.  In our household, it's used a lot.  The other day, for example, we were celebrating a birthday, which is an exhausting process at the best of times but  after a full day at the office...well, time to call Ernie and  Owen's! We ordered a fish burger, a deluxe cheeseburger, ���  medium vegetarian pizza, a large order of onion rings, one  small order of fries and three chocolate milkshakes. It was  delivered promptly right to the door and we dipped into our  pockets a mere S17.25 for what seemed like a feast with pizza  left over to microwave the next day.  The food at Ernie and Owen's is consistently good, the service provided by the young staff is friendly and helpful and  the drive-m's convenient location and home delivery makes it  a much appreciated alternative to a sit-down restaurant or a  ttomecooked meal.  Try it, you'll like It.  Average meal prion do not Include liquor           Andy's Restaurant- Every Wednesday night is Prime Rib Night. Don't miss  Andy's Luncheon Buffet, 11-2, Tuesday  thru' Friday. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, pizza,  Thai food, and lots of NEW dishes.  Don't miss Andy's great Brunch Buffet  every Sunday from llam-2:J0. Hwy 101,  Gibsons, 886-3388.  Oeek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also dally specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 883-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays A Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seals.  Restaurant - On the  i with one of the most spectacular views in Gibsons, the Mariners'  initializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with delicious daily specials. Marine  Drive, Gibsons Landing, 886-2334. Monday to Saturday: Lunch 11-3, Monday lo  Saturday: Dinner 3-10 and Sunday 34,  Sunday Brunch 11-3.100 seats. V. M.C.  Tlte Omega Pitta, Steak And  MM/M l)l\l\(,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing at 1338 Gower Point Rd.  886.2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11.30 am -10  pm, Fri and Sat 11:30 am - 10:30 pm.  Seats 143.  Pronto *s Restaurants Two locations  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four about SI5-S20. Located at  Wharf Rd., Stencil, 883-1919; and on  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical Clinic, Gibsons, 8864138.  TIM Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from  II am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and air-  conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 883-7283.  'S Inn - Appetizers all day nil 11  pm. Darts every Tues. Everyone  welcome. Cedar Plaza, Gibsons 886-8171.  Open 11 am - midnight. Sun-Thurs: 11  am - I am, Fri-Sat. 100 seals. V., MC.  Regular menu 11 am to 8:30 pm.  I - With a perfect view  of Gibson marina, and a good time at-  rnoephere, the Omega is a peopte-  waacher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  t\ - MM or;  Chicken Shack - Deep fried chicken,  pizza, hamburgers, salads. AD to go.  Cowrie St., Sechelt 483-7414. Video Rentals. Open 11 am - 9pm, Mon-Thur; 11  am -10 pm, Fri-Sat; noon - 9 pm, Sun.  Home delivery within 3 miles of store  after 4 p.m.  Bute A Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery within 4 miles,  after 6 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10. Open  late every night. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-7813.  . ^^^^^^^^ Picturesque  ���ttaatte setting, post-and-beam dining  room, children's play area and tame  matte an pan of Ruby Lake Resort's  dm. Sunday smorgasbord features  baton of beef and other hot meat dishes,  a beautiful salad bar and heme-made  detastts. Absolutely superb prime rib on  Friday. Breakfast from 6:30 am, lunch  from II am and dinner from 4:30 to (  pm. Daily specials, licenced, reasonable  prices, menus have something for  everyone, on- and off-premises catering.  Hwy 101 just north of Pender Harbour,  good highway access and parking tor  vehicles of all sizes. 883-2269.  *A*>AI>mnSfM!NTS 10.  Coast News, January 1,1990  ft  (SPORTS  VHBHk��VaHHHaMMH|Sjli>_  Minor Hockey  by Dave Devitt  M^M^M  Ihe Gibsons scrub football Grey Cup was played out on the afternoon of December 24 at Gibsons Elementary School, Penalties  and rules were in force: with offensive and defensive pissing, no  straight-arming and, of course, no running plays al Ihe fellow  with Ihe camera standing benignly by the sidelines. The final score  is unknown as Ihe photographer promptly left when Ihe latter rule  was completely ignored by the football enlhusiasts.  ���Kent Sheridan photo  ATOM DIVISION  December 6/89  lnlerhouse game between  Jets A Devils  Final Score: Jets 4, Devils 10  Scoring for the Jets: Jeremy  Ruck, 3 goals (hat trick); Brad  . Wing, 1 goal; Brook Hamilton,  2 assists.  Sc6ring for the Devils:  Robert Beaupre, 3 goals;  Nathan DeBoer, 4 goals, 1  assist; James Rickbeil, 2 goals, 1  assist; Jesse Smith, I goal, 4  assists; Ben Tripp, 2 assists;  Robert Trousdell, 1 assist.  lnlerhouse Game between  Wings I- Jets  Final Score: Jws 5, Wings 4  Scoring for the Jets: Jeremy  Ruck, 3 ; Bradley Wing, 2; Kai  Jenkins, I assist.  Scoring for the Wings: Theo  Desla, 1; Buddy Peers, 2; Tyler  Wilson,  I. Assists by Curtis  Munson and Ryan Nestman.  PEE WEE DIVISION  lnlerhouse Game between  Canucks & Hawks  December 7/89  Final   Score:   Canucks   11,  Hawks 5  Scoring   for  the  Canucks:  Michael Yates, 4 goals 2 assists;  Chemus Gaudry,  3 goals,  2  assists; Evan Myers, 2 goals, 1  assist; Ashley Koftinoff, 1 goal;  Adam Sacco, I goal; Nathan  DeBoer,   2   assists;   Paul  Sheridan, 2 assists; Bart Soles, 1  Scoring for the Hawks: Trent  Turner, 3 goals, 1 assist; Brad  Hooper, I goal; Cory Baldwin,  I goal.  lnlerhouse Game between  Flames A Hawks  December 8/89  Final Score: Tie 3-3  Scoring for the Flames: Tige  Pollock, 1 goal; Jesse Paquin, 1  goal; Tyler Gray, 1 goal.  Scoring for the Hawks: Billy  Kinley, 1 goal; Trent Turner, 1  goal, 1 assist; Jeremy Howden,,  1 goal.  NOVICE DIVISION  Peanuts lnlerhouse Game  Purple & Yellow  Final - Purple 5, Yellow 3    I  Scoring for Purple: Steven  Malcolm, 1; Jared Wanamaker,  1; Cody MacLeod, 1; Cody Upson, 1; Daniel Bolt, 1.  Scoring for Yellow: Andrew  DeBoer, 2; Rory Miller, I.  2:20     4.5  2 9:30 15.  TU 4:05    8.7  9:00 11.6  Data Ika Hi. Fi.  3:00     6.0  310:00   15.8  WE 5:00  10:25  7.5  11.3  3:45     7.9  410:35   15.7  TH 5:55    6.0  DM ThM Mt.Fl  12:10   11.5  5 4:45     9.7  FR 11:10  6:50  15.5  4.6  2:05 12.4  6 6:00 11.3  SA 11:45 15.3,  7:40 3.2  ntta Tana mi.fi.  3:40 13.6  7  7:30 12.4  SU 12:30 15.1  8:35 2.1  mm Baa hs.fi.  4:45  8 8:55  MO 1:20  9:25  14.6  128M  14.9  1.3U  Reference: Point Atkinson f��snoMumcnm n.�����s ����� i n, as��  n     tai    o.     -a    j ����i plus 5 mm lot aach ll ol nat.  pacittc Standard Time       am ? mm tor aacn n <>i uu   Boats In-Stock  Itideline  [MARINE  I 5637 Wharf Rd.,  I Sechelt  1885-4141  Men's Hockey  assist.  |Gilligans beats Hawks  by Mark Benson  J Gilligans moved into a tie for  Second place with the Hawks by  defeating them 7 to 6 in a tight  game in Men's Ice Hockey  December 16. Gilligans held  period leads of 3 to 2 and 5 to 3  leading into the final period and  fcung in there for the big win.  j Gilligans' Gord Clayton put  <��n quite a show scoring five  goals while Ryan Paul scored a  I air. Darren Dixon (3), Trent  I lixon (2), and Darryl Jackson  t :plied for the Hawks.  Wakefield continued its winning ways by defeating Roberts  Creek 6 to 4. The Cteek was  within a goal virtually the whole  game on goals by Mark Benson  (2), Pat Tylor, and Bill  McDonagh. Wakefield's Gary  Uenner got the game winner  while Kelly Cousins got the im-  portant insurance goal late in  the game.  Other scorers were Claude  Charleton,  Darren   Kohuch,  Rory Walker and Ted Bracket!.  WLTP  Wakefield  12 0 0 24  Hawks  6 6 012  Gilligans  5 7 212  Kings  5 6 1 11  Creek  4 5 3 11  Buccaneers  2 9 15  Sunshine Coast Men's Hockey  Top Scorers of 1989  GAP  Buccaneers  ��� Ivan Baker 9 9 18  - Kern Baker S 9 17  Gilligans  - Gord Clayton 141125  -Ryan Paul 7 1320  Hawks  -Shane Joe 9 1019  - Trent Dixon 11 4 IS  - Darren Dixon 9 6 IS  Kings  - Shawn hingman 8 9 17  - Steve Car) 8 7 15  Creek  - Bryan McAlister 6 7 13  - Steve Marsh 9 1 10  - Pal Taylor 7 3 10  Walftfldd  - Turn Poullon 151530  - Rory Walker S 1823  Schedule of Games  Wednesday, January 3, 1990  at 7:30 pm, Wakefield vs.  Hawks; Thursday, January 4 at  7:30, Creek vs. Gilligans; Friday, January 5 at 7:30, Kings  vs. Gilligans; Saturday, January  6 at 7 pm, Hawks vs. Buccaneers; Saturday, January 6 at  9 pm, Wakefield vs. Creek. All  games held at Sechelt Arena.  To continue the high standard of auto  maintenance Suncoast customers have learned  to expect; and to meet the sophisticated needs  of newer vehicles;  SUNCOAST  MOTORS  is proud to  Welcome  Enzo is fully 'A' licensed and       ENZO NANCI  he is experienced in  electronic engine controls  and fuel injection  PHONE TODAY FOR FULLY QUALIFIED MECHANICAL SERVICE  OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK  SUNCOAST  MOTORS  L  T  D  1117 Sunshine Coast Hwy  Gibsons-near Pratt  886-8213  1  Ferry rates rise  Starting tomorrow, January  2, a ride on the BC Ferries is going to cost more.  On major routes, the regular  passenger fares are going up 25  cents; care fares, 50 cents; commercial vehicle fares, 15 cents a  foot; and bus fares will be raised 10 cents a foot.  The new fare for overheighl  vehicles will be $23, a 50 cent increase for a one-way trip, and  the cost for a car and driver on a  round trip lo the Sunshine  Coast will be $22.50, up from  $21.75.  There is good news for  children in this tariff, however,  added Rita Johnston, Minister  of Transportation and  Highways and minister responsible for BC Ferries, when she-  made the rale increase announcement last month, "for  the second year in a row, there  will be no increase in the regular  fare for children ages 5 to 11."  On the major routes it will remain at $2.25.  "It is essential lhat BC Ferries maintain a sound financial  base for the on-going and future  operation of the fleet,"  Johnston said.  LIMITED TIME OFFER!  *NOTE: Cash buyers pay  nothing until Apr. 1990 OR  we'll finance at 13%  with your 1st payment  not due until Apr. 1990  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 lor futher information  Sundays  Family 1.00-3:30  Public 3 30- 5:00  Mondays  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Ease-Me-ln  Noon Swim  Lessons  Swim Club  Swim Fit  6:30-8:30  9 00 -10:00  10:00-11:00  11:30-1:00  3:30-7:30  7:30-8:30  8:30-9:30  Parenl & Tol  Adpl Aquatics  Lessons  Public  Co-Ed Fitness  1:00-2:00  2:30-3:30  3:30-6:00  6:00-7:30  7:30-8:30  Tuesdays  Flt& Fifty 9:30-10:30  Seniors Swim 10:30-11:30  Adpt. Aquatics 2:30-3:30  Lessons 3:30-6:00  Public 6:00-7:30  Co-Ed Fitness 7:30-8:30  Wednesdays Same ss Monday  Thursdays  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Fit & Fifty  Seniors Swim  Noon Swim  Swim Club  Public  Teen  Fridays  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:00-10:30  10:30-11:30  11:30-1:00  3:30-5:30  5:30-7:00  7:30-9:00  Saturdays  Public 2:30-5:00  Public 7:00-8:30  Publication of this schedule  sponsored by  Super Valu  SELECT HOMES WANTED NOW!  to feature and display our Wivuvk  PVC ARCHITECTURAL SERIES SIDING  v* Siding that really looks like wood  * Almost twice the thickness of regular vinyl sidings  * Wide 8" seamless colonial corners  (up to 20 feet with no seams)  * Beautiful moldings and accessories you'll never see with conventional  vinyl siding  * Unique "Peach-smooth" finish  doesn't hold dirt like woodgrain  sidings.  * Will not fade over time like other  sidings  ��" Countless other features makes our  siding the only choice  ^ Deal directly with the Manufacturer  and $AVE (for limited time ONLY!)  CALL ALLEN WAYNE, V.P.  11-800-663-05551  International Exteriors (B.C.) Ltd.  6-11411 Blacksmith Place, Richmond, B.C.  SiT\iiin B.C. Since l%��> Coast News, January 1,1990  11.  The Emerson family of Roberts Creek had the right idea last week and got out of the coM wet Into ���  wanner one at Gibsons Swimming Pool. Peter and Ruth swam up a storm with their sons (left to  right) Blair, 5, Ian, 11 and Neal, 7. -Oeafittpkoio  Lauralee takes over  by Lauralee SuiM, MS-3510  ; Happy New Year. 1990,  would you believe it. Let's hope  it will be the beginning of peace  all over the world, a clean atmosphere and good health and  prosperity for everyone.  FIRST COLUMN  First of all I would like to  thank Jean Robinson for asking  me to take over her column. She  has been doing such an excellent  job. It will be a challenge to  carry on.  On behalf of everyone in  Davis Bay, thank you Jean.  However, you will still be hearing from her as she intends to  do an occasional nature column. Keep your eyes and ears  peeled and report anything of  interest you see to her at  885-2954.  KIRKLAND CENTRE  Good news from Sarah  Dusenbury. The centre finally  has a piano donated by the  White Rock Adult Day Care.  The clients are really enjoying  hearing it being played. Now  they would like to sell the antique organ they have. Any offers? Call 885-5144.  We Still  House  The Careful Movers  In a day when personal service seems UK. t chapter from history,  vou'll be pleased with Allied', genuine conc.rn. Call us. We'll  make . helpful house call...right away.  LEN WRITS TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, storage, local! long distance mowing. .  HWYldl.GIBSONS      WESST 886-2664  SS30  IBM PS2 C  Expanded Keyboard  Clock  Calendar  3'/?" Floppy  Drive  Samsung 12'  Monitor  ���atlas���  OFFICE SOLUTIONS LTD.  PHONE  885-4489  5511 Wharf St., Sechelt  FAX  885-4696  GENERAL  The Davis Bay/WDjon Creek  Community Association meet at  7:30 in the hall January 8. The  guest speaker will be Jacob  Knaus who will show pictures  and talk about Sri Lanka.  Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon is  an island situated 50 miles off  the southeast coast of India. It  is a beautiful island, chiefly  agricultural with a wide variety  of vegetation. About 72 per cent  of the population is Sinhalese  Buddhists with the largest  minority group, the Tamils.  Jacob lived in Sri Lanka for a  time. It should be interesting to  hear about the country and its  people.  STORY HOUR  There has been no requests  for story hour. It seems the  children who were attending  have outgrown 'his and have  moved on to kindergarten. If  you are new to the area and  wish to meet other mothers, get  in touch with the library. The  readers are great. It seems a  shame not to make use of them.  BRIDGE  Bridge at the hall takes place  on the second and fourth  Fridays of the month. They are  back to the usual starting time  of 1 pm.  POTLUCK DINNER  pie annual Potluck Dinner  ' and'Christmas tree burning will  be held at the hall on Sunday,  January 7 at 6 pm sharp.  Everyone is welcome. Bring  your friends and neighbours  and any visitors you still have.  Bring a casserole and/or  some goodies. The usual dessert  will be provided. If you have  any talent you would like to  share bring that along also.  NEWS A VIEWS  It's not hard to find out the  news in Davis Bay but I would  like to hear from you about  your views.  There is a lot happening in  Davis Bay. I couldn't believe it  when I drove up Bay Road.  There was a pile of new houses,  some still being built but others  lived in already. What would  you like to see done along the  waterfront? What don't you  want to see? Let's hear some of  your views.  For those who know me,  sometimes it seems like I am  never home. I am, but the best  time to call is early in the morning before 9 and between 9:30  and 10 pm.  As the deadline for this column is Thursday noon, I will  plan on being home Thursday  mornings. Hope to hear from  you,  SCRD  directors  get wage  raise  hyPe���yFafcr  In wrapping up business for  1989, the Sunshine Coast  Regional District Board voted  themselves a raise, giving first,  second and third reading to bylaw 331. The by-law provides  for an increase in the annual  remuneration to Board Chairman Peggy '"'"���m, atM ip-  proxirruudy $10,009 !��� ���num  to $20,000 per annum.  In the past, the vice-chairman  was paid the same rate m other  area directors but beginning this  year, that position, held by Cordon Wilson, will include the  responsibilities of chairing the  finance and personnel committees for which he will recieve a  flat rate of $15,000.  Other area directors will see  an increase from $6000 to $7000  per annum with an additional  $2000 being paid to each committee chair, but each director  will only be allowed to receive  that bonus for one appointment.  Municipal representatives will  receive $5000 a year, up 25 per  cent over last year's $4000 stipend.  In discussing the raises with  the Coast News, Chairman  Peggy Connor said there had  been much debate over the increases but these were held in-  camera.  The board also received the  new committee appointments  for 1990. Brett McGillivray will  chair the planning, animal control and the joint use committees, as well as the Provincial  Emergency Program.  Jim Gurney is once more  chairman of the Public Utilities  Committee, property management and the Sunshine Coast  Environmental Task Force.  Stan Dixon retains his chair  on the Parks Committee, and  Gordon Wilson will continue to  chair the Foreshore Advisory  Task Force in addition to his  duties as vice-chair.  1 Gibsons Alderman Gerry  Dixon will chair the Transporta-  ���jbj lion Committee.  Literary  Pilgrimage to  England  with Professor Jm de Bruyn  April 17 to May 2,1990  Join Sechelt resident Jan de Bruyn in a  literary sweep through England: London,  Canterbury, Stratford, Winchester, Lake  District, York, Cambridge and more.  Phone or write Joy Smith, 984-4907 for  brochure and registration.  CAPILAN0  COLLEGE     2055 Pureed Way ��� North Vancouver ��� British Coliraki*  |)j(*(f��>  CenUr  SbttiUwAA  ^ ^ ., ^  Oil ,U llll'W  SAVE 50%  Off Registration  in sum u) ( 1// roi)A)  /OK >\ IRll (ONM/IMIIO!  886-DIET  SCUBA SALE  UK 600 SAVE $20 ���59"  UK 1200 SAVE $30 '89"  UK600R SAVE $40 ��119"  PARKWAY BCD  SAVE $100..  WETSUIT SAVE  $120 '299-  + ALL KNIVES 20% OFF  4 ALL GOODY BAGS 15% OFF  Prime Diving Season  Is Now, Take  Advantage  of the Prices  SEASP0RT SCUBA Will Be  Closed January 26 for  Inventory. We Apologize  lor any Inconvenience MHw & Bm  8 AM���6 PM  7 DAYS/WK  1990 Will be YOUR Year  to Look and Feel Great  ^MJ\ YOGA STARTS  TZ^     JAN. 9  Offers a Variety of  Instructors & More Classes  to suit your schedule  WINTER AEROBICS SCHEDU  LE  M  T  w  T  F  s  10 AM  W  GY'  w  GY  W  11 AM  SF  SF  ��� W  5 PM  W  w  W  6 PM  W  WW  MW  WW  7 PM  DX2  DX1  W  DX2  8:15 PM  BT  BT  fife  ���bWJttJn  gavaJlaJ  hsj^MA  \  W ��� Workout ��� HI Energy Cardio & All Over Tone-Up  WW - Weight Workout ��� Moderate Cardio & Vi Hour  of Floor Work using Light Weights  Moderate Workout ��� Less Intense Cardio &  Vi Hour of Floorwork  Dance Exercise Introduction with Lo  Impact Moves & Basic Combinations  DX2 ��� Dance Exercise ��� Energetic Cardio to  Improve Co-ordination; includes Arms & Abs.  BT - Body Toner ��� Non Aerobic & Strength Stretch Class  SF - Senior Fit ��� Mild & Relaxing for young at heart  GY - Gentle Yoga ��� Basic Yoga for beginners.   MW  DX1  UJ  >  <  W  o5  Q.  3  o  SEASPORT SCUBA  ADVENTURE THRU EDUCATION  5567 Dolphin Sechelt  885-9830  .. tOamrottpm  10 mm to 8 pm  4 pm to 8 pm 12.  Coasl News, January 1,1990  Sunshine Coast  Services Directory  ��� APPLIANCE SERVICES*  {MUC HOWUAOM  Refrigeration &  Appliance Service  PRATT RD. 886-9959  SERVICE 6 REPAIR  Te Ml Major Appllancau  ,,4*11 Quality Reconditioned Major Appliances For Sale  **l GUARANTEED & DELIVERED  Will Buy N'CD  Non-Working Major Appliances  BJORN  885-7897  AUTOMOTIVE  ��� r AUTOMOTIVE'INDUSTRIAL 'MARINE   ^  j  PARTS & SUPPLIES i���s^���  ������   A101 SUPPLY LTD. I Sundays; in ��� 3  t I ,,���        1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons  SI �����" (across Irom Lett Wrjy'sl     886-8101 ,  ��� BUILDING CONTRACTORS*  Hans Ounpuu Construction  886-4680  Res. 886-7188  General Contractor  RESIDENTIAL, TOWNHOMES & CUSTOM HOMES  A DIVISION OF TWIN OAKS REALTY LTD. ,  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves,   o���edj  COQUITLAM TRUSS LTD.  Residential and Commercial Root Trusses  AGENT 886-9452  ,H D   K I604' 523 H970  ad Ftooinson    (604, m 0J9,  2990 CHRISTMAS WAY COOUITLAM BC V3C2M2 I  </-DAR&ATZ Glass & Door Ltd.-\  Bitolds ��� Screens ��� Garage Doors  Prehung Doors a Aluminum Windows  8745 Young Street S��� Chilliwack, B.C. V2P 4P3  Bill Allan - Sales Bus 792-0088  Res 853-4101 Fax 792-3475  We service the entire Sunshine Coasl"  CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT  m  AL VANCE  683-9046  SEA IV,   HORSE  //    CONSTRUCTION  COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL QUALITY FINISHING  D.R. CLAPP  &  ASSOCIATES  BUILDING & DESIGN  Post & Beam New Homes" Renovations  v^i:  886-381y  L-Q BUILDING  CONTRACTORS  Surveying, Foundations, Framing  Siding, Patios, Stairs  "Custom Building"  COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL  ���   I REE ESTIMATES   *  Wv Huiltl Ini Irom The Bottom Up!  Hire Quirlon 885-9203  CLEANING SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole s Cove  Commercial Containers Available  886-2938  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES*  ' TOP .LINE UONCRETlh  5l(k'W,ilks  Curbs, Rt'ltiinirif! W.ills  'We build 'em, We pour 'em"  Free Estimates 88S-9203  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Ltd.  t.^MOu��CINl��AtOISF��tCM_       i i���  ACCOUNTS    ���...  885-96661 [885.5333]  3 Batch Planti on th�� Sunihin* Coast  Olbfoni ��� Stchclt ��� Pander Harbour  ELECTRICAL CONTR.  Olson Electric  General Electrical Contractor  Fr.. EslimjIM Including B.C. Hydro Eltetrlc Plus  Residential - Commercial 885-1939  DENNIS OLSON Box 2271, Sechelt J  EXCAVATING  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  Box 734  Sechelt, B.C.  885-2447  886-3558  MT�� dig tht Sunafi/m Com*.  COAST BOBCAT SERVICI  Small In Size ��� Big In Production^  Pu��| Unlcs - Trfiuhinn  Spnadlng/Lcvelttno  URhi Huullnn .��<��������<l���,_  885-7051  SECHELT (((<<����<<<<Tw���%5^  JBB?  ^     Versatile Tractor Co .     ^  SMALL JOB SPECIALISTS  Landscape Rake ��� Backhoe - Loader  Rotottller ��� Plow  Ph. 886-9959 or 886-4859    Pratt Rd., Gibsons, BC  fFastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES  ��� clearing Steve Jones    886-8269  ICASE 5801  St25    WELL DRILLING LfpT^N  Now serving the Sunshine Coast  Submaraibla Pump Installation  Air Transportation Available iomy is mmutos  .' . Irom Quallcuml  .'Y,���..   R R 2, Oualrcum Beach, B.C. fen naca  ���-'"  VOR2T0 75Z-9300,  FINANCIAL SERVICES ���  ' A TAX PLANNING 6PP0r.TUr,ITY '  WHICH MAY RF OF BENEFIT TO VOU WILL CEASE AFTEfl DECEMBEfl 31   I9B9  EARLV CONSULTATION IS ADVISED  FRANK N.T LEVINE INC.  Accounting ��� Income Tax ��� Financial Planning  2611 West 16lh Avenue 1644 Grady Road  Vancouver. BC 737-2125 Langdale. BC 886-2269  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS  '   West Coast Drywall   >  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION  For Guaranteed Quality 4 Service Call  BRENT ROTTLUFF  866-9495  ' CENTURY ROCK "  &  W    COASTAL  //   . PAINTING AND DECORATING  II   I KEVIN ELIUK 886-2286  SITE 47 t COMP 12 ��� R.R. *2 ��� GIBSONS  ��� B.C. ��� VON 1V0  -Residential������ Commercial���.Industrial  PAINTING  30 Years Experience     Fully Equipped  Free Eslimales        .������i  M.B. Painting     ^i^ri  Marcel Bnaunovnr HHR fW2R    ���"TVI-J  \  Marcel Beaunoyer 886 8628   888-3321  RENOVATIONS WITH ^  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  'IMPROV7ER 8M^  lth  IULTMOON BAY,  R,  :N,  Raady Mix Concrata  .   Sand ��� Oraval  CONCRETE  SECHELT PLANT  865-7180  -O LTD.  SMWNC mi StINSHINI co��r I  GIBSONS PLANT I   68M174     J  Tracklm  ���tea in  j i s etwuatUti  ���Sinrl t km DrtwHl  ���Kama Ranevil  WHIM     BlbMtll  ���ato Ma Oi  rubber rlnl Hie  ���Italic rinm I  DraM FhtMt  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*  MARINE SERVICES  885-2848  (formerly Seaside Rentals)  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT  lor the Professional  and the Homeowner  5540 Inlet Ave., Sechelt  MARINE WAYS  BOAT MOVING  POWER WASHING  merCrui/er  Mercury Outboards  Volv0 AB HADDOCK MARINE ltd  . Garden Bay. BC  MARINE REPAIRS  ��� are J rws��  'ALLAN PAINTS-  �� DECORATES  FREE ESTIMATES SEVEN DAYS A WEEK  INTERIOR - EXTERIOR PAINTING  RESIDENTIAL   INDUSTRIAL ��� COMMERCIAL  Mar* 4. Machines  Otlice: 886-2728  &  mccaneer  Marina 6r Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove J85-7MS  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  VOLVO  PENTA  OMC  tvmnuott  ��� iM^SWlJSk'L  [OUTBOARDS  HEATING  WOOD HEAT  Metal Fireplaces  Wood Furnaces  Wood Stoves  Chimneys  Inserts  Liners  AC Building Supplies  Alt facets ol  wood heating  883-9551  ^   Cottrell's Marine Service^  *H  WRMi SERVICE TO Al t MAKES  ���      Ul      Specializing In Marc Outboard  r,7^^^^*^^,      t stun drive rebuilding  DIVER       "W1 Located al  BOAT ^f        Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  HAULING        SHOP68B-77H     RES. 665J640,  MISC SERVICES ���  PAUL'S CHIMNEY CLEANING  886-7116  Competitive Rates  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Welding Supplies  ��� Hydraulic Hose & Fillings  ��� Misc. Industrial Products  Gibsons 886-2480 ..    ���.    .������,������,  Port Mellon 884-5303     Van. Direct 689-73B7  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across from Kenmac)  ICG LIQUID GAS  e Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  Wt 8852360  *���     Hwy 101, across St.  Irom Big Mac's, Sechelt  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &  __ CHAIN8AW LTD  I 731 NORTH ROAD   686-2912 J  MARINE SERVICES  Headwater Marina (,986) M  WINTER SPECIAL RATI ON WAYS:  ray lot t Day 1 OET 2 DAYS FREE  Nov. 1. 1989- Jan 31. 1990  VIM HOUND M0OUGE: HI-PftEHUKE CLEANING  tan 71 Maoeiia Park. B C VON JHO   I6MW3.2406  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & Beams  Chris Nappar 886.3468  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  ^Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  (TIDELINE MARINE m\  MARINE  X  "Cobra   ���^BS",  l'l:NIA  ��� SUPPLIES  ��� SALES  ' SERVICE  ��� REPAIRS  v-  FULL UM. oi MAKINt HAKDWAHI A ACCESSQHILS  BiiAI MtiVLSi, t, rULL SHOP HCPA1KS .������_  PJiESSUKE WASHING - WKKSIDt StHVK.1 P^  TIDELINE IOCCINC A MARINE LTD. ooe    >.  ..  F^,  Ihirhn Bouh-5637 Whirl Rd., Srtht-lt 000-4 14 1 [�����  Bt'��id��> Th* legion KVANCOUVMCAli ����.��.  Authorized Dealer Certified Mechanical Service���>>���  MINI  STORAGE  885-2081  V^l OOD-r03S�� | \Jy    j  C'onuersion   Windows,   Class,  Auto  &  Marine G/oss, Aluminum Windows]  & Screens    ���      .���. ��� ���      ��� .    Mirrors  . Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  * Salt Water licencesJ^t...  Motel & Campsites  * Water Taxi W^  Marine Repairs * Ice and Tackle    683-2266  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  ��� CABINETS ���  B86-9411  ���Showroom Karri's Plaza.Hwy 101  Opt-n Tutsday lo Saturday 10-4 pm j  p bc ferries Schedule  Elleclivl lo Tuildtv  October 10  1919 inclutivi ^***r   ^kWWW   M ^taW ^W Vi ��� ^aw  VANCOUVER   SECHELT PENINSULA  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE   SALTERY BA.Y  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am      3:30 pm M  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 M'       4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  10:101  M dtnolei Mivinck Bui  M' dinom no Mivinck Bui an StintJiyi  l hm uilingi uhidulid ONLY on  Sundiyi ind Holidiy Mindiyi Iran  Sunday juni IS to Siplimon 4. plut Mindly. Oelebir 9  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  5:30  7:25 M  9:15  11:001c  Lv. Earls Cove  2:30 ##  6:40 am 4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  130 ##  5:45 M  7:35  9:25 M  11:30  3:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:30  H Eiln mlinyi ichtduMd ONLY on  Juni 23 ID Slplimbir 5 ind OcloMr 6 7 1 Ind 9  ���Notf Inaia will bt no  Firsl Ferry" fyn on  Salurdavs Sundays A Holidays  Ivii Park a Rill North Rd t Sunt Cowir PI A Fnnklin. iowli Bus Stop)  Artlvi  Gibsons Bus Schedule  Effective March I. 1989  llll Manna Franklin Finhall Park a Raid Rd  Depart  Mill 5:45  7:45  9:45  11:45  Langdlli 6:10  FarryTar. 8:10  10:10  12:10  Depart  Lower     6:15  Bus Stop 8:15  10:15  12:15  Arrive  Mill       6:30  8:30  10:30  12:30  Sll Bui Orivlr lor Lmgdlll Hlighll linnitbiHk Hliohll  Woodemk Pirk Schidulll  FARES Adults Seniors Children (6-12) Comm. Tickets  Out ol Town   $1.50    $1.00 75       St 25/rldi  In Town .75       .75 75       "'"I  These transportation schedules sponsored by  SiuuMwwt dwwwm  Insuruncc,  CtutopaVI  Nntary  Fomtrli tiMraaat arjineln a Olbioni rraral  Bad Citptt Service From Friendly Prolaitlonala In Sunnycrest Mall, Gfbaont.  ITP  INDEMNOf NT TRAVIL  ���KIFIttlONALI  886-2000  )a^amam  ��� ���a-fcr'V,V-'-��> "-."-'"' !'{������&*%   L.^,^1.   "*'���1 ^ 'tiS-   t.-p-f~ afJajt-aiL^a. >p-.h<A.  mmm Coast News, January 1,1990  13.  New Fare Day  TUESDAY, JANUARY 2,1990  When you travel with BC Ferries, you'll be  paying a new tare on all routes.  On major routes between the Mainland and  Vancouver Island, the new fare for car and driver  will be $22.50. Adult passenger fares are $5.00.  The Sunshine Coast and Comox-Powell River  routes will also have these new fares.  There are fare changes on Northern and  Southern Gulf Island routes, as well.  BC Ferries' 1990 fare brochure, listing all the  fares for the 24 routes, will be available soon at  BC Ferries' offices, on board vessels, and at major  Information Centres.  0 BC FERRIES  Your Friendship Fleet  Hope yottri HoCutaip  wm Happy 0ml  We look forward to serving  you again 8:30 am, Tuesday, Jan. 2/90  Skylights  Storm Windows  ��� wooden or ,  aluminum frames        \(  ��� insulated glass  > free estimates  Mirrors  - custom work for  home or business  Windshields  Come to the most complete glass  shop on the peninsula  w  Hwy. 101 & Pratt Rd.. Gibsons 886-7359  SHOP LOCALLY���  Sunshine Coast  Services  Directory  Hiilfmoon B.iy Hiipponinys  A Guid New Year  by Rulh Forrester, 885-2418  This is the lime of year when  there is only one way in which  to start off this column. And  that is, lo wish a Guid New  Year tae one and all, and mony  may ye see...translation is not  necessary since it is toned down  from the original and can  hopefully be understood by  everyone.  May you all have a healthy  and happy year as ihis new  decade begins.  This is the first Christmas  thai 1 have missed the Half-  moon Bay School Christmas  concert as we were away for  thai week. Sorry lo have missed  what was probably a delightful  evening.  We spent Ihe week with family in the San Jose area and  heard some quite hair-raising  stories about earthquake experiences as well as viewing  some of the damage incurred.  Bui among all the dreadful  tales there was one which really  didn't have anything lo do with  earthquakes but which turned  out to be a good one.  This friend owns a big golden  retriever, a gentle well behaved  dog. Their next door neighbour  with whom the family are very  friendly, had a pel while rabbit.  One day Ihe dog came home  with the rabbit in ils mouth, not  blood stained, but dead.  They didn't want to tell the  neighbour lhat their dog had  killed this special rabbit so ihey  cleaned il all up and in the evening slipped over to the house  and placed Ihe rabbil in ils  hutch.  Next morning the rabbil  owner appeared at Ihe neighbour's door, a stiff drink in  hand and trembling sightly.  "Something very wierd has happened. A couple of days ago the  rabbit died and I buried it in the  yard," says he. Needless to say,  ihe dog owner did nol confess  ihe irue story and the rabbit  owner is still mystified.  As ihe saying goes - 'only in  California'.  AT THE HAIL  Welcome Beach Community  Hall has been a busy spot  throughout the Christmas and  New Year period. A noon time  Christmas dinner was served to  some 30 people during which  the Sunshine Choristers gave a  selection of enrols and  Christmas songs. Santa presented everyone with a little gift  and a most enjoyable afternoon  was had by all.  Special thanks are due to ihe  MISC SERVICES ���  r For successful  BUSINESS MEETINGS  Ltirftt* or Small  CEDARS INN  895 Hwy. (01, Gibsons  Fax 886-3046    886-3008  J  ���3"V,t  /COMPLETE LANDSCAPE SERVICE        6 7 I 8 GOLDEN^  D";��lli','0 HED8IN0EVER0HEEMS  BARK MULCH c.7(t  iSvdi MiiaiMinstcMii ����'�� coasrs taaofsr Nuascarl  MURRAY'S NURSERY **%%?*  LoLdlPif 1 milt noith of Mivv 101 on Mason Mil      665*2974  ��� MISC SERVICES  ->inj(HiMm sitting  I VANCOUVER. M'.  IM'S  FUEL INIECTION SERVICE  iS )'i\ir> Ol Ex/rHTK'm v Af Ylt-Ut Si'mi t'  The fuel injection system is (he heart of Ihe diesel  engine, have your fuel injection equipment serviced  for maximum enfline performance  By JIM BANKS  Ih'iirmhhlf Svt  \l \ ft-aiMniaiMr I'm,  324-1715  JACOBSEN FEEDS  6452 Norwest Bay Road  888-9369 Vour Authorized Dealer  We carry a complete line ol  BfflllwWrWBBHI  Animal Feeds & Supplies     mtnmmmiimksm  ^  llw growing people J  ( FREDERICK G0ERT2 LTD.^  Complete Binocular Repairs  Repair Facilities  From Experienced Technicians  For any inquiries lor old i new binoculars  Phone 684-5377 (Van)  ���Commercial & Residential*  *Carpet & Resilient Flooring*  * **S��* * * * * * Phone ********  <tf*\      886-8868 or  ��*-w����q\ see our salesperson at  c#&2>* SECHELT PURNITURELAND  SHOWROOM SATURDAYS  THE FLOOR STORE ��T VOUR DOOR J  Need this space?  C.ill the; COAST  NEWS  .it 886 76?? in 8R!) 3930  Branka's Store Design  Window Display ��� Merchandising ���  Decorating ��� Store Design ���  21 years ixpirlince 886-2063  flirt  Word Procmint  Paper  Computer Dhk Mora*  [OH HI)) m CoiVtpOMlOA  fflill  WiUJnt Ii Copies  883-9911  AMwtftitg service  JON JAREMA "���  DESIGN CONSULTANT  PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS  CUSTOM HOME DESIGN  RENOVATIONS OR ADDITIONS ��� REVISION OF EXISTING PLANS  DRAWINGS AND RENDERINGS  CALL 886-1930 11) DISCUSS YOUR HOME ENVIRONMENT   j  couple who make this event  possible. Bill and Marg Vorley.  This good pair cooked the  whole dinner for this event as  well as arranged for entertainment. Bill even donned the red  coat and white beard.  On the following evening the  ladies of Welcome Beach Community Association cooked and  served a wonderful turkey dinner lo some 60 people. John  Slater kindly played Christmas  carols which were sung lustily  by all. Dancing followed lo the  music of the big bands.  Thanks to all who worked so  hard.  Although things are a bit  more quiel at ihe hall, activities  are due lo start up again. On  Friday January 5 all those who  enjoy a game of bridge will be  made welcome starling at I pm.  POST OFFICE  The latest news on the Half-  moon Bay Post Office situation  is lhal Uli Lucas, who is  presently acting postmistress  has received a letter from the  head office confitming her last  day will be January 10.  An extension of time has  been requested for further  discussion by the local people  and if this extension is granted  there will be a public meeting  some time in mid-January, date  to be announced.  Priest  mourned  Many long-lime residents of  the Sunshine Coasl will be saddened lo learn of the death in  Vancouver on December 22 of  Father Fred McWade.  Father McWade served as a  missionary priest here in Sechelt  from 1957 to 1961. He then  moved to Ottawa where he had  been ordained in June of 1957.  Later he returned to BC to serve  as a Pastor in Hope.  He retired in 1981 due to failing health. Father McWade is  buried in the Oblate Cemetery  in Mission, BC. He was 64 years  old.  CORRECTION  The correct residential  phone number for  Ruth Moore is  885-2432  CENTURY WEST  REALTY LTD.  5549 Wharf Road, Sechell  Office: 885-2235  YOU DID IT  PyGHT  STARTING JANUARY 6TH  Kirkland Centre, Sechelt  483-3347 collect or 885-5299  "Driver Improvement Program  for Licensed Drivers."  Senior's Drivers Cou,rse  Standard Lessons Available  Parents of a YD graduate write:  As our son reached the top of a blind hill there  was a car stopped about 3 car lengths ahead.  Thanks to your "Brake and Avoidance" teaching,  our teenage son avoided an accident that could  have resulted in serious injury to a mother and  young child. When he needed to know what to do  in a split second, he had the knowledge because  of you. Keep up the good work, and God bless  you.  Sincerely,  Rev. and Mrs. Luke Pare  ,x  /^S. Young Drivers  M 1 of Canada  483-3347 Collect  Call today 'or course information  885-7798  Between 7 and 9 pm  NOTICE OF  FOUNDING MEETING  FOR THE  SOCIAL CREDIT  CONSTITUENCY  ASSOCIATION OF  POWELL RIVER -  SUNSHINE COAST  1:30 PM  Sunday, January 14th, 1990  MADEIRA PARK LEGION HALL  PENDER HARBOUR, BC  (Registration begins  at 12:30 pm)  NOTE: Persons attending the meeting must  be members in good standing of the  BC SOCIAL CREDIT PARTY to vote.  For additional information cali:  Dan Devita  - 485-2741  Powell River, BC  -485-2811  ^^^^^^^1     Powell River, BC  Lorraine Goddard ��� 886-7172  Gibsons, BC  Beverly Long 14.  Coast News, January 1,1990  /  P  The Sunshine Coast  &        Ballet School  ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING METHOD  St. Mary's Church Hall Greene Court Hall  Gibsons Sechelt  The gifts of grace, elegance & poise  are the rewards of every dedicated  classical ballet dancer  Nicola Stewart  Director  Winter Term Begins January 9, 1990  Professional Classes ��� Personal Attention  Examinations ��� Performance Work  Pointe Work  Qualified, internationally trained staff  Limited class numbers  (lease cull Mr. & Mrs. Cleaver, Coast coordinators  885-7202  Guess Where  flnu way uou Slke it  the Classifieds bring results  *      ��       4      9      ��       t  The usual prize or $5 will be awarded the first correct entry drawn  which locales the above. Send your entries to reach the Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday of this week. Last week's  winner was Christopher Lee or Gibsons who correctly identified  the cross lit up on SI. Bartholomew's Anglican Church in Gibsons. Last week's winners of the Bonus Guess Where were Margo,  Niki, and Amy Hursche of Madeira Park who correctly identified  Ihe sign at Ruby Lake Resort in Pender Harbour.  Police news  Since December 18, the Gibsons RCMP have conducted  Counter Attack road checks  and during this period, two im-  Sunshine Ridge  765 School Road, Gibsons  Spacious mult-level townhouses  Priced from s82,900 to '92,900  PHASE 1   60% Sold  PHASE 11 Now Selling  Open 1 ��� 4 Weekends.  Twin Oaks Village  824 North Road, Gibsons  Adult oriented Single Level Townhouses  Priced from s74,900 to s84,900  PHASE 1& 11 Sold Out  5 Left PHASE 111 & 1V Now Selling  Marketed by  Lisa Keller  MONTREAL TRUST  886-4680  278-8181  paired driving charges were laid.  Four roadside suspensions were  also issued.  On December 18 in the late  morning a truck driven by the  new owner/operator of  Turenne Concrete Pumping  stalled on the sleep slope of  Abbs Road near Winn Road at  the site of a new driveway pour  for a house under construction.  With no brakes operable the  truck began to move back down  the hill. The driver cranked  hard on the steering wheel to set  the truck on a course towards  the roadside, and jumped clear.  He sustained a sprained ankle  and wrist.  The truck ended on ils side in  a planting of azaleas, part of the  gardens of a residence on Abbs  Road. No other vehicles or  pedestrians were on this stretch  of well used street at the time.  A police spokesman said the  incident is considered accidental  and no charges have been laid.  SECHELT RCMP  The Sechelt detachment of  the RCMP are pleased to report  lhat it has been a quiet week in  the Sechelt area. They also appreciate Ihe co-operation which  ihe public has given towards  helping keep the holiday season  a safe one.  BFGoodrich  WINTER TRACTION SPECIAL*  TRAILMAKER  STEEL BELTED RADIAL TIRE  Features aggressive, open tread and special XTP compound for  excellent traction under winter driving conditions. Molded to  accept studs where legal.  ff^  tOE   /.:  suoa.  (UTAH.  SALE  P155/80R13  P165/80R13  P175/80R13  P185/80R13  $94.00  108.10  116.70  121.40  $65.80  75.67  81.46  84.98  P175/75R14  P185/75R14  P205/70R14  P195/75R14  P205/75R14  P215/75R14  P225/75R14  121.00  125.40  154.00  130.00  136.80  157.50  166.60  84.70  87.78  107.80  91.00  95.76  110.25  116.69  P205/75R15  P215/75R15  P225/75R15  P235/75R15  145.20  151.40  157.80  166.70  101.64  105.98  110.46  116.69  ALL SEASON TIRES  MS IV  Designed for year-round use. Polyester cord body/  steel belted construction and low rolling resistance  compound make it a real fuel saver. Value, convenience and great mileage at an economical price.  LIGHT TRUCK SPECIALS  TRACTION ALL SEASON  SIZE  SALE  235/75R156PLY  $115.00  750/R168PLY  125.00  245/75R168PLY  129.00  235/85R168PLY  145.00  875/R16.58PLY  140.00  950/R16.58PLY  155.00  ���III  SALE  215/75R156PLY  235/85R1610PLY  875/R16.58PLY  950/R16.5BPLY  $116.00  144.00  148.19  164.60  UNIROYAL  SNOW PLOW TIRE  ���WHILE STOCKS LAST  sat  SALE  155/80R13  $56.75  185/75R14  72.25  195/75R14  79.95  205/75R14  82.95  215/75R15  63.95  225/75R15  64.95  235/75R15  ���1.96  SIZE  SALE  P155/80R13  P165/80R13  P175/80R13  P185/80R13  P185/75R14  P195/75R14  P205/75R14  P215/75R14  P205/75R15  P215/75R15  P225/75R15  P235/75R15  $56.44  62.09  64.19  66.48  71.02  73.50  77.32  82.95  80.36  83.58  89.11  93.52  YES ��� WE STOCK  TIRE CHAINS  BRAKES'ALIGNMENTS  TIRE STUDDING  Children ol Alcoholics meeting Monday nights. 7:30 pm at St. Mary's Church  Hall. Gibsons ��� Call Anna 885-5281.  Section Marsh Society meeting Fri., Jan. 5 at 7:30 pm in the Arts Centre. Guest  speaker John Toochin 'A night ot owls' with owling after.  Sunshine Coast Puce Commlltee meeting Mon., Jan. 8 at 7:30 pm at Roberts Creek  School library, talk by Teoni and Keith, slides to music. Everyone welcome.  Sunshine Coast Fester Parents Assoc, meeting Jan. 11 at 7 pm in the Social Services  building. 1169 Teredo St. All foster parents and those interested in tostering are invited to attend.  Catholic Women's League monthly meeting Tues., Jan. 9 at 7:30 pm in the Holy  Family Parish Hall, Sechelt.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  LIVING FAITH  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whittaker Road & Coast Highway  dormer St. John's Uniled Church)  Davis Bay  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Pastor  Sunday Church School      9:30 am  (in home at 4862 Coast Highway)  For information call B85-5792  Sunday Worship 11:00 am  For Information 885-2374 or  885-9219  Everyone Warmly Welcomed!   -Jan**  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  GIBSONS  Cilasslord Road 11:15 am  Sunday School 11:15 am  ST. PUN'S  Davis Bay 9: 111 am  Sunday School 9:30 am  Re\. Stan Sears  Church Telephone       886-2311   mmm  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday  Bible Study 7:30 in homes  |. Cameron Fraser, Pastor  885-7488 Office 885-9707   mmm   ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Cdlumba of lona Parish  8B35 Redrooffs Rd., Halfmoon Bay  The Rev. t.S. Cale: 1-525-6760  Information: B85-708B  "Prayer lunik Anglican"  mmm-  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  telephone: 886-2611  Sunday School 9:30 am  Worship Ser\ let* 11 :(HI am  Hour ol Inspiralion 7:00pm  Cal Mi her. Pastor  Arlys Peters, Musu Minister  ''The Bible its il Is...  for People as they .in1."   mmm  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Cower Point Road  Pastor Monly McLean  8867049  NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP \jj  New Testament Church  5511 Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Sun. Worship Service       10:10 am  Wed. Hilile Study 7:10 pm  Morning Prayer 6:10-7:45 am  Tues.-Sal.  New tile Christian Academy  Enroling Kindergarten - Grade 12  Pastor Ivan tox  Principal, David Cliff  Phone 885-4775 or 885-2672   ��.��tl   ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  Si. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish of  St. Aidan & St. Bartholomew  _w.��.��_  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Sunday School-all ages    9:45 am  Prayer S, Bible Study  Wednesday 7:30 pm  883-2374 ��, 883-9441  Pastor Mike Ktassen  Affiliated wilh the Pentecosial  Assemblies ol Canada  -mmm-  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Si In ml Rd., opposite RCMP  Sund.iv St liool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11 (HI am  Evening Fellowship 7:00pm  Phone: Chunh Office 886-71(17  Pasior Dan Mac Aulay 886-7107  Youth Pasior |. Morris: 886-1499  Affiliated with Ihe  Penlecnst.il Assemblies of Canada  ���*.��.*-  #      THE  JL  ANGLICAN CHURCH  LA   OF CANADA  St. Hilda's ��� Sechelt  Sunday Services 8 & 9:30 am  Nursery & Sunday School 9:30 am  St. Andrew's - Pender Harbour  Regular Sunday Worships 11:30 am  885-5019 Rev. lune Maffin  "We extend a Warm Welcome  to all"  500 pm, St. Mary's. Gibsons  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday Sunday  9:00 am, Indian District  10:00 am. Holy Family, Sechelt  12:00 noon, St. Mary's, Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 4:00-4:30 pm Holy Family, Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5:00 pm St. Mary's, Gibsons  885-9526  ���  .T^4A,-M ���J*-->* i-  l.-JK.'Qr-'^'tj-.'c^-^   j.  ^y- .-...j....-, *������.-?-3V.K.  ^^^^jyyy^^  / I  tMammmmt^^mmtlmmmttammmim Coast News, January 1,1990  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^*  Homes  8.  Property  &.  Property  Drop  off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  ���IN PENDER HARBOUR-  The Coast News  (Madeira Park Shopping Centre) 883-9099  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  ���IN HALFM00N BAY���  B & J Store 885-9435   IN SECHELT   The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930   IN DAVIS BAY   Peninsula Market 8859721  -IN WILSON CREEK-  Wllson Creek Campground 8855937  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 885-3400   IN GIBSONS   The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  3 PM AT COAST NEWS OFFICES  SECHELT & GIBSONS  ���Two 50X100' adjoining lots on  ���Keats Island close to water, level,  ���well treed, water 8 power avail.  1985-5449 or 980-7651 for further  ���into. #1s  If.3 Acres. 5 Lots subdividable.  I Great Potential. View Lots. Gun  Club Rd. 885-3630. #50s  Beautiful large view lot in Lower  Gibsons. 145,000. 885-9778.  lis  3 bdrm modern home, view,  Gower. large lot. mint. $140,000.  885-9397 #2sr  Teluy  Home on small acreage. Rbts.  Ck. area, $80-1120.000.  591-1953 lis  Pender Harbour, 2 bdrm. mobile  on private lol, $40,000.  276-2338. #49s  View lol 5 acres Rbts. Ck. Services avail. Phone 885-3469,  885-7610. #4sr  12 yr. old bouse, very well built  frame on approx. Vj acre. Lge.  greenhouse, nice view, bluff  area. 2 fireplaces, 3 bathrooms.  Asking $153,000. 886-8641. #1  Luxury Sechelt Marsh Townhouse. End unit #9 with marsh/ocean view, 1200 + sq. It., 3  storey unique architecture,  skylights, enclosed garage, stone  paved patio and private entrance,  teak foyer, 2 baths, 2 private  decks, large master bedroom/-  study with glass-roofed Jacuzzi  on adjoining patio, 3rd storey  guest room with Inlet view, solid  oak cabinetry throughout, utility,  storage, open stairwells with furniture landings, 6 appliances plus  central vacuum, large dining bay  window, fireplace, vaulted cedar  celling, design verticils and padded valances, beige and off-white  decor, 5 minute walk to village  centre, adults, council, gardener,  $75/mo. malm. $145,000.  885-2126 message. #1  Lot I00'xl73' cleared, level,  8086 Dogwood Drive, Welcome  Woods. $24,900. No Agents.  863-2433. #2ss  Davis Bay view lot 66x165'  cleared, serviced, $36,000.  885-2959.  #2ss  Brand new charming and sturdy  800 sq. It. waterfront cottage,  post and beam, skylights, shake  root, loft, musl be barged Irom  beach site. Must sell! 885-7384.  #2  NOTHING IN PRESTIGIOUS  LANGDALE HEIGHTSI  Except this young, large beautiful  view home. $120's ��� be first.  432-9581. #2  Near new 3 bdrm. rancher c/w  life baths, w/w carpet, laundry  area, carport 8 easy care yard.  Located In bay area, Gibsons, 'A  block Irom beach. Exc. value at  $89,900. Call 886-8356.     #5ss  Ilassifled Ad Rate  ns^1  The LOWEST  M\>t  $400  (minimum) for 10 words  25    ,or eacn "'ditional word  ���irths, lost 8 found FKEt  Pay (or 2 weeks, Get the 3rd week FREE  When paid by CASH, CHEQUE  or KtONlY ORDM  "Slllte SdTcLASSIFIEpS  They run until your item is sold!  " 15      for up to 10 words 'l" per additional word  Your ad, featuring one Hem only, will run for four consecutive  weeks and will then be cancelled unlets you instruct us to renew It  for another four, by Saturday, 3 pm.  NO CHARGE FOR RENEWAL for as long ai you want!  (Nol available lo comrrwruil advfriiwn)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be PRE-PAID before insertion.  For your convenience, use your MASTERCARD or VISA!  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  . .      At "Friendly People Places"  and at COAST NEWS Office  Pender Harbour  FRIDAY 4:30 PM  At COAST NEWS Offices,   _T  Sechelt & Gibsons    Saturday, 3 PM  COAST NEWS Classifieds  The LOWEST Price)  The HIGHEST Circulation! FAX: (M-772S  The FIRST on the street!  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-3930 Crulce Lane. Gibsons 886-1611  Madeira Park Shopping Center. Pender Harbour B8S 9699  ANDERSON REALTY  The Sunshine Coal!  Spaclallata tor  ��� Recreation  ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FHBE CATALOGUE  Teredo Square. Sechell  886-3211  Van. Toll Urn 684 8016  Two bdrm. 14x70 mobile home  on 69x150 lot, in exc. cord., sun  porch, carport, fridge 8 stove like  new, built-in china cabinet. Asking $69,900. Agents welcome.  886-2112leavemess. #1  For Sale By Owner  Remodelled 1050 sq. ft. rancher,  new  carport,  sundeck. 2-3  bdrm., close to marina, 259  Glasslord   Rd.,   Gibsons. No  agents please.. $83,000. Call  collect eves. 925-2216. #3  WANTED:  2 to 3 bdrm. house Sechelt area  under 10 yrs. No agents, please.  685-3535. #2  Jessica Brock announces with  pleasure the birth ol her brother  Michael Louchlan, born  December 16, 1989 weighing 7  lbs. 7 ozs. Proud parents are  Byron & Joanne and Grandparents are Locki 8 Cindy Brock,  Betty Clarke & Mike Fltzpatrick  and Great Grandparents are Phil  & Adeline Clarke and Nan Fltzpatrick and Uncle Lonl & Lori and  cousin Melissa. Special thanks to  Dr. Myhll-Jones and stall at St.  Maiy's and Tracy Pearson and  Darlene Duncan. #1  IT'S A GIRL  Jim, Georgia and big sister  Klmberley Banger are very pleased to announce the birth of Lindsay Jacqueline Velma on  November 21, 1989 weighing 9  lbs. 3 ozs. Proud grandparents  are Ed 8 Iris Banger ot Nelson  and Ed & Velma Rhodes ol Gibsons. Proud Grandmothers are  Evelyn Keep of Winnipeg and,  Ruby Rhodes ol Gibsons. A  special thank you goes to Dr. Jim  Petzold and the nursing staff at  St. Maiy's Hospital. iff  Obituaries  MACKAY: Passed away  December 18, 1989. John  Mackay late ol Madeira Park, age  69 years. Survived by his loving  wile Margery: 1 son Ian & wife  Nancy of Madeira Park: 3  daughters Katharine 8 husband  Dave Wilford ol Smithers,  Margery & husband Phil Bernard  01 Prince Rupert.and Sharon  Mackay of kelowna; 5 grandchildren Heather, David, Anna,  Jeffrey, and Paul; 1 brother  Robert Mackay ol Madeira Park;  2 sisters Annie McNaughton ol  Madeira Park and Jean Maw ol  Langiey. Funeral Service was  held Saturday, December 23.  1969 in St. Andrew's Anglican  Church In Madeira Park.  Reverend June Malfln officiated.  Cremation followed. Devlin  Funeral Home Directors.       #1  GIBSON: Passed away suddenly  on December 24, 1989 Mitchell  Daniel Gibson, late ol Sechelt, aged 37 years. Survived by his loving wile Heather: daughter Rhonda; three brothers Jack, Daryl  and David. Private cremation arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. #1  NIMS: Sandra Nlms (nee Arthur)  pissed away December 28 in  Pentlcton. Born 1941, Liverpool,  Nova Scotia, grew up In Gibsons.  Beloved elder daughter ol Leon  and Gwen Arthur. Also iell lo  mourn are her brother Gordon Arthur and Shannon Richardson ot  Gibsons; daughter Tammy  Salgeon ol Gibsons; Amber  Wolansky ot Vancouver; Dara  Nims of Pentlcton; grandchildren  Amanda 8 Colby Salgeon of Gibsons. Cremation. Remembrance  Service it St. Bartholomew's.  Time undetermined as yet     #1  In Metnoriam  Dennis Donaldson, January 2,  1969. Not a day goes by without  us thinking of you  WUh loving mehiotlei, Peter,  Christine. Tmya end Kimberry.  #1  Personal  Are you In an unhappy relationship? Call the Transition House  lor free confidential counselling.  885-2(44. TFN  Do you need some Information to  deal with your legal problem? Call  the Legal Information Service  ���15-5111; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Call Eleanor Mae 885-9018  Announcements  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  685-2896. 886-7272, 886-2954.  TFN  If someone In your family has a  drinking problem you can see  what It's doing to them. Can you  see what It's doing to you? Al-  Anon can help. Phone 866-9903  or 885-7484.  Attention Toons  Al-Ateen   Can   Help.   Phone  886-2565. TFN  Musicians Wanted  By Sunnycrest Mall lor Saturday  afternoon Musical Jam Sessions.  To book date & time call Slave  McCailhy 8S6-889S. TFN  Angora Craft presents: handspun  100S Angora chUdren't 'kith/'  bonnets, $25. To order call LeiHe  11885-7083. #1  CmJco wis (Jmpileo 6y  LW Craftspeople  w On(\| *$& -m,  Available at  Book & Gift stores  Winner ol Ladies' Auxiliary to  R.C. Legion No. 109 Grocery  Hamper on Dec. 16 was Doug Anthony, rft  New Veer's Resolution  Have a physic reading to lead you  on your way. Kalawna 886-8383.  #3  Young male blk. Spaniel X  answers to Tommy, Gibsons  area. 886-8432 or 886-7313.  #1  A very sad 4 yr. old would like to  know il anyone lound his brand  new skates left at the Ice arena on  Dec. 26 al HSPP Skate. Bauer's  size 12/13, black 8 grey, plastic  mold. 886-2227. #f  Set ol keys on Wardair key chain.  886-6575. #  Young bob-tailed male kitten.  light red. Greenecourt area.  Sechelt. 885-1955. #1  Address book on Gibsons Bus,  pick up at Coast News. #1  8. livestock  Bb MIAOUS  Bailc & Advanced  Dog Training  * Bright clean dog  & cat boarding  �� Dog grooming  "SCIENCE DIET  NUTRITION CENTRE  Open 8 am ��� 6:30 pm  evetyday     8M-8S88  8.  livestock  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNI-CAL. NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also full line of bird seed  And much more.  duality Farm 8 Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  ^   KENNELS  Highvv.iv 101.  Roberts l ut.  885-9840  Umtm ft trumhn  No dnrrnils will In- drceplwl MUhriut  CUIIvnl ,4(1 ir .ilmn ,,.,i���i|.  Music Lessons You Enjoy  $U4U WlllWM  NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL  MUSIC TEACHER  CLASSIC a JAZZ  PIANOFORT - ELECTRIC ORGAN  AUTHORIZED KELLY KIRIY TEACHER  AGE 3 AND OLOER  ROYAL TERRACES SUITE 301  SECHELT. B.C. VON 3A0  885-7465  Centennial Singers need bass  and tenor singers and accompanist. Sight reading an asset.  885-2608 or 886-2513. #2  Trumpet lessons in your own  home. Karen 886-8383.        #3  Guitar lessons available.  886-8895. #3  Wish to buy book store. Mr.  Williams. 929-4462. #1  Frozen blackberries, raspberries,  strawberries, will pay $1 a lb.  886-7424. #1  Baby hlghchair, small freezer,  885-7111 eves. #1  Flaldeck to fit * ton truck. Phone  885-2373 with particulars.     #1  Two rugs, approx. 8'x14' ea.,  gd. cond., reas. price, prefer  dark green. 885-5937. ff  Boys leather skates, size 1 or 1 'A  med. 886-2961 eves. #3  Butt rigging and bush blocks lor  10-10 Lawrence, also dragline  bucket lor same. 883-9671 or  863-1180. #3  Colecovision with 20 video  games, exc. cond., $150 0B0.  886-2821 #1  Two bicycles - girl's Norco BMX,  $75; boy's Norco 10 spd.. $75;  air cond. unit. $200.886-9020 or  886-3280. #1  Valley Comfort airtight stove,  takes 2' logs, circulating fan.  886-7046. #3ss  Kenmore heavy duty washer,  $150,886-2137. *2  Apt. size pink GE range, $80.  886-7108 #2  26" Panasonic consol reconditioned, guaranteed. $150.  886-3318 #2  Couch & chair, autumn colours,  strong bul grubby. $75.  985-5007 #2  Genuine Mink coat, size 14/16.  oeautiful cond., $1000 Beautilul  large coloured painting of tug  boat races. 886-7031. #3  Two bed frames with maple loot 8  head boards, 39" & 54" wide.  $20; also 1 rollaway cot, $40.  885-5366. #1  Exc. cond. color TV with 1989  converter.  $380 080:   2-30"  wide futons, offers 886-9596.  #3  Like new used carpet, plush blue  or brown, 9'x12'; single cot,  single bed. 886-7806. #1  Twin bed mattress 8 box spring.  $40. Mirror. $75 886-2110,  #3  Professional ft  Confidential  Correspondence,  Reports,  Contracts, etc.  slltie JPaper JtUll  883-9911  Singer electronic sewing  machine. 886-3954. #4sr  SAND $40  6 yd. id. del'd, Pender Harbour  area. 883-9907, 883-2787 Lyle  Forbes. 13  Sealy Posturepedic single mattress, like new, $399 0B0;  Hydraulic tubmate, just been serviced (for disabled person), $250  0B0.885-2789. #51s  Friendly black lab/terrier, 7 mos.  old, neutered. All shots.  886-2922. #3  Large Coleman space heater, Dat-  sun and Toyota  pals,  alt.,  starters, fenders, etc. 883-9671.  #1  All week until Jan. 5. moving:  good odds 8 ends, furniture, oak  & glass table 8 chairs, tools,  dishes, etc. 798 Park Rd., Gibsons. 886-8370. #1  For Sale  T 8 S SOU  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoll mixed-Hog Fuel  By the yard or truck lull. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pickup or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  f 939 Singer sewing machine and  cabinet, perfect cond., manual  and attachment, $300 0B0.  886-3210. #1  I8M Seieclnc and Card II printer.  $500.886-3210, #1  Ten sp. bike, oven, tub.  886-7363 eves. #1  One exercise rowing machine as  new, $100 OBO 886-2329.    #1  Pine kingsize walerbed.  bookcase Headboard. 6 drawer  ped., exc. cond., $150.  886-7668. #1  4 TSL Superswamper tires,  38.5". fits 15" rims, brand new,  asking $800 0B0.883-2616 Oar-  wyn, 883-1177 eve's. #2  Fireplace insert variable speed  blower, gd. cond., $350 0B0.  886-8242. #3ss  Canon PC24 photocopy machine,  approx. 2 yrs. old. may be viewed al Sunshine Coast Insurance  Agencies in Trail Bay Mall. $600  0B0 885-2291. #2  Moving sale, small elec. concrete  mixer; wheelbarrow. 8-drawer  dresser: 1 ql sealers, other  misc. Hems. 886-7172. #2  Wood/coal parlour stove. $160  0B0 886-6101. #1  Kitchen arbonte table w/leaf 8 4  chairs, gd shape. $125  885-5195 #1  Beautilul cedar double entrance  s, prehung, includes frame,  handles, deadbolts, $650.  886-3845 #48s  1982 Massey Ferguson tractor.  245 diesel with hydraulic front  blade. $6500 885-5195       #1  Import   canopy.  886-8101.  $250   0B0  #1  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact   Country   Pumpkin  or  Martee Fashions, TFN  Two ponies - 1 Welsh, 1  Appaloosa-Welsh x, both tor  $450 plus lack. 885-1952 or  885-3897. II  PB rag. German Shepherd pups.  Sunnydale Kennels, General  IMvery, Sechelt, Hwy 101, 1  mile put RedroolfsRd.        #2  tor hilt lease Trakehner  MnbX, 15.2 hands, 6 yrs.. well  trained. Not suitable tor beginner.  facilities Inc. good out-  door ring. 886-2594. #1  SPCA Ftr AddpMoft  Stack 8 tan fluffy male pup: white  8 tin mill pup 8 cats.  888-7313. #1  Inglis auto washer, exc cond,  guaranteed 8 delivered. $325  883-2648. TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  Pressure washer, 2500 psi. 10  HP Brlggs 8 Stratton. $1900.  885-3241 eves. #48s  15 gal. aquarium, fully equip.  First $200 takes. 886-7819.  #1s  Serger! Hardly used cost $800.  sell $500. Kathtyn 886-4547.  #1s  Inglis Citation 5-cycle washer,  gd. cond., $199 OBO. 886-7151.  #4sr  Lowrey double keyboard organ,  best otter. 886-9103.        I2sr  OYSTER PIPES  P.B.S. 885-4642. 865-2063  #4sr  New .v Rebuilt  AUTO PARTS  OPEN EVERY DAY  A101 SUPPLY ltd  886-8101  Merit woodstove with oven and  warming oven, $500. 883-2396.  13s  Husky chainsaw, 40" bar/28"  bar, new chain, great firewood or  shake block saw, $395.  885-7177 days 885-7874.   #3sr  Honda generator, 500 watt, like  new cond,, $395.885-7177 days  885-7874. #3sr  Tandy 1000 Tx IBM Compatible  computer. Cornpkjte w/ 640 K, 2  drives, monitor 8 $500 In programs, $999. 866-8356 days 8  eves. #3sr  Fibreglass canopy to fit small  truck. 866-4693. #1  ��� FINDERS KEEPERS*  AittqeM 8 CeJodfajtoe  Through the December days  many people lound their way  Info our shop  they thought they'd stop  And find that neat owe gift  that they couldn't resist  To give their  special friends a lift.  Come on in even to browse  we know you will be arroused.  ueieiiu one uieenwn  at trie Suiwycreet SMI  888-4881  Viking dryer. $150, gd. cond..  works line. 886-8805.       #2ss  Inglis Citation washer, 5 cy, 2 sp,  $379; Inglis Normandy washer, 5  cy. 2 sp. $357; Viking 30" while  stove, rotisserie, $239: Roy 30"  stove, white. $339; Speed Queen  dryer, h.d., multi-cycle, $249;  OBO and more. All recond. appliances. Corner Cupboard  885-4434 or Bjorn, 885-7897.  Will buy nice non-working or used appliances. #1  Men's and women's wedding  rings, engagement rings, 1 heart  with diamond ring will sell tor Vt  appraised value. 886-7819.   #1  Kenmore sewing machine, 1 yr.  old, like new, paid $300. asking  $150.886-2998. <1  Pentax SP2 standard lens plus 7  telephotos, S150. 883-2400.  tl  Tarp, 40x80, $250; 3 Inch pump  w/5 hp Brlggs near new, $400;  apt. sized washing mach., $75.  Call 885-4532. #1  Ladies' Norco Mountaineer 18  spd. mountain bike, like new,  $175.885-5635. #1  Gibson Perfection almond clothes  dryer, gd. cond.. $150.  886-3875. #2  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abu Used Auto Parti  and Towing  888-2020  TFN  78 Plymouth Colt, S/W, auto.,  gd. cond.. $1750 OBO.  885-9288. #48s  1968 Firebird 400.4 spd., $6500  Firm. 886-4982. #46sp  1988 Nissan Pulsar. $15,900.  Ph. 886-7727 aft. 5 pm.   ��5sp  78 Chev Capri. $500 OBO.  885-7638 aft. 6pm. #47sp  1979 Chev Mallbu. 2-dr��� very  clean, runs great, P/S, P/B.  auto . $1850.886-7520.     #Ts  '82 Toyota Land Cruiser. 8000  lb. winch. 129,000 ks��� very  clean, $9100. 883-2669    #48s  Wrecking 75 GMC % ton P.U.  lor parts. 886-2322. #48s  Safari Cargo Van, 4-cyl.  auto.. P/S. P/B. $8600 OBO.  885-5700. #49s  1957 Dodge Custom Royal  886-3289 eves. #48$  78 Dodge heavy Vi ton. auto..  with canopy. $3000 886-3059  #1  1987 Chev Nova hatchback. 5  spd., blue. 19,000 kms., auto.  rev. tapedeck. exc. cond., plus  snows. $8500 OBO. 866-9020.  11  '83 Renault Alliance, 50.000 ml.,  4-spd, 2-dr., sunrool, new  brakes, $3500.886-7896.     #1  351 ford motor, recently rblt.,  $250 885-3835 eves. #1  '65 Jeep CJ7, auto., exc. cond.,  $10.5000B0. 886-8101.       #1  '86 Skoda, 84299 080, ate, gti  mileage, low mileage, exc. cond.,  extremely economical. Leave  mess. Karen 886-8363.        #1  79 * ton Ford PU. 888-8070.!   ft  1961VW frame, motor and trans,  OK, $150,886-2280. #3  '67 GMC P.U, 8 cyl., exc, run-  cond., new tires, new brakes,  $750080 886-3910. #i  '89 Dodge Vi ton, P.U., HI  radio, auto., PS/PB, box liner,'  step bumper, 11,500 km.,  $14,500 OBO. 885-4733.       ��  1979 Trans Am, 403 auto., d  orig. $3000 OBO. 883-2352.   i 16.  Coast News, January 1,1990  Porsche 911E. 930 body, lowered  Iront. flared fenders, whale tail.  mecti. luel inject.. reduced to  $18,500 No test pilots please.  885-7191 #46sp  1953 Ford 4  cond. gd.  886-2826.  oi   Sedan, run.  project.   $500.  #453  1984 Chev 4X4 truck, Scottsdale  10 6 2 I dlesel. low mileage,  exc cond 886-3940.      #46sp  80 Ford F250 flatbed 4X4,  $4000 080. 885-3469.     #47sp  1986 27' Class A Empress motor  home, low miles, exc. cond.  Many extras. 886-4908 or  854-1159. #46sp  1975 31' Executive motor home  Loaded, low mileage. 883-2982  #1s  1989 24' Class C motorhome.  16,500 kms.. microwave, super  clean. $36,500. 886-8481.     #4  1975 Sunset T. Trailer, 22V,  fully self-contained, $5000 or  Irade for truck. Also chainsaw for  sale. 886-2354. #3  Dodge Monaco, no rust. 360  engine. 2-rjr $999 OBO.  886-7632 *47sp  1980 Dodge Ram 1> ton. Extra  HD - stepDox - gd. run. cond..  S1950080 Ph 886-2924.#47sp  1989 Grand Marquis LS. fully  loaded, vinyl root, mint condition,  low mileage, $23,000 OBO.  886-2518 #47sp  68 California Cadillac Sedan  DeVille. 4 dr.. h/t. needs TLC.  Sl.'OUOBO 886-3912      I47SS  1982 Ford Courier truck, low  mileage gd cond.4cyl.,auto..  new tires, canopy. Asking  $2800.886-9626. #51ss  1989 Dodge Ram LE150 truck.  mint cond.. fully loaded, must be  seen' 886-9626. #51ss  77 Chev van customized, Inter.  & ext. . ET mags & radials, asking S2500 OBO, Jim 885-3758.  #1  1987 Toyota Tercel, 39,000  kms., exc. cond., $9800.  886-2933. #2  1980 4X4 Ford % ton Super Cab.  new brakes, new paint, $4000.  12x8 flaldeck for 1 ton truck.  $650 883-9303 eves. #4  '87 Honda CRX $11,500 OBO;  '82 Trans Am. 350-4 bl. auto,  shift, kit, $6500 OBO; 76 Ford  ��/. ton PU. $1000 OBO or trade  WHY. 886-3742. #2  1988 GMC lull size <h ton,  35000kms.. V6. 5 sp, AM/FM  Cassette. Boxliner. $10,000 firm.  886-2556. #2  78 GM van, gd. shape. $1100.  883-2885 eves. #2  New & Rebuilt  AUTO PARTS  ANTI FREEZE  '13.21 4 I. jun  A101 SUPPLY ltd|  886-8101  1971 International diesel 20' flat  deck, cab over T/A, runs well,  $5000, 885-3337. *50s  Single axle dumptruck, 14 yd.  box. exc. shape, cily tested.  886-2924. #45s  76 Chevelle S/W, reliable trans.,  has rust. $700 OBO. 886-8250.  #2s  1973 Datsun PU, body gd.  shape, needs some work, $350.  886-9519 aft. 5 pm. #\  1978 Ponfiac Acadian, gd. cond.,  $1200 886-8742. #3  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20-30-40 50-70 HP  1987-1988 Evlnrudes. Excellent  condition. Lowes Resort.  883-2456. TFN  Cal25. fully equipped, moorage  included, $11,500. 886-8706.  Ils  '84-17' BOSTON WHALER MON-  TAUK centre console 80 HP,  Merc, galvanized trailer. Biminy  lop. video sounder, $15,500  270-6764. M8S  M.V. Bustler, 40' ex-  gilinel/halibut boat, plywood  Cummins 903 radar, sounder.  Loran C, Mark IV pilot, 20,000  lb. capacity, $60,000. 883-2667  eves. #48s  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  1981 Glassply hardtop 19V 115  Merc outboard E-Z load trailer,  exc. cond., $12,500. 464-3409.  #46sp  21' Northwest Sloop, 7'ft  Suzuki, sleeps 4, dinghy,  $5,500.885-2610. #46sp  16' K&C Thermalglass boat. 85  HP Evin. new canvas, new leg.  trailer. $3,000 OBO. 885-5858 or  886-9078. TFN  Galvanized boat trailer single axle. fOOO Kilogram capacity electric winch bearing buddies for  20' boat. Like new. $2,000.  886-9066. #46s  17' Wood boat, cabin, inboard.  Ready lo cruise, $1,750 OBO.  885-5612. #47sp  27' Century Cruiser, head,  galikey. 233 HP Merc & leg.  sounder. VHF radio, etc. trailer,  $18,500,885-7501. #48s  25' Fiberform, 233 Merc w/Merc  leg, galley, stand-up head, full  electronics, sleeps 4. 885-4468.  #46sp  San Juan 24. 9.9 HP Honda, 4  sails, CB, stereo, head. 2 burner  stove, compass, sleeps 5,  $11.500.885-7209 eves. #46sp  Sailboat, 26' F/G Yamaha 9.9 HP  0/B. sleeps 5, ready td sail,  moorage, $8000 OBO, 885-9772  eves, #47sp  15V Sangster, 70 evinrude.  hydraulic, trim lift, galvanized  highliner trailer with spare. 1989  model. 14 ft. Gregor all welded  alum. boat. 25 HP Johnson outboard, galvanized highliner trailer  w/budy bearing. 885-3789. #1s  Peterborough fibreglass runabout  16', 115 HP Johnson engine,  exc. for waterskiing, fishing, etc.  exc. cond. 886-2605. #1  Merc 888 stern drive leg, gd  shape. $835.95.885-5840. #50  Make  Your  New Yei  w Happy  with on  7  e of our  0  Pre-Ownei  i Vehicles  USED CARS  '81 AMC Eagle sw  '89 Mercury Cougar ls  '80 Ford Mustang i��  89 Ford Mustang LX ; ��  '80 Ford Granada i-m  '89 Ford Taurus GLsw  '80 Ford Granidi 2-er  '89 Ford Escort LX sw  '80 Ford Mulling  '89 Ford Thunderblrd  '80 Chevrolet Chevette ear  '89 Ford Tempo L i or  79 Mercury Cougar 4 01  '89 Ford LTD Cr. Vict.  79 Fold Thunderblrd  '89 Ford Mustang LX 241  78 Ford LTD II4 or  '89 Ford Mustang LX con.  78 Dodge Colt 2 or  '89 Ford Export LX 1 or  77 Pontile Pirliienne 2 or  '89 Ford Mustang com  77 Ford Mulling 2 or  '88 Mercury Tracer GS 4 dr  76 Chevrolet Vegi sw  '88 Lincoln Town Car  '75 Olds. Toronado 2 or  '88 Ford Mustang OT  74 Olds. Convertible  '88 Ford Mulling hb  '69 Ford Filrline 2-or  '87 Pontile Firefly ti��m  USED TRUCKS  '87 Mercury Tracer LS 4��  '89 Ford It Ton 4X4  '87 Mercury Tracer L 2-rjr  '89 Ford Ranger SC 4X4  '87 Ford Tempo GL 4 or  '89 Chevrolet SlOPIIt/Cio  '87 Ford Tempo GL 4 or  '88 Ford Ringer S  '87 Chevrolet Celebrity sw  '88 Ford F4S0  '87 Chevrolet Camiro  '88 Ford Ringer SC ax*  '86 Ford Eicon 2-rjr.  '87 Chevrolet 'A Ton 4X4  '86 Ford Escort sw  '88 Ford 1 Ton Vm  '86 Ford Tempo L 4-m.  '86 Ford Ringer PU  '86 Ford Escort L 4 ai  '86 Ford Aeroilar 5 Pijr  '86 Ford Eicon  '86 Ford Vi Ton 4X4  '86 Chevrolet Celebrity 4*  '65 Ford "A Ton 4X4  '86 Chevrolet Camiro Z28  '85 Ford Branca IIXLT  '84 Ford Escort 4-or  '84 Ford Bronco II  '83 Mercury Lynx sw  '84 Ford Econoline  '82 Ford Escort sw  '84 ClwvTOlet Vi Tin PU  '82 Ford Exp. 2-dr.  '81 Mizdl 120110 PU  '82 Chevrolet Camiro  '80 OMC 'A Ton PU  '81 Mizdl GLC 2-Hr.  78AMCWigon��ersw  SOUTH COAST FORD)  t  Ihirf Rd., SecMt  OL SBM           MMM  1  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS ltd.  Benjamin Moore & international  Paints  Marine  Find  Commercial  Pricing  Bill Wood  SECHELT  Bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  A!  Classic Unitlrto 25 It.  Sound hull, rebuilt gear, new  hyd sieering. 302 Ford, needs  work. Box 145 Madeira Park.  885-;.; 40. #48s  25' Appollo 225 Merc I/O, stand-  up head, stove equipment.  fridge, landem trailer. Worth  $15,000. Make olfer 883-2438.  883-2433. 883-2387 or  883-9440 #48s  42' Kasas.1 671 Jimmy. Gibsons  Dock. $3800 Gord 886-2308 alt,  6 pm. #46sp  15' Peterborough Bow Rider. 40  MP el Merc, H/D Mr, $2800  OBO. Accept 14-16' alum. Irade.  886-2429. *1s  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.|  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants I  885-3643 ���  Swap boal for view building lot,  28' fibreform cruiser well equipped with near new twin Mercury  I/O. value $35,000 885-2954.  #2s  Sextant $500: barograph. $250:  RDF, $75: sailor multi-band RDF,  $150; Walker log, $200; new An-  tartica healer with coil, $500;  bronze hoi wafer tank, $150.  manual anchor winch. $400;  Shipmate slove. $500; new Volvo  diesel 25HP. 883-2885 eves.  #2  35   HP   Merc   1987   model.  $935.95.885-5840. #50  Mobile Homes  LOOK  FREE RENT  FOR 1 YEAR  $2000 Down  will buy you a new  or used home OAC set-up  in family park  IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  580-4321  8X45 in park, skirled, with  porch, fully turn., ready to move  info. $12,000. 885-7626 or  885-7855. *3  ATTENTION  BUYERS  MODULINE INDUSTRIES  Is pleased to announce  REGAL HOMES LTD  is the only authorized dealer  tor DARTMOUTH. HAMPTON  & GIBRALTER Homes on the  Sunshine Coast.  For further Information  Call 580-4321 (collect)  Motorcycles  '83 Kawasaki GPZ 550, exc.  cond. 13,000 kms, $1,500 OBO.  886-7198. #45s  1986 Jawa Moped, 1200 mi..immaculate condition. $375.  886-7819. #48ss  '79 Honda CM400. gd. cond.,  very reliable. $700. 885-7113.  #2s  AUTO PARTS!  Check & Compare  DOVELL DISTRIBUTORS  1009 Hwy 101, Gibsons  (Kingo Diesel Bldg.)  886-7131   Wanted to Rent  2 bdrm. home lor N/S, N/D,  family w/small child. Feb 1.  885-7111 eves. #1  Responsible married couple.  30's. wilh children seek 3-4  bdrm. house, short term or long  term lease WHY 886-8012 or  call collect 465-0772. #2  Room and board required lor an  engineering student working a 4  month work term at Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper, Jan-April 1990.  Anyone who would be interested  in providing accommodation lor  the 4 month period is asked to  call Bill Ahrens at Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper 884-5223.     #1  Apartment, suite, or cottage for  junior engineer from January or  later. No fixed term lease, prefer  bright, quiel location Gibsons to  Sechelt. Alex 985-5647.       #2  Wanted by responsible family, 2  or 3 bdrm. apartment or house lor  Jan. 1 or Feb. 1. Please call  886-4861. 12  Wanted to Rent  Young responsible working N/S  couple require 2 bdrm. house  between Rbts. Ck. 8 Haltmoon  Bay by Feb 1/90 885-4520  eves. a  Wanted: 2 bdrm. house/apt  RedroolfS'Langdale tor couple  w/new baby. Very responsible  quiet, clean, exc rels.  885-4564 #2  Responsible tenant looking tor  clean, sunny room in Lower Gibsons. Rets. 886-2308. r\  One or two bdrm. apt. or house  ASAP. Gibsons area. Ph.  886-7503 or collect alt. 6 pm  986-2775. #3  Need place lo rem Haltmoon  Bay/Sechelt area, not fussy  885-7897. #3  Roberts   Creek   Hall   avail  dances,   parties,   weddings,  equipment   rental.   Yvonne  885-4610. TFN  New 1 bdrm. apartments in lower  Gibsons, quiel, secure, easy  walking to shops, port oflice.  library etc. 886-3420. #1  Bachelor travel trailer. 19' and  turn, additions, avail. Jan. 1/90,  Chaster Creek area. 886-3238.  #1  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities.  Phone 885-2752 or 885-9863.  #3  TEREDO SQUARE  Prestige office space  Ground Floor: 1767 sq. ft., fully  finished into offices.  Second Floor: 495 sq. ft.. finished into 3 offices: 175 sq. It. one  office.  5710 Teredo St., Sechell. Call  885-4466. TFN  Spacious 1 bdrm. view duplex on  acreage, furnished, west Gibsons  area, N/S adults, rels., $450.  Call B.L. collect 807-937-5261  until Jan. 4/89 thereafter.  514-931-9672. #1  Pleasant furnished 3 bdrm.  double-wide mobile home,  $7O0/mo. 886-7400. #1  Large family home on acreage, 3  bdrm.. 3 baths, fireplace, basement avail, immed. $900/mo.  886-8484. #1  One room basement, tor tent.  $300.886-8641, #1   f���  3 bdrm. home, West Sechell.  $700. refs. req. Call 886-9339  aft. 7pm. #1  W/F cabin, t bdrm. Pender Harbour, laundry facs. elect, heat,  avail, immed. 883-9446.  #1  Gibsons 2 bdrm. duplex,  fireplace, view. $900 includes  ullls. 1-254-5288. #1  3 bdrm executive home with office space in Gibsons, currently  lor sale, avail. Jan. 15,  $900/mo 886-8370 #1  Furn. bach, suite, lower Gibsons.  N/S. no pets, with view  278-9224 #3  Pender Harbour. 2 mobile homes.  2-bed. turn., waterfront.  $4O0/mo., second. $550/mo.  plus utils. 883-2424 #1  Help Wanted  Waitresses  Bartenders  & Cooks  Full or Part-Time  Peninsula Motor Inn!  8862804  Home Support Workers - Gibsons  and Sechell areas We are looking lor people wilh a mature at-  lilude who will enjoy working  with seniors in their homes. If  you are interested in entering or  re-entering the work lorce, we olfer flexible hours and support and  training. You must be in good  physical and emotional health and  have a car wilh valid license. Experience In health care or in  working with the elderly is an  asset. Phone 885-5144.        #1  Mature female, good health, nonsmoking lor part time kennel  duties including weekends.  886-8568. #2  LEGAL SECRETARY  We require an experienced Legal  Secretary wilh computer skills  and some conveyancing  background to start Jan. 2/90.  Resumes to Box 130. Sechelt or  call 885-3291. #1  Fleetwood Forest Products Ltd.  Pol Mellon  OFFICE ASSISTANT - Must have  clerical apptilude and slrong  computer skills. Resume lo Box  177. Port Mellon. BC. VON 2S0.  #1  Two labourers, willing to learn  trade in house building.  885-7111 eves. #3  Local business requires full time  office clerk wilh computer and  bookkeeping knowledge. Resume  sent to Box 331. c/o Coast News,  Box 460. Gibsons. B.C. VON  1V0. #2  Experienced equipment operator  with references. Top wages and  benefits to right person c/o Box  329, Coast News. Box 460. Gibsons, BC. VON 1V0. TFN  Part lime CDA with bookkeeping  responsibilities lor Pender Harbour practice. Pender Harbourites  only need apply. Contact Dr.  Kingsbury at 883-9019.      TFN  Help Wanted  Arbutus Oflice Services is taking  time for friends and family this  testive season and will close Dec.  18-Jan. 15. Thank you tor your  support during 1989 Our  warmest Season's Greetings to  one and all. #2  Business 8.  Home Services  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal.   Insured.  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  HOME  RENOVATIONS  886-2215 aft. 6pm  TFNs  Mailing list in a twist?  Computerize! 886-4740.  Confidential Secretarial Services  It  Roofing - re-roofing & repairs.  Reasonable & guaranteed. Lome  885-4190 #4  Work Wanted  Journeyman carpenter. 20 yrs.  exp., 'old fashioned', non-  macho, meticulous, versatile,  dedicated craftsman, is available  for finishing, renovating, repairs,  or new construction jobs, big or  small, simple or impossible, high  or low budget. Will consult and  design, prefers to work for and  with people who like their house  in a non-contracting atmosphere  for quality. Local rels. avail. Normally works around Pender Harbour, but will extend lor Iriendly  or interesting projects a bil farther from home. Rob Koenig.  Cabins to Castles'. 883-2682.   #1  Builder, carpenter, handyman lor  all exterior & interior work. C.J.  Klymson will travel. Have local  business refs. Very good work.  Call Chris 885-2043. #4  Fireplace's ceramics and marble  installed. Call 886-7235 or Ray  886-8934 aft. 5pm. #2  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Ph. aft. 6 pm.  886-7830. TFN  Experienced orchardist wanis lo  prune your fruit trees, reas.  rales, free estimates. 885-7906.    #1  Handyman: Painting, carpenlry,  electrical, dry-wall, eavestrough  cleaning, patios, fencing, no job  too small. Alan 886-8741       #1  Retired couple from Alberta will  take care ol your house plants  and animals free ol charge tor  Jan., Feb., 886-7037. #1  Roofing ��� re-roofing 8 repairs.  Reasonable 8 guaranteed. Lome  885-4190. #4  Home renovations. Finish carpentry. Complete job start to finish.  Call Bruce 886-7706 alt. 6.    #1  gutters, lawns, any small lobs.  Phone Chett 886-8383. 13  Child Care  Spaces available 18 mos. to  school age. Molly Mouse  Daycare. 886-3913 13  Full-time Nanny/Housekeeper  needed immediately. 2 children,  Vii yrs., 5 mos. Rels. req.  886-3811 #1  Avail, lor cleaning/house  keeper/child care 886-8001 all  6pm. #1  Babysitting avail. 9-5. 2-5 yr.  olds., sforytime and lunch Included 886-9231. It  Childcare needed lor 4 mo. old  baby. Wed/Thurs/Frl. attar-  noons starting mid-Jan. rels. req.  866-3159 11  Opportunities  Thriving Excavating Co., all or  part c/o Box 328. Coast News,  Box 460, Gibsons, BC, VON  1V0. TFN  Notice ol Approval  No. LE00280 Issued  Under the Provisions  otthe  Waste Management Act  S.B.C. 1982, C.41,  In the Name ol  HOWE SOUND PULP  AND PAPER LIMITED  Take notice thai Approval No.  LE0O28O lor a sanitary treatment plant effluent discharge  lo Thornborough Channel ol  Howe Sound, Pod Mellon,  British Columbia has been  issued.  The Approval consists of:  1. A maximum discharge ol  118 m3/day ot sanitary  treatment plant effluent to  Thornborough Channel of  Howe Sound.  2. The characteristics of Ihe  discharge before mixing  with Ihe process effluent  shall be equivalent to  sanitary treatment plant  el fluent wilh a maximum  suspended solids of 80  mg/L and a maximum  BOO5 ot 75 mg/L.  3. Discharge period is Irom  January 8, 1990 lo January  21. 1990.  A copy ol Ihe Approval may be  viewed al 15326 - 103A  Avenue, Surrey. British Col-  umbra. V3R 7A2, (telephone:  584-8822), during Ihe normal  business hours.  Dated al Surrey December 15,  1989.  H.V. Wong,  Regional Waste Manager  FOREST ACT  SILVICULTURE - Appendix B  APPENDIX "B"  NOTICE OF PRE-HARVEST  SILVICULTURE PRESCRIPTION  OR SILVICULTURE PRESCRIPTION  (pursuant to section 3  of the Silviculture Regulation)  Notice  The following areas have a proposed prescription that will  apply il approval Is obtained from the Ministry ol Forests  and Lands. The proposed prescriptions will be available  tor viewing until February 9, 1990 at the location noted  below, during regular working hours.  To ensure consideration any written comments must be  made to R. Tysdal, R.P.F. at 301 - 4400 Marine Ave.,  Powell Piver. BC. V8A 2K1 by Ihe above date.  i ii mil  Farm ol  Licence  Cutting  CD  INurul  Amite-  Aqiltminl  NrrnH  ���Ml  CieiearnKv ind  nam  H.TFL  Nl.  Nl.  Approilmili  rjMoriitilc  Til  It  tOTOT  ISA  Saturn  30.1  N  see  SacMn  111  N  T0707 a  10  Sitriilt  ail  N  TOUT  TOM!  IM/I  SKM  tin  N  Stillwater Woodlands  MacMillan Bloedel  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in the more than 90 Newspapers ol Ihe B.C. and Yukon Community  Newspapers Associalion and reach more than t ,400,000 homes and a potential two million readers.  $159. for 25 words ($3. per each additional word)   Call the Coast News at 885-3930  AUTOMOTIVE  Active, Auto Brokers, disposal  agent for Active Bailifl Services.  Repossessions, estate, legale,  can, trucks, motorhomes, boats.  Cai Mr. Price (only), (604)434-  1819. DS476.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Well established Vancouver Island family home Improvement  business. Good contracts, customers, excellent products.  Manufacturing, assembling, in-  stalng and sales. S60.000. Prin-  dpals only. Write File 279, C/O  Nanakiw Times, P.O. Bex 486,  Nana,mo,B.C.V0R5L5.  START YOUR OWN IMPORT/  EXPORT business, even spare  time. No money or experience.  Since 1946. Free brochure:  Wade World Trade, Co Cdn.  Smal Business Inst. Oept W1,  1140 Botamy Rd. N. It, Scarbor-  ough, Ontario. M1H1H4.  Canedian2lor 1 Plulrancnlses  nmavalalMlnvartoueB.C.and  Yukon Territories locationi. Call  1-800-663-7650 to Inquire about  these exceeent business opportu-  WON.D-S FIR8T 35mm 3-D  Camera now in Canada. Requires no speclsl viewing  glasses. High Income potential  lor tut! or part-time Independent  dWrbukx (705)496-0730.  SEVEN NEW TONING TABLES.  022,000. Includes freight and  traerenj. 5 yew guarantee. Futrex  5000 Illness computer It ,500,  Cornptele body wrap kit 11,250  Tone "0" Matt; Canada Ltd. 1-  50C-4W7-SB25.  NOW ON THE STREETII  Scratch 2t cards. Area Distributor needed to open and service  Indspendenl accounts. Full or  pert-time business. Investment  142,800. Down payment  $16,508. $M.0O0.linencedove,  three yean. For brochure cat  [510)4324302, extension 106.  Fax (416)873-0755.  BUSINESS OPPORTUHTIE8  Money making and career opportunities. Cprxxtunffyotalrfellrne,  work Irom home and be Anandaly  InrJependant. Cai (604)868-2361  or write 9127-212 Street, Langley,  B.C.VIM2B7  BUSINESS PERSONALS  Divorce? No consent ol spouse or  court appearance. Just 5-15  weeks. $69.05 plus coats. Free  literature. Same system since  1970. As heard on CKNW. Dl-  vorcervice, 201-1252 Burrard,  Vancouver, 1-687-2900.  EDUCATION  HELICOPTER TRAINING. Private and commercial. NewR22,  Victoria Airport. Learn Irom experienced professional pilot. Vantage Helicopters Ltd. 7448 E.  Saanich Road, R.R. #3, Saan-  IcNon, B.C. VOS1 MO. (604)656-  7776.  EQUIPMENT t MACHINERY  GOOSE NECK stock trailers,  factory authorized ssle. 16X6X  6'8-H $5195.00 (Farm). Other  alias also Trallerland Sales 1  Services Ltd., (403)2914787.  Sale ends Dec. 30,1989.  FOR SALE MISC.  1985 J.D. 690C C/W Harrtcana  Deamber, excellent condition,  $85,900.00:1976 Cat 235 Harrtcana But-N-Top loader,  $136,000.00; 1986 518 grapple  skidder, $75,000.00. Phone Garnet! Equipment (604)403-8122.  GARDENING  Gardening Sale. Save big on all  your greenhouse and hydroponic  gardening needs. Saveuplo25%  on Rockwool Haltdestrom St 42.  Cai Toll Free 1-800-663-5619.  Free Shipping Program. Western  Water Farms. #103,20120-64lh  Aw., Langley, B.C. V3A4P7.  HEALTH  VITAMIN DISCOUNTS. Since  1973, offering high quality-lowest  prices on Vitamins, Minerals,  Herbs, Body Building and Weight  Lose, Supplements, Hair Treat-  men, SklnCare and More. FREE  CATALOGUE. Write: VITAMIN  DISCOUNTS, DEPT. B.C. 15,  260S.W.MarineDrlve,V5X2H5.  1-800663-0747. In Vancouver,  321-7000.  Superb portable Scrape Mill. 21-  28000 FBM/Hr. All hydraulic.  Export* metric capable. BuoMng  elation. Green chain Parti,  truck. Extras. Great relerenoea.  Excellent value al asking price of  $95,000.00. Otters. Phone:  (604)31)8-4406.  FOR SALE IMC  $280,000. will buy youaproeper-  ot�� oervtoe bualneaa on the upswing In a town with unHmked  poseMiiee tor expansion. It you  havelMqajalisatloneNrsafum-  hey operation complete with  home. Write Box 120, Campbel  River. VOW SA7.  Lighting llxtures. Western Canada's largest display. Wholesale  and retail. Free catalogue available. Norbum Lighting Centra,  4600 East Hastings St, Burnaby,  B.C. V5C2K5 Phone: (8M)2I)8-  0868.  SHEEPSKIN GIFTS. Finest  quality slippers $49, gloves $49,  n*sW9.ruos $6*, b*y lambskins $80, boot*** $10, careeat  coveted Irom $00. Trade inquir-  iesalsoinvked. Southern Croaa  Sheapskina, Vancouver. Phone:  (604)874-6848.  EDMONTON MOBILE noma  rrienufacfurer and reoonoaloner  riessnovena-rxkotreadyloraale  nvoMe homes. uooffertprfoao.  Deliver anywhere. Phone  (403)447-2333.   HELP WANTED  SENIOR REPORTER required  by east central Alberta weekly  newspaper publishing twice  weekly. Car and camera a musl.  Salary comrnensurale with experience. Contact Gordon at  (403)842-4465 lo arrange interview. Must be able lo start krone-  Journeyman (M/F) or third year  apprentice Technician required  lor Fraser Valley G.M. Dealership. For night shift. Experience  wan G.M. electrical systems an  asset AppiyloNormKoch.Serv-  iea Manager, Motorcade Chev  Okta Cadilac, 2525 McCallum  Rd., Abboteford, B.C. V2S 3RI.  (604)859-5271, (604)5304254.  HELP WANTED  Experienced glass and trim person required for Fraser Valley  G.M. Dealership. Experience  with water leaks and body adjustments an asset. Apply to Norn)  Koch, Service Manager, Motorcade Chev Olds Cadillac, 2525  McCallum Rd., Abbotslord, B.C.  V2S 3R1. (604)839-5271,  (604)530-0254.  SERVICES  Temporary part-lime H.RA position available starting March 5,  1990, lasting approximately 6  months. Wages, benefits In accordance with H.S.A. contract.  Apply: Director Health Records,  Creston Valley Hospital, Bag  3000, Creston. B.C. V0B1G0.  Singles/Couples. Complete government-approved Building Managers Correspondence Certlll-  cale course lor apts/oondos/  I'hses/mlni-slorage. Guaranteed  Placement Assistance. RMTI,  901-700 W. Pender, Vancouver,  B.C. V6C 108(604)681-5456.  REGISTERED NURSES OPPORTUNITIES In a smal retailed  fully accredited Central Northern  B.C. hospital. We are 140 miles  west ot Prince George. We can  otter winter and summer sports,  arts, drama and the (Mega ol  New Caledonia lor a variety of  courses. Salary and beneflte  according lo Ihe newly negotiated  B.C.N.U. contract. Phone (Collect) or write: Mrs. Barbara Ped-  erson, D.O.N., Box 479, Bums  Lake, B.C. VOJ 1E0. Phone:  (604)692-3181.  Major ICBC and injury claims.  Joel A. Wener, trial lawyer lor 21  yean. Cai collect, (604)738-  5500, Vancouver. 8 no recovery,  nolee. No Yukon enquiries.  ICBC INJURY CLAIMS? Csl  Dale Can-Harris-20 ysars a trial  lawyer wlh live years medical  school before law. 0-889-4922  (Vancouver). Experienced In  head injury and other major  claims. Percentage tees avall-  DIVORCE 4 ICBC INJURY. Our  objective tor 18years: Gedingfair  settlements out of Court, law  Oflloee c4 Carey Undo, Vancouver 684-7798. Quality 8 Confidential service no matter where  you live,  Air brakes course $60. Truck,  bus, van training. Ful course or  hwiriy rentals. Enquire sbout our  new cerliflcBlton program. Burnaby, BC. 291-2255, Sunrsy.BC.,  581-7594.  PERSONAL  WANTED - Young men and  women to tat and work on a dairy,  basf, pig larms overseas. For  lurther Information contact: International Agricultural Exchange  Aeaooiatlon,#206, t501-17Ave.  S.W���Calga(y,AB,T2T0E2.  WANTED ��� LICENSED MECHANIC, preferably Toyota experience. Apply In person or sand  resume to: Valley Toyota, 45960  Airport Road, Chlllwack, B.C.,  V2P1A2.  Your personality determines your  lulurel Know why. Cat 1-800 lor  truth (1-800-387-8788).  PET8* LIVESTOCK  Suno Jo Akitas (Japanese Bear-  dogs).  Ouallty pupa for show,  andj   lust plain loving.  Written health guarantee. Superb  temperament. Brindles, rack and  plntos ready now, $400.00 up.  (604)474-7616.  REAL ESTATE  LAND FOR SALE - Vancouver  Island, Nanalmo, Courtenay, Victoria - $2,500,-$9,500. Hot Kat  100 unluKiwn properties guaranteed. Finders lee of $25.00. VM  go fast. LamJinders, Box 291.  NewWeetmlneler,B.C. V3L4Y6  TRAVEL  SKIERS: Lake Louise, Suntan-  nlngi Cental of the Canadian  Rockies has ski and slay pack-  ages Irom only $29Jdev (quad  owupancy, minimum 3 days).  Cai 1-800-383-0003. '  ������" VICTORIA B.C.-The AOMI-  RAi.��TAL"-Fln.AoE!E  modatlon overlooking the beauti-  lul Harbour. l*ueeltesplno Unh,  reaaonebie rates and Iriendly,  personal attantton from lamiiy  own��<^reeomn)enil��xL2rI7  Belevlle St, Victoria, B.C. V8V  1X1(f��4)3t��8267.  SKI VACATION. Stay on the  fwwntsjfi at Sunshine Village,  Banff.Ao��rnmodatlon,lntlok-  ���"Jkl reasons, sntertalnmenl,  deyeo��.Ttmnlghta Irom $171,  PP.quad.Cani-800-681-1363.  WANTED  USED OFFICE FURNITURE and  ���qulpment, metal parts bine  convnarcial grade shop took) and  2��tfw��,��>o conflate ciM.  ���p. front  SflSB?*1 * *  ���.yyy- '���^'���^���^.���������"-  k��ft������������t��ftft��iiilli Coast News, January 1,1990  17.  Correction  In praise of Half moon Bay Post Office  Editor:  Re: Halfmoon Bay Post Office.  As former Postmistress I fed  compelled to add my comments. The Halfmoon Bay Post  Office serves over 700  households, a remarkable increase of over 60 per cent in five  years, and it appears there is no  end in sight.  The post office is ideally  located to serve area residents.  If  Canada  Post   wishes  to  enhance its service by adding  rural franchises, fine, but not at  the expense of reducing existing  service.  Notwithstanding the transfer  of mail sortation to Sechelt,  Mrs. Lucas is still required to  have trained staff on duty to  provide all the counter services  of any other post office. Her  workload is not substantially  reduced, and in my view, the  compensation offered is grossly  fywtdU    ft  Devlin Funeral Home offers a complete range of pre-arranged  funerals: traditional funerals with burial or cremation, memorial  services, direct cremation service, graveside funerals, or transfer  to other localities.  For those who wish to pre-pay funeral expenses, Devlin's have  a government licensed & audited prepaid funeral plan. 100% of  funds paid are placed in an interest-bearing trust account. Your  funeral expenses are inflation-proof ��� the cost is locked-in at current price levels. If you ever want to cancel, all your money is  refundable with interest.  Call or write Devlin Funeral Home for an appointment or for  more information. 886-9551. No.tost or obligation.  A  579 Seaview Rd.,  Box 648  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9551  The  SYLVIA  Hotel  Make the Sylvia part  of your Vancouver adventure...  Single from $42 Double from $50  Featuring "Sylvia's Restaurant & Bistro"  fc        Bring in this ad and receive a  3M��  FREE CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST  S during your stay with usl  ...Overlooking Vancouver's English Bay  On the Beach at 1154 Gilford  681.9321  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY  FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District of Vancouver, British  Columbia and situtated on the East side ot Gunboat  Bay, Pender Harbour, BC.  Take notice that Wilfred Tindle Porter and Margaret  Jean Porter ol Pender Harbour, BC, occupation logger and housewife Intends to apply for a Commercial Foreshore Lease of the following described  lands:  Block 2, Plan 6321, District Lot 952 commencing at  the North West corner ol Block 2, Plan 8321 District  Lot 952, Group 1, N.W.D. thence 91.44 metres 270  thence 212.63 metres 190, 37', thence 76.2  metres 90, thence 250 metres +/��� along the  shoreline to the point of Mftimencement containing  1.9 +/��� ha more or less.  The purpose tor which the disposition Is required Is  Commercial Boat Moorage.  Comments concerning this application may be made  to the office ol the Senior Land Officer, 1210 - 4240  Manor Street, Burnaby, BC. V5G 1B2. Quoting File  Reference #2404577.  Sit 3  nm  fcltt  Bih 2       remum  Flan .III /Q/     _-.  enrrr 0v5-n.1t; f?*y  Hoppy  Neil)  Year  inadequate.  The post office has been an  integral part of this community  for many years, and the public  have beat generally well served.  Canada Post was aware of my  pending resignation three months ago.  The typically bureaucratic  manner in which they have  handled this whole matter, and  resulting controversy is most  upsetting. In the unibrtunate  event the post office closes it  will be Canada Post's fault for  not paying Mrs. Lucas a fair  wage for all the work she is required to do.  For obvious reasons, I urge  any retailer contemplating a  postal franchise to very carefully consider all the pros and cons  before entering into any contract.  Marine R. Nelson  Halfmoon Bay, BC  Guide commended  Editor:  I should like to commend to  your readers The Canadian  Green   Consumer's  Guide,  prepared by the Pollution Probe  Foundation and published by  McClelland & Stewart Inc. For  only $14.95 one can possess in a  single easy-to-read volume as  complete a summary of the  basic elements of our environmental problems as the  average citizen would wish to  know plus a practical guide to  what that same citizen can do  about it in everyday life.  Written in practical, unbiased  straight-forward language with  plenty of illustrations and en-  capsuled summaries, the book  explains the various types of  pollution we face (land, water  and air), the waste or overuse of  resources, and the threat to our  food from direct and indirect  chemicalization and contamination.  In each case, it relates these  problems to the things we do,  the goods we buy and the food  we eat and offers suggestions as  to how we can make a difference by changing our consumption habits.  This eminently readable book  is subdivided in such a way that  it can be picked up for casual  reading at any time at virtually  any page with the guarantee  that five minutes reading (or  even skimming) will yield interesting and useful information.  The book should be on every  book .and magazine stand, in  every library, waiting room and  classroom, and on every home  book shelf.  Harold G. Brandreth  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Raffle winners  Editor:  The Peace Committee raffle  was drawn at our potluck supper on Sunday night December  17.1 would like to annouce the  winners.  They are: K. Beamish of  Vancouver, first choice of the  prizes; D. Drachh of Madeira  Park, second choice; and Ed  Hobertz also of Madeira Park,  third choice.  The Peace Committee would  like to publicly thank the local  artists and craftspeople who  have so generously supported  our raffle each year. This year  our prizes were donated by  Mary Christmas, Greta Guzek  and Gail Woodhouse.  Thanks also to those who  purchased our raffle tickets.  Your support enables us to continue our peace work.  At this time we would also  like to thank Super Valu for  supplying our food for the Arts  Council Craft Fair food booth  held December 2 at a discount.  Their continuing generosity is  much appreciated.  In closing, may I wish you,  your staff and your readers a  Happy New Year where peace is  a way of life all over the world.  Lynn Chapman  Down the creek  Editor:  Have you ever slopped beside  a little creek  In the thickest pari of the  forest.  Watched Ihe cool rich water  Slip along Ihe lime moss  banks.  While beneath the flow, life  teams  Among a potpourri of leaves  and things.  Thai heavy scent of life and  warmth  Aching in your senses,  Would twirl your thoughts  on a leaf.  Down, down Ihe little creek.  W.J. Dejarlis  tjfer Annual Burns Night  tfS& at Gibsons Legion  Editor:  I would like to correct a  misunderstanding that was  printed in your newspaper some  weeks ago, that the SPCA owns  property, gives shots and  deworming We encourage people to have this done but we certainly do npt own property. It  would be very nice if we did.  We do give out certificates  that pay part of the cost of  spaying and neutering. It is to  encourage people that cannot  afford to get it done, to do so.  Frances Ayres, Director  SPCA  NOTICE OF  PUBLIC  HEARING  ment  Bylaw  Pursuant  Public  South  1990  555-32,  600-2,  sons  Official  to  Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-25, 1989 and Official  Commgnity Plan Bylaw No. 600-2, 1989, Zoning Amend-  Eiylaw No. 555-32, 1989 and Zoning Amendment  No. 555-34,1989.  to Section 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a  bearing will be held at the Municipal Hall at 474  fletcher Road at 7:30 pm on Monday, January 15,  consider Zoning Amendment Bylaws 555-25,  555-34, and Official Community Plan Bylaw No.  389 which are proposed to amend the Town of Gib-  Zoning Bylaw No. 555,1986 and the Town of Gibsons  Community Plan Bylaw No. 600,1988.  The intunt of the amending Bylaw is as follows:  1. Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-25  That certain parcel or parcels of land in the Town of Gibsons more particularly known and legally described as  Lot 20, Block C, D.L. 686, Plan 6125 be rezoned from  Comprehensive Development Area (CDA) to Downtown  Commercial Zone 5 (C-5) to facilitate a small multi-  famly residential development;  2. Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw  No. 800-2,1989  That Map 1(a) of Schedule A of the Town of Gibsons Of-  ficla Community Plan Bylaw No. 600,1988 be amended  to include Lot 20, Block C, D.L. 686, Plan 6125 within the  proposed medium-density residential/commercial area  designation;  3. Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-32,1989  t certain parcel or parcels of land in the Town of Gib-  a, more particularly known and legally described as  , D.L. 1328, Plan 11937, (ex. Plan 19536) be rezoned  the existing Comprehensive Development Area  (CDA) to the proposed Multi-family Residential  (RM2) to facilitate the development of a Multi-  famly Residential Development, with access from  i Road.  That  sons  Lot  from  Zone  Zone  Shaw  That  sons  Lot  4. Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-34,1989  t certain parcel or parcels of land In the Town of Gib-  s, more particularly known and legally described as  C, D.L. 685, Plan 4060 (ex. Plans 11040 and 13288) be  rezoned from the existing Single-family Residential  : (R2) to the proposed Downtown Commercial Zone  to facilitate the development of a ground-floor  I cai Clinic, with a residential dwelling unit on the  second floor, on Winn Road.  Zone  5  Med  (Oi)  Copies  tion at  Road,  to  Rob  Frldny.  of the amending Bylaws are available for inspec-  the Gibsons Municipal Office, 474 South Fletcher  between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday  Buchan  MUNIC PAL PLANNER AND APPROVING OFFICER  m^ammmmmm  mmm Coast News, January 1,1990  ~%M* JANUARY  'wfcLEARANCE  Featuring  Burlingtori  Carpet  We must clear Inventory  in order to Renovate  Carpet & Lino Remnants  Only 50* sq.ft.  ���   r,  Burlington 0 MOO WALK  100% Zeftron Nylon: Advanced Stain Protection System  Resists Soiling, Reduces Static.  Action Bac: Resists Stains, Mildew, Moisture, Odour  OT-Stock Area Rugs  50% oh    .  Now Only $15*  HIGH TIME Stain Stopper  DeVries* Regular Low Price: $1995 *  Now Only $1Z   sq. yd.  Discontinued  100% Nylon  Cut & Loop Rubber Back  Our Regular Price: s1895 sq. yd.  Now Only  \i   sq. yd.  HARD WEARING Level Loop  ��� Good Colour Selection  Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price: $1649 sq. yd.  DeVries' Regular Low Price: $995 sq. yd.  Now Only $7%sq. yd  amimore DUFFERIN GATE  Antron BCF Nylon - Commercial Quality  Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price: $3666 sq. yd. (3 Rolls Left)  Now Only $1Z   sq. yd.  ARMSTRONG Lino starts as low as s495 Sq. yd.                      DECORATOR SPECIALS  Designer Solarian ��� Discontinued patterns  Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price: $4435 sq. yd.  DeVries' Regular Low Price: $3896 sq. yd.  Now Only  lb   sq. yd.  \  Candide -  Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price: $2745 sq. yd.  DeVries' Regular Low Price: ,2296 sq. yd.  Now Only $1895 sq. yd.  SIMILAR Clear Out Specials on  ��� One-Of-A-Kinds  ��� Odds & Ends  Check Out our RED BOX Specials  DOMCO Customflor II (Some Seconds)  Only $795 sq.yd^^^^^^^U  IIP"  ffiBw  IpfetM*  mw��\  886-7112  709 Hwy 101, Gibsons  VISA  We're Closed  Jan. 2 for  inventory  4   ;    ^ ��� V V 1  ���    KW  i ,..������ \<  'i.iMi'!  Jfeii/\ a..J)'...vv.M. ,,i..


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