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 l.tGISLATIVK LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings q  Victoria, BC. V8V 1X4    Hi.*\  ���  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1945  November 23,1992 Volume 46 Issue 47  Sechelt youths seeking community voice  bv Jane Se.vd  Teens in Sechelt are saying it's  about time adults on the Coast starting  listening and taking them seriously.  At a forum at Chatelech high school  Tuesday, they had a chance lo speak on  their concerns.  Recently, Sechell councillors pointed to a problem of disruptive teens who  loiter on the streets in front of Sechelt  businesses.  But the young people who spoke  Nov. 17 say that isn't the issue.  "What has always been the problem  in my eyes is an attitude," said Joe Den-  ham, a grade 12 student at Chatelech.  "They're doing this because they're  not being heard and that's a way of  $10,000  BC Hydro  grant aids  Community  Services  by Keith Thirkell  The Sunshine Coast Community Services Society is trying lo raise $400,000 lo buy the  building in which they are currently located, owned by Ihe  regional district.  Thanks to a recent pledge  from B.C. Hydro for $10,000,  Ihey are off fo a good start.  Vicki Dobbyn, executive  director of the society, said  along wilh ihe $1,000 donated  by Saan department store in  Gibsons and another $10,000  in smaller donations they will  be able to make a sizable down-  payment in the not-too-distanl  future.  Dobbyn also said they have  sent out dozens of other  requests to foundations and corporations looking for support.  "We need stability of location so that we can concentrate  our energy on service delivery,  program planning and outreach," Dobbyn explained.  "Our goal is to establish a  permanent, central localion for  all our family support and children's therapy services.  "We want to become a  model of community-based,  family-centered service to meet  the needs of families and children wilh special needs."  Buying the building would  mean the society gets enough  space lo provide offices for all  ils current services.  There would also be room lo  add additional services, and  make the most efficient use of  administrative and clerical support as well as office equipment.  The Community Services  Society is probably best known  for its operation of the local  transit service, but Dobbyn says  thai is only a fraction of the  programs offered to the public.  "There probably isn't anyone on the Sunshine Coast who  doesn't use our services at one  lime or another."  Some of the other services  offered aire: Project Parent, parent-tot drop-in, the infant development program, the children's  early intervention program, the  children's sexual abuse treatment program, Transition  House, and the Sechell food  bank, just to name a few.  Dobbyn said she has  noticed an increased interest  and commitment in community  services from the new NDP  government, especially in  regard to Family Support and  Victims of Violence.  Next Saturday, (Nov,28)  Community Services is holding  a "Gala Event" at the Sechelt  Band Hall.  The benefit will feature a  dinner and dance, (dress: gum  boots to black tie) and a silent  auction.  Teens angry their needs are not a priority'  making some noise."  Many adults on the discussion panel  and in the audience of about 120 people  agreed wilh that assessment.  "I don't think we as a community  should be very proud of the way we  honour our children," said Maureen  Clayton, chair of the school hoard.  At the meeting, teens said Ihey often  felt angry their needs aren't a priority in  the community.  "I'm disappointed in a council that  sends a message to the youth saying  we're unwanted burdens," said Den-  ham.  Laura Zealand, another grade 12 sludent at Chatelech, said it's time recreation facilities and "opportunities that  are available in other communities" are  brought lo Sechelt, so drinking and partying aren't the only entertainments.  Adults at the forum said they are  now listening to that message, and  agreed not enough consideration has  been given to youth in the past.  "Times change," said Norm Blair of  the Rotary Club. "...We decide we  don'l wanl to listen."  Parents from Ihe audience said the  community should start thinking aboul  issues like adequate transportation and  greater public use of existing facilities  like the Sechelt ice arena.  John Merriam said teens have a right  to ask for consideration, since they will  be paying the tax bill in the future.  "Teenagers feel they come to the adults  in supplication...You are going to be  paying for it. You don'l have to come  begging."  On the topic of money, however,  Sechelt councillor Michael Shanks was  more reticent, saying that buying the  old seniors' hall for a youth centre  wouldn't necessarily solve the problem  of disruptive teens.  But Sechelt band councillors Gary  Feschuck and Ben Pierre said it's  important for government lo put money  where their mouth is That means figuring youth into the budget, said Feschuck: "This year (the Sechelt Indian  Band) set aside $70,000 (for youth projects)."  "We have the same problems that  you do."  turn to page 2  A Community panel met to address perceived problems with Sechelt's youth at a forum Tuesday evening at Chatelech Secondary School.  Jane Seyd pholo  Federal law requires surrendering of weapons  by Roxanne Gregory  On October 27, Justice Minister Kim Campbell announced  a firearms amnesty for the  month of November during  which firearms owners can turn  in weapons which have become  prohibited due to the passage of  Bill C-17, a change in federal  law that has upset some gun  owners and clubs.  Desmond Keddie, vice-president of Ihe National Firearms  Association and member of the  Sechelt gun club, is incensed at  the provisions of the legislation  and the process by which it  became law.  Keddie is angry that six  orders in council were passed by  Cabinet without parliamentary  debate over firearms issues.  In addition, Keddie believes  civil liberties in Canada are at  risk when any legislation allows  the police to subject citizens to  warrantless inspections of their  premises, which is the case with  registered "bona fide gun collectors" under the new legisla-.  tion.  Additionally Keddie sees the  inclusion of the ambiguous term  'variants' as a possible precursor to the elimination of all  firearms, even those used for  hunting and sports shooting.  Bill C-17 restricts more than  48 types of semi-automatic  weapon and their variants and  prohibits more than 66 types of  rifles, carbines, assault pistols,  shotguns, stingers and their variants.  Some magazines are also on  Ihe prohibited list and include  10-shot handgun magazines and  all centre-fire, semi-automatic  rifle and shotgun magazines in  excess of five shots. There are  no magazine limits on .22 calibre rim-fire rides and non semiautomatic firearms.  '...A change in  federal law that has  upset some gun  owners and clubs'  Other prohibitions include:  any lype of slun gun, blow guns  designed lo shoot arrows, spiked  wristbands, bell buckles thai  convert into knives, shurikens,  nunchaku slicks, any finger ring  which has one or more blades or  sharp objects, mace, tear gas or  other incapacitating sprays.  Gibsons RCMP say they  have received several magazines  but no weapons since the  amnesty came into effect. In  Sechelt, firearms officer Cpl.  Tom Armet said: "We've had  lots of inquiries since October.  To date, we've had five  weapons turned in and 52  rounds of ammunition."  Bill C-17 imposes strict  firearms storage criteria on all  weapons including non semiautomatic hunting weapons. In  January, new firearms acquisition permit rules will come into  effect.  Some of the changes include  a 28-day waiting period for a  certificate and an increase in eligible age from 16 to 18.  Criminal code penalties for  violations of the new legislation  range from 5-10 year jail terms  for possession of prohibited  weapons, to mandatory 10-year  terms for offences involving  weapons and the use of, or  threat of violence.  turn to page 3  Inside  community page 7  edltoriatt    pagt 4  ephman   paga 17  Maura      pagt 14  nutter       pagt $  $port$       pig* IB  (iibsons Mayor Eric Small officially opens the (iibsons Outreach Teen Centre at Brothers Park.  The corporate and privately funded building is designed to give Gibsons' teenagers a place of  their own in which to meet and plan activities. Joel Johnstone photo  Precedent-setting  injunction sought  by Jane Seyd  A court case brought forward  by the Sunshine Coast Regional  District over logging versus  water quality could be precedent-setting, as local governmenl takes on both Ihe provincial government and International Forest Products.  The regional districl is seeking an injunction to stop the  Ministry of Forests from issuing  further cutting permits in the  Chapman/Gray creek watershed,  until a proper management plan  is completed.  Communities around B.C.  have been concerned about the  effect of logging in their watersheds, says lawyer Stewart Elgie  with the Sierra Legal Defence  Fund.  But Elgie says, "This is the  first time the issues have been  brought to court."  The move on the part of the  Sunshine Coasl Regional District came after a falling crew  working under Interfor started  logging on a new 15-heclare  block in Ihe contentious area at  the beginning of this month.  So far, no court date has been  set for the hearing in BC  Supreme Court.  But lawyers for bolh the  regional dislricl and Interfor say  they haven't heard of any previous cases in which a local government has sought to stop logging through Ihe courts over  water quality.  Asked if the case could set a  precedent, regional district  lawyer Chris Murdy said, "I  would Ihink so.  "It certainly has that potential."  A spokesman from the minister of forests' office said officials are aware the case is going  forward.  -mm  _ iLJ - L. ._uaiM iNews, November Ii, 1992  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ��� Serving the Coast  since 1982  ��� .886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-80&66J-20SI  *4uru_ [Una's IfcctKt *im  laUaWlUn tlfUUp .if   hllktl | I.I  Lawrence K. Chambers, cm  CHAMB1KS  news  LRUP old-growth decisions are pivotal  St John  Ambulance  $50  Friday Nov. 27th 8am - 5pm  for Registration & More Details Call  885-0161  Office Administration  Graduates are in Demand!!  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For Ihose who want lo log,  the process is often seen as one  of compromise, involving negotiation and Irade-offs between  values, involving issues like  "sustainability."  Hut Ihose who want forest  preservation say Ihe decision  must come from scientific information, which will eventually  point lo way lo a "highest and  best use of land."  Those arc Iwo very different  approaches lo the problem.  "Basically whal we want is a  decision lhal flows from the  information that's gathered,  whereas Ihe companies have felt  it's a negotiation process," says  Ban Bowman of Ihe Tetrahedron Alliance.  "We're not ihere to negotiate.  We're Ihere to assemble information...On ihe industry side  they talk compromise. Bring up  some particulars and that's Ihe  end of that conversation."  Similar feelings are echoed  by Brad Benson, another  Alliance member of the LRUP,  who says of the forest industry,  "Their historical perspective on  anything is to work a deal. The  environmental posilion is to do  the best you can for Ihe land."  Rick Browner, who represents International Forest Products, doesn't see that difference  as an insurmountable problem.  "To find the highest and best  use of land is in a way a negotiating process," he says.  But Benson disagrees: "If  this had been 10 years ago, there  would be room to compromise."  While the LRUP has talked  for over two years, Benson says  industry hasn't presented any  SANTA ARRIVES AT NOON SAT. NOV. 28/92  Visit Grandma Goodreads  Story Corner  at Santa's House  11:30 -12:00 & 2:00 - 2:30  Every Sat., starting Nov. 28  Drop the  kids off  while you  shop  (ages 4  & older)  r%i  Kids Christmas Store  opens Sat. Nov 28  Fri., Sat. & Sun. & Christmas Week  Suprize Mom & Dad  this yew  Open to kids  12 & Under  NO  ADULTS  TIS THE SEASON  TO SHOP LOCALLY  SUNNYCREST MALL       " Discover the Difference" Hwy. 101, Gibsons  LRUP member (ieorge Smith (lefl) and Tetrahedron Ski Club member Victor Honuguro survey Ihe  scene in a logged portion of Ihe Tetrahedron Plateau. Jane Seyd pholo  tangible evidence lo support logging in the old-growth forest.  "All the information I've seen  has said 'you were right in your  gut reaction.'"  Connected to these issues arc  further arguments over whether  Ihere should be mul-      tiple use or integrated  use of Ihe Tetrahedron.  Under multiple  use, several activities  such as recreation,  logging and wildlife  habitats are contained  within the same physical area. With inle-       grated use, there is greater separation, with distinct geographical boundaries.Historically. Ihe  forest industry has favoured  multiple use, to allow logging  over the widest available area.  Today, says Brower, Interfor  still believes in "incorporating  as many resources as possible  into the system."  But that can't always be  worked out conveniently.  Cautions George Smith of the  Tetrahedron Alliance, "You  don't have to have all uses on  'We're not there  to negotiate.  We're there  to assemble  information'  glbsons notes  every square centimetre."  Or as Murray Cantelon of Ihe  IWA puts il, "You have to be a  total fool not lo see that some  things are mutually exclusive."  Given the differences of  opinion which exist in the  _____   LRUP, changes in  positions don't come  easily.  "My own way of  thinking has changed  a fair degree," says  Paul Tingley of the  Integrated Use  Coalition. "...Just  Dan Bowman being exposed lo       these  people  and  their concerns helps me lo  understand what they're worrying about and why they're worried about it."  But Tingley is likely in the  minority.  Says Paul Lawson of Fleetwood Forest Products, "We  entered it thinking all merchantable timber should be  logged in an ecological fashion.  i haven't seen anything presented to change that opinion."  And according to Jeremy  Frith of the regional district,  "Now the final reports are being  worked on, Ihe posilions, I find,  are being once again  entrenched."  Ironically, one thing members do agree on is ihe problem  which could follow if Ihey don't  succeed in reaching a unanimous decision.  "It will weaken our position  significantly," says Tingley.  "The only way we're going lo  be truly successful is to have  one option, and to agree on it  totally."  If Ihey can't manage lo do  that, members say a decision  about the Tetrahedron will likely  go back to Ihe upper levels of  Ihe Forest Service.  In their more frustrated and  cynical moments, some people  say that's what was going to  happen regardless.  "At Ihe end of the day you  have an illusion of a community  process with involvement," says  Cantelon.  Says Bowman, "It's just a  matter of allaying concerns for a  certain length of time, and then  making the decisions they were  going to make anyway."  Illll   'Ml,a    i  ....'���     '  Councillors continue to mull over refinements  to the wording of a revised draft official communily plan for Gibsons.  A meeting Tuesday involving new town planner  Susan Stratis pushed the review process further  along toward releasing the 90-page document and  an abbreviated summary to the public, expected  sometime next monlh.  Mayor Eric Small said a section on transportation still needs review, but staff, council and consultants have been over the rest of the plan, now in  its third rewrite, to their satisfaction.  Open houses and public meetings will be held  before the process goes to a formal public hearing.  CHRISTMAS  WOODWORK  SALE  Trail Bay Mall  November 26,27,28  ��� Dressing Mirror*  ��� Hope Chests  ��� Rocking Horses  ��� Outdoor Furniture  ��� Children's Furniture  ��� Small Gifts  Information:  8864074  Youth dilemma a  community problem  from page 1  In fact, the band councillors said a proposal is now in the beginning stages to build a recreation cenlre on band lands for use by the  whole community. "We want to make it a regional facility," said  Feschuck.  Parent Nancy Denham said other governments and the community should work closely with the band to help teenagers.  In order for things to change, though, more parents and teens  must get involved, said Corporal Haynes from the RCMP. "There's  a lot of parents who don't care. They'd rather give (their children)  ten dollars and let them find their own fun."  But Maureen Clayton stressed local governments must take the  lead. Pointing to Sechelt council, she said, "Somebody has to take  responsibility."  Watch for your Historical Postcard in the mail this coming week to find  out how you can receive your  .FREE  Trail .Bay Mall's 1993 HISTORICAL CALENDAR  .1  i     ' Coast News, November 23, 1992  Sechelt to improve ticketing system  by Sluart Burnside  Prepare, Sechelt scofflaws, to pay Ihe  price of your guilt, or shoulder the buiden of  proving your innocence.  At lasl Wednesday's Sechelt council  meeting council voted unanimously lo have  municipal stall begin the process of instituting a Municipal Ticket Information (MT1)  system which would cover infractions to  municipal bylaws.  "It's a system that assumes the person is  guilty," municipal clerk Michael Vaughn  told council, "and the amounts for the fines  are preapproved by an administrative judge."  Vaughn said the ticket system saves on  the expense of going to court every time  someone challenges a municipal ticket.  "Because the fines have already been  approved, Justice of the Peace could handle  the case," Vaughn said Thursday. He said  the tickets could conceivably come with a  court time already included for people wishing to contest. "It streamlines the whole process." He noted the Mil is the system "most  encouraged" in municipalities.  The Districl of Sechell presently has a  ticket system which puts the burden of proof  on the court system. Fines aren't specific,  with only the maximum penalty under Ihe  Municipal Act listed. It is up to an administrative judge lo determine actual penalties.  "It's a very costly procedure if you're deling with a parking ticket," Vaughn said.  Vaughn did not know how soon the MT1  system could be instituted, but speculated it  could take as long as six months.  1.5 ACRES  cPefcfyfes  NEW LISTING  Oceanvie*,MoDale outbulkfngs.  minutes ava* to beach  CallDMn  Ctopp  M6-M11  Vour Loci  Real Est.it  Friends of  Caren (FOC)  look their  concerns to  Victoria last  week lo have  Ihem heard by  John Cashore,  BC Minister  of Ihe  Environment  FOC photo  Friends of Caren take concerns off Coast  by Jane Seyd  A local environmental group has taken it to the top - again.  A delegation of 18 Friends of Caren members travelled to Victoria Nov. 13 to meet with Ministry of Environment and tourism officials about creating a park in the Caren Range.  Included was a brief meeting with John Cashore, minister of  environment, who the group met with earlier in the year, along with  then-forests minister Dan Miller.  President Paul Jones said this time the group went with a different strategy: concentrating on the positive aspects of a park rather  than the negative impacts of logging.  "We've been wasting our energy fighting the Forest Service,"  said Jones.  This summer, a plan for a "forest ecological network" in the  Caren was unveiled by the Forest Service at a public meeting.  But Jones said the group wasn't happy with that plan: "They  were trying to do a Solomon's solution."  Since then, public response to the plan has been gathered by the  ministry, and changes made to the ecological reserve.  But finalizing of the plan has slowed with the departure of Russ  Hughes, the recent acting forest manager, said Jones.  "We're not satisfied at all with the way the Caren is being handled."  Logging rights in the Caren Range are held by Terminal Forest  Products and International Forest Products.  A spokesperson from the environment ministry said no specific  promises or plans were made as a result of the meeting, but officials  said they will keep the group informed.  Westcoast Framework  CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING  7*>M Redrooffs Road  RRETCHRISTMASfSAUE  10% off all framed limited edition prints in stock 'til Nov. 30  LA YAW AY 'TIL CHRISTMAS ��� REASONABLE PRICES  Phone 885-4154  7 Days a Week  "fount  onpiv  prdi  ���(mln.  SEAVIEW GARDEN  CHINESE RESTAURANT  886-9219  CANTONESE STYLE CHINESE FOOD  MltMHS HOURS Monday Closed  Tuesday 430 pm-9 30 pm  Wednesday - Sunday <s Holidays 1130 am - WO pm  LKMMD PRIMISK   ���   41IMARINIDRIVI,��  (Near Mollys Reach. Iowa Gibsons)  =aj*--,e3--  Newsprint  Roll Ends  for $5. 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"It would start out on a  demand-service sort of thing,"  Giles said, in which travellers in  areas not now serviced could  call and set pick-up times.  "It all depends on the  (provincial transit) budget,"  Giles said. "Things are tight, but  if Ihe purse stings open a bit,  then more service will be possible.  The new bus is identical to  the existing bus and was  shipped in from Squamish.  5689 Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-7577  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  CAVA'S PIZZA  Extended Menu  NOW OPEN FOR BREAKFAST  ���LUNCH ��� TAKE-OUT*  Burgers, Fries, Subs, Sandwiches, Pizza, Soup  ENGLISH STYLE FISH & CHIPS  Extended Hours  Tues. - Thurs. 7 am - 8 pm.  Fri. & Sat.      7 am-11pm.  3ff~y*T^��>;   ?dfi&   Sunday 10 am-8 pm.   /I  SS_W^jmi^_mm Closed Monday      r/T^  ^Z^____^lW *J  Keddie offers 'more reasonable' tack  from page I  Said Armet of the secure storage measures in  the legislation: "There is little flexibility in the  terms of storage. All weapons must be kept in a  locked case, with trigger guards. Bolts can be kept  separately. Ammunition must be kept locked and  in a separate storage container or case."  Keddie said he does not believe the legislation  will deter crime and suggests that criminal elements in society will be more likely to rob or hold  people hostages in their own homes because they  know people will not be able to access weapons  for their own protection when they are locked in  storage cases with ammunition under lock and key  in a separate area. "The legislation was designed  by a bunch of urban bureaucrats who do not understand the realities of sport shooting and the necessities of rural lifestyles."  Keddie said Ihe NFA's position on licensing  firearms is a more reasoned approach that legislators have ignored. The NFA, which has more than  100,000 registered members in Canada, suggests  firearms users be licensed to use only weapons  which they have been specifically trained to use.  ^ r'A ��   -  The Sunshine Coast's Very Own  Import.  1993 626 Cronos ES  ��� Driver's Side Air Bag  ��� Air Conditioning  ��� 6 Speaker AM/FM Cassette Stereo  ��� Power Windows and Locks  ��� Cruise Control  ��� Tilt Steering Column  ��� Lockable 60/40 Split Rear Seat  ��� 2.5 Litre DOHC 24 Valve V6 Engine  ��� Multi-Port Fuel Injection  ��� Fully Independent Suspension  ��� Power Assisted Front & Rear Disc Brakes  ��� All Season Radial Tires  ��� Aluminum Alloy Wheels  ��� ABS Available  IT JUST FEELS RIGHT  THE MAZDA LEADERSHIP WARRANTY  All Mazdas feature a 3-year/80,000 km "bumper-to-bumper", no-deductible  warranty and a 5-year/100,000 km major components warranty.  SUNSHINE COAST MAZDA  w r (i       i        885"4699  ��� ��� Coast News, November 23, 1992  opinion  Drug abuse  programs need  our support  A young man disappears in Gibsons and his drowned  body is found in 17 feel of water off Gos,pel Rock two  weeks later. Police discover the victim had 400 grams of  cocaine wilh an estimated street value of $50,000 in his  possession prior to his death.  Despite an investigation lhat sent an RCMP officer as  far as Ontario to track down leads, local police say Ihey  have come up wilh nothing, either surrounding the mysterious circumstances of Tyler Herrgoll "s death or the origins of the drug.  Wednesday last week, RCMP officers in Montreal  seized a $1 billion shipment of cocaine, aboul 3,000  kilograms, al a remote Quebec airstrip, a haul police  described as the biggest seizure ever in Canada.  Earlier in Ihe month, 9.3 kilograms of heroin wilh a  street value of $30 million were seized front a marine  container by Canada Customs when a freighter bound  from China docked in Vancouver Nov. 6.  The bust brought lo $442 million Ihe street value of  heroin seized so far this year by customs officials. How  much more heroin and cocaine slips into Canada undetected?  The trade in illicit, hard drugs continues to flourish on  the streets and no community is immune from its insidious and in some cases deadly influence, as the Coast has  just witnessed.  Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week passed without  much fanfare on the Coast lasl week, but the efforts of  the Action Drug and Alcohol Counselling Society and  Sunshine Coasl Breakaway deserve mention for the  excellent work they perform in the community year-  round on limited resources.  Breakaway manages to subsist with no senior government funding largely on local government contributions,  private and corporate sponsorships and volunteer commitment.  Dealing with at-risk youth, those who have already  slipped through Ihe cracks into a precarious life of addiction, Breakaway's successes go largely unsung. The program teeters on the brink of extinction, yet its proven  track record could benefit an even larger segment of at-  risk teens if it were properly funded.  The Action society focuses on counselling and prevention and has recently implemented a series of school-  bised programs. These provide a vita) educalionalconir  Bment on substance abuse and its associated risks, the  nd of mrermation students need to hear early and often,  given the ready availability of street drugs and high incidence of alcoholism.  Because of a staffing shortage, the school programs are  currently running only at Chatelech and Pender Harbour  Secondary, but Action is hopeful of obtaining the necessary funds to hire a full-time prevention worker next year  who would implement the program in Gibsons as well.  The appointment would be welcome.  Despite the best efforts of numerous enforcement  agencies, the battle against drug abuse will not be won on  the streets. It's estimated that Canada has a $10 billion  national drug problem, with only about five per cent on  average stopped from entering the country.  Awareness is the key, and that means funding for education and the kind of programs run by organization's  such as Breakaway that offer help from the most qualified people, peers who have experienced the perilous  world of addiction themselves.  Clinton's election  heralds change  Your editorial comment on  the election of Bill Clinton and  your comparison of him with  Franklin Roosevelt was timely.  Having lived the first SO of  my 75 years in the United  States, I experienced both the  events of the Hoover Coolidge  years of the 1920s and the Roosevelt era. When Roosevelt was  elected by an overwhelming  margin in 19321 was a 15-year-  old Texan.  The years 1931 and 1932  were terrible years for my family and millions of both Americans and Canadians. This situation was a backdrop for the  1932 US election campaign.  Hoover attacked Roosevelt in  the campaign saying he wanted  to squander the country's way lo  "prosperity. Hodvef'had called  out Gen. Doug McArthur's and  Maj. Eisenhower's soldiers and  tanks to disperse with tear gas  and bullets, the thousands of  WWI veterans who marched on  Washington demanding the  bonus they had been promised.  He sat on his hands. He had no  intention of squandering money  on programs for the vets or the  millions of unemployed.  In contrast, Roosevelt raised  the hopes of a people in despair.  His famous inaugural address  after his election told the American people: "This great nation  will endure, as it has endured,  will revive and will prosper. My  linn belief is the only thing we  have to fear is fear itself."  I remember listening to that  speech on our radio in our small  two-room apartment. Roosevelt's election was indeed a  break with the past. He did not,  as you wrote, end the depression, but he and congress did  take action to alleviate the hardships of the American people.  In the 1930s I rode, along  with thousands of other young  men, the freight trains looking  for work. We were often hassled  by local police. Roosevelt set up  transient camps in the main railroad centres. In those camps we  could stay for three days, rest  and clean up. They were havens  from police who wanted us to  move on. Roosevelt also set up  the Civilian Conservation Corps  where 300,000 young men  learned to work with the forest  service fighting fires. In my  months in the CCCs I worked as  a i dispatcher and' weather  observer learning a skill which  served tne well in die Air Force  later.  Then there was the Works  Progress Administration where  men with families did good  works in the cities and countryside, including unemployed  teachers, artists, actors and  musicians. All of this took federal money. The Hooverites  screamed that he was squandering taxpayers' money, bul he  helped millions of people to survive those years.  Then came the Wagner Act,  the magna charter for labour  (something like Ihe new BC  Labour Code), which enabled  union membership to grow from  2.6 million members in 1932 to  over 8 million in 1939. Then  there was social security and  unemployment insurance.  All of ihis cost money. Yes,  indeed, there was a break with  the past. If a wealthy member of  the eastern elite like Roosevelt  could do this, "a good ole boy  from Arkansas" like Clinton  maybe, just maybe, can do the  same and spread his influence to  Canada. Roosevelt knew he had  to take, action lo wye ilwicapi-  talist system. Clinton may be on  the same track.  Change is in the air in North  America. Clinton's election and  the referendum vote seemed to  have made that clear.  FRANK FULLER  Gibsons  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  TheEdHor  Sunshine Coast Newt  Box 68  Sechett, B.C.  VON SAO  Human rights  abuses continue  This year some will celebrate  the five-hundredth anniversary  of the arrival of Europeans in  the Americas.  For the indigenous peoples of  this hemisphere, however, 1992  marks 500 years of abuse.  Whole nations and cultures were  destroyed by the Europeans;  their citizens forcibly deprived  of all they had. The original  inhabitants of these shores were  tortured, enslaved, murdered ���  even hunted like animals at one  time.  Amnesty International has  launched a major campaign centered on human rights abuses  suffered by Ihe indigenous peoples in the Americfis,  ,���l Jl)fi campaign is cafle,f||tT0  years On... After 500 years of  colonization indigenous peoples  are still being tortured, unjustly  imprisoned and even murdered.  These crimes are happening  today ��� even to children.  Amnesty's campaign to protect the human rights of the  indigenous peoples in the Americas aims to end these terrible  abuses.  Amnesty will put pressure on  governments who abuse human  rights in order to produce real,  positive changes.  To get involved, or to get  more information, contact your  local Amnesty group or  Amnesty's National Office at  214 Montreal Road, suite 401,  Vanier, Ontario.  R.S. WOODSWORTH  Glbaoni  A sorry tale of bad leadership clinging to power  A lady, not particularly political, was telling  me last week that so universal is the unpopularity  of Prime Minister Brian Mulroney she even hears  shoppers complaining about him to the check out  clerks in supermarkets.  "Whatever happened to all that GST money?" is  one of the questions they demand of the hapless  clerks. "What are they doing with all this money  you are collecting for thenar  Of course the clerks don't know, and nobody  else seems to know either.  What one does know is that throughout the land  the hard-pressed Canadians who try to survive in  the world of small business are spending hundreds  of hours every year collecting and counting and  sending in tbe money. An army of unpaid tax collectors who are not only collecting the tax fiee of  charge but expected to pay it when they do their  own shopping.  If the purpose of the tax was being realized,  which is to say the reduction of tbe deficit, I doubt  that a single Canadian would complain about either  paying the tax or collecting it But it isn't. Instead  tbe deficit grows apparently at a rale close to that  which our Prime Minister piously denounced when  he first came to power in 1984. So what is happening here, and why aren't our elected representatives in opposition demanding to know?  musings  ���    John burnside  Again, if tbe mystery of what is happening to  tbe GST money were tbe only anomaly it would  not come close to being as alarming as the situation currently seems.  On the top of our list of daunting difficulties, it  seems to me, is the Prime Minister himself. He  seems now almost universally disliked. The  impression is that Brian Mulroney doesn't have an  honest bone in bis body. Coupled with tbe  sonorous piety with which he cloaks every utterance, there is a sense of meanness which be cannot  hide and a lust f*>r power he cannot let go.  Surely their have been other less than attractive  leaders who have led the country and we have survived. But Mulroney heads a government which  seems to have come to power without ideas other  than a doctrinaire echoing of the unbridled capitalism in vogue south of tbe border under the last two  presidents.  Just bow unsuccessful that period has been for  the countries of North America really hasn't  dawned on us, I think. One of the Reaganite buzz  words that Mulroney and his cohorts happily  embraced was 'deregulation'.  We were going to free up the market forces  from the onerousness of government watchfulness.  This led America to the Savings and Loans crisis which cost the American taxpayer billions of  dollars as shady operators took advantage of the  new liberty to further get-rich-quick schemes  which plunged straight into turmoil and bankruptcy as soon as the regulations were lifted.  Then there are the airlines. In both countries  giant airlines, impoverished by desperate price  wars on the heels of deregulation, may have  injured themselves terminally. The agony of Canadian Pacific is but one such drama being played  out in North America and whilst the American carriers have been destroying each other in a frenzy of  deregulated marketeering, tbe Europeans have  been steadily wresting the leadership in air travel  away fiom North Americans.  Nor was this government of ours beholden only  to die Americans for its policy stance coming to  power eight years ago. How many remember that it  was Pierre Elliot Trudeau who formed the Royal  Commission which recommended fiee trade. The  report was handed in just after the 1984 election  and tbe Mulroney Conservatives leaped to embrace  it largely because they didn't have any domestic  policy initiatives of their own, other than it was  their turn to enrich their friends with patronage  which, you may remember, was another area  which pious Brian denounced eight years ago  before setting records for patronage dispensation  himself.  So far we have sketched a truly abysmal record  in government without even mentioning the prolonged fiasco of Mulroney's constitutional initiatives. Ihere we will let his record speak for itself.  Our MP in Ottawa, Ray Skelly, who bas been  there throughout the entire Mulroney experience,  professes the opinion that our Prime Minister will  be gone by Christmas. Would that it were to be so.  My reading is that Mulroney will cling to  power until be is forced to go even though be has  as little idea what be can usefully do with it This  country is in sad straits and it is likely to get worse.  Our leadership seems morally and intellectually  bankrupt and nowhere on our horizon is the bold  new hopefuls such as have just surfaced south of  tbe border.  COAST^NEWS  1 year ��� $35 + $2.45 CST - $37,45  6 months ��� UO + |l.40 CST - $21.40  1 raw-$40 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coasl Nevas is locally owned  and published on the Sunshine Coast, BC  eveiy Monday by Ctttthett emu Ud.  GKnomOKkt  Box 460, Cibsons, ftC, VON 1V0  (604) M6-2622, Fax (604) M6-7725  MCnCn OtmUtj  Box 66, SecheJl, B.C, VON 3A0  (604) MS-3930, Editorial (604) 885-3960,  Fix (604) 885-3954  PitTrtpp  .Jean BroocoH, Dentee Sherman  RgpmmtfimmWm * BIN fog**. Simon* Cartyil*-SmHh  Offlo* JMaWuptr ��� Ann* Thom���n  Sua Connor  RUfl fOttmmmtt, JaV*�� EOTOH*  Rwportms*  Stuart BumeMe  Jan* Seyd, Data* <-i*ne*n  Photographer * JoeA .Johnston*  Cathy Maoh.  Fran Burnett**, B��v*rty Shipley,  AndyJuKae  fmm���*mmmaXY�� AWAKt>WlNMNG nampapt*  The Sunshine Coasl News Is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any means ts  prohibited unless permission in writing is first secured  from CUssford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright  at Coast News,  November l.\, 1992  opinion  An abiding question of fact and fiction  A story lhat many of us perhaps have heard enough about  how concerns the kerfuffle that  bas arisen over the documentary  film about the war which two  people called McKenna made at  the Film Board, and which was  shown on CBC TV back in January.  i I somehow missed seeing  this opus, nonetheless, and  shortly after its showing I had  some discussion about it. This  may seem a kind of rash thing to  do, or brash even; but it was  clear from the start that there  would be controversy, and it  was clear that the bones of contention would be coming from  one source.  This of course, was the overall approach chosen by the filmmakers that this would be something that has now become  known as 'dramatized documentary'.  I I had some brush with this  when it was first suggesting  itself, or wooing away, proper  documentarians in the '50s.  'Documentary', the term, as  applied to film, was coined in  the late 30s by the Film Board's  founder John Grierson, who  wrote the first book about it in  England before coming here.  'Documentary', as applied to  film, seemed from the start to be  clearly self-defining. From the  first the first priority was that  the film be absolutely as close  to tbe reality of what was going  on out there as it was possible to  be.  The audience? Tbe audience  would either appreciate this first  opportunity to see things as they  were, or they would carry on  preferring some 'sentimental'  bolstering of the way they  would like them to be; but there  must be no stepping back from  the priority of reality in documentary film.  The early films of course,  were exclusively about things  that were going on at the time.  Lives and activities that could  be filmed as they were naturally  being pursued - in the Arctic, in  Ceylon, on the midnight train to  Scotland; the characters of the  people to be seen in their faces  on the screen.  In a nutshell  The night train film had a  script by the poet Auden, but  generally speaking the words  were secondary.  I didn't get anyway into this  until 19.12, but by that lime lhe  first 'portmanteau' films were  getting assembled. These were  the first goes at historical documentaries: assemblies of  archival footage (there now  being a fair amount of this)  filled out with treatments of  stills to tell some bit of the history.  Questions of fact or opinion  immediately arose, but the rule  of nothing being shown on the  screen except what was still ver-  ifiably of a film record was  tenaciously held onto.  stuart nutter  From here though, perhaps  inevitably, by the lightest series  of mental vaults, things got to  the almost commonly held position that if you didn't have film  or still to cover an intriguing  part of the story, well it was  okay to stage it; and from  thence it went on to ihings lhat  were almost complelely staged,  though still called 'documentaries', though some 'docu dramas'.  The one from the McKennas  is called a documentary and this  is about the sum of my objection lo it. It has been almost  fiercely vetted for errors in facts  as they apply to events as they  happened, but it is clear that in  the staging strong elements of  their own opinions colour the  presentation of it all. It is clear  for example, that neither of  them likes 'Bomber' Hams, or  their idea of Bomber Harris; and  so by casting a known heavy  villain type in the role they  make a heavy point. This, of  course, is no way a documentary.  A film like The Longest Day  for example was never ever  called a documentary, though  subsequently it was widely  praised for ils adherence to the  facts of that far-flung event.  To my mind 'The Valour and  the Horror' should also have  come oul as a story film; and if  it had it would have had Ihe  same kind of distribution it is  having, roused the same interest, and have in all ways the  same significance.  The veterans groups etc. may  well have had the same objections to it, but they would not  have been objecting to a presentation of 'fact', coming out to  schools and libraries etc., from  the National Film Board.  Skelly shouting  flare for re-election  The recent publicity generated by MP Ray Skelly about  health care in his riding has  nothing to do with health care,  and everything to do with his  campaign to win re-election to  Ottawa.  It is important to realize that  politicians have but two things  on their mind, the first being to  get elected, and the second to be  re-elected. We have here a classic example of Skelly shouting  "Fire!" in a crowded theatre.  The NDP MP knows full  well that no doctor in his riding  has threatened to opt out. He  , also, knows how to play on the  anxiety of the public, thus his  recent, bizarre picketing of doc-  tors' offices in Powell River,  and his "threats" to import  '"replacement worker" doctors to  1 work in community health centres.  Many polls show clearly that  the people of BC are satisfied,  and proud of, their medicare  system. The next time Skelly  manipulates some publicity  about a non-existent situation in  'his riding, remember that he is  now counting down to the next  federal election.  STEVE HARDWICKE  '' president, BCMA  Safety not the issue  in ferry dispute  An open letter  to BC Ferry workers:  I was affected by your wildcat strike last week and feel  compelled to write to you to  express my extreme disappointment in the irresponsible manner in which your strike was  handled.  I simply cannot believe the  thoughtlessness, insensitivity  and disregard for the well being  of your paying passengers that  was displayed through your  actions of walking off the job  without warning. To leave passengers whose life-blood is the  ferry totally abandoned and  stranded at Horseshoe Bay is  beyond belief. (I am using  Horseshoe Bay because that is  my normal departure point for  home, but the circumstances are  equally applicable to all the  other points in which coasters  and islanders depend on your  service to return home).  The issue you have expressed  to the media is that of safety. I  find that so dichotomous to your  actions that if il wasn't such a  serious issue it would be laughable. What about the safety of  two small children that had been  left in the care of a teenager for  the afternoon whose young  mother you abandoned at Horseshoe Bay? How about the unemployed gentleman, with no  funds, whose daily essential  heart medication was at home  on the Coast and unavailable to  him?  These are two real cases and  there may well be others of a lot  more serious nature. If it were  not for quick and considerate  action by the BC Ferry Corporation in providing alternate walk-  on transportation, you would  have abandoned them all with  no thought whatsoever to their  safety. If safety is such a large  issue with the union, then why  are you not working with the  Corporation instead of confronting them?  If safety is such a large issue  for the union, why not announce  that you will be shutting down  service, thus giving the passengers an opportunity to make  other arrangements such as stay  home or ensure that they meet  Ihe last ferry? If safety is such a  large issue with the union and  its membership, why did the  tragedy in Nanaimo occur?  The answer to these questions is simple - safety is not a  large issue with the union. I suspect this is really just another  ploy by another redundant union  to justify large union dues, high  salaries and lavish expense  accounts. If the issue is safety, it  is not safety in the sense you  would want us to believe. It is  selfish safely to justify your  existence.  If it was so necessary lo  walk-off in the middle of the  day to demonstrate the serious-  Order your Personalized  (EirrtsimaB JletterB  NOW! ���>-..��,  Bring us your letter and addresses and  select one of our many popular  Christmas Letterheads.  We'll take care of the rest!  An inexpensive alternative to  Christmas Cards.  We are conveniently located in Davis Bay  Call us for an appointment  885-5212  IVERSIFIED  FF1CE  SERVICES  * Business Cards ��� Letterheads ���  ��� Booklets ��� Brochures ���  ��� Resumes ��� Business Letters ���  ��� Bookkeeping ���  ness of the situation, then why  did the Langdale Ferry continue  to operate until after the 5:30  ferry had docked? If my information from the media about the  timing of the incident that  caused all this is correct, you  should have walked off much  earlier. Why not after the 2:30  or the 4:30 had docked? We  both know the answer to that.  It would have been extremely  inconvenient to the workers.  They would have been stranded  at Horseshoe Bay and unable to  return to their homes. So the  walk-off was really limed for  Ihe safety and convenience of  the crew and everyone else be  damned!  I find it extremely disappointing lhat.allegedly responsible, union representatives would  take such deliberate actions,with  total disregard for the safety of  the passengers they assert to  defend. Inconvenience I won't  like but will accept, however,  when the safety and well being  of people is jeopardized due to a  lack of insight and consideration  on your part, that is unconscionable.  Unions and the NDP are  quick to denigrate replacement  labour with the term 'scabs'.  The operator of the vessel that  took us to Langdale was no  scab. The real scabs of labour,  however, showed Iheir true  colours last week.  EARL D. BASSE  Sechelt  Forum on violence  promoted  Violence is on the increase  everywhere: on lhe streets, in  the homes and in the schools.  The domino effect of violence,  whether on television, movies or  whatever - is heightening the  impact on families, on communities, on sports, in fact on  almosl every facet of daily life.  The Raging Grannies realize  that it would take a consolidated  effort to reverse this trend.  We, therefore, propose a  forum on violence including  representatives from each community group on the Sunshine  Coast who would join in a  strong effort to reverse this  trend and stamp out violence in  the media.  If you and/or your organization support the views of the  raging grannies in this respect,  please drop a note to The Raging Grannies at P.O. Box 1392,  Gibsons, BC leaving your name,  telephone and group name. If  the support warrants, we will  hold a forum and plan the reversal of media violence Canada-  wide.   GWEN ROBERTSON  ������}..        S,C. Raging Grannies  *2>"5w>  Sparkling Gifts  Christmas Joys  TRAIL BAY MALL  SAT. 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Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  Tht Boat Houm - Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the West,  East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us  after 5 pm for dinner or for our  spectacular Sunday Brunch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals are just  some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch,  please lei us know and we'll make  the necessary accommodations. For  reservations call 921-8188. All  major credit cards accepted.  Cilt Plavrot - Comfortable atmosphere wilh warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious. Our whole  wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on  the premises. Outside dining, lake  out orders for the beach and cappuccino are available. The Coast's  bistro...as unique as the Coast  itself. Mon-Thurs 9 - 5. Fri k Sat 9 -  9. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square,  Sechell. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  Dar Lebanon RMtaurant - Come and  join us for Lebanese cuisine. Lunch  and Dinner features include Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian  dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels, Cappuccino, Espresso and Desserts.  Mon - Sat 10am - 11pm, Sunday  11am - 11pm. Eat in or take-out.  Catering for parties and weddings.  Everything we make is made with  love! Cibsons Park Plaza, Hwy.  101. at Pratl Road, Cibsons, 886-  3572. Visa and MasterCard.  Licensed.  Hald-A-W��y Raataurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining al the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Molor Inn on Hwy.  101 al Park Rd. 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Fri tr  Sat 11 am-11pm. 886-2993  Tht Omega Restaurant - With a perfect view of Cibsons Harbour, and  a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll often see Bruno  Gemssi, star of the Beachcombers,  dining here. The modified menu  includes hamburgers, pizza, pasta,  steaks, chicken, seafood, stirfrys,  ribs, salads and desserts. Banquet  facilities available. Reservations  recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Cower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch and dinner Mon. - Fri., 11:00 am - 10:00  pm, Sat. 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Sun.  4:00 pm-9:00 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jody Roger - Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secrel Cove. Breakfast,  lunch and dinner served seven  daysa week from 11:00 a.m. Lunch  specials daily. Dinner menu  includes fresh seafood, chicken,  steaks, pasta and pizza with homemade dough. All pies and breads  are baked fresh daily on the  premises. A children's menu is also  available. Join us for Brunch on  Sunday from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.  Fully licensed. Visa, Mastercard.  Mercer Road, Secret Cove. Reservations recommended. 885-7184.  Tht Wharl ��� Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood al its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  Nam China Kitchen ��� GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffel featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar k dessert. Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am - 9 pm. Friday  k Saturday, 11:30 am - 10:00 pm,  lunch buffel 11:30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm.  For reservations call 886-3028. Free  delivery from 5 pm - 8:30 pm within 6 km radius. Minimum $15  order. Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Btcktddy Pub - Enjoy Ihe natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Pub  open noon - closing. Kilchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  IrvlnM Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entres featuring local produce and  fresh seafood in a relaxed setting  with ocean view. Average dinner  for two, $30. We're now open 5  days a week - Fri k Sat: Noon -11  pm, kitchen Noon - 9 pm; Sun,  Mon k Thurs: Noon - 10 pm,  kitchen Noon - 9 pm. For the WINTER MONTHS ONLY, we are  closed Tues. k Wed. Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard k Visa.  Fully licensed  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle al your  table. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Chti Phlllppt Rtltiurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Chef Philippe is  busy cooking up your favorites  including Spinach salad with  warm Balsamic Vinaigrette and  Fresh Australian Rack of Lamb  wilh 7 grain crust. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly,  professional service, intimate dining in the Heritage Lodge dining  room with a superb view of thai-.  Georgia Strait. Enjoy a Cappuccino after dinner. Follow Gower  Point Road to Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Reservations recommended. 886-2188. Open from  5:30 pm 6 days a week. Closed  Wednesdays.  CrMk Houm - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of Iamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa k Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in Ihe finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entres  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flambe desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  Lord Jkn'i Raton Hotel - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspina Strait set the theme for a  beautiful night out. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and soft musk add  up lo make yours a nighl lo  remember. In addition, we are now  accepting reservations for Christmas Party bookings. Restaurant  hours: Fri. 6pm - 9pm. Sat/Sun  8am - 2pm, 6pm - 9 pm. For groups  of 10 or more, we will accept a  reservation for any evening. Visa,  Mastercard, American Express.  Reservations recommended.  885-7038  Ptbblti ��� On Tht BMCh - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8-3. Dinner Reservations  Recommended. In the heart of  Sechell al the Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  FINE DINING  Blut Htron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner.Obterve Ihe  Err* 1 Qwtn't Orlvt kl - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  S3  ��� -��� ���  Coast Breakaway, a non-profit  teen drug and alcohol treatment  and prevention centre in Upper  (iibsons.  In the last year, according to  program co-ordinator Ron  (inaid. 57 teenagers have come  to the cenlre for help in dealing  wiih Iheir alcohol and drug  abuse problems.  Of the 57 youths, 27 have  been clean and sober for al least  a month and as long as a year.  Of Ihe other 30, Girard says 12  continue lo attend some of the  regular daily Breakaway meetings to "talk and lo connect wilh  Ihe positive peer example beinr  set.  Even with Ihe centre's  acknowledged spiritual success,  however, financial survival is a  daily concern The organization  has never received funds from  the provincial government  despite numerous applications  because the cenlre deals largely  wilh kids who already have  abuse problems, rather than dedicating sole effort into preventing drug and alcohol abuse.  "If we dealt only with prevention, then we wouldn't have  much of a problem," Girard  said.  To gel around the lack of  provincial support, Breakaway  relies on community support. To  dale, that support has been  enough lo keep Ihe cenlre running on a shoestring. Local governments have been as helpful as  Ihey deem appropriate and contributing businesses and individuals as helpful as they can. But  Ihere are still a lot of people who  haven't responded.  Coasl Cable is presently run-  SSHSMM  ning a fund-raising campaign in  which proceeds for new Channel  11 subscriptions are donated to  Breakaway. Girard says Coast  Cable is hoping lo raise $1,500  through the campaign.  "ll will help," he said, "but  we usually run from month to  month. There are times at begin-  ning-of-the-monlh board meetings where the biggest concern  is how we are going to get  through..."  The Breakaway approach lo  dealing with teen substance  abuse is a 12-slep program similar lo Alcoholics Anonymous.  The program is "spiritually  based bul not religious," according to Girard.  "Our interest is helping  young people get straight and to  continue to grow as positive  human beings."  SCRD  eyes ways  to squelch  burning  issue  by Jane Seyd  Smoke may still get in your  eyes.  But it will be under a  tougher regulation, if new rules  proposed by the regional district are adopted.  At a recent meeting, director  Jim Gurney introduced a draft  of stricter controls on burning  of demolition and land clearing  waste which would limit size,  type and location of fires, as  well as lhe number of days for  burning.  Under the new rules, fires  would be limited to ten cubic  metres and only one or two  fires per property would be  allowed at one time. Burning  would not be allowed on more  than three consecutive days.  In introducing the regulations, Gurney said they are  intended to offer a medium  solution between those of areas  such as Port Coquitlam which  allows no outside burning, and  the current situation in which  burning can be carried out irresponsibly, creating a problem  for neighbours.  Under the new regulations,  90 per cent of the wood burned  must be dry, because wood  smoke from green wood can be  cancer-causing, said Gumey.  If wind changes cause problems with smoke for people  near to the burning site, permits  could also be withdrawn.  New regulations may also  have an aesthetic result in the  community.  In the past, said Gurney, the  low cost of land clearing has  helped contribute to "urban  clear cuts."  "If it was a little more difficult and expensive to dispose  of, we might see a few trees  left."  A meeting will be held for  local contractors to comment  and discuss Ihe draft regulations  before any formal changes are  made.  But Gurney also emphasized  even the new changes are likely  to be an interim solution:  "Sooner or later burning in  every form is going Io be limited even further."  VtOfm t% 1fOWl  @l��Mi*_Uedj4��U  tm HALFMOON IAY mai  HALFMOON BAY  VWfmO^lfOWt  @ltU4i*\U*d/4��U  t�� PENDER HAfWOUR mat  MADEIRA PARK  "  " ".' I'jZl Coast News, November 23, 1992  community  atone In  Wood turner Gary Kelly, along with neighbours Pat Forst and  Alan and Joan Grout, villi be having a Christmas Open House  Nov. 20 and 21 at their adjacent homes located on Chamberlin  Road in Gibsons. The Grouts produce extruded and slabbed  claywork while Pat Forst features wheel thrown pottery and  architectural sculpture. Joel Johnstone photo  roberts creek  by Beverley Shipley  Last week regional director  Jim Gurney presented a draft  report of regulations for land  clearing fires which was accepted by the SCRD. Included are  restrictions that would limit the  size of fires to no larger than 10  cubic metres, which is about  one-tenth the size of many  debris fires happening on the  "Coast', including Roberts Creek.  Fires will be allowed no  closer than 100 metres to adjacent houses and buildings. 200  metres on commercial land. Not  only is a large slash fire burning  close to your house, without  water immediately available, an  obvious fire hazard, but the  smoke and ash can cover and  infiltrate your house if the wind  is blowing your way. The pollution from such a fire, especially  if the wood is green (down for  less than three summer months,  or six winter months) and when  tires, gas and oil are added, is  extremely piggy. Any trees left  standing are usually scorched  and birds and other wildlife are  smoked out of their homes.  Roberts Creek is becoming a  very popular and populated  place and along with that comes  the increased clearing and burning. Isn't it about time wood  debris wa trucked out buried lo  rot naturally? The cost of trucking is high bul the cost of a  backhoe working on a large fire  all day is comparable.  Let's hope that these regulations, lale as they may be, will  be enforceable in Ihe very near  future.  Legion donates  Cheers lo Roberls Creek  Legion presidenl Brill Varcoe  who lasl week handed over a  $7,000 cheque lo Elphinstone  Secondary School's scholarship  and bursary fund. This was jusl  one of many community-minded donalions lhe legion makes  each year.  Blues dance  New Orleans blues band  Blues Sister is coming to the  Roberts Creek hall for a benefit  dance for Cymbol Wells, Friday, Dec. 4 (not Dec. 5 as  reported in Ihe Weekender).  This band is an all-woman trio  led by guitarist and vocalist  "Lightin" Patti Harrison, along  with drummer Tcrri "Sticky T"  Cranford and bassist Jodie Lyn  Woodward. Blues Sister is a  hard driving authentic blues  ' trio. The dance is from 9 pm to  I am and there will be a raffle  and lasagna dinner. Tickets are  $12 each, available al the  Roberts Creek General Store.  RCCA Meeting  The next RCCA meeting is  Wednesday, Nov. 25 and please  note that it will begin at 7:30  pm instead of the usual 8 pm.  Guest speaker will be Norm  Gleadow on feedback from the  healthy community forum last  April.  Craft Fair  The Roberts Creek Christmas Craft Fair will be Sunday,  Nov. 29 from 10 am to 3 pm at  the hall. For information, call  Yvonne at 886-7815.  Christmas dinner  On Sunday, Dec. 6, the  RCCA is puting on its annual  Family Christmas Potluck Dinner, from 4 pm to 7 pm at the  hall. There will be singing, fellowship and of course, Sanla.  by Geor|e Cooper  "An exchange to England.  Great!"  Cadel Tiffany Stephens, a  member of a Vancouver Army  Cadet Corps, said that lasl year  when she learned she had been  selected to attend Outward  Bound Wales, a challenging  program that is just one of  many open to top cadets in  Canada.  The Sunshine Coast has  seen one of its cadets attend a  program for pipers in Scotland,  another cadet qualify as a  parachutist. One exchange program, for example, takes cadets  to visit Germany, another takes  cadets to Bisley, England for  marksmanship contests.  Here on our Sunshine Coast  the army cadets are affiliated  with Ihe Seaforths of Canada, a  Vancouver militia regiment,  and they are sponsored by  Branch 140 of the Sechelt  Legion.  Besides their weekly training parades in Sechelt and special training exercises on weekends from time to time, our  cadets travel to the Lower  Mainland for other training  during the year. They had, for  example, a recent trip to CFB  Chilliwack for firing range  exercises. All 14 cadets qualified for the crossed rifles badge  that signifies the marksman.  And for a change from  training there is the annual  Christmas dinner, the seventh  for the corps, this December S  in the Sechelt Legion hall. This  dinner recalls Christmas at  Ortona in WWII when the  Seaforths were taken out of the  line, company by company, for  their Christmas dinner.  To be a cadet, a young person, boy or girl or as the army  expresses it 'male or female',  need only be between ages 12  and a half to 19, Parents will be  glad to know there is no  expense to them for uniforms  or travel to training exercises  off the Coast. If any one of you  young people missed the  recruiting last week, you can  still apply .by calling one bf  these officers: Shirley Som-  merfield, 885-2180; Ernie Patterson, 885-7769; or Ron  Biggs, 886-2366.  Generally the corps has  always had equal numbers of  male and female members.  One Canadian female cadet  after attending an intensive  field training program in England said of it, "Though  demanding both physically and  mentally, there's a feeling of  accomplishment, of team spirit  and there's the friendships  made that all helped us to get  over nervousness and the cultural shock of being in another  country."  Now that the Canadian  Forces is posted to many  regions as UN peacekeepers, it  is interesting to note, just as  one example, that a former  local cadet is now serving in  what used to be Yugoslavia.  Annual  Holly Tea & Bazaar  Saturday, Nov. 28  1:30-3:30 pm  Gibsons Uniled Church Hall, Glassford Road  TEA: Adults $2.50 ��� Children $1.25  CRAFTS ��� BAKING ��� BOOKS ��� ATTIC TRIASURIS ��� SILENT AUCTION  Sponsored hy Cibsons Uniled Church Women  Group  Pr\om mon out lkpcrilnci:  WE CAN HELP  We're Investors' professional financial  planners It's out Job to ftelp you create  and follow a personal financial plan.  We can help with:  ��� Investment Funds  ��� Guaranteed Investment Certificates  ��� Registered Retirement Savings Plans  ��� Registered Retirement Income Funds  ��� Estate Planning  ��� Ufe and Disability Insurance  ��� Annuities  DEBORAH MEALIA  885-4833  J.H. (JIM) BUDD Jr.  885-4011  Cfarlotte Diamond  IN CONCERT  Saturday,  Dec. 5th  2 pm  Elphinstone  High School  TICKETS: $6 ai:  Sayward Books & Coast Books, Cibsons  Zippers & Pastimes, Sechell  Roberts Creek General Store  Sponsored by:  PARENT TOT DROP IN ��� COAST CABLE VISION ��� CIBSONS IGA PLUS  eWORKWEN? AWn  /IN WORLD       A���  Pee-Chpisim/IS Sale  Monday, Nov. 23 - Sunday, Nov. 29  Leather Jackets % price  Assorted Men's  Acrylic Sweaters .........................oniyMS99  100% Cotton /-t-H^y  Sweaters refl $2999 ....K^fJ Mi.$19"  Fleece Lined Vests  reg. $24.99 only * 19"  Quilted Snap Button Jackets  med-XL. ....a. 01^*19"  .VIT-4XLO/S and Tails only$24"  Men's & Women's  Sweat Pants & Tops   $12"  Assorted Ski Jackets  reg. to $99.99 special $49."  T-Shirts ��� Socks ��� Boxers ��� Briefs ��� Belts  Long Sleeve CLEARANCE ��� ALL  RIB KNIT T's $9" SHOES  Women's Light Weigh. reg'��$78 ��"ly  ���  DENIM JACKETS ALL ACCESSORIES70%  3 colours.  .w  oft  BLAZERS 100% cotton, Assorted JEANS  3 colours  19        Levi, Fancy Ass & Lots More! oi)  otl  e WORKWEN?  /IK WORLD  FROM WORK TO PLAY!  "WE'RE WORKING FOR YOU"  c Street. Sechell  885-5858  Mon-Thurs  Friday  Saturday  nne Drive. Gihsons  886-46?6  9.30-6:00  9.30 -8 00  9 30 -5:30  10:00-4:00  Friday  Saturday  Sunday Coast News, November 23, 1192  3  FORST TOTTERY  CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE  DOOR PRIZE - Friday Night  Friday, Nov. 27: 7 pm - 10 pm  Saturday, Nov. 28: 10 am - 5 pm  Sunday, Nov. 29: 10 am - 5 pm  Special Touches  CLEANING SERVICES  PORTABLE PMSSUR1 WASHING  Root's, Awnings and Eaves < Building and Trailer Scrub  fMt��rtks,Ni*tagiMi ��� Marine Decks and Hulb  FREE ESTIMATES ��� GUARANTEEDWXK ��� BUNDED 4 INSURED  88S-4457  Natural Factors     ��>  Che liable Vitamin C 500 mg  5 Flavours -  Only $6.95 ( reg. $9.9%)  XfGSTINCLUDED IN AIL OUR PRICES  VARIETY Hee.,fh FOODS  ���     Tht BIGGEST Ugh Slorr In tiltwom Uiwllnn 886*2936  The Blue Heron Inn  is offering  A Very Special  Christmas Menu  *Open for Dinner Dec. 24, 25 & 26  No lunch sewed Dec. 25 or 26  Very Limited Seating  Book Early  kWe will be CLOSED Sunday, Dec. 27  ReOpen for  New Year's Eve  with an extravaganza of  Dining and Dancing  Uicateii on  East Purpoise Buy Raud  R��frwitiiins: 885-J847  (Blue Heron Inn J  RJicing  in British  Columbia  Policing affects us all  Are you concerned about safety in your community and  the quality of policing? Do you have ideas about how  policing could be improved?  Commission of Inquiry examines policing  The Provincial Government has appointed The Honourable Wallace T. Oppal, a Justice of the Supreme Court of  British Columbia, to examine policing in the Province.  Wo need to hear from you  The Commission needs to hear your views and concerns  about policing. You can participate by written submission  or by speaking at one of our community hearings. For  scheduling purposes, please pre-arrange with the Commission your preference for day or evening time for oral  presentation. The Commission will visit the 12 municipalities which have municipal police forces as follows:  Dec. 7  Victoria  Victoria Conference Centre  Dec. 8  Central Saanich  Central Saanich Cultural Centre  Dec. 9  Vancouver  Hotel Vancouver  Dec. 10  Delta  To be Announced  Jan. 6  Vancouver (East)  Italian Cultural Centre  Jan. 7  Port Moody  Kyle Recreation Centre  Jan.18  Matsqui  Clearbrook Community Centre  Jan. 19  Vancouver  Hotel Vancouver  Jan. 21  Nelson  Heritage Inn  Jan. 25  Victoria  Victoria Conference Centre  Jan. 26  Oak Bay  Oak Bay Beach Hotel  Jan. 27  Esquimau  Gorge Vale Golf Club  Jan. 28  Saanich  Braefoot Athletic Centre  Feb. 9  New Westminster  Royal Towers Hotel  Feb. 10  West Vancouver  To be Announced  Community hearings in other locations throughout  the Province will take place between February and  April 1993. Plan to get involved. Take this opportunity  to voice your concerns and ideas, and hear the views  of others.  D Issues being studied    ��� Community hearings schedule  D Guidelines for making submissions  Name:.  Address:.  . Postal Code:   Fax:   Telephone:   Mail or fax to:  rejMvfH'p wai raVeitfeM mobiin vwIhInSm^i ���71 fn^MejF  Room 155,800 Hornby Street, Vancouver, B.C., Canada V6Z 2C5  Tel: (604) 775-1452   Fax:(604)660-9032  community  Ian Ridgway (kit I and Sam  Omens, of Sound  Construction, under the  supervision of Sunshine  Coast Arts Cenlre Building  Committee chairman  Al Millard, begin tearing  down storage sheds  to make way tor  phase one of the  centre's expansion plan.  Construction estimated at  over $100,000 will produce  one building to house bolh  an art studio and  musk room.  Jiwl JiitinsiiiiH' photo  sechelt scenario  by Deanna l.ueder, 885-73*5  The recent disruption of fen-y  service made me think. Picture  il. Life as ii was once lived on  the Sunshine Coast. People  slock up on provisions until the  next freighter arrives.  Milk cows and chickens  graze in our backyards providing fresh dairy products and  eggs. The new highway is forgotten, the roads are busy only  when the weekly freighter carrying supplies and a few passengers pulls into Gibsons. Controversy brews as pilons are sunk  at Sechelt for a new pier in the  hope the ship will dock there.  Life slows down. There are  few visitors and rare trips are  taken 'outside'. Small children  are occasionally heard to beg,  "Daddy, tell me the ferry story  again." Daddy strokes his chin  and begins. The children laugh  gleefully at the absurd notion of  hundreds of people sitting in  long lines of cars by the hour in  the hot sun or gray rain. Daddy  describes the ferry ride. The  children screw up their faces in  imagined dismay as he recounts  the food. Excitement builds as  he tells about pulling out of the  ferry and hitliHg (he My 500 to  the'city, "i wlsif we"fcad a (erry'*''  the more daring youngsters say. '  Daddy shakes his head and  laughs, "We don't need a ferry,  it's so much quieter now."  Writing contest  Speaking of fairy tales and  other creative writing, the Suncoast Writers' Forge is once  again presenting its Suncoaster  Magazine Writing Contest.  Entries of no more than 1,500  words of fiction or non-fiction  must be submitted to the Forge  by Feb. 15,1993. There are cash  awards. Winning entries as well  as other selected manuscripts  will be published in the 1993  edition of the magazine. Contest  details are available at Ihe Coast  News. This contest is open to all  Coast  residents so give your  oavls bay news  memories and imaginations a  work out.  The Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary lhanks everyone who supported its successful bazaar.  Christmas is coming. The auxiliary notes  "Anyone wishing to send  Christmas greetings to be printed in our local paper in lieu of  cards should call Doris Gower  at 885-9031. Donations marked  for the auxiliary can also be left  at Bobbies Shoes in Trail Bay  Mall.  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  Further to the dirty water  issue, now would be a good  time to drain some of the water  from your hot water tank. This  gets rid of some of the settled  sediment. It is a job you should  do on a twice-yearly basis.  Has anyone noticed the atrocious driving habits of some of  our citizens? Does anyone even  slow down at stop signs anymore? We witnessed a pickup  truck pass two cars on double  solid lines going into a curve.  '^eai'st% stuff.  " 'The community hall needs a  new battery-driven clock to  replace the old one. Have you  one to donate? Call me if you  do.  Kirkland Centre is as active  as ever. There will be a bake  TOP DOG PET CARE  ��� Flea Baths  ��� Medicated Baths  ��� Ears, Nails, etc.  FhoMforappoUtoMBts  885-0335  Op��� Monday * Oattuda**  5630 Inlet Ave. (mart to veterinary oBloe) Sechelt  sale Nov. 24, 25, and 26 from 1  to 2:30 pm. Everyone is welcome.  Christinas party  Then on Dec. 10 the Christmas party will be held in Si.  John's United Church hall from  II am to 3 pm. A traditional  meal will be served.  The New Year is being celebrated Dec. 31 at the centre during the regular daytime hours.  Audio books  Audio books are full-length  tape recordings of more than  4,000 titled books covering a  Variety of subjects. Each tape is  narrated by a professional actor  or broadcaster. These are available through Community Services at 885-5881, or from Bill  L-eNeve at 885-7490, for those  who are visually impaired.  These are standard cassette  tapes, playable on any cassette  machine.  Sandy at 885-5717 is looking  after the Heart Fund bridge  now. There is certainly room for  more participants so please  phone her. All finished game  envelopes can be dropped off at  the Rockwood Centre office  which is upstairs at the end of  the building nearest the new  wing.  "T  ���***?  mW  Pebbles from the past  i  UNION GENERAL .STORE  The Union General Store was run by E.S. Clayton until 1950. In 1951  it was closed and its stock, inoluding many Indian baskets, was  transferred to the Bowen Island Store. This building was built by  Bert Whittaker in the 1914 - 1918 period. Its simple design was quite  elegant. In fact it has more character than many of our modern buildings.  A replica would be a neat addition to the Sechelt waterfront.  i Tevvle  <  i  ts  REALTY LTD.  INDEPENDENTLY  OWNED & OPERATED  YOUR TRUE  * LOCAL REALTOR'  -���20  Your local Besl tillie Company ��� Qlbiont Quay  Boa 1]S. Gown Point Road. Olb.on. B C VON l7o  Phone: SSS-SI07, Vin. toll free: ��si-30��4,fax: l����-90��0  a^ft.  Cedar  On Thursday, Nov. 26 at  7:30 pm, the Raven's Ciy Theatre is presenting 'Cedar - The  Great Provider', part of the BC  Museum Tour. Admission is  free and everyone is welcome.  A salute to the youth at Chatelech Secondary who have taken  up the challenge and are working hard to develop a youth  drop-in centre. This requires  adult support to succeed so let  us do what we can to make this  a community project.  Davis Bay  promotes  bypass  alternative  by Patti Stanley-Clark  Dr. Walter Hardwick's  inspiring message last Thursday  was delivered to 170 Coast residents who packed the Seniors  Hall in Sechelt. The meeting,  sponsored by the"1 Dtwls  'bay/Wilson Creek Resident*  Committee (DBWCRC), was  organized to inform local citizens about land use and transportation planning issues.  The Sunshine Coast, according to Dr. Hardwick, still has an  opportunity to ensure 'people  friendly' neighbourhood plans  throughout the Official Community Plan process. Sechelt  planner Rob Buchan spoke of  the local OCP also, encouraging  residents to participate and  committing himself to extensive  community consultation.  The audience was given  maps on which to outline what  they felt were the parameters of  their neighbourhoods, where  green spaces should be and the  location of the future highway.  Eighty-four per cent of participants favoured the route  mapped out by the DBWCRC.  An additional 12 per cent  favoured a route even farther  north, above the powerlines.  One map was concerned with  greenspace only and one modified the 849R route.  Overall, the crowd reached a  96 per cent concensus thai Ihe  route(s) planned by the ministry  highways should be abolished  and moved farther north to the  powerlines, avoiding existing  neighbourhoods and communities, agricultural land and other  natural assets.  Maria Szalay-Swan, one of  three ministry of highways representatives in attendance, said  that she would await the results  of an upcoming study of the  proposed and alternate routes  and taken them into consideration in the placement of the  future road.  The study, which will be  done by a consulting firm to be  commissioned by a committee  made up of Rob Buchan, District of Sechelt planner, representatives of the SCRD, ministry of transport and highways,  and hopefully the DBWCRC  will research the details of possible highway routes on the  Coast.  The DBWCRC agrees it is a  constant battle to make sure  community interests are being  taken into account. For more  information on how you can  become involved write the  DBWCRC, RR I, Tyson Site,  Box 18, Sechelt, BC.  k Coast News, November 23, 1992 9  community  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  There was a good crowd at  the Welcome Beach Community  Hall last Saturday to enjoy the  Pub Night. Special thanks to the  ladies who provided the delicious Cornish pastas and beans -  really hit the spot. Shuffleboard  and horse racing added to the  excitement of the evening.  Thanks are due also to Bill Vor-  ley who was the amiable master  of ceremonies for the evening.  The next event at Ihe hall will  be the annual Christmas dinner  on Dec. 12. Get in touch soon  with the hall committee for  reservations.  At school  During voting time at the  Halfmoon Bay School someone  left a pair of glasses. They are  the half lens type. If you can't  find your specs you could check  at the school lo see if they are  yours. Also at the school, registration for Brownies takes place  Monday, Nov. 23 for girls aged  six to nine years.  If you can play piano and  would enjoy giving some time  between now and Christmas,  here is your chance to get in on  a fun project and at the same  time lend a helping hand. Janet  Amberg would like to hear from  anyone who would be willing to  play for the school Christmas  Concert. It's always a good one  at the Halfmoon Bay school.  The Halfmoon Bay Child  Care Centre will be hosting a  Christmas Trimmings open  house for adults and children on  Saturday, Dec. 5 from 10 am lo  I pm. There will be all sorts of  crafts, decorations, used toys  and of course, the ever-popular  bake table. A good idea is to  take the kids along as activities  Connie Hobbs cuddles a friendly Bobby at Welcome Beach's  British Pub night Ruth Forrester photo  are planned for them while mom  and grandma can sit down and  enjoy a cup of tea. It's also a  good opportunity for anyone  considering placing their children for daycare to see the facilities and to meet the staff who  take care of the little ones.  Conservation Officer Doug  Pierce made a big hit with the  children of Halfmoon Bay  school last week when he  brought along a cougar for the  children to have a closeup look.  Yes, it was a dead one which  had been frozen and which was  a perfect specimen for the children to examine and even lo  touch.  A live cougar has recently  been hanging around the Welcome Woods area, so if you  have a cat which you love you  should try to keep it indoors at  nighl, if possible. That's when  the cougar seems to quietly lake  down the cat population as happened fairly recently to one of  our feline friends. So, be  warned, although it isn't always  easy to keep cats indoors since  they love to prowl about during  the hours of darkness.  While on the subject of animals, it's good to see that the  local SPCA is working hard to  raise funds for an animal shelter  here on the Coast.  This has been long overdue  since the neglected animal population has increased along with  the so-called human population  who keep an animal for awhile  then abandon them. You can do  your bit to help raise funds by  purchasing the beautiful SPCA  Christmas cards with full  coloured photographs of our  furry friends which are available  at Marlee Fashions on Cowrie  Street.  For those Halfmoon Bayers  who enjoy doing a little bit of  writing, there is a good chance  that you may have your work in  print if you enter the annual  writing contest which is sponsored by the Suncoast Writers'  Forge and for which cash prizes  may be won.  Application forms giving all  the details may be picked up at  the Coast News or at local book  stores. Go for it. Who knows  what hidden talents you may  have.  Workshop takes aim at legislated poverty  "Working Together to End Poverty" is the theme of a day-long  workshop in Gibsons Dec. 5 with Jean Swanson of End Legislated  Poverty. The workshop is aimed at people on 11.1., welfare, low-wage  earners, those doing unpaid work in the home or working with low-  iiKow people on a volunteer or paid basis.   ..  The Sunshine Coast Unemployment Action Centie is hosting ihis  event because of concern about rising unemployment and poverty on  the Sunshine Coast, in B.C. and in Canada. "Our federal government  is trying to blame the victim by saying that 'too often welfare and  other income-support programs discourage people from working,'  (Vancouver Sun, Fri. Oct. 30,1992)," says organizer Donna Thomas.  "We believe that the real reason people aren't working is the present  scarcity of full-time jobs paying a living wage and lhat income-sup  port programs merely keep people from starving. A large pool of  unemployed benefits business by keeping wages low. Unfortunately,  the poor person will often internalize the government's attitude and  believe that there must be something wrong with him or her."  Why is government and business fostering guilt in the individual  about his/her poverty and at the same time eliminating real jobs?  Should the poor feel this is their fault? "We don't think so," says  Thomas.  The workshop will be held at the Kinsman Hall in Dougal Park,  Gibsons, from 10:45 am to 3:45 pm. Lunch will be provided. Childcare and a transportation subsidy are available upon request. Pre-register is you wish to attend. Phone Thomas at 886-7663 or Anne at  886-7988.  Auxiliary  elects  executive  The annual meeting of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary was  held last Monday at the Indian  Band hall in Sechelt.  The meeting marked the end  of another successful year of  service to and fundraising for  the hospital. Once again the  auxiliary raised in excess of  $100,000 for purchasing  much-needed equipment.  When considered against the-  Coast population, that is far  more per head than any other  auxiliary in BC.  New officers for the new  year were inaugurated in a candlelight ceremony. They are:  Vivian Teeporten, president;  Kay Bernard, first vice-president; Phyllis Young, second  vice-president; Pat Boyd,  recording secretary; Evelyn  Koziki, corresponding secretary; Tom Meredith, treasurer;  and Evelyn Siemens, publicity.  B&K  golden lifelines  by Joyce Ostry  There comes a time when  explanations are the order of the  day. 1 do proof read my article's  before making my "copy" to  hand in to the paper - and that  means correcting spelling errors,  checking for words left out and  keeping to the proper verb tense.  Rarely, do people write like  they speak. People who do, have  a unique and interesting way of  turning a phrase.  When writing for a newspaper one tries to keep to who,  what, when, where and sometimes how in the content of the  words.  If any of this content is left  out, the reader is out in left field  hying to understand the article.  All of this brings me to try to  explain what has happened  when the article seems incomplete.  Editors find it necessary,  from time to time, to chop an  article. This may happen when  the lay-out takes place. For  instance, on a folded sheet of  paper there are four pages to fill  with print and adds, and on one  sheet, two sides to fill with print  and adds.  Advertisements pay for a  paper, so they can't be bumped  (left out). Words or paragraphs  can and are bumped. This happens to all of us who write for a  paper. At first, I thought that it  only happened to my articles  (how conceited can one be), but  I've learned, since then, that it  happens to all of us.  Coming events  Scheduled on the activity  sheet are a dinner and entertainment at 6 pm on Saturday, Nov.  28. Christmas dinner will be on  Dec. 10 at 12:30 pm and that's  on a Thursday and of course,  New Year's Eve Dance on  Thursday evening, Dec. 31 at  7:30 pm.  Larry Grafton will no doubt  have tickets for all these events.  His phone numbers are 885-  7173 and 885-2759. While  everything it still up in the air  about when the new Seniors  Centre will open, everyone is  still keeping their fingers  crossed in hopes it will be during the holiday season.  Next week you will learn  who the next group of officers  will be for the coming year.  New shipment of lava Rock Is HEREI  ��� Fertilized Lawn & Garden Soil* Concrete Lawn Ornaments  ��� Manure & Bark Mulch ��� Landscape Fabric - 6' & 12'  ��� Sand & Gravel & Lava Rock     widths, any quantity  ^Hfflft.MAS GIR CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE  NEW HOUM: TUES   SAT ��AM4I*HJ OOSiP SUNDAY �� MONDAY  SOIL & GRAVEL SUPPLIES  fi32 HOUGH ROAD & H1CHWAY 101 GIBSONS  Elphinstone  Secondary  ���News���  Parents Meeting Tonight  All parents are invited to the meeting of the Parents  Advisory Council Nov. 23 at 7:30 The major topics  will be:  - Learning for Living Curriculum  ��� ParentING  RCMP Congratulates Elphle Students  Sergeant Ed Hill recently congratulated students for  their conduct during Hallowe'en. In summary; he  said "The students of Elphinstone Secondary  School should be proud and they deserve a large  measure of thanks and appreciation from all of us".  It was "...the quietest and most orderly Hallowe'en I  have seen in my policing career."  Elphi Student Is Top In the Province  Elphi student, Allan Harding is now ranked 1st in  the province and 4th in Canada in air pistol  shooting. In February, he will be competing for 1st  place in Canada in Hull, Quebec.  Report Cards ��� A Note To Parents  Report Cards were distributed to students Nov. 13.  If you haven't seen your son's or daughter's report,  it is available at the school office.  \  N  CHRISTMAS CRAFT WR  Sunday, November 29  Ma  Roberts Creek Hell  10am - 3pm  -,v,'   III-  -hi .**������*.  the  R���AL ���STAT��� COR06R  by Herb Craig  HEP: GIBSONS REALTY  Looking  Ahead  Pari 3  The second type ot Innovative mortgage being otlered by the FHA in  live US Is lor their ECHO units: Elderly Cottage Housing Opportunity.  In England Ihey are known as "Granny Flats".  They ire Independent collages or separale sell contained structures  which are built on a lot already occupied by another dwelling. These  cottages enable the Seniors to be independent but at the same time  permit family members lo maintain a close contact with older  relatives without infringing on each other's privacy.  These units make eminent good sense. When Canada has run out ol  motel units to convert to Senior Citizen homes, our local  governments will be forced to look at these efficiency homes.  Unfortunately, I don't think Canadians are ready for these jusl yet. It's  a pity.  Next week: a lavourite on TV - The Golden Girls.  YOU WILL BE   SOLD  ON MY SERVICE  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS REALTY LTD. 886-2277  y��  Bell Newsprint  Roll Ends  Various slzaa for $5, $10 and $15 aach  In Gibaona at 537 Crulcm Lana  ��� In Sechelt at BB21 Cowrla St.  Fresh cut  Christmas Trees  arriving >*���  Sat Nov. 28. >^  Locally grown in Roberts Creek  ^        Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  U'JLf *    Pr;'" Rcl���' Gibsons        886-7527  n'^S    Mon. - Sat. 9-5:30    Sun. 10-4  SUNSHINE    COAST    INSURANCE  Karl Jung, CLU  joins  Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies Ltd.  Karl Jung  Ounshine Coast Insurance is pleased to announce that  Karl Jung, CLU is now providing insurance services  through our offices on the Sunshine Coast.  With 13 years of experience working for Canada Life,  Karl is well prepared to deal with all your life insurance needs.  Karl specializes in individual retirement planning &  estate planning services in addition to  developing insurance packages for the business owner.  SUNSHINE   COAST   INSURANCE  YOUR   FULL   SERVICE  ONESTOP   INSURANCE   AGENCY  GIBSONS  886-775 1  e  SECHELT  885-229 1  ASSOCIA1ED WIIH  CANADA LIFE  ---������-���-��� 10  Coast News, November 23, 1992  , I  Kids & Tobacco  It's a crime.  community  ITP'S CRUISES  Make ITP your first port of call  EARLY BOOKING  DISCOUNT  M  I WLuKlAllKTaV.ll.ilaV  I a ��� i l i i a   ol   l 11 I l l I a i [���  )ave up to $1000 per couple on youi 1993  Holland America Line Alaska Cruise or  | Holland America Weslours CruiseTour  through Alaska with our Early Booking  Discount program Just book and deposit on  your cruise by January 31,1993.  ���  PRINCESS CRUISES  I, hawaaia*. ,,,,., lawftaat'  ^^ a,a,Jii,allh(��tianlit,.("  wave up to $900 per couple on your  Princess' Alaska ciuise or cruisetour! Just  book and deposit by December 31, 1992, and  you'll save $250 per person on inside  staterooms, $350 per person on outside  staterooms, and $450 per person suites.  Your Escape Artists  moeetmeer naa.fi MaorrlaKMnaia  Suncoast Agencies  Travel Department  Sunnycrest Mall 886-9225  sechelt scenario  ATTENTION  Representation of Special  Touches Cleaning Services  by one BONNIE YVONNE  MARILYN BROTHER5TON in  whole and in part is  unauthorized by  Special Touches  Cleaning Services.  THIS PERSON IS  NOT AN EMPLOYEE OF  '     THIS FIRM.  SI. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary drew the usual strong  turnout lo lis annual  Christmas craft fair and  bazaar at the Sechelt Indian  Band hall, Salurday, Nov.  14. Artisans from across  the Coast will be selling  Iheir wares al Ihe hall Dec.  5 in the Arts Council's  annual Christmas Craft  Fair.  Kmh Forrester ptinio  Ongoing events musl he updated mnnthly  We reacrvr- lhe right to edit submissions lor brevity  All submission, should refer to non-profit events ol genuine community interest  a .* Iltom WHI ho Hsleu" three weeks prior lo the event.  Notice Board  i��SSffii*o��  The Sunshine  Coast News  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23  Canadian Federation ol University Women  meeting, 11:30 am at St. John's. Davis Bay.  Speaker: Mayor Eric Small ol Gibsons. For inio:  885-3315 or 885-3335.  ���Puttin' on the Glitz" Fashion Show at Illusions  Supper Club, with proceeds loi bursaries and SC  Transition House. Doors open at 7 pm. Tickets  $15 (Include coffee, dessert and door prizes) al  Tzoonie Gift House. SC Insurance, Sole Features,  Axana-Dew Beauty Boutique, Illusions, or call  Patti, 883-2130.  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25  SC Branch Canadian Mental Health Association Annual General Meeting, 7 pm al  Community Services, Sechelt. Everyone  welcome. Info: 885-6128.  Lose and Oriel Support Group, 1 pm. For into:  Pearl 886-8389.  Friends of the Sechelt Public Library, 7:30 pm  at Sechelt Library. For info: 885-5076.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26  Skyline Hikers of the Canadian Rockies slide  presentation, 8 pm In Fellowship Room, Gibsons  United Church. Public welcome.  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27  Inner Ear Coffee House, 8:30 pm al 749 Leek  Rd, Roberls Creek. Featuring Sarah Norris, John  Marian and Don and Caridwin Weisenburger. For  info: 888-8634.  Jazz and Poetry night at PH School of Music.  Doors open 7 pm, refreshments available. Tickets  $5, children 12 and under free.  Red Croee Standard First Aid and CPR course  begins today, continues Sat. and Sun. at PH  Aquatic & Fitness Centre. To register: 883-2612.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28  Pender Harbour Health Centre Society health  related survey. Information table al Christmas  Craft Fair al Ihe Communily Club.  Community Services Gsla Event al Sechelt  Indian Band Hall. Dinner, dance and silent  auction. Proceeds lo Communily Services. Ticket  Into: 885-5881.  United Church Women's Annual Holly Tea &  Bazaar. 1:30 - 3:30 pm al Gibsons United Church  Hall, Glassford Rd. Adults $2.50, children $1.25  (tea).  St. Bart's Annual Christmas Bazaar, 10 am - 1  pm. Home baking, mincemeat, gifts, crafts, art,  door prizes.  SC Liberal Association AGM at Buffet Dinner.  6:30 pm al Ihe Wharl Restaurant, Davis Bay.  Guest speaker: Gordon Wilson, MLA. Public  welcome. Info and advance tickets: 885-2239.  Gambler Island Christmas Craft Fair, 10 am - 4  pm at New Brighton. Hand-made crafts and food.  Grand Sechelt Bazaar of the Sechelt Hospital  Auxiliary, 11 am - 2 pm at Ihe Sechelt Indian  Band Hall. Something for everyone!  Legion Hall Christmas Bazaar L.A. to R.C.L.  #10911 am fo 1 pm  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29  Living Faith Lutheran Church 2nd Anniversary  Celebration, 10 am, Davis Bay.  Countryside Concerts with UBC Faculty Trio,  2:30 pm at Raven's Cry Theatre. To turn in tickets  or to purchase singles, call 886-2324, 885-4402  or Raven's Cry day of concert, 885-4597.  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30  Better TV Programming Action Committee  (BTVPAC) meeting to draff letter of intent, 7:30  pm, Living Faith Lutheran Church, Whitaker Rd.  and Coast Highway, Davis Bay. All comment and  contribution welcome.  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3  Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary Craffsfalr, starting  9:30 am at the Trail Bay Mall.  Learning Disabilities Association meeting 7 lo  9 pm at the library ol Davis Bay Elementary  School. Speaker: Ron Breadner, former Dislricl  and School Counsellor. Topic: emotional and  beliaviourial problems associated with Learning  Disabilities. Everyone welcome. For inio:  Deborah Mcllralh 885-2391.  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4  Gibsons Scouts Annual Christmas Tree Sale,  5-9 pm, Sal. & Sun. 10 am ��� 6 pm al 2 locations:  Sunnycrest Mall near SuperValu and Gibsons  Park Plaza at IGA. To pre-order or special order  large or live trees call 885-6472 or 886-8081.  Sechelt Beavers and Cubs Christmas Tree  Sale, 3-7 pm, Sat. 10 am - 5 pm al Trail Bay Mall.  Also Dec. 11 & 12, 18 * 19. Locally grown, while  quantities last.  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5  Arts Council Christmas Craft Fair at the  Sechelt Indian Band hall will lealure many  wonderful crafts Irom the Sunshine Coast.  UFAWU Annual Charity Herring Sale, 9 am at  Madeira Park Gov't Dock.  Sunshine Choristers present "The Night  Before Christmas', 2 pm and 8 pm al Raven's  Cry Theatre. Tickets at Raven's Cry, Books &  Stuff, Talewind Books. Inio: 885-4405.  "Working Together to End Poverty" workshop  with Jean Swanson ol End Legislated Poverty,  sponsored by SC Unemployment Action Centre,  10:45 am - 3:45 pm, Kinsmen Hall, Dougal Park,  Gibsons. Lunch included, childcare and  transportation subsidy on requesl. Pre-register,  please. Anne: 886-7988, Donna: 886-7688.  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13  Advent Worship service, 10 am, followed by  ethnic dishes pot-luck dinner al 12:15 pm at  Living Faith Lutheran Church, Coasl Highway and  Whitaker Rd.. Davis Bay. Meal followed by  Carols and the Organ by Steven While and other  musk.. Lonely, financially strapped and searches  warmly invited.  MISCELLANEOUS  Gibsons Outreach Teen Centre is open Thurs.  & Fri. 3:30 -10 pm, Sal. 10 am -1 pm, Sun. 1 - 8  pm.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, 716 Winn Rd.,  across Irom Post Office. Displays are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For hours ol  opening or to book a tour: 886-8232.  "Living wilh Cancer" Support Group meetings  in Gibsons and Sechelt. For inio re: times and  places, call Pearl at 886-8369. All welcomel  Scholastic Book Fair, new books for children,  Nov. 17, 18 & 19, noon ��� 1 pm and 2 - 5 pm at  Cedar Grove Elem. Everyone welcome.  Kirkland Center Open House, Craft a Bake  Sale, Nov. 24. 25 & 26, 1 - 2:30 pm, end of  Simpkins Rd., Davis Bay. Free coffee and  cookies. For info: 885-7524.  Wanted: Kids to join the Swim Club al Pender  Harbour Aquatic Centre. Workouts Mon. and  Wed., 5:30 - 7pm. For Info: 883-2612.  Fltnees Classes, all kinds, all levels, al Pender  Harbour Aquatic and Fitness Centre, Mon. - Fri.  For info: 883-2612.  Parent Tot Drop In at the following locations  Irom 9:30 - 11:30am: Qlbsons United Church  Hall, Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri.; Sechell St. Hilda's  Hall, Tues.; Wilson Creek Community Hall,  Thurs. For info call 885-5881.   a,   Gibsons and District Public Library Is open  Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9:30-2:30;Thursdays  2:30-7:30; and Saturdays 9:30-2:30. For more  information, call 886-2130  MONDAYS  Breakaway Parents Support Group. Is your  child acting out? Using substances? Do you need  a loving, accepting, 12-step support group? Join  us at 7:30pm, 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons. Call  886-2423. 42  Sunshine Choristers practise al 7pm in St  Hilda's Church, Sechelt. If you enjoy singing,  please join us. For info call 885-4405. 42  TUESDAYS  Arthritis Self-Management Program, October  27 - Dec. 1, 10:00 am - 12 noon In Garibaldi  Health Unit, 5571 Inlet Ave., Sechelt. For Info.:  885-2677.  Gibsons Psnsioners Branch #38: Exsrcise  Clsss, 11 am at Harmony Hall, tor Info, call 886-  3544; Bridge starts 1 pm, tor info call 886-7685.  WEDNESDAYS  Sunshine Toastmasters, 7:30 pm at Chatelech  Secondary. Learn communications skills. Public  speaking. Everyone welcome.  Navy League Cadets tor males a females 10 lo  13 years of age, 6:30pm in Gibsons Legion Hall.  Continuous registration year round. Uniforms provided. Call Marc, 886-7089.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38: Carpet  Bowling at Harmony Hall, 1:00 pm. Info: 886-  9271. 43  Children's Story Hour, 10 - 11 am at Wilson  Creek Hall, sponsored by WC Reading Cenlre  and WC/DB Community Assoc. Bring a snack.  Volunteers invited as readers, library helpers  and/or hosts. Info: Hilda, 885-9863 or Relko, 885-  5264.  THURSDAYS  Sunshine Coast Twins or Triplets Club meet  first Thursday ol every month, 10 am at  Rockwood in Sechelt. Anyone interested call 885-  7679 lor more Info.  Birth Control Clinic at Coasl Garibaldi Heallh  Unit, 494 S Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7 to  9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment necessary. 885-7770. 42  3C's Weight Lose Support Group meets afternoons 12:30-2:30pm, call 886-2692, and  evenings 6:30-B:00pm, call 686-7159, at the  United Chuich, Glassford Rd., Gibsons. 42  Gibsons Pensioners branch #38. Bingo at  Harmony Hall, 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome. Info:  886-9906. 43  FRIDAYS  Gibsons United Church Thrift Shop, open 1 - 3  pm in basement at rear, off Truman Rd.  Gibsons Penslonsrs Branch #38 activities at  Harmony Hall: Painting (or Seniors, 10:00 am;  Tai CM al 2:30 pm; Cards at 7:00 pm. Info: 886-  2131. 43  SATURDAYS  SC Minor Hockey Meat Draws, 2 - 5 pm al the  Wakefield Inn. Call 885-7666.  Bridge, first and third Saturdays at SC Golf ��  Country Club, 7:30 pm. $2.50/person, bring a  partner. Inio: 885-5426.  Chapman Creek Hatchery Toura, Weekly group  tours by appointment only. 4381 Parkway Rd. (off  Field Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-4136 42 s  o  by Jacalyn Vincent  If anyone has an event or  article they would like to see  placed in this column please  feel free if you cannot get in  touch with me to drop off your  information either al the Petro-  Can or Marina Pharmacy. Cut  off day is Tuesday at 4 pm anil  also remember to include your  name and phone number.  Business tidbits  Brighl has now returned  from maternity leave to continue her therapeutic massages.  The Garden Bay Hotel restaurant is staying open this winter  for your dining pleasure. Beaver  Island Grocery now has videos  in slock. A new pizza business  is hoping lo o|H*n soon in our  area. The Dog House, a dog  grooming and cat hoarding  facility is open now by yours  truly. Call 883*9706 for  appointments. Reflections Hair  Salon is introducing Doreen Jardine, an experienced hair stylist.  Archery club  A group called the Pender  Harbour Archery Club is gearing up to begin classes in the  spring. This new organization  needs to become a registered  society for insurance benefits  among other things. Enrolment  fees - a ball park figure, estimated at $30 for member and  $45 for family will go towards  the cost of the club. Several  experienced shooters will be  available for classes that will be  held al the l.ions Club Park.  Right now there is no deadline  for enrolment, bul it's a benefit  lo have your name or child's  name in soon. You must have  egmont news  your own bows and arrows, for  styles of bow or further information contact Sun Sports or  Rob's Video.  Don't miss the fair  On Nov. 8 the health clinic  auxiliary will be hosting an Arts  and Crafts Fair in the communily hall in Madeira Park. Here's  a great chance to do some  Christmas shopping early.  The Pender Harbour Heallh  Centre will have an information  table at the fair, along with  heallh information pamphlets. A  questionnaire will also be available. The questionnaire is a  must lo fill out for our communily in effort lo help the society  understand what public health  related needs should be available in our area. If you happen  to miss lhe fair and would like  to contribute any ideas, please  don't hesitate lo gel your questionnaire al ihe clinic.  Also be sure to look for the  Si. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary  lable, which will be full of  crafts and Christmas baking.  Have a great day.  As the tide changes  A reminder that the Charity  Herring Sale will be held on  Dec. 5 at the government dock  from 9 am to 4 pm.  Popcorn buffs - popcorn is  lhe only one out of the five  types of corn to pop consistently because of its water content.  When Ihe water expands with  such pressure the hard starch  gives away, Ihe water bursts  out, causing the popcorn kernel  to explode.  Until next week - be good to  youself!  by Lynn Mees  The wedding of Maureen and Brian Parrott, which took place at  Ihe F-gmonl Communily Hall, was wonderful. The service was short  and sweet, and the bridal parly was stunning. The bride was beautiful. Maureen wore a satin cream-coloured dress, very elegant indeed.  And yes, the groom was handsome loo!. The beaming proud parents  were smartly dressed. After the service everyone gathered in the  ligmonl school for refreshments. Bird feed was thrown on the bride  and groom.  A large family dinner was held in ihe hall and then an open reception to follow. The band South Wind entertained us for the evening  and everyone had a ball. The band was well received and they did a  fine job of getting everyone to dance. The happy couple will be travelling to Thailand for Iheir honeymoon and plan to stay as long as  possible. Have fun you guys!  The kids at play group all got a haircut on Tuesday. Next week  it's the moms' turn. Julie, who is a professional hairdresser and a  mother of a Iwo month old boy, enjoys cutting hair and does a fine  job. I'm sure she would love to cut your hair if she can squeeze you  in between feedings.  Lots of snow in the mountains now, it's so beautiful, and one sure  can feel the cool wind sweeping down on our precious little town.  Lighting up Christmas  Rockwood Cenlre kicks off  the Christmas season with the  annual Light the Lights celebrations Friday, Dec. 4 at 7 pm.  The Rockwood gardens  come alive with lhe sights and  sounds of the holiday season  beginning with Ihe official  'throwing of the switch', which  transforms the area into a bright  and magical beacon of the  Christmas spirit. Sechell mayor  Nancy MacLarty is once again  well prepared for the task and  crews have begun Ihe arduous  task of stringing the kaleidoscope of lights.  Following the ceremonies in  the gardens, the community is  invited into the great hall for  hot chocolate and musical  entertainment. Local musicians  Reg Dixon and Harmony join  other entertainers in Tilling the  hall with the sounds of Ihe season. Area residents can warm  their hearts and vocal chords by  joining in the Carol sing-along.  Bring the whole famliy and  belt out your favourite Christmas tunes, guaranteed to get  even the grinchies among us  into the spirit.  Mark Friday, Dec. 4 on your  calendar as the day the Christmas season truly begins and  bring the family to the Rockwood Centre. Admission is  free. Call 885-2522 for further  details.  1992 24'6n WINNEBAGO SUNDANCER 400  ON NEW FORD CHASSIS  $39,999  1989 24' MOTORHOME  1990 24'MOTORHOME  $ 27,900  $29,900  NOT EXACTLY AS SHOWN  9*6" NORTHERN LITE FULL SIZE  Fiberglass Camper - Shower Model  $12,990  HAPPY HOLIDAY!  RENTALS*.' Coast News, November 23, 1992  11  feature  Have Fun - WIN $20  Canadian Hemochromatosis Society  Iron Overload - Sunshine Coast Branch  How many words can you get out ot the one word -  HEMOCHROMATOSIS ?  Name:    Address:    Phone:   Entrance Fee ol $2.00 to go toward Awareness  CLOSING DATE: DECEMBER 10,1992  Winner to be announced December 19,1992  MAIL TO: Box 157, Port Mellon, BC VON 2S0  Donations: $10 & up Tax Receipt   Membership: $10 per year __  Poking around aboard Chaudiere  Final preparations underway before destroyer is sunk in Sechelt Inlet  by Darah Hansen  It seems ironic that the people who are going to sink  Chaudiere are the same people  who, for the last two months,  have been making every effort  to keep it afloat.  In actuality that task has  fallen to just one man, Cavin  Crawford, a local member of the  Artificial Reef Society. Almost  daily, now that the weather has  turned wet, Crawford makes a  run out to the 366- ft., warship  and sets her pumps working.  Chaudiere could flip if the  decks collected too much water,  Crawford said, explaining that  the combination of her round,  caflc-prlilu.' keel and the emptiness of her hull - siphoned of oil  and fuels and stripped of much  of her machinery and parts -  makes her an easy target for the  forces of nature.  "Four inches of water over  200 feet adds up to quite a bit of  weight," he said.  But the weather has been  kind so far, causing only about a  10-degree list. The forces of  human nature have proved more  destructive. Crawford said people have been coming aboard  illegally, setting off firecrackers, strewing beer cans and  garbage throughout the deck.  All along the waterline of the  hull vandals have bravely  signed their names, encasing  their initials with hearts like on  a bathroom wall.  Crawford is glad it is almost  over. He thought the ship would  be down by now, sunk off  Kunechin Point. But having  only just received the permit  from the Ministry of Lands,  waiting yet on final word from  Environment Canada, the ship  remains afloat and Crawford's  duties are still needed.  And it's getting cold, too  cold to work on board without  the warmth of fire. Before a ban  issued by Environment Canada  a month earlier, Crawford said  he and other members of the  reef society clean-up crew were  burning excess paper trash and  dirty oil rags in a barrel atop the  steel deck. "They said we're not  allowed to bum al sea," said a  slightly disgruntled Crawford.  "Now we have to haul everything to shore."  Still, he likes to come aboard  and tour others around. Crawford won't be able to dive on it  after it's underwater. An injury  last year put an end to that. But  he's thrilled at the potential the  sunken ship holds for Sechelt's  reputation.  "I'm sick of everyone asking  'Where's Sechelt?' Hopefully  this will put us on the map."  Tht top three levels will be  accessible to divers, Crawford  explained. That includes the gun  house, the torpedo bay and  officers quarters. Anything  below, that will be sealed off  with metal bars, accessible only  to the fish. "It's just too dangerous," said Crawford. "Underwater it's easy to get lost."  He said the society has been  sensitive to every environmental  concern and rejected claims that  heavy 'bunker' oils still cling to  the inside of tanks and fuel  lines. The ship was scraped and  cleaned by the military years  ago, he said, adding the  'bunker' oil used on the ship  was basically just "glorified  diesel," so light that it would  rise to the surface of the flooded  fuel tanks. That hasn't  happened, said Crawford. He  said Environment Canada was  satisfied the oil was not a serious problem.  "And these guys have PhDs,"  he said, adding, however, that  Environment officials did miss  one full fuel line - it's since  been emptied, he said.  Crawford also dismissed  claims that machinery and other  nautical devices may still contain hydraulic fluids.  "We went through about 500  pounds of cleaning rags cleaning this thing up," said Crawford. It's only the odd time now,  when the ship rolls, that another  bit of oil might be found, "and  we soak that up right away," he  said.  Pointing to what he said was  the main fuel line, empty except  for the rust, Crawford said it's  been clean of fuels for 25 years,  "That's going to be a great place  for fish to go in."  He said items such as the  ship's refrigeration unit, guns,  torpedo bay and water cooler all  contained fuels and were  stripped by the military long  before the Chaudiere made the  trip to the Sunshine Coast.  And to charges of toxic anli-  fouling paint used by the Navy,  Crawford said he was angry  Chaudiere alone was targeted.  "That's stuff the Navy hasn't  used in about 45 years. There  are more boats in this harbour  that have more of that stuff than  this thing does."  Crawford said that because  Ihe destroyer is the first of its  kind lo be scuttled on the Coast,  the reef society has been working overtime to ensure everything is safe and clean. "It's  kind of overkill," he said.  First to go were Ihe fibre-  glass roofing (which sinks when  well and dangling wires - both  potentially hazardous to divers  swimming through the multiple  ^^^^^^^1A tEW1  _______r~���r~���n  ""*���\H  Ha    *       ]  ___m ��� -."in  m      TF    aT  SONY StWUtf*  SPP-75  10 Channel Cordless  Telephone with Noise  Reduction. Enhanced  7 day Battery. 10 Speed  Dialing. Out-of-Range Alert  $17995  SONY OF CANADA LTD.  AVAILABLE AT  Adventure ELECTRONICS  AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR RADIO SHACK  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS ��� 686-7215  Cavin Crawford beside one of Ihe diving portholes that have been  cut in the side of Chaudiere. Joel Johnstone pholo  compartments.  Crawford said he is sorry so  many important props had to be  removed but assures potentials  divers there are still "plenty of  goodies" left aboard to give the  ship a semblance of "reality,"  including map tables, gauges, a  refrigerator and toilets.  Stepping through large puddles forming on the lower deck,  he points down to where bubbles are appearing through Ihe  dark water of the flooded tanks.  "It's leaking through the propeller shaft. That's something  we've got to worry aboul."  Il won't take much to put  Chaudiere under when word  comes, said Crawford. A crew  of 10 men working for three  days will have it ready. Then  it's just "open up the main sea  cocks, flood the engine room  and boiler rooms and she sinks."  Made of finest English, quarter-inch steel, she's likely lo be  Ihere for the next 300 years,  Crawford said.  ,*t.V��.*il*iiV*i*i*tttt*i��.i��*^^  &^a^Tkh^!��  ^B  4th ANNUAL BALL |  at the new Senior  Citizen Centre  Saturday,  November 28th  DINE & DANCE  Live Music by  Jack Bourne Trio  $20 per person - Festivities begin at 6:30  MEMBERS & GUESTS WELCOME  Tickets available at Talewind Books 885-2527 or Wendy lavery Accounting 8854759  or by calling L. Farr 885-8884 or L. Hicks 885-7409  .*wvvvwvvyv*a*Ma*^^  Gibsons Legion Branch 109 J^Pk   ���      Dec 31  a     ��i)tpmtt ItCCam  New Year's Eve  Party  your choice of two bands  True Colours in the Lounne  Local Traffic In the liall  Tickets sold In advance only  at the bar SI<5 each  Dress Semi-Formal  ��>_ S^r INTERNATIONAL &J*     C  v^if* THURSDAY^NOVEMBER26-^7PM **S^  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26 - 7 PM  ADVANCE TICKETS $6 ��� DOOR $8  Coming Friday, Dee. 4  A Saturday, Doc. St  jerry doucette  Tlckafa available olOraninia'a Pub. th* Pmrfy Shop. Manx Mualt  ���H^^I^^Hi;   A Sl|r>+a(��'�� CattlnatrraM  ���--'���  ���������--���-���������������    ������������--���-�������� 12  Coasl News, November 23. 1992  Shop Easy has changed its name!  Why are we changing our  name after all these years?  Recently our main wholesaler, which owns the "Shop  Easy" name, asked us to  sign a new franchise agreement. Signing the agreement and remaining the  "Shop Easy" store would  radically change the way we  conduct business. We would  have lost a lot of the flex- standardized pricing with accustomed. We will con-  ibility we currently have in the smaller stores would tinue to supply the greatest  buying that has allowed us have meant price increases, selection  of top   quality  to bring you the selection So, after 35 years we are products   at   competitive  and quality of products you letting the name go. prices. We look forward to  have   enjoyed.   And   our the continuation of our 42  prices would have risen. The ownership of the store is year history as an inde-  Because we are so much not changing. pendent,      family-owned  larger than the usual "Shop You will see the same faces supermarket in Sechelt.  Easy"   store,   a   common and receive thie same good ,.,    j*.  advertising    policy    and service to which you are "  '*e 6/'**K**r*****  All this week we're officially  celebrating our re-namin   [____\\____\    \j.  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New Bfunsvw* E2L 4L3  Coupon explrei Sunday, Nov. ��  $4 nn'     '-"MoWtNIdTrMsma*ofK-MloogCan-Mttlnc C'99t 14 Coast News, November 2 J, 1992  \   LICHTEN UP   \     ' (   il\l   ll   .1 hull    111 ,|    ll__lll  llll   ,11/11  Iiiiiiii   ,i ilh i vi tint" in ,i  ln'ltlm"  (hn iiiiiMilliiiih mu \hn,i   \mi  Sechelt Lighting  885-9417 ��� 5609 Hwy 101, Socholt  leisure  Andreas Schroeder (far right) and Patrick Lane (far (left)  provide instruction and insight on writing to members of Ihe  Festival of lhe Written Arls' writers In residence workshop.  Roxanne Gregory pholos  THE KIDS ARE THERE.  DRIVE WITH CARE!  ICBC & YOUR LOCAL POLICE  i%  M���U.   -    V\-JLJ   I       J    IJ-.U..  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Torch On, Durolds   883-9303   Miss Sunny's  H.UR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Cart. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gruwol, ClooHncj  Septic SyrrtatMiis  883-9222  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  Writers in residence workshops offer  hints and help for inspired Coast scribes  by Roxanne Gregory  Fog silhouettes lhe trees across the visla  from the steps of the Rockwood Lodge  annex, Patrick Lane's easy laugh ripples  across the autumn afternoon. Lane, a former  Governor General Award winner and author  of 13 volumes of poetry, is one of ihis year's  outstanding line up of authors chosen for Ihe  Festival of Ihe Wrillen Arts Wrilcrs in Residence program.  This Ihree-day workshop          has Lane working wilh 12  "students," many of whom are  already established writers.  "There is remarkable talent  in this group," said Lane. "One  of the best I've ever had and  I've been doing this sort of  thing for years.  "They are an eclectic lot  who have bonded together  quite quickly, rather like prisoners in a gulag.  "What's wonderful about           Rockwood is that it's both  workshop and retreat. The majority of people come from distant places. People drop  their regular reality. Their husbands, Iheir  wives, Iheir lovers, Iheir dogs aren't here,  and Ihere is Ihis tremendous release. People  leave quite revitalized and you can see lhat  in their work."  Lane continues, "The workshop process  is quite simple. A person reads their poem  and then they can't comment on it. Then  there is a sort of round table discussion. My  job is to facilitate this process. All writing  comes out of ourselves.  "Poems are written aboul really deep feelings. The death of a mother, the loss of a  lover, those sorts of things. I avoid the psychotherapeutic analysis of literature ... We  look at the technical problems in Ihe work. Is  the theme, the idea or the character well  developed? Are there problems with the  rhythm or pattern? Are the images right ...  did we use the right noun, the right verb, all  objects have their resonant values.  'They are an  eclectic lot who  have bonded  together quite  quickly, rather  like prisoners  in a gulag'  ���Parttch lane  "A writer's life is essentially a life of solitude, except when you re-emerge from the  hole where your typewriter or computer is;  and it's in Ihose back rooms where you  develop bad habits.  "In an atmosphere like this workshop we  can explore those bad habits. We have a real  mix of ages in this group which creates a  beautiful kind of harmony."  A relaxed and philosophical Lane puffs          on an ancient meerschaum  pipe, "Teaching is one of the  great learning experiences.  " I feel I owe this to the  community, because people  helped me when I was a  young, beginning writer.  "Earl Birne, Irving Layton,  Dorothy Livesay, these people were incredibly generous  and they took the time with  me.  "I don't want to be the last  writer. I want  people to keep  "The great thing about this is thai some  people will go home, exhausted, but Ihe triumph is a completed work."  Schroeder, a veteran of other national  writers-in-residence programs, spoke about  the process: "People give me their work and  sign up for a conference. I read the work and  then we discuss it.  "They revise, rewrite and resubmit. I  don't care if it's three o'clock in Ihe morning. I'm willing to work with them when  they need it. Of course this makes it  extremely intensive and exhausting.  "For some participants, this is the most  they have ever written in a three-day period.  For this group the process has been extremely successful.  "The group has been unusual in that they  are all women. The well established writers  brought the younger ones right with them.  The group dynamic has been tremendous.  Some people have had up to a dozen individual conferences wilh me, and the work has  just flowed.  "Writing operates on a high  on writing. Oddly enough after "Writing Operates   octane of self confidence. If  30 years I realize I really do Mob */ou 'ose '" -/ou c<u''' t'�� an*f''  know a lot about it. This kind  of process helps me to revitalize my writing as well."  Inside the annex, a slight,  bearded and bespectacled  Andreas Schroeder pores  intently over a student's  manuscript. Schroeder, author  of 11 books, screenplays and  radio dramas, has taken a different approach with his group  of eight.  "I realized by looking at the manuscripts  submitted thai these people were well along  in the writing process," he says. "They are  not beginners.  "One woman has seven published non-  Action books, and I thought that the best use  of our time would be served not by writing  exercises, but by round the clock writing and  one-on-one conferences.  octane 6fse{f  confidence.  If you lose it  you can't do  anything'  -Andreas Schmeder  thing. If you have il you can do  anything, eveiTthings you1  never dreamed you could."  One of Schroeder's students,  former Powell River News  reporter and freelance writer  Judith Isabella, was pleased  with the workshop.  "I was afraid we would have  to do all of those sort of "first  year," writing exercises, and  that wasn't what happened. Andreas is very  supportive. I liked his approach ... he read as  if he were a reader and gave us so much  direct feedback."  The calibre of writing was very high, and  Ihe reading last night was invaluable experience."  Rockwood Centre will be hosting further  three-day Writers in Residence workshops in  mid-April next year.  Gibsons Legion Br.#109  r  Prom Vancouver's Country Circuit ���  Tho Duo  * JRUE COLOURS  *J   mi. > sat., mov. ay * ae  Saturday, December 5  Roberts  Creek  Annual  Firemen's  Bingo  Doors Open 6 pm ��� Early Bird 7:15 pm  Roberts Creel*.  Community Hall  Tickets on sale at the  Roberts Creek General Store  ���������,.,..i.,.,ji, ..j i.,  David Morgan strums oul a tune as during one of Iwo evenings  of lurn-of-lhe-century acts at the Roberts Creek Hall pul on by  the Driftwood Players. Joel Johnstone photo  on the arts beat  Ross McElwee's great achievement in the film Sherman's March  is his expression of wonder at the women he encounters as he  retraces Old Tecumseh's devastating march through the South.  In the film, he confronts a series of women, both new acquaintances and old girlfriends, with chronically unresolved relationships,  and documents their various responses.  The women's performances encompass an awesome range: again  and again in the film their fictions outstrip those of the film maker,  compelling his respect and admiration. At the end of these encounters he has, incidentally, provided the viewer with a first-rate movie.  In Search of the Last Good Man, (1989) a short feature, rounds  out the program. Directed by Peg Campbell, it was the winner of a  Genie for the Best Live Action Short Drama award.  The films will be shown al the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre, Trail  & Medusa, on Wednesday Nov. 25 at 8 pm. Admission is $5. Coast News, November 23, 1992  15  sports  Sharks emerge victorious from carnage  The lowly Sunshine Coast Sharks  received a real boost in confidence last Friday evening when Ihey won Iheir first league  games of the season. The lasl-place Sharks  handed Ihe PoCo Blues their first loss of Ihe  season, 7-4, in an exciling contest.  The Blues basically iced Ihe same leam  that blew out the young Sharks Ihe week  before 10-1, but Friday night was a different  game altogether.  This lime it was the Sharks who received  some of the lucky bounces; and with a  strong firsl period led by Big Billy Slock-  well, and little brother Rob, playing together  wilh Ted Anderson, Ihe Sharks jumped oul  to a 4-0 firsl period lead.  While Ihe score was lopsided, certainly  the game was closer, only because of the  sensational netminding of Keith McKcnzie,  who continues lo shine for Ihe Sharks.  First win of season  After Iheir besl single period in two  years, the Sharks expected Ihe Blues lo  throw everything at them early in the second  period. And with four straight penalties  called against Ihem early, it would have been  easy to make excuses and fold ... but the  Sharks had some exceptional penalty-killing  by Cliff McLaine and Brian Poulsen on the  back line, Darren Kohuch and Glen Smith  up front.  The Sharks held onto the fragile lead  heading into Ihe third period, 4-2.  The third period showed lhat the Sharks  are slowly building some character into their  team. Wilh more penalties and losing key  players at inopportune limes, it would have  been easy once again lo make excuses, bul  the players were as determined as they've  been, and answered each PoCo goal wilh  one of Iheir own.  Certainly the offensive talents of Slock-  well and David Paelkau were appreciated by  a good-sized crowd, wilh Paelkau especially  dangerous every lime he was on Ihe ice. In a  wide open, action packed game, the young  Sharks finally gol that long awaited WIN.  The leam heads to town this weekend for  a double header against another lough leam,  the Burnaby Beavers, but the Sharks will be  excited aboul Ihe challenge now lhat Ihe  "monkey is off iheir back," and knowing  thai they did, in fact, outplay Ihe league-  leading Blue.  Nexl games for the home fans will be a  Salurday night/Sunday afternoon weekend  double-header Nov. 28 and 2�� against the  always strong Seattle Indians.  Eight-year-old Bradley Plows with three trophies he won in Ihe lasl six weeks during the BC  Arenacross Championships in Cloverdale. Plows finished second overall. Stuart Burnside photo  Plows  places  second in  province  Eight-year-old Bradley  Plows has taken second  place in the province for his  motorcycle prowess.  Over Ihe lasl six weeks  Plows has participated in a  series of Ihree BC Are-  anacross Championship  races in Cloverdale, taking  one fourth place finish and  Iwo seconds lo win his second place overall status.  Plows rides in Ihe 50 cc  category.  "Brad didn't gel much  practice in this summer,"  said his father, Don Plows,  "he broke his arm.  It was not a riding injury,  his father said, he broke his  arm falling from a tree.  "He's never been seriously  hurt riding."  Last year Plows was second place overall in Ihe  Lower Mainland Molorcross  Association and fifth place  ihe year before.  bridge corner  by Rudy Notzl  The charity game was a close contest between Pat Ashby playing  with Doris Housley and Louise Nichol with Marg McCrodan. When  the dust settled, Pat and Doris won by four tenths of a match point  (according to the new rules a difference of as little as one tenth establishes the winner). The win is worth 2.67 master points lo Pal.  Gwenda Thain with Marjorie Paterson came third and Joy Middle-  ton with Maria Chatham, fourth. The charity game raised $ 132.  Leam How lo Play Bridge or How lo Play it Belter - Part VI:  The system highlighted in these series is the same as you might  have seen on the PBS TV program under the name of Club Series. It  was designed to take the frustration out of bidding and make it easier  for new players to join this intriguing game, by using four questions  to come up with the right response.  As soon as you answer yes to a question, you make the appropriate  response and go back to daydreaming. The first question "Can I raise  the opener's major?" was answered last time and a second question is  "Do I have a weak hand?" 0 - 5 HCP. If the answer is yes - you pass.  Third question "Can I have a new suit at one level?" - you can  name any suit with four card or longer holding.  Ihe last question "Do I have a minimum hand?" 6 - 10 points  covers quite a variety of situations and the answer is - 1 no trump.  You might wonder what you do with hands of 11 or more points  (remember we are still accounting for lengths of suits rather than  shortness), the answer: You can go lo the two level in your response.  Once you have made a bid, you become 'The Responder' and acquire  in this system the responsibility to guide the 'partner-ship' to a safe,  contract (harbour). To be continued.  ACBL Contest: Pal Ashby, first; Jean Coyle, second; and B.J.  Miller, third.  Suncoast Cup oldtimers hockey tournament revived  After a two-year absence, Ihe  Suncoast Cup hockey tourney is  returning to the Coast with a 10-  leam format Dec. 4,5,6.  As well as the fun-filled  weekend of hockey the Old-  timers will enjoy, it should also  be a boost to the local economy  with close lo 100 extra  "tourists" in our communily  shopping, eating and enjoying  our coast.  Games will begin Friday  evening, and continue all day  Saturday, wilh the play-offs  being held Sunday.  A treat for local hockey fans  will be a visit by lhe Vancouver  Canuck Oldtimers, who will be  returning to our community for  an exhibition game with some  of our commercial hockey  league all-stars.  The game will be held in  conjunction with the old-timers  tournament, and is an entertaining afternoon with the likes of  Dave "Tiger" Williams, Gary  Lupul, Dune Wilson, Dennis  Kearns and many more names  from the past.  Sunday afternoon Dec. 6.  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FMWMf  Yamaha's new  Stem Drive  pM,.,��r��,   COTTRELLS   TM    Boa,.,,,,,*  c.(IHIf. IW1ARIM8E     SFRVICE    Lai StOHAtil  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  GIBSONS: 886-0225   SECHELT: 885-6422  fa Putt *j %i*i, 0* Stu %mu*__  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  ENTERPRISES  Welding and Fabricating ��� Equipment Repairs  Steel ��� Stainless Steel * Aluminum  Bervlng the Foreet, Marine end Construction  Industrie* on the Sunahlne Coast  SHOP & MOBILE  HOWARD LAND       M6-3231        CIL. M9-0431  in/t'if   .i(h;i'itiMiit| liert!  i"il lie readinrf .iliout  rself - Ami so would  everybody else  DESIGN  EMERaAIJ) DESIGNS  i>  RESIDENTIaU DESIGN & CONTRACTING  COMMERCIA1 INTERIOR DESIGN  886-3969  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday  Nov. 24,1992  7:00pm  A Discussion on Bill #84  "Live" phone-in  Join Ernie Tjensvold lo discuss Ihe new labour code.  7:30pm  Arts Update  Chuck Tkachuk's guest this month is Beverly Tanchak  8:00pm  Drug Abuse...Adult Rehabilitation on the Sunshine Coast  "Live" phone-in  Kieth McNichol from the Port Mellon Mens Rehab Centre and  host Charlotte Mallory  8:30pm  State of the Art  Gary Kelly  Woodturner Gary Kelly demonstrates his art.  9:00pm  An Introduction to Toastmasters  Wednesday  Nov. 25,1992  7:00pm  A Future for Health Care on Ihe Sunshine Coast ?  Ray Skelly, Dr. Jim Petzold and an audience  with host Jane Sorko.  9:00pm  The Time Has Come  From the Canadian Mental Heallh Association.  5 YEARS AGO  Gibsons Mayor Diane Strom  celebrated her election victory  lasl weekend wiih husband,  family, friends and supporters.  Election nighl in the Gibsons  area saw two serious car accidents. In one a hydro pole was  severed on Ihe highway causing  the fire department to be called  due to arcing electricity. In Ihe  second accident a car pulling  oul of Andy's Restaurant was  broadsided by another vehicle.  10 YEARS AGO  The Village of Sechelt has  been given 160 acres of crown  land by the provincial government for a community park, ll is  located within Ihe village  boundaries at the west end of  Harbour Way and Ripple Way  and is worth approximately  $320,000.  Volunteer firemen answered  what may be their last call to  the Sechell Fire Hall as they  rushed to Choquer & Sons in  East Porpoise Bay to find an  engine fire had been extinguished. Firemen will be working oul of the new hall al Trail  Avenue beginning Ihis week.  15 YEARS AGO  Ken's Lucky Dollar owner  Bill Edney was lavish in his  praise of the Gibsons Volunteer  Firemen after a Tire started in  his warehouse behind the produce counter. "Another few  minutes and the whole thing  might have gone up," said  Edney.  25 YEARS AGO  Fred Feeney has announced  he will seek election as Chairman of the Gibsons Council  with present Chairman Wes  Hodgson seeking re-election. It  is reported Gerry Dixon may  seek election as councillor and  Jim Drummond will seek reelection.  35YEiUlSAGO  Three new hydro-electric  generating stations will be officially added lo the BC Electric  system. The three stations,  totalling 260,000 horsepower.,  are the Cheakamus, Clowhom  and LaJoie generating slalipns!3  45 YEaiRS AGO  Beverly Burley, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Norman Burley of  Sechelt is crowned Queen of the  Fail Bail al the University of  British Columbia.  SCRD grapples with fridge problem  by Jane Seyd  They're a bulky mess, and  they're an environmental problem.  And regional directors are  hoping to find a sound way to  get rid of the old fridges which  end up in either shoved into the  bush, on someone's back porch  or sitting at the landfill.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  leave your rare., at hnme with us  Pet / Animal Care  Mail Clearing and Forwarding  lndi.nr Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Hume Check or Live-In Service  CALL SHARON 885-2228  One solution recently put to  a BC Hydro spokesman is to  piggy back on to the company's  Power Smart program, which  currently provides free pick-up  and dismantling of old but still  functioning refrigerators.  Under that  pro-    ____________  gram,   25,000   old <w-ee Mdoe-  fridges from different ' S*ejnag,es  areas   around   the slipped down   district has had trou-  province have been _ ravine OT     ble 8e,tin8 lhem re"  land that Hydro consider a cooperative project with the  regional district to lake fridges  that don't work off the Coast to  be recycled as well.  Currently fridges are accepted at the Sechelt landfill, where       they are stored in a  special area.  Bul the regional  ��(  Ctulii* Hs** - WnUk  ^^       iMtewoafiasuiat  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branches Coast To Coast���  taken apart and had  both their hulks and a  total of 2200 kg of  freon (CFCs) from  their cooling systems  recycled at the compa-  ny's plant on Annacis Island  The program expands to residents in the Lower Mainland  area (which in BC Hydro's  terms includes the Sunshine  Coasl) in December 1992.  In other rural areas of the  province, BC Hydro has paid for  storage of the old fridges, then  transported them to the recycling plant in trailer loads.  Regional directors expressed  support for the program, but  shoved off  into the bush'  ���Jervmy Frith  moved from the  Coast to recycling  facilities, because BC  ferries regards the  CFCs in their cooling  systems as hazardous  material.  Meanwhile, said director  Jeremy Frith, "I see fridges  slipped down a ravine or shoved  off into the bush," where hulks  continue to discharge ozone-  damaging freon into the environment.  Scotland said taking old  fridges off Vancouver Island by  ferry has noi been a problem for  BC Hydro.He said Hydro would  consider the directors' request  asked spokesperson Jeff Scot-      for a co-operative program.  CLIP & SAVE    i  0 bc ferries Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANQDALE  Leave Langdale       Leave Horseshoe Bay  6:20 am     4:30 pm 7:30 am  8:30 6:30       9:30 M  10:30        8:20 M    11:30  12:25 fmmi.��X, 1:15 pm  ���J.-m   On M��V 24,1913 ONLY than martial,  '���***'   L��wH-rf��aHaWSi>l1:00imlaawtj  EARLS COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  3:30  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  Leave Earls Cove  6:40 am     4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30        8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am   3:30 pm  7:35        5:30 M  9:30 M     7:30  11:30      9:20  M-damht     TXw attaint! nUagi Pac 21, M, Ml 17, Ml im,  MaiarkkSiii   .V" 1,10,11,12,1W����n *',��,����, ���','���**���  Lam brl Con iiM tm. Lam SaNary Say litttaa.  Your mainland connection.  Service is our business.  885-6102  ���  669-8238 (toll free) 18  Coast News, November 23,1992  Tahe Adx'antagr ofoitr IVvzv Classified Ad Special  -��*Z.t��9* your- classified ezxezt & times  *awrci ppciy for- orriy 2 times/  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  aaasB Gibsons &  ���* Sechelt Offices  UV  VESTER INTERIORS  ��NajMl a  ��� fajapaK Hooa>n  aaaai  BILL 886-3463  1560 sq it 3 yr old rancher. W  Sechell Close lo comei store ana  school 3 Mint. 2 Oath, living rm  family rm. 2 cat garags wth ,w  ei. lenced back yaid $144,900  8BS-4421 No agents please 49v>  Cleared 2.' aces wilh ocean  view. Soames Point area  $140,0M. &H6-3360 TFN  Homes &  Property  ������ ome on Redioolls Rd. ' acie  lev. subdivtoabie na/bacK lane,  lenced pad. lott and garden, 2  Ddtm 5 appl. nydio. lei. city  water Sepaiate garshop Asking  $152, 500 984-6347 or rem $875.  lasqueti Island 20 acie oiganic.  homestead, gaidens, oichaid.  1400 sg 11 home $135,000.  Phone 474-5935 ss  LANGDALE  by owner. 6 mtti old 3 bdrm rancher 2 balhs w. soaker tups Sunken  living loom Vaulted ceiling, l/p.  2.6 const double gaiage 886-  8344 $147,500 1.300 sail. 1723  Jennsen 47w  QIBSONS VIEW LOT  L argn comet lol on prestigious  Oceanmount Blvd Close lo all  amomties $88,000 Call Ron  Muben.g 581 8400 Ol 885 7818  Sullon Group Guildford Cenlie  Realty *7i  NATIONAL  NRS GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  2yr  S75  ��� 25  lYL  toe  a so  4.1%  Ml  t.75  5&  9 25  S.7I  ______ Bank f__* Ran 100%  A complimentary  Market Evaluation  of " your property  ia available by calling  ���Jerry Ridgewell  Olf:886-2277/Res:886-0240  7 Love To Sell Real Estate'  Homes &  I'loperty  View lot. Hiimesl Rd. Flal. leady  lo buM 886-2751 49cn  3 ��� 5 bdrm lamily home. Mermaid  St. 1/2 block Irom schools, man  Fenced garden, carpon. large  workshop Ocean and mountain  views $150,000 Bo�� 706.  Sechell No agenls 49cn  Wanted Young lamily man seeks  3 ��� 4 bdim house wilh some von-  dor financing Call Alan 1-926-  9259 49cn  Pnme \i2 acie plus VIEW lol.  Robens C'oek Pnvale mad leads  lo sile localed behind waleilront  piopeity Close lo beach, store  $89,000 885 0905 48cn  West Sechell Built to lockup  3200 sq II. 2 slorey home wilh  ocean view 885-2556       48cn  BUILD VOUR FUTURE IN  HALFMOON BAV  1'2 acie Ingh, d>y building site1  Wonderlul neighbourhood,  schools, parks, elc Oily $49,000'  Mary Sulheiiand 736 3441 Canada liusl 47w  752 Hwy 10l,50��268lol.3bdltl>  oldet house. $165,000 886-9049  ss  OPEN HOUSE  834 Tiawlee Place. Sunday. Nov.  22 t Nov. 29. i-3pm. New 1400  sq. It. up. Nice area close to  schools and shopping.      H47W  CLASSIFICATIONS  1. Hoim tm Pnpejetf  i  a.  a. Inl  S. Thaws* You  S. Pereowol  7. Annouracoavvont  S. Rocroollon  S. WetMlnge *  10. Lool  11. Found  11. Pete i LiVottock  IS. Music  14. Trovol  15. Wanted  IS. Free  17. OoroaoSoloa  IS. Barter �� Trtnte  is.  BI. Per Bate  tt. Hoevy Equipment  ��. Autos  S4. Tnieka  IS. Comport  M. Marina.  XI. Mobile Horrato  M. MoloreyclM  IS. Wonted to Rant  SO.  31. For Ron!  92.  Commorclol for Ront  EMortaanmont  Help Wonted  IS. BuoIimoo ond Homo  Sovvleoo  M. Work Wonted  Child Core  Bu.lrutt OpoortunHIo*  Level  SI.  M.  37  31.  3t.  40. TooLatoloClooally  opopo^^ __  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ������ People Places wm  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIBS  Francis Peninsula Place 8HJW1  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre HH) 2888  In Halfmoon Bay  H&J STORE HHS-Wi  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK (iENERAI. ST( )RE 885-M00  00 PM THURSDAY  m  In Sechelt  THB COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Sired B8M930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  5J7 Cruice Lane (behind Dockslde Pharmacy)  886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Dave Orr and his great staff will help you place  your classifieds at AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Places In Pender Harbour.  A skytul ol stars to the Setvice  Depl at Sunshine GM Thanks.  guys. Aurora. #47cn  We wish to extend our sinceie  thanks to family, friends, neighbours and co-workers tot the  cards, flowers and messages ol  sympathy as well as then love ana  support in the days since Terry s  death Special acknowiedgerraeni  musl be made to lrma and Mai  Salter. Debbie Brown and John  Ronmngen, Melanie Wheelihan.  Kail Paine:, Gordon Costello. me  Hanson lamily. 'Fnck 'n' Frack  Construction' I Jack, Garnet. Ken.  Buck and Don), Mary Lindblom.  Blur Sikina, Mark Dove. Nancy  Bell. Joyce Suveges. and Gibsons  legion Br 1109 Executive. Ladies  Auxiliary, Dans Club and Members. Thanks also to Ihose who  attended terry's 'Farewell party'  and shared men memories ot him  He will always be remembered  with love and smiles  unda and Ten Jossul. Helen Bar  run Stephen and Bryan Jossul.  47cn  We buy beer bollles and beet  cans, paying SOt/dor 8868039  TFN  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  Writing |ob dtscrlptlons  Nov. 27 $15. 9-12 pm For more  mlo call 885 68B1 Volunieei and  Inio Centie 47cn  BROOKS I MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  I irvm.imaanl  ImntyPmm  a. Ml:,,*>,�� ���1  Ih.lle.'tnm  Bill Wood  SECHELT  COUNSELLING  Specializing in anger, depression.  eating disorders. Mary Pinmger,  M.A.. H CC 885-0887.       48cn  ANDERSON REALTY  . Racrtstlon ��� flttlismant  * Rtlocitlon  FREE  CATALOGUE  560R Cowrie St, Box 1219  Soclwll. BC . VON 3A0  M5-321I FAX MS-JIM  Van Toll Fraje M4-001S  ^  ILLIISIOMS  Ptarnraj A SokW r*coaoa*a*i?  Ilhjsions Ftestaurant has Ml  facilities lor large or small  groups. Banquet or  a-la-caitemeruavatatte.  For moie intormaliori call  8850900  Two view lots lot sale by owner,  Tuwanek aiea. 885-0285.I47W  Affordable quality home by builder.  1400 sq. II. up. lge recioom or  potential in-law down. Nice area,  close io all amenities. Call Craig or  Heather 886-2352. ��4BW  3 bdrm 2 level house, 240tt.x85tt.  lol. 30x15 workshop Madeira  Pa*. $85,000.874-2213    48cn  Wanted - private purchase, building lot, Roberls Creek area - or  proximity. Preler view lol. 929-  6071. I48W  LOT FOR SALE  Lol 5 Vista Fiord Estates overlooking lerry - besl view on Coasl.  885-5429 47W  'PATTI IS FORT Just one month  logo until Dec. 21. #47cn  Vour lite is in your hands. Palmistry and I Chmg leadings by  Domelria. Foi inquiries and  appointments please call 885-  0261. ��49W  Attractive lady would like company  ol gentleman 55-65. Interested in  gardening, Iravel and walking.  Reply to Box 367 c/o Box 460  Coast News, Gibsons, BC    49w  For rent: 1 parking space in Horseshoe Bay, neai ferry. Avail. Mon-  Fri. 524-1753 49w  Did you know first dass word processing and laser printing is available In Gibsons? Conlidenlial  Secretarial Services lsfj-4740.  49cn  Individual and family counselling,  also addiction, abuse and anger  management and issues. Bill  Hendry Cole, M.S. Roberts Ck.  685-0282. H48W  Protessionai Skate  Sharpening and Repair at  Trail Bay Spores  Drop-Olio  Pender Haibour ��� Socholt Shell  Socholt ��� Trail Boy Sports  Qlbeons * Frantrunnero  ItWaanaia I'art Ptaa.)  Rockorfng  Blede Roplocomont  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7863,24 hour line.TFNIndivid-  ualized art classes! Quality supplies! Paintings, drawings or portraiture lor sale! Call artist Laata  WilliamSen 886-8782.        48cn  .IK  representing  Vltlt   at watwhouf  5631 Wharf Rd.  883-7171  BRIAN & ANNE  PARKER  We have purchasers for  Sunshine Coasl properties  Your buyer ts likely in Grealei  Vancouver or major cities  east and soulh.  We know  how to reach them!  See our marketing plan and  you'll want oui listing team  working tor you.  Ph: Pager 623-5116  Res: 925-2427  SUTTON GROUP  SENTINEL REALTY  1990 35' Terry Resort, lhat looks  as good as any '92 and worth  $16,500. I'm looking for land wilh a  value anywhere Irom $16,500 lo  $25,000. Any ideas? Call Ken at  886-9681 or lax 886-0399    49w  Ocean view lol, Gower Pt. area.  $80,000.886-6497. 48cn  1/2 acre lol Lohn Rd. Redioolls,  controlled subdivision, $49,500.1-  228-9680. ss  46' x 330' ol prime low bank waterliont in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be lixed up for  recreational or rental use Proper  ty zoned Touiist Commeicial (C-  2). Double gaiage plus stoiage  shed. $189,500, Phone Jenniler  1-689-7070. ss  Af Your Service  CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE  POTTERY - WOOOTURNINQ ��� POTTERY  PAT FOREST ��� Vvhaelthroavn pottery 1 ���laMUdunl murals  OAHY KELLY ��� Handlumed functional 1 artistic puces  tforn local wood..  ALAN GROUT - Slab S extruded accent piece.  A tunctlorual potawy.  Cloy foams potion/  11040]  a. Kelly WoodhinaVn    Font Pottery  fitMol  CJ2HEJM.  FOBaWlaVTI  Wo will bo open:  j   Frl.Nov.27  : 7pmto10pm  | Sat.Nov.28  10am to 5pm  Sun. Nov.29  10am to 5pm  Mary Kay has the latest colours lor  fall! Everything you need to create  a more beautilul you. Also an  exciting line of fragrances, body  mousse, and powders. Great ideas  lor Christmas gilts! Call Yvonne  Valancius. 886-4643.        nw  FITNESS FOR FREEl  7:30 pm every Mon. eve. at Fitco.  743 North Rd., Gibsons. This is  your chance to gel your Illness  program slatted with STEP aerobics. NO CHARGE - just call lo  reserve your step. 886-4606 TFN  Think Christmas  ^ Snap %|  * HUNTER GALLERY *T  Open 7 day. a week - 10-4  Comer School Rd.  A Gower Pi Kd  Upstairs 886-9022  Joe Walker  885-2235 or 885-7818  if you are thinking of buying  or selling property anywliere  on the Sunshine Coast and  want a professional who xmll  really work for your interests,  please give me a call.  p.V. Hf*Uee  ���BMZIUflHTRflbeS  Exclusive Chrittmas Gifts  from Soulh America  Derailed Slaine Srulhiuira  Wood Carving. If Batik.  Silver, Ctyalal it (lem.  Raw Slone* (Quartz, etc.)  Agate le Amethyst Georiea  Obelisk. & Sphere, on  Various Rocks  Polialied Agale Coasier  Book End Seta  Exquisite Clay Amazon Pottery  ChrnMuu Specials  10% -tn Selected Items  Wholesale Prices ��� No GST  Hours: Tues. Ir Wed. I  4:30 n  Thurs, Fri * Sal 10 am  rm pm  ���379 Ncamao Rd. (off Mason Rd.)  WeatSeckek-SBMng  U.F.A.W.U.  Annual Herring Salt  Dec. S&6/92  Gibsons Wharf  Proceed* lo Ulna Club  GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT  Craniosacral, Shiatsu, Polarity,  Reiki. 20 yrs prolessional bodywork practitioner offers pain relief  and relaxa lion. Usha 886-2750.  51cn  WILSON  CREEK PLAZA  Sat. Dec. 5,12 <\ 19  Table Rental  available for  Craftspeople  & Artisans  $8 per day   ^  Call Anita  885-0877  1  DISCRIMINATING  TRAVELLERS!  Expect more than Sunshine Irom  your nexl Hip? Unsure how lo get  what you wanl? Foi expert help  phone Chiis. GREAT CIRCLE  TRAVEL CONSULTANTS, 885-  8933, Itinerary Planning Specialists.  We ennch youi Overseas Tiip wilh  a Customred itinerary. You claim  a FULL REFUND ol oui $40 lee  when you book Ihe trip at Elite  Travel. 886-3381  Phone lot out flyer ol personalised  services: Greal Circle Cruiselours:  Home Visits in Europe, Australia.  New Zealand. Caribbean, many  more cultural programs and our  TRAVEL VALUE PUN    47w  Kenmore washer/dryet white,  working cond. 686-4733 aftei 6  pm  47cn  Top ol the tne Maytag dishwasher, paid $1000. make me an oiler.  886-3592. ��47W  Pertect winlet projecl! Completed   GrMnhou5, ������,., nMde(, ,or  rnoJd/plans - 16II. row boal lo be  built wilh cedai strips. Finished  boat can be seen, $250. 885  7227. I47W  Anus 885-2923  Res. 885-5058  Class ot '83 Reunion meeting.  Dec 3.7:30 pm. Cedars Pub or  Phone 886-4553 48w  Does someone in youi lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al Anon  686-9903, 885-7484, 866-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565. NC  2 gold tings: one gold with purple  stone and one gold wilh two  hearts. Please phone 885-5150 or  866-2751 47cn  LOST PUPPYI Blown lemale  chocolate lab/springer spaniel  cross 6 mos. old. White patch on  chest, last seen in Selma Park  area. $100 reward. Please phone  w/anyinloB85-9248/885-251247w  I melt ok) puppy Keith Rd. all  black, brown feet. Answers to  ���Hartey' 686-0112. Please call il  you have seen him, missed dearly  by 2 1/2 year old Hailey.     47cn  Missing - Small tabby, one year  old, unneut. male Irom Reed Rd.  area. Black and tan-striped with  white under chin, lour white paws.  'Debit' is desperately missed and a  reward is offered. 886-7889 or  884-5223 ext. 393. MTW  Lost - a prescription pair ol ladies  sunglasses. Please call 686-8111  or 886-4709. M7w  Comei ol Bals Lane S Glen Rd., 6-  7pm. Nov. 16. Electric guitar.  Country gentleman, dark brown,  molher ol pearl insert. In black  case w/red lining. Reward  Ottered, no quettloni aikad.  StMSM. I47cn  beginning of Jan '93 I provide the  seeds II you can provide the time  and expertise to bnng them Irom  germination lo the hardening oil  stage. 886-9168 49w  Large 5' to 6' braided rug Blue,  oval or round 886-9346      48w  .1:4 sire accoustic guitar lot begm-  net. 886-2429. 49cn  Used waler bed in good condition.  Reasonable price 885-6336.48cn  Children's downhill ski gear, 100-  120 cm skiis, tools, poles, bindings. 886-3841 48w  Person lo spare on Wednesday  night bowling league. 886-4577 or  886-9124 48w  Deeihides loi drums. Call Celtic  Crafts 886-2844. 46w  Private, secluded spot lor my trailer and 1.686-0998 47cn  Photographer requires cow wilh  lull udder lor photo. Will considei  goat. Leave message at 886-2622.  TFN  Trailer suitable lor I person, lo  occupy Oct. thru Dec. 886-9563  TFNs  Oak lining loom suite, 48* round,  22' leal. Foui chairs $375 885  7872 49w  While rattan table. 36'glass lop, 4  swivel arm chaiis, 4' loam cueh-  rons. $650 42 170 dik blown lining table with 2x15 leaves. 4 side  chairs, 2 captains chairs, $950.  6116-9062      49on  Skiar Peppier chesterfield and  loveseal, conlenipo-aiy Huea/roie  tweed. As new liom smokelroe  home, $800 683-2899        4Bw  2 twin slie box spnngs and mat-  tresses. Clean, $75 ea. 8880714.  Itn  Twin sire box spring, malltess  Excel cond $150 885-4599 47cn  GREAT BUY  Cheslerlield, chair and loveseat,  recliner, kilchen table with chairs,  colfee table and dresser, patio ML  All in excellent shape. $600.886-  7323 48cn  Oak dining toom suile, 6 chairs,  china cabinet. Beautilul condition  $2000.886-7323 48cn  Steel tubular bunk beds, c/w  matching bookcase, heavy duty,  exc. quality, versatile layout  arrangement, red, as new, $475:  dining table, 7' solid carved rosewood, 2 leaves, 8 chairs, brand  new, top quality, absolutely beautilul, compiele sacrifice, $3,000.  Leave message at 885-7827.  I47W  Bailis Rock Maple end table wilh  drawer, $275 OBO. 886-0968.  ���47W  12.Pets  and Livestock  WOMEN  NURTURE YOURSELF. ELLEN  BESSO, TRACER BODYWORK.  1/2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE. 886-  8864 47w  Horse owners, cheap stabling, top  of Lockyer Rd, RC. 885-479449w  Chesapeake -Bay/Lab X puppies  available Dec. 1, $200. Pager II-  979-4138 numerical messaoe only.  Geese and ducks. Various breeds,  Iree. 885-4855. 48cn  Boxet cross puppies, ready lor  Christmas lo good homes. First  vaccination, wormed. $125.685-  9015. 48cn  Alrican Pigmy Goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990 ss  Registered male Border Collie  pups. Ready early Dec. $300.  Registered Aomni Ram. Greal  fleece. $150.885-3506       ss  18' all-purpose English saddle,  good cond., $395.886-2049 J47W  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlact Then s Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Maries Fashions.    NC  Help reduce the pet ovei-popula-  lion problem - spay or neuter your  pel. NC  2 dwarf bunnies Iree to good  home. Cage included. 686-2842 or  886-2449. 47cn  Free electric slove, Kenmore dlx.  and washing machine. 868-3639  attet4pm. 47cn ,  1972 Volvo 144S parts car. 886-  94M      47w  Twin sr. box spring w/o mattress.  886-7774 Alice. 147*  Complimentary Facial  Personalized skin care program  customized lor your skin type. Der-  maioiogisl-tesled. Call today lor a  free consultation. Gloria Fritz,  independent Maty Kay beauty consultant. 885-5715 ��tw  Moving: Nov. 21,9-4pm.  1380 Hwy. 101. Everything musl  go. 47w  Moving Sale  Everything must go! Household  ilems, tools, deep Ireeze, linens,  lurniture, books, records, antiques.  886-9203. H49W  Moving Sale, shower stall, tub, toilets, sinks, metal overhead door,  and opener, electric stove, gas lurnace, bags ol cement. Nov. 24,28  and 29 th. 1159 Crow Rd. Robens  Creek. 885-3605 or 885-060447W  Virtual Workshop supporting  parents in bringing out Ihe best in  every child, Sundays, Nov. 22 and  29, 9-4 pm. Call Shawani Campbell 885-3568 47w  HAIR STUDIO  1444 Gower Point Rd. 886-7911.  Service for Family Hair Care 47cn  Adull childien of Alcoholics or  dysfunctional lamilies please call  886-3849 or 886-4622 for heap.NC  Prhtrto Counting  For ivrrMrJuata, couples and families. Fot appoinlmenls call Maty  Lang 888-9916. K*  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House tor conMential 24 hr. service. 886-2944. TFN  Hepburn Brothers beautilul inlaid  rosewood antique upright piano,  circa 1900. $1100.885-7475.48cn  GUITAR LESSONS  Classical thru to jazz. Beginners  thru lo intermediate. Michael Boch  686-9747 47cn  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  We play Ihe music you wanl to  hear. To book your Dance Music  call 884-5430 49cn  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles,  levels and applied theory. Firsl lesson Iree. Beginners welcome.  Avail, days and eves. Sieve 886-  2vm M7W  PIANO TUNING  For service and repair call Sunshine Piano 685-3168     47cn  Piano, like new $1350 -883-2329  350 Chev eng compression tested.  Swap lor cash or high performance parts. 886-722 7      TFN  1969 Buick GS California ��'s  match 350 Auto, Nds bodywork  otherwise mint. Swap lot best 4X4  valve $2000.886-7227       TFN  CONVMTINO  TOOASf  GE, Jenn-Air,  MooicChefA  Caloric  GAS RANGES  all available al  IICHIIT  rURMTUMLAMD  Sunshine Coast Hwy,  Sechelt  885-5756  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  #  Yvonne Barrio is now an outside  sales rep lot Elite Travel. 886-  4862,836-2522. 51cn  13 cu.lt. Admiral all refrigerator.  30' Admiral electric range in good  woiking order, bolh lor $395.885-  2896 47cn  2 1/2 yr old w/d sel, fridge and  stove. 8854703 48w  GE washer, 2 sp., 4 cycle. $250.  886-3714. tfn  Almond slove, Hotpoint $350.  While washei, dryet, Hotpoint  $600. pair as new. 885fl311.48cn  Apple 2E, 2 drives, monitor, printer, software, $350, Sears 26'  colour TV $100 49w  Alder Firewood, split and delivered. $75/cord. Pendei area. 883-  2154 49w  Tasco 90X60 mm Slartlndei  refractor BISILoW, IfnJM Ind  manual. Great Gift! Will hold 'til  Christmas. $80.886-7757   47cn  Garbage Burner $100, dishwasher  $100 O.B.O., ceramic tile $l07box,  door 3'X6'.6' $8, wash basin $8.  886-9292 49w  Firewood lor sale, fir or Hemlock.  Custom orders taken 8864899  47cn  Perlect Christmas Present! 8-  room, 2-lloor Doll House. Comes  with barbies and accessories.  $150 O.B.O. 885-3192        49w  New Geneial Electric 15 cubic loot  white $550.885-7937        49w  Generator 3000w 110V/220V. Brig-  gs engine. $275.886-9737   49w  Perfect winter Protect! Completed  moid/plans -16 ft. row boat to be  built with cedar strips. Finished  boat can be seen $250.885-7227  Gold/aluminum roll bar and brush  guard, with log lights. Fits small  size truck $300 O.B.O. 885-5263  49w  Fibreglass full size canopy $300  O.B.0.8850183 49w  Bakers, Candy Makers, CratMri  Quality plastic boxes 7'x7*x2-1/2',  well below cosl price. 685-3995  49cn  Ladies white gold Rolex walch  appraised $2500. Will sacrifice lor  $1600.665-3996 49cn  Amana microwave. Exc. cond. 700  watts, $125.886-2673       49cn  7' canopy suitable loi SI0 cfw  stuidy boal rack. 883-9966. 49cn  Dishwasher, good cond., $60:  while crib with mattress, $80.885-  6300 49cn  Cheslerlield and chaii $300, Inglis-  stove top $200, swag lamp $100.  All like new. 885-5817.      49cn  Two bedroom carpels, 12x12' and  10'x 11', good cond. $25 each or 2  lor $40,3 pee single bed $40.885-  0159,8860343. 49cn  Glass lop table, 4 chairs, $100:  Iree standing Jolly Jumper, $35:  Stihl 064 A.V. power saw, $1250  value, sell lor $700 OBO. 886-  2595. 49cn  HONEY  Local unpasteurized, by the bucket, ot 1 kg tub. 886-2127.    49cn  Handcrafted solid pine rocking  horses, toy boxes. Great lor Xmas.  A lasting gitl. 886-2298.      49cn  'Gibson' fridge and stove set,  Kenmore washer, dryer set, Admiral coloured TV, 26'. 886-8645  after 4 pm. 49cn Coast News, November 23, 1992  19  Take Advantage of ottr New Classified Ad Special Coast News (Monday)  -a^-j - ��� **���       ���_* _y   -^   -_ ��� Classified Deadline:  JtClUn yOVtV ClctSSltfZ&Cl CUCl O  tZm&S, ��& Noon Friday  and pay for only 2 times! 3U3 SeciSit offices  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  Iry a  Classified Ad  offering a  Career Move.  We'll run  your ad in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRITT  ...and 100 more  B.C. & Yukon  community  newspapers  All for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000  readers  If you're  BUYING,  SELLING or  simply  TELLING,  it pays  to spread  the word.  Singer sewing machine $75. Exercise bike $100 3 spd bicycle $90.  885-4059 48w  Fisher airtight insert, $350 O.B.O.  886-2757 eves. 47w  2 new BF Goodrich, low profile TA  radiais. P12 S60 R14 $150, with 4  bott mags $165.886-9372   4/w  Honda pressure washer, 3,000  psi. 100 yd. hose, 3 lips. Like new.  $1500. Propane conv. lor p/u  Iruck, compiele $600,885-8989  Technics speakers $150/pr. Sherwood amp $100. Slereo cabinet  $75,886-3066 47cn  Oueen size waterbed w/padded  bookshell headboard, 6 drawers.  885-5458 47cn  2 Stanley garage door openers  $200.2 yr old gas ti/w tank $50.  Portable d/w $50.886-8271  M7cn  Pioneer P62 chainsaw, excel,  cond.    $450,    Hitachi    HD  joimor/planer. Oilers. 885-5846  I47cn  SKIS 19N ELAN  895 FAS  190 cm includes  Solomon 547 binding all excel,  cond. $100 OBO. John 885-2319  ��47cn  TOPSOIL  Sand, gravel, fill, reasonable rales.  Doug 865-5070 47cn  Fisher stove CSA approved. $200.  896-3480. 47��s  New 286 IPC computer IBM comp.  wilh monitor, printer, $600 OBO.  665-4602. I48W  Enviro lire pellet slove. New.  $1600 OBO. 886-9256. ss  Sewer rodding machine on trailer  3 hp engine. 6 bits up lo 10'.  Excellent condition. $450 885-  9068. ss  Airco Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 885-6276 ss  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load 886-8204 SS  Parker I Hole X.06,3>9 Bushrtetl  scope. Mariin 444s Wincheslei,  Oueen size wateibed, Benlwood  rocker. 885-5467. ss  ���87 Camaro, T-rooJ, 5 sp., power,  low Momeiies. $6250. '6/ Toyola  4x4 SR5 X-cab, 5 sp., $9800.78  Corvette T-tops, like new, $400.  886-2686. 48cn  '77 Dodge Aspen 4 di. sn. V-8  auto, runs exc. dean. $350.886-  7227. tin  1981 Dalsun 210. 5 spd hatchback. Good running cond. $1IX.  885-1976 eves or leave message,  ss  1967 Chevelle 250 si 6 auto, great  cond. $1700 886-7859       47w  TOTAL  CLEAROUT  All vehicles  must be sold  40 vehicles  from  - $4,950  (DU17)  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  5645 Wharf Rd   Sethell  883-4004  1975 GMC campei van. Good  tiies, 6 cyl auto. $1000 OBO. 883-  9979  s��_  1976 Dodge campenzed van,  auto, p/s,p/b, ciuise, teai bed.  cupboaids. icebox, sink. $1.500  318eng. 866-2512 ss  19 tt. Iravel trailer. Vanguard, twin  axle, lully contained, sleeps 4,  $5500.885-4602. M8W  Sanyo portable cellular phone   1982 Mercury Zephyr. Vety tell-   "*"��� ��� l*f_V��> �� 'ransml5'  '   ~T     . __,        ���        ahlnfirvi  anln 1795 M6-9372      Ston. Pnced lo sell $3850 Call 866-  compacl, light weight, eigonomic   atxe o cyi, aura, ��/s��. njo-sur*  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue.    1985 ,e Canaventure, lull canvas  19' Inboaid Clinker runaboul, very  fast and in top condition, surveyed  value $8500. oilers a tiades considered 866-2738. ss  19 tt. Sealoner Volvo Penla  Calkins trailer needs exhaust man  ilold. $3500. 686-3457.        ss  27 Mobile Homes  1960 Highwood 14<70 mobile lot  lemoval 3 bdrms.. large master  has bay window and ensuite with  garden soaker tub - circle kitchen  with maple cabinets - live appli-  design grip belt, $850 OBO BB6-  7097. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  M4-5240  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES SLUMBER, any  size. Will cuslom cut. 885-5669  01885-5601. TFN  22 Heavy  Equipment  1932-1935 John Deere, Mode D  Farm tractor in exceptionally good  running cond. 886-4933    46w  S5     8510 alter f, 00 pm           _  ��� ances. Venetians throughout.  $600.153 (OMC) or Merc engma K9m ^my^n      ^  block $300. 1972 24 Fiborloim  1982 Nissan Sentra MbWsuiiroof/4  spd. $1200 O.B.O. 686-3735 47w  1975 Triumph TR7, excellenl condilion, new dual exhaust, radial t/a  low profile tires Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down lot lamily size  1960 VW Rabbit, Diesel rebuilt       engine$1800OBO 885-3331 ot rjarorlirt.camper.BBS9068  885-1951 after 5 pm 47w  Classic 1978 Pontiac Firebird. One  owner. VB aulo, new tiies $700  886-8705 47cn  '85 Tnrismo 2.2L, 5 sp. $1195.  886-8034 47cn  1968 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6.  autofod, 4 door. exc. cond. $6800.  686-752001886-2111. ss  77 Ventura, v-6 sld. only 66,000  mi. Clean, new radiais, $750.885-  9553 ss  1985 Citation II, V6. 4 spd. Only  33,000km. $3200.885-9553. ss  retxj.lt engines, legs and loo much  more to list. Appraised at $20,500  Sacrifice al $11,000 O.B.O. or  trade 686-4899 49w  11 FT WRRO CRAFT BOAT  7.5 hp Honda engine and EZ  loader trailer $1700.1-469-9103  49*  BRAND NEW 14x71  $33,900 FP  DLX home FOB lactory  Mult have own location.  597-3322 tin  NEW MANAGEMENT  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Park is now undei new ownership  and management We still have 5  1987 Campion 250 Hakla CB. lully sites available lor new homes  loaded, exc cond. Musl sell Show homes available lor viewing  $28,000 O.B.0.886-8344    TFN    Conlacl it, 1106, 886-2597, 597-  16' Double Eagle with 90hp Evinrude, trailer, radio. CB, deplh  sounder, $1700.886-7237   49w  TFN  28 Motorcycles  1977 JD 410 backhoe, good working condilion. $10,800 OBO. 686- j����75^"  73720(885-5730. \W^^  ���86 Ponliac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $3800.  955 CAT loader $10,000 685-2503  1991 Mazda 323, 5 spd., 27,000  kms, am/lm cassette. $6900.866-  3250 47cn  1 TON DUALLY CAB CHASSIS  1981 Exterior update on 1975  SWB Dodge frame. New Chrysler  RV 440 steel crank 10.25:1 torque,  beast over $2500 lust spent, have  bought new truck. $2688. 866-  7227 TFN  1985 Double Eagle 17-1/2' wilh  1990 CR60, mini cond., $1650.  1985 90HP Merc O/B and Calkins 883-2602 47w  trailer c/w D.S. downrigger etc.  885-7458 alter 6. $10,500   49cn  1980 Citation LE 2 dr sdn, 4 cyl  std. Looks, runs excellent. PS, pb,  Rally package, new paint, 6 tires.  cond. inside and out, runs exc,  lots ol new parts, lull top. One ol a  kind. $3200 OBO. 886-7237 47cn  Excellent Value  1986 Ford Thunderbird, p/b, p/s,  .���    ,       ..-,.-������,. ��� ������-���   eif, sunroof, low mileage, vety  ^r1f3cuJreezer$175Bu,liHn clean car. S57M OBO. 866-0971  dishwasher $125. Humidifier $80.  'arc camaro pwr sir, brakes, new  French doors wfth side fights $150. transmission, dual exhaust chrome -""  P"1' ���  Sliding palio doors. Arthur 866- ���gs, good running cond. $350   1967 Ambassador, 84,000 original  7200. 48cn    O.B.0.886-2082 47cn  1967 Ford Ranger 4X4, 6 cyl., 5  spd, custom F.G. Canopy, dual  battery system, overload springs,       new snow lires. Excellenl cond.  Dune buggy, sireel legal, exc.  535.995550^) 49,,  '78 Olds Delta 88, 350 aulo,  loaded, new rear lires, exc. cond,  886-9500 anytime. tin  Cash paid lor anything old - tin ad Priced right - $900.866-722747cn  signs, pocket watches, old clocks     (working or noi), jewellery, lumi- '-��� VW California Van, little rust,  lure etc. 886-3905. 48cn   dean, white $4500 lirm. 886-7955  or 686-7522 47cn  Fresh Salmon $.60 lbs. Phone Parts car 1971 Volvo SW runs  Tim 885-4818 47w    $350 O.B.O. 685-5160       49w  Mixed seasoned lirewood '82 Chev Cavalier, 4 dr., 4 sp.,  $90/cord. Split and delivered. Also good cond., little rust, AM/FM cas-  dry kindling, 863-9382       47w   telle, cheap reliable transport,  ^   $950,885-2948.  <49W  Hall price: Table Charm dinner-  ware set, Vidoria pattern, lull service lor 8.885-6040. 49cn  IT CAN HAPPEN  The Trailer Bay Projed: a community waletlionl park in the heart ol  Sechelt. Memberships $10. Books  and Stuff. Trail Bay Mall. Inlormation 885-2339. 49cn  SEASONED FIREWOOD  Split, delivered  Gibtoni $100 cord  Sechell $130 cord  886-0110  49cn  US Blind Hemmer industrial  sewing machine $1000 O.B.O,  885-7537 48w  Zoom lens 80-210 Tamron 885-  4447 al Pholoworks $150   49cn  Yamaha PSR-18 electronic keyboard c/w adaptor and stand. As  new $250. Solid Mahogany window door 80'x32'��1 3/4' c/w  hinges and enlry lock sel. Exc.  cond. $100. Stationary exercise  bike $30. Aller 5 pm. 886-9711  48w  Utility Shelving  Made ol pine 64'H x 31'W x  12'deep. 885-3655 48w  77 BMW 320 in great shape,  $3500 OBO. 685-2310.     "49w  ^*�� ���������������������������  ��� HeMoomDtanondttolai  ��� 1 exquisite round brilliant ���  e>  raaamond. ,47ets. wtlhZ  ���  ��� merqiis. 12 caret csaamondsO  ��� on either sick. Appraised �����  ��� $4600 - Aaeunaj 1-4OO0 obo.e>  e> MS-TIM ���  ��>������������������������������  Gill's skates, sz. 13, like new, $30.  Wood lathe on cast iron stand, all  cutting tools and bowl attach incl.,  $250,886-3700. I47W  Boy's car-bed for sale, new. 886-  8825 all. 5pm. #47W  Infant car seal, baby cradle. 886-  3554. ��47W  Pecan dining table, 8 chairs, $900; 1982 Volkswagon Scirocco,  stainless sink, 20' sz., single lever 107,000 km. Parked 4 years. No  faucet and hose, $40; alum, exlen- rusl. All service records, GT 14  \JJliLU,  ^ *niiiiiiBi,VviTt CertltKlafaf $  zi..... . H ^h>rChristmas  SPARKLE  CAR CLEAN  806-0355  WASH & VACUUM  only*14"  Plus: Engine Pressuie wash  Waxinfi  Interior Shampoo  Aulo Detailing  62* Hough Id. oil Hwy 101  Gibsons  miles. Excel, cond., p/b, p/s. $500  OBO. 685-5597 47cn  Wanted to buy -parts lor 1963  Chevetle, 4 dr., also need 13 tires.  Phone alter 5pm 686-8039.  -"���������         '    Mr*.  1978 Ford Pinlo, auto., new  biakes, $800.883-1116.   ��47W  '86 Hyundl Pony, 1 owner, $800  OBO; 71 VW van, 20,000 kms, on  rebuilt, $800.886-7972.    U47W  1988 Jetta Slalom, loaded, 50,000  kms, show tm. cond, $9500 OB  0.886-8522. ��47cn  1980 Ford 250, V6 auto, gd.  shape, $1700.883-9362.   #49*  1990 Chevy S10 4X4,4.3 L auto,  power everything, very good  cond, $11,900 OBO. 885-3240.  ���49w  '81 Ford F150XLT, black, 110,000  miles, immaculate, runs greal,  looks even better. $2950. Jim 886-  3148(eves)   49cn  1977 Chev 3/4 Ion, Good tires,  engine, canopy, $500 OBO. 885-  S0J2s .-.,,. ,49cn  1981 Fold 1/2 Ion pickup, $2950.  885-6110. *9cn  1991 S10 1/2 Ion Chev, low  mileage, $7000 OBO. 885-3922.  49cn  1981 Ford F150 pickup/canopy  $3000.883-2746 48w  Are you ready for winter? Buy my  1982 Toyola Land Cruiser diesel  1011 libreglass $300, 12II fibre-  glass wilh oars $400. 8 HP  Mariner $400.885-5032.     49cn  17' K.C. Hardlop C/W colour  sounder, anchor winch, elc. 40 HP  Merc OB. 883-9966. 49cn  1990 Johnson 25 HP  Like new, 27 his. total running,  manual steering, first oiler over  $1,000 cash secures. 685-2695.  49cn  SaablS hp diesel as new, shall,  prop, exlras. $3500. Volvo Penla  MD 21A, 4 cyl. diesel, used.  $1000.866-2024. 48cn  Aluminum carlopper 12' ��� $400.  Rowboal 12' ��� PIY $75. Pram  dinghy 8' - $50. Bombard inflatable  12' wilh 15 hp outboard, $2000.  Hydrofoil, Russian built, 28' -  $10,000,886-8029 47cn  18' Argo alum, work boal. Many  extras $13,000 OBO. 886-2751  47cn  1992 Kawasaki Ninja ZX 600,  $5000.866-8996. ss  1st $1500 TAKES!  1980 1100 cc Gold Wing (tour)  60,000 kms, lots ol chrome. 886-  0OO3. <49w  '62 Yamaha YZ490, $1000; '91  Honda CR250, $3100.886 4746.  ��49W  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc. cond,  garage kept, $5500.896-9595, ss  1981 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculale 25,600 original K's,  $1250 OBO. 886-7376.       ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  oilers. 886-8622. ss  1CC0P.UIIS. CALIFORNIA  2 bdim dtxwide motxie home completely turn all utilities included.  Goll. 2 pools, hot tut), tennis  $1000/mth US 886-3109     49*  Siudio/bdim harbour view sell-  contained $600 mm inclusive.  Available Jan 1/93 Furnished 49w  2 bdrm ste Lower Gibsons,  $500 mm Susan 685-5290 Ol 886-  8389 49*  1 bdrm sjne partially turn .ower  Gibsons Suits single person or  quiel couple $425 incl hydro.  886-7025 belore 10 pm       49w  Sechelt super, new. adull oriented  lownhouse avail, now until summer, no pets. 2 bdrm $800  Robens Creek 2 bdrm mobile  home in adull oriented park, no  pats $650  Redroorts beautilul 2 bdrms, 1 1/2  baths, enclosed garage, available  immediately $700  Sechelt: t/2 duplex in village, 2  bdrm, 4 appliances, immediate  possession $750  Sechell: 3 bdim rancher, double  garage, avail. Dec. 15 $900  CENTURY WEST REALTY  885-2235  Laige 2 bdrm mobile home on  guiei. scenic lol. near Cedar Grove  school, w/d hook-up, children and  small pets welcome. $550/mth ���  utilities. 275 Ryan Rd. 896-3559 or  1-266-1190 47cn  Furnished condo with magnificent  view, Jolly Roger. Secret Cove  with large southern exposure deck  and Ip. Available immediately $880  t utilities. 885-4103 49*  29.Wanted  to rent  Monthly. Weekly, Dally  886-3343  '80 Malibu SW, 267 Bcyl auto, ps,  pb, till, nice lamily car. New stud-  and you'll be ready lor anything  ded snows. $975 O.B.O. 666-7227  885-4699 days. 885-2833 nights.  SECHELT MIRIIE  SURVEYS LTD.  cipiain llll Murny  MC.M.M.C    M.N A M.S.|  M A B Y C   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants^  Do you have a bam oi shed that  can store a 20' travel trailer in the  Gibsons area' Phone 886-7322  49w  Cabin, min. facilities for wriler.  886-3924. 49cn  Sell-contained suile wanted for  single, prolessional woman, n/s,  n/pets. Lower Gibsons area.  Phone 886-2622 (leave message)  TFN  Prolessional peison needs small  house in Hallmoon Bay - Roberts  Creek area. 885-9306.     48cn  Large i bdrm trailer Divii Bay  $550/mth. Avail. Dec. 1.885-7511  47cn  i  Gibsons. 1 BR, F/P, skylights,  view, $550 plus util.; 2 BR smal|,  blight, $475 plus Arthur665-9859.  49cn '"    " I  Beach house near lerry terminal,  lully furnished winterized, lire-  place, elec heal, one lge BR, one  sm BR, suitable lor couple. Bedding, dishes inc. Available Dec. 92  thiu June 93. $690/mo. plus utilities. Please call 666-2089.  49cn  Garage/workshop-studio, insulated, lowei Gibsons, across Marina,  tin  48w  sion ladder, 20', $35; treadmill,  $100,886-2436. MTW  Ladies' emerald and diamond ring;  1 sapphire and diamond ring,  recently appraised. 886-7696.  ���47W  tires, ski rack, sunrool, $1,300  invested last month, new electrical  (battery regulator, wiring, computer) tecaro seats fast, must sell,  buying Jeep, $4,500 firm Call CliH  886-0312, leave message. 49cn  '84 Renault, 5 GTL, good cond.  New clutch, new tires, wilh sun-  ���88 TRANS AM GT A  Blk on blk. 350 TPi, 4 sp. aulo, 4  wh. disc, air, tilt, cruise. Power-  locks, windows, seats, mirrors,  hatch. 76,000 kms, $12,500 OBO  or trade lor 4X4. Call 886-0389  Chris         ��47W  1984 Cutlas Ciera Olds. Loaded,  incl. compuler for travel. Lots ol  new parts, $5500 OBO. 85*4602.  I48W  1988 Nissan Pathfinder SE  loaded, new tires, 2 dr, 5 spd,  $14,900,885-7679 48w  1980 GMC Heavy 1/2 wilh canopy,  runswell.Phone8B5-5173. 46cn  74 Westlalia. Fully camperized,  1600 cc. $2000 lirm. 886-7521.  48cn  '81 Toyola 4x4, brighl yellow, 4 sp.  Complelely rebuilt pwi. train,  brand new clutch, tires, brakes,  Good selection used tiies, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accoid pails, etc. Many accessories. Asking  885-4004  Hercus screw culling lathe 11  swing, 30' centres. Quick change ���_t $1200 OBO. 886-2750. 46w  gearbox and more, $4,000.885-      0744. I47W W T-Hrd P.S, P.B, CC, .P.W,    slereo cassette, excellenl condi-  Singer cabinet sewing machine, im 885-8651. $3,300.      49cn  '77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900 OBO. 886-3646 ss  ss   $4300. Pat 666-4886.        48cn  '80 GMC p/u wilh canopy. $2800  OBO. 686-7106 after 5 pm 47cn  Good 12 It. aluminum boal $600 or  Irade? 885-7167 ss  1961 20'double Eagle hardlop  200 HP Volvo 260 leg, (H-6), Gibsons Marina, $17,500.666-2694.  ss  s   OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992'  Evinrudes. Excellenl condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.    TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 865-5278.  TFN  1211. aluminum boal $600. 685-  7167. ss  2 lo 3 bedioom house Roberts *200- Avail n��* 866-9737 011-  Creek to Langdale, for Jan. 1.885- B80j>nv 49cn  6395- Wcn Gibsons. Shared accomm. Pratt  2+ bdrm. house in Cedar Grove and Rosamund area, 3 bdrm  arealorNov.29.485-5075.��47W h0us8- * incl 5300- 886-2512    after 4:30 49cn  Collage or house with sludio      space.   Willing lo maintain Bachelor suite Wesl Sr.^1, vie*,  grounds, elc. 885-9591 lv. mess.  I47W  quiet. N/S. $380, utils includ. I  5307. Avail. Dec. I, 49cn  1 bdrm trailer. Cedar Trailer Court,  885-3313. 49cn  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 3 ��� 4 bdrm, 2 balh, newly linished  home, Rotierts Creek. Includes  Large 1 bdrm trailer Divii Bay appliances. On acreage. Rels.  $550yrnth. Avail. Dec. 1.885-7511 $875.1 bdim guesl collage, $350  47cn or both $1125. Avail. Dec. 1 885-   1     5728. 49cn  ROVAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES  at competitive prices.  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  885*2171  Open 7 dais a freak     like new, $125 OBO. Temp, service pole (electric), $95 complete.  683-1137. ��47W  Video camcorder Penlax, 8 mm  comp. with accessories, one and  Iwo hour binaries, new $2100,  asking $850.885-2686 eves.��47W  Two Knaack lool boxes, Makila  10' cut-oil saw; Makita 10' table  Sega system, good conditon $200.  883-2602 47w  Dining 100m table 4 chairs, wood s8*; aif compresior, 1 1/2 HP;  burning lurnace. inlenor door and Senc0 nall��r- 885-7827 leave  Irame. Molds, fixtures and more, nwssage, I47W  Besl offers. 885-5473 eves. 48w    1973 GMC camper special lor  Children's picnic lable $23. Cedar truck parts, $500 or offers; Ninten-  wheelbarrow planters $6 and $18. do, $75; games, $25; red Iridge,  685-3265                         ss $50 or offers. 885-3876. ��47W  Rowing machine  Ajay 'Power Row' like new $125.  885-7135 _*  Snow Tlrei (2) radiais sleel belled. P195/75R14 on Ponliac rims  $707each 885-9553 48w  Tandem all sleel trailer, 6x12,  elec. brakes, $1200 OBO.   686-  9770.  I47VV   AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load 01 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 885-9969.    TFN  JACK AND JILL  PRESCHOOL  Christmas Ham Sale. Top quality  dinner hams $9/kg avg. a. 2.5/kg. P��l and ��i% $125.886-9420.  Deadline Nov. 30. Call Ashley n  Super-8 or regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tri-  TFN  8864202  47w  Hansen Weather Port insulated  vinyl quanset hui, \StXt9. Use  as workshop, hangar, or 10 live in.  Easily transportable, $3500. 886-  7815.  48w  GOOD HAY  $5.00flile Delivered  Straw $5.00male  Call Between 12-1pm  MS-9357  TFN  1986 Ponliac Scooter, standard,  good cond. $2500.865-0695.49cn  1986 Mercury Topaz, good cond.  All oplions, super clean, $2800  OBO. 886-4926. 49cn  1965 Muslang last-back 289 aulo,  totally rebuilt drive-train Very nice  cond. $7300 OBO. 686-4926.49cn  1975 Cuslom Valiant slant 6, good  tires. P/S, clean, $600. 885-2309  belore 9 am. 49cn  1988 Z24 Silver black V6, 5  speed, digital dash, am/lm, air,  cruise, Ml wheel, lad mags, $7795  economical performer. Days 888-  2700, evening. 886-2615 Ken48w  1991 Dodge Colt auto, 40,000  kms. Still under warranty. Extras,  assume lease, 24 months. 885-  7940 48w  1981 powder blue Escort, good  condilion, new exhaust, needs  new clutch. 885-6041 48w  1977 Ponliac Irans. am 400,4  spd, greal shape 885-5954 48w  I960 Ponliac Lamans, good condition $1200 O.B.O. 885-7033 48w  1976 Dodge Vdare station wagon,  very good condition $1200. Will  consider Irade lor truck. 663-1188  47w  86 Skoda 4 dr. 4 spd. Pool rack,  radio/cassette. Needs muffler.  $750,886-9516. 48cn  1974 Dalsun 260Z alpine sleieo. .67 s;s 2Wn Jimmyi B,ce||en,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli lires, condition. Asking $6595.886-7800  new brakes, exc. shape $3500 .,  OBO 886-7378 ss   '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2833 or 686-7484. ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Deed Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  M6-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beelle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1980 Camaro 305 aulo, T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 865-7113.  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond, low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025   ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 loi the  set, wilh covers, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Cadsmobile, new brakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 885-1943.      ss  1971 LandRover - 88 completely  25'Triple E class A Motorhome.  rebuilt. OHers.. PTO Avail. 683-  anmXt ^ -f| |(M mi|a m  2669' "      cond. $17,000.886-7237   49w  BODY REPAIRS 24' 5th Wheal 1988 Scamper, lully  tt PARTS/PAINTING loaded, exc. cond Musl sell Ask-  Resloralion ��� Private ing $13,000.666-4949 or 886-  & Dealer Wholesale 2811 (days). 46cn  TOWING ���.____  FiJylniuMc!       D    '83 Travelaire 20'5lh Wheel, 886-  8SO-7227P    m>-  H7��StawartM.  N*w N, Rd. Bypau  Cw si k v ettotooje AvwWeW#  1979 Chev 3/4 Ion PU w/canopy,  good running cond, $1500  OBO.885-9969 TFN  1979 E350 Ford van, $600 obo.  885-5717 TFN  Full Hn 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, IMOO, 886-1301       11  1980 Chev 4 ton dump Iruck, 366  HP, 2 spd. rear end, 6-8 yd box,  $6500 lirm. 686-8550 eves,  ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick-up. 4.3 Hire V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km, box mat, loolbox,  $8700. 885-2836,885-7413    ss  '77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 685-5102. ss  1981 Ford F250,4x4 wiih rock box  $5500.666-4599. ss  27' Vanguard Travel Trlr. Very  good cond. $7000.865-5444 ss  f��cvy ���e9W  FOR ONE WEEK  In 1  16 word*  conH for each  dlllenal word.  Pr**: toil.  Pound * trmm  All classifieds must be  prepaid before insertion I  SmrB Smll Clastifled*  $15 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be canceled unless you instruct us to renew it  by cldisifwd deadline ��� Not availabla for commercial arh*rttwi  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  WockeMMUr  NOON TUISDAY  Sechelt 885-3930  Monday idlllon  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 20  Coast News, November 23, 1992  I  Take Advantage of oar JVea< Classified Ad Spe-eial Coast News (Monday)  Run your classified ad 6 times,   mm c'aSN^n1-Vlc.ay  and pay for only 2 times/ jgj SmJg$K$fi��_  West Sechelt searedro.it veiy pnvale 4 bdrm. 4 bath. 2 hreplaces, 4  appliances, avail Dec i  $950,mlh. days. 886-2700  oveivngs. 886-2615 48*  Large 2 bdrm suite, lowei Gibsons, laundry and parking Aval  Nov 20 $500/mlh. 734-0323  'eave message. 48w  Deluxe 2 bdrm mobile home  ensute and walk-m closet m master bdim large kilchen and living  room, skylights, ceiling lans. large  sundeck and storage shed Nesl lo  school 16-5575 Mason Rd  W Secnen $'507mlh 267-7967  48*  Bnghl. clean, 3 txlrm house uppei  Gibsons, I IS balh, l/p. laundry  South lacing deck. Partial view  $650/mlh 2/7*206 48w  New 3 bdims. lamily rm. 2 balhs.  Gibsons $895/mlh 926-8495 48w  Robens Creek. I bdrm bsmt ste,  suitable lor one person Beach  access, very quiel location. Pels  ok. $425 incl util 886-9856. 48w  Lg rm tor rent. Cory home Gibsons. Use ot kitchen and hot tub.  $385 Incl. utl. 886-3/79      18*  Lower Gibsons, view, walk lo  beach, shops Small 2 bdrm. separate workshop. Furnished or noi.  $600 �� deposit. 886-3400 or 686-  8748 and leave message.    48w  3 bedroom. 2 level house. 30x15  workshop Madeira Park  MMWk 874-2213.       48cn  1 bedioom state Dec 15 Seima  Park. $6007monlh 885-7719. 6-8  pm. 48ni  2 bedroom lumashed view condo,  Seciel Cove. $650/monlh plus utilities No pels. Avail. mid-Nov 885-  7882 48cn  2 bdim. t 1/2 balhs. l/p. deck with  wonderlul view ot harbour $695  inclusive 2 taunt spectaculai view  $595. Arthur 885 9859 47w  Gibsons housekeeping rooms,  shaied washroom, $200. 350  Arthur 886 9859 47w  large 3 bdim duplex lower Gibsons, view, no pels, refs  $800/mth 8863225 4/w  Gianihams Beach Cabin short  leim rental $200'week Ulil incl.  Suitable lor single peison due lo  Sire, 400 sq It 886-9238      4/w  Gibsons - 1 brm suite, gorgeous  view. $375/mo. t utils. 886-0156.  351-0540. ��48W  New spacious 3 bdim home close  ti> nail No pets. $8/5 886-2454.  I4BW  Gibsons. Shaied accom Piatt and  Rosamund area 3 bdim house,  util inc $395. Phone 886 2512  alter 4 X pm 47cn  Gibsons Aval, immed very clean.  ccxnlonal.il 2 bdrm state close lo  all laolilies 5961669. weekends  886-74// 47cn  Roberts Cieek, small house, non-  smokeisonly Dec 15 $6507mo  8869679 4/cn  Gibsons Beautilul view, clean, I  bdrm state Gouimet kitchen, walk  in dose!, clean caipets. $525/mo  886-0078 47cn  Semiwaleilronl. 1200 sq. II.  rancher, Sechelt area. $900/  month. 885-4490 47cn  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland  2 BDRM Older 'Character'  Home, Pnvale Watertront.  Fnsnklm Rd Rets $875/mo  886-8107  Gibsons. Cory 3 bedioom, washer, dryer, carport, lurnished or  unfurnished. $800/monlh. 886-  7557. Avail. Dec. t. Centrally  localed. 48cn  Cozy 2 bedroom house across  from marina in Gibsons. Private  yard, wood stove. Dec. I possession. $675/month plus damage  dipTisil. 886-4668. ajjrjt,  Spacious 2 bedroom lownhouse,  1-1/2 balhs, garage, excel, location, Gibsons. $700/monlh. Call  896-3764 or 4354426.       48cn  Bright, oceanlront, 1 BR suite in  older character home. Gibsons  area. $550.886-2596        49cn  Sandy Hook. 2 bdrm pre-lab bungalow, lg porch. 4 appl, may  allow pel Avail Dec 1 $700/mlh ��  deposit. Call collect Judy f -465-  0017 47w  Inlet view, nicely decorated large 2  bedroom end suile al Jolly Roger,  parking, wood stove, lurnished,  $600 per monlh 883-1137.147W  West Sechell. 2 bdrm suite. 1150  sq. II. ind. hydro, cable. Indge and  slove. W/D. no pels, N/S, N/D,  $700/mo. 885-6277. I47W  Gibsons. 3 bdrm lownhouse, rels  required, suitable lot prolessional  couple. No pels. Children welcome. $750/mo. 886-8641   47cn  2 BR lum. waterlront cottage,  wood and oil heat. Avail, lo May  31. $600/mo ind. cable. 886-3273  or 438-3843. 47cn  Roberts Creek. 1 bdrm house,  lovely acreage localion. Asking  $700.296-5215 47cn  OCEANVIEW  3 bdrm house with access to good  beach, just across Ihe street.  $750/mo to resp. lamily who will  care lor lge yaid and garden. 5412  Lawson Rd. (Hwy 101) W.  Sechelt. 1-299-3778 47w  Accommodation to share in view  home, lower Gibsons. $380  indudes monthly rent, phone, utilities, garden space, use ol washer/dryer 686-8097 47cn  Bright, spacious new 1 BR ground  level. 1 mi. lo lerry, view, private  entry, perking. $550 ulil. induded.  888.3026 47cn  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental ol property.  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status  and the Human Rights Ads. The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and Ihe newspaper  which publishes il would both be  in contravention of the legislation and could have a complain!  liled against Ihem. The Coast  News will therefore not accept  such discriminatory ads.  BE THE FIRST  Gibsons. New 3 bdrm, 2 bth, s/s  duplex. Spacious and sunny,  quiel, central location. Garage,  deck, kitchen w/nook and d/w.  886-8859 eve. 47cn  GIBSONS. BRAND NEW VIEW  APARTMENT  2 bdims, blinds throughout, 3  appis, storage, laundry facilities.  parking. CENTRAL YET QUIET  LOCATION. $630/month. 885-  5659 47cn  Lowei Gibsons - beautilul 1 bdrm.  view apts. Quiet, new, secure, nice  clienlelle. Blinds, carpets, laundry,  $590,686-3420. I50W  Quiel Llie  Waiertront off Gower Pt. Rd, Gibsons. Secluded 1 bdrm. garden  suite with large Ivg. rm,, FP,  kitch./fam. room, all rooms lacing  ocean, $695.886-7002.    I48W  Shaied accommodation, washer'  dryer, pnvate entrance, n/s Quel  home. Redroolls area. $350/  month inclusive 885-7838  47cn  WATERFRONT  3 bdim waletlionl home plus I  bdrm. in-law sole. Seduded landscaped gardens, $l650/mo. 886-  7002. I48W  WRITER'S INSPIRATION  3 bdrm waiertront oil Gowei Pt  Rd Gibsons. Mam floor ol house  m secluded landscaped gaiden  Ivg. tm, Dng. rm, kit, fam. rm  and msti bdrm. all lacing Ihe  ocean. $995/mo 886- 7002.14 7W  ADULT ORIENTED  Townhouse  No*, vie*. 2 bdrm, 2 balh, 6 mo  lease, refs. im Munro 886-2277   I47W  2 bdim apt, central Gibsons $525,  2 bdrm house, lower Gibsons,  avail. Dec. 1, $650, 1 bdrm apl  Central Gibsons. $495 heal ind, 3  bdrm house Central Gibsons, neai  new $875. 2 bdim trailer Comeau  Park, $600.886-3330. Grant Realty. TFN  New two bedroom house wilh  appliances, three miles west ol  Gibsons. No pets, N/S. $650.886-  2718 after 5 pm 48*  Gibsons ��� 3 bdrm. lamily room,  1000 sq. II. plus, 3 appl., 1 1/2  balhs, upper Gibsons, avail. Oct.  1, $6507mo. plus utils. S.C.M.H.  Park. 886-9826. TFN  Shared Accommodation In my  home, short term or long term  Ideal lor mill student. Close to  ferry, N/S. no pels, available  Dec. or Jan. North Rd, Gibsons.  M5Wmo.cW-8095.       TFNi  32.Commercial  For Renl  Industrial workshop avail, immediately, Gibsons, 750 sq. tt. unit,  $475/mo. 921-6751. ��1w  TEREDO SQUARE - 3rd floor  ollice, 363 square feet. Cupeled, air conditioning, elevator  service. All Inclusive rint  $335/mo. 885-4466 TFN  For lease/rent, 600 sq. ft. industrial  space, Ipwei lloor. 886-8204  Barry. 48w  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 885-9863 51cn  3 private offices. New building  $i95-$250/mlh. Receptionist avail.  Don Sutherland. Pebbles 886-  8107 TFN  Commeixial/office space for lease  1000 sq It. comei unit, excellenl  exposme. pnme location - Kem's  Plara Conlacl Walter or Beryl  TFN  Commercial warehouse space,  new building, Hwy 101 4 Hough  Rd Gibsons Immediate occupancy 885-9719. TFN  Roberts Cieek Hall, avail, dances,  panies, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  600-1300 sq ft. S300-S1100  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibsons.  Lome. 1-733-9883 or Marie. 686-  7018. TFN  'Driving Miu Daisy-  Needed live in companion, sens-  tabled or retired mate oi lemale loi  active elderly lady. No housework  Needs lo cook and dnve Salary  negotiable. 883-9268 47w  Elphie's Cabaret is now accepting  applications lor waitresses See  Chris or iVkhelle TFN  Expeiienced waiter/waitress part  time evenings, El Nino. 886-3891.  TFN  Required by Jan. 15/93 Notary  Conveyance Clerk. Must have  experience. Send resume to Box  1188, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0 47cn  FRONT DESK RECEPTION  The Dnttwood Inn is looking lor a  mature, pleasant, outgoing personality, able to deal wiih the public  with telephone skills. Please call  Debbie 885-5611 for more into on  this interesting position.       47*  Mature person able lo work part  time any shift between 6 am and  midnight incl. weekends. Apply  Seamount Car Wash, mornings,  Mon.-Fri. 47*  PT babysitter needed at local Illness cenlre, 2-3 hrs/wk (am). Free  membership and hourly wage. Call  TFN  Fosler homes very urgently  needed on the entire Coast lor  children ol all ages. Please call  Judy Walls, Ministry ol Social Services. 885-7101 week days.i47W  Delivery person with vehicle tor p/t  work. Call 885-3690 alt. 5pm.  ���47W  Rapidly growing cleaning service  company requires building maintenance workers and experienced  housekeepers. Minimum I year  experience. Must be bondable.  Relerences required. 885-4457  47cn  PT merchandiser required 24 hrs  per week. $7.75 to start plus car  allowance. Apply to Box. 'Q',  Coast News Box 68 Sechell, BC,  V0N3A0 48*  Assemble light products from  home. Easy work - Excellent pay!  We provide details - 24 hrs. (604)  623-2380. Exl IA74 47cn  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  A co-ordinator is  needed tor a  'Community Kitchen*  project in Gibsons  This is an exciting and  challenging posilion  tor someone who  loves people and  cooking.  Community Services  is holding a gala  dinner dance on Nov.  28 and needs your  help with decorations,  set-up, auction and  clean up. Lots of tun!  Board members are  needed lor many nonprofit organizations.  Call lo find out more  aboul these  interesting positions.  If you love animals  and have a tew hours  to spare the S.P.C.A.  needs you! Shifts are  between 2-4 pm daily.  FOR THE~.E AND  MORE  OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION  CENTRE AT 885-5881  A Service Funded by Ihe  Ministry ol Social Service.  35.Business and  home Services  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bath tubs, sinks, balhs and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy. 883-  2978 ten  LAWN AND GARDEN  Lawn aerating, fertilizing for winter.  Fruit tree pruning and spraying,  hedge trimming, general dean-up.  Call Jan 886-0180 49w  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  282  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear In more than 100 communily newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  lor 25  words  $195  $3.70 each additional word  ANNOUNCEMENTS  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  INNOVATIVE CHRISTMAS  IDEA! "The Young Entrepreneur" Kid's Small Business  Kit. '50 idea book. 'Blank  business cards, 'planning  ���heels, 'pen. Ages 6-16  $12.95.       Piccolopress  (604)224-3864.  AUTO  "ULTRASONIC BLIND  CLEANING' The fastest  growing Service Business of  the 90's, now In Canada. No  Competition, Low Overhead,  Excellent Profits. Manufactured in B.C. Details (604)  862-8332.  ENGINES REBUILT Irom  $995. 5 year 100,000 kms  warranty. Bond Mechanical  serving B.C. lor 27 years.  Phone 7 days, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.  (604)872-0641. Toll-free  Mon-Fri 1-800-663-2521.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  light trucks. 6 cylinder from  $995, 8 cylinder Irom $1095.  5 year, 100,000 Km. Ltd.  wananly. 7 Days ��� 560-1050,  1-800-665-3570, 856-5828  evenings.  Cummlngs Turbo Diesel  4X4 s, Explorers, Vans, 4-  the beautilul Sunshine Coast.  Serious enquiries only need  apply. Box 1493, Gibsons,  B.C. VON 1VO.  Independent Sales Representatives to market Direction Products. For more Information call 533-8540 Peter/Margaret.  This YEAR HAVE SANTA  answer your child's letter, $5!  FREE DETAILSI Send  stamped sell-addressed envelope to: SANTA'S MAIL-  BAG, 16 Chestnut Place,  Kentville, N.S. B4N 2K2.  EDUCATION  Runners, Dakotas, starting  from $189 month, 0 down  O.A.C, We deliver anywhere  In B.C. Brian or Don collect  1(604)585-3141.  GOVERNMENT SEIZED/  SURPLUS vehicles. U.S. and  Canadian low as $100.  BMWs, Cadillacs, Chevs,  Fords, Mercedes, Porsches,  trucks, vans. AMAZING free  24-hr. recording reveals how:  (416)631-4666.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Train to be a "CRM" - Certified Apartment Manager.  Many jobs available. Over  2,000 graduates now working. Government licensed  home-study course. R'.M.T.I.  681-5456 on 800-665-8339.  CASHINONTAXREFORMI  Learn Income Tax Prepara-  tionbycorrespondence. Earn  your certificate now. Also  enquire about exclusive franchise terrltorires. For free  brochures, no oWigalion, U4R  Tax Services, 205-1345  DOORSIWINDOWSI Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French doors, wood windows,  skylights. MOREI Call collect  to WALKER DOOR and WINDOW   In   Vancouver   at  (604)266-1101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Pembina Hwy., Winnipeg,  MB. R3T 2B6, 1-800-56?-  5144.  WESTERN CANADIAN  School ot Auctioneering, next  course Nov. 30-Dec. 12/92.  For a Iree brochure call  (403)250-1281 orwritelo: #5,  2003 McKnight Blvd., N.E.,  Calqarv,AB.T2E6L2.  ADVANCE OPPORTUNITY.  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Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Brace Fraser  885-9876  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  Do you need something built lor  your home or office? Maybe an  Item for a Christmas gjft? Or you  might need some interior renovations or linishing! If you've  answered yes to any or all of the  above give Art a call at 8*1354  for prompt, quality custom woodwork al reasonable prices.. I49W  Certifier! Saw tiler  JDH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening A Repairs  lo all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades A Chalnsawi  , Jamia Harrop    .  ^41 Hwy 1011atjjeens eeaMli-1  For Better Health ind Well  Being  ���  Polarity  Theripy  Reduces stress (the underlying  ciuse ol Illness) raises energy  level, reduces chronic pain and  tension. Appointments available in  Pendei Haibour and Sechelt. Call  Vonrte 883-9853 I49w  Autocad Designing and Drafting  available, reasonable rales. Call  Norm 683-9790. ��49W  SPOT-LESS PAINTING  ft WALLPAPERING  PRESSURE WASHING  Quality Workmanship  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  Experienced house cleaners, rales  negotiable Call Jane oi Bonnie.  885-4165 51cn  Expeiienced house sitter avail,  now till spring. Good rels. 985-  5358 days. 47cn  House painling, caipel and lino  laying, re-stretching, repairs 885  0191 47cn  PETERS REMOOELUNQ  General home mainlenance ��� car  ports ��� tencing ��� sundecks ��� addi-  lions elc. Boal mainlenance and  island service, for more into  please call 885-1981 or Pager  865-5111 49w  TWO CHEAP, VOUNQ MEN  Panting, stucco, lancing and gardening. You name it, we do it.  FASTER, HARDER. LONGER.  Call Gamn now 886-8069   M7W  C*F TREE SERVICES  Falling, lopping, dangerous tree  removal, lot clearing fully insured  Free estimates 685-5697    50cn  ALLEY'S PAINTING  interior/exterior Free in house  estimales. i? yrs experience  8852842 Robert i__  Concrete - Specializing In driveways, palios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 886-8095        TFNi  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaianleed  Work. Free estimales. 885-2109.  TFN          IMPUTING  SPECTAI.l7JNf.liMi  ��� Computerized Accounting  ��� On-Site Servicing  ��� Software Installation  ..     885-4009     i  SunFree Vinyl  All Seasons Decking Material, Iree  eslimales. Call Joe, 885-9235.  MS*  Carpentry, Painting, Stone Masonry, General Home Repairs. 885-  9235 Joe. ��49w  Pal's Disposal ��� 1 ton Truck  Yard, house and garage dean-up,  construction and gyproc removal,  tiee and stump removal: demolition ��� reasonable and reliable: free  eslimales 885-2870 51w  Renovations, Improvemenls,  Repairs. Inlerior/Exlerior. David  Reid. 886-4642. I50W  Certified carpenter, all types ol  work, 24 yrs. experience. Call  Peler 1-576-9251. I47W  HOMEOWNER*  HELPLINE  Reliable man available lor cleanup, leaves, blackberries, elc. moving (no truck) Rob. 886-3B2247cn  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, firm rates,  free estimates, no job loo small or  loo large. Bruce 885-B57-)    len  Denial assistant, to yrs experience. Excellent people skills,  some accounting. Call collect 980-  5082 49cn  Handlmantotheriscue  Yard work, haul away junk, chop  wood, clean gullets, SR's Discount. Doug. 885-5070       48w  SPECIAL TOUCHES  CLEANING SERVICE  Residential - commeicial - maiine.  Bonded, insured. 885-4457  48w  Handyman, labour, yard work. etc.  No job tx small. 885-0300. 49cn  Young girl seeks olfice position. 4  years experience wilh WordPerfect, Bedlord and MicroSolt  Works. 50 wpm. Reception and  accounting skills. 886-4506. 48cn  SEBERRY SERVICES  Carpel cleaning, window washing,  gutter cleaning, odd, jobs. Call  Richard. 8659899.     .    47w  Call Sue lor your compiele home  cleaning needs. 865-4185   51cn  House cleaning and yard work,  reliable, rels avail. Firm estimate  given, not hourly. 886-7041 or  886-8010 4BW  'The Whole Nine Yard!"  HARDEN SERVICES  Lawn care, landscaping, pruning,  weeding, yard clean up, commercial or residenlial. Grant 885-9565  or 1-889-3249. 49cn  SPICA SPAN CLEANERS  'II you're not happy wilh Ihe other  guy Ihen consider giving us a try*  Wendy 886-2751 or Nicole 886-  3364. 49cn  GUTTERS  CLEANED  "Leave it to us."  SENIORS'DISCOUNT  Call Now!  885-0343  Now is Ihe lime lo dress up your  furniture lor Christmas. Call  Brighton's Fine Upholstery today.  885-4808 or 885-0231        48w  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 884-5324 or  886-2312 or 686-0436        TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden oul ol  control? Need Iree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service.  Fully Insured. Commercial S residenlial. References available.  FRED 886-3526 TFN  Williams Renovation and Repair.  20 yrs experience. Call Steve at  886-8783 49w  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions ��� Bath ��� Kilchen ��� Painting ��� Drywall ��� Wallpaper 886-3792  Stefan Perry 46w  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.lt. 3 bays /1800  sq. It. upper storage space, ollice  rental potential, 524,000 per year,  Barry 886-8204. ss  Honest, reliable woman will house  clean, call Mary, Sal.-Tues. 885-  6145. I48W  JAR0 ENTERPRISES  Roberls Creek  Call today lor all your carpentry  requirements. Irom fencing to  framing and new houses. Bob Talbot, 886-2215, aft. 6pm.     TFNs  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton Iruck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Construction  686-8538  TFNs  ���XTT-   ������f>;���__t  HONEVMAN CONSTRUCTION  ��� New MnitiFCnnatriKtion  ��� Rrm-atima     , fcaip,  eWMS-0140 y��ji J  A DIVISION OF"  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Cerpeti ��� Upholilery^  IPCrWERFUL ITtU'K-lllOON'rED  EQUIPMENT  BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS  o_U_%m__m  PROFESSIONAL PAINTING  12 years experience. Residential,  commercial, industrial. Solid refs.  Greg 883-9825. 46cn  CHRISTMAS IS COMING  House cleaning  Gardens and yards  Sue'i Maintenance Service  685-77M  49cn  Williams Renovation and Repair  20 yrs. experience. Call Steve at  886-8783. I49W  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, free estimales, References  available. 886-3463   CARPENTER  House construction, framing, finishing, decks, renovations, fencing. Greg 885-2610 50w  Free, no obligation retirement  planning consultation: RRSPs,  RRIFs, cash investments, children's accounts. Contact Carol  Oppelt, Pro-Fund Distributors Ltd.  20 yrs experience. 885-1926 leave  message or 732-3249. Eg. 10.7%  47cn  37. Child Care  Playmates Daycare on Chaster  Rd. has space available lor two 2-  6 yr. olds. Hot lunches, first aid  and refs. available. Yvonne 886-  4643 ��49w  FUNSWNE DAYCARE  Certified presctiool teacher operating a licenced group daycare facilities which offers an enriched lull  day program lhal locuses on  learning thi-ough play. For children  aged 2-1/2 to 5. Full and hall day  care available. 886-3377. 48cn  Mother of 2 requires lull time day  care In my home, Sechell. 885  HW 48*  Registered nurse will give quality  day care in my home. 885-7981.  I48W Coast News. November 23, 1992 21  community  I U until Kielavr and  Louise Nichol pack up  all the fixings to be  moved Trom the  Festival of Written  Arts to downlown  Sechelt (Kosco Developments Corp. building) for their annual  Book and Polnsettia  Sale Dec. 5, and Dec.  7 through 12.  Jix'l Johnsliinc pholti  Coast News  Emergency program holds  mock disaster exercise  38 Business &  Responsible care lor your little  ones In my home. Lois ol TLC,  toys and good food. References  available. Reasonable rates.  Phone 866-2227. 48cn  Tender loving daycare lor your little one. Exp. Mom, exc. rels.  Adree 886-2579. I47W  Wanted: Live-in nanny, Gibsons  area. 886-0002 47cn  Willing lo babysit Mon-Fri In my  home, suitable lor working mom  with I child. 866-9109    I47W  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  AHUSQVARNA  FOREST A GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden Dealerships  available for Sechell  Call Dorhn at  Tldellne Logging  SS5-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY  JIM'S SMALL ENGINES  Anyone having goods lelt at Jim's  Small Engines, Hwy 101 Gibsons  should contact 886-2020 to make  arrangements lor picking them up.  48w  NOTICE OF INTENT  HOWE SOUND  HIGHWAYS DISTRICT  NOTICE is given pursuant to Section 9 (4) of the  Highway Act, lhat tha Ministry has received an  application to discontinue and close part of the right of  way atea for Grandview Road lying between Lot 1, Block  7 and Lol 12, Block 1 of Plan 1342, District Lot 906,  Group I.N.W.D.  And lhal such closed right of way be vested, pursuant lo  Section 9 (2) (a) of the Highway Ad.  A plan showing the proposed road closure may be  viewed al Ihe Highways District Office, 1016 Seamount  Way, Gibsons, B.C., during office hours. Any person  having objection to this application tor road closure  should stale same lo Ihis Ministry at Box 740, Gibsons,  B.C., VON 1VO, not later than Dec. 12,1992.  The Sunshine Coast Emergency  Program conducted a major exercise in  train Emergency Operations Centre  (EOC) staff Friday (Nov. 13), and to  identify weaknesses in the Coast's  capability to respond to a slowly developing emergency affecting the region.  There were approximately 25 people directly involved in the exercise, which began at 7  am and concluded at  2:30 pm. Although there  was no actual field activity involved, an exercise  control team provided  realistic reports of simulated field activity.  During the exercise,       fire, police, medical  responders and public works crews  were taxed to, or sometimes, beyond  their limits. Emergency social services  played a major role as well, providing  short-term accommodations for evacuees, and food for emergency response  crews as well as the victims of the  emergency.  Communications and information  'During the  exercise, fire,  police, medical  responders and  public works  crews were taxed  to their limits'  management, as expected, proved to be  major problems. For the first to hours it  proved virtually impossible to keep up  with the information flow and accurately track the developing emergency.  A simulated power failure which shut  down the telephone  switchboard, computers  and some radio equipment  added further to the difficulties experienced by  staff.  Emergency program  co-ordinator Chris Caldwell said he was satisfied  lhe exercise accomplished  its initial aims. "The  enthusiastic participation  of all those involved        resulted in a very realistic  exercise from which we  can learn a great deal," he said. "Now  we musl take systematic steps to  address identified weaknesses in our  response capability.  "We can solve many, if not all of  our identified problems, and vastly  improve our ability to deal with such  emergencies if we as a community  make it a priority to do so."  Overseas study options available  "Qualified high school students are offered a unique opportunity to spend an  academic year or summer holiday in Scandinavia, Germany, France, Switzerland,  Czechoslovakia, Britain, Holland, Poland, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Australia, New  Zealand, Japan, Uniled States or Mexico as part of the ASSE International Student  Exchange Program," announced Mona McDonald, BC coordinator for ASSE.  "Until a few years ago, only a fortunate few could afford to spend a school year  or summer abroad. Now, ASSE has changed all that," continued McDonald. Students, IS to 18 years old, qualify on Ihe basis of academic performance, character  references and a genuine desire to experience life abroad wilh a volunteer host  family from Europe, the US, New Zealand, Australia, Japan or Mexico.  "Academic year students need not have learned a foreign language as they  receive language and cultural instruction as part of lhe ASSE program. ASSE students attend regular high school classes along with Iheir new teenage friends.  "Summer exchange students live with a family abroad who speak some English.  ASSE families abroad are carefully screened to provide a caring environment in  which students can learn the language and culture of their host country."  The non-profit, public benefit ASSE International Student Exchange Program is  affiliated with the National Swedish and the Finnish Departments of Education and  cooperates with the Canadian provincial Ministries of Education.  ASSE also provides international opportunities for families to host students  from Scandinavia, Europe, Japan, the US, New Zealand, Australia or Mexico.  These selected students are 15 to 18 years old and will attend the local high school  for an academic year.  Students or families interested in more information should contact Mona  McDonald, 943-2710, or ASSE Canada at 1-800-361-3214.  40.Too Late  to classify  For Sale: 1990 35' Terry Resort,  thai looks as good as any '92 and  worth $16,500. I'm looking lor land  with a value anywhere from  $18,500 lo $25,000. Any ideas?  CaH Ken al 886-9661 or lax 886-  0399 ��"  820 KIWANIS WAY, GIBSONS  Enjoy An Active - Carefree Lifestyle  22 Quality Patio Homes ��� Adult Oriented  -^ Prices start at $128,800  IS        2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Single Level Homes  wVB&** Forjurther inforrnatioti contact:  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP. ��� (604) 886-4680  Hans Ounpuu. RR#2. S7, C26, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO  Fax (604) 886-4623  We're more than just tires!  rr m  i    mmmW0mnkTHCfcHfW * M��ialWlW  UittMMMw MKhariCaii ��� Exhaust tapteMMMit  |  AHptwarti -IrakM ��� Stacks ��� Turnups  J          -����������������� "n���*���"���'���' mm  ^���^     One W��ek Left  on November Savings of  aWQoodrieh & Oaiocumtue Tires  A*J***��,*��*i 1  V        ' ��"OQy ll-T.  MS-27M  Coastal Tires  yQ You will receive a very special  _WAm gift when you make your move  ALLIED  with Allied.. .and it's FREE!  The Careful Movers  When you make your move with Allied in addition to quality  service yuu will receive your Mftontl  StAK> WELCOME HOME  MEKHANDBE SAVINGS B<M)K" that CHI save yuu up lii 23 '������ "fl  the regular price on merchandise you will need when vou mnve  mlo ytuir new hume   .���..  ( all mm" lur .inir t\U \  no Ctbllajatton r it imalr  Ponder Harboui  customers  please CALL  COLLECT  LEN WRUV'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Picking, Storage, Local * Long Distinct Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS 886-2664  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLYOr BRITISH COLUMBIA  Lumber  Remanufacturing  PUBLIC   MEETINGS  The Select Standing Committee on Forests, Energy,  Mines, and Petroleum Resources has been authorized by  the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia to examine,  inquire into and make recommendations with respect to  the availability of lumber to remanufacturers in British  Columbia, and in particular, to consider:  1) the lumber supply requirements of the  remanufacturing sector; and  2) the barriers or impediments to increasing the  supply of lumber to the remanufacturing sector.  The Committee would like to hear your views on these  matters through a series of public meetings being held  throughout the province. These meetings are intended to  provide the Members of the Committee and the public an  opportunity to engage in formal and informal discussions  about all aspects of lumber supply to remanufacturers.  Public meetings will be held in the following locations,  on the following dates in 1993,1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.:  Victoria Monday, January 11  Udysmlth Tuesday, January 12  Comox Wednesday, January 13  New Westminster      Thursday, January 14  Monday, January IS  Tuesday, January 19  Wednesday, January 20  Thursday, January 21  Monday, January 25  Tuesday, January 26  Wednesday, January 27  Kamloops  Revelstoke  Castlegar  Penticton  Williams Lake  Smlthers  Prince George  To appear before the Committee, to determine meeting  facilities in your area, or for further information,  4**  Mr. Corky Evans, MLA,  Chairperson  Mr. EdConroy, MLA,  Deputy Chairperson  please contact:  Mr. Craig lames  Clerk of Committees  and Clerk Assistant  Room 224 ��� Parliament Buildings  Victoria, British Columbia  VBV1X4  Telephone: (604) 356-2933 (collect)  Facsimile: (604) 356-8172  ���MNMI 22 Coast News, November 23, 1992  -fife     WE NEED CUSTOMERS  tmW���XJ So we can fie/n triose in need  So we con he/p those hi need  PLEAS! SHOP  li& j****?*  HELP THE  Donation*    $M-24M or Box M  ZW. ��VK  ���VWVL S/D/A/G  Wny/ .J Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  afflSSjA   Wriy/ Sundeck Flooring ��� Pato Coverings  M^%i      ALWEST  Sb^iS        HOME  ������srSLi SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  WS/r Ol/fl SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Elphie LRUP mired, residents frustrated  by Darah Hansen  Though they're mat making an) promises,  Ihe Powell River loresi Dislricl is hoping lo  have some solid plains carved out when next  il meets wilh members of Ihe Mount l-Jphin-  slone local resource use plan (LRUP).  "We're wailing until we have something  of substance, so to speak, lo put down on  paper (before we call lhe nexl meeiing)."  said forester and LRUP chair, Hiian Hawrys.  "We think that's something the public-  would like lo see," he said.  Hawrys made Ihe comments in reference  to proposed Roberts Creek silviculture systems research projecl scheduled for Ihe area.  Since the experiment was announced earlier Ihis year, Ihe LRUP has been only verbally consulted on its design Maps and  written proposals outlining Ihe specifics of  the plan haven't yel been provided.  Nor has any discussion been initialed on  the five-year development plan for the small  business enterprise program  Hawrys said Ihe delays are due lo diffi-  cullies researchers have had in Identifying  Ihe 12 or IS areas needed lo provide adequate samples.  He said he's hoping all the information  will be available soon - al least by year's  end And wilh Ihe five-year plan expected lo  be incorporated into lhal of the experimentation, discussions regarding ils formation are  on hold  "We haven't gol that far." said Hawrys.  Bul explanations of delays are not  appeasing some members of the LRUP who  disagree with whole process  In a letter lo lhe committee outlining its  goals and function. Donna Shugar (Concerned Coast Resident! (CCR)), Brian Cole  (lores! Watch) and Mike Allegrelli (Roberts  Creek Communily Association) expressed  concern as lo Ihe direction of the lalks, writing: "We feel that we are being asked lo put  the cart before Ihe horse.  "llie LRUP musl be developed firsl. If a  research (or any other) proposal makes sense  in Ihe context of Ihe plan, il can bt considered, bul only after Ihe overall plan has been  completed."  With the process moving in the reverse  direction, members are wondering jusl how  much real input the I.RUP has in developing  local forestry practices acceptable to Ihe  community.  Bul Hawrys reaffirmed thai lhe experiment was subject to change should lhe  I.RUP as a whole reject ils premise. "There  will be a public review of the experimentation. This is noi the final plan," Hawrys said.  He added "Ihe I.RUP and Ihe researchers  should be prepared lo lake the plan lo the  communily al large for Iheir review."  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