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Array LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Building  Victoriii, B.C. V8V 1X4    95'. 9  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  November 16,1992 Volume 46 Issue 46  Skelly, doctors debate healthcare initiatives  by Darah Hansen  There were al least two points they  agreed upon - Canada has the best  health care system in the world, and if  costs continue to climb at the present  rate, Canadians are in danger of losing  il.  The points they didn't agree upon  filled the remaining two hours of local  programing as Dr. Jim Petzold, replacing absent MLA Gordon Wilson, and  NDP MP Ray Skelly faced off in a televised debate Thursday, focusing on the  issue of health care spending.  Fielding questions over the phone  lines and from the studio audience, Petzold and Skelly spoke on subjects as  specific as the future of holistic  MDs lament lack of discussion on alternatives  medicine, user-fees and abortion, and as  vast the Seaton Report and more effective health care spending. But contention centred around Skelly's proposal for a community-based health care  society.  Skelly refuted the claim that the proposed society represented an attempt to  decentralize health care by setting in  place a two-tiered system. "There has  been no attempt made to displace  physicians. I'm just simply offering an  opportunity for something different."  Skelly reiterated concern that the  present system allows patients no alternatives to doctors' decision-making. He  criticized the doctors' recent switch  from allowing phone-in prescription  renewals to forcing in-person appointments with patients, citing individual  cases where patients have been inconvenienced.  On a monthly basis, Skelly said,  "that's 12 billings and 12 dispensing  fees... That's not good medicine, that's  good political practice."  And to doctors' threats of opting out,  a health society would solve the dilemma, Skelly said. Already in Powell  River a constitution has been drawn up  outlining the basis of such a society  with a consultant hired to work oul the  potential "bugs."  "There is no harm in exploring  ideas. Why would you be afraid of  another idea?" Skelly asked.  "We're not afraid of discussion.  There hasn't been enough discussion,"  Petzold said. "We invite discussion if  it's frank, open and honest.'' Something  the doctors w!,o packed tin- audience  agreed has not been forthcoming.  "I don't think you've addressed it at  all. The only discussion we've had is  what we've gleaned from the papers,"  Petzold said.  Petzold said doctors were unsure  where funding would come for such a  society, expressing concern lhal money  would be drawn from the present  strained health care budget.  "We do understand," said Petzold,  "that we don'l ed more doctors. What  we do need is more (hospital) beds and  home-care."  turn tu back page  Lands  approves  sinking  by Jane Seyd  The controversial sinking of  HMCS Chaudiere will likely go  ahead in Sechelt Inlet soon.  On Friday, a permit to scuttle the vessel near Kunechin  Point was issued to the Artificial Reef Society by the B.C.  lands ministry.  Margo Elewonibi, a spokesperson for the ministry, said  both environmental concerns  and community support, including local government backing,  were taken into account in making the decision. "I think the  community was roughly split  on this issue but 'here seemed  to be many more in support of  it," she said.  One group still not in support of the project, however, is  the Sechelt Indian Band. Elewonibi said as far as she is  aware, the band has not  changed ils position opposing  the sinking.  Previously the band council  said if all permits were issued  to the reef society, the Sechelt  would consider seeking a court  injunction to prevent the sinking.  At press time, band councillors were not available for comment.  Other government agencies  consulted by the lands department included the ministries of  aboriginal affairs and attorney  general.  The permit to be issued by  the province today includes  approvals from both Crown  Lands and the Canadian Coast  Guard.  Final approval of an ocean  dumping permit from Environment Canada has not yet been  issued. Under the permit, the  society must give advance  notice of the sinking date.  It's bazaar season and Doreen Gunner, along with a multitude of early Christmas shoppers, will  begin the process of buying gifts. Here Gunner ponders ceramic figurines at a Sunnycrest Mall  fair. Joel Johnstone photo  SCRD determined  to remove house  by Jane Seyd  George Jordan built his  house upon a rock. Or to be  more specific, on a steep and  narrow waterfront lot in Langdale.  Problem is, he did it before  he gol a permit.  And now, despite a recent  court judgment which calls lhe  regional  district's  attitude  unreasonable, direc-         tors are looking into  a further court  appeal    allowing  impose any lime limit on what  ... can be fairly called a bureaucratic langle."  "Mr. Jordan has done and is  continuing to do all lhat anyone  could reasonably expect of him  to resolve the problem."  Regional directors disagree,  and say Ihey will appeal the  decision. Passing a demolition  bylaw on lhe properly is also an        option,Frith says  "This is not the   lne re;ison 'he issue  is being pursued by  the board is that  1940s where  them to tear the cot- you COuM come   there has to be a  tage down. Prob  lems first surfaced  be-lween Jordan and  the regional district  in 1989, when Ihe  original cabin on his  4,000 sq. ft. lol was  removed and Jordan  began construction of a new  building to replace it - without  first getting the necessary permits.  Later, Jordan could not get  the permits because Ihere is not  enough room on Ihe properly  for either a seplic tank or treatment plant disposal field.  When the situation first  developed, said West Howe  Sound director Jeremy Frilh,  "We gave him every possible  opportunity."  But three years later, there  are still no solutions which  would allow Jordan to build on  the property.  The regional district says  that's too bad. And most recently it took Jordan to BC Supreme  Court, to force him to honour an  earlier commitment to take  down the illegally built cottage.  But calling Ihe regional district uncooperative, the court  apparently took a dim view of  the SCRD's insistence on dragging the matter into court and  said the action "represented a  lack of reality in trying to  here with  packing crates  and start  building'  -Jeremy Frith  Labour strife bubbling aboard BC Ferries  by Stuart Burnside  The BC Ferry )and Marine  Worker's Union (BCFMU) is  scheduled to vote on taking  strike action Nov. 26, following  a break down in contract negotiations with the BC Ferry Corporation (BCFC).  The BCFMU walked out of  contract talks Nov. 2, two days  after their contract with the ferry  corporation expired.  "We had been negotiating  since Sept. 25," said BCFC  spokesman Bud Harbridge. He  declined to comment on the  nature of the disagreement but  said outside help has been called  in to deal with the situation.  "We've applied for a mediator," he said. "Brian Foley has  been appointed." Foley is the  chairman of the the dispute resolution department of the Industrial Relations Council.  "All 1 know is they've  reached an impasse, they've  applied for a mediator, and I'm  going to try to help settle it,"  Foley said when contacted last  week.  He said he received letters  from both parties following the  break down.  He will will meet with them  Nov. 23 in an attempt to work  something out before Ihe strike  vote.  The BCFMU has 3.090 members. The union last took job  action affecting the Sunshine  Coast in 1979, according to Harbridge. Service was disrupted  for one day.  inside  commlty pag$6  mUortalt    pag* 4  Wnn       AHPff  OUImWF               ajM^^F    9  $port$       1*9*13  Tainted Jervis shellfish pose no threat to human health  by Darah Hansen  There is no reason to be concerned  over the recent discovery of the toxic  compound tricyclohexyltin in shellfish  throughout the Strait of Georgia, scientists say.  Dr. Jeff Thompson of the Institute of  Ocean Sciences in Sidney, said the trace  amounts found in various sites off the  Fraser River Estuary, lower Vancouver  Island and in oysters in Jervis Inlet, were  "very, very low.  "There is no danger to the shellfish  industry," he said. "This is strictly a scientific puzzle."  The chemical compound was discovered by scientists monitoring the Strait  for other toxins - tributyltin and triph-  enyltin - commonly used in marine anti-  fouling paints. But they found tricyclohexyltin - a toxin used in pesticides, said  Thompson, and its source of origin has  yet to be traced accurately.  The current theory links the compound  to its widespread use in a fanning pesticide used to kill mites on strawberry  plants in the Fraser Valley. Thompson  estimated the amount used over a 10-year  span ending in 1989 could be as much as  10 metric tons (10,000 kilograms) and  suspects some of that seeped from the  local watershed into the Fraser River.  And the scientists have not yet ruled  out the idea that the toxin is blowing in  from parts of the world where the pesticides are still in use.  Thompson did say as far as he understood, the appearance of the toxin could  not be linked to pesticide applications  used by the forestry industry.  "Take it from me," Thompson said,  "the foresters are safe on this one."  Testing the theories has only just  begun with science crews trying to match  sediment contents in the Fraser River  with those drawn from the Strait.  They also plan to test areas of remote  access such as mountain peaks and isolated lakes, where, according to Thompson,  "the only input could be the atmosphere."  Thompson said it was difficult to say  just what the discovery implies, adding  that it depends just how widely distributed the compound is.  Commenting generally on the immediate danger it presented to human health,  Thompson said: "The higher the organism (on the food chain), the less sensitive  it becomes. So humans will be less sensitive than oysters."  clear message sent,  especially since  many other rural  areas of the Sunshine Coasl contain  "unbuildablc" lots.  "Nobody should        build   without  a  building permit," he says. "This  is noi lhe 1940s where you  could come up here with packing crates and start building."  In rural areas, says Frilh,  most of lots are required lo be  self-servicing, allhough if a lot  proves "unbuildable," assessment value of Ihe property  should reflect lhat.  According to Ihe court judgment, Jordan spent $30,000 on  the cabin before finding out he  couldn't get Ihe permits. He  also says he stands to lose thousands of dollars of property  value.  Bul Frith says Jordan should  have known better. "He should  have spent his money first ...  There are a number of neighbours extremely upset by the  way he went aboul Ihis."  Frilh said he couldn't say  exactly how much it cost the  regional dislricl lo Hike Ihe case  lo court, bul commented, "It's  not a gratuitous use of taxpayers' money."  Jordan could not be reached  for comment.  Up the  Woodcreek  in waste  by Jane Seyd  It's overflowing, il smells  and it's posing a potential  health hazard.  But despite orders from the  Waste Management Branch to  clean up their act over a month  ago, developers of Woodcreek  Park in Gibsons have left neighbouring residents deep in - to  put it politely - an unpleasant  mess.  Since earlier this year, a  sewage treatment plant and  drainage field serving the subdivision haven't been working  properly.  And according to Dick  Derby, alternate director for  Area E who visited the site  Nov. 11, the field has now  backed up to the point where it  is spewing effluent on to nearby  properties.  turn to page 2  >TM_ Coast News, November 16, 1992  Retirement and Insurance Manning  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ��� Servini* the Coast  since 1982  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800-663-20*; 1  Munul fund* Ik cm f wilh  n lifuup .4 hunl-i ll J  Lawrence K Chambers, au  CHAMBFRS  Unions applaud labour code changes  1992 24'6" WINNEBAGO SUNDANCER 400  ON NEW FORD CHASSIS         $39,999       1989 24' MOTORHOME  $27,900  1990 24' MOTORHOME  $29,900  NOT IXACTIV AS SHOWN  9V NORTHERN LITE FULL SIZE  Fiberglass Camper - Shower Model  $12,990  HAPPY HOLIDAY MOTORHOME  RENTALS & SALES & SERVICE  W4025 OR  by Charles Hart  Changes lo the provincial  labour code recently tabled in  the legislature by the NDP have  met largely favourable response  from Coast unions, who say the  new law will restore fairness in  Ihe workplace.  Murray Cantelon, president  of IWA local 171 which has  about 400 members on the Sunshine Coast, said he is especially  pleased wilh Bill 84 changes  lhal will allow unions' lo certify  without Ihe 10-day cooling off  period required under Bill I')  Under Ihe new law, "if a majority of people want lo join a union  (S3 per cent), they sign up and  it's a done deal," he said.  Delay tended lo create an  atmosphere of intimidation and  fear in which workers preparing  to sign up would be threatened  wilh lay offs. Cantelon said.  "It's a democratic right to join a  union, but it's not democracy in  action when there's room for  Intimidation."  Cantelon added that Bill 84  provisions which prevent  employers from hiring replacement workers will restore the  balance of power in negotiations  and remove hostility that has led  to violence on picket lines. "II  forces companies to neai workers with respect and encourages  them lo bargain in good faith,"  he said.  Cantelon said il is unfortunate thai some companies are  reacting to the legislation with  paranoia, and argued  that those who are *_���"  treating employees  fairly have nothing to  fear. "I don'l Ihink  there's anything to  worry about from an  employers' perspective." ������  Cantelon's comments were echoed by Lynda  Olsen, presidenl of CUPE local  160, which represents 160 non-  teaching staff in schools including teachers' aides, custodial  and clerical workers. Olsen said  the legislation will restore union  bargaining power to whal it was  before Bill Vander Zalm's governmenl brought in Bill 19.  "It means management and  labour will have lo sit down and  talk." Olsen added that the  changes will likely have little  affect on CUPE negotiations on  Ihe Coasl, however, as the  school board and union have  The new code  is not without  its critics'  been able to settle contracts  without confrontation or strikes  since CUPE was established  here 30 years ago.  Hospital Employees Union  representative, Linda Moseley,  said she is hoping the legislation  will give her union the right lo  determine essential  mmmm~~    services. The issue  went to the IRC during Ihe last strike and  the union was not  happy    with    Ihe  results or the cost. "I  always believed lhat  ���������    union workers knew  whal was required to  adequately staff a hospital,"  Moseley said. "The IRC gave  management a leverage that was  unacceptable lo us."  Moseley said she is particularly pleased with the anti-scab  provisions of Bill 84. "Who  needs that kind of tension? It's  already bad enough when people feel they have to strike."  Judy Steele, BCGEU spokes-  -woman for Sechelt municipal  workers, said she was surprised  at the decision to disband the  Industrial Relations Council  since the district had just had  one of its members appointed to  the council.  Sleek said she did not know  how the change in law might  affect labour relations in Sechelt  since the union is only one year  old and members are relatively  inexperienced.  The union had threatened to  strike earlier this year when its  firsl contract talks with the  municipality stalled, but a settlement was reached soon after a  strike vole was taken.  Steele's counterpart in Gibsons, Irene Wood, said in 11  years since BCGEU certification, municipal workers had  never run afoul of the town in  negotiations. Wood said she  had not studied Bill 84. "I don't  have any comments at this  time."  The new code is not without  its critics. The Liberals have  attacked it as bad for BC business and investment and Opposition Leader Gordon Wilson  called the new certification rules  "a serious violation of democratic rights."  The view was shared by  Socred leader Jack Weisgerber,  who labelled Bill 84 "the  biggest political pay-off in BC  history."  Reaching out to youths, teen centre opens  Kids & Tobacco  It's a crime.  by Stuart Burnside  While Sechell teenagers continue their  search for a place to hang up their anti-social  reputations, Gibsons youths have found  theirs. And it was provided through the combined efforts of much of the community.  The Gibsons Outreach Teen centre officially opened Saturday with a ribbon cutting  by Mayor Eric Small, performed while other  officials and community members looked on.  Outreach organiser Emily Barber-Gareau  said she is optimistic about Ihe facilities  future. She said there weren't a lot of youths  involved yet, but she expected more. "If Ihey  don't get involved," she said, "I'll be very,  very disappointed."  "Pretty soon the kids will know it's there,  and then we'll get going great guns." Gareau  added.  'Pretty soon tbe kids will  know it's there, and then  well get going great guns'  -Emily Barber-Gareau  Gareau is a french immersion teacher for  School District 46, and she brings to the teen  centre a philosophy of working within the  community. Many of the activities planned  for the new facility will reflect that belief.  "All of our projects involve the kids  doing something to give back," Gareau said.  They will grow a garden nexl year, for  instance, with all the vegetables produced  going lo the food bank.  Gareau said the opening of the teen centre  was the culmination of "some years of  effort," but it was worth it on behalf of Ihe  teens.  "I feel the young people belong to all of  us, not just the parents that bore them," she  said. "I don't like to see the kids dragging  around, and I don't like to see them getting a  bad reputation."  Gareau said she intends to stay with the  program once it's running smoothly. "I really  like young people and I want lo stay with it,  she said,"... supervise il."  The outreach centre is built from Ihree  trailers donated by Howe Sound Pulp and  Paper and on land donated by the municipality. Inside it will have pool tables, a stereo,  TV and VCR, an art room and more.  "None of it would have been possible  without the community," Gareau said,  "Every one has been greal."  TEEN DANCE  Sponsored by  the  CRU.  Friday, Dec. 4th  7:30 -11:30 pm  ELPHINSTONE  HIGH SCHOOL  Music by ^  MUCH MUSIC  # Admission $7  Tickets available at  Elphinstone &  Chatelech  High School  ,^**,  "Say NO to  drugs A alcohol  and YES lo a  lun evening."  Developers cited in sewer situation  from page 1  "ll was a filthy mess," he  told regional directors on Thursday. "It was raw sewage that  was coming out of the septic  field...The holes are overflowing all over the neighbour's  yard."  Earlier this year, residents of  ihe subdivision asked the  regional district to take over the  treatment plant, after a war of  words broke out between home  owners and the developer, who  said residents had not made  their required annual maintenance payments.  But the regional district said  it won't take take over the plant  until the system has been  brought up to standards.  Apparently that hasn't happened, despite a hand-delivered  order from the Waste Management Branch to do so.  According to that order,  issued at the beginning of October, developers were to come up  with a plan for repair or replacement of the disposal fields and  to restrict the quantity of effluent going in to the fields as an  interim measure.  Not following the order is a  Special Touches  CLEANING SERVICES  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Marine  No job too big or small  INSURED WORK BONDEDSTi\FF  885-4457     MHour  violation under the Wasle Management Act and could lead to  legal action.  But Derby says there are no  signs serious action has been  taken to correct the problem.  "Here they are digging holes  and leaving them wide open."  Jim Brookes, environmental  health officer with the Gairibaldi  Health Unit, agreed the mess  was a potential health problem,  and said earlier this month the  chief health inspector issued a  ticket to the developers.  But "paying a fine doesn't  correct the situation," he said.  The regional board is now  writing to the Wasle Management Branch requiring Ihem lo  enforce Ihe order.  "Somebody has lo fix il,"  said Gibsons director Eric  Small. "Somebody has lo  enforce it."  Neither the developers, Don  and Kalherine Mclntyre of West  Vancouver, or the Waste Management's enforcement officers  could not be reached for comment.  Wilson Creek Gallery.  ���������'���*' ���������  '$&&  Coloured Metal Mouldings  Non-Glare Glass  Start Thinking of Christmas Nowl  Quality Custom Framing  on Premises  Bring In your originals, limited editions,  poster dry mounting, needle work stretching,  oil paintings  Taking Orders Now for new limited edition  Canuck Hockey Printsl  4336 Hwy 101, Wilton Creek Plaza,  Sechelt ��� 885-0877  Hours: 9:M - 5:00 Mon - Sat  Sunday by Appointment  at Coast News, November 16, 1992  The politics of power at the LRUP table  Part 5 of a stries  by Jane Seyd  From the beginning, the  question of who gels a say in  what happens lo Ihe forest has  been central to Ihe Tetrahedron  Local Resource Use Plan.  Al Ihe beginning of the process more than Iwo years ago,  jusl figuring out who had a  legitimate voice in the decision  took a huge amount of time,  members say.  Now, regardless of Ihe more  subtle nuances, there are still  Ihose who feel logging is a high  priority and those who feel it  isn't. _____  And Ihe arguments over who is  right still come  down lo a perceived  lack of impartiality  on the pari of Ihe  forest industry to a       perceived lack of  common sense on the other side.  Says Linda Williams of the  several seats held by forest companies on the LRUP, "Everybody knows you don't ask the  fox what he thinks about the  security arrangements at the  chicken coop.  "It's not fair to have someone sitting on a committee who  may lose his job based on their  decision," she says. "It precludes their ability to assess  information in an unbiased manner."  Or as Dan Bowman of the  Tetrahedron Alliance puts il:  "Interfor isn't going lo voluntarily give up the rights to cul the  Tetrahedron."  For Iheir own part, ihose who  want to log also aren't thrilled  with who gets lo decide what  happens in the forest.  Because of the huge amount  of time Ihe process takes, the  average working person can't  participate, says Murray Cantelon of the local IWA. "It's elitist," he says. "It's a philosophical debate to some people. It's  not the real world to them."  Cantelon says that means an  The structure  sucks... it goes  on and on'  -Murniy Canteltm  imbalance in the kinds of decisions that are made.  There's also been concern  that not everyone is committed  to resolving the Tetrahedron  issue locally. Says Cantelon,  "There's an awful lol of lobbying going on behind the scenes."  One thing both groups can  agree on is frustration over both  a lack of a clear structure and  goals for Ihe LRUP.  "The structure sucks," says  Murray Cantelon. "...It goes on  and on. You've got no clearly  defined area for discussion."  Increasingly, Ihe length of  _____   time Ihe process has  taken is also a serious  problem. After two  and a half years,  invariably there are  burn outs and drop  ouls and changes in  Ihe people who come  lo Ihe meetings.  "You spend a lol of lime  going backwards," says Cantelon  For the most part, there have  been no deadlines, "and if Ihey  are they're ignored," says Paul  Tingley of the Integrated Use  Coalition.  Gelling consensus among  opposing points of view doesn't  come quickly. And even then,  says Jeremy Frith of the regional board, "il is often on a very  watered-down decision."  Even on decisions which are  reached, says Rick Brower of  International Forest Products,  "Every second meeting it comes  up again and gets debated."  But while some see Ihe process dragging on through a lack  of will and battles of semantics,  others point to a lack of money  and resources.  "They don'l have any money  for the LRUP. You can't have a  process without some authority," says Brad Benson of the  Tetrahedron Alliance. "And  money goes hand in hand with  that."  "There's all kinds of money  allotted for the top down sort of  MAKE YOUR OWN GIFTS!  Barrettes,  Necklaces.  Earrings,  Bracelets  Largest Selection of Beads and Findings on the Coast  FXTRAS  IUmmports  885 - 6460  Cowrie St. StM-hell Mon.- Sal.. 10:00 5:30 Closed Sundays  T  Soil Newsprint  Roll Ends  <_1   " rtlfliTfT.' Varloua mlztttt tor SS. S10 and $15 aach  '������ "**��� .MianIN - In Qlbmona ml 537 Crulca Lana  - In Sachalt al 5521 Cowrla SI.  WARDROBE  WORK  HOP  Paul Jones of Friends of Caren, displays a $1,000 Robert  Bateman print "Colonial Garden" donated to the group by the  artist. It will be rallied in the New Year. Jane Seyd photo  stuff. If they valued public community involvement, why didn't  they give us Ihe resources?"  says Cantelon.  While money for necessary  studies has been distinctly lacking, dragging the time it takes to  make decisions out further,  computer-generated maps based  on outdated inventories have  been gladly produced by the  Ministry of Forests. That's been  less than impressive to most  LRUP members.  "We need real information so  we can make an honest decision," says George Smith of the  Tetrahedron Alliance. "Not pretty maps that nobody cares  about."  Or as Cantelon puts it: "All  that is, is high-tech, glossed-  over bad information."  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BY GINNY VAIL  Wednesday, Nov. 18  7-9 pm at Cactus Flower  DISCOVER  ��� How fo clean your closet - wfiaf  lo keep and how to cut the losses  of previous mistakes.  ��� How to maximize your wardrobe  by choosing tbe best colours.  ��� How fo develop your personal  style, a look lhat is consistent  with your body type, personality  and goals.  Advance Registration  Onlv  885-5323  Registration Fee: $15.00*  ���Redeemable I'or Merchandise  up to December 24/92  ictus  lowei*  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  WINTERIZE NOW  at SOUTH COAST FORD  Cooling System  Service "THE SAFE WAY" by  Reusing your old Anti-Freeze  DON'T POLLUTE! - RECYCLE!  FLUSH &  CLEAN  $49  95  AND FREEZE EaXIVA  IF NEEDED Coast News, November 16, 1992  Clinton's election  best hope for  Canada  The President-Elect of the United Slates of America  held his first post-election press conference the other day  and, in the service of our readership, we faithfully luned  in to see how Bill Clinton was dealing with success.  It was a good performance. Clinton was relaxed, calm  and determined. He sounded all (he same notes during his  press conference lhal he had made his theme during the  election campaign.  It may, of course, he a sad reflection of the wcll-heing  of Ihe democratic process when it is felt to he worthy of  comment that a candidate's case for election remains  intact as far as the first post- election press conference.  Be that as it may. it was nonetheless somehow reassuring to hear Clinton exhibit Ihe same determination lo  revitalize Ihe American economy after he had won election. It may be that there is a sea change of some importance taking place, and not before time.  It is undoubtedly premature to be comparing Clinton  wilh Franklin Delano Roosevelt, but Ihe comparison is  being made in some quarters. Just as Roosevelt hauled  Ihe American economy oul of the Great Depression by  initialing a series of public works programs, so does Clinton intend io address the malaise of the American economy by some long overdue spending on the roads, bridges,  and schools of America.  For a dozen years it has been fashionable here in the  West to decry the role to be played by government in the  management of the economy. Keynesian economics,  which gave us the longest sustained prosperity since the  Second World War, had a crucial role for government to  play, especially when the downturns came.  But a series of undisciplined governments, Trudeau's  Liberals in Canada for example, overspent wildly and ran  us into debt. On the heels of this profligacy came the doctrinaire conservatives like Reagan and Thatcher and parroted ineffectually by George Bush.  To them all government was an anathema and the less  it messed with the economy the better the economy  would be. Clinton marks a serious and, in the opinion  here, overdue change of direction.  We in Canada should be grateful for the election of  this activist President. If he is successful in getting his  country growing again we will be sure to benefit.  J That's the best hope we have. Our own governing  ly is bereft of ideas and energy, trapped still in the  doctrinaire cocoon from which America is just emerging,  led by a leader who is discredited if not despised but who  seems likely to cling to power for its own sake long after  his ideas have gone home.  If there is going lo be a turn for the better in our  affairs, it would seem likely to come through no particular deserving other than our proximity to an awakening  giant.  That may serve us well in the short term but long term  we simply have to gel rid of the crassly incompetent rascals who currently form our federal government.  Mulroney was elected promising to get our deficit  under control, to create jobs, and to bring Quebec back  into the constitutional fold.  The deficit has grown unabated during his eight years  in power despite much steely jawed posturing from Mulroney and Michael Wilson; there are more Canadians  unemployed than when the Tories won the election first  in 1984; and twice Mulroney has just about split the country apart in unavailing efforts to bring Quebec into the  constitution. It is surely enough.  Doctors'  politicking disgusts  I watched the Cable 11 program on health care. I was one  of those phone-in callers who  did not get an opportunity to ask  a question or express an opinion.  I believe this program would  best serve the Coast as the first  of a series.  There was one point that was  made and I believe deliberately  misunderstood. A health maintenance society would not, and 1  repeat not, be responsible for a  two-tiered medical system. If in  fact such a system occurs it is  my belief that it will be because  doctors opted out of MSP,  thereby making access to medical treatment a virtual impossibility for many of our residents.  Dr. Petzold, who bravely  stood in for Gordon Wilson,  stated that no doctors on the  Coast will opt out. This is great!  It is a commitment that we have  been wailing to hear.  If Dr. Petzold has the authority to speak for all the doctors  on that issue and there are guarantees thai our physicians will  noi opt out, I believe that the  maintenance society will not be  deemed to be needed unless it is  a decision which flows from the  Seaton Commission Report.  Another point which was  glossed over was the amount of  the budget that doctors' are  responsible for. Their salaries  account for approximately 20  percent.  Whal about all the other  expenses incurred at their direction - the self-serving refusal to  refer to chiropractors, massage  therapist, naturopaths or home-  opathists and the reluctance to  prescribe generic medical alternatives?  The point I was calling about  was only briefly touched on, so  1 would like to elaborate now.  Last month I was very ill and  needed a visit to the Gibsons  clinic. As I walked through the  door of the doctor's office I was  assaulted by a threatening political poster.  I use the word assaulted  because that was how I felt -  assaulted. I also know someone  who is a psychiatric patient in  Vancouver who is confronted  with similar posters and petitions each visit.  I believe lhat doctors are taking advantage of people who are  ill, scared and vulnerable. Anyone who knows me would agree  that I am not easily intimidated;  on this occasion I was. When 1  recovered and learned some  facts I became angry and disgusted that these pillars of the  community would resort to such  crude techniques. How do I confront my doctor with what is, in  my opinion, his dubious ethics?  Do I waste the taxpayers money  on a visit to the clinic lo discuss  politics?  I Ihink that a doctor's office  is for the treatment of the sick  and injured, not the dissemination of political propaganda.  LYNDA OLSEN  Langdale  Sleeping in Sechelt  is the pits  Here I am again ��� ready to  go to sleep and the background  noise of the gravel pit continues  on and on and on! I feel completely helpless!  Talking to Construction  Aggregates brings no results,  writing letters is futile ��� even  the Town Hall meeting last year  brought no results! So where do  we go from here?  Can the Town of Sechelt not  take action? How can a gravel  operation so close to the town's  boundaries be allowed to run all  night long when it affects so  many people? I just don't understand!  Does nobody hear us?  J. PHEASEY  Sechelt  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  Film schedule  winding up  Please accept this letter  regarding our schedule for filming in Gibsons, particularly in  regards to the various special  effects we will be filming.  Unfortunately, the church we  built (which many residents  have grown to appreciate) was  partially destroyed by two  explosions lasl week. For Ihe  purposes of our story, the  church will remain in a stale of  disrepair until we tear it down  and return the area to ils original  condition in late November.  Beginning Ihis week, we will  start filming around "Needful  Things" store and we have some  explosions planned during the  late evening hours. These smaller explosions will lead up to i  major explosion at the "Needfiil  Things" store on Saturday, Nov.  21 after midnight in the wee  hours. Due to the size of this  explosion, the RCMP and the  fire department will be on hand  to strictly regulate pedestrian  and vehicular traffic.  Spectators will be advised to  go to the end of the Government  Dock. From this vantage point  they will be able to see what is  going on and be safe al lhe same  time. We cannot emphasize  enough that our concern for  safety is paramount.  The date above is subject to  change and we will notify residents and business people  accordingly. Your help and  cooperation is greatly appreciated.  STEWART BETHUNE  Unit Manager,  Needful Productions Ltd.  One man's answer to the dark dreariness of November  It gets dark early these days. It was just after  five when I dropped by Jake's place to see how the  old timer was doing but already it was near dark  Jake was in the yard getting in some wood. His  black cat was supervising from a position atop the  wood pile. In the mist and gathering dark she  seemed the very embodiment of the misty, mysterious month which is November.  All the years I've been visiting Jake he's had  that cat and when I came through the gate she  greeted me as she nearly always does, with a look  that was about equal parts recognition and absolute  indifference.  "How you doin', Jake?"  "Just fine," said Jake cheerfully, "Just fine.  Grab a few sticks of wood and come on in and I'll  give you a bowl of pea soup against the chill of the  season."  I was quick to comply. There may be someone  somewhere who makes better pea soup than Jake  does but I doubt it  The cabin was savoury with the smell of the  good soup and cosy with the heat from the wood  stove on which tbe soup pot sat.  "Sit down, sit down," said Jake. "This is a masterpiece of a soup and it's always better if it's  shared."  musings  John burnside  I dumped my armload of logs in tbe fire basket  by tbe stove and pulled a chair up to the table. The  cat was keeping an eye on me from a stool nearby.  Outside the November night was falling on Georgia Strait with a fine rain misting down.  Jake hummed a nine as he busded about with  bowls and ladle.  "You seem in fine fenle, Jake."  He chuckled. "Yeah, just too damn stupid to  know any better I suppose. How about yourself?"  "Oh, I'm gc'ting by alright. It all seems a bit  tougher for rr.e in November for some reason.  Been like that ever since I can remember."  "Most places I'v ever lived it's a month which  requires man to manufacture his own sunshine,  that's for sure," said Jake "and I've known more  than one that died trying. For me a pot of soup, a  good book, and enough wood for the stove does  the trick just nicely. Here's your soup."  It was wonderful stuff in all truth and for a  while we gave it our full attention.  I polished it off with a sigh. "Great stuff, Jake.  Thank you."  "Don't mention it," said Jake cheerfully. "Have  more if you like. The pot's full of it. Leave the  bowls where they are, I'll deal with them later."  He moved to his favourite chair by the stove  and pulled out his old pipe, lit it and took a good  drag at it with the air of a man who was well  pleased with the world. The cat moved to the arm  of Jake's chair and began to rumble the sound of  its own content in the direction of the stove.  "I guess I'm giving myself a holiday," he said,  after a while. "I'm taking a vacation from the all-  pervasive stupidity which is the specialty of our  vain and benighted species. With the simple ingredients that you have just shared with me and a  mind ftee to contemplate the eternal mysteries at  leisure I can be as well content as my old friend  here."  He stroked the black cat as he spoke and the  purring doubled in volume at the touch of his hand.  The yellow eyes were turned towards him with a  look of uncompromising adoration.  "In fact, in November, I try to emulate her as  much as I can. I recognize it is a heavy month, full  of a strange sadness. Long ago I learned to avoid  alcohol at this time of the year. It made me crazy.  I've learned to swear off politicians when the dark  comes down on us.  I reckon our sorely tried spirits have enough to  do without wrestling with the self-induced darkness of our governments."  We sat in silence a while. Nighl had fallen outside the cabin and the only light in the room wat  coming through the open grate of the wood stove.  It flickered and danced over the three of us as we  sat. It seemed there was nothing that needed saying  and we were both glad. For the cat, of course, that  was always tine.  "It's good to see you well, Jake., I think I  should start down die road for home. I'll drop by  again real soon."  "Do that, do that," said Jake cheerfully. "And  remember, in these bleak days to spare some time  for some simple pleasures and some pleasant  thoughts. It's bener than a tonic."  So are you, Jake, so are you, I thought as I  drove through the dark to home.  COAST^NEWS  I year. $35 ���> $2.45 CST-$37.45  6 month, ��� $20* 11.40CST- $21.40  (���year ��� $40 |No CST|  Raf. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast News is loraHy owned  and published on the Sunshine Coast. B.C.  even/ Monday by Gtnthrt1hm\I Ui  Ommm Office  Box 460, Cibsons, RC, VON IVO  I604| 886-2622, Fn (604) 886-7725  Sedbafi office  Box 68, Sechelt, RC, VON 3 AO  (604) 885-3930, Editorial (604) 885-3980,  Fn (604) 885-3954  Pat Tripp  AnVt9f1lamT>g  Jean Broccoli. Denise Sherman  * B.II Rogers, Simons Cartysts-SmMh  Rtporlmr.*  Stuart Bumttte  Jane Seyd, Darah Hanson  Offh��� MJr/MOaVr *  tara Thomson  Pflotogrmphmr  ��� Josl JohnMons  omctstMti  Gftson**  Sus Connor  Rum Fo-eeisr. Janice Edmonds  Production*  Cathy Met*.  Fran BumfaVJe, Beverly Shipley  AndyJaakes  | ^$7t^_\^_*^^_^_^t^_l^_^_c_^_^_^ |  The Sunshine Coast News rs protected by copyright  and reproduction of my part of it by any means is  prohibited unless permission in writing is first secured  from CUssford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright Coast News, November 16, 1992  opinion  Catching a catch-as-catchxan education  In 1935 I was 17 and qualified for entrance lo the Univer-  sity of Manitoba, but it was also  depression and drought on the  Prairies, and I had three young  brothers, and so I had an 8 am  to S pm office job instead.  My three best friends, Alan  and Ernie and Ozzie, however,  were going lo Manitoba ('shine  forth Brown and Blue') and  they were of a mind to keep me  abreast of reading lists, etc.,  pass me a few notes and so on.  It turned out to be better than  that.  It was a time when U.S. style  Fraternities were at the peak of  their popularity at Canadian universities, but my three friends,  one of whom was Jewish, which  made a difference with fraternities in ihose days, opted out.  They took over most of a rooming house on Broadway, just  along from the downtown campus, and including lhe downstairs silling room (with fireplace) and Ihe upstairs kitchen.  A fourth room was made available and I moved in.  So instead of a mile and  halfs walk, in all weathers, to  the end of the street car line in  Fort Garry where the family  lived, I had a mere stroll up  Main Street to the office. And  the office wasn't bad. The  office, in fact, turned out to be  another piece of good fortune. It  was a small branch office of one  of die four biggest investment  banking firms ���- a manager, a  bond trader, a secretary, a bookkeeper and me. All of us nestled  in a suitably cushy decor. What  we were dealing wilh was large  amounts of money.  It was of course still the  depression in this cosy suile, but  the effect was mainly thai Ihere  was less to do. The manager  was a relatively young man for  the job, still, off and on, working on his Master's thesis in  Economics. He pul me, his  junior, on a course in economics  and I spent part of my time on  duty reading Jeremy Bentham,  Adam Smith et al. Being  involved lo some degree with  Ihe daily flux and change of the  markets was not a bad way to  read the great theorists.  Back home, however, at the  house the whole ambience was  much changed. My three friends  were honoring in English and  History and keenly involved in  avant-garde movements in poetry and prose. They had clearly  become favourites with a few of  their professors, who would  sometimes drop in and sit about  the fire and sip sherry (sherry  and gin when we could afford  it), and discuss T.S. Eliot and  James Joyce and fellows like  that.  My presence, often suitably  silent, came to be taken for  granted; and later my presence  In a nutshell  at restricted night seminars  raised not an eyebrow. I was  somehow taken to be a bona  fide sludent.  For example, I was involved  in an extraordinary student  brawl. It took place in a pub not  far from the campus and  involved maybe SO people.  Ostensibly the contention was  whether Marvell's poem To His  Coy Mistress was a good or bad  poem, but the fisticuffs that  raged through the pub was  about whether the modern poetry (Aupen, Eliot, etc.) was or  was not the valid stuff of the  future. Extraordinary though,  this fight on the Prairie over  poetry. You wonder whether it  could happen anywhere today.  Unusual also, perhaps, Ihe  fact that one of the battlers was  in actuality not much more than  an office boy in the bond business. The fact, however, that I  had come to be living what  might be seen as a double life  did not bother me, or I think  occur to me. At the office certain of the avant-garde would  stuart nutter  drop in lo pick me up for lunch,  and there might be veiled looks,  and sometimes Mr. Shaw might  glance over my shoulder and  find me reading Joyce instead of  Adam Smith, bul nothing was  ever said.  There is much it seems lo me  to be said for ihis approach lo  an education. What you do in  the daytime of course pays for  your opportunities al night, and  possibly some kind of balance  develops between town and  gown. Also, maybe, you  become a livelier observer of  bolh.  It is not, however, or not yet,  any kind of program that can be  laid down to counter rising student fees and harder-to-get student loans. The jobs for example. I had to be very lucky wiih  my job and anyone today would  have to be equally lucky. The  main thing of course, in this age  of 'professionalism' is just  about everything, is that you  may end up with an education  that suits you, as I did, but, as I  did, without a degree.  Mt. Elphinstone #65  Dickens'  Christmas  Bazaar  November 21 - 11:30 am to 2:00 pm  Hot Lunch - $4.00  Beverage & Desserts - $1.50  Children under 12 - half price  masonic: hall, Roberts creek  Crafts, Baking, Sweaters, Dolls,  Sewing, Jewellery, Children's Xtnas Tree  Raffle Prizes  ALL PROCEEDS TO CANCER PROJECTS  letters  Film fuss  overblown  The Needful Things crew  should be packing up soon,  leaving us with other matters to  argue about. I've been charmed  throughout by the people who  felt free to express their opinion!, pro and con, about the  book when ihey hadn't read it.  The 15 pastors of IS local  churches agreed that this sort of  thing certainly sounded like it  was against traditional values,  and shouldn't have been given  local encouragement.  A woman on the positive  side said that Stephen King novels present a sort of morality tale  because evil was always punished. Sorry, but that simply  isn't so. Even if it were, people  read horror for the ucky stuff,  not the ending.  Unlike mysteries or category  romances, horror comes with no  guarantees. There are two separate questions after the premise  has been established. First, can  evil be overcome? Second, can  the innocent survive? Frequently evil does very well indeed.  Although squeamish, I was  curious enough lo check the  book out of the library (I didn't  want to encourage Stephen King  by buying it). If I felt uncomfortable, I planned to stop reading. I finished the book. My verdict? I thought it was dumb.  In Needful Things, the  premise is that an itinerant devil  opens a shop through which he  creates needs among the residents of a small community.  They must pay for these artificially produced needs by performing acts of mischief, only  some of which they understand.  Free will seems a spotty thing at  best, and to me that is the primary weakness of lhe book.  There are others. Many characters are caricatures. Too many  activities are duplicated. Sometimes the devil gives value,  sometimes not. The final confrontation doesn't fit the rest of  the book  The violence is certainly frequent, but it is also cartoonist),  like the older Schwarzenegger  films where Arnold simply has  to point his gun and 10 bodies  fly up in the air. Despite all the  mayhem, the only person in the  book who truly feels pain is a  woman with arthritis. The rest  respond to being shot or stabbed  with either astonishment or  anger.  The town of Castle Rock  contains no non-whites, no non-  Christians, no elderly, no  babies, no industry, and no one  has ever been divorced. The two  churches seem like mildly  antagonistic social clubs with  bingo, but no religion.  In short, Needful Things is  too unbelievable to have been  worth this fuss, but I enjoyed  the film-makers, who were  pleasant, one and all. I will miss  their chuckwagons and sweet  smiles.  E.M. GOLDMAN  Gibsons  Paying price for  false perceptions  I would like to acknowledge  Evanie Clack, E.M. Goldman  and Nicola Goodwin for taking  the time to consider and respond  to my letter about Needful  Things. Although I was a bit  surprised at the hostility  expressed in two of lhe letters  and somewhat frustrated that my  points were misinterpreted in all  three, I was heartened in sort of  a strange way to know thai people are thinking about the issue.  Obviously, I believe the conclusions reached by these critics  are faulty but at least they  wrote. Perhaps only time will  prove whose perceptions are  correct. I can only hope and  pray the price will not be too  high.  Appreciation, also, to Albert  Hudson, Catherine Cramer,  Cathy Williams (my wife),  Caitlin Hicks ("Mountains of  Things"), Cal Mclver and the  thousands represented by the  Sunshine Coast Ministerial  Association for publicly  expressing Iheir varied concerns  (from religious to feminist)  about the climate fostered by  Ihis film.  P.S. Keep working for the  environment Ms. Clack. Someone has to speak up for it too.  TOM WILLIAMS  Gibsons  Concert details  need attention  Lois Holmes can't have been  sitting near lhe rear of the  Raven's Cry for Jamie Parker's  concert Oct. 25. ("Taking pride  Parker's excellence," Coast  News, Nov. 9.) Apparently people near Ihe front didn't hear the  noise.  At first I thought the helicopter which flew over had  landed and was idling. The  noise was coming from the The-  alre's heal pump, however.  Additionally, the voices of children playing could be heard.  The music was not projecting  anyway. This was partly  because of lhe theatre's height  above the stage. Baffles, or, better still, a shell must be installed  if ever ihe Raven's Cry Theatre  is to be a good or even satisfactory venue for concerts. Management must attend to these  important matters of sound  proofing and projection.  Solving those problems,  however, will not solve the  problem of the piano. It is simply inadequate for concert performances.  The bass sonorities were sim  ply not there to project. I missed  them particularly in the Bach-  Busoni and the Ravel. Even the  treble sounded dead. Parker is a  fine artist and deserved better.  So do the audiences.  The Arts Council should  move in a piano, but they should  borrow a concert grand like  Pender Harbour Music Society's  instrument.  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This totally Independent apartment would be occupied by  a Senior or would be rented by the Senior owner lo a non related  Tenant. In either case, Ihe Senior would benefit financially and the  Apartment would carry Ils own Government approved Mortgage.  Next week: ECHO units or whal Ihe British call "Granny Flats."  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Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  A  Vatl lit*  WM-AF54  AM/FM/  Cassette Sports  Walkman  $8995  SONY OF CANADA LTD.  AVAILABLE AT  Adventure ELECTRONICS  SUNNYCREST .MALL, GIBSONS ��� 886-7215  Our cycling senior, L.auri Olenius of  Wildwood Crescent, spent a month this past  summer travelling some 1,400 km from  north to south in the land of his birth, Finland.  "It was not as demanding a trip as the one  I made in Iceland two years ago," Lauri said,  recalling his cycling all the way around that  country. "Finland did not seem as hilly as 1  remember it years ago. But it rained every  day but two, and that meant only six nights  tenting."  "Tremendous forest resources in Finland  which make lumbering the main economic  industry there. Norway pine is the chief  species logged."  Any clear-cutting? "Some. Huge machine  tear up the soil afterward to prepare for  replanting."  lauri said he heard grumbling continual-  Merchants  finding  facelift  funds  The Gibsons Landing Merchants Association is in the process of raising funds for its portion of a concept plan for the  revitalization of the downtown.  For this purpose, local artist  Greta Guzek has donated her  whimsical graphic design of  Needful Things to be used on T-  shirts and mugs. Both these will  be produced locally, T-shirts by  Carol Richardson of Gambier,  silkscreen and mugs by Marty  Clarke of Country Charmers.  Proceeds of the sales will go  roberts creek  ly about the weak economy. And he did find  the people not responsive lo hearty good  mornings. "Very grumpy the people, and  only five relumed my good morning during  the whole trip. Not friendly like here.  "Did see some outstanding recreational  complexes especially those for the handicapped. One for the visually impaired had  walks, for instance, they could do on their  own."  Many cyclists touring, like Iceland?  "Only met six ��� German, Swedish, and one  Finnish. I heard the word 'auto' often. Cars  are what the people want.  "The economy is so tight the government  has reduced pensions to about sixty per  cent."  Latin's wife, Solvig, and their daughter,  Kristina of Saskatoon, joined him for a  three-week visit and enjoyed a family  reunion organized by his niece.  Next year? "Not decided yet," said Lauri.  "Thinking about China." Meanwhile there's  their sailboat, the Rauha (Peace) to explore  our coastal waters.  Aquatics  Heard from a keen laps swimmer of his  discovering the West Vancouver Municipal  pool. "Take the 8:30 ferry, then the bus and  gel off at 22nd and Marine. Pool's right  there across the sireel."  Checked Ihe pool oul lhe other day and  found there's seniors' aquaftt three mornings  a week, and that there's lots of space  reserved for laps. Hot pool too, big enough  not to overflow when all ihose skinny  seniors gel in at one time.  Time for a swim or exercise before gel-  ting the bus thai gels lo Horseshoe in good  lime for the 1:15. See you there.  Greta Guiek, Cindy Bub and Louise Hume sport a Needful T-Shirt.  towards the downtown revitalization.  Revitalization addresses  areas such as: co-ordinated  design themes, building facade  improvements, tasteful effective  signage, expansion opportunities, sidewalks, parking, lighting  and landscaping. To date, over  $4,000 has been raised towards  B&K  SOILS iV L.\M)S( aim;  Mew shipment of Lave Rock Is HERE!  ��� Fertilized Lawn & Garden Soil* Concrete Lawn Ornaments  ��� Manure & Bark Mulch ��� Landscape Fabric ��� 6' & 12'  ��� Sand & Gravel & Lava Rock     widths, any quantity  CHRISTMAS Gin CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE  NEW HOURS: TUES -SAT 9 AM  4PM CLOSED SUNDAY t HONDAV  by Beverley Shipley  You may be cursing the heavy rainfalls in  recent weeks, but the salmon require it, and they  are back, milling around the mouths of Coast  spawning creeks, waiting for high tides to enter the  creeks and begin their struggle to locate their  spawning spots.  In Roberts Creek, the salmon don't have far to  go as Iheir beds begin just pail, the propane bridge  at the mouth of the creek,    .^t  If you wait patiently on rtijbridge you can see  them flip quickly through the'Water. Roberts Creek  is very muddy right now due to heavy rains, silt  and leaf drop, but the salmon with their gray and  yellow blotchy colour seem to stand out from the  water.  If you want to get a closer look, take one of the  paths along the bank and there they are, splashing  and spawning in the low gravel close to shore. If  you quietly, without rushing up to the shore,  crouch near the bank, you will be rewarded with a  close up view.  The next spot to salmon watch at Roberts Creek  is under the highways bridge and slightly farther  up.  Thanks to the efforts of the volunteers who run  the Salmon Enhancement Program on the Sun  shine Coast, there seems to be a steady increase in  the number of salmon spawning locally. Chum  salmon are the most prevalent in Roberts Creek,  but there have also been spotted, the tagged coho  from this program.  Pottery Sale  Creek Clayworks' second annual Christmas  Pottery Sale and Studio Open House will be held  Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 21 and 22 from 10 am  to 4 pm. The public is invited to visit the studio  located at 1738 Lockyer Road in Roberts Creek  and meet potters Elaine Futterman and Mike Alle-  gretti.  RCCA Meeting  The next RCCA meeting is Wednesday, Nov.  25 and please note lhat it will begin at 7:30 pm  instead of the usual 8 pm.  Guest speaker will be Norm Gleadow, who will  discuss the feedback on the healthy community  forum from 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 or to rent tables, call Yvonne at  886-7815.  Also, keys have been found in the hall. Call the  previous number to claim.  Anne & Brian  Parker  PGR 623-5116, RES. 925-2427  BIG ENOUGH TO SERVE YOU  SMALL ENOUGH TO CARE"  6219 Sechell Inlet Rd.  Magnificent f yr. old home on 1.76 acres. 189' tidal waterfront.  Sandy beech S protected moorage.  Now Only $409,000  REDUCEDII  1248 sq.ft.. 3 bedroom double wide mobile, 6 yrs and like new!  *$54i90O Bring Offers  925-1111  4S7B Hotel Lake Rd.  GARDEN BAY  3 yr old home with vk?w you wouldn't  $219,900  11101-Hwy. 101  2 cedar homes, approx. 2 acres, 23 km N.W. Sechett.  .$529,000  12047 Bryan Road  ��� You'll marvel at the view from this custom  built 3 yr. old home located at water's edge.  ��� 450' easy access W.F.  ��� Year round creek  ��� 7.5 acres, subdivision potential.  $595,000  View by Appointment Only  Joel Johnstone photo  the $7,500 needed. The T-shirts  are available at Show Piece  Gallery, Landing General Store,  Landing Clothing Company and  other locations.  golden lifelines  Why, all Ihose who reaped  the benefits, and NOT ONCE  volunteered on earth.  A heartfelt thank you to all  the senior volunteers (and their  friends who help) who work so  hard on behalf of Branch #69.  Keep up the great work. It's  appreciated!  Nov. 11 has always meant a  great deal to me and to my family. A tear always comes when I  hear the haunting notes from  the horn.  It's one time of the year to  really think on the family that  are no longer with us ��� my  father, an army veteran, my  brother who was in the navy, an  uncle in the marines, and now  with us yet my son who served  in peach time and my grandson,  currently in Cadets.  Coming activity dates (from  the schedule) are a dinner and  entertainment at 6 pm on Nov.  28, as yel we'll say Ihe hall on  Mermaid and of course Christmas dinner at 12:30 on December 10 ��� that is on a Thursday.  There is usually a sing-along  and songs from the 69ers.  While you're marking down  these dates, pencil in lhe New  Year's Eve Dance Dec. 31 at  7:30 pm.  I haven't given the place  because I don't know where  these events might be held ���  keep reading!  One of the many fun Ihings  about craft shows are the  prizes. Hampers were one by  Sam Shore and Elizabeth Der-  ley. The wreath was won by  Debbie Ivorson; turquoise  necklace by Mike Kolabis;  painting by Fern Mosier; and  cake by Gordon Head. May  Widman is the proud owner of  a Teddy Bear.  A Teddy Bear was also won  at the Craft Sale on Ocl. 24 ���  we hope when you read this  number ��� 0655023 the winning number ��� you'll phone  Kay at 885-3334 and get your  bear.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  leive your cues il home with tu.  Pet /Animal Caw  Matr ClMrini and ForwinUag  Indoor Ptanl utd Yavd itUinttnuin  Icgalar Horn Check or Utrefe Service)  CA1L SHMON 885-2228  sutton group - sentinel realty  AN INDEPENDENT MEMBER BROKER  925-1111  w  Cut** H$m - Waltk  IrOtfuuiwut  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  i _; Coast News, November 16, 1992 7  community  Britt Varcoe, president of Royal Canadian Legion (Branch 219), Roberts Creek, hands Elphinstone  Secondary School Scholarship find Bursary Fia.id chairperson June Wilson a $7,000 cheque to help  Elphinstone graduates pursuing post-secondary education. Joel Johnstone photo  davtsbay  sechelt scenario  Jean Robinson 885-2954  Lei me put your minds al  rest. The Wilson Creek Reading Centre is not going to carry  Madonna's latest book. Now if  you have not heard of this  woman, good for you, forget I  mentioned it.  However, if you really want  to read a mind-expanding  book, read Stolen Continents  by Ronald Wright. This Canadian author held an audience  spellbound at the Festival of  the Written Arts in 1991. He  examines the taking of the  Americas by the Spanish,  English and French, not always  by force but by the introduction  of diseases.  The intolerance of native  ideas, democratic rule in the  case of the Cherokee and Five  Nations and the fantastic grasp  of the solar system, economic  system and intelligence of the  Mayan, Aztec and Incas, was  practised by all invaders.  Makes one think.  The Wilson Creek Reading  Centre is open Wednesdays  from 10 am until 11 am for the  Moms and pre-schoolers reading program. Mom can have a  coffee and browse the library  while the little one is read to by  one of the volunteers. This is a  wonderful introduction to  books. Bring your children up  knowing lhat if they can read  and like books they will always  have a friend.  This has been a confusing  year for the plants outdoors.  We had a spring Clematis produce one last bloom two weeks  ago. The spring poppies are in  flower again and nearly everyone has roses out. Only in  beautiful B.C.  Congratulations to Peggy  Dalziel on the birth seven  weeks ago of her first great  grandson.  Have you taken a good look  at our water lately? It is full of  sediment which can be purified  for drinking but what about  showers, baths and laundry?  We will be a colourful people  soon as there will be no white  in our closets.  Many thanks to Mike  Shanks for his time and clarifying talk on just how our homes  are assessed. Shanks spoke  after lhe general meeiing of the  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Community Association.  Deanna I.ueder 885-7365  Through the spring and summer we had three Canada Geese  visiting us daily, fertilizing our  lawn liberally, and feeding on  corn, grain bread and our new  grass. Two were lame. One  goose healed quite well and she  and her mate rarely visit anymore. Now only one goose  comes faithfully every day.  He/she still limps quite badly  but seems to be managing. She  returns to the flock nightly but  avoids the competition for food  during the day by hovering near  us. We considered taking her to  the Sunshine Coast Wildlife  Rehabilitation Centre but as  long as she slowly mends we  will not disturb her.  It is good to know that the  centre is there should she or any  other injured or orphaned  wildlife need assistance. The  centre's main objective is to  care for and provide treatment  for wildlife until they are ready  to be released safely back to the  wild.  Joanne Dickerson operates  the centre and tends the animals  single-handedly with occasional  volunteer help. She is falling  behind financially purchasing  food and medical supplies for  these animals and is asking for  help. Any donation is greatly  appreciated as well as volunteer  help. Please send donations to  the Sunshine Coast Wildlife  Rehabilitation Centre, Box 8,  Trout Lake Road, Halfmoon  Bay, VON IY0. Phone 885-  5997 for information.  Charity Bridge  It's not too late for Bridge  players to join in the Charity  games hosted by the Sunshine  Coast Bridge Club tonight  (Nov. 16) at 7:30 pm at the old  Seniors Hall on Mermaid Street.  Partners are supplied if needed,  reservations are a good idea. So  call 885-5552, proceeds will go  to charitable support societies.  The Board of Community  Services is holding its annual  Gala Night dinner and dance  Nov. 28. Gather a group together or plan your business Christmas party to celebrate the  Christmas season. Call 885-  5881 for tickets and information.  There is an excellenl show at  the Art Centre now on display.  It features painting and sculpture by well known Coast artist,  Don Hopkins. Hopkins uses  oils, pastels and watercolour to  evoke scenes of coastal nature  and life.  The Sunshine Coast Music  Society is busy preparing its  annual Christmas Concert to be  held at Raven's Cry The'atire on  December 11, 12 and 13. Music  will range from traditional carols to spirituals to classical  selections. If you enjoyed the  music of Anne of Green Gables  you will enjoy this; it is a professional and talented group.  Tickets will soon be on sale at  Raven's Cry Box Office.  Chatelech plans youth forum  Students at Chatelech Secondary School are taking the initiative  in trying to find a solution to the youth "loitering problem" in  Sechelt and have organized a public forum Tuesday, Nov. 17.  "We, the youth, would like to see something done about this as  over the years the problem just seems to be getting worse," says  Kristy Chapman, one of the forum organizers. The meeting starts at  7:30 pm in the school gymnasium.  All are welcome.  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Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  community  \ Military heron surveys his  fishing prospects _, winter  draws in.  Keith Thirkell photo  For the finest in area dining      ^^^  Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  Let us cater your  Christmas Tarty!  Call now for more information  %ru< Licensed  tyW.Hours  f\lon Sat. Warn - 11pm  Sunday 11am ��� 11pm  'Everything we makf is made with Love.  gihsons TarfcMaza "Hwy 101  at "Pratt Jtsiad  886-3572  FAMILY DINING  /randy's RtrStawant - Lunch and din  ner special every day. F.very  Wednesday night is Prime Rib  Night. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza, Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  11 am - 2:30 pm. Hwv 101, Cibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 ami pm. Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  Tht Boat House - Just a ferry ride  sway in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  oatfauing aiauly choices of fresh and  ""' foten seafood from the West,  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 snd fabulous meals are just  some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch,  please let us know and we'll make  the necessary accommodations. For  reservations call 021-8188. All  major credit cards accepted.  Cats Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere with 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, take  out orders for the beach and cappuccino are available. The Coast's  bistro, as unique as the Coast  itself. Mon-Thun 9 - 5. Fri k Sat 9 ���  9. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square,  Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9%2.  Dar Lebanon Rettsursnl ��� 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  Ham - 11pm. Eat in or take out.  Catering for parties and weddings  Everything we make is made with  love! Cibsons Park Plaza, Hwy  101. at Pratt Road, Cibsons, 886-  3S72. Visa and MasterCard.  Licensed.  Hatd-A-Way Restaurant - Bring Ihe  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Cibsons Motor Inn on Hwy  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm- 10pm. Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  night 2 for 1 special 5pm-10pm.  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats  plus banquet room.  WWdt Family Restaurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Cibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and burgers, homemade soups, pies and salads, and entres. Daily Specials.  Take-Out available upon request.  Licensed & air conditioned. Open  Sun - Thurs, 11 am -10 pm. Fri k  Sat 11 am -11pm. 886-2993  Tht Orrataja Restaurant - With a perfect view of Gibsons Harbour, and  a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll often see Bruno  Gerussi, star of the Beachcombers,  dining here The modified menu  includes hamburgers, pizza, pasta,  steaks, chicken, seafood, stirfrys,  ribs, salads and desserts. Banquet  facilities available. Reservations  recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Cower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch and dinner Mon. - Fri., 11:00 am - 10:00  pm, Sal 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm. Sun.  4:00 pm - 9:00 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Joky Roger - Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secret Cove. Lunch and  dinner served seven days a week  from 11:00 a.m. Lunch specials  daily. Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  pizza 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 Whart - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  New Chlni Kltchtn ��� GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet 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  4 Saturday, 11:30 am ��� 10:00 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 4:30 pm ��� 8:30 pm.  For reservations call 886-3028. Free  delivery from 5 pm ��� 8:30 pm within 6 km radius. Minimum $15  order Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of |ervis 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 lo 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.  Irvlntt 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 Iwo, $30. We're now open 5  days a week - Fri & Sat: Noon -11  pm, kitchen Noon - 9 pm; Sun,  Mon & Thurs: Noon - 10 pm,  kitchen Noon - 9 pm. For Ihe 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 at your  table. To savor Ihis superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Chti Philippe Rtitaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Chef Philippe is  busy cooking up your favorites  including Spinach salad with  warm Balsamic Vinaigrette and  Fresh Australian Rack of Lamb  with 7 grain crust. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly,  professional service, intimate dining in the Heritage Lodge dining  "room wiih a superb view of the  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.  Creek Houm - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa k Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entres  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flamM desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  Lord Jim's Rttort 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 music add  up to make yours a night to  remember. In addition, we are now  accepting reservations for Christmas Party bookings. Restaurant  hours: Fri. 6pm - 9pm. Sat/Sun  Sam - 2pm, 6pm - 9 pm. For groups  of 10 or more, we will accept a  reservation for any evening. Visa,  Mastercard, American Express.  Reservations recommended.  885-7038  Pebbles - On Tht Botch - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k simple the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8-3. Dinner Reservations  Recommended. In the heart of  Sechelt at the Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  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.Observe the  Ea-r* t Ann'a Mw In ��� Trate out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, titer 5 pm only, on  510 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  ___\  This Christmas,  give a gift with  originality.  If you want an original gift without paying an  original price, conic down to Molly's Lane  Market. A place where hand made means quality  & "one of a kind". Enjoy a cappuccino, browse  through the shops and displays, and perhaps  catch one of the merchants at work on a clay  wheel or a knitting machine. Something for  everyone - from jewellery to sweaters to pyjamas  _; to pottery to hats to beeswax candles to...  ���>   *   ���>  Open House: Nov. 20  6:30 PM -9:30 PM  Refreshments ��� New Christmas Merchandise  j Molly's Lane Market  Down the lane from Molly's Reach  886 8078  Kulhy Forrester 885-2418  The November meeting of  the Halfmoon Bay branch of  the Hospital Auxiliary was a  well attended and productive  affair. Plans were finalized for  the annual Christmas Bazaar  which will be on Dec. 12 in the  Trail Bay Mall. The ladies  have been working hard all  year in preparation for this,  their main fundraising event,  creating many beautiful articles  for Christmas giving.  Arrangements aie also complete for the Christmas luncheon for members and their  partners on Monday Dec. 14 at  Welcome Beach Hall. If you  have not already made plans to  attend, give Connie a call at  885-5071 This lunch is being  catered to, so you won't have  to bring anything along.  Longlnl remembered  Several years ago a man  from California moved into our  midst in Halftnnnn Hay, but the  name of Jack Lotlgiltl,  Those who remember Jack  will be sorry In learn of his  recent death in Vancouver,  where a memorial service was  held last week.  Jack was a member of the  Green Peace organization and  owned the sailboat Vega,  which was well known  throughout the world as the little boat which defied the  French navy who were carrying out nuclear tests. He lived  aboard the yacht at Secret Cove  and became a well known character, a true Citizen of the  World. He was one of the most  interesting men we had ever  met and will always be remembered.  During his stay here he was  one of the workers who helped  build Ihe original Halfmoon  Day lire Hall. We wouldn't  see Jack for years and then he  would suddenly show up and  stay for a short while, only to  disappear again to far away  places. It was always good to  see Jack, and saddening to  know lhat he will not be back  to visit. May he rest in peace.  School happenings  If you don't know what lo  do with your Shop Easy tapes,  ihey would be glad to receive  them at Halfmoon Bay school  where they are used to help  raise funds.  Yet another fundraiser in  progress is the sale of tickets  for the Ice Capades. They  make great Christmas gifts to  give to a family. Enquire at the  school for details.  Also, this year lhe grade 7  students are in a training program to become Peer Helpers,  which means that they show an  example to Ihe younger grades  and give help where necessary.  This sounds like a really  positive program which has  been used by other schools successfully, and which helps students solve their own problems  as opposed to looking to adults  for help. Anything that works  in this day and age is well  worth trying.  Contributions  If you have anything you  would like to have mentioned  in this column, please don't  hesitate to give me a call. IF I  am not available you could  leave a message on the  machine and I will be sure to  get back to you.  It is from you, the reader,  that I get information regarding  happenings in the area. I can't  do it without your help!  FRESH,  FRESH.  FRESH!  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  n f-,-.: Coast News, November 16, 1992  community  harbour watch  Remembrance Day at Royal  Madeira Park.  Wildlife  group aids  rehab work  by John Field  The Pender Harbour and  District Wildlife Society is rallying behind the financially  strapped Sunshine Coast  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre.  Members recently voted to  donate 40 per cent of their  annual membership dues to  provide immediate help, and  are also planning further activities lo benefit the centre.  The Rehabilitation Centre,  located on Trout Lake Road in  Halfmoon Bay, serves the  northern Sunshine Coast. Its  purpose is to care for injured  wildlife with the aim of returning it, sound and untamed, to  ils natural habitat. Joanne  Dickeson, who runs the centre,  will be giving a slide show and  talk about the centre's activities  and current needs Tuesday,  Nov. 17 at 7:30 pm, in the  Home Economics room at Pender Harbour Secondary School.  Please consider supporting her  efforts.  Field trips, hikes  The Wildlife Society is also  coordinating a series of regular  tours and hikes with a natural  history flavour. Anyone is welcome to participate in these  activities, which will take place  twice a month, generally on  Saturdays. Details of destination and meeting place will be  posted in newspaper and television community calendars during the week prior to the event.  The next field trip will be lo  the Caren Range, Nov. 21,  meet and car-pool outside the  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre  at 10 am. Snow is expected at  this time of year, so four-wheel  drive vehicles will be essential.  For details, phone 883-2807 or  883-1198.  The Pender Harbour and  District Wildlife Society is  affiliated with the Federation of  B.C. Naturalists, whose motto  is "To know nature and to protect it."  Canadian Legion Branch 112,  Koxannc Gregory pholo  a*\emamma*sa*mm\      MaWJaA  egmOm news  by Jacalyn Vincent  You don't need a hook for  this one. The annual charity herring sale will be held Dec. 5 at  the Government Dock. Cost will  be about $5 for one bucket. The  sale will take place from 9 am -  4 pm; if there is any herring left,  the sale will be continued on  Sunday.  Garden Bay Centennial  Garden Bay is 100 years old!  Come and help celebrate this  historic birthday Nov. 23, at the  John Henry Store from 12 noon  - 2 pm. Patty Hall has been kind  enough to make the birthday  cake! In the Provincial Archives  came this tiny note aboul the  area: was an Indian reserve, a  good garden spot. First  landowner was Henry Darling  in 1892.  3rd Annual Open House  On Nov. 21 and 22, the Blue  Shoe will be hosting their third  annual Open House and Xmas  Sale from 11 am - 4 pm. The  Blue Shoe is located on Francis  Peninsula and houses many col-  Christmas  ANTIQUE  SHOW & SALE  Collectibles Galorel  Western Canada's  Largest Quality Show  h-3 DAYS-  Nov. 19,20,21  Thurs.    5-10pm  Fri.  lOam-IOpm  Sat.   lOam-Spm  ��� Live Music  ��� Food  ��� OVER 90 DEALERS*  7325 MacPherson Ave.,  Burnaby  (Turn South 5500 Kingsway)  ��� Free Parking  * Door Prizes  Admission: $5  Inquiries: 431-0900  The community club hall has a good airing so to speak. A fair size  crew of folks gathered together last Saturday, eight of them in all, to  clean out all the useless stuff stored away in the dark corners. Hot  coffee was on, and the usual jokes, and laughter.  You never know what you'll find when you sweep the cobwebs  away, some locals walked away with some pretty good deals, the  money went in to the community club. Thanks to everyone who  showed up.  So there's 14 children from Earls Cove to Egmont who could have  the option of attending school in Egmont again, doesn't that sound  good! Well it could happen if we all want it to. Three community  club members went to Pender Harbour elementary school (Madeira  Park) to attend a public input meeting, hosted by the school board.  The Egmont Community Club's proposals were well received by  most of the crowd; it seems the locals here would rather have smaller  schools than homogenizing all the kids in one big school. Forty-five  minutes on the bus both ways is too much!  Geoff Craig's proposal also includes tearing down the existing  building to the floor and rebuilding a suitable facility using volunteer  labour, and getting funding for materials from the local school board.  This may have fallen on deaf ears since a company from Vancouver  is compiling the report and probably through all this paper shuffling, the Egmont concerns will be forgotten. We've only just begun.  lectible Items.  Peer Helpers outcome  The Peer Helpers group,  which raised $1,000 from Iheir  bottle drive, presented Mr.  Clayton with $535 for the purchase of software for the new  computer labs, also Mrs. Philly  was presented $145 for a disk  for the CD room. Well done!  Reminder  The Pender Harbour Music  School presents a jazz and poetry night Nov. 27 at 7 pm, in the  music school. Tickets are $5.  Children 12 and under are free.  Refreshments will be available.  Have a great time!  As the tide changes  Ruby Lake buffs - Ruby  l.aki- is the only fresh waler  lake in the world where cutthroat irout spawn in the autumn  instead of the spring!  - Happy Belated Birthday to  Bea llallberg! Also many birthday wishes go out lo Bev Good-  kin on her special day!  Until nexl week ��� be good  to yourself.  NOW OPEN!  Brenda's  Cutsn'Curls  Everyday Low Pmces  ForScnom  * Perms $45  Include* cut, roller Mt  or curling Iron  ��� Shampoo & Set  $12  ��� Cuts $10  EVttWGaVTOINrMENTS  FOR THE WORKING  WOM.ANORMAN   ���=-  Natural Factors     &  Cbewable Vitamin C 500 mg  5 Flavours -  Only $6.95 ( reg. S9.95)  K^GST INCLUDED IN AH OUR PRICES  VARIETY  FOODS  The BIGGEST Utile Store In Glhaoiu Landing 886-2936  886-4805  ���SUBWAY*  Opens Wed. Nov. 18  Gibsons joins cities around the world in featuring a new  SUBWAY, at Sunnycrest Mall.  Our friendly staff, in their bright red shirts, will be there  to make your sandwich right before your eyes. We  make them on fresh baked bread and stuff 'em with free  fixln's of your choice.  ,_i  Catch the .SUBWAY*  Sun. - Thurs.   10 am - midnight  Fri. -Sat.   10 am - 1 am  fc,  Join the "SUB CLUB"  for healthy appetites.  -SUBUJPV*  SUB CLUB  c  z_2Z3  Earn a  FREE  FOOTLONG  SANDWICH!  Come in for details.  Buy these tires during the month of NOVEMBER  and you'll PAY ONLY:  BFGoodrich      _^__i_H_^    B���   __. .  BFGoodnch  Trailmaker Plus  SIZE  LIST PRICE  NOV. PRICE I  P155/80R13  $88.00  $61.60  P165/80R13  96.50  67.55  P175/80R13  101.70  71.19  P185/80R13  106.80  74.76  P185/75R14  113.40  79.38  P195/75R14  118.50  82.95  P205/75R14  123.40  66.38  P205/75R15  129.70  90.79  P215/75R15  135.10  94.57  P225/75R15  140.90  98.63  P235/75R15XL 157.50  101.25  P175/70R13  102.30  71.61  P185/70R13  108.40  75.88  P185/70R14  115.30  80.71  P195/70R14  120.70  84.44  P205/70R14  126.70  88.69  P205/70R15  133.40  93.38  P215/70R15  139.50  97.65  P225/70R15  146.40  102.48  Hi Sierra  SIZE    ���'���  155SR12  145SR13  LIST PRICE  $78.90  80.40  NOV. 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PRICE  P195/60SR14  $149.60  $104.72  P215/60SR14    165.50  115.85  P215/65SR15    178.80  125.16  P185/60SR14     139.50  97.65  P195/60SR15    157.10  109.97  P205/60SR15    168.80  118.16  P215/60SR15     181.00  126.70  ��� The winter radial that  features deep-biting tread to  get you through the snow  plus all the performance  characteristics of the Radial  T/A.  raJPlfei  i****  0ASTAL  886-2700  Aulo Mechanical Repairs  Alignments  Brakes,  Shocks Tune ups  & Servicing  HWY  101  Ont- Mile West o( Gibsons 10       Coast News, November 16* 1992  y��v  HOURS  Sunday 10-6  Mon ��� Thurs 9-7  Friday 9 9  Saturday 9 6  ff-TfflTJTn  [_p  "1991  Trail Bay Mail, Sechelt 885-2025  Meat 8859812Bakery 885-9823  Heritage Market  Vour fir/t choce in food/  Shop .Easy has changed its name!  Why are we changing our name after all  these years?  Recently nur main wholesaler, which  owns the "Shop Easy' name, asked ns  to si^n a new franchise agreement,  solium tin.' agreement and remaining  the "Shop Easy* store would radically  change the way we conduct business,  We would have lost a lot of the flexibility we currently have in buying that  has allowed ns In bring von lhe  selection and quality of products you  have enjoyed. And our pikes would  have risen. Because we are so much  larger than the usual "Shop Eaay"  store, a common advertising policy and  standardised pricing with the smaller  stores would have meant price in  creases. So. alter 35 years we arc  letting the name no.  The ownership of the store Is not  changing.  You will see the same laces and  receive the same good service lo which  you are accustomed, We will continue  to supply the greatest selection of top  quality products at competitive prices.  We look forward to the continuation of  our 42 year history as an Independent, family-owned supermarket in  Sechell.  "7*ie &l*\*tt**a  Watch for next  week's ad, featuring  announcements of  in-store giveaways,  draws and more!  Groceries  aV  .78  1W  3"  4*  &  1*  1 30 m         ...."..you law 1.31  Kleenex white ^^  m-mm, f feCMl TlSSUM  am^_m__\\\_% W    ^mW^^W**^^mam        m   mm*mW*~*~eM*mm*mf^mW  _Er^        ���M'�� -you *tw .sr  Trophy ns!  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FREE CANVAS  GROCERY BAG  with this coupon and a $60.00 grocery order  (excluding tobacco)  Sale price without coupon $3.99  Offer Expires Nov. 22/92  Organic  .Produce  Meat   ^:^rmr-. . ...,ffb  r.  :_!!'���! I vim.,���,, ; I,,,'., ���:   ,.;, ..((.npj,,  Ms*** jm  ���OP SMokl 9CMK 4MB  7.25/kg  *m��b  __4n of lib end  Rovk LokiRoMt ��_������  4.��/k��  I      It  fl_^fca_W _PNW_��fe_Mh_fe _M___  BHR5!9!S -*�����>  ���SroundBMf _w��  4.M/k|.:  m     b  __m_____\P___rP_____m      _\_%  VM Guttata an  iTiW���"��� W^b  Scfanetder's  gUfiiZ^m  tUm\ ���   ������  *��l  Ml     ��  rasp* ie-  1.02*4 tax  | V     ��  MnttaVi  m^A _|_^_1 atm^^^  4��W^*-!~������  3�� ��.  Deli  6O0 off  ������JL. Any Seafood Kern  ^3,iv-ge' Limit one per customer  November 16-22, 1992.  Am?. Coast News, November 16, 1992  11  leisure  Ariene Otke, educational  program developer with the  Roysl British Columbia  Museum, will be giving a talk  called Cedsr, A Crest  Provider, st the Raven's Cry  Theatre Thursdsy, Nov. 26 at  7:30 pm. The talk is part of  the museum's fall speakers  tour. Admission is free,  pholo submitted  TOP DOG PET CARE /_^^mm%A  ��� Flea Baths **  ��� Medicated Baths  ��� Ears, Nails, etc.  Phone lor appoint menti  885-0335  Opea Monday ��� Satntoa**  5630 Inlet Ave. (next to veterinary omce) Sechelt  >_���  CPU sponsors teen  Christmas dance  The Canadian Pulp and  Paperworkers Union (CPU) is  sponsoring a teen Christmas  dance to be held al Elphinstone  Secondary school on Dec. 4.  Dance organiser Alice  Etheridge said the inspiration  for the dance came about  because there seems little for  teens to do in Gibsons.  "1 moved here about a year  ago," Etheridge said, "and that's  one of the first things that struck  me.  "There's quite a bil for Ihe  younger kids and the adulls lo  do, but not much for the  teenagers."  She said she approached  CPU about sponsoring the event  because here husband is a union  member.  "It's a union that believes in  community involvement and the  family," Etheridge said. "They  really liked the idea."  Etheridge said Much Music  will provide the music and  entertainment for the event,  bringing in large viewing  screens, videos, projectors and  disc jockey's.  "We got Much Music  because Ihe young people like  Ihem," she said. "They're going  to take care of everything."  New Orleans blues  band coming to Creek  BlurfcaSister, a three-woman New Orleans blues band Is slated to  perform in the Roberts Creek Community Hall Dec. 5.  Blue Sister is a hard driving, authentic blues trio with an extensive  history.  Lightnin" Patti Harrison is the band leader, guitarist and vocalist.  She has played wilh the likes of Eric Clapton., Al Rapone and various  Zydeco groups.  Terri "Sticky T* Cranford is the drummer and "powerhouse vocalist, who is comfortable almost any musical style from R&B through  country, and bassist Jodie Lyn Woodward is not only good but getting better by studying with bass legend Walter Payton.  LLGISl.ATIVE ASSEMBLY OT BRITISH COLUMBIA  Parliamentary  Reform  PUBLIC  MEETING  The Select Standing Committee on Parliamentary  Reform, Ethical Conduct, Standing Orders and Private  Bills has been authorized by the Legislative Assembly to  examine all matters and issues arising out of the two  referenda questions presented to voters in the general  provincial election on October 17,1991:  1. Should voters be given tha right, by  legislation, to vote between elections for  the removal of their Member of the  Legislative Assembly? (Recall)  2. Should voters be given the right by  legislation, to propose questions that the  Government of British Columbia must  submit to voters by referendum? (Initiative)  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 a discussion  about all aspects of recall and initiative.  VANCOUVER  Saturday.December 5, 1992, 10:00 a.m. - S:00 p.m.  Waddlngton Room, Hotel Vancouver  900 West Georgia, Vancouver  Further public meetings are being scheduled and  will be advertised.  ><����%  Mr. UjjalDosanjh, MLA  Chairperson  Ms Sue Hammctl, MIA  Deputy Chairperson  To appear before the Committee  or for further information, contact:  Mr. Craig fames  Clerk of Committees  and Clerk Assistant  Room 224  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, British Columbia  V8V1X4  Telephone: (604) 356-0318  (call collect)  Facsimile:   (604)316-8172  2nd Annual Christmas -  CREEK CLAYWORKS OPEN HOUSE  HANDCRAFTED STONEWARE BY  Elaine Futterman and Mike Allegretti  i \-m  Sat & Sun.  Nov. 21 & 22  10 am - 4 pm  1738LockyerRd.  Roberts Creek  885-2395  ��� hvi," ili ni  *���*��- SECHELT ) / GIBSONS������  Turn those  unwanted items into.  Soil them in the  Coast News and  Coast News  Weekender Classifiedsl  In Gibsons, call 886-2622.  In Sechelt, call 885-3930.  Notice Board  Ongoing events must be update*) monthly  We reserve the right lo edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-profit events of genuine communily interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to the event.  rjtt."-- ���uf cnftl n��  W# ~jj���  The Sunshine  Coast News  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16  Schizophrenic Society SC Branch educational  meeting, re: Rivervlew, and a new video, .7:30  pm at Coasl Garibaldi Heallh Unit, Gibsons.  St, Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Annual General  Meeting, 11 am at Sechelt Legion Hall.  SC Pro-Life meeting, 7:30 pm at SC Gospel  Church Hall, Davis Bay Rd. Info: 8B5-6I41 or  885-5734  Canadian Cancer Society, SC Unit meeting, 1  pm at Regional Board office, Royal Terraces,  Sechelt. Public welcomed. Info: 885-9451.  Gibsons Business A Professional Women's  Club Craft Auction, Cedars Inn, cocktails 6 pm,  dinner 7 pm, auction to follow. Tickets: $15.  Donation ol craft or baked item appreciated.  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17  SC Business ��� Professional wtmen's dinner  meeting, 6 pm at Coast Club Cafe, Sechelt.  Guest speaker: Nancy Wrenshall of Burnaby  Women's Correctional Institute. If you wish to  attend please call Siena, 885-5773.  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16  Elphinstone Electors' Association meeting,  7:30 pm at Cedar Grove Elem. All Area E  residents welcome and urged to attend.  Meeting to form a women's dive dub, 7 pm at  Seasport Scuba. For info, call Miriam, 885-9830.  SC White Cane Club meeting, 1 pm at St.  Hilda's Church. Visually Impaired guests and  guides welcome. Info: Vera Harvey, 886-3918.  West Howe Sound Electors' Association  meeting, 7:30 pm at Langdale Elem. Speaker:  Bill Hughes ot HSSP on pulp plant Issues.  Catholic Women's League meeting, 7:30 pm at  Holy Family Parish Hall, Sechelt.  THURSDAY, NOVEM.BER IS  Hopkins Branch ol St. Mery's Hospital  Auxiliary meeting, 1:30 pm In Ihe Ark at Camp  Sunrise. New members welcome.  BC Schisophrenic Society, SC Branch,  "Sharing a Caring" support meeting, 7 - 9 pm  at Kirkland Centre, Davis Bay, led by Barbara  Kannegiesser. Info: 886-3534.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21  Wildlife Field Trip to propoeed Caren Range  Upland Park. Meet and carpool at Wildlife  Rehab. Centre, Trout Lake Rd., Halfmoon Bay at  10 am. Snow expected, so 4 x 4 transport  essential. Bring lunch and warm clothing. Details:  883-2807 or 883-1198.  Annual Christmas Craft & Bake Sale by  Hopkins Branch, St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary,  9:30 am In Sunnycrest Mall.  OES Dickens' Christmas Bazaar, 11:30am ��� 2  pm , Masonic Hall, Roberls Creek. Hot lunch,  coffee as well as gifts.  Hunter Gallery's Third Annual Christmas Craft  Fair, 10:30 am - 3:30 pm in St. Mary's Church  Hall, opposite curling rink, Gibsons. Unique gifts  by 28 top local crafts people.  Adapted Aquatice Workshop lor parents and  teachers working with Special Needs children in  the water, 9 am - 5 pm at PH Aquatic & Fitness  Centre. To register: 883-2612.  Fleetwood Hems ��� orders taken 9:30 am - 6 pm  In Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt, sponsored by Gibsons  Elementary Division #7. To phone orders and for  info: 886-9713.  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23  "Puffin1 on the Glitz* Fashion Show at Illusions  Supper Club, with proceeds for bursaries and SC  Transition House. Doors open at 7 pm. Tickets  $15 (Include coffee, dessert and door prizes) at  Tzoonle Gilt House, SC Insurance.Sole Feetures,  Axana-Dew Beauty Boutique, Illusions, or call  Patti, 883-2130.  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27  Jazz and Poetry night al PH School of Music.  Doors open 7 pm, refreshments available. Tickets  $5, children 12 and under free.  Red Cross Standard First Aid and CPR course  begins today, continues Sat. and Sun. at PH  Aquatic & Fitness Cenlre. To register: 883-2612.  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28  United Church Women's Annual Holly Tea &  Bazaar, 1:30 - 3:30 pm at Gibsons Uniled Church  Hall, Glassford Rd. Adults $2.50, children $1.25  (tea).  St. Bert's Annual Christmas Bazaar, 10 am -1  pm. Home baking, mincemeat, gifts, crafts, art,  door prizes.  SC Liberal Association AGM k Buffet Dinner,  6:30 pm at the 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 the Sechelt Indian  Band Hall. Something lor everyone!  Legion Hall Christmas Bazaar L.A. to R.C.L.  ���109 11 am to I pm  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29\  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.  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5  UFAWU Annual Charity Herring Sale. 9 am at  Madeira Park Gov't Dock.  Sunahlne Choristers present "The Night  Belore Christmas". 2 pm and 8 pm al Raven's  Cry Theatre. Tickets at Raven's Cry, Books t\  Stuff, Talewind Books. Info: 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 request. Pre-register,  please. Anne: 886-7988, Donna: 886-7663.  MISCELLANEOUS  "Living with Cancer" Support Group meetings  in Gibsons and Sechell. For info re: limes and  places, call Pearl at 886-8369. All welcome!  Scholastic Book Fair, new books for children,  Nov. 17, 18 & 19, noon - 1 pm and 2 - 5 pm at  Cedar Grove Elem. Everyone welcome.  Wanted: Kids to join the Swim Club at Pender  Harbour Aquatic Centre. Workouts Mon. and  Wed., 5:30 - 7pm. For info: 883-2612.  Fitness Classes, all kinds, all levels, at Pender  Harbour Aquatic and Fitness Centre, Mon. - Fri.  For info: 883-2612.  Parent Tot Drop In at the following locations  trom 9:30 - 11:30am: Qlbeons United Church  Hall, Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri.; Sechelt St. Hilda's  Hall, Tues.; Wilson Creek Community Hall,  Thurs. For into call 885-5881.  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 Parente 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. CaH  886-2423. 42  Sunshine Choristers practise at 7pm In St  Hilda's Church, Sechelt. If you enjoy singing,  please join us. For inio 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 Pensioners Branch #38: Exerclee  Class. 11 am al Harmony Hall, lor Info, call 886-  3544; Bridge starts 1 pm, tor info call 886-7685.  WEDNESDAYS  Sunshine Toastmasters, 7:15 pm at Chatelech  Secondary. Everyone welcome.  Navy League Cadets for males & females 10 to  13 years of age, 6:30pm in Gibsons Legion Hall.  Continuous registration year round. Uniforms provided. Call Marc, 886-7089.  Gibsons Penslonere Branch #38: Carpet  Bowling al Harmony Hall, 1:00 pm. Into: 886-  9271. 43  Children's Story Hour, 10 - 11 am at Wilson  Creek Hall, sponsored by WC Reading Centre  and WC/DB Communily Assoc. Bring a snack.  Volunteers invited as readers, library helpers  and/or hosts. Info: Hilda, 885-9863 or Reiko, 885-  5264.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit. 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7 to  9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment necessary. 885-7770. 42  3C's Weight Loee Support Group meets afternoons  12:30-2:30pm, call 886-2692,  and  evenings 6:30-8:00pm. call 886-7159, at the  United Church, Glasslord Rd., Gibsons.       42  Gibsons Penslonere branch #38. Bingo at  Harmony Hall, 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome. Into:  886-9906.                                                     43  FRIDAYS  Gibsons United Church Thrift Shop, open 1 ��� 3  pm in basement at rear, off Truman Rd.  Gibsons Peneloners Branch #38 activities at  Harmony Hall: Painting for Seniors, 10:00 am;  Tai Chi at 2:30 pm; Cards at 7:00 pm. Info: 886-  2131. 43  SATURDAYS  SC Minor Hockey Meat Draws, 2 - 5 pm at 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. Info: 885-5426.  Chapman Creek Hatchery Toura, Weekly group  tours by appointment only. 4381 Parkway Rd. (oft  Field Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-4136 42 vv/uji  i-atC-v-9,     i-tUVCIIILKTI    I U,    177^  leisure  Charlotte Diamond to shine Local  Canada boasts some of Ihe  world's finest children's entertainers and Charlotte Diamond  is one of the best. Joining the  ranks of Ratti. Shan. Lois and  Bram and Fred Penner. Diamond has just released her sixth  album.  Next month the Sunshine  Coast is lucky to once again  host Charlotte Diamond for one  concert Dec. 5,  Diamond's concert will feature songs from her new album  My Bear Gruff, which takes a  whimsical and thoughtful look  al life and nature. The 16 songs  range from the Latin sound of  All Nations Like Banana to the  ragtime of Whistling Paper Boy.  No More Dishes and Procrastination poke fun at messy household chores and My Bear limit,  the title track, is a sentimental  look al dear old Iriends.  The concert, to he held at 2  pm at Elphinstone Secondary  School is a great way lo get inio  the spirit of Christmas, as Diamond is sure to sing songs from  her fifth album, The Christmas  Gift.  An innovative performer who  boasts songs sung in French,  Diamond puts on an outstanding  show for children of all ages.  Co-sponsored by Gibsons IGA  Plus and Coast Cable Vision,  this will be the third time Parent  Children's entertainer Charlette Diamond.  and Tot Drop-In has brought  Charlotte Diamond to the Coast,  and a sold-out crowd for this  fundraiser is expected.  Tickets are available in Gib  sons al Coasl Books and Sayward Books, Roberls Creek  Store, and in Sechelt al Zippers  Kids and Pacific Pastimes  Toyshop.  talent  celebrated  Third Coasl Theatre Works  and Kafe Kitago combine their  respective talents to present an  evening of dramatic and  comedic monologues featuring  local talent on Saturday  evening, Dec. 5 al 8 pm.  Featured are: Caitlin Hicks,  performing a variety of characters from her plays including  Margaret O'Sullivan on her  wedding day from the popular  Sit Palm Trees, and the outrageous "Gertie" from Plutonium  in Space.  Vancouver actress/writer  Carey llenselwood will perform from her acclaimed feminist monologue Eve and local  artist/director Gord llalloran  will read from his Vancouver  Fringe holdover hit Showing  Si:e.  Local writers and performers  are invited to attend and read or  perform from their poetry, short  stories, songs or plays  The cover charge will be  refunded to guesl performers  who keep their reading lo a  maximum of five minutes.  For information phone 886-  3634.  Robert Davldovlnd  Rena Sharon  Eric Watson  Piano, cello, violin trio coming to Raven's Cry  The music of Clara Schumann, Maurice Ravel, Samuel Barber and  Antonin Dvorak comes alive at the Raven's Cry Theatre Sunday,  Nov. 29 at 2:30 pm in the second concert of the Arts Council's Countryside Concerts Series.  Three remarkable artists, pianist Rena Sharon, cellist Eric Wilson  and violinist Robert Davidovici join together as lhe UBC Faculty Trio  to present this program. A reception will be held in the theatre lobby  following Ihe concert.  Subscribers are encouraged to notify the series' organizers if their  tickets may be unused.  For all ticket information, call 886-2324, 885-4402 or the Raven's  Cry Theatre (day of performance only) 885-4597.  God Looks Out For Drunkards And Fools  faajr Frier Trewir  After they'd Hid me goodbye and good ridalance  1 funned the outboard and rattled away  lighl as a tick wilh four cases ol beer  the mountains wobbling up all around me.  "You'll never make il!" I heard someone shout -  I wasn't any loo sure I would either  but I was too addled lo give a goddamn  hammering up the Sound in the sunlight  The boat was a Salmon Derby prize  I'd bought from the winner the night before -  eight-hundred hard-won bucks he soaked me -  he'd had it a year, perhaps I'd been robbed.  Bill II floated and moved, that seemed sufficient  I droned through my fantasies steering it proud -  a vessel-possessor, king of the Inlet  my clinker-built cockleshell carving the waves.  Cracking more beers to befuddle my wits  I chug-a-lugged on fmm one town to another  singing insane duets with the engine ���  the day unreeling and reeling around me  I was halfway Ihere when the motor died ���  1 cranked it like hell bul it paid no attention -  I found they'd neglecled lo give me (lie oars ���  mechanical moron, 1 cursed and drifted.  The Sound was empty of boals to hail -  I was far form shore and the sky was clouding -  what if a storm should Mow up? I had nightmares  of high winds lambasting me into oblivion.  In panic, I worried lhe engine again -  yanked on lhe rope till I damn near fell overboard  and just when' I'd come lo the end of my hope  it coughed back lo life and prodded me east.  II was dusk when I docked at the Woodfibre mill  wilh a sigh of relief and most of my beer ���  lugged It all up lo Ihe Sunday-dry bunkhouse -  rallied my buddies and drank half the nighl.  Rattletrap craft of my beer-swilling youth  you lie long sunken in Howe Sound sill -  vagabond vessel of haphazard yean  you drum through my dreams like a metaphor.  Revised: October 23,1991  On land it's a nuisance.  At sea it can be a nightmare.  Last year, more than half of all calls for assistance sent out by fishing vessels were the result of mechanical breakdowns.  Most could have been prevented. Checking your luel supply and fluid levels, keeping a maintenance record and tuning up your vessel  thoroughly before setting oul will not only save hassles; it could also save your lite. Smart fishing is safe fishing;  and once you make it a habit, you'll swear by il. To order a free copy of the Coast Guard's Small Fishing Vessel Safety Manual,  or for information on marine safety equipment requirements, call us toll Iree al:  1-800-267-6687  lafcl   Canadian  CanadS  3  FORST POTTERY  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  AIR CANADA VACATIONS  Effective Nov. 15 - Dec. 9.1992  HmkkSok  for  British Columbia and Alberta  $000Re,urn+  ���fcZ Z $54TOX��t  6 or 13 nights  IrHtant Purchas* ��� 100% No^MUMMM.  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TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  t /a Milk Noa��TH or gardcn Bay rd,  HWV. lOI 883-9541  883-2888  i-*nd��r Harbour's ONLY  Full Lint Sporting Goods Stora  Francla Peninsula Plica  Corner of Sunahlne Coaat Hwy. t  Francla Penlnaula Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  Paandaar Harbour, B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  DINING  /^  RESTAURANTT  883-9919  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  kleindale  Tar It Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolds   883*9303   Miss Sunny's  IMIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltaoja power lines  Cert. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  G. Contracting  Grauei, Oearing  Sopctc 8ya*t0fn*s  883-8282  LAWYER  883*9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524 Coast News, November 16, 1992        13  sports  Volleyball talent abounds  Elphinstone played host to a nine team volleyball tournament  Thursday to highlight the high calibre of players making their way up  from elementary school programs.  Elphi coach Carrie Dupres credits Roberts Creek teacher Barry  Krangle's volleyball program as a greal provider of young talent  which could lead to a provincial class AA leam in the near future. To  reciprocate, she invited the elementary cteek learns io join Chatelech,  Pender Harbour, and Elphinstone for the first of what may be more  inter-school tournaments this month, possibly running into December.  Elphi also has a bid in to host the 19% Provincial Finals which,  Dupres says, looks like a go and is waiting for formal notification. In  the meantime.she hopes to form a solid 12 person AA team out of all  the talent coming at her (Roberts Creek won the provincials last  year).  COMPUTERIZED  MAKEOVER  The exclusive ColorLogic*" Personalized Beauty Analysis  fiom M.iry K.iy is the first computeti/pd progiam to  recommend tn.ikoup colors and application techniques  based on your individual features and personal coloring.  ('.ill today for a free consultation and your own  Personalized Beauty Analysis.  MARV KAV  FACE TO-FACE BEAUTY ADVICE  GLORIA FRITZ 885-5715  Imlfliendfitt Beauty Consultant  Elphlnstone's Cougars are showing promise. Barry Krangle  (above) pumps up enthusiasm of one of Ihree Roberts Creek  teams playing Thursday. Joel Johnstone photos  Office Administration  Graduates are in Demand!!  Apply now tor January 1993 Enrolment  Accelerated Office Technology Program  A unique opportunity to acquire tha  technical skills tor accounting and  secretarial positions:  ��� Business Records    ��� Accounting  ��� Microcomputers      ��� Business English  ��� Word Processing     ��� Work Practicum  Part-time courses are available in  Business English, Word Processing,  Accounting and Keyboarding.  For more information, telephone 984-4959  CAPILANO  COLLEGE     2055 Purcell Way ��� North Vancouver ��� B.C.  Pender girls eye provincials  by Roxanne Gregory  Following PHSS's senior  girls volleyball team's defeat of  Elphinstone 4 - 0 in Monday  action, Tuesday night's practice  is punctuated with an undercurrent of excitement as the players  drill, practice and polish the  techniques which have made  them the fourth ranked team  provincially.  Jolaine Percival dives across  the floor and slices just along  the inside of the net to make an  incredible save.  Coach Ted Roberts is obvi-  oosly pleased with their dynamic performance. "We're going to  the zone Finals on Saturday in  North Vancouver," said  Roberts. These are the "do or  die finals. We're competing  against AA teams. Normally we  are rated as a single A team.  Single A teams are drawn from  smaller schools where there are  0-75 girls in grades 11 and 12.  At PHSS we have 24 girls in  those grades and 12 of them are  bridge corner  by Rudy Notzl  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club  Winners:  Nov. 4: Pat Ashby and Doris  Housley, first; Jean Coyle with  Fay McCarthy, second.  Nov. 9: Jean Coyle and Patti  Phillips, First; Pat Ashby and  Doris Housley, second.  Want an encounter! Both  games have been won by a  mere half of a match point  (which means that after 23  boards tied, one board was  played just slightly better by  the winners).  Learn to play bridge or to  play better, part V:  So our partner fired the first  salvo by bidding one of a major  suit and thus became "the opener". Things are easy if the  opener's partner happens to  have three or more cards in the  same suit and responds as follows: with a weak hand (0-5  points) ��� passes; 6-10 ��� raises partner one level (to two  hearts and two spades); 11 or  12 jump raises to three level; 13  + ��� bids a game (of four hearts  or four spades) being quite sure  that we can take 10 tricks if our  major suit is trump.  While supporting (raising)  opener's major, the responder  will be of great help having  shortness (two or less) in the  other suits so that partner may  trump in.  So called "dummy points",  responder can add five points if  void (no card in a suit), three  points holding a single card  (singleton), or one point having  two cars (a doubleton). So contemplating to raise opener's  bid, we add high card points  and dummy points to come to  the proper classification on our  hand and the appropriate  response. To be co.uinued.  on the team. We chose to go to  the AA completion because if  we'd won the zone finals for  single A, the provincials are  held in the Okanagan, and we  don't have the money to travel.  "It's been tough finding  sponsors. We have a few community sponsors, but we're a  small place. At PHSS we were  allocated $4,500 for travel, but  that included all educational  field trips as well. Three thousand five hundred goes to field  trips and $1,000 goes toward  coaching expenses, there was  zero left for school teams. The  girls have raised all their travel  expense funding, but it wasn't  nearly enough to go to the  Okanagan.  "The competition is going to  be tough. We'll be competing  against St. Thomas Aquinas,  and they are ranked tops in B.C.  The other teams participating in  these elimination are Elphinstone, Howe Sound,  (Squamish), and Windsor of  North Van. It's a David and  Goliath story. We used to be the  underdogs, now we go out  expecting to win.  "These girls practice really  hard ... they are very dedicated.  Some of them have jobs and  with senior course work they  still come out for practice. Our  advantage is that they have been  playing together for years. The  core group has been playing  together since grade 7, although  some of them started at Madeira  Park Elementary when they  were in grade 4. It really makes  a tremendous difference."  i     ,,.,  Laughter erupts from the  girls on court as a volley of balls  cascades across the net. The  girls move with that grace and  skill only young people lake for  granted.  Roberts continues, "We are  hoping to take first or second  place Saturday. That will assure  us a set in the provincial finals,  which will be held at Hensworth  in North Vancouver Nov. 26-28.  WE'RE CELEBRATING CPR  (<X flNNIVERSff^  19 Dec 12th with a *#  1st ANNIVERSARY DRAW  -k it WltVU %  FIRST PRIZE   $200 GUT CERTIFICATE  SECOND PRIZE   $ 100 GUT CERTIFICATE  THIRD PRIZE    $50 GIFT CERTIFICATE  ���     QibtKwn  Family Athletic  Shoes ft  Clothing Store  WRONTRUNNERS  886-4830  ImpoMarvt Itfisrimtim  far Parents  In January 1993, the new Child Tax Benefit begins.  What is it?  The Child Tax Benefit combines the existing  Family Allowances and tax credits (or  children into a new tax free, monthly  payment. It also includes a new supplement  for low income working families.  The benefit provides more money for  children - $2.1 billion more, over five years  - and targets money to those families who  need it. In fact, most families will receive  more money than fhey do now.  What are the improvements?  The benefit is fairer and simpler. It is  designed with a very important goal in mind  - to ensure that the money reaches the  families who need it, as quickly as possible.  ��� The monthly payments are tax free.  ��� Because benefits are delivered each month,  parents no longer have to wait until the end  of the year to claim child tax credits.  ��� There is no need to make annual  applications - benefits are automatically  calculated from the tax returns you file  each year.  ��� Benefits can be adjusted quickly when  there is a change in your family, such  as the birth of a child.  What do I have to do?  Watch your mailbox.  A special information package is being  sent to people who currently receive Family  Allowances. Please read it carefully. It tells  you how the benefit is calculated and how  much you will receive if your family qualifies  If you have not received your information  package by the end of November, please  call this toll-free number: 1 -800-387-1193.  (For service in French, 1 -800-387-1194).  In January the new monthly benefits will  Please remember to file your 1992 income  tax return to continue to qualify for the  Child Tax Benefit.  The Brighter Futures Initiative.  As part of the Federal  Government's Brighter Futures  Initiative, the new Child Tax  Benefit is an important step  toward providing a brighter  future for our children. By  working together, we  ensure that every  Canadian child       \  looks forward       J  to a brighter    $_,i  future. ��  M  Government    Gouvernement  of Canada      du Canada  Canada  am  mm 14 Coast News, November 16, 1912  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  UMAtr me 4 mcchawcal ltd  KAL&TIRE  If we sell it... uv guarantee it!  HM WMTT RM0. StChOtt ��� WmtmYWTl  *^*mm1mmm~tm*mK.m**mm  {\\        ��� ror the (uin/ia'aia- ���nut.S  HH   Eric's Drywall  Xfvr ia .i c ,t//  88.VdO">2  Industrul      AUTOMOTIVE Mi������f "  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 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QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 116-7111  y        showroom: inra_n_ Wd. Cibsons        j  Need a hoe? Call a prol  "Grade-Rite  Excavating Ltd."  Property Development  Roads & Driveways  All Excavations ��� Free Estimates  885-7140  HO/viE IMPROVEMENTS  ���Renew ^nte/iioft 'DecowUiig  "* Palntina ��� Wallpapering  Colour Coordinating * Consultation  COMPLETE INTERIOR DESIGN  Reasonable Rates  FREE ESTIMATES ON PAINTING  885*4828  PETEH J. SUGARS  Custom CeUrtets  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    ���    res. 886-2231  land Clearing        885-3469  ^IHon 886*8053  SWUM RMMVQI  a5ti*t PiVMOpiMnt  fre��es(imai*�� _,������"*�������*  SUNSHINS KITCHENS  ' KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  Celhilmr 644-4907  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  Highway 101, Box 2549, Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone (604) S8S-5756 ��� Fax (604) B85-2756  BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING  Septic Fields ��� Beck Filling  Drainage ��� Excavations  Water Lines-Rock Walla  Landscape Construction  ��� Roberts Creek CaH: 886-3977.  /&HliMmiOORNG & ATTIC VENTILATION^  SI K\ l( I  'ExcaMlhqt  'Uuidtcape  ConslriK Ikin  Z4H0t'R  . sEiwia  ��� Badrfimig  ��� Low tmaarti i Select land  Clearing  ~~ 886-8538  ���- 220*8767  ��� ReWalng  Walls  B0X1Z21,  GIBSONS B.Cj  i*��r��)Ofii�� tK oMuara ��� leak aepauni  ���LOMANCO- WHIRLVIIRD ATTIC VENTt  ��� KEEPS VCajn HOME rxa IN SUMMEB  ��� MEVENIS CONOEWATION IN WKTER  B.B a LICENSED IINSUBED. FUSE ESTiaaATES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  166S-446ffl  Iff   V��>��>   IA/I?n?   .KlviM tl%ll|(|   |l|.|  you'd In: rcaiiflinc) .iltout  yours-clf  -  Ami  s.o vuould  ijui'iyhoily I'lsf? Coast News, November 16, 1992 15  QntOMlfeut  -WNDtBH��e0UII��r<  FRANCIS PENINSULA PLACE  a-" DEPENDABLE ~  AUTO SERVICE  Did You Know...  We Do Bellabls * economical  RADIATOR  REPAIRS  The South Gout's Only ^T^^ i/C^  BCAA AtHOTBP Shop  .Special con��K!ei_Uon to BCtXA members)  yQWmm   AUTOMOTIVE  r��  .CONTOUR  DESIGN  ^jr  Quality Supply 4 Installation   ""  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  .SHOWROOM 851 HWY. 101-GIBSONS- D.C. ��� PH/FAX:8g6-319lal  (Sun  xaneer  ,Mar|na ii Resort Ltd  Located in Seciel Cove 115-7811  MARINE SPECIALISTS ?i years  PARTS ��� SALES ��� SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K �� C Thermogliss !.__. li'Xi.U -  Cobti Boats now  **^     >�� - ��"-��*��� *"  In-Stock  PRECISE  PAINTING & PIASTER  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Stucco  ��� All Pha8-ofDryw-.il  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  mmt  Free Estimates  ��� S.ill W.ilt't lie ernes  Miiii'l 8, Campsites ��� Water Taxi  Vi Maiine Repairs        ��� kecV Tackle j_______j__J  Iff you in/ere -ntlt/ertisinfj li��;rc;  you'd Ue r��;aclinn .iliout  yourself - And so would  everybody else  ill mature, reliable, ecnniimical  Interior ��� exterior  CUSTOM PAINTING  seniors (taunt ��� Ireo rallmttlos  885-8895  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  The complete roofcig profeiwonali  UTHERLAND  r���.SALES * 'FRVICE LTD���  BOX 342 Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0 8*3-1119 24Hri.  juirtr  snaw nanaaviMoaaoa BOAT TRAILERS  YANMAR Migncharge Balterlca  OAKFORD & SONS CONSTRUCTION  All Phases of Indoor/Outdoor  Maintenance & Renovations  REFERENCES  Phone: Bill Oakford 886-��0�� Free Estimates  tt  Installation of:  ���TAMKO Fibreglass Roofing  ���INDAL Metal Roofing and  g   n_4   Cladding  JaWBSS 'Wolverine and BP Vinyl Siding  Bmmoav  ,West Coast So|arium Systems  FREE ESTIMATES  CALL 883-9551,  or Van. toll free 669-2604  After hours call Fraser Murphy 883-9767  V  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  The Sunshine  Coast's Evlnradt  Dsalsr  FCATURIHS:  TNE MX NEW  SPITFIRE SERIES (  mEi/trmuDE  RUDE  COTTRELL-Sl  MARINE '.I RUICI i  886-3005  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  INSULATION  Q  m&u  ��� Batt k Blown < Commardal ���  ��� Raaktantlal ��� N��w * Existing ���  886*8741  ��  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  ,\,       ajj.        ll  731 North Bd., Oibaona 686-2912  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  j  ^Topping ��� Trimming 'Pruning ��� Brush Chtpptjr  Danger Tres Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 2D Years Experience  885-3697  MARINE SERVICES  Fl. ENTERPRISES  WakJing and Fabricating . Equlpntant Hapara  Steel * Stalnleea Steel * Aluminum  Sarvlng Mm foraat, martn* art* Conatructlon  Induatrlaa en MM Sunehln. Coaat  SHOP & MOBILE  HOWAjjD LAMP       SSO-SM1       CIL. 88*0431  V<��ii   ��/i;��'ir   .HltMilisJinj  liurt!  you'd In? nr.Kliiiri .iliout  yourself - And so would  _fflS?F��  fishing ��� diving tourt  cargo  r_____mf\f%__ transportation  riMUUn & island service  qwdc for reservations  ��� Ens please call Peter at  (604) 889-1981  cell: 1-230-8)27  GIBSONS: 886-0225   SECHELT: 8854422  % Putt tj HUei, 6* SlU %Ui*tt*ut  community  Amnesty holds elections Thursday  wanting to return to their homeland in Guatemala.  Quite timely in relation to the recent awarding of  Ihe Nobel Peace Prize to Rigoberla Menchu ���  Guatemalan woman and human rights activist.  Also ihe group will be discussing ideas for the  upcoming table/drive for human rights on Human  Rights Day ��� Dec. 10. All are welcome to come  and lend a hand.  There will be an update on letter writing on  behalf of various prisoners of conscience around  the world, unable to see the light of day or feel the  touch of a loved one ��� at this place in time.  There will be a monthly November meeting of  the local Sunshine Coasl Amnesty International  group #160 Thursday, Nov. 19 at 7:30 pm in  Sechelt Elementary School Library.  This month the group will be deciding new  elected posts/positions of responsibility within the  local organization. This will include Ihe chair,  treasurer and secretary ��� so we need your input  and interest in human rights affairs today.  This month the group will also be featuring a  half-hour movie titled: Return of the Mayan. It  concerns the Guatemalan refugees in Mexico  Kitchen  helper  sought  A new program is being  planned by Ihe Coasl Garibaldi  Health Unit called a Community Kitchen and the search is on  for a volunteer to meet the  challenge. As coordinator for  the program, the volunteer's  duties would include recruitment of participants, assistance  with food shopping and preparation, attendance at planning  meetings and assistance with  the overall promotion of the  program.  The Community Kitchen is  a place where parents come  together to plan, shop and cook  meals once a week under the  guidance of a nutritional expert  and volunteers. Food prepared  is then shared and taken home  by participants.  For more information, contact the Volunteer and Informa-  Women's  conference  continues  Last month's well attended  WomenFutures Conference,  Creating the Vision, continues  from 10 am to 2 pm Sunday  Nov. 22, with a free workshop  . at Capilano College, North  Campus.  On the agenda is a preview  of the plan for a Women's  Resources Centre, an opportunity to have your ideas incorporated, and a chance to explore  the issues that such a centre can  help address. You need not  have attended the conference in  order to participate in this  workshop.  Bring a bagged lunch and a  mug. Free childcare is available  at Community Services, but  you must call 885-5881 to pre-  register.  Auction,  gala dance  coming  It's a Community Party!  Fun, food and dancing to rock  and roll. Lots of fun from the  time that the doors open at the  Sechelt Indian Band Hall, Nov.  28 at 6 pm when the silent auction begins.  For the next couple of hours  you can bid wilh your friends  for a wide variety of goods and  services collected from all  around the Coast and the Lower  Mainland. Dinner is at 7:30 pm,  not 7 pm as the poster says (is  anyone reading).  Dancing begins at 9 pm and  continues until I am. Get your  tickets early! Call 885-5881 for  more information and for tickets.  Coast Flies has all the  "Needful Things"  for the Fly Fisherman in  your life  Coast Flies f  M \\>( Kl s I  (,ir,so\s  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  HOME  SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  WIlHtKlatC  mm  SUNCOAST MOTORS LTD  ACROSS FROM GIBSONS PARK PLAZA  We're more than just tires!  t,N t\  Automotive at Truck Tires ��� Sato ft Sarvtca,  ��� Mechanical * Eihamtl  Alignments -bakes ��� Shocks ��� Tunat  General Mechanical  HI  SUPER SPECIAL  This week only  P235-75-R15XL  $79"  Coastal Tires  886-2700  MON TIME HT. FT.  3:00 3.0  16  10:35 15.4  MO    4:55 9.9  9:15 11.6  FRI TIME HT. FT.  2:10 12.0  20    7:20 9.0  FR    1:30 15.3  6:40 4.4  TUES TIME HT. FT  3:55 4.8  17 11:20 15.4  TU   6:05 8.8  10:50 11.1  SAT TIME HT. FT.  3:30 13.0  21    8:30 10.0  SA   2:05 15.1  9:25 3.2  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson    '"��� ___M_'_T" "!i ..,  *-       *a*     n.        i      j ������ ��� hr. 4Dmk. plus 5 mln nf aechtt. o* NM  Pacific Standard Time  Tide Tables Courtesy of  :ua,^pty��t  4:35 14.0  22    9:30 10.7  SU    2:45 14.9  10:05  and 7 mln. lor tash It. et (all.  CLIP & SAVE  .0 BCFGRRies Schedule  i/ANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  Leave Langdale       Leave Horseshoe Bay  JERVIS INLET  6:20 am  8:30  10:30  4:30 pm  6:30  SALTERY BAY  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am   3:30 pm  7:35        5:30 M  9:30 M     7:30  11:30      9:20  Tim an aula lallngl DK. II, 24, H, 87,21, INI,  April 1,10,11,12, tM t May 21,22,21,24, IHI.  EARLS COVE  Leave Earls Cove  6:40 am     4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30        8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  M-oVvoaaa  Mavarickew  Laava Eari'a Cova 2:M pm. Laava Mart Say tttO am.  Your mainland connection.  Service is our business.  885-6102 ��� 669-8238 (toil free) Tahe Advantage of our Ntnv Claxsifivit /\ci Sptfciat  TtztT* your- classified c*d <5 times  and _pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  V  Prnajct Moavopomovaf  ��� Drafting Sorvacoi  ��� Painting  ��� NS>SaT H��na>n9  BILL 886-3463  Secreit'Reaiooits 2 turn home,  easy care private lot Waw air-  tgnt. range. Indge. S7S0/mtfi 885-  7i68 eves 4fa-  Pnme 1/2 acre plus VIEW lol.  Roberts Creek. Private road leads  lo site located behind waterlront  property. Close to beach, siore  $89,000 885-0905. 48cn  752 Hwy 101. S0x26BK>t. 3 bdrm.  o��W house. $165,000 686-9049  West Sechelt Built lo lock-up.  3200 sq ll 2 storey home with  ocean net, 885-2556        48cn  BUILD YOUR FUTURE IN  HALFMOON BAY  t/2 acre high, dry building site  Wonderful neighbourhood  schools, parks, etc Only $49,000  Mary Sutherland 736-3441 Can,  da Trusi. 47*  GIBSONS MEW LOT  Large corner lol on prestigious  Oceanmount Blvd Close to all  amenities $66,000 Call Ron  Muberag 561-8400 or 885-7816  Sutton Group Guildford Centre  Realty 47w  Two v��* lots lor sale by ovaner.  Tuwanek area 88fH)285   M7W  LANGDALE  by owner 6 men old 3 bdrm rand  er. 2 baths wrsoaker tubs Sonne  living room Vaulted ceiling, l/p  .'at.; const double garage 886  83*4 $147,500 1.300 sqtl 172:  jennsen 47w  NATIONAL  NRS GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  tmivJjt  HI US_iSJL  13L  184.  7.80   I 8,00 I HO    tOO    _a | ____*  to  ajt  AjtfJiXIa.  t-7��    t.00  t__t Sank Prkno Rate __%  Call mo now lor a IrM mariiot  ���valuation of your properly  Jerry Ridgewell  Office: 886-2277  Res: 886-0240  I Love To Sell Real Estate  CLASSIFICATIONS  HOtWaf) m PrOpOfty  SMtie  let  Thank You  10. Loot  11. Found  IS. *m* ��� LrVaaaVaock  IS.  14.  IS. WonM  IS. Free  17. Oarage loloo  IS. BwtavSTrada  IS. t___m  SS ,.F*��*t*a**a*a*a   .,..  SI. ForSole  SS.  Meevy Eayutpmout  SS. AlHoe  S��. Track*  30. Bod ond BraoMMt  SI. For Rout  32. COfiWMroM for fwnt  U. Entortalnmonl  34. Holp Wanted  aM.  Mario*  17.  M.  Wanlod to Raant  M. Work Wonted  17. CMMCoro  SS. Bualiwoa Orapoiiunltloo  SS. L*��ol  40. TooLototoCloooSy  ���BE&___jfi_  iFir  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ���1 People Places tm  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  Baft I STORE 885-9435  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  3 00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  mm   5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Phaitnacy)  886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Dave Orr and hi* great staff will help you place  your ctarwlfteds at AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Ptacea in Pender Harbour.  BRIAN t ANNE  PARKER  We have purchasers tor  Sunshine Coast  properties Your buyer is  likely      in      Greater  Vancouver or major cities  east and south.  We know  how to roach thorn!  See our marketing plan  and you'll want our listing  team working lor you.  Ph; Pager 623-5116  Roa: 925-2427  SUIION GROUP  StNIINIL REALT'  Affordable quality home by builder.  1400 sq tl. up, lge recroom or  potential in-law down Nice area,  close to all amenities. Call Craig or  Heather 866-2352. ��48W  OPEN HOUSE  834 Trawler Place. Sunday. Nov.  22 8 Nov. 29, l -3pm New 1400  sq. ft. up. Nice area close lo  schools and shopping.      MTW  Wanled - pnvale purchase, building lot. Roberts Creek area - or  proximity. Preler view lot. 929-  6071. ��48W  LOT FOR SALE  Lot 5 Vista Fjord Estates overlooking lerry ��� best view on Coast. 885-  5429 47W  1990 35' Terry Resort, that looks  as good as any '92 and worlh  $16,500. I'm looking for land with a  value anywhere from $16,500 to  $25,000. Any ideas? Call Ken al  886-9681 or tan 886-0399    49*  3 bdrm 2 level house. 240tt.x85tt.  lot. 30x16 workshop. Madeira  Park. $88,000.874-2213     46w  1560 sq.ll. 3 bdrm rancher 3 yrs  old. W. Sechelt close lo corner  store and school. 2 baths, LR, FR.  2 car garage/opener and fenced  backyard. $144,900.885-4421. No  Agents Please. 46w  For sale - Ocean Mount Gibsons  level lot 119'X173 Fully serviced,  ready io build. Call owner 886-  7550. $64,000. 46cn  Ocean view lol, Gower Pt. area.  $80,000,886-3497. 48cn  A . g mat* you lo St Marys Hos-  pilai stall intensive care, physio  and ward nurses. Secnen Mecteai  Dine; Drs Burtnick and Houngan  tor me loving and caring cere given  to our Dan Also a special hug lo  Paige Sincere thanks to Iriends  ana neighbours during our recent  time ol sorrow.  The Paprs lamiHes  ���SWZJLMM-TWOeS  .f.xi/ujuv imperii from  South America  I Vi .nit. I Mt mc S. iiliMiiirs  iVi . .1 t i*,iviii|p Jt Batlki  SiKct, {'ivval t ('.mil  K.iw MM ((^iiaru, etc )  \l_Mr k -\iiinlnsi Lo xlrt  <)b��Hitki. K ���pMni <>n  \ .hi. iiti Kicki  1'nlultnl Agate t 'ii.mri  IV..k triil Vis  r *i]iii��iu- l.h\ Am.!/, .ii |\mrn  Wk.  ttir  No  ll.nin lun k Weal I - 4:JO  llmia. In le Sat II) am   4N pm  U�� Nortan IM. (off Ihaoai Rd.)  WcuSnlat* . ����S5I7I  ft QAS CI  representing  VlaSit   at wawaftouaa  5631 Wharf Rd,  885-7171  Piano, Ike new $1350 - 683-2329  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House tor confidential 24 hr. service. 885-2944. TFN  COUNSELLING  Special /mg m anger, depression,  eating disorders Mary Pmniger,  MA.R.CC 885-0867.      48cn  *��  ILLIISIOXS  ^  RnwigASpicttOxcaakar,?  Illusons Restaurant has lull  laalrbes lor large or smal  groups Sianquel or  a-la-carte menu available.  For more a-formaton cal  8654900.  Virtues Workshop: supporting  parents in brtnging out the best in  even/ child, Sundays. Nov. 22 and  29. 9-4 pm. Call Shawani Campbell 685-3568 47w  HAIR STUDIO  1444 Gower Point Rd. 686-7911  Servi-e lor Family Hair Care 47cn  Adult children of Alcoholics or dyslunctlonal lamllies please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 for help. NC  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 685-7484, 866-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565. NC  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  686-7883,24 hour line.      TFN  Cameo Singles Club - dinners,  dancing, hiking, crib. 885-9968,  886-7054. I46W  Individual and lamily counselling,  also addiction, abuse and anger  management issues. Bill  HendryCole, M.S. Roberts Ck.  6654282. I48W  7   Announcements  Christmas  PORTRAIT  Special  Perfect winter project1 Completed  mow/plans -16 tt. row boat to be  built with cedar strips. Finished  boal can be seen, $250. 885-  7227. #47W  KFOK AFTEIt  Nov. 22, J's Unisex  1:00 pm  ���OOKNOWiMMITT  Special Needs Day Care  COMMUNITY FORUM  lo respond to lhe  Ministry of Social Services'  SPECIAL NEEDS DAY CARE  DISCUSSION PAPER  Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1992  6:45 pm - 9:30 pm  Bella Beach Motel, Bayside Room  4748 Sunshine Coast Highway  Davis Bay  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOOUli  5866 Cowrn St., Box 1219  Socholt, BC.. VON 3A0  ees.321iFAxee5.2eee  Van. Toll Froe I  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard,  1400 sq. ft. home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5935. ss  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redrooffs,  controlled subdivision, $49,500.1-  226-9660. ss  48' x 330' of prime low bank waterfront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be lixed up for  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2).  Double gaiage plus storage shed.  $169,500. Phone Jennifer 1-689-  7070. ss  ���S  Christmas  Pottery Sale  Nov2Ht4 22nd1W  Lizzie ft Kevin Corcovan invite  you to their studio/home for  our Flrit Annual Christmas  Pottery Sale. We appreciate  everyone's support over the  past year and we would like to  thank you with our 'sale*  table, complimentary Xmas  treats, ft an Christmas draw  ($100 value, in your chotoo of  pottery items).  812 Fisher Rd,  Grantham's Landing  "_. CMMJWM NWOOflMf  Wrning|obdt>K-lptloM  Nov. 27 $15, 9-12 pm. For more  into call 685-5881. Volunteer and  Info Centre 47cn  REWARD  Hubcap for Cadillac. Probably on  Payne Rd. earty November. Phone  886-3750 46w  Friendly grey tabby near Bonniebrook heights Rd. 886-305646W  Black floating lantern between  super shape end post office.  Bergilot. 865-5523 46w  Set of keys lost in lower Gibsons.  Key chain is a heart in rainbow  colours with 'Bev' printed on the  heart. II found pis call 886-4717.  46w  Part German Shepard, part coyote. Mostly light in colour. Tag with  "Buster'. Sechelt area. 865-5248.  46cn  Missing - Small tabby, one year  old, unneut. male from Reed Rd.  area. Black and tan-striped with  white under chin, four white paws.  'Debit' is desperately missed and a  reward is offered. 886-7889 or  864-5223 ext. 393. ��47W  Ladles' gold watch: on the Langdale Ferry Fri. Oct 23. Reward.  Call Jean 865-5429 46w  BONIN: Passed away Nov. 10,  1992, Frank Wilfred Bcrtn, late of  Roberts Creek. Born Sept. 26,  1913 in Marcelin. Sask Survived  by his loving family: wife Grace;  son Lawrence; daughters: Trudy  McCaffrey and Ooreen Richardson; 12 grandchildren; 2 greatgrandchildren; 3 brothers: Henry,  Andrew and Camilla; 1 sister,  Yvonne. Prayers Thurs. Nov. 12 at  7 pm in the Holy Family Catholic  Church, Sechelt. Rev. A. DePom-  pa will celebrate the Funeral Mass  in the Church on Friday Nov. 13 at  11 am. Interment Seaview Cemetery. Devlin Funeral Home, directors. 46cn  THOMAS: Passed away peacefully  on Nov. 10, 1992, Phyllis M.  Thomas, late of Madeira Park, In  her 73rd year. Survived by her loving husband Burden; 2 sons: Lloyd  and Bruce, of Detroit, Michigan; 2  sisters and 1 brother in England;  and a brother-in-law, Lloyd  Thomas, ol Wheatley, Ontario. Private service Mon. Nov. 16 in the  chapel of Devlin Funeral Home,  Gibsons, Lt. Dawn Hansen officiating. Cremation. 46cn  Class ol '83 Reunion meeting.  Dec. 3, 7:30 pm. Cedars Pub or  Phone 886-4563 48w  GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT  Craniosacral, Shiatsu, Polarity.  Reiki. 20 yrs prolessional bodywork practitioner otters pain relief  and relaxation. Usha 866-2750.  51 en  Mlkhl(MlkhllH)  Next group channeling Nov. 20  weather permitting. Call lor confirmation, personal appointments.  886-0101. ��46W  Individualized art classes! Quality  supplies! Paintings, drawings or  portraiture for sale! Call artist  Laara WilliamSen 886-8782.48cn  Professional Skate  Sharpening and Repair at  Trail Bay Sports  Drop-Otto  Ponder Harbour ��� Socholt Shell  Socholt ��� Trail Bay Sports  Gibaona * Frontrunnera  (QHjaona P.* Plan!  Rockeaing  Rosemarie's  Boutique  Jole  on eaV iakjh Morgan  Cotton & Wool Sweaters  Merina Wool Fashions  Nylon, Cotton Lined  Ladies' and Men's  Spoils Suits  Leather Belts  OpmTtan-Thur*.  11:00 *m-5:0Opm  A-rytirne by appointment  6396 Norvm Road,  W**tS*crmtfBS5-582l  DYDEE-S DIAPERS  new to the Sunshine Coast! 100%  cotton flannelette (liners included)  diapers with velcro closures. 3  sizes available. Ideal shower and  baby gifts. Call Judy 685-3412.  *46W  BROOKS 4 MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Ben|amin Moore Paints  Envtmnrmnl  FrmrrtiPakm  in Alt Colour, ot  Ih. Rainbow  Including Qrmn  BID Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-2923  Res 885-5058  Geese and ducks. Various breeds,  free. 885-4655. 48cn  Boxer cross puppies, ready lor  Christmas to good homes. First  vaccination, wormed. $125. 885-  9015. 48cn  African Pigmy Goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990 ss  Registered male Border Collie  pups. Ready early Dec. $300.  Registered Romni Ram. Great  fleece. $150.886-3506       ss  16' all-purpose English saddle,  good cond., $395.886-2049.I47W  Registered miniature Dachshund,  fern., 10 weeks. 885-9640J46W  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then 1 Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Maries Fashions.    NC  Help reduce the pel over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pel NC  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Kea Dalgleish  886-2843  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 60 e/doz. 686-3039.  TFN  POTTERY SALE  Handcrafted stoneware by Elaine  Futterman and Mike Allegretti.  Creek Clayworks studio open  house, Sat. and Sun., Nov. 21 and  22,10 am to 4 pm. 1736 Lockyer  Rd., Roberts Creek Phone 885-  2395 lor inforrnation or directions.  46w  WOMEN  NURTURE YOURSELF. ELLEN  BESSO, TRAGER BODYWORK.  1/2 SESSIONS AVAILABLE. 886-  6864 47*  Yvonne Barne is now an outside  sales rep for Elite Travel. 8B6-  4862,866-2522. 51cn  DISCRIMINATING  TRAVELLERS!  Expect moie than Sunshine Irom  your next trip? Unsure how to get  what you wanl? For expert help  phone Chris, GREAT CIRCLE  TRAVEL CONSULTANTS, 685-  8933, Itinerary Planning Specialists.  We enrich your Overseas Trip with  a Customized itinerary. You dam  a FULL REFUND ol our $40 lee  when you book the trip at Elite  Travel, 8863381.  Phone lor our flyer ol personalized  services: Great Circle Crusetours;  Home Visits in Europe. Australia,  New Zealand, Caribbean, many  more cultural programs and our  TRAVEL VALUE PLAN    47w  Cruise the Caribbean and party  with 3 ol the Blue Jays. Dec. 5,1  week Irom $t639/person. Limited  space. Call Bill of Incentive Travel,  885-5964 or 1-921-6131   46cn  Kenmore washer/dryer white,  working cond. 666-4733 after (  pm. 47cn  Top of the line Maytag dishwasher,  paid $1000. make me an oiler  866-359? t47W  Used water bed in good condition.  Reasonable price. 8856336.48cn  Children's downhill ski gear, 100-  120 cm skiis. boots, poles, bindings. 886-3841 48w  Table tennis lable in good condilion, 685-7571 46cn  Person lo spare on Wednesday  night bowling league. 666-4577 or  886-9124 46w  Deerhides for drums. Call Celtic  Crafts 886-2844. 48w  Private, secluded spot lor my trailer and 1.886-0996 47cn  TUFF-BOX  lor small size PU, must be in good  shape and lockable. 866-89M.  TFNs  Canopy lor S-15 truck, 5'x75'. 686-  0928. ��46w  Photographer requires cow with  full udder for pholo. Will consider  goat. Leave message at 866-2622.  TFN ,,       ..,.  ,,���;  , ���  Trailer suitable lor 1 person, to  occupy Oct. thru Dec. 886-9563  TFNs  8-track tape converter. 886-4996.  TFNs  Female cocker spaniel/husky  cross, 3 yrs old, free lo good  home. Exc. with children 886-  8185. 46w  Old camper trailer frame, good lor  utility trailer, you haul. 685-3720.  TFNs  Free - shredded paper. 666-2664.  ���46W  Hepburn Brothers beautilul inlaid  rosewood antique upright piano,  circa 1900. $1100.665.7475.48cn  GUITAR LESSONS  Classical thru to jazz. Beginners  thru lo intermediate. Michael Bloch  686-9747 47cn  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  We play Ihe music you want to  hear. To book your Dance Music  call 664-5430 49m  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles,  levels and applied theory. First lesson free. Beginners welcome.  Avail, days and eves. Steve BBS-  2365. ��47W  PIANO TUNING  For service and repair call Sun-  shine Piano B8W168    47cn  2 1/2 yr old w/d set, fridge and  stove. 885-4703 48w  GE washer, 2 sp., 4 cycle. $250.  686-3714. tfn  Almond stove, Hotpoint $350.  White washer, dryer, Hotpoint  $600. pair as new. 685*311.48cn  CONVIRTINO  TO OAST  GE, Jenn-Air,  Magic Chaff.  caloric  GAS RANGES  cvravailoUear  MCHUT  Sunshine Coatt Hwy,  Socholt  885-5756  TltCK Wtct Mwu  F(MMUufie  SALE  689 Hwy. 101  GIBSONS  886-4718  Sklar-Peppler cheslerlield and  loveseat, contemporary blues/rose  tweed. As new Irom smokelree  home, $800.883-2899       46w  2 twin size box springs and mattresses. Clean, $75 ea. 886-3714.  tfn  Twin size box spring, mattress.  Excel cond. $150.8854599 47cn  18.Barter  and trade  350 Chev eng compression tested.  Swap lor cash or high performance  parts. 886-7227 TFN  1969 Buick GS California it's  match 350 Aulo, Nds bodywork  otherwise mint. Swap for best 4X4  valve $2000.886-7227       TFN  332 Harry Rd. Gibsons (Bonniebrook Heights) Sun. Nov. 22 -  10 am to 2pm only. 46cn  1517 Langdale Rd.  Sat, Nov. 2110-2  Japanese family moving sale.  Toys, clothes, elc. 46cn  1495 Johnson Rd.  Sal, Nov. 2110-2  Japanese family moving sale.  Toys, clothes, etc. No early birds!  46cn  Sunday, Nov. 22  1-2  817 Mln. View. Books, baby ilems,  household Hems. 46w  MOVING SALE  Sat., Nov. 21,10-4. Hide-a-bed,  chesterfield, bdrm dresser w/mir-  ror, twin bed w/matlress, stereo  console, occ. chair, 4 dr. chest, 6  dr. desk, plus misc. all good cond.  Ste. 101, Seaview Place, comer  CrucillHwy.101. 46w  TASTEBUD RECIPES  From our kitchen to yours. Five  economical, nutritious kid-tested  recipes. Pis. send $2 in a SASE  envelope to Box 1674, Gibsons.  ��46w  GREA1 DuY  Chesterfield, chair and loveseal,  recliner, kitchen table with chairs,  coffee table and dresser, patio set.  All in excellent shape. $600.886-  7323 48cn  Oak dining room suite, 6 chairs,  china cabinet. Beautiful condition  $2000.866-7323 48cn  USED FURNITURE FOR SALE  Items reduced by 10 % eveiy 14  days. Dishwasher $225; overhead  range (gas) $395; kitchen fable  and 4 chairs $100 and $40; couch  $65; couch, chair, ottoman $250  set; rectangular coffee table and 2  end tables $125 set; various sitting  chairs $45 and up; teak wall unit  $225;5dmwerdesk$125:maflg��|_  typewriter with table $60; queen  size waletbed compiele $125; bedroom dresser $50; cast iron bar  stools $45 each, set of 6. On display at 1023 Venture Way Gibsons. Call Jack 666-0225 (days)  CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME  46w  French Provincial dining room  suite, 6 chairs, buffet, new cond.  $1900.885-7616 46cn  Sleel tubular bunk beds, c/w  malching 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 beautiful, complete sacrifice, $3,000.  Leave message at 885-7827.I47W  Bailis Rock Maple end table with  drawer, $275 OBO. 685-0966.  I47W  Large traditional walnut d/r suite  $1500. Round mahogany coffee  table $100.8860234      46cn  Walnut and leather chairs, $20 S  $30 ea. Mirrored narawood  wardrobe, $200; chest '0' drawers,  $60; mirrored marble hallstand,  $100 8666029. *46W  21.For Sale  US Blind Hemmer industrial  sewing machine $1000 O.B.O.  885-7537 48w  200 m lens 80-210 Tamron 885-  4447 at Pholoworks $150    48w  Yamaha PSR-18 electronic keyboard c/w adaptor and stand. As  new $250. Solid Mahogany window door 80'x32'x1 3/4' c/w  hinges and entry lock set. Exc.  cond. $100. Stationary exercise  bike $30. After 5 pm. 866-9711  46w  Utility Shelving  Made of pine  64,Hx31,Wx12,rJeep. 665-3655  40*  __g_,  SUNCO  BUItDINO  inwiMiini  idow* / lighting  Doori /Window* / Lighting  Plumbing / Kitchen & Bathroom  Fixture* tic...  MSiTOtaWSTOttOIICAU  ������s-saav  5653 Wharf Rd., SaacMl  RECYCLE S SAVE  Casio 460 keyboard/465 tone  bank, mint condJAC adapter $250.  Utility trailer box 4'x7'x18', 8'  wheels $225.1 maiine toilet while  $25. 1 RV toilet gold $25. 885-  0277 46oi  Singer sewing machine $75. Exercise bike $100.3 spd bicycle $90.  685-4059 48w  Sega system, good conrjton $200.  863-2602 47w  ���      , Loast News, November I fa, I Wl  1/  Take Advantage ofot*r Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  visa     Seche)t offices  Dining room table 4 chairs, wood  burning lurnace. mienor door and  Irame, Molds, lixtures and more.  Best otters 88S-M73 eves  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  Try 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.  Children's picnic table $23. Cedar  wheelbarrow planters $8 and $16.  685X3265 ss  2 new BF Gcodnch, low profile TA  racWs. Pt2 S60 R14 $150, with 4  boll mags $185 886-9372    47w  Honda pressure washer. 3,000 pa.  100 yd. hose, 3 tips. Like new.  $1500. Propane conv. for p/u  truck, complete $600 865-8969  47cn  Technics speakers $l50/pr. Sherwood amp $100. Slereo cabinet  $75 6860066 47cn  Queen sire waterbed w/padded  bookshelf headboard, 6 drawers.  885-5456 47cn  2 Stanley garage door openers  $200. 2 yr old gas h/w tank $50.  Portable d/w $50.866-3271  ���47cn  Pioneer P62 chainsaw, excel,  cond.    $450,   Hitachi   HD  pinter/planer. Oilers 885-5846  M7cn  SKIS 1969 ELAN  895 FAS  190 cm includes  Solomon 547 binding all excel.  cond. $100060. John 885-2319  I47cn  TOPSOIL  Sand, gravel, mi, reasonable rales.  Doug 885-5070 47cn  2 Michelin stud radiais 205-15  XM.S tubeless/rims. $15 OPR.  686-7575 46w  Troy built rototiller horse mod. New  5.5 hp Honda motor $800. Pioneer  chainsaw mod P41, 28' blade  $300. Cement mixer elec. motot  $175.685-2285 46w  ROVAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES  at competitive prices.  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  885*2171  Open 7 days a week  Ajay 'Power Row' like new $125.  6857136 48w  Snow Tires (2) radiais steel belted. P19&75R14 on Pontiac rims  $7(Veach. 685-9553 48w  JACK AND JILL  PRESCHOOL  Christmas Ham Sale. Top quality  dinnet hams $9/kg avg. sz. 2.5/kg.  Deadline Nov. 30. Call Ashley 886-  0202 47w  Hansen Weather Port insulated  vinyl ouanset hut, 15x30'x9'. Use  as workshop, hangar, or to live in.  Easily transportable, $3500. 866-  7615. 48w  CHICHAKO RANCH  Gourmet honeys, vinegars, and  jellies make gieat gifts - house-  warming, birthday, Christmas  for yoursell.  686-7859  4601  Fisher slove CSA approved. $200.  886-3460. 47ws  New 266 IPC computer IBM comp.  with monitor, printer, $600 OBO.  685-4602. I46W  Enviro fire pellet stove. New.  $1600 OBO. 666-9256. SS  Cash paid lor anything old - tin ad  signs, pocket watches, old clocks  (woiking or not), jewellery, furniture, etc. 686-3905. 46cn  Fisher brick-lined l/place insert.  Excel, cond. $200 OBO. Phone  885-7719,6-3 pm. 48cn  Newer 18 cu. freezer $175. Built-in  dishwasher $125. Humidifier $60.  French doors with side lights $150.  Sliding patio doors. Arthur 886-  7200. 4801  Fresh Salmon $.60 lbs. Phone  Tim, 885-4818 47w  Mixed seasoned lirewood  $90/cord. Split and delivered. Also  dry kirxiing. 883-9382        47w  Pfaff - Tipmatic 1037, sewing  machine, 46 programs, extra  attatf merits, even feed, pin tuck,  single hole plate. Excellent condition $300. Phone evenings 885-  2663 _*  Fisher airtight insert, $350 O.B.O.  886-2757 eves. 47w  Firewood for sale. $95 per cord.  Call Kreg 866-2236 46w  RR BEANS  and rough lumber. 883-2663 after  6pm 46w  Four aluminum BMW 735 wheel  tims, never used. Yamaha 650,  Twins motorcycle engine. Needs  some work. $100.883-2512 46cn  Girl's skates, az. 13, like new, $30.  Wood lathe on cast iron stand, all  cutting tools and bowl attach incl.,  $250,886-3700. ��47W  Boy's car-bed tor sale, new. 886-  6825 att. 5pm. ��47W  Infant car seat, baby cradle. 686-  3554. 147W  Pecan dining table, 6 chars, $900;  stainless sink, 20' si., single lever  laucet and hose, $40; alum, extension ladder, 20', $35; treadmill,  $100,886-2438. I47W  j ������������������������ *~z  ��� HeMoomDkm��adUn*>>  4> 1 exquisite rourad brilliant o>  ��� dlanrtond. .47 cB. with 2 ���  ���maiquta. 12 carat diamond.*  ��� on either Ude. Appraalied al*  ��� J4600 - Aaklng J4OO0 obo.*  ��� aas-7i36 ���  �����>������������������������������  'Beautiful 8X10' hand-carved oriental area carpet $950; Jinny Lind  baby crib and mattress $75; baby  stroller $40; musical mobile crib  toy $20; New 30' bi-lold lowered  door $50; 2 sets Downhill skis,  poles and boots, size 8-9, excellent cond. $60 each sel. 885-0676  or 685-4660 46cn  Large F/P insert $250 - 2 display  boards 4X8 steel frame and legs  $20 each. 685-4422 46w  Press and crusher for wine making  683-2353 46cn  Rockwell Beaver 36', motor, metal  stand and 5 new knives, $350. '80  Citation, 46,000 miles, $1500.  Good running cond. 888740946cn  Lades' emerald and diamond ring;  1 sapphire and diamond ring,  recently appraised. 686-7896.  f47W  Hercus screw cutting lathe 11'  swing, 30' centres. Quick change  gearbox and more, $4,000.885-  0744. #47W  Singer cabinet sewing machine,  like new, $125 OBO. Temp, service pole (electric), $95 complete.  883-1137. M7W  Video cam-corder Pentax, 8 mm  comp. with accessories, one and  two hour batteries, new $2100,  asking $850.685-2686 eves.��47W  Two Knaack tool boxes, Makita  10' cut-off saw; Makita 10' table  saw; air compressor, 1 1/2 HP;  Senco nailer. 665-7827 leave message. WW  1973 GMC camper special for  parts, $500 or offers; Nintendo,  $75; games, $25; red fridge, $50  Ot oilers. 8853676.       #47W  Tandem al steel trailer, 6x12, elec.  brakes. $1200 OBO. 8664770.  M7W  Firewood. 8 to 12' pieces, seasoned. $45 pickup Iced, delivered  Gibsons 866-7774 ��46W  Quality evergreen hedging, reasonably priced. Free Sunshine  Coast delivery. l-263-5054.#46W  LEE FOREST PRODUCTS  High quality seasoned alder firewood, $95fcord plus delivery. 685-  4814, cellular 1-250-2665.S46W  Lazyboy chair, nice shape $100  Full head mount black bear skin. 8  HP Sears roto-tiller, moose rack,  large 895-4839 46cn  Suede jacket, large size. New,  $250 O.B.O. Garetex winter jacket,  paid $500, sell $200 O.B.O. Jeff  685-9600. 4601  Remote control airplane and helicopters compiele with radios,  accessories. 865-3374  46cn  1960 Chev Citation V6 std., 1960  Chev Citation 4 cyl. aulo., wrecking 1960 Chev Citation V6 auto. 2  dr., 4 tres on wheels to Dt Datsun  p/up, 4 ties on wheels to fit Datsun 210 sedan, 305 Chev V8,  Fibreglass canopy for small truck,  12' alum, boal needs some work.  883 9671 eves. 46cn  Seamstress and home sewers -  tired ol limited selection? Natural  fibres, better synthetics, hundreds  ol fabrics to choose from in your  own home. Service and quality  guaranteed. Gina 885-0996. ��46w  Waterbed and chest ol drawers,  $150; standard sz. bathtub, bone,  $50; Bundy clarinet, $150. 686-  7395. ��46w  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 885-9969.    TFN  Super-6 or regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod and light, $125.896-9420.  TFN  GOOD HAY  Sa.OuTBala Dalivarad  Sbaw$5.00fbale  Call Between 12-1pm  W5-9357  TFN  Sewer redding machine on trailer 3  hp engine, 6 bits up to 10'. Excellenl condilion. $450 885-9066.  SS  Airco Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 8856276 SS  Grow Great garlic. Get ready for  tail planting of large organic garlic.  One pack 20 cloves. ($5.00) incl  postage (planting Instructions.  Send to Organic Creek Farm,  RR#2, S20, C-14, Gibsons, BC,  V0N1V0. TFNs  USED RAILWAY TIES tor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 686-3204. ss  Parker ��� Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Martin 444s Winchester,  Queen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5467. ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, lighl weight, ergonomlc  design grip bell, $650 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  864-5240  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES SLUMBER, any  size. Will cuslom cut. 865-5669  01885-5601. TFN  1977 JD 410 backhoe, good working condition, $10,600 OBO. 886-  7372 or 885-5730. ss  955 CAT loader $10,000 685-2503  1988 Z24 Silver black V6,5 speed,  digital dash, am/fm, air, cruise, tilt  wheel, fact mags, $7795 economical performer. Days 866-2700,  evening. 686-2615 Ken      46w  1991 Dodge Colt auto, 40,000  kms. Still under warranty. Extras,  assume lease, 24 months. 685-  7940 48w  1961 powder blue Escort, good  condition, new exhaust, needs  new clutch. 8856041 48w  1977 Pontiac trans, am 400, 4  spd., great shape. 885-5954 48w  1980 Pontiac Lamans, good condition $1200 O.B.O. 865-7033 48w  1976 Dodge Voiare station wagon,  very good condition $1200. Will  consider trade lor truck. 863-1188  47w  ���86 Skoda 4 dr. 4 spd. Roof rack,  radio/cassette. Needs muffler.  $750,686-9516. 48cn  87 Camaro, T-roof, 5 sp., power,  low kilomelres. $6250.87 Toyola  4x4 SR5 X-cab, 5 sp., $9600.78  Corvette T-tops, like new, $400.  48cn  '77 Dodge Aspen 4 dr. sn. V-6  aulo, runs etc., dean. $350. 686-  7227. tfn  1967 red Chev Spnnt. Excel, cond.  $1900 080.885-7930.      48on  1961 Datsun 210, 5 spd hatchback Good running cond. $1100.  885-1976 eves, or leave message.  ss  1967 Chevetle 250 st.6 auto, great  cond. $1700.866-7659      47w  1962 Mercury Zephyr. Very reliable 6 cyl, auto, $795 866-9372  ss  1962 tessan Sentra Mbk/sunroof/4  spd. $1200 O.B.O 8803735 47w  1960 VW Rabbit, Diesel rebuilt  engine $1600 O.B.O. 885-3331 or  885-1951 after 5 pm 47w  Classic 1976 Pontiac Firebird. One  owner. VB auto, new tires $700.  8686705 47cn  '85 Tunsmo 2.2L, 5 sp. $1195.  8686034 47cn  1991 Mazda 323, 5 spd., 27,000  kms, am/lm cassette. $6900. 886-  3250 47cn  76 Trans Am, 400 big block, aulo.,  elec windows, $699 OBO. 886-  9500 anytime. tfn  76 Olds Delta 86, 350 auto,  loaded, new rear ores, exc. cond.  6889500 anytime. tin  Dune buggy, street legal, exc.  cond. inside and out, runs exc,  lots ol new parts, full top. One ol a  kind. $3200 060.886-7237 47cn  WT-BIRD  1986 Ford Thunderbird, p/b, p/s,  air, sunroof, low mileage, very  dean car. $5700 OBO. 886-0971  after 7 pm. tins  1967 Ambassador, 84,000 original  miles. Excel, cond., p/b, p/s. $500  OBO. 885-5597 4701  1960 Buick Century, excellent condition. $950 O.B.0.886-852646*  1960 Mustang, running condition,  needs work. $200.883-2952 46w  1987 Honda Accord 5 spd, air, 2nd  set of tires and rims. Great cond.  Fua-service records. $7969. 886-  2610 46w  1976 Buick Regal 2 dr coupe,  loaded, exc. cond. $2200. 886-  0118 46oi  79 Firebird, good rubber, needs  engine, $500.865-4643.    *46w  Wanted to buy ��� parts for 1983  Chevetle, 4 dr., also need 13 tires.  Phone after 5pm 886-9039.  M7W  1978 Ford Pinlo, aulo., new  brakes, $800.683-1118.   ��47W  '66 Hyundi Pony, 1 owner, $800  OBO; 71 VW van, 20,000 kms, on  rebuilt, $600.888-7972.    #47W  1986 Mercury 2 door sedan.  Excellent condition $5500. 883-  2512 46cn  Good Transportation. 1976 Buick  LeSabre, $850. 1979 Pontiac  Parisienne SW, $1200.885-9646  46w  1985 Renault Fuego, needs new  exhaust and brake lines. New low  profile front tires. Lots of new  parts. Only $500.886-0065 46cn  1969 Ford Escort LX 2 dr, 5 spd,  am/lm, a/c, 2 yr wan. 50,000 kms  $6700 O.B.O. 885-3226     46cn  1979 Olds Cutlass, all new running  gear, $3000.885-3374      46oi  I960 Citation LE 2 dr sdn, 4 cyl  std. Looks, runs excellent. PS, pb,  Rally package, new paint, 6 tires.  Priced right - $900.666-72274601  1981 Audi 5000, needs work, take  as is, offers? 886-3071       46w  1969 Jena Slalom, loaded, 50,000  kms., show rm. cond., $9500 OB  0.886-9522. 14701  '80 Malibu SW, 267 6cyl auto, ps,  pb, Hit, nice family car. New studded snows. $975 O.B.O. 686-7227  tfn  1983 Volvo 4 dr sedan, metallic  blue, sun-root, doth seats, alloy  wheels, lully loaded, 4 cyl. 5 sp.  $3250 886-8836 46W  Good selection used tires, wheels.  Chevetle. Honda Accord parts.  685-4004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 OBO 886-3646 ss  1974 Dalsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 866-7378 ss  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2833018887484.  ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Aulo Parts  M6-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  683-9234. ss  1960 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113.  ss  BODY REPAIRS  APARTS/PAINTINGl  Restoration ��� Private f  & Dealer Wholesale |  TOWING   ���  1985 Chev 3/4 ton 4x4. Everything  new or replaced. V8 auto. Pan  hubs dual ball Mint, no rust cr  bondo. Canopy and '77 10'  Camper, tridge. lurnace, stove,  oven, hyd. lacks. Exc. shape.  $8500 O.B.O. 886-9682      46*  1961 Bronco, rebuilt 302, quad  shocks, new can $5500.666-7854  46w  1975 Ford Pickup, camper special,  li  1178 Stewart Kd.  New N. Ref. type**  CmrttVlmrttt.Aniltt.lt  \jm CertihcolM  tor QinstftiQS  " SPARKLE  CAR CLEAN  886-0355  WASH & VACUUM  only* 14"  Plus: Engine Pressure wash  Waxing  Interior Shampoo  Aulo Detailing  622 Hough Rd. att Hwy 101  Gibsons  CONSIGNMENT,  WANTED  If you want your  vehicle told  Mike thrntM Im taM!  MIKE PlIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  564S  Wharf Rd.  Sethelt  885-4004  tl TRANS AM OTA  Blk an blk. 350 TR, 4 sp. auto, 4  wh. disc, air, tilt, cruise. Power-  locks, windows, seats, mirrors,  hatch. 76,000 kms., $12,500 OBO  or trade for 4X4. Call 886-0369  Chris. M7VV  1964 deluxe Sierra Olds. Loaded,  Ind. computer lor travel. Lots of  new parts, $5500 OBO. 885-4602.  Mew  16' Argo alum, work boat. Many  extras $13,000 OBO 866-2751  47cn  UCKUTMUME  SUMHSITD.  cipiiin llll Mrm  MCMMC    MNAMS  M A 8 �� C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  HD 3/4 ton. 360 VB, good shape   Wanied: ,t.t2 ��� Cuddy Cabin  $1500.866-9424 46cn    0.B. 885-4031 46w  1974 3/4 ton GMC, long box, 4000  miles on rebuilt 350 engine, 17 A  20 gal. tanks, gd. mud. snow tres.  Clean, garage stored. Price negotiable 683-9298. I46w  1985 Blazer 4X4. lull size, auto.,  trailer hitch. $5400 OBO. 665-  4778. ��46w  1979 Chev 3/4 ton PU w/canopy,  good running cond., $1500  OBO.885-9969 TFN  1979 E350 Ford van, $600 obo.  885-5717 TFN  40' berth available at Gibsons  Marina, Nov. 15 to March 31.  $450. Contact Dick Williams 866-  2766 46cn  26' F/G. diesel. cruiser, sale, economical, dependable, well insulated, holding tank, possible live-  aboard. Cruise 7 knots at 1 GPH.  Too many upgrades to list! Price  reduced lor quick sale $16,500.  6660065 46cn  Boat, motor and trailer: 15'  Islander, 55 HP Johnson, CAL  1966 RM125 exc. cond.. 10 hrs on  rebuilt. Comes wilh helmet and  chest protector. Only $1100.866-  0405 46cn  1965 CR250 good running condition. $1000, pair lox riding boots,  size 7. $40.865-5202.    M6W  136 Honda AspencarJe. exc. cond.,  garage kept. $5500.886-9595. es  1981 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculate 25.600 original K's,  $1250060.686-7376.       ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  OTlers 1366-8622 It  Full tilt 1990 Dodge van, V6  traile,<in Q006 "**���t3200' 8e5'  5400  46cn  auto, $8500.886-6301    1980 Chev 4 ton dump truck, 366 28 Thunderbird sailboat, 5 sails,  HP, 2 spd. rear end, 6-8 yd box, fully rigged. Needs TLC. Oilers.  $6500 firm. 8886550 eves,  ss 885-1924 46cn  Good 12 ft. aluminum boat $600 or  trade? 685-7167 ss  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 866-9025   ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for the  set, with covers, 866-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 885-1943.      ss  79 Ford 12 passenger van, V6  auto good cond. $3295 OBO. 886-  7520or886-211l. ss  1986 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $6700. 885-2836,865-7413  ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102.        ss  1981 Ford F250,4x4 wilh rock box  $5500.666-4599. ss  25.Campers  1966 Ford Taurus, am/fm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $7,495.  886-7520 or 886-2111. SS  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext., rebuilt engine A transmission. Priced to sell $3850 Call 886-  8510 alter 6:00 pm. ss  1971 LandRover - 88 complelely  rebuilt. Offers.. PTO Avail. 883-  2669. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellent condition, new dual exhausl, radial t/a  low prof le tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down for family size  car or 11 tt. camper. 865-9066.  ss  '77 Ventura, v-6 std. only 66,000  mi. Clean, new radiais, $750.685-  9553. ss  1965 Citation II, V6, 4 spd. Only  33,000km. $3200.885-9553. ss  77 Camaro, 39,000 org. miles.  White int. excellent. Rusty $950  OBO. 888-2111 ss  '66 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/in|,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  8887150. ss  24' 5th Wheel 1966 Scamper, fully  toaded, exc. cond. Musl sell. Asking $13,000. 666-4949 or 886-  2611 (days). 48cn  83 Travetaire 20' 5th Wheel, 886-  8836. 48w  27' Vanguard Travel Trlr. Very  good cond. $7000.885-5444 ss  19 ft. travel trailer, Vanguard, twin  axle, fully contained, sleeps 4,  $5500.885-4602. I48W  Hunter's special. 8' camper  w'jacks. $600.885-0737   46w  1975 GMC camper van. Good  tres, 6 cyl. auto. $1000 OBO. 883-  9979 ss  1976 Dodge camperized van,  auto, p/s,p/b, cruise, rear bed, cupboards, icebox, sink, $1,500.316  eng. 886-2512 ss  198120' double Eagle hardtop 200  HP Volvo 260 leg, (H-6), Gibsons  Marina, $17,500.886-2694.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-2O3O40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort. 883-2456.    TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  12 It. aluminum boat $600, 885-  7167. ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  fast and in top condition, surveyed  value $6500, otters S trades considered. 886-2738. ss  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust man-  Hold, $3500.686-3457.       ss  Sell-contained suite wanted for  single, prolessional woman, n/s,  n/pets. Lower Gibsons area.  Phone 686-2622 {leave message)  TFN  Hobby larm or house on acreage,  minimum 4 bdrms, large kitchen,  wood heat, pels allowed, basement prelerred. Rels. avail. Phone  685-9611 48w  Prolessional person needs small  house in Halfmoon Bay - Roberts  Creek area. 865-9306.     48cn  2 to 3 bedroom house Roberts  Creek to Langdale, lor Jan. 1.865-  6395. 48cn  2+ bdrm. house in Cedar Grove  area lor Nov. 29.485-5075.M7W  Cottage or house with studio  space. Willing lo maintain grounds,  etc. 885-9691 lv. mess.  H47YY  West Sechelt waterlront very private 4 bdrm, 4 bath, 2 fireplaces, 4  appliances, avail Dec. 1.  S950/mth, days. 686-2700  evenings. 686-2615 48w  Large 2 bdrm suite, lower Gibsons.  Laundry and parking. Avail. Nov.  20. $500/mth. 734-0323 leave  48*  Saab18 hp diesel as new, shaft,  prop, extras. $3500. Volvo Penta  MD 21A, 4 cyl. diesel, used.  $1000.686-2024. 48cn  Perfect winter project! Completed  mold/plans -16 It. row boal to be  built with cedar strips. Finished  boat can be seen, $250. 685-  7227. #47W  Aluminum cartopper 12' - $400.  Rowboat 12' - PIY $75. Pram  dinghy 8 - $50. Bombard inflatable  12' with 15 hp outboard, $2000.  Hydrofoil, Russian built, 28' -  $10,000.8888029 47cn  BRAND NEW 14x71  $33,900 FP  DLX. home FOB factory.  Must have own location.  597-3322 tfn  NEW MANAGEMENT  Sunshine Coasl Mobile Home  Park is now under new ownership  and management. We still have 5  sites available lor new homes.  Show homes available for viewing.  Contact tr. #106,886-2597, 597-  3322 TFN  Great starter home, 12x66 - 3 bedroom mobile home with 12'x16'  addition, completely set up In  S.C.M.H.P. Asking price $24,500.  Phone Larry 686-2442 or 886-  8075 tor viewing. H45W  28.Motorcycles  1990 CR80, mint cond.  683-2602  $1650.  47w  1983 Honda 600R. Many new  parts. Good cond. $1550. 883-  2557. 46w  Deluxe 2 bdrm mobile home  ensuite and walk-in closet in master bdrm. Large kitchen and living  room, skylights, ceiling fans, large  sundeckandstorageshed.NeSto '* |  school. 16-5575 Mason Rd.  W.Secheil $750/mth. 267-7987  40*  2 bdrm house, lower Gibsons  view, w/d. $70O/mth. 868322248*  Bright, dean, 3 bdrm house upper  Gibsons, 1 1/2 bath, f/p, laundry.  South facing deck. Partial vie*.  $650fhith. 277-6205 48*  Sechelt: super, new, adult oriented  townhouse avail., now until summer, no pets 2 bdrms. $650/mth  Roberts Creek: 2 bdrm mobile  home In adull oriented park, no  pets. $650Mh.  Redrooffs: 2 bdrm 1 1/2 baths,  enclosed garage, available now  until summer $675/mth  Sechelt: 1/2 duplex, 2 bdrm, 4  appliances immediate pssession  $750/mth  Sechelt: 2 bdrm almost new home  in village avail. Dec. 1, SBOO/rntti  CENTURY WEST REALTY  185-2235  New 3 bdrms, family rm, 2 baths,  Gibsons $895/mth. 926-3495 48w  1981 Ford Ft 50 pickup/canopy  $3000.683-2746 48w  Are you ready for winter? Buy my  1962 Toyota Land Cruiser diesel  and you'll be ready for anything.  885-4699 days. 865-2833 nights.  48*  1986 Nissan Pathfinder SE  loaded, new lires, 2 dr., 5 spd.,  $14,900,885-7679 48*  1980 GMC Heavy 1/2 with canopy,  runs well. Phone 885-5173. 48cn  1975 Ford 150. White, 5 mags,  good running condition. $400  OBO. 885-9600. 46*  74 Westlalia. Fully camperized,  1600 cc. $2000 lirm. 886-7521.  4801  81 Toyola 4x4, bright yellow, 4 sp.  Completely rebuilt pwr. train, brand  new clutch, tires, brakes, etc.  Many accessories. Asking $4300.  Pat 886-4886. 48cn  '80 GMC p/u with canopy. $2600  OBO. 886-7106 alter 5 pm  47cn  '87 S/S 2WD Jimmy, excellent  conctttcri. Asking $6595.886-7800  4701  FOR ONE WEEK  l .  up to 10 word*  IS cunts for ���ach  ditlonal word.  Frooi Lett,  Pound * Pruu  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  Sm Self ClaeiHlode  $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 classified deadline * Noi available tor commercial adveriilws  Coast News  CLASSIFIER DEADLINES:  Monday Iditlen  NOON FRIDAY  Giabsom 886-2622  Weukonder  NOON TUMDAY  Sadwlt 885-3930 18  Coast News, November 16, 1992  Take Advantage of oar New Classified Ad Special Coast News (Monday)  Ran yoar classified ad 6 times,   ^p c,as nSoh Friday  avid pay for only 2 times.' agj Sect?eu offices  Roberts Creek 1 oarm osmt ste,  suitable lor one person Beach  access, very quiet location. Pets  ok $425 rel. util. 686-9866. 48w  Lg rm tor rent. Cozy home. Gibsons. Use ol kitchen and hot tub.  $385 Incl. utii Ideal lor student or  const, worker 866-37.'9      48*  Lower Gibsons, view, walk lo  beach, shops. Small 2 bdrm. separate workshop. Furnished or not.  $600 . deposit 886-3400 or 886-  8748 and leave message.    48*  Gibsons. Cozy 3 bedroom, washer, dryer, carport, furnished or  unfurnished $800/monlh. 886-  7557. Avail. Dec. I. Centrally  located 48cn  Cozy 2 bedroom house across  Irom marina in Gibsons. Pnvate  yard, wood stove. Dec. i possession $675/month plus damage  deposit 886-4668. 48cn  Spacious 2 bedroom townhouse.  1-1/2 balhs. garage, excel location, Gibsons $700/month Call  886-3764 or 435-6426.        4801  3 bedroom. 2 level house. 30x15  workshop. Madeira Park.  $62!Vmorith. 674-2213.      48cn  1 bedroom suite. Dec. 15. Selma  Park. $600/month. 665-7719. 6-6  pm. 48cn  2 bedroom lurnished view condo,  Secret Cove. $650/month plus utilites. No pets. Avail. mid-Nov. 885-  7882. 48cn  2 bdrm, 1 1/2 baths, l/p, deck with  wonderful view of harbour $725  indusive. 2 bdrm spectacular view  $650, Arthur. 865-9859       47w  Gibsons housekeeping rooms,  shared washroom, $200, 350.  Arthur 885-9659   ' 47w  Large 3 bdrm duplex. Lower Gibsons, view, no pets, rels.  SSOO/mth. 8883225 47*  Grantham's Beach Cabin short  ! r"f|im rental $20O/week. Util incl.  Roberts Creek. 4 bdrm. 2 bth,  waiertront home. Non-smokers  orty. $850/rno. 435-1696    47cn  inlet view, nicety decorated large 2  bedroom end suite at Jolly Roger,  parking, wood stove, lumished,  $600 per month 863-1137 MTW  West Sechelt. 2 bdrm suite. 1150  sq It. and hydro, cable. Indge and  slove. W/D, no pets. N/S. N'D,  S70O/mo 685.3277 MTW  Gibsons. 3 bdrm townhouse. rets  required, suitable lor professional  couple. No pets Children wel-  come. $750/mo. 8688841   47cn  2 BR lum watertront cottage,  wood and oil heal. Avail, to May  31 $600/mo ind cable. 686-3273  01438-3843 4701  Roberts Creek, t bdrm house,  lovely acreage location. Asking  $700 2985215 4701  OCEANVIEW  3 bdrm house with access to good  beach, just across the street.  $7507rno lo resp. lamily who will  care tor lge yard and garden. 5412  Lawson Rd. (Hwy 101) W. Sechelt.  I-299-3776 47w  Accommodation to share in view  home, lower Gibsons. $360  includes monthly rent, phone, utilities, garden space, use ol washer/dryer. 866-9097 47cn  Bright, spacious new 1 BR ground  level. 1 mi. to ferry, view, private  entry, parking. $550 util. induded.  8880026 47cn  Gibsons -1 brm suite, gorgeous  view, $375/mo. ��� ulils. 886-0156,  351-0540.  M8W  New spacious i uunn. noma close  to mall. No pets, $875.886-2454.  M8W  Gibsons. Shared accom. Pratt and  Rosamund area. 3 bdrm house,  util. inc. $395. Phone 686-2512  after 4:30 pm 47cn  Gibsons. Avail, immed. very clean,  comfortable 2 bdrm suite dose to  all facilities. 596-1669, weekends  8687477 4701  Roberts Creek, small house, non-  smokers only. Dec. 15 $650/mo.  6689679 4701  2 BR home. Roberts Creek.  $675,month 886-3714 Hn  ���rbjtsc���  MANAGEMENT  Tefffes  Don Sutherland  3 BDRM Ranctvaa, Like Now.  O'Shoo FID. Rota. SBBCVmo  2 BDRM Odor *Choraclor*  Homo. Pnvate Watertront,  FnmaJin Rd Rota $875/mo  886-8107  Suitable fot single person due to  Gibsons. Beautiful view, dean, 1  size, 400 sq.tt. 886-9238     47w    bdrm suite. Gourmet kitchen, walk -  Sandy Hook, 2 bdrm pte-fab bungalow. Lg. porch, 4 appl, may  allow pet. Avail Dec. i $700/mth ���  deposit. Call coiled Judy 1-485-  0017 47w  in doeet, clean carpets, $525/mo.  886-0078 4701  Semi-waterfront, 1200 sq. 11.  rancher, Sechelt area. $900/  month. 885-4490 4701  Shared accommodation, washer/  dryer, pnvate entrance, n/s Quiet  home. Redroolls area. $350/  month indusive 685-7636  4701  BE THE FIRST  Gibsons. New 3 bdrm, 2 bth, s/s  duplex. Spacious and sunny, quiet,  central location. Garage, deck,  kitchen w/nook and d/w. 8688859  eve. 47cn  GIBSONS. BRAND NEW VIEW  APARTMENT  2 bdrms, blinds throughout, 3  appis., storage, laundry facilities.  parking. CENTRAL YET OUIET  LOCATION. $630/month. 685-  5659 47cn  Lower Gibsons - beautiful 1 bdrm.  view apts Quiet, new, secure, nice  dientelle. Blinds, carpets, laundry,  $590,686-3420. I50W  Waterlront off Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons. Secluded 1 bdrm. garden  suite with large Ivg. rm., FP,  kitch./lam. room, all rooms lacing  ocean, $695.886-7002.    M8W  WATERFRONT  3 bdrm. watertront home plus 1  bdrm. in-law suite. Seduded landscaped gardens, $t650/mo. 886-  7002. I48W  WRITER'S INSPIRATION  3 bdrm. watertront off Gower PI.  Rd. Gibsons. Main lloor of house  in secluded landscaped garden.  Lvg. mi., Dng. rm., kit., fam. rm.  and mttr. bdrm. all lacing the  c**ean,$995/r*C.8887002.M7VV  Free Cable, Heat and Light  Brand new, bright, spacious 1  bdrm. bsmt. suite. Avail. Nov. 15.  Ocean view, 2 mln. walk to beech.  Private entrance, $650.666-4950.  ���47VV  ADULT ORIENTED  Townhouse  New, view. 2 bdrm., 2 balh. 6 mo.  lease, rets Jm Munro 896-2277.         a*47W  Langdale: Commuters, panoramic  view detached bach cottage, laundry facil.. walk to lerry, adult oriented. $6001 uN. Avail immed. 886-  0990 46*  2 bdtm mam lloor. Lower Gibsons.  Clean, spadous. yard, deck and  l/p, drapes, iiut trees, creek, available immediately/Nov. 15.  $595/mth 8888526 46*  2 bdrm main Door with view Newly  decorated and carpeted, across  Gibsons Manna. Responsible n/s.  $625. View Sal. 1-3 pm 456  Gower Port RoatJ. 1-88043111  4601  New cosy 1 bdrm house, fireplace,  tr/stve., 2 blks trom Ferry. Avail.  Dec. 1, $750 a month 8882533 or  6887996 46cn  Avail, immediately: village 3 bdrm  house, n/s. rVp, $850.885-7730  46cn  2 bdrm mobile. Available Nov 1.  663-956901572-3599       46cn  Sechelt/Redrooffs: 2 bdrm home,  easy care private lot. Wood, airtight, range, fridge, $750/mth. 885-  7166 eves. 46cn  2 bdrm apt., central Gibsons $525,  2 bdrm house, lower Gibsons,  avail. Dec. 1, $650,1 bdrm apt.  Central Gibsons, $495 heat ind., 3  bdrm house Central Gibsons, near  new $675. 2 bdim trailer Comeau  Park, $600.6883330. Grant Realty  TFN  Gibsons: Newly renovated 3 bdrm  suite. Private home $650/mlh 1/2  util. 6864686 or 960-2739  46cn  2. bdrm n/marina, p/view, for 1  Dec. $625.886-7400 46cn  Gibsons: room lor rent, n/s, no  pets, Reed Rd. $300/mth. Nov. 1  8680363. Aak for Greg.      46w  Gibsons: 3 bdrm watertront apt.  $610/mth 525-1569 46cn  Lower Gibsons: Magnificent view,  bright, 2 bdrm home, close to  ocean and town centra. $696/mth.  987-4767 alt. 6 pm 4601  To share, 3 level townhouse, walking distance to Sechelt, $350/mo.,  NS.avail. Nov. 1.865-3970 46cn  2 plus bdrm house. Madeira Park.  $50Qrmo. 5344184 or 688-2065.  ���46*  3 bdrm. view duplex. $6uO/mo., 2  bdrm. duplex, $500 plus utils,  phonean.6pm.432.ge7g. .46,  Gibsons - 2 bdrm. apt., $550/mo.  866-7016 t46w  2 bdrm waiertront home, fireplace,  sundeck, view, all appis., avail.  Nov. 1 $75tVmtri Call 734-5880   46cn  New deluxe spacious 3 bdrm.  home near malls, private selling,  no pets, $925/mo 8B6-2454.M6*  3 bdrm. lum. oceantront condominium, all appis.. fireplace. Adull  complex. Avail. 10 months ol the  year. $950/mo. Call Andrea 685-  4111. t46W  Gibsons - 3 bdrm. lamily room,  1000 sq. fl. plus, 3 appl., 1 1/2  baths, upper Gibsons, avail. Ocl.  t, $650/mo. plus utils. S.C.M.H.  Park. 6889826. TFN  Shared Accommodation In my  heme, short term or long term.  Weal lor mill student Close to  terry, N/S, no pete, available  Dec. or Jan. North Rd., Means.  $350m��o.t��-��0��5.       TFNs  IndusJnal woikshop avail, immediately. Gibsons, 750 sq. ft. unit,  $475rmo. 921-6751. (480  3 private offices. New building  $195-$25(Vmtfi Receptionist avail.  Don Sutherland. Pebbles 886-  8107 TFN  Cixraroraal/oftice space lor lease.  1000 sq.tt. comer unit, excellent  exposure, prime location - Kem's  Plaza. Contact Walter or Beryl  1166-8866   TFN  Commercial warehouse space,  new building, Hwy 101 5 Hough  Rd. Gibeons. Immediate occupancy. 885-6716. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7615. TFN  RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  600-1300 sq tt. S300-S1100  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons.  Lome, 1 -733-9683 or Mane, 686-  7018 TFN  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental of property.  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condilion ol rental would be In  violation of the Family Status  and the Human Rights Ads. The  landlord who places lhe adver-  Usement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  In contravention of the legislation and couW have a complaint  filed against Ihem. The Coast  News will therefore not accept  such discriminatory ads.  Capilano Colleoa  Sechell Carnput  Receptionist 1  (temporary part-time)  Operation of the College switchboard and reception centie in  Sechelt, to ensure that calls and  enquiries are answered or directed  accurately and to provide information flow between faculty, students,  staff and the public. Typing and  dericalwork.  Qualification!: Skill in typing at  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  A Coordinator Is needed  for a 'Community Kitchen" project in Gibsons.  This is an exciting end  challenging position lor  someone who loves  people and cooking.  Drivers are needed lor  the Sechelt aree to  Irenaport people to  medical appointments  locally A to Vancouver.  Expenses will bo  reimbursed.  Community Services is  holding a Gala Dinner and  Dance Nov. 28 and needs  your help with  decoretlons, set-up,  auction and clean up.  Lots ol lunl  II you love animals and  have a few hours to  spsre, the SPCA needs  youi Shifts are between 2  ��� 4 pm dally.  FOR THESE* MORE  OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION CENTRE  AT  885-5881  A Sorvico (undad by Tho  Ministry of Social Services  TWO CHEAP, YOUNG MEN  Pairing, stucco, fencing and gardening. Vou name it, we do it.  FASTER, HARDER, LONGER.  CallGamnnow8688089. S47W  C��F TREE SERVICES  Falling, topping, dangerous tree  removal, lol clearing. Fully insured.  Free estimates 685-5697    50cn  ALLEY'S PAINTING  Interior/exterior. Free in-house  estimates. 12 yrs. experience.  865-2642 Robert 47cn  'rfk.  e^r-r,i  HOfCVMAN CONSTIUCTION  Nm I Iran, (amanaxttoti  Rrnoa-ttiiata      - [.raavn  SSMS40 ^SaaJaah  Experienced house sitter avail,  now till spring. Good refs. 885-  5356 days. 47cn  fW'-.-VW*^  oaaSfpenmaj a Repairs  lo all cufltfatj tools IncliMMni  , .iMltlarrtp  ___________?:  SUBWAY  Well soon be opening in Gibsons  and we're looking lor bright, cheerful, people-oriented members for  our team. Full-time and part-time  day and night shifts. Leave  resumes or pick-up applications at  our location in Sunnycrest Mall.  Interview will be arranged. 46w  rm/board. Will train. Call 1-504-  648-4500 Ext. C305.24 hrs. 46cn  CRUISE SHIP JOBS!  50 wpm, some switchboard and Earn $300/900 weekly. Year round  reception experience. posilions. Hiring men/wemen. Free  Appointment: ASAP - May 30,  1993  Hours: As and when required et Home Support Workers ��� Pender  $14.37/hr. Apply by resume or to*"" <"*����� *��� ere looking for  application form available at: Pecf* *lth a mature attitude *ho  Sechetl Can** 56271*. Ave., JMl"*"*  aaitataa, aa�� wiftmm ,���,. uni������    ,_j_.      r _, ���'' "OmeS. We Offer llBKlblO  ed, air conditioning, elevator Sam ��' C>m�� Colls��8' 205B hours, support and training. You  service. All Inclusive rent Purr^l Way, North VancawrBC      V7J 3H5. Applications musl be  returned no later than November  20,1992. Please quote Competition M2475-C 4601  House painting, carpet and lino  laying, re-stretching, repairs. 865-  0191 4701  PETER'S REMODELLING  General home maintenance ��� car  potts ��� fencing - sundecks - additions etc. Boal maintenance and  island service. For more Info  please call 685-1981 or Pager  685-6111 49*  AC/DC Carpentry  Quality work, on time, 20 years  exper, renovation specialist. Reasonable rates, hourly or contract.  Free estimates. Al, 885-3411  46oi  TEREDO SQUARE - 3rd lloor  office, 363 square test Carpet-  $3367mo 1854466.  TFN  For lease/rent, 600 sq. ft. industrial  space, lower floor. 886-8204  Barry. 48w  - sonei Mann, Mid. nave a oil with  valid license. Experience In health  care or in woiking with the Orderly  is en asset. Phone 885-5144.  ���4601  HOMEOWNERS  HELPUNI  All Seasons Decking Material, free  estimates. Call Joe, 885-9235.  M9w  Mobile home, Roberts Creek, 2 Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall avail-  bdrm. no pals, $600/mo. Avail able. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  immed. 885-9640. #46*    2762 or 685-9663 51cn  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  281  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community 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  13,70 each additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Engines rebuilt Irom $995. 5  year 100,000 kms warranty.  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C. lor 27 years. Phone 7  days.8a.in..8p.m. (604)872-  0641.Toll-free Mon-Fri 1-800-  663-2521.  CANADA ENGINES LTD  ���ULTRASONIC BLIND  CLEANING* The fastest  growing Service Business of  the 90s, now in Canada. No  Competition, Low Overhead,  Excellent Profits. Manufactured in B.C. Details (604)  662-8332.  Quality Rebuilt Engines:cars,  CAREER OPPORTUNITIES  light trucks. 6 cylinder from  $995,6 cylinder from $1095.  5 year, 100,000 Km. Ltd. warranty. 7 Days -580-1050,1-  800-666-3570, 656-5626  evenings.  MANAGER SMALL GOLF  COURSE. Duties include day  lo day operations, financial  needs, computerized accounting, restaurant, managing staff. Falrvtew Mountain  Golf Club, Box 821 Oliver,  B.C.  Cummlngs Turbo'Diesel  4X4's, Explorers, Vena, 4-  Runners, Dakotas. starting  trom $189 month, 0 down  O.A.C. We deliver anywhere  in B.C. Brian or Don collect  1(604)585-3141.  Williams Lake Business  Equipment Is looking lor en  experienced copier technician. Toshiba training an as  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.  BUILOINO SUPPLIES  set. Company car supplied.  Fax resume Io604-396-7343,  Attention Art Rauschenberger  Phone:604-398-7349.  CASHINONTAXREFORMI  Leam Income Tax Prepara-  ttonbytxnesraondence. Earn  your certificate now. Also  enquire about exclusive Iran  DOORS! W1NDOWSI Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French doors, wood windows,  skylights. MOREI Call collect  toWALKER DOOR and WINDOW In  Vancouver at  (604)286-1101.  chures, no obligation, U 8 R  Tax Services, 205-1345  Pembins Hwy., Winnipeg, MB  R3T 286,1-800-665-5144.  EDUCATION  Train to be a *CRM* - Certi  BUSINESS FOR SALE  fied Apartment Manager.  Many jobs available. Over  2,000 graduates now working. Government licensed  home-study course. R.M.T.I.  681 -5456 or 1 -800-665-8339.  2,800 sq. ft Grocery store,  Youbou, Vancouver Island in  growing tourist area on lovely  lake. $250,000 plus stock.  Phone 745-3731. Fax 745-  3540.  FINANCE  BUSWESS OPPORTUNITIES  Government Grants 8 Loans.  Billons of dollars are made  available to new and existing  BC businesses. The Brad  Book can show you how lo  get your share. Call now  (604)753-0424.  Central B.C. 12 Unit Motel on  Yellowhead Highway. Includes 6 one Bedroom Kitchenettes and 1200 sq. ft. residence. For more information:  Call Allan at 604-565-5153.  FOR SALE MBC.  NEWI Catalogue loaded with  uncommon products ol British Columbia -many  handcrafted. Gifts, gourmet  foods, books, games, jewellery, leisure 8 craft products,  toys, art prints, Christmas &  greeting cards, art* toy kits,  soaps a personal care, designer candles, sculptures,  unique household items,  stoneware, novelties, much  morel Merchandise unconditionally guaranteed. Get your  copy nowl Only $3 (your 1st  order gets $5 discount).  Sergeant's Mercantile, PO  Box 2188, Vancouver, B.C.  V6B3V7.  $1��.���� TO REPAIR 5  windshield chips. Easy do II  yourself Bulaeye Repair Kit  Money back guarantee. For  free postage and GST send  this ad, return address and a  $19.99 cheque within Iwo  weeks to Three His Glaus  Lid., Box 1108, Three Hills,  AB, TOM 2A0 and we will  Hirtd you ycwairto windshield  repair kit.   COMPACT DISKS andCAS-  SETTESBYMAIL Forafree  catalogue ol FOLK, BLUES,  and WORLD MUSIC writeto:  BLACK SWAN RECORDS,  2936 West 4th Avenue, Van-  couver,WKti-B,Phona734.  2828,  RENT TO OWN 100% FINANCING AVAILABLE. All  types surplus construction  equipment. New tilt deck  equipment trailers in stock.  Call Inland Equipment Sales,  Penticton 493-6791.  HELPWAHTED  FASHION FORTUNE! Fun,  Freedom and a Fabulous 45%  profit can be yours by becoming an Independent Distributor sellng rjUAUTY LINGE-  RIE.CallMACHERIE, 1-800-  661-3305.  HELPWANTEO  Experienced Shingle Sawyers required for new mill in  Port Hardy. Excellent piece  work wage, long term secure  log supplies benefit package  available. Shushartie Log  Sales 949-6642.  Grapple Yerder Hooktenders  needed. Please contact  LeMare Lake Logging Ltd.  (Port McNeill) at (604) 956  3123.  OVERSEAS POSITIONS.  Hundreds ol top paying jobs,  el occupations free details.  Overseas Employment Services, Depl. CA, 1265 Uird  Blvd. Suite 208, Mount Royal  Quebec, H3P2T1.  HEALTH  ACADEMY FOR THE HEALING ARTStm. Easy to learn.  Natural Medicine 1st correspondence course. A practj-  cal step by step guide to the  use ofHomeopaltvc remedies  tor lamly first aid, accidents  A injuries. By Steve  Olsen.N.D. previous faculty:  Canadian College ol  Naturopathic Medicine. Reg-  istralion: Mon.-Thurs., 6-8 pm  463-2500,   MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Save thousands on dealer  mark-up. Well custom build  mobile homes to suit your  needs. Doubles, singles,  modulars. Phone for delails:  Noble Homes, Edmonton  (403)447-3414/447-2333.  PERSONAL  WANTED: WRITTEN STORIES from Men describing  troublesome women they  have known. Ex-wives,  friends of lovers. Serious Con-  lidential Rasesrch. LIFESTYLES. BOX 67, Cobble  HM, B.C., VOR 1L0.  PERSONAL  Foster homes very urgently needed on Ihe entire Coast lor children  ol ail ages. Please call Judy Walls,  Ministry of Social Services, 865-  7101 week days. *47W  Delivery person with vehicle lor p/t  work. Call 6383890 aft. 5pm.  #47W  Rapidly growing cleaning service  company requires building maintenance workers and experienced  housekeepers. Minimum 1 year  experience. Must be bondable.  References required. 8854457  4701  Local nursery requires immediately, reliable person for lull-time/part-  time work. Must be flexible as  hours vary. F/T Feb-June, P/T  July-Jan. Relail nursery exp. an  asset. Well-rounded knowledge in  Carpentry, Painting, Stone Masonry, General Home Repairs. 885-  9235 Jos. I49w  Pat's Disposal -1 ton Truck  Yard, house and garage clean-up,  construction and gyproc removal.  gardening a must. Must en|oy  m m ������-, ,vnmA, nt/m-  working with lhe public. Pis. send  tjon - reasonable and reliable; Iree  resume by Nov. 13 to RRI4 S-5 C-  66 Gibsons, BC VON 1V0 Attn:  David TFN ���  Experienced waiter/waitress part-  bme evenings, El Nino. 886-3691.   TFN  Musicians for Thursday night  entertainment. Contact Terry at the  Jolly Roger. TFN  estimates 885-2870  5lw  STOPIIISINGLE7SEARCH-  ING for someone spedal? Try  our Mall Order Dating Service! Reasonable lees, conlidenlial. For FREE details,  write: P.O. Box 2222  Kelowna, B.C. V7X 4K6.  OKANAGAN VALLEYGIRLS  - Karen, Sylvia and Tanya -  have excittng Personal Photos For Sale. Fordiscreetinfo,  write KAREN, Box 670-GB.  Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 7P4.  ADULTS ONLY PLEASEI  PT merchandiser required 24 hrs b^ cabaret is no* accepting  per weak. $7.75 to start plus car applications for waitresses. See  allowance. Apply to Box. '0',  Coast News Box 68 Sechett, BC,  V0N3A0 48*  Chris or Michelle.  TFN  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on both, write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C3J1.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  24 yeers. Cell collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  fees available. Injured in B.C.  only.    TRAVEL   COMING TO VANCOUVER?  Quality Inn Airport. We have  rates from $46.95 dally.  Weekly rales available. Restaurant, Bar. 1-800-663-  6715. Full Hotel Facilities.  Close lo Ferry/Airport.  WANTED TO BUY-REAL  ESTATE  PRIVATE INVESTOR wants  10-20 unit apartment In small  town, B.C. Cash down to vendor whoiscreative,motivated  and helps financing. Agents  OK: 853-8630.  Hillside Family Restaurant requires  1 cock, and 1 waitress. Apply wilh  resume between 3-5 pmonly.46cn  ���Driving Hits Delay-  Needed: live-in companion, semi-  retired or retired male or female for  active elderly lady. No housewoik.  Needs to cook and drive. Salary  negotiable. 883-9268 47*  Caretaker: 34 unit apt. buiding,  Central Gibsons requires on-site  mgt. Salary t accom. Apply c/o  Grant Realty 886-3330 or PO box  277 Gibsons.. TFN  Assemble light products from  home. Easy work ��� Excellenl pay!  We provide details ��� 24 hrs. (604)  623-2380. Ext IA74 4701  TOWARD PREVENTION  CO-LEADER  iCo^eaoer required to assist in presentations to secondary school  students on healthy relalionships  and prevention of family violence  Diet Magic, 30 lbs, 30 days,  $49.95. Bums tat, increases energy, suppresses appetite. Natural.  208332-7666 ext. 202       46cn  Casual relief req'd to work in Gibsons group home for 3 m/h  women. Day, night, and wkend  shifts involved. Exp desirable,  compassion, patience and valid  drivers license essential. For more  inio call S.Coty 886-3217   TFN  SPIC AND SPAN CLEANERS  'If you're not happy with the other  guy then consider giving us a try."  Wendy 866-2751 or Nicole 866-  3364 460,  Renovations, Improvements,  Repairs, Interior/Exterior. David  Reid. 8684642. I50W  Certified carpenter, all types of  work, 24 yrs. experience. Call  Peter 1-576-9251. #47W  SPOT-LESS PAINTING  a. WALLPAPERINO  PRESSURE WASHING  Quality Worttmanabip  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 664-5324 or  8882312 or 866-0436        TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out of  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service.  Fully insured. Commercial t residential. Relerences available.  FRED 6683526 TFN  Private home support and care  service. Companionship, shopping, laundry, outings, cooking and  nursing csre. 12 yrs. experience in  caring lor the elderly, competitive  rates. Try my service. I have lhat  special touch. Call Suzanne at  668-3474. ��46w  CABINETREE  Custom cabinets, hardwood, plywood and solid wood only,  and dating abuse. Qualifications  r3tr��*-lenced house cleaners, rates  Kitchens, bathrooms and all types  include knowledge of dynamics ol  "���B01"*-*- -*���* ���*"�� �� I*-���*-  ol cabinets and finishing. James  Call Sue lor your complete home  cleaning needs. 6854185   51cn  House cleaning and yard work,  reliable, rets avail. Firm estimate  given, not hourly. 886-7041 or  8888010 48w  Now is the time to dress up your  furniture lor Christmas. Call  Brighton's Fine Upholstery today.  685-4806 or 885-0231 48*  PROFESSIONAL PAINTING  12 years experience. Residential,  commercial, industrial. Solid rets.  Greg 8639625. 48cn  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADS  AnAdv**tfsirig*BestBuy*l  abuse, and skill in working with  groups of teens. This Is a temporary pin-time position from  November 1992 to May 1993 with  an average of 4 hours per weak.  Rexibility in sa-a*teduting is required.  For information telephone 885-  5681. Submit resume by November 13 ^Executive Director, Suv  B854165.  5101  CARPENTER  House construction, framing, linishing, decks, renovations, fencing. Greg 865-2610 50*  McCarthy (Journeymen cabinetmaker). 665-0261.  GUTTERS  CLEANED  "Leave it to us."  \ SENIORS DISCOUNT I  Call Nowl  885-0343  Free, no obligation retirement  planning consultation: RRSPs,  RRIFs, cash investments, children's accounts. Contact Carol  Oppett. Pro-Fund Distributors Ltd.   ���Jiiner*oas1Commui-^Sen*j*�� a y�� e>*pBilencs. 885-1926 leave Williams Renovation and Repair  Society, P.O. Box 1069, Sechelt, message or 732-3249. Eg 10.7% 20 yrs. expenence Call Steve aqt  B.C.VON3A0 #4601 4701    886-9783. I49W Coast Mrs Classifieds���:  Coast News, November 16, 1992  19  886-2622  885-3930  ismess &  ��� ine Services  FTee Estimates  Firm Prices  Servtn,y, the Coast  for 14 years.  Young giri seeks oftce position. 4  years expenence with Wontper-  tect. Bedford and Mct-oSoft Works  50 worn (deception and accounting-Mis. 866-4506. 48cn  SEBERRY SERVICES  Carpel cleaning, window washing.  gutter cleaning, odd jobs. Call  Richard. 885-9899 47*  Tutor - math and science. All levels. Call Kirsten 6850175   46*  CcrnpteieBoocat Services  Excavating ��� Backliting  Reta��ng Walls ��� Trenching  Landscape Constiuction  Dnanage  88W538  Sitter req'd kx 8 yr old boy in my  Hallmoon Bay home. Mon ��� Fri.  2:Xpm-12:X am. 885-3670  ���46W  Jack IM Prta-achool has openings lor 3 A 4 yr. olds To register.  866-2526. TFN  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, tree estimates,  Reterenoes available. 688-3463  liVHOMETOOFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� UHHMa-j  roWERFUl IRUCK COUNTED  EQUIPaBNI  asTPossamiFcsuirs  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks.  Hoots, foundations, exposed  aggregate 686-8095        TFNs  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Woik. Free eslimates. 865-2109.  TFN  Bitwise  COMPUTING  5EEOAlJZ___  ��� Computerized Accounting  ��� On-Site Servicing  ��� Software Installation  ..     885-4009  Handknanto the rescue  Yatd work, haul away junk, chop  wood, clean gutters, SR's Discount. Doug. 885-5070       48w  SPECIAL TOUCHES  CLEANING SERVICE  Residential - commercial ��� marine.  Bonded, insured. 8654457 48w  Honest, reliable woman will house  clean, call Mary, Sat.-Tues. 885-  6145. I48W  Do you need something buill tor  your home ot olfice? Maybe in  Ham lor ��� Christmas gift' Or you  might need some interior renovations or linishing! II you've  answered yes to any or ail of the  above, give Art a caH at 6688354,  for prompt, quality custom wood-  work at reasonable prices. 48w  Electrician lor hire. (Residential and  Commercial work. Free estimates  671-6487 cell. 4601  Williams Renovation and Repair.  20 yrs experience. Call Steve it  8888763 49*  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions ��� Bath ��� Kilchen�� Painting .Drywall. Wallpaper 686-3792  Stefan Party 46*  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays /1830  sq. tt. upper storage space, ollice  rental potential, $24,000 per year.  Barry 8888204. ss  JARO ENTERPRISES  Roberta Creek  Call today lor all your carpentry  requirements, Irom fencing to  framing and new houses. Bob Talbot, 886-2215, alt. 6pm.    TFNs  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  mainlenance, rototilling, odd Iocs.  8883917. TFNs  Nanny required 3 days /week in  Welcome Woods tor 6 month ok)  twins. 865-7679 46w  Mother ot 2 requites Ml time dsy  care in my home, Sechell. 885-  2751 48w  Responsible cate lor your little  ones in my home. Lots ot TLC,  toys snd good tood. References  available. Reasonable rites.  Phone 886-2227. 48cn  Registered nurse mil give quality  day care in my home. 885-7861.  ���48W  Wanted: Live-in nanny, Gibsons  area. 6680002 47cn  HONDA POWEA a~fJDUCTL  A IUSQVAHNA  FOREST A GARDEN  PRODUCT!)  Forest A Taankn Dealership*  available for Sechelt  Call Dnrlin at  Tldelltic Logging  M5-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY  Anyone who witnessed accident  Friday. Oct. 23, Wharl Rd, contact  685-7069 46w  JN'S SMALL ENGINES  Anyone having goods left al Jim's  Willing to babysit Mon-Fri in my ___En0ines' ���__�� Qbsons  " ' should contact 886-2020 to make  home, suitable for working mom  with t child. 686-9109    ��47W  Babysitter required, lull lime, Rets  a must. 885-5525 9 am to 2 pm.  Tender loving daycare lor your little one. Exp. Mom, exc. refs.  Adree 886-2579. ��47W  Experienced Nanny looking lor FA  ot P/T position, rels. 868366346*  Come join Ihe lun! Sechell Preschool is still accepting students.  Call 665-3855 46*  Rainbow Pteschool Roberts  Creek, enroll now for Oct. Joyce  686-3096. TFN  arrangements for picking them up.  48w  Learn Your Legal  Rights with the Help  of Sell-Counsel  Books  277 Gower Pt. Rd.  Gibsons Landing  Ph/Fax:  .      886-7744      _  NOTICE OF INTENT  HOWE SOUND  HIGHWAYS DISTRICT  NOTICE is given pursuant to Section 9 (4) ot the  Highway Act, lhat the Ministry has received an  application to discontinue and close part of the right ol  way area for Grandview Road lying between Lot 1, Block  7 and Lot 12, Block 1 of Plan 1342, District Lot 906,  Group I.N.W.D.  And that such closed right of way be vested, pursuant to  Section 9 (2) (a) of the Highway Act.  A plan showing the proposed road closure may be  viewed at the Highways District Office, 1016 Seamount  Way, Gibsons, B.C., during olfice hours. Any person  having objection to this application tor road closure  should state same to this Ministry at Box 740, Gibsons,  B.C., VON 1VO, not later than Dec. 12,1992.  Notice of Intention to Apply for a  Disposition of Crown Land  Take notice that Donald G. Hoffman and Cherryl A.  Hoffman, 1015 Iron Work Passage, Vancouver, BC,  V6H 3R4, Forest Manager/ Accountant, intend to make  application to the Ministry ol Environment, Lands and  Parks Regional Office, Burnaby, BC lor the purchase  ol land in Bargain Harbour, specifically an unsurveyed  old fill area adjacent to Lot 8, Block 17, Plan 16845  New West Group 1 Land District, DL 1392 containing  .0267 Ha.  Commencing at a post planted NW corner Lot 8,  thence 2 metres N 7 degrees W, thence 29 metres N  22 degrees E, thence 14 metres S 37 degrees E,  thence 6 metres S 4 degrees E, thence 8 metres S 24  degrees W, thence 15 metres S 76 degrees W to POC.  The land is required to extend existing holdings to  Include an old fill area.  Comments concerning this application may be made  to the office of Rich Webber, 401 - 4603 Kingsway,  Burnaby, BC V5H 4M4. File 2405745.  Dated this 12th day of November, 1992.  820 KIWANIS WAY, GIBSONS  Enjoy .An Active - Carefree Lifestyle  22 Quality Patio Homes ��� Adult Oriented  Prices start at $128,800  2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Single Level Homes  Fbrjurtner injbrrnatlon contact  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP. ��� (604) 886-4680  Hems Ounpuu, RR��2. S7, C26, Gibsons, BC, VON 1VO  Flax (604) .386-4623  3Sm  ephemera  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  The four kilometre stretch  between (iibsons and 1-angdale  is "totally unsafe" and under the  requirements of the Local Services Act is substandard, Gibsons bus driver John Kelly told  the Transportation Committee  lasl week. Kelly urged the  committee to pressure the  provincial government to proceed quickly with the Gibsons  by-pass.  A 16-year-old resident of  Halfmoon Hay has been flown  to Vancouver for treatment of  head and internal injuries he  suffered as a result of a two car  accident on Remembrance Day.  Sechell RCMP say Ihe firemen  had to use a jackall for lack of  better tools, such as the Jaws of  Life and this resulted in some  losl lime in getting the injured  man free.  10 YEARS AGO  Local resident John Taylor  'Jock' Smith has been appointed to the board of governors of  Capilano College. Smith, a former Surrey alderman and  school trustee, is a former colleague of Education Minister  Bill Vander Zalm.  There is a high level of interest in computers in Ihe communily as 40 people have signed  up for a UBC course on computers to be offered at Chatelech.  15 YEARS AGO  A condominium project  planned for Roberts Creek has  been turned down by the  regional board. Developer Olaf  Klassen and his architect reacted with dismay when they  heard that the regional board  will not support the project.  25 YEARS AGO  Gibsons Centennial Project,  a wading pool in Kinsmen Park  is Hearing completion. A spray  is to be erected in the centre of  the pool. In another part of the  park the shuffleboard is also  nearing completion.  35 YEARS AGO  The Department of Transport in Ottawa will be asked for  the establishment of a floating  landing place for seaplanes. It  would mean that Gibsons  would be on all air maps as a  seaplane landing port and  would be separate from the  Wilson Creek airport.  45 YEARS AGO  The captain of the M.V. Gulf  Stream when she went aground  on Dinner Rock on October 11,  today lost his ticket for six  months as a result of a decision  by the Department of Transport  investigating the marine disaster.  WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOU  $4*t��  Come up the stairs above  the old Lucky Dollar  Thrifty.  HELP THE  Donations    8SS-24SS or Boa 59S  %**. It*  SHOT FARFY FOR CHRISTMAS!  Lots of NEW STOCK  New arrivals daily  come in n<  ?st seiec  Sechelt Lighting  885-9417 ��� 5609 Hwy 101, Socholt  SPECIALIZED  MOVING  SERVICES!  Member of  ALLIED.  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The new firearms control law gives everyone  the chance to turn in unwanted or illegal guns  and register restricted weapons without fear  of prosecution for possession offences during the  amnesty. The amnesty means you can also  dispose of any prohibited weapons, explosives  or ammunition.  Too often, forgotten or neglected guns can lead  to a tragedy.  The amnesty is an ideal opportunity to get rid  of weapons you no longer want.  Taking advantage of the amnesty is easy.  Simply unload the gun and turn it over to your  local police. If there is the slightest risk or if  you have any questions, call yout local police.  Make it happen for the safety of you and  your family.  W    Department of Justice    Minister* de la Justice  Canada Canada  Find out more about the  Firearms Acquisition  Certificate, safe storage,  restricted and prohibited  weapons or other pahs of  the firearms law that  concern you. Ask your  local police (or brochures.  Canada 20  Coast News, November 16, 1992  Reason for remembrance recounted  by Ruxannt (arrgurt  It is Remembrance Day and  among the J00 people who have  turned oul for the ceremonies in  Pender Harbour. Pat Ashbaugh  stands out She is one of Ihe veterans on parade this overcast  November day. her smart,  square-bashing, military drill  posture still evident after all  these years.  Wilh silent tears she places a  wreath al the cenotaph commemorating the Merchant Navy  and the two brothers she losl  Inside the legion alter Ihe ceremonies, the mood is festive  People hug each other, swap  stories, settle down with a hoi  rum and beef stew later on  they'll be iilterbiiggtng to Ihe  "old tunes."  In 194) wartime London,  Ashbaugh was a voting woman,  17-1/2 and ready for adventure  She wenl to the recruiting depot  with her girl friend Everyone  was doing their bil, and now  lhat she was old enough, it was  her turn  "Firsl I thought I'd join the  Navy, bul Ihe only posilions  they had open were for clerks,  and I wanted something more  than lhat," she said. "I went lo  the Air Force because I wanted  to be a Military Transport driver.  "But the recruiting officer  said all Ihose positions were  filled. She looked at my grades  and my history, and fold mc she  had jusl ihe thing for me, bul  she couldn't lell me anything  about il. It was secret. If I would  just sign up. they would put me  through basic training and then  see if I was good enough for this  'secret job'."  After a month of intensive  basic training, Ashbaugh wenl  through a series of intelligence  tests, swore an oath of secrecy,  and spent a further six weeks in  training to become a WAAF  'plotter,' at Fighter Command  headquarters.  "We were housed al an old  boy's school, and then we were  trucked in open trucks for our  shift al Slanmore, where we  went 60 feet below the ground  to the operations centre.  "There was a huge table covered wilh large grids and smaller grids inside them. On Ihe  open floor above us, there were  other girls working in the filter  rooms. They filtered information down to us by telephone.  They took in all the information  from the aircraft spotters.  "... I'm always amazed at hot  much they trusted us 17-year-  old girls. We knew all of the  defensive placements which  were often moved after a direct  bombing attack.  "It was frightening but exciting at the same time. It's like  Society  proposal  critisized  from page 1  Dr. Terry Amiel of Pender  Harbour was in the audience  and spoke from personal experience against the society.  In the 12-year span before  lie arrived, Amiel said 28 doctors had moved through the  clinic. And after six months,  Amiel said he found "a lack of  freedom to advance."  Amiel pointed to the difficulty of providing 24-hour service  while on a salary lhat could not  compensate for the time and  expertise invested. He said he  believed Ihe present quality of  care would suffer should Skelly's proposal become reality.  "I don't think you've looked  into it very accurately and  haven't got your facts and figures backing it up," Amiel told  Skelly.  Petzold built on this idea  saying, "I think in heallh care,  like anything else, you get what  you pay for."  He said already BC is losing  many top doctors to the United  States in light of the recent  provincial salary cap, calling the  move "only the tip of the iceberg.  "Physicians are providing a  service. Patients come to us, not  at our request. We are not driving the system. The patients and  the patients requiring assistance  are driving it."  young people today, who never  think anything is going lo happen to Ihem. we were like that  When we were outside, it   would be i.uning bombs,  and Ihe older people and  Ihose with children  would be scurrying for  the shelters, and we just  7 wanted  to be a  Military  didn'l think il would Transport  lion. We were lo assist  driver'  to see the other side win. We  were a small island nation  against a huge army, and there  was a spirit of common  cause thai people don't  have today "  "...Three days before  VE day, we were taken  by plane to another loca-  happen to us.  Ashbaugh met her  husband, who was a  Canadian bomber pilot with Ihe  RAF, at a pub "Everyone met  everybody else at a pub then ll  was a different lime, we all  worked together No one wanled  the unloading of our  POW's who were coming in transport planes. I  imagined they would be ecstatic. I was truly shocked by their  condition. Many of them had  arms and legs not bigger than  broomsticks,     they     were  depressed Some of them were  so weak we had to feed Ihem  gruel before they could keep  anything down. We spent several days trying to get these men  ready to come home. We sewed  insignias on uniforms, arranged  pay packets, and that's what I  was doing the night war ended."  Ashbaugh has been living  with her husband in Pender Harbour for the pasl 11 years,  although they have had a summer home there for the past 29  years. An avid artist and traveller, Ashbaugh's walercolours  are available locally, at the Wilson Creek and Hunter Galleries.  TERMINAL  Forest Products ltd.  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