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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4    H:.!  I  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  December 7,1992 Volume 46 Issue 49  Supreme Court denies band's injunction bid  bv Jane Seyd  By now. the legal and technical  arguments are over, and it's water  under - or over - Ihe bridge.  Bul Ihe battle over sinking Ihe  destroyer Chaudiere continued right to  the last moment on Friday, as ihe  Sechell Indian Band foughl for - and  lost - an eleventh hour injunction in BC  Supreme Court lo prevent the ship from  going down.  As diving enthusiasts began arriving  on the Coast for a celebratory reception  with Ihe Artificial Reef Society on Friday night, lawyers were still arguing the  case in court, while Environment Canada officials worked inio the evening to  review information before issuing a  Council  responds to  Davis Bay  highway  complaints  by Stuart Burnside  A controversial plan of Ihe  Ministry of Highways (M(.H)  lo run a major thoroughfare  across developed residenlial  and agricultural land in Wilson  Creek and Davis Bay may not  come lo pass if a recommendation from the Sechelt planning  committee is carried to fruition.  Sechelt council Wednesday  gave initial approval lo a recommendation calling for the  planned road lo be taken out of  Ihe municipality's Official  Community Plan (OCP).  The recommendation stemmed from a report by municipal planner Rob Buchan, who  said: "ll is evident by the  strong feeling expressed in Ihe  communily lhat this route is  highly unpopular."  Because Ihe recommendation involves a change lo the  OCP, it musl have the approval  of the SCRD and then go lo  public hearing before il  becomes a reality. On Friday,  however, Buchan told Ihe  Coast News all the paper work  could be completed and (he  road out of Ihe OCP by January.  "Because of Ihe amount of  resistance (lo Ihe proposed  road) I don't think there will be  any problem pushing Ihis  through," he said.  Instead of the proposed  route, Buchan said terms of reference were being drawn up for  a Land Use/Transportation  study (I.UTS) of Ihe area lo  determine an alternative location.  "This proposed highway has  been a spectre hanging over Ihe  existing residents since Ihe plan  was introduced in 197.1."  Buchan said. There are also  potential residenlial developments which have been held up  while ihe controversy persists.  Buchan said the departmenl  of highways was aware of the  recent developments and would  help finance the LUTS.  Final permits for Chaudiere sinking issued Friday night  final permit.  The injunction, filed by the band in  Vancouver against both the Artificial  Reef Society and the federal and  provincial governments, asked the court  lo slop the sinking scheduled for Saturday morning and lo slop Environment  Canada from issuing a final ocean  dumping permit for Ihe vessel, based on  both environmenlal concerns and  Sechelt's pending aboriginal land  claim.  ll also asked for a declaration of the  Sechelt's aboriginal rights to manage  territorial waters.  The requests were denied.  Following the decision. Monika  Acciaroli of Tidal Wave Diving commented, "I had no doubt in my mind."  Prior lo the hearing, lex Enemark of  the Artificial Reef Society said Ihe  group had been somewhat surprised by  Ihe move by the band.  "The impression that we had is Ihey  would not be asking for an injunction,"  he said. "Usually you don't leave going  to court to the last minute."  Enemark said the land claims issues  weren't ones which could be addressed  by the Artificial Reef Society and added  the group had been unsuccessful in  attempts to talk with the band.  Commenting before the outcome of  the case, Stewart Elgie of the Sierra  Legal Defence Fund said at least half a  dozen previous similar injunction cases  involving native land claims and commercial projects have been heard in BC.  Usually the cases concern logging  scheduled for areas claimed by native  bands as part of their territory.  In order lo win an injunction, said  Elgie, the band would have to prove  that if the order isn't issued, the territory under claim will suffer irreparable  harm.  Meanwhile, as Ihe court case was  before the judge on Friday, Environment Canada officials were also working up to the lasl minute reviewing  information before issuing a final permit to the reef society.  On Thursday, a report from an  inspector hired by the Save the Strait  Alliance gave the Chaudiere a less than  gleaming report, saying the vessel still  turn to page 2  Truce called over  watershed logging  Inventive engineering helps Karla Haerthe's 'King Michael' go the distance during Gibsons  Elementary's Inventor's Fair Yacht Challenge Wednesday. Joel Johnstone photo  by Jane Seyd  A court case over logging in  the Chapman Creek watershed  has been adjourned after  lawyers for Ihe Sunshine Coast  Regional District and International Forest Products agreed to  a cease fire this week, away  from the courtroom.  The regional district had  been seeking an _^^^  injunction against  Interfor and the Ministry of Forests to  prevent further logging in the watershed  until a proper management plan has  been completed.  Under the agreement reached, the  hearing has been adjourned to an unspecified date, with the    ______  understanding that no  logging will take place in the  watershed between now and  March, except to remove wood  which has already been cut by  Interfor. The company has also  agreed to give regional directors  Iwo weeks notice if any logging  is to start in the area.  The injunction hearing can  be brought back to court by the  regional district with seven days  notice to the company.  Jeremy Frith, a regional  director who sits on the Tetrahedron Local Resource Use  Plan committee, said the move  to postpone the hearing was  made on lawyers' advice, but  does not mean the regional district has dropped the idea of taking the issue to court if it's  required in the future: "We're  'It is unclear  exactly what  and who is  responsible  for what is  going on up  there'  ���Jeremy h'ritb  not implying in any way we     down.'  won't stop logging in the Chapman Creek watershed."  Ross Switzer, a lawyer for  Interfor, said since the current  IS-hectare cutblock has already  been logged and no further  activity is planned by the company over the winter, "both  sides agreed (the injunction)  wouldn't be necessary."           Frith   said   the  delay would also  give lawyers a better  chance to dig into  Ihe history of what's  happened in the  watershed. "It is  unclear exactly whal  and who is responsible at the end of the  day for what is going  on up there."  According to (toe-  uments unearthed by  lawyers so far, the  Chapman Gray Creek area was  declared a watershed reserve  under Ihe jurisdiction of Environment, Lands and Parks in  1975, with an agreement that no  cutting licences or clearing  would take place within that  area and that applications for  development from other ministries would not be accepted.  Said Frith, "Forestry has no  bloody business being in there,  let alone giving cutting permits  to anybody else."  The problem, he said, is a lot  of policy has been considered  open to interpretation.  "This situation has in the  past not been taken seriously by  the people in a position to do  so...Everybody says 'uh-huh',  bul the trees keep coming  Coast overdue for quakes and tremors, say seismologists  by Darah Hansen  It's not an exact science so  no one can say for certain, but  what Ihey are reporting is scary  enough.  Seismologists are saying that  Ihe Coast is overdue for an  earthquake and suggest that officials, from federal levels lo  local, should begin lo take the  need to prepare more seriously.  But there's no need for panic  on the Sunshine Coast, said  earthquake specialist at the  Provincial Emergency Program  (PEP) office, David Gronbeck-  Jones.  He said the earthquake most  likely to hit the area will slem  from Vancouver Island, sending  shock waves big enough only to  cause small mishaps, power outages and fires.  It's part of a sequence that  scientists predict will occur  every 30 to 35 years. Gronbeck-  Jones said the last to hit was in  1946 in the Cumberland/Courte-  nay area. Though the quake registered 7.3 on the Richter scale,  bigger thain the 1989 San Francisco quake, he said the most  damage done on this side of the  Coast was to cottage chimneys.  The 'big one', Gronbeck-  Jones said, is predicted on a 500  year cycle.  That's the one called the  Cascadia Subduction Zone,  located approximately 150 kilometres south west, in the Pacific  Ocean. And when it hits, it will  affect Ihe entire Coasl and will  likely register at 8.5 or greater.  Predictions of its effects  range from fires, to land slides,  to flooding. With the last quake  of this magnitude occurring  somewhere around the 1700s,  it's not expected again soon.  However, scientists say the risk  is still real. Seismological  reports indicate that the earth  plates are pressing together in  such a way that the quake will  be their only release.  "It's going to go," said Gron-  beck-Jones, it's only a matter of  time."  turn to page 2  Sechelt council explores solutions to youth situation  by Stuart Burnside  The Districl of Sechell is taking tentative steps toward curing Ihe perceived  problem of loitering youths within the  municipality, or at least toward helping  the youths to do something about the situation themselves.  Mayor Nancy MacLarty made a  motion al Wednesday's council meeiing  calling for the formation of a structured  Sechell youth council (SYC), comprising  the municipality's young people, which  would be responsible for working within  the communily to address youth needs.  "This would include all the municipality's (teenagers)," MacLarty said, "not  just Chatelech students."  Recently Chatelech student council  member Laura Zealand, speaking as a  youth representative, has been making  pleas for a lown-sponsored youlh centre.  MacLarty, however, says there are young  people around who have different ideas,  and they also should be  encouraged to participate in  any youth related decisions.  To that end, the first part  of MacLarty's motion  called for the SYC lo be  elected by all interested  teenagers, and then for a    chairperson to be elected from within the  SYC ranks.  MacLarty said the SYC could be run  much like a municipal council with a  mission statement, constitution and procedural rules. The group would also be  required to select from within the community at least two adult advisors.  "The effectiveness  of the idea...  would be up to  Sechelt's youths'  of Sechelt should provide up to $1,000  toward the formation of Ihe SYC.  In Ihe second pari of Ihe motion      MacLarty called, among  other things, for joint fund-  ing between Sechelt,  School Dislricl 46, businesses and other interested  parties for the hiring of a  project co-ordinalor to help    Ihe SYC "facilitate a comprehensive recreational program."  The SYC would be responsible for  managing all funds and would also, wilh  the help of their advisors, organise Iheir  own fundraising efforts. MacLarty said  the effectiveness of Ihe idea, in the end,  would be up to Sechelt's youths.  "If the young people don't wanl lo  For its part, MacLarty said Ihe Districl      form a youlh council, then Ihey won't  situation  ':  inside  form a youth council," MacLarty said,  "but I think it would be a good exercise  for them, and hopefully a democratic  cam 11      mm$  exercise. The (youths) will have to decide  for themselves what they want to accom  mmWiaamfij    pa��a ��  plish."  Council debated Ihe merits of the plan  adkmwimit    paga 4  at some length before accepting only the  first part the motion outlining the creation  imttmTa      aa��a11  of the SYC and the $1,000 grant from Ihe  municipality.  Mm      mmli  They agreed, following a suggestion  by Cllr. Art Whistler, lo send Ihe second  mm       pap $  part of the proposal to the upcoming sum  mit meeting of all local governments and  flNtririNM pmaif  the school board for consideration, input  and hopefully, participation.  tparts       jjMf 19  "We can't approve something that  requires other groups to help pay,"  Whistler noted. 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MOSQI'IIO CRK.K.K CLINK:  mwfir IfSTH STREET,  N0R11I VANCOUVER, BC VJP IRS  08J, ims un tots  GibMni WUdlife Club  LaKitiun: Highway 101   Lusver Road Junction  Annual  "Turkey"  Shoot  11 a.m. - 4 p-m. Everyone Welcome  Lucky Number Targets  Club Rttles and Ammunition  Lots of Prizes  Free Refreshments Available  For Further Information, Phone: 886-7788  Sunday, December 13th 1992  Pender laments lack of police presence  by Jane Seul  There isn't exactly a crime  wave washing over I*ender Harbour, but residents say ihey  want more of a police presence  in the area to act as a deterrent  lo criminals.  And partially, they'll be get-  ling lhal soon, in lhe form of  lull-tune patrols and a constable  specially assigned lo handle all  cases from the area. Bul a separale detachment and a resident  potto force arc no! in the plans.  In the pasl year, bolh businesses and residents say there's  been an increase in vandalism,  shoplifting, and theft, says Dave  Orr. presidenl of the Pender  Harbour Chamber of Commerce.  A number of Ihose incidents  go unreported to lhe police, says  Jane Reid, director for Ihe area,  because of residents' past experience with lengthy police  response time. "A lol of Ihe people have given up calling," she  says. "When you need someone,  there's never any police  around "  Staff Sergeant Cam Reid of  Ihe Sechell RCMP detachment  says that problem can lum into a  cycle, because police resources  are partly determined by the  number of calls from an area.  "If we don'l have people calling  SUIT Sargeant Cam Reid  from Pender Harbour it gels less  attention from us."  In the pasl, he says, "often  we'd just respond lo a call."  Mike Miller, manager of  Sunsport Outfitters, says businesses on bolh sides of his store  have recently been broken into.  In some instances, the thieves  have been very selective, taking  only specific blades for particular chainsaws. Says Miller,  "...It's almost like somebody's  placed an order."  Tackle and rods have also  been stolen from boats tied up at  local docks. Comments Miller,  "We never used lo have lhal  problem before."  According lo police statistics,  criminal code offences in Pender Harbour are up from 14.1  last year to 159 in 1992 lo dale  and from 17 in Egmonl in 1991  lo 33 Ihis year. The biggest  increase is in theft, with 62 incidents in the area this year compared to last year's 42.  In response lo concerns, Sgl  Kcul says a full-lime police officer is now assigned during each  shift lo Pender Harbour, wiih  one constable handling all cases  fot ihe area.  lhal goes pari way to solving  the problem, says Orr. Bul residents would slill prefer a resident police force in Ihe area, lo  slop crime before il happens.  "People don't speed and Ihey  don'l drink and drive if Ihey see  a police car once in while," he  comments,  Mosi incidents happen after  people know Ihe police have  gone off shift, he says, which  means il's slill a good 30 minute  drive lo Pender Harbour - plenty  of lime for Ihe criminals lo be  long gone.  Sgt. Reid says communily  concerns of non-resident police  go buck a long way in Ihe area,  bin "il's more efficient to run il  as a combined detachment  (from Sechelt)."  While some community concerns can be worked out locally  without police involvement, in  Ihe case of criminal activity,  says Orr, "I don't believe tbe  majority of people wanl lo handle il themselves. Bul he adds,  "there are some people who feel  they're going lo have lo if we  don't gel more support."  Sechelt experiences rise in crime, violence  by Jane Seyd  Figures for Ihe year are in, and il looks  like activity is booming - but at the Sechelt  RCMP detachment that's not necessarily  good news.  "Everything is up," says Staff Sergeant  Cam Reid.  Total calls lo Ihe detachment increased  from 3792 in 1991 lo 4888 this year between  Egmont and Roberts Creek, the area served  by the Sechelt RCMP.  Included in those figures were increases  in both property offences (like vandalism  and theft), up from 484 last year lo 676 Ihis  year, and assaults, up from 94 last year to  132 this year so far.  "A lot of our domestic violence and  assaults are drug and alcohol related," says  Reid, who adds that all social service agencies on the Coasl are experiencing "really  high demands."  "Violence seems io be escalating," he  says. "There seems to be a serious lack of  respect for people and property."  To help deal with problems next year, the  detachment has recently added two new  police officers, Constable Kelly Watson,  who has been transferred from Port Hardy,  and Constable Norman Striker, who arrives  from the RCMP training college in Regina.  In the pasl year, says Reid, priority was  given to reducing Ihe number of break-ins  and traffic accidents.  Usually, says Reid, it tends to be younger  adults in their early 20s who run into trouble  wilh Ihe law. "ll seems lo be the ones who  aren't making the transition from youlh lo  responsible citizens."  Next year's priorities have not yel been  set, and Reid says police will consul! the  regional districl, municipality of Sechell and  the Sechelt Indian Band lo find out areas of  concern.  Meanwhile, Ihe Christmas counterattack  campaign against drinking driving is already  underway, wilh roadblocks set up throughout  Ihe season, especially on weekends. Wilh Ihe  help of new roadside screening devices,  police are picking up more people for  impaired driving, says Reid. adding, "We are  noi playing Santa Claus. No warnings."  Coast hospital, schools prepare where possible  from page I  "One Ihings for certain, by the time we reach 800 years is should  be expected - like tonight. But that's a long ways away yet.  But it's now been 300 years and we have entered the doorway into  lhat serious risk zone," he said.  He was quick to warn, however, that "just because the earth  shakes, doesn't mean il's the end of the world."  Preparation, Gronbeck-Jones said, is Ihe key.  On the Coast, some work has been done lo increase public awareness and stabilize public buildings.  Al St. Mary's Hospital, a disaster manual is in place to guide the  staff in the case of an emergency. While the manual is mainly specif  ic to gas and bomb threats and fires, administrator Ted Wright said he  feels through occasional mock disaster trials, the staff has indicated it  is capable of handling a number of other disasters.  "There are things we could do," he said, "The plan tells us what  we have to do in order to make things work and we can do il.  "Provided, we survive," he added.  Al Ihe schools, teacher and chair of the Districl Heallh and Safely  Committee. Ian Thomson said they are doing Ihe besl they can with  no money in the budget allocated for earthquake safely.  Thomson and others have instituted regular classroom earthquake  drills, have distributed safely manuals and have provided all schools  with emergency packs.  Wilson Creek Gallery  Just in time for Christmas!  LIZ MITTEN-RYAN  Towards (he Promise  or  Harmony of Purpose  Save $120  off regular framed price  of $395  S|>ecial  $275  PariJjroceeds to Cysbc Fibrosis.  These signed and numbered  limited edition prints are fully  conssfrrvoiSon rrarnea with double  mots ond a rustic wood frame.  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Party Favours  Limited seating ��� Book now  Tickets S55 (beverages and  gratuity not included   t  886-2188       Jti  it  lfwauhre;ajiiT*ds^iDsA>aih-  1 Coast News, December 7,  1992  Filming creates critics before movie airs  By Darah Hansen  They certainly wenl oul wilh  a bang.  After Thursday night's big  explosion, the Needful Things  crew packed up quickly and left  town leaving in their wake a pile  of rubble where their once picturesque movie sets had been  and a debate among local merchants on the topic of profits.  Louise Hume, president of  the Gibsons Landing Merchants  Association, said the presence of  the movie company was a much  welcome change.  "I think it's exciling as far as  business is concerned. I've  enjoyed meeiing new people.  We've had some interesting and  talented individuals in our communily for lhe last little while."  Hilly Long al the Midnite  Market also said he had no complaints regarding Ihe film crew.  "I wish they'd come back,"  said an enthusiastic Fong. With  extended hours and Ihe addilion  of a cappuccino machine, Fong  said business at his store was  definitely up.  "You've got lo sell them  what Ihey want," said Fong.  The Omega Restaurant served up hot food and drink for crowds  waiting fur last week's special effects. Joel Johnstone pholo  of my locals haven't been  around."  Both businesses say Ihe  movie company was quick lo  reimburse them for lost revenue  and though Ihey wouldn't comment on how much money Ihey  received, bolh said the figure  was "fair".  Uul for Moi Ten and her staff  al Ihe Village Market, monetary  compensation wasn't the issue.  Ten said she felt insulted  when the crew asked her lo shut  out the lights of her store during  Bul not everyone saw the  same increase.  Manager of Gramma's Pub,  Elizabeth Cox, said business  was down over the last few  weeks. "It's been a hassle lo get  in here," Cox said, blaming  much of the lost revenue on lhe  lack of parking in and around  the building.  Hume also admitted a degree  of losl business at her store, The  Landing General Store, saying,  "While I've picked up some  business, I also know that some  film shoots and was oflen asked  noi to stand in front of her business And she tiled one instance  when production members look  a sign down from the root of Ihe  store without permission.  "They're noi being considerate," said Stacy Krinlila. speaking on behalf of Ten. "It's not a  mailer of cash, it's a mailer of  being polite."  Stewart Belhune, production  unit manager for Needful Productions, said these kinds of  concerns are what make the very  nature of Ihe movie business "a  tough slog.  "ll was very challenging to  balance everybody's needs  when you lake over in the way  we did." He said Ihe company  Iried Iheir besl lo be accommodating and considerate and fell  their overall impact on Ihe town  was positive.  But to Ihose expecting immediate profits, Belhune said,  that's not how it works. It's a  long-term venture, he said, predicting a tourist boom aller Ihe  movie opens July 199? in over  2,200 theatres across North  America.  Jfe ** Rowers & Herbs        " JL  % in White Wine Vinegar J*  Gourmet Honey Chutney        Pepper Jelly  . 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Shanks said if the plan for  two buildings along a strip of  the municipality's Block 7 property goes ahead, money could  be saved by financing both over  10 years, instead of financing  one over 10 years and Ihe second over 20 as is planned.  "There would be a saving of  between $390,000 and  $425,000," he said. "That fact  didn't receive consideration (by  council) and I'm upset that it  didpajj^, ���  As it stands, two buildings  are lo be built on a strip of  Block 7 running from Cowrie  Street lo Teredo Street. The  municipal hall building will be  financed over 10 years to avoid  going to referendum, while the  library is tentatively scheduled  to be financed over 20 years and  could require referendum  approval.  According to Mayor Nancy  MacLarty, a proposed municipal  hall, recreation cenlre and  library complex was defeated  five years ago through referendum because the cost was  deemed too high. "We don't  wanl to make that mistake  again," MacLarty said.  Shanks also said council  neglected to explore the possibility of combining the hall and  library in one building, despite a  fT  "i  1  ^mmttmtM  \  *,rV    "*,>    $       V  |  t*2��  ii  ^ Jill'  I   alttill  Michael Shanks Nancy MacLarty  the space needed for Ihe library  could as much as double in the  next 10 years, bul if housed in  the same building as Ihe municipal hall, expansion options      would be limited.  Shanks       said  Irtere WOUUt     exnansion   was   a  previous motion to do so.  "(The motion) specifically  stipulated that we would get  costs on two separate buildings  and on a combined  facility,"    Shanks      said, "That never  transpired.   We're  only looking into   beasavittgof. problem that cot^ld  >st estimates on Ihe i.^*... .. be pl��nucd for in oi>tV  building and that  cost saving was Ihe  bottom line. He said  it wasn't necessary  used for development and the  Cowrie Street portion for (Ihe  municipal hall)," he said.  MacLarty said such a plan  would limit the options for  future developments because the  only access would be from  Teredo and through Ihe Trail  Bay Mall parking lot. "If we  build only along Cowrie, il will  leave a sort of I. shape."  MacLarty said. "I think (Ihe  plan we have) would be more  preferable to developers."  Cllr. Art Whistler noted the  localion could still be changed  al a later date without seriously  affecting the overall engineering  and construction costs.  Shanks asked to have Ihe  matter pul on Ihe next finance  meeting agenda.  expansion  cost  Iwo separale buildings."  He noted Ihe cost  of building one facility would be "substantially less" than   ���������  building two.  MacLarty said there was no  point spending Ihe money for  two separale building plans  because both would require  engineer reports and construction cost estimales. "We're just  looking at ball park figures  here," she said.  "I don't see how we can  wasle our money on putting up  money for engineering plans  and so on (for two separate proposals), which is the only way  we're going to get a firm estimate." She also noted that, at  the rate Sechell was growing,  between  $390,000 and  $425,000'  -Michael Shanks to compile compiele  ��������������������������������� data on both projects. "Anyone on  Ihe street can tell what Ihe cosl  difference will be," he said.  In addilion, Shanks objected  to the decision to place the proposed buildings between Cowrie  and Teredo. He said when Teredo Street becomes Sechelt's  main thoroughfare, the property  value of the portion of Block 7  that bulls against it will rise,  making it more of a potential  money maker for the municipality.  "If we are truly looking for  Ihe 'biggest bang for our buck',  the Teredo portion should be  ITS FIMUXY HERE!  OUR  ut0NNIVERS<lfyr  CELEBRATION  Saturday, December 12  Saturday only  SAVE 10-25%  on everything in the store!  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The minute the cold weather brought slippery conditions to Coast roads. Coastal Roads, the private contractor now responsible for local highways maintenance,  came under fire for not doing an adequate job of ensuring  safe driving conditions. A number of cars spun off the  road on black ice and it was fortunate there were no serious injuries.  Arguing that drivers were going too fast for the road  conditions, the company did little to build public confidence that safety is its chief priority.  With a mandate to be ready whenever winter conditions deem it necessary to salt, sand or clear roads, the  keepers of local highway safety found it expedient to  proffer the lame excuse that crews were not scheduled to  go on 24-hour patrol until the day after the cold snap hit.  The contract, however, requires an approach that is  responsive to the tickle whims of the barometer rather  than the Fixed dates of a calendar.  The highways ministry, which is responsible for overseeing the contractor, has vowed that such laxity won't  happen again.  But similar complaints have become an annual winter  ritual across the province since the job of maintaining  public roads was turned over to the private sector four  years ago. In an effort to keep costs down, companies  have a lamentable tendency to cut corners, inevitably  leading vehicles, drivers and passengers into the ditch.  While on-going review of private highways maintenance is being carried out by the provincial government,  the ministry is unlikely to reassimie direct responsibility  for road maintenance when it is incapable of meeting  even its existing capital commitments.  The whole situation is a frail mix of government contracts, penny pinching companies and risk to human life.  Who's going to pay the price?  Kick 'em when  they're down  The Tory government last week doled out yet another  self-congratulatory display of how to smile while racking  up the national debt, now at a staggering $457 billion,  snowing once more that it is bereft of initiatives to bring  this dire legacy of overspending under control (growing  at a rate of $1,000 a second).  Unless you consider dipping deeper into the pockets of  the working poor an initiative. It is more akin to thievery,  the government's cruel ministrations to terminal eConorri-  ic illness. There is something truly machiavellian  (Mazankowskian?) about changes to Ihe Unemployment  Insurance Act that will eliminate benefits to those who  quit work or are fired for cause. This is, after all, supposed to be an insurance plan, and there are plenty of  legitimate reasons why an employee may choose to quit  work; an equal number of spurious "causes" an employer  may lay claim to in firing an employee.  Fully one third of the $8 billion trimmed from the budget last Wednesday will come off the backs of the unemployed, those already hardest hit by the deepening recession. And in spite of it all, the national deficit will still be  amount to $34.4 billion this year, $7 billion more than  earlier projections.  While the country lurches toward self-destruction, the  government finds its usual recourse in putting the boots  to the most disadvantaged.  NTeRest Rates .n canaoa  BlTAUlPPUNt \  letters  Protest GST  reading tax  Thousands of Canadians  including many of your readers  have written to federal finance  minister Don Mazankowski asking the government lo remove  the GST from reading materials  and received a form letter in  reply.  In this letter the minister tells  Canadians that "the traditional  (federal tax) rate on reading is  not zero," and claims thai publishers paid the old manufacturer's sales tax on a large number  of items, including paper.  Reading material was exempt  from ihe manufacturer's sales  tax at every stage of production,  including Ihe purchase of paper.  A sludy conducted by Woods  Gordon in 1988 found that the  'accidental' MST paid by pub- '  lisjhers amounted only to0.9 rot  1.5 percent. The finance depart- '  men! economic analysis unit  reached the same conclusion as  did former finance minister  Michael Wilson.  The GST Consumer Information Office at Consumer and  Corporate Affairs Canada concluded last year that this very  low level of accidental tax was  not a significant factor n the  price of reading material and  that the GST is therefore a  brand-new tax on reading.  Either the minister is genuinely unaware of the facts  regarding the old tax, or the  department of finance is consciously distorting these fads  because they cannot otherwise  defend ihis government's  actions in introducing the first  federal tax in Canadian history  lo apply to reading material.  The GST is the first federal  lax ever lo be collected on  books, magazines or newspapers. In its first year, Ihe GST  caused Canadian sales of books  to drop 10 per cent, sales of  magazines to drop 15 per cent  and the largest drop in Canadian  newspaper circulation in 50  years.  The frecfall continues in  1992. During Ihe lasl recession  and in the early, pre-GST  months of the current recession,  sales of all reading material  increased.  We agree wilh the government's slated goals of improving Canadian education, increasing literacy levels, encouraging  c6tiilttunication between Canadians and strengthening our  ' shara*d',t!i(lture.  The prime minister look a  sland in October 1990 when he  promised lo carefully review Ihe  tax on reading material after one  year.  It is essential that lhat review  be undertaken immediately and  lhal reading material be zero-  rated under the GST.  JACQUELINE HUSHION,  Chairperson  Don't Tax Reading Coalition  Marking human  rights day  To mark Human Rights Day  on Thursday, December 10,  Amnesty International Group  160 (Sechelt) is holding a wrile-  a-thon in Trail Bay Mall from  10 am to 4 pm.  There will be writing materials available as well as information on human rights abuses and  prisoners of conscience for  whom Amnesty International  has requested that letters be  written. ���' a ���  "  There wilt also be postcards  for those people who are jusl too  busy or too unused to letter-  writing.  Because Human Rights Day  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.  VON 3A0  falls within Amnesty's special  campaign on Ihe Indigenous  Peoples of America, marking  500 years of colonialism wiih ils  devastating effect on these peoples in Ihe Al material available.  We hope that the many members and supporters of Amnesty  International here on the Sunshine Coast will lake time from  their activities to come into the  mall and sit down and write one  or more letters.  ll is a small sacrifice lo make  on behalf of some of Ihe victims  of the terrible abuses of human  rights that are occurring in the  world today.  SHIRLEY HALL  Chairperson, Group 160  Sechelt  Forest council  report clarified  '" I ' ' I liU llf.vll'ai  Please allow me to correct  statements made by B. Shipley  in reporting the community  association meeting in the  Roberts Creek column.  The subject being discussed  was the proposed Resource  Council for the Sunshine Coast.  Though I have on a couple of  occasions in the past chaired the  Tetrahedron LRUP committee  meetings, I am definitely not the  chairman. That is a MOF committee and is chaired by MOF.  I am the chairman of a steering committee working to set up  a resource council for the Coast.  This is the committee open to  participation by anyone.  HARRY ALMOND  Roberts Creek  Dreaming of paradise aboard land-locked sailboat  My neighbourhood is typical of many in The  City. Older single-family houses creep cheek-by-  jowl along a street lined with car*, instead of trees,  illegal basement suites constitute the only cottage  industry, and everyone lives in fear of the monster  houses skulking about the perimeter.  It is a far cry, in other words, from my ideal of a  treed, two-acre plot with a partial view of mountains and water.  But this does not mean my neighbourhood lacks  all hope of redemption. In fact, there are indications a more congenial general atmosphere may be  just around the corner.  The corner is a few blocks over and three or  four blocks to the south. The street is much like my  own, with one exception: over there, under the  monkey puzzle tree beside a nondescript house,  sits a sailboat dreaming of bener days.  It is a smallish white vessel with blue trim,  minus a mast and with a hull sadly in need of tender loving care. If you saw this boat beside a house  in Gibsons, Pender Harbour or Egmont, you would  give it no more than a cursory glance.  But my neighbourhood is none of those places.  It is in The City, where sailboats perched on dry  land are about as common as authenticated sightings of Elvis. Here, sailboats are found only in the  ebbtide  d. macdonnell  water - unless they are under construction, in  which case they are confined to rented sheds in the  industrial section of some far-flung suburb.  So, to see a sailboat hoisted onto blocks without shouting distance of my home is cause to  rejoice. It means at least one of my neighbours has  discovered the Due meaning of west coast living -  and if there is one who has seen the light, there  may soon be t thers.  My dream is that one lone sailboat around the  corner will magically and mysteriously clone itself  many times ever in the months ahead, and creep  quietly into yaru after yard along the entire stretch  of cheek-by-jo' 1 houses facing my own.  I want it to breed, because my vision of Heaven  on Earth includes row upon row of land-locked  sailboats.  Why? Because Heaven is living on the west  coast. And boats define the best of life on the west  coast.  By that, I do not mean boats moored in a harbour or tied snug to a marina float. No - on this  j coast, the best and most appropriate use for a boat  is to hoist it into drydock, preferably beside a shed  in the backyard. (Some people award more points  for boats erected in front of the house, but purists  maintain this is showing off.)  In some quarters, paying your dues on this coast  is measured in terms of years spent in the region;  in others, it is defined by the number of obscure  communities you have called your own. In my  camp, the true test is owning a boat. It means you  accept the coast on its terms, not on your own.  But there are rules. The purpose of the boat is  not to be sailed, but to remind you of the reason  you live on the coast, be it quality leisure time, the  chance to commune with the elements or an opportunity to turn a dream into reality. As such, its  proper place is in the yard, within easy sight of  your chair beside the kitchen window.  Also, a boat is not to be worked on. It sits in the  yard as insurance against the day when you will be  asked to do something you would rather avoid.  "I'm sorry," you say, "but I have to stay and work  on the boat." Presto - one more pressure disappears.  Finally - and most important - a boat must be  recognized for what it really is: a bigger and better  lawn ornament. The area around a boat must never  be kept tidy, but used to store all manner of odds  and ends, from old boards and scraps of metal to  empty 45-gallon oil drums and used machinery  parts. Think of il as an opportunity to make both an  artistic and a personal statement.  As well, a yard boat is a good barometer of people, especially if you have more than one. You can  loan spares to new acquaintances and see how they  treat it: their actions will tell you all you need to  know about their suitability as west coast friends  and neighbours.  If only life were so simple here. In the city,  owning a boat is viewed as either an investment in  quality time or a sure sign of mid-life crisis.  Instead of signifying a yearning for a relaxed  lifestyle, it represents one more trinket in a growing chain of assets.  But there is hope, as expressed by the boat  around the corner from my house. Just by being  here, it shakes a fist at inner-city conventions. May  many more be raised before too long.  COAST^NEWS  Subscription Ketet:  Ceiseaii: I year ��� $35 - $2.45 CST - $37.45  6months. $20��� $1.40CST-$21.40  Ionian: 1 year ��� $40 {No CST)  ��� Reg. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast News is locally owned  and published on the Sunshine Coast, B.C.  every Monday by Ctatstoed Press lid.  Citnom Offset  Box 460,Cibsons, BC, VON IVO  1604) 886-2622, Fax (604) 886-7725  Sechett Offick*  Box 66 Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  (604) 885-3930, Editorial (604) 885*3980,  Fax (604) 885-3954  Manager* Pat Tripp  Advertising .lean Broccoli, Denise Sherman  Representatives ��� Bill Rogers, Simone Cartysle-Smtth  Olfice Manager ��� AnneThomsen  Office Stall  Gibaona ��� Sue Connor  Sechatt * Ruth Forrester, Janice Edmonds  Editor*  Reporters ���  Stuart Burnside  Jane Seyd, Darah Hansen  Photographer ��� Joel .Johnstone  Production  Cathy Mack, Fran Burnside,  Beverly Shiptey,  Andy Jukes, Annie MacTavish  YovrcxmmunH/sAWAKL^WNNINCnewtpmp^ \  The Sunshine Coast News Is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any means is  prohibited unless permission in witing is first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright  Am Coast News, December 7,   1992  opinion  i  Hey diddle-dee, a gypsy's life for me  I am living these days in a  trailer, an insulated trailer, on a  building site in Gibsons. The  house I usually live in is being  raised off Ihe ground before my  very eyes, about 10 feet now,  and another place for who  knows who is going to be built  under it. All sorts of conclusions  about Ihe developing Sunshine  Coast might be drawn from this  simple fact.  I am in Ihis, in fact, rather  fun situation due mainly to  wanting to keep Ihe telephone  going A long extension, it  seemed to me, might be  arranged bul il is not strictly  kosher and Ihe less said aboul it  the better.  The trailer itself has been  very successfully cosied up by  Scoll lhe contractor on the site.  Everything possible. I would  say. has been lavished on this  trailer. The little curtains around  tlie windows have been washed  and ironed.  There is new carpeting on the  floor and the telephone, after  some initial struggle with Held  (battery) phones, seems to be  resolved. I have television and  radio and a propane stove and a  healer and a table and this good  old typewriter, and the dawn  comes up at around 7 am as it  does all over.  Nonetheless, there is no  question lhal living in this trailer is in fact different to living in  whal you might call a normal  way. No hot waler, for example.  A wavering of Ihe whole thing  when the wind gets up. A strictly limited scope for pacing up  and down. It's camping, of  course, but in my case  unplanned.  Inevitably I suppose, you  think of people who have lived  in this kind of caravan, George  Borrow for example. I don't  know how many people among  the possible readers will remember George Borrow. Me was a  middle class English type in  Victoria times who, after  school, cut off and went with a  band of gypsies.  This was strictly a non-thing  to do in those days, but Borrow  did it, fought fights at fisticuffs,  and became a member of Ihis  very exclusive tribe. His book,  Romany Rye. might very well  be looked for by people who  roam the second hand stores.  They were tinkers. They  dealt in tin and fixed people's  pots and so on along the way.  They were also notable pilferers, and horse traders, and their  womenfolk told fortunes (cross  my palm wilh a piece of silver).  They were, as many people  have said, quite charming, but  they were definitely 'foreign';  and what with Iheir pilfering  and their artful horse trading  and their fortune telling, and  their preference for living in a  vagabond way around campfires  in dells and at the edges of  forests, etc., they came to be  looked at with some suspicion,  In a nutshell  Special Touches  CLEANING SERVICES  wishes a very  Merry Christmas 8c  Happy New Year  to all our clients.  885-4457  if not alarm.  They were, however, certainly survivors and they carried on  Iheir caravan life for hundreds  and hundreds of years. Stories  grew up about them all over  Europe and the British Isles.  Plays and operas had gypsy  themes and characters. A  favourite one had a child stolen  away by the gypsies who turned  out later to be the duke of somewhere or other.  They were sufficiently a factor in the '40s for Hitler to make  a determined effort to gas them  all in his ovens, but clearly a  goodly number survived, but  what sort of life you wonder can  they live now.  They have a recognized king  we understand, and he lives, I  think, somewhere in Manhattan  these days but where do they  find the roads for their great  horses to amble along, drawing  Ihe caravans on their endless  migrations?  Where also do they find the  dells and dingles, just off a main  road, where they like to camp?  And what sort of a life can you  stuart nutter  make these days as an itinerant  tinker? There are slill Italian  knife-sharpeners walking up  and down the city streets ringing Iheir handbells, but when  was Ihe last time a dusky character wearing a red bandana  handkerchief round his neck  asked if you had any pots to  mend?  Outside Ihis possible caravan  the house has now been raised,  carefully, an inch and a bit on  this side and an inch and a bil  on lhat, as far up as it's going to  go.  A brisk hammering now goes  on from 8 am on as the walls of  the new place get built and take  the weight above, and the house  as we knew it is firmly fixed  nearer the iree tops. An unusual  enough kind of move, I suppose.  However, my motorless and  horseless caravan here can still  give me some feeling of being  on the good old, romantic old,  open road. Sure I know that lhe  open road is covered with rushing diesel trucks and so on, but  we can dream, can't we?  Opening Dec. 5th 10:00 a.m.  Guyscapes X-Mas Tree Lot  Hwy. 101 & Pell R(>.id, Roberts Creek  Ijrgc selection oflocaUy grown tree* Ixnli live & cut  Wreaths. Also, red cedar hedging $35.00/100 (1 '-3')  tail  M4$44  /T\ream  Weavers  We offer sparkling, creative  solutions and selections lor  Christmas gift giving.  Call and let us create for youi  Moira Zealand   lane 'iWitttctcm  885-1975 885-5416  Amnesty local takes up Peltier case L  Handcarved from Red Cedar __,  REASONABLE PRICES ��� Call 885-9694  OPEN: Fri, & Sat. 10am-4pm.  Sunday 12 ��� 4pm ___��  Human rights group seeking retrial in Minnesota  hy Keith Thirkell  The local chapter of Amnesty International has taken up the cause of Leonard Peltier,  a Lakota Sioux from South Dakota who is  serving c��tt**eoutive life sentences after conviction on charges of murdering Iwo FBI  agents on the I'ine Ridge Reservation in  1976. ���  Amnesty is currently promoting an  Indigenous Peoples Campaign, emphasizing  Ihe impact of 500 years of European oppression on the aboriginal peoples of the western  hemisphere, and the Peltier case has a local  twist.  Peltier had lived in Canada most of his  life. After the murders he fled to Canada and  was finally tracked down by the RCMP.  What ensued was an extremely complicated  and controversial extradition process. The  minister of justice at the time under Pierre  Trudeau was Ron Basford, who now calls  Halfmoon Bay home.  Amnesty International has taken up the  case arguing lhat there is substantial evidence to indicate the FBI fabricated essential  evidence which prompted Basford to  approve the extradition.  education notes  Basford, retired from politics, refused  comment on the matter when contacted at  his home.  Amnesty is also concerned that after  Peltier's extradition, he did not receive a fair  trial. The human rights group is pressuring  for a retrial in Minnesota.  The minister of justice at  the time under Pierre  Trudeau was Ron Basford,  who now calls Ha\fmoon  Bay home'  Originally three suspects were arrested in  relation to the murders, bul two were acquitted when evidence showed thai FBI agenls  fired first and the Indians replied in "justifiable self-defence." But the judge in Peltier's  case rejected the self-defence argument.  Said local Amnesty president Shirley  Hall: "The local A.I. group has resolved lhat  we would like to bring M.P. Jim Fulton to  the Sunshine Coast for a presentation concerning this matter and see if he could per  suade Mr. Basford to publicly acknowledge  that an error of justice may have been committed."  Fulton is spearheading a campaign by 55  Canadian MPs which is petitioning the US  governmenl lo hold a retrial and a new extradition hearing in Canada. One of Ihose MPs  is Warren Allmand, Basford's colleague and  solicitor general at the time of the original  hearings. Fulton has responded to the request  saying he wants to come to the Coast to discuss the case.  Board elected  The discussion about Peltier surfaced at  the local chapter's recent annual general  meeting, at which a new board was elected.  Hall, who is also on Amnesty's national  board, was elected chairperson and Rob  Borque was elected vice-chair. Jay Hamburger was elected to handle the dossier on  prisoners of conscience.  Amnesty will also be holding a Write-a-  thon Dec. 10 (International Human Rights  Day) at Trail Bay Mall in Sechelt. There will  be a raffle with prizes by local artists and at  least one bottle of Hall's world famous  Egmont Tonica blackberry wine.  RIDE "THE WORLD'S BIGGEST  GOLF CART" aboard a  Eastern Caribbean cruise on  Norwegian Cruise Line's Norway  March 6, 1993  fmiatunU-W  885-8964 or toll free 1*979-8584  5517 Whart St., Sechelt  Sell New*  Roll End*  print  "arlous sixes tor SS, $10 and $15 each  - In Qlbsons at 537 Cruice Lane  - In Sechell at 5521 Cowrie St.  The word from the Ministry  of Education is not encouraging.  School Board treasurer Tim  Anderson announced at last  week's regular school board  meeting that funding for educa-  tion will probably see no  increase next year.  "The message we got," said  Anderson "is, if at all, there will  be very little increase for the  district next year."  Though the spending projections are as yet unconfirmed by  members of the ministry's treasury board, Anderson said the  suggestion was in response to  large deficits predicted over the  next two years.  The figures indicate that  should educational spending  remain unchanged, deficits of  $2.6. billion and $4 billion are  projected for 1993/4 and  1995/6, respectively.  Anderson wrote in his report:  "Education represents some 20  per cent of the government  expenditures and, as measures  are introduced to curb the  deficit, it can be reasonably  expected that the system will be  affected by spending reductions."  Anderson later said he was  reluctant to say what might be  cut from the local budget which  presently receives a total of  $20,267,923. He said il could  affect "a whole realm of things.  "It's really hard to actually  speculate until it's coming down  the pike," he said.  Historically, he added, the  board has always tried to maintain a sufficient number of  classroom teachers.  Elphinstone  Secondary  NEWS-  Stay In School  Olympic Wrestler, Chris Wilson, addressed Grade 8's  last week, encouraging them to make positive lifestyle  choices, including staying in school.  The Stay In School Report recently presented to the  district is available at the Elphinstone Secondary office.  Any member of the community is welcome to review it.  Senior Boys Basketball: 2 Games, 2 Wins  In the first games this season, Elphinstone's Cougars beat  the Chatelech Eagles 95 to 23 and Pacific Academy 63-56.  In the latter game Adam Gibson and Adam Fielder scored  18 points each, complementing a strong game by Jesse  Agnew and Mike Griffin. Congratulations!  Child Abuse Prevention  Last week, Anita Smith, a volunteer from Canadian Reu  Cross, addressed Grade 11 students on the subject of  child abuse protection.  Report Cards  Report Cards were distributed to students November 16.  If you have not received one, copies are available from  the school office.  XMAS BREAK - DEC. 19 To JAN. 3/93  HAVE A  CELEBRATE NEW YEAR'S EVE  WITH US!     0     3  DINE & DANCE  till 3:00 am.  Live Music with  -WINDJAMMER"  Dinner includes Appetizers  and late night snacks, plus  a glass of Bubbly at  midnightl  LIMITED SEATING O  Call now for Reservations  885-0900  1TLLZLSJOO\[S  5663 Teredo Street,  On the Waterfront at Inlet Ave., Sechelt  OPEN TUES. - SUN. 11:30 AM - MIDNIGHT  Fully Licensed ��� All major credit cards accepted  mmm Coast News, December 7,  1992  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  community  T  l*at Soil Newsprint  Roll Ends  ���5J   -SilnK^  Various sites lor $5. $10 and $15 each  "*���****�� ffm- T -'" Gibsons at 537 Cruice Lane  !ltWW t ��� I" Sechelt at 5521 Cowrie St.  �� \ v*�����h���-"as*****.*.......-.**���  Native stun teller Juhnnt  Muses weaves a tale for  students at Cedar Grove  Klrmentun Thursday as part  of a tour of the Coast's schools  prior to performing at the  Ravens Cry Theatre  this past weekend.  luel Johnstone pholo  ^^     for the finest in area dining  Dining guidE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  El Nino Seafood House  Cmtt Gary to Book Your Christmas Party  Fresh Seafood our Speciality  Dally Specials  Quick Lunches by Day  Oceanview Fine Dining at Night  Tableside Flambes  Reservations Recommended  Marine Drive Gibsons Landing ��� 886-3891  FAMILY DINING  Andy'i Rtttaurant - Lunch and dinner special every day- Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib  Nighl. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza, Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's greal  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  11 am - 2:30 pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday ���  Saturday 11 am ��� 10 pm.  Tht Boat Houm - just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the West,  East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us  after 5 pm for dinner or for our  spectacular Sunday Brunch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals are just  some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch,  please let us know and we'll make  the necessary accommodations. For  reservations call 921-8188. All  major credit cards accepted.  Cata Piarrot - 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-Thurs 9 - 5. Fri & Sat 9 -  9. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square,  Sechett. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9%2.  Dar Ltbanon Raataurant ��� Come and  join us for Lebanese cuisine. Lunch  and Dinner features include Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian  dishes, Shishkebabs, Fatafels, Cappuccino, Espresso and Desserts.  Mon - Sat 10am - 11pm, Sunday  11am - 11pm. Eat in or take-out.  Catering for parties and weddings.  Everything we make is made with  love! Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy,  101. at Pratt Road, Gibsons, 886-  3572. Visa and MasterCard.  Licensed.  Haid-A-Way Raataurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy,  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-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.  HHIiidt Family Raataurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Cibsons. Family Dining wilh Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and burg  ers, homemade soups, pies and salads, and entres. Daily Specials.  lake-Out available upon request.  Licensed & air conditioned Open  Sun - Thurs, 11 am - 10 pm. Fri &  Sat 11 am-Upm. 886-2993  Tha Omega Raataurant ��� 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 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch and dinner Mon. - Fri., 11:00 am - 10:00  pm. Sat. 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm. Sun.  4:00 pm-9:00 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger ��� Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secret Cove. Lunch and  dinner served seven days a week  from 11:00 a.m. Lunch specials  daily. Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  pizza 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.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  New China Kitchen ��� GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar & dessert. Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thuisday 11:30 am ��� 9 pm. Friday  & Saturday, 11:30 am - 1000 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 Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - localed 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Pub  open noon - closing. Kitchen  hours: Noon-8:00 pm.  Irvine* 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 the WTN-  kitchen Noon - 9 pm. For the WINTER MONTHS ONLY,   we  are  closed lues. & Wed. Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard & Visa.  Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner. Observe the  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle at your  table. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesdav - Sunday.  Lunch 11 am - 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885*3847.  Chai Philippe Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. The fire is burning every evening in our rugged  stone fireplace. We have candlelight, fresh flowers, linen table  cloths and napkins on our tables.  Soft music is the final touch to set  the scene for a relaxed evening of  fine dining. We have an extensive  wine list and friendly, professional  service. Your hosts Chef Philippe  and Karen Lacoste invite you to  have that special dinner you go to  Vancouver for, right here in Gibsons.  A NIGHT TO REMEMBER New  Years Eve: Call for details at Chez  Philippe.  Creek House - 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 & Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino ��� Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around Ihe 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  llambe 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.  Pebbles ��� On The Beach ��� Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by & sample Ihe fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8-3, Dinner Reservations  Recommended. In the heart of  Sechelt at the Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie t Gmn'i Drive In - Take oul, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  (or orders under $10. Hwy. 101  Gibsons. 8867813.  L���  Library  fines new  way to help  food bank  Gol any books lhat should  have been relumed lo the Gibsons and Districl Public Library  weeks ago? How aboul months  ago??  Here is your chance lo get  Ihem back where Ihey belong,  avoid paying fines, and benefit  others all in one easy trip.  For Ihe monlh of December  only, Ihe Gihsons and District  Public Library will accept  donalions of Tood for Ihe Gibsons food Bank in lieu of paying fines on overdue library  books.  Jusl bring in your overdue  books and some items for Ihe  food Hank and Ihe library will  erase your fines and get the  food to Ihe people who need it.  Help keep the communily 'well  read and well fed.'  george in gibsons  by George Cooper  "A service of thanksgiving  for Ihe life and witness of  Edward Necl Henniker" was  held last Tuesday, Dec. I in St.  Bart's, Gibsons.  "Ted" Henniker died al noon  November 27 In St, Mary's  Hospital after an illness of little  more than a month. This  December 28 would have been  Ted's 8Isl birthday.  Ted and his wife Belly first  came to Gibsons in 1955 when  Ted was transferred to the Bank  of Montreal branch here. They  remained in Gibsons unlil transferred lo Rossland in 1%."!, a  transfer thai kepi Ihem away for  10 years. Ihey relurned lo Gibsons in 1976 lo build Iheir  retirement home on franklin  where they have resided since.  Ted entered tho hanking profession upon graduating from  high school in his birthplace,  F.ndcrby. Banking look him lo  branches in Ihe Fraser Valley,  Kamloops, Victoria, Trail,  among others.  Edward Henniker 1911 -1992  One of Ted's duties as bank  manager was lo lake Ihe payroll  in cash lo lhe mill al Port Mellon over the gravel winding  road, not always with an escort,  and distribute il lo lhe mill  workers.  A member of the Kiwanis  Club here Ted was, as Ozzie  MERRY CHRISTMAS! <������  Christmas Qltt  Certificate  tor hall-hour  Famillarliatlon Flight  Be die One  "Behind the Controls"  Al^P AVAHaAPLE  SHE THE  MAGNIFICENT  LOCAL GLACIERS!  Sljlhtsveint; Tnurs  Fmm tbe Air  _    $42 per hour/each person  AVIATION LTD.  Sechell/Glbsotts Altport - end of Field Kiuul ��� 885-7677  Ilincks recalls, Ihe club secretary for three years from I960 to  1962, and was one of ihe hard  working members who put in  hundreds of hours to construct  Wonderland Camp, which provided holidays for crippled children, on a site near Ihe present  shopping mall in Wilson Creek.  Ted Henniker was a quiel  man, a reserved'man; so private  a person lhal he wanled no eulogy at his funeral service. There  are many individuals who  remember his concern for them  in their times of grief or of hardship. His community work at Ihe  Gibsons and District Library  extended over many years - as  director, secretary and just giving general assistance like picking up Ihe mail, book sales, and  serving an evening shift at the  counter. Very few of usktiew of  his four years in Ihe Canadian  Army in WWII.  His golf partners appreciated  his quiet sense of humour and  they tell of his final round with  them hardly a month ago. He  was anticipating, too, the curling  season that he had always so  enjoyed. Bolh he and Belly have  been supporting members of Si.  Bart's over Ihe years and Ted  often supplied the Sunday flowers from his well-cared for garden.  One of those who knew him  well said "Ted Henniker always  had the lime at work or away to  talk lo you."  From the order of service  leaflet lasl Tuesday - "Rest eternal grant lo Ted, O Lord."  -*m  Pebbles from the past  *mk iiiiinl?  \a***_____e4rimA. - a.v.   >������"?' _ ���*-������<<*��-���*'  LADY OF LOURDE8  This church was situated on Indian band land in Sechelt. In 1906  disaster struck and the original church burned to the ground.  Pictured above is the second church which was built in 1907. The tali  white tower was often pointed out to people on vessels moving up and  down the coast. On a clear day the steeple could be seen in Nanaimo. The  church was built by skilled band labour under the direction of Ellis and  Ivar Hermanson, master carpenters. Sadly this magnificent structure was  destroyed by fire on October 24,1970.  <Pebif(e  cs  REALTY LTD.  THE STAFF OF PEBBLES  REALTY WISHES YOU AND  YOUR FAMILY "THE BEST  OF THE FESTIVE SEASON."  Your local B��.i Esutt Company ��� QibionTouiT'���  Bo7335^T��rai7l9Aln7,^"t*a"r*!*,******T^*******a"���"*'  Bo. 335. Power  Polnl  Rosa, Q^soni, g"c!  Phoia��: m-��IQ7, Van, toll l,ee DSI-3Q4.  a^��  < community  by Beverley Shipley  After last week's column  regarding parking problems in  downtown Roberls Creek and  Ihe store's application for a  variance permit to slacken regulations for parking, the store  owners have stated that this  week ihey hope to acquire  approval.  There will be nine parking  spots which will be on private  store property al approximately  where the existing building is  located now. Then a new building will be constructed with  plans already approved by the  regional district. There will not  be an expansion as stated last  week.  Comments made at the last  RCCA meeting about the possibility of turning the grass area  behind the library into downtown parking are not associated  with Ihe store.  School News  The school's Christmas  Concert to be held on the  evening of Tuesday, Dec. IS  will also have a dress rehearsal  on the afternoon of Monday,  Dec. Mat 1:15pm.  Parents and family are  encouraged to attend the  rehearsal to help alleviate the  problem of overcrowding that  has arisen in the past few years  at the concert. As the school  grows this has become a rather  serious problem.  Seating capacity will be  closely monitored this year and  emergency evacuation routes  have been chosen.  The old days of standing 10  deep at the back of the gym are  over and the school has been  forced to limit attendance. Consequently school staff have  decided to provide each family  with two tickets for the evening  concert and ihose who don't  use theirs are asked to turn  them back in for re-issue to  other families.  Christmas break this year is  from Dec. 21 to Jan. I.  Carolling  M,|t'|S Christmas carolling time  aggj-i fV\<l you are invited to  sing carols the night of Saturday, Dec. 19.  The plan is to meet at 7 pm  in downtown Roberts Creek  and go along Beach Avenue to  the picnic site.  If enough people show,  there will be a second group go  along Lower Road. Please  bring flashlights.  Peace Committee  The Sunshine Coast Peace  Group is having a Christmas  Pot Luck supper on Friday,  Dec. 11 at 5:30 pm in the community use room at Roberts  Creek Elementary. Everyone is  welcome.  Library News  Christmas is getting close  and one begins to think about  all those Christmas stories  remembered from childhood. If  you want to recapture those  memories visit the Roberts  Creek Library and choose story  books from the display section.  Whether it's The Night Before  Christmas or a Dickens classic,  you're sure to find the Christmas spirit as you leaf through  pages.  Creek Beaver News  The Creek Beavers had a  very busy week with their  annual camp in the box adventure held at Camp Sunrise.  Boxes were magically transformed into trains ready lo venture across Canada.The beavers  and their guest colony from  North Vancouver wenl on a  hike on Keats Island. For more  beaver information call K.  Trueman at 885-2282.  HAPPY  BIRTHDAY  VICTOR  BONAGURO  *%^aU<u*Mom&?bad  Coast News, December 7, 1992  the  R���AL 6STRT��� CORPI6R  by Herb Craig  REP: GIBSONS REALTY  .Looking  Ahead  Part 5  The final Mortgage Program in called SALE-LEASEBACK and in  some small measure it's been done in Canada. Very simply, our  Senior Citizen has accumulated significant equity in his home. He  wants to stay in the home but the taxes and maintenance are now  exceeding his ability to pay. In addition, physically doing the  maintenance is now beyond him. Normally, Ihe result is a sale and  the loss of his home  Using the SALE-LEASEBACK technique, an investor purchases the  home and leases back the dwelling to the former owner at a fixed  amount tor an agreed upon term. 1 he Senior gels his equity in cash,  is relieved of the maintenance worry and gels to stay in the same  home The investor gets a realistic return on his investment plus the  appreciation on the home. Its a win/win situation lor the right person.  In Canada, this is being done but not very often Generally, the  Seniors are reluctant to sell because they don't want to lose the  ownership ot their homes.  YOU WILL BE [SOLD]ON MY SERVICE  Em  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS REALTY LTD. $86-2277  The recent balmy weather lends Itself to kite dying except when the wind becomes too strong, as  happened Dale Lacey Monday afternoon. Joel Johnstone pholo  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  Sechelt is beginning to look festive as merchants and families decorate their stores and  homes for Christmas.  Yuletide carols and songs can be heard in the  shops and a wealth of gifts and toys are displayed  to entice everyone. For many, in these difficult  economic times, these displays are fun to look at  but their purchases are fewer and more carefully  selected.  Home made gifts  Homemade gifts are appreciated but it is not  always possible to find necessary handicraft supplies. This surprises me, considering the large  number of people in the community involved in  handicrafts. For some, any purchases are out of the  question and the Elves Club then fulfills its function. Application forms for hampers are now in the  local newspapers and at depot sites.  Attention bargain hunters  There are some bargains for the careful shopper. Harmony, the duo of Reg and Lynne Dickson,  released a lape called Christmas With Harmony,  which previously sold several thousand copies. It  is available again at many outlets on the Coast for  $10. The benefit lo the buyer is a collection of  Chrislmas music. The benefit to the community is  that the funds raised will be going to Breakaway,  the alcohol and drug rehabilitation program for  datris bay nevus  youth. Local quillers, the Fat Quarter Quilt Group,  is raffling off a beautiful quilt with funds raised  also going to Breakaway. Tickets are available at  Sew Easy in Sechelt.  Second chance for Polnscttlas  If you missed the Festival of the Written Arts  poinsettia and book sale on Dec. 5, you will have  another chance to attend. They will be selling  again from Dec. 7 to 12 from 10 am to 4 pm in  Iheir Christmas quarters on Cowrie Street next lo  Kafe Kitago.  Writers forge  Members of Ihe Writers' Forge are holding  their Christmas pot luck dinner on Dec. 9 at Rockwood Centre beginning at 6:30 pm. Their annual  writing contest has a deadline of Feb. 15. If interested you can pick up the information sheet at the  Coast News.  Music society  The Sunshine Coast Music Society's Yuletide  Pops Concert featuring orchestra and chorus will  be presented at Raven's Cry Theatre Dec. 11,12  and 13 with tickets available at the theatre box  office. This should be a wonderful Christmas treat  and I expect tickets will go fast.  The Figure Skating Association is welcoming  any age hockey players to join and hone their skating skills in a power skating team. This will begin  in early January sq register soon if interested.  00  j$kM-mWL-  Here We Grow Again!  RE/MAX "top 20" Realty is pleased to welcome to its  growing team of Professional Realtors  Ken & Lorraine Goddard  Ken comet to RE/MAX ai in  experienced top producer with hit  former company. Hit wilt  Lorraine comee tt hit llctnttd  itilitinVattoclatt.  They invite all patt client! and  thote who require protettlontl  rttl ettttt tervicet to conttet  them tt the offlct 886-2670 or  their residence 886-7172.  RE/MAX hit emerged It  Canada's leading nil tittta  organization with more thin  30,000 sales associates In officii  across Canada ind thi U.S.  committed to hiring only proven,  experienced, protettlontl  realtor*.  Chances are we're going to sell your home.  Why not call us first?  886-2670 Van toll free 682-7392  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  Happy birthdays to Devon, Jenny and May of Teddy Bear Day  Care. Hope lots of good things come your way.  Get well soon to Rona LeDuc, under Ihe weather for some time.  Also good to see Eileen Nelson home and on the road to recovery.  Please remember to come to the general meeting of Ihe community association at I pm, Dec. 8 in the hall, 5123 Davis Bay Road.  After a short meeting Reg and Lynne Dickson of Harmony will sing  some of their originals, some carols and help us sing awhile to bring  in the season. Do bring a can of something for the Elves hamper.  Speaking of the birds and the...  My reporter in Mission Point tells me Marmaduke, the sandhill  crane, is doing very well. The Reifel Wildlife Sanctuary does not  want him and says his natural habitat while in the north gets as cold  as it will ever get here. The crane hangs around the pond along with  ducks and four turtles.  The turtles began as a pair left in the pond by former residents.  These Iwo have produced a little one two years in a row. Now the  adults are as big as dinner plates. At the moment they are in the mud  bottom of the pond for the winter.  My reporter also told me an interesting account of watching ducks  nest around the pond. At one point, two years ago, just after one duck  had settled on a clutch of 20 eggs, the Sechelt Indian Band moved in  with huge equipment. They off-loaded and prepared to build a levee  to stop flooding in the area. My reporter approached Chief Paul and  pointed out the sitting duck. He asked how long it would be before  the eggs hatched and was told Ihree to five weeks. Chief Paul immediately ordered all the equipment back onto the trucks and withdrew,  not to return for five weeks. Thank you, Chief Paul.  Do not forget lo write your ideas for highways, parks, waterfront,  etc., to Rob Buchan. He is busy working on the community plan.  THE SUNSHINE COAST MUSIC SOCIETY  presents  yiiktide CPops  CONDUCTED BY: Ltftl VtTttOiX  A Concert of Classic, Modern, and  Spiritual Christmas Music  with  The Soundwaves Chorus & Orchestra  Soundwaves Ensemble Group  The "Choralations" Childrens Choir  Featured Soloists including  soprano, Layle Kenyon  December 11 and 12 at 7:30 p.m.  December 13 at 2:00 p.m.  RAVEN'S CRY THEATRE  Sechelt, B.C.  Raven's Cry Box Office Telephone 886-4673  Tickets: $12.00 for non members  $10.00 for members, children 8c seniors  wd Coast News, December 7,  1992  CHRISTMAS PRESENTS!  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HWY 101, GIBSONS  PtnUSf HSfBouf cuslomtrs   OOC   9CCJ  pmstc��Li.eoiLicT   ooo-Mtw  by Lynn Mees  Another quiet week around  lhe Moni, and winter is definitely upon us. Watch Ihose water  pipes of yours.  Well, the Kgnionl Communily Club will be having ils  Chrislmas parly on Dec. 18, a  Friday night. Santa Cluus will  be Ihere for all Ihe wee folks, so  come and join the festivities on  lhal evening.  Pat Thibodeau and Shirley  Mall prepared a presentation  about public transport from  Bgmonl for lhe regional district,  and the presentation was  favourably received. There is  support from BC Transit, so  now Ihe ball is in Ihe SCRD's  court. The Pender Harbour  Heallh Clinic has also written a  letter in support for the application of transport.  There are new hours al Bathgate's which are from 8 am to  5:30 pm Monday lo Friday, ll  was 7 am to 5:30 pin. The  weekends are slill �� am lo 5:30  pm.  Happy December birthdays  to Angela and Jospeh Silvey,  George Beardmore, Don  Devlin, Michelle Beardmore,  Pal Thibodeau, Billy Griffith,  Lew Larson, Guy Thompson,  Eileen Griffith, Vera Grafton,  Tyler Silvey, Cliff Silvey Jr.,  Michael Fearn, Dean Bosch and  Jacob Mees.  Anniversaries: Rob and May  Silvey and Katie and Don  Devlin.  Students at West Sechelt Elementary arc offer-ng a creative Invitation to popular children's I  author Robert Munsch. The primary class ��� wilh a little parental help - is sending him a quill along  wilh the book "Laurie's Karale Lesson" In hopes he'll come fur a visit. Joel Johnstone photo  halfmoon bay happenings  WHEN YOU  HAVE A  NEWS TIP  CALL  885-3930  by Ruth Furrester, 885-2418  Al a recent meeting of the executive of Ihe Welcome Beach Association, an interesting proposal  was made and passed. It was suggested that those  attending the Christmas dinner and social at the  hall be asked if they would care to bring along a  donation for the food bank. There will be a box set  up in Ihe hall for the donalions of either food or  cash to be passed along lo families who may noi be  fortunate enough to enjoy the turkey dinner which  will be served on the evening of Dec. 12 at the  Welcome Beach hall. If you plan to attend this  pleasant evening of food and carols you would do  well lo make reservations right away or you may  be disappointed. The numbers lo call are 885-4590,  885-9269 or 885-9032. Price is $12 each and tickets must be picked up on Dec. 7 or 8.  Ronnie's News  For Ihe benefit of Ihe many friends who have  been asking if I had heard from Ronnie Dunn since  she wenl back lo Scotland, the answer is yes. She  phoned last Sunday and then a letter arrived Tuesday giving all her news. It has been a very busy  lime for her, gelling her house in order and she has  fallen in love with Maggie, Ihe little while Scotty  dog who was there lo welcome her. She was welcomed with banners and balloons by family and  friends.  There was just one thing which she had forgotten since living in Scotland and that is how cold it  tmrmnnmvmm.  Notice Board  Ongoing events must he updated monthly  Wc reserve the right lo edil submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-prolll events ol genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior lo the event.  can be. ll is a different kind of cold from this part  of the world, one in which the wind seems to pierce  right through. I know what she means, since it was  the climate which made us leave bonny Scotland.  Once again Ronnie asked me to express her  thanks lo all who had given her such a wonderful  send-off and says to give everyone her love.  New Owners  A warm Halfmoon Bay welcome to Scott and  Marian Shoemaker, who lasl week took over the  B&J Store in Halfmoon Bay. Marian will no doubt  be already known to many residents from her years  at Headquarters llairstyling in Trail Bay Mall. We  wish them all Ihe very best in Iheir new venture  and our good wishes for the future to former owners Uli and Bill Lucas.  Bernlce Mattel Passes  A funeral service was held Saturday al Ihe  Roman Catholic Church in Sechelt for Bernice  Mattel, who passed away lasl Monday.  Bernice was Ihe devoted mother of 10 children,  six sons and four daughters, and lhe beloved wife  of Andrew Mattel. She is survived by her children  and husband as well as 24 grandchildren, all of  whom will miss her.  The Martels originate from Quebec have resided  in Halfmoon Bay for approximately 20 years. Relatives from Quebec and the US attended the funeral  to bid their lasl farewell to a much-loved lady. May  she rest in peace.  '������- i  I  haibour watch   ii d  MONDAY, DECEMBER 7  Arthritis Sell-Help Qroup Christmas meeting,  10am ��� 12 noon, 1256 Point Road. Inio: 886-8838  Qlbsons and Sechelt Sunshine Coast  Business & Professional Women's Clubs  joint meeting, 6 pm at Illusions Supper Club,  Sechelt. Everyone welcome. Call Cheryl, 886-  2682 or Lorrie, 886-7760.  SC Spinners' S Weavers' Guild meeting. 7:30  pm al Kirkland Centre, Davis Bay. Info: 886-2131,  885-3866.  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8  Post Partum Class, 7 - 9 pm at Gibsons Public  Health Unil. For info: Jeanette McBain, 885-7777  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11  SC Peace Qroup annual Christmas Potluck  Dinner, 5:30 pm in Roberts Creek Elementary  Community Use Room. Bring a lavourite food and  your own cutlery and dishes. Join the festivities!  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12  Breakfast with Santa, 8 am at Gibsons Yacht  Club. Adults: $8, children under 12: $4. Tor  tickets: 886-8500.  Pottery Sale at Coast Potters' Guild, corner of  Hwy.101 and North Rd., Gibsons. Lots lo choose  trom - reasonable prices.  Silent Auction Fund-raiser for Qlbsons  Elementary Grades 5,6 & 7.10 am - 4 pm in the  school gym. Also rallies lor great Chrislmas  Items.  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13  Peta photographed with Santa. 10 am - 2 pm in  Sunnycrest Mall. Two photos lor il. all proceeds  to SPCA.  Advent Worship service, 10 am, followed by  ethnic dishes potluck dinner at 12:15 pm al Living  Faith Lutheran Church, Coast Highway and  Whitaker Rd., Davis Bay. Meal followed by  'Carols and Ihe Organ' by Steven White and other  musk;. Lonely, financially strapped and searchers  warmly invited.  MONDAY, DECEMBER 14  SC Home Based Business Association first  annual Christmas Party, 7 pm al New China  Kitchen, Gibsons. Bring your favourite cassette  tape. RSVP with a message lelt with Darla, 885-  7061 by Dec. 6th. Let her know il you need a ride.  WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 16  Schizophrenia Society of BC, SC Branch  "Sharing at Caring* Support Group meeting, 7  - 9 pm at Kirkland Centre, 4602 Slmpkins Rd.,  Davis Bay. For inio. or a ride, call 886-3534.  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17  Seniors' Social Christmas Party, 2 - 3:30 pm at  PH Aquatic S Fitness Centre. Free.  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19  Carol Ships, boarding 4:30 pm sharp at Tyee Air  Dock, Porpoise Bay, returning approx. 7 pm.  Tickets $5, contribution to SI. Mary's Hospital,  available al Talewind Books and Sew Easy. Due  10 tide restrictions departure time cannot be  delayed.  MISCELLANEOUS  Gibsons Scouts Annual Christmas Tree Sale,  Dec. 11, 12 & 13, if supplies last, at Sunnycrest  Mall. To pre-order your tree, or lo special order a  live or very large (9-11 tt.) tree, call 885-6472 or  886-8081. We deliver.  Locally grown Christmas trees for aale by  Sechell Beavers and Cubs at Trail Bay Mall, Dec.  11 & 12,18 & 19; Fridays 3 ��� 7 pm, Saturdays 10  am - 5 pm, while quantities last.  Festival of the Written Arte Book and  Poinsettla Sale, Dec. 7 - 12, 10 am - 4 pm  beside Kale Kitago, Cowrie St., Sechelt.  PH Aquatic * Fitneaa Centra will be closed  Dec. 21 - Jan 1 lor maintenance and repairs.  Reopens Jan 2, 2 - 4 pm, lor 1st Day Swim and  Winter Program registration.  St. Mary' a Hospital Thrift Shop will be closed  Irom 3 pm. Saturday Dec. 19 until 10am, Tues.  Jan 5. Donalions will not be accepted during Ihis  period.  Qlbeons Outreach Tean Centre Is open Thurs.  a Fri. 3:30 -10 pm, Sal. 10 am ��� 11 pm. Sun. 1 ���  8 pm.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, 716 Winn Rd.,  across Irom Post Office, Gibsons. Displays are  constantly changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours ot opening or to book a tour: 686-8232.  "Living with Cancer" Support Qroup meetings  in Gibsons and Sechelt. For Info re: limes and  places, call Pearl al 886-8369. All welcomel  Parent Tot Drop In at the following locations  from 9:30 - 11.30am: Qlbsons United Church  Hall. Mon., Tues.. Wed., Fri.; Sechelt St. Hilda's  Hall, Tues.; Wilson Creek Community Hall,  Thurs. For info call 885-5881.  Gibsons and District Public Library is open  Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9:30-2:30;Thursdays  2:30-7:30; and Salurdays 9:30-2:30. For more  inlormation, call 886-2130  MONDAYS  Breakaway Parents Support Qroup. Is your  child acting out? Using substances? Do you need  a loving, accepting, 12-slep support group? Join  us at 7:30pm, 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons. Call  886-2423. 42  Sunshine Chorlatera practise al 7pm in St  Hildas Church, Sechelt. If you enjoy singing,  please join us. For into call 885-4405. 42  TUESDAYS  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38: Exarelaa  Class, 11 am at Harmony Hall, for into, call 886-  3544; Bridge starts 1 pm, lor Info call 686-7685.  WEDNESDAYS  Caregivers' Support Group meeting, 1 - 3 pm  at Kirkland Centre, Davis Bay. For inio. call  Barbara, 885-5144 or 885-1934.  Newly formed Women's Dive Club meets second Wed. of every month at 7 pm at Seasport  Scuba. All lemale divers welcome.  Sunshine Toastmasters, every Wed. al 7:30 pm  at Chatelech Secondary. Learn communications  skills and public speaking. Everyone welcome.  Navy League Cadets for males & females 10 lo  13 years ol age, 6:30pm in Gibsons Legion Hall.  Continuous registration year round. Uniforms provided. Call Marc, 886-7089.  Qlbsons Pensioners Branch #38: Carpet  Bowling al Harmony Hall, 1:00 pm. Inio: 886-  9271. 43  Children's Story Hour, 10 - 11 am al Wilson  Creek Hall, sponsored by WC Reading Cenlre  and WC/DB Community Assoc. Bring a snack.  Volunteers invited as readers, library helpers  and/or hosts. Info: Hilds, 885-9863 or Reiko, 885-  5264.  THURSDAYS  Sunshine Coast Twins or Triplets Club meel  lirst Thursday of every monlh, 10 am al  Rockwood In Sechell. Anyone interested bring  your children or call 885-7679 lor more Info.  Birth Control Clinic al Coasl Garibaldi Heallh  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday Irom 7 lo  9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment necessary. 885-7770. 42  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets afternoons  f2:30-2:30pm, call 886-2692. and  evenings 6:30-8 00pm. call 886-7159, at the  United Church, Glassford Rd.. Gibsons.       42  Qlbsons Penslonere brsnch #38. Bingo al  Harmony Hall, 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome. Info:  886-9906. 43  FRIDAYS  Gibsons United Church Thrift Shop, open 1 - 3  pm in basement at rear, off Truman Rd.  Qlbsons Pensioners Branch #36 activities at  Harmony Hall: Painting lor Seniors, 10:00 am;  Tai Chi at 2:30 pm; Carda al 7:00 pm. Info: 886-  2131. 43  SATURDAYS  SC Minor Hockey Meat Drawa, 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 Tours, Weekly group  lours by appointment only. 4381 Parkway Rd. (off  Field Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-4136 42s  o  by Jacalyn Vincent  Support is always welcome  for this society so please try to  make an effort lo attend the public senior housing meeting on  Dec. 12 at 1:30 pm in Ihe community hall.  Pender Harbour Library  The Pender Harbour Library  will be closed from Dec. 19 to  Jan. 5. The library would like to  wish everyone, including members, a very Merry Christmas  and Happy New Year  Community Hours  Very well loved son, friend  and established community resident Kevin Duncan was taken  very suddenly from us recently.  Kevin will always be remembered by the community and  loved ones.  Dr. Vance recently passed  away. He was our local chiropractor for many, many years.  He was also well loved by the  community and family and will  be very missed.  Christmas Cards  The In Lieu of Chrislmas  Cards event is now underway.  This is a great chance for wishing your friends and neighbours  on the Coasl the best of Ihe  Christmas season and for helping Ihe auxiliary to give hospital  patients some of the extras lhal  add so much lo their comfort  and happiness. Please mail your  name and contribution to Ihe PH  Auxiliary, Box 101, Madeira  Park, VON 2H0. Deadline is  Pec. 15 and if you would like a  receipt please enclose a self-  addressed envelope. For further  info contact Joan at 883-9072.  Optimist Club  Here's a club full of fun and  fulfillment, if you are 19 years  of age or older and would like lo  see improvement in this community and are willing to  improve Ihe opportunity of our  young people, you are an optimist! The club boasts along with  leadership and training, valuable  interesting programs. Cost of  membership is only $30.  As The Tide Changes  Thanks lo everyone who  helped celebrate the 100th birthday of Garden Bay and to Patty  Hall.  A special lhanks for baking a  special cake.  Microwave buffs - don't salt  food before you pul it into Ihe  microwave oven. Salt is a crystalline substance which replaces  Ihe microwaves and can cause  food lo heal unevenly.  It's a good idea to gel your  overseas and oul of province  parcels in the mail.  Until nexl week - be good lo  yourself.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Camp Run  CEDAR-RR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  ������Si Coast News,  December 7,  1992  community  Balma's vision a product of self-awareness  by Darah Hansen  Life began after 40 for  Donna Balma.  ll look a radical change in  lifestyle, a change in physical  environment, separation from  her family, iwo years of therapy  and five years of isolation.  But now, at Ihe age of 57,  Donna Balma, Ihe artist, has  emerged with her own artistic  vision.  The evidence is ihere in the  paintings and sketches scattered  throughout her Roberts Creeks  sludio. It's in the pottery on the  table and in the cupboards, and  on Ihe canvas of Ihe as yet  unfinished works.  ll can be strange, she admits.  She points up above the  kitchen lable lo two works in  black and white. She said Ihey  were part of her first show. Each  sketch reveals a different version of a fool in a cast. She'd  broken her fool, she said, and  ���pent lhe rest of the summer  drawing il.  Around lhe corner is a more  exotic, erotic version of the  accident: a woman bathed in an  erotic green light, lying down,  naked except for the cast on her  foot.  Her subjects are chosen  instinctively, she said, providing  a combination of religious zeal  and sensuality.  Bul she hopes there is a little  humour in everything she does  loo. "I think my work always  has a layer of absurdity to it,"  she said.  Almost hidden among other  papers on the wall, a cartoon  head of a woman peers out. The  words 'If I hear the word Environment one more time I'll  puke' come from her mouth.  Balma laughed at the memory of when she drew that. It was  all she could do after trooping  through the Caren Range with a  group of artists in the pouring  rain looking for ancient cedars.  "It was loo hilarious for me,"  she recalled. "I couldn't do anything else except some stupid  thing like that."  The comfort with which she  talks about the work, il seems as  though she's been at it all her  life. And though she admits that  she's always felt she was artistic, she'd never picked up the  paint brush seriously until after  she was 40 years of age.  That's when she came back  to Ihe Sunshine Coast from England where she'd lived with her  husband and daughters.  It was 1974, she said, looking  the date up on a ceramic plate  her husband had made commemorating their return and her  first impressions of the place  were negative.  Coast artist Donna Balma (left) receives the (Jillian Lowndes  Award from Joan Lowndes. Joel Johnstone photo  "I hated it," she said. "I absolutely loathed it. After 15 years  in England, I'd forgotten how  uncivilized and raw it was."  But just by staying that feeling changed. She said she began  to feel the sexuality of the land  in all its rawness.    "It's too sexy,"  she said. "This is  where I discovered  myself as a woman,  as a  being.1  She'd never  experienced that  feeling before, she  said. "All my ^___  female role models  vanished very quickly."  Her mother died when she  was seven and, shortly after, so  did her Grandmother. Lacking  the important female influence,  brought up by her strict Italian  father, she felt enormous  amounts of sexual confusion.  Add to that the social expec  I bad to  rediscover the  female, gender, person I'd been  before my  mother died'  ���Donna Htilma  little credibility as a woman, and  the confusion doubled.  A product of the Beat Generation, Balma said she delighted  in the Jack Kerouac style of living: smoking, drinking black  coffee and being "heavy". In        many   ways   she  identified with his  male heros and kept  herself free of  women's frivolities.  But at the same  time she was slill  regarded as "her  husband's wife" and  "molher to her chil-       dren."  The end result  was what she described as a  "very schizoid sort of trip.  "I felt like a piece of shit,"  she said. "I had to rediscover the  person I'd been before my  mother died."  Her eldest daughter left home  first. Then it was her turn,  though at first she didn't know  tations of the time that gave her      she was leaving. She went to  Vancouver to gel a job. Her husband interpreted that action as  leaving him, she said, and he  wenl to the United Slates.  Alone, she said she felt like  she was 18 again. She couldn't  make up her mind as lo which  course to follow.  Prom Vancouver, she went lo  Toronto lo become a registered  massage therapist. From Toronto back lo Vancouver to become  a writer of short stories and  radio plays to which she devoted nearly 10 years of her life.  "Looking back I should have  not given that length of lime lo  writing. When you don't start  life unlil after 40, you don'l  have a lot of time lo wasle. No,  not wasle - lo indulge yourself."  Bul she thought if she was  going to pursue writing seriously, she would have lo go to  school.  Not accepting that option,  she chose, finally, lo paint.  It was then she came back to  Roberts Creek and for five years  locked herself away, isolating  herself against external influence.  It was a difficult, but necessary move, she said, because of  the many social influences that  had become ingrained within  her, obscuring the true images.  She recalled the first time she  made a life drawing of a man,  "my vision was a big cover up  for my emotions. I absolutely  could not see genitals. I would  look through them.  Finally, a friend said to me:  'Look, if you're going to draw a  penis, you have to look al one."  Her companions became the  trees and the "guiding spirits" of  the four women artists she'd  invited in to help shape her art  and her femininity - Emily Carr,  Frida Kahlo, Georgia O'Keefe  and Barbara Hepworth.  The need for that kind of isolation is now past. She gels out  now to mix with neighbours, her  daughters and her new grandsons.  That says to her that she's  come unto her own and Balma  says she's comfortable with the  vision she's created and with the  path she chose to achieve il.  "Life experience is very  important to me," she said. "We  can all try to imagine something  but it doesn't take the place of  experience."  She's into large work now. A  huge collage of herself and  friend, Mandad, sits in the studio, bursting forth with colour,  awaiting the finishing touch.  "It has a sense to me of  'overwhelmingness'," Balma  said. "I find life overwhelming  and I want it that way. I want it  all."  Music society presents Yuletide Pops Concert  Christmas is coming, less  than a month. What better way  to welcome the season than with  a delightful evening of Yuletide  Pops music produced by the  Sunshine Coast Music Society.  The concerts are scheduled in  the comfort of the Raven's Cry  Theatre Dec. 11, 12 and a matinee Dec. 13.  The society, under musical  director Lyn Vernon, has established a solid record of popular  and successful concerts and  musical theatre including last  summer's Anne of Green  Gables.  This Christmas, they are  readying a run of three concerts  featuring 110 musicians.  B&K  The Soundwaves Chorus,  with 52 voices will perform 10  pieces ranging through Gounod's classic Sanctus, a delightful  Deck the Hall and a sampling of  rousing spirituals.  The group is particularly  thrilled to present an arrangement of Swing Low, specially  written for this concert by Ken  Dalgleish of Roberts Creek.  Solo highlights include Donna  Gatland. Pat Forst, David Dyk-  stra, Doug Campbell, Trudy  Diening, Monica Acciaroli,  Brian Corbett, David Morgan  and Carol Stewart.  The Soundwaves Orchestra,  as well as accompanying the  chorus, will present Dvorak's  Slavonic Dances and The Overture from Orpheus and the  Underworld.  Debuting at this concert will  be the society's 12 voice ensemble choir Timbre, and an accompanying combo.  CHRISTMAS GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE  For the Dolt-Yourselfer and The Trades  NEED TRACTION? WE HAVE SANDBAGS  Fertilized Lawn & Garden Soil* Concrete Lawn Ornaments  Manure & Bark Mulch ��� Landscape Fabric - 6' & 12'  ��� Sand & Gravel & Lava Rock  HOURS: TUES -SAT 9 AM-4 PN CLOSED SUNDAV S MONDAY  632 HOUGH ROAD & HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday Dec. 8,7 pm  A Discussion on Bill #84  Join Ernie Tjensvold to discuss the new labour code.  7:30 pm  Arts Update  Chuck Tkachuk's guest Ihis month is Beverly Tanchak  8:00 pm  Drug Abuse...Adult Rehabilitation on the Sunshine Coast  Kieth McNichol from the Port Mellon Mens Rehab Centre.  8:30 pm  State of the Art  Woodturner Gary Kelly demonstrates his art.  9pm  An Introduction to Toastmasters  Wednesday Dec. 9,7pm  A Future for Health Care on the Sunshine Coast ?  Ray Skelly, Dr. Jim Petzold and an audience with host Jane Sorko.  9 pm  The Time Has Come  From the Canadian Mental Health Association.  Thursday Dec. 10,7 pm  Parliamentary Talkback  Live Phone-in  M.P. Ray Skelly, and M.L.A. Gordon Wilson join host Harold  Fletcher in the studio for the last show of the season.  Spm  Choices- Expanding your Aliveness  Another in the series from host/producer Cathrine Fuller  8:30 pm  Chronicles of Pride  The work of artist Patricia Richardson Logie hung in the Rockwood Centre this summer. Join Pat for a tour of the show.  What's Christmas without  children? Janice Brunson's 21  voice Choralations children's  choir will round out the program.  Tickets are available through  the Raven's Cry, 885-4673.  @��8pB <= ^oB@  Bing<  ...   lundny Ntulus  ,v) oratn 3 "ill 1  Election Meeting  Weil, December 9  7:M pmllhwr I'rize  Jasltals cktors    I���_T_ 77: , I  5*,.17 is I  Closed Sundays   |  CRIB NIGHT  THURSDAYS  8pm SHARP  3064 I .ower Road ��� 886-9984  tf_4fajt  IT, (jievxii  Here We Grow Again!  RE/MAX "top 20" Realty is pleased to welcome to its  growing team of Protessionai Realtors  Teresa Bartrim  Teresa haa been a resident of tha  Coaat tor 3 years and comes to  RE/MAX as an experienced top  producer with her former company/  Before choosing a career In real  estate, Tereaa worked as a  Personnel Officer. She strongly  believes in professionalism,  Integrity, understanding and hard  work. Quality service is a #1 priority  with Tereaa. She Invites all her past  clients and those who require  professional real estate services to  contact her at the office 886-2670 or  her residence 886-4958.  Chances are we're going to sell your home.  Why not call us first?  886-2670 Van toll free 682-7392  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing  & Toy Centre  10% OFF FOR AU SFNIORS  Madeira Park Centre  OaU'rTfewuf'i  .MARINA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  8S3-.2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  MARINA  883-2888  SHI. 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These days, making quick pencil strokes  over a drawing in his Gibsons studio, or  talking about his trip to view lhe Gulf War  up close, Chaplin still gives off an aura of  angular intensity.  Amongst the pencils, magazine clippings,  air brush nozzles, spider plants and a complicated filing system sel up against one wall of  his sludio, not all of Chaplin's recent works  reflect Ihe scenes of exploding Armageddon  for which he's known, though. Instead, there  is a bear crossing n fallen log in the Car-  manah, the cool sweep of a glacier and the  intricate form of sandstone on Penman  Island: beautiful and solitary.  For Chaplin, however, drawings from his  "ecological" art and his lurid scenes of  nuclear destruction are part of the same  concern with survival.  For over 25 years, Chaplin has used his  art to light everything from air pollution, oil  supertankers, global warming, and the'arms  build-up to "working in unsafe conditions,  ingesting tons of chemicals."  Often that's meant his paintings aren't  comfortable lo look al: in one painting,  "Feast", a starving child watches while a  vulture rips the guts oul of fallen soldier.  Chaplin doesn't offer apologies. "Il's the  duty of art lo reflect the times we live in," he  says. "If we don't deal with it, we grow up  with twisted minds and we go into denial.  "It's a way of saying 'This is your fate' ...I  offer Ihe pictures to ram it down their eyeballs."  Perhaps Ihe most dramatic example of  this has been Chaplin's "ail nuko" series of  paintings, depicting explosions of billowing  mushroom clouds and the glow of radiation  dispersing over many of the world's major  cities.  "Nuclear war was always one of my concerns. I felt other people were putting all this  effort into ignoring it," says Chaplin.  The first painting, "Getting Bombed in  Vancouver," was done as a joke in the mid  1970s. Since then, the series has evolved  into an almost 20-year project, including 18  finished paintings and 10 more currently in  the works.  Not everybody has appreciated having  their social consciences prodded.  Some, like the Disney corporation, threatened Chaplin with lawsuits after he painted  Mickey Mouse watching a nuclear explosion  over Fantasyland.  Others have objected to images like a  mushroom cloud fanning out over the head  of a crucified Christ behind the Vatican.  These days, Chaplin doesn't play up his  nuclear art to the same extent he used to.  "You can only nuke so many cities in the  world before people start blaming you for  Iheir problems," he says.  But he hasn't stopped painting the series,  and has also spent over $60,000 showing his  exhibition in cities worldwide.  "What keeps me going is they don't give  up," says Chaplin. Even wilh the end of the  Cold War, he says, "Every time I turn on the  news there's another country that has  acquired nuclear weapons...It's not over. It's  gotten vastly more unstable."  During the Gulf War two years ago,  Chaplin travelled to Jordan with his "art  nuko" series, and al one point set up studio  in the lobby of his hotel, where - horrified by  the burning oil wells - he painted "Stop The  Black Rain." In that picture, black clouds  billow above an earth bleeding red, and  snakes of charcoal drip over the bruised  horizon.  Chaplin is the first to admit lhat like other  events he's staged for Ihe media, "Really  what it amounted lo was a piece of performance art...It does no good to be a poet  wandering in the woods if you have no audience."  For years Chaplin has done some of his  own "wandering in the woods" near a concrete studio/bunker on the Skcena River,  where in time off from drawings of destruction, he's been inspired to paint northern  scenes like the Bear Glacier, the Stikine ice  cap, and a wilderness scries combining Bate-  man-style realism with the airbrush techniques of fantasy illustration.  The rest of lhe lime he now spends on the  Sunshine Coasl, alter moving from Vancouver two years ago. "The dumbest thing 1 ever  did was not come here immediately," says  Chaplin, of his time in the Lower Mainland  after leaving Detroit over 25 years ago.  "Vancouver is a horrible place. I can't work  there very well."  Often working on several hundred drawings at once, Chaplin works up to a full -  sized painting gradually, incorporating  Because ot both his suDjeciirialler and his  use of airbrush painling, still noi widely  accepted in fine art circles, "the galleries  won't handle my stuff," says Chaplin. "So I  have lo be my own sales rep."  Some of Chaplin's original art now goes  for $15,000, bul it hasn't made him rich.  To help finance his paintings, Chaplin has  occasionally applied his training as a commercial artist to illustrations for Playboy,  Budweiser, and the Vancouver trade and  convention centre among others.  "Anybody who comes up to me with  enough money, I'll paint anything they  wanl," says Chaplin. But at the same time,  he acknowledges, "you can't call the military  industrial complex the most evil thing in the  world and expect them to give you a pay-  cheque."  Despite the overt messages in much of his  art, Chaplin is the first to contend, "Nothing  influences people that much.  "You don't play 'Born on the 4th of July'  to a group of Vietnam vets and they change  to the other side...but it's whatever you can  do.  "My other choice was not to do anything.  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'feRIAN^HOORNG & ATTIC VENTILATION^  BEnOOFINO SPECIALISTS 'LEAK REPAITIS  ���LOMANCO- WHIRLYBIRD ATTIC VENTS  ��� KEEPS VOUR HOVE COOL IN SIA.MER  ��� PREVENTS CONDENSATION IN WINTER  BBB LICENSEOSlNSUREDFREEErjTIMATES  SeflWNG THE SUNSHINE COAST  |B85-4*-i60[  T.A.C.  .Electrical A Phimblng  Resktentlal ��� Cornmerclal  Water Healers ��� Electric Heat  radoralic. No.OVM  886-3344  If you iAH*ri;  you'll   lie  VOiii '><���! t  ,inri here,  iMV.t yhoily  \   HI I'll K I.OIU.AT SI K\|( I  , Excavalinit  I and saape  Coaslracllon  ���Bawkllllng       -Oraliutfp  ��� Low Impw 16 Stlccl land  Oearlfig  n��a 886-8538  - 220-8767  If you aw/urc advertising here  yoil'cl 111* r.-.iilaii.|  ..laaa.a!  yourself - Anil so would  evcryhody s:ls��* Coast News, December 7,  1992  13  .sports  4:50  9:25  2:10  11:50  13.8  11.5  13.8  2.8  FRI TIME HT. FT.  7:25 15.6  11 12:40 11.3  FR    5:05    13.7  5:30 14.5  8  10:20 11.17  TU    2:50 13.8  11:25 2.0  SAT TIME HT. FT  12:30 1.3  12    8:00 15.8  SA    1:30 10.9  6:00 13.4  6:10  9 11:05  WE    3:30  11:05  15.0  11.7  13.9  1.4  SUN TIME HT.FT.  1:10  8:40  2:20  7:00  18  15.9  10.4  13.0  6:45 15 4  10 11:50 11.6  TH    4:15 13.9  11:45 1.1  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson     i~*���>*~~>m~-mt  Pecltlc Standerd Time *V*r .���*���>���-***��������������������  aM.MantaaaaKhll. rthaa  Tide Tables Courtesy nf  Wrestling champ tours schools, brings message  by Jane Seyd  He demonstrated shoulder  throws, a classic half Nelson,  and in between he talked to  teenagers at Chatelech about the  importance of setting goals and  how it's "hip to be square."  Chris Wilson, a twenty-four  year old wrestler who's been a  two-time Canadian national  champion and a recently member of Ihe Olympic wrestling  team, spoke lo students Wednesday about how he got  involved in the sport, and Ihe  kinds of pressures he encountered along Ihe way.  Wilson told students he first  got into sports in junior high  school, but hardly possessed  Ihe physical appearance associated with serious jocks. "I  weighed aboul 80 pounds," he  said. "I was tine of the smallest  guys in my school."  At first, he tried hockey, bul  kept running into the problem of  facing much bigger players in  his own age class.  "Every time I got the puck I  gol killed."  Wrestling, divided by weight  class, meant he was competing  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MARINE SERVICES  ��  CONTOUR  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  V^SHOWnOOMMI HWY. 101- GIBSONS- D.C. ��� PH/FAX: 886-319j<  If yon ui/cro ,nl\��t'itiMni| hen;  yon'cl l>t; rfsariinci ahout  s.,M.,r-S(��|f   -   An*-!   *;e��    -n'OfllH  everybody ���:!*->*:  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  E>cki*<ve DtotorstMp lo the  SumliaroCoislfor  Yamaha  Outboards.  Excetstlonel quality  itinMceptionatly  low price.  FMturtaa  Yamaha's new  Stem Drive  PRECISE  PAINTING &. 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Irei, tackle HBj-j��OOa  IL  ENTERPRISES  Welding and Fabricating * Equipmanl FMpalra  Stoof * Stainleaw Steal * Aluminum  otwlnp In* Forte*, manna and Conetrvctlon  Induetrleo on the Sunahlne Coaat  SHOP A MOBILE  HowMouun    M��ani    cil. im-msi  Wrestler Chris Wilson demonstrates his form ��� part of a lour or Coast schools.  against others ot a similar llie  and stature.  hiiiti high schtxil on, Wilson  pursued the sport seriously,  placing first in the world in  luK7 and coming in eighth at  Ihe recent Olympic games in  Barcelona.  Around the time he was gel-  ting serious aboul sports though,  said Wilson, he was also facing  olher pressures.  minor hockey  "I hung around wilh some  guys who got involved in drugs  and I saw how it hurt Ihem  ...They can make you feel good  for a while, but il's not such a  greal thing."  "One of the things I have a  problem with is I saw my parents do it...My dad's an alcoholic..A lol of limes we see our  parents doing it and we feel ils  okay for us to do it."  On the topic of wrestling,  Wilson stressed lo students that  Olympic style wrestling is different from the kind practiced  on TV by the likes of Hulk  llogan. "We don't lie there and  pretend we can't get up."  Included in the talk was a  demonstration of several moves  which landed student Tyson  Balon on Ihe mat in various  holds.  by Dan McLeod  Another successful meal draw was held at the  Wakefield Inn on Saturday. Remember lo come  out and enjoy the afternoon and win some nice  meal prizes. More minor hockey people would be  nice to see.  Atoms - Saturday, Wings 4 vs Oilers 3; next  game Nov. 28 Jets vs Wings.  Pee Wee C - Canucks 7 vs Squamish 3 (H);  Flames 4 vs Squamish 3 (A); next game - Flames  vs North Vancouver, Sunday (H); Canucks vs  North Shore Winter Club (A).  Pee Wee A - Blues 3 vs llollyburn 0 (11).  Bantam C - Sunday, S.C. 3 vs Vancouver T  Birds 9; nexl game Nov. 29 vs Burnaby Minor.  Bantam A - Blues 4 vs Aldergrove 9 (II); Blues  I vs Aldergrove 6 (A); next game Saturday, 28  Port Moody (H).  Midget C - S.C. I vs Squamish 8 (H); S.C. 2 vs  Richmond 5 (A); next game Nov. 29 vs Burnaby  Minor (H).  Midget A - Blues 6 vs Seafair 2 (II); Blues 5 vs  New Westminster 9 (A).  Any company who would be interested in contributing to the minor hockey association call 885-  2507.  The provincial committee is busy organizing  events for the tournament in March.  We are on the lookout for items to put in a promotional package to send to the other zones in the  province. Anyone who would be interested in this  please call the above number.  bridge comer  by Rudy Notzl  The Sunshine Coast Bridge  Club moved their games to the  fauliful new facility of the.,  nior Citiaans.tl.iil at Trail and  edusa Streets in Sechell.  ,   Game times are now Mondays and Fridays at 7:15 pm.  Learn How to Play  Bridge or How to Play  Better: Part VU  We saw how we can open the  bidding when we have five  cards in a major suil (we play  'five card major' system) and  enough points.  But what if we have the  points without a five card  major? That is where the  'minor' suits (clubs and diamonds) come into play.  The principle is to bid the  longer minor and hope our partner 'the responder', will show  Us a major suit (four cards or  longer) which we will be able to  support (raise) and thus arrive al  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  leave your CaVC* at home with us  Pri / Animal Care  Mall Clearing and Forwarding,  Indoor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Check or Lite in Service  CALL .SHARON 885-2228  ���(H|<CaiitaiH(M-UUdi  ^^ IlllfSllfr'lHfff  BONDED LICENSED INSURED   Branchoi Coast To Coast   the desirable major suit contract.  Time lo practise: with a 52  card deck deal yourself four  hands of 13 cards each and see  if ymi*a��mjien the bidding with  any Mt&them.  Pretend the remaining three  are your partners and try to  come up with the correct  response to each one of them  using the four questions mentioned in the last issue.  If you cannot find a suitable  opening, switch a few cards to  make one.  This exercise is especially  valuable in creating no trump  opening hands where you have  to watch Ihe point requirements  and the number of cards in each  suit.  It should give you many an  hour of challenging entertainment during the foggy, rainy  days.  ACBL contest: firsl Pat  Ashby; second, Jean Coyle: and  Pender golf  by Wendy Haddock  Hi, I'm back.  The driving range is open to  anyone interested in pre-paying  $125 for a year's unlimited use.  Winter golf packages are  available for $75 for two months  of unlimited golf.  Christmas party bookings are  still being accepted.  For more information phone  88309541.  Hole in "I" was Hugh  McGinnis on number three with  a seven iron.  Way to be, Hugh!  third, B.J. Miller.  Learn How to Play  Bridge or How to Play It  Better - Part VIII    lii  Now we come to the crucial  stage in the bidding sequence!.  We have our responder as the  captain steering us to the right  contract and we, as the openers,  have the assignment of  'describers', giving our partner  further description of our hand.  We do that by using a set of  four questions:  1. Can I support responder's  major? 2. Can I name a new suit  (at least four card holding) at  the one level? 3. Do I have a  balanced hand? 4. Should I  name a new suit at the Iwo  level? and as soon as we get a  yes answer, we make Ihe appropriate bid.  Which is the appropriate bid?  We classify our hand as 'minimum' (13 to 16 points including  suit lengths), medium (17 or  18), maximum (19 to 21). THe  limitation for the minimum  hand rebid is that you are not to  name a higher ranking suit at  Ihe two level than the one originally opened.  Medium hand is allowed to  name a higher ranking suit if it  has to go to the Iwo level and  the maximum hand cannot only  bid a higher ranking suit but  must also bypass one level (so  called a jump shift).  So practice this and I will  give you a test when I come  back.  The writer will be defending  the country's honour in a tournament in Honolulu, Hawaii and  will return after the holidays.  Merry Christmas to you all!  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Buying or Selling - CALL  The TOP PRODUCERS on the Coastl  M5-3295 or Vancouver Toll Free 681-7931  *-��" 14  Coast News, December 7,  1992  Take Advantage ofour New Cl���*ssified Ad Special  JrtZttSTB your classifiesd ezxezt He  tiincs  ���_V9_%__1 fuzzy J<>t~ only 2 timessl   Coast Nawa (Monday  Clasalfiad Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibaona &  Sechelt Office*  VESTER INTERIORS  * rNMCff MwMMsnwnt  ��� DraMng S��rvK����  BILL 886-3463  Cozy 2 Mrm ranctrei. Lower Gibson. Vegetable and llower ga'-  dan, fruit trees Excellent stanei or  retirement home Asking  J124.900 8603809 50*  3 Mrm. home win 2 Mrm casement suite, central location.  $128.000.666-9245. tbl*  Cleared, 2.2 acres nth ocean  vie*, Soames Point area  J140.000.86LV3350. TFN  Vies. lot. merest Rd. Flat, ready to  DukL 666-2751. 49cn  3 ��� 5 Mrm lamily hone. Mamaid  St.. 1/2 block Irom schools, mall  Fenced garden, carport, large  workshop. Ocean and mountain  views. $150,000 Box 706.  Sechelt. No agents. 49cn  Wanted. Young lamily man seeks  3 - 4 Mrm house with some vendor financing Call Alan 1-926-  9259. 49cn  1560 sq.11 J yr oid rancher. W  Sechell. Close to comer store aM  school 3 Ddrm. ? Dath. living rm.  tamiiy rm. 2 cai garage with opener, lenced Dack yard $144,900  685-4421 No agents please 49w  NATIONAL  NRS GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  6mo.  1vr.  2vr.  3vr.  4vr,   Svr.  Me    S.7S    S.7S    MO    __    IM  10.0     l.2�� | IH I S.10 r��.7��TlO.O  k Prima Rata 9.25*.  For ��� compllmontary marital  evaluation of "your property*  Call  Jerry Ridgewell  Your Resident Realtor  886-2277  7 Love To Sell Real Estate  CLASSIFICATIONS  Hoiiw m Property  atrUie  la I  Thank You  WslOOHIrsJll a  ie. Loot  11. Found  ia. Pasta a LnrMlock  1*. Huak  14. Travel  IB* WMttd  ie. Fno  17. Qareoas Saioa  ie. latter a Trad*  ie.  ��. ForSailo  *s  M. Tmolia  Sa CaVWafaMfl  aa. -  ar.  aa.  n. Wanted lo  30. Bod and Broaklaet  11. For Rem  32. Contmarclal tor Ron!  39. Enttartalnmont  34. Help Wanled  31. Buelneoi end Homo  34. Work Wanted  37. Child Care  33. Business OpporlunlMee  33. latal  44. TooUtotoClaeoVy  OBOPOF-VOOB  Coast New?  At any of our convenient  Friendly  wm People Places ������  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  Ii 4 J STORE 885-9435  In Roberts Creek  ROIIERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885*3400  DEADLINE IS  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  la*aam|   5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Dan Orr and his great staff will help you place  your classifieds at AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour.  H ome on Redroolls Rd.. t acre  lev subdividable * Pack lane,  lenced pad, lott and garden. 2  Ddrm 5 appl.. hydro, lei., city  ���rater Separale gar/sfcp Asking  $152,500 964-6347 or rent $875.  752 Hoy. 101. 50x268 lot. 3 rjdrm.  older house. $165,000 666-9049  At Your Service  Joe Walker  885-22.1*. or 885-7818  if MM tn thmkm$ of f-ui/niy  pr M'/Zmy pftmtrtu ���nnwrv  tm the SmjmMM QDffl ttwi  uwit d pn|WbtMJ who unit  rtvllv WOft ftf yOUt tntrrcst*.  p.V. */*(���*f*  I \J   a���i    Se���/|y ltd  1990 35' Terry Resort, that looks  as good as any '92 and worth  $16,500. I'm looking lor land with a  value anywhere Irom $16,500 to  $25,000. Any ideas? Call Ken at  886-9681 or tax 886-0399 49*  ANDERSON REALTY  * Recreation * Retirement  ���Relocation  FREE  CATALOGUE  5686 Cowrie BI, Boa 1219  Section. BC. VON 3A0  ���48-3411 fax Ma-tan  Van. Toll Free 644-4014  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard,  1400 sq. It, home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5935. ss  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redrooifs,  controlled subdivision, $49,500.1-  228-9680. ss  48' x 330' of prime low bank waterlront 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 garage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jennifer 1-889-  7070. ss  BRIAN & ANNE  PARKER  We have purchasers for  Sunshine Coast properties.  Vour buyer is likely in Greater  Vancouver or major cities  east and south.  We know  how to reach them I  See our marketing plan and  you'll want our listing team  working for you.  Ph: Pager 623-5116  Ree: 925-2427  SUTTON GROUP  SENTINEL REALTY  Rob t Bonnie Paish happily  announce the arrival of their son,  Matthew Robert on Nov. 19,1992,  weighing 6lbs Boz. Proud grandparents are Bob t Jean Paish of  Nova Scotia and Ernest & Thea  Huber of Prince George. A genuine thank you to the staff at St.  Marys. 49w  MAY LUCAS  Although I smile and seem care  tree No one trusses you more than  me There will always be a  neanactie Otien a silent tear. But  always precious memories ol the  days when you were here. From  All lamily and tnenos.        MSfcn  RELAXATION  GIVE THE GIFT OF RELAXATION  10 YOURSELF t YOUR  FRIENDS. ELLEN BESSO,  TRAGER BODYWORK GIFT  CERTIFICATES t SHORT SESSIONS AVAILABLE. 886-8864.  ISOcn  The Sutheriands thank Sandy  McBride lor leaving her strategic  planning meeting tor the  unplanned. 49cn  Dad you know rirst class word processing and laser printing is available in Gibsons7 Confidential  Secretarial Services 846-4740  49cn  Lose weight like crazy' New prod  ud bums >at. controls appetite - no  dieting. 100*. natural $48. 100".  guarantee. 24 hr. toll tree mess. |.  978-7091. I51w  cssT  THE CORNER CLOSET  CaaattaaluuitjaauMAroa  L��igi aefeckon ol ,ui���u idlted  OlkiulLtwUys  am Baskets  GrlSmaar tram 50e t up  Caliasa A toys SO. s up  Plus aAacelaneoua luamj  I aalass Consignment  Fashion. A Acceeaorieo  E nttarae boaido Matty's Vanoly  o, l,i,���, Mull, a liana  Good Selection ul W.nh,, Waal.  BootaAShoea  I'aity Dteasaa A Jaiaaty  886-0146  ?K  ****�������'  Private Countellang  For individuals, couples and families For appointments call Mary  Lang 886-8916. 52*  XnaaisSraoo  "') luttcrings"  H\ /''���<���, Coll 7 oatvatWdt  ��*��.��;��    ������..U��'  cr Open triday ��iu-,rt.O  \���tu���y,jv in r,  �����' Farrnal, Cahanaa  FITNESS FOR FREE!  7:30 pm every Mon. eve at I'nco.  743 North Rd.. Gibsons. This is  your chance to get your fitness  program started with STEP aerobics. NO CHARGE - iust call lo  reserve your siep. 866-4606. TFN  Attractive lady would like company  ol gentleman 55-65. Interested in      G.VE YOURSELF A TREAT  gardening, travel and walking.   Craniosacral, Shiatsu, Polarity,  Reply to Box 387 c/o Box 469  Reiki. 20 yrs prolessional body-  Coast News, Gibsons, BC   49w    *o<k practitioner offers pain relief       and relaxation. Usha 886-2750.  For renl: 1 parking space in Horseshoe Bay, near terry. Avail. Mon-  Fri. 524-1753 49w  Your life is in your hands. Palmistry and I Ching readings by  Doinetna. For inquiries and  appointments please call 885-  0261.  ��49W  J      ILLUSION  J  Plenting A SfjtiUI Occasion?  Illusions Restaurant has Ml  facilities lor large or small  groups. Banquet or  a-la-carte menu available.  For more Wormation cal  885-0900.  COMMUTERS!  Classic heritage apt. avail, weekdays, localed near Burrard t Georgia. Renl neg. 886-9600     #50w  7.  Announcements  QMULIflN WADES  Exclusive Christmas Gifts  from South America  Detailed Stone Sculpture*)  Wi. al Cat-vine* & Batik.  Sliver, Crystal & ('.cm.  Raw Stones (Ojl.nl/, elc.)  Agate A- Amethyst Gcotic.  olx-liaks lx Splietc. on  Various Korka  Polished Agate Coaater  Book F.nil SeU  Exquisite Clay Amazon Poller)'  Christmas Specials  10% -J0% Selected Items  Wholesale Pricet-No GST  Houm Tiles. A Wed. I  a. so pm  llnirs. Fri & Sal II) am ��� 4:30 pm  SS7�� Norton Rd. (off Maaoai Rd.)  Wet Scrhell ��� 885-5178  Adult children of Alcoholics or dyslunctlonal families please call 886-  3849 or 865-4622 for help. NC  Come and see the selection of  sweaters, skirts, dresses,  jackets, coats, slippers, socks,  suits, and also baby dresses.  Also lor sale will be garments  saswn by VERA FULOPP. These I  include jumpsuils, slacks, vests, f  scarves, tablecloths I napkins.  TUESDAY, DEC. 8  3 to 9pm liiuj  For information call Betty at 886-?B/3  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  USED  FURNITURE  Sporting Goods  & Appliances  WC SELL ON COMattOMHtNT  cm 8M-022W)  ALCOHOLICS   ANONYMOUS  885-7883.24 hour line.       TFN  BROOKS* MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moots Paints  FtOTtavimeftr  rriavMSyPawata  a. All (kiloun ol  thelUuit.1*  inctuoSna Omen  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus 885-2923  Has 885-5058  Brown/tan wallet in the Saan's  store parking lot on Wednesday,  Dec. 2. Reward ottered. 886-2197  49w  Gold St. Christopher medal (odd  shape) on gold chain, at Madeira  Park intersection, Wed. evening,  Dec. 2, approx. 5:45 pm. Sentimental value. 883-2666      49w  Golf bag, east of Horseshoe Bay.  885-7566. ��49w  5 month old kitten, black/white  paws, white nose and chest at  Peninsula Market, Davis Bay. 885-  8844 50w  Cairn Terrier puppies, 8 wks. old,  ready lor Christmas or sooner.  886-3134. 51w  2 adult Shar-Pei - reasonable lo  good home. 886-8571.       51w  16' all-purpose English saddle.  $3500.8.0.886-2049        50w  Horse owners, cheap stabling, top  Of Lockyer Rd, RC. 885-479449W  Good children's OH for free  lease.QH incentive fund reg lor  sale to approved homes only. 886-  7248 eves. '  ��50w  Chesapeake -Bay/Lab X puppies  available Doc. 1,5200. Pager ��1-  979-4138 numerical message  only. ��49w  African Pigmy Goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990 ss  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then t Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Marine Fashions.    NC  Help reduce Ihe pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  Exc. tenants with relerences  require house tor Dec. 31. Dianna  886-9408. 51w  VW camperi'ed van in very good  nming conrjtjon. Phone evenings  885-4503. 1w  APPEAL FOR HELP  trom the Port Mellon Man's Recovery House. The tallowing ilems are  desperately NEEDED: Cooking  pots and pans, soup bowls, mixing  bowls, clean men's winter clothing,  men's toiletries, Xmas decorations  and tights (inooor or outdoor), VMS  tapes, cassette tapes. Contact Pott  Mellon Recovery House tor pickup.  664-0099. All donations are tax  deductible. 51w  Sega Genesis in good condition.  886-4561 50w  Storage for 23' trailer. BB6-8B3S  SOw  Printer for Mac computer {reasonable) 886-2622 (ask for Sue)TFNs  Electric piano keyboard (lull size  pressure sensitive) tor college  music studerrl x very limited budget. 886-2513. 50w  Fridge, 30' wide, 60' high or smaller, reasonable price. 886-8097.  BOW  Used card table in good cond. 885-  1980. 50cn  Older mobile home or travel trailer  approx. 18' to 24'. 885-4594.50cn  3/4 size acoustic guitar for beginner. 686-2429. 49cn  Greenhouse space needed for  beginning of Jan. '93.1 provide the  seeds If you can provide the time  and expertise to bring them Irom  germination to the hardening off  stage. 886-9166 49w  Trailer suitable (or 1 person, lo  cccupy Oct. thru Dec. 886-9563  TFNs  Kenmore white 17 cu It 20 FF,  $579: Admiral while 15 cu tt 2DR  FF, $399; Whirlpool almond 14 cu  tt FF, $439: Gumey white slove  30'. $349: McClary H.gold stove  30'. $279; G.E. H.G. fridge 2 OR  FF 15 cu tt, $429; G.E. white dryer,  $239, Hotpoint port. DW almond,  $249; Kenmore 24' white stove,  $249; Viking 30' H.gold stove,  $259: Admiral 15 cu It almond FF  tndge, $449; Kenmore H.D. white  dryer, $249; Inglish Liberator 2 spd  3 eye washei, $369; Moffat built-in  dishwasher. $249: Simplisily port.  dryer (I20v). $189; and more. All  recond. with 90 days to 2 years  warranty, parts and labour. Phone  Bjom 885-7897 or Corner Cupboard 865-4434. 50cn  CONVIRTINO  TO OAST  GE, Jenn-AtV,  MmkCiWA  Caloric  GAS RANGES  oil available at  MCHILT  romffutiuum  Sunshine Coast Hwy,  Sechell  B8S-5756  Yamaha electric organ, model B-  4CR, $500. Phone 866-9127.50cn  Sunshine piano closed till Jan. 10,  1993.885-3168. Hen  Older-style (ridge. Ideal lor fish  smoker. 885-5645. 49w  Dishwasher, new motor needs  work. 886-9271. 49w  Cornplirnentary Facial  Personalized skin care program  customized lor your skin type. Dermatologist-tested. Call today for a  free consultation, Gloria Fritz, independent Mary Kay beauty consultant. 885-5715 ��1w  One adull rabbit to good home.  885-6103. I49cn  18.Barter  and trade  Chichako Ranch  November 30 - January 14  Gourmet Honeys, vinegars and  pepper jellyios make great Christmas gifts. Delivery available 886-  7859 2w  Companion Concept  Obedience training program "The  best education lor your best friend'  Debbie L McKay, Cert. Dog Trainer. 886-2854. ��51cn  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  Kan Dalgleish  886-2843  #  Teller ��� Kathleen and Warren  McKibbin ol Sechell ecstatically  announce the birth ol their lirst  grandchild, Oliver McKibbin Teller  on December 2, 1992 at Victoria  General Hospital, weighing 9ibs  1oz. His parents, Susan and Peter  Teller join with Auntie Eileen McKibbin ol Victoria, great grandpa  Oliver King of Vancouver and  great gramma Roberta McKibbin  of Sechell in cherishing his arrival  BISSETT; Passed away December  3,1992, George Merrill McLeod  Bissett ol Powell River, BC, formerly of Madeira Park, BC, age 73  years, He is survived by his children Josanne Hanlen, her husband Kevan of Powell River;  Geraldine, of Hawaii; Karen England, of Nebraska; Barbara Ross,  her husband Wayne, of Mayne  Island; and 5 grandchildren. Funeral service will be held Wed. Dec. 9  at 1 pm from the Royal Canadian  Legion, Madeira Park. Flowers  gratefully declined. Donations may  be made to the BC Heart Foundation. Arrangements entrusted to  Slubbertield Funeral Home Ltd.  Annual General Meeting  Driftwood Players  The annual general  meeting     for     the  Sunshine        Coast  Driftwood     Players  Society will be held on  Wad. Dae. 16th  at 8:00pm  at the Marine Room in  Gibsons  Please call  Neat Lewis at  886-7573,-,  to update SJ  your  membership  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  To book your Dance Music call  884-5430 49cn  r     RB  Appliance  Service  RANDY BULL  Certified Technician  DOMESTIC APPLIANCE  ��� REPAIR ���  885-6097  or Pagei ToH f im  1-978-1879  SMEROCNCV SERVICE  Mary Kay has Ihe latest colours for  fall! Everything you need to create  a more beautiful you. Also an  exciting line of fragrances, body  mousse, and powders. Great idess  for Christmas gifts! Call Yvonne  Valancius. 686-4643. llw  Does someone in your family have pjan0i |ite new ��� 883-2329  a drinking rjrablem? Call Al-Anon m^_^_^_^_^mm  886-9903. 665-7484, 886-9059. \\^B_WffSU  Al-Aleen 886-2565. NC ||BIEU|M  ��t_________[  ' Christmas Introductory Spwlal  4 lessons for the price ol 2  Al RTyte. ��� I "vol.  OIFT CERTIFICATES avail.  Sieve Glltrow 886-2365  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 c/doz. 886-8039.  TFN  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House for conlidenlial 24 hr. service. 885-2944. TFN  IN YOUR HOME CATERING  Christmas, birthdays. Good  menus, good prices. Call Siggy  883-9929. 50cn  SILENT AUCTION  Dec. 12,10-4 Gibsons Elementary  gym. 150 items. Proceeds to kids  trip to Quebec. <49w  Warehouse Clearance diPietro  Designs. Handpainted clothing.  Open Wed. to Sat. starting Dec. 2  thru Dec. 19. Grsit Deals lor  Christmas 1010 Venture Way,  Gibsons. 686-7069.        *50w  Professional Skate  Sharpening and Repair at  Trail Bay Spoilt  Drop-Ofla  Pander Harbour ��� Sechell Shell  Sechelt ��� Trail Bay Sporls  Qibeona * Frontrunners  ICUbaon. Pi* Ptual  ���FREE VACATION VIDEO*  Book your International trip with  Incentive Travel and you'll receive  a complimentary video of your  travel destination or an alternative  choice. Call Bill at INCENTIVE  TRAVEL, 885-5984 or 1-921-  6131. Bam - 10 pm, 7 days a  week. 1w  Yvonne Barrie is now an outside  sales rep for Elite Travel. 886-  4862,886-2522 51cn  Reno - day flights from $149. London - from $669. Puerto Vallarta -  2 bdrm condo avail, from $450/wk.  Golf pkgs - lo many destinations.  Special reductions lor seniors.  Free passport service. Looking for  the best price? Try us. CaH Bill ol  Incentive Travel at 885-5984 or 1-  921-8131,8 am lo 10 pm, 7 days a  week. 50cn  USED FURNITURE FOH SALE  Items reduced by 10% every 14  days. Dishwasher $205; overhead  range (gas) $395; couch $65; rectangular coffee table and 2 end  tables $115 set; various sifting  chairs $40 and up; teak wall unit  $225; manual typewriter with table  $50; queen size waterbed complete $115; bedroom dresser $50;  cast iron bar stools $40 each, sel  01 6. Car chains 165/195/14 $45;  new garborator $200. On display  at 1023 Venture Way Gibsons.  Call Jack 886-0225 (days)  CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME  Cheslerlield, exc. cond. $150.885-  3698 or 886-3318. 51w  5 pee. dinette suite incl. 4 swivel  chairs, good condition, $150 OBO;  double bed on frame, clean, $75.  886-0043,885-0159. 51cn  BEAUTIFUL CONDITION  Dining room suite, 6 chairs, china  cabinet. Offers 886-7323.   SOcn  White arbwlle>t��effs''lr*'iart  table. $10; cool mlsr vaporizef.  886-9346. ��50cn  Great Christmas present - antk-ue  Dutch wall clock, copper face and  weights, sun and moon piste,  $600,886-7307. SS  4 pc. cheslerlield suite, exc. cond.,  |ust cleaned, $250; single box  spring $ mattress, gd. cond., $35.  685-0159 or 686-0043.      ��50w  White rattan table, 36' glass top, 4  swivel arm chairs, 4' foam cushions, $650; 42 x 70 drk brown dining table with 2x15 leaves, 4 side  chairs, 2 captains chairs, $950.  886-9062. 49cn  Oak dining room suite, 48' round,  22' leal. Four chairs $375. 885-  7872 49w  2 twin size box springs and mattresses. Clean, $75 ea. 886-3714.  tfn  3�� CItw eng Mmrtression tested. Newly recovered, used sofa in fk>  Swap for cash or high performance ral tapestry, $249. Kem's Home  parts. 886-7227 TFN    Fumlsl-n8s' TFN  1969 Buick GS California I's  match 350 Aulo, Nds bodywork  otherwise mint. Swap for best 4X4  valve $2000.886-7227       TFN  Kenmore microwave and vacuum,  $100 ea. or both lor $175. 886-  8109. 51w  Large Toshiba microwave, temperature probe, excellenl condilion,  $150. Price ol small one new. Rob  686-3622. 49cn  Admiral electric range, sell-cleaning oven, timer hood. Admiral 13  cu ft relrig. 28'x62', top Ireezer.  885-9827. 49cn  30' Kenmore elec. range, will  deliver. $100. 666-2622 ask for  Bill. TFNs  Admiral portable dishwasher. 886-  8270. M9cn  As new fridge, $600; stove, $700.  884-2392. #51w  Brand new, never used Kehrinator  18 cu. ft. fridge and easy clean  rang*!, new tone hood tan, white.  $1200.886-4950. #51w  New 5.3 cu It freezer, used 1 winter, $175.885-5396. 50cn  Will buy non-working or used  major appliances. Phone Bjom st  885-7897. 50cn  GE washer, 2 sp., 4 cycle. $250.  8603714. tfn  ROYAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES  at competitive prices.  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  885*2171  0_m7j_m_fm_  Need a gifl from Santa? Nintendo,  gun and 13 games, $175 OBO.  686-2785 Cheryl. 51w  Freezer, older 20 cu II, $200 060.  Arthur 8859659. 51 w  10 gal aquarium, compiele with 2  large angels $50 OBO; (2) ladles  diamond and ruby rings, $150/ ea.  886-3673. 49*  MOVING SALE  Kltchenware, linens, nlc-nacs,  beds, small enamel wood-burning  stove, electronic keyboard  ($1000), furniture, books and  records. Everything must go! 6M-  1203. 51w  Stationary exercise bike, timer and  MPH handlebars convert to rower.  As new, $175, orig. cost $400.  51w  Estate sale. Furniture, glassware,  pottery, much, much more. 885-  5707. 51w  Teak table, B extends to 9', $300;  6 chairs, $10 each; rollaway bed,  $125; electric baseboard heaters  $10 each. 886-7534 after 5 pm.  51w  AKAI stereo $75; VCR $50; 3-  taered record stand $20.866-4566.  51* Coast News, December 7,  1992  15  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special Coast News (Monday)  Ran your* classified ad 6 times,   &$ c,asSNoon R^day  and pay for only 2 times! HJ  sedSuoffic^s  MOVING SALE  Housewares, hide-a-bed. misc  rum., antique chain sa*, etc. 885  5645.  51*  1 Thomas electric organ, double  keyboard. $200 OBO; electnc cabinet sewing madine - needs small  repair; 2 bikes. No reasonable  oiler refused. 886-9271 after 5 pm  51*  15' scroll saw, like new, $100  OBO. 885-7251. 51*  Aider firewood, $40 - you pack up  irucktoad 8856070. 51*  CB taw station. Navaho 459; two  5-walt, 12-channel walkie-talkies;  17" t* a white TV. 865-6352.51*  Ladies while gold Rolex watch  appraised $2500 will sacrifice lor  $1800.865-3995. 50*  8 It. canopy, alum., good shape,  $150; tuner and pair of 65* speakers, make a good gift? Great  sound, $175. d850252.      49cn  Double bed headboard; stenogra-  pher-s desk. 886-0439.       51*  350 Chev engine $325 OBO,. 886-  8M4 51*  Lsdies figure skates, size 9-1/2,  exc. cond., $35.886-2892.  49cn  Beer/wine primary and secondary  termentalor w/air lock, 10 gal.. $25  for both. 866-9346. 51*  Warn winch 8000 lbs with new lair  lead $500.8858150 50w  IBM Selectra typewriter, $150;  Roland 9 pin printer, $125; 3 level  hampster cage, $25.8856430.  ���51*  Astrology pocket computer, Astron  model 2, new, $325 OBO. 883-  2882. #51 w  Olivetti Praxis 40 typewriter wilh  aulo correct. 885-2954.     ��51*  Halcyon queen size waveless  waterbed with deluxe mattress  pad; crib and mattress. 886-8333  ���49cn  '88 Woodmizer 40HD bandsaw   Cheslerlield and cnair 5300. inglis   955 CAT loadei $7,000 885-2503  mil. Trailer pkg < 550 hrs. lap sad-   stove top $200, swag lamp $100. ss  ing attach., carnage cover, auto   All like new 885-5817.       49cn  grinder, tooth setter, misc spare  parts. $22,000 OBO. 886-3001 ss  SUNCO  reMipipppfli  Poors / Window. / Lighling  Numbing / Knthan & Bathioom  Fivtuiat.h:  VIWStLtSKMtfa-XtCAU  ��� ���*��������������  3633 Whotl Rd., Socholt   RECYCLE tV SAVE  Wood stove $100, new 27' boy's  Norco 12 spd. $100, girl's roller  skates (size 6) $20, downhill ski  boots (size 9) $25, roland printer  PR1012 $275, TV channel converter $50.8358867 eves.   50w  2 prs ladies Nordica size 9 ski  boots used 4X's $45, apr. JVC  receiver 80W w/equalizer $200,  JVC cassette player $75,2 ultra  linear speakers $125 pr, 1/2 of a  float for boal up to 22 ft al Selma  Park break-water $250.8653114  50w  Schrader fireplace insert, good  condition $275 O.B.O. 886-4856  SOI.  Grade 2 shingles $100 for 2  squares. 6850331 50w  Christmas bikes  Boys mountain, girls' - both 20 inch  wheels, Girl's 10 spd, 19 inch  Irame, tricycle. 8855779     50w  Wanted: Printer for Mac computer  (reasonable) 886-2622 (Ask tor  Sua) TFNs  Incorporate recycling into Christmas this year and shop second  hand. FOR OLDE TIMES SAKE  has many, many creative potential  gilts, gift certificates and a lay-  away plan. Come t browse al your  leisure. Bring this ad with you for a  10% discount. The Seasons Best  to you all Irom Karen and I. Sandra  Leach, Proprietor, For Olde Times  Sake, Prall Rd. and Hwy. 101.  8858261. 50cn  Roomy camper, lor small truck,  wooden trailer/hitch. Together  $275060.8856312.      I50cn  Dahlias Galore gifl certificates  available for Christmas giving.  Tubers mailed anywhere in Canada in April. Special...5 asst. varieties $10, plus $3.50 shipping.  Certificates available top of Selma  Park Rd. 886-9620. ��50w  Fisher FP insert, $200; new quality  twin beds Ind. frames, $250; bath  tub pink, $75; wheelchair, $150.  Ph. 6859591 #50w  The Honeyman  Now Selling  Peace River Honey  Parrmwik Apiary Farms  Deiidous Christmas Gilt  Gibsons 886-2604  HO*  Crib with mattress, $60 OBO;  playpen, $30 OBO. 8852604.  MOW  Great holiday gilt! IBM compatible  computer, 2 floppy, 20 MB h/drive,  VGA monitor software, extras,  $400,885-3769. 150*  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.  Two bedroom carpets, 12112' and  lOxii. good cond. $25 each or 2  lor $40; 3 pee. single bed $40.  BB50159. 886-0043. 49cn  Glass top table, 4 chairs, $100:  tree standing Jolly Jumper, $35;  Stihl 064 AV. power saw. $1250  value, sell for $700 OBO. 886-  2595. 49cn  HONEY  Local unpasteurized, by the buck,  el. or 1kg tub. 886-2127.    49cn  Handcrafted solid pine rocking  horses, toy boxes. Great lor Xmas  A lasting gilt 886-2296.      49cn  'Gibson' Iridge and stove set,  Kenmore washer, dryer set. Admiral coloured TV, 26'. 866-6545  alter 4 pm. 49cn  Hall price: Table Charm dinner-  ware set, Victoria pattern, lull service lor 8.6856040, 49cn  IT CAN HAPPEN  The Trail Bay Project: a community waterliont park in the heart of  Sechelt. Memberships $10. Books  and Stuff, Trail Bay Mall. Inlormation 886 2339. 49cn  SEASONED FIREWOOD  Split, delivered  Gibsons $100 cord  Sechelt $130 cord  8850110   49cn  Zoom lens 80-210 Tamron 885-  4447 at Photoavorks $150.   49cn  Heavy duty tandem trlr.. elec.  brakes, ramps. Inspected and registered, $1100 OBO 886-9/70  ���51 w  1981 Dalsun 200SX silver  PW/PS/PB, good condition, $1300  OBO. Sean 8858244.        51cn  1979 Mustang V6, PS/PB. sunrool,  runs good, little rust, $500 OBO.  8850969. 1w  Musl soil! Any offer considered  1965 Renault Fuego, 2.2L auto,  good motor, lots ot new 4 rebuilt  parts. Needs brake lines and  exhaust system. Real bargain 886-  0085 51*  1976 Chev Malibu 4 DR. good  condilion, new winter radiais,  $750,886-9557. 51 w  1975 Nova, great engine, rusty but  reliable, $350.8855345.    49cn  1967 Chevelle aulo st.6, 4 door,  great condition. $1500.886-7859  2w  76 Mercury Monar, $600. 665-  0126. #51*  II you're in the market for a car or  truck call 885-2633.1 will save  you money. Howard Cooper,  D9430. 151*  TOTAL  CLEAROUT  All vehicles  must be sold  40 vehicles  from  $150- $4,950  ajMa>H  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  S043  Wharf Rd.  S.-.h, If  883-4004  1981 Daisun 210. 5 spd hatchback Good running cond $1100  885-19/5 eves, oi leave message  ss  1982 Mercury Zephyr Very reliable 6 cyl. aulo, $795 886-9372  ss  76 Trans Am, 400 big block, aulo.,  elec windows. $899 OBO. 886-  9500 anytime. tin  78 Olds Delia 88, 350 aulo,  loaded, new tear tires, exc. cond.  886-9500 anytime. tfn  '80 Malibu SW, 267 ftcyi aulo. ps,  pb, tilt, nice tamily car. New studded snows. $975 O.B.O. 886-7227  tin  Children's picnic table, $23; cedar '974 Ford station wagon, PS/PB,  wheelbarrow planters $8 and $18. reliable transportation. 885-0238.  8653265. ss    $350. #51 w  Old fashioned sleel single bed  w/circular h/brd, $35; padded moving blankets, $5 ea. 8857678.  50cn  Men's X-counity ski boots, size 6:  ladies X-counlry ski boots, size 8,  $10 ea; two wooden bar chairs  $10 ea; CCM girdle and shell  men's med. $40; Cooper mask  new$10. 50cn  Solid wood interior french doors,  $150.686-6699. 50cn  Loveseat, 2 piece beige, $30;  wooden rocking chair, black, gold  Irim, $30.886-3400. 50cn  Mircowave and cart, $180; mirror  3'x5', $95; 2 small lamps, $25;  micro carl. $55; new record player,  $60,885-6465. 50cn  Canon NP 155 photocopier, 3  trays, 6-1/2'xH", 8-1/2'x14',  11'x17' lor low volume occasional  copying. $369. Call 6B5-2202.50cn  Moving: snapper rolo tiller, bdrm  suite (French Provincial), kitchen  sel, collee table, patio set,  chesterfield, convertible dinette tor  van, air compressor. 885-2618.  50cn  Seasoned lirewood. mixed. $100  cord. 885-2362 morning or  evening. 50cn  Antique diamond ring $500,  assessed $950.885-2704.  50cn  LEE FOREST PRODUCTS  High quality seasoned alder lire-  wood, $95/cord plus delivery. 885-  4614. cellular 1-250-2665.     Icn  AT MILLSITE  Split lirewood $65 cord; clean sawdust, free; 2' common fir lumber,  $350 fbm; bundles of firewood  slabs, $30 bundle; round, peeled  cedar fenceposts, 65c fl. 6652339  eves. 50cn  SMOKED SALMON  Lox, $8 per Ib. Phone Tim, 885-  4818. 50cn  Bakers, Candy Makers, Clatters  Quality plastic boxes 7'x7'x2-t/2',  well below cost price. 6653995.  49cn  Amana microwave. Exc. cond. 700  waits, $125.886-2673.      49cn  7 canopy suitable for S10 c/w sturdy boat rack. 883-9968.      49cn  Dishwasher, good cond., $60;  white crib with mattress, $60.885  6300. 49cn  Apple 2E, 2 drives, monitor, printer, software, $350, Sears 26*  colour TV $100.885-2088   50cn  Alder Firewood, split and delivered. $757cord. Pender area. 883-  2154 49w  Garbage Burner $100, dishwasher  $100 O.B.O., ceramic tile $10/box,  door 3'X6'.8" 58, wash basin $8.  886-9292 49*  Perlect Christmas Present! 8-  room, 2-floor Doll House. Comes  with barbies and accessories.  S150O.B.O.885-3192        49*  Gold/aluminum roll bar and brush  guard, with fog lights. Fits small  size truck $300 O.B.0.885-5263  49w  Enviro fire pellet stove. New.  $1600 OBO. 886-9258. ss  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 685-9969.    TFN  Heirloom  Diamond Ring  0n�� exquisite round brilliant dtoiiond,  .47 carats, wilh 2 marquis .12 caret  dkanonas on erfhei side. >>pro��d ot  S46O0 - Asking S4000 oaSo   eas-7136   Super-S or regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod and light, $125.886-9420.  TFN  GOOD HAY  $5.00/Bale Delivered  Straw $5.0<Vbak.  Call Between 12-1pm  885-9357  TFN  Sewer rodding machine on trailer 3  hp engine, 6 bits up to 10'. Excellent condition. $450 885-9068. ss  Airco Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 885-6276 SS  Grow Greal garlic. Get ready tor  fall planting of large organic garlic.  One pack 20 cloves. ($5.00) incl  postage iplanting instructions.  Send to Organic Creek Farm,  HR��2. S20. C-14, Gibsons, BC,  VON IVO. TFNs  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 886-8204. ss  Parker. Hole 30.06.3x9 Bushnell  scope. Martin 444s Winchester,  Oueen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker 8855467. ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, ergonomic  design grip belt, $850 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  8844240  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES! LUMBER, any  size. Will cuslom cut. 8855669  018855601. TFN  22.Heavy  Equipment  1977 J.D. 410 backhoe. Good  cond.needs heater. $9500 OBO  50cn  1977 JD 410 backhoe, good working condition, $10,800 OBO. 886-  7372 or 885-5730. ss  1969 VW Beetle, white. Excellent  running condition, $1500 firm. 885  5334. ��51w  1977 Suburban, recent engine,  transmission, rear brakes, $1500.  886-2961. 51*  1985 Subaru GL Wagon as is or  for parts $500.886-2219     50w  1975 Mercury Comet. Good  engine, good tires, good brakes,  new muffler. Some rust but good,  reliable car. Complete service  record. $550.886-3845       50*  1981 Dodge Omni 4 cyl., auto, ps,  clean interior $500.885-3337  ss  1988 Toyota 7 pass, van, auto, tilt,  Pioneer sound, absoutely immaculate. $11,400.865-5779        ss  1984 Lynx 4 dr, 5 spd, new all-  season tires. Absolutely immac.  One owner $2650 OBO. 885-9366  lv. mess. 50cn  1988 Jetta Slalom, met. grey,  loaded, 50,000 kms., show rm.  cond,, $8995 OBO. 8858522.  I50w  '77 Dodge 4 dr, rusty but reliable.  Asking $600.885-9285      50cn  EXCELLENT VALUEI  '86 Thunderbird. 43,000 kms, lady  driven, non-smoker, very clean.  $5,695 OBO 886-0971.      TFNs  '84 Reliant, good cond, low kms.  $2501.686-8305 50cn  '64 Toyota Celica GTS. Good  shape. $3700 OBO. 886-7648. ss  1982 Volkswagen Scirocco.  107,000 km. Parked 4 years. No  rust. All service records, GT t 4  tires, ski rack, sunrool, $1,300  invested lasl month, new electrical  (battery regulator, wring, computer) recaro selas last, must sell,  buying Jeep. $4,500 lirm. Call Cirri  886-0312. leave message   49cn  '83 T-Bird, P/S, P/B, C/C. P/W,  stereo cassette, excellenl condition. 865-8651. $3,300       49cn  1986 Pontiac Scooter, standard,  good cond. $2500.685-0695.49cn  1986 Mercury Topaz, good cond.  All options, super clean, $2800  OBO. 666-4926. 49cn  1965 Mustang last-back, 289 auto,  totally rebuilt drive-train. Very nice  cond. $7300 OBO. 686-4926.49cn  1975 Custom Valiant slant 6, good  tires, P/S, clean, $600. 885-2309  before 9 am. 49cn  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $3800.  886-7520. ss  Paris car 1971 Volvo SW runs  $350 O.B.O. 885-5160        49w  '82 Chev Cavalier, 4 dr., 4 sp.,  good cond., little rust. AM/FM cassette, cheap reliable transport,  $950.8852948. ��49W  77 BMW 320 in great shape,  $3500080.885-2310.      #49*  1981 Buick Skylark, good cond.  886-3366 ss  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  685-4004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 OBO. 886-3648 ss  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine slereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli lires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 ss  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2833 or 886-7484.  ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  886-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  W��34. ���      ���"���'�����**  1960 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113.  ss  BODY REPAIRS  St PARTS/PAINTING  Restoration ��� Private  & Dealer Wholesale  TOWING  1178 Stewart Rd.  New N. Ref. Bypat*  t_*____W lleteme _____  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 8859025   ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor the  set, with covers, 866-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 8851943.      ss  1988 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,  mt/exl., rebuilt engine S transmission. Priced to sel! $3650 Call 886-  8510 after 6:00 pm. ss  1971 LandRover ��� 88 complelely  rebuilt. Offers.. PTO Avail. 883-  1975 Triumph TR7 excellent condilion, new dual exhaust, radial l/a  low profile tires Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down lor lamily size  carom ft. camper 885-9066.  ss  77 Ventura, v-6 std only 66,000  mi. Clean, new radiais. $750 885  9553. ss  1985 Citation II. V6. 4 spd. Only  33,000km. $3200.885-9553. ss  77 Camaro, 39,000 org. miles.  White int. excellent. Rusly $950  OBO. 886-2111 ss  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  886-7150.  1966 Chevrolet PU Cheyenne  electronic tuel iniected V6, 5  speed, standard, new condition.  $9400 885-2742. ��50w  '82 5-ton Ford diesel, 3208 Cal  engine. 135.000 kms.,20 It. box.  exc. mech. cond.. $7800. 886-  9600. ��50w  DRUGLORD TRUCKS! $100  86 BRONCO $50  91 BLAZER $150  77 JEEP CJ $50  Sailed Vent. 4x4 s. Boats.  Choose from thousands starling  $50.  ���24 Hour Hotline 101-379-2935  Copyright IBC104KK        8cn  1981 Chev 350,4 spd. good cond  $2500 OBO. 886-9979.       50cn  1984 Nissan 4x4 King Kab. new  tires, tonneau cover, exc. run.  cond $4.000.885-0244 att. noon.  ss  1981 F.150, good cond. $3500  OBO. 8853670. 50cn  Late 1969 F-350 4x4, extra 1/2 Ion  payload w/long wheel base. 12'  deck w/removable sides, 3 large  steel storage boxes, 3 loadbmder  w/4' straps, cloth interior w/conve-  nience group. 460 engine w H.D 4  spd auto, elect overdrive trans,  dual tanks, 36.000 kms. $16,500  lirm. 8652339 59 pm.       50cn  1981 Ford 1/2 ton pickup, $2950.  885*110. 49cn  1991 S10 1/2 ton Chev, low mileage, $7000 OBO. 885-3922.49cn  1 TON DUALLY CAB CHASSIS  1981 Exterior update on 1975  SWB Dodge frame. New Chrysler  RV 440 sleel crank 10.25:1 torque,  beast over $2500 jusl spent, have  bought new truck. $2888. 886-  7227 TFN  1987 Ford Ranger 4X4,6 cyl., 5  spd, custom F.G. Canopy, dual  battery system, overload springs,  new snow tires. Excellent cond.  886-9966 $8500 49w  1980 Ford 250, VB auto., gd.  shape, $1700.883-9362.   ��49w  1990 Chevy S10 4X4,4.3 L auto.,  power everything, very good  cond., $11,900 OBO. 885-3240.  ��49w  1979 E350 Ford van, $600 obo.  885-5717 TFN  Full llie 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.886-8301       ll  I960 Chev 4 ton dump truck, 366  HP, 2 spd. rear end, 6-8 yd box,  $6500 firm. 886-3550 eves, ss  79 Ford 12 passenger van, V8  auto good cond. $3295 OBO. 886-  75200(886-2111. ss  1968 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6. PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700.685-2836,885-7413     SS  '77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van. parts. 885-5102. ss  1981 Ford F250,4x4 with rock box  $5500.886-4599. ss  27' Vanguard Travel Trlr Very  good cond $7000.8855444 ss  1975 GMC camper van. Good  lires. 6 cyl auto. $1000 OBO. 883-  9979 ss  1976 Dodge camperized van,  aulo. prs,p/b. cruise, rear bed. cupboards, iceoox. sink. $1,500 316  eng 8652512 SS  Yes' There is a reliable local propeller repair service 8855278.  TFN  12 ft. aluminum boal $600. 685-  7167. ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  last and in top condition, surveyed  value $8500. otters & trades considered 686-2738 ss  19 It Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust man-  ilold. $3500 886-3457.        ss  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very last,  sleeps 4 Gary Mull design $4?0C  886-3490, 1-977-7349 toll-tree  pager ss  Coronado 15. trailer, similar lo  Laser, nice boat $1600 866-3490.  1-977-7349 toil-lree pager.     ss  San Juan 24. VHF. dry sailed.  fresh wale' 7 5 Honda, exc cond.,  slove, poiia-potti. $7900 886-  3490,1-977-7349 loli-lree pager.  ss  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boat, ��$1700 886-3490. 1-977-  7349 toll-tree pager. ss  12 loot aluminum boat with molor.  885-3229 50w  27' Carver new Suzy diesel,  $15,000,886-9979. 50cn  14' aluminum boat. 9.9 Johnson,  $1100. 886-3400 alter 5 pm  pease. 50cn  27.Mobile Homes  BRAND NEW 14x71  $33,900 FP  ax home FOB factory.  Mutt have own location.  597-3322 tin  NEW MANAGEMENT  Sunshine Coasl Mobile Home  Park is now under new ownership  ano management. We still have 5  sites available for new homes.  Show homes available lor viewing.  Contact ir. HOD, 886-2597, 597-  3322 TFN  1980 Highwood 14x70 mobile for  removal. 3 bdrms.. large master  has bay window and ensuite with  garden soaker tub - circle kitchen  with maple cabinets - live appliances. Venetians throughout,  $29,900. Karen 8856412.      ss  28.Motorcycles  SECHELT MHIIE  SURVEYS LTD.  captain Bill Murray I  MC.MMC   M.N.A.M.S.I  M A B V C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consullanls|  B85-3M3  1978 24'security class'C M.H.,  exc. cond. $11,900. 865-2392.  Also cable snow chains. $45.50cn  25' Triple E class A Motorhome  Generator, rool air, low miles, exc.  cond. $17,000. B86-7237   49w  Johnson 8 HP, musl sell due to  health. Oilers. 885-2342.    50cn  1985 Double Eagle 17-1/2' with  1985 90HP Merc O/B and Calkins  trailer c/w D.S. downrigger etc.  685-7458alter6.$10.500.  49cn  10 ft libreglass $300,12 tt fibre-  glass wilh oars $400, 6 HP  Mariner $400.885-5032.    49cn  17' KC Hardlop c/w colour  sounder, anchor winch, etc. 49 HP  Merc O/B. 883-9968.        49cn  1990 Johnson 25 HP  Like new, 27 hrs. total running,  manual steering, first offer over  $1,000 cash secures. 685-2695.  49cn  1985 16' Canaventure. lull canvas  $600.153 (OMC) or Merc, engine  block $300. 1972 24 Fiberlorm  rebuilt engines, legs and too much  more to list. Appraised at $20,500.  Sacrifice al $11,000 O.B.O. or  trade 686-4899 49w  11 FT.MIRRO CRAFT BOAT  7.5 hp Honda engine and EZ  loader trailer $1700.1469-9103  49w  1987 Campion 250 Haida CB, fully  loaded, exc cond. Must sell  $28,0000.6.0.866-8344    TFN  Good 12 ft. aluminum boat $600 or  trade? 885-7167 ss  198120' double Eagle hardtop 200  HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6). Gibsons  Marina, $17.500.886-2694.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condilion.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.    TFN  1990 Honda 4 trax 350cc. low hrs,  exc. cond., w/tow behind trlr.  $4800.886-9047. 51cn  1992 Kawasaki Ninja ZX 600,  $5000.886-6996. ss  1st $1500 TAKES!  1980 1100 cc Gold Wing (tour)  60,000 kms., lots ol chrome. 886-  0003. I49w  '82 Yamaha YZ490, $1000; '91  Honda CR250. $3100.8864'46.  ���49W  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc. cond.,  garage kept, $5500.886-9595. ss  1981 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculale 25,600 original K's,  $1250 OBO. 686-7378.       ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninai like new,  oilers. 886-8622. sir.  29.Wanted  lo rent  Cabin, min. facilities lor writer.  886-3924. 49cn  Cottage or house wilh studio  space, willing to maintain grounds  etc. 8852397 message.  ��51w  3 bdrm. house with garage in  Sechell area. 1 yr. lease, NS couple with NP needed immediately.  885-5392. #51w  4 bdrm. house, Rbts. Ck. to  Sechelt needed Jan. 1, working  NS, reliable women. Phone 685-  4863 or 885-3719. #50*  3-4 bdrm. home, Gibsons to Rbts.  Ck., tor Jan. 1/93. B86-3663.��2*  Do you have a bam or shed that  can store a 20' travel trailer in the  Gibsons area? Phone 886-7322  49*  Glbtont  Spacious 3 bdrm skylight wall to  wall carpel, patio, brighl, ocean-  view $625.886-7018 TFN  1975 Ford 1/2 ton, low miles,  some rust but strong and reliable,  $1380. Jim 886-3148. 51w  1984 Chev S10 'little blazer' V6  eng, 2 wd, PS, PB, auto OD. New  fires and brakes, good body. Runs  great. Only $2900. Mark 1-944-  7580. 51w  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 + 2  trany, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250 886-3001   ss  1976 Ford F250 4X4 mechanically  sound, $2300 firm. 8854629.151*  OET/4  APS  V /   m*mrHe��n  y-otw  FOR ONE WEEK  111    tWlafaftWlT    Wa)>JF    afV|49faiaVS]f  e_\\*f we #*4MCOft e__\*% f BtflfflOfl  up to 10 word*  35 cent* for each  dltlonal wenl.  free: Lett.  Pound ft Free  All classifieds musl be  pre-paid before insertion tm  Sure Sell Classifieds  $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 lo renew it  by classified deadline * Not available la, commercial adveitheit  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons 886-2622  Wookondor  NOON TUISDAY  Sechelt 885*3930  rjl 16  Coast News, December 7,  1992  Take Advantage of**ur .Xfii' < lassified Ad Sp^trial  Ran yoar classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Business &  Home Ser vie  2 bdrm cottage on acre. Avail.  Dec. 15, Gowei Pt. Rd. $400/mo.  Refs req. Tenant must cut grass  597453a 50*  Gibsons. 1 bdrm bright ground  floor. $450 plus. ArtiTur 885-9859.  51*  Gibsons. Housekeeping rooms,  triage, stove, sink, snared bathroom. 2-S300. Arthur 8859859.  51*  IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY  Small 2 bdrm. new Indge. stove,  lanced yard, pets ok. minutes to  terries and amenities. $650 plus  deposit. 8858700. 51 w  2 bdrm mobile. Madeira Park.  $450. W/D 5259895. 51w  By the beach near Gibsons, lurnished 2 bdrm trailer/addit.. cosy,  pnvate, hydro incl. Avail immed  $425/mo. 6850640. 49w  LANGDALE  3 bdrm house, ocean view, walk to  lerry and beach, lenced garden  No pets, rets. req.. 6 month rental  Aval. Jan '93. $850. 886-9427.  51*  Small cabin to share, $250 per  month plus utilities. Watertront.  NS.ND. 8857898. 49w  CHRISTMAS IN MAUI, HAWAII!  Furn. 3 bdrm, 2 bath house, 5  mins to beach. Avail Dec-Jan 4,  $50/day or ask aboul a weekly discount. 886-2223. 51w  Studio suite, all inclusive, lurnished. central fib sons. view. NS.  January 4, rets req. $500/mo. 886-  7955 or 866-7522. 51 w  Shared house $400/mo., move m  for December. $150. Wilson  Creek. 8850930, lv. mess. #5lw  West Sechelt, 2 bdrm. suite, 1150  sq. ft. incl. hydro, cable, Indge and  stove, W/D, no pets. NS/ND.  $700/mo. 8856277. #51w  3 bdim. house on acreage,  Roberts Creek area, $7257mo��� no  dogs, refs. req. 6653152 or 437-  3701. #51w  Large 2 bdrm. trailer, wood stove,  oil furnace. 4 appliances, kids and  small pels OK, $600/mo. 885-  0238. ��51w  West Sechelt - unfurnished V  Sdrm. in a new home. In-door  heating, N/S, $450/mo. I share  ulils. 879-5979. #51w  Sunny, oceanlront 1 bdrm. suite  on 2 levels, balcony, skylights.  $1300.886-3774. #51 w  2 bdrm watertront conage. wood  and oi! heat, cable met. now to  May 31. SeOCmtn 438-3643 50*  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  febblts  Don Sutherland  2 BDRM Condo. like nenv  Franklin Rd Rels $79CVmo  2 BDRM Older "Charader*  Home, Private Waiertront  Franklin Rd Rels  886-8107  ,575/monrh  Cory 2 bdrm house, central Gibsons, spectacular view, oil and  wood neat Avail Dec. 1, Can att  5 cm 8858923 50w  Jan 1 view Hopkins Landing. 3  bdrm plus den. garden, parking,  hoi lub. w'd. wood stove, tree.'er  $7507mlh. n's prefer. 1237 Port  Mellon Hwy Phone 277-4725.886-  6162 50w  Waterttoni apl m Secret Cove, n/s,  no pets. $450.885-9368 lv. mess.  50cn  1 bedroom suile Dec 15 Selma  Park. $600/mo. 885-7719.  ��50w  Spacious 1 bdrm., wall-wall carpet,  skylight, $500/mo. 886-7018.��50w  3 bdrm. family home. Gibsons Bay  area. Family room, dining, 5  appis.. avail. Dec. 5. $l000/mo. 1-  420-0317. *50w  One person suite avail. Dec. 1,  n/s, n/pels, hydro and cable included, $475'mo. Rels. req'd. 865-  2382. 50cn  PANORAMIC VIEW  Detached bach, cottage, adult oriented, roomy, ample parking, laundry tacit., walk to terry, ideal lor  commuters. 886-0990.       50cn  RITZ  MOTEL  QKaeone  Monthly, Weekly. Dally  886-3343  Wanted m/f to share two bedroom  house with view, lower Gibsons,  $350/mp, includes utilities. Pis  phone 886-8360 or 863-9279.50cn  NEEDFUL'  Movie channel, cable TV. D/D  phones. Q size beds and tully  equipped kitchenettes in our bachelor suites Our monthly winter rate  special starts Dec I Opposite  Gibsons Manna 886-3343  TFN  Egmont. 924 sq 11 Odrm utilur-  nished mottle home Also tully tur-  ntsheQ. winterized cabins available  by month, week or nay Sorry no  pets 883-2222. 50cn  Avail Dec 15. 3 bdrm panabode  W'FP and lge ocean-lacing deck,  on Gibsons blull Lease $750  266-1501 50cn  2 bdrm cottage on quiet 5 acres in  Roberts Creek, n/s 886-8836  50cn  New 2 bdrm house plus heated  garage, glass covered sundeck.  built-in vac. 5 appl, Langdale Jan  l<93. $850 886-7261. 50cn  Bright 2 bdrm apl. carpets, skylights, $550/mo Centrally localed  886-7018 TFN  Gibsons, lower lloor. 2 bdrm,  bright, close to amenities, washer/dryer, yard $650/mo. 1-469-  0622. 50cn  Gibsons. 3 bdrm house on quiel  cul-de-sac. close to mall Solarium,  5 appl, l/p. $850/mo to resp. lamily Must have rels Avail, immed.  886-4516 or 222-4034. (Will hold  til Jan. 1 lor the right person.)50cn  Lower Gibsons. Sell-contained  semi-turn bach suite. Util and  cable incl, n/s, no pels, rels pis.  $390/mo. Avail mid-Dec. 886-  2694. 50cn  Roberls Creek, 2 bdrm with  ensuite, waterlront. $800. 885-  8849,885-7685 50cn  Gibsons, 1 bdim, F/P, skylights,  view. $550 plus util.; 2 bdrm small,  bnghl, $475 plus. Arthur 885-9859.  49cn  Beach house near terry terminal,  lully furnished winterized, fireplace, elec heat, one lge BR. one  sm BR, suitable tor couple. Bedding, dishes inc. Available Dec. 92  thru June 93. $690/mo. plus utilities: Please call 6852(189.  49cn  ���*�����i���'   Bachelor suite West Sechelt, view,  quiet. N/S. $380. utils indud. 885-  5307. Avail Dec. 1 49cn  1 bdrm trailer, Cedar Trailer Court,  885-3313. 49cn  3 - 4 bdrm, 2 bath, newly IrrtsrW  home. Roberts Creek includes  appliances On acreage. Rels  $875. 1 bdrm guest cottage. $350  or bom $1125. Aval Dec. 1.885  5726. 49cn  Bnghl. ocearrlronl, 1 bdrm suite in  older character home. Gibsons  area $550 8852596.        49cn  1000 PALMS, CALIFORNIA  2 bdrm dbiwide mobile home completely lum. all utilities included.  Goll, 2 pools, hot tub. tennis  $1Ca00/mthUSee6-3109     49*  2 bdim ste Lower Gibsons.  $500, mm Susan 885-5290 or 685  8389 49w  1 bdrm suite partially turn. Lower  Gibsons Suits single person or  quiel couple $425 incl. hydro  886-7025 belore 10 pm       49w  Furnished condo with magnilicent  view. Jolly Roger. Secret Cove  with large southern exposure deck  and tp. Available immediately $690  1 utilities 885-4103 49w  2 bdrm collage on quiet 5 acres in  Robens Creek. N/s 886483649W  Avail. Dec. 15. 3 bdrm panobode  w/l/p and Ig. ocean lacing deck, on  Gibsons blull lease $750. 266-  1501 49w  Wanted - M/F to share two bedroom house with view, lower Gibsons, $350/mo. incl. utils. Pis  phone 886-8360 or 883-9279.  14901  One person suite avail. Dec. 1,  N/S N/P, hydro and cable incl.,  $475/mo., rels. req. 8852382.  #49*  New 2 bdrm. house plus heated  garage, glass covered sundeck,  built-in vac, 5 appl. Langdale  Avail. Jan. 1/93, $850.886-7261.  #49*  Sechelt: super, new, adult oriented  townhouse avail, now until summer, no pets, 2 bdrm $800 '  Roberts Creek: 2 bdrm mobile  home in adult oriented park, no  pets $650  Redroolls: beautiful 2 bdrms, 11/2  baths, enclosed garage, available  immediately $700  n I  Sechell: 1/2 duplex in village, 2  bdrm, 4 appliances, immediate  possession $750  Sechelt: 3 bdrm randier, double  garage, avail. Dec. 16 $900  M5-2235  CENTURY WEST REALTY  2 bdrm apt., Central Gibsons  $525. 2 bdrm house, lower Gibsons, avail. Dec. t. $650.1 bdrm  apl Central Gibsons, $495 heat  incl.. 3 bdrm house Central Gibsons, near new $875. 2 bdrm.  house Hopkins Ldg., $625; 2  bdrm. condo. avail. Dec. 1. $850:3  bdrm. Rbts. Ck, avail. Jan. 1,  $750.2 bdrm house Hopkins Ldg.,  $625.2 bdrm rjondo. aval. Dec. 1,  $850. 3 bdrm Roberts Crk.. avail  Jan. 1, $750. 886-3330. Grant  Realty TFN  2 bdrm home. Roberts Creek.  J675**a-a-��. 886-3714 tm  Lower Gibsons - beautilul t bdrm.  view apts. Quiet, new. secure, mce  clientele Blinds, carpets, laundry,  $590 886-3420 #50W  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates In the rental ot property.  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condition of rental would be In  violation of the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention of the legislation and could have a compiainl  tiled againsl Ihem. The Coast  News wiH therefore not accept  such discriminatory ads.  3 private offices. New building  $l95$2SrjYmth. Receptionist avail.  Don Sutherland. Pebbles 886-  8107 TFN  Commerciai/otfice space tor lease.  1000 sq.ft. corner unit, excellent  exposure, prime location - Kem's  Plaza. Contact Walter or Beryl  886-8886 TFN  Commercial warehouse space,  new building, Hwy 101 $ Hough  Rd. Gibsons. Immediate occupancy. 885-9719. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 806-  7815. TFN  RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  600-1300sq.tt $300-51100  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons.  Lome, 1-733-9883 or Mane, 886-  7018. TFN  Experience:* In hospital labour  relations personnel management*  In administration within hospital or  heallh care facilities  Education:* Formal education in  Human Resource management,  general administration, or other  applicable discipline  Salary and benefits negotiable.  Successful applicant will be a  membei ot the senioi management leam and one ol only six  non-union employees. Please  respond to:Ted Wright. CEO.St.  Mary's Hospital, Box 7777,  Sechelt. BC VON 3A0.Telephone:  604-8852224. Fax: 604-8853250  TFN  Gibsons - 3 bdrm. family room,  1000sq.lt. plus, 3 appl., 1 1/2  baths, upper Gibsons, avail. Oct.  1. $650/mo. plus utils. S.C.M.H.  Park. 886-9826. TFN  Shared Accommodation In my  home, short term or long term.  Ideal lor mill ttudtnt. Clow to  terry, N/S, no pett, available  after Dec. II or Jan. North Rd.,  QHMont. $350Ano. 8t����095.  TFNi  TEREDO SQUARE - 3rd lloor  office, 363 tquare leet Carpeted, iir conditioning, elevator  ttrvlct. All inclutlve rant  t335rt**0,M544��. TFN  DavistiyrVMson Creak Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 865-  2752 or 685-9863 51cn  Industrial workshop avail, immediately, Gibsons, 750 sq. ft. unit,  $4757mo. 921-6751. #1*  BCVCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  AND YUKON  CCHaWUNITY  ttWSPAPEFB O Q  A  ASSOCIATION aCOl  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLAOE AN AD CALL THE COAST NEWS AT 886-2622  lor 25  words  $195  $3.70 each additional word  AUTO  ENGINES REBUILT trom  $995. 5 year 100,000 kms  warranty. Bond Mechanical  serving B.C. for 27 years.  Ption* 7 days, 8 a.m. -8 p.m.  (804)872-0641. Toll-free  Mon-Fri 1-800-663-2521,  Cummingt Turbo Diesel  4X4's, Explorers, Vans, 4-  Runneri, Dakotas, starting  from $189 month, 0 down  O.AC. We deliver anywhere  In B.C. Brian or Don collect  1(604)585-3141.   GOVERNMENT SEIZED/  SURPLUS vehicles. U.S. and  Canadian low as $100.  BMWs, Cadillacs, Chevs,  Fords, Mercedes, Porsches,  trucks, vans. AMAZING free  24-hr. recording reveals how:  (416)631-4666.   A WISE CHOICE. Quality  Rebuilt Engines. Cars and  light trucks from $995. SYear,  100,000 Km limited warranties. Canada Engines Ltd.  580-1050 (7 days) 1-800-  665-3570, 856-5828 (eve  "���"8')-    BUItWNO: SUPPLIES  DOORSI WINDOWS! Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French doors, wood windows,  skylights. MORE! Call collect to WALKER DOOR and  WINDOW in Vancouver al  (604)266-1101.   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Independent Sales Representatives to market Career  Direction Products. For more  information Call 533-8540  Peter/Margaret.  Wood, Pellet Stove Dealers-  Lightning Nugget Fire Starters, safe economical, profitable. Builds traffic and repeat  business. 1-800-468-4487for  Info.  ADVANCE OPPORTUNITY  Revolutionary digital 80  Channel mini-dish satellite  aystem will rapidly expand  home entertainment and  communications industry.  Network Marketing. No inventory. No investment. Call  (604)746-5861, 8-6.  BUS4NESS OPPORTUNITIES  EMPLOYMENT OPPS.  DEALERS       WANTED-  Shaetfer (Newman) Mechani-  calChimneyCleaners. Easy,  effective, profitable.   Buck  Haven, Box 337, Trail, B.C.  V1R4L6.  REDUCED long term triple  net government leased build  ing and property.   No lees.  No GST. Sit back and regularly deposit $4,550. monthly  indefinitely Write: Box 2496,  Canmore, AB, TOL OMO.  CAREER OPPORTUNITIES  End lhe Frustration of Job  Search. Step-by-step: Job  Search Workbook $28.95;  Resume Builder Workbook  $16.95; Resume Samples  $11.95; Career Map $5.95.  Purchase separately or com  pkste set $56.95. Call 533  6695   or   mail   cheque:  Morrison, Garrett & Associates Inc., #102 5796 Glover  Road, Langley, British Co  lumbia, V3A4P8.  CAREER TRAINING  WESTERN    CANADIAN  School ot Auctioneering, next  court* Nov. 30 - Dec. 12/92.  For a free brochure call  (403)250-1281 or write to: #5,  2003 McKraght Blvd.. N.E.,  Calgary, AB, T2E 6L2.  EDUCATION  Mechanic required for a progressive, developing shop in  B.C.'s recreational heartland.  Knowledge of fuel injection  and electronics an asset.  Must be certified and versatile. Apply to Arvin or James  at Minute Muffler (604)392-  2855.  WENEEDlOPEOPLE.Part-  time/Full-time to work from  home. If you want an above  average Income Act Nowl  Limited space. Free training  provided 1(604)478-8750.  FINANCE  Government Grants 6 Loans.  Billions ot dollars are made  available to new and existing  BC businesses.   The Brad  Book can show you how to  get your than).   Call now  (604)753-9424.  FOR SALE MBC.  EXCLUSIVE SHEEPSKIN  PRODUCTS. Car Seat Covers, Rugs, Slippers, Baby's  Lambskin, etc. Mail Order  anywhere. 30 day moneyback  guarantee. Free catalogue.  Call Shear Comfort Toll tree  1-800-663-7760,   IMPROVE YOURGAS MILE-  AGBPower. Up to 40% with  off-the-shelf items. $15. For  information write: Trade  Train to be a "CRM"   Certified Apartment Manager.  Many jobs available.   Over  2,000 graduates now working.   Government licensed  home-study course. R.M.T.I.  681 -5456 or 1-800-665-8339.  START A NEW CAREER!  Learn Income Tax Preparation or Basic Bookkeeping.  Tax deductible certificate  courses. For free brochures,  no obligation^ & RTaxServ-  ices, 205-1345 Pembina  Hwy., Winnipeg, MB R3T 2B6,  1-800-665-5144.   Also enquire about exclusive Iran  chise territories.  Winds, Box 2529, Jasper,  Alia. TOE 1EO.  TAKE CONTROL OF YOU  AND    YOUR    FAMILY'S  HEALTH. Practical home  study courses in natural medicine. Information packet $2  (handling). ACADEMY FOR  THE HEALING ARTS, 21297-  122 Ave., Maple Ridge, V2X  3W4.  Satellite Problems Solved.  New Boards. Legal U.S.  Programing, No more chipping. 10' Dish $379, Uniden  IRD $549. Datl-Comm, Box  431, Lazo, B.C. VOR 2KO.  339-6203.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADS  An Advertising'Best Buy"!  WANTED  Dry Pine Logs for home log  construction.  14" lo 15*  midspan diameter. 11" to 12"  min. tip size. Phone Rick at  (604J547-2242.  FOH SALE MISC.  FREE BOOK CATALOGUE!  Books on Gardening, Boating, Crafts, Nature Reference,  Children's and more. TANNERS BOOKS, 2436 Beacon Ave., Sidney, B.C. V8L  1X6. Phone:656-2345, Fax:  656-0662.   LOVE BY MAIL EMPORIUM  offers a wonderful collection  of Pleasure Products. Shop  by mail, guaranteed privacy.  Send lor your FREE Catalogue. Love By Mail, Dept. B,  6200 Mckay Ave.,141-��743,  Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4L7.  HEALTH          CALL NOWI Free Mail Order  Catalogue from Vitamin Discount Stores. Please call 1-  800-663-0747 or In Vancouver 321 -7000 for all your Vna  mln Needs.   HELP WANTED  Licenced Mechanics Wanted.  Topwagesandbenetits. Must  have experience, references  required. Send Resume to:  Lake City Ford Sales Ltd.,  715 Oliver Street, Williams  Lake. B.C. V2G 1M9.  HELP WANTED  BE FIRST. Women needed  to retail sheer non-run hosiery and high lashion jewelry.  Full or Part-time, 40-50%  Profit. Not MLM. Call Collect  (604)872-0141.   MACHINERY  PACIFIC FORKLIFT SALES  LTD. (Est. 1972). Dozens of  Sood used Forkllfts available.  P, Gas, Diesel, Electric. WE  BUY TOOI (604)533-5331,  Fax: (604)533-4563, Eves.  Terry Simpson (604)535-  1381.  MOBILE HOMES  Interior Automobile Dealership requires Service Control  Tower person. Applicants  musl have experiences work  well with 12 technicians 8.  customers. Call: Jino or  Derek, (604)374-4477.  EXTRA CHRISTMAS  MONEYI Legitimate Com-  pany requires workers for  variety of jobs, crafts to knife  sharpening. You choose.  Send S.A.S.E. to: JMP Enterprise, P.O. Box 42190,  Dept. C, Calgary. T2J 7A6.  MERTIN G.M., a growing  Chilliwack G.M. Dealer requires an experienced G.M.  Partsman/Assist. Manager.  We offer competitive wage,  company benefits, an award  winning place to work and a  great place to live. Please  phone Kevin Pltre at 795-9474  between8a.m.-6p.m.or658-  0408 after 6 p.m. Only experienced G.M. partsman need  apply.  USED MOBILES. Manufacturer must clear all mobiles.  16 units to choose from.  Priced from $10,000. Noble  Homes (403)447-2333.   WINTER WORKS SPECIAL!  Any new mobile or modular  home ordered during Nov.  will be equipped with "central  air conditioning' ($3,000  value) FREE of charge. We  will custom build your home.  NobteHomes(403)447-2333,  PERSONAL  OKANAGAN VALLEY GIRLS  - Karen, Sylvia and Tanya -  have exciting Personal Photos For Sale. For discreet  Inio, write KAREN, Box 670-  GB. Kelowna, B.C. V1Y7P4.  ADULTS ONLY PLEASE!  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  forunpaidtaxes. Crown Land  availability. For information  on both, write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C3J1.  NEW HOMES. From $55 so/  ft quality engineered modular  homes. Factory built for your  site. 2X6 walls. R40/R20 insulation. Showhome at De-  Mac Home Sales, Surrey.  597-2181.  SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vehicle injury claims. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 years. Call  free: 1-800-665-1138. Contingency lees available.  Simon, Wener A Adler.  Beat Ihe recession. Earn thousands stuffing envelopes Irom your  home. Work lull or pad-time. Ideal  for second income, unemployed,  students or retired. No experience  necessary, For Iree information  send a sell-addressed stamped  envelope to: YMM ENTERPRISES, PO box 38501, 3299 Bayview  Ave., Toronto, Ontario, M2K 2Y5  CamrOppcrt'ittty  Accounting AitiHantl  CGA firm requires self-motivated  energetic individual. Your skills will  include typing, computer literacy,  along with proficiency with the  major accounting, spreadsheet,  and word processing software.  Responsibilities will Include reception, payroll, monthly bookkeeping,  and lile preparation to trial balance. The right person will be  eager to learn and open to upgrading and courses. Salary will be  dependent on qualifications and  experience good growth potential  for the right person. Please hand  deliver resume to Soprovich tt Co.,  267 Gower Point Road, Gibsons  Quay, downtown Gibsons. ��49w  Medical Dlctatypltt ��� Part Tlm��  The successlul applicant must  have completed a recognized  medical diclatyping course. Two  years' related experience with  ���mtsjeaj terminology and typing  sklllt'ol tO wpm with word processing experience. Salary and  benefits in accordance with HEU  contract. Please apply to Mrs. L.  Buchhorn, Personnel Officer, St.  Mary's Hospital, Box 7777,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0. Telephone  8852224 Local 21. ��49cn  Pharmtcy Attitlant  St. Mary's Hospital requires a  Pharmacy Assistant. The successful applicant must have completed  a recognized Pharmacy Technician course. One year's experience dedsirable. Ability to type 50  wpm and use word processor and  computer. Salary end benefits in  accordance with Hospital Employees' Union. Residence accommodation at $250 per month if  required. Please apply In writing  to: Mrs. L. Buchhorn, Personnel  Officer, St. Mary's Hospital, Box  7777, Sechell, BC VON 3A0. Telephone 885-2224, Local 21. ��49cn  Taxi driver wilh class 4 driver's  abstract. Sue Wave 886-3333.  TFN  WOMEN'S COUNSELLOR  New Women's Counselling Service  requires full-time counsellor to provide individual and group counselling to women who are victims  ol violence and abuse. Qualifications include related education and  training preferably at the post university level, extensive experience  in counselling women, and the  ability to work closely with community agencies. Submit resume by  December 16 to Executive Director, Sunshine Coast Community  Services Society, Box 1069,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.        50cn  Drivers needed for pizza delivery  with own vehicle. Call 866-2069 or  8850321. 51w  Experienced Produce Manager.  Full time. 865-5614, ask lot Personnel. 51w  Responsible adult, training in child  care preferred tor after school daycare. Job hours 2-6 pm E.A.school  day. School Holidays. 6 hrs/day.  Call 885-2721 50w  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL  SECHELT, BC  Requires a Manager of Human  Resource Services. Responsibilities will Include: ��� Recruilment, hiring, job posting, transfers - for 300  employees. Collective agreement  administration. Consultant to  department heads in human  resources policies and administrations. Advisor to administrator on  personnel policy development and  Occupational Health I Safety.  Other senior administrative  responsibilities of which the successful apraScant may prove to be  capable  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  A     Carpenter     is  needed to construct  an Interior wall lor a  non-prolit organization. All materials  provided, a great  working atmosphere  and lots ot support will  be ottered.  A Co-ordinator is  needed tor 'The  Stroke Club,' held  each Friday in  Sechelt. A great way  to be involved with  your community.  If you love animals  and have a few hours  to spare, the S.P.C.A.  needs you! Shitts are  between 2-4 pm daily.  A volunteer is needed  to   work   with   the  Provincial Emergency Program, which  provides emergency  social services to the  community.  For these and more  Opportunities  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION  CENTRE AT 885-5881  A Service Funded by the  Ministry ot Social Services  PT babysitter needed at local fitness centre, 2-3 hours/wk (am).  Free membership and hourly  wage. CAII886-4606 TFN  Caretaker: 34'unit apl. buiding,  Central Gibsons requires on-site  mgt. Salary ��� accom. Apply c/o  Grant Realty 686-3330 or PO box  277 Gibsons.. TFN  Experienced waiter/waitress part-  time evenings, El Nino. 886-3691.  TFN  Casual relief req'd to work in Gibsons group home lor 3 m/h  women. Day, night, and wkend  shitts involved. Exp desirable,  compassion, patience and valid  drivers license essential. For more  info callS. Cory 886-3217    TFN  Business &  Home Services  SPECIAL TOUCHES  CLEANING SERVICE  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Marine.  Bonded, insured. 885-4457. 51 w  FOR BETTER HEALTH SWELL  BEING-POLARITY THERAPY  Reduces stress (the underlying  cause ol Illness) raises energy  level, reduces chronic pain and  tension. Appointments available in  Pender Harbour and Sechell. Call  Vonnie 683-9653. 50cn  CHRISTMAS IS COMING  House cleaning  Gardens and yards  Sue's Maintenance Service  885-7788  49cn  SunFree Vinyl  All Seasons Decking Material, Iree  estimates. Call Joe, 8859235.49W  Handyman  Carpentry, Painling, Stone Masonry, General Home Repairs. 885-  9235, Joe. 49w  tartlflri law Flier  IBH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening 1 Repairs  to all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades a Chalniaws  ____ JamJi Harrop    _  _^t_______i __��__f  Pat's Disposal -1 ton Truck  Yard, house and garage clean-up,  construction and gyproc removal,  tree and stump removal: demolition - reasonable and reliable; free  estimates 685-2870. 51 w  Renovations, Improvements,  Repairs, Interior/Exterior. David  Reid. 686-4642. 50w  Call Sue tor your complete home  cleaning needs. 885-4185   51cn  ft!  TQ LUX I  Free Estimates  Firm Priees  885-9576  Serving the Const  for 14 years.  Tht Wh^ 9 Yards  GARDEN SERVICES  Lawn care, landscaping, pruning,  weeding, yard dean up, commercial or residential. Grant 885-9585  or 1-869-3249. 49cn  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable 884-5324 or  886-2312 or 686-0436.        TFN  DODCf CONSTRUCTION  Gwwal Cailraclo, - Custom Bu*ha  New Construction > Renovation!  ��� Addition* ���  THE FINEST CRAFTSMANSHIP  yet reasonably priced  Prompt, Reliable  20 yetrt experience  Tom Dodge has taught carpentry  and renovations at BCIT and built  cuslom homes lor many of BC's  loremosl designers. Relerences   on request.   COMPARE US TO THE RESTI  Shouldn't you have the best?  Please phono Tom  883-9822  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden oul of  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service.  Fully insured. Commercial a residenlial. Relerences available.  FRED 686-3526. TFN  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, free estimates. References  available. 886-3463. TFN  SrTOS PAINTING  A WALLPAPERING  ��� Specialty Finishes  ��� Pressure Washing  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, toundations, exposed  aggregate. 886-8095.       TFNs  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free estimates. 8852109.  TFN  Do you need something built for  your home or office? Maybe an  item for a Christmas gift? Or you  might need some interior renovations or linishing! If you've  answered yes to any or all of the  above give Art a call at 8858354  for prompt, quality custom woodwork at reasonable prices.. ��49W  HOMEOWNER*  HELPLINE  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bath tubs, sinks, balhs and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy. 883-  2976 lcn  LAWN AND GARDEN  Lawn aerating, fertilizing lor winter.  Fruit tree pruning and spraying,  hedge trimming, general clean-up.  Call Jan 886-0180 49w  ��������� Bitwise  -JJSJ COMPUTING  SI'ECIAI.I/INK.IN:  ��� Computerized Accounting  ��� On-Site Sen'lcing  ��� Software Installation  .      885-4QQ9      a  Experienced house cleaners, rates  negotiable. Cal! Jane or Bonnie.  685-4165. 51cn  CARPENTER  House construction, framing, finishing, decks, renovations, fencing. Greg 885-2610 50w  C&F TREE SERVICES  Falling, lopping, dangerous tree  removal, lol clearing. Fully insured.  Free estimates 8855697    50cn  House painting, carpet and lino  laying, re-stretching, repairs. 685-  0191    5fcn  Carpenter, Renovations, Additions,  by hour or contract. 886-3107.  ���50w Coast Sews Classifieds  Coast News, December 7,  1992  17  PETER'S REMOOELLING  general home maintenance - car  ports - twang - sundecks - adoptions elc. Boat maintenance and  island service For more into  please call 885-1981 or Pager  6855111 49w  INTE��CO��S1��l COUIIEI  886-3021  PBtCT CCXIBIffi CCf-I-aViCTlON  SAME DAY  KUVERY  ��� Fully Insured  ��� C.O.D. Bonded  ��� Pure Quality Service  1-880-7016  Williams Renovation and Repair.  20 yrs expenence. Call Steve at  8858783 49w  cowmooiico.  REQUIRES WOM.  Form - Frame - Fmish - Commei-  ciai - Residential Hourly or con-  fact. 8853574 50w  Expenenced reiiabie rught watchman, etc. seeks emoloymenl 885  5937. tSOw  Handyman, labour, yard work. etc.  No |C0 too small B85-03C0 49cn  Experienced house cleaner, wilt  also do sewing repairs. Refs 886-  2520 or 886-2565. I51cn  JAROEMTERPfltSES  Rotas* Cnak  Al your carpentry needs  Bob Talfiot, 886-2215. att 6pm  TFNs  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling.  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  8853917. TFNs  Experienced reliable carpenter  available Irom framing to lounda-  tons- siding to decks 683-2353  151*  f__m______^l___\ __\_t__}_________\ Psstjtrwif 11  Exctvtting- Backfilling  Retaining WaNt * Trtnching  LawhcapeCoiatirurtion  Drtlnagt  MM5M  TFNt  honiia roirai mown  amrMVVAlNA  H1MST * GAlOfcN  P��l��HKTS  Form A Garden IMaicrshlps  availablrfiirSct'hcli  CiUUothnat  Tldelltiar Logging  M9-4141  SUKMJS DSQUDIES ONLY  Rapidly growing towing service in  Sechett area. Good contracts and  reputation. Serious inquiries only  8852022 after 6pm.        51 w  STUDENT PAINTERS  Home lor X-mas holidays. Need  work. Available now. Call 886-  0475 51w  Reliable man seeks P/T casual  work. Indoor/outdoor. Rob 886-  3822. 51w  Hardworking, honest man looking  for F/T work framing, painting, dry-  waning? Anything. 6850252  49cn  Autocad Designing and Dralting  available, reasonable rates. Call  Norm 863-9790 M9W  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years expenence, lirm rates,  tree estimates, no job too small or  loo large. Bruce 8859576    len  For Sate/Lease new Industrial  building 3700 sq.tt. 3 beys /1800  sq. ft. upper storage space, office  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 886-3204. ts  HANDIMAN TO THE RESCUE  Yard work, haul away junk, chop  wood, clean gutters. Seniors dis-  count Doug 885-5070.     51 w  FUNSHINE DAYCARE  Certilied rv-aschooi teacher operating i licenced group daycare facility which offers an enriched full day  program that locuses on learning  through play. For children aged 2-  1/2 to 5. Full and hill day caie  available. 886-3377.        50w  Playmates Daycare on Chaster  Rd. has space available for two 2-  6 yr. olds. Hot lunches, first aid  and reft, available. Yvonne 866-  4643. M9w  Jack t Jill IHt-echool has openings lor 3 S 4 yr. oWs To register.  896-2528. TFN  For Sale 1990 35 Terry Resort,  that looks as good as any 92 and  worth $16,500. I'm looking lor land  wilh a value anywhere Irom  $16,500 to $25,000. Any ideas?  Call Ken at 886-9661 or lax 886-  0399 49w  For rent: 1 bdrm duplex, Whart  Rd., Sechell. $375/mo plus utilities. 6853962. 51w  Wanled: 1981 Toyola Corolla, 5  speed, decent body. Motor not  necessary. 6850876 or 865-4660.  51w  remember when  SYEARS AGO  Winds and Waives battered  the Coast last week as two successive storms wreaked havoc  upon power lines. While the  Gibsons to Port Mellon area  was least affected, Keats Island,  Gambier and the east Egmont  area went without power for  several days.  There will be another elk  trata*****>al**-**a**a i||> Coast early in  I9l��. Cbnservation Officer  Jamie Stephen reports that  Western Pulp Ltd. owners of (he  mill at Woodfibre, have agreed  lo be the sponsors of Ihe project. There have been two others  transfers on the Coast - one in  1938 and the most recent in  February of this year, 1987.  10YEARS AGO  The official dedication of a  $7.6 million effluent outfall dif-  fuser at Port Mellon was the  culmination of a $12 million  upgrading program to bring the  effluent systems into tune with  the Waste Management Branch  regulations. The milestone project was completed under difficult technical and economic  conditions, but Canfor President  Bill Hughes pointed out "We  have an obligation to protect the  environment and we will con  tinue to fulfill the obligation."  20 YEARS AGO  For the first time in five  years the SCRD board has  avoided an election. Three seals  were open in areas B, D and F  but in each case the nominee  won the seat by acclamation.  25 YEARS AGO  Money with which to construct the long awaited bypass  from the Langdale lerry Terminal to the Sunshine Coast Highway behind Gibsons will be in  this year's provincial government budget. It is expected that  work on the bypass will begin  early next spring.  35 YEARS AGO  The question of a liquor outlet in or close to Sechelt has  been taken up by a member of  the Board of Trade. The question was tabled for further discussion.  40 YEARS AGO  Equipped with borrowed hip  waders, Tony Gargrave, MLA  for Mackenzie riding, travelled  from Port Mellon to Gibsons  over the Port Mellon roadway  on Monday morning this week.  Accompanying him on the one  and ihree quarter hour trip was  Norman Christie, general foreman for Maxwell Construction.  45 YEARS AGO  The Sechell Board of Trade  has telegraphed the provincial  Ministry of Public Works,  requesting an immediate survey  on a coastal road from Halfmoon Bay to the Sechelt-Pender  Highway.  by Joyce Ostry  The New Year's Eve celebration will start with a sit-  down dinner followed by a  dance from 9 pm to I am with  music by the Jack Bourne  Group. Tickets are $20 per person. This dinner will be catered  by Leslie Grabone of Something Special Catering Co.  Installation of new officers  will be held on Dec. 17 in the  new Seniors Centre al the regular meeting lime of 1:30 pm.  OFficers to be installed are  president, Slan Johnson; firsl  vice-president, Tom Bitting;  second vice-president, Dave  Knight; secretary, Betty Calli;  and treasurer Beryl Butler. New  board members are Mary Ban-  nerman, Larry Grafton, Mel  Neelands, Mona Osborne and  Robbie Robson.  Christmas dinner will be on  Thursday, Dec. 10 at the  Seniors Centre. Tickets are $10  and can be purchased from  Ltrry Grafton. New Year's tickets can also be purchased from  Larry at 885-7173 or 885-2759.  While searching in the recipe  file for Christmas goodies that  come from the kitchen, I came  across this poem in honour of  grandmothers:  This l*ns always puzzled me,  Just how much is a pinch?  These recipes of dear  Grandma's  Surely are no cinch.  A "snip" of this, a "dab" of that,  A "lump" of something else.  Then "beat it for a little while,"  Or, "stir unlil it melts."  I have to be a wizard to  Decipher what she meant,  By all these strange proportions  In her cook book, worn  and bent.  How much nutmeg in the  doughnuts?  Grandma wouldn't flinch  As she said, with twinkling  eyes,  "Oh, jusl aboul a pinch."  There musl have been in her  wise head  A measuring device  That told her just how much  to use,  Of sugar, salt and spice.  Investors  Group  PROfTTfKOn OUR L'SLKlLKi  WE CAN HELP  We're Investor*, prntawnfl. flrorvwil  planner* It *. otir )&b to l��lp you crrnii?  and follow a penonal financial plan  We can help wilh  ��� Investment Funds  ��� Guaranteed Investment Certificates  ��� Reglslered Reiiremenl Saunqs Plain  ��� Registered Rutlirment Inrome f nt<ls  ��� Estate Ptanninq  ��� Life and Disability Insum-ve  ��� AnnuilH-s  DEBORAH MEAL1A  885 4833  J.H. 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Prov Postal Code:  Payment by: Cash Cheque   Qvisa QMastercard No Expires:   Mail to: The COAST NEWS, Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0  i 18  Coast News, December 7, 1992  The Ladles Auxiliary or the Knyal Canadian Legion donate a $1,500 cheque towards a lap-top computer for special needs student Kohert SoumanK (scaledI. Krom left, Dianna (iaudaur, president  Roberts Creek auxiliary, l.ori Mahar iSoumang's mother), Christine Anderson, deputy /.one commander, Pat Schindel, /one commander and Cedar drove principal Jim Mdiowan.  Charles Hart photo  Legion auxiliary tending  to student's special needs  For a special needs child with poor visual coordination and impaired motor skills, the complex  task of writing presents an enormous challenge.  Such was the case for Robert Soumang at Cedar  Grove Elementary school, a perfectionist student  whose most determined writing efforts would lead  inevitably to dissatisfaction, anger      and frustration.  That was before Soumang began  working with a lap-lop computer.  "He was being pulled out of regular class," says his mother, Lori  Mahar. "Wilh his regular writing  ability, he wasn't able to keep up      and the frustration level was fantastic. Now he can keep up, take his work home.  Without it he couldn't gel an education."  Soumang is one of the lucky ones. His mother  approached the Legion Ladies Auxiliary of the  Sunshine Coast and the combined auxiliaries (Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Sechelt, Pender Harbour,  Powell River and Pender Harbour) decided their  special zone project for lhe year would be lo raise  the needed funds for Ihe computer.  The local RCMP auxiliary look on a similar  w^jeeeaew eeeeae_w*w  'It's been a bell  ofstruggle for  this Md'  - lori Mabnr  project last year.  "We want to start helping special needs children," says Legion auxiliary zone commander Pat  Schindel, "because the government is doing nothing for Ihis at all."  The lack of funding lo properly integrate special    needs sludenis into Ihe school system is underlined by Cedar Grove  principal Jim McGowan. "The  amount of extra money needed for  special education kids to get the  same education as everybody else  jusl isn't there," he says.          "There's no doubl that at least six  others in this school could benefit  from lap-top computers."  A grateful Mahar is convinced that providing  the right technology will make all the difference  for her son, and for other students trying to overcome disabilities.  "It's been a hell of struggle for this kid," she  says.  "Without the commitment of teachers and principals these kids wouldn't have an education.  They'd just end up on welfare."  Recently Ihere have been  several sets of Christmas lights  taken from residents of  Redrooffs.  The culprit (s) appear lo be  focusing on lhe Fawn, Evans,  and Lohn Road areas, bul are  not necessarily confined to these  areas.  It appears the major purpose  behind these senseless Ihefls is  simply lo smash the lights.  RCMP are interested in any  information that will assist in  locating these culprits who are  stealing teh spirit of Christmas  for many of the residents of the  Redrooffs area.  If you have any information  contact Ihe Sechelt RCMP.  �� **  Shop  Locally  This   /  Christmas  '���... r ���,*  SHOPPING  ELSEWHERE CAN  BE UN'BEAR'ABLE  2 DAYS  ONLY  Fri. & Sat.  Dec. 11 & 12  Now's the time to buy the beautiful carpeting  you've been dreaming about. For just 48  hours, we've reduced the prices of  our best selling Mohawk Carpet.  Hurry in for the carpet you need at the prices  you want.  The clock is ticking...  Mohawk Carpet  Representative  will be on hand to  help you make the  Right Choice.  BUY NOW-PAY LATER  down payment  interest payments  until March '93 (oac)  ���  ?K\Ct ��EDUC6D-\MSTOCK  ��t4��&E*K &&CK12D BE.RE.ERS  NOWOWLY$9.S5^3'YD,  NO PAD H��Cmi5St-SLV. PESFBCT    ,.  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