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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V��V 1X4  *tt.<)  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  SHED    1945  December 21,1992 Volume 46 Issue 51  Coalition masses to protest food fisheries  by Jane Seyd  About 80 Sunshine Coast commercial fishermen turned out to an afternoon meeting this week in Sechelt to  voice concern aboul changes underway  in fisheries management - especially  Ihose allowing increased sale of native  food fish.  The meeiing organized by the Fishermen's Survival Coalition was one of  several taking place in coastal BC communities, where commercial fishermen  say they've been excluded from fisheries planning.  At the meeting Wednesday, fishermen said both their livelihoods and the  salmon resource are being threatened  by politically motivated decisions.  'Issue sensitive even within the native community'  "Our way of life and our livelihood  is certainly under change right now,"  said local coalition member Ron Malcolm "...we've had very little input into  what's happening to us."  Bob Rezansoff, a coalition organizer  from Vancouver, said fishermen are  worried after last summer's experimental native fisheries on the Fraser River.  "The commercial food fishery was  largely uncontrolled in most areas,"  said Rezansoff. And he added, "It isn't  just the Fraser...it's happening all over."  The fishermen's coalition wants the  government to stop commercial food  fisheries, said Rezansoff. and to return  effective control to the Department of  Fisheries and Oceans.  "You can't have control of that  resource fragmented." he said, and  called the idea of native bands enforcing regulations in their own fisheries  "complete nonsense: If we were put in  charge of fishing in any given area,  we'd take advantage of that too."  Most of all, said coalition members,  fishermen want politics taken oul of  fish management, particularly when it  involves using fishing agreements as  interim land claims settlements.  "There are right ways and wrong  ways of increasing native participation  in the fishery," said Phil Eby, executive  director of the Vessel Owners Association. "There's a political agenda oul  Ihere."  Calvin Craigan, chairman of the  Sechelt Indian Band's new fisheries  commission and member of the band's  I   Innovative reading  program primes  Sechelt students  land claims negotiating committee, also  spoke to fishermen at the meeiing  Sale of food fish is a sensitive issue  even within the native communily said  Craigan. with differences of opinion  between native commercial fishermen  and other band members  But most Sechell native fishermen  would rather have greater participation  by natives in the commercial fleet than  increased sale of lood fish.  Said Craigan: "We don't agree with  what's happening on the Fraser or the  Skeena."  "They've given the native bands an  inch and they've taken a mile...that's  only human," said Craigan.  turn to page 2  by Darah Hansen  The strongest indicator of a  student at risk of dropping out  of high school is difficulty with  reading.  Often that difficulty is identified early on at the primary  level and teachers do what they  can to help individual students  within a group atmosphere.  But that hasn't always been  enough as some students continue to slip through the cracks.  With that in mind, John Nicholson has implemented a Reading  Recovery program, now in its  first year at Sechelt  Elementary.  Former principal  at the school,  Nicholson said he  heard of the program  through contact with  colleges in New  Zealand where it  originated under the  studies of Dr. Marie  Clay in the 1970s and '80s.  Clay discovered, said  Nicholson, that students  respond best to intensive one-  on-one instruction with highly  trained teachers who are able to  provide each individual with the  "right" material. The individual  touch is important, said Nichol-  son."Every student is different."  The program is most effective in grade one. The students  needing the most help are identified in their classrooms  "before they have a chance to  fail," said Nicholson. "We  always want kids to succeed."  Once a day for IS weeks, the  students each meet for half an  hour with the specially trained  teacher. Here they read and  write text geared lo their individual needs, they are taught to  pick up visual cues in the material and learn how to attach  'Students  respond best  to intensive  one-on-one  instruction'  meaning to the words.  "It's one of the most effective reading strategies known,"  said Nicholson, citing a 90 per  cent success rate in New  Zealand, a country which boasts  the highest literacy rate in the  world.  Assisted by an $8,000 grant  from the federal Stay in School  funding and matching funds  from both the school district and  the Sechelt Indian Band,  Nicholson was able to get a tike  program up and running at  Sechelt.    As principal of  Gibsons Elementary  this year, Nicholson  would like to see the  program implemented there and, ideally,  in  every primary  school. But in the  short term it's very  expensive, he said,  "though in the long  run it's cheap because schools  won't have to invest in on-going  learning assistance."  At present eight grade one  students are in the program  under the direction of teachers  Joe Chell and Frank Thorburn.  Primary teacher Shirley Kuciuk  is also involved, using the techniques in her classroom.  All three teachers are  involved in continuous training  with a special Reading Recovery instructor in Port Angeles,  Wash.  As a parent and a school  board trustee, Lenora Joe  couldn't say enough good  things about Reading Recovery.  Her son has been in the program  since the beginning of the year  and she says the difference  she's noticed in his reading  skills and self-esteem is tremendous.  Exploring the good will of Christmas through a series of performances, Cedar Grove  Elementary students reach out to touch hands, hearts and minds with their message.  Joel Johnstone photo  Distressed boaters send search teams on goose chase  by Darah Hansen  Sechelt's RCMP marine unit  and the national Coast Guard  spent the early hours on Thursday morning searching the  waters off Flume Road for a  missing person thought to be  adrift in a small, open runabout  More than 30 officers,  including the search and rescue  helicopter crew from Comox air  force base, were called in to par-  Mounties recover stolen boat off Flume Beach  ticipate in the search, which  began when local RCMP  received a report at approximately 5 am of a boat in distress  near Roberts Creek.  Arriving first in the Sechelt  RCMP boat Stikine, officers  discovered a 33-year-old man  and a 31-year-old woman calling for help. Their boat, a 20-  foot aluminum log-salvager, had  run up on the rocks.  A search ensued when the  two people told police a third  member of their party had  departed in a smaller skiff alone.  After approximately three  hours, police determined the  story of the third person was fictional and the search was called  off.  "It was a cover up," said  Sechelt RCMP Constable Randy  Fisk. "The two people were try  ing to say this unknown third  person stole the boat."  The boat, later reported  stolen from Gibsons harbour,  was towed back to its owner,  sustaining some damage while  the two suspects, both unharmed  in the accident, were taken into  custody and later released.  Pending an investigation,  charges of possession of stolen  property are anticipated.  Joint development offer revives Rockwood  hopes for building Lot H arts centre expansion  A tentative deal has been struck between  the Rockwood Lodge Society and a local  investor for a joint development on Lot H,  but subject to legal approval the society  board is remaining tight-lipped about the  proposal.  Facing a Jan. 8 deadline to exercise an  option to purchase the 5.9 acre parcel adjacent to Rockwood to build a Centre of  Excellence for the Arts, the society recently  went to the development community when it  found it was unable on its own to raise the  $440,000 needed to buy Lot H. The society's  predicament was compounded by Rock-  wood's having invested $18,000 since July  to keep the purchase option alive.  Two developers had previously expressed  interest in some sort of joint venture for the  site, but Rockwood did not pursue the idea at  the time as it was originally hoping to raise  the money in the community and with local  government assistance. Those plans failed to  materialiseJ.  Meanwhile, a $500,000 federal grant has  been approved by Community Futures  toward construction costs of the proposed  arts centre if the land can be secured.  The board met Wednesday to review a  joint development offer and has agreed to  proceed. However, no information was  released and the society has decided to keep  a lid on what the proposal involves until the  details and legalities have been ironed out.  Regional  district  tax hike  possible  by Jane Seyd  Merry Christmas to rural  property owners of the Sunshine Coast from directors of  the regional district: your taxes  could be rising.  That's if the board's provisional budget - not finalized  until the spring - goes according to plan.  How much more is an average owner likely to fork over?  Maybe a lot. maybe nothing.  Regional directors say they  don't know, because they  haven't yet received property  assessment figures from the BC  Assessment Authority, which  covers both increased values on  existing homes and new construction.  Unofficial word has it that  overall assessments on the  Coast are up substantially, by  between 30 and 40 per cent,  says regional administrator  Larry Jardine.  One way or another, though,  the board plans on getting  about $1 million more in taxes  for the 1993 budget than they  had in 1992, for a grand total of  $4,926,655 revenue from taxation compared to last year's  $3,863,087. Thai's double the  tax revenue of $2,317,897 spent  by the regional district only  four years ago.  Finance chairman Brett  McGillivray calls that "a considerable increase," but says it's  a sign of the times and the  result of increased demand for  services.  These include a change from  a half-time to a full-time coordinator's position for the  Provincial Emergency Program, hiring of additional  inspectors for planning,  increases to public transit and  more employment to take care  of the regional district's parks.  The largest area of increase,  however, is under the category  of "environmental health"  where spending is estimated at  $965,765 - up from spending  last year of $583,285. About  $120,000 of the amount lo be  spent is money carried over  from this year's budget to deal  with the as-yet unresolved issue  of the Pender Harbour landfill.  Another substantial expense  will be the hiring of a co-ordinator to come up with a solid  waste management plan this  year, as required by the provincial government.  Another controversial  change included in the budget  is the formal splitting of the  existing planning function into  "electoral area planning," in  which only the rural areas will  participate, and "development  services." which will include  the municipalities.  Gibsons mayor Eric Small  said he wasn't happy about that  and advised directors not to  "count on collecting money  from the municipalities."  �� Coast News, December 21,  1992  AS*  VARI  Ka\PPUS and BELLMIRA  #X'-      _*-m*_\ Soaps &  ^\>_r���'       BubbIe g^  * I Buy 2 or more  i  GET 10% OFF  FOODS  from GLlite travel  4 fiimi OffitsVg QSkOtdp,  V*m     CWitty, ^ynwn-<S. iVail  zmwzim  TOURS a TtCKCTS ��� CHARTERS ��� INSURANCE  886-2522    886-3381  BESIDE OIBSONS MEDICAL CENTRE  HAPPY  HOLIDAYS  from the staff of The Coast News  /Announcement  Dr. Patrick McRoberts is pleased to  announce the opening of an  Optometry clinic to serve the  residents of the Sunshine Coast  The clinic is located in the  Wilson Creek Plaza  204-4336 Sunshine Coast Highway.  For appointments please call 885-0832.  DR. PATRICK MCROBERTS  Optometrist  General Eye tt Vision Caie  Wilson Creek Clinic  ��MM6 SUNSHINE COAST 11WY,  SECHELT, B.C. VON SAO  8SS-0SS8  Mosquito Creek clinic  y*fs wEsr nvmsiRKKi.  NOR11I VANCOUVER, B.C. V7P IRS  987-19I9-987-I0S3  J\  :     :.:  QrtditVnion  Fifty Yearn  19 4   1-19 9 1  In recognition of  CHRISTMAS  we will be closed  Friday and Saturday,  December 25/26  Pender Harbour      Sechelt Branch:  Branch:  Box 28  Madeira Park. B C  V0N2H0  Tel: 8839531  Box 375  Teredo Square  Sechelt. BC  VON 3A0  Tel 885-3255  Gibsons Branch:  Box 715  Kern's Plaza  Gibsons. B C  VON IVO  Tel: 8868121  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  ���]:. 1051 SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY, GIBSONS '���'������'  V*       88^3005  1   gg-j i**g ������<������. ��� ������������.������!��� ���'������������������. .��"���:��� '.���>���.������*. ������'iv*.*  Resource mismanaged, fishermen claim  from page I  Bul he added problems with  lack of enforcement and illegal  practices extend outside the aboriginal community. Fishermen  also need to look al wider problems like fishing agreements  with Ihe US, offshore Ashing  and growing pollution of coastal  waters, he commented.  The key is for local fishermen to work together, said  Craigan, "or by the lime we settle Ihis issue there'll be no more  lish."  Bill Moore, regional economic development officer, also  handed oul surveys to fishermen  at lhe meeiing, in order lo pul  together a report on bolh Ihe  cultural and economic role of  commercial fishing on Ihe  Coasl.  According lo rough membership surveys, about 280 people  on Ihe Sunshine Coasl have  direct lies lo the commercial  fishing industry.  Following the meeting, Rex  Davy, a commercial fishermen  for Ihe pasl 18 years, said it's  important for fishermen lo get  the word out now about what's  happening in the industry.  "People in BC slill don't  understand the full ramifications  of a commercialized food fishery," he commented.  Meanwhile Craigan blamed  government blunders for growing hostility towards native fishing. "They not only mismanaged our resource, but they've  turned the commercial fishery  against the native food fishery.''  Coast fishermen at  a gathering in  Sechell voice fears  their way of life  and livelihood is at  risk because of  changes in fisheries  management.  Jane Seyd photo  Pearse report documents fishing abuses  by Jane Seyd  Lasl summer, at the height of the fishing  season and new co-management agreements  with native bands on the lower Fraser River,  almost half a million sockeye salmon "disappeared" on Iheir way to the spawning  grounds, sparking angry debate in the fishing  communily.  This month, a report commissioned' by  Ihe Department of Fisheries and Oceans confirms what many fishermen say Ihey already  knew: salmon were over-fished both iir and  out of the new agreement areas, wilh much  of the catch sold illegally.  And Ihe scene on the banks of Ihe Fraser  last summer described in the report by Peter  Pearse is not a pretty picture.  According to the report, nets in Ihe lower  Fraser River doubled during peak fishing  times from 434 in 1991 to 883 in the summer of 1992, while intensive fishing was  also reported upstream from the agreement  areas.  Reports included upstream fish being  trucked down to sale sites on Ihe lower Fraser, says Pearse, while formerly rare illegal  practices like drift gillnet fishing were  observed. Of the salmon which actually did  make it to the spawning grounds upriver, a  disproportionate percentage were females,  and up lo 60 per cent of some returning  stocks showed net markings.  'It cannot be repeated  without seriously threatening  tbe salmon resources'  ���Pearse re/Hiii excerpt  While what happened lasl summer does  noi mean a disaster to the sockeye, Pearse  says: "It cannot be repeated without seriously threatening Ihe salmon resources."  Originally, Ihe one-year trial agreements  with Ihree Indian bands on the lower Fraser  were meant both lo give native people a  greater participation in fisheries management and to begin regulating the existing  illegal sale of food fish.  The program also followed recommendations by a government land claims task force  to allow native bands "interim" agreements  on fisheries management, pending settlement  of overall land claims.  But according lo Pearse, problems soon  developed.  Among them: fishing began wilh no proper management plan or training of  "guardians" who were supposed lo administer Ihe new agreements and local fisheries  officers were forbidden lo lay charges on the  Fraser. In Ihe resulting chaos, protest fisheries were staged by bands on Ihe upper  Fraser and fishing by outsiders also grew, as  word soon spread that both enforcement and  monitoring of catches had been abandoned.  In future, says Pearse, agreements on Ihe  Fraser should be made collectively with  native bands rather than individually, for  belter co-ordinalion and management of Ihe  fishery.  So far, chiefs of 97 Fraser River bands  have been invited lo start negotiating a collective agreement for 1993 in January, to be  made final in Ihe spring. Training will also  begin in January for native "guardians" who  help administer Ihe fishery.  Gibsons council hedges on new library site  Approval for a new Gibsons public  library to be built in Holland Park, subject to  a feasibility study being completed, ran into  another hurdle last week.  Gibsons council decided to table the matter pending clarification of the library  board's intent. Mayor Eric Small and Cllr.  Walter Bradshaw said they were under the  impression a site-specific study would be  carried out for the south-cast comer of Holland Park, opposite the post office. Bul Cllr.  Ted Hume said he understood that the feasibility study would examine Ihe whole park  in order lo determine the best localion.  Cllr. Ed Sleeves, who was absent from  the library meeting when the arrangements  were made and Ihe subsequent committee  session al which Ihe deal was recommended  for approval, expressed reservations aboul  the whole process.  The library has been seeking site  approval for more than a year, but has been  delayed while council has wrestled with a  new official community plan and its vision  for future Holland Park use and Ihe communily desire lo see green space mainlained in  lower Gibsons.  Notice to Holiday  Travellers  Sunshine Coast  Langdale ��� Horseshoe Bay  Saltery Bay - Earls Cove  Effective: Christmas Day and New Year'* Day only.  On Christmas Day and New Year's Day. the first sailings  have been cancelled.  The cancelled sailings are as follows:  Lv. Langdale      6:20 am - Lv. Horseshoe Bay   7:30 am  Lv. Saltery Bay   5:45 am - Lv. Earls Cove 6:40 am  Texada Island - Powell River  Effective: Christmas Day only.  On Christmas Day the first sailings between Texada  Island and Powell River have been cancelled.  The cancelled sailings are as follows:  Lv. Texada Island 7:55 am - Lv. Powell River       6:35 am  Over the busy holiday season, allow extra travel time to  the terminals, and look for traffic controllers to help you get  where you're going.  From all ot us at BC Ferries, have a very happy holiday.  BC FGRRIGS  Schedules subject to change without notice.  Meet The Person Who Can  Help You Find Your Home.  No Question About It  We're pnnK.1 to intn icluoe tin' ixwst mcnilxT of tlte Century 21  Siemens Really Team. Clint Thompson is well known cm liv  Sunshine Oust, having lived and neon involved in Imsincss  here far the txist four yens. Clint has now bnmi'Jit his business  laiowledgc, patience ami iimlerstancllrig to Ileal Estate,  Call him any time at home - 886-7588  or office -885-5290.  Oritur  21  Siemens Realty Inc.  5710 Teredo St., Sechelt. B.C.  HAPPY  HOLIDAYS  from the staff of The Coast New  i ���A^ "**���'- .������^flSS  Elves Club  volunteers  expected to  surpass delis erinx  500 Christinas  food hampers this  past weekend.  Donations from all  over the Coast  were consolidated  Thursday and  Friday at  Christian life  Assembly church  on School Koad in  (���ibsuns with  preliminary  sorting of  vegetables finished  in tine day by  (iibsons  Elementary  students.  Joel Johnstone photo  Coast News, December 21,  1992 3  ! ('KOWi: ('ANADIAN CARVINGS        ^  Hdndcwed liom Red Cedat  REASONABLE PRICES ��� Call 885-9694  OPEN: Mon. - Thurs.  12 - 4pm A  Special Christmas Rates  at the  Royal Reach Motel  For all your extra company  or if you don't want to drive  home from that party - get the  Royal Treatment at Royal Reach Motel!  885-7844  Arena may go to regional referendum  hy Stuart llurnside  Regional district voters, through referendum, could be asked lo help pay for the  Sechelt ice arena sometime in the new year,  according to SCRD administrator Larry Jardine.  Jardine said the regional board had not  formally agreed to Ihe idea of going to referendum over ice arena funding but had verbally accepted the possibility when the matter was raised by Sechell mayor Nancy  MacLarty al a recent board meeting.  Jardine said thai, following a referendum,  Sechell would retain control of the arena  while SRCD funding would help with ils  operation.  'If something doesn't happen  we'll either have to go to a  two-tier system, or consider  closing the arena'  ���Mayor Nancy Macl/irty  Mean while, Sechelt council is doing its  part to make the referendum a reality. At  Wednesday's meeiing, councillors agreed to  send a letter to the SCRD officially requesting that Ihe referendum be held as early as  possible.  In bringing the subject up, MacLarty  noted lhat a large number of the arena's users  come from outside the municipality and are  essentially subsidized by the taxpayers of  Sechelt to use the facility.  "If something doesn't happen we'll either  have to go to a two-tier system, or consider  closing (the arena)," she said.  Under a two-lier system, Ihere would be  two sets of ice rental fees, those for Sechell  residents, and a higher fee for those living  outside the municipality.  "We don't want to have to do that,"  MacLarty said, "but that's the way we're  heading."  The arena, which users claim has one of  the highest ice rental costs in Ihe province,  runs an annual deficit of around $150,000.  Community groups get philanthropic boost  Sunshine Coast communily groups are benefitting from Ihe generosity of lhe Vancouver Poundalion.  The Sunshine Coast community Services Society (SCCSS) has  received a $40,000 pledge from the foundation toward the purchase  of the society's building on Inlet Avenu, according to Vicki Dobbyn,  SCCSS execulive director. SCCSS currently rents the space from the  regional district.  SCCSS is an umbrella organisation for family and children's ser-  vteetfv'itlcludirtg the parent/lot drop in centre, providing special ser  vices to children, children's physiotherapy and occupational therapy.  The society also sponsors the Coast's Transition House, a children's  sexual abuse treatment program and a new women's counselling program to begin in January.  Dobbyn said she was "delighted" with the grant.  The Gibsons Teen outreach centre also received a grant for  $5,000, which co-ordinator Emily Barber-Gareau said would be used  to stock a library for the facility as well as purchase a sound system.  "The young people can't live without tnusic," she said,  Needful Things  GIBSONS, B.C  Print from original watercolour  by Lyall Nanson  |S"  Order through E&E Photography,  287 Gower Ft. Rd., Gibsons Landing  886-4586  or  Lyall Nanson 886-3416  Matted 8x10 prints  AVAILABLE NOW  Great Gift Idea-$25  IWA demonstrates against cut reduction  The IWA planned a demonstration al the Langdale ferry  terminal Saturday to protest the  24 per cent reduction in the  Sunshine Coast annual allowable cul scheduled for 1993.  In announcing plans for the  demonstration, local IWA representative Murray Cantelon  issued a three-page attack on the  forest ministry decision, which  he described as an ill-measured  response lo "the pressure of  extreme environmenlal groups  and self-serving special inleresl  groups."  The IWA predicts lhat some  120 direct forestry jobs will be  lost as a result of the cut, with  an additional 240 retail and service jobs threatened. The financial impact will extend lo loss of  stumpage revenues, an increase  in UIC and social assistance  payments, increased bankruptcies and more social services  demands, Cantelon added.  According to the IWA, the  nel result will be a $30 million  economic loss on Ihe Coast,  affecting every communily from  Port Mellon to Egmont.  The union has argued that the  cut is not based on sustainability  figure, and is too drastic lo  impose all at once; a phased  reduction would allow for  retraining, research and development and compensation for  displaced workers, their families  and communities.  "Extreme environmentalists  do not care about the social or  economic impacts," said Cantelon. "Many are prepared to  worship trees and sacrifice families."  The demonstration, which  took place after the Coast News  deadline, was scheduled for 1  pm and expected to lasl 90 minutes.  Have a peaceful and prosperous New Year. Our  best wishes to all of yout  CIBC  Staff  Gibsons  ONLY 1,920 SHOPPING MINUTES  TIL CHRISTMAS...  il.l.l.I.I.I.I.I.lal.l.l.I.I.I.I.I.I,  DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST 0N���!  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DENON DX190 Tapes AIWA Super Power Bass  tsr\AO t^___a____________________m        In-Ear Headphones  each  *2795l  T  T  xcellenl selection ol ia// ond classic ioi k available     CD s \  SOUND ADVICE  5710 Teredo Str  Sechelt ��� Tues  885-7781 Coast News, December 21,  1992  opinion  Library  ��� .  e  uncertainties  lingering  The vacillations of council over site approval for a new  Gibsons library building have reached almost comic proportions.  At stake is use of Holland Park, a critical piece of  green space in lower Gibsons that is not technically a  park, but public institutional land. There is no intention to  chiinge that designation in the new community plan currently being refined at town hall.  At Ihe same time, there is a clear desire lo see green  space preserved, especially with the town facing unprecedented growth pressures.  In the face of this planning pas-de-deux. the library  board has been playing wallflower, feeling the crush  while looking oo from the sidelines. There simply isn't  enough room at the existing library.  The prevailing political mood at town hall recognizes  that the library has been operating from a site on Holland  Park and that it is an appropriate location for a larger  building that would accommodate community needs into  the future.  Converting that will into a firm commitment at town,  however, h.is eluded the library board all year. And now,  having at least wrung a qualified okay from council to  proceed with planning for Holland Park and undertake a  sile feasibility study, the dreaded rumblings of doubt are  resurfacing.  The debate has been lingering on too long already;  frustrations mount while library service diminishes.  Close the book on the issue for the good of all.  Breaking doors,  robbing mouths  Acts of vandalism are usually senseless, destructive  impulses delivered indiscriminately and without malice.  Yet it is impossible to believe that even the most mindless hooligans are unaware what property they have set  about to destroy or what damage is being inflicted in pursuit of cheap thrills.  So it's safe to assume that whoever broke into the  Sechelt food bank last week, the third time this year the  MMMg-tiM been raided, knew what they were doing as  they opened boxes and cans of food and splashed their  contents about the place.  Usually the damage - stupid, upsetting and costly  though it is - extends no further than the property itself,  be it public or private. It is the unseen cost that is truly  , disturbing about the food bank rampage.  Relying, as it does, exclusively on donations, and serving an ever-widening net of families and individuals, the  food bank loss has a direct impact on the lives of people  struggling to feed the most basic human need: hunger.  The perpetrators of the food bank break-in deserve the  condemnation being heaped upon them, even while they  lie beyond the law's reach. There's been an unhealthy run  of break-ins in Sechelt of late.  Plaudits to Mayor Nancy MacLarty and a council  member who preferred to remain nameless for putting up  their own money as a reward for conviction. A stint of  community work at the food bank would be appropriate  retribution for the culprits and a critical learning experience so obviously now lacking.  letters  Council lax  on key issues  At a recent meeiing of Gibsons town council I slated: "I  think the character of this (own  is changing and not necessarily  for the belter." 1 used the recent  clear-cutting of a three acre parcel of land right in the centre of  the township as one example.  The owner responsible for ihis  degradation of an important pan  of our communily was not  bound by any regulations to  consider alternative means of  dealing with a perfectly beautiful little forest.  A totally unacceptable mess  was left behind: stumps,  plowed-up soil and mud puddles, again without any attempt  by our municipal governmenl lo  hold Ihe owner to some rudimentary form of clean up or  visual upgrading. The Municipal Act gives local governments  extensive powers to deal wilh  the protection and integrity of  local assets, such as old and  valuable trees. Why are such  powers not enforced?  This is not the only issue of  serious concern. I find Ihe level  of building development, both  in terms of scope and quality,  unacceptable. The part of Highway 101 running through upper  Gibsons is an aesthetic nightmare. Strip development without additional lanes, traffic regulators and proper setbacks  make it often impossible to get  in and out of mails and parking  lots.  The visual appearance of the  business districl would have  benefitted from Ihe retention of  clusters of irees. Does Ihe town  have a design panel thai could  make convincing recommendations lo keep this place aesthetically pleasing?  Another item is general  mainlenance. The road system is  crumbling under the impact of  too much (raffle and too little  mainlenance like curbing, storm  sewer installation and patching  of defective road surfaces.  There is no money and no tax  base, we are laid. Bul couldn't a  creative and innovative council  come up wilh schemes of raising exlra money (Needful  Things, perhaps) or gelling the  citizenry involved in helping  with garbage control, maintenance of ditches and planting of  flowers?  Safely: whal can be done to  make Gibsons a safe place for  pedestrians? For two years I  have been trying lo coax council  inio putting in sidewalks along  Crucil and Hillcresl and filling  in a dangerous sewer hole right  in front of housing where children live. The response again:  there is no money, besides il is  the responsibility of the department of highways. Is this lo  mean lhat after Iwo years council still hasn't established a cooperative relationship wilh highways to gel roads fixed.  PETER PAUL OCHS  Gibsons  Pender dump  condition angers  An open letter to Jane  Reid, director Area A  I visited our dump site this  morning as I do every three  weeks wilh my minuscule offering of waste, and was angered  by the slate I found our landfill  sile in. This is by the way how il  has been every lime I have  made a trip ihere in the past two  and one-half years.  Cardboard, glass, tin cans  everywhere. An absolute wasle  of recyclable material. There  w.is the usual offering of lumber, drywall and other assorted  ex-building material and plastic  everywhere. In my humble esli-  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  malion the condition of this  landfill site continues, as il has  since my arrival here, lo be very  questionable.  My concern is as follows:  ��� Though 1 have heard you  say lhat wasle management is  important to you and lhal you  have sel up a committee to  review the situation, your  actions seem less than congruent wilh your words;  ��� The landfill sile permit has  been extended for another six  months lo December of 1993  allowing the status quo io continue right through the height of  tourist season;  ��� You voted in favour of  sinking the Chaudiere, an action  lhal may have long-standing  environmental impact;  ��� Your committee lo review  wasle management comprises  the gentleman who transports  residential waste to Ihe site,,lhe  gentleman who has the contract  lo manage Ihe sile, a gentleman  who salvages the sile for personal profit, a woman journalist  and a woman representative  from lhe recycling group.  This is truly an important  issue lo all residents of Area A  and also lo our fragile, overburdened environment. I am not  sure what it is going to lake lo  solve ihis problem in a way lhat  works for us all and is in harmony with nature. We are continuing to do whal we have always  done - dump our mess into the  landfill site, consequences be  damned.  Status quo doesn't work for  me.  STEPHEN GARRETT  Garden Bay, BC  Economists endlessly seeking for solutions in vain?  I think that it was George Bernard Shaw who,  half a century ago, made the observation: "If all  the economists in the world were laid end to end  they still wouldn't reach a conclusion."  If there has been a sure fire growth industry  since then it has been in the field of economics.  OM G.B.S.'s wry observation if made today might  include the world's economists being laid end to  end and six deep in a globe-girdling line bul with a  similar inability to reach any kind of conclusion.  There was, for example, the fascinating and  even hopeful exercise undertaken last week by  President Elect Bill Clinton. To Little Rock,  Arkansas, the incoming presidenl of the Uniled  States summoned some of the best minds in America for round table discussions about the slate of  and the path for the world's only remaining superpower.  It was fascinating and it was hopeful because  here was an elected leader, having won office,  seeking a broad consensus from the captains of  industry, the leaders of trade unions, and those  concerned with the well being of people on what  his country can and should try to do for the welfare  of all.  We are more accustomed in North America, and  probably in that other cradle of Canada the United  Kingdom, to political leaders who get elected  claiming to know exactly what to do. We are more  musings  John burnside  accustomed lo the captains of industry, the trade  unions, and the caregivers being locked in automatic and patterned hostility.  This was an impressive undertaking and the  consensus of the political observers seemed to be  that both Clinton and Gore were impressive in  their management of it. Both the presidenl and lhe  vice-president elect, il seemed, impressed with the  breadth and depth of their information and their  understanding.  When in this country have we been permitted to  see the executive branch of government wrestling  publicly with crucial decisions? Our prime minister has just signed the North American Free Trade  Agreement with the United States and Mexico and,  to the best of my knowledge, not even the legislators in Ottawa have yet seen the text of the agreement  That is more typical of the decision-making  process than what happened in Little Rock last  week.  And speaking briefly of our prime minister,  was anyone else as incredulous as myself when he  proclaimed at a Conservative fundraiser in Edmonton that the incoming American president was  about to adopt the tactics of the Progressive Conservative party of Canada in the twin and conflicting problems of creating jobs and wrestling the  economic deficit under control.  Two questions present themselves. Why would  anybody seek to emulate the policies of a government which has seen the country's debt more than  triple and the numbers of jobless increase almosl a  decade after it got elected promising to solve both  problems.  Secondly, even if the conference in Little Rock  was a fascinating and admirable exercise, it still  didn't break the George Bernard Shaw rule. The  assembled intellects obviously relished the  exchange and the opportunity to be heard, but they  certainly did not come to any conclusion.  If Clinton, still not in command, does not know  what he's going to do how can Mulroney proclaim  that the Americans will follow the Canadian lead,  and God help us all if they do. Our remarkable  prime minister is showing us quite a trick here,  folks. He seeks to ride the coattails of the Ameri  can president on the way to economic solvency all  the while proclaiming that he, Mulroney, is really  wearing the coat.  Everyone in Canada will be affected by the  decisions thai Clinton eventually does reach and  we must all therefore wish him well.  A lot of decisions are going lo have to be carefully made and all of them are going to have to be  the right ones before the economic shambles that  we have managed to achieve becomes more order-  iy.  Meanwhile, mixed messages abound. Some  economists call for stimulation to create jobs and  taxpayers so we can begin lo reduce our deficits.  Conservative economists slill call for a fierce  retrenchment on virtually all social spending to  curb the deficits. These boys and their political  equivalents are the masters of steely eyed resolve  in the face of someone else's suffering.  In truth, the latter is the prevailing international  wisdom of the day. The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund have been insisting to the  Third World for a decade that starvation, disease  and misery have to be endured and the people sacrificed on the altar of fiscal prudence.  No one in Canada seems to have any solutions.  Unless Bill Clinton and his round table can find a  bener and a different answer soon, it may be that  North America's turn to suffer is at hand.  COAST^NEWS  Subtcrlftltm tlaeeK  Crude: t year . $35 ��� $2.45 CST - $37.45  6 months ��� $20 + $1.40 CST - $21.40  toreipr: 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 Clettford Prms ltd.  Gibsons Office  Box 460, Cabsons, B.C., VON IVO  1604) 8862622, Fa�� 16041 886-7725  Stjchtlt OnPce  Box 68 Serhe,!, B.C., VON 3A0  (604) 685-3930, Editorial (604) 685-3980,  Fax (604)885-3954  Manager * Pal Trtpp  Advertising Joan Broccoli, Denise Sherman  Representatives ��� Bill Rogers, Simone Cartyik*- Smith  Office Manager * AnneThomaen  Office Staff  Qlbeona ��� .Sue Connor  Ruth Forrester, .Janice Edmonds  EdUof  Reporter.*  Stuart Burnside  .Jarte Seyd, Darah Hansen  Photographer ���.Joel .Johnstone  Production  Cathy Mack, Fran Burnside,  Beverly Shipley.  Andy Jukes. Annie MacTavish  |  Your communit AWAMD-WlNNtNG  The Sunshine Coast News is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any means Is  prohibited unless permission in wiling is first secured  from Classford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright Coast News, December 21,  1992  opinion  Skits and stones and Christmas cheer  A problem lhat can creep up  on a weekly writer is what to do  about Chrislmas? People who  play music to us on the radio,  for example, don'l seem lo have  ihis sort of a problem. The  music is traditional right? And  traditional is what it's all about?  So, more or less, you just  play il all back over again, and  everyone is totally happy, and in  fact might attack you if you did  anything else.  Somehow ihis does noi work  the same way with written stuff.  People, readers that is, expect il  lo be new and even different,  and unless you are Dickens or  Damon Runyon or Dr. Seuss or  Dylan Thomas or whoever, you  can'l expect to be just running  il by Yuletide to Yuletide.  And yet, I would say, Christmas presents an increasingly  thorny problem, more the spikes  on the holly than the berries. On  the radio today (Wednesday),  there was a phone-in program  questioning what people felt  was most stressful about the  season to be jolly, and more  people out there than could be  accommodated were piling in  with heart-rending examples  ranging from being pressured  into making more mince pies  than was natural to having to  clean up the house for visiting  relatives.  But nobody mentioned Ihe  writer's problem: whal to write  about Christmas in '92? There  are, of course, slill all those  quite marvellous memories -  moonlight on snow and young  carollers crunching aboul from  house lo house. Mornings when  you woke up earlier than ever  before, crawled to lhe end of  your bed, and found a small  flashlight in the mouth of your  stocking.  But, of course, all Ihis stuff  seems hopelessly of the pasl,  really.  The story lhal occurs lo me is  not chosen as any kind of commentary on the world today, ll  is true lhal Ihe people in ii are  all kind of cocked up. They are  in fact, by definition cocked up,  but Ihey are or have been, leaders in their various fields and  they come together, one Christmas, from widely scattered parts  of Canada.  They were all, men and  women, notable over-doers in  Ihe area sometimes referred lo  as 'Christmas cheer.' They were  year-round Chrislmas cheerers,  and they had collected on this  particular Chrislmas in Dr.  Bell's well known spot for the  care and advising of the variously addicted.  Two of Ihem, Newfoundlanders, one a professor and lhe  other a top hydrographies man,  had been long companions in  their chosen bars in St. John's.  They had taken care to give  each other plausible excuses for  where Ihey were going to be  over this period, and were  astonished to find themselves al  Dr. Bell's.  This kind of camouflage was  In a nutshell  HAPPY HOLIDAY!  Sincere good wishes for a joyous Noel to  our good friends and customers. May the  best of this Holiday Season be yours.  Grandma's  Toy Box  Sunnycrest Mall  886-3044  pretty well general. A lop currency dealer for lhe Bank of  Montreal was visiting his family  in Ireland, lhe matron of nurses  at a St. John's hospital was on  some sort of a sabbatical, etc. A  leading Toronto arlist, whom  some of the people recognized,  had lo be called by a different  name.  Still there ihey all were, for a  monlh, and Christmas was  going lo be in il, and Chrislmas  was a notably touchy time for  many of these people. Dr. Bell's  warmly humane and wise program, considered al lhal lime  Ihe best on the continent,  required thai a group would, in  ils second week, present a skit  on the stage to the rest of the  people, the staff and visitors. I  was there for one of ihese and  someway it has stayed in my  memory.  ll was, of course, aboul drink  and Christmas. An alarm bell  rang on a darkened stage and  when the lights came up Santa  Ciaus awakened lo his annual  duties.  He started wandering around  looking for something which  stuart nutter  most of ihe audience realized  was going lo be a bottle of  something, which he eventually  discovered in the bulge of his  stomach. Then he wenl about  rounding up his crew and offering them a toi.  The crew included Scrooge,  Molher tioose, Santa's helpers  and Rudolph the Red Nosed  Reindeer. All were clearly in  parlous slate.  Mother Goose, the matron of  nurses, had a basket with a dead  goose in it and when Scrooge,  lite international money dealer,  pulled it oul he said: "This  goose is slone."  And so il wenl.  Al lhe end, they have all  been converted and have gone  on antabuse. Antabuse is a drug  which, if you lake it and lake a  drink, a sip even, will cause you  to fall down and turn blue.  Hardly, you would think, the  stuff for Chrislmas merriment.  It was this, I guess, which  keeps the skit in my mind. Here  were these people with almost  no reason to celebrate the holiday slill making it a happy  Christinas.  ELEBRATE  6L*Atoi.o,;00f.m,  I fcecWrf HVltlt  ��� CeVttr-m.sWAeW  ��� I itlifV- Mill liv iiule Uol, tcWrr,  Cr s?ll,all  ��� MllfC^ I'ltl'MM'Yfi'Ot'f'l*'  ��� I'l'leri'KvtVaV'iri'nt.vl.xlllrf  ��� iVri) IllHiy a.C,llK.��<  ��� $W err couth  Eaarly Silting fmm 5 ��� 7 p.m.  Regular Menu With Specials  Located mi Eusr Ptirpm'sa* Bay Road  Rfsrautions: 885-3847  letters  Native comments  out of line  I am writing in response to  Ihe front page article of the Dec.  10 issue "Band angered, disappointed over Chaudiere sinking."  My first comment is to slate  that I was neither opposed nor  supportive of the sinking of the  Chaudiere. My opposition lies  in the reaction by our Sechelt  nation. The article made it  sound that it was their way or no  way. My understanding was that  it was delayed and put through  the appropriate legal channels.  The threat of ending the  band's good neighbour policy  sounds like just that - a threat.  To say that quote "...We've  been giving, giving,  giving...they've been taking  from us." I find this very bitter  and unfounded. I think it is high  time for all Canadians to stand  together as ONE, not divided as  Canadians and Natives.  Finally I very much resent  the last paragraph quote "It's  only when the last tree is cut  down, the last river poisoned,  the last air polluted and the last  of the fish caught that people  will believe you can't live,  breathe and eat money." When  I see our Sechelt Native fishermen laying nets across river  mouths at spawning time, then  selling salmon for $1 per pound,  I really think that the Sechelt  Nation should lake a long hard  look at themselves.  The native population has no  restrictions on quantities or time  of year lhat Ihey can lake  salmon. Is this a responsible  attitude? The rest of Canadian  fishermen must follow the governmenl rules of stock protection involving quotas and specific lime limits sel up lo protect  the future of our fishing  resources.  JULIE FLAG  Sechelt  Arena schedule  disappointing  With regard lo the recently  published Sechelt Ice Arena  hours of operation, it should  have been referred to as hours  of non-operation.  How unfortunate for the children and youth of the Coast lo  have one of Iheir few facilities  closed for much of the duration  of Iheir Christmas vacation. A  free skate on the 24th and  another public skate on the 27th  are all that is offered. How disappointing for those who find  new skates under their Iree  Christmas morning.  CAROL ANN LEBLANC  MCCRIMMON  Sechelt  Diamond thanks  Nearly 600 people, from  babies to grandparents, attended  the Charlotte Diamond Concert  sponsored by the Parent-Tot  Drop-In.  I wish to thank our co-sponsors, IGA Plus in Gibsons and  Coasl Cable Vision Ltd., for  their generous assistance;  Sechell Insurance Agency,  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper,  Ken DeVries and Son, Dockside  Pharmacy, Prolech Electronics,  Pronlos and Andy's restaurants  BOXING DAY SALE  Sat., Dec. 26th  Up to 80% off  SOUND ADVICE "  for contributing lo our advertising campaign; the local press for  ils good advance publicity;  Pacific Pastimes, Zippers Kids,  Sayward Books, Coasl Books,  Roberts Creek General Store  and Second Wave lor promoting  ticket sales and, finally, the  many Drop-In parents who  helped to organize this concert.  THERESE EGAN  Coordinator  ust in Time  for Christmas...  Red Straps Jeans  Come in early as this is our  last shipment due to G. W.G.  discontinuing this line.  O WORKWBsR  Ah WORLD   ^  WE RE WORKING FOR VOU  100��. Locally Owned S Opera  1*Uk\\Si*J*��mV^1tm'  NEW YEAR'S EVE  A Night to Remember at:  RESTAURANT  at Bonniebrook Lodge  ��� Fine Westcoast Cuisine  ��� Ocean View Dining  5 Course Gourmet Dinner  Duck Consomme  New Year's Greens  Hot Seafood Terrine of Scallops,  Prawns and Smoked Salmon  Choice of:  Sole Fillet stuffed with Salmon  Mousse  Saffron Sauce  or  Pheasant Breast with  Madeira Wine Sauce and Morels  or  Grilled Beef Tenderloin wilh  Whiskey, Green Peppercorn  Sauce  Raspberry Mousse  Followed by dancing to  the Jazzy sounds of  Gail Bowen  IIA glass of Champagne at  Midnight!!  Party Favours  Limited seating - Book now  Tickets $55 (beverages and  gratuity not included  k  886-2188  *  Yeaf * eJLr  Em/sA Thursday,  MfV December31  ******  ^     MEW     **  CHINA KITCHEN  RESTAURANT  RING IN THE  NEW YEAR!  ,�� with Gerry Teahan  J- and his  ,M Dixieland Swing Band  w  TIX AVAILABLE AT ELPHIES,  GRAMMAS PUB, PARTY STOP,  MAX MUSIC & BUDGET VIDEO  ELPHIE'S  CABARET  LOWER GIBSONS    116*1336  Tickets $25  JhcImcU: Gold &4*t,  Ptviiif *7twoM, Bailee*  P>Uf*&*MuLu^1aecJ!  And...back by popular demand  Live Country Rock wilh  appearing until Sat., January 2  VISA  Tickets $40  per couple  Tickets include:  ��� Full Buffet,  Including Aid. the  special items below  ��� Coffee or Tea ���  ��� GST-  ��� 10 Door Prizes ���  ��� Entertainment,  Music-Controlled Lights,  Large Circular Dance Floor ���  No MSG added  FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL 886-3028  SPECIAL .ADDITIONS TO OUR BUFFET  Starting Saturday, Dec. 26, we'll rotate  the following specials daily:  Roast Beef, Turkey, Ham, Meat Balls, Shishkebabs  The New China Kitchen wishes you  and yours a nappy holiday season!  *228 -1100 Hwy. 101, Gibsons Park Plaza  Reservations taken, phone 886-3028  w Coast News, December 21,  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      Rosemane Cook 885-5821  community  I he tiibsons t-lement.tr.  mtiaaaal i'hnir rnt.i lalris frlllltt  students anil parents with  excerpts from llandrl's  Messiah at a Christmas  concert Wednesday.  Jaael Johnstone photo  from the Staff  of the Coast News  For the finest in area dining  INEVG GUIDE  FEAWRF RFSTAI'RA.XTOI  THK WEEK  Dining at its finest  Magnificent Seafood It Gourmet Cuisine.  Uninterupted view of Porpoise Bay  from each table  l.unch specials offered daily  Reservations recommended  Lunch: 11 am - 2 pm ��� Dinner from 5 pm  Wednesday ��� Sunday  885-38-17 E. I'orpoise Bay Rd., Sechelt  FAMILY DINING  Antfy't Hntwnnt - Lunch and dinner special every dav Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib  Night. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta.  pizza. Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Bninch Buffet every Sunday from  11 am - 2.-30pm. Hwy 10i, Gibsons, 886-M88. Open Sunday and  Monday II 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 loin 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 atmo-  sphere find fabulous meal- 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  me necessary accommodations. For  reservations call 921-8188. All  major credit cards accepted  Caft Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious Our whole  wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on  me premises. Outside dining. Like  out orders for the beach and cappuccino are available. The Coast's  bistro...as unique as the Coast  itself. Mon-Thurs 9 ��� 5. Fn k Sat 9 -  9. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square,  Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  Ov Lebanon Restaurant ��� Come and  join us for Lebanese cuisine. Lunch  .tnd Dinner features include Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian  dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels, Cappuccino, Espresso and Desserts  Mon - Sat 10am - 11pm, Sundav  Item ��� 11pm. Eat in or take-out  Catering for parties and wedding*  Everything we make is made with  love! Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy.  101. at Pratt Road, Gibsons, 886-  3572. Visa and MasterCard  Licensed.  HaW-A-Way Restaurant - 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.  MM* Family Raataurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu Relaxed CDU!1tf)  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are --teaks and burgers, homemade soups, pies and salads, and enlres Dailv Specials.  Take-Out available upon request.  Licensed & air conditioned Open  Sun - Thurs. 11 am - 10 pm. Fri &  Sat 11 am- 11pm. 886-2W3  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jotty Roger ��� Spectacular watertront  dining tn 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. loin 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 even' table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwv 101. Davis Bay.  885-7285.  New Chins Kitchen - CIBSONS  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 -  Thursday 11:30 am - 9 pm. Friday  & Saturday. 11 30 am * 1000 pm,  lunch buffel 11 30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 430 pm - 8:30 pm.  For reservations call B86-3028. Free  deliver,' from 5 pm - 8:30 pm within 6 km radius Minimum S15  order Visa  Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beautv of lem*. Inlet while tasting  one of our mam homestyle specialties in the pub, or Ihe casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to lhe biggest appetite  Backeddv Pub ��� localed 1/2 mile  north of Egmonl on Maple Road.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Pub  open noon - closing Kitchen  hours: Noon -800pm.  Irvines Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entres featuring local produce and  fresh seafood in a relaxed setting  with ocean view. Average dinner  for two, J30. We're now open 4  days a week - Fri & Sat: Noon - 11  pm, kitchen Noon - 9 pm; Sun. &  Thurs: Noon - 10 pm, kitchen  Noon - 9 pm. For the WINTER  MONTHS ONLY, we are closed  Mon., Tues. & Wed. Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard & Visa.  Fully licensed  d&Cdb  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn ��� Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  I o savor this superb dining experience, reservations are required for  dinner Fully licensed. Hours,  Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch 11  am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm, 885-3847,  Chez Philippe Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. The fire is burning every evening in our rugged  slone fireplace. We have candlelight, fresh flowers, linen table  cloths and napkins on our tables.  Soft music is the final touch to sel  the scene for a relaxed evening of  fine dining. We have an extensive  wine list and friendly, professional  service. Your hosts Chef Philippe  und Karen Lacoste invite you to  have thai special dinner you go to  Vancouver for, right here in Cibsons.  A NIGHT TO REMEMBER New  Years Eve: Call for details at Chez  Philippe. Closed Jan. 3 - 18. Follow Gower Point Road to Ocean  Beach Esplanade. Reservations  recommended. 886-2188. Open  from 5:30 pm 6 days a week  Closed Wednesdays.  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 the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas Other entres  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb Caesar salad for two jnd  flam he1 desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours Thurs thru Mon  11-30 - 230 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 the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8-3. Dinner Reservations  Recommended. In the heart of  Sechelt at the Driftwcx>d Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ems) * Gwen'i Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 88aS-7813.  george in gibsons  by George Cooper  Looking back on Ihose  prairie years I guess that guy  called Old Whiskers was the  closest to the real Santa ClaUS  I'll ever see. I was 11 then,  going on 12 and we four boys in  grade 6 were the biggest kids in  our one room school. Of course,  at Christmas concert time we  marched right up to Ihe guy in  the red suit to gel our presents,  bul afterwards we'd snicker  wise-like and figure who it was  lhat was dressed up Ihis year.  Season's  Greetings  and all the best  for 1993  to you & yours,  from us at  I Show Piece Gallery I  Gilbert was Ihe biggest of Ihe  four of us and bossy and kind of  mean in the tricks he'd play on  the rest of us, especially me.  Boy, what wouldn't I give to get  the better of Gilbert just a few  titties, even once. At recess on  our rink, it was just snow  packed down. His team would  be 10 to 20 goals to our team's  goose egg.  Gilbert wasn't the only cause  of my trouble though. Miss Kil-  lick had told me to find a recitation for my part in the concert.  Gosh, recitations, everybody  knows, are just to fill in between  the plays and songs. The only  place I'd find a poem around  home was in the Ladies Home  Journal. No thanks.  The very day lhal I met Old  Whiskers. Miss Killick had really left us downright disappointed. She told us we couldn't  order our usual Santa Claus gift  out of Ihe catalogue. We'd done  it every year since I started  school but Miss Killick said  with wheat al 50 cents a bushel,  Ihey couldn't afford it. The little  kids cried and we pretended we  just suddenly had runny noses.  And worst of all. I had persuaded the little kids on my  leam lo ask for hockey slicks at  HAPPYi HOLIDAY  a 0.   ��� .      V*ft o  At the top of our menu, special servings  of good cheer, "seasoned1' with our very  best wishes for the best Christmas ever'  Betftaurant  AT SUNNYCREST MALL  886*3434  .FROM VANCOUVERi  "I NEED A VACATION!'  RENO  NEW REVISED FLIGHT TIMES  (STARTING JAN. 3)  DAY Mi  DEPARTURES  At our low prices!  AIR FROM  ONLY $169  Suncoast Agencies  Travel & Insurance  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  886-2000  25 cents which lefl Ihem 25  cents for something else. You  see Gilbert was the only one in  Ihe school with a real hockey  stick. I only had a red one from  Woolworth's my aunt in town  gave me.  So I waited in Ihe privy after  school until the others got out of  sight and my feet were beginning to tingle, just so's I could  walk along the sleigh tracks  alone and maybe cry a little if I  had to. It was almost dark when  I turned off the road down our  track and a voice out of nowhere  said, "Sorry to bull in..." and I  fell silly at being caught crying  and talking to myself.  And when Ihe voice asked if  my dad was home, I just nodded  and hurried on ahead. Later in  our kitchen I stared at the  bulging grain sack lied Ovct his  shoulder with a few twists of  binder twine, a long lorn soldier  coat like my dad had in the closet and a week's growth of white  whiskers that made his face look  like a stubble field after the firsl  snowfall. Bul his blue eyes  twinkled and looked right inside  you.  It turned out he knew my dad  and was on his way across the  river to find a job with Ihe railway's tie-cutting camp, and  would stay the night. Bul a  slomt blew up and stayed blowing and drifted the roads over.  Old Whiskers as I called him,  just lo myself of course, stayed  on for a while. "Pull," he said,  "don't push." But I wasn't gelling the hang of it. "Gel lhal  hockey stick I saw you come  home with" he said after Ihe  firsl morning, "and I'll show  you how to shoot." He cul me a  couple of pucks from ihe poplar  pole he had on the sawhorse,  then helped me trample snow  down next to the wood shed.  "H'mmm," he said as he saw  my feeble shot.  When we took Ihe pig swill  off ihe kilchen stove lhal  evening, he jammed the red  hockey stick Into the warm  mash halfway up Ihe handle and  lefl il there while we lugged the  buckets of swill on my sled lo  the sty. "That'll warm il up so I  can gel a curve bent in lhal  blade," he said to ease my puzzlement.  The next day he showed me  how io flick my wrist to raise  that puck knee-high. Boy! And  thai wasn't all he did, In the  evenings he read out of a book  he had in his sack by a Robert  Service.  And he let me use his book  lo learn The Cremation of Sam  McGee. Thai recitation sure  tickled all the grownups at our  concert.  But lhat wasn't as big a thrill  as scoring Iwo goals against  Gilbert's team, bolh limes when  he was in goal.  When Old Whiskers lefl he  forgot his book, or did he forget  on purpose? I've often wondered about lhat. Never saw him  again. See lots of Gilbert though  these days. He's working for me  as foreman in my sawmill  across ihe river in Ihe spruce  bush. He sure would like to buy  a share in my sawmill. Coast News, December 21, 1992  community  by Beverley Shipley  Enjoy your Chrislmas,  Creekers. and remember thai  you don't have lo have big  bucks lo do jusl lhal. Commercialism, noi jusl of Ihe Christmas season, is on Ihe rise every  year and it really is disgusting,  bul your Christmas does not  have to depend on large ticket  commercial ilems to be a happy  one. Convincing your kids who  might be expecting such items  can be a problem, though. A  simpler lifestyle which stresses  less materialism and TV watching is a big help, bul again, this  isn't always possible. Creating  gifts for others from your own  hands, especially wilh inexpensive or natural materials is a  good way lo start. The other  very important ingredient is lo  remember and remind family  members thai it is indeed Beltet  lo Give lhan to Receive.  A proclamation)  It's royally official! Elizabeth II, Queen of all England  and by the grace of God, head  of the Commonwealth, defender of Ihe faith? has made a  proclamation through her royal  subjects the Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, David  Lam and Attorney General,  Colin Gabelmann. Citizens of  Roberts Creek let it be known  lhat whereas and now know ye  lhat Electoral Area D is to be  amended by substituting its  name wilh Roberts Creek. Let  il be known Ihis is a command  and I'm sure residents of  Roberls Creek didn't know lhal  Robens Creek really is Roberts  Creek unlil the Queen has  informed us of Ihis fact.  Crow Road  The face of Crow Road is  gradually but surely changing  as the familiar and beaten-to-  death scenario of a large parcel  of land being partly logged  continues.  RCCA news  There will be no Roberls  Creek Communily Association  meeiing Ihis monlh. Slay tuned  for the January meeiing date  and agenda.  Library news  The volunteer staff at Ihe  Roberts Creek Library wish all  library members and families a  very Merry Christmas. The  library will be closed on Dec.  24, 26 and 31, and will reopen  Jan. 2 in Ihe New Year.  New Year's Eve  Creekers, New Year's Eve  celebrations are in the works.  This year a party is to be held  at the hall, wilh all proceeds  going to the hall fund. Organizers would like this to be a  Creek party, more than jusl a  dance. Tickets on a sliding  scale at whatever amount you  can afford are available at Out  Of Time and Creek Hair Salon.  Bring munchies and musical  instruments. Volunteers are still  needed so if you can spare an  hour of your time please sign  up. This party is lo be nonsmoking and sorry, no minors.  Phone Lee at 885-4410 for further information.  police notes  Twelve break and enter  offences have been reported in  Ihe first half of December.  Thieves have taken large quantities of cigarettes, stereo equipment, tools, car batteries, jewelry and cash from business and  residenlial break and enters.  Approximately $17,000  worth of cigarettes has been  . stolen.  Anyone having information  please call Ihe Sechell Detachment at 885-2266 or Crime  Stoppers at 886-8477.  Investors  Group  nomrton ova utimria  WE CAN HELP  Wt'ra Investors' prafeMlonal flrvsnclsl  planners It's our |ob to liek? sou create  and follow a personal financial plan.  We can help with  ��� Investment Funds  ��� Guaranteed Investment Certificates  ��� Registered Retirement Savings Plans  ��� Regained Rettrenwit Income Funds  ��� Estate Planning  ��� Life and Disability Insurance  ��� Annuities  DEBORAH MEaAIJA  885-4833  J.H. (JIM) BUDD Jr.  8854011  The Weal Lights are on, thanks to the help at.d hard work of Ihe Roberts Creek Volunteer Fire  Department. The display is located al the end of Oldershaw Koad. (Iter 10,000 lights keep the  Christmas wonderland alight from 6pm lo 10 pm nightly until Jan. I. Joel Johnttone  WAm,  'lop 20" realty  _X_______\ kw  Gibsons Park Plaza ��� Phone: 886-2670 ��� Van. line 682-7392 ��� Fax: 8864760  Here We Grow Again!  RE/WAX "top 20" Realty is pleased to welcome to its  growing team of Professional Realtors  JOHN HANSON  John comet lo RE/MAX with 10  years ol Real Estate experience  including 5 vein a* a top producer  with hie former company.  He ie a present member ol the  Multiple Listing Service Medallion  Club, past member of the Master  Diamond Club.  John recognizes that success In  the Real Estate Industry Is only  achieved through a long term  commitment to outstanding  service, Integrity, and hard work.  He Invites all his past clients and  those who want only the best level  ot service to contact him at his new  otlice (886-2670) or at home (886-  8295) anytime.  Chances are we're going to sell your home.  Why not call us first?  886-2670 Van toll free 682-7392  Deletion of major road  network supported  by Patricia Stanley-Clarke  Al Ihe Dec. 2 Sechelt council meeting, first reading was given to a  motion which would delete from the Sechell Official Communily  Plan Ihe major road network element highway roule proposed by Ihe  Ministry of Transportation and Highways.  The roule, which would have run through Wilson Creek, Davis  Bay and Selma Park, has met strong public opposition in recent  months and Sechelt council apparently responded.  Opposition first fonncd when Hylaw 22-18, which was created to  change a portion of the proposed route, went to public hearing earlier  in Ihe year. The bylaw had already received firsl reading by council  al lhat lime. Al lhe Dec. 2 council meeiing that first reading was  rescinded.  A new Bylaw 22-24 will amend the official community plan lo  delete "lhal portion of the major road network element designated  through a portion of Wilson Creek, Davis Bay, Selma Park and D.L.  1541." The public hearing for the new bylaw is scheduled for mid-  January and will be advertised in the district's municipal memo. All  concerned are urged to attend.  Terms of reference for a land use and planning study, lo be undertaken in Ihe new year, are already underway with participation from  Ihe Dislricl of Sechelt, SCRD and a few community groups. In addition, council confirmed that if the District of Sechell reserves Ihe  land for the future highway, no matter what ils location, they will be  fulfilling their responsibility with regard to future funding availability requirements.  datris bay nevus  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  Our dear friend Hilda Coster-  ton is recovering from a broken  leg. Any time is a bad time lo  break a bone but at Christmas?  Sure hope you are up and about  soon, Hilda.  Continuing Ed  Continuing Education will  have a booklet in the mail soon,  providing ISO new courses to  begin in January, Some of these  courses will be at Davis Bay  Elementary.  There is a 50 per cent discount for seniors on most courses offered.  Chaudiere  The sunken ship in Sechell  Inlet brings to mind an opportunity my husband and I had to  snorkel off Grand Cayman  Island. One of the places we  were taken was over a sunken  ship of some vintage. The water  was likely 50 feet deep bul crystal clear.  Below was the wreck, a Russian freighter lhat had foundered  in a hurricane. It was partially  above the sea, rusted, ugly,  completely abandoned, of no  use to anyone. Of Ihe two vessels, the sunken one provided  tourist dollars, a home for nmlli  sea animals and likely harmed  the environment least.  Library  This is the last column before  Ihe New Year. Please remember  the library opens again Jan. 5  and story hour Jan. 6. The annual pot luck dinner is Jan. 17, bul  in keeping with our policy Ihere  will not be any tree burning.  Happy holidays  1 wish all my readers and  especially those thoughtful  enough to contribute lo Ihis  space, a happy, safe holiday season and best wishes for a  healthy New Year.  BOXING DAY SALE  Sat., Dec. 26th  Up to 80% off  SOUND ADVICE "  <4��r *��.������  (***    Pronto's     nM  Restaurants  Wishes You  Happy Holidays  Holiday Hours  Closed Dec. 24,25,26  Open Dec. 27,28,29,30  Closed Dec. 31, Jan. 1  Regular Hours Start Jan. 2  PROflTO'J ITCflK. PIZZA  & SPAGHETTI HOUSE  818 Hwy. 101. Gibsons       5547 Wharf St. Sechelt  886-2929     885-1919  Tis the Season to Shop Locally  Cljr Corporation of tlte  aistvict Of i?CCl)Clt  P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlgt Avenue. Sechell, B.C. VON 3AQ Telephone (604)685-1966 Fax:(604)885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Merry Christmas Skaters!!  The District of Sechelt cordially invites all members of the public to a Free Public Skate  on Christmas Eve Day, December 24th between the hours of 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. at  the Sunshine Coast Arena.  If you have never been to the Arena, now's the time to check  it out. Who knows...you may even see that fellow in the  bright red suit! All reindeer must remain in the parking lot!  Public Notice  Garbage Pick-Up,  Christmas 1992  Please note that there will be NO garbage  pick-up by Sunshine Coast Disposal Sen/ices  in Davis Bay, Selma Park and West Sechelt  on the following dates:  Friday, December 25th, 1992  Saturday, December 26th, 1992  Normal garbage pick-up will resume on Friday,  January 1st, 1993.  District of Sechelt Office Hours  Please note the dates and times the Municipal Hall will be open during the Christmas  and New Year's holiday season:  Monday, December 21st to  8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  Closed  Closed  8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  Closed  Thursday, December 24th  Friday, December 25th  Monday, December 28th  Tuesday, December 29th  Wednesday, December 30th  Thursday, December 31st  Friday, January 1st, 1993  I Sechelt Ice Arena Hours of Operation  | Christmas .Season 1992  i Friday, December 25th, 1992  Saturday, December 26th, 1992  | Sunday, December 27th, 1992  Closed  Closed  Public Skate  2:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.  Closed  Closed  Closed  Closed  Closed  The Arena will re-open with the regular schedule on Saturday, January 2nd, 1993.  ���1  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  ��� Monday, December 28th, 1992  | Tuesday, December 29th, 1992  I Wednesday, December 30th, 1992  | Thursday, December 31st, 1992  I Friday, January 1st, 1993  I  clip and save ^b*  Mayor's Hotline: 885-5360  IT  Regular Council Meetings  Regular District of Sechelt Council Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of  each month at 7:30 p.m. in the SCRD Board Room.  [  Seasons Greetings     |  from Council and Staff at  the District of Sechelt...  \\fo      \&J      fc<*      %U      *U      Ifo      ^  S��-.��a^        mPx'-'^r        -S^'.'a^        *r*-V4rm*        ��****'*"<$*        <te��'*r^fc        *���=-*'.�� v  re >���  WldOrttf  T  ���*-*-U***L-,.^.  rs  rc��   J -a-      . .,  C.I.. ,    la.! -V  I  a *\    ' - ���  I.V.I..    ���   ���. .        ...  j  > a* (a    ',( Sal .**  :.,,... r,.,,.,  ��� *��.���������,"',. ���     ��� ���*.  fe- .  *& V  ���������r �����  ^v-f  ��� '       ������"* m\\\\\\\W-LA        m.\  .'.-..!'  *��.\  i2M'  The  Sechelt Indian Band  and the  Sechelt Indian  Government District  wish you all a very  ���T    ���        a (J  ^ '< ^'  erry Christmas  and a  appy New Year  May we all achieve our dreams and goals in  the coining year.  IL  A* 11  VK  d  ^^liDit*,.,.^!^^,. i-/lffL iirfk    t<CS>  i      ����������� Coast News, December 21,  1992  tolfmoon happenings  community  by Ruth Furrester, 885-2418  The Welcome Beach Community Association certainly  lived up lo its name last Saturday There was such a feeling of  warm welcome as one entered  Ihe beautifully decorated hall,  aglow with coloured lights, balloons, a beautiful Chrislmas  tree, and tables sel for whal  proved lo be an utterly delicious  dinner - homemade turkey wilh  all Ihe trimmings.  Master of Ceremonies Bill  Vorley did his usual fabulous  job of making everyone feel  welcome to an enjoyable  evening of good food and entertainment.  following dinner, lhe Quarter  Tones, a group of young singers  who are making quite a name  for themselves on Ihe Sunshine  Coasl. presented a great program of songs, some solos,  some group numbers.  Tables  and   chairs  were  moved to make room for dancing and the place bounced for  Ihe rest of the evening to Ihe  music provided by Paul Hansen  and Justin Melgaard.  These two fine musicians  will play again at Ihe New Year  parly at the hall for which tick-  els are available by calling 885-  4590, 885-9269 or 885-9032.  At The School  Last Monday saw the first of  whal may become a tradition at  Halfmoon Bay School when the  children played host lo grandparents and seniors from the  area by serving afternoon lea.  Noi only was tea served bul  each class entertained the guests  by singing some of Iheir Chrislmas favourites, all of which was  thoroughly enjoyed by the  delighted grandparents.  New auxiliary executive  There were 47 members present for lhe Halfmoon Bay  branch of Ihe Hospital Auxiliary  when they held their combined  annual general meeiing and  Chrislmas luncheon at the Welcome Beach Hall last Monday.  Retiring president Connie  llobbs was lhanked and applauded for Ihe great work she  has done as presidenl for these  pastIhree years.  Ilildegard Erber was appointed presidenl, Clara Price is vice-  president. Pal Boyd, secretary  and Edna Hildilch is treasurer.  The nexl meeting will be Jan.  11 at 10 am al Welcome Beach  Hall. Some new members would  certainly be made welcome to  help out wilh the many tasks  undertaken by Ihe present group.  Greetings  Since Ihis is Ihe last column  before Chrislmas. I would like  to lake Ihis opportunity to send  my greetings to friends and  readers who help keep the column alive by passing on information wilh which lo fill space.  Holiday greetings  Ihere are a couple of greetings I would like lo send oul to  good friends who have lefl the  area, but who receive Ihe Coast  News weekly. To Ronnie Dunn  in her home in Bonny Scotland  and to Nikki Weber who has settled on Texida Island - Merry  Christmas and a Happy New  Vear. You are bolh missed by  many of us. Special good wishes  loo lo my fellow wotkers at Ihe  Coast News - it is a pleasure to  be part of this greal hunch of lal-  enled and creative people  One last thought. Ihere are  many lonely people living right  here in our midst who have uo  lamily membeis with whom  Ihey can spend Christinas. II you  know of anyone who may upend  Christmas alone, do try to  include al least one of litem at  yout Christinas dinner or at youi  New Year celebration.  A Merry Christmas lo all.  WM  "top 20" realty  Gibsons Park Plaza ��� Phone: 8813-2670 ��� Van. line 682-7392 ��� Fax: 886-3760  Here We Grow Again!  RE/MAX "top 20* Realty is pleased to welcome to its  growing team ot Professional Realtors  NEIL SANDY  Nell hat been ��� resident of the  Sunshine Coatt tor over 25 years.  Prior to hit carter in Real Estate,  Nell was en employee ol Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper lor 12  years. Now, after 2 successful  years in local Real Estate, Nell haa  bean Invited to join the team of  "Top Producers" st RE/MAX "Top  20" Realty.  Neil welcomes all his friends,  clients and mill astocistes to  phone or drop by his new office et  Gibsons Park Plan.  Chances are we're going to sell your home.  Why not call us first?  886-2670 Van toll free 682-7392  R���AL ���STAT��� CORD���R  by Herb Craig  REP: GIBSONS REALTY  To All My  Valued Clients  & Friends  time to think of Santa Claus, ol mistletoe and holly,  '   -/rapping presents, trimming trees,  Ot everything that's jolly.  It's also time for families to be gathering lar and near,  And especially time tor wishing you  The season's {oy and cheer.  Let Christmas fill your heart and home with everything that's nice.  May the next few days of feeling  Stay with you all through life.  Merry Christmas and Happy New Yearl  I wish you sll love, warmth and happiness.  Chatelech students take a bow for their rendition of The Grinch Who Stole Chrislmas during Christmas I  > Wednesday evening.  Joel Johnstone photo     ^  YOU WILL BE|SOLD|ON MY SERVICE  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS REALTY LTD. 886-2277  %  sechelt scenario  by Deanna I.ueder, 885-73(5  The Elves Club had a successful telethon and they ask  that people please honour their  pledges.  Mail your cheque lo Box  1107, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  The telethon raised nearly  $18,000 towards their goal of  $50,000 providing gift hampers  for more than 500 families.  All contributions are welcome for this excellent cause  lhat endeavours to see lhat  Santa forgets no child this  Christmas.  Call 886-7743 for information.  Road checks  A couple of reminders for  everyone. There are road checks  sel up by Ihe RCMP lo calch  drinking drivers and hopefully  prevent any tragedies Ihis holiday season.  Ferry travel  Travellers take note that  early morning sailings will be  cancelled between Horseshoe  Bay and Langdale and between  Earls Cove and Saltery Bay on  Dec. 25 and Jan. 1.  Jusl four more sleeps until  Sanla arrives, and anticipation  fills the hearts of children and  more than a few adulls.  The holidays have begun and  homes are noisy as lasl minute  preparations and purchases are  made.  The concerts, crafl sales,  school parties and examinations  are over. Relatives and friends  arrive as others leave, all lo  spend Christmas with Iheir  loved ones.  Trees are being decorated  and Christmas lights are everywhere. Wonderful smells of traditional holiday baking and the  music of Christmas fill our  senses.  The Sunshine Coast awaits  Christmas, green or while. I  hope the special love of the season and the hope of rebirth and  renewal touches everyone this  Christmas.  Merry Christmas to us all  and may 1993 be a good year to  us.  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS  will be  CLOSED AT NOON DEC. 24  We will  RE-OPEN TUESDAY, JAN. 5,1993  We wish you all a  Happy Holiday and the  Very Best in the New Year!   - The Staff & Brassy the Cat  5707 Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-2923  1 in 5 CANADIANS  CAN'T BREATHE PROPERLY  But you can beat tho odds on lung distase.  ��� Arm yourself with the latest lung facts from the B.C. Lung  Association.  ��� Reduce air pollution from residential wood smoke and aulo  emissions with tips from the Association.  ��� Support advanced research and province-wide community  education programs sponsored by your Lung Association.  B.C. Lung Association Box 34O09. Station D, Vancouver, B.C. VW 4M2  lAdvtntsIng space drmateilby ilii, .luNiaititin)  Christmas brings us a special opportunity  to wish our valued customers the very-  best that the season can bring...peace and joy  and the special closeness of family and  wonderful friends. It is our wish for you that  this Christmas is the very merriest ever, and  that the New Year brings you and your family  health, hope, and of course, happiness.  Happy Holidays to You!   Yuletide Hours   Open until (1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 24 ��� C.kstd Christmas &  Boxing Day ��� Open until f> p.m. New 1ears Eve ��� Closed  Friday, New Tears Day ��� Saturday, January 2 - Open 9 a.m.  (i p.m. . 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Sandwich Trays  Fresh Salads, Pate, BBQ Chickens at Chester Chicken  (party packs) Coast News, December 21,  1992        11  harbour tMatch  community  by Jaealvn Vincent  lhe clinic auxiliary would like to thank  everyone who helped with the craft fair  recently.  The lucky winners of the raffle arc as follows: firsl prize, a heauliful ceramic deer  donated by Pauline Hancock went lo Nina  Whittaker; Sally MacVean won the second  prize of an afghan donated hy tela tiriffilh;  Ihe Blue Shoe donated third prize of a  Christmas plate won by Shanna l.ussier;  Terry Calhoun donated Ihe lable decoration  which Mary Smallwood loved; and Ihe dinner for Iwo from the Garden Bay Restaurant  wenl to Chris and Diane Clilflingler. Congratulations to all the winners.  A special thanks goes to I\___\__ Curtis and  Ihe Pathfinder girls lot making the sandwiches and to all those who worked so hard  in Ihe kilchen; also lo Kulh Kobus for looking after Ihe tables.  Christmas Carol Ships Sail  The Chrislmas carol ships may he boarded on Dec 22 lot anyone who would like to  participate in au evening of singing carols.  Departure time front Garden Hay will be  6:30 pm and the boals will join up in  Madeira Park, then leave Ihe dock at 7 pm.  Anyone wanting to go may conlacl Wilma  Thompson al 883-2445. Remember lo dress  warmly.  Three Ball Soccer  The three ball soccer this year will be  held on Boxing Day. Dec. 26 al Ihe Madeira  Park l-leineulary School playground at I pm.  Come one, come all, run off a few calories,  get wet and have fun. Three balls, Ihree  goalies, three whistles. Don't miss it. it's a  ball, in fact, it's three ball.  Special Thanks  Since Ihis is the last column of 1992 I  first would like to wislt everyone a joyous  and safe holiday season. I cannot forget all  the shutins, hospital bed-riddens and families  lhat have fell a loss recently - lo all these  people I wish a very special recovery.  Thanks also goes oul lo all Ihe people  who have contributed events and articles for  Ihis column; lo Stan and Jackie at Marina  Pharmacy and Richard at the PctroCan for  allowing their businesses lo be drop-off  points.  These people certainly show how community effort works. Sinceresl lhanks!  New List of Executives  The Royal Canadian legion Branch 112  elected Iheir 1993 executives recently. Welcome to all of them: presidenl, Jim Murphy;  first vice-president. Geoff Crowlher; second  vice-president, Bill Mackenzie; treasurer,  h'red Hunsche; secretary, Joyce Clay; executives Joe Adams and Harold Clay. Winners.  Winners of Ihe early bird membership  are: C. Orr. Alina Hay and Robert T'hirwell.  The legion would also like to welcome  the new management in Ihe kilchen, which is  entitled l.ou's Kilchen, formerly the Ruby  Lake Cook Look for Ihe new menu!  A.s The Tide Changes  ll will be hard lo decide where to go this  New Year's Kve with so many great placet  to go right in our own area.  A reminder lhal Ihe pool will be closed  from Dec. 21 lo Jan. I  Congratulations to all Ihe Pender Harbour  students who made Ihe honour roll.  Unlil 1993 - Merry Chrislmas and Happy  New Year.  ABC-  Ambulance  Medevac  helicopter lifts  off from  Madeira Park  Elementary'*!  soccer field with  a critically ill  patient last  week. The  patient was  transported to  Vancouver  General  Hospital. The  emergency  response service  is winning high  praise from  Pender  Harbour  doctors.  Roxanne Gregory  pholo  golden lifelines  by Joyce Ostry  The threat of snow and a  gray (fey didn't spoil another  first tW'#(*efit in the flew ���  Seniors Centre Branch 69. The  activity was the installation of  new officers and general meeting thai was held at 1:30 pm,  Thursday, Dec. 17.  The incoming table of officers include Stan Johnson, president; Tom Billing, first vice-  president; Dave Knight, second  vice-president; Betty Calli, secretary; and Beryl Butler, treasurer.  New board of director members include: Mary Banncrman,  Larry Grafton. Mel Neelands,  Mona Osborne and Robbie  Robson.  The beautiful new building  needs some volunteers to ease  in the normal use. ll can'l hurt  lo make lhat phone call to sec if  your talents could -be useful.  The number is 885-3513.  Tickets are still available at  Talewind Books, Books and  Stuff, Larry Grafton al 885-  7173 or 885-2759, Len Herder  at 885-2878 or 885-2352 for the  New Year's five dinner and  dance. After Ihe sit-down dinner, Jack Bourne's group will  provide the music for dancing.  Tickets are $20 per person.  Week of Jan. 11  The Christmas spirit finally  took hold as I listened to the  Christmas program at Chatelech  Secondary. Chatelech now hits  a 'real' music program going  on. Mrs. Kenyon is bringing Ihe  joy of music lo Ihe students at  the school and lo our community. Thank you, Mrs. Kenyon  and students. The drama production was The Grinch Who  Stole Chrislmas and it provided  a lot of material for chuckles.  May I wish all of you a joyous holiday season! See you in  1993.  by Lynn Mees  'Twas Ihe nighl before  Chrislmas, when all through Ihe  Mont, not a creature was gossiping, not even a monster. The  presidenl of Ihe Egmonl Community Club was sleeping, the  Vice too! But the Pres wouldn't  sleep because Santa was coming, he knew! He had a string  lied to his eta. On the other end  was Santa's beer. Suddenly he  fell a lug, and ran into the  room, bul il was on a monster.  So he was struck with gloom,  poor Pres thought his slocking  would never gel filled, but lhat  was a mistake, because in Ihe  morning Ihe slocking was full.  Full, yes of never ending projects and ideas. How do we get  Ihe Egmont school happening  again? Do you realize Sanla  how many kids we have in the  Mont? Yes, enough lo open up  the school.  A small core got together on  Wednesday to decorate the Iree,  thanks to Bill and Shirley who  got the iree. It's a beauty.  We all hope you recover  soon, Don Devlin and all Ihe  strength be wilh you, Katie.  Merry Christmas everyone and  be happy. May peace and love  fill your heart.  As a result of the fire Dec. 14, donations for  Norma Vernon and Raymond Givogue are  being accepted at the Landing General Store.  272 Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons Landing  886-2818 or at Gambler Silkscreen  373 S. Fletcher Rd., Gibsons 886-9394  Notice Board  I Ingoing events must he updated monthly  Wc reserve Ihe ri|iiit lo cdii submissions lur brevity  All submissions shnuld reler lo non-profit events of genuine community inlerest  Items will be listed Ihree weeks prior 10 the evenl.  MONDAY, DECEMBER 21  Children's Christmas Dance Workshop.  Dances using Christmas music and stories,  Gibsons United Church Hall; 4 - 6 years: to ���  tlam, 7-11 years: 11am ��� 12:15 pm. No dance  training necessary. $3 lee with all proceeds to the  Gibsons Food Bank. Pre-register please with  Leslie l iioit, 886-801'.  MISCELLANEOUS  The Weals' Lights are on, 6 - 10 pm every  evening until Jan. I, Hwy 101 and Oldershaw Rd.  Everyone welcome lo come and browse.  National Lifeguard Certification Course. Dec.  21 ��� 23 and 28/29, 9am - 5pm. PH Aquatic &  Fitness Centre. Pre-reqs: 16 years, Bronze Cross  and CPR Level "C". Phone 883-2612 to register.  PH Aqualic & Fitness Centre will be closed  Dec. 21 - Jan 1 for maintenance and repairs.  Reopens Jan 2, 2 - 4 pm, for 1st Day Swim and  Winter Program registration.  St. Mary's Hospital Thrift Shop will be closed  until 10am, Tues. Jan 5. Donations will not be  accepted during this period.  Gibsons Outreach Teen Centre is open Thurs.  & Fri. 3:30 ��� 10 pm, Sat. 10 am -11 pm, Sun. 1 -  8 pm.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, 716 Winn Rd.,  across from Post Oflice, Gibsons. Displays are  constantly changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours of opening or 10 book a tour: 886-8232.  "Living with Cancer" Support Group meetings  in Gibsons and Sechelt. For info re: times and  places, call Pearl at 886-8369. All welcomel  Parent Tot Drop In at the following locations  from 9:30 - 11:30am: Gibsons United Church  Hall, Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri.; Sechell SI. Hilda's  Hall. Tues.; Wilson Creek Community Hall,  Thurs. For info call 885-5881.  Glbaons and District Public Library Christmas  Hours: Dec. 22. 23, 29 & 30. 9:30am - 2:30 pm;  Closed Dec. 24, 25, 26, 31 and Jan. 1 & 2. For  more information, call 886-2130.  MONDAYS  Breakaway Parents Support Group. Is your  child acting out? Using substances? Do you need  a loving, accepting, 12-step support group? Join  us at 7:30pm, 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons. Call  886-2423. 42  Sunshine Choristers practise al 7pm In St  Hilda's Church, Sechelt. If you enjoy singing,  please join us. For into call 885-4405. 42  TUESDAYS  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38: Exercise  Class, 11 am at Harmony Hall, for info, call 886-  3544; Bridge starts 1 pm, for info call 886-7685.  WEDNESDAYS  Caregivers' Support Group meeting, 1 - 3 pm  at Kirkland Cenlre, 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 female divers welcome.  Sunshine Toastmasters meetings will be cancelled for the Christmas season starting Doc. 16.  First meeting in the new year is January 6 and  then every Wed. at 7:30 pm at Chatelech  Secondary. Learn leadership, communication and  public speaking skills. Everyone welcome.  Navy League Cadets for males & females 10 to  13 years of age, 6:30pm in Gibsons Legion Hall.  Continuous registration year round. Uniforms provided. Call Marc, 886-7089.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38: Carpet  Bowling at Harmony Hall, 1:00 pm. Info: 886-  9271. 43  Children's Story Hour, 10 - 11 am at Wilson  Creek Hall, sponsored by WC Reading Centre  and WC/DB Communily Assoc. Bring a snack.  Volunteers invited as readers, library helpers  and/or hosts. Info: Hilda, 885-9863 or Reiko, 885-  5264.  THURSDAYS  Sunshine Coast Twins or Triplets Club meel  first Thursday ol every month,  10 am at  Rockwood in Sechelt. Anyone interested bring  your children or call 885-7679 for more info.  Birth Control Clinic al Coasl Garibaldi Heallh  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, Gibsons, from 7 to 9 pm.  Everyone welcome, no appointment necessary.  865-7770. ��We will be closed Dec. 24 and 31,  and will re-open Thurs. Jan. 7.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets afternoons 12:30-2:30pm, call 886-2692. and  evenings 6:30-8:00pm call 886-7159, at the  United Church, Glassford Rd��� Gibsons.  Gibsons Pensioners branch #38. Bingo at  Harmony Hall, 7:00 pm. Everyone welcome. Info:  886-9906. 43  FRIDAYS  Gibsons United Church Thrift Shop, open 1 - 3  pm in basement al rear, off Truman Rd.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38 activities at  Harmony Hall: Painting for Seniors, 10:00 am;  Tai Chi at 2:30 pm; Cards at 7:00 pm. Info: 886-  2131. 43  SATURDAYS  SC Minor Hockey Meat Draws, 2 - 5 pm at the  Wakefield Inn. Call 885-7666.  Bridge, lirst and third Saturdays at SC Goll &  Country Club, 7:30 pm. $2.50/person, bring a  partner. Info: 885-5428.  Chapman Creek Hatchery Tours, Weekly group  tours by appointment only. 4381 Parkway Rd. (off  Field Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-4136  Kuy.il ( .ih.kIi.iii Legion Branch 140 Sechelt CK)  New Year's Eve Dance jf%  Sail. Dec. 31   ��� fipm - 2am  Music by "BMW11  Buffet Dinner  .it 9pm, (<ilere(l by  New l .1111,1 Kitchen  Door Prizes  in kets available al the bai  $ IS couple ��� $!7.S1leach  Im inio. call885-9922  A    -"n  The Staff and  (Pphhlg * Mana&ement at  REALTY LTD.  Qr   V Be 3JS   Gowei Poml Road. GiPson,, I  ���ttjK  IT'S TIME TO PLAN  New Year's Eve  AT THE  cedArs  PUB  Last year voted the Best Party in Town!  This year should be even better.  Here's our Program (or  8:00 pm  We open  9:30-10:30  Appetizers  10:30-11:30  Baron of Beef or Seafood  Midnight  Free favours to make lots of noise  Champagne Cocktail  ^12:30-1:30  Dessert                                      _  Great Entertainment till 2:00 am.  PLUS a IXX1R PRIZE of  4 - 1 Day Ski Passes at Whistler!  Draw at 2:00 am. You MUST be present to win.  Your cost: $25 per person  Sounds great ? Phone your friends...nial<e up a party.  Phone for Reservations  ���  886-8171 ____  leisure  iiniiuiii itittiiiiltiitltiiiitKiitsiiiiiiii  May the Joy, rest* S lore of  Christmas stay with you through the  Sew Year.  ��� Louise, Norma, Anna & Veil  We will be closed  Dec. 25-26-27, Jan. 1-2  17* Gamrr a*.aiM Rat, Mhsajsaj Ua>ataa|t ��� fWaa 'MIN  Toying around at Christmas  Gibsons Legion Branch 109  ret i it  HzH pnilt Mt .nn  New Year's Eve  Party  Tour choice of two bands  True Colours in the Lounge  Local Traffic in the Hall  Party favours V Llsltt Snacks  Tickets sold in advance only   *m*\^  at thenar SIS each  Dress Semi-Formal  o  DE DUTCH PANNEKOEK HOUSE  DE BREAKFAST ��� DE BRUNCH ��� DE LUNCH ��� DE UCKXJS  NOW OPEN  bWa*m.-WpM Weekdays  8Ma*m. -$00 p.m Weekends  And tbe coffee is  on DE HOUSE  and breakfasts beautiful!  Behind Cedars Inn on Shaw Road-  Across from Sunnycrest Mall, Hwy. 101, Gibsons  886-9090  Setuqn'd  Greeting*  It's a happy time of year.. a time to ex tend ou i sincere good  wishes aind thanks for your friendship. It has been such  a pleasure knowing you and serving you d u ring the year.  So that our employeesmay enjoy the holidays with family  and friends, we will observe these special hours:  Tuesday, December 24     8am - noon  December 25 - 27 Closed  December 28-30 8am-4pm  December 31 - Jan.3 Closed  Monday, January 4      Regular Hours  Hwy. 101 at Pratt Rd., Gibsons ���   886-7359  Electronic and  remote control  gadgets are in,  there's a bustling  trade in trolls,  model  airplanes and cars  are still a  popular draw.  But beware:  Teenage Mutant  Ninja Turtle  paraphernalia is  now passe  Story by Darah Hansen  and Jane Seyd  Lee Taylor and Leigh Wakey recommend taking a (Iyer on kites if your gift buying  decisions are still up in the air. Darah Hansen photo  Gone are the days when  visions of sugar-plum fairies  were enough to light up the little  faces of North America's children.  These days if you want to see  anything lighl up, you're probably going to need batteries.  Among the season's hot  sellers in local toy departments,  anything remote control sells,  says Tim Enns of Magic Sound  Electronics.  Slacked among the Christmas collection in the store this  ye.v are monster trucks, police  cars and space-age type molor  creations - all moving quickly,  says Enns. And it's not just the  kids who are getting them, he  adds: "A lot of ladies are buying  these for their husbands."  Meanwhile, what child  wouldn't be thrilled to see a  walking, spinning Tyran-  nosaurus Rex under the tree?  "See his eyes light up as you  roam the primeval forest with  the most powerful creature that  ever existed" - a lot to get from  a 10-inch, wire-controlled figure.  Electronic musical instruments are doing well too, says  Enns - small keyboards in particular as well as the size one  "Dancing Feet" which shuffle  and jump to the sound of music.  And then there are trolls,  trolls and more trolls.  From puffy-haired mini trolls  that fit on Ihe ends of pencils to  costume-clad big guys lo "la  piece de resistance" of Trolls,  Baby Giggle - who crawls, falls,  giggles and gently beats her  hands and feel on the ground in  lemper-lantrum-like fashion -  Ihe mysterious Scandinavian  creatures are slill lopping Ihe  consumer Christmas charts.  "I think it has a lot to do with  the fact that they are totally  different than anything else,"  says Grandma's Toy Box manager Barbara Laffere, adding,  "ll seems lo be Ihe numbers Ihe  kids are interested in." Laffere  says she's heard kids compare  collections of 10,20 and 30  trolls.  At Pastimes, where Ihe philosophy of toy selling is  focussed more on the traditional, owners Lee Taylor and Leigh  Blakey say lhe classic toys are  still Ihe bestsellers.  Bridging the generation gap  are Lego sets, wooden trains,  Mr. Potaloe Head, Tonka Toys,  kites and slinky (now available  in turquoise and hoi pink).  The Darda World Class  Bump and Go Speedways are  doing really well, says Taylor,  bul even those little pull-back-  SEASONS GREETINGS  GIBSONS MOTOR INN  Haid-A-Way Restaurant  Hwy. 101 at Park Road  886-4501  Don't forget if you don't have room for  out-of-town guests - we do!  and-lel'er-rip car sets are moving into Ihe 1990s wilh "patented Mega Motor" and "precision  clutch and gears," designed by  Ihose famous German engineers.  For small hands which want  lo really gel involved, car and  airplane models are also making  a comeback, says Rick Dixon,  who manages Ihe loy department at Sechell Hardware. Car  sets come in varieties from the  68 Muslang to Ihe new Porsche.  For boys who jusl want lo be  boys, there's still the Range  Rider plastic rifle, not (o men-  lion Ihe oldie-bul-goodie water  pistol, guaranleed lo send sisters  into hysterics. Future loggers  can also get some practice on a  plastic chainsaw, which comes  complete with appropriate  sound.  For well-meaning adults  rushing out to buy Teenage  Mutant Ninja turtle paraphernalia, be warned. "They're not Ihe  hoi item anymore," Dixon comments. Other ilems wilh waning  interest value include science  kits and games - though Chinese  Checkers, Tiddley winks and  Operation can still be spotted on  the shelves.  Kids today know what they  like and what they don't, says  Dixon. And with today's hyped  TV advertising, they also "don'l  think 150 bucks for a toy is very  much money," he comments.  Parents apparently have other  ideas though. More middle-  income people have been looking for used toys Ihis year, says  Bobbi Bennett of Second Wave  children's consignment.  Amongst the tykes' clothing  in lhat store, a sel of wooden  blocks, a plastic sled, a Softball  mitt and an old viewmastcr with  cartridges featuring Buck  Rogers to Winnie Ihe Pooh are  some of the available items.  Classics like Gl Joe and  children's books are slill popular, says Bennett, who adds  people lend to hang on to the  name brand toys because Ihey  last so well.  And speaking of long-lasting,  what holiday season would be  compiele without Barbie?  "We carry Barbie because  she is Barbie," says Blakey  from Pastimes, who says Ihe  doll is a steady seller all year  round.  Barbie hasn't changed much:  "She's still got Ihose same  funny-shaped feel" says Blakey  - perennially ready to slip into  glamorous high-heeled shoes.  Bul while Ihe doll itself  hasn't changed much, the outfits  are more daring lhan ever.  Decked out in gold and green  spandex beach wear, Barbie,  Ken and little sis Skipper dolls  sport tans thai would make  cancer specialists shake their  heads in despair. As a modern  man on the go, Dance Magic  Ken comes with not jusl one -  but three separale outfits (ballet  lo salsa), while not lo be outdone, Totally Hair Barbie now  comes with her own styling gel.  Bul Pastimes' modest collection on display at the front of  the store is nothing in comparison to what they've gol hidden  in Ihe backroom: a secrel stash  of four dazzling collector's ilem  dolls, dressed in Matel's finest  parly gowns.  "This is my retirement fund,"  Blakey laughs.  Meet The People Who Can  Help You Find Your Home.  JOHN NELSEN  DAVID CALLINCHAM  CENTURY 21 Siemens Realty Inc. is pleased to  introduce the newest members of our team. John Nelsen  and David Callingham have joined forces to provide the  highest quality service available in the Pender Harbour  Real Estate market. John and David are long-time  residents of the Sunshine Coast and are available to  help you with all of your Real Estate needs. Call John at  883-9773 or David at 883-9435, or at our office, 885-5290.  No Question Atout It.'"  Qntuifc  SIEMENS REALTY INC. ��� 5710 Teredo St., Sechelt  u - I rmfcmarki of Century 21 Rctl Estate Corporation, lath office Is todependenlly owned & ���*-*raied Coast News, December 21, 1992       13  leisure  1  ,y  . 11  Hi  r  j  \'  W"  '__  y  *>*^*  ^��  Sylvia Joe's  Industry and  designs come  together in the  converted  garage of a busy  family home In  Roberts Creek.  Joel Johnstone  photo  Stitching together fashion dreams  by Darah Hansen  Sylvia Joe is not your average molher of  six.  Six years ago she was struggling to get by  - she didn't have a job, was involved in an  unstable marriage and found herself making  important choices in her life that were based  on need instead of want.  She decided to change all lhat.  "My molher told me there was a sewing  machine for sale in the second hand store, so  I bought il for $12," she says.  ' I didn't want to live on welfare for the rest of my life'  Sylvia,loe  "I just started playing wilh it. I guess you  could say my motivating thought was I  didn't want lo rely on a man and I didn't  want lo live on welfare for Ihe rest of my  life."  With her one-year-old son craddled in  one arm, Joe moves through the house bringing oul examples of her work. Hung on wall  hooks, draped on the backs of Ihe kilchen  chairs, Joe's clothing designs give colour to  Ihe otherwise plain family home tucked  away in Roberts Creek.  A black salin bolero jacket is her first  choice for display, "Thai's really mine," she  says of the design's origin. She points to the  red satin material delicately quilled inio Ihe  upper half of the little jacket, "Quilting is  my specially."  There's a surprising variety lo her clothing: sleek evening dresses, smart business  suits, colourful summer clothes, embroidered shirts and kids clothes.  Joe says she builds most of her ideas  from pictures in Vogue and L.A. magazines  and, of course, from watching Fashion TV.  "I really like florals," she says, adding  she's willing to try anything from leather to  silk. "I don't like lo limit myself... I've  never tried rubber though," she admits. "It's  not my thing."  She does a lot of beading too, something  thai shows a strong attraction to Native techniques. A member of the Sechelt Indian  Band herself, heritage plays a pari in her  work, bul she always adds her own touch,  That cross-over of traditional and original  was certainly evident in her most recent  fashion show, her third, at the Sechelt Indian  Band Hall, entitled Collage of Cultures,  Local models showed off Ihe elegance of  her clothing to the designer's complete salis-  faclion. "They really enjoyed themselves"  Joe says, "and that came through."  The clothes now hang on racks in her  workshop - a converted garage lhal doubles  as a bedroom - waiting to be sold.  A fashion show isn't how she does Ihe  most business, though Ihis one was successful. Joe sells her designs through local businesses, and through friends and family who  "just drop by and say 'What are you making?'  "I don't advertise as a rule," she says. "I  was afraid of getting loo big loo fasl." With  all her children, she says she has lo be realis  tic.  But she adds: "It's funny. The more I sold  the more I could make... After five years,  (the business) is starting to hold its own. I'm  gelling somewhere."  Her nexl move is taking her fashions over  to Vancouver, "I have some new ideas."  She's also gearing up for a new show in  spring.  Though she is reluctant to give away too  many of her secrets, Joe did say she has in  mind some distinctly West Coast styles as  well as original Peninsula designs.  "Landscape dresses" she calls them,  describing one vaguely as green and brown -  a hillside motif wilh cul beads showering  over the breast like a waterfall.  Hats loo, decorated wilh local plumage  and foliage, are in her future.  Her next move is taking her  fashions over to Vancouver  "Moss is so beautiful," she says, adding  with a laugh lhal she hasn't quite figured out  how lo get lhat look without it appearing as  if the model fell inio a river.  A telephone call ends the interview. A  friend is telling her about a design competition in early January with first prize being a  Irip lo Paris and $5,000.  "That means I have to come up with  something within a week," she says, her  mind already dreaming up new possibilities.  Singer Gail Bowen to  perform New Year's Eve  Gail Bowen will be performing al Chez Philippe Restaurant  al Bonniebrook Lodge on New  Year's Eve.  Bowen has been performing  in Canada and the Uniled States  for the past 20 years.  Her experience as a performer ranges from performing  for intimate settings, musical  theatre, fronting big bands, and  concert lours.  Her career has included a  held over Iwo-monlh performance  wilh  Lenny  Brcau,  repealed concerts wilh blues  greal B.B. King, a run with  King Curlis and a performance  wilh Freddie Hubbard.  Fiona McQuarrie of lhe Vancouver Sun describes Bowen's  vocals as "beautifully sultry  interpretation," Neai Hall says  "standout performance" and  Steve Newton describes her as a  "cross between Tina Turner and  Billie Holiday."  Dancing lo Ihe jazzy sounds  of Gail Bowen will follow a  five-course gourmet dinner.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  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Keith Thirkell photo  'IMW^MBSIiSB h  CLOSED 6 PM THURSDAY DF.C. 24 TO  4 PM MONDAY, DEC. 28 INCLUSIVE  No Dinner Saturday, Jan. 2  ��� i**i rfa-v Ttoeadaij Nitthts doors  IllgU 0|H-n.i,,IIBin(lo.al7IS  Election Meeting  Weil, /(iiiiMry 20  7:.V) imilDiwrPrize  Closed Sundays  CRIB NIGHT  THURSDAYS  8pm SHARP  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  [  CONTOUR  1    DESIGN  ~~g>  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpel & Blinds  VjSHOVVHOOMaSI HWY. 101 ��� GIBSONS- B.C. ��� PH/FAX: M6-3l9J>t  If you savors* advertising here  vnli'tl lx- ronclirsn aboul  yourself - And so vuoiiltl  everybody else  MARINE SERVICES  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  Enclualve Dealership to ttae  Sunshine Coast for  Yamaha  Outboards.  Exceptional quality  at an exceptionally  low price.  Featuring  Yamaha's new  Stem Drive  PRECISE  PAINTING & PIASTER  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Stuccd  ��� All Phases bf Drywall  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  Neal��  886-0926 Free Estimates  Eui  weeaneer  Marina IV Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove 885-7888  KS5JT MARINE SPECIALISTS ?t years  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K �� C Therrnoglass >>%_m ^"^.h  Cobra Boats now  **���      -1' V^ia. ���*���  In-Stock  OUTBOARDS  If yon were ;itlue.rtisinc| hen  you'll In: rentlincf -tbtiul  yourself - And so would  everybody else  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  ��� s \  P |  RB Appliance Service *  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  _____________  the coanpaR* roolang vrotevxevt,  Re-Roof & Repair  Specialists  886-0920  INSULATION  RANDY BULL  Certified Technician  ��� DOMESTIC APPLIANCE REPAIR ���  885-6097 or Pager Toll Free 1 -978-1879  If you tn/ere advertising here.  you'd be rending about  yourself - And so would  everybody else  Q  ���QMDDONKI  ��� Belt a Blown ' Commercial ���  ��� RMidentiaal . New �� Existing ���  886*8741  GIBSONS: 886-0225  SECHELT: 885-6422  .   __ ?t��et U %td, On Site Wmtmst  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  ���J^^^JL Topping ��� Trimming "Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  H fljjftk Danger Tree Removal  jfl Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  ll 685-3897  MARINE SERVICES  STIHL  Chainsaws &Trimmers  731 North He)., Gibtoni 886-2912  ��� Salt Wfllot Llrenres  . Motel *, Campsites ��� Water Taxi ooi'llrt  . Marine Repairs        - Ir-e a, tarkle BOJ-iiOOJ  If you were iiilvertisintj here  yois'd be reading about  yourself - And so would  everybody else  Sport club swaps skis,  mountain gear and stories  In Keith Thirkell  Swift deals went down at the  recent Tetrahedron Ski Club ski-  swap. About 40 people turned  out for what ski club president  Michel Frenetle called a rewarding endeavour.  "Most of the people here ato  new lo ihe club and Iheir enthusiasm for the event was greal",  remarked Frenetle, Things like  cross-country skis, boots, poles  and lhe odd piece of downhill  equipment could be picked up  for almosl a song.  Top of the line ski-mountaineering gear was up for  grabs: a nearly brand new pair  of mountain louring boots lhat  formally fetches 400 smackeroos were offered for 60 bucks.  (Darn it, loo big!). These boots  look exactly like normal downhill boots but are lighter, more  flexible and have a Vibram-lype  sole for walking on rough surfaces. For serious mountain  adventurers, crampons (spikes)  can also be strapped to Ihe sole.  Ski mountaineering, a relatively new phenomenon, (or re-  emergence of an old sport),  offers Ihe best of bolh worlds.  ll combines downhill and  cross-country ski equipment in a  new technology that allows  enthusiasts to climb impossible  looking slopes, make a minor  adjustment and obtain unlimited  powder for sleep terrain downhill skiing.  A normal cross-country ski  package can cost upwards of  several hundred dollars bul at  Ihe swap it was possible lo buy  a pair of ski boots, bindings and  poles for under $100. (That's if  your a five-foot woman, weigh  100 pounds and have size seven  feet; what little men's equipment there was lasted only a few  seconds.)  There was also a good selection of children's equipment  which also sold well.  The liming of Ihe event (Dec.  10) was perfect, with fresh snow  draping Ihe local mountains and  a promising winter ahead. The  weather reports and this year's  farmers almanac all point to a  good ski season.  The ski club is responsible  for maintaining the Tetrahedron  Ski System, which includes the  five cabins and an extensive  trail network.  The work of Ihe ski club is  assisted by the Ministry of  Forests, which among other  things provides a helicopter  every fall lo distribute firewood  to all the cabins.  After an arduous day ski-  mountaineering all the essential  amenities await al a cabin like  Ihe one perched on lop of Mt.  Steele: Ihe firewood, matches,  axes, bedding and cooking  equipment could be lifesavers if  someone was either improperly  prepared or rough weather conditions set in forcing people to  extend their slay.  Frenetle hopes those who  visit the cabins this year will  leave Ihem in belter condition  than ihey were found; vandalism has plagued Ihe cabin closest to road access. On the  whole, however, Frenetle said  "Ihose who use the cabins are  very respectful and appreciate  Ihe importance of such facilities."  m__\\  ���rOw0 W  I w��V��**��^��W��wj|M  m  DAMAGE FREE WHEEL LIFT TOWING  SERVICING THE SUNSHINE COAST FOR OVER 20 YEARS  WE NOW TOW 5th WHEELERS  1886-9500  4x4 TOW TRUCK  24 HOUR SERVICE .  ICBC TOWINO     (  69* SUNSHINE QUASI HWY ��� CELL 290-6201  MON TIME HT. FT. TUES TIME HT. FT.  4:50 14.5  21    9:20 12.1  MO   2:05 14.6  9:45 2.2  FRI TIME HT. FT.  7:20 15.6  25 12:50 11.2  FR    5:15    13.2  5:35 15.1  22  10:20 12.1  TU    2:55 14.3  10:30 2.0  SAT TIME HT FT,  12:25 2.7  26    7:55 15.6  SA    1:35 10.8  6:05 12.8  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  WED TIME HT. FT.  THURS TIME HT.FT  6:15 15,5  23 11:15 11.9  WE    3:40 13.9  11:10 2.0  SUN TIME HT. FT.  1:00  8:25  2:25  6:55  3.4  15.4  10.3  12.4  6:50 15.6  24 12:05 11.6  TH    4:25 13.6  11:45 2.2  For SkOOkumchuch Narrow* Kid  !hr 40mln plus 5 mln for aaeh ft of rlaa  and 7 mln. for each ft of fill  Tide Tables Courtesy of  OUTFITTERS ;,  CLIP & SAVE  0 bcfgrrigs Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  Leave Langdale  6:20 am       4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM  10:10'  n._\ M ��� dawoHL  ������� MswtcliBiis  Leave Horseshoe Bay  EARLS COVE -  Leave Earls Cove  SALTERY BAY  Leave Saltery Bay  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  5:30 pmM  7:25 M  9:15  11:00*  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  12:25 pmM  2:30  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  5:45 am  3:30 pm  7:35  5:30 M  9:30 M  7:30  11:30  9:20  1:30 pm  Fo DEPENDABLE Service...  Buying or Selling ��� CALL  The TOP PRODUCERS on the Coast!  885-3295 or Vancouver Toll Free 681-7931  Sussex  Realty v.udM inpws, uecemoet z i,  ih**j  Tah*? Acix'ctntafxr tt/'imr /Variai* < .'/tix.xi/lfii /\d Spevrial  -T*W*&r* your- classifiecl acl 4& times  c**Tci _pf*ny for- only 2 times/   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  ___.    mmm Gibsons A  99*W    X2SL-. Sechelt Offices  uv  | VESTER INTERIORS  *>l ajlll *atcanog��ma>nt  w*^-va*liis-| Services  a-OSliniaaJ  PapS Hanging  BILL 886-3463  Gibsons view lot on Wiidwood  Cresc. $75,000. 960-5412      I*  Pender Harbour - level easy tula  ot in Garden Bay Lake vie*, septic, water, driveway compiele.  Dnve by at Lot SO. Hartnur Peak  Dr $55,000. 883-2667.        ��.'��  Homes &  Property  1560 sq It. 3 yr okf ranchei m W.  Secneii close to corner store and  SCtXMl. 3 bdrm., 2 Dattts, livang rm.,  tamly rm.. 2 car garage with opener, lenced yaid. $144,900 885-  4421 No agents please      ��1w  For Salt by Builder  Last chance io purchase this beautiful quality home lor $179,900  Price goes up Jan 1 to $185,000  834 Tralee Fl Open house Sundays 1-3. Craig or Heather 886-  2352. .lw  Pnvate Sate 0 Shea Road Asking  $134,000. 4 yr old 3 bdrm rancher 60x140 lol 886-4695        lw  Wanled: lusi mortgage ol $10,000  on home interest negotiable 886-  3560. 4cn  Roberts Creek acreage, 5 65  acres Southern exposure, privacy  4 some ocean view Pnvale sale  No agents please 8B5 5466.1cn  1    Homes &  Property  3 bdrm home with 2 bdim basemenl suite, central location,  $128,000 886-9245       t51w  Cleared. 2.2 acres with ocean  view. Soames Point area.  $140,000 886-3360. TFN  752 Hwy 101. 50x266 lot, 3 bdrm.  older house. $165.000.886-9049  ss  Lasqueli Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gaidens, orchard,  1400 sq 11. home $135,000.  Phone 474-5935 ss  1,2 acre lol Lohn Rd. Redroolts.  controlled subdivision. $49,500. 1-  228-9680. ss  6    Personal  PATTI  is fortunate that as of  Dec. .'t she will always  be 39 yeais young.  DIM Entertainment presents  Karaoke. Book your X-mas party  row. Phone Ken. 8864901   5lw  Honda 200 4 track Quad $3000  O.B.O. 8850926 2*  NATIONAL  Kt Al IMAIf StKVK I  NRS GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  MORTGAGE UPDATF  36 mo, 1 vr.  __ | __  t.50   I *.TS  Im,  9.2S  mem  ��50  4 yr,  LXL.  Mi|or Bamk Prime Rate 7.75*.  For a complimentary market  ���valuation of "your property-  Call  Jerry Ridgewell  Your Resident Realtor  886-2277  I Love To Sell Real Estate'  CLASSIFICATIONS  1. Horn* ��� Prapnty  t Births  J. ObttuariaM  a*v in RMntOtiafjfii  S. Thank You  la  7.  s.  IL Waattdlnes 4  10. Leet  11. Found  12. Pans �� LIVMtock  IS. Music  14. Travel  15. Wanted  IS. Frae  17. Oarage MM  IS. lar-ar* Trade  .IS. Aealancn  ��� *att     Mlamma^aamsm  ���***%%' TmWtJ'MmWe  ;!*%, far***  Heavy Equspanmt  ��4. Tnieke  SB.   CeflS|MfS  SS. Wanted le Renl  30. Bed end Brultttat  11. For Rent  92. Commercial lor Rent  99. EntarUlnmant  94. Help Wanted  91. Buelneee and Heme  Servkee  34. Work Wanled  37. Child Cera  31. Businist Opportunities  31. Level  40. TooLatetoCleseHy  DROPOFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ������ People Places na  In Pender Harbour  AC HUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place HH.V95SI  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour <:entre HBV2HHH  In Halfmoon Bay  Bar'STORE HHSHSSS  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK t.ENERAL ST( )RE HK*> 3-10(1  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockslde Pharmacy)  886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Dave Orr and his great staff will help you place  your classified* at AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Place* In Pender Harbour.  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� RtcrMlion * Ratirtmsfit  ��� Relocation  FREE  CATALOGUE  5688 Conane St .Box 1219  Sechell. BC . VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX B85-28M  v.in Toll Free 8*4401*  Lose weight like crazy1 New product Bums tat. controls appetite ��� no  dieting. 100% natural. $48. 100\  guarantee 24 hi. loll tree mess. 1-  970-7091. 151*  FITNESS FOR FREE!  7:30 pm every Mon eve at Fitco.  743 North Rd., Gibsons This is  your chance to gel youi Illness  program started with STEP aerobics. NO CHARGE ��� |usl call lo  reserve youi step. 866-4606. TFN  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  The Volunteer and  Information Centre  would like to thank the  Sunshine Coast News  for their gift of this  column all this year.  Thank you to all the  volunteers on the The  Sunshine Coast -  Your gift is all year  long.  The Volunteer  Centre will be  Closed from 12:00  noon Dec. 24th to  January 4th, 1993.  MERRY CHRISTMAS  AND HAPPY NEW  YEAR TO ALU  46' x 330' ol prime low bank waterlront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Wanna. House needs  repair but could be fixed up lor  recreational oi rental use. Properly zoned Tounsl Commercial (08),  Double garage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jenniler 1-689-  7070. ss  ~��el((eT~  GARV WHITE  886-6107* 1-351-4390  Kaitlynn Jessica Doris was bom at  home on November 16, 1992 at  11:28 am weighing 7 lbs., 15 ozs.  A little sister for Brianna and a second daughter lor Randy Milne and  Galadriel Morgan. Many special  lhank yous to Wendy!!     ��51cn  Bonnie and Vern proudly  announce the arrival of Tony Lee  Wright, born November 17, 1992  weighing 8 lis., 14 ozs. A nice  baby brother ft ��� Nicky, third grandson for Bill '.no Lucille Wright of  Redrooffs Road; twelfth grandchild  lor Ray and Marg Lipp ol Nelson  Island and 26th great-grandchild  tor Sarah Cranlord of Vancouver.  Special thanks lo Or. Norman and  the staff at St. Maiy's.      I51cn  ROBERT OLANS LEE: Jan. 16,  1926-Dec. 14,1992. Survived by  his son Ted and daughter Jan: sisters Leona, Pat and Nancy. Bob  was a gypo logger, fisherman and  philosophe' who leaves behind  many fine Iriends. No funeral by  request. In lieu of flowers and just  to keep things stirred up - donations may be made in Bob's name  lo the Communist Party of Canada. #51cn  Winners ol Karrat Stiks Weighl  Control Group first prize: Gieg  Zirk; second prize: Malcolm  Glowack; third prize: Marina Who  Ian, Bob MacDonald, Clyde Butt,  Vince Bracewell, W. Gam, DJ  Cairns, Michelle Lurkms. N Alder-  son, All Berg, Linda Lacnance,  Glen Feschuk, Vie Jackson. Charitable donations to the Elves, Transition House.  5101  SOMETHING DIFFERENT  FOR CHRISTMAS  Gilt certificates lor fishing - diving  oi touts up to 8 people. 6 hr trip on  36' vessel $400 - collee and lunch  included. Tickets valid till March 31  1993. For more inio call Peler,  Halfmoon Bay Charters. Pager  885-5111 or 1-230-8527 cellular.  1w  LESLIE ELLETT  DANCE CLASSES  lot children age 3 to 10 yrs. Space  in new session beginning January  5/93, Gibsons United Church Hall.  886-8044. ��1w  Dr. Vineyard Choy Dental Office,  Gibsons. 686-7830. #1 w  Adult children ol Alcoholics or dyslunctlonal families please call 886-  3849 or 685-4622 lor help.  NC  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House lor confidential 24 hr. service. 885-2944. TFN  ���SMZlLMNgRflDES  Exclusive Chrittmtu Gifts  from South America  Drlailcd Slone Sculpture.  Wnnal Carving, it Batiks  .Silver, Crystal & ('.can.  Raw Stones (Quarts, etc.)  Affair He Amclliyal Ccixle.  Obcliaka * Sialierc. on  Various Rocks  PoUltied Affile (:, i-ialci  Book Kntl Sets  Kxijiiiaiit- Clay Amazon Pottery  Christmas Specials  10%-20% Selected Ilems  Wholesale Prices ��� No CST  Hours: Tuci. & Wed I   4:J0 pm  lluua, Fll 8c Sat 10 am - 4:50 pin  6979 Norm Rd. (tatT Mason Rd.)  Wrat Sechelt , (T85-5178  XiMuSkop  "'ffuttcritys"  By Phone Call 7 davi/wcek  ������.��;��   rmtsm  ar Open Friday Evc:6 V  Saturday 10-6  **) Unrest, Cation.  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.     TFN  PeycMC Reading for appointment  please massage 885-4883 Kalaw-  na lw  WOMEN SURVIVORS OF  CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE  Support and education group. 12  weeks, Max. 6. Starts Jan. 5.865-  2972. icn  FORST POTTERY OPEN  Wed.-Sat.1lam-4pm  1040 Chamberlin Road. Gibsons.  51cn  EXPLORING INTIMACY  AND SEXUALITY  When one partner is the survivor of  childhood sexual abuse. Eight  week series, max. 3 couples.  Starts Jan. 7. Inio: 885-2972. Icn  Christmas I  We'll be CLOSED from  2pm Dec. 24 &  Re-opening Salurday, Ian. 2  Companion Concept  Obedience training program 'The  best education for your best Iriend'  Debbie L. McKay, Celt. Dog Trainer. 886.2854. ��51cn  4. Thank You  Thank you to the good people on  Evans Road who came to our res-  cue on Redrooffs around 5:30 am,  Nov. 2. We are truly grateful. You  saved a lite! Nel and Mary Harvey.  (51 en  6. Personal  J      ILLUSION   J  Plowing A SpidaV0ea-a>*>ri7  Illusions Restaurant has Ml  facilities lor large or small  groups. Banquet or  a-a-carte menu available.  For more information call  665O900.  would like to extend  best wishes for a safe  & joyous holiday & to  thank everyone who  found me in lower  Gibsons to make by  first year in business  successful.  Your life is in your hands.  Palmestry and I Ching readings by  Dometria. For inquiries and  appointments please call 885-  0261. 2cn  C.A.M.E.O. Single; Club. Dinners,  dancing, crib, hikes. 686-3354,  885-9968. 2cn  Chrislmas gifts!?! Give your  lavourite poem or quotation, laser  primed in script! Confidential Secretarial Services. 886-4740  1w  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 c/ooz. 886-8039.  TFN  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Emlronm.nl  Fiumdly Paints      S  in All Colours ot    '" -  m. Rainbow  ...Including Green  BUI Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-29231  Res. 885-50581  FOOT MASSAGE  Certified reflexologist, Chrislmas  Special 2 for 1. Phone 885-5512 or  886-9234 51w  Priv<*t�� Counselling  For individuals, couples and families. For appointments call Mary  Lang 886-8916. 52w  GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT  Craniosacral, Shiatsu, Polarity,  Reiki. 20 yrs professional bodywork practitioner offers pain relief  and relaxation. Usha 686-2750.  Tie  Comer  Closet  will be CLOSED from  Dec. 25 - 28 inclusive.  Seemei Greerlep te ell free,  Jej *t Tnaw Ganatofaw  Mary Kay has the latest colours lor  fall! Everything you need to create  a more beautiful you. Also an  exciting line of fragrances, body  mousse, and powders. Great ideas  for Christmas gilts! Call Yvonne  Valancius. 886-4643. 11 w  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886*7033  Chichako Ranch  COUNSELLING Gourmet Honeys, vinegars and  Making sense of anger, depres- peppg, jeiiyjes make great Christ-  sion, additions. Mary Pinninger mas gifts. Delivery available 886-  M.A., R.C.C. 885-0687        51w 7859 2w  Beautiful Handcrafted  Christmas Gifts  Frank's Honey, Beeswax  Candles, Tree Ornaments,  Jewellery, S3.-f30.  Available at Lorayne's Gifts  (ratal lo HaHmoon Bav Gaanorsl Storo)  or Sechelt Apiaries  (Pa��v..Rd oflLw,)        V-,  Open Wed.-Sat. 10-5    W  Sundayl-4  885-5252  SUNSHINE COAST ARCHERY  Compiele aichery supplies PSE  and Alpine bows gift cemticates  available. We make sure your  ec<uiprnent is right tor you. 14 yrs  expenence Open by appointment,  Dave Estergaard. 885-5050   1w  2 kittens lound on Hanson and  RbtsCkRd. 1 resembles Siamese.  1 tabby about 4 months old 885-  3307. II noi claimed within a week,  tree kittens to give away.  lw  In Langdale, hydraulic lack. 886-  4520. 51cn  Dees scmeone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 685-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 888-2565. NC  M1M are a guitar duo available to  play instrumental music suitable  lor all occasions. 666-9747 for info  or demo lape. ten  Piano, like new -863-2329    ss  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  to book your dance music call 884-  5430. ��4w  Yamaha electric organ, model B-  4CR, $500. Phone 886-9127.50cn  Sunshine piano closed til Jan. 10,  1993.885-3168. ��1cn  Fostex X-15 Portable recorder,  power supply, lootswiich, operating case, manual, $260. Roland  TR-505 Programmable, rhythm  composer, two Midi cables, manual, $215. Roland MSQ-100 digital  keyboard recorder, two Midi  cables, manual, $170. Portable  artist easel $15. Also art Instruction  and reference books. John 885-  9267 lw  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  COMPLIMENTARY  LIMOUSINE SERVICE  Book a minimum 7 day ciuise with  Incentive Tiavel and well provide  complimentary Limousine Seivice  Irom Horseshoe Bey lo the airport  and return as well. We can match  and better most advertised cruise  prices. Call BIN at Incentive Travel  865-5984 or 1-921-6131,8 am to  10 pm, 7 days a week.        4w  ���FREE VACATION VIDEO*  Book your international trip wilh  Incentive Tiavel 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-  8131. 8 am- 10 pm, 7 days a  XMAS TRAVEL GIFT  For $30 we otter Discriminating  Tnp Setection. Independence Irom  all suppliers. Ihe first steps lo a  Quality Destination Experience  through out CUSTOMIZED ITINERARY AND TRAVEL VALUE  PLAN: Coupon lor a $40 BOOKING DISCOUNT: plus Cultural  Opportunities not handled by Iravel  agencies. Particulars trom Chris.  GREAT CIRCLE TRAVEL CONSULTANTS, 685-8933       51cn  Yvonne Bame ts now an outside  sales lep foi Elite Tiavel. 686-  4862,866-2522 51cn  Billy Goat lor sale (oi tiade). Bush  cteaier $45 O.B.O. 083-2754 3cn  SCOTTISH TERRIER PUPPIES  Ready to go by Dec. 16. $350.  885-9643 iw  SPCA adoption: 4 yeai old German Shepard cross, gentle female,  good with children. 685-5734 51w  Boxer cross puppies ready lor  Chrislmas to good homes. First  vaccinations, wormed. $125. 685-  9015.  icn  Cairn Terrier puppies, 8 wks. old,  ready for Christmas or sooner.  886-3134. 51w  2 adult Shar-Pei - reasonable to  good home. 886-8571.       51w  Would you like a friendly 6 yr. old  Cocker Spaniel on a pah time  basis when owners are away?  886-7963. Itw  1/4 horse thoroughbred, 12 yrs old.  15.2 hands, Western Pleasure  $1300 wilh lack. 886-3231.  2cn  HAY RIDES!  Winter rates for horse rentals and  western riding lessons. Gift certificates available. 886-2205.   2cn  African Pigmy Goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pels and bush clearing. 863-2990 ss  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then I Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  47l6orMariee Fashions.    NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pal. NC  Kenmore white 17 cult. 2D FF,  $579: Admiral while 15 cu ft 2 DR  FF. $399: Whirlpool almond 14  cu.tt. FF, $439; McClaiy H gold  slove 30', $279; GE white dryer,  $239; Hotpoint port, DW almond.  $249. Viking H gold stove, $249;  Kenmore 24' v.ttite stove, $249;  inglis dryer, $249; Inglis Liberator  2 spd 3 eye washer. $369: Moffat  bull-in dishwasher, $249; Smplio-  ly port, dryer (120v|. $189; Kenmore 2 sp , 3 eye, auto, port,  washei $369; and more. All  recond. with 90 days to 2 yean  wananty. pans and labour. Phone  Bjom 885-7897 oi Coiner Cupboard 885-4434 2w  30' Moffat stove, brown $225.886-  0993. 2cn  Admiral Indge. excellenl condition,  5'2's30', golden yellow, $250.  Phone evenings 885-4503.    ten  Panasonic microwave 700 watts  1.0 cu It Turntable like new $200.  886-0060 51w  Kenmore microwave and vacuum,  $100 ea. or both lor $175. 886-  6109. 51w  Yellow Inglis dishwasher, 2 spd, 5  cyl, scour wash, good cond. $240.  886-8774. 2cn  CONVIRTtNO  TOOAtf  GE, Jenn-Air,  ���MoaicChafA  Caloric  GAS RANGES  all available al  UCNUT  rURNITUMLANB  Sunshine Coast Hwy,  Sechell  885-5756  30' Kenmore elec. range, will  deliver. $100. 886-2622 ask lor  m. TFNs  As new fridge, $600; stove, $700.  884-2392. I51w  Brand new, never used Kelvinator  18 cu. tt. fridge and easy clean  range, new tone hood fan, white.  $1200.886-4950. I51w  Wanted ��� mountain bike tor 6' person, 18 speeds (.or-), $250; snow  shoes and boots Call after 4pm.  685-4503. Ilw  Undeveloped lot $17,000-Pnvately  Langdale lo Pender 865-4876  tw  3B6-IBM computer, 40 MB. lid  885-6369 51 en  Cash paid lor anything old. Tin ad  signs, docks, woiking or not, pocket watches, lurniture, jewellery,  etc. 886-3905. 2cn  1981 Toyola Corolla, 5 speed,  decent body. Motor not necessary.  885-0876 or 885-4660.        51w  Weekend house exchange, my  comfortable 2 bdrm townhouse for  your waterlront home. Preler  Sechelt Inlet. North Delta, 20 minutes Irom Vancouver. 597-6425.  Hen  Exc. tenants with relerences  require house lor Dec. 31. Dianna  666-9408. ten  VW camperized van in very good  running condition. Phone evenings  865-4503. 1w  APPEAL FOR HELP  Irom Ihe Port Mellon Men's Recovery House. The following items are  desperately NEEDED: Cooking  pots and pans, soup bowls, mixing  bowls, dean men's winter clothing,  men's toiletnes, Xmas decorations  and lights (indoor or outdoor), VHS  tapes, cassette tapes. Conlact Port  Mellon Recovery House for pickup.  884-0099. All donations are tax'  deductible. ten  Sega Genesis in good condilion.  886-4561 51cn  Storage lor 23' trailer. 886-8838  51 en  Printer lor Mac computer (reasonable) 886-2622 (ask for Sue|TFNs  Electric piano keyboard (full size  pressure sensitive) for college  music student on very limited budget. 886-2513. 51cn  Trailer suitable lor 1 person, to 8 pee. dining rm. suite, antique  occupy Ofl. thru Dec. 886-9563      white, exc. cond., $400 OBO. 885-  TFNs    8849. ilw  Large, sturdy, old, colonial cheslerlield and chaii, maple trim, suitable  lor family room and children or for  re-upholstering, $200; small old  oak washstand and dresser to  refinish. 886-9775. 1cn  King size water bed, dark pine  drawers, frame $300; solid oak  block counter/island top 63 1/2 x  251��x1 1/4 inch, $225; 2 amber  glass table lamps 41 inch high,  $35 each; Singer portable sewing  machine and some supplies $70.  Besl otters on all. 1383-917651*  USED FURNITURE FOR 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 sitting  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, set  of 6. Car chains 185/195/14 $45;  new garborator $200. On display  al 1023 Venture Way Gibsons.  Call Jack 888-0225 (days)  CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME  Chesterfield, exc. cond. $150.885-  3698 or 886-3318. 51w  Modern attractive dining suite  table, 2 leaves, 8 chairs, 3 display  cabinets and curio cabinet. Birds,  eye maple, cream upholstery,  smoked-glass and brass. $8,000 in  1988, now only $2,800.886-4620  1w  Futon love-seat and chair, folds  out to double bed $325.886-8581  lw  2 single beds $50 each. 1 dble  $75,1 l/p insert $150.886-9741 lw  2 washers, one Speed Queen, one  Viking. 685-3789 51cn  Free kittens to good homes. 10  weeksdd. 886-8191.        51cn  Complimentary Facial  Personalized skin care program  customized lor your skin type. Der-  matdogist-tested. Call loday for a  free consultation, Gloria Fritz, independent Mary Kay beauty consultant. 885-5715 #1w  Planning a garage sale? Need  more ilems? Call me, 885-0338.  icn  Good lishing equipment, boal trailer, lots of goodies, 5659 Mintie  Rd., Hallmoon Bay by BtJ Store,  10 am Sat,, Dec. 19.        ��51cn  18 Barter  and trade  1969 Buick GS California It's  match 350 Auto, Nds bodywork  otherwise mint. Swap for besl 4X4  valve $2000.886-7227  TFN  19.Appliances  RB  Appliance  Service  RANDY BULL  Certified Technician  DOMESTIC APPLIANCE  ��� REPAIR ���  885-6097  or Pager Toll Free  .      1-978-1679  G.E. side by side refrigerator/  freezer, write $350.883-90601 w  5 pee. dinette suite incl. 4 swivel  chairs, good coridition, $150 OBO;  double bed on Irame, dean, $75.  896-0043,885-0159. 51cn  Great Christmas present - anlique  Dutch wall dock, copper face and  weights, sun and moon plate,  $600,886-7307. ss  Floral chesterfield and chair. $250.  886-7067. icn  2 twin size box springs and mat-  trasses. Clean, $75 ea. 886-3714.   tfn  Newly recovered, used seta In floral tapestry, $249. Kem's Homs  Furnishings. TFN Coast News, December 21,  1992        17  Take Advantage ofottr lS!eu> Classified Att Special  Ran yoar classified ad 6 times,  and pay for9 only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  ���gaffi Noon Friday  �������� Gibsons &  J&    Sechelt Offices  -i  24   Trucks                  1  25   Campers  27 Mobile Home:  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  Iff you're  BUYING,  SELLING or  simply  TELLING,  it nays  to spread  the word.  Stop smoking, become a non-  smoker. Guaranteed measurable  results Phone now 885-9293 2w  Kenwood Surround sound amplifier and receiver, 75 watts, 1 yeai  old. $200.886-9569 2w  Kenmore portable sewing  machine, 1 yr old, like new. $150.  885-2342. 2cn  Ideal gift, brand new English  'Qloveial' duffle coat, size 12,  $145,886-2730. ��51cn  RSF 85 wood lurnace, elec. thermostat and water coil, $600.886-  8060. ��51cn  Nintendo good condition, lots ol  games & equipment. Offers. Mike  886-3461,685-3434. TFN  Olivetti Praxis 40 typewriter with  auto correct. 885-2954.      #2w  Queen size waler bed, $75; Four  10 sp. bikes, offers. 6864309 aft.  6pm. ��5lcn  King size waterbed plus headboard and heater, $75.886-7889.  #51cn  ROBERT BATEMAN  Wildlife prints beautilully Iramed;  large burl clock. For into 885-0876  or 885-4660. 2cn  Handsome wood garage door,  6x10 ft. complete, $200 OBO. 886-  7400. 2cn  Elco 140,000 BTU model 20 space  saver horizontal oil lurnace, excellent condilion. $150 OBO. 883-  2751 2cn  5' leather/woodgrain circular bar  (no stools); Paymaster cheque  writer. 886-9890. 2cn  2x1 black roll bar, liom Toyota,  $450.686-7625. 2cn  Fencing material, 1x8x5', 38c foot;  small stove, $125; clothes dryer,  $100.885-9667. 2cn  Full set Snap-on tools, $6,500 with  air tools, compressor. 885-5835.  2cn  Scuba gear survival suit, Nintendo  with 7 games, exercise bike, hamster cage, B1W14' TV. 885-4064.  2cn  Maytag washer S dryer, good condition, $350.886-6431.       51w  8ACKYARD GREENHOUSE  8' x10' x 10' wood and 3/4' PVC  piping frame, $150 or best offer.  886-2258, 51*  Handcrafted solid pine rocking  horses, toy boxes. Great lor Xmas.  A lasting gift 686-2298.      gn  TOPSOIL  Rich, olack lop seal at a very reasonable once Call 866-9764 TFN  TOP SOIL-SAND-GRAVEL  Reasonable rales 865-5070  tw  PHOTO/VIDEO Beselei 2311  enlarger 2 1/4 x 3 3/4 and smaller,  condenser head,colour head,  power supply, 50 mm and 105 mm  Componai lenses. Beselei PM2L  colour analyzer, instructions $460,  Gralab 520 digital timer, instructions, $70 Other darkroom tools.  Bencet Repro Stand tor reproduction and animation, second moveable translucent copy stage.  Quartz swivel lights, line locus-  ing/centeiing, $425. Studio Exposure meter Sekonic 1-398. $50.  Acme Location Litepack: Three  660 Watts Quartz lights, folding  stands, clamps, hard carry-case,  $80. Two 40' x 40' white, fold-  down Relledasols. accessories,  $65. Siegefite versatile Hash brack-  el umbrella kit, $25. Portable  artist's easel, $15. Also art instruction and reference books John  885-9267 lw  OLIVETTI PRINTER  1 DM 309 Dot Matrix like new, reg.  $850, will take $350 O.B.O.    lw  SEASONED FIREWOOD  Split, delivered Gibsons $loo/cord.  886-7774 lw  Sharp UX101 Fax 10 months old.  Used a lew times. Cost $600 new,  $375 O.B.O. 885-0787 tw  Hoyt Gamegetter 2 hunting bow,  too many extras to list $365  O.B.O. 885-0787 lw  14' JVC TV full remote control 10  months okj. Cost $500 new, $250  O.B.O. 685-0787 tw  White Kenmore h/d washer and  dryer, v.g. cond. S550/pr. White  Inglis Citation 3-door, f.l. Iridge  exc. cond. $750. Gents Pathfinder  mountain bike 12 sp., Ids. Sportster 5 sp. $100, $75 both in exc.  cond. 886-4620 1w  Christmas GUI - Nintendo good  cond. and 13 games. Will sell as  pkg. or separately. David 886-  8223. #1w  Nintendo system, $75; game gear  with adapter, $125; various Nintendo games; roller blades, new condition, size 9, Bauer, $60. 886-  9754. #lw  Professional balance scales suitable lor weight loss group or doctor's office. 886-9346.       #51 w  Gieat holiday gift, astronomical  telescope, German brand, 3 lens  moon and sun filters, Finderscope  tripod w/accessory tray, $110.  885-3769. ��1w  Greal holiday gift - Pathfinder II  zoom spotting scope I5X-60X,  $240.8854769. #51cn  Black Sony TV stand, $50; 2,15'  snow tires, $50; 6' libreglass tiuck  canopy, $85; couch, $75; bthrm  vanity, $25. 886-3457. ss  Fischer 175 skis, Salomon bindings $100 OBO. 865-2442. #101  White desk/table with hutch,  47x23x52, exc. cond., $85. 686-  7811. Ilw  Kenmore 5-program washer and  Viking 3-program dryer $150.  Gameboy and three games $50.  865-3479 61w  Perego stroller $200; deluxe Fisher Price high chair $55; baby car  seat/carrier $45; baby swing $25;  white crib w/maltress $125; outbound infant backpack carrier $45.  885-5667 61w  Bed 71/2 Inch blade Skilsaw, professional balance scales $125,  886-9346 51w  2 bikes. An Allegro HI' thunder with  14' all chrome frame $100. A  Norco Expkjer with 18' fiame $70.  886-3225 51w  King size water bed, headboard,  heater and drawer $450.863-9362  61*  IBM computer with monitor, primer, software. $900 O.B.O. or trade  for tiuck. 885-4089 51w  Crib w/maitress $150; breeding  pair whhe zebra finches with cage,  accessories $75.866-4870  51 w  Black leather rocker $100; beige  cord love seat $30; coffee, octagon and end tables $250 set;  matching pole, swag and table  lamp $50 set; 2 new clock radios  $10 each; steam iron $5; cannistet  set and br. box $10; Rubbermaid  odds and ends; Romance novels  $.10 each. Phone 886-2606 TFN  msmmM  SUNCO  _______________  Km / WlrioW / lighting  Mumbing / Ktzhen & Balhfoom  t MmM Mc  V*aWCH*STDKMCAU  ���as-oos*  5653 Who,! Bd , Secli.ll  RECYCIE A SAVE  Hammond organ with Leslie  speaker $650; Apt. size dryer $35;  Fisher Price Jolly Jumper $25.  886-9501 51w  1920 Grammophone, stand-up  model approx 500 78s, asking  $300.886-9203 51w  Heavy 6 mil. clear poly film  10x100' rolls $28 each 886-7859  51w  Canopy toi full size PU truck. Aluminum with louveied windows  $425.8854336 51w  Yamaha Clavmova CVP8 electric  piano, 16 voices, 24 back-up beats  and rhythms, midi capability, plug  in ROM music book. Stool, head  phone lack. Like new $2100 (Ovei  $5000 new). RCA stove, white  $125.865-6030eves. 51w  Nintendo, central deck, light gun,  11 games, extra controller $250  O.B.O.; 2 Ataris, 40 games, 10  controllers, make offer. 686-9440  51w  Fischer 175 skis, Salomon bindings, $100 OBO. 885-2442.   icn  Mixed firewood, $90/cord. 886-  9674. Clay. 1cn  Great starter. IBM compel. 640kK  computer, printer, cables, ribbons,  discs, books, $200. 866-8662, lv.  1cn  Men's leather jacket, worn once,  size 44, $220 OBO or trade for  mountain bike. Dave 886-8091.  IcnNeed a gift from Santa? Nintendo, gun and 13 games, $175  OBO. 686-2785 Cheryl.       51w  Freezer, older 20 cu ft, $200 OBO.  Arthur 885-9859. 51w  MOVING SALE  Kllchenware, linens, nic-nacs,  beds, small enamel wood-burning  stove, electronic keyboard  ($1000), furniture, books and  records. Everything must go! 886-  9203. 51w  Stationary exercise bike, timer and  MPH handlebars convert to rower.  As new, $175, orig. cost $400.  886-9864. 51 w  Estate sale. Furniture, glassware,  pottery, much, much more. 885-  5707. 51w  Teak table, 6' extends to 9', $300;  6 chairs, $10 each; rollaway bed,  $125; electric baseboard heaters  $10 each. 886-7534 after 5 pm.  51*  AKAI sleieo $75; VCR $50; 3-  liered record stand $20.686-4588.  51 w  MOVING SALE  Housewares, hide-a-bed, misc.  fum., antique chain saw, etc. 885-  5645. 51w  Dahlias Galon gift certificates  available for Christmas giving.  Tubers mailed anywhere in Canada in April. Special 5 asst. varieties $10, plus $3.50 shipping.  Certificates available top ot Selma  Park Rd. 685-9820. 1cn  The Montyman  '86 Woodmizer 40HD bandsaw  mi. Trailer pkg < 550 his, lap siding attach., carriage cover, auto  gnnder, tooth setter, misc. spare  parts. $22,000 OBO. 866-3001 ss  LEE FOREST rooouas  High quality seasoned alder firewood. $95/cord plus delivery. 885-  4814. cellular 1-250-2665.     Icn  Children's picnic table. $23; cedar  wheelbarrow planters $8 and $18.  835-3285. ss  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 885-9969.    TFN  Super-8 or regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod and light, $125.886-9420.  TFN  GOOOHAY  $5.00/8als Delivered  Straw ttOOmale  Call Between 12-1pm  809357  TFN  Aiico Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 8856276 ss  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 6868204. ss  Parker a- Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Martin 444s Winchester,  Queen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 685-5467. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green On km Earth Station  884-5240  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES SLUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 865-5669  or 885-5601. TFN  ROYAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES  at competitive prices.  Exclusive Dealei  SECHELT HARDWARE  885*2171  C^7oaysaiwel[  _j  1 Thomas electric organ, double  keyboard, $200 OBO; electric cabinet sewing machine - needs small  repair; 2 bikes. No reasonable  oiler refused. 686-9271 after 5 pm.  51*  Alder firewood, $40 ��� you pick up  truckload. 885-6070. 51w  CB base station, Navaho 458; Iwo  5-watt, 12-channel walkie-talkies;  17' Uk S white TV. 8B5-6352.51W  Double bed headboard; stenographer's desk. 886-0439.        51 w  350 Chev engine $325 OBO,. 886-  8604. 51w  IBM Selectra typewriter, $150;  Roland 9 pin printer, $125; 3 level  hampster cage, $25.665-5430.  ���51w  ���.  Heirloom  Diamond Ring  DM nqAHl round bliBkmt tfartirjitd,  .47 corati, ��rfth 2 mwquis .12 cordl  dsarnandk on wthaf tide. Appratsattd ot  S4M0- ettim $4000 ok  885-7136  Astrology pocket computer, Astron  model 2, new, $325 OBO. 883-  2882. #51w  Olivetti Praxis 40 typewriter with  aulo correct. 885-2954.      *5tw  Wanted: Printer for Mac computer  (reasonable) 886-2622 (Ask lor  Sue) TFNs  1988 Chev 4X4 1 ton, with Hal-   1975 GMC campei van Good  oeck $7900 Phone 886-3699.        tres. 6 cyl. auto $1000 OBO 863-  i?w    9979 ss  22.Heavy  Equipment  1932 -1935 model D John Deere  tractor in excellent running condition. Phone 886-4933        2w  1977 JD 410 Backhoedoader good  condilion. $9500 O.B.O. or trade  lor tiavel trailer. 885-3670 5lcn  1977 JD 410 backhoe, good working condition, $10,800 OBO. 886-  7372 or 685-5730. ss  Heavy duty tandem trlr., elec.  brakes, ramps. Inspected and registered, $1IX OBO. 886-9770.  #51 w  1967 Chevelie auto si 6, 4 dooi.  gieal condition. $1500.686-7859  2w  ll you're tn the market tor a car or  truck call 885-2833.1 will save  you money. Howard Cooper.  D9430. 151 w  1979 Fold station wagon, PS/PB,  reliable transportation 665-0236.  $350. I51w  1969 VW Beelle. white. Excellenl  running condition, $1500 firm. 885-  5334. 151*  1977 Suburban, recenl engine,  transmission, rear brakes, $1500.  886-2961. 51w  1981 Dodge Omni 4 cyl., auto, ps,  dean interior $500.885-3337 ss  1988 Toyota 7 pass, van, auto, lit,  Pioneer sound, absoutely immaculate. $11,400.885-5779        ss  T-BIRD  '86 Thunderbird, 43,000 kms, lady  driven, non-smoker, very clean.  $5,6950130886-0971.     TFNs  '84 Toyola Celica GTS. Good  shape. $3700 OBO. 886-7648. ss  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  gieat mileage. Exc. cond. $3600.  886-7520. ss  7 DAYS  ONLY  "Prices Seriously Reduced'  40 Vehicles  $150-$4950  Closed Dec. 22/92  Open Jon. 5/93  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  5645  WhaH 11,1    So.hcll  883-4004  1978 Ford, $2200 Call ah. 5pm  886-2184. I2w  1980 GMC wilh canopy. $1500  OBO or will lake in Irade woodworking tools, Kjnter, miter saw or  whal have you. 885-5173 attet 7  pm. 2cn  1961 GMC 3/4 ion Vandura, sell or  Irade. $2900OBO 885-7703. icn  1990 Ford F150 XLT Lariat 4x4,  short box, trlr, tow pkg. auto, captains QhlaV, matching fibreglass  canopy, excellenl condilion  $16,000,885-2503 51 w  1987 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 air  cond., cruise, waren winch, alum  box liner. 5 spd. $11,000 O.B.O.  886-4596 51w  1967 SIS 2WD Jimmy excellenl  condition, asking $6595.866-7800  51 w  1991 Chev. S10, 4 cyl., 5 spd.,  alum box liner, 9000 kms, immac.  $9000. 886-9218 eves, 686-3005  days 51w  1975 Ford 1/2 Ion, low miles,  some rust but strong and reliable,  $1380 Jim 886-3148. 51w  1964 Chev S10 'little blazer' V6  eng, 2 wd, PS, PB, aulo OD. New  tires and brakes, good body. Runs  great. Only $2900. Mark 1-944-  7580. 51w  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 + 2  trany, new fionl tires, needs  inspection. $3250.886-3001.  ss  1976 Ford F250 4X4 mechanically  sound, $2300 firm. 885-4629*51 w  DRUGLORD TRUCKS! $100  86 BRONCO $50  91 BLAZER $150  77 JEEP CJ $50  Seized Vani, 4x4's, Boati.  Choose Irom thousands starting  $50.-24 Hour Hotllne.801-379-  2935 Copyright IBC104KK 8cn  1984 Nissan 4x4 King Kab, new  tires, tonneau cover, exc. run.  cond. $4,000.885-0244 aft. noon.  1976 Dodge camperized van,  auto, iis.pl: enjtse rear bed. cupboards, netxja sink. $1,500 316  ang 886-2512 ss  15 11. Glascrall twin 40 hp oulboaid and trailer $1000 O.B.O.  685-4415 2w  SECHELT MMM!  SURVEYS LTD.  Cipiiln Bill Murray  MCMMC    MNAMS  M A B V C    ��� Marine  Surveyors ,nd Consultants  fflffll  1984 Dodge Coll, 4 door aulo.  6854415 2w  1985 Mustang runs well, no rust  $3000.885-0175. 1w  1976 Ford Granada, new lires,  new battery, needs some work,  ���lw  1981 AMC Concord, 4 door 6 cyl  auto, PS, PB, pulse tilt, stereo, no  rust, one owner. 886-7227. $975.  TFN  '81 Honda Civic, 10,000 km on  rebuilt, great (or parts. Musl sell.  886-7647. 1cn  Wanted to buy: parts for 1963  Chevetle 4 door. Also need 13'  Ures. Phone 886-8039 after 5. ten  1975 Dodge Valiant, 4 DR auto,  good transportation, $725 OBO.  885-2557. 1cn  1976 Saab 99 rusted oul, engine  and interior good. $250 O.B.O.  883-2807 eves. 51w  1987 Dodge Charger, new Iront  brakes, exhaust system, and tires.  $2500 O.B.O. 886-3867       51 w  1981 Honda Civic 2 dr IVb, 5 spd,  good condition, new clutch, brake,  tires, $1400 O.B.O. 885-9224  51w  1967 Chevelie auto st.6, 4 door,  great condition. $1500.885-7859  Sen  1961 Dalsun 200SX silver  PW/PS/PB, good condilkjn, $1300  OBO. Sean 685-9244.       5101  1979 Muslang V6, PS/PB, sunroof,  runs good, little rust, $500 OBO.  1w  Must sell! Any offer considered.  1965 Renault Fuego, 2.2L auto,  good motor, lots of new 5 rebuilt  parts. Needs brake lines and  exhausl system. Real bargain 886-  0065. 51 w  1982 Mercury Zephyr. Very reliable 6 cyt., auto, $700.866-9372  ss  78 Olds Delta 88, 350 auto,  loaded, new rear tires, exc. cond.  886-9500 anytime. tfn  1981 Buick Skylark, good cond.  886X3368 ss  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  8854004 ss  '77 Ponliac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 OBO. 886-3648 SS  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7376 ss  '68 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2633 or 886-7484. ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abtx Used Auto Parts  886-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  863-9234. ss  1980 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 685-7113.  ss  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025   ss  Used Camaio T-Top, $495 foi the  set, with covers, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 885-1943.      ss  1966 Ford Taurus, am/fm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $7,495.  886-7520 or 886-2111. ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  Intrext., rebuilt engine & transmis-  sion. Priced lo sell $3850 Call 886-  8510 after 6:00 pm. ss  1971 LandRover ��� 88 completely  rebuilt. Offers.. PTO Avail. 883-  2689. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellent condition, new dual exhausl, radial fa  low profile Ures. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down for family size  car or 11 It. camper. 885-9068. ss  '77 Camaro, 39,000 org. miles.  White int. excellent. Rusty $950  OBO, 886-2111 ss  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj.  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  686-7150. ss  1969 Chev Silverado 4X4, $13,000  O.B.O. 8850926 2w  1979 E350 Ford van, $600 obo.  885-5717 TFN  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, S8500.886-8301       sa  1980 Chev 4 Ion dump truck, 366  HP, 2 spd. reai end, 6-8 yd box,  $6500 firm. 886-9550 eves, ss  '79 Ford 12 passenger van, V6  auto good cond. $3295 OBO. 886-  7620or886-2l11. ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $6700. 865-2636,885-7413    ss  '77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  1981 Ford F250,4x4 with rock box  $5500.6864599.  1979 Chevrolet Security Van, well  lifted out, good shape, $6350.885-  2618. ten  Nomad 21' Iravel trailer, lully  equipped, exc. cond., $5500 OBO.  8856477 eves. ten  27' Vanguard Travel Trlr. Very  good cond. $7000.665-5444 ss  20 ml Manner Long Shaft 1991 on  wananly, $1200; 30 hp Evinrude  Loing Shall $800 OBO; new 25 hp  electric Long Shall Manner,  $2000 883-1119. TFN  24' Bayliner, rebuilt engine, below  2 his. Rebuilt leg. VHS, CB , 2  depth soundeis, re-upholstered,  sleeps 4-5. Moorage paid lo Aug.  '93. Asking $15,000.886-7255.  ��� lw  16' K&C Ihermoglass, 70HP Evinrude and trailer, $4500.885-7334.  ilw  Kawasaki Jel Ski lor sale, excellent condilion. asking $2700. 886-  8102. ss  15' libreglass Sangslercraft wilh  new convertible top. No motoi.  $950.886-2738. ss  1983 Pleasure lug. Atomic 4  engine, VHF sounder, tow post,  tow lights $9000 O.B.O. 886-4598  51 w  Complete shipwright services,  repairs, installations, wood, libreglass. John 885-8994 51w  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very last,  sleeps 4. Gary Mull design $4200.  886-3490, 1 -977-7349 toll-free  pager. ss  Coronado 15, nailer, similar to  Laser, nice boal $1600.686-3490,  1-977-7349 toll-tree pager,     ss  San Juan 24, VHF, dry sailed,  fresh water, 7.5 Honda, exc. cond.,  stove, porta-potti, $7900. 886-  3490.1 -977-7349 toll-free pager.  ss  Hobie Cal 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boal, #$1700. 886-3490,1 -977-  7349 toll-free pager. ss  1987 Campion 250 Haida CB, fully  loaded, exc cond. Musi sell  $28,000 O.B.O. 886-8344    TFN  Good 12 tl. aluminum boal $600 oi  trade? 685-7167 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-3040-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellenl condilion.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.    TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5276.  TFN  12 ft. aluminum boat $600, 885-  7167. ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  fasl and in lop condilion, surveyed  value $8500, offers 8 trades considered. 886-2736. ss  3 mobile homes all in Gibsons,  priced liom $15,500 - $26,500.  886-3580. 4cn  BRAND NEW 14x71  $33,900 FP  DU.a*a��MFOe factory.  Must have own location.  597-3322 tin  NEW MANAGEMENT  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Park is now under new ownership  and managemeni. We still have 5  sues available tor new homes.  Snow homes available lor viewing.  Conlacl tr. ��106, 886-2597. 597-  3322 TFN  i960 Highwood 14x70 mobile lor  lemoval. 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 685-5412.     ss  28. Motorcycles  1990 Honda 4 trax 350cc, low hrs,  exc. cond., w/tow behind trlr.  $4800.896-9047. 51cn  Honda Interceptor 500, exc. cond.,  $2000 OBO. 666-2164 aft. 5pm.  <2w  79 YZ80 Yamaha, mono shock,  exc. run. cond., $350.686-8080.  #5101  1986 Honda Spree scooter, 50 cc,  helmet. $575 OBO. Call aft. 6pm.  685-3907. Ilw  1992 Kawasaki Ninja ZX 600,  $5000.886-6996. ss  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc. cond.,  garage kept, $5500.686-9595. ss  1961 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculale 25,600 original K'a,  $1250 OBO. 886-7378.       ss  1965 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  ofleis. 886-9622. sa  29.Wanted  to rent  2-3 bdim home Roberts Creak tr*  Gibsons. Responsible, famllyj  excellent references. 885-S3951W  Small cottage, must be quiet and  private. Redrooffs?. 885-7124.  #51cn  Cottage or house with studio  space, willing to maintain grounds  etc. 685-2397 message.  #51 w  2-3 bedroom home in Sechelt,  N/S.N/P. 686-0310. #1w  3-4 bdrm. home, Gibsons lo Rbts.  Ck.. for Jan. 1/93.886-3663. ��2w  31. For Rent  Shared Accommodation kl my  home, short term or long tarn.  Ideal for mill student. Close to  ferry, N/S, no pets, available  alter Dec. 15 or Jan. North Rd.,  Gibsons. USOfrno. 8IK-80K.   TFNs  1 bdim trailer also small trailer  suitable 1 adult. Cedars Trailer  Court. 6853313 2w  19 ft, Sealoner Volvo Penta View in quiet area. n.s��� n.p��� $750,  Calkins trailer needs exhaust man- refs required. 885-2984 or 1-277-  ifold, $3500.886-3457.       ss      4323 2w  1976 Chev Malibu 4 DR, good 1987 Ford Ranger 4X4 6 cyl., 5  condition, new winter radiais, spd., many extras, excellent cond.  $750,886-9557. 51w    $8000. OBO. 686-9966.      Ilw  FOR ONE WEEK  In  ���lllim  llBeaTr. II��� -*   mi wiirai mv fn*avnMMrj*f  OST    V* fjT9K*aMlf90Sr   BSafaflOR  up to 10 word*  25 cents far ���ach  ���additional ward.  Paraai to��_  Pound *m Fn  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion I  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $ 1 Bach additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be canceled unless you instruct us to renew it  by CUf MOM CWOdlme * Not available far commercial adverlhart  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons 886-2622  Wookondor  NOON TUESDAY  Sechell 885-3930 18  Coast News, December 21,   1992  Take Arft'artttt^e tuj'our N*9%4> Classified Ad Special  Ran your classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  $395rmtn rustic living by tne beacn  near Gibsons. Cosy, furnished  trailer/cottage, nyaro incl. suit single/couple. Shed, garden, liees.  Prone 885-0640 51cn  WATERFRONT  1 bdrm Armours Beacn Gibsons,  renovaled. $650. 1-737-2136  immediately 2w  Gibsons 1 bdrm oius den. ground  lloor. w/d. walk to schools and  shopping $575 incl heal and  hydro 886-8859 2*  Lg. room lor rent Cozy home m  Gibsons Use ol kitchen and hoi  tub $395 incl mil ideal loi student  oi tradesmen 886-3/79      2w  Nrce new and dean I bdrm suite  wrlaund lacilrties. $400.mc avail  Jan. 15.886-7889 ��51cn  Walk to lerry Brighl. new 2 bdrm.  suite, pnvale entrance, great view.  N/S, $675/mo. Feb. I, phone  weekends 886-7490.        H2w  HOUSESITTER  Required during the Christmas  season to care toi my home and  animals. 885-3667 5icn  Large 3 bdrm duplex, lower Gibsons. No pets, rets. Available Feb.  1 $8007mth. 886-8529 1w  2 bdrm house in Garden Bay  Phone Joyce 883-9449        tw  3 bdrm Gibsons home, wood  stove, l/p, w a d. green house.  Available Jan. 15. $700/mth 885-  7776 or 885-7445 1w  1000 Palms California  2 bdrm dblwide mobile home completely fum. all utilities included.  Golf, 2 pools, hoi lub, tennis  $1000/1-* US 886-3109       lw  1 bdrm duplex, Wharl Rd.,  Sechelt, $375 mo plus utilities.  885-3962 51w  Clean, bright i bdrm lower Gibsons, private entrance, util., W/D  ind. Pel allowed. $500. Avail. Dec.  IS. 886-31573. 2cn  3 bdrm house, near schools and  mail. ioXImo. Eves 886-8449 Icn  i, __^_ ,  GRANTHAMS LOG  2 bdrm view home avail, at  reduced rent, to carpenter or hand-  Iman in exchange lor repairs. I-  254,6349. 1cn  3 bdrm mobile home wilh W/D.  F/S, D(W, ensuite, 14' wide, $725.  886-3580. 1cn  31   For Rent  2 bdrm apl. Gibsons. $500. 3 Ddrm  apt. $625.2 bdrm nouse. $625, 3  Ddrm Robens Ck, $750. 2 bdrm  house. GiDsons, $650. new lownhouse $650 Grant Realty Ltd.  8860330 TFN  Bachelor  Suites  UYMOMIIOIUVIIK  Royal Reach Molel  885-7844  3 bdrm duplex on acreage 2  oaths, wood slove. 5 appl. close  to plaza, bus and schools.  $800/mo. rots roi) 886-3457 Ilw  New 3 barm.. 2 bath , home near  mall, no pets. $876 886-2454 ilw  2 bdrm spacious waterlront,  Roberts Creek, n/l, $800. 885-  8849.885-7685. ��1w  Robens Creek. 1 bdrm bsmt ste..  suitable loi one person Beach  access, very quiel localion Pels  ok, $425 incl ulils 886-9856.��51w  Gianihams waiertront - small one  room cabin. $475 plus utils: 1  bdrm. upper suite. $550 plus utils.  Inquire 886-9238 or Grantham's  Posl Otlice I2cn  WATERFRONT - 2 bdim. Cozy  Corners. Gibsons, furnished, all  appliances, greal view, $1,000. 1-  737-2136. ��2w  2 bdrm view home, Granthams  Landing, Woodslove. mins. to  terry $600/mo. Jan. 1. Rels req. 1-  254-8349 2cn  3 bdrm lownhouse. 1/2 balh, 1200  sq. tt. located cential Gibsons,  completely renovated. Adult onent-  ed, NS, N/pels, $600/mo. Avail.  Feb. 1. Phone 886-7051 eves.2cn  High bank waterfront home,  Redroolts Rd. 2 bdrms, decks, lire-  place, view, 5 appis. Avail, immed.  885-0342. 2cn  Clean 2 bdrm mobile home in quiet  park. 4 appis Close to Davis Bay.  $595/mo. 8854862, 520-3102.2cn  Very beautiful waler view. 3 bdrm  house, 2 baths, carpel, W/D, lots  ol storage, $850/mo. No pels  (require quiet couple) and relerences required. 936-5588     2cn  Furnished house on waterlront,  Redroolls Rd. Jan. 1 - June 15.  Sjit couple, $650.885-9013. 2cn  Ouiet room wilh cooking suite,  male. 886-2164 51w  i bdrm bachelor suite Close lo  terry, view, pnvate entrance. Util.  mcl. $525/mth. No pels 886-0003  2 bdrm Gibsons HarDour. view, l/p,  t 1/2 baths, deck $695. incl. Arthur  885-9859 Slw  Move up lo me Westport - Lowei  Gibsons - beautiful 1 bdrm view  apt Quel new. secure, race dion-  telle. blinds, carpet, laundry,  $590/mth B86-3420 5cn  i bdrm suite, bnghl. spacious,  new, one mi lo lerry. beautilul  view, private entrance, parking,  utilities included Rel requited  $525 886-0026 52cn  Bachelor suite avail immed. util  and cable included $450/mth  close to amenities, Gibsons 886-  0901 Phone Ken 51w  Gibsons. 1 bdrm bright ground  lloor. $450 plus. Arthur 885-9859.  51 w  Gibsons. Housekeeping rooms,  Iridge, slove. sink, shared bathroom, 2-$300. Arthur 885-9859.  51 w  2 bdim mobile, Madeira Park,  $450 W/D 526-9895. 51w  LANGDALE  3 bdrm house, ocean view, walk to  lerry and beach,lenced garden.  No pets, refs. req., 6 month rental.  Avail. Jan '93. $850.886-9427.  CHRISTMAS IN MAUI, HAWAII!  Furn. 3 bdrm, 2 balh house, 5  mins lo beach. Avail Dec-Jan 4,  $50/day oi ask about a weekly discount. 886-2223. 51w  Studio suite, all inclusive, lurnished, central Gib sons, view. NS.  January 4, rels req. $500/mo. 886-  7955 or 886-7522. 51w  West Sechelt. 2 bdim. suite. 1150 Wesl Sechelt - unfinished 1  sq. ft incl. hydro, cable. Indge and bdrm. in a new home. In-tloot  slove. W/D. no pets, NS/ND, healing, N/S, $450/mo. �� share  $70uVmo. 685.5277. I51w utils. 679-6979. I51w  3 bdim. house on acreage,  Roberts Creek area. $725/mo.. no  dogs, rels. req 885-3152 or 437-  3701. i5iw  Large 2 bdrm. trailer, wood slove,  oil lurnace, 4 appliances, kids and  small pets OK. $600 mo 885-  0238. i5iw  Monthly, Weakly, Dally  886-3343  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia tegaalation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental ot property.  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Childien' as a  condilion ol rental would be In  violation ol Ihe Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ol the legislation and could have a complaint  Wed against Ihem. The Coast  News will therefore not accept  such discriminatory ads.  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  HEalIYlTD  Don Sutherland  SEVEN TREES ��� Waterfront  - BonmebrooK Rels.,  $i,rjr*0/mo.  Small suite ��� Granthams.  $450/mo.  886-8107  Shared house $400/mo., move in  lor December, $150, Wilson  Creek. 685-0930, lv. mess. ��51w  Sunny, oceanhont 1 bdrm. suite  on 2 levels, balcony, skylights,  $600,886-8774. I51w  NEEDFUL?  Movie channel, cable TV, D/D  phones, O size beds and lully  equipped kitchenettes in out bachelor suites. Our monthly winter rale  special starts Dec. 1. Opposite  Gibsons Marina 666-3343.  TFN  Bright 2 bdrm apt, caipets, skylights, $550/mo. Centrally located  886-7018. TFN  Well kept and remodelled 2 bdrm.  waterlront home, lull basement,  Pender Harbour area, no pets,  avail. Jan. 1,$750/mo.  Immaculate 3 level 2 bdim. adull-  oriented townhouse in Gibsons, no  pets, avail, immed., $700/mo.  Two bdim. home in Sechelt Village, 4 appliances, avail, now.,  $750/mo.  Two bdrm. home, Redrooffs area,  avail, for Jan. 1,$700/mo.  Two bdrm. house Davis Bay, close  lo the beach, avail, Feb. 1,  $600/mo.  CENTURY WEST REALTY  Property Management  885-2235 #51cn  TEREDO SQUARE ��� 3rd lloor  office, 363 avquavi teat Carpeted, air conditioning, elevator  lervlca. All inclusive rant  $335/mo 8854466 TFN  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 865-  2752 or 885-9863 51cn  industrial workshop avail, immediately. Gibsons. 750 sq. It. unit,  $475/mo. 921-6751. I1w  Commeicial/oflice space lor lease.  1000 sq.ft. corner unit, excellent  exposure, prime location - Kem's  Plaza Contact Waller or Beiyl  8868886 TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  34 Help Wanted  Waitress/waiter, wage neg��� based  on exp. Please apply in person to  New China Kitchen. TFN  LIFEGUARD (Part-lime) w'NLS,  Bronze Cross, CPR, AEC, preferably WSI, WSI 2, RLSSC instructor & Examiner, and Aquacize  Instructor. Phone Marie at 883-  2612. 1cn  Doormen needed - apply in person  lo Chris at Elphie's Cabaret. ��1w  HELP!  My suede knapsack was stolen at  Wakefield parking lot Sat., Dec. 5.  Contains important university  books. Please call Kalawan 685-  4883. ten  Drivers needed for pizza delivery  with own vehicle. Call 886-2069 or  885-0321. 51w  Experienced Produce Manager.  Full lime. 885-5614, ask for Personnel. 51w  Taxi driver with class 4 driver's  abstract. Blue Wave 896-3333.  TFN  PT babysitter needed at local Illness centie. 2-3 houis/wk (am)  Free membership and hourly  wage CAII686-4606 TFN  Coordinator  Voluntaw Programs  Exciting opportunity to grow wilh  Ihe Sunshine Coast Home Support  Society Part lime 20 his./wk.  Responsibilities: Program expansion and development; volunteer  management; community liaison;  marketing;lund  development liiiidiaising administration ot volunteer programs;  member ol management team.  Qualifications: Skills and expenence in volunteer management  and supervision, fundraising, marketing, highly developed interpersonal skills. Deadline: January  6793. Send resume and hand-written cover letter lo Executive Diiec-  lor. Box 2420. Sechell, BC VON  3A0. lien  Career Opportunity  Accounting Assistant  CGA lirm requites self-motivated  energetic individual. Your skills will  include typing, computer literacy  along with pioficiency wilh Ihe  major accounting, spreadsheet,  and word processing software.  Responsibilities will include reception, payroll monthly bookkeeping,  and file preparation lo trial balance. The right person will be  eager to leam and open to upgrading and courses. Salary will be  dependent on qualifications and  experience. Good growth potential  foi the right peison. Please hand  deliver resume to Soprovich S Co.,  267 Gower Point Rd.. Gibsons  Quay, Downlown Gibsons. ��51w  COAST^NEWS  CHRISTMAS      HOURS  CZ&sena Office  Thursday, December 24: Closed.  Christmas Day: Closed.  Monday, December 28:   Closed.  New Years Day: Closed.  Christmas Day:     Closed.  New Years Day:    Closed.  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  AND YUKON  coaaMUNiTV  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  286  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  Those ads appear in more than IOO community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPEH OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  lw 25  words  $195  13 70 each additional word  AUTO  ENGINES REBUILT from  $995. S year 100.000 kms  warranty. Bond Mechanical  ���erving B.C. for 27 years.  Phone 7 days, 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.  (604)872-0641. Toll-tree  Mon-Fri 1-800-663-2521.  Cummlngs Turbo Diesel  4X4's, Explorers, Vans, 4-  Runners, Dakotas, starting  from $189 month, 0 down  O.A.C. We deliver anywhere  In B.C. Brian or Don collect  1(604)565-3141.  GOVERNMENT SFJzIrJ/  SURPLUS vehicles. U.S.and  Canadian low as $100.  BMWs, Cadillacs, Chevs,  Fords, Mercedes, Porsches,  tucks, vans. AMAZING Iree  24-hr. recording reveals how:  (416)631-4266.   A WISE CHOICE. Quality  Rebuilt Engines. Cars and light  trucks from $995. 5 Year,  100,000 Km limited warranties. Canada Engines Ltd.  580-1050 (7 days) 1-800-  665-3570, 856-5828 (eve  nlngs).   JEEPSI JEEPSI JEEPSI  1942 -1992. Our 20th Anniversary, Selling Quality Parts,  Accessories at VERY AFFORDABLE PRICES. Huge  atock same day service.  Gemini Sales, 4736 E. Hastings, Burnaby, B.C. V5C 2K7.  (604)294-2623.   AUTO  NEW 1992 SUBURBANS,  4X4 ��� lully loaded. Arrived loo  late in 1992, customers ordered 93's. Call Sam - Toll-  tree 1 -659-5264, D.L.#81002.     DOO RSI WINDOWS! Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French doors, wood windows,  skylights. MOREI Call collect  to WALKER DOOR and WINDOW In Vancouver al  (604)266-1101.   ���ULTRASONIC BLIND  CLEANING* The fastest  growing Service Business of  the 90's, now In Canada. No  Competition, Low Overhead,  Excellent Profits. Manufac-  I'jrodmB.C Details/e04)862-  8332.  DRUG RAIDSEIZURES! Buy  dill cheap. Cars, Houses,  Boats, Computers...Direct  from U.SyCanadian Government. FREE ILLUSTRATED  REPORT: Seizures, Dept.  bc8, #150-1857 West 4th,  Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1M4.  EDUCATION  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 -5456or 1 -800-665-8339.  EDUCATION  FOR SALE MISC.  VHS Videos 30-40 minutes  on: Easy to build woodworking projects KDIY256; Build:  Bookcases #DIY253. Cabinets HOIY252; Moulding/Pix  Frames #DIY255; Outdoor  Furniture ��DIY254; Tables  #DIY25I.   $32.95/ea GST/  PST included, malted, many  more available. Specific Instruments Ltd., 5115 E. Georgia St.. Burnaby, V5B 1V2.  2S1-6171.  ������"SEPTIC TANKS $399.1!  600 Gals, 210 Lbs. Govern-  menl Approved, 20 Year Warranty. WATER TANKS ���  HALF PRICE. Guaranteed  absolutely, positively lowest  prices!! Sale ends Jan. 15.  VISA. 1-800-661-4473.  BUILDINGS - ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES. B.C. Factory  Outlet. Straight sided and utility models. Example: 30X40  $5,225.; 40X60 $7,968. Order for spring and save. Pioneer Steel 1 -800-668-5422.  EMPLOYMENT  OPPORTUNITIES  EXPERIENCE WORKING on  HELPWANTEO  a farm overseas. Program  fees include airfare, work  permit and much morel Contact the International Exchange Association, 1501 -  17 Ave. S.W., Calgary, AB,  T2T OE2.  EQUIPMENT  GET PAID ForClippina Newspaper Articles! Up to $25.00  Each! Write today. FREE  REPORT: CLIPPINGS, Dept.  bc11, #150-1857 West 4th,  Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1M4.  MOBILE HOMES  600 Champion Grader, good  working order, snow wing.  $6250 O.B.O. (604)593-4777  or (604)593-4570.  FMANCE  WINTERWORKSSPECIALI  Any new mobile or modular  home ordered during Decern ���  bar will be equipped with ���central air conditioning- ($3,000  value) FREE of charge. We  Government Grants & Loans.  Billions of dollars are made  available lo new and existing  B.C. businesses. The Brad  Book can show you how to  get your share. Call now  (604)753-9424.  will custom build your home.  Noble Homes(403)447-2333.  USED MOBILES. Manufacturer must clear all mobiles.  16 units to choose Irom.  Priced from $10,000. Noble  Homes (403)447-2333.  PERSONAL.  OKANAGAN VALLEY GIRLS  - Karen, Sylvie and Tanya ���  have exciting Personal Photos For Sale. For discreel  info, write KAREN, Box 670-  GB. Kelowna, B.C. V1Y7P4.  ADULTS ONLY PLEASEI  Body, Mind, Spirit. Who are  you really? Call (604)681-  0318 Evenings and Weekends.  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For information  on both, write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C3J1.  RECREATION VEHICLES  NEW ROADSTER Tenl  Trailer. Dealers wanted. Car  and motorcycle models made  In Canada. Compact on the  road, best dollar value trailers. 1(403)227-2885,Alberta  Fun-Way Sales.  SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vehicle Injury claims. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 years. Cal  free: 1-800-665-1138. Contingency fees available.  Simon, Wener & Adler.  BUS  DRIVERS  Sechell School Bus  Service Ltd. is now  accepting  applications for bus  drivers for the next  school term.  Applicants should  hold a valid B.C.  class 2 license.  Bring resume to  6041 Porpoise Bay  Rd. or mail lo Box  70, Sechelt, VON  3A0. Inquiries lo  885-2511  Career Opportunity  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL  SECHELT, BC  Requires a Manager of Human  Resource Services. Responsibilities will include: ��� Recruitment, hiring, job posting, transfers - lor 300  employees. ��� Collective agreement  administration. ��� Consultant to  departmenl heads in human  resources policies and administrations. ��� Advisor to administrator on  personnel policy developmem and  Occupational Health S Salety. ���  Other senior administrative  responsibilities ol which the successful applicant may prove to be  capable  Experience: ��� In hospital labour  relations personnel management. ���  In administration within hospital or  health care facilities  Education: * Formal education in  Human Resouice management,  general administration, or other  applicable discipline  Salary and benefits negotiable.  Successful applicant will be a  member ol the senior management team and one of only six  non-union employees. Please  respond to:Ted Wright, CEO, St.  Mary's Hospital, Box 7777,  Sechell, BC VON 3A0 Telephone  604-885-2224. Fax: 604-685-3250  TFN  Experienced waiter/waitress pah-  time evenings, El Nino. 666-3691.  TFN  Taxi drivei with class 4 driver's  abstract. Blue Wave 886-3333.  TFN  35.Business &  Home Services  SUNFREE VTNYL  All seasons decking material, tree  estimates. Call Joe, 865-9235 3w  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  ���Fteimt  Oecke  I* at   VtwM,  Je.lnten.lK.  -Any Jo*  . ON* CALL DOES ITAU  HANDYMAN  Carpentry, painting, stone masonry, general home repairs. 885-  9235 Joe. 3w  John MacCaUum Electric: Electrical Services. Reg. 122074. 665-  0756 51w  Business &  Home Services  LAWN AND GARDEN!  Fruit tree pruning and spraying,  landscaping, tree removal, hedge  trimming garden clean-up. 886-  0180 Jan. 2cn  Cirtlflati Siw filer  Shupm'rag I Repafct  to all cutting tools mcliidMn  Mower Blades a Chatlnim  |?orUafl)irr  ���jftarbritrr  Ctw-mroof at Itesidttmel  fully Insured  frmndty, ielioble Service  FMD ������������SIM  -usiVHf  Hirrep  Do you need something built for  your home or office'7 Maybe an  item toi a Christmas gift7 Or you  might need some interior renovations or linishing! It you've  answered yes to any or all ol the  above, give ART a call 686-8354.  tor prompt, quality cuslom wood  work at reasonable prices     2w  I'M VOUR HANDYMAN  Porches, stairs, atnums, additions,  all jobs. No job too small. Call Bill  886-0380 pager 977-6502.    ten  Experienced house cleaners, rates  negotiable. Call Jane or Bonnie.  88W165. 51cn  Gutters cleaned ��� rool maintenance. 8856070 ��2w  Babysitter - Sechelt area, experienced reliable and responsible.  685-0969 Amte. 2w  HAVE BILLS TO PAY  Donl wanl welfare, hardworking ���  will do anything, have chainsaw.  Lee 865-0165 2cn  Expeiienced orchaidisl wants to  prune your Iruit trees. Free estimales. 885-7906 1w  Dovelail log home builder. To  enquire call 885-5322. 1cn  HOUSECLEAMNG  Honest, reliable. Call Beth 8B6-  7247. Icn  Free Estimales  Firm Prices  Bruce Fraser  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  HOUSECLEANING  Reliable, efficient, bondable. Free  estimate. 6856477,68!H)708.1cn  Home repairs, maintenance, carpentry, painting, eavestrough and  window cleaning, Xmas lights.  John 8856994 51w  John MacCallum Electric: Electrical Services. Reg. #22074. 885-  0756 51w  SPIC AND SPAN CLEANERS  'If you're not happy wilh the other  guy then consider giving us a try.'  Wendy 886-2751 oi Nicole 886-  3364 1cn  SPECIAL TOUCHES  CLEANING SERVICE  Residenlial * Commercial * Marine.  Bonded, insured. 855-4457. 51w  Pat's Disposal-Hon Truck  Yard, house and garage clean-up.  construction and gyproc removal,  tiee and stump removal: demolition - reasonable and reliable; Iree  estimates 865-2670. 51 w  DODGf CONSTRUCTION  New Construction ��� Renovations  ��� Additions.  THE FINEST CRAFTSMANSHIP  yet reasonably priced  Prompt, Reliable  20 years experience  Tom Dodge has taught carpentry  and renovations al BCIT and built  cuslom homes lot many ol BC's  foremost designers References   on request.  COMPARE US TO THE REST!  Shouldn't you have Ihe Best?  Please phone Tom  883 9822  Call Sue lor your compiele home  cleaning needs. 685-4165   51cn  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  ponded and reliable. 664-5324 or  886-2312 or 886-0436.        TFN  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, Iree estimates. Relerences  available. 886-3463. TFN  Concrete ��� Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 686-8095.       TFNs  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimales. 885-2109.  TFN  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bath tubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy. 883-  2978 1cn  Interior finish work. Experienced  local carpenters. Relerences. 886-  2558. 1cn_  Young, honest, reliable, hardworking man looking for work. Willing to be trained. Call Farley 886-  2172. ��1w  Care-giver, housekeeper, permanent part-time, 3 days/wk for Jan.  '93.686-8001 Fri-Mon early am.  ���51w  STUDENT PAINTERS  Home for X-mas holidays. Need  work. Available now. Call 886-  0475         , jig  LABOUR ETC.  Wood splitting, yard clean-up,  brush cutting, bucking downed  trees, window cleaning, gutter  cleaning, rubbish removal. 685-  0737. 1cn  Reliable man seeks P/T casual  work. Indoor/outdoor Rob 886-  3822. 51w  HANDIMAN TO THE RESCUE  Yard work, haul away funk, chop  wood, dean gutters. Seniors discount. Doug 685-5070.     51w  Experienced house cleaner, will  also do sewing repairs. Refs. 886-  2520 or 886-2565. ��51cn  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates,  free estimates, no pb too small or  too large. Bruce 885-9576    ten  Foi Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays /1 BOO  sq. ft. upper storage space, olfice  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 866*204. ss  JARO ENTERPRISES  Roberta Creak  All your carpentry needs  Bob Talbot, 686-2215, att. 6pm.  TFNs  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton Iruck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  Carpentry - Renovations - Additions. By hour or contract. 886-  3107. ��2w  Experienced reliable carpenter  available from framing to foundations - siding to decks. 683-2353.  ���61 w  Complete Bobcat Strvicn  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Wall* - Tranca-iing  Landscape Construction  Drainage  8808538  TFNs  37.Child Care  Reluming RN requires reliable  child care, preferably in my home.  2 children ages 3 yrs and 5  months. Wood Bay area. Rets,  required. 883-9471 2w  Molly Mouse Daycare. Spaces  avail. 18 months to school age.  Fun-Hlled, caring environmenl with  early childhood trained stall. 886-  3913 2w  Molher, R.N. (Japan), experienced  childcare in our home, anytime.  6860265. 1w  Woiking moms, young grandma  swill provide TLC lo your child in my  home. Start in Feb. Refs. Phone  weekends 686-7490. ��2w Coast News Classifieds  Coast News, December 21,  1992        19  37   Child Car  In-home family child care. Sale,  tun. P/T or F/T. Very reasonable  rales. Rets, avail. 886-2227. 4cn  Rapidly growing lowing service in  Sechell aiea. Good contracts and  reputation Serious inquiries only.  685-2022 after 6pm. 51 w  HONDA POWER PHODIXTS  ailWQVAWVA  FOREST* GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Fon-st a Oard-n IValrrshlps  available for Srchcll  CUlDorhnat  Tldcllnc Logging  S05-4141  SEMOIIS INQUIRES ONLY  THE CORPORATION OF THE  DISTRICT OF SECHELT  COWRIE STREET REVITALIZATION  Sealed bids marked 'Bid of The Corporation of  ihe District of Sechelt Cowrie Street  Revitalization' will be received at the offices of  The Corporation of the Districl of Sechelt, P.O.  Box 129, 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.,  VON 3AO up lo 10:00 a.m. local time  Thursday, January 7,1993.  The work involves the construction of:  .1 Underground telephone duct bank system  including service vaults.  .2 Underground electrical duct bank system  including service boxes and kiosk bases.  .3 Ornamental street light system.  .4 Removal and reconstruction of sidewalk  areas.  .5 Installation of new curb and gutter.  Contract Documents may be examined at the  offices of The Corporation of the District of  Sechelt and Associated Engineering (B.C.)  Ltd.  Contract Documents will be available for  pickup by interested General Contractors at  the offices of The Corporation of the District of  Sechelt on or after December 29, 1992 upon  non-refundable payment of $50.00 per set,  GST included.  Technical inquiries by bidders are to be  directed to Mr. D. Fraser, Engineering and  Operations Superintendent, The Corporation of  the District of Sechelt, Telephone No. (604)  885-1986.  Bids must be accompanied by the specified  Bid Bond.  The lowest or any bid will not necessarily be  accepted.  D. Fraser  Engineering and Operations Superintendent  The Corporation of the District of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue  Sechelt, B.C.VON3AO  Associated Engineering (B.C.) Ltd.  300-4940 Canada Way  Burnaby. B.C. V5G 4M5  ASK  "*" CARMEN DIXON.  She knows.  Carmen placed her "For Rent" classified  ad in the Coast News and Coast News  Weekender at our special 'Pay for two  weeks get the third one FREE' rate.  She also placed her ad for one week in  the Leader.  During the first week her ad ran,  Carmen received 25 phone calls. She  asked people where they had seen her  ad.  ALL 25 calls were generated by her  Coast News & Weekender ad.  She received NO calls from her Leader  ad.  By Ihe end of the second week, her ad  in the Coast News & Coast News  Weekender had brought in 42 phone  calls, and Carmen phoned to cancel  the third week. She also wanted us to  know just how well her Coast News  Classified had workedl  Thanks for telling us, Carmenl  When you want response...  Coast News-  Weekender  Classifieds  Cruice Lane,  Gibsons  886-2622  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  885-3930  It's your call!  ephemera  DOGGONE IT!  I thought I'd be out or here before Christmas but I'm still waiting  for that special person to give me a home. I'm a 4 year old male  Shepherd X, mellow, loveable and excellent on leash. Please come  and see me soon at the SPCA.  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  Long-time publisher of the  Sunshine Coasl News, Fred  Crtiice died early Friday morning, Dec. 18, 1987. He was 91.  Fred's life was a long love  affair wilh newspapers, primarily Ihe Regina Leader-Post and  lhe Coast News. His more than  60 years as a journalist were  interrupted by periods of national service in World War I and II.  Peggy Connor, newly elected  chairman of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District welcomed  Area Cs new director, Stan  Dixon at Ihe inaugural meeiing  of the board last week.  The Suzy Q has gone down  to a watery grave. For those of  you who remember Ihe plodding, 360-foo! ferry which used  lo run between Langdale and  Horseshoe Bay, the Sunshine  Coast Queen, apparently sunk  while being towed lo Ihe Orient.  10 YEARS AGO  The Village of Sechelt's  application for a Canada Community Development Program  grant of $112,000 has been  turned down by the federal  agency., The grant was lo be  used for building boat-launching facilities in Trail Bay. When  Sechelt council refused to support an application for a foreshore lease, which Hall needed  lo proceed with his projecl,  Hall gave the village his gram  application.  15 YEARS AGO  Among ihe stable beasts, a  new animal has become Ihe  guardian of the crib this year.  This is Heidi, a big Si. Bernard  dog. She looks dignified and  placid in the place she has chosen for herself in the Christmas  creche among the many lights  of Albert Weal's pasture.  25 YEARS AGO  A petition opposing the  Highways Department's proposed route for Ihe Gibsons  bypass from Langdale to the  region of Seaview Cemetery, is  being circulated. Residents of  the North Road area between  Reid Road and the Highway as  far as Seaview Cemetery are  petitioning Ihe Highways  Department lo reconsider the  location  I  n recognition of the season, wc would like to take this  opportunity to thank our customers and suppliers for  their patronage __,  ���  :,..._!Lu.r -  ��� v ���- ������ -��� <..*���:*.,,-  the \  Clean Sweep \  and support. We  extend to you best  wishes for a safe and  happy holiday and a  healthy New Year.  Alicr Albrecht  and Reid Arnold  *��->���<����� **rfe���� **�������*<������� *a*m  CHIMNEY SERVICE  -Im  %$wmd%��  ' 23 Modern Rooms  ��� Kitchen Units - by week or month  Colour Cable T.V.   ��� Full Bath & Shower  Direct Dial Phones ��� Reasonable Rates  B86-2419 ��� Sunshine Coast Hwy. Gibsons, B.C.  aDHQdfl  Happy RJ-ott ^TeaoiP  From all the Staff at  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  HWY 101, GIBSONS  Come One Come All!  come to  Mary's 50% Discount  BOXING DAY SALE  December 26, 1 lam - 4pm  Mary's Variety  273 Gower Pt. Road 886-8077  Gibsons Landing  VsV',-  HAPPY  HOLIDAYS  from the staff of The Coast News  From London* Ontario  to London,     ^  ALLIED  The Careful Movers  Whether your next move takes you across the world or to a new  hometown in Canada, choose Allied. More than 1,100 Allied  representatives is one reason why Allied moves twice as many  families as any other mover.  Call today for a free no obligation estimate.  LEI WMV'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, ���forage, local a long dlatinc* moving.  HWY 101, GIBSONS       ^WflBP 886-2664  WISHING  YOU AND  YOURS  and a healthy and  happy New Year  SUNCOAST MOTORS LTD  1117 SUNSHINE C0AS1 HWY., (NEAFl PRATTB0.)QIBS0NS  111-1319  ACROSS FROM GIBSONS PARK PLAZA  .STOP  If drinking is a part of your holiday  celebrations, plan ahead to make sure you  get home safely...on public transit, in a cab,  or with a designated driver. EJecause we're  out to stop cirinking .drivers. .And we will.  DEC. 8-JAN. 3  DRINKING DRIVING  COUNTERATTACK 20       Coast News, December 21,  1992  In Willi ll> Mt Ht situ) our ajtVlf cheer.  For the rrurriest CfirifMM urul a Happy Noi- lirar!  news  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd . Gibsons       886-7527   |  Mon. - Sat. 9-5:30    Sun   10 -A    I  -sV^-     happy  >rx   HOLIDAYS  y   I   \ from the staff of The Coasl News  Transfer gives Sgt. Hill Hope  %5  w  All  of us  \X.J!mf  at your local  B.C. Hydro office  wish you season's  greetings and a safe,  Power Smart New Year  After live and a half years  Sergeant Ed Hill of Ihe Gibsons  detachment will be giving up  his post.  The move comes wilh a promotion lo Staff Sergeant. Mayor  Eric Small made Ihe announcement al last Tuesday's council  meeiing, saying dill would be  leaving Feb. I.  Hill told Ihe Coasl News he  is being transferred lo Hope BC.  where he expected to continue  the artistic endeavours he is  known for around (iibsons.  Mosi recently he has been  artistically involved wilh Ihe  Chamber of Commerce, creating the design for Ihe two sets  of banners lhat have graced the  telephone poles along Highway  101.  "Who knows," Hill said,  "maybe I'll gel a banner projecl  started in Hope."  This will probably not be the  lasl Gibsons will see of Hill,  however.  The 25-year RCMP officer  said he intends to make the  town his retirement home, but  for now he is looking toward his  new post.  Providing confidential, professional  service goal of Planned Parenthood  X  Hydro's Customer Service offices will be closed on  Friday. Dec 25. Monday, Dec 28; and Friday, Jan.1.  Our emergency crews will be on standby 24 hours a day  during the holiday season as they are throughout Ihe year.  THE STAFF AND CREWS OF YOUR LOCAL HYDRO OFFICE  BG hydro CS  In a relaxed and easy atmosphere, people from all walks of  life are welcomed into the  Planned Parenthood clinic  which sets up shop eveiy Thursday nighl in the Coasl Garibaldi  heallh unit.  First opened two years ago,  Ihe clinic operates from 7 pm to  9 pm, and is open to virtually  anyone who is in need of birth  control or pregnancy coun-  ceiling.  For an annual fee of $5,  clients can expect confidential,  professional service wilh local  nurses, doctors and trained  counsellors who volunteer their  time.  'All options of birth  control will be fully  discussed, including  abstinence'  -Faye ik>bh  "We iry lo be non-judgmental," said Faye Bebb the program's director. "All options of  birth control will be fully discussed, including abstinence."  The right method will be  explored for Ihe individual  client, she said, and Ihe doctor is  on hand for examinations and  prescriptions.  The counsellors are also  available to discuss pregnancy  options and lend emotional support and professional guidance  to women considering adoption  or abortion.  Slowly, said Bebb, the clinic  is trying lo bring talk of AIDS  into Ihe regular counselling,  "bul it's not our major mandate."  However, Bebb said Ihe message is gelling out lhal il isn't  enough lo be protected anymore, individuals musl make  themselves safe loo - every  lime.  Planned Parenthood is an  international non-profit organization, funded in part by the  United Way and in Canada by  the federal and provincial governments. Donations are accepted locally al Box 194.1, Gibsons,  B.C. VON IVO and al ihe Vancouver main office al #105,  2902 Wesl Broadway, V6K  2G8.  "I think il's essential, I really  do," said Bebb of Ihe communily program. "We would rather  see people safe and prolected  than see unwanted pregnancies."  Woodcreek  developers  facing  charges  by Jane Seyd  It's left nearby residents in a  mess for several months now.  But the developers responsible for a malfunctioning sewage  treatment plant and drainage  field at the Woodcreek Park  subdivision near Gibsons are  now facing a mess of their own  - in court.  Developers Shirley and Don  Mclntyre of West Vancouver  have been charged with seven  counts under Ihe Waste Management Act, said conservation  officer Fred Barnes.  Two counts involve introducing "business waste" into  Ihe environment and five counts  concern releasing waste in contravention of the developers'  permil. All charges concern  effluent which has been surfacing from Ihe clogged drain field,  previously the topic of much  non-too-delicate discussion  among protection officers, residents and directors of the local  regional district.  A previous pollution abatement order and meetings to try  to solve the problem did not significantly change the situation.  According to Ministry of  Environment records, the plant  was never installed properly to  begin with and was also not  adequately maintained.  Recently, regional districl  engineers conducted a study lo  see what kind of upgrades  would be necessary before the  regional district could consider  taking over operation of the  plant from the developers.  According lo that report, on  a long-term basis it would be  better both environmentally and  economically to abandon the  existing plant altogether and  replace it with a new community septic system. Failing that,  major work would be required  on the existing system.  So far, however, no negotiations are underway between the  developers and the regional district.  Before  you send it,  ^tttwatr**  t

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