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 I H.ISI AIIVK LIBRARY  Piriiamenl Buildings  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  liiHHHifraa  November 30,1992 Volume 46 Issue 48  Co-ordinated effort advocated to control AIDS  by Jane Seyd  It's a disease lhat now affects an  estimated two million people worldwide. And although exact figures for  AIDS and rales of HIV infection on the  Coast are hard to come by, doctors here  say residents can't consider themselves  immune.  "AIDS does not discriminate," says  Dr. Paul Martiquet, chief medical  health officer of Ihe Coast Garibaldi  heallh unit.  And he emphasizes the Dec. 1  World AIDS Day theme of "community  commitment" as the key to preventing  the spread of the disease.  Pender  Among the measures Martiquet  hopes to see on the Coast soon: condom  machines in high school washrooms  and more discussion about starting a  needle exchange program for intravenous drag users.  So far this year, there have been nine  reported cases of AIDS within the area  served by the local health unit, which  extends from Powell River through lo  Whistler and Howe Sound.  Most of those cases were either  homosexual men, IV drug users or  hemophiliacs, says Martiquet: three of  the "high risk" groups.  Since lhe heallh unil started offering  tests for the HIV virus associated with  AIDS in 1985, 34 out of over 3.000  tests have come back positive.  Dr. Kirstie Overhill. chief of staff at  St. Mary's hospital, says she knows of  two positive tests for HIV on lhe Sunshine Coast, and there may he more, bul  "il tends not lo be publicized."  "The main concern lhal I have is  people who are woiried Ihey have  AIDS are going to the city to be tested  or treated," says Martiquet, "I'm a  strong advocate of pro\ iding services in  (the patient's) own communily."  The HIV test is available locally  through doctors' Offices, and Martiquet  says most take it just for reassurance.  The problem is Ihe antibodies can  lake up to six months to develop from  first exposure to the virus. From thai  point it can take another five to seven  years before a sufferer develops AIDS.  Worldwide, that's meant a huge  opportunity for spread of the disease,  within an estimated 9 million to 11 million people infecled wilh HIV.  Thai's lhe bad news. The good news  is numbers of people with AIDS and  HIV around the province of BC are levelling off, says Martiquet.  "People are just being smarter about  who they're having sex wilh ... espe-  man  dies in  highway  accident  by Darah Hansen  A single-vehicle accident  early Thursday morning  claimed the life of a Pender  Harbour man and left another  injured.  Kevin Duncan, 21, was pronounced dead al St. Mary's  hospital as a result of injuries  he received when Ihe car he  was driving wenl off Ihe road  approximately ',8 kilometres  south of Francis Peninsula  Road on Highway 101.  His passenger, Robert  Tremblay, a.k.a Doug Reid,  was also taken to hospital and  is reported to be in satisfactory  condition.  Sechell RCMP were called  to the scene at 8:45 am, but  said the car had likely been  down lhe embankment at least  four hours prior to their arrival.  An investigation by RCMP  analyst Friday morning revealed no immediate cause for  the accident.  Police say Ihey are now  awaiting Ihe toxicology report  to determine if alcohol was  involved.  As news of the death swept  quickly through the community, Pender Harbour Secondary  school principal Dave Witt  called students lo an assembly  to provide Ihem with the proper  facts.  Witt said both men were  well known at lhe school and  had been sludenis there prior to  their graduation Ihree years  ago.  The sludenis received the  news of Duncan's death with  much emotion, Witt said,  adding that counsellors and  teachers were on hand to help  deal with grief.  Will said a memorial service  is expected.  The dale is being arranged  in consultation with Duncan's  family.  Filming un Needful  Things is all but  over. Above,  shooting on one of  the final scences  prior to Thursday  night's explosion of  the Needful Things  store. Right,  (iibsons resident  John Reynolds sets  the chapel roof afire  as part of the special  effects for the  movie.  Jnel Johnstone  photos  1    .**"  b       a*".''                                                 mm*  BGJ  __*____  trT.h'._g_w_  *' '��������������*  *s*��sS  s        *v  4  \\\\\\\\t*r-lKlilr* ���     ���  - a mfL     '���  "V-.;'  Jj>  av"'  ^*mm.  - ki  ., -            *" aa-  le. 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Actors Ed Harris and Bonnie Bedelia are  beginning lo edge away from this psychotic  who is screaming less lhan flattering epithets of  profanity at Ihe austere Leland Gaunt, when  suddenly the air is split with a scream to run.  Transfixed exlras and actors alike boll into  action, running heller skelter away from Ihis  explosive moment. Whal happens next? You'll  have to wail and see the film, due for release  nexl August.  turn to page i  Chaudiere sinking survives SCRD revote, marginally  by Jane Seyd  With a tie vote Thursday  night, the Sunshine Coast  Regional District reaffirmed ils  support for sinking the  Chaudiere in Sechelt Inlet Dec.  5.  But in an emotional discussion, several directors said they  have changed their minds on Ihe  board's original stance, and now  have serious reservations about  the project.  The issue was raised after  director Ben Pierre of the  Sechelt Indian Government District asked the board to withdraw its support for scuttling the  vessel.  "I've had a lot of thought  about this issue. I think it's really important that we do reconsider,"  said  director  Brett  McGillivray, citing over 200  names the board has received  opposing the project.  "If there is a possibility lhat  it can cause environmental damage...then on which side do we  err?" he asked.  He added the issue also  involved respect for the wishes  of the Sechelt Indian Band: "I  hear the aboriginal people of  Ihis Coast saying 'Don't sink  this ship'."  Those thoughts were echoed  by director Jeremy Frith, who  warned the board "we may be  putting a time bomb down  there," with respect to both  environmental concerns and  divisions within the community.  "... I have to vote against the  sinking of this ship, if only to  support the Sechelt."  But Ihose opinions weren't  shared by all board members.  Directors Eric Small and  Peggy Connor said Ihey accepted environmental assurances  and hadn't seen any concrete  evidence against the projecl.  For alternate director Dick  Derby, Ihe issue was one of  local economics. "I have a lol of  friends in the Indian village. I'm  not voting against them," he  said. But "every last dollar we  can bring into this community is  badly needed."  The vote to remove board  approval for the projecl failed,  with directors Jeremy Frilh,  Brett McGillivray, Art Whistler  and Ben Pierre in favour and  Jane Reid, Dick Derby, Peggy  Connor and Eric Small opposed.  Said Pierre, "I thought for  Ben Pierre  sure there'd be more support  coming from the other directors," but added he wasn't taking Ihe vote as one against the  Sechelt.  Pierre said the recent rally at  Porpoise Bay Park proved many  non-native residents shared the  band's concerns. So far, the  band has not made a final decision on whether it will seek an  injunction to prevent the sinking.  On Friday officials from  Environment Canada were on  board the vessel doing further  inspection, in response lo concerns raised by Coastwatch. Bul  spokesperson Rick Kussat said  there would have lo be substantial problems discovered to halt  issuing of the final permit, now  scheduled for the morning of  the sinking.  Kussat said a further inspection may be held next week with  representatives from the Save  the Strait Alliance and the  Sechelt Indian Band.  cially in the gay community," he comments.  Needle exchange programs and public education programs about condom  use and "safe sex" have also meant the  risk to heterosexuals and women is now  considered less than it was first feared,  says Martiquet.  But those routes of transmitting tlte  disease are stil! a concern to doctors on  Ihe Coast.  "Heterosexuals   are   slower   to  respond, because they think it can't  happen to them,"  says Overhill.  "...We're concerned aboul teenagers."  turn to page 2  Elves  prepare  for big  day  by Stuart Burnside  Business is for booming the  20th anniversary year of the  Sunshine Coast Elves Club,  which is probably not the best  of news.  This year the Christmas  organization is anticipating at  least 500 families will apply for  food baskets, up from the 463  hampers last year.  The good news is that Elves  club spirits are high as the time  nears for hampers to be passed  out, Dec. 19.  "It's going pretty good," said  spokesperson Lii Pariseau said.  "We've got our groceries  ordered from Super Valu and  our lurkey ordered from IGA,  and we're slowly gelling ready  for ihe big day."  Pariseau said the amount of  food needed to fill the Christmas hampers was "incredible"  and included quantities such as  2,500 pounds of potatoes, 1,000  pounds of carrots, onions,  oranges, etc., all of which are  loaded by teacher Ian Jacob's  grade 4 Gibsons Elementary  class.  To pay for all the food  passed out every year, the Elves  club looks to the community.  Pariseau said this year's grocery  bill would amount to nearly  $50,000 and the club currently  has about $3,000 in the bank.  "We're hoping to raise quite  a bit of money," Pariseau noted.  To that end, the Elves club  telethon, complete with a wide  variety of local talent, will air  on Coast Cable 11 Saturday,  Dec. 5.  "That Saturday, lhe first Saturday in December, is our big  day. It's Ihe opening of the  Elves club. That's when all the  depots are opened... everything.  Pariseau, who has been with  the Elves Club for 12 years,  said the money situation isn't as  bad as it appears - every year  the club runs up a hefly deficit  paying for Ihe required groceries, then looks lo Coasl residents and businesses to contribute. And every year Coast  residents come through. "This  communily pulls together so  well for lhe Elves Club,"  Pariseau said. "You'd be amazed.  Application forms for  Christmas became available in  local papers last week and the  deadline is Dec. 11.  inside  communHf pagtS  mMMtMi    pap 4  tphmen   pagt IT  jMftr       mi�� f  tports      melt Coast News, Novemk>er 30, 1992  m  12 years and under  YOUR CHRISTMAS  Vte. 9*  HELP THE  Donalnnt    SK-24M or Boa MS  Resolution eludes LRUP, two years on  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ��� Serving the Coast  since 1982  ��� 8136-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-8(K.**663-20SI  Miiiu.il hin.l*. IkTtur with  t-umiun (n-uup \*\ hintb li.l  Lawrence K. Chambers, CLU  i:ii.\\ibi-:rs  We're out to meet you!  Meet with JOHN CAWKER on  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9,1992  To arrange an appointment, call 666-7703  A Federal Business  Development Bank  representative will be paying  your community a visit in the  next few days Call today  *  7  j.    and arrange an appointment  _y        to discuss financing and  management services  (counselling, planning and  training)  COMMITTED TO YOUR SUCCESS  La Banque ottre  tt�� tervlctt dam  In deun langiwt  otllaclallaa _.  Thi last of a smrn-parl series  bv Jane Se> d  After iwo and a half years of talking,  some people say reaching a decision on lhe  Tetrahedron Local Resource Use Plan  11 Kl Pi is Mill possible.  Others say il isn't, and was never meant  lobe.  "They want lo be able to say there was a  fair process because Ihe public was  involved," says George Smith of the Tetrahedron Alliance.  Meanwhile, everyone's aware lhal arguments over logging in the Tetrahedron are  the kind taking place around Ihe province  now.  "Sometimes I wonder if it's just Ihose little eutblocks lhal we're fighting over or if  il's something more intangible," says Paul  Tingley of the Integrated Use Coalition.  "It's a fairly new process. Il's sort of a  testing ground for future land-use decisions,  and I think everyone thinks of il lhat way."  In the larger scheme of things, even to the  forest industry, the Tetrahedron may noi be  of crucial importance. But as Linda Williams  from the Tuwanek Ratepayers Association  comments, "They see it as one in a series of  conflicts lhal they are facing."  For International Forest Products, Ihe  local LRUP process is certainly noi lhe first  the company's been part of. Others in Clay-  oquol, Bella Inula and Port Hardy - to name  just a few - have gone before. Bul increas-  'LRUP members say, tbe  process should be  overhauled to work better  with a very complex issue'  ingly, Inlerfor, like other forest companies, is  facing different altitudes to the forest in  places like the Sunshine Coast.  During the Bella Coola LRUP, for  instance, "No one was under any illusion,"  says Mike Bell, local manager of Inlerfor,  who used lo supervise operations in lhal  area, "lhe economic mainstay was logging."  Others contend that buying into contested  areas at a good price then fighting for the  right to log there is an established business  practice in parts of the forest industry.  Comments Tingley, who worked under  three different companies in the Tetrahedron,  "These things they bought into are controversial. They got a lot for noi much money.  Il's a gamble."  Says Bell, "I'm certainly not aware of il  being an operating policy at Interfor."  Bul invariably, many of the areas now  being logged are controversial. "There's  nowhere to go anymore," says Bell. 'There  are no more great uncharted valleys."  These days, the forest industry is "fighting tooth and claw right down the line," says  Brad Benson of the Tetrahedron Alliance,  "and Ihe Tetrahedron is a prime example of  il.  "Il's tiny. They should be embarrassed lo  be fighting for it."  Meanwhile LRUP members say in future,  ihe process should be overhauled to work  better with a very complex issue.  "The issue of forest management is not  black and white. There's a huge amount of  information out there," says Rick Browcr  from Inlerfor. "It's very hard to say this is  right and this is wrong."  Says Benson, "I have a feeling it's like  the tortoise and the hare: that somehow  we're going lo come oul of Ihis smarter and  wiser."  Sechelt mulls, approves unification concept  Fresh cut  Christmas Trees  Now Here!  Locally grown In  Roberts Crook  Live trees  coming  Dec.3  Lots of great  gift" Ideas for" %  your favorite   u  ..Jjarclener.  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  _,,._    Pratt Rd.. Gibsons       886-7b27    f  P#"*l    Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30    Sun. 10-4    I  by Stuart Burnside  Six out of seven Sechell  councillors are willing lo pursue  the concept of a unified Coast  governmenl through recently  established terms of reference,  according to a council vote  taken last week, and Ihey will  say so in a letter to the Ministry  of Municipal Affairs.  Some, however, disagree  with the effectiveness of ongoing round-table-style discussions with the regional and  Sechelt Indian Governmenl districts and the Town of Gibsons.  The discussions are geared  toward achieving consensus on  the plausibility and ramifications of single government rule  and include all members of all  governments.  "We can't seem to get  together and do things as a  group," Cllr. Peggy Wagner said  .jU..la&.WejtM.sdilX.'s .council  meeting. "...The idea (of single  government) is wonderful but t  just don't think the process is  going to work."  Referring to a possible  $40,000 grant from the municipal affairs to further the unity  search, Wagner said it was  unfair to waste taxpayers'  money on a process she didn't  feel was going anywhere.  She said the various groups  seemed unwilling lo commit  themselves to ihe process unless  they somehow felt themselves in  charge.  "There has to be a feeling  that we really want lo work  together on Ihis. Thai we aren't  interested in a feeling of power  per se ... That we are interested  in serving the people of Ihis  Coast."  Mayor Nancy MacLarty  agreed, saying the point had  been made that the unification'  committee needed input from  the public, not just elected representatives and their staff.  "I'm against having a committee made up of all politicians," MacLarty said. She  noted lhal part of Ihe $40,000  provincial grant would be used  to hire a facilitator who was  "used to dispute resolution" and  could settle any disagreements  that might arise.  "I think this is worth a try,"  MacLarty said. "I don't think  things could get much worse  than they are now We could  Mayor Nancy MacLarty  be starting something here lhat  is a blueprint for future municipal governments of BC."  Cllr. Rosina Giles favoured a  step-by-step approach to unified  government in which individual  services like recreation would  be brought together one at a  time.  Only Cllr. Bob Wilson voted  against accepting the single government terms of reference and  expressing support in a letter lo  municipal affairs.  He said Ihere was no way a  unified governmenl would work  on the Coast, at least not fairly.  "We're not going lo have  stronger representation under  one government. Not at all ...  One of the things we have to  find oul before we go any further is what representation is  there going to be."  "That's what the committee  is all aboul," responded  MacLarty. "We owe il to everyone lo look into this."  The terms of reference  include a mission statement and  the principles of the process to  be followed.  The mission statement recognizes that the Indian band will  remain a separate government  entity and the SCRD will continue to exist lo fill Ihe requirements of the Municipal Act and  provide representation for all  areas not interested in joining  under the single government.  The principles call for consensus decision making, public  involvement and input, the  streamlining of governmenl and  services, and terms for opting  out of any agreement, among  other things.  The process, according to  many elected officials, could  take from five to 10 years.  Equipment stolen, returned after library break-in  DL  V\ ^Coari c/rcaatmu of -Danes.  <J\otfi r^ccuwrm ofJbanainq dv\$Lhoa  Nicola Ruimy ~ Director  CURaRICULUM  ��� Classical Ballet  ��� Mime & Drama  ��� Performance Class  ��� Jazz  ��� -Stuatnti aaathtta from. 3 utaxi to adult  ��� ���OExioui aanevti. tntix fox  <J\.c/f.As>. Examination!  ��� ���otu.as.nt xtcmtlij accthttd to tne  d\oual <l/vinnUiza jDaLLd -Oummex -OckooL  winters Spring Term Registration accepted on  Sunday, December 6, }-.m - (Voopm  Christmas Gift Certificates Available  20% discount on full fees, 15% discount on Winter Term.  Advance registration only.  ��� isluaLifud, zxhtxitnctza,  inttxnationaLLu txaima ttaantxi.  ��� uCimittd dan ntxmbtxi. fox  hexionaLizta initxuation  ��� cznjouabU olauei ivitn  bxofe.iiional itanaaxai  * \Pltatant,fuilij taui^ta danat ituaio  with mixxoxi ana baxxei.  HIE COAST ACADEMY OF DANC  5645 Wharf Ave   2nd floor  by Darah Hansen  The rivalry between the Montreal Canadi-  ens and Toronto Maple Leafs rose to number  one on the literary list of best things to steal  after thieves broke into the Sechelt Public  Library last Sunday night.  And after checking out the book on hockey, they made off with the computers, printer, photocopier, typewriters, wall-clock and  two office chairs - basically everything that  was electronic, said librarian Rose Toenders.  Sechelt RCMP said the thieves are  believed to have entered through the east-  side window sometime during the night,  'They have all expressed  great disbelief that someone  would want to rob a library'  -Rose Toenders, librarian  leaving by the back door.  But the crime didn't pay.  Thanks to a tip from the communily,  police arrested three suspects in a Sechelt  home the following day and were able to  return most of the goods to the library intact.  Toenders said she was ecstatic to get  most things back, all in good shape except  one computer, which was damaged during  Ihe theft.  Still missing are the two office chairs and  the clock, bul the communily has risen to the  aid of the library, donating what it can to  help, Toenders said.  People are shocked, she said. "They have  all expressed great disbelief lhat someone  would want to rob a library."  Formal charges against the three suspects  have not yet been laid, pending an investigation.  Festival of the Written Arts  BOOK & POINSETTIA  SALE  Sat. Dec. 5 ��� 10am ��� 4pm  Dec. 7 ��� 12 ��� 10am ��� 4pm  FEATURING:  1 Birpins in New fit Used Books  ' The tyiest & mtw beautiful          poinaettas available  Bil   Betide Kafe KlMfo on Cowrie St., Sechelt  Red ribbon to raise awareness  from page I  About potential IV drug use, especially among low income  groups, Martiquet says, "just our proximity lo Vancouver would lead  me to believe it's a problem."  He adds preventing the spread of AIDS means a co-ordinated  effort from the communily, so information gets out to everyone from  high school students to mill workers.  World AIDS Day on Tuesday is also marked by the "red ribbon  project": wearing a ribbon is meant to show support for the fight  against AIDS.  cKy silk plants  A FUND RAISER FOR:  The Canadian  National  Institute  For The Blind  ONE DAY  SALE  GIGANTIC SELECTION  ��� Trees: Fig, Palm, Cactus, Blossom, Magnolia, etc.  ��� Lush Hanging Baskets: Ivy, Floral, Spider, Fuschia, Fem  ��� Ledge Planters: Long Brass Bookshelf and Ledge Planters & Ivy  ��� Table Top: Beautiful Centrepieces In Floral Mix or Green  HUNDREDS OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS  where:     GIBSONS LEGION HALL  when:       WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2  10 am-S om  NOW OPEN!  Brenda's  Cuts'n'Curls  Everyday Low Places  Few Smews  * Perms $45  includes cut, roller set  or curling Iron  * Shampoo & Set  $12  it Cuts $10  WOMAN OR MAN  FACTORY-DIRECT SAVINGS  by f'rrpetual Pl.inl l>n  TRUCKLOAD     |00/    Ar*f\r  sale      |886-4805 Coast News, November 30,  1992  news  t support' for Coast kids  for the older group, Findlay  ��� lo be billn* said.  in the silent The grade 7 students musl  anizers just decide next year if they wanl lo  out and sup- continue in bilingual schooling  re. al Chatelech or attend school in  organized by Oibsons.  id sludenis of Il's a big decision, she said,  nd 7 French If Ihey choose noi to go on,  Gibsons Ble* Statistics show lhal Ihey will  o raise funds lose their bilingual ability in lhe  j Quebec. nexl few years,  have   been And if that's lhe case, she  since grade said, then al least lhe Irip wdl be  alary Findlay, a celebration of the firsl seven  s to connect years in immersion,  ipeakers." The week-long Irip is sched-  >r students lo uled for late spring nexl year.  :lion all the The 25 students will be billeted  ive learned in wilh local sludenis in a town in  y. a Montreal suburb. Some class  iporlanl time lime is expected but the high  light is a trip lo Quebec City,  wilh another lo Ottawa.  The auction is scheduled for  December 12, 10 am lo 4 pm, at  Ihe (iibsons p.lemcnlary gym  and promises a good lime for all  Ihose involved, said Findlay.  "Many, many people have  contributed ilems," said Findlay. "It's a chance lo gel all your  Christmas shopping done."  Among Ihe ilems up for bid,  Findlay listed a day trip to the  Clowhom Falls, a weekend in  Whistler and dinner at one of  the local restaurants.  "There has been phenomenal  support from Ihe business communily," she said. "Clearly  many people jusl point-blank  support anything lhat is good  for kids."  ms night shoots wind up  5 am as director of phologra-  tui, Utters the 'P' word, 'Print',  ir Sandra Mayo, blesses Ihe  he words, "You're wrapped."  ozen feet stumble back lo Ken's  ich has become an oasis in a  le down by 4 pm lo 5 am work  il 75 extras crowded into Ihe  5 final Iwo weeks of on-localion  lave brought TVs, VCRs, lawn  nrlment of temporary sleeping  im camping gear lo sofa cushats more like a temporary evacu-  an extras holding lank. People  ly phone like prisoners. Others  amaraderie among Ihis crew is  being shipwrecked," says one  ministry of health worker who declines to be identified.  Many familiar background faces from Ihe  Beachcombers are here. The reasons for applying  for exlras work are as varied as Ihe crew members  themselves. Said Connie Muir, an accountant: "I  came down wilh my daughter. They were taking  Iwo at a lime for photos and I thought well, why  not."  Among Ihe other denizens of this temporary  Oilligan's Island are a former editor, six writers, a  retired nurse, construction workers, teachers, pollers and musicians.  Some nights our sleep deprived senses have  been treated to the strains of Celtic favourites emanating from Tom Richardson's hammer dulcimer.  Meanwhile, the weather outside has done  everything bul snow, and Ihe hours of standing in  sub-freezing temperatures have been arduous, but  if you asked anyone if they'd do it again; without a  doubl Ihey would be back.  ealth society plan shelved - for now  irds between  New Demo-  ly has settled  m came after  Jim Petzold  icertain terms  is will not opl  :ial medicare  Ihe comment  evised debate  ing the future  12.  nl holds true,  ;s Ihe impera-  ���/s lo Ihe doc-  aid he's been  ing all along.  Bul in Powell River supporters are forging ahead wilh plans  lo put a heallh society into  action as local doctors have  given no such promise against  opting out.  Already the constitution and  bylaws have been drawn up out  lining how Ihe society will  work. Skelly expects them to be  ratified at the next meeting.  And with the constitution in  place, it will be a simple task to  implement it elsewhere in the  riding - should the need arise,  Skelly said.  sh  ved  fee  office  business  886*7686  ey's  ee  ice  *st,iur,?,nt  Equipment  ANNOUNCEMENT  GARY WHITE has joined the staff at  PEBBLES REALTY LTD.  Gary is a long-time resident of the Coast and has  been an active member of our community during  these years. His background in boating is well  knovvn. As an active salesperson for over 24 years,  Gary is ready to apply this experience to your real  estate needs.  Call Gary at 1-351-4390 or 886-8107 for  personalized and friendly support.  vMt  es  REALTY LTD.  THE HOME SELLERS  Locally owned, Independent  Real estate office.  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The  picture thai emerges is not encouraging.  Community participation in forest decision making is  an excellenl idea, an approach lhat. in principle, recognizes trees as a public resource rather than a commodity  io be exploited exclusively for profit by government-  licensed companies.  Hope in the potential of such a process, however, has  been sadly deflated over the past two years as the Tetrahedron LRUP has laboured on. unable lo arrive at final  recommendations, Industry participants can more easily  shrug off lack of progress, but the enthusiasm of volun-  leer community representatives, devoting Iheir spare-time  energies to the LRUP cause, has naturally waned.  Nor is the protracted nature of the lalks the only undermining influence. The need for unanimity if recommendations on Tetrahedron land use are to have meaning has  ultimately brought a measure of cynicism to the table as  participants find they are no nearer consensus than they  were at the outset of discussions more than two-years  ago.  The justifiable concern lingers that notwithstanding the  LRUP, forest plans which were being formulated before  the process began will simply be dusted off once the  LRUP has filed a final report.  It is equally discouraging to see the Elphinstone LRUP,  revived earlier this year, looking more like a bone to placate the communily than an earnest attempt at consultation. Without so much .is a passing nod to the LRUP, a  research project was approved by the ministry earlier this  year for the contentious Mount Elphinstone region, an  area that has been the focus of an intense community  lobby from residents advocating selective logging methods. Naturally, frustrations mount quickly when the  LRUP appears little more than a public relations exercise,  and a poor one at that.  The failure of LRUP discussions would have a deeply  damajging effecton efforts to establish a Forest Resource  Council on the Coast, a proposed advisory body for forest  issues.  Preliminary meetings toward a local forest council earlier this year revealed a surprising level of enthusiasm  and optimism among the working group. But the whole  idea is still very much at the experimental stage and there  is no indication at all of how much clout such a council  would have if established.  Those participating in the forest resource talks have  wisely addressed themselves to that question early on,  seeing little point in continuing wilh discussions if the  ministry is going to retain and exercise the right to overrule recommendations.  There is a real need for broader-based decision making  in the woods. That much is acknowledged.  The LRUPs have put a foot in the door, but it is up to  the ministry lo open up and demonstrate it is serious  about making changes in the way forest decisions are  made.  letters  Maintain neutral  LRUP stewardship  An open letter to  Cs. Hemphill, manager  Sunsliine Coast forest district  Thank you for your prompt  response lo our letter lo the  Minister of Forests of Oct. 28,  regarding vaiue neutrality during the Tetrahedron I.RUP process. In that letter we referred to  Mtil- officials (plural) and the  ministry's role of chairmanship.  We have no objection lo Mr.  H. Miller continuing to represent the MoF. We hope lhal his  co-workers and superiors can  appreciate lhe necessity of value  neutral stewardship both in  meetings and before the public.  The attendance of Mr. Ferd  llamre, operations manager, al  the Nov. 5 I.RUP meeting was  appreciated. His commitment tn  provide Ihe previously withheld  information will help the process reach a conclusion. We  would prefer not to seek access  lo lhc.se various documents  through other agencies.  In closing we would like to  point out that representatives of  industrial interests have been  conspicuously absent from the  functions of lhe LRUP. Neither  have they made any noticeable  contribution of documentation  or critique. Rather than pressing  for compromise, perhaps il  would be appropriate for the  MoF to encourage these members to participate more fully.  DAN BOUMAN  Tetrahedron Alliance  Halt Chaudiere  sinking  It is with great concern for  our environment lhal I write lo  you requesting that the imminent sinking of ihe Chaudiere be  halted.  I have reason to believe that  the information we have been  getting in support of the projecl  is suspect and likely inaccurate.  It has also been suggested lhat  claims from ihe opposing  groups are unfounded. This  atmosphere of controversy  makes it impossible for one lo  make an intelligent decision for  or against.  It is apparent lhat Ihe Artifi  cial Reef Society has influenced  business people wilh promises  of greal economical gains. However, at whal social cost and can  we, as responsible citizens,  afford the expense?  Clearly Ihose of us who are  concerned bolh for lhe heallh of  the environment and lhe finan  cial well being of lhe community need access to unbiased facts.  I'm suggesting that an independent sludy, wiih all concerns  addressed, be carried oul before  a grave mistake is made. Consider too, that if this is perceived  as too expensive an undertaking,  then we really have no business  sinking the ship unlil the  research is complete.  ALICE AI.BRKCHT  Sechelt  Ban Burnside  before it's too late  I see John Burnsidc's 'Musings' in ihe Nov. 23 issue slams  lhe Tory government for iheir  indiscretions. By his writing he  seems lo believe lhat MPs run  lhe government. Not so. The  governmenl is run from the  prime minister's office of  approximately 60 advisors and  ihe MPs simply vole Yes.  Any quoit* from Ray Skelly  should be distrusted as he is  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  Sechett, B.C.  VON 3A0  only there to collect his salary  and the massive perks he gets,  liach MP costs, on Ihe average,  $700,000 per year.  Shortly before the referendum vote 'Musings' by Burnside was supporting the Yes  vote very firmly and had comments from a friend that supported him. A Yes vote would  have ended Canada.  A chameleon like Burnside  should be banned by the Coast  News while you still have readers.  DON BROWN  Sechelt  Ferry staff  commended  I too am a 'newcomer' having moved lo Ihe Coast three  years ago. While I am retired  and do not commute we use Ihe  ferry frequently. I have been  more fortunate than I.. Fox (letter Coasl News Nov. 19).  We have always found staff  courteous and willing io serve -  especially road and deck crews  in extremes of weather conditions. I have seen some pretty  rude and obnoxious ferry passengers, especially Ihose trying  lo jump the queue.  The system needs to be  addressed before attacking the  nearest employee. The recent  strike is Ihe firsl for a very long  time and I would like to commend ihe ferries staff. Remember that ferries staff are your  neighbours.  ROSEMARY WHITTEY  Sechell  A quaint but insignificant footnote to our history}  The indefatigable pollsters are at il again. How  did we ever manage lo live before there were pollsters lo lell us what il is we are thinking?  Among other Ihings they are telling us that the  federal NDP enjoys the support of jusl 14 per cenl  of the Canadian eleclorale.  Think aboul lhat. Seventy years after the Regina  Manifesto drew up Ihe constitution of Ihe NDP's  ���rave and idealistic predecessor, the CCF, Ihe  social democrats in Canada today enjoy less support than Ihe mosi unpopular governmenl in this  century.  A generalion after Ihe followers of J.S.  Woodsworth, Stanley Knowles, Tommy Douglas,  et al, decided thai jusl being lhe conscience of the  nation was not enough and reorganized as the New  Democratic Party under the triumphant premier of  Saskatchewan lo make a serious run al power, (he  party can count on the vole of one Canadian in  seven.  Two full generations of Canadians have  declined to follow the leadership of the gurus of  social democracy. This is not to say thai the history  of the movement is shrouded in futility. If this is a  kindlier, gentler nation than our neighbour to the  south, and there is little doubt that it is, the names  of Woodsworth, and Knowles and Tommy Douglas must be mentioned.  indeed it could be argued that the first half of  the movement's history was very effective. As the  musings  John burnside  conscience of the nation, the early leaders were  almosl universally respected and many of their  humanitarian initiatives are at present the law of  the land.  Where futility must be acknowledged, however,  is over the lasl 30 years.  In the early 1960s the movement renamed itself  the New Democratic Party and, behind the proven  leadership of Tommy Douglas of Saskatchewan,  bent its serious efforts to achieve political power in  the land.  Despite son.e splendid spokesmen and a loyal  band of supporters who have worked tirelessly in  the face of m iny disappointments, precisely no  progress has be, i made in the journey towards  federal power, ���"le NDP is less popular today than  it was 30 years ago when Tommy Douglas was  persuaded   to   leave   the   premiership   of  Saskatchewan to lead the new party in Ottawa.  It is time for the followers of the social democracy movement to ask themselves a serious question. What has gone wrong with democratic socialism in Canada?  Is there a future for il, or will a diminishing  band of aging loyalists march into extinction with  the searching questions unasked?  If ever there was a time in Canada when an  alternative lo politics as we have known them was  needed it is is surely now. The Conservatives arc-  discredited, the Liberals are adrift, and now should  be the time for the traditional third party to step  forward.  Bul il is not going to happen. The NDP after  thirty earnest years is a splinter parly amongst a  growing body of splinter groups in this increasingly fractured country.  The die-hards in the NDP will answer swiftly  and by rote. The hostility of the establishment  press is lo blame, they will assure us. It is not persuasive.  Nor is il Ihe fault of the current leadership.  Audrey McLaughlin is a brave and articulate  spokesman, more attractive and credible than  either Mulroney or Chretien, and away more so  than Preston Manning.  Sure, the elected provincial governments in  Saskatchewan and B.C. and Ontario are not setdng  Ihe world on fire, indeed in Ontario the unfortunate  Mr. Rae seems lo have surrounded himself with a  higher lhan normal proportion of buffoons, which  has noi helped lhe federal cause.  But there have been no shortage in Canada,  coast io coasl, of provincial governments who have  stumbled sadly in office. The NDP has no patent  on stupidity and apparent ineffectually in provincial governmenl.  No, ihere has to he something else, something  fundamental which keeps the party safely away  from die reins of governmenl and the NDP is going  to have to ask itself the challenging questions  immediately if it wants to be a viable contender in  the politics of Canada.  My suggestion is that the formal lies with the  trade union movement must be dropped if the NDP  is to have a chance lo be taken seriously. Its claim  lo being a parly unlike other parties can have no  credibility as long as part of its national executive  is automatically chosen from one of society's pressure groups.  The role of the trade union movement in society  is honourable and has been historically necessary,  bul neither the trade unions nor the corporations  should be able to buy their way lo ihe control of  lhe government of all the people.  Until Canada's third parly is credibly a voice  for all Canadians it will continue to languish as an  electoral force, a quaint but insignificant footnote  in Canadian history.  COAST^NEWS  Subscription Rates:  Canute: 1 year ��� $35 . $2.45 CST - ,37.45  6 months ��� $20 �� $1 40CST-$21.40  foreign: 1 year ��� $40 [No CST)  Keg. No, 4*02  The Sunshine Coast News is Iik ally owned  and published on Ihe Sunshine Coast, B.C.  every Monday by Glesslord frees ltd.  Gibsons Office  Box 460, Cibsons, BC, VON IVO  (f,04| 88tV2tj22, fax [604) 086-7725  StOttn Orficsf  Bos 61 Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  |604| 885-3930, Editorial (604) 885-39B0,  Fax (604| 8853954  Manager'  Pal Trtpp  Editor'             Charles Hart  Advertising  Representatives  Jean Broccoli. Denise Sherman  ��� Bill Hocjers, Simone C arty tie-Smith  Reporters ���      Stuart Burnside  Jane Seyd, Darah Hansen  Otlice Manager ���  tone Thornton  Photographer * Joel Johnstone  OfHoa Staff  Gibaona*  Sachet!*  Sue Connor  Ruth Fon-Mtor, Janice Edmonds  Production ���     Cathy Mack, F ran Burnside,  Beverty Shipley,  Andy Jukes, Ann-* MecTwsh  j   Your community! AWAMD-WINNtNG newspaper  |  The Sunshine Cridsl Nfws K prntvr led dv i opyright  and reprodu. lion ot any |tart nl it liy any means is  prohibited unless permission in witing K first secured  from GlasstorH Press Ltd., holdei of the copyright opinion  Coast News, November 30,  1992  Furrowing the brow on ninety-two  A bunch of boys were sitting  aboul idly discussing Ihe slate  of Ihe world. Well, said Fred, if  I was (iod. looking down you  know or looking al my screens  or whatever I'm doing, I think  I'd give il lo the Japanese.  What? said Flip, Ihe whole  thing?  Someone's going lo have il,  said Fred We can't be warring  aboul all the I'nie and il's gelling loo small. You can't really  see some kind of parliament of  nations working for any length  of lime.  Bul (iod, said Sieve, even so.  Why Ihe hell llie Japanese?  Ihey have a gixxl feeling for  nature, said Fred. I saw a program the oilier nighl on (hose  little Japanese gardens. These  guys almosl worship nature.  StlQOze poured himself  another beer. They're not very  kind, he said, to ihose hairy fellows in iheir northern island.  Ainue do they call lliem?  Ainues, said Sieve. Ainues is  maybe jusl some personal thing.  But what about those miles and  miles of nets they've got floating about all over the ocean?  Hundreds of miles, said  Snooze.  Killing everything, said Flip,  whether they want it or not.  Year, said Steve. Nature  lovers eh? Then they go home  and look at their little gardens.  Oh well, said Fred, if I were  Ciod, of course, it wouldn't have  lo happen right away. "A thousand ages in Thy sighl are bul  an evening gone."  II brought on a bit of a pause.  So what about those Canucks  eh? said Snooze.  We're not going to gel any  thousand ages, said Flip. And il  looks like Ihe devil will do il  instead of God.  Yeah, said Snooze. Could be,  could be.  You have some special information? said Fred.  I heard this porgram on early  morning radio. Said Flip. Fellow was an economist but the  rest were all paying him attention, lie says that the Japs have  pretty well got it already and  what's making it easy for them  is a bunch of 'hot' money floating around.  Balls, said Steve. Economists, They can whip up a  story to cover anything. This  guy though, said Flip, he came  up with a figure I've never  heard before and nobody else on  this panel had anything to say.  He said that if you added it all  up, there was just one hundred  trillion dollars worth of equity  in the entire world.  There you go, said Steve.  "Equity". Equity can be almost  anything.  Trillion? said Snooze.  Well equity, he means anything that is owned and can be  In a nutshell  bought and sold and given a  dollar or whatever value. Bonds  and slocks on one hand and real  estate on another. Whal he says  is oul of the whole 100 trillion  lhe US has four trillion in bonds  and stocks and five trillion in  real estate and the Japanese  have 20 trillion in real estate  alone.  Snooze leaned to Fred, give  me some idea of a trillion, he  said. A trillion is 1,000 billion,  said Fred. A billion is 1,000  million. Got it?  Snooze said nothing and  reached for his beer.  Year, said Steve, but who  says their real estate is worth  this kind of dough? They do,  right?  Well, said Fred, you could go  there and try to buy some, and  as we all know very well they  come here and buy a whole  bunch of ours and it's sure costing them a lot less.  Hell, said Steve, then we just  up our prices.  Then they wouldn't buy it.  stuart nutter  Do we wanl (hem lo buy il?  said Snooze.  Bui, said Fred, whal did you  say aboul the devil? Where does  the devil come in?  Ah, said Flip. Well. Well, of  course, all Ihis buying and selling is going on in various currencies and so lhe currencies  themselves go up and down on  Iheir own market, ll used lo be  thai various adjustments could  be made, but now wilh electronics a group with a lot of dough  can buy in, have il go up and  sell al a profit in 10 minutes.  And what aboul the devil?  said Snooze.  The dough that's backing all  this stuff is said to be 'hot  money.'  You mean, said Steve, the  mafia could take over the  world?  It does give us something to  think about, said Rip.  And what about women's  rights? said Agnes, appearing at  the table. Just drop the beer,  said Fred.  letters  Unions too  powerful  Regarding die Nov. 19 editorial: Please don'l lell mc it's just  dawned on you lhal unions in  British Columbia have too much  power.  1 believe unions did whal had  lo be done in the first half of our  century. Now, though, Ihey are  far loo political and powerful.  . : "DARCEEBALDWIN  ���',���( ',,,,,1 [Madeira Park  ;���.*���   rAl.l-i  Sechelt library  needs help  All concerned citizens know  lhat the Sechelt Public Library  needs help. For years this  important public facility has  struggled along in small quarters, with minimal financial support and has been kepi afloat by  a host of public-spirited volunteers.  Your readers will be happy lo  hear thai an organization now  exists by means of which anyone and everyone may contribute to lhe library's welfare.  The organization, Friends of the  Sechelt Public Library is dedicated lo the task of ensuring the  welfare of the library by undertaking various projects which  the library board may deem  desirable.  For example, we have agreed  to operate the library's annual  book sale on Jan. 23 in the mall,  and we have donated a carved  name sign made by one of our  members to hang over the front  entrance to Ihe library. We hope  lo carry oul various public relations campaigns on lhe library's  behalf, and lo assist in every  possible way in the process of  obtaining adequate accommodation for our books, machines,  staff and volunteer workers.  We also hope thai many of  our members will join Ihe many  volunteers already engaged in  (he day-to-day work of the  library.  We invite your readers to  join with their neighbours in this  endeavour. The library's ability  to attract public funds depends  in large part on evidence of significant public support. Therefore,, die larger our organization  of friends becomes, the better.  Membership costs the princely sum of $.1 a year (less than a  penny a day). Membership  forms arc available at the  library, and may be completed  and left there with the membership fee. Friends meet on the  fourth Wednesday of every  month except December, July  and August. All members are  invited to attend the meetings.  J. deBRUYN, president  Sandy Hook  Return jewels, no  questions asked  Recently a friend of mine  was admitted to a Sechelt hospital with a terminal illness. The  night before her death, someone  entered her hospital room and  removed from her neck, her two  favourite pieces of jewelry,  which she never took off.  Besides their monetary value,  these two necklaces were family  heirlooms, meant to be passed  on from grandmother to grandson. As a friend, I can only say  that I am truly appalled by this  occurrence. Hopefully if there is  any decency lefl, the person or  persons responsible for this loss  will do the right thing and return  (he jewelry. A reward is offered,  no questions asked. Please contact Donna Johnson at 885-  2479, RR1 Legion Site, C-30,  Sechell.  DONNAJOHNSON  Sechell  Righting grandparent wrongs  I would like lo express my  sincere thanks to everyone who  signed the petition supporting  the Canadian Grandparents  Rights Association. Your support is most encouraging.  The purpose of the association is to promote support and  assist grandparents and their  families in maintaining or reestablishing family ties, and  family stability when the family  has been disrupted, especially  those ties between grandparents  and grandchildren.  J. HILTON  Sechelt  Raffle proceeds  accounted  The Sunshine Coast While  Cane Club - Canadian Council  of the Blind (CCB) wishes to  thank those in Sechelt and Gibsons who generously purchased  tickets in our recent raffles.  Proceeds from the raffles will  go, in part, to Judith Arnold, a  young visually impaired girl  who is travelling on horseback  across Canada to increase public  awareness of the issues involved  with blindness and visual  impairment. Judith's ride has  taken eight months and will  have covered over 5,000 miles.  The remaining raffle funds will  stay in our community to help  support our own projects.  The White Cane Club's sincere thanks also goes to Pete  Osloforoff for making,the beautiful cedar planter and to the  Lions Club of Gibsons for  donating the pickup load of firewood.  The winner of the planter  (filled wilh groceries) was Doug  Third of Sechelt, and the firewood was won by Dr. Hugh  Inglis of Gibsons.  VERA HARVEY, president  Canadian Council of the Blind  Prize bazaar  We wish to thank all those  who helped make our Holy  Family C.W.L. bazaar such a  huge success.  The Raffle winners were: Isl  prize - R.P. Kent, Burnaby,  $100 Gift Certificate (Shop  Easy); 2nd prize - Tiny Osask,  Greenecourt, BBQ; 3rd prize -  Norma Clark, Sechelt, Doll  Wardrobe; 4th prize - Veronica  McEvoy, Sechelt, Clown.  ANITA DUGGAN  C.W.L., Sechelt  Wilson Creek Gallery  and Framing  Quality Custom Framing  Conservation Framing  rieedlework Stretching  Dry Mounting  Decorative Mat Designs  by Robyn Netzlaw  We also have a large selection of fine M Originals  and Poster Reproductions.  Only 12 Custom FtamirigDays Left Until  Christmas.  We Take Your Framing Seriously  December Hours;  Non - Sat.: 9:30 - 5:00   Fri.: 9:30 ���  Sunday: 11:00 - 4:00  7:00  4336 Hwy. 101  Wilson Creek Plaza. Sechelt  885-0877  Elphinstone  Secondary  NEWS-  Olympic Wrestler to Address Grade 8's  On Dec. 2 at 9:10 am, Olympic wrestler Chris Wilson will  be addressing the Grade 8 students on the importance of  doing well and staying in school. Any members of the  community are welcome to attend.  Still want a parent-teacher interview?  Although the regular parent-teacher interview week is  finished, parents may ask for interviews for any school  day after school. Just call the school secretary at 886-  2204.  Good Grades Will Be Very Important:  The Dean of Academic Studies from Capilano College in  North Vancouver recently addressed our Grade 1 Vs &  12's, telling them they will be facing a job situation unlike  anything in the past. He suggested they prepare for more  than one career and get post-secondary training in unusual  combinations, for example, vocational training and a B.A.  degree, or law and science. He stressed, however, that in  order to get into the needed post-secondary training it will  be necessary to have good grades.  CPU Teen Dance - Dec. 4  The local CPU is holding a teen dance at Elphinstone  Secondary School this Friday. 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Ever since Canadians were  part of a team of UN evaluators  in Korea in 1947, over 80,000  of our armed forces personnel  have served in ever increasing  hazardous and complex missions. Cyprus, Cambodia, the  Sinai, Iraq-Kuwait, Angola,  Somalia are some that we take  scant notice of.  A mother, one of those who  waits, anxious, al home said of  lhe blue beret Canadians, "They  need to know somebody back  home is thinking about them.  It's a lonely life." A time of  anguish at home for family, too,  as a Sunshine Coast mother has  told us.  To lighten the often' tense  grind of peacekeeping clutit-s,  the Department of Defence  through its Directorate of  Recreational Activities  arranges, among other things,  gifts of books for the blue beret  personnel.  Doug Dickson (colonel Air-  force, retired), of Shoal Lookout has told us that he is  delighted to have been asked by  the directorate to contribute his  recent novel Broken Wing. He  has responded by providing a  copy for each blue beret peacekeeper overseas, a Christmas  gift.  "There are 1676 of them at  the present time, most on  Cyprus and in Bosnia," said  Doug. "The copies of Broken  Wing lhat I sent to those Canadians in the Gulf War were well  received by them and that has  given rise to this present  request.  "The books were picked up  by Purolator van last Tuesday  to go direct to Ottawa. The 20  extia books in the shipment can  go to personnel in the Arctic  outposts such as Thule in  Greenland."  An illuminated address from  the defence department  acknowledging Doug Dickson's generous gift is on its  way from Ottawa.  Langdale  Christopher Legg, (primary  pupil) won a prize in a recent  Vancouver Sun contest for his  story about a toothless  crocodile who went on a long  journey to find some sharp  ones.  Eventually the story tells us,  the croc found the tooth fairy  and it said he could have them  if he promised not to eat any  people with them.  When he did promise, out  came lovely sharp teeth - pop O  pop. Christopher's prize was  The Amazing Paper Book.  And, his mother says, there's a  Christmas card drawing contest  on. See the Savvy Section of  the Sun newspaper. Good reading, Christopher.  HELPING THE WORLD  WRITE NOW  Self-sufficiency through literacy  in the developing world  rormtormelion celtl-800-661-CODE-   "-* Coast News, November 30,  1992  We-  ��� Wilson Creek ^       / /S  Gallery & Framing M \sW  'mmWm       Xm.   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Our happiness has  been serving you.  - lit MewtamU *{ K>iti��a <?te��f 7>Uy*  m  THE WILSON CREEK PLAZA  Christmas Calendar  FRIDAY, DEC. 4th  "livening Madness!"  6 pm - 9 pm ONLY  ��� Christmas Carollers  ��� Hot Chocolate & Hot Dogs available  JS^  1  w~  SATURDAYS, DEC. 5,12 & 19  Santa Clans  will be at the Plaza  11 am -3 pm  on each of these Saturdays  PARENTS: BRING YOUR OWN CAMERA  Kids'Christmas Carnival  plus a  CRAFT FAIR  FREE Face Painting  ��� Christmas Carollers  ��� Hot Chocolate & I lot Dogs available  Enter the Wilson Creek Plaza  FREE Christmas Hamper Draw $200 Value  Drop off your coupon at any one of these participating Wilson Creek merchants.  Draw to be held Saturday, Dec. 19 at 5 pm at Wilson Creek Family Restaurant  Wilson Creek  Family Restaurant  Wilson Creek  Gallery  lERm  Name   f Address,  Yw   Phone #.,  Name   Address....  Phone #....  Name   Address,  Phone #.  ^*jj>v**r  L KajUaaaTSegeS.���t^uf.____,_%���aTHgT..  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Two or more Senior Citi/ens sharing a home; they could be related  or they could be acquainted; there could be more than Iwo or Ihree,  Most important ot all, the government is going to recognize the reality  ot a Senior or Seniors bringing in a third party in exchange tor rent or  housekeeping.  This program encourages two or more Seniors who don't even Know  each other to buy a home by providing mortgage funds. This enables  them to pool their assets and purchase a home or hold onto a home  which one of them might have to sell.  Ot all the new Mortgage ground rules, this is the one we could use in  Canada today.  YOU WILL BE | SOLD | ON MY SERVICE  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS REALTY LTD. 886-2277  by jran Robinson, 885-2954  Win Robson will be sadly missed.  Born Winnifred Jean Weir, in Pine Tree, Pictou County. NS, 1925,  one ail four sisters and two brotheni.  Win was raised on a fann. Her father owned and operated a flour  mill and Ihe children learned early to work, cooperate and cope with  emergencies the mill was twice swept away by floods.  As a leen, Win was one of two girls hired during the war at Nova  Scotia telephone and Telegraph.  Win was able to take care of her molher in her last days while still  only a muse in (raining al Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow, NS. She  graduated iii 1947 as an RN.  Win worked in public heallh for six months before training as an  X-ray technician, Anally leaving Aberdeen Hospital in 1951 for Powell River, She worked Ihere in maternity for a summer, then moved to  Shaughnessy Hospital research departmenl.  Win married Bob Robson in 1952 and remained at Shaughnessy  unlil son Robed was born in 1960. Daughter Anne was born in 1961.  In 1968 Win started work at Pearson Hospital until she retired in  19,85. She was supervisor of central supply and infection control  department al lhat lime.  In 1986 she and Bob moved permanently to Stalashen Drive, Mission Point. There, she cultivated lasting friendships. Win always was  a 'doer' and could get immediately to Ihe heart of a problem. She and  t-.stlia.-i Berry wenl faithfully to Totem Lodge to do Ihe ladies' hair  each week.  Win and Bob celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary this past  summer. She died quietly, in her sleep near the end of October.  Association Meeting  Come lo the December 8 meeting of the community association,  then slay for coffee, tea and goodies. Reg and Lynn Dickson are  going to sing for us as well as lead us in a singsong of carols. Don't  forget to bring something for the Lives Club.  nbmtts creak  Happy birthday lo llellen McConnachie, another good neighbour.  The Sunshine Coasl Choristers are performing in a family-oriented  concert called The Night Before Christmas, Dec. 5 al lhe Raven's Ciy  Theatre. The firsl half is devoted to an olde tyme celebration in which  the Coast Academy of Dance will assist and Ihe music will be old  Victoria, some of il never heard here. There are two performances,  one at 2 pm, the other at 8 pm.  by Beverley Shipley  A small turnout of Creekers  at Nov. 25's RCCA meeiing  heard several reports on local  issues. A bombshell was  dropped by regional director  Brett McGillivray regarding the  propane lanks at the mouth of  Roberls Creek. These tanks  were definitely, finally supposed  to be removed to Hillside as of  Sept. '93, but ICG has snuck in  another temporary two year  renewal lease with IheMinistry  of the Environment. McGillivray, being totally disgusted  Notice Board  ��� Ongoing events must he updated monthly  ��� Wc reserve the right to edit submissions fur brevity  ��� All submissions should refer lo non-profit events of genuine communily interest  ��� Ilems will be listed ihree weeks prior to lhe event.  '*gSmm~r  The Sunshine  Coast News   MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30  ���Alter TV Programming Action Commute*  (BTVPAC) meeting lo draft letter of intent. 7:30  pm, Living Faith Lutheran Church. Whitaker Rd.  and Coast Highway, Davis Bay. All comment and  contribution welcome.  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1  Art Rental and Salei, 2 - 6 pm at SC Arts  Centre, Trail & Medusa, Sechell. Drop by to view  new works by participating artists and six new  artists. Gift certificates available. Coffee served.  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2  Craft end Bake Sale by Holy Family Parish  C.W.L., 10 am - 2 pm at Trail Bay Mall.  Lupus Support Group Coffee Senlon - for  time and location call Myma, 886-0262 or  Sharon, 886-3023.  Langdale Elementary Speaker'i Night, 7 - 8  pm. Speaker: Christine Puder, director of Dep't of  Child Life at Children's Hospital. Topic: "Name  Calling and Bullying" and "Strategies for Helping  Children." For Into, call Margaret al 886-2961.  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3  SC Maritime Hlitory Society meeting. 7:30 pm  at 287 Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons. Info: 886-9058.  After School Kids' Christmas Party Swim, free  Irom 3:30 - 5:30 pm at PH Aquatic Centre.  RNABC Dinner Mealing. 6:30 pm at Illusions  Restaurant, Sechelt. Guest: Gordon Wilson, MLA.  To reserve call Donna Jepson, 886-8995  Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary Craftsfalr. starting  9:30 am at the Trail Bay Mall.  Learning Disabilities Association meeting 7 to  9 pm at the library of Davis Bay Elementary  School. Speaker: Ron Breadner. former Districl  and School Counsellor. Topic: emotional and  behaviouiiai problems associated wilh Learning  Disabilities. Everyone welcome. For info:  Deborah Mcllrath 885-2391.  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4  Qlbsons Scouts Annual Christmas Tree Sale.  5-9 pm, Sat. 4 Sun. 10 am - 6 pm al 2 locations:  Sunnycrest Mall near SuperValu and Gibsons  Park Plaza at IGA. To pre-order or special order  large or live trees call 885-6*72 or 886-8081.  Sechelt Beavers and Cubs Christmas Trse  Sale, 3-7 pm, Sat. 10 am - 5 pm at Trail Bay Mall.  Also Dec. 11 a 12, 18 1 19. Locally grown, while  quantities last.  Roekwood Centre's "Light the Lights"  Celebration, 7 pm. Hoi chocolate and musical  entertainment.  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5  Great Elves Club Telethon on Coast Cable 11.  "Christmas Trimmings" Open House end Sale  by Halfmoon Bay Daycare. 10 am - 1 pm at  Haltmoon Bay Elementary. Info: 885-3739.  UFAWU Annual Herring Sale at Gibsons Wharf.  Proceeds to the Elves Club.  Arte Council Christmas Craft Fair at the  Sechelt Indian Band Hall, beginning at 10 am.  CPR Level "C", 9 - 5 af PH Aquatic & Fitness  Centre. Phone 883-2612 to register.  UFAWU Annual Charity Herring Sale, 9 am at  Madeira Park Gov't Dock.  Sunahlne Choristers present "The Night  Before Christmas". 2 pm and 8 pm at Raven's  Cry Theatre. Tickets at Raven's Cry, Books &  Stuff, Talewind Books. Info: 885-4405.  "Working Together to End Poverty" workshop  with Jean Swanson of End Legislated Poverty,  sponsored by SC Unemployment Action Centre,  10:45 am - 3:45 pm, Kinsmen Hall, Dougal Park,  Gibsons. Lunch included, childcare and  transportation subsidy on request. Pre-register,  please. Anne: 886-7988, Donna: 886-7663.  MONDAY, DECEMBER 7  Gibsons and Sechelt Sunshine Coaet  Buelneee * Professional Women's Clubs  joint meeting, 6 pm at Illusions Supper Club,  Sechelt. Everyone welcome. Call Cheryl, 886-  2682 or Lorrie, 886-7760.  SC Spinners' t Weavers' Guild meeting, 7:30  pm at Kirkland Cenlre, Davis Bay. Info: 686-2131,  885-3866.  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11  SC Peace Group annuel Christmas Potluck  Dinner, 5:30 pm in Roberts Creek Elementary  Community Use Room. Bring a favourite food and  your own cutlery and dishes. Come share In the  music and testivitiesl  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12  Silent Auction Fund-reiser tor Qlbeons  Elementary Grades 5,6 4 7,10 am - 4 pm in the  school gym. Also raffles for great Christmas  items.  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13  Advent Worship service, 10 am, followed by  ethnic dishes potluck dinner al 12:15 pm al Living  Failh Lutheran Church, Coast Highway and  Whitaker Rd., Davis Bay. Meal followed by  Carols and the Organ' by Steven White and other  music. Lonely, financially strapped and searchers  warmly Invited.  MONDAY, DECEMBER 14  SC Home Based Buelness Association first  annual Christmas Party, 7 pm at New China  Kitchen, Gibsons. Bring your favourite cassette  lape. RSVP wilh a message left with Darla, 885-  7061 by Dec. 6th. Let her know il you need a ride.  MISCELLANEOUS  Gibsons Scouts Annual Christmas Tree Sale,  Dec. 4. 5 & 6. at Sunnycrest Mall near SuperValu  and Gibsons Park Plaza at IGA; Fri, 5 - 9 pm;  Sat. a Sun. 10 am-6 pm. Also Dec. 11, 12 & 13,  if supplies last, at Sunnycrest Mall only. To pre-  order your tree, or to special order a live or very  large (9-11 ft.) tree, call 885-6472 or 886-8081.  We deliver.  Locally grown Christmas trees for sale by  Sechelt Beavers and Cubs at Trail Bay Mall, Dec.  4*5114 12. 18 4 19; Fridays 3 - 7 pm,  Saturdays 10 am - 5 pm, while quantities last.  Festival ol the Written Arts Book and  Poinsettla Sale. Dec. 5 and Dec. 7 -12,10 am -  4 pm beside Kale Kilago. Cowrie St.. Sechell.  Gibsons Outreach Teen Centre is open Thurs.  4 Fri. 3:30 ��� 10 pm, Sal. 10 am -11 pm, Sun. 1 -  8 pm,  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, 716 Winn Rd.,  across Irom Post Office, Gibsons. Displays are  constantly changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours of opening or to book a tour: 886-8232.  "Living with Cancer" Support Group meetings  in Gibsons and Sechell. For info re: times and  places, call Pearl at 886-8369. All welcomel  Wanted: Kids to join the Swim Club at Pender  Harbour Aquatic Centre. Workouts Mon. and  Wed.. 5:30 - 7pm. For Info: 883-2612.  Fitness Classes, all kinds, all levels, at Pender  Harbour Aquatic and Fitness Centre, Mon. ��� Fri.  For info: 883-2612.  Perent Tot Drop In at the following locations  from 9:30 - 11:30am: Qlbeons United Church  Hall, Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri.; Sechelt St. Hilda's  Hall, Tues.; Wilson Creek Community Hall,  Thurs. For into call 885-5881.  Gibsons and District Public Library is open  Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9:30-2:30; Thursdays  2:30-7:30; and Saturdays 9:30-2:30. For more  inlormation, call 886-2130  .   MONDAYS  Breakaway Parents Support Qroup. Is your  child acting oul? 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 at 7pm in St  Hilda's Church, Sechell. II you enjoy singing,  please join us. For into call 885-4405. 42  TUESDAYS  Arthritis Sell-Management Program, October  27 - Dec. 1, 10:00 am - 12 noon in Garibaldi  Health Unit, 5571 Inlet Ave., Sechelt. For into.:  885-2677.  Qlbsons Pensioners Branch #38: Exercise  Class, 11 am at Harmony Hall, tor into, call 886-  3544; Bridge starts 1 pm, lor Info call 886-7685.  WEDNESDAYS  Caregivers' Support Qroup meeting, 1 - 3 pm  at Kirkland Centre, Davis Bay. For Into, call  Barbara, 865-5144 or 885-1934.  Newly formed Women's Dive Club meets second Wed. ol every month at 7 pm at Seasport  Scuba. All female divers welcome.  Sunshine Toastmasters, every Wed. at 7:30 pm  at Chatelech Secondary. Leam communications  skills and public speaking. Everyone welcome.  Navy League Cadets for males & temales 10 to  13 years ol age, 6:30pm in Gibsons Legion Hall.  Continuous registration year round. Uniforms provided. Call Marc, 886-7069.  Qlbeons Pensioners Branch #38: Carpet  Bowling at Harmony Hall, 1:00 pm. Into: 886-  9271. 43  Children's Story Hour, 10 - 11 am at Wilson  Creek Hall, sponsored by WC Reading Centre  and WC/DB Community Assoc. Bring a snack.  Volunteers invited as readers, library helpers  and/or hosts. Into: Hilda, 685-9863 or Relko, 885-  5264.  THURSDAYS  Sunshins Coast Twins or Triplets Club meet  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 at Coast Garibaldi Heallh  Unit, 494 S Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday Irom 7 to  9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment necessary. 885-7770. 42  3C's Wslght Loss Support Qroup 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.       42  Qlbsons Pensioners branch *38. Bingo at  Harmony Hall, 7:00 pm. Fvavynna welcome. Info:    43  FRIDAYS  Qlbeons United Church Thrift Shop, open 1 - 3  pm in basement at rear, off Truman Rd.  Qlbsons Psnslonsrs Branch #38 activities at  Harmony Hall: Painting lor Seniors, 10:00 am;  Tai CM 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, firsl and third Saturdays at SC Golf &  Country Club, 7:30 pm. $2.50/pereon, bring a  partner. Info: 885-5426.  Chapman Creek Hatchery Tours, Weekly group  tours by appointment only. 4381 Parkway Rd. (off  Field Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-4136 42 s  with this bad news he had to  deliver, slated that he personally  has spoken to environment minister John Cashore, who said he  would "look into the matter."  Recently ICG representatives  have staled that the tanks are  safe and are inspected twice a  year for cracks, etc. When asked  if the irregular private inspection  done by an outside consultant in  September of this year had anything to do with the renewal  lease, McGillivray said apparently not.  Doug Roy gave a brief report  on the progress of the OCP  meetings. He slated the most  contentious issue at this time  seems to be regarding development or lack of it, on Highway  101 through Roberts Creek.  There should be a resolution  aboul this issue at the nexl meeting which is to be Dec. 2.  At this time neighbouring  businesss and residents to the  Roberts Creek General Store in  downtown are being contacted  by the SCRD re their concerns  and approval for a variance permit for the store.  This permit would slacken  the rules for parking requirements to allow for expansion of  the store.  Concerns were raised that Ihe  store would become more than a  store, ie, coffee bar hangout  where parking spots would be  taken up for an hour or more,  resulting in traffic messes at the  corner.  Some expressed disapproval  of turning the grass behind Ihe  library into a parking lot, as it is  a place for children to play, and  having too many cars there will  change the face of downtown  Roberts Creek.  Harry Almond, who is currently chairing the committee  meetings for the Local Resource  Use Plan (LRUP) stated that a  committee has been set up for  the Elphinstone area because of  questions raised regarding clear-  cutting, weed control and logging of old growth forest in the  Caren Range. As well, concerns  about logging operations in the  upper Chapman Creek watershed (Tetrahedron plateau) and  areas is being looked into. Committee meetings are open to the  public and information can be  obtained from Harry Almond at  885-3484.  Guest speaker Norm Glead-  ow who was here last spring to  ask Creekers what they would  like lo see for a healthy community has summarized his provincial government funded survey.  Six main topics were reported on:  1. Transportation - residents  feel we need an enhanced bus  service, more ferry sailings,  highway improvement and a  bicycle path.  2. Health Care Needs - this  was unclear, but some people  feel wc need a holistic approach  lo health care, and doctors  admitted that they couldn't cure  every ill. .,.,,. i  3. Environment - preservation of Ihe environment along  with reduction in noise and pollution - more control of developers resulting in less tree cutting  and logging.  4. Community Planning -  must have a clear picture and it  was agreed there is an urgent  need for an OCP. Some  expressed the desire for a single  government for the whole coast  instead of the divided mess we  have now.  5. Recreation - there is a definite absence of leisure activities.  Improve beach accesses, teen  centres are needed along with a  centralized activity centre.  6. Community Caring - this  also was unclear. People are  concerned about age and racial  tolerance.  Blues Dance  New Orleans blues band  Blues Sister is coming to the  Roberts Creek hall for a benefit  dance for Cymbol Wells, on Friday, Dec. 4 from 9 pm to I am.  Tickets are $12 each, available  at the Roberts Creek General  Store.  Christmas Dinner  On Sunday, Dec. 6, the  RCCA is putting on its annual  Family Christmas Potluck Dinner, from 4 pm to 7 pm at the  hall. There will be singing, fellowship and of course, Santa.  B&K  SOILS AL L\\l)S(.\l'i:  CHRISTMAS GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE  For the DoltYourselfer and The Trades  NEED TRACTION? WE HAVE SANDBAGS  Fertilized Lawn & Garden Soil- Concrete Lawn Ornaments  Manure & Bark Mukh ��� Landscape Fabric ��� 6' & 12'  ��� Sand & Gravel & Lava Rock  HOURS: TUES -SAT 9 AM-4 PM CLOSED SUNDAY t MONDAY  632 HOUGH ROAD & HIGHWAY 101 CIBSONS Coast News, November 30,  1992  community  Hanging aboul in Rockwood's  Ireetops, Winston Van I'opta  helps set the stage for Ihis  year's Light the Lights, beginning Dec. 4 with an evening of  entertainment featuring: Reg  Dickson wilh Harmony, Linda  Dickson and friends, magician  Jan Benda, Karen Boothroyd's  dance group, the Quartertones  and the Chatelech High School  Band.  Jivl Jnhnstone photo  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-73*5  The Christmas season is fully upon us now.  Wonderful Christmas cards can be purchased from  charitable organizations such as UNICEF, the  SPCA or Save The Children Fund. These cards are  especially meaningful as they send our greetings lo  friends and help others in ihe process.  Tree sale  And il's time to think about Christmas trees.  The Sechelt Beavers and Cubs are holding a  Christmas Tree Sale Dec. 4 from 3 to 7 pin at Trail  Bay Mall. They will also sell again Dec. II, 12, 18  and 19. The trees are locally grown and the sale  only goes on while quantities last.  A lady made several purchases at the recent  Save The Children Craft Sale at Trail Bay Mall  Nov. 13 but unfortunately forgot to lake them with  her. She can call 885-4793 to retrieve Ihem.  Elves depots  Food and toy collection depots for the Fives  Club Christmas hampers open today along Ihe  Sunshine Coast. In Sechelt the depot is localed al  Pastimes Toy Store. You can sign on as an elf volunteer at the depot as much help is needed. Applications for hampers will be available at the depots  and will soon be in the newspaper. Don't forget the  Elves Club Telethon on Coasl Cable TV Dec. 5.  Call 886-7743 if you have any questions or wish to  get involved.  halfmoon bay happenings  There arc still some excellenl bazaars and craft  sales coming up before Christmas, On Dec. 3, lhe  Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary is holding a craft sale at  Trail Bay Mall that starts at 9:30 am.  Craft fair  On Dec. 5, the arts council presents its annual  Christmas Craft Fair at the Indian Band hall. This  features ails and crafts from all over (he Coasl. It is  an impressive display of the high quality of Sunshine Coast artists and artisans.  There are several seasonal concerts coming up.  Attending one really restores lhe joy of Christmas  and the spirit of the holidays. On Saturday  evening, Dec. 5, lhe Sunshine Choristers are presenting The Night Before Christmas at the Raven's  Cry Theatre. Tickets are available al lhe theatre  box office, Talewind Books and Books and Stuff.  Christmas concert  On Dec. II, 12 and 13 the Sunshine Coast  Music Society presents its annual Christmas Concert al Raven's Cry Theatre. Tickets are on sale al  (he box office.  These overnight frosts are making for slippery  roads al nighl and in Ihe morning, but hopefully  the cold is destroying some of the cutworm larvae  and fleas. I notice the birds are emptying the feeder  nearly as fast as we can fill them and snow is visible at the higher elevations all around us. Winter is  here alright. Will we have a White Christmas?  by Kulli Forrester, 885-2418  .The last bridge day of lhe  year at Welcome Beach Community Hall will be Friday, Dec.  4 at 1 pm.  Games will resume after lhe  New Year and continue unlil  spring. Makes one think of the  famous quote: "If winter comes  can spring be far behind."  Welcome dinner  Tickets are now available for  the Welcome Beach Annual  Christmas Dinner at Welcome  Beach Hall.  There will be a full home-  cooked turkey dinner with all  the trimmings, entertainment,  carol singing and dancing. A  good social evening for everyone lo enjoy.  Tickets are $ 12 so make your  reservation early by calling  Franz 885-4590, Grace 885-  9269 or Bill 885-9032. The date  is Salurday, Dec. 12 and dinner  will be served al 7 pm.  Auxiliary bazaar  Saturday, Dec. 12 is also the  date for the Halfmoon Bay auxiliary of St. Mary's Hospital  Christmas bazaar in Trail Bay  Mall. Lots of beautiful gifts will  be available.  Open house  A reminder loo of Ihe Halfmoon Bay Child Care Christmas  trimmings open house on Salurday, Dec. 5 from 10 am lo I pm.  Take lhe kids along and enjoy  coffee and goodies, browse  around and support this group  by buying some of the many  items which will be on sale.  Field trip  Some of lhe children from  Halfmoon Bay School will be  heading out on field trips this  week which will be fun as well  as educational. They plan visits  to Science World, Ihe Vancouver Art Gallery, the Court  House, etc.  One of the beneficial activities will involve travelling on  various means of public transportation which will include  ferry, public bus and sky train.  There are many adults living  here on the Sunshine Coast who  have still to experience many of  the activities these children will  enjoy.  Pianist needed  In last week's column I mentioned that there was an appeal  for a pianist to help out with the  Halfmoon Bay School's Christmas Concert. It should be men  tioned lhat lhe volunteer would  not be required lo play for the  whole show, but just for a few  of the pieces.  Choristers concert  At Ihis lime of year Ihere are  so many functions that it can be  difficult lo decide which ones to  take in.  Bul there is one which is  always an enjoyable event and  lhal is when the Sunshine Choristers pul on a concert. 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For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  The Creek House  Intimate Dining  European Cuisine  *-*)  Winter Hours  Fit, Sat., & Sun. from 6:00pm  Reservations Requested  885-9321  T>  Directly Across From  The Roberts Creek Store  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant ��� Lunch and dinner special every day. 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  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  11 am -2:30 pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am- 10 pm.  The Boat Houie - Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh nnd  flash frozen seafood from the West,  Cast and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us  after 5 pm for dinner or for our  spectacular Sunday Brunch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere nnd fabulous meals are just  some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch,  please let us know nnd we'll make  the necessary accommodations. For  reservations call 921-8188. All  major credit cards accepted.  Cafe Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches nnd  daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious. Our whole  wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on  the premises. Outside dining, take  out orders for the beach and cappuccino are available. The Coast's  bistro...as unique as the Coast  itself. Mon-Thurs 9 - 5. Fri & Sat 9 ���  9. Closed Sunday. Teredo Square,  Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  lunch! 885-9962.  Dar Lebanon Restaurant - Come and  join us for Lebanese cuisine. Lunch  and Dinner features include Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian  dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels, Cappuccino, Espresso and Desserts.  Mon - Sat 10am - 11pm, Sunday  11am - 11pm. Eat in or take-out.  Catering for parties and weddings.  Everything we make is made with  love! Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy.  101. at Pratt Road, Gibsons, 886-  3572. Visa and MasterCard.  Licensed.  Hald-A-Way Riitaurant - 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 nnd 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'.  Hillside Family RMtaurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and burgers, homemade soups, pies and salads, and entres. Daily Specials.  Take-Out available upon request.  Licensed & air conditioned. Open  Sun - Thurs, 11 am - 10 pm. Fri &  Sat 11 am-11 pm. 886-2993  The Omega Restaurant - With a perfect view of Gibsons Harbour, and  a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll often see Bruno  Gerussi, star of the Beachcombers,  dining here. The modified menu  includes hamburgers, pizza, pasta,  steaks, chicken, seafood, stirfrys,  ribs, salads and desserts. Banquet  facilities available. Reservations  recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch and dinner Mon. - Fri., 11:00 am - 10:00  pm, Sat. 4:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Sun.  4:00 pm-9:00 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger - Spectacular waterfront  dining In Secret Cove. Lunch and  dinner served seven days a week  from 11:00 a.m. Lunch specials  daily. Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  pizza with homemade dough. All  pies and breads are baked fresh  daily on the premises. A children's  menu is also available. Join us for  Brunch on Sunday from 10:00 a.m.  - 2:00 p.m. Fully licensed. Visa,  Mastercard. Mercer Road, Secret  Cove. Reservations recommended.  885-7184.  The Whart - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every lable. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  New China Kitchen - GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar & dessert. Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am - 9 pm. Friday  & Saturday, 11:30 am - 10:00 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm.  For reservations call 886-3028, Free  delivery from 5 pm - 8:30 pm within 6 km radius. Minimum $15  order, Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Pub  open noon - closing. Kitchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvlnes Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entres featuring local produce and  fresh seafood in a relaxed setting  with ocean view. Average dinner  for two, $30. We're now open 5  days a week - Fri & Sat: Noon - 11  pm, kitchen Noon - 9 pm; Sun,  Mon & Thurs: Noon - 10 pm,  kitchen Noon - 9 pm. For the WINTER MONTHS ONLY, we are  closed Tues. & Wed. Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard & Visa.  Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner.Observe the  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle at your  table. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday-  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Chei Philippe Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Chef Philippe is  busy cooking up your favorites  including Spinach salad with  warm Balsamic Vinaigrette and  Fresh Australian Rack of Lamb  with 7 grain crust. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly,  professional service, intimate dining in the Heritage Lodge dining  room wilh a superb view of'thr  Georgia Strait. Enjoy a Cappu'crf**'  no after dinner. Follow Gower  Point Road to Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Reservations recommended. 886-2188. Open from  5:30 pm 6 days a week. Closed  Wednesdays.  Creek 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 and  flambe' desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886*  3891.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  MaLispina Strait set the theme for a  beautiful night out. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and soft music add  up to make yours a night to  remember. In addition, we are now  accepting reservations for Christmas Party bookings. Restaurant  hours: Fri. 6pm - 9pm. Sat/Sun  Sam - 2pm, 6pm - 9 pm. For groups  of 10 or more, we will accept a  reservation for any evening. Visa,  Mastercard, American Express.  Reservations recommended.  885- 7038  Pebbles ��� On 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 Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernie A Gwen's Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. .986-7813.  __ 10      Ccmsi News, isltwwnbei ��>. 1992  A  HOURS  Sunday 106  Mon- Thurs 97  Friday 9 9  Saturday 9-6  (4 Wft M i ii  TST  ater*c  rm// ����</ Mall, Sechelt 8852025  Meat 8859812 Bakery 8859823  HERITAGE MARKET  Vour fir/t cho!ce in food/  r/i��?s��? are just a few of the  more than 350 specials you II  find in store for you.  Prices effective Monday,  November .10 to  Sunday, December 6 Coast News, November 30, 1992        11  community  watch  by Jacalyn Vincent  A reminder lhal the swap meel will be on  Dec. 5 in Ihe communily hall. By lhe way,  all lablcs have been rented.  Christmas Concerts  The Pender Harbour Pentecostal Sunday  School is presenting a Christmas musical  called The Christmas Gift for your pleasure  on Dec. 13 al 6 pm in Ihe communily hall.  Admission is free and refreshments will be  served afterwards. Everyone is welcome lo  altend Ihis exciling concert. The third annual  community Christmas Concert will also be  held in Ihe community hall in Madeira Park.  Doors will open al 6:30 pm on Dec. 18.  Entrance is by donation. Have a greal lime al  bolh of these events.  Aquatic Centre  The Pender Harbour Aquatic Centre will  host an after school kids Christmas party on  Dec. 3 from 3:30 lo 5:30 pm. This parly is  free!  A CPR level C course will be held al Ihe  pool on DtC 5 from l) am lo S pm, cosl is  $50 and you should pre-register for Ihis  course.  Teen Centre Funding  The Pender Harbour Teen Cenlre has  been operating for nine months now, with 36  paid memberships and an average of 20  teens per opening. It is still going very  strong.  Donalions by the community has enabled  the centre to house a pool table, darts, television and VCR along wilh many games for  Ihe teens. Due to shortage of funds and  grants Ihe cenlre has had lo cancel many programs and cutbacks of operating cosl are  inevitable. In order lo continue to operate,  the cenlre needs help wilh ils 1993 operating  fund. If you can make a small or large donation to the centre, it would be more than  appreciated! Please send your support lo Ihe  Pender Harbour Teen Cenlre Society, in care  of Marg Goldrup, Box 232, Madeira Park,  BC.  Shop Locally  It's thai time of year when jingle bells  ring, tree decorations and outside lights gel a  good going over and, of course, shopping  days are counled continually.  Our local merchants spruce up Iheir shops  in decorative ways, welcoming everyone  through their doors. In our area you can buy  anything from a fishing rod to cases of oil,  picture frames, to jeans, gift certificates lo  all sorts of flowers.  Shopping locally has many benefits, have  fun with it!  Wildlife Hike  Everyone is more than welcome lo meel  at the corner of Irving Landing and Hotel  Lake Roads al 11 am on Dec. 5 to participate  in Ihe Pender Harbour Wildlife Society's  exciting hike. Bring your lunch and dress  appropriately Enjoy lhe view wilh us!  As The Tide Changes  Take caution driving on our frosly roads.  Winter lawn buffs - Iry and keep off  frozen grass, walking on it may break Ihe  crowns of lhe plants.  Until next week - be good to yourself.  Kirkland Centre's Open House and Bake Sale, Thursday, culminated in a round of bingo.  Joel Johnstone photo  golden lifelines  egmont news  by Lynn Mees  Hey folks, here comes Ihe sail. I saw Ihe salt  truck the other morning salting heavily two hours  after Ihe sun had hit Ihe pavement. Redundant or  what! Our vehicles suffer, especially the older  ones where rust has already started. Winter is  rough on most modes of transportation.  So naturally it's a good time lo slay home, light  a fire, brew a Java, do something close to home.  Then again, most of us don'l have lhat option  because we have bills lo pay, bul some cold morn  ings when your hammer is frozen in your icy grip  you think about these things. You think about  going to some place tropical, hot. You think budget, then you think of kicking up your feet in front  of the fire, extremely cheap rest and relaxation and  close to home. It is definitely now an option.  A reminder! Please do drop in with your kids  on Tuesday morning at 10 am at the Egmonl  School We'd love to see some more happy faces.  Life's been quiet around the Mont, which is a good  sign.  EDC sponsored Career training  program offered in Sechelt  A training program to help  four individuals in career transition to develop supervisory  skills started this month in  Sechelt.  The Supervisory Skills  Development program is sponsored by Ihe Sunshine Coast  Economic Development Commission wilh funding by Canada  Employment and Immigration.  The participants were selected wilh help from Ihe Canada  Employment Cenlre in Sechell.  "The aim is to equip Ihe participants for higher quality  employment in the changing job  market of the 90s and beyond,"  says Michael Siddall, program  coordinator.  The program which runs  until April 30 includes a combination of classroom work, computer training and finally,  approximately three months of  on-the-job work experience.  Training modules designed  to fit a variety of workplace situations and environments were  provided by the Open Learning  Agency.  Siddall notes lhal the participants are paid by the program,  so Ihere is no financial responsibility on the part of employers,  only a willingness to support  their learning.  Although much of the  scheduling has been completed,  Siddall says he would still like  to hear from interested firms or  organizations. He may be  reached al 885-0276.  by Joyce Ostry  As you know by now Ihe  Nov. 28 dinner and entertainment was cancelled.  Whoopee! The news is good.  The occupancy permit has been  issued and Ihe move took place  last week to the new seniors  centre.  Starting in the beginning of  lhe week, the move was finished in lime for Friday's activities to take place in the seniors  centre.  This new building was a  giant undertaking by the  seniors.  They were Ihe general contractors for the site and as usual  with building anything, things  could and did happen to delay  Ihe completion - and now the  move begins and lhe excitement  is in the air.  There is a caterer now and  her name is Leslie Grabone of  Something Special Catering  Company at 885-3611 and I  know she will enjoy food preparation in the stale of the art  kitchen.  The seniors Christmas dinner  will be in the centre on Dec. 10  at 12:30 pm. The tickets are $10  and are available from Larry  Grafton al 885-7173 or 885-  2759.  Installation will be on Dec.  17 in the centre at (he regular  meeiing lime of 1:30 pm. Officers being installed are president Slan Johnson; firsl vice-  president Tom Bitting; second  vice-president, Dave Knight;  secretary Belly Calli; and treasurer Beryl Butler.  In addition to the above  members, Mary Bannerman,  Larry Grafton, Mel Neelands,  Mona Osborne and Robbie  Robson are the new board  members.  Larry Grafton will be at the  installation and you can pick up  your tickets for New Year's  from him.  There will be a sit-down dinner and dancing from 9 pm to I  am by Ihe Jack Bourne group.  Tickets are $30 per person.  We'll see you at Ihe new  seniors centre. Watch the sign  board for all the happenings.  ELPHIE'S CABARET PRESENTS A CANADIAN ROCK LEGEN,  JERRY DOUCETTE  Saturday* Decembers  Roberts  Creek   \��  Annual  Firemen's  Bingo  Doors Open 6 pm ��� .Sarly Bird 7:15 pm  Roberts Creek  Cottuimiutlty Hall  Tickets on sale at the  Roberts Creek General Store  FRIDAY &  SATURDAY  DECEMBER  TICKETS  S8 ADVANCE.  " ",T THE DOOR.  ..VAILABLE AT  jRAMMA'SPUB.THE  PARTY STOP MAX  MUSICS ELPHIE'S  CABARET  ELPHIE'S  CABARET  LOWER GIBSONS  886-3336  Monday, Nov. 30 - Saturday, Dec. 19  10 '25% Off ALL MERCHANDISE  30% off  ALL CHRISTMAS CRAFTS & FABRICS  Stock Up Now For .411 Your !        GIFT  Christmas & Winter Fabrics?: CERTIFICATES  !   AVAILABLE  Houn: Miin-Kri'fcW.'iillll.Kalunlas 10-00-430  '   Kenmar Knit 8c Sew kbdetnPrat   cu 883-2274  rToAsr1  IftSU^flThe Key to Success.  ___________         0!b��Mi�� ��� Sab.7617  ametUMn-  Sechelt ��� 885-3930  Election Meeting  Wed, December 9  7:30 jimlDoor Prize  CRIB NIGHT  THURSDAYS  8pm SHARP  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  The November General Meeting Door Prlas was won by Charlie  Brown - two H oz. New York Steak) and lunch Cabernet  Saiivlgnon.  The Hallowe'en Dance was a greal success - managed and MC'cd  hy Donna Deer.  Thank you io the following businesses which donated prize! tor  Hallowe'en: Andy's Reslauianl, Wilson Creek Restaurant, Quality  Farms, Wilson Creek Gallery, Wood Carver Ernie Bernctte,  Randy's Herbs, DargaU Glass & Door Ltd,  PENDER HARBOUR  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing  8c Toy Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-.2929  Tops, Tarpsty ('.oven  U/mbtery ty Repairs  MARINA  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  I /a Mice Noa.TH or garden ea. RD.  Hwy. tOI 883-9541  883-2888  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Peninsula Place  Corner of Sunshine Coast Hwy. a  Frsncls Peninsula Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CAUL COLLECT  Pender Hauboui, Be; 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  DINING  /4  Pith ��� wauHmnt RflMtinm    Mi******"  | Ait Citartora ��� ntfilng < ixinm- ��� nifei- hmiuii  PUB RKSTAURANTT  883-2674 883-9919  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  klemdale  Tar & Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Duroids   683-9303   Miss Sunny's  HL4IR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Cert. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systemn  8834282  Hugh W.Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524 12        Coast News, Novemtver 30,  1992  kalQtire  If we sell it... we giuimnlee it!  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BC VON %__  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Kt'modelling * Framing  Foundations ��� Home Ki-pairs ��� General  Contracting * Small )obs Welcome  hi "iirmRon AchMon 885-OB91 ai,*vr6(��pm  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  SECHELT RADIATORS ���  I Lomfilete Looting System Service Centre  s   .   a'.   I   I   I  a"**��������t-t���^t"^*--^���.���i-  Wc Repsali it K> |,i.���,- k.���i>, lli-.ua Cites, * Gu I .ml.  AUTOS TRICKS TRACTORS INDl'STRIAI. MARINr I  Najw, I tad .' Krlmlll . I'i, I ���|, ��. IMiim  i  a  a  a  a a  a  a  a__i________a__j__.  4J49 S.C. Hwy.  Across from Sunshine- GM  Set  885-7986  GRAEMAR CONSTRUCTION  Qtwtfloj Cordrotiofs  KXJN0ATIONS ��� FRA.MIMG  RENOVATIONS ��� ADOtTIONS  FINISHING ' VINYL/WOOO SIDING  12 Years ExperierKe  ouiMi mwuriu-etM  STILES EUECTRIC  Specializing In  . RcMeMiltal ��� Renovations ��� New Initallatlon ��  Top quality work . excellent references  Ptvons* 68J-92M. Cell 230-2957      Reg 17242  -r*        THE  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL  11MPROVER T  LTO HAHMCaON Mi  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  FINE TOUCH  Woodworks &  Construction  Mike Hanson 686-3257 J  ^^ ���agle laoofirtg"  Experienced Roof Applicator?  rMJJ. Vinyl Siding-,  I Soffits, I'ASIA, Sliiilleri  1 CEDAR SIDING  ���  l-red Canker  'Ira,. Mr^aan.'l  Phone 885-606)  PO Box 1396  .Sechell, B.C.  VON i\0j  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial, Industrial  "Experience Makes  !j!?uD!*,l!!!!,nC-"     �������� C~����*0* "0*0  JOE McCANN MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Reg. 10131 VON 2H0 Call 883-9902  SAURY'S CRANE SERVICE  8TON UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15T0N LIFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80  Pmtofm��1iin HLIMa  rourmdim e.ooO"rU2o  z  CONCRETE SERVICES  V  ��� Competitive Rates     ��� Guaianteed Seivice  ��� Free Eslimales ��� Repair Work Done  CONTACT MARC HUPE       886*9416  FORM RENTAL  2', 4', 6', 8' quick strip forms  Peninsula Form Rental  885-0308  Vou vt/si-t i* .ulvi-i tisimi ln��r  you'd In; rencfinrj nlioufl  yourself - Anil so would  ��;voryl)ocly else  EXCAVATING  HEATING  PROPANE INC.  e Auto Propane  e Appliances  e Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechell  UK PAINTING  Simon  Interior & Exterior  Residential & Commercial  Pressure Washing  885-3159  Free Estimales  If you uinrn- -i.Iim'i Ii-siu(] litsr  you'll Uo 11! .uliiMf  .ihoiil  yourself - And so would  everybody else  �����  WWi*  $k  DIRECT  DRYWALL  SYSTEMS  Residential ��� Commercial  BOARD  spray       886-8657  Gerald R. McConntll  _    (eel) 250*5073   STEEL STUDS  T-FJAR  CUSTOM CEILINGS  RonHovden  [eel) 044*5707  CoffltlOfxcavDlor ��� Cof fll 20 ��jrctwo��or  Cot/MCBu/Wozer  Roods I Driveways ��� Stump Kemoval  Low-bed Servk* ��� land Clearing A Developing  SandS, Gravel ��� Free estimates  PH 886-9764   *  CEL 2201526  SECHELT FIRE PLACE  & GAS CENTRE  ��� G.ts ��� Wand  ��� Cookttovps ��� Zero Clo,irniicr ���  ��� All Venting Systems ��� Complete Sates & InstallMio  ��� Qualified De.ife* ��� Certified Techniciwtt ���  s//( Ml lit H >M X  WARI IK H'S/  Residential  Commercial  Auto Glass  Mirror walls  Brad   Clowers  Peninsula Glass  6c Aluminum  70S Hwy. 101, Gibsons 886 - 8580  24nr*. Commercial Emergency 886-8414  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Ltd  ] | 015-53331   1815-22261   DUfatih -  815-9666  3 Batch Rants on I'm Sunshine Coast  Qlbsons Sechelt Rentier Harbour  Bok 172, 5417 Burnet Rd.. Sechelt  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  Licensed cjf Handed  P.4RKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  r.a WOODROW  Residential * (las Installations &f Service  886*3558  CELLULAR  240-6314    Q��_t  ML m   &  Res: (604) 5IM-6707  or toll tree peger: 1-979-4371  Propane &  Natural Gas  We dig the ��un*hlne Cornell  All typos oi concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs ��� smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  ROOFING  Specializing in all lypes of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES Aflfi *>nft7 *LLW0"* I  OQO-atUOr eves quarantceoJ  f  A m T ENTERPRISES: Censtmetlen Senleee  Senrrnr; rh. Cosst Since 'MS  L��     -    m^R*       'CUSTOM HOMES  ���f' ire if ,i~       ���ADDITIONS  *a*P'siWfR        'RENOVATIONS  *���'Snlii-      ��������������#�����  \  T. wono. io�� m. aiatONt, i c von ivo  A  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  TRICITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL A COMMERCIAL  PUNT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 888-2726 SECHELT B.C.  STK EXCAVATING  AND ROAD BUILDING  ��� Land Clearing ��� Driveways  ��� Drainage ��� Landscaping  ��� Retaining Walls  ��� Sand & Gravels  ��� Septic Systems ��� etc.  "Quality S  Punctuality.'  886-9020  Trucking     Bob Gurney  isiiM-^mTrnnucm  Furnaces, Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks,  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Oil NOW 888-7111  *v Showroom: ��;* Poi/ne Rd. Cibsons _,  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Qeneu/ ^nteAio* -Deco/iofing  ��� I'airiline ���  Wallpapering  Colour Contillnating  ���  Cnnsiillatinn  COMPLETE INTERIOR DESIGN  Reasonable Rates  FREE ESTIMATES ON PAINTING  885-4828  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Cabinets  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    ���>    res. 886-2231  Asftword Contracting  QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  Fo,E!,"!"eC"' 885*6443  Land Clearing  Dfnolinofl  Shiffip Mfiwvdl  Sift Dvvwopfntnt  885-34o9  886*8053  I���,^��PEXCA'  $UNMINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  Callular  ��444907  ��� Residential A  (omm-rriel Conslrucliiin  ��� ReiMivatimM  ���Additions  v^   Laurie Lacovetsky ��� 885-2887   J  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  mm Ayn*sTORG  Furniture  Highway 101, Box 2549, Sechell, B.C. VON SAO  Telephone (604) BB5-5756. Pan (604) 685-2756  Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  e SEPTIC FIELDS  e DRAINAGE DITCHES  e EXCAVATIONS  e WATEP, LINES  e CLEARING  Cot 416 4X4  Steve lones    886-8269 j  D&P Contracting  CONCRETE SPECIALISTS  PUACINS & FliMISHING  DENIS TURENNE     OFFICE: S8S-S492  PAUL DESAUTELS CEL: SS 1 -4432  BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING  Septic Fields'Back Filling  Drainage ��� Excavations  Water Lines ��� Rock Walls  Landscape Construction  ���   Roberts Creek Call: 666-3977,  /6RIAN5ROOFING & ATTIC VENTILATION^  ItEFIOOFINa SPr-CIALIs��� ��� LEAK REPAIIU  -LOIIANCO- WHinLYBIRD ATTIC V8NTS  ��� KEEPS VOUR HOME COOL IN SUMMER  ��� PREVENTS CONDENSATION IN WrNTER  BBS UCENSEOarNSUREO. FREE ESTIMATES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  I68$*4*66l  T.A.C.  Electrical & Plumbing  Residential ��� Commercial  Waler Heaters ��� Electric Heat  Contractors Uc No awa.  886-3344  HOWE SOUND BRICK fi BIACK  A" HIniK I5()H( Al SI K\l( I  d  Commercial & Residential  Masonry  Brad lOHntHa   888-2480  Excavating  Lundsrape  ConslrlH lliin  ���BarMIIIng       -Drainage ��� BemotMlon  ��� Low Impact & Sctocl Land . Retaining  Clearing  ne* 886-8538  ,, 220-8767  If you sjurrre .iala,ai Using Iii.tu  yois'cl  111!  a a-.aaiaaa.|  .iho.lt  yoisrsf*lf - Anil so in/oiilcl  ��:wi;i ylxxly s^lso  Mmt Coast News, November 30,  1992        13  7" /  WE'RE CELEBRATING OUR  ,tflHNIVERS.a^  Dec 12th with a        %'  flNNIVERSHRY DRAW  & ^r WINII ik &  FIRST PRIZE   $200 GIFT CERTIFICATE  SECOND PRIZE    $ 100 GIFT CERTIFICATE  THIRD PRIZE ��� $50 GIFT CERTIFICATE  QJbaons  Family Athletic  Shoes df  Clothing Store  2IT-7*-on-  Aerobic  Wear  886-4830  WRONTRUNNERS  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MARINE SERVICES  CONTOUR  1    DESIGN  r-__f  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpel & Blinds  VSHOWROOM 851 HWY. 101-QIBSONS- B.C. - PH/FAX: BB6-3I91>  NEW HOMES  PPIT10N}   fUNOy  886-3107  Bu  mccaneer  Marina ry Resort Ltd  Localed in Secrel Cove B85-78B8  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K S C Thtrmoglass J,  Cobra Boals now  In-Stock  ���..laiwjiv,  :    OUTBOARDS  PRECISE  PAINTING & PLASTER  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Stucco      .  ��� All Phases of Drywall  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  jte-  Free Estimates  I// mature, reliable, economical'  Interior ��� exterior  CUSTOM P/UNllNC  si'iiiniN ilisi mini ��� lrt*<* ("ilinwlos  885-8895  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  man.ata.rn r  Re-Roof & Repair  ROOMftfratf      specialists  ��� Salt Wilts) l.kcnres  . Moid S Campsites ��� Wmei lasl  . Marrne Repaiis      ��� Ire ___* 88J-Z2DD j  COnRELLS MARINE SERVICE  ffaflf  The Sunshine  Coist's Evinrude  Dealer  FEATURING:  THE AU NEW  SPITFIRE SERIES <  RODE  COTTRELL'S M  IVIAiiira.  sehviceL j  B8B-3005 u!  lg SORTERS  fishing ��� tilling tours  cargo  transfrorlation  & island seriice  for rr-.rrviilioin  plrit.*��r tall I'ritr at  (604) 885* 1981  tell: 1-230-8927  INSULATION  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  Q  BOJNPLWI!  CMS11IL@IF0iJ!M  ��� Ban a Blown ��� Commaiclal ���  ��� Residential ��� Ntw a Eaditlno ���  886*8741  GIBSONS: 886-022$   SECHELT: 885-6422  ^  % Putt tj %_*_ 0* Sid %m_\i*Mt _  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  !**^iA< Topping ��� Trimming "Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  fQfa- Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  i  MARINE SERVICES  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  731 North Rd., Gibaona 886-2912  If v<>�� ia/i.t.; iiflvs-rtisimi her  yntl'il \tt: n-.nlintj ailioiat  ymitsi'lf - Aslll *ao would  IL  ENTERPRISES  Welding and Fabricating * Equipment Repairs  Steel ��� Stainless Steel * Aluminum  Saevlng Urn Foraal, Uartna and Contlrvctlon  Induatrla* on tha Sunahlna Coaat  SHOP & MOBILE  HOWARD LANG       8803231        CIL. 88*0431  sports  A healthy Coast family enjoys the Tetrahedron snow.  Keith Tlmkcll photo  Snow sport season upon us  by Keith Thirkell  Winter, it would appear, is upon us. The sail  trucks are out in force, the ground is blanketed  with frost in the mornings and there is snow on  Ihe mountains. (Last year's ski season began and  ended in November.)  The Sunshine Coasl is endowed wilh one of  the most attractive and enticing  cross-country and alpine touring  ski destinations on the south coasl:  Ihe Tetrahedron Plateau.  The Tetrahedron boasts five  alpine ski cabins, all of which  would be the envy of Garibaldi or  Strathcona Parks backcountry  users.  One of the great features         aboul skiing locally is it's still  free; Cypress Bowl now charges for cross-country skiing.  It's a good idea to be well prepared before  jumping in your jeep and heading for the mountains, however. The Tetrahedron may be only a  half-hour's drive from Sechelt, but there is a  nearly 4,000-foot elevation gain and you will be  entering almost complete wilderness (give or  lake a few clear cuts).  It is cold and lonely up there.  Coast residents are renowned for their inability to drive in the snow. Don'l try highballing up  'the hill, take your time.  ((*-*- Rtina ��heck'on-your vehtciV-before setting  'off.'Start with your gas gauge; does ft Wott??  Make sure the tank is full. Now tires; do they  have good winter tread? You may need chains.  'Don't forget a  snow shovel just  in case you have  to Mg out your  vehicle'  It doesn't matter how good you think your  driving is or how macho your truck, it's slippery  and treacherous up there. Don'l forget a snow  shovel just in case you have to dig out your  vehicle.  Be wary. In some places, such as Whistler,  people are now billed for any search and rescue  expense incurred in undesignated  skiing areas or where negligence  is deemed a contributing factor.  Michel Frenetle, president of  the Tetrahedron Ski Club, advises  outdoor enthusiasts to take along  water or juice when travelling in  the back country,  bul not booze.     Alcohol has Ihe reverse effect on  the body than most people believe.  "Dehydration is a real problem in the winter  because people don't realize how much they  sweat," says Frenetle.  He recommends layers of clothing, wearing  several ilems that can be removed or unzipped if  you become too hot and that can easily be put  back on again if Ihe chills set in.  Well, what are you waiting for? Get those  skis oul, or toboggans, or snow shoes or inner  tubes and have fun in the snow. Most importantly, be prepared.  If you don't have any equipment yet, head  out to the Tetrahedron ski-swap Dec. 10 at  Roberts Creek School. It starts at 7rTO p*nr(  Bring any old boards you might have in Ihe closet and bring some cash ir case something that  catches your eye.  '  Oldtimers tourney set for Sechelt  This weekend (Dec, 4, 5, 6),  the Eighth Annual Suncoast  Cup Oldtimers will take over  the Sunshine Coast arena when  a ten-team tournament will lake  place. The tournament will  involve six teams (sanctioned  by Ihe Canadian Oldtimers  Hockey Association), while  offering a four-team age 30-plus  division for local clubs.  Teams joining the Suncoast  Cup in '92 are the Powell River  Gentlemen, the Hope Sliders,  the Squamish Extra Old Stock  and lasl year's tournament  champion Nabisco Team, now  known as the Monday Nile  Blues. Two local learns have  entered, Ihe host club Suncoast  Breakers and the Sechelt  Wrecks.  As a weekend bonus, hockey  fans will lie treated lo an afternoon of more fun when Ihe  Vancouver Oldtimers Iravel lo  Ihe Sechelt arena lo play some  of our local stars in an exhibition game Sunday. Wilh the  likes of Dave 'Tiger" Williams,  Dune Wilson and Gary "Super  Pest" Lupel hilling the ice, fans  are in for a real treat.  The Canucks have come up  with a really entertaining act  along lhe lines of lhe Harlem  Globetrotters in basketball. The  Oldtimers final game is at noon,  followed by the Old Pros versus  Ihe local guys in a fun game at  about 1:30 pm.  Oldtimers hockey will be  going on non-stop all weekend  from 6 pm Friday.  MON TIME HT. FT.  2:45 50  30 10:20 15.1  WO    5:00 9.8  9:05 11.0  FRI TIME HT. FT.  1:45 11.2  4    6:10 9.8  FR  12:30 14.1  10:05 5.9  TUES TIME HT.FT.  3:25  10:55  6:00  10:30  6.2  14.8  9.0  10.6  SAT TIME HT. FT.  3:05 12.1  5    7:25 10.6  SA    1:05 14.0  10:40 4.8  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  WED TIME HT.FT.  4:10     7.5  2  11:30    14.6  WE    6:45     8.1  SUN TIME HT. FT  4:05    13.0  6    8:30    11.2  SU    1:35  11:15  Tide Tables Courtesy of  * <0'^>    CLIP & SAVE  j 0 bc fgrrigs Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  Leave Langdale       Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am       .    3:30  9:30 M 5:30 pm  11:30 7:25 M  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Earls Cove Leave Saltery Bay  6:20 am     4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30        8:20 M  12:25 pmMs.,^Bu. 1:15 pm 9:15  ���a.*sft   On MAY 24,1113 ONLY mere srseitYSt  ���t"w   LaewBofeatloeBs. I t:M pel, leave Lei  6:40 am     4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30        8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  5:45 am 3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M 7:30  11:30 9:20  H-esaneke     Tksre ere eses seKhige Dee. Jl, 14,2��, 17,21,1112,  Mmrktew    *u*rtt,10,1,,12,1t*������ey2U2,21,24,il��l.  LsevsExT. Cove 2:90 em. iMMSefaary ley nweei.  Your mainland connection.  Service is our business.  885-6102  ��� 669-8238 mi free) 14  Co.ist News, November JO,   1992  Tahc Adx'antctgt; of our N*?xv C^/aussified Ad Spriitil  Jf*ZmUn y*o*r��T~ class m_fr*t?cl a*d *H>  times  and /*.orv for only? 2 tim*t?sl  *yJ*  ly  !���������������;���-��� J-1-: I  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  1     Homes &  Properly  fi/  /ESTER INTERIORS]  V  ��� Pleiad MonoajaWTSajnt  ��� Drafting Services  ��� Pointing  ��� Pa-apasr Hanging  ��� Cwpwntry  | BILL 886-3463||  Cozy 2 bdrm rancher. Lower Gib-  sons VegeiaDie and 'lower gar-  dam, fruit tries. Excellenl starter or  relirement Home Asking  $124,900 886-3609. 50*  Cleared. 2 2 acres with ocean  vie*. Soames Poml a'ea  $140,000 886-3360 TFN  Vew lot. Hiiiciesi Rd. Flat, ready lo  build. 886-2751. 49cn  3 - 5 bdrm family home. Mermaid  St. IA block trom schools, mall.  Fenced garden, carport, large  workshop. Ocean and mountain  vie*s $150,000 Box 706,  Sechell. No agents. 49cn  Wanled Young lamily man seeks  3 - 4 bdrm house with some vendor financing. Call Alan 1-926-  9259. 49cn  1560 sq.tt 3 yr old rancher. W.  Sechelt. Close lo comer store and  school 3 bdrm, 2 batn. living rm.  lamily rm, 2 car garage with opener lenced back yard $144,900  (385-4421 No agents please 49*  Pnme t/2 acre plus VIEW lol.  Roberts Creek. Pnvate road leads  lo sue locaieo behind *alertronl  property Close lo beach, store  $89,000 885-0905 49cn  Home on Redroolls Rd., i acre  lev. subdividabie w/back lane,  fenced pad. loft and garden. 2  bdrm. 5 appl.. hydro, lei., cily  water. Separate gar/shop Asking  $152,500. 984-6347 or rent $875.  Wesl Sechelt. Buill lo lock-up.  3200 sq. It.. 2 slorey home with  ocean view. 885-2556.       48cn  752 Hwy. 101,50n268lol. 3 bdrm.  older house. $165,000.886-9049  At Your Service  4k**  mz*   NATIONAL  Kl \l ISIAU MK\|( (  NRS CIBSONS REALTV LTD.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  Hffaffltt tmo, _Ul  1st  2nd  iKL-lyx  10.0   I �� is    *___*    150    175 I 10.0  t.M     ��75     1.75     t.M     *M \ t SO  4vr, >vr,  __* Bank Prime Rile t,7��%  For a complimentary market  ���valuation of "your property"  Call  Jerry Ridgeweli  Your Resident Realtor  886-M77  7 Love To Sell Real Estate'  CLASSIFICATIONS  1.    Horn* A Property  r'TN  l    Births  X    ObHtMrtM  4.    InMwnorlam  .*   Thank You  ���.   INrtoMl  GREAT)  7.    Aniwuncsmttnt  S.    fwcrMtton  ".    Wtoolnagt sj  vBEA/  E H QBsJWnsMtS  10.   Lod  11.  Found  IL ***�� t LiVeetaack  11. Musk  immmnw  14. Travel  11. Wenled  10. Fn*  17. QaartgeSelM  _________  ^_T  IS. ���art* a Trad*  N.  .tod Md BrMktMt  10. AeptancaM  11.  FOf flMt  M. Furniture  SI.  cofiinttswoiM For l*Wm  SI. For eat*  30.  IMsMMaMMsM  SL  Heevy Equlpmenl  M.  Help Wanted  ��. Autos  11.  Buelneee and Home  S4. Trucks  Servtcoe  SS. Camporra  M.  Work Wanted  IS. Marin*  17.  CMMCan  V. Mobile Homte  M.  Buelneee Opportunities  ���H. MolofcyclsN  10.  Level  SO. Wanted to Rent  40.  Too Late to Claetlly  8SSty"2S  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ���i People Places ������  In Pender Harbour  AC IMJILDINO SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place hbj-WI  MARINA PHARMACY  lender Harbour Ccnlrc 88.V2H88  In Halfmoon Bay  H & J store 885*9433  In Roberts Creek  R(HIERTS ( REEK <aENERAI. Sit)RE 885-J400  In Sechelt  THB COAST NBWS  ^  5521 Cowrie Street 88 J-3930  In Gibsons  THB COAST NBWS  557 Cruice Lane (behind Docksldc Pharmacy)  8f*f>a>fl22  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Dave Orr and his great staff will help you place  your chaslfieals at AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour.  ANDERSON REALTY  * RstcrMtlon * RtUrtmcnt  FREE  CATALOGUE  6886 Cowne St., Box 1218  Sechelt. BC., VON 3A0  SSS-3211 FAX 000-2000  Van. Toll Free 0044010  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard,  1400 sq. If. home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5935. ss  1/2 acre lol Lohn Rd, Redrooffs,  controlled subdivision, $49,500.1-  226-9660. ss  46' x 330' of prime low bank water  Ironl in Gibsons Harbour neat  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fined up for  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Tourist Commercial (02).  Double gaiage plus storage shed.  $169,500. Phone Jennifer 1-689-  7070. ss  BRIAN & ANNE  PARKER  We have purchasers for  Sunshine Coast properties.  Your buyer is likely in Greater  Vancouver or mapr cities  east and south  We know  how to reach them!  See our marketing plan and  you'll wanl our listing tea  working lor you  Ph: Pager 623-5116  Reo: 925-2427  SUTTON GROUP  aENTINFI  REAl IV  Mark, Bronwen. Jonathan and  Morgan are delighted lo announce  thai McKinlosh, William, Earle  Sutherland broke with the family  tradition of tardiness and arrived  on November 19,1992 at Grace  Hospital. Hearty thanks to Dr.  Burlin, Dr. Scott, Rita and the  shocking Paige for all the attention  and care in gettting Tosh off to a  flying slan M8cn  LAWRENCE: Passed away Nov.  24,1992, Rene Jay Lawrence, late  of Sechelt. Survived by 3 daughters: Judy (John) Karpenko: Jean  Kuan and Clare Ann Chapman; 6  grandchildren: Mark, Carole,  Michelle, Frances, Drew, and Jay.  Predeceased oy her husband Cecil  in 1974, and by 2 grandchildren.  Funeral service was held Sat.,  Nov. 26 in Ihe Chapel of Devlin  Funeral Home, Gibsons. Reverend  Bert Ramsey officiated, interment  Seaview Cemetery. Remembrance  donations to charily of your ctaoice.  Altnougn i smile and seem caie  Iree. No one misses you more than  me. There will always be a  heartache Otten a silent tear But  always precious memories ol the  days when you were here. From  Ait. Family and Fnends.     I48cn  Private Counselling  For individuals, couples and families. For appointments call Mary  Lang 886-8916. 52w  Think Christmas  <V ��<*�� tat  * HUNTER GALLERY*  I >!���>'" 7 Jays a sack - 10-4  Ciaici SetsBOl Kal  a. (kivvr, h  Kd  Upstairs 886-9022  Joe Walker  885-2235 or 885-7818  // \i\m lire thinking of buying  Of vffftu fWttlfrty (jMi/ri'/iiTi-  on the Swtfwtf tiM's' im./  BMrlJ i) ;ini/iNSh>JWi/ who will  rtiillit work ft>r yout ilttt'nvts,  flivst'guv nw limit.  pV *W*t  /\Q<-    Cenlu.yWe  Affordable quality home by builder,  1400 sq. It. up. lge recroom or  potential in-law down. Nice area,  close to all amenities. Call Craig or  Heather 866-2352.        ��48W  Wanted ��� private purchase, building lot, Robens Creek area - or  proximity. Prefer view lot. 929-  6071. ��48W  1990 35' Terry Resort, that looks  as good as any '92 and worth  $16,500. I'm looking for land with a  value anywhere Irom $16,500 to  $25,000. Any ideas? Call Ken at  886-9661 or tax 866-0399    49w  3 bdrm 2 level house, 240tt.x85tt.  lot. 30x15 workshop. Madeira  Park. $88,000.874-2213    48cn  Ocean view lot, Gower Pt. area.  $80,000.666-8497. 48cn  Tne Sutherlands thank Fanny  McBride tor leaving her strategic  planning meeting lor the  unplanned 48cn  To Ihe Shell gang1 She sells sea  shells by Ihe sea shore. Sechell  Shell does much much more"  Customer service is the very best  it tar surpasses an the rest"  Thanks again lor all you've done1  Vou really made a problem lun!1  Ken $ Chris Dickenson. Merry  Chnslmas to you all ��48cn  GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT  Craniosacral. Shiatsu. Polarity.  Reiki 20 yrs prolessional bodywork practitioner otters pain reliel  and relaxation Usha 866-2750.  51 en  Individualized art classes' Quality  supplies' Paintings, drawings or  poriraiture tor sale' Call artist  Laara WilliamSen 8864762.48cn  Drd you know first class word processing and laser pruning is available in Gibsons? Conlidenlial  Secretarial Services 866-4740  49cn  FITNESS FOB FREE!  7:30 pm every Mon. eve. at Fitco,  743 North Rd��� Gibsons. This is  your chance lo get your fitness  program started with STEP aerobics. NO CHARGE - jusl call to  reserve your siep. 8864606. TFN  COUNSELLING  Specializing in anger, depression,  eating disorders. Mary Pinniger,  M.A., R.C.C. 685-0867.      46cn  Attractive lady would like company  of gentleman 5545. Interested in  gardening, travel and walking.  Reply to Box 367 c/o Box 469  Coast News, Gibsons, BC    49w  For rent: 1 parking space in Horseshoe Bay. near lerry. Avail. Mon-  Fri. 524-1753 49w  Your life is in your hands. Palmistry and I Ching readings by  Dometria. For inquiries and  appointments please call 685-  0261. ��49W  J      ULVSKMLS  J  Pmefntaj A SpeKw OocHion?  Illusions Ftestaurarn has full  facilities lor large or small  groups. Banquet or  a-la-carte menu available.  For more intorrnaSon call  8650900.  Individual and lamily counselling,  also addiction, abuse and anger  management and issues. Bill  Hendry Cote, M.S. Roberts Ck.  685-0262. K48W  COMMUTERS!  Classic heritage apt. avail, weekdays, located near Burrard 1 Georgia. Rent neg. 886-9600    #50w  Announcements  Chtehako Ranch  November 30 - January 14  Gourmet Honeys, vinegars and  pepper lellyies make great Christmas gifts. Delivery available 686-  7659 2w  Annuel General Meeting  Driftwood Players  The annual general  meeting     for    the  Sunshine        Coast  Driftwood     Players  Society will be held on  Wed. Dec. 16th  at 8:00pm  at the Marine Room in  Gibsons  Please call  Nest Lewis at  886-7573.  to update -  your  membership  Up W '  IN YOUR HOME CATERING  Christmas, birthdays. Good  menus, good prices. Call Siggy  863-9929. 50cn  RELAXATION  GIVE THE GIFT OF RELAXATION  TO YOURSELF ( YOUR  FRIENDS. ELLEN BESSO,  TRAGER BODYWORK. GIFT  CERTIFICATES �� SHORT SESSIONS AVAILABLE. 886-3864.  ���50cn  U.F.A.W.U.  Annual Herring Sale  Dec. S ft 6/92  Gibsons Wharf  Proceed* to Elva. Club  ���SMZILIflN-TRflaDES  t-'xt-liiiivr Christmas C.tflt  from South America  lVI���ilr,I.Si,,n,. SCUtj,1111 f.  Wood CsvslninsY Bsilka  Mlwr.OyjtuleOenu  bwStoim'Ojuiuti, n��.)  Ajr.ilr A- Amrtliyai QcfadeB  (��K-li.ka &Splicirson  Various R,��ka  I'olialicil AnieOrasiter  Book End Seu  EjUJllUtfl Clay Aniamn roller)  Christmas Specials  10% - 20% Seiecied Items  Wholesale Prices-No GST  tloursiTlics.lt Wed 1.4:S0pm  Hilars, Frit Sal 10 am liMpm  1379 Non an Rd. (oh* Maaaon Rd.)  Waaal Stchrll - HS.5.517��  16' all-purpose English saddle  S350OBO 886-2049        50w  Yellow labX puppies. 8 wks old. To  good home only. Diana 886-8107  01886-9408 50w  Scottish Terrier puppies, ready lo  go by Dec. 16. $350. Phone 685-  9643 48cn  Horse owners, cheap stabling, lop  ol Lodryer Rd. RC 885-4794 49w  Good children's OH lor Iree  lease.OH incentive fund reg lor  sale to approved homes only 866-  7246 eves I50w  Geese and ducks Various breeds.  Iree 885-4855. 48cn  Chesapeake -Bay'Lab X puppies  available Dec I, $200. Pager n-  979-4138 numencal message only  ���49w  Boxer cross puppies, ready lor  Christmas to good homes. First  vaccination, wormed. $125.  9015. 48cn  Alncan Pigmy Goats. Does, bucks,  kids Excel, pets and bush clearing 883-2990 ss  Registered male Border Collie  pups. Ready early Dec. $300.  Registered Romni Ram. Great  fleece. $150.885-3506        ss  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlacl Then S Now Furniture.  699 Highway 101. Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Matlee Fashions.     NC  Help reduce the pel over-population problem ��� spay or neuter your  pel. - NC  Mary Kay has the latest colours lor  fall! Everything you need to create  a more beautiful you. Also an  exciting line ol fragrances, body  mousse, and powders. Great ideas  lor Chrislmas gifts! Call Yvonne  Valancius 886-4643. ��lw  Yamaha electric organ, model B-  4CR, $500. Phone 8B6-9127.50cn  The Sunshine Csast Arts  Council's Annuel  Salurday December 5th  10am - 4pm  Sechelt Indian Band Hell  Beautilul handmade crafts  Admission Adult. $1  Children Free  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  w?  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Hepburn Brothers beautilul inlaid  rosewood antique upright piano,  Circa 1900. $1100.865-7475.46cn  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  To book your Dance Music call  664-5430 49cn  Adult children ol Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3649 or 885-4622 for help.  NC  Professional Skale  Sharpening and Repair at  Trail Bay Sporls  Drop-Offe  Pender Harbour * Sechelt Shell  Sechelt * Trail Bay Sporls  Qlbeons * Frontrunnera  (Qabson. Perk Pvaaa)  Roclorfng  _mm___ - ������ - ���      as j  ML \________\i  3SZ fcatttfltttt  ��� Christmas SpecM ���  4 lessons for Ihe price ol 2  All Styles Avallablft  QIFT CERTIFICATES avail.  Steve Gillrow 866-2365  Piano, like new $1350 - 683-2329  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 c/doz. 886-9039.  TFN  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD. I  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Environment  Friendly Points  in All Colours ot  ,'/  me nsinbaw       4 '  ...including Oreen<|  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 88S-29231  Res. 885-5058  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House lor confidential 24 hi service. 885-2944. TFN  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem' Call Al-Anon  686-9903, 885-7464, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565. NC  Yvonne Barrie is now an outside  sales rep lor Elite Travel. 686-  4662,866-2522 S1cn  Reno ��� day flights trom $149. London - Irom $669. Puerto Vallarta -  2 bdrm condo avail, from $450/wk.  Golf pkgs ��� to many destinations.  Special reductions for seniors.  Free passport service. Looking for  the best price? Try us. Call Bill of  Incentive Travel al 885-5964 or 1-  921-8131, Bam to 10 pm, 7 days a  week. 50cn  Sega Genesis in good condilion.  866-4561 50w  Set ol weight lifting weights. 686-  3948 48cn  FURNITURE  Sporting Goods  & Appliances  WE SELL ON CONSIGNMENT  caii 886-0225, i...  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  ALCOHOLICS   ANONYMOUS  886-7883,24 hour line.       TFN  Slorage lor 23'trailer. 686-6838  50w  Prinler for Mac computer (reasonable) 886-2622 (ask lor Sue)TFNs  Electric piano keyboard (lull size  pressure sensitive) for college  music student on very limited budget. 886-2513. 50w  Snow shoes. Call 865-2604.i50w  Fridge, X' wide, 60' high or smaller, reasonable price. 886-8097.  50cn  8 wk old puppy near Keith Rd.  Black with brown feet. 686-0112-  4801  Older mobile home or travel trailer  approx. Iff to 24'. 885-4594.50cn  3/4 size acoustic guitar tor beginner. 886-2429. 49cn  Class of '83 Reunion meeiing.  Dec. 3, 7:30 pm. Cedars Pub or  phone 886-4553. 46w  Canadian Forces belt, near Ceno-  taph in Sechelt. 865-6322 days.  46cn  Near Park Rd., Siamese cat, very  Irlendfv. B86-3370. 48cn  Children's downhill ski gear, 100-  120 cm skiis, boots, poles, bindings. 886-3841. 48w  Person to spare on Wednesday  night bowling league. 8864577 or  886-9124. 46w  I*  Greenhouse space needed for  beginning of Jan. '93.1 provide the  seeds it you can provide Ihe lime  and expertise lo bring them Irom  germination to the hardening oft  stage. 886-9168 49w  Large 5' lo ff braided rug Blue,  oval or round. 886-9346      48w  Deerhides for drums Call Celtic  Crafts 886-2844. 48*  Wanted. Used water oed m good  condition. Reasonable pnee 885-  6336. 48cn  Trailer suitable lor 1 person, to  occupy Oct thru Dec. 686-9563  TFNs  Speed Oueen washer in need of  repair 886-9430 48cn  Complimentary Facial  Personalized skin care program  customized for your skin type Dermatologist-tested Call today for a  Iree consultation, Gloria Fritz, independent Mary Kay beauty consultant. 885-5715 I1w  18 Barter  and trade  4 pc. chesterfield suite, exc cond..  just cleaned. $250: single box  spnng S mattress, gd. cond., $35.  B85-0159W886-X43.       I50w  White rattan table. 36' glass top. 4  swivel arm chairs. 4' loam cushions, $650:42 x 70 drk brown dining table with 2x15 leaves, 4 side  chairs, 2 caplains chairs. $950.  886-9062 49cn  Oak dining room suite. 48' round,  22' leal. Four chairs $375. 885-  7872 49w  Sklar-Peppler chesterfield and  loveseal. contemporary Wues/rose  iweed. As new Irom smokelree  home, $800.883-2988.       48w  2 twin size box springs and mattresses Clean. $75 ea. 886-3714.  tfn  GREAT BUY  Cheslerlield. chair and loveseat,  recliner. kitchen table with chairs,  cotlee table and dresser, patio set.  All in excellent shape. $600. 886  7323 48cn  Oak dining room suite, 6 chairs,  china cabinet Beautiful condilion  $2000.886-7323 48cn  Newly recovered, used sofa in floral tapestry, $249. Kern's Home  Furnishings. TFN  350 Chev eng compression tested.  Swap for cash or high performance  parts. 886-7227 TFN  1969 Buick GS California ��'s  maich 350 Auto, Nds bodywork  otherwise mint. Swap for besl 4X4  valve $2000.886-7227       TFN  19.Appliances  30' Kenmore elec. range, will  deliver. $100. 886-2622 ask lor  Bill. TFNs  Large Toshiba microwave'emper-  ature probe, immaculate $150.  Price of small one new. 886-3822  48cn  New 5.3 cu ft Ireezer, used 1 winter, $175.885-5396. 50cn  Will buy non-working or used  major appliances. Phone Bjorn at  885-7897. 50cn  Kenmore white 17 cull 2D FF,  $579: Admiral white 15 cu It 2DR  FF, $399: Whirlpool almond 14 cu  ft FF, $439: Gumey white stove  30', $349: McClary H.gold stove  30', $279; G.E. H.G. fridge 2 DR  FF 15 cult, $429; G.E. white dryer,  $239; Hotpoint port. DW almond,  $249; Kenmore 24' white stove,  $249; Viking 30' H.gold stove,  $259; Admiral 15 cu fl almond FF  fridge, $449; Kenmore H.D. white  dryer, $249; Inglish Liberator 2 spd  3 eye washer, $369; Moffat built-in  dishwasher, $249; Simplisity port,  dryer |120v), $189; and more. All  recond. with 90 days lo 2 years  warranty, parts and labour. Phone  Bjorn 885-7897 or Corner Cupboard 885-4434. 50cn  WNle Maytag washer, exc. cond.  $200,885-7551. 50cn  2-1/2 yr old w/d set, fridge and  stove. 885-4703. 48w  GE washer, 2 sp., 4 cycle. $250.  886-3714. tfn  Almond stove, Hotpoint $350.  While washer, dryer, Hotpoint  $600. pair as new. 8854311.48cn  CONVIRTING  TO GAS?  GE, Jenn-Air,  Magic Chef*  Caloric  GAS RANGES  all available of  HCHUT  roiNITOMUND  Sunshine Coasl Hwy,  Sechell  885-5756  USED FURNITURE FOR SALE  Ilems 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 165/195/14 $45;  new garborator $200. On display  at 1023 Venture Way Gibsons.  Call Jack 866-0225 (days)  CONSIGNMENTS WELCOME  BEAUTIFUL CONDITION  Dining room suite, 6 chairs, china  cabinet. Offers 886-7323.    50cn  4 pc bedrrom suite incl. double  mirror $900.686-2370       48w  43 dining room chairs, black  leather upholstery, solid wood  legs/armrests. $12 each or $450  lor all. 865-7038. 48w  ROYAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES  al comrjotilive prices.  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  885*2171  Open 7 days a wee*       .  Wam winch 8000 lbs with new fair  lead $500.886-3150 50w  Converting to gas. Selling  brass/glass door, firescreen, companion sel and wood carrier. Compiele set $175.885-7516     50w  Moving Sail  Kitchenware, linens, nic-nacs,  beds, small enamel, wood-burning  stove, electronic keyboard  ($1000), furniture, books and  records. Everything must gol 886-  9203 48cn  Wood slove $100, new 27' boy's  Norco 12 spd. $100,.nirl's roller  skates (size 6) $2ff, do'wnif I ski  boots (size 9) $25, roland printer  PR1012 $275, TV channel converter $50.8868867 eves.   50w  2 prs ladies Nordica size 9 ski  boots used 4X's $45, apr. JVC  receiver 60W w/equalizer {200,  JVC cassette player $75, 2 ultra  linear speakers $125 pr, 1/2 of a  float lor boat up to 22 ft at Selma  Park break-water $250.685-3114  50w  Schrader fireplace insert, good  condition $275 O.B.O. 886-4856  50w  Grade 2 shingles $100 for 2  squares. 685-0331 50w  Christmas bikes  Boys mountain, girls' ��� both 20 inch  wheels, Girl's 10 spd, 19 inch  trame, trk*yae. 865-5779     50w  Wanted: Printer lor Mac computer  (reasonable) 886-2622 (Ask lor  Sue) TFNs  Incorporate recycling into Christmas this year and shop second  hand. FOR OLDE TIMES SAKE  has many, many creative potential  gifts, gift certificates and a lay-  away plan. Come 8 browse at your  leisure. Bring this ad with you for a  10% discount. The Seasons Best  to you all Irom Karen and I. Sandra  Leach, Proprietor, For Okie Times  Sake, Pratt Rd. and Hwy. 101.  886-8261. 50cn  Roomy camper, for small truck,  wooden trailer/hitch. Together  $275060.885-6312.      I50cn  Warehouse Clearance diPietro  Designs. Handpainled clothing.  Open Wed. lo Sal. starling Dec. 2  thru Dec. 19 Great Dealt for  Chrislmas 1010 Venture Way,  Gibsons 886-7069. I50w  bahliai Galore gift certificates  available for Chrislmas giving.  Tubers mailed anywhere in Canada in April. Special...5 asst. varieties $10, plus $3.50 shipping.  Certificates available top of Selma  Park Rd. 886-9820. -50w  Fisher FP insert, $200; new quality  twin beds incl. frames, $250; bath  tub pink, $75; wheelchair, $150.   #50w  The Honeyman  Now Selling  Peace River Honey  Parrrnwik Apiary Farms  Delicious Christmas Gift  Gibsons 886-2604   MOw  Crib with mattress, $60 OBO;  playpen, $30 090.886-2604.   I50w  Great holiday gift! IBM compatible  computer, 2 floppy, 20 MB h/dhve,  VGA monitor software, extras,  S400.885-3769. KG* Coast News, November 30,  1992  15  Tttkt' .���li/i'n��i/Ijil.t. ttfottr New dfissijiiui Ad Special  Run your- classified acl 6 times,   g$  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  ___^ Noon Friday  and pay for only 2 times! ___ sochJitolrfta&  '88 Woodmizer 40HD bandsaw   7 canopy suitable for SI 0 c/w stur-  mll Trailer pkg < 550 hrs, lap sad-   dy boat rack. 883-9966.      49cn  ing attach., carriage cover, auto ���������  gnnder. tooth setter, misc spare Swasher, good cond., $60;  parts. $22,000 OBO 886-3001 ss ���**��� c,lb "i,,, mattress, $80. 885-  6300. 49cn  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 pays  to spread  the word.  Chesterfield and chair $300. Inglis  slove top $200. swag lamp $100.  All like new. 885-5817.       49cn  Two bedroom carpets. 12x1? and  10'xl V, good cond. $25 each or 2  lor $40: 3 pee. single bed $40  86*0159,686-0043. 49cn  Glass lop lable. 4 chairs. $100;  Iree standing Jolly Jumper, $35;  Stihl 064 A V. power saw, $1250  value, sell lor $700 OBO. 886-  2595. 49cn  HONEY  Local unpasteunzed, by the buckel. or I kg tub 886-2127.    49cn  Fisher brick-lined l/place insert.  Excel, cond. $200 OBO. Phone  685-7719,6-6 pm. 48cn  Newer 18 cu freezer $175. Binti-m  dishwasher $125. Humtdilier $80.  French doors with side lights $150.  Sliding patio doors Arthur 686-  7200. 48cn  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Robens Creek 885-9969.    TFN  Super-8 or regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod and light, $125.886-9420  TFN  GOOD HAY  $5.00/Bale Delivered  Straw UOO/bale  Call Between 12-lptn  M5-9357  TFN  Handcrafted solid pine locking Sewer rodding machine on trailer 3  horses, loy boxes. Great lor Xmas. hp engine, 6 bits up to 10'. Excel-  A lasting gitl. 866-2298.      49cn    lent condition. $450 885-9068.  ss  Old fashioned sleel single bed  w/circular h/brd. $35: padded moving blankets. $5 ea. 885-7678.  50cn  Stuff 'n Such in Horseshoe Bay is  celebrating their first anniversary.  All stock 30% off. Sal., Nov. 28 ���  Mon. Dec. 7. 48w  Wen's X-country ski boots, size 8;  ladies X-country ski boots, size 8,  $10 ea; two wooden bar chairs  $10 ea; CCM girdle and shell  men's med. $40; Cooper mask  new $10. 50cn  Solid wood interior french doors,  $150.886-8899. 50cn  Loveseat, 2 piece beige, $30;  wooden rocking chair, black, gold  trim, $30,886-3400. 50cn  Mircowave and cart, $180; mirror  3x5'. $95; 2 small lamps. $25;  micro can, $55: new record player,  $60.885-6465. 50cn  Canon NP 155 photocopier, 3  trays, 8-1/2'x1f, 8-1'2'x14'.  11'x17' lor low volume occasional  copying. $369. Call B85-2202.50cn  Moving snapper rolo tiller, bdrm  suile (French Provincial), kitchen  set, collee lable. patio set.  cheslerlield. convertible dinette lor  van, air compressor. 885-2616.  50cn .  Seasoned lirewood. mixed $100  cord. 685-2362 morning or  evening. 50cn  Antique diamond ring $500,  assessed $950.885-2704.  50cn  LEE FOREST PRODUCTS  High qualily seasoned alder firewood, $95/cord plus delivery. 885-  4814, cellular 1-250-2665.     1cn  ATMILLSITE  Split firewood $65 cord; clean sawdust, free; 2' common fir lumber,  $350 Ibm; bundles of lirewood  slabs, $30 bundle; round, peeled  cedar fBneeposts, 65c tt. 885-2339  eves. 50cn  SMOKED SALMON  Lox, $8 per Ib. Phone Tim. 885-  4818   Bakers, Candy Makers, Craftsrs  Quality plastic boxes 7'x7'x2-t/2\  well below cost price. 885-3995.  49cn  Amana microwave. Exc. cond. 700  watts, $125.886-2673.      49cn  'Gibson' fridge and slove set,  Kenmore washer, dryer sel, Admiral coloured TV, 26*. 686-8545  after 4 pm. 49cn  Hall price: Table Charm dinner-  ware sel, Victoria pattern, full service tor 8.865*040. 49cn  IT CAN HAPPEN  The Trailer Bay Project: a community waterlront park in the heart ol  Sechelt. Memberships $10. Books  and Stuff. Trail Bay Mall. Information 885-2339. 49cn  SEASONED FIREWOOD  Spirt, delivered  Gibsons $100 cord  Sechell $130 cord  886-0110  49cn  US Blind hemmer industrial sewing  machine $1000 OBO. 885-7537.  48w  Zoom lens 80-210 Tamron 885-  4447 at Photoworks S150.   49cn  Yamaha PSR-1B electronic keyboard c/w adaptor and stand. As  new $250. Solid mahogany window door 80'x32'x1-3/4" c/w  hinges and entry lock sel. Exc.  cond. $100; stationary exercise  bike $30. After 5 pm. 886-9711.  48w  Utility Shelving  Made of pine 64'H x 31'W x 12'  deep. 885-3655. 48w  Dining room table, 4 chairs, wood  burning furnace, interior door and  frame, bifolds, fixtures and more.  Best offers. 885-5473 eves. 48w  Children's picnic table, $23; cedar  wheelbarrow planters $8 and $16.  865-3285. SS  Rowing machine  A|ay 'Power Row' like new $125.  885-7136. 48w  Snow Tires (2) radiais, steel belted, P195/75R14 on Ponliac rims  $70 each. 865-9553. 48w  Hansen Weather Port insulated  vinyl quanset hut, 15'x30'x9'. Use  as workshop, hangar, or to live in.  Easily transportable. $3500. 686-  7815. 48w  Singer sewing machine, $75; exercise bike $100; 3 spd bicycle, $90.  885-4059. 48w  Apple 2E, 2 drives, monitor, printer, software, $350, Sears 26'  colour TV $100.885-2066   50cn  Alder Firewood, split and delivered. $75/cord. Pender area. 883-  2154 49w  Garbage Burner $100, dishwasher  $100 O.B.O., ceramic tile $10/box,  door 3'X6'.6' $8. wash basin $8.  886-9292 49w  Pertect Chrislmas Present! 8-  room, 2-lloor Doll House. Comes  wilh barbies and accessories.  $150O.B.O.885-3192        49w  Generator 3000w 110v/220v. Bng-  gs engine. $275.886-9737   49w  Perlect winter Protect! Completed  mold/plans -16 tt. row boat to be  built with cedar strips. Finished  boal can be seen $250.885-7227  4801  Gold/aluminum roll bar and brush  guard, with log lights. Fits small  size truck $300 O.B.0.885-5263  49w  Fibreglass full size canopy $300  O.B.O. 865-0183 4 9wHans  Weather Port insulated vinyl  quanset hut, 15'x30'x9'. Use as  workshop, hangar, or to live in.  Easily transportable, $3500. 886-  7815.     ��*  New 286 IPC computer IBM comp.  with monitor, printer, $600 OBO.  8854602. M8W  Envlro fire pellet stove. New.  $1600 OBO. 686-9258. ss  Cash paid for anything old - tin ad  signs, pocket watches, old docks  (working or not), jewellery, furniture, etc. 6863905. 4Bcn  Airco Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 885-6276 ss  Grow Great garlic. Gel ready lor  fall planting ol large organic garlic.  One pack 20 cloves. ($5.00) incl  postage eVplanting instructions.  Send to Organic Creek Farm,  RR��2, S20, C-14, Gibsons, BC,  VON 1V0. TFNs  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 toad. 8868204. ss  Parker + Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushneil  scope. Marlin 444s Winchester,  Queen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 865-5467. ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, lighl weight, ergonomic  design grip belt. $850 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  684-5240  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES I LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 885-5669  or 685-5601. TFN  22.Heavy  Equipment  1977 J.D. 410 backhoe. Good  cond.needs heater. $9500 OBO  50cn  1932-1935 John Deere, Mode D  Farm tractor in exceptionally good  running cond. 686-4933    48w  1977 JD 410 backhoe, good working condition, $10,800 OBO. 886-  7372 or 885-5730. SS  955 CAT loader $7,000 885-2503  '84 Renault. 5 GTL. good cond  New clutch, new tires, with sun  root. $1200 OBO. 886-2750. 48w  '83 T-Bird. P/S. P/B, C/C. P/W,  stereo cassette, excellent condition 885*851. $3,300       49cn  1986 Pontiac Scooter, standard,  good cond. $2500 8850695 49cn  1986 Mercury Topaz, good cond.  AH options, super clean. $2800  OBO. 886-4926 49cn  1965 Mustang fast-back. 289 auto,  totally rebuilt dnve-tram Very nice  cond. $7300 OBO 886-4926 49cn  1975 Custom Valiant slant 6. good  tires. P/S. clean. $600 885-2309  belore 9 am 49cn  1988 Z24 Silver black V6,5 speed,  digital dash, am/tm, air. cruise, lilt  wheel, lad mags, $7795, economical perlormer. Days 866-2700.  evening 666-2615 Ken        48*  1991 Dodge Colt auto. 40.000  kms. Still under warranty Exlras,  assume lease. 24 months. 885-  7940. 48w  1981 powder blue Escort, good  condition, new exhaust, needs  new dutch. 885-6041.        48w  1977 Pontiac Trans Am 400, 4  spd, great shape. 885-5954. 48*  1980 Pontiac Lamans, good condition, $1200 OBO. 885-7033. 48w  '86 Skoda 4 dr, 4 spd, roof rack,  radio/cassette. Needs muffler.  $750,886-9516. 48cn  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj.  great mileage. Exc. cond. $3600.  886-7520. ss  Parts car 1971 Volvo SW runs  $350O.B.0.885-5160        49w  '82 Chev Cavalier, 4 dr., 4 sp.,  good cond.. little rust, AM/FM cassette, cheap reliable transport,  $950.885-2948. ��49W  '86 Skoda 4 di. 4 spd. Rool rack,  radio/cassette. Needs muffler.  $750.886-9516. 48cn  '87 Camaro, T-root, 5 sp., power,  low kilometres. $6250. '67 Toyota  4x4 SR5 X-cab, 5 sp., $9800. 76  Corvette T-tops, like new. $400.  46cn'  BODY REPAIRS  A PARTS/PAINTING  Restoration ��� Private  fi Dealer Wholesale  TOWING  886-?i27  1178 Stewart Rd.  Now N. Rd. klypa**  Co, * IV Storttf. Avoalatle  1976 New Yorker. A-1 cond.. low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025   ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor the  sel. with covers. 886-9500 anytime ss  1974 Oldsmobile. new brakes and  exhaust Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO 885-1943.       SS  1986 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  aulo od, 4 door, exc cond $7,495.  686-7520 or 866-2111 ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext., rebuilt engine & transmission. Pnced to sell $3850 Call 686-  8510 after 6:00 pm. ss  1971 LandRover - 88 completely  rebuilt. Oilers.. PTO Avail. BB3-  2669. ss  1975 Tnumph TR7, excellenl condition, new dual exhaust, radial t/a  tow profile tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down lor lamily size  car or 11 ft. camper. 885-9069.  ss  77 Ventura, v-6 std. only 66.000  mi. Clean, new radiais. $750.885-  9553. ss  1985 Citation II, V6, 4 spd. Only  33,000km. $3200.885-9553. ss  '77 Camaro, 39,000 org. miles.  While int. excellenl. Rusty $950  OBO. 886-2111 ss  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  886-7150.  1990 Chevy S10 4X4.4.3 L auto.,  power everything, very good  cond.$11,900 OBO 885-3240  Mi  '74 Westlalia. Fully camperized.  1800 cc. $2000 lirm 686-7521.  48cn  '81 Toyota 4x4, bright yellow. 4 sp  Completely rebuilt pwr tram, brand  new clutch, lues, brakes, elc.  Many accessories Asking $4300  PatBB6-��8B6 48cn  1979 E350 Ford van. $600 obo  885-5717 TFN  Full alia 1990 Dodge van, V6  aulo. $8500 M6-8301        II  I960 Chev 4 ion dump truck. 366  HP. 2 spd rear end. 6-B yd box.  $6500 lirm 686-8550 eves   ss  79 Ford 12 passanger van, V6  aulo good cond $3295 OBO 886-  7520 or 886-2111. ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 tan  pick-up. 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB.  61.000 km., box mat. toolbox.  $6700. BB5-2836.865-7413    ss  '77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  1981 Ford 1-250.4x4 wilh rock box  $5500.886-4599. ss  28   Motorcycles  10 tl libreglass $300. 12 ti libre-   '82 Yamaha YZ490. $1000; '91  glass wilh oars $400, 6 HP   Honda CR250. $3100 8864746.  Manner $400 885-5032.     49cn I49W  1967 Chevelle auto st.6, 4 door,  great condition. $1500.886-7859  2w  1986 Toyota Tercel $4500. Phone  886-9461 47w  1965 Subaru GL Wagon as is or  tor parts $500.886-2219     50w  1975 Mercury Comet. Good  engine, good tires, good brakes,  new muffler. Some rusl bul good,  reliable car. Complete service  record. $550.886-3845       50w  1975 Nova 2 dr, 6 cyl., auto,  straight, clean, 1 owner. Everything works. $500.886-7227 46cn  1981 Dodge Omni 4 cyl.. aulo, ps,  clean interior $500.885-3337 ss  1988 Toyola 7 pass, van, auto, tilt,  Pioneer sound, absoutely immaculate. $11,400.865-5779        ss  1984 Lynx 4 dr, 5 spd, new all-  season lires. Absolutely immac.  One owner $2650 OBO. 885-9368  lv. mess 50cn  1988 Jena Slalom, mel. grey,  loaded, 50.000 kms., show rm.  cond,$8995OBO 866-8522.  ���50w  '77 Dodge 4 dr. rusty but reliable.  Asking $600.885-9265      50cn  1981 Chevetle. 96.000 kms. 4 cyl  aulo, no rust, clean, new lires.  $1075.886-7227. 48cn  1982 Mustang, 4 cyl auto, 94,000  orig. kms, P/S, super clean, new  tires. $1,600 OBO. 886-7227.48cn  EXCELLENT VALUE)  '86 Thunderbird, 43,000 kms, lady  driven, non-smoker, very clean.  $5,695 OBO 886-0971.     TFNs  '84 Reliant, good cond., low kms.  $2500.866-8305 50cn  '84 Toyota Celica GTS. Good  shape. $3700 OBO. 886-7648. ss  19B2 Volkswagen Scirocco,  107,000 km. Parked 4 years. No  rust. All service records, GT 14  tires, ski rack, sunroof, $1,300  invested last month, new electrical  (battery regulator, wiring, computer) recaro setas fast, must sell,  buying Jeep. $4,500 lirm. Call Cliff  886-0312, leave message.  49cn  77 BMW 320 in great shape,  $3500080.885-2310.      ��49w  1987 red Chev Sprint. Excel, cond.  $1900080.885-7930.      4801  1981 Datsun 210, 5 spd. hatchback. Good running cond. $1100.  685-1975 eves, or leave message.  1982 Mercury Zephyr. Very reliable 6 cyl., auto, $795.886-9372  ss  76 Trans Am, 400 big block, auto,  elec windows, $899 OBO. 886-  9500 anytime. tfn  78 Olds Delta 66, 350 auto,  loaded, new rear tires, exc. cond.  886-9500 anytime. tin  '60 Malibu SW, 267 Bcyi auto, ps.  pb, tilt, nice family car. New studded snows. $975 O.B.O. 886-7227  tin  TOTAL  CLEAROUT  All vehicles  must be sold  40 vehicles  from  $150 -$4,950  (D83I7)  MIKE PlIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  5645  Wharl Rd.  Se.h.ll  883-4004  1964 deluxe Sierra Olds. Loaded,  incl. computer lor Iravel. Lois ol  new parts. $5500 OBO. 885-4602.  ���48W  1961 Buick Skylark, good cond.  886-3368 SS  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  885-4004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 OBO. 886-3646 ss  1974 Datsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 ss  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2833 or 886-7464. ss  CASH PAID  For Sortie Can And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parti  886-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  663-9234. ss  1960 Camaio 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113.  ss  DRUGLORD TRUCKS! $100  86 BRONCO $50  91 BLAZER $150  77 JEEP CJ $50  Seized Vans, 4x4's. Boats.  Chooie from thousands starting  $50.  -24 Hour Hotline.  801-379-2935       Copyright  ���BC104KK Ben  '69 3 ton Chev, flaldeck, 5 + 2  Irany, new Iront tires, needs  inspection. $3250.886-3001.  ss  1988 Chevrolet PU Cheyenne  electronic luel injected V6, 5  speed, standard, new condition,  $9400.885-2742. ��50w  '82 5-ton Ford diesel. 3208 Cat  engine, 135.000 kms.,20 ft. box,  exc. mech. cond., $7800. 886-  9600. ��50w  73 Ford P/U, S1100. Alice 886-  7774. ��48cn  1961 Chev 350,4 spd, good cond.  $2500 OBO. 886-9979.      50cn  19B2 GMC 15. low kms. 305 auto.  like new. $3495.886-7227. 48cn  1984 Nissan 4x4 King Kab. new  tires, tonneau cover, exc. run.  cond. $4,000.885-0244 alt. noon.  ss  1981 F.150, good cond. $3500  OBO. 885-3670. 50cn  Lale 1969 F-350 4x4, extra 1/2 Ion  payload w/long wheel base, 12'  deck w/removable sides. 3 large  sleel storage boxes, 3 loadbinder  w/4' straps, cloth interior w/conve-  nience group. 460 engine w/H.D. 4  spd aulo, elect overdrive trans,  dual lanks. 36.000 kms. $16,500  lirm 885-2339 5-9 pm.       50cn  '81 Ford F150XLT. black. 110.000  miles, immaculate, runs great,  looks even better. $2950. Jim 886-  3148 (eves) 49cn  1981 Ford 1/2 ton pickup. $2950.  885-6110. 49cn  1991 S10 1/2 Ion Chev, low mile:  age, $7000 OBO. 886-3922.49cn  Are you ready lor winter' Buy my  1982 Toyola Land Cruisesr diesel  and you'll be ready lor anything.  885-4699 days. 885-2833 nights.  4Bw  1 TON DUALLY CAB CHASSIS  1981 Exterior update on 1975  SWB Dodge Irame. New Chrysler  RV 440 steel crank 10.25:1 torque,  beast over $2500 just spent, have  bought new truck. $2888. 866-  7227 TFN  1987 Ford Ranger 4X4. 6 cyl., 5  spd, cuslom F.G. Canopy, dual  battery system, overload springs,  new snow tires. Excellenl cond.  886-9966 $8500 49w  1980 GMC Heavy 1/2 with canopy,  runs well. Phone 885-5173. 48cn  1980 Ford 250, VB auto., gd.  shape, $1700.883-9362.   #49w  25 Campers  1978 24'security class "C M.H.,  exc. cond. $11,900. 885-2392.  Also cable snow chains. $45.50cn  25' Triple E class A Motorhome.  Generator, rool air, tow miles, exc.  cond. $17,000.886-7237   49*  '83 Travelaire 20' 5th Wheel, 886-  8838. 48w  24' 5th Wheel 1988 Scamper, lully  loaded, exc. cond. Must sell. Asking $13,000. 886-4949 or 886-  2611 (days). 4Bcn  27' Vanguard Travel Trlr. Very  good cond. $7000.885-5444 SS  19 ft. travel trailer, Vanguard, twin  axle, lully contained, sleeps 4,  $5500.8854602. ��48W  1975 GMC camper van. Good  tires, 6 cyl., auto. $1000 OBO. 683-  9979 st  1976 Dodge camperized van.  aulo, p/s.p(b, cruise, rear bed, cupboards, icebox, sink, $1,500.316  eng. 686-2512 ss  12 fool aluminum boat wilh motor.  885-3229 50w  27' Carver new Suzy diesel.  $15,000,886-9979. 50cn  14' aluminum boat, 9.9 Johnson,  $1100. 886-3400 after 5 pm  please. 50cn  17' KC Hardtop c'w colour  sounder, anchor winch, etc. 49 HP  Merc O/B. 863-9968 49cn  19�� Johnson 25 HP  Like new. 27 hrs total running,  manual steering, first oiler over  $1.000 cash secures. 885-2695  49cn  1985 16' Canaventure. tull canvas  $600 153 IOMC) or Merc engine  block $300, 1972 24 Fiberlorm  rebuilt engines, legs and loo much  more to list Appraised at $20,500  Sacnlice at $11.000OB.O. or  irade 686-4699 49w  11 FT. MIRP.0 CRAFT BOAT  7.5 hp Honda engine and EZ  loader nailer $1700.1469-9103  49w  19B7 Campion 250 Haida CB. lully  loaded, exc cond Musi sell  $26,000 O.B.O. 886-8344    TFN  16' Double Eagle with 90hp Evinrude. trailer, radio. CB. depth  sounder, $1700 886-7237    49w  SaabiB hp diesel as new, shah,  prop, exlras. $3500. Volvo Penla  MD 21A. 4 cyl. diesel, used.  $1000.886-2024. 48cn  Good 12 tl. aluminum boat $600 or  irade' 885-7167 ss  19B120' double Eagle hardtop 200  HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6), Gibsons  Marina, $17,500.886-2694.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.    TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  12 ft. aluminum boat $600, 685-  7167. ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  fast and in top condition, surveyed  value $8500, oilers 1 trades considered. 886-2738. ss  19 II. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold. $3500.666-3457.       ss  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc cond..  garage kepi. $5500 686-9595. ss  1961 Honda C8650 custom,  immaculate 25.600 original K's,  $1250080.686-7376       ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new.  otters 8968622. ss  29 Wanted  to rent  Cabin, mm facilities lor writer.  686-3924 49cn  4 bdrm house, Rbts. Ck to  Sechelt needed Jan. 1. working  NS. reliable women Phone 885-  4883or 885-3719 ��50w  3-4 bdrm home. Gibsons lo Rbls.  Ck., tor Jan 1/93.6863663.I2W  Prolessional person needs small  house in Hallmoon Bay - Roberls  Creek area 895-9308.     48cn  Do you have a barn or shed lhat  can store a 20' travel trailer in the  Gibsons area? Phone 886-7322  49w  Professional person needs small  house in Hallmoon Bay ��� Roberts  Creek area. 865-9306.     48cn  2 lo 3 bedroom house Roberts  Creek to Langdale. lor Jan. 1.885-  6395. 48cn  Gibsons  Spacious 3 bdrm skynght wall to  wall carpet, palio. bright, ocean-  view $625.886-7018 TFN  2 bdrm waterfront cottage, wood  and oil heat, cable incl. now to  May 31. $600/mth. 438-3843 50w  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS UO.  Captain llll Murray I  M.C.MM.C    MN.A M.S.I  M A B Y C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  Johnson 6 HP, musl sell due to  health. Offers. 885-2342.    50cn  1965 Double Eagle 17-1/2' wilh  1985 90HP Merc O/B and Calkins  trailer c/w D.S. downrigger elc.  885-7458 after 6. $10,500.  49cn  27.Mobile Homes  BRAND NEW 14x71  $33,900 FP  DLX. home FOB lactory.  Mult have own location.  597-3322 tfn  NEW MANAGEMENT  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Park is now under new ownership  and management. We still have 5  sites available for new homes.  Show homes available lor viewing.  Contact tr. 1106, 886-2597, 597-  3322 TFN  1980 Highwood 14x70 mobile for  removal. 3 bdrms., large master  has bay window and ensuite with  garden soaker tub - circle kilchen  with maple cabinets - live appliances, Venetians throughout,  $29,900. Karen 885-6412.      ss  28.Motorcycles  1992 Kawasaki Ninja ZX 600,  $5000.886-6996. ss  1 it $1500 TAKES!  1980 1100 cc Gold Wing (tour)  60.000 kms., lots ot chrome. 886-  0003. M9w  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  fdffes  Don Sutherland  2 BDRM Older *Charact��r"  Home. Private Waterfront,  Franklin Rd Reia W75{ffio  886-8107  From December 6 to mid-March,  large house in prime location with  extensive view, one block from  lower Gibsons, on bus route, 2  bdrm and office (or three bedrm),  completely lurnished and lully  equipped. Ideal lor prolessional  couple or commuters. $l400/mth  includes hydro, refs required. 886-  2534 46cn  Gibsons deluxe 1 bdrm lumished  view suite. $550/mth includes utilities. Suitable n/s single. 886-9076.  4801  $575/month  Cozy 2 bdrm house, central Gibsons, spectacular view, oil and  wood heat. Avail. Dec. 1. Call all.  5 pm 8868923 50w  Jan. 1 view Hopkins Landing, 3  bdrm plus den, garden, parking,  hot tub, w/d, wood stove, Ireezer  $750/mth, n/s preler. 1237 Port  Mellon Hwy Phone 277-4725,886-  8162 50w  y for ?*  FOR ONE WEEK  In #Hli#f fli# PROrt-Boy  or WaakeHidw MHton  up to 10 word*  25 conta tor teach  additional word.  Froo: Losl.  Found * Froo  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be canceled unless you instruct us lo renew il  by claisitied deadline ��� Noi available to, commercial oaWaera  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Wookondor  NOON TUESDAY  Sechelt 885-3930  Monday Edition  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 H<        Coast News, November 30,   1992  Tttl:���' Attit'49t$t*m_**9 <��/~*>i*r .Xi-lf C'laxsi/'ia-ti Alt Sf^aSrCaUtl  Coast News (Monday)  Run your classified ad 6 times,   �� c,asNoonFr1dnay  and pay for only 2 times! yssr        Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  31   For Rent  31   ForRenl  32   Commero.il  for Rent  Waterfront apt m Secret Cove. rvs.  io Dels. $450 885-9368 lv mess  fjfcn  ' oedroom suite Dec 15 Seima  Park. 5600mo 885-7719   MO*  Spacious i Dorm. wail-wall carpet.  Skviigni.$50amo 886-7016 450*  3 Ddrm larrsly home Gibsons Bay  area. Family room, dining, 5  appis.. avail Dec 5. $'000,mo i-  ���120-0317 ��50*  SPECIAL TOUCHES  CLEANING SERVICE  Moving made easy Donoed ana  "Su'ed cleaners 885-4457 48cn  One person suile avail Dec I  n.s. a pels, hyoro arte cable induced $475mo Rels req'd. 865-  2382 50cn  PANORAMIC VIEW  eta ~m oacn cottage, adult on-  anted roomy, ample parking, laun-  (ry 'acn., walk to lerry. iqeal lor  commuters. 886-0990.       50cn  New 2 Ddrm house plus healed   Deluxe 2 bdrm mobile home.   Lg rm lor rent Cory home Gib  garage, glass covered sundeck.   ensuite and walk-in closet to mas-   sons Use ol kitchen and hot lub  ?'fIH"^'l.aop';La"flC'ale Jan  le' Mm U,9e kllcne" an0 llvinS  "BK'lncl ""' ldeal lor aMen *  room, skylights, ceiling tans, large   const workei 886-3779      48w  sunoeck and storage shed Next to  school 16-5575 Mason Rd W  Sechelt $70ftmo 287-7987 48w  1 9J $850 886-7261  Kfc-1  Bnght 2 Ddrm apl. carpets, skylights, $550,mo Centrally located  886-7018 TFN  Monthly. Weekly, Dally  886-3343   Roberts Creek Sublet mid-Dec to  end FeD: secluded forest home on  10 ac with creek, puppy, cat. Rent  negotiable. 8B6-9737/1-880-5111.  50cn  Wanted m/l to share two bedroom  house with view, lower Gibsons,  View, bachelor cabin Small, private, lurnished. $450 . ulil Non-  smoker 866-8305 48cn  Gibsons, lower lloor. 2 bdrm.  bright, close lo ameniiies. washei dryer yard $650/mo 1-469-  0622 50cn  Gibsons 3 Ddrm nouse on quiet  cui-de-sac. close to mall Scanum.  5 apoi. t p, $850mo to resp lam.  ly Must nave rers Avail immed  8864516 0' 222-4034 (Will hold  lii Jan I lor the right person |50cn  Lower Gibsons Sel'-contained  semi-turn bach suite Util and  cable mcl. n/s. no pets, rets pis  $390.mo Avail mid-Dec. 886-  2694 50cn  Roberts Creek. 2 ddrm with  ensuite. watertront $800. 685-  8849.885-7685 50cn  Gibsons, i bdrm, F/P, skylights,  view. $550 plus util.; 2 bdrm small,  bnght. $475 plus. Arthur 885-9859.  49cn  Bnght, clean. 3 bdrm house upper  Gibsons. 1-1/2 bath. l/p. laundry  Soulh lacing deck Partial view  $650/mo 277-6205 48w  New 3 bdrms. lamily rm. 2 baths,  giDsons$895(rno 926-8495 48w  PoDerts Creek. 1 bdrm bsml sic.  suitable lor one person Beach  One person suite avail Dec 1.  N/S N/P, hydro and cable incl.,  $47S'mo.. rels req 885-2382.  ���49w  New 2 bdrm house plus healed  garage, glass covered sundeck.  built-in vac. 5 appl Langdale  Avail Jan 1'93, $650 886-7261  ���49w  Gibsons Cory 3 bedroom, washer, dryer, carpon. lurnished or  access, very quiet location Pels   unturnished SBOOmonth, 886-  OK $425 incl util 886-9656 48w     7557 Avail Dec  1  Centrally  Lge rm lor rem Cory home Gibsons Use ot kitchen and hot lub  $385 mcl mil 686-3779.       48w  Bright, oceanlront. 1 Ddrm suite in  older character home Gibsons  area $550.686-2596.        49cn  New two bedroom house with  appliances, three miles west ot  GiDsons. No pets. N/S. $650 886-  2718 afar 5 pm. 48w  10W PALMS, CALIFORNIA  2 bdrm dtHwide mobile home completely furn. all utilities included.  Goii, 2 pools, hoi tub, tennis  $t00rj7mth US 886-3109     49w  located  48cn  2 bedroom furnished view condo.  Secret Cove $650/month plus utilities No pels. Avail mid-Nov 885-  788?. 48cn  Gibsons - 1 brm suite, gorgeous  view, $375/mo ��� ulils 886-0156,  351-0540. I48W  New spacious 3 bdrm home close  to mall No pels. $875.886-2454  <48W  2 bdrm home Roberts Creek  $6/5/month 886-3714 tin  Lower Gibsons - beautitU 1 Ddrm.  vit'w apts. Quaet. new. secure, nice  cdenlelle Blinds, carpets, laundry,  $590 886-3420 S50W  Beach house near lerry terminal, studio/bdrm Harbour view sell-  fully lurnished winterized, lire- contained $600/mth inclusive,  place, eiec neat, one lge BR. one Awailab|e j,n m Fumstied 49w  sm BR. suitable tor couple. Bed  ding, dishes inc. Available Dec. 92  thru June 93. $6907mo. plus utilities Please call 886-2089   49cn  2 bdrm ste Lower Gibsons.  $500/mth. Susan 885-5290 or 686-  8389 49w  Sechelt super, new. adult onenled  townhouse avail now until summer, no pets. 2 bdrm $800  Robens Creek; 2 bdrm mobile  home in adult oriented park, no  pels $650  Redroolls: beautilul 2 bdrms. 1 1/2  baths, enclosed garage, available  immediately $700  Sschelt; 1/2 duplex in village, 2  bdrm, 4 appliances, immediate  possession $750  Sechelt: 3 bdrm rancher, double  garage, avail. Dec. 15 $900  CENTURY WEST REALTY  885-2235  2 bdrm apl.. Central Gibsons  $525,2 bdrm house, lower Gibsons, avail. Dec. 1, $650, 1 bdrrn  apt Central Gibsons, $495 heal  mcl,, 3 bdrm house Central Gib-  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  Hnlish Columbia legislation pro  tubals advertising wttich casenm-  niales in the rental of property  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condition of rental would be In  violation ol the Family Status  and the Human Rights Ads. The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes il would both be  contravention of Ihe legislation and coid have a c*ornpleirrl  tiled againsl Ihem. The Coasl  News will therefore not accept  such discriminatory ads.  Garage/workshop-studio, insula!-   1 bdrm suite partially lum. Lower  $350/mo, includes utilities Pis   ed. lower Gibsons, across manna,   Gibsons. Suits single person or   s��ns. near new $875. 2 bdrm.  phone 686-6360 or 863-9279 50cn   $200 Avail now 886-9737 or 1-   quiel couple $425 incl. hydro,   house Hopkins Ldg, $625; 2  NEEDFUL?  Movie channel, cable TV, D/D  phones. O sire beds and lully  equipped kitchenettes in our bachelor suites. Our monthly winter rale  special starts Dec I Opposite  Gibsons Manna 686-3343  TFN  Egmonl. 924 sq. ft 2 bdrm unturnished mobile home. Also fully lurnished, winterized cabins available  by rtionth, week or day Sorry no  3863-2222. SOcn  . Dec. 15, 3 Ddrm penaoode  w/FP and lge ocean-lacing deck,  on Gibsons bluff. Lease $750  266-1501 50cn  2 bdrm cottage on quiet 5 acres in  Roberts Creek, n/s. 886-8836  50cn  880-6111  Bachelor suite West Sechelt. view,  quiet, N/S, $380, utils includ. 885-  5307 Avail Dec. 1 49cn  1 bdrm trailer. Cedar Trailer Court,  685-3313. 49cn  3 - 4 bdrm, 2 bath, newly finished  home, Roberls Creek. Includes  appliances. On acreage. Rets  886-7025 before 10 pm       49w  Furnished condo with magnificent  view, Jolly Roger, Secrel Cove  with large southern exposure deck  and tp. Available immediately $690  .utilities. 885-4103 49w  bdrm. condo. avail. Dec. 1, $850.3  bdrm. Rbls. Ck., avail. Jan. 1,  $750 2 bdrm house Hopkins Ldg.,  $625. 2 bdrm condo, avail. Dec. 1,  $650. 3 bdrm Roberts Crk., avail  Jan. 1, $750. 886-3330. Gram  Really TFN  2 bdrm cottage on quiet 5 acres in   Cozy 2 bedroom house across  Roberts Creek. N/s 886-8B3649W    trom marina in Gibsons. Pnvale  Avail. Dec. 15, 3 bdrm panobode  $675 1 bdrm guest collage. $350   w/t/p and Ig. ocean facing deck, on  or both $1125. Avail Dec. 1.885-  5728. 49cn  .Wast Sechell waleilront, very pri-  yate 4 bdrm, 4 balh, 2 fireplaces, 4  appliances, avail Dec. I $950rrr��.  Days. 886-2700. Evenings 886-  2615. 48w  Large 2 bdrm suile. lower Gibsons  Laundry and parking. Avail Nov.  20. $500/mo. 734-0323 leave message. 48w  Gibsons bluff lease $750. 266-  1501 49w  Roberls Creek 1 bdmjDsmt ste.  suitable lor one person Beach  access, very quiet location. Pels  ok $425 incl. util. 886-9856. 48w  Wanled - M/F lo share Iwo bedroom house with view, lower Gibsons, $350/mo. incl. ulils. Pis  phone 886-8360 or 883-9279.  14901  yard, wood slove. Dec. 1 possession. $675/monlh plus damage  deposit 686-4688. 48cn  Spacious 2 bedroom lownhouse,,  1-1/2 baths, garage, excel, location, Gibsons. $700/momh. Call  886-3764or435-6426.       48cn _  3 bedroom. 2 level house, 30x15  workshop. Madeira Park.  $50O/month. 874-2213.      48cn  1 bedroom suite. Dec. 15. Selma  Park. $600/month. 885-7719. 6-8  pm. 46cn  BCYCNA  BrUTISII  cot uuaix  ANU rUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  283  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more lhan IOO communily newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669 9222.  lor 25  words  $195  $3 70oiichaddilionalword  AUTO  ENGINES REBUILT from  $995. 5 year 100,000 kms  warranty. Bond Mechanical  serving B.C. for 27 years.  Phone 7 days, 8 a.m. ��� 8 p.m.  (604)872-0641. Toll-lree  Mon-Fri 1 800-663 2521.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  light trucks. 6 cylinder from  $995, 8 cylinder from $1095.  5 year. 100,000 Km. Ltd. war-  ranly. 7 Days -580-1050,1.  800 665-3570, 856-5628  evening^   Cummings Turbo Diesel  4X4's, Explorers, Vans, 4  Runners, Dakotas, starting  Irom $189 month, O down  O.A.C. We deliver anywhere  In B.C. Brian or Don collect  1(604)585-3141.  GOVERNMENT SEIZED/  SURPLUS vehicles. U.S. nnd  Canadian low as $100.  BMWs, Cadillacs, Chevs,  Fords, Mercedes, Porsches,  trucks, vans. AMAZING Iree  24 hr. recording reveals how:  (416)631-4666.  BUILDINO SUPPLIES  DOORSIWINDOWSIInlerior  and exterior wood, melal and  French doors, wood windows,  skylights. MORE I Call collect  toWALKERDOORandWIN  DOW in Vancouver al  (604)2661101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  CHEAPER HEATING THAN  NATURAL GAS. Believe it or  not...The stove that needs no  chimney, bums waste sawdust pellets, polulion free,  99% efficiency. The world's  cheapest fuel. New fuel mills  are opening across Canada.  This new exploding industry  needs exclusive area Pellet  Stove * Pellet Fuel Dealers.  Average investor ent$10,000.  100% inventory secured.  Turn Key fuel investor enquiries are also invited.  WELENCO CANADA LTD.  Mr. David Ringland (604)535  9816.   TURN YOUR MAILBOX  INTO an over-flowing Cash  Box! Discover instant "Mail  Order*. Free Details: DLR,  1124 Lonsdale, Suite 1202,  North Vancouver, B.C. V7M  2H1.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Unique B.C. home-based  computer and communication  companies are invited to par  ticipate in one of the largest  computer and communication  shows in British Columbia.  Under the Home Based Busi  ness Program, the Ministry of  Economic Development,  Small Business and Trade  has reserved space at the  Southex Exhibitions Pac Rim  Computer and Communication Show, tor the Second  Window On Business Show. I  Held at the Vancouver Trade  and Convention Centre, Janu  ary 12 lo 14, 1993, it will  provide a marketing opportu-  nity for 60 of B.C.'s unique ,  home-based businesses  Products and services will |  include graphic designers,  publishers ol software and  shareware, inventors and  small manufacturers of com  purer and business accesso  nes, and specialized business  management and consulting |  services. Fees range from <  $200 to $350 lor trade spncai  thai is normally $1,700. For  more information, or an appli  cation, contact Barb Mow.it  01520 5720,orToll free voice  message 1 978 6155 or Fax  854 3087.  ���ULTRASONIC BLIND  CLEANING' The fastest  growing Service Business of  the 90's, now in Canada. No  Competition, Low Overhead,  Excellent Profits. Manufac-  tured in B.C. Details (604)  862-8332.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  THIS YEAR HAVE SANTA  answer your child's letter, $61  FREE DETAILSI Send  stamped sell addressed envelope to: SANTA'S MAIL-  BAG, 16 Chestnut Place,  Kentville, N.S. B4N 2K2.  COMPUTERS  FREE SOFTWARE AND  HARDWARE CATALOGUE.  LOWEST PRICES IN  CANADA. All computers and  accessories. FREE MEM  BERSHIP. NTC Software  Hardware Club. 1312 3rd  Avenue Soulh, Lelhbridge,  Alberta TU OK5.  EDUCATION  Train to be a "CRM* Certified Apartment Manager.  Many jobs available. Over  2,000 graduates now work  ing. Government licensed  home study course. R.M.T.I.  681 54 56or1 800 665 8339.  HOW TO PLAY POPULAR  PIANO. New home study  course. Fast, easy method.  Guaranteed! FREE informa  lion. Write: Popular Music,  Sludio (8B), 103 1054 Ellis,  Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 1Z1. 1-  800 667 0050 Exl. 770.  CHEF TRAINING PROGRAM.  In just 17 weeks make your  future financially secure. Join  Canada's #1 industry. Cook  mg is a recession proof ci  reor. Short, intense training,  Financial assistance. Gov't  tunding. Student loans. Con  tinuous enrolment. Accommo  dation arranged. DUBRULLE  FRENCH CULINARY  SCHOOL. 1522 W 8lh Ave,,  Vancouver, B.C 738 3155 or  Toll free 1 800 667 7268.  HOME SCHOOLERS Com  pletu support. Internationally  recognized Christian curncu  lum. individualized mastery  learning. Canadian. Cornpu  ler Enrichment. Image Ex  tension School, 407 Aspen  Rd., Kimberley, B.C. VIA  3B6 (604)427-4343.  EMPLOYMENT  OPPORTUNITIES  Mechanic required for o pro  gressive, developing shop in  B.C.'s recreational heartland.  Knowledge of fuel injection and  electronics an asset. Must be  certified and versatile. Apply  to Arvin or James at Minute  Muffler (604)392 2855.  FINANCE  Government Grants & Loans.  Billions of dollars are made  available to new and existing  BC businesses. The Brad  Book can show you how to  gel your share. Call now  (604)753 9424.  _.__FOR SALE MISC.  RENT TO OWN 100% FINANCING AVAILABLE. All  types surplus construction  equipment. New lilt deck  equipment trailers In slock.  Call Inland Equipment Sales,  Penticton 493-6791.  FOR SAIE MISC.  EXCLUSIVE SHEEPSKIN  PRODUCTS. Car Seat Cov  ers, Rugs, Slippers, Baby's  Lambskin, etc. Mail Order  anywhere. 30 day moneyback  guarantee. Free catalogue.  Call Shear Comfort Toll Froo  1 800 663 7750.  "SEPTIC TANKS $399.1!  600 Gals, 210 Lbs. Govern  ment approved. 20 year war  ranly. WATER TANKS ���  HALF PRICE. Large slock  Guaranleed absolutely, posi  lively lowest pricesll Premier  Plastics Toll free 1-800 661-  4473.  SHEEPSKIN PRODUCTS  FOR CHRISTMASI Auslrol  inn long hie slippers, glover,,  seat covers, rugs elc. Credit  Card orders 1 800 667 2261.  Dealer enquiries invited.  Please clip thin one time art.  HALFORD HIDE 8 Leather,  your mail order leather and  (rapping supply warehouse  Wnte/pnone Iree catalogue  8629 126 Ave., Edmonton,  AB, T5B 1G8 Phone  (403)474 4989, Fax I  (403)477 3489.  ���So, Who's In Charge?" Per  feel family gift lor your arm  chair political analyst. 190 i  world leaders' resumes, plus  background information on  each country. Regular up  dates. 1 800 268 6484.  GARDENING  The Ultimate Gardener's [  Store. 1,000's ol Products.  Greenhouses, Hydroponics.  Drip Irrigation. Huge Book  Seleclion. 80 Page, photo  filled 1992 catalogue $4. re-  fundable on order. Western  Waler Farms, #103 20120  64thAve.,Langley.B.C. V3A  4P7.  ONE STOP GREENHOUSE  SHOP, B.C. Greenhouse  Builders Ltd., 7425 Hedley  Ave., Burnaby, B.C. V5E 2R1  FREE BROCHURE  Aluminum/Glass or  Aluminum/AcryliteSDP, Dou  ble walled Greenhouses,  Solariums and complete line  of Greenhouse Accessories.  Telephone (604)433-4220,  Fax 433-1285.  HELPWANTEO  MONEY FOR CHRISTMAS.  Start immediately. A Fabulous 45% profit can be yours  by becoming an Independent  Distributor selling QUALITY  LINGERIE, Call MA CHERIE  1-600 661 3305.  Licenced Mechanics Wanted.  Topwages and benefits. Must  have experience, references  required. Send Resume to:  Lake City Ford Sales Ltd.,  715 Oliver Sireel, Williams  Lake, B.C. V2G 1M9.  MOBILE HOMES  USED MOBILES. Manufac  turer must clear all mobiles.  16 units lo choose from.  Priced Irom $10,000. Noble  Hpmos (403)447 2333.  WINTER WORKS SPECIAL!  Any new mobile or modular  home ordered during Nov.  will bo equipped with 'central  air conditioning' ($3,000  value) FREE of charge. We  will custom build your home.  NobleHomes(403)447 2333.  PERSONAL  OKANAGAN VALLEY GIRLS  Karen. Sylvie and Tanya ���  have exciting Personal Pho-  tosFor Sale. For discreet info,  write KAREN, Box 670 GB.  Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 7P4.  ADULTS ONLY PLEASEI  WOULD YOU LIKE lo correspond wilh unattached Christian people across Canada  for companionship or marriage? Ashgrove, P.O. Box  205, Chase, B.C. VOE 1 MO.  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  tor unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For information  on both, write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1.  SERVICES        Major ICBC molor vehicle in  jury claims. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 years. Cal  free: 1 800-665-1138. Contingency fees available.  Simon. Werner * ArJter.  3 private offices New building  $195-$2SO/mrh. Receptionist avail  Don Sutherland Pebbles 885  8107 TFN  Commercial office space lor lease  1000 sq.tt. corner unit, excellenl  exposure, prime location ��� Kem's  Plaza Conlact Waller or Beryl  886-8886 TFN  Commercial warehouse space.  new building, Hwy 101 S Hough  Rd Gibsons. Immediate occupancy 885-9719. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings Yvonne 686-  7815. TFN  RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE  FOR LEASE  600 1300 sg tl $300$It00  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibsons.  Lome, 1 -733-9683 or Mane. 886-  7018. TFN  Casual relief req'd to work in Gibsons group home tor 3 m/h  women. Day, night, and wkend  shilts involved Exp desirable,  compassion, patience and valid  drivers license essential For more  into call S.Cory 886-3217    TFN  35 Business &  Home Services  CHRISTMAS IS COMING  House cleaning  Gardens and yards  Sua ��� Maintenance Service  US-77N  49cn  3b   Business &  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured. Guaranteed  Work Free estimates 885-2109.  TFN  Do you need something built tor  your home or ollice? Maybe an  item tor a Cnnstmas _0I Or you  might need some interior renovations or finishing' II you've  answered yes to any or al of the  above give Ait a call ai 8*6-6354  lor prompt, quality custom woodwork at reasonable pnees M9W  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  ���Any Job  rC'UDOM/MU  886-4788  34 Help Wanted  Bail the recession. Earn thousands stuffing envelopes from your  home. Work lull or part-time. Ideal  for second income, unemployed,  students or retired. No expenence  necessary. For tree information  send a self-addressed stamped  envelope to. YMM ENTERPRISES, PO box 36501,3299 Bayview  Ave,, Toronto, Ontario, M2K 2Y5  SunFree Vinyl  All Seasons Decking Material. Iree  estimates. Call Joe. 885-923549w  Carpentry. Painting, Slone Masonry, General Home Repairs. 885  9235,Joe. 49w  CartlflaJ taw Pilar  IDH MIL! SERVICES  Gibsons - 3 bdrm. lamily room,  1000 sq. It. plus. 3 appl., 1 1/2  baths, upper Gibsons, avail. Ocl.  I, $650/mo plus ulils. S.C.M.H.  Park. 886-9826. TFN  Shared Accommodation In my  home, short term or long term.  Ideal tor mill ttudenl Close to  ferry, N/S, no pets, available  Dec. or Jan. North Rd., Gibsons.  $350/mo. 886-8095.       TFNi  32.Commercial  For Renl  TEREDO SQUARE - 3rd lloor  office, 363 squire Int. droit-  id, iir conditioning, elevator  service. All inclusive nnt  $335/1*10 885-4466. TFN  For lesse/renl. 600 sq. tt. industrial  space, lower lloor. 886-8204  Barry. 48w  Davis Bay Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities BB5-  2752 or 885-9663 Slcn  Industrial workshop avail, immediately, Gibsons, 750 sq. II. unil,  $475/mo. 921-6751. ilw  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  A volunteer is needed  lo work with the  Provincial Emergency Program, which  provides emergency  social services to the  community.  A Co-ordinator is  needed tor a  "Community Kitchen"  project in Gibsons.  This is an exciting and  challenging position  for someone who  loves people and  cooking.  Board members are  needed tor many nonprofit organizations.  Call to find out more  aboul these interesting posilions.  If you love animals  and have a tew hours  to spare the S.P.C.A.  needs you! Shifts are  between 2-4 pm daily.  For these and mora  Opportunities  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION  CENTRE AT 885-5881  A Service Funded by the  Ministry ol Social Services  Sharpening a Repairs  lo ill cutting tools Including  Mower Blades a Chalnsaws  Jamil Harro  Ml Hwy 111-  wTon  Pal's Disposal -1 Ion Truck  Yaid. house and garage clean-up.  construction and gyproc removal.  tree and stump removal: demolition > reasonable and reliable: Iree  eslimales 885-2870. 51w  wuffiPiWrwe  1 WALLPAPERING  ��� Speciality Finishes  * Pressure Washing  FREE WASHING  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  PROFESSIONAL PAINTING  12 years experience. Residential,  commercial, industrial. Solid refs  Greg 883-9825. 48cn  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bath tubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels. CSA approved.  Free estimales. Tom Sealy. 883-  2978 len  LAWN AND GARDEN  Lawn aerating, fertilizing lor winter.  Fruit tree pruning and spraying,  hedge tnmmmg. general clean-up.  Call Jan 886-0160 49w  Expenenced house cleaners, rates  negotiable Can Jane or Bonnie.  8854165. 51cn  CARPENTER  House construction, framing, finishing, decks, renovations, fencing Greg 885-2610 50w  C��F TREE SERVICES  Falling, lopping, dangerous tree  removal, lol clearing Fully insured.  Free estimates 885-5697    50cn  Renovations. Improvements,  Repairs. Intenor/Exlenor. David  Reid. 8864642. 50w  Call Sue lor your complete home  cleaning needs. 886-4185   Men  Free Ksllmnlrs  Flrni Prices  Bruce Fraser  885-9576  Serving the Coast  lor 14 vrars,  .   ^.^A��� ..��.,..,   u..,,...   MU.Mii^J II, UIIIU  care prelerred lor alter school daycare. Job hours 2-6 pm E.A.school  day. School Holidays. 8 hrs/day.  Call 885-272: 50w  ST. MARYS HOSPITAL  SECHELT, BC  Requires a Manager of Human  Resource Services. Responsibilities will include: ��� Recruitment hiring, pb posting, transfers - tor 300  employees* Collective agreement  administration" Consultant to  department heads in human  resources policies and administrations. Advisor to administrator on  personnel policy rjevetopmenl and  Occupational Health 1 Safety.  Other senior administrative  responsibilities ol which Ihe successful applicant may prove to be  capable  Experience:* In hospital labour  relations personnel management.  In administration within hospital or  health care facilities  Education:* Formal educalion in  Human Resource management,  general administration, or other  applicable discipline  Salary and benefits negotiable  Successlul applicant will be a  member of the senior management team and one ol only six  non-union employees. Please  respond to:Ted Wright, CEO.Sl.  Mary's Hospital, Box 7777,  Sechelt. BC VON 3A0.Telephone:  604-885-2224. Fax: 604-885-3250  TFN  PT babysitter needed al local illness cenlre, 2-3 hours/wk (am).  House cleaning and yard work,  reliable, rels avail Firm estimate  given, not hourly 886-7041 or  886-8010. 48w  "The Whole Nine Yirds"  GARDEN SERVICES  Lawn care, landscaping, pruning,  weeding, yard clean up. commercial or residential. Granl 886-9585  or 1-8B9-3249. 49m  Now is the lime to dress up your  turnilure lor Christmas. Call  Brighton's Fine Upholstery today.  8854808 or 885-0231.        48w  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 8845324 or  886-2312 or 886-0436.        TFN  House painling, carpel and lino  laying, re-strelching. repairs. 885-  0191 50cn  Carpenter, Renovations. Additions,  byhourorconlract 886-3107.  PETER'S REMODELLING  General home maintenance - car  pons ��� fencing ��� sundecks ��� additions elc. Boal maintenance and  island service. For more into  please call 885-1981 or Pager  885-5111 49w  ���   Bitwise  gg COMPUTING  SI'LllAII/lNailNI.  ��� Computerized Accounting  ��� On-Sitt' S**r\-ia-ina.  ��� ftoflware Installation  k     885-4009     j  Williams Renovalion and Repair.  20 yrs experience. Call Steve at  886-8783 49w  DODCI CONSTRUCTION  New Construction ��� Renovilloni  ���Additions.  IHKIINISICRAflSMANSIIII'  yet reasonably prirrxf  Prompt, Reliable  20 year* experience  lorn Dodge lias taughl carpenliy  and renovalions al BCIT and bmtl  cuslom homes lor many ol BC's  toremosl designers. References   on request.   INIf fl COASIAl  COUBIIR  886-3021  n��l 11 C(XJMJ b CONNECTION  SAME DAY  DELIVERY  1 Fully Insured  1 C.O.D. Bonded  1 Pure Quality Service  1800-7016  COMPARE US TO THE RESTI  Shouldn't you have Ihe Besl?  Please phone Tom  883-9822  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden oul of  Free membership and hourly rantrol? ^___ lree pruning, hedge  way. CAII886-4606 TFN    shaping? Friendly, reliable service.  PT merchandiser required 24 hrs  per week. $7.75 lo start plus car  allowance. Apply to Box 'O' Coast  News Box 68 Sechelt. BC VON  3A0 48w  Caretiker 34 unil apt. binding,  Central Gibsons requires on-site  mgt. Salary t accom. Apply c/o  Grant Ha-ty 886-3330 or PO box  277Gif*ons.. TFN  Experienced waiter/waitress pan-  time evenings. El Nino. 886-3891.  TFN  Fully insured. Commercial t residenlial. Relerences available.  FRED 886-3526. TFN  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Reliable man available lor p/t  casual employment, property  clean-up, moving or whatever Rob  886-3822 48cn  CONSTRUCTION CO.  REQUIRES WORK  Form - Frame - Finish - Commercial ��� Residential. Hourly or contract. 885-3574 50w  Experienced reliable night watchman, etc. seeks employment 885-  5937. ��50w  Handiman lo the Rescue  Wallpaper, painl. carpentry, draft-  ing. free eslimates. Relerences  "��� ��*">��� "aul away junk, chop  available. 886-3463.  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  TFNs  wood, clean gutters. SRs Discount Doug 885-5070      I48w  SPECIAL TOUCHES  CLEANING SERVICE  Residential ��� i-ortmercial ��� marine.  Bonded, insured. 885-4457.48w Coast News, November 30, 1992        17  Coast News Classifieds  ephemera  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Opels ��� U-ywItttfy^  FOKr-fUlITsjaMOUNTED  EQUIPMENT  KST POSSIBLE FESUITS  jusinamxim  For Sale/Lease new industrial Responsible care lor your little  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays /1800 ones in my home. Lots ol TLC,  sq. It. upper storage space, olfice toys and good food References  rental potential, $24,000 per year, available. Reasonable rates.  Barry 8868204.                  ss Phone 886-2227.           48cn  twm  A DIVi*^T)Flrj5l"BrvRIES  ISOrlFLOORCOvTiRaNOS  Handyman, labour, yard work. etc.  No rob loo small. 886-0300 49cn  Young girl seeks olfice posilion. 4  years experience wilh WordPerfect, Bedlord and MicroSott Works.  50 wpm. Reception and accounting skills. 8864506.        48cn  Auiocad Designing and Dialling  available, reasonable rales. Call  Norm 883-9790. M9W  For Bitter Hulth ind Will  Being  -  Polarity  Therapy  Reduces stress (the underlying  cause ot illness) raises energy  level, reduces chronic pain and  tension. Appointments available in  Pender Harbour and Sechell. Call  Vonnie 883-9653. ��49w  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates,  free estimates, no rob too small or  too large. Bruce 885-9576    1cn  Honest, reliable woman will house  clean, call Mary, Sat.-Tues. 885-  6145. I48W  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions ��� Bilh ��� Kitchen ���  Painting ��� Drywall ��� Wallpiper  886-3792 Slifm Perry       48w  JARO ENTERPRISES  RobrtCntk  Call today tor all your carpentry  reo/xrements. from tenting to  training and new houses. Bob Tai-  Dot. 886-2215. aft. 6pm.    TFNs  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available tor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  (���ornplik Bobcrt S-nteee  Excavating-Backfilling  Ritaining Willi -Trenching  LindicipiConilruclion  Playmates Daycare on Chaster  Rd. has space available lor two 2-  6 yr. olds. Hot lunches, first aid  and rets, available. Yvonne 886-  4643. i49w  Registered nurse will give quality  day care in my home. 885-7881.  -48W  HONDA POWER MODI ffTS  * IIIISQVMNA  FOREST �� GARDEN  PttODlOS  Forrsl 4 (irnlrn Dealerships  available for Sechell  Call Dortw al  Tldellnc Logging  SS9-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY  alKk 4 Jill Pruchool has openings for 314 yr. olds To register.  886-2528. TFN  LANP DISPOSITION  In the Land Recording District ot Vancouver and  situated northwest of Hope Point, Gambler Island.  Take notice that Robert Hugh Davie, 404 - Alberni  St., Vancouver, B.C., businessman, intends to  make application to the Ministry of Environment,  Lands, and Parks, Crown Lands Regional Office  in Burnaby lor a Waterlot Lease ot Crown  Foreshore generally situated to enclose a shot  rock breakwater to the northwest of Hope Point,  Gambler Island and more specifically described  as: Waterlot Lease - Lol 3362 - GAmbler Island,  and containing 1.066 hectares, more or less.  The purpose for which the disposition Is required  is log dump/temporary log storage.  Comments concerning this application may be  made to Ross Douglas at 401 - 4603 Klngaway,  Burnaby, B.C., V5H 4M4.  F.p, Hoehne, Agent File No: 2405726  LotOG* 6(V*i  io.ooo  JIM'S SMALL ENGINES  Anyone having goods left at Jim's  Small Engines, Hwy 101 Gibsons  should contact 886-2020 lo make  arrangements for picking them up.  48w  40 Too Lntc  to classify  For rent: 3 bdrm waterlront  Sechelt, fridge, slove $750/mth.  Available immediately. 1-872-3516  48cn  For Sale: 1990 35' Terry Resort,  that looks as good as any 92 and  worth $16,500. I'm looking lor land  with a value anywhere from  $16,500 to $25,000. Any ideas?  Call Ken al 886-9681 or tax 886-  0399 49w  Try a  Classified Ad  offering a  Career Move.  5 YEARS ACM  The Economic Development Commission (EDC) has  voted unanimously lo recommend thai the regional  board accept and implement the recommendations of a  consultant's report on the F.IK' wiih only a few minor  changes to Ihe text. The report is lilled Working  Together for Jobs and Economic Developmem.  A CBC open line discussion recently about the role  thai is proper for political wives to play in Ihe affairs of  Ihe nation is not a subject we would cheerfully address,  believing the role of the political wife is likely to be as  unqiue as the relationship in which she is a partner.  The contribution of external affairs minister Joe  Clark's wife Maureen Mcl'eer lo international affairs  makes il relatively easy lo indicate whal Ihe role of a  political wife should not be  10 YEARS AGO  A large and appreciative audience was in attendance  at the Sechelt Arts Centre for Ihe readings by Canadian  author W.P. Kinsella.  While paying tribute to hit audience as one of Ihe  most appreciative he had encountered, he read from his  work entitled Shoeless Joe. Eor Ihis work Kinsella  became Ihe first Canadian lo win Ihe Houghton-Mifflin  Literary Award.  IS YEARS AGO  Outgoing regional director from Area A Jack Paler-  son, voiced his concern lasl week that there should be  sufficient consultation with Ihe public before BC Hydro  puts the Cheekeye-Dunsmuir hydro line to Cape Cock-  burn on Vancouver Island, north of Qualicum Bay.  20 YEARS AGO  School trustee Bernard Milligan resigned from the  school board at Thursday's meeting lasl week over the  refusal of the department of education to appoint Don  Head to All the vacancy left by the resignation of chair  Sheila Kilson last June.  25 YEARS A(i()  More than 100 people look part in the school district's education meeting Monday nighl at Elphinstone.  The subject of the meeiing was lhe examination of possible causes of student dropouts, failures and misbehaviour.  35 YEARS Alii)  The village commission will write premier Bennett  to see what can be done about settling the pulp and  paper mill strike which affects Port Mellon and other  mills.  A meeiing is to be held under the auspices of the  Roberts Creek Improvement Association to protest Ihe  Black Ball Ferries' increase in trucking rales.  45 YEARS A(iO  Renovation by Ihe BC government of two acres of  land for a public park begins plans for developing the  bathing beach by communily effort.  Tim Corbet's boal Sunny Boy burned to Ihe water-  line and sank in Halfmoon Bay.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  ContpttHlvc Pricfjs  Camp Run  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  PRACTISE SAFE  FISHING  Don'l Forget  Your Rubbers  '.' k Wading  Bell!  Coast Flihs  ���* SimiiM ir-t M.ill  ���  ( ,  We Still Hake  House  The Careful Movers  In a day whan paraonal aervlce aeema like a chapter trom history,  you'll be pleased with Allled's genuine concern. Call us. We'll  make a helptul house call., right away.  LEI WMY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, storsge, local �� long dlstsnes moving.  HWY 101, GIBSONS      ^SKSBB" 886-2664  r>  Ducks Unlimited  Canada  A DUCK POND FULL OF THANKS  to the following people for making the  2nd Annual Ducks Unlimited Banquet & Auction  on Nov. 21 a great success:  Hcmstalk's Rod & Gun - Dan Hemstatk  Arden Inksleruf Gilligan's Pul)  Mr. & Mrs. Harry Naimark  Frank lorgensen & Huflhie  IGA - Wilson Creek  Mr. & Mrs. K.L. Jackson  Sechelt teuton ��� Ladies Auxiliary & Staff  Mary lackson  Dave, Pani & Tracey Richardson  Ken & Helen Barker  Ron MacFarlane  The Rutherford Family  Nanaimo Coast Bastion Inn  The Partons  The Wakefield Inn  Harrison Hot Springs  Hotel Vancouver  Hyatt Regency Vancouver  The Jolly Roger  South Coast Ford  The Dream Shoppe  Gihsons Building Supplies  Tawn Road Market  Ron Boythuck  Tom Wallace  All those who attended  Are You on Unemployment Insurance?  ATTEND OUR FREE  JOB FINDING CLUB  * Sponsor: Sunshine Coast Canada  Employment Centre  * Purpose: Gain skills and strategies to  become employed. Job Finding  Club offers a proven success rate  across the Lower Mainland ��� this is  the first Job Club offered on the  Sunshine Coast.  'Duration: Three weeks 8:30 - 5:00 Mon-Fri  * Start Dates: January 4 or February 1  * Eligibility: Participants must be receiving U.I.  and be referred by a CEC  Employment Counsellor by Dec.  16th.  Register Now, call CEC  885-2722  Fit-Rite Blinds  Low, Low Prices  UPDATE your home NOW!  40% off Verticals  ENDS DEC. 31,1992  WOOD  BLINDS  Complimentary In-Home Service  Cathy Rumball   886-8*145  BC Hydro S3  LWC. No. 205-044  British Columbia Hydro and  Power Authority (hereinafter  called B.C. Hydro) requests  otters lor performance of the  work as described. Each  offer shall be enclosed in a  sealed envelope clearly  identified by the above LWC  number and returned to B.C.  Hydro's issuing office not  later than the time and date  stated below.  CLOSING TIME OF  11:00 LOCAL TIME ON  DECEMBER 15,1992  Description of work: To  supply all materials,  equipment, tools and labour  for janitorial services a the  Sechelt District Office and  Lineroom, Sechelt, B.C. from  January 1, 1993 to  December 31, 1994.  Information packages will be  available at the B.C. Hydro  Office Field Rd., Wilson  Creek.  Issuing office:  B.C. Hydro  Box 159, Sechelt, B.C.  VON SAO  Mm  820 KIWANIS WAY, GIBSONS  Enjoy An Active - Carefree Lifestyle  22 Quality Patio Homes ��� Adult Oriented  Prices start at $128,800  2 Bedroom, 2 *3ath, Single Level Homes  Fbrjurther irtjbrrnajtion contact  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP. ��� (604) 886-4680  Hans Ounpuu, RR*2. S7, C26, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO  Fax (604) 886-4623 18        Coast News,  November 30,  1992  news  Finding hope in the lessons of abuse  bv Darah Hansen  This is not normal theatre.  Ihe audience was warned  This is forum theatre.  Then from the darkened stage  startling images of abuse came  to light.  Ihey chanl "stupid Indian",  "drunk", "loser" - and Ihe play  opens,  Out ol Ihe Silence is a play  about violence in the family. In  the final stop on their provincial  tour, the troupe from Headlines  Theatre performed two nights  lasl week (Nov. 24 and 25) at  the Raven's Cry Theatre in  Sechell.  file story centres around a  native family struggling with  one another in au unnamed  town.  lhe family is laughing when  the lights go on Huddled  together creating an image of  happiness hut the image is sixm  lorn apart ��� almost with the first  line.  Il's Kelly's (Carmen Minuet  13th birthday party. Still a  young girl, she receives uncomfortable compliments Irom her  father (Donald Morint aboul her  maturing physique, and inappropriate sexual gilts from her aunt  (Sophie Merasty). liven her  mother (Columpa Bobb) gives  her no support, making constant  references to "being a woman  now."  And her older brother (l)ar-  rell Guss), eager lo help but  frightened, hangs like a beaten  puppy in the background.  Kelly is confused and Ihe  reasons why become all too  clear as Ihe play moves forward,  revealing abuse on ail levels and  in all characters - physical, menial, spiritual and sexual It  becomes a wonder how the family could survive at all,  Il's a short presentation,  about 30 minutes, but the audience is not expected to leave  upon its conclusion.  Instead, artistic director  David Diamond invited Ihem up  on stage lo slop the play anytime during its second run-  through, anytime they saw a  character being oppressed. They  were asked to take over for the  character Ihey felt was being  abused and lo replay the scene  wilh an action Ihey thought  would make Ihings better.  November  babies  raining on  Sunshine  Coast  By Darah Hansen  The Sunshine Coast is experiencing its own mini-version  of the baby boom.  From midnight Nov. 10 to  midnight Nov. 23, a total of 14  babies made their way into this  part of Ihe world.  "We don't know if this is a  trend yet," said St. Mary's Hospital director of nursing Wendy  Hunt. "It's loo soon to lell.  She said although Ihe highest  birth figures usually occur during Ihe spring months, these  recent figures are consistent  with Ihe high number of births  occurring ihis year between  June and July.  "Maybe the baby boomers  are having their own baby  boom," she said.  Astrologisl Jill Kirby offered  some other explanations io Ihe  situation aller consulting wiih  the stars. "I think employmenl  had a lol to do wilh it," she said.  "Maybe people had nothing  else to do," she said.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your carts al home with us  Pet / Animal Care  Nail Clearing and Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Check or Use-in Service  CALL SHARON 885-2228  (fB)/Cwto* rltmt-Wohk  tt \*j*MuBllut  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  BnnchMCoait To Coatt  The result of the interaction  lefl many participants in the  audience with a feeling of hope  for Ihe fulure of native communities.  "The way Ihe youths participated, il |iist spelled oul so  clearly lo me as a molher, as a  member ol the Motherhood of  Native Nations, lhal Ihere is a  tremendous amount of hope."  said Dell Paul, home support  worker lot the Sechelt hand.  Paul said Ihe abuses portrayed in the play reflected reality for many native communities  Only through education, support  and awareness will Ihe cycle he  broken, said Paul, and a play  such as Ihis was a definite help.  "Ihere can be changes  made." she said.  . Before Ihe actors lefl lhe  stage. Paul and four members of  the Kagle Youth Council presented them each with an eagle  leather. Paul said il was a sacred  gifl representing strength and  protection.  "Il's our traditional way," she  said, "The young people hand  the traditional gifl over lo Ihe  people who have helped us."  �������*��  .*��>���   "*��_T "  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  That's Right... We're Having our   ., ���#.  v January Clearance NOW!      ||^  4; We couldn't wait to pass these  great savings on to you!  if*    O  ��� v ���    ���  o   $f'  DONT WAIT - DO IT NOW!!  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