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 m  v  /���*��� i  m  m  add  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast    25* per copy on news stands November 26,1990   Volume 44   Issue 48  Gospel Rock  Killam said free to blast away  by Jod Johnstone  Developer Hayden KlUam la apparently free to Mow the lop off  Goapd Rock If he so wishes. That la the outcome of four action-  packed days in Gibsons which began with .early morning drilling for  bhsting oa Goapel Rock on November 20; differing legal opinions  from three sets of lawyers, one of thm later rescinded; a stop-work  order from the municipality, later claimed to be inappropriate; and  more hysteria in this moat controversial of municipal concerns.  Hie latest development, so far, In the constandy-breaking story  last week came when the municipal authorities advised the Coast  News that thdr lawyers, McKenzie, Murdy, and McAllister, had  concurred with a letter dated November 23, from Welsh and Gray,  a local law firm representing Killam, that Killam was free to Mast  on his own propeaerty without a petrmlt.  Earlier in the week, the town's lawyers had agreed with a law  Arm, contacted by the Frtends of Gospel Rock, that a permit was  needed before any Masting was done.  When Gibsons retsident Joyce     of the Municipal Act states that:  A work crew hired by developer Hayden Killam drilled 48 of 60 holes in preparation to Mast the top  six feet off Gospel Rock, before the Town of Gibsons served a Slop Work Order which tbcy  withdrew four days later. As of last Friday, 47 of the 41 holes had been refilled by persons  unknown. -Joel Johnalon.; Mow  Dayton noticed two men derailing holes in the top of Gospel  Rock in the eary morning hours  of Tuesday, November 20, the  alarm she sounded began  another chapter in the concerted  efforts to preserve the beloved  landmark which developer  Hayden Killam hopes to transform into a housing tract.  The ensuing outcry led  Friends of Gospel Rock to  mobilize who they could on  such short notice to stand over  proceedings; naturalists and  citizens to gathw and express  their concerns; and the Town of  Gibsons administration to  undergo a fretful six hour  scramble to deal with the crisis,  which culminated in Town  Planner Rob Buchan bringing  the work to a halt with a notice  from his office which, in summary, reads: "I wish to advise  (Killam) that Section 976(lXd)  Land...that is within an area  designated under Section  945(4Xd), shall not be altered  unless the owner first obtains a  development permit..."  Buchan, besieged by enquiries, went out to the site and  confronts Don Fowler of  Thunderbird Drilling and  Blasting and "got the impression they were instructed not to  talk too much."  But Buchan did discover the  60 hole pattern being drilled was  for the purpose of levelling the  top of Gospel Rock with the adjacent roadway with dynamite  on the next day.  Fowler, visibly uncomfortable with the situation told the  Coast News "This is no big  deal." But after the news had  spread, and over a dozen people  converg<ed on the scene (Friends  of Gospel Rock, incoming and  incumbent aldermen, concerned  citizens) the driller admitted this .-���:���';'���  was the reaction he had an- ,"������'  ticipated.  Buchan, back at his office '  pondering the situation, said "1 '  do not know what (Killam's)  plan is. From a point of view  legally, he is within the law and  rights and doesn't need a permit  to blast on private property.  "Killam enquired about  blasting some months ago...I  told him it was a bad public  relations move and that he  nreded a permit." Buchan  pointed out "Subsequent to  that, Killam came in when I  wasn't here and talked to Lorraine Goddard and Ralph Jones  who couldn't consult me."  Town Administrator Goddard said Killam had not asked  her specifically about Gospel  Rock. "What he said to me was  'do I need a permit for blasting'  and I said I didn't know of  such."  Buchan added "I think  Hayden Killam was sincere in  thinking he was within his rights  to go ahead and blast because of  hearing what he wanted to hear  the second time around.  "My initial reaction, yesterday morning.'Buchan claimed,  "was I didn't think we could do  anything about it. I would have  caught it...but when I was hit  cold, I wasn't sure, but I knew  we could do something and  would not allow blasting on  Gospel Rock."  Friends   of   Gospel   Rock  Please tum to page 13  Former SCRD chairman fears for waf rehed  Tetrahedron Wilderness Park sought  by Stuart Burnside  The question of a  Tetrahedron Wilderness area  was raised again at the  November 22 Parks Committee  Meeting, by long time Coast  resident and former SCRD  Chairman, Harry Almond, who  expressed concern for the apparent inaction on the subject.  The issue of a wilderness park  is not to be confused with the  ongoing conflict between the  Tetrahedron Alliance and those  who find their livelihood  harvesting trees. According to  Almond, the park in question  was proposed in 1974 by John  Hind-Smith, before logging in  the area was considered a  setious threat.  Hind-Smith, himself a 30  year resident of the Coast, says  that when he first introduced  the idea in 1974 it was met  favourably by the SCRD serv-  lies  the  in-  ing at the time, but that very little has been done until IS months ago when, spurred by a  perceived logging threat to the  area, John Hind-Smith and  Harry Almond brought the  matter back to the fore.  The area of concern  directly east of the area  Tetrahedron Alliance is  terested in, according to maps  provided by Almond and Hind-  Smith, maps with three different sources but sharing a  common theme.  The first map, an outline of  the original proposal by Hind-  Smith, establishes the boundaries of the park as following  roughly the 3500 foot elevation  line around the Tetrahedron  area, and forming a rough  triangle starting at approximately Tannis Lake, up to Rain  River Lake, down to Panther  Peak, and back to Tannis Lake.  The second map, issued by  the Ministry of Forests, has the  same basic outline as Hind-  Smith's, except that instead of  beginning the triangle at Tannis  Lake, it would begin to the east  of Edwards Lake, itself located  east of the area of concern to  the Tetrahedron Alliance.  The third map, supplied by -  lnterfor, the company doing  most of the logging in the area,  would place the beginning of  the wilderness park triangle  another mile further east to  Chapman Lake.  The main difference between  Forestry's outline and Hind-  Smith's, according to Almond,  stems from Forestry's definition  of a "wilderness" area as one  which must not have any road  access for at least one kilometer.  Almond and Hind-Smith,  acknowledging Forestry's  definition of "wilderness",  believe a compromise could be  reached regarding the boun-  Slams 'Enough is enough' group  Meredith bows out  daries of the proposed  wilderness area, ie. the current  ski and recreation area centred  ..around lakes Tannis, Gilbert,  Edwards, Mayne and Bachelor,  could not be included since they  clearly have existing and maintained access roads.  With regard to the lnterfor  suggestions for a wilderness  park, however, Hind-Smith is  adamant, claiming it cuts too  far into the Chapman Lake  watershed.  The watershed issue is central  to the argument of Almond and  Hind-Smith that prompt action  be taken toward the creation of  the wilderness park. According  to Hind-Smith, he hits a copy of  the report commissioned by the  SCRD and the Ministry of  Forests that states the Chapman  watershed is in "no danger"  from present logging.  Hind-Smith disagrees with  this assertion, saying he has  been in communication with a  knowledgeable source who  states that, although the report  Please turn to page 5  Parking problems  Access and parking at both Sunnycrest Mall and Marcorp  Development Corporation's new shopping cenlre at Highway  101 and Payne Road have come under the scrutiny of the  Ministry of Transportation and Highways (MOTH).  Frank May, representing Ihe new owners of Sunnycrest,  and Gibsons Town Planner Rob Buchan, met with Ray  DeGraff of MOTH and identified some of ihe problems surrounding the proposed expansion to the mall.  Buchan's report to Gibsons Council, November 20,  pointed out the present main entrance to the mall had poor  design, a lack of curbing along the east side of Sunnycrest  Road, and the current misuse of Sunnycrest Road allowance  for private parking purposes.  Mareorp's application for a Variance Development Permit  to reduce parking requirements for Iheir proposed new shopping cenlre has met a negative response from both the town  and MOTH.  Buchan stressed future Gibsons Bypass plans and the  substandard condilion of Payne Road would create problems  under Mareorp's existing proposal.  The Sunshine Coast Regional Dislricl Planning Committee  has agreed with the position of the town and are writing collectively to the Ministry to emphasize Iheir concerns.  by Jan Michael Sherman  At the end of the Sechelt  Council's last regular meeting  (November 21, 1990) before  Mayor-Elect MacLarty and her  new team are sworn in at noon  on December 3, 1990, the ever  irrepressible and unpredictable  Tom Meredith jumped up from  his chair and began handing out  unidentified xerox copies of  something he claimed - jokingly  - would prove he was "right."  The hand-out was a reprint of  a recent Vancouver Sun article  entitled "Why bike paths won't  work." It was an impish parting  dig at those recent candidates  who tried to fashion a telling  issue out of bike paths, walkways, and (even) pedestrian  overpasses in Sechelt.  But His Worship had bigger  fish to fry than just an oblique  comment on the relative merits  of one aspect of the campaign  as he perceived it.  With increasing emotion,  Meredith read from a prepared  statement which he later made  available to the Coasl News.  "For years at election time",  he began, "We have heard the  old adage 'You can't do  anything unless you are  elected���so do and say most  anything to get elected' - and  this still holds true."  The underlying cynicism in  the Mayor's opening words  brought something of a hush to  the already quietly attentive  Rockwood Annex, Significant  looks were discreetly exchanged  among members of the public  gallery, which included Ms  MacLarty and newly-elected  aldermen Peggy Wagner and  Art Whistler.  "I think this past election in  .Sechelt is a pretty good example  of the application of this  adage", Meredith continued.  "When an unidentified group,  changing its name, purports to  support a full slate, without the  agreement of some of the candidates and without their agreement on the total platform, it is  a sorry state of affairs."  (Meredith was referring to Ihe  campaign activities of 'Enough  is Enough' a well-heeled  pressure group who first made  waves in Setchelt when they took  out full page newspaper ads  urging the defeat of the Block  Seven referendum.  "It is of interest to note that  the 'group' finds that Sechelt  has been plagued with fiscal irresponsibility for the past two  years", the mayor declaim^,  his voice rising with ill-disguised  anger, going on to say that  "Three of the six aldermanic  candidate I presume support  this spurious assertion���having  served on Council for those  same past two years."  Meredith paused for a moment, took his attention away  from his written statement and  continued without referring to  it.  "I sincerely believe that the  District of Sechelt has had good  government   these   past   two  Plme tun to page 10  The out-going Meredith Condi Im Sechdt relaxes for posterity. From left  KoHbas, Wilson, Shanks, WHb and ReM surround His Worship. -J��Mtd��ti  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  i  - - ��� - - - - 2. Coast News, November 26,1990  comment.  A Free Zone  with meaning  Not so many weeks ago in this space, we called for the  immediate withdrawal of all Canadian forces from the  Persian Gulf. Apparently not enough of the right people  were listening, although we are heartened by the fan that,  slowly but surely, voices are beginning to be raised with  regard to this pathetic and dangerous misadventure.  But given a Defense Department tender of last week,  time may well be running out on a goodly number of  Canadian servicement and women.  The order, placed in the November 13 edition of the  Government Business Opportunities pmodical invites bids  on 800 "...pouch(es) for human remains, water and rot  resistant...94 inches long by 30 inches wide."  We must conclude that the least popular PM since the  advent of modern polling feels he has nothing to lose by  wasting a goodly number of Canadian lives in the service  of American oil ambitions. John Thompson, a Canadian  military expert (a term fast achieving oxymoronic status),  says that 800 body bags suggests to him that probably a  brigade of (about) 5000 troops might be what (Mulroney)  has in mind as his next move.  Another voice which Canadians seemingly have not  been paying enough heed is that of Mulroney's bellicose  little bulldog of an External Affairs Minister, Joe Clark.  "We are closer to war (now) than we have been since  Korea!" barks the PM's personal two-legged pit bull, and  still Canadians play ostrich in the shifting sands of time  fast running out.  This unconscious ploy of mass denial would be  laughable, were not the possible consequencs so dire.  But it is consistent with the herd instinct that harbingers  of unpleasant realities are ignored until it is too late to act  effectively.  Take the GST. At a time when Ottawa has long since  printed and shipped out to the provinces millions of pamphlets explaining and propagandizing this new miracle tax,  Canadians are just now (and half-heartedly) suiting to  register their disapproval.  To hell with GST-free zones. Let us immediately force  this crippled Prime Minister to declare the Persian Gulf a  "Canadian-Free Zone"���and pull out.  What service!  Far be it from us to tell the new Gibsons Council its  business. It has a plateful of problems to deal with and has  a better chance of rising to the challenge, on paper, than  any council in recent memory.  But really, one area that should be pondered is the  delivery of legal services to the town. The legal experts apparently get an opinion from one source on Gospel Rock  blasting and agree; later they receive an opposing opinion  and again agree. Is this good enough?  ���from our files ���  We Remember When  S Y.EARS AQO  Deputy Minister of Education Jim Carter announced  that Bowen Island would be removed from School Oistrict  46 and Incorporated Into West Vancouver's School District  45. The move affects 169 students from Kindergarten to  Grade 7 in the Bowen Island Community School.  The local labour organization headesd by Linda Olsen of  the Canadian Union of Public Employees has applied to'  the Canadian Labour Congress for a charter to form a  labour council with the right to collect dues from Union  members on the Sunshine Coast.  10 YEARS AQO  The battle between BC Hydro and the Cheekeye-  Dunsmuir Alliance began on the legal front when a  Supreme Court trial was convened on November 17.  Many passengers were surprised to find themselves  digging into their pockets for more money when they  entered the toll booths at the Horseshoe Bay lerry terminal; with very little publicity the fares were increased, effective November 15.  20 YEARS AQO  A crowded Selma Park Hall meeting heard details of the  proposed gravel removal plan through the Indian Reserve.  Anglican Canon Harry U. Oswald died on November 14  and was buried following a service at St. Bartholomew's Church.  30 YEARS AQO  The Hospital Organizing Committee has asked the  government for a December plebiscite to authorize construction ol a new hospital.  Sechelt Waterworks Ltd. publishes Its application to the  PUC for a 50 per cent water rate increase.  40 YeEARS AQO  Jim Veitch opens the Sunset Hardware store In Gibsons  backed by the Mac and Mac company. Work starts on  clearing the site for the Madeira Park Elementary School.  Clearing costs are estimated at $1500.  The Sunshine  eoAffafsif  Pabiiih.il i>v GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Advertising  Mgr:  Office Mgr:  Fran Burmlde  John Gilbert  Jean Broccoli  Anne Thumsen  Dee Grant  Editor:  Jan Michael Sherman  Rom Nicholson  Production: elan Schukt  Jackie Phelan  Bonnie McHeffey  Brian McAndrew  Bill Rogers  Bev Cranston  Ella Warner  Tin SUNSHINE COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, BC every Monday by Olataford  Press Ltd., Box 460, Qlbsons, BC, VON 1V0. Qlbsons .986-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt 885-3930; Qlbsons Fax 886-7725; Sschelt Fax  885-3954. Second Class Mall Registration No. 4702.  Tha SUNSHINE COAST NEWS ia protected by copyright and  reproduction of any part of It by any means Is prohibits unless  permission In writing is first secured from Qlaeatord Pratt Ltd.,  holders of the copyright.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES   CsnaM: 1 Y.ar Sift 6 Monlhs MO; Foralpn 1 Vsst 140  ���Jan Michael Sherman photo  "I'd give a half a dozen white mice for a good rewrite man!"  Meditations on the road behind  Walter Mitty's bastard child  Like most kids desperately in  search of direction, rather than  advice, I spent a good deal of  time observing the verbal and  (most especially) the non-verbal  behaviour of the adults in my  life. If I could somehow apprise  myself of just what these earth-  bound mini-gods were themselves ultimately after, if I could  figure out what personal priority held sway in their hearts, then  perhaps I might stumble across  the key to temporal happiness  and fulfillment.  I learned that, for the most  part, grown-ups talkeed a lot  about meeting their needs, but  spent most of their time and effort in a scramble to satisfy their  In a nutshell  desires. Getting everything they  wanted seemed to take precedence over just about  anything else, including, at  times, their children. (As a kid  I'd always believed that 1 was  what my parents had wanted  most of all, aside from each  other).  In short order, I concluded  tlnft what I hungered- for most  ingife went beyond the satisfaction of needs and desires. My  penultimate goal in life was  simply to do as I pleased. But it  was a goal consistently thwarted  by authority figures of good intention (but bad manners), who  employed every conceivable carrot and stick (mostly sticks, if  memory serves), to convince me  that a life dedicated to doing  what I pleased would only lead  to trouble.  I tried to explain that the prospect of some kind of (manageable) trouble was actively spurring me on, and fazed me nol a  whit. I ached for the trouble  that comes with adventure, exploration, and discovery. It was  the bland stuckness of life lived  too far back from the edge  which frightened me the most.  It took me some 25 years,  however, to understand that  before I could do what I pleased, I had to figure out just what  it was that pleased me in the  first place. This provesd to be a  process more global in scope  than I had anticipated when  first I set out on my quest.  At first, I thought I had only  to determine what I liked, to  know what pleased me. What a  laugh! I' like my German  Shepherd, but when she steals  and devours a 20 pound turkey  about to be served to a dozen  famished pilgrims, I am far  from pleased.  Finding out what I like involves trying absolutely  everything in sight, being disappointed more often than not,  and waiting for that glorious  moment when something unknown being sampled explodes  into my consciousness with the  long sought-after verdict "I  don't just like this���1 positively  love it."  Then comes the waiting  period, during which time the  things that I "love" vie for the  priviledge and the opportunity  to become one of my .acquired  tastes. In my personal hierarchy, acquired tastes are those  things which never grow stale,  never fail to please me, and  never let me down in any way.  But, at some point 1 cannot  recall, I realized that what  pleases me did not, in the last  analysis, equate to doing as I  please. Doing what 1 please  ultimately boils down to having  the wherewithal! to do precisely  what I want, and in my own  good time.  This particular freedom has  proven to be the most slippery  of them all, if only because to  attain it, one must somehow renounce all ambition.  To take this radical step,  however, would be to turn a  blind eye to personal achievement, and a sense of achievement gives much meaning to my  life.  Having thus squared the circle, and having boxed myself in  in the process, I have opted for  the only viable alternative.  I will do what 1 please when I  can afford to, and only hope  that when I am otherwise  engaged, nothing particularly  exciting will turn up.  But my bags and my heart  will be ready to leave at a moment's notice.  (I never dreamed doing what  I pleased would involve so much  compromise).  A little descriptive phrase  by S. Nutter  As I trundle along these days,  reading, listening to radio,  keeping half an eye on TV, bits  and phrases, ideas even surface  from time to time and I jot  them down on a pad of yellow  copy paper. When the pads are  full I riffle through them, picking oul anything that still looks  interesting and throw the pads  away.  The trouble with this go-  along (you could hardly call it a  system) is that you get these  items, intriguing maybe looking, but out of context of  course, and not ascribed to  anybody or anything, which  you simply cannot dredge up  any memory about at all. It's  like people's first names and  telephone numbers carefully  printed out on match folders,  and in the morning who in hell  can that be.  The latest little puzzler of this  sort is a one-liner obviously jotted down hurriedly, in quotation marks, reading in full:  "...looking more and more like  a shepherd who has eaten his  sheep".  Well, it's a good, even arresting descriptive phrase, but I  couldn't for the life of me  remember where il came from,  and it began to dog me a bit.  Obviously here we have a  description of someone, a man I  would think. .Someone else I  would think. A person doesn't  go to his glass in the morning  and have it occur to him that he  is looking more and more like a  shepherd who has eaten his  sheep.  Also this person, call him  Harry, has to be someone he  sees quite a lot of, because of  the 'more and more' aspect. At  some previous time then he  looked just a little like a  shepherd with a yen for shish-  kabob...?  I think if I were an editor I  would pencil out the 'more and  more', leaving us with still a  pretty telling phrase: Looking  like a shepherd who has eaten  his sheep.  But then again, what does a  shepherd who has eaten his  sheep look like really? Obviously not a skinny type, but this has  got to be a matter of expression.  Something more than just a  dribble of mutton fat off the  chin.  Something in the eyes  maybe? A furtive thing? Or a  heavy-lidded complacency with  a gleam of secret satisfaction  (well that will do for the little  baa-baa's). Or is it a totally  stricken look, the ultimate  breach of trust? A kind of  Judas Iscariot? Or is it only apprehension���where can he get  another job? Another  supply...?  Best perhaps we try to think  of someone, somebody we  know who might possibly look  like a shepherd who's eaten his  sheep. Jimmy Swaggert? He has  certainly at least bled his flock,  but there they all still are and  they seem to enjoy what he does  to them.  Some unscrupulous financier  perhaps. This would seem to be  a likely group alright. No question that they gobble up a lot of  sheep, but do they look as if  they do? I think not. These guys  don't really react to eating their  sheep. They seem to think it's  just some kind of professionalism.  Politicians then, the leaders,  elected shepherds of us all. Why  didn't we think of them at the  beginning. But here again is a  problem. I can't think of a one,  Premier, Prime Minister or  President, who has any look  about him of having eaten his  sheep. Rather, when we see  them on the screens these days,  beseiged as they almost always  are with crowds of media, being  battered perhaps with one shrilly repeated minor question  which it is hoped will be embarrassing, the effect is that, more  and more, the sheep are perhaps  eating the shepherds.  Is there no one then? Going  back a bit I think of at least one.  Stalin. Stalin looked exactly like  a shepherd who had eaten his  sheep; and if we go back to the  early footage of his career, we  find that in fact he looked more  and more like a shepherd who'd  eaten his sheep.  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  \  mmm.  ������j---,���---���-*������-'-���-���^-���i-g  ,'lm'^'^'��'mm.J.  ,MAAMMMM*M��l tLetUti. ttr tfu. ���ditoi  Coast News, November 26,1990  Findlay offers explanation  Editor:  An ad entitled "School  Trustee Election Facts" appeared in The Press immediately prior to the recent school  trustee election.  This ad was credited to two  of my opponents, Carol Adams  and Maureen Clayton. They  have since disclaimed the ad but  have publicly stated that they  saw and approved of the contents of the ad before its  publication and furthermore  nobody has identified themselves as the author or  originator of the ad.  It is important that the inaccuracies contained in the ad be  corrected as a matter of record:  1. All seven seats in the election for school board were not  challenged by members or supporters of Sunshine Coast  Parents for French (SCPF).  Shirley Hall has publicly denied  any such affiliation or sympathy with SCPF, for example.  2. No member of SCPF has  statesd any intention to reinstate  Early French Immersion (EFI)  in the public schools here. The  program actually serves 13 oer  cent of its school population in  the grades it is present. It has  not been expensive to this  school district ud any child has  been able to enrol, thereby ensuring that it is not "elitist".  3. The court action brought  by petitioners���all parents but  not all SCPF members���has  not cost the taxpayers anything  because the school board has  not yet paid the outrageously  high bill. The bill should be  "taxed" before the district forwards payment.  4. The petitioners have indicated a willingness to attempt  to settle the issue of the process  by which the school board  makes decisions, out of court  thereby avoiding any further  legal fees an appeal would involve. According to the school  board's lawyer from Davis &  Co., the board has refused to  follow this advice given by him.  5. I, Mary Findlay, am not  the president of SCPF. My term  ended in tate April when elections were held and Elaine Peers  became president.  6. Although I officially  changed my name from Mary  Bland to Mary Findlay (my  birth name) some time ago���the  name was not registered on the  voters' list. In order to be a can  didate for school trustee my  name had to be on the voters  list, according to the returning  officer, Malcolm Sluuiks. I  made several inquiries in this  regard and was told repeatedly  that I could not run as Mary  Findlay. So I had all my printed  material completed with the  same name as would appear on  the ballot���Mary Bland.  7.1 ran in .Sechdt because I  was asked to do so. All that is  required are two constituents  from the electoral district to  nominate a candidate. A school  trustee cannot in good conscience favour children of one  area over any others in providing educational opportunities.  My involvement and  background in the school  system stand as a testimonial to  the fact that I am a multi-issue  person with regard to my candidacy for school trustee.  I am sorry for any  misunderstanding that has  arisen over this ad or my candidacy. Thank you for this opportunity to address the public  on this matter.  Mary Findlay  Reader claims BC Tel sell swell  Editor:  The option being offered by  BC Telephone for Sechelt residents to have free access to the  city of Vancouver is a great opportunity, particularly in  today's information driven  world.  Toll free service would allow  students, teachers, researchers  and others to tap into the Vancouver Public Library's extensive research files. New modem  services at the library will be on  line next summer when the toll  free Sechelt service would start.  The toll free service would allow  unfettered access to the University of BC, to some of Canada's  leading hospitals and medical  clinics ��� for example to call a  bedridden friend or to request  information ��� and to the best  entertainment in the province.  You could buy your theatre  tickets, book you hotel room  and notify friends of your visit,  all toll free.  Honestly, the ability to call  Vancouver any time without a  toll would help everyone from  truck mechanics seeking a part  to grandparents wanting to talk  to the children.  Aside from these obvious advantages of a toll free link to  Vancouver is the convenience it  would provide for a great  number  of Sechelt  residents  who are struggling to work via  fax, modem and phone with  Vancouver from their electronic  cottages. These people ��� part  of a dynamic trend ��� nesed not  commute if they can set up their  office right here on the coast  where their paycheques are  spent. A toll free phone link  with the city could be an enormous economic boon to .Sechelt  while reducing ferry traffic.  Vote yes for the toll free service to Vancouver. You lifestyle, your children and your  community will be the better for  it.  Frank O'Brien  Sechelt  Deck their halls, f  Just call or visit us today  to send the FTD�� Holiday  Cheer1" Bouquet. ,500.00  OrtheFTD  Season's Greetings  Bouquet. TO.0O  ytnrv-j^pvi &foa/er&  Kitty Corner to Post Office  5654 Dolphin St., Sechelt  665-9455  earn.    ,.wohd  Editor:  Shame on the Gibsons  authorities who were sucked into supporting a referendum of  sorts on the GST. Ever since the  re-election of the Conservatives,  Ihe opposition parties have  made the GST an issue of par-  tisan politics of the worst kind.  Should we admire the  courage and wisdom of the opposing parties to be against the  tax? 1 say NO, not unless they  propose a concrete alternative,  whose consequences are as  specifically known and spelled  out as the consequences of the  GST. They are not asking you  to be against the GST���though  their words may falsely seem to  say thai. They are saying���rise  up against the Conservative  Party, support us. Put your  faith blindly in us. Don't think  about the mess we (the Liberals)  created  in   previous  govern-  Pesticide  parallel  Editor:  In last week's paper, the  medical staff of St. Mary's expounded their crusade against  the use of herbicides in forestry.  The hypocrisy of this stance is  somewhat amusing. If their  same arguments were applied to  their own field they would find  their medicine cabinets bare.  There is one certainty in the  use of such substances be they  herbicides or drugs, and that is  there never will be definitive  answers on all potential effects.  Most reasonable people will  continue to weigh the benefits  against the known side-effects,  consider the risks, and then act  accordingly.  Such people looking at herbicide use in forestry in BC today, would quickly surmise that  relative to human health, the  operations are obviously  benign.  If the good doctors of St.  Mary's are looking for meaningful issues to address in the  human health field, one would  think it unnecessary for them to  wander sp far afield. May I suggest they start with the pervasive  abuse of prescription drugs.  R.M. Giza  Gibsons  'suckered'?  ments, or what we (the NDP)  might do with our peculiar set  of priorities. Trust us, but don't  trust the PC's.  Don't get carried away with  our past record, we've changed  (HolHo!). Just look how low  we will stoop, jeopardizing the  very institutions of government  in Canada with every trick we  can think of, to save you from  the GST. If we have nothing  specific to offer instead, just  trust us. When we are in power  we will find a way���jusi don't  ask us what it may be. Fighting  the GST, we think, is our best  chance of election next time  around, because none of you  like taxes, right?  So our municipal ballot will  ask the citizens of Gibsons to  join in these partisan politics, by  inviting you to vote against the  tax. And I think it's a disgraceful abuse of our electoral  process.  I offer a parable. A man  stands at a fork in the road. One  fork leads down a path abundantly clear in its hardships and  destination. The other is a complete unknown. Down the other  fork may be quicksand, washouts, overflowing rivers, the  very gates of Hell. A serpent advises the man: "You know  where the first fork goes and  you don't want to go there, do  you? 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Renaud, left, leaves Curator Jean MuntWI,  right, in charge as David Morgan and Jennifer MacKowan do a Utile out of dais study.  ���Joel JohruloM photo  An exhibit in Sunnycrest Mall  Art students make mark  Elphinstone students are  making their mark on the  graphic arts scene with their  first exhibit last week at Sunnycrest Mall.  The Career Preparation Program, instructor Jude Renaud  has nurtured since starting out  with six Grade 12 students, has  now blossomed into an exhibit  featuring 85 works of art and  photographs. It has the makings  of the first work co-operative  program on the Sunshine Coast  for grade level students.  Five students have sold works  to Sunnycrest shoppers at the  exhibit, which they designed, set  up and conducted with the  blessing of the mall, who  donated the space in the vacant  Knitwits section.  Ii "What happened here," says  Marketing Director for Sunnycrest, Batyah Frerhw, "is that  they asked for a space two  weeks prior to the end of the  month so I offered this space  free of charge."  This is what the students  wanted, Renaud says, and it is  just the beginning of a series of  displays they hope will result in  a permanent home for their  travelling show. The gallery of  visual works' will be at the  Roberts Creek Hall from  November 30 to December 8. It  will then move to the Women's  Institute Hall in Gibsons for a  December IS opening.  The students have received  approval from the Town of  Gibsons to put on a display at  City Hall in Council Chambers.  Renaud adds that both the  Town and the School Board  want the class to put on a  presentation, but she and the  students will hold off until the  new council and board  representatives are in place  before they deal with that prospect.  Meanwhile, Renaud sings the  praises of the dedication being  shown by her class and has been  proud to hear positive responses  and commentary from the exhibit's visitors.  The professionalism they are  displaying in both works and attitudes, have led to students being placed with local businesses  such as E & E Photography.  Photographers June Boe and  Ted Peters have taken students  under wing, and Photoworks in  Trail Bay Mall is holding out  for one of their own too, Re-  nand says.  L     >! Sunshine Ridge  V^kt/ 6 DELUXE 3 BEDROOM  ^^^ TOWNHOMES  School Road (near North Rd.), Qlbsons  PHASE 3 now inum  1620 sq. ft. & Balcony   ��� Oak Cabinets      ��� Cahport  ��� 1 Vi Bathrooms    ��� Mini Blinds  ��� Soaker Tub ��� Heritage Doors  ��� Skylight ��� Close to Schools & Shops  3W%  ���"--���il ���'  PUCE REDUCED  Lisa Keller  886-4680  Quality Developments by  HANS OUNPUU CONSTRUCTION  A Division Of 886-4880  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  J  The Career Preparation Program allows money to be used  to set up students in work cooperation program situations. It  will also help fund the purchase  of an Amiga 2000 computer so  that the class can progress into  the computer generated art  field.  One of the first bright lights  to shine is Patricia Hammond,  who was chosen out of a field of  90 submissions by professional  and amateur artists to display  her work at the Sechelt Arts  Centre Juried Arts Show. She  has also been invited to carry on  a display of her works at the  Showpiece Gallery in Gibsons.  The experience that the  young artists are gaining from  the presentation work, will also  be .aided by marketing spwaMU  Fremes stepping into class to  share her knowledge towards  the selling of thdr works.  Renaud hopes the students'  confidence will grow as they  receive more and more feedback  from the community at large.  Fears for  watershed  Continued from Page 1  is thorough and comprehensive,  it draws largely on the existing  information of othetr watersheds in the province that have  litde in common with the Chapman watershed.  Hind-Smith, stating that he  has seen lnterfor maps depicting proposed roads into the  heart of the Chapman watershed, "doesn't understand why no  action has been taken to ensure  this doesn't happen."  He states that all interested  parties (the SCRD, local logging  interests, the Forest Ministry  and the public, represented by  Hind-Smith and Almond) are in  agreement that a Tetrahedron  Wilderness Park is at least a  possibility.  Hind-Smith, himself a  Tetrahedron Alliance member,  has .been unsuccessful in turning  the Alliance's attention away  from the recreational area and  focusing at least some of its  energy on the wilderness park  and the possible harm to the  watershed.  "If the recreational site is  made open to public use before  the wilderness park is established," asserted Hind-Smith,  "there will be litde to stop the  logging interests from moving  into the area of the proposed  wilderness park and, therefore,  the watershed."  EXTRAS  MEN'S  Batik Shirts  Woven Vaiti  WatohM  eVkHi.-Sat., 10-5  Sun.tM  ���nMe Smont living,  Sechelt, B.C.  Hours: f w ^^^ Prices effective  2? ,m.;.M -pm    l1 "VJLffi *��on., Nov. 19th  Fridays'Till 9 pm   Sun. ft Holidays to Sun. Nov. 25th  Family Pack ��� Boneless ^.^ mik\   mWm.  Top Sirloin W\      n Q  STEAK      ,.������.OO  9-1 tKrj Weight Range- Frozen -Utility Grade _ _     ^mm.  young m      m n  TURKEY    ntm. I. 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Coast News, November 26,1990  community news  RCMP in an emergency  by .George Cooper, M6-M10  Someone witnesses an accident or a misdemeanor and hurries to the police station at night  to report, rings the doorbell. No  answer. Walks away grumbling? Or turns to the telephone a  few feet away at the side of the  street?  If no coins are available, dial  0 and the operator will put the  call through. Within second of  giving the information to the  police dispatcher the officers in  the patrol cars are apprised of  the information and are responding to it.  From a private telephone a  call to 886-2243 will connect  you to the police at any time in  the 24 hours of the day. During  office hours the call is taken by  the staff in the Gibsons RCMP  building and the information  immediately passed to the officers for action.  After hours, dialing 886-2245  puts the caller directly in touch  with the RCMP Telecom-  munication   Centre   in   Van-  COUVCT.  "We bought a line connecting us with Gibsons RCMP,"  the Centre's supervisor, Sandy  Vogstad told us, "which means  the line is open only for calls to  886-2245. After office hours in  Gibsons the clerk there flips a  switch and all calls to that  number come directly to us in  Vancouver. We can immediately radio the patrol cars. All this  within 10 or 15 seconds of  receiving the call."  The Telecommunications  Centre, one of many in the province, serves Sechelt detachment  by a separate direct line. For  short, the Centre is referred to  as '43' by the RCMP here.  "The line is available only for  citizens' calls," Sfuidy emphasize.  AU calls are taped and retained for one month," she continued, "If an officer needs information regarding a motor  vehicle license for example, we  can provide it within seconds."  In a motor vehicle and injury  situation, for instance, '43' can,  besides the officer on patrol,  call the ambulance, tow truck,  fire, and any other agency required.  "In a situation where an  RCMP member needs another  member for back-up, '43' attends to it with no delay at all,"  Constable Jim McDonald told  us. "The old ways with local  dispatchers, sometimes new on  the job, occasionally ted to  some confused situations."  "But no errors with '43'," he  said.  Sandy said that some callers  are reluctant to give their names  NEW HOURS: HKKS:  THURS. 11-4.-30PM  FRI. 114:30PM  SAT. 11-4PM  Htf* THRIFTY'S  Help The  GIBSONS ���frB8C12  886-2488 or Box 598  umuuilil m*mm*m9a*aamVm*m*flMa  INVEST IN  YOUR COMMMUNITY  Fully leeased Commercial Building in Gibsons Lower Village.  Well priced at $150,000.00.  Viesw Site with room to eapand. Owner will stay on as tenant.  Call Don Sutherland at Pebbles Realty.  886V8107 or at home 886-3131.  Opm House noon until 1 PM on November 29th.  ���nimninii ijewaatiMaaB  when calling '43' with information.  "If the caller requests  privacy, we will not give out the  caller's name over the radio.  We'll use the telephone to give  the information to the RCMP  members. It is very important,  however, for any following investigation by the police, that  they have the caller's name and  address for future referral."  Avoid using the nonemergency RCMP telephone  number after office hours. For  immediate response any time in  the 24-hour day, call 886-2245.  LANGDALE ELEMENTARY  Craft and Bake sale,  December I at Sunnycrest Mall,  starting at 11 am. Money raised  will be used for those extras that  brighten the school year; for example, field trips, outdoor learning on nearby islands, skiing,  and other projects.  ELECTION REFLECTIONS  Folks with a sense of rumour  had good pickings in the Gibsons municipal election,, particularly concerning campaign  funds. Let's have open-to-view  lists of donors next time, in  1993.  The voters' total grew to 1849  on election day. Since 998  voted, the percentage voting is  about 55 per cent. Terrific?  H'mmm. Better than usual, yes,  but that leaves 45 per cent that  remained buried like clams in  the mudflats of apathy.  Good to see Joe Horvath a  candidate again for school  board. Joe was on the board for  several years finishing up as  chairman before he resigned in  December, 1975. He had also  been chairman of the Finance  and PR committees.  "I thought I'd get some  discussion going on French Immersion before the election, and  I think I did."  Audrey Owens' Gibsons Elementary Primary Class te pictured with the  the Coaat Newt, after winning laat wtek'a Cues* Where.  they received from  ���StmtBuueMcakoto  Food Bank neods holp  is  Nifty Thrifty's and the Gibsons Food Bank has become  something of a humble, but  helpful, fixture on the local  landscape. The operation's all-  volunteer staff has provri loyal,  contributions from business and  private individuals have been  forthcoming from some quarters, but the fact remains that  times are tough for the nonprofit organization.  "We have been and are still  there for people needing  assistance", assured Eileen  Spencer, the earnest, dedicated  President of the Food Bank and  Nifty Thrifty's.  "But the time has come to  ask for the community's help-  and I can't emphasize too  strongly that this help is needed  now", Ms Spencer informed the  Coast News.  The  Food  Bank  operates  twice a month (on a regular  basis), but without immediate  TERM IPANS  Meet with DICK ESTEY on  Wednesday, November 28,1990  at the COMMUNITY FUTURES OFFICE  205 - 5710 Teredo St., Sechelt  Tel: 885-1959  to discuss your need for a TERM LOAN, to expand,  buy or start a business. Other services Include  CASE counselling, training and vsntura loans.  To arrange an appointment, call:  666-7703 ��� North Vancouver  La Banque ottre aes services  ��  dans les deux langues offlclelles  BACKING INDEPENDENT BUSINESS  Fadaral Buslntii  Davtlopmtnt Bank  Banquet Itdaralt  dadavalopp^t  q^  infusions of financial and  material resources, it is  anybody's guess as to how long  the operation can sustain itself.  "We desperately need donations of cash, food, and clean  clothing", Eileen Spencer  stresses, a hopeful catch in her  voice. "But we would also like  to take this opportunity to  thank organizations such as the  Royal Canadian Legion Branch  109, Super Valu, Ken's Lucky  Dollar, Gibsons Building Supplies, Henry's Bakery, local  churches, load stores and���of  course��� many individuals who  have made personal donations."  Ms Spencer feels that part of  the reason the Food Bank has  fallen on hard times���and only  a small part���has to do with its  location. "The steps at Ken's  appear to be too steep for some  folk to navigate", she noted,  adding that "You can reach the  Food Bank and Nifty Thrifty's  by the lane at the back of  Hunter's Gallery."  Spencer hopes to be able to  weather the Christmas/New  Year's period, and then regroup  in the New year. But she can't  do it alone.  Elves Club Week  Gibsons Mayor Diane Strom has declared December 1 to  December 7 to be "Elves Club Week".  All members of the community are urged to succumb to  Ihe true spirit of Christmas, and make a generous donation to  help this most worthy organization spread Christmas happiness.  RGfljGtnofia  Vm that stateial Chuslmax gift  <zbofk JLiucuxLoui, -JoweLi.  jbeLicate.   Isiagxancni  Linicjus <^Tcc��i.i.oiUi.  S67C COWRIE ST., SECHELT 685-4893  !  I  ���fif ?tf��a. Dancer of renown  The Semi-Tones brought their fundraising variety to Gibaoas  on behalf of St. Mary's Hospital laat Friday.   ���Jod JottOW tmMt  Arts Centre films  On Wednesday, November  28 at 8 pm the Sunshine Coast  Arts Centre concludes its Fall  Film series with 'Sugarbaby', a  1984 release from West Germany.  Director Percy Adlon has a  knack for choosing off-beat  subjects, in this case, an obese  mortician's assistant who falls  in love with a handsome  younger man. Adlon has made  a comedy, not a film with a  message, but he has nevertheless  shown that fat women have  hands, organs, senses, affections, passions...for a brief  period Marianne stops being  lonely and even the hardest  heart will be moved.  Admission is $4 at the door.  Thank You  To all my supporters, campaign  workers and those who voted for me  November 17.1 pledge to work cooperatively with the strong group of  alderpersons elected for the good of  Gibsons.  T. Eric Small  MAYOR ELECT  byJaal��Ldflfcm,.M,MMl  Roberts Creek is lucky to  have such a talented, experienced dancer as Denise O'Brien living here. Denise O'Brian has  spent an illustrious career dancing the world over with the Anna Wyman Dance Theatre, a  contemporary dance troupe  from Vancouver. During her 10  year career with Anna Wyman,  Ms O'Brian has danced her way  around Europe several times.  One of the greatest honours  of her career was to be ptf of  the first modern dance company  invited to tour China. This was  in 1980. Ms O'Brian performed  as a soloist to audiences of over  2000, all of them dressed in the  Mao uniform. Her hosts, the  Chinese dancers, would perform in sumptuous costumes  and make-up, only to scrub  their faces and don the  customary plain blue uniform  of the regime afterwards. As an  honoured guest of the Communist Party, the Anna Wyman  Dance Theatre was treated  royally, not only to food, accommodations and all forms of  courtesies, but also with invitations to edanoe theatre.  All Chinese, O'Brian says,  are dancers, and those who  choose to dance professionally  are government supported. The  Chinese dancers are expert  technicians dancing with incredible skill and grace. Ms  O'Brian was in awe when asked  by one of the accomplished  Chinese dancers to teach her.  There were other incredible  sights and adventures in India  and Mexico, but the most  prestigous was the Dance Company's New York debut. To  dance in New York gives a company recognition. But it costs  <B    Gibsons  ft District  Public Library!  Houre:  9:30-5 pm  9:30-5 pmS  12:30-8 pma  9:30-5 pm  STORYTIME:  Wed "    "  PRE-M0VING  Sewtee SOOTS  am* ........ ����� *-  *' ' "      ���  Treat your car to the servicelt deserves  and yourself to Christmas Savings^  FRONT  Brakes  Includes:  ��� Resurface rotor  ��� Service all moving parts  ��� Install pads (labour)  $TfM00  Labour only  Additional charoa on 4 wheel disc or full floating rear axla.  Phone now for an appointment  885-5131  Sunshine ll  WHOte  THE  CUSTOMER  IS 91  M0L6792  Wharf & Cowrie, Sechelt       885-5131  the company a great deal to rent  a theatre; money that is almost  never regained by the evening's  receipts. Yet, to dance in New  York is unquestionably a climax  to a damn's career. Denise  O'Brian has seen the bright  lights, thrilled the audiences,  heard the applause. Now she's  here in Roberts Creek to raise a  family and to teach dance.  Although a contemporary  dancer, Ms O'Brian's background was in ballet. In her early years she was a student of  Gwetnyth Lloyd, founder of the  Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company and first lady of dance in  Canada. Later, she travelled to  London for two years of advanced studies at the Royal  Ballet School. In London she  danced in her first film. Nearby  in Germany, she performed as a  classical soloist with the Mainz  Bailer. There were also many  summer sessions at the Banff  School of Fine Arts.  Denise O'Brian is now  teaching ballet, contemporary  dance and creative dance for all  ages. Classes are held in Gibsons and Davis Bay. Call Demise  O'Brian (886-3831) for more information.  FITNESS  The last after-school fitness  session at Roberts Creek  Elementary will be November  22 with classes beginning again  January 8 in the New Year.  LIBRARY  The Roberts Creek Library is  open Tuesday, 6 to 9 pm;  Thursday, 3 to 7 pm; Saturday  10 am to 1 pm.  Coast News, November 26,1990  CITIZENS OF GIBSONS  Thank you for your trust.  I shall not fail you.  MARGARET McCAUGHAN-MORRISON  Motorhomes and Pickup Campers  New .and Used at Wholesale Prices  HAPPY HOLIDAY MOTORHOME       886-9025  RENTALS, SALES ft SERVICE ltd.     888-8481  if  m  |1991 Autoplan Changes  [PREMIUMS  Who pays more?Why?  Based on past experience and  projections, ICBC requires  4.S per cent more premium  income in 1991 - 3 percent to  pay for claims and improved  Autoplan benefits, plus I.S  per cent to offset the impact  of the federal Goods and  Services Tax.  Each year. ICBC  determines which coverages,  territories and vehicle uses  have increased or decreased  in relative claims cosl.  If your premium is changed  more than the average, it is  because of the various factors  which affect insurance rating:  the value, age and use of your  j3j| vehicle, where you live, what  Sit coverage you choose and  where you are on the Claim-  Rated Scale.  Compulsory Coverage  The largest pan of your basic  Autoplan insurance is made  up of liability coverage (to  protect you if claims are  brought against you by  others) and No-Fault Accident coverage. Premiums for  these coverages, including  extended liability, are being  increased, on a province-wide  average, by 4 per cent for  claim-free motorists. As we  mentioned above, depending  upon where you live and the  coverage you choose, the  change in your premium may  differ from the average.  Collision &  Comprehensive  Each year about a third of all  vehicle models are "aged"  and the collision premium is  adjusted lo reflect decreased  value. Collision premium  increases may apply to other  vehicle models.  Comprehensive coverage  premiums are also adjusted to  reflect claims experience,  vehicle value, use and  territory. Sharp increases in  windshield, theft and  vandalism claims have led  ICBC to increase premiums  for Comprehensive coverage  by an average IS percent.  Uninsured Motorist Protection  (UMP) will cost $3 more.  GST Impact  When you buy your Autoplan  insurance you will not pay the  7 per cent GST on your 1991  Autoplan premiums. Financial  transactions of this nature are  exempt.  However, ICBC will be  required to pay the GST on  many goods and services it  purchases.  ANY GOOD  NEWS?  Yes. More and more people  are participating in carpools  and we've made a change thai  will make carpooling an even  better deal. In the past you  could drive a vehicle rated lor  "pleasure only" to and from  work on only 4 days in a  calendar month. We've increased that to 6 days so lhal.  even in the longer months of  the year, four carpool members who own pleasure-rated  vehicles con share the driving  to and from work without  relating their vehicles, as long  as each of them drives to work  not more lhan 6 days in the  calendar month. The change  lo 6 days also applies to some  other vehicle use classes. Ask  your Autoplan agent to be  sure you are ratesd correctly.  Increased Weekly  Benefits  As of January I. 1991  accident victims who qualify  will receive increased  compensation for lost wages.  ICBC is increasing the maximum weekly indemnity from  $200 to $300 provided that,  does nol exceed 75 fter cent of  the victim's gross weekly  income at the time of the  accident. This will apply to all  new claims as well as to all  outstanding claims. Payments  will not be retroactive  but will start at the new  level in January 1991.  Short Term Savings  Prior to January I, 1991 a  surcharge of 5 per cent of the  annual premium has been  charged to people licencing  and insuring their vehicles for  periods of less than 12 months  (short term licence and  insurance). This surcharge has  been reduced to 4 per cent  (minimum $20) to make the  short term option even more  affordable.  WHAT ELSE?  Territories  For insurance rating purposes.  BC is divided into 14  territories. In the past your  Autoplan agent asked where  your vehicle was principally  operated in determining your  premium. Now. for most  vehicles, the territory is  defined as where the vehicle is  "garaged" that is. "primarily  located when nol in use". In  most cases, this would be the  vehicle owner's home  address. This and other  territorial changes have been  made lo accurately reflect  claims experience in different  parts of Ihe Province.  Commercial Rate  Classes  As of January I. 1991. new  value ranges and rale classes  apply to commercial vehicles  lo account lor increases in Ihe  price of new vehicles and  deregulation in the industry.  The dividing line between  lighl and heavy commercial  vehicles is now set ai 5.(XK)  kilograms and operating  distances have been redefined.  Commercial operators need  to contact their Autoplan  agents to determine how these  changes affect them.  Please Note:  These Autoplan changes are  effective Januaty I, 1991.  IK  ���ICBC Coast News, November 26,1990  M.  I    _       Selected  f     OALaL   Sweaters  I 20 to 50% off  MARY'S VARIETY  Pre-Chrlstmas Sale  %> Nov. 28, 29th & 30th **  Open 7 Days A Week 88.S.8077  Gower Pi. Rd., Gibsons Landing WH��  Eagles & Whales Gallery  ��� Framed Cinidlin Prints  . Posters  r Art  . a Custom Framing at Budget  . Pdces  . Sunshine Cent Photos  It's Beginning To Look Like  *  BASKETS  CALENDARS  CARDS  GIFTS  ORNAMENTS  WRAPS   ���  GowarPt.Rd.Glbaona Landing IIS-2I1I  CS REALTY LTD. 886-8107  Gibsons Quay Toll Free: 681-3044  sHIO.N KOL Illjl I  DocksfDe  "t have a cold What do you  recommend 1 take? There  seem to be so many products..."  Nothing you can take lor Ihe  common told will make il go  away Vou will gel belief A simple cold will tun its course in 6 to  7 days The best advice anyone can give you is: Go to  bed for a few days and  drink plenty of fluids.  However, youve protebly heard  lhat .before and already know  you haveni tlte time  You can treat the symptoms  of your cold-symplom by  symplom-as they occur You  Hill still have it. but you may (eel  tetter  II you are a diabetic, or have  high blood pressure or glaucoma.  or must avoid alcohol, ask your  pharmacist which medicines you  may take Don't combine  cold medicines with alcoholic beverages,  Which cold products will be ef  lective' It depends upon your  symptoms  Cold .products are foimulated  ,n>decongestants antihistamines  cough suppressants expecto  rants ana analgesics The prod  eUCt I label will tell you what its  jtiion is Avoid Ihe multi block  busier approach There s no point  taking something lot symptoms  vou don't have  Decongestant cold products are usually the most  useful. They relieve j stuffed  up' feeling by shnnking swollen  blood vessels in Ihe nasal pas  sages Ulnvin1 drofts. Sudaled1  .iml I Hor' arc lamihar examples  Antihistamines dry up  nasal secretions, n you have  a very runny nose and post nasal  dnp, these can help Don't take  SEVEN DA YS A WEEK  "All - Too - Common Cold"  thrm il vou are congested or are  coughing antihistamines will  make these conditions worse  Dimetane*. Benadryl*, and Ctikx  Trifjolon* are three well known  antihistamines, however, Ihey  tend to cause drowsiness in most  people Seldane* and Hismanal*  are antihistamines which do not  produce this side effect These  medicines have an added advan  tags ol being long acting, so one  dose per day is all thai is needed  Be sure to rollow the Instructions  on the .package, and ask your  pharmacist if you have any eques  Inms .ilxiut these products  There are iwo lands ol told  COUghf- .productive (it brings up  phlegm) and non productive nhe  dry. hacking kind)  If you have a productive  cough, you need an expec  torant. The best, and certainly  ihecheapesl is ordinary water  Cough suppressants are  for dry, hacking coughs  Roth codeine and dextmmethor  ph.m (DMi are excellent cough  suppressants to be used if your  cough is keeping you from sksep  ing You will have io ask your  pharmacist for cough .products  containing codeine as it is a nar  tout DM Is not a narcotic You  can find it in Robttitsan* DM and  etienybn* DM and many other  preparations Delsym* is a rela  lively new cough suppressant  that contains DM in a special for  mula which allows it lo be ab  sortoed slowly For this reason it  can be taken less frequently than  other cough medicines  In adults. ASA or acetamm  ophen may be used lo treal  aches, fever or headache In children, teenagers and young  adults, however, only acetamm  ophen lie Tylenol* Tempra*.  Panadol*. others) should be used  if a fever is .present The use of  .ASA in children, teenagers  and young adults has been  associated with Reyes syndrome, a rare illness which  causes vomiting, lethargy  (lazy feeling}, irritability, and  confusion. Reyes syndrome  can become serious and  should be treated by a doctor.  Try lo get more resl Many  people swear by the nighttime  use ol a vaporizer or room hu  mtdifler .Both are good ideas  I>i hi I pile cold pmdikts t>nr  on lop ol the other Head tlic  Libel know whal symptom vou  are treating Your pharmatisl  can help you largel trcaimeni lo  symptom  If your cold has not improved within 4 or 5 days,  see your doctor, a simple  common cold can become  somclhing more senous  An advisor? column written by  The  Canadian  Pharmacrullial  J  Any Non-Winning On-line Ticket  16.9 LolloBC. E.f'fSSO.BC Keeiol  <��      Each week we will draw for  $10.00 worth ol your choice  ol lottery tickets  (X9  THURSDAY IS SENIORS1 OAT  Save 10% H  With Gold Cirt Card  E-cppt Prescriptions and Lottery Tickets  OPEN HOUSE  Sun., Dae. 2,1-4pm  Gary & Sandra Kelly  will Explain Woodturnlng &  Sllversmlthlng Techniques  Col. Douglas Dickson,  Author, will be signing Ills  latest Adventure Book  efrVMff MftleJ  Ed Hill, will be explaining  the style ol painting lhat he  used to Illustrate the Book  ' Cover Broken Wing  mShbhv Piece Gdllerym  & ClSTOM FRAMING  280 Gower Pt. Rd., Glbaona Unding  GALLERY886-9213 FRAMING 886-9215  M  Wishful Thinking  Salt water aquarium supplies  ' Sweet fragrances in soap, bath crystals, talcum,  potpourri. Simmering pots for all tastes.  YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD DRUG STORE  28 days to Christmas  275 Gower Point Road.  Gibsons Landing  886-3812  custom Ceramics  Ceramics Instruction  Workshops  ���r  B/oVNL&NS  Open: lues Sal to 4  Tues & Thurs evrs  6 30-9 30  453 Marine Drive-Gibsons Landing ��� 886-3233  FIBERGLASS  SUPPLIES  In Stock  Complete Foam Shop  leaeMi  tm)mm)mmtmmmm.  ktm)*mm)mmmm+mmtmmmmm Coast News, November 26,1990  Gibsons Council goes quietly  Changing of the guard  Mayor Diane Strom and Mayor-elect Eric Small exchange congratulations at the last town council  meeting, Tuesday. Their next exchange, December 3, will lie a ceremonial passing of the Town Key to  mark the beginning of Small's term for the next three years. -Joel Johutoae pinto  by Joel Johnstone  Mayor Diane Strom presided  over her last Town of Gibsons  council meeting last Tuesday  amid the glare of Channel 11  camera lights, news media  faces, a crowd made up of a mix  of council-elects, and incoming  Mayor Eric Small (notepad in  hand), regular attendants for  regular concerns, flushed faces  from the day's fresh developments, and a subdued trio of  aldermen.  The meeting agenda, relevant  reports and minutes laid out for  Alderman Gerry Dixon lay  unruffled in front of his empty  chair.  And regular business began.  A proclamation to declare  December I to 7 official Elves  Club Week in lieu of hard work  and the needy, was read,  followed by adoption of last  meeting's minutes.  A letter recommending  Hayden Killam and the Valentine Lands Corporation look to  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District to resolve their water re-  Yacht Club docks challenged again  by Stuart Burnside  "Procedure was clearly  violated in the first process,"  SCRD Director Gordon Wilson  told Bill Hunsche at the  November 22 meeting of the  SCRD.  Hunsche, a Garden Bay resident, appeared at the meeting to  enlist the SCRD's aid in halting  the approval of a foreshore  lease by the Seattle Yacht Club  (SYC), an organization of  boating enthusiasts who use  Garden Bay as a harbour for  two months of the year.  Wilson's assertions of procedural violation was in  reference to events which occurred in May of this year when,  according to Hunsche, the SYC  made expansions to its existing  docks in Garden eBay by some  30 per cent based upon an application to do so that was never  approved in writing by the .Land  Management Branch.  Hunsche, acting on behalf of  Graham Lewis, who owns the  neighbouring waterfront to the  south of the yacht club, said,  that while the club was ordered  to remove its new floats,  (something the club did comply  with), they were also to move  their main dock toward the  north a distance of 30 to 35 feet,  something they have yet to do.  The 30 to 35 feet in question,  says Hunsche, means the SYC's  main dock is on Lewis' property  and its presence makes access to  Lewis' own floats "awkward  and   possibly  dangerous."  Hunsche went on to say that he  felt he had exhausted all other  avenues of action, from the  Coast Guard to the Ministry of  Crown Lands, and was now  asking the SCRD for help in  stopping the SYC's application  process until they comply with  previous government dictates.  The deadline for objections  to the application, according to  Garden Bay resident Edith Daly, also at the meeting, is  December 7 and when the  SCRD was asked what could be  quests was moved to forward to  the necessary parties involved.  The Planning Committee  meeting of November 13 had no  report or results or recommendations due to the fact it didn't  take place, council choosing instead to leave planning to the  newly elected who take the reins  on December 3.  The West Howe Sound Fire  Protection Committee meeting  of November 5, dealt with a bylaw of which there was no  discussion, extraneous listing of  chapters or sections, pursuant  to's or subsections.  The Sunshine Coast Maritime  Society report read by Town  Administrator Lorraine .Goddard mentioned a four-by-four  foot wall, a trench was excavated, a considerable amount  of water was found, the drain  and backflll left as is.  No motion or recommendation. No motion to carry.  Alderman Lilian Kunstler  read a letter from and about the  Provincial Emergency Program  noting "there must be an area  co-ordinator  in  place."  She  done before that date, Gordon  Wilson said a letter of objection  would be drafted the following  day  When the district members  were asked by Hunsche what, if  anything, could be done by the  SCRD to bring and keep the  SYC into compliance, he was  told by Director Jim Gurney,  that while the area in question  was in fact crown land, it was  possible to have it rezoned and  brought under SCRD jurisdiction.  went on to mention a move  towards allowing Elphinstone  students to be allowed to exhibit  their artwork in council  chambers.  Strom, though in favour,  suggests council leave it to the  incoming new members  Kunstler drew a small round  of applause for her farewell as  she said "Thanks for involve  ment. I know 1 will still be involved for the young people and  others in Gibsons."  Strom followed a few minutes later with "thanks ta the.  aldermrm, staff and especial!;  the citizens of ��� jibsons. I'm sure,  we'll all be around...it's been'a,  wonderful eight years."  To note, only a few steps out  side the realm of calm proceedings took place.  Strom introduced the newly-  elects, all of whom were present.  Alderman John Reynolds cut  short Planner Rob Buchan during his report where Buchan was  attempting to refute claims  made by Maritime Historical  Society member Joe Belanger in  his letters to local newspapers  the previous week.  Reynolds later said, to tie up  some loose ends, "I would like  to deal with a point which has  bothered me over the last two  years," and went on to implement a motion to have the  health unit pay $3.95 a square  foot for their space.  Kunstler noted the next council may have a differing point of  view and led the two to one  defeat with ally Ken Collins.  With passage of some regular  by-laws, to which there was no  argument, and the consensus  that no more meetings would  take place before the passing of  the town key, council adjourned.  Samuel Simpson  Doctor of Chiropractic  BY APPOINTMENT ONLY  t  Mon., Wad., Fri. 9am ��� Bpm   886-3622   Tuaa., Thura., Noon ��� Bpm  _721 wmn Rd., Qlbaons   THEL  BIGGEST LITTLE STORE  Past Ken's Lucky Dollar  Variety ^h FOODS  Baskets 25% OFF  1      ��  Simmering Pots       [\i   5  T  Gibsons Landing  886-2936  ACCENTS  ,  C'O'U'N'T'R-Y   Gibsons Landing j /j  Gilt Store  %) 886-9289  f,  -.      "Open 7 days, 10:00 - 5:00" iSil  .^rf^fla%^lVli^%^fl.^^^vulvvw��,  Qbof  Have lunch  or dinner at  the Omega  ���  OMEGA  R-ESTAU-R-A-NT  OVERLOOKING GIBSONS HARBOUR  RESERVATIONS      886-2268      TAKE-OUT  Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods /  886 2257     oowir poimi ��o��d  Gibsons landing Vihw LOTTtRY Cpnt...    'lm\ [   .���    ffff      I   rftnnC  BUTCHER SHOP  PRICES EFFECTIVE  NOV. 26 - DEC. 3  Fresh Chicken  BREAST      *  nn  QUARTERS J. 39  LEG mf      AA  QUARTERS ��1. Z9  2.29  ��� .89  chicken dogs   ��. 1.89  Boneless Beef  stew  Previously Frozen Sliced Beef  liver  Fietcher  GROCERY  886-7744  Next to the Omega  Check out our  Open 7 Paw a Week  PRODUCE  Squirrel ��� Smooth or Crunchy mA      ft ft  peanut butter     1.33  Honey-Nut ft     ft ft  cheerios O.Od  Robin Hood Instant Blending ft     rt t\  fiour        isks t.yy  Glad Garbage Q      IA  bags wsLAv  Spice Island Assorted      4 A A/       a AX  spices       10% Off  Splendor Macaroni & Cheese M ft  dinner 2009.4"  tissue )Zro��4.yy  McCormick'a Eclair ft     MO  cookies lAo  Glad Plug-in ��� Assorted Fragrances     ft     ft ft  fresheners ��.99  Sea Haul Cocktail Q {%  shrimp eo., .oy  Sea Haul O     "I O  crab meat       ,  c.\\?  Sea Haul Smoked ^      �� ft  oysters I.Oy  Sunrise - Assorted Flavours ������ ft  jUiCeS 470ml   af y  Fleetwood Turkey Summer O   CO  sausage *m. l.Dsl  Florida Indian Riuer  GRAPEFRUIT  ,1.00  Texas Honey Dew ft ft  melons �� .uo  California mm af*.  cauliflower        ,��� . is  1 'uhfornta Romaine fj" ^%  lettuce ^ .Oy  BAKERY  McGavin't Homestead  Sesame White 4     &f\  bread 1.69  Our Own Fresh Baked IWiik Q f|  bread i&* .03  Niagara Orange f-| ft  juice mm .yy  No Name Assorted em.    *a>  pizza lomch c.6\j  DAIRY  Dairyland Regular and 2% 4      IA  cottage cheese ax*, 1.4s  Schneider's t%    4A  cheese-ease     soo9 6./M  Schneider's ,|     Of)  cheese-ease     25% 1.08  mmmimmmt  mmm  ���-- ��� ���  ��� ������������� - 10.  Coast News, November 26,1990  community news  I  Last Sunday the new stained glass window was dedicated daring the regular church service. It was dreigned by Eva  Williamson who has captured the spirit of the Lutheran  Church. Next time you go past the church on the highway in  Davis Bay, stop and have a look. - stun Bumuide photo  DAVIS BAY NEWS & VIEWS  Buy a pole  Proving that there's a (municipal) sucker tram every  minute, the outgoing Setchelt Council his agreed to sell five  used (and rusting) street light poles (and fixtures) to another  munkpality for $1,000.  These 'hot' items cost Sechelt $25 each back in 1987 when  Ihey purchased some 22 of the stmt light poles which they  never uaed.  The resulting $450 in pure profit was the object of a little  discreet gloating on the put of some council members, who  also had cause to look forward to whatever bounty the remaining 17 units might bring.  LIFE FELLOWSHIP  CENTRE  New Testament Church  5536 Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Sun. Worship Service     10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues. Sat.  Naw Lite Christian Acattemy  Enrolling Kindergarten ��� Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal, David Cliff  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15 am  SundaySchool 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 3:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 886-2333  CHRISTIAN LIFE  ASSEMBLY  (Formerly Glbaons Pentecostal Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Office 88&7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  CHRISTIAN  SCIENCE SOCIETY  in the Greene Court Hall  ��.        Medusa St., Sechelt.  A Warm Invitation to all  Sunday Services 11:00 am  For information, please call:  885-2506 or 865-3688  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: e388-2611  Sunday School  Worship Service  9:30 am  11:00 am  Cal Mclver, Pastor  "Tht Billle as It It...  lor People as they are."  LIVING FAITH      Si  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmltt, Pasior  Sunday Church School 9:30 am  SundayWorshlp 11:00am  Coma Grow With Us!  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aldan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish of  St. Aldan & St. Bartholomew  UNITY CHURCH  Inner Power Group 7pm Tues.  Sunday Service 11am Sundays  Study Group 10am Sunday  (The Laws of Love)  1793 Lower Rd., Roberts Creek  Call 886.9184 (for Information)  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm In homes  Wednesday  Bible Study 7:30 In homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Pastor  865.7488 Office 885-9707  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to Join us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer HMO am  Morning  Worship Sesrvice 10:45 am  WeJdnesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  m.        ANGLICAN  CHURCH  �� KV,   OF CANADA  St. Hilda's Sechelt  8:00 am ��� 9:30 am.  St. Andrew* ��� Pender Harbour  11:30 am  Rev. June Maffln  Rev. Dan Glfford  885.5019  "IV* ..tend . mem tvntoom. fo ell"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  8:45 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family Swh.lt  11:30 am St. Mary's Glbaons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's, Qlbsons  665.9526  Christmas Craft and Bake Sale  by Lauralee SoB, MS-5M2  Don't forget the Craft and  Bake Sale on Tuesday, W<tdnes-  day and Thursday, November  27 to 29 at Kirkland Centre,  from 1 to 3 pm. Kirkland Centre is located at the end of Simpkins Road in Davis Bay.  This is what the Clients think  of friendship: Friendship is  wonderful and so good to have.  Without friends, one would  lead a very lonely life. Love and  friendship is what I have found  ��� I got married and now know  what real caring means. You  And out who your real friends  are when you are having  troubles���your friends are more  precious than gold.  If you want to share in some  of this friendship all you have to  do is contact Sarah at 885-1934  and she will tell you how.  DINNER AND DANCE  Get your tickets for the Good  Citizen Dinner and Dance and  come out and honour Joyce  Kolibas. A fun time is planned.  There will be a smorgasbord  dinner, complimentary wine  and many door prizes, a comedy skit by Al and Fred, with  dancing to the Powell River  Music Man.  Tickets are for sale at many  outlets around town and at the  Chamber of Commerce office  885-3100. There is limited  seating, so don't wait too long.  STORY HOUR  The Story Hour is held the  first Friday of each month. The  next one will be December 7 at  10 am at the Wilson Creek  Reading Centre.  FLEA MARKET  Reminder of the Flea Market  and Craft Sale being sponsored  by the Sunshine Slimmers on  Saturday, December 1 at 9 am  to noon at the Wilson Creek  Hall. The draw for the hamper,  turkey and towels will be made  then. Tickets will be on sale  Saturday.  NEW YEAR'S  Last year the Community  Association didn't have a New  Year's Party. They probably  won't again unless there is some  interest and someone to organize it. Any takers? Let me  know.  Meredith  bows out  Hedging Cedars  ��� Trees from  3'to 11'tall  $2.73 per foot  i  Prices Good Until  Dec. y, 1990    885-5033  Chain Link Fencing  (Installed Price)  - Heavy duly  - Commercial Gauge  4' - $9.50 per foot  5'. $10.50 per foot  6'- $11.50 per foot  Continued from page 1  years. A good deal has been accomplished. Among many accomplishments, probably the  single most noteworthy, has  been the establishment of  government on a proper business basis, that has been  fastidiously fiscally responsible."  At about this point, Meredith  appeared to be speaking largely  improvisationaily. His theme  was the importance of maintaining the District's staff in a  way and at a level at which they  (deserved) to be accustomed.  The mayor was quite choked-up  as he reminded his listeners that  "Our (staffing level) amounts to  about one-third of what other  municipalities maintain!" At  this point Meredith appeared to  look dire<ctly at Mayor-elect  MacLarty, as if to make the  point that long before and during   her   campaign   she   has  declared   her   intention   to'  streamline Gty Hall���if elected.  Meredith closed his remarks  with an appreciative nod in the  direction of the Council with  which he had engaged in civic  combat on many occasions.  "I am proud of the Council's '  accomplishments and take this  opportunity to thank each  member for the cooperation  and understanding I have  received. This is not to say we  haven't had differences - and we  have - and many... This is, and  has ban, healthy... Generally  we have reached consensus  without too much difficulty... I  .am most grateful for the loyalty  and support of all members of  staff. It has been a pleasure  working with them."  Then Mayor Tom Meredith  posed for the camera with his  Council at the Coast News' request, and took his colleagues in  camera one last time.  FAMILY BULK FOODS  DELICATES  "FULL SERVICE DM"  featuring Freybt'l Award Wlnnlnt mil si  PARTY TRAYS 8.  iMlb2.>.e ..> ~C*)V %k.   Available  for your  Holiday  Entertaining  Christmas Baking  ��� Supplies are here!  BEST QUALITY ��� BEST PRICES  SEE US FIRSTI  Wad. �� Thurt. are 8ENIOR DAY8  UNDER  THE YELLOW AWNING  Cowrie St. 885-7767        i  sssssssss  RIDE WITH SAFETY  IN FULL-SIZED, CLEAN AIR VEHICLES  Due to government regulations our rates are  temporarily cheaper than our competitors',  (subject to approval of rate increase request)  ���90/Kilometer:  1.40/flag:  18.00/hr waiting time:  30% cheaper  15% cheaper  30%/hr. cheaper  PROMPT * COURTEOUS * RELIABLE  THE SUNSHINE COAST CAB COMPANY  | 886-7337  885-3666 | fc^  TERMINAL  Fore^ Products Ltd.  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Plus, it will help slow the ever-  growing demand on our valuable  hydroelectric resource.  Ifctri your chance to be R>v*r  Smut. To eatjoy cash savings now.  And the good life electricity brings,  for years to come.  Clip the apeproepruic reminder  and tape it�� your aging water heater  and when the lime comes, late ad-  vant^eofthese hot cash back deals.  BGhydro O  Tgas HEATER (XmERSION~l  $150 DISCOUNT REMINDER  Convert ywir present electric water  healer to ns and enjoy in immediar  saving of $150.  Ybur installer has the details.  ELECTRIC WATER HEATER  $20 REBATE REMINDER  Rmhase an energy-saving electric  ���miet heater and get a $20 retxte from  BC. Hydro.  Your installer has ihe details.  ��� tl��diicoiinlappl��ionlyBCaaCo<TOK��  ofc. Olfcr valid on jaaullatkm naejt has I,  imihnvhMatchil.lM.  "Only wattr beaten .erilh a "Powr Sman" label'  affiard by enamraclureri qualify. Ofler valid  e�� peanfcaaaa Bade, June 1,1M9 itawb  JwsJ0,mi. Coast News, November 26,1990  11.  Ondaatje to read in Sechelt  by Margaret Walt, MM3M  It's beginning to look a lot  like Christmas...Did you notice  the store windows in the mall  and along Cowrie Street? Very  nice.  Don't forget to get your  ticket for the Citizen of the Year  Award Dinner honouring .Sechelt's Joyce Kolibas. It will be  held Friday, November 30 at the  Sechelt Legion. Thirty door  prizes are waiting to be won and  thetre will be complimentary  wine served with your dinner.  Music will be supplied by  Powell River Music Man.  Tickets are $18.  CHAMBER MEETING  Sechelt and District Chamber  of Commerce will be having  their general meeting, a dinner  meeling, on Tuesday, November 27 at 6:30 pm at Pebbles.  Speaker for the evening is Mar-     at the Sechelt Indian Band Hall.  HALFMOON BAY HAPPFNllNra  tin Thomas from Victoria. Mr.  Thomas will speak about  Downtown Revitilization.  Tickets for members are $1$,  $16.50 for non-members.  ARTS CENTRE NEWS  Michael Ondaatje will be at  the Arts Centre on Friday,  November 30 for an 8 pm  reading. Born in Sri Lanka,  now living in Toronto, Michael  Ondaatje comes to Sechelt with  the help of Canada Council.  He is a prolific writer of both  poetry and prose, best known  for Coming Through Slaughter  and Running in the Family. Admission to the reading is free.  CRAFT FAIR  Make a mark on your calendar for Saturday, December 1  from 10 am to 4 pm. That's the  date of the Arts Council annual  Christmas craft fair to be held  There will be beautiful handmade crafts, gourmet foods,  entertainment and door prizes.  UONS-QUEST  The Lions-Quest Canada  drug prevention information  session to be held at  Greenecourt on November 29  has been postponed until the  spring. For more information  please call Brian Leckie at  885-9906.  BOOK FAIR |  West Sechelt Elementary  School is having a Book Fair,  open to the public, all this week.  The times are: Tuesday and  Thursday, 10:30 am to 3 pm;  Wednesday, 10:30 am to 5 pm  and Friday, 9 am till Noon.  If they happen to be out of  the book you want, tell them  and they will make sure you get  it before Christmas. Can't ask  for better than that, can you.  A pair of Christmas dinners  TOTAL INVENTORY  We're Changing  To Serve You Better!!  THOUSANDS  OF DOLLARS  MUST BE CLEARED  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  It does seem a bit early to be  planning for Christmas, but  before we know where we are,  the shops are full of good things  and people have already started  buying and buying���recession  or not.  The Welcome Beach Community Association is asking  that you make your reservation  early for the popular two dinner  Christmas affairs.  For those of you who do not  care to drive at night there is the  Noon Christmas Dinner with all  the trimmings on Friday,  December 14. There will be a  nice carol session too. For  anyone who needs a ride to and  from the hall this will be arranged by calling either Bill at  883-9032 or Al at 88S-330S.  You would be well advised to  reserve now for either lunch or  for the Saturday night dinner  "and dance on December IS.  There is one stipulation which is  that reservations must be in and  tickets paid for by December 10  so that the good ladies who are  doing the cooking will know the  numbers prior to buying the  groceries. Price for the lunch is  $7.50, the dinner/dance is $10.  Mark these names and  numbers as well as dates on  your calendar so that you will  not be left out. For tickets call  Franz at 885-4590 or Grace at  885-9269.  For all you card players  please take note that there will  be an extra bridge day on  November 30, then the last day  of play will be December 7.  Games will resume again in  January, as will the regular crib  and card days.  CELEBRATION  Our good friend Olive Com-  yn had a delightful surprise last  Saturday, November 17 when  her family and friends gathered  at Coopers Green Hall to  celebrate her birthday. May this  lovely lady celebrate many more  happy birthdays.  GET WELL  Good news is that George  Carpenter of Redrooffs is coming along just fine following  surgery at St. Mary's Hospital.  May George and Marg have  happy 'sunny days in Hawaii.  A reminder to our local  Hospital Auxiliary members  that there is still time to reserve  for the Christmas meeting and  luncheon to be held Monday,  December 10 at 11 am. If you  call Corrie by December I you  can still join the group.  It was amazing to learn that  there are now 72 members in the  Halfmoon Bay Auxiliary. I can  remember whm thwe were  about 12 active members, so the  increase in population really  shows up with statistics.  Halfmoon   Bay   Ladies'  Hospital Auxiliary Bazaar will  be held December 8 at 10 am in  Trail Bay Mall.  CONGRATULATIONS  Congratulations to young  Mary Konopasek of Halfmoon  Bay who has been chosen to attend Pathfinders International  Event in Mexico next August 15  to 30. Mary is one of 16 young  people who have been chosen  and the only one from the  Coast. Mrs. Linda Curtis, a  Pathfinder leader, will accompany the group.  To be considered for such an  honour, the girls, aged between  13 and 15 years, have to pass exams and attain a certain level in  guiding before they may apply.  Well done, Mary! ij  Mahood  to visit  aw:^  *  j  lack & Jill Pre-School would like to thank  Howe Sound Pulp & Paper Ltd  for sponsoring:  Jeni  And The Dinosaur  Revival Band  Thank you (or being a strong supporter  of a Children's Cultural Event.  by Dan   Noted career forester, executive officer and industry  consultant Ian Mahood, is coming to Sechelt.  He will be discussing forest  policy, its historical development and its pres<ent-day relation to timber shortage and  land-use conflict. As well, Ian  will be happy to answer any  questions about his recently  published book, Three Mm and  a Forester.  Admission is free and the  doors open at 7:15 pm, Thursday, November 29 at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre,  Sechelt.  COLD CASH  When your aging fridge finally  quits, B.C. Hydro will rebate you  $50 on the purchase of an energy-  saving one.  It* a move that will save you  cash. Up front. And down the  road, with significant savings on  your monthly ekctric tall. (Statistics show that the new energy-  saving models can represent a  typical saving of $300 or more over  the life of the fridge compared to  tess efficient models.)  Plus, your purchase will help  slow the ever-growing demand  on our valuable hydroelectric  resource.  Here* your dunce to be  Power Smart. lb enjoy cash savings  now. And the good life electricity  brings, for years lo txmc.  BG hydro ���  rENERGY-SAVTNG FRIDGE~]  $50 REBATE REMINDER   '  Clip and save this reminder '  to ask your appliance dealer I  vvliich fridges quality for the |  $50 rebate. Or call B.C. Hydro   |  toll-free 1-80O-663-O431.  .1,  ���OflcrnlidtmpuRtMMiiMdeJuiKl.lW i\]/)  ihftMifti Mtwrfi 31, (WI, (My ffrrifenm* hivinj VW  ^iftnnvd HnrKiuidt numhrn quality rtn\  i i  p\>  All SPRAY PAINT  1 - 5' White Lefthand  BATHTUB  SUGG. RET. $320.79  1-Set  GLASS DOORS FOR  BATHTUB  SUGG. LIST $231.89  1 - White  TUB SURROUND  SUGG. RET. $100.06  "1 - White With Top  VANITY  SUGG. RET. $2133.80  1 - White With Oak Trim  VANITY  SUGG. RET. $187.73  1 - White  TOILET, TANK & SEAT  SUGG. RET. $135.98  $^00  5160  ,00  M10  00  3471  00  ALL SANDVIK  HAND TOOLS  120  00  588  00  Chisels, Saws, Screwdrivers, Clamps,  Hacksaw Blades, Etc.  ALL CASTORS  ALL WEISER LOCK SETS  ALL MOLDINGS  Casings, Baseboards, Window Sills, Etc.  ��� Paint Grade or Stain Grade. Good selection.  ALL CIRCA STAINS  ALL SHELVING HARDWARE  ALL INTERIOR & EXTERIOR  PAINT (Not already on sale)  ALL CABINET HARDWARE  Hinges, Knobs, Etc.  5270  00  00  s550  sggoo  S500  00  1 - 8X6 Cedar  Assembled  STORAGE SHED  SUGG. RET. $625.00  1 ��� Pre-Cut Kids'  PLAYCENTRE  SUGG. RET. $395.00  1 - Pre-Fab Kids'  PLAYCENTRE  SUGG. RET. $725.00  2 - Hemlock Interior  FRENCH DOORS  20 Gallons - Mixed  PAINT  2 - C200 Closet  ORGANIZERS  SUGG. RET. $179.00  30 Gallons  INTJEXT. FLAT LATEX  SUGG. RET. $16.99 41 eB^^^^  1 - 2/8X6/8 - c/w tmm\ Window  STEEL DOOR s11900  SUGG. RET. $195.00  61 Gallons ��� Olympic  WATERGUARD  SUGG. RET. $23.99  19-4L  DECKOTE  SUGG. RET. $36.99  50 Pounds - Rolled  ROOFING  Taymor  LATCHSETS  6X8  TARPS  gal  $100  sg  00  s1500<  S19��V  ALL  LUMBER    ALL ROUGH RED CEDAR  ALL FENCING PRODUCTS  ALL PACKAGED PANELLING  Cedar, Pine, Oak & Cherry  ALL 1" & 2" NAUGHTY PINE  ALL 1" RED OAK LUMBER  ALL THIS  AND MUCH MORE  Too Many Items To List!  Come on in and  Make Your Best Deal  EVERYTHING  IS ON SALE  I  $8oo  5399  All Sales Cash & Carry. All Sales Final!  Sale prices apply to instock items only.  Sale ends Dec. 8  -THE  OPEN:  Mon. ��� Fri. 6:30 - 5:00  Sat. 9:00 ��� 4:00  VLTERNATIVE  Specielinno in  Woodworking & Interior  Finishing Materials  HWY. 101, GIBSONS 886-3294  ............. ... 12.  Coast News, November 26,1990  community news  > HARBOUR WATCH  :!Maverick  ^shopping  lours  fay Jacalyn Vlactnt, M3-2840  '.; It's hard to believe that the  '; legion Branch 112 is cele-  ;' brating their 60th anniversary  '\ already. There will be members  r and spouses coming from the  > US and  Canada.   A  fingcr-  ��� licking good buffet, back-  ���; ground music and short  !; speeches on the history of the  ;��� branch will all be presented.  > This is an event that should not  I be missed on December 9 from  ' .Noon to 5 pm.  . SWAP MEET  ' The monthly swap m��t is  ; scheduled for December 1 at the  ; Community Hall. Set up time is  - 9 am and public entry is at 10  '. am sharp. For table rentals you  ;may phone Hans Schroedet at  ���883-2573.  '��� PLAY SCHOOL  : The Dual Entry System is  ;now in effect at the school.  ; Openings will tie available for  ��� the three and four year olds in  I the Serendipity Parent Participation School in January,  1991. For more details phone  ���'the President, Lois Ross at  : 883-9971.  ; NEW BUSINESS  ��� The Blue Shoe Studio will  EGMONT NEWS  have an open house on  Decemtser 2 between 10 am and  4 pm. A must to see are the  hand painted ceramics done  with a Holland technique. Cornelia, Don, and Remy invite all  to 42S8 Francis Peninsula,  (across from the fish store).  SHOPPING TOURS  Outside the Realtor's office  in Madeira Park at 11:30 am  each Thursday, you can catch  the Maverick Bus. Destination  is the mall in Powell River.  These bus shopping tours truly  reflect the old saying "leave the  driving to us".  In perfect time for Christmas,  these tours are free to everyone  You will have to pay for the  ferry however, except seniors.  It's a great bargain and should  be taken advantage of.  Anyone seeking more information on the shopping tours  can phone the Maverick Coach  Lines in Sechelt.  HANDSHAKES  This week's honoured handshake goes out to Mr. Ray  Hansen. A man that truly  deserves to be put on a pedestal,  Having Ray Hansen Trucking  and Contracting is only one of  his passions. He has continuously contributed to our  growing community.  AS THE TIDE CHANGES  Thanks to Ron at the Garden  Bay Pub for the new logo.  If anyone has spotted a white  and blue, two seater kayak that  drifted away from Frank  Roosen's dock during a storm,  please call 883-2920.  Egmont clicks  WRAP IT UP FOR  CHRISTMAS  by Dixit Percy, M3-M06  One of tlte reasons I like living in the Egmont community  neighbourhood is because it  functions so well.  There's never an event that  goes by that doesn't get  celebrated or commemorated  somehow and there's the dependability of the store and the post  office that the whole town is  geared to.  QUILTERS  Every week it seems there is a  new activity to add to the growing list of things to do around  town. This week there is a  Quilters' meeting on Tuesday  November 27 from 10 am to 12  Noon.  They would like to get people  involve in making a community quilt. Everyone is welcome,  including the inexperienced.  Call Sherry at 883-2548 for  more information.  COMMUNITY CLUB  The Egmont Community  Club will be holding a General  Meeting on Sunday, December  9 at 7 pm.  On the agenda will tie such  items as membership renewal  and Christmas activities and all  that is involved in the merry  making.  There is also a plan to get a  club started so we could have a  National Film Board movie  night once a month. Everyone is  welcome so please plan on attending.  PING PONG  If ping pong is your game,  Egmont is the place to be on  Wednesday nights. The school  will be open and the coffee pot  will be on for anyone who  wishes to participate in or merely watch this fast-paced, action  packed indoor sport currently  taking the town by storm.  Drop in for a visit. You could  be the next table tennis champion of Egmont!  CONSIGNMENT  Is there anyone interested in  running a consignment shop in  Egmont? <��  There are several people who  would like to sell items on consignment but no one to organize  it.  Drop by the school on  Wednesday afternoons during  the craft hours of 1 to 3 pm if  you want to offer your services.  PUPPIES  Katie Devlin has some very  cute lab/red setter/shepherd  cross puppies that will be ready  for new homes at Christmas  time.  Call 883-9283 if you're looking for a little pal.  Sechelt  '��� Public Library,  |L Hours:  ^Tues. 1030-4pm,p  Wed. 10-30.1pm3  IThurs. 10:30-7pm5fl  ESal. 10:30-4pm  I  ��� Book Drop in Trail Bay Mall r  SYLVIA  atlas  OFFICE SOLUTIONS LTD.  5511 Whart St.,  35-4489 Sechelt Fax 885-4696  W* '"WL'jfPw,':  M rW&'m^'MMW i  % <&/      "^'av  AzJEJjLI  V T        .gr  Hf-1  IP^ $W;  v' rl  ���Plf       Jfcfcfu  mMB n ' <mS&*  ���*��  Jk?-il*  ���^H*.        Kh^mBmm^SJm^fli           fS  BE^  Make the Sylvia part  of your Vancouver adventure...  Single from $47    Double from $55  Featuring "Sylvia's Restaurant & Bistro"  Phone 885-4489 Sechelt  ...Overlooking Vancouver's English Bay  On the Beach at 1154 Gilford 681-9321  SHOPPING  .Jienmar {Draperies  & NEEDIECRAFT SUPPLIES  883-2274  883-9551  Building  Supplies  HOME/.1U.  BUILDING CENTRE  M MAKINA  PHARMACY  M  PEIDER HARBOUR  883-2888  Oak Tree Market  Open 7 daya a week  10 am ��� 8 pm  S.tJin .Iffniei i  Marina y  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 Deeyi a Wtrt  AIT ClW.ee, ftodUc.,  883-2253  NURSERY  COMPLETE  GARDEN  CENTRE <~%�� ,.  OPEN 7 DAYS A WER^ J  9:30 am - 6:00 pm 883-9183  CENTRE HAHDWAM  hardware  houaewares /���SUSffrN  tackle / 2te��-  paint  883-9914x  ���^      Check  /  Our Flyer  FOODLINER  MARINE SERVICES  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  Movent to Garden Bay  Marine Services  /*>  Garden Bay  Hotel  Pub, Hr.uorm.nt Roatauraiil. Mexera*, ��er  CTiaru.ru rlatltat Clearlara. H.ka Itoieule.  aaa-acra rub  aas-Mia anuurtnt  Ptnder tartar  Restaurant  Canadian & Chinese (iminr  883-2413  HAIRDRESSERS  PENDER HARBOUR  GOLF COURSE  Walton Walooma  Vi M. North of Garden Bay Rd.,  Hwy. 101 883-9341  Royal Canadian Laglon - Branch 112  ~mZ     PENDER HARBOUR  ~ LEGION  HEADWATER MARINA ltd.  Ways, Hi-Pressure Washing,  4 Year-Round Moorage  l     883-2406  Madeira Marina  883-2266  ���# matrix  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  REFLECTIONS  tMwm&T:  Hair Studio  For appointment call 113-2545  jCottie'ft RESORT  Boat Rental*  B  Ata  883-2456  MISCELLANEOUS  The Pender Harbour Branch  Auxiliary to St. Mary's  Hospital is accepting donatons  for "In lieu of Christmas  cards". Mail them to L.  Richardson, RR#I, Garden  Bay.  The Thrift Store is open on  Wednesdays and Saturday  afternoon for your shopping  convenience.  TUM  ��� Construction Sites  ��� Special Events  ��� Outdoor Picnics  ��� Weddings, etc.  Soptlc Tank Pumping  Bonniebrook  Industrie  886-7064  A SINCERE THANK  POB YOUa BUffUtM1 AT HI Mtalai  *��� ^^^   <*Wta1 WWUm ��� ��^^(��   tM4   -���.���������WPP KlNaffOT  I.'   mmmmmm^.mmmmamMM  Arthur Whistler  ALDERMAN, DISTRICT OF SECHELT  ammmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmm  ��� Very Special Thanks to Ruth Biggers  Thank Ton  Sechelt Voters  Alderman Bob Wilson  QUESTIONS ABOUT THE  GST  AND  PRICES?  If you're asking how the proposed GST will affect prices,  we're here to tell you. Call us toll-free  Monday to Friday 9am-9pm.  1<800<668<2122  The answer is to call  your GST Consumer Information Office.  Hearing Impaired 1-800-465-7735  1*1  Government ol Canada    Gouvernement du Canada  Canada  CONTRACTORS  MOBILE HOMES  Na* and Iliad ��� Instant Routing  863-9338 or 580-4321 (call collect)  SERVICES  ^ Rooting  883-9303  leinda  Ta. t Caval. Shahta, Shlnejlai.  matol ReaeTa, Toecle On. Dueolrfi  Peninsula Power &.  Cable Ltd.  Hl|h 1 Una VoHa��f timet line.  Outdoor Sub-Station*  883-2218  Ray Hansen Trucking  <&. Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  } 883-9046  ��� Seahorse  ^Construction  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhoe & Dumplruck  Service  883-2747 or 883-2730  The Sunshine  COAST NHWS  Coast  estern Airlines Ltd.  lor rasarvatlons/lntormation on  dally scheduled flights t charters  call M5-4711 (IwiNm Coail|  M4-11U IVtKktw)  HUGH W. JONES  Lawyer  883-9525  ta �� C  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  SUPPORT  YOUR  FRIENDS &  NEIGHBOURS  Pender Harbour  Realty Ltd.  883-9525  fax: 883-9524  Sechelt  SHOE BEPAW  Pender Harbour drop off:  The Paper Mill  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392 Blasting Gospel Rock  Coast News, November 26,1990  13.  Continued from page 1  organizer, Lola Westell, said  they had phoned their own  lawyer, Bob Bauman, who  specializes in the Municipal Act  of BC, and who advised them  there were provisions in place  which could bring the work being done to a standstill. Bauman  then advised the Town of Gibsons lawyers which provisions  might be applied.  Response by Town of Gibsons Administrators and Mayor  Diane Strom as to exactly how  the town came to be advised by  their lawyers (of the MacKenzie  Murdy law firm) are somewhat  conflicting, but Buchan points  out there was either a verbal or  written correspondence between  Bauman and the town's lawyers  which sped up procedures  leading to his serving of a Cease  and Desist Letter of Notice  from his office to the contractor  which brought a halt to the  drilling.  Forty-eight of the 60 holes  had been drilled but, it wasn't  the notice which stopped the  holes at that number. Sue Sleep  and her three year old son, Col-  wyn, sat themselves down too  close to the drill for Fowler to  continue safely and Mrs. Sleep  refused to move.  "I hope to hell Rob Buchan  can do something to stop them  legally," she said, adding that  "Killam thinks the rules tire  there to be bent. I've never done  anything radical for anything in  my life, but I think this is worth  fighting for. I watched them  chip away at North Wales and I  don't want to see that here."  When Fowler walked away  asking if "someone would talk  some sense into her," Sleep  turned to son Colwyn and said  "See, they shut it off. I told you  they would. They're not  stupid."  Dr. Ed Steeves, on the scene  with fellow alderman-elect,  Walter Bradshaw, attempted to  talk with Mrs. Sleep, but she  refused to move until Buchan  had returned to the rock from  his office.  Alderman Lilian Kunstler,  concerned with the amount of  time it was taking to procure a  notice to stop "this Machiavellian scheme," returned to  city hall and some 20 minutes  later returned to where  Katherine McManus and others  awaited Buchan's arrival.  Also on hand were BC Fish  and Wildlife Conservation Off-  ficer Doug Pierce and nature  photographer Sean Vanstrepen,  who were both anxious about  the disturbance the drilling and  possible blasting might cause  the eagles nesting out of Eagle  Ttte. The birds were keeping  their distance and occasionally  flying about erratically prompting Vanstrepen to comment on  Mieerinthe  holidays.  Send the FTD��  Holiday Cheer"  Bouquet. Jusi calf  or visit us today.  yOuV-J^eW  SPfatoers  Kilty Cornerr to Poat Officer  smsi Dolphin St.. Serchdl  885-9455  Colwyn, 3, and mother Sue .Sleep, profited drilling.  ���Joel Joktutone photo  the situation "I can't believe  this. I <an't believe this!"  Another concern^ citizen on  the scene, Tim Turner, said "I  just wish there was the political  will to show this guy times have  changed...this guy (Killam) is  old guard to show the insen-  sitivity he's shown towards  development in this  community."  But what everyone present  was most caught up in was the  guessing game revolving around  Killam's motives for undertaking the blasting of Gospel Rock,  Two days later the Coast  News finally reached the  developer.  Killam said "I think at this  particular time I am not going  to comment," and would not  talk to the press about it. He did  mention "I will just let them  wonder about my motives" and  said he was off to Africa until  the end of January.  "I am not going to get involved at this stage and I'm not going to do anything until I get  back."  Prior to this conversation,  however, the Coast News had  occasion to discuss Mr. Killam's  possible reasons for wanting to  blast Gospel Rock, with his  lawyer, Michael Welsh.  "Basically Mr. Killam intended to improve the view," said  Mr. Welsh, adding that "He  also wanted to (level) the area to  make it easier for the handicapped..."  Welsh further indicated that  Mr. Killam, if and when his  zoning problems were resolved  in his favour, would be blasting  Gospel Rock for homesite purposes, so it made sense to do the  job now.  Welsh's letter of November  23, states: "We are still review  ing the matter of whether the  Official Community Plan does  validly designate the above property in whole or in part as a  development area. Assuming  for argument's sake that it does,  we still fail to see that you have  any right to demand a development permit for the blasting  work our client was undertaking  on Tuesday last.  "...Alteration of land at  Gospel Rock is not within the  purview of (the town's notice)  sections. We therefore take the  position that your "stop work"  directive was made without  lawful authority.  "We understand that your  planner only issued this directive on the order of your administrator, acting on advice of  your solicitors, as the planner  did not himself believe a  development permit was required. Our client advises that  Mr. Buchan had in earlier conversations indicated that a  blasting permit might be  necessary. In fact, no permit is  required so long as properly  licensed blasters are utilized, as  was done."  Determining Killam's motivation was the key reason  Buchan says he delayed serving  the notice, but pointed out that  Friends of Gospel Rock  (FOGR) lawyers were helpful in  expediting legal procedures.  "I think we (the town and  FOGR) were on the same course  and it was just a matter of g^j confta^L  proaching it from different  angles. My whole day from  eight to two was in putting out  this fire." He said he left several  messages and would have liked  to talk to Killam but he couldn't  be found.  At the Town Council meeting  Tuesday evening Buchan showed Killam's lawyers the section  under the Municipal Act under  which the notice was served. He  also thanked the concerned  citizens and members of the  community who had helped  during the morning's crisis.  Buchan notes that, a while  back, when the 18.S acre park  was in mind, a parking lot with  a pathway to the rock had been  considered and the idea of having wheelchair access on a level  Gospel Rock may have been put  in place.  "Had (the blasting) been for  that purpose perhaps it might  have gone to council. Perhaps it  might have ebeen approved. I  don't know. That's why my efforts were to talk to Killam to  find out what he was doing and  why."  Diane Strom said any variance would certainly have to  come before council but "I  can't imagine this council would  give him a permit to blast."  Meanwhile Catherine  McManus, president of FOGR,  claims her organization was instrumental in getting the town  to take action legally.  She feels that if not for  FOGR paying their lawyer to  advise town lawyers to seek a  notice under provisions in the  Municipal Act, "Gospel Rock  would be blown up.  "It was a serious situation  that had to be dealt with immediately," she notes, but insists the town did not give any  indication there was going to be  anything done and that her  organization, while absorbing  the costs incurred to them,  shouldn't be in a position where  they have to watchdog the  development area of Gospel  Rock.  Buchan, called hero on one  hand when serving the notice,  and accused later of being part  of an administration sitting on  its hands over the issue, rebutts  by saying "I was not asleep at  the wheel and most definitely  not sitting on my hands. I don't  want to be viewed as an enemy  of Gospel Rock because that  certainly is not my role."  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After you've read every book on self improvement,  stress avoidance and assertiveness, you might want to know  more about the strength of spirit which can help you  face anything life throws at you.  Show your spirit. Come back to church.  The Anglican Church  For more inlormation call 684-6306  . . .    - �� .  mm^m^_____  ____, 14.  Coast News, November 26,1990  Manual brushing  by Marv Volen  The subject of "manual  brushing" in local papers has  caught my eye since I personally, have likely done more of that  kind of work than anyone in  British Columbia.  It might be useful to give you  a little background in the telling  of my story. I don't want to get  the backs up of the environmentalists nor the multinational corporations, but I do believe I can  back up my thwry on reforestation and brush control.  My first adult job was in 1928  when at 12 years old I was a  straw-monkey on a steam  threshing outfit in Saskatchewan. That job consisted of  being responsible for and driving a team of horses and wagon  to supply straw for the steam  engine's fuel.  For the next eight years, I ex-  perienced the drought, dust  storms, depression, army  worms, grasshoppers, jack rabbits, potato bugs, you name it.  To make up for some of that  I came to beautiful British Columbia where my first job took  me to the mile-high town of  Pioneer (a gold mine). There I  was sent down a one mile deep  hole in the rock called a shaft.  After a couple of years at  Pioneer the company sent me to  the west of Vancouver Island,  an isolated gold prospect, mainly because I had an industrial  first aid certificate.  At that camp I had my first  look at a rainforest tree. It was  a yellow cedar, six feet in  diameter at the undercut, and  80 feet to the first limb where  the diameter was still five feet.  This tree became camp  firewood.  An oldtimer remembers  how it was done  Subsequently, I was aboard  the Lady Rose in mid-  November, 1939, in the evening, arriving at the Gibsons  dock.  I wondered what this town  had in store for me. There was  one light visible and that was a  coal oil lantern on the dock.  Little did I know that my first  logging experience would be at  the head of the Bay Cater the  Gibsons Marina) chopping  down alder trees with an axe,  cutting them into 10 and 12 foot  lengths, dragging them with  horses onto the beach, placing  them on dog liner and off to  Hammond Furniture in Vancouver.  I should now introduce you  to some of the early pioneer loggers that influenced my life.  They were the Chamberlin  brothers, Clare, Clarde and  Clay. The ones that influenced  my work were Clarde's sons,  Raymond and Les. Clare's son  was Cecil.  The other pioneer Gibsons  family which influenced my life  was John and Myrtle Hicks and  their daughter Peggy, whom I  married in 1946.  I have often thought how  much better our democracy  would be if, for example, when  choosing a Minister of Forests  we could be practical, forget  politics and choose a very  knowledgeable, practical  gentleman by the name of Les  Chamberlin. At least they did  let him serve Sechelt Forest  District.  My brushing experience  began with my first contract  with BC Tel, while a member of  Gibsons Volunteer Fire Department.  Fred Feeny at BC Tel asked  me why I didn't try to get a tree  trimming contract.  I looked at a local line and  gave Fred a price. The North  Vancouver representative came  to meet me. He told me my  price was pretty low and that  they usually pay two or three  times that much, and askesd me  if it was enough. I assured him I  would complete the job.  From then on, for many  years, 1 did all their clearing  from Port Mellon to Pender  Harbour, Keats, Gambier and  some in Powell River.  The telephone lines were, in  many areas, close to the ground  so our crew pulled small saplings out by the root, by the tens  of thousands. It was faster, and  more effective than using the  chain .saw or curved pruning  saw.  For BC Tel we had to be sure  the bottom of the line was  clear���that also helped their  'bottom line'.  Where the saplings were too  large to pull out we made sure  to cut them as close to the  ground as possible (ie., one  inch) and they would seldom  sprout new shoots; but in cases  of larger stumps, a minute  amount of brush killer could be  applied to the individual stump.  Some of the other big  mistakes they make in replanting is waiting a year to replant.  In some areas I know they  have waitrf more than a year  and this gives the competitive  brush and weeds too much of a  head start.  The logger is the one that  should be required to plan and  execute the harvest and the  replanting. Furthermore, forest  land, whether small or large,  private or public, should be  replanted, and we, the people,  should .accept environmental  responsibility���whether it's  flooding Native land in the  north for Alcan, which already  gets its power 25 times cheaper  than we do, or the cleanup of  Expo lands for a couple of examples.  Evct if we don't have much  respect for others, we should  cultivate self respect.  Christmas Fair  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council's Annual Christmas  Craft Fair runs from 10 am to 4  pm on Saturday, Da-ember 1 at  the Sechelt Indian Band Hall.  This has become a traditional  one-stop shopping place for  many Coasters in the market for  unique, one-of-a-kind items.  Many of the traditional ctafts  media are represented: quilting,  jewellery, pottery, along with  some especially Christmassy  items such as Christmas  crackers (handmade, of course),  wild flower wreaths, beeswax  candles, ornaments and decorations.  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According to SCRD Director  Jeremy Frith, the new tank  would improve water pressure  to houses below it, although  water would still have to be  put.iped to those above, and  would provide a much needed  surplus of water in the event of  drought or fire.  Director Jim Gurney said the  price of the new tank was so  good that the engine��ering firm  of Dayton & Knight, who did  the initial estimates for the  reservoir, should be consulted  regarding the feasibility of a second 500,000 gallon tank, bringing capacity to  1,000,000  Director Frith said that while  at the present time the Town of  Gibsons won't have access to  the water, he is hopeful that the  Gibsons Town Council and the  SCRD can work together in the  creation of a single water  district board that would make  water available to all at a fair  price.  . Gibsons recently spent approximately $12,000 drilling a  well that remains dry.  Stuffing them with style  Taxidermist lives and breathes his art  by Jan Michael Sherman  Tell Dave Marchand to  "Stuff it!" and you'd better be  prepared to pay a good price for  your request.  The 30 year-old native of  Southern Ontario, raised outside of Windsor, is a former  child care worker with a  diploma from Mount Royal  College in Calgary.  But a few years ago, weary of  the politics and wary of Incipient burnout, the quiet-spoken  Marchand cast about for  something to do which was  more compatible with his needs  and his nature.  "Taxidermy has always  fascinated me���it is truly  something I can honestly say I  always wanted to do", Marchand said. He was relaxing in  an overstuffed chair in the tiny,  but cozy, workshop office he  rents in what appears to be a  converted barn on Mintie Road  overlooking Halfmoon Bay.  "The Marchands have been  hunters for a long time", the  Sunshine Coast's only licensed  taxidermist noted, explaining  where his interest in the art  ("It's not a craft���it's considered an art form")  originated. Marchand respectfully set a stuffed owl on the  bench, a piece done by someone  else but brought to him for  repairs by its present owner.  "My dad took me on my first  moose hunt when I was 16, but  I got my first rabbit at about  12." Dave smiled a bit wistfully:  "I got it with a bow and arrow.  The arrow was home-made. 1  used a point from a compass as  the tip."  After working for close to six  years in Calgary with emotionally abused (and substance  abusing) teens, some of whom  still keep in touch with their  former counselor, Marchand  decided to take taxidermy  courses as a hobby.  "I studied with a man in  Calgary named Jim Penn. He's  retired now���sold his business  for a million dollars���but he's a  fifth-generation taxidermist."  Marchand paused momentarily,  eyeing an entirely lifelike coyote  which appeared to be eyeing  him back.  "Jim Penn was considered  one of the best taxidermists in  the world. Once he was commissioned to fly over to India to  mount an elephant!" Marchand  smiled appreciatively, as if he'd  jump the next ferry should some  similar opportunity cross his  path.  "They had to use a crane to  lift the hide", said Marchand,  adding that "The body was  made of hand-carved balsa  wood."  This remark brought Dave to  the subject of authenticity and  realism in his art.  "In the 'old days'���up to  about 30 years ago���materials  and techniques were radically  different. Then the use of  styrofoam for bodies came in,  along with other so-called 'high  tech' stuff like fleshing  machinery and more realistic  prosthetics.  "Faster work and more  realistic specimens is what the  taxidermists were after", Marchand noted. "People doing the  work had arrived at a point  where the> couldn't afford to  practise the art for the fees  clients were willing to pay. Taxidermists had slowly pricesd  themselves out of business, so  things had to change."  Marchand went on to explain  that he could mount, say, a  coyote's head for $400 using the  more modem approaches and  techniques. But should a  natural wildlife museum request  the same thing it would carry a  $7000 fee.  "They want strict authenticity as well as realism. I would be  using the animal's skull, teeth,  tongue, bones, et cetera", Marchand said, "And this entails a  highly  labour-intensive   ap  proach. I enjoy working this  way���using the old taxidermist  ways���but the cost is prohibitive for just about any client  except an institution."  A good taxidermist, once  established, should be able to  earn between $50,000 and  $70,000 a year. "There's between 20 and 30 taxidermists  operating in Calgary", Marchand said, "And most who've  been in business for, say, five  years, are booked solid for two.  Bring them something to mount  and you can expect to wait close  to two years to get it back."  Marchand's plan is to  establish himself on the Sunshine Coast, then offer courses  in taxidermy to private students.  He would also sell the various  exotic taxidermic supplies to  those who studied under him.  Taxidermists must be licensed  by the Fish and Wildlife Department, and stand to have their  license lifted should they work  on certain animals, or animals  who have been illegally killed.  "If anyone brings me  songbirds, birds of prey, or certain sea birds, I have to refuse  to work on them���unless the  person has a permit to mount  from Fish & Wildlife. If someone came in with, say, a  hawk he'd shot���I'd report that  person."  Please turn to page' 21  ^.footprints  TRAIL BAY MAIL  SECHELT 16.  Coast News, November 26,1990  Wilting In the wings at Gibsons United Church.  ���Joel Johnstone pholo  Yuletlde Interlude  The Sunshine Coast Music  Society Soundwaves Choir and  Orchestra is presenting their fall  concert, "Yuletide Interlude".  Featured will be Benjamin  Britten's Ceremony of Carols  with guest harpist, Julia Cunningham.  Lyn Vernon, backed by the  men's choir, will sing Brahms'  Rhapsody, and with Edo  Boersma, selections from  Lehar's Merry Widow.  Can Can girls will do some  high stepping to the  choreography of Karen Boothroyd, with solos from Arline  Collins and David Dykstra.  Under the able direction of  Bruce Dunn, performances will  be on December 7 and 8 at 8  pm, and December 9 at 2 pm, at  Sechelt Elementary School  Gym. Tickets are $10, $8 for  SCMS members.  Thanks lo the efforts of the  membership, the Society has  purchased an acoustic shell  which will enhance the quality  of sound in the limited performance facilities and which will  be in place lor the Christmas  concert. This shell will be made  available to olher organizations.  The Sunshine Coast Music Society presents  YULETIDE  INTERLUDE  with the Soundwaves Chorus  and Orchestra  Soloist  LYN VERNON  Guesl Conductor  BRUCE DUNN  Arline Collins - Soloist  Edo Boersma - Guest Soloist  Karen Boothroyd - Choreographer  ftiday  DECEMBER 7, 8 pm  Saturday  DECEMBER 8, 8 pm  Sunday  DECEMBER 9, 2 pm  At Sechelt Elementary School Gym  General Admission - $10  S.C.M.S. Members - $8  Tickets at:  WISHFUL THINKING - Gibsons  LINNADINE'S SHOES - Gibsons  SEAVIEW MARKET - Roberts Creek  TALEWIND BOOKS - Sechelt  n the Queen Charlottes  by Peter Trower  Queen Charlotte City is actually an unincorporated village  of aboul 1000 people, strung  out along the north shore of  Skidegate Inlet. In general appearance it resembles many  other small logging/fishing  communities along the West  Coast. The town boasts most of  the usual amenities, including a  pub.  There is a legend (not included in the travel brochures) concerning Charlotte City's first  pub. It opened for business  shortly after World War II. The  Woods were booming in those  days���the loggers feisty, thirsty  and bushed. At the beginning of  a holiday weekend, they converged on the brand new beer  parlour from several surrounding camps. Things got pretty  lively. When closing time was  announced, the rowdy brush-  apes would have none of it.  They ejected the manager and  the waiters and proceeded to  drink the place dry. The party  went on for several days. It is  not reported whether any  charges were ever laid but the  owner closed up shop then and  there. It was years before  anyone had the nerve to open a  beer parlour in the town again.  Just prior to our visit,  Charlotte City was subjected to  something quite out of keeping  with the average outsider's picture of the rainy Island climate-  a drought. The village has an erratic water system and is largely  dependent on wells and small  creeks. Extremely dry weather  in September depleted these  sources and local residents had  to rely on a water truck running  back and forth from Tarundyl  Creek, several miles away. Recent heavy rains have alleviated  the situation for the moment.  To explore Graham Island,  you follow the Yellowhead  Highway, a good blacktop  road. It turns north at the  Haida village of Skidegate and  hugs the shoreline. The tide is  up on this particular day and  the weather momentarily clement. A jury of cormorants  crowds a wave-washed rock.  Several miles up the highway,  we stop at St. Mary's Spring, a  famous local landmark but easy  to miss unless you keep your  eyes open. It lies above the  highway, watched over by the  wooden statue of a nun-like  figure. We sample the pure  achingly-cold water, fully aware  of the local belief that all who  Channel 11  do so are fated to return to the  Charlottes.  Just past the Spring lies the  small community of T'lell, scattered randomly along the upper  side of the highway. The settlement was founded in I904 by a  legendary pioneer named Mexican Tom. At first glance it  seems to consist of a post-office  and little else, but there is more  to the place than a casual glance  would suggest. It incorporates  three successful working ranches, a couple of lodges and  several small businesses including, rather incongruously,  an electronics shop.  T'lell is also home to the  Island's weekly newspaper, The  Queen Charlottes Observe, a  lively little journal, founded in  I969 and printed in an easy-to-  read magazine-size format.  Edited by local writer, Jeff  King, it is a cheerful, well-  produced publication, full of  local news and gossip. Earlier,  we interviewed Paul Semetz,  reporter-at-large for the  Observetr.  Semetz, an interesting well-  informed young guy, makes his  home in Charlotte City. He is a  relative newcomer to the Islands  but the nature of his job has  given him a very solid handle on  local affairs.  I was surprised to learn that  the Charlottes have no independent governing body but are ad  ministrated from Prince Rupert  as part of the Skeena  District���a fact that rankles  many Islanders.  We discuss the recent  drought. Semetz tells us that a  dowser was brought in and he  has apparently located a large  water pocket about 175 feet  Mow the surface. We also  touch on the Islands' literary  legacy. (Poets Susan Musgrave,  Sean Virgo and J. Michael  Yates all lived and wrote here in  the back-to-the-land days of the  Seventies-)   To be continued...  AEGINA  Photo Gallery  TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 27  7:00 PM  Cable Connections  Anther Important news on alocal sole  from   the   broadcasting   students   al  Elphinstone Secondary.  7:30 PM  The Human Mind In Construclion  This program won top spot in the  educational category In the BC/Yukon  cable programmers annual Programming Competition.  8:00 PM  Coasl Profiles - Chief Simon Baiter  Stan Dixon talks with Squamish Nation Chief Simon Baker during a recent  visit to the Coasl.  1:30 PM  Drinking, Drags and Decision  Be Part Of The Solution  Family Violence  Drag and alcohol related domestHiy  abuse b the topic of this program from  Rogers Cable, Vancouver. This program  was orginally simulcast on CKNW's  Rate Malr Show.  9:00 PM  ���Cable Connections - See 7:00 PM  SATURDAY, DECEMBER I  2:00 - 10:00 PM  Elves dub Telethon  Eight hours of local entertainment by  Sunshine Cout entertainers and Interesting people who have volunteered  their line to produce the fifth Annual  Hves Club Christmas Telethon.  Money raised through pledges wU go  towards iMvering food and gifts to the  needy al Christmas. Please phone your  fin during the show to the Hves  Pledge Line at MM5��S.  a  CHRISTMAS POTTERY  SALE  at Forst Pottery  with Pat Forst & Gale Woodhouse  DOOR PRIZE - Friday Night  Fri.. Nov. 30: 7pm-10pm  Sat.. Dec. 1: 10am-6pm  Sun.. Dec. 2:   10am-6pm  Rockwood Centre  presents  LYALL NANSON, F.C.A.  AN EXHIBITION AND SALE OF WATERCOLOURS  DECEMBER 1-2, 10:30 AM - 4 PM  ARTIST DEMO SATURDAY  AND WORKSHOP REGISTRATION  U-C.W. Annual    M  Holly Tea & Bazaar y  I  Saturday, Dec. 1st  2:00 pm - 3:30 pm  Gibsons United Church Hall   Glassford Rd,   Tea - Adults $2.50   Children $1.00  Baking, Books, Attic Treasures, Crafts & Children's Corner  The Sunshine Coast Arts Council's  Annual  ��� ..v^-if^W-iTW**-. ""u"i  cbRistraas  CROPfLfafR  Sat., Dec. tst 10 - 4     Sechelt Indian Band Hall  -.*>.  ii_________---if  HlMUiiMi  MeMM Coast News, November 26,1990  17.  Players sparkle In "Living Together"  David Short highsteps a funny walk as Tim Anderson takes a curtain call for the Driftwood Players'  presentation of Alan Ayckbourn's 'Living Together' at the Women's Institute Hall from November  22 through December 1. -Joed Johnstone photo  by George Cooper  Living Together, the Driftwood Players fall presentation,  opened last Thursday to a nearly full house. The audience  responded in joyful laughter to  the hilarious Ayckboum comedy. And the performance was  a crisp interpretation of the  characters the playwright  presents in caricature.  The play burst into life in the  second scene after a seeming  ponderous beginning. There the  rollicking mayhem of this  'friendly' family gathering set  responsive laughter rippling  throughout the remainder of the  play-  Norman, the scamp, the  scapegrace, the rip, was ably  playd by Tim Anderson. Norman's aim in life is the conquest  of the ladies, and by play's end  he has unheroically done just  that. Even his own wife falls a  victim.  Reg, the patient foil to his  wife's withering remarks is  played with quiet assurance by  David Short. Short provides a  hilarious tidbit, a 'worm's turn'  response to his wife's criticisms.  Annie, smoldering in frustration, is winsomely played by  Dianne Evans. David Fraser's  Tom is a suitably naive and  stupid husband.  Neest Lewis' portrayal of the  remote and self-centred wife is a  subtle interpretation of ironic  humour.  Whenever Colleen Elson was  on stage, the action noticeably  sparkled. She brought just the  right touch of venom to her  every utterance, gesture, turn of  head.  This is the first community  play in the Women's Institute  Hall now in the very beginning  stages of its restoration. President Fred Inglis can be  justifiably proud that a dream  now begins to take real form.  ^GIBSONS  *1legion  Branch 109  Andy's Restaurant- Lunch and dinner specials every day. Closed Mondays.  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 1 lam-3 pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open 11-9, Sun. A Mon.,  11-10 Tues.-Sat.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared with the freshest  ingredients - both healthful and delicious.  Oar whole what bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked frah daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, lake out orders  for the beach and cappudno are  available. The Cow's bistro...as unique  as the Coast itself. Man. - Sat.  9am-5pm.Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  hindi! 885-9962.  Coast dub Cafc- Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast and lunch.  Fresh is the order of the day for all of our  menu Items. Big burgers, pasta dishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and  a variety of daily features. An adult environment with European flair, which offers dining u reasonable prices. Open  from 5 am daily. Join us for weekend  brunch. S319 Wharf Ave., Sechdt,  883-9344. Visa and Mastercard accepted -  seating for CO.  Fnures' Dining Lounge ��� Join us  for family dining at Frances' Dining  Lounge at the Pender Harbour Hold on  Highway 101. The atmosphere is comfortable, the staff warm and friendly, and  the mom etedknt. We are open Monday  to Friday 6:30 am to 10 pmand Saturday  and Sunday I am to 10 pm. Friday and  Saturday are Prime Rib nites; look for  other gnu specials on Sunday. Enjoy t  view of the hatbour and remember that  private parties can be amazed. Call  883-9330.  Hie Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster Howe ��� With a perfect view  of eQibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, the Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beadmmbcn am usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are thdr specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Avenge dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located In Gibsons  Unding at 1531 Oower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am-10  pm, Fri and Sot 11:30 am ��� 10:30 pm.  Seats 143.  The Parthenon Greek Tavema-  Located on tht esplanade in downtown  Sechdt. We specialize In Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steals, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 days a woek - Tues. through  Thun., from Ham-10 pmand Fri &  S*., II am - II pm. We are open for  lundl - try our daly luncheon specials.  Lunch it served from 11 am - 3 pm.  Retemdom rerautwnded. We also  hove take-out - pizza, ribs, pasta, Greek  food and much moil HS-1995 or  M3JC3. KtdMfaa  Hue Heron hU- For dinners only.  Fully licenced. Wednesday to Sunday,  3pm to 9pm. Closed for lunch. Closed  from September 3 to 11.  For reservations phone Laurie or  Heather. 885-3847.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine In a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rock of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations reran-  mendesd. Roberts Crert Road and Beach  Avenue ��� 883-9321. Open 6 pm. Ooaed  Mondays A Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  1lM Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch nd dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean vim and sunsets  IVom every table. Condnental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from  11 am - 2 pm. .Fully licensed and eir-  tmdathwied. Darner resenations reran-  mended. Hwy. 101, Davit Bay. 885-7285.  Backeddy Pub ��� Enjoy the beauiiful  waterfront view (eagles and hummingbirds are a common sight) from the  Backeddy Marine Pub. Enjoy the deck as  well as the separate family dining area,  both with a relaxing atmosphere. Bring  your appetite for our home-style  Skookumburger or our great fish & chips.  Dinner is served from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30  p.m. Located Vi mile north of Egmont  on Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub ���  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available 'till 9 pm every night.  We're known for our greal atmosphere  and good times. Sun. ��� Thurs. open 'till  midnight. Fri. & Sat. open 'till I am.  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. 8864171.   Landing Marine Pub -  E��xtlent lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual waterfront  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  Pender Harbour. Prime rib every Saturday. FTee moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located at the end  of Irvine's .Landing Road, and we're open  7 days a week from 1 lam to 11 pm. Pub  open llam-lipm. Kitchen open 11am-  10pm. Call 883-1145.  Mariners'  Restaurant - On the  waterfront with one of the most sp��-  tacular views in Gibsons, the Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and din.  iter ete'recs- Both menus change daily,  with delicious daily specials. Marine  Drive, Gibsons Landing, .986-2334. Monday to Saturday: Lunch 11-3, Monday to  Saturday: Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 5-9,  Sunday Brunch 11-3. 100 seats. V. M.C.  The Terrace at Bonniebrook-With  an ocean panorama, The Terrace at Bonniebrook, located on the waterfront at  Gower Point, offers superb West Coast  cuisine in a picturesque and relaxing lodge  setting. For those seeking finer dining and  a higher standard of service we offer fresh  local BC food, expotly prepared and  presented in a varied menu of appetizers,  entrees and desserts for lunch and dinner.  Follow Gower Point read to Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Dinner 5:30-9:30. Sunday  Brunch 10-2. Group reservations only for  Breakfast A Lunch. CLOSED WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. Reservations  recommended. Business groups & receptions welcome. Visa, M/C 886-2188.  BAT IN ��� TAKE OUT  Bale * Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, lee  cream. FTee home delivery within 4 miks,  after 6pm only, on $10minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10. Open  late evety night. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-7813. Coast News, November 26,1990  Play ball  Indoors  by Al Robertson   ~ ~  This is a request to all you  ball players that have nothing  better to do than be couch  potatoes on Tuesday nights.  Instead of sitting around watching TV there's the opportunity for stardom on the court at  Elphinstone High School.  There are no Dr. J's or Larry  Birds, just some of the local  lads battling it out. Sometimes  it's intense, sometimes it's sloppy, but it's fun and it's exercise.  However, there's a problem:  We need more players; full  court, five a side, for two hours  is pretty demanding on the  bunch of us.  So if you're interested, it's  every Tuesday, 8 pm to 10 pm  at Elphinstone High.  It costs S3 a session. Come  dressed to play. For more information call Bill at 886-7509 or  Al at 8864929, after 6 pm.  OMVNATIONM UMl  nC&KiATf tuna  Swkirs Consultant. Buying. Soiling.  Retirement Planning LIST YOUR PROPERTY  WITH EXPERIENCE - AN MMM  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  Sunnycrest Shopping Cetntre, Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO  RES:m-71S4 0FFICE:M��-t2TT VANMMS1S  I.R. (JIM) MUNRO  First Bonspiel winners  On the Rocks  Tournament play returns to Roberts Creek Elemental? on  December 20. ���Joan Thompson photo  Volleyball tourney  by Harry Turner  by Rufus Cohen  Roberts Cresek Elementary  .School was the proud host of  the Coast's first Elementary  School Invitational Volleyball  Tournament last Sunday,  November 18.  The   Roberls   Creek   Girls  Team took the title by defeating  Brock Elementary School in the  finals, while the Roberts Creek  Boys Team bustled to outpoint  Strathcona Elementary School  for top honours.  A big thanks to Trail Bay  Sports, Family Sports and  School District 46 for their support and sponsorship.  Strikes & spares  CLASSIC:  PHIINTASTIQUE:  Mkhrle Whiting  270491  EveCorWt  294463  Rita Johnston  335-951  Gordon MacGregor  24042S  Btrnadette Paid  319-1007  NIGHT OWLS:  Ron Webber  233410  TUES. COFFEK:  Tom PenfoM  24S436  Rita Sadlwsltv  250439  SECHELT GAS:  Sue Whiting  259-470  Joyce eScott  25441(1  Nora S..linsk>  25IK6S5  PhtHstumminRe.  270429  Gladys While  221425  GIBSONS 'A':  Eileen Nelson  282490  Call Redman  233443  lelf Nelwm  235-704  Bonnie Bennett  224-648  YBC PEEWEES:  1 on Beckli  309-705  l.vnelte Brainerd  135-227  SLOUGH-OFFS:  Jennifer Harrison  124-247  233455  Kid Johnston  117-224  2S7-660  BANTAMS:  lil Hopkins  251-667  Jessica Sangster  162-434  Mantaret l.und  322-667  NO Uvettu  1744S7  272-6)6  JUNIORS:  ShertvnHood  202-467  BALI. A CHAIN:  fob Hood  IH5-500  Pam Lumsden  269-702  KrtsRoepke-Todd  209-567  Mike Raymer  223442  SENIORS:  Juks Gaudreatlll  24S464  Jason Ruck  212-589  The first bonspiel of the year  has come and gone. It seems  like such a short time, and the  time is especially short when  everyone is having a good time.  Everyone at the bonspiel seemed to be enjoying themselves  and we sure do like to see all  those outside rinks here; but we  don't like them to be so successful!  They took away all the first  prizes this year: First place in  the A event, first in the B event,  first in C and first in D. Coast  teams did very well after that, j  however, taking all the second  place finishes and taking our  share of the third and fourth  places.  Winner of the A event was  the Smith rink from Delta, skipped by Les Smith. They beat  out a very good tesam from our  club skipped by Roger  Hocknell.  Winner of the B event was  the Black rink from Cloverdale  who beat out the team of Ed  Hill from Gibsons.  In C event, another team  from Powell River won the  event again this year. The  Rankin team won out over  Larry Paradon team from the  Gibsons Winter Club. D event  was taken by the Deptuck team  who defeated the Robinson  team.  There are a lot of voluitt��ersI  to be thanked for their work lastl  weefcfend: The ladies who work-"  ed the kitchen and the bar, the  executive and bonspiel committee for thdr excellent organization, the crews who prepared  the ice, the phone committee  members. We want to thank  you all for the hard work and  energy you put in on behalf of  the club. It is through your efforts that the Winter Club has  been such a success for so many  years.  We would also like to thank  those businesses in the community which donated prizets  and trophies. Thanks to the  following sponsors: A event,  Molsons; B event, Cedars Pub;  C event, Swanson's Ready Mix;  D event, Coastal Tires. We sure  do appreciate your support and  your gracious giving over the  years. Without your support,  we would not be able to keep  giving such wonderful prizw to  all the event winners.  A special thank you is again  extended to the Elphinstone  Grads for their help in driving  the curlers home. That is the second year of offering this fine  service and it made such an impression on some of the outside  teams that they are going to go  home and suggest a similar program for some of their own  communities. You are indeed a  fine group and the community  should be proud of you.  Well done. It shows what can  be d<one by a great little comity. It was a great 'spiel and  nnot wait for the next one in  nuary. See you in the mixed.  53  Lsaft-vSB  ybu're invited to an Open Oftntst  from 2 - 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 2,1990  at the Rockwood Centre Sechelt, B.C.  Information regarding Charter Membership  subscriptions wll be available at this meeting  TMaifcaa not ��������.* an ritVr Malemaiolkilatlaileilwyaaianwlt;. Seach an oflkr can oat; ba aata  by offarina mamoranahim. Ha offarinf mamorandtm la aflHaMa by contacting na al      fig5-6298  TIDE TABLES  Oats   Tlnw   HI.Ft.  12:40 11.0  27 6:00 8.2  TU 12:40 14.7  7:50 6.1  Date   Tlnw   Hl.Fl.  2:10 11.9  28 7:10 9.3  WE  1:10 14.7  6:30 4.4  Data   Time HI.Ft.  3:25 13.0  29 8:20 10.3  TH  1:45 14.7  9:10 2.8  Data   Time Ht.-FI.  4:30 14.2  30 9:20 11.1  FR  2:25 14.8  9:55 1.4  Dim   Time Hl.Fl.  5:25 15.1  110:20 11.7  SA 3:05 14.8  10:40 .4  Data   Time Hl.Fl.  6:15 15.6  211:15 12.0  SU 3:50 14.8  11:25 .1  Data   Time Ht.FI.  7:05 16.1  312:10 12.0  MO 4:40 14.6  S  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson \��JS^mSak^SmJfLa.m ���  -      ...    _.       .      . _. 1 hr. 40 min. f>lut 5 min. for Met) ft. ot rtto,  Pacific Standard Time imj 7 mtn.,�� ��<* it. oi t*n  Seabini  ���RENTALS LTD-  PASLODE  Nailer/Spikers  Finish Nailers  Coil Ring Nailers  Nail Stock  EQUIPMENT & TOOLS FOR  INDUSTRY, CONSTRUCTION, HOME & FARM  Mon.-Sat., 8-5  Hwy. 101, Gibsons   886-8744  where fonfcrt S  . mar^ ^T i \ ^B^^   ^^mm^^m\\\mmJm\\^mm\^mmmm^^^m^m\\      ���t^ __ _^^^__^  QUALITY CRAFT 15"  scroll sfaw  Reg. $199.99  19m&&  s149  QUALITY CRAFT  4 1/8"  joiner-planer  Reg. $199.99  |00  (Not exactly as Illustrated)  Outdoor Ghnstmas Light awaaA^m  replacement^^]  bulbs  Assorted Colours  SET OF 4  QQC   Reg S1-49  Lmimiiia.  STAINLESS STEEL  thermos  Unbreakable steel inside  and oul ��� will not rust or stain.  Leakproof stopper. 1 litre.  Reg. $29.99  Handmade  POTTERY  HUMIDIFIER  by local potter PA T FORST  For use on wood, coal or  kerosene heaters.  the perfect wood stove companion,  presto logs  $250��V.  (465 pieces)  59��M  SUPER TWIST CORDLESS  SKIL power screwdriver  Same features as Skil Twist Plus:  ��� Tool and stand provide bit storage  a Use Va" Hex shank bits  25 Outdoor  light set  Reg. $51.95  TWIST CORDLESS  7 Wall Bulbs  25  outdoor light tmtt  je-ut de lumttrra  ^fr^ff��1  $4495  SKtt power screwdriver  $2995  ��� Drives/removes screws effortlessly  ��� Slotted/Phillips bit and Robertson'  bit Included.  ��� Handy recharging unit  Reg. $34.99  19  95  See our TlMBRM ART flyer for  hundreds of other home and   Christmas gift ideas!  m  Gibson    Sechell Vancouver Open Mon. ��� Sit.    Sundtyi,  886-8141 885-7121 (Toll Free)     8 am - 5 pm    (Gibsons Only)  688-6814 10 am - 4 pm    TWO L0CA TI0NS  GIBSONS  ILDING SUPPLIES!  SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  0IIS0NS   WHARF AND DOLPHIN  SECHEL1  -.r^-,^A-^".  MMMUM Coast News, November 26,1990  IO  I  Gibsons  Slo-pitchers  snag silver  in Mexico  Hoops from Stenner's.  The Cedar's sponsored team  played seven garnets in six days  during their week long stay.  Twenty-six teams, from all over  North America, competed in  the tournament.  Pigs become bacon  by Mark  A mixed slow-pitch softball  team comprised of players from  the Cedar's Pub League won a  silver medal in a tournament in  San Jose Delcabo, Mexico.  The team included Jossee  Hovden, Kent Anderson, Grant  Gill, and Joey linger representing the Ball Blasters; Cathy  Grant, Joe Musgrove, and Dave  Patton from the Cedar's; John  Pritchard who plays for A & G  Contracting; Roger Hinks who  is with the Scummbies and Steve  It was a very competitive  tournament with five out of six  gam<es within one run! They  beat Edmonton 7-6 and Calgary  6-5. The game against Delta was  a 5-5 draw and they lost 7-6 and  6-5 against two separate  Calgary teams.  In the thrilling final, the Gibsons area ball players lost a  heartbreaker 11-7 to San Jose,  California. All in all, quite a  respeectable showing for a bunch  of softball enthusiasts from the  Sunshine Coast.  Look out Mexico, November  1991, because there is a rumour  that a couple of other teams are  going to try their luck next year,  and they have hopes of bringing  back a gold medal!  Thai's right gang! The Pigs  are oh so dose to that elusive  'W.  After the last couple of weeks  of play it is truly evident these  fellos are getting the hang of it.  Persistans and patience, also a  lot of good humour, are showing through in the on field performance of the lads in blue.  Coming off a creaming by  the Meralomas side the week  before, the boys came to practise, ready to learn more (as  they did in the game).  They were looking forward to  the week ahead, as they would  be pitted against the youngsters  (mostly their same age) of UBC.  November 3, vs UBC To   Ah; once again overseas and  land out to the Endowment  Lands of higher learning and  knowledge. Could this be an  A-t- day for the Pigs? We'll  seel!  Midway through the game  Ray 'Keg' Dow went down and  Albetrt 'Albert' Bezaire was  happily dragged into replace  'Keg'. Unfortunately what was  to be a promising and hopefully  rewarding day, turned out like  the conditions; wet and slippery. The lads still gave it their  all, and were just short of the  try-line on a few occasions and  missed the scoreboard. UBC 20,  PigsO.  Not (lettered by this mishap,  practise that week was abundantly participated.  November 10, vs Trojans  Home Sweet Home!  Yahoo! The rains of  November are here! You've got  to know the happiness of a Pig  in rain. Crazy or not the match  goes on.  You betcha; up to the Coast  came the Trojans. Plenty of  bodies to spare and excitement  high. This truly was a day in the  __      19.  name of rugby.  As the opening whistle went  off, everyone was already soak-  ed, not to worry about those  monster puddles. We're the  PIGS!!!  While the game wore on,  these were exactly the bodies involved (the forwards).  Back and forth, to and fro,  slippin' and slidin' the game  went, when suddenly a first for  our home boys, penalty kick for  us, YA! We were on the board  first, Trojans 0, Pigs 3.  YeeHaa! j|  Holding their own tflRugh  the half the fellos came out,  down 6-3.  Back at it in the second  i to rage 21  LEARN TO SCUBAJDIVE  Experience the Fun.  Excitement and  Adventure  9m  Next Class - Dec. 3  8 am - 8 pm Seven Day* a Week  SEASPORT SCUBA  .Sprhplt   R r  885-9830  SPORTS  TRAIL AVE & COWRIE ST., SECHEIT       885 2512 20. Coast News, November 26,1990  .'���:���  Mm  ..]..  a.ft.  i 1  I  I  I  : !  �� .  Ser  Sunshine Coast     *  ICES   DIRECTS  rY  When you want the job done right,  CALL THESE EXPERTS  To list your business with the experts  CALL THE COAST NEWS 886-2622  W  ���a~SECHELT RADIATORS^  Ctmplltt Ooltiig Systtrtt Soviet Centre>'mm  We Repair 1 Replace Rids. Heater Cores & Gas Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TMCTMS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  Niw, Used A Rebuilt  4349 S.C. Hwy.      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Bet. 886-3304,/  LAND CLEARING  iTvSS,  HOAD BUILDING  Will buy your merch. timber or will  exchange your timber for excavation  Louis LiPege  .,      .. 888.3821V  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & Beams  Chrlt Nipper 188.3488  R.R.M, SS, C78,  Qlbsoni, B.C. VON 1V0  Stuffing in style  Continued from page 15  Marchand also refuses to  mount pets���chiefly tats and  dogs���although he has done a  pet parrot, birds falling into a  different category psychologically for Marchand.  "Taxidermists do receive  some off-beat requests", Dave  noted. "Jim Penn once had this  old man show up at his shop  with a real old German  Shepherd on a leash. 'How  much to stuff my dog?', asks  the old man. Not wanting to do  it, but not wanting to hurt the  old man, Jim says '$2000'  thinking the fee will scare the  old guy off."  Marchand reached down to  stroke Duke, his six year old  hunter who'd been monitoring  the interview.  "Well, the next day the old  man showed up again���this  time with his shepherd's dead  body in the trunk of his car.  He'd had the dog put to sleep-  but just couldn't bear to part  with it.  "Jim wits quite astonished.  Still hoping to scare the old boy  off, he says 'I'll have to have 50  per cent down on the work'-and  the old guy calmly writes him a  check  for a thousand.  Jim  wound up mounting the dog on  a styrofoam wolf body."  Earlier, at he, his wife, and  son's temporary A-frame, Dave  had shown me part of his collection of Aboriginal artifacts, a  number of which he had  discovered personally. But his  most incredible And was not a  flint arrowhead or digging tool.  "About two years ago my  brother Steve and I were winter  hunting only 15 miles from  downtown Calgary. We were  tracking through this frozen  bog and saw buffalo skulls and  bones sticking up through the  snow."      ,  The wonder of that moment  is still to be felt from Mar-  chand's tone. "We went back in  the spring and, sure enough, it  was exactly what we'd felt it  was���an ancient aboriginal buffalo hunting area. And it was  immense! About a quarter by a  half-mile in area.  "We reported it to the head  archaeologist for the Eastern  Alberta Slopes and when he  came to inspect the site, it absolutely blew his mind!  Couldn't believe it. Anyway,  eventually we received papers  from the government saying  that the site had been designated  'The Marchand Kill Site.' Kind  of neat to leave your mark in  Alberta, really a singular ex-  perience for me and .Steve."  Since Dave had some work to  do on a thawing, silted bear  carcass, my last question  centered on what would happen  should hunting ultimately be  banned, not a remote possibility  in an era where animal rights  are being championed more and  more successfully.  "Well, first of all it would  skyrocket the prkw of mounts  already in existence. It might  result in a deluge of work as  people hunted right up to the  ban and wanted their trophies  mounted. Taxidermists would  then have to subsist on 'roadside kills'..."  For a moment there was only  the gentle, rhythmic sound of  Duke breathing.  "Eventually", said up-and-  coming taxidermist Dave Marchand quietly, "Eventually the  art would wither away and  die."  But since he doesn't expect  hunting to be banned any time  soon, Dave headed for his  bench and prepared to get on  with his new life on the Coast.  Oink! Oink! Pigs become bacon  Continued from page 19  period, this club is showing major signs of turning the tide.  Midway through the half  there was a tremendous goal-  line stand; time and again the  Trojans banged away at the  line, but ferocious and  tenacious tackling held off a  score. Pressure was released  finally with a boot to touch.  Great effort boys!!  The Trojans' attack mounted  yet another time, relief looked  evident once more, but Mother  Nature intervened. Winning the  ball from the loose play on the  five yard, there was then an attempted out to the backs, the  ball dropped sadly into a swamp  and died. The Trojan flyhalf  coming across scopped up the  pill and over for four points.  Conversion good. Trojans 12,  Pigs 3. Rats, close but no cigar.  Fine effort by all!!  November 17, vs Chilliwack  Coming South on their naval  assault craft, the Chilliwack  RFC made an inter-league visit  this weekend. The weather turned out to be splendiforous, unfortunately the boys in blue  were not. What thoughts were  in the minds of our lads, who  knows?  With hopes of putting that  elusive 'W* on the board; into  the match we gamely went. Size  did not seem to be a factor in  the contest, but spirit played the  major role. Flat as pancakes  were the Pigs and charged as a  rocket were the opposition.  Chilliwack 20, Pigs 4.  Future events: Inter-squad  game November 24; EXB-Lions  at home, December 1.  Thanks for all the sideline  support. Oink! Oink!  Men's hockey  by Mark Benson  The Buccaneers battled back  to salvage a 6-6 tie against the  Gibsons Kings last week in  Men's Ice Hockey.  Th Buccanrers took over  sole possession of second place  with a 6-5 triumph over the  Hawks.  Ryan Paul (3) with three  goals was the main sniper.fpr  the Hawks. Adrian and Darren  Dixon also got goals in a losing  cause.  For the Bucs, Dave Shindle  (2) was the top scorer with a  pair of goals while Jerry  Mercer, Chris Strong, Kerry  Baker and Bobby Watts, with  the game winner, were the other  scorers.   Un����ni��^  WttkelWd  (iilligani  Crtek  WLTP  7 f 115  4 2 211  3 4 17  3 4 17  2 4 1 *  2 4 2*  THIS WEEK'S GAMES  Wednesday November 28,  7.;30 pm, Creek vs Bu��; Thursday, Novemlier 29, 7:30 pm,  Kings vs Wakefield; Friday,  Noveember 30, 7:30 pm, Hawks  vs Gilligans; Saturday,  December 1, 7:15 pm,  Wakefield vs Bucs; 9:30 pm,  Hawks vs Creek.  INAWORLDOF  RISING ENERGY  PRICES  6  T  f he situation  in the Middle  East has  driven up the world  price for oil and every  country is feeling the  effect.  Bul there are a lot of  I things you can do to use  | less energy and help  reduce your costs. You  tan make every drop  count. Right now.  Not only will you be  reducing your costs, you'll  be helping the environment by cutting back on  greenhouse gases and the  use of fossil fuels.  Here are just a few tips.  VOUR CM  Here's how to drive down  costs.  ��� Walking will save 100%  of your fuel costs.  ��� Using public  transportation will save a  lot, too.  ��� Having your car well  tuned and serviced  regularly can save you  10% in fuel costs.  fHSTNlORMAfiON  ��� Don't exceed speed  limits. Reducing your  speed from 120 km/h to  100 km/h will save 23%  in gasoline costs.  ��� Cutting back from  100 km/h to 80 km/h will  save about 18%.  VOW HOME  A major amount of our  annual energy use goes to  heat our homes. Here are  a few tips on how to take  some of the heat off your  home energy costs.       .  HEAI1NG fi  ��� If you lower your    w  thermostat from 22��C to  20��C during the day and  to I7��C at night you  could save up to 15% on  your heating bills.  ��� Oil furnaces should be  tuned up once a year.  ��� Clean or replace  furnace filters regularly.  ��� Seal your furnace  ductwork with duct tape  and insulate hot air ducts  pissing through unhealed  spaces.  WfiaJKRPR00fM6  ��� Weatherstrip windows  anddoots. A  ��� Caulk windows and fl  door frames. w  ��� Insulate attic, walls and  basement to recommended levels. Install a  vapour barrier where  necessary.  HERE'S HOW YOU  CAN MAKE EVERY  DROPCOUNl  YOUR WOW)  Just about every piece of  plastic that you use is  derived from a fossil fuel.  The production of paper,  metal and glass uses  enormous amounts of  energy. So the JR's of  environmental protection  are vital as well. Reduce  your energy needs  whenever you can. Reuse  bags, containers, bottles  ind wrappings when  possible. Your  community probably has  local recycling programs  in which you can get  involve.  WE CAN HBP  We've got a lot more  helpful tips on how lo  conserve energy. And  they're free. Just send us  the coupon. We'll rush a  package of brochures to  you.  OR cailour rains  BKR6YIM  MOMtMM  During business hours  from Monday to Friday  Hearing Impaired  W00-26MMI  If you can't get through,  please tty again a little  liter. Well make it worth  your while.  PlHN ratal He jw�� emisw Santa* Map It**  '*!  CU,-  Im'ssmatltaamm,     HMOl ClMK _  Samelt��ibamtoMlwllm.SWUejeMSttem.Ottm.O���fa KIA0E4  | hi sarss s&ssi.  CanadS 22.  ^7  Coast News, November 26,1990  ^COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^  51  ����u  ��.  M.o^im>B  Homes 8.  Property  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  - IN PENDER HARBOUR -  Marina Pharmacy 883-2886  AC Building Supplies 8839551  ��� IN HALFMOON BAY -  B ft J Store 885-9435  - IN SECHELT -  Tha Coast News2  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  - IN DAVIS BAY -  Peninsula Market 8859721  - IN WILSON CREEK -  Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  - IN ROBERTS CREEK -  Seaview Market 8853400  - IN GIBSONS -  The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  4 7 acres, smaller house guest  cottage, workshop, studio,  warehouse, wood and garden  sheds, privacy plus. By owner.  886-3084 ewes. #48  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  CATALOOUK  5686 Cowrie St, Box 1219  Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  815-3211 FAX 815-2899  Van. Toll Free 684.8016  HI! My nam Is Brianna Lure-  Milne. I arrived on October 30,.  with the help ol Dr. tehman,  Wendy. June, Grandma Diana,  Aunty Heather, Greal Aunt Handie  and my Mom & Dad (GladrW  Morgan and Randy Milne). My  grandparents are Bob & Diana  Zornes. Kelly McMullen, Maurice  Milne and Mike Morse. Great  grandparents are Reg & Eileen  McMullen and Doris Morgan.  #48  Obituaries  Announcements 11 Announcements  5.1 acres $59,000 close to lerry,  1000' road Irontage, Hydro.  886-9049 #49sr  Pender Harbour view lot, serviced  lo border, uncleared, $29,900.  270-2958/883-9095.       #49sr  Unique 3 bdrm. 3 bath home,  spectacular view, approx. 2500  sq. It. 883-9418-988-4310.  #49sr  Modern 2 bdrm. home on  acreage, private, no reas. oiler  refused, Irade commercial or  sailboat. 883-2977. #49sr  WATERFRONT  54' lot ��� 80 year lease. Keats  Island. Try your oiler. 886-2694.  #49sr  1700 sq. It. Panabode rancher,  ocean view, genuine bargain at  $120,000. Drive by 950 CHeryl  Ann Park Road (Lower Road,  Roberts Creek) and phone lor  appt. to view. 886-2694.   #49sr  Lot 23 Central  view, level, 3  872-1064.  50x105,  lo lerry.  #50sr  Cochrane  Road,  good   large  building lot, close lo marina &  beaches. $27,500. 885-4501.  150s  Gibsons, 60x120 level lot. Creek  view, full service & clear. Ready  10 build. $29,900. 885-7618.  #49  There's ilwiyi tirvlei with ��� imili whin you  plica your classified* it B <IJ Stora, Mr Friendly  Piople Place in Halfmoon Bay.  REDUCED  Soames Point rancher, Feeney  Rd., new 3 bdrm., kitchen nook,  close to beach, 2 bathrooms,  large garage, partial view. By  owner, $139,000, oilers.  886-7830. TFN  Easy to care lor, 3 bdrm rancher  close to all amenities. Upper Gibsons. $96,500. 886-7378 #51ss  For sale by builder. Quality home  in Oceanmount Subdivision, Central Gibsons, underground wiring, curbs, street lights,  panoramic view, 1600 sq. tt.  main lir. Will soon be beautifully  finished with full unfinished  bsmt. Beat Ihe GST. To view call  886-9096. #50  Brand new 3 bdrm., 2 bath rancher style. Halfmoon Bay,  moorage avail. 885-5764.    #50  RUFFELL: Phyllis Mary, passed  away peacefully on Friday,  November 16,1990 at St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt, BC, with hit  husband Wilfred and daughter  Eileen at her side. Born January  4.1900 at London England, late  ol Moose Jaw. Saskatchewan,  Vancouver, Burnaby and  Langdale, BC, she was a long  lime active member ol St. Mark's  Anglican Church, Kitsilano, and a  lile lime member of the Vancouver School ol Theology. She  was loved and will be greatly  missed by all her many Iriends  from Vancouver and the Sunshine  Coasl. Survived by Wilfred, her  loving husband ol 66 years, and  her devoted daughter, Eileen  Poppel and son-in-law Michael, a  brother, Edgar Proctor ol Victoria,  sister-in-law Dorothy Green ot  Saskatoon, and many nieces and  nephews, both greal and great-  great. The funeral was held Friday. November 23,1990 at 2:00  pm in the Chapel of First  Memorial Funeral Services, 602  Kingsway, Vancouver, BC.  876-5585. Interment followed.  #48  STEVENSON: Passed away  November 16, 1990, Mabel  Madeline Stevenson late of  Sechelt aged 77 years. Survived  by her loving husband Ben; 1 son  Jim Cathcart and wile Ginny ol  Vancouver; 3 grandchildren Debbie, Wendy and Lorl Cathcart; 1  great-grandson Justin; 1 sister  Mrs. Ed Othen of Manvllle, Alberta. Mrs. Stevenson was a 40 year  member of Ihe Royal Canadian  Legion, served 3 terms as W.A.  resident ol Branch 118 North  ancouver and was currently a  member ol Branch 140 Sechelt.  Service was held Friday,  November 23 al 1 pm In Ihe  Chapel ol Devlin Funeral Home,  Gibsons, Rev. D. Lewis officiated.  Creamalion. In lieu ol flowers,  donations to the Salvation Army  appreciated. #48  LIEN: Arne. born March 3,1905.  Otla, Norway, died November 22,  1990, SI. Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt. BC. Survived by his loving wife Gladys; two daugahlers  Kirsten and husband Ben Dubois  and Frances and husband Gordon  MacDougall; seven grandchildren  and seven great-grandchildren.  No service by request. Private  cremation arrangements through  Devlin Funerl Home. In lieu of  flowers, donations lo charity of  choice. #48  Memorial service tor Mrs. Jackie  Schmltl, wile ot Pastor Frank  Schmllt, will be held at Living  Faith Lutheran Church at Hwy.  101 and Whitaker Rd.. Davis Bay  on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 1 pm.  Memorials to Evangelical  Lutheran Women lor leadership  development and training.    #48  Thank You  My sincere gratitude to all who  supported me In the Municipal  Campaign.  Special lhanks lo those who  worked In the campaign and lor  financial assistance from the  Scottons, Local 170, Gibsons  Labour Council and my coworkers at Port Mellon.  Congratulations to all candidates. It was a good campaign.  John McNevin  #48  BROOKS It MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Enainmml  FnenOty Pmm  M All ceaxiis 01  rue Hanbo.  IKIutitnQ Green  X  \  J Flea Market and Craft Sale. Sat..  Jdk. 1, 10am to 2pm, Cedar  ��� Grove Elementary gym. Table  I rental 886-2198. #48  [a Children's Christmas Special.  iGraham Walder & Friends. Sun-  jday. Dec. 16, Roberts Creek Hall.  |2pm&4pm. #50  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bui 885-2923  Res 885-5058  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896, 886-7272. 886-2954.   TFN  Does someone In your lamlly have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484. Al-Ateen  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today about our selection ol beautiful personalized  wedding  Invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannles Gilts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Elementary presents  I Craft Bake Sale, Ok. 1, 11am-  |3pm. Sunnycrest Mall.        #48  The people that brought you The  Sunshine Coast Cab Company  now will bring you tin Sunshine  Coast Courier Co. starting Dec. 1.  #48  egrTht Blue Shot^*,  CERAMIC STUDIO  1st Annual  Christmas Sale  A Open House  Sunday. Dec. 2, 10am-4pm  4218 France Pcniniula Road  Madeira Park  aai-noi   ft  You can say  Merry  Christmas  to everyone  on the Coast  with a  Personal or  Business Greeting  in the 1990  Christmas Carol  &  Christmas Greeting  Book  Call the  COAST NEWS  for details  885-3930 ���  Tlte Beat Deal AtauwlJ  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  4  AA (minimum) for 10 words  mm-teW  each additional word  (Births. Lost & Found FREEH  Pay for 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS muit be       _  PRE-PAID before insertion  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted    ������  "SuteSeT  CLASSIFIEDS  81500  9100  up to 10 words  each additional word  Y'eu. It.l l^alurn.y 1 item only, well run 4 con  ewcullvv wvvkl. then will h* cat.cvllvd unless  eyuu instruct us In renew el BV NOON  SATURDAY. iNm available lu commercial  nilvL'tllstfrit)  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & secheit offices Noon Saturday  ALMA SKAE  one ol Vancouver's most popular  p$ychicreaders will be returning  to the Sunshine Coast Nov. 29.  30 t> Dec. 1. For appointment  please phone 886-3224.      #48  Do you need some inlormalion lo  deal with your legal problem? Call  Ihe Legal Information Sinrice  885-8881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Are you a woman In an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Cent Transition House for confidential 24 hr.  service. 885-2944. TFN  Diet Cookies  100%  natural Ingredients.  A  weight losi syitnn tint works!  Do  yourself  i  flavour  cill  8884828. #48  Acupressure  Massage  Improve circulation, relax  Relieve strained muscles  Peggi Francis  886-4545  by appointment  #49  MIKE I REBIRTHINB  Healing and releasing the past.  Michael Hairier 886-7589.    #49  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  dlslunclional lamilies please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 lor help.  TFN  UNITY CHURCH  You are welcome lo join us In exploring Unity principles. Sunday  Study Group at 10am & Service at  11am. Also Inner-Power Group on  Tues. at 7pm. Call 886-9194 lor  inlo. TFN  Baking Wlh Yeast course of 8  lessons. For info Rachel  886-3103. #48  Psychic IUidlngi I Hiring for  appointments phone kalawna  885-4883. #49  AT 50NNIEHROOK  FRIDAY BUFFET  Includes appetizer/  salad and entree  ilOSO  a\eW.    paraon  MON. & TUES.  50* off  a second entree of equal  or lesser value  (except Chateaubriand)  Follow Gower Poinl Rd.  to Bonniebrook Lodge  886-2188  ..CLOSED WED. I THURSi  A Pfaff    W  W* for Christmas*^  will make her life  so easyl  All Pfaff Ser��en 8,  Machines on Special for  Christmas.  Shop at home  for service  WE MEET  AIL CITY PRICES  Sun Sot?  Trail lay Mall, Seaclwll   885-2725   Sunshine Coin  NDP CLUB  7:30 PM  Elphinstone School  Room 115  Healing - Meditation Classes wilh  Kalawna every 2nd Monday, starting November 19 al 7:30 pm.  Donalions only. Call 885-4883 for  more Info.  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  ' Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885-3930  Crulce Lane. Gibsons 886-2622  FAX: 886-7725 Gibsons  885-3954 Sechelt  For Public Use  Coast Pregnancy Centre  Offer an alternative lo sending  Christmas cards. In lieu ol sending cards to neighbours & local  Iriends you could send the  equivalent to us lo support a local  community group. Address RR  #2, S3, C62, Gibsons, BC, Phone  886-2002 lor further Inlo. All  donations are lax deductible  receipt sent upon request.   #48  Announcements  Oo you need a reminderlhalIhe  Sunshine Coasl Arts Council's  Christmas Cralt Fair will be held  Sal., Dec. 1st from 10-4 al the  Indian Band Hall? #48  Joel Brass & Assoc, is again proud to offer Ihe seminar 'An Introduction To The Work Of Love'  on the Sunshine Coast, Dec. 15 &  16. For more information call lan  885-7891, Pam 886-8455.   #50  8        Weddings  8. Ingagements  Mr. & Mrs. Keith Baker lake  pleasure in announcing the  engagement of Iheir daughter,  Sonya Valanclus lo Mr. Darcy  Wilson, son ol Mr. & Mrs. Barry  Wilson of Summerland, B.C.  Sonya and Darcy plan lo be married on Augusl 17th, 1991 In  Summerland. #48  Cocker Spaniel pup, lemale, 5  mos. old, lan with white markings, near Sutherland Rd. 8.  Hwy. 101, Hallmoon Bay area,  reward offered, answers to  Ginger, probably wearing 2 collars, brown and while. 886-2366  or 885-4883. #48  The Collector's Dream Doll  Display furniture. To the avid collector Inlo kit send 15.00. Refundable with first order. Rob Irving,  4908 Mason Ave., Powell River,  BCV8A3N7. #52  Large M/N 4 year-old cat.  Whlte/tan/black/brown tabby.  Answers to Oscar, lost Sat., Nov.  10, during storm. North Rd. area.  Reward. 886-8659 or  980-7551. #48  Lost In the vie. ol Lockyer Rd.,  Rbts. Ck., ginger i while  Siamese cat w/ blue eyes  Answers to POSH. May be injured  6 disoriented. Reward offered.  885-9969. #48  10' blue dinghy. Gibsons Gov't  Dock. 886-3583. #47  The Coin Shop is still buying and  selling gold, sliver, stamps, coins  and supplies. Contact at Mountain Coast Hobbles 885-7122.  #52  W0ODTURNIN6 by Gary Kelly  SILVER JEWELLERY by Sandra  Kelly, Sat., Dec. 1st,  10-4  Christmas Craft Fair, Sechell Indian Band Hall. #48  Open  Home  CRAFT &  BAKE SALEl  Kirkland Centre Adult  Day Care, Davis Bay  Nov. 27-29,1-3 PM|  Phone 855-5144 or  855-1934 for more info I  Feature  Your Business  In 12000 copies  of the handy,  pocket-slro  Distributed  yiar-round  all over thi Cowl  To rmrvi your irjKi.  cillDenm  8M-3930  The Sunshine  COAST NEWS  Orange 8, white kitten, Sargent  Rd., Gibsons. 886-8281.      #48  SECHELT HARDWARE Open Sundays, 10-4 TFN  Petsi  Livestock  JVIAGUS  TUNNELS  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  Two good llnd pleasure ponUi,  rmonHtt. 585-9969.       #45  8.  livestock  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also lull line of bird seed  And much more.  OtuMy Finn 4 Berden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYIN6 PROGRAM  Contact Then 5 Now Furniture,  699   Highway   101,   Gibsons,  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Help reduce the pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. TFN  Canine consultant, offering obedience 5 Intruder awareness  training. Reg Robinson.  886-2382. TFN  Meltze Is looking lor a caring  home. A mature, spry black male  X Siamese neul. cal, Meilze Is In  good health, loves the outdoors  and would make a lap pet for a  home bound cat lover. 886-7589.  #49  3 Lovebirds w/ cage, $169.  African grey parrot w/ cage,  $675,885-2499. IX  SPCA lor Adoption  While 8. Un Collie X. lem. puppy,  885-5734; young black neut.  male lab.; young gentle Rottweiler male; young cats.  886-7313. #48  For Xmas, PB Shar-Pei Wrinkled  Pups. Born Oct. 20/90,  $600-5800. Also have one 5'A  mo. male, asking $500.  886-9538 alter 1pm. #50  New Zealand rug, 80'  $130.886-9346  New,  #48  Black Baldwin 7 tl. semi-concert  grand piano for sale. Lists new at  $35,000. Six years old, beautiful  sound i action. $22,900 OBO.  886-7471. #48  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Near new Sojin piano, beautiful  sound, $2300 OBO. 886-7561.  #50s  Lowrey Organ Magic Genie Chord  System bench books. Exc. cond.  $800 Obo. 883-2179. #50  Airline tickets, (lem.) Vancouver  -Toronto return. Dec. 18, Jan.  17, $499 OBO. 885-7502.    #48  ROBERTS CREEK  Want to purchase any pictures,  books, etc. on Ihe history and  growth ol Roberts Creek. John  Opp 886-4671. #46  Wooden decoys wanted. Collector  pays $50 - $75 each 5 up lor  wooden duck and goose decoys.  Call collecl II long distance.  589-0687. #48  Older German couple wanting to  rent furnished small house/-  apartment/moblle home lor a  couple ot months sometime  around April to June, 1991.  Please contacl 1-649-4050 (cell.)  collecl afternoons. TFNs  Child's Kombi kilchen, doll  buggy, Barbies, reasonable.  Kalhryn 885-4794. #49  Lionel electric trains "0" or  "027" gauge engines, cars i  access. 885-9232. #49  Old wooden kilchen table, propane stow, left handed fridge.  885-7176. #49  Older piano In good condition,  suitable tor student. 886-9581.   #49  Propane tanks 100 lbs. or larger.  Reasonable 886-3612.        #48  Garage Sales  Dec 1,1010 RosimundRd. 10am  Sal., Dec. 1, Sun. Dec. 2.10am-  2pm. 214 Prill Rd. (near Rosamund) Bunks, clothes, toys, etc  RUnorShlni. ttl  ���Bii  Mmm  MMMmmm Coast News, November 26,1990  23.  Garage Sales  Renovation sale: Doors, windows, elc, unused wall light fixtures; also household items,  marine toilet - pump-oul. Sat.]  Oec. 1, I0am-4pm, 380  Headlands Rd. #48  561 Harvey Rd in Granthams,  9-2 Sun., Dec. 2, s0(as chlna  hulch. unused jyprock. ��� art  pieces, toys. ��8  for Sale  Finders    0  Keepers p-[  Antiques  .  Collntibles . Jewllery  2nd Hand ��� Furniture  Tools . Building Supplies  Our New Location  706 Hwy. 101. Gibsons  Across l.om DtVrles  886-4551  Used building supplies - windows, screens, paneling, doors,  baseboard healer, etc, 749  Franklin Rd. 886-2511.       #48  Large woodslove, $100; 65 HP  Merc, $800 OBO; 8 HP Johnson,  $800 OBO; '68 T-BIrd, $3500.  Trade lor tools, furniture, elc  885-4572 #50  New Homelite 240 power saw,  16" bar. $275 firm. 885-4462  #51ss  Bring oul your  we can stretch il and Irime  it lor you.  SHOWPIECE FRAMES  280 Gower Pt. Rd..  Gibsons        886-9215  % Ion Ford pick-up box trailer,  $350 885-7852. #50  1990 Raider fibreglass canopy.  lop ol the line, Ills Ford Ranger,  never used, $1400 new, sell  $800.885-5840. #S1ss  Tandy colour computer, $50 OBO  or Irade lor 7 885-5840.    #51ss  Eleclrohome colour TV, console  model, good cond., $135  886-8090. #50  a  6 yds. $45/ 9 yds. $60  DELIVERED  EXCAVATOR AND  BOBCAT AVAILABLE  ��� NAVVY JACK  ��� CRUSHER DUST  ��� Va CLEAR ROCK  ��� DRAINROCK  ' Va MINUS GRAVEL  Lyle Forbes  883-9907  Answering machine & phone,  $100. wooden shelving uniis. antique; round table/chairs. $75:  dresser, $125; bullet, $125.  Highboy, $500; small parlour  slove, $35; fireplace Insert,  $225; Franklin. $90; leaded  glass window panels. 886-4564.  #46  Westlnghouse IV; yr. dishwasher, under warranty 'III May  '91.886-2194. #48  DO'S,  TIKI,  RECORDS S  ' NINTENDO OAMEt  In good cond.  Nintendo Gaines  $1.50 per nighl  MAX MUSIC  818-148)  fl IG New & Used - we buy and  sell good household lurniture  886-8015 #49  Kenmore apl. size washer/spin  dryer, bottom agilator, $80. pine  (with dark stain) queen sire  waterbed. $100. Ask lot Bonnie,  886-7817 #4B  Collee table, walnut/glass top,  Dtexel, $100; curio cablnal,  $100; decorative pole lamp. $25;  brand new leather |ackel. $150;  swivel desk chair. $20 All OBO.  886-9443. #48  Aulo parts - closing oul sale - all  merchandise reduced - shelving  and store fixtures. Dovell  Distributors. 686-7131        #48  Bosllclt ait spiker, buill one  house, like new, $525:303 rllle.  $95,885-7736. #48  72" double vanity, marble top  and base cabinet, complele wilh  4 brass laps, 48" matching  medicine cabinet with 3 section  mirror, complele with 4 bulb light  strips, $250 Ihe lot; 62" padded  headtxiard Wilh side mirrors.  $50; two 36" Citation side  cabinets with mirror tops. $100  pair; 4 sets amber drop light  clusters, $40 total; chandelier,  $30; 400 sq. It. mottled glass  mirror, $10; Fisher fireplace insert, $200. View at 741 Gower  Point Rd. 886-3405. #48  For Sale  BudRiks  VIDEO GAMES  CASSETTES  CD.'S  885-4888  Trade 12 cu. 11. Ireezer in good  cond. lor smaller Ireezer.  885-3995. #48  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  White moulded fibreglass  bathtub. $100.886-4743. #50sr  Speed queen reconditioned  dryer, $125. 885-4529 alter 6  Pm. #50sr  Commercial   diving  886-2004 $1500 OBO.  gear.  #48  Lumber, various sizes,  aller 6. 885-3529.  Phone  #48  Poller's kick wheel, as new. $25  OBO. 885-9464. #48  Chesterlield, 2 chairs in good  condition, $50 885-3881.    #48  Schroder wood heater 8" Hue  $450. Excellent condition  886-7050. #49  Large "Imperial" wood healer,  exc. cond.. $400lirm, 886-7310  days, or 886-9819 eves.  Why Pay Rant? 30 Foot lully  campetized bus. Insulated, excellent tunning condilion. Live in  year round. 485-7152. #48  SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS  KNITWEAR  OPEN HOUSE  December 5, 1990  PLACE:  679 Henry Road, Gibsons  TIME:  12 - 3 pm     7 - 9 pm  liTfVoe,*. welcome:  Come one] brouae  Shop early for Chrl.lma.  Sweaters, shirts, pants,  jackets, dresses, suits,  dollies, slippers,  baby clothes  COME EABLV  FOR BEST SELECTION  SsssssssssssssssS  GE washer, white 2 sp. multicycle. 2/extra rinse, $329; Maytag,  avocado dryer. $267; Viking Coppertone. 30" stove, sell-clean,  $359; Danby Inglis 7-8 cu. It.  Ireezer. $239: Moflat 30" white  slove, comingware top, s/clean,  beautilul cond.. $398. All recon.  and guaranteed lot 90 days lo 2  years. Corner Cupboard  885-4434, Bjorn 885-7897.  #49  Will buy non-working or used major appliances. Bjorn 885-7697.   #49  Moving - woman's drysuil, like  new, $500; 12" radial arm saw &  12' lable. $400; windsurfer.  $300; Dalsun truck, $350. Eves.  883-2660. #49  Sears apt. size washer & dryer, 1  yr. old. exc. cond., $600 OBO;  sectional couch with hide-a-bed,  2 yrs. old, like new cond., $575  OBO. 885-7310. #49  Scuba diving equipmenl, 2 suits,  lank, reg. elc. like new. $1200.  886-4536. #49  BUYING  and selling  coins, gold,  silver.  notes.  806-7985  Double mattress, exc. cond.,  24x24.1 bdrm cottage moved to  your site, Gibsons/Rbls Ck  aiea 886-7026. #49  Old lype wood slove, $300 OBO.  883-2396. #49  Colour   TV's   Irom   $100  886-3318 eves. 886-36IB  #49  Salmon Firm Equipmenl:  B-50x50 sea cages ol welded  aluminum, 16-5' dia. sleel  buoys; self-powered net washer,  200 cu. ft. capacity; 3-50'  lengths 6" I.D. Transvac hose:  VSI lemp D.O. meter with probe.  885-7006. #49  Large wood stove fireplace insert,  gd.cond.$200.886-7057. #49  Men's 14K ring with hsynlhetlc  stones, appraised al $1025, sell  lor$7O0.886-6501. #49  BEST  FITTED  COTTON  DIAPER  THE ONLY CHOICE  FOB YOUR BABY  CONTACT  Mona  886-7844  Exclusive purchase from WoHe 8  Oobson. Dining room suite ind  gold mirror. Only $1600. Built-in  Kilchen Aide dishwasher $100.  Please call 886-3530. #50  3000 Walt Suzuki  $500; Water well pump $400;  Kango electric |ackhammer $600;  Carpenters level with tripod  $300; Large temporary service  $100; Core drill (concrete)  $1000; 16" Radial arm saw  $1000; Torque wrench $100;  Saddle tool box $100; Eleclrolux  vacuum $50; 22 Fl. 1979 Prowler  $3500; Champion juicer $100.  Phone 886-4903. #48  1500 psl Honda powered MCS  pressure washer, like new,  $1500080.886-3001.      #50s  Ironstone dishes, 8 place setting,  $35; sola, II. gray & green plaid,  $95; loveseat, damask (orquoise,  $55; artificial fireplace with In-  sort, $35; wattle Iron, new, $25.  885-7294. #49  Near new ladies dive gear.  Everything bul lank. Pink in colour. $900 obo. 885-3374.    #50  Electric range.  886-7710.  Green.  $125.  #48  1974 Dodge Slant 6, runs well.  Scow pump. Both cheap.  886-3108. #50  Hand crafted miniature  logging trucks, boals, etc. or can  possibly make whal you want.  886-8464. #50  T t S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil Mixed  You pick up or we deliver. Phone  885-5669. TFN  HAY $4.0O/bale  ORGANIC APPLES I POTATOES  Phone 888-1387  TFN  NOTICE  Hog luel & shavings.  Delivered  884-5344  #50  DRY FIREWOOD  $90 Cord  $75 a Load  886-9605  Rob.  1   1  STEWART ROAD  J  AUTO WRECKERS J  COASTLINE }  4 USED AUTO PARTS i  11178 STEWART RD.J  }     W-7227     f"  Four 1 way airline tickets, Van. to  Toronto, Die. 17. 886-9883 or  886-2020. #48  *.- -. _ - -.. ^...  -  neMO ��� tmrn riwyer  14 cu. It. harvest gold. Good condition. $250 OBO. 8854340. #49  Womans cowboy boots, Tony  Lama 7Vi $275. Equipment bag  $15. Teen Indian sweater $15.  885-9811. #49  18a.  Heavy  Equipment  16' steel dumptruck box, new  hoisl cylinder and pump, plus  sawdust extension box.  886-7064. #49sr  BOBCATS  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK. MONTH  #48  1981 Phoenix, gd. run. cond..  new tires & brakes, asking $700.  886-8046. #48  1966 Dodge Dart lor sale. $450  OBO. Phone 886-4988.        #49  For parts. '72 Ford 5 Ion PU;  '74 Hornet SW; '76 Dodge van.  $20001.883-2475. #49  1988 Dodge Aries, 4 dr. sedan.  Low mileage, excellent condition.  $7800090.885-7077.        #50  1966 Black Toyola Crown. $200.  Attn. Sheldon, 886-8288.    #50  Motorhomes  1972 single axle light weight  British Trailer. Sleeps 4. $2400  886-85)0. #49ss  LET'S TALK  MONEY  Let's get logether and sell  your RV unit. If we can't sell  it we'll buy it Free Appraisal  and pickup anywhere.  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  tai im 1-800-663-4234  D7363  1978 Honda Accord. Very dependable. Many new parts. $300.  886-7710. #46  '67 Volvo 123 GT, new molor,  new brakes, new interior, $3000  firm. 886-3111. #50sr  '76 Honda Civic, only $700, no  time lo waste, call now! Anna  886-2108. #50s  Bobcat 642. Low hours $7000  OBO. Phone 886-7799,  885-3469.  Computer IBM compatible w/30  meg harddrlve, monitor programs  incl., new cond., $1100.  886-8356. #50s  Seasoned lirewood, exc. quality  cedar lumber, mosl common  dimensions, see sign Hwy. tot  belween Hallmoon Bay & Sechelt.  885-3896. #46  Large quantity ft" plate sleel,  10" channel, 22' long. Sleel  lank 28' diameter 15' high.  886-7064. #50ss  Two Nintendo games,  Gaiden, $35. Rod racer,  885-5862 eves.  Nlnja  $30.  #48  Ushape kitchen cabinets,  6x10x5'. sink, slove,  dishwasher, Iridge, fan, $1000  OBO. 883-2753. #46  NICHOLSON FOREST PRO-  DUCTS. SAWMILL NOW OPEN.  Exc. quality cedar lumber, most  common dimensions. Price list  avail, al site. Seasoned lirewood  $100 cord delivered. See sign  Hwy 101 between Hallmoon Bay  & Sechelt. Open 8:30 - 4:30  Mon. to Sal. Bruce, 885-3896.  #48  Double bed, $75; single bed,  $40; 9x12 choc, brown carpel &  underlay, exc. cond., $50.  886-4943. #48  Trusses, assorted sizes in slock.  Garden shed kits any size. Alpine  Truss, 886-8233. #48  13 - 23' flat rool trusses, $150.  886-9446. #48  PENTAX MVI 35mm camera,  comes with flash, aulo winder,  wide angle and zoom/macro  lenses. Additional llllers $400.  886-3223. #48  Semi-dry lirewood, perlecl lor  mixing or slocking up lor next  season. Balsam, cypress,  hemlock 8, fir, split & delivered'  $100 per measund cord.  885-5032. #49  Hotpoint slove,  almond,  condition. $90. 885-7963.  good  #50  Like new, 48 cm. Italian  12-speed racing bike. Shimano  SLR brake system. Light action  index shlltlng. Campagnok) crank  a Irani shilling Amborsk) wheels.  Look dipless pedals $650 firm.  885-5474. #48  5 yr. old boy's 5-speed. $30.  886-3943 alter 6pm. #50  24" Zenith colour remote control  wrap around consol TV. Exc.  cond. $350.883-1106.       #50  Dolls, Cabbage Patch elc. Ponys  8 houses. Large (tollhouse. Like  new. 885-5429. #50  Double bed Irame, $25; single  bed/mallress. $10; Iridge, $25;  answering machine, $35; glass-  lop display case, $30; ar-  bottle/glass display case, $200;  kids picnic table, $5; chenille  single bedsptead, $12. Eves,  885-5033. #50  '82 Buick Century. 2 dr.. V6,  bronze  cloth  interior,  low  mileage, mint, $5000.886-9738.  #48  1976 Spitfire, good body, runs, 2  dr., roll bar. $2000. 885-2072 or  885-4694. #48  Economical 1973 Ford wagon, 4  cyl. aulomatic, runs good, $850.  885-7331 #48  '73 Ponliac LeMans, runs greal,  near new tires & battery, $500.  886-2199. #50  1979 Dodge Omni, good reliable  car. auto.. $800 OBO. 886-8975.  :#48  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Uied Auto Parti  end Towing  888-2020  TFN  '66 Ford Econoline California van,  "NO" rust, new motor, clutch,  Iront end parts, runs very well,  $1000, Bill 7am-2pm 886-4924.  #50sr  Sacrifice. 1967 California style  bug. New 180Occ motor; race  cam; dual Weber carbs; quick  shifter; 300 k on engine; custom  paint i mags. $2500 Firm.  885-3865. #50ss  '82 Olds Omega, 6 cyl., 4 dr.,  $3300 OBO. Phone 886-7853.  MOM  1980   Buick  886-4667.  Skylark  $1500.  #48  1984 Citation 4 dr., aulo., exc  cond., pb./pst., $4500  886-8291. #46  Studio apl. on Wheels! Fully insulated 1975 Chevy camper van  Rebuilt motor, runs well. Propane  slove, Iridge. healer $1800 OBO  686-4996 #49  Wanled. 9-10 tt. camper.  886-3858. leave message II no  one Is home. #48  Dodge Maxi Van De-Lux 1988.  13.368 km. Fridge, stove, oven,  lurnace. flush toilet, sink, awnings. A/C all powered. New  cond.. $29,000. 885-3789.  fSItt  '79 VW camper, new CVs. KYB  gas shocks, many new Hems,  $3000 hrm. 886-3111.     #50sr  18' Holidalre '73, exc. cond.,  asking $4800.886-4813. #50sr  1984 Chevelle. low miles, 4 dr.  auto., sun roof, $4300  886-8291. #48  '69 Camaro. exc. cond., 327  aulo., blk Inside & oul, $8500.  886-9446. #48  '87 Chev. 4x4, Black SB Step-  side, canopy. Immaculate,  $13,900.885-3448 #49  73 Olds Cutlass. P/S, P/B,  P/W, llll, auto, $350. 886-2332.  #49  1978 Ford Bronco. Good cond.  400 CIO with 351 Cleveland  Heads. $3500 obo. 885-4704.  #49  1983 Aries wagon, 130,000 kms.  35-40   m/p/g,   exc.   cond.,  sacrifice $3500 lirm. 886-2945.  #50sr  1979 Ford T/blrd, lots ol new  parts, $1900 OBO. 885-1943.  #608  '83 Olds Omega. 2 Dr. auto,  $3000 OBO. 885-3790.     #50sr  '82 Volvo SW. Overdrive, exc.  condition, Inside & out. $7500.  885-3790. #50sr  1986 Ford Tempo $4700 OBO.  883-2906. #50sr  1985 Toyola Tercel, aulo., good  cond. $6500. 885-4520. eves.  #50st  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #54ss  Good commuter car, '79 Datsun,  2 dr., exc. run. cond., $700  OBO. 886-7222. #503  Seasoned firewood.  cord. 885-6311.  $100 per  #46  Apple 2 plus computer with  .Joystick monitor, Use drive, $450  OBO. 885-5007. #48  Near new wootien kitclwn table,  4 upholstery chairs, $250; boy's  mountain bike, $35; children &  adult ski equip, 886-2491.  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for Ihe  sel, wilh covers 886-9500  anytime. #50ss  1985 Ford Bronco II Eddie Bauer  Special V6. Was listed lor  $11,000. Musl sell, make me an  oiler, 885-6053. #50  Watch lor the Sunshine Coasl  Courier Co., Dec. 1. (The same  people thai serve you as the Sunshine Coast Cab Company.) #46  1977 Frontier Ctass C. 21' Dodge  440 cruise control, sleeps 6, 2  way Iridge, hot water, stove,  w/oven TV antenna, forced air  turn., $13,500. 885-3939.  #50ss  1977 Dodge Tradesman,  beautilul pine interior, high rool,  $4000.883-2960. #48  1976 factory camper van, slove,  fridge, lurnace, porlapottle,  slereo, rebull motor, boal rack,  exc. cond., 6 lires, $5000 OBO.  886-9682. #4E  '77 Ford and canopy. '79 20  Tandam Trailer, 3-pc. bath, new  upholstery, awnings, Equilizei  hitch Inc., $10,000. 886-2678.  #46  1983 Dodge Suncoach, 318. dual  fuel, captain's chairs, sleeps 4.  slove, oven, Iridrje. dinette. TV,  Hush toilet, lurnace, converter,  exc. cond.. $16,500. Take import camper In trade. 886-8487.   #50  Mobile Ho  M.V. Blackfish. 24' Owens, well  appointed large fish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dk./90,  featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkg., new LMS, 200 ml  Loran C, new tenders 8 brackets,  mooting lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimgtid, new handrails, hush  mount Flshon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, 120 hrs. and  much more, $10,500.885-7977  #50sr  22'H/T cruiser. 225 OMC. VHF,  sounder, bait tank, winch, head,  sink, stove, down riggers, rod  holders, trim tabs. 425 hours,  moorage till Aug. 91 $6200.  886-4690. #50sr  12 V   Boston   Whaler   style,  conies with Irailer. 20 HP Merc.  $1500 lirm. 886-4733 evenings  fMll  23.5'Fiberglass C Lie crab boat,  needs work. Boat $2000. Lie.  $250 a loot.886-2942.     #50sr  14' C licenced fiberglass cod  boal. New motor. Call 883-9234  #49sr  ^vMMM'miy  i    FREE RENT  12' Lund aluminum boat. 9.1  Merc. Top condition. $1400  886-2500. #505  30' disp. cruiser, 340 Chry dual  hyd. sir. live bait tank. VHF/CB.  slereo, sounder, $7950 OBO.  685-2614.885-2515        #50sr  16' Sangster 120 hp r cyl. I/O  Sounder, trailer. Good cond.  $4250 OBO. 886-9047.     #50sr  19ft, Sangsler, 160 Johnson; EZ  loader trailer; skis; lile Jackets;  anchor; oars; Inboard tanks plus  day tank $4500. 886-3001.  #49s  11' 3 comp. hardwood lloor in-  datable boal. $1100. 885-4699.  #50s  14' Fiberglass wilh 40 hp  Evinrude electric starter, excellent condition $700.  883-2639. #48  12' alum. boal. 6 HP Evinrude,  $850; 8' dinghy, $175,  885-4487. #49  EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS  Special savings on all models in  stock. Full marine services. Hyak  Marine Services 886-2246. #48  E-Z-LeMdor Trilri Sales and  Service. Trades welcome.  883-1119. #TFN  KOKiTMUME  SWIEYS LTD.  CMltlR Ml Murrsv  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  MHW  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70      HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition.   Lowes   Resort.  883-2456. TFN  1978 Ford 150, raised rool, V8,  automalic, PS, PB, $2000 OBO.  886-9626. #TFN  1969 3 ton Chevy llatdeck, exc.  run. cond., needs Inspection,  $3500.886-3001. #50sr  1984 Ford Ranger 4x4.  Mechanically sound. $7800 OBO.  885-3553 or 885-9557.     #50ss  1980 F150 Truck. 351 with liner,  running board, rear bumper,  sliding rear window. Automatic.  new lires, new brakes, new  shocks $5000 lirm. 886-8039  #50ss  76 Inl'l dump Iruck, 13 speed.  88,000 ml., gd. rubber.  $15.000.883-2269. #46  '74 Mercury station wagon, aulo,  new exhaust system, new  radiator, new water pump. Good  condition $795. 886-9500  anytime. #50ss  '76 Buick 2 dr., P/S. P/B, auto.,  red, $750 OBO. 886-4568. #50ss  1979 Plymouth S/W lor parts,  $500 OBO. 886-9134. #48  1988 G.T.A. Mack Trans-Am,  factory ordered, one owner,  garage kept, only 23,000 k's, 5  spd, T-rool, leather seals, air  conditioning. This car has every a  vallable option. $20,900 serious  enquiries only. 885-5178.  #48  1979 Dodge Aspen station  wagon, red spot treated lor paint  Job. Low mileage, runs well.  $1650888-2830. #48  Chrysler Newport '79, new  brakes, muffler front 2 new tires,  dun, no rust, $1500.  886-4629 all. 6pm. #48  .  1961 OMC van, 6 cyl.. PB/PS,  itita., rum will, $189$.  885-3224 or 885-2729 eves.  #50  77 Ford ft Ion, no rusl, runs  gd.,   $1500   or  best  oiler.  886-2215 eves, or 885-3813.  TFN  1988 Ranger XLT 4X4. many ex-  Ins, $1500 down, assume  payments al $405/mo. or  $14,000090.886-4746.     #49  '79 Ford van, mach. sound,  PS/PB, $2800 OBO. 886-9050.  #49  Yes! There is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  'McBeth' 45' offshore ketch,  7000 Aulohelm, tracks accurate  courses. Irom Loran automatically. Exlra heavy sleel construction,  examine slip BtO Gibsons  Marina. 886-2830. #50sr  1983 Campion 60 HP Mariner,  galvanized Highliner trailer, elc.  exc. cond., $5900 lirm.  886-6382. #50sr  Endurance 35' Pilot House Culler  auto helm, Loran C video lish  Under, 5 sails, stereo, diesel  engine 8 slove, Slip B-23 Gibsons Marina. 886-9696.    #49sr  24' Turner Classic, mahogany  wilh Chrysler hemi, well-  equipped wilh or without C  licence. 883-9555. #49sr  42' Crulse-a-home house boal.  sleeps 9. exc. cond��� $29,500  OBO. 885-1943. #50st  21.5' Crew Boal or ? Powered by  T6 Perkins diesel (700 hrs) and  Warner V Drive (500 hrs). All  mainlenance records avail. Good  cond. Call Fred or Gordon.  884-5264 (8-5) lor more Inlo.  Written bids accepted to 4:30pm.  Nov. 30/90. At the following address: Canadian Forest Products.  Mainland Logging, Box 110. Port  Mellon, BC. VON 2S0. #50  '78 Davidson 18' sailboat, fixed  fin keel, 6 HP Evinrude. Exc.  cond.,   Berth  G-23,   Gibsons  Marina. $3700 obo. 886-836?  #50  20' Glasply cabin cruiser, 2'/.-  yrs. warranty on 115 hp Merc.  0/B (new last Apr., only 19 hrs  use). Incl. 8.5 Merc kicker, nev.  canvas lop, new depth sounder  slove, Icebox, bait tank,  $13.500.883-2779. #50s  18' boat, deep haul I/O 4 cyl..  Volvo penta 280 Volvo leg.  $5000 886-8367. #50;  28 It. Unllly (Sally Dog) lully  equipped. Brand new power.  Phone George. 886-8139    #TFN  1982 21' Champion, exc. shape;  economical V6 I/O; comes with  deplh linder: down rigger; VHF  Lots of extras. Tandem axle  trailer. Will trade boal plus cash  for building lot. $12,000.  886-9490 #50ss  14ft' Sangster C/W trailer. 75  HP Chrysler. 4 HP Mercury, 3  fuel tanks. Lowrance x-30  FishFinder. 2 rod holders. 3 life  Jackets, anchor, lull canvas  $2500 886-8994 #48  4 For 1 year plus no payments^  SI till Mar. 15/91 il you pur-8  4 chase a home to go in,-'  2 Secheit Park. Offer good till  5 Dec 31/90 as low as 5%|  2 down or use your trade.  \    REGAL HOMES  \    597-3322  27' 1976 Mobile Villa. Rear  bdrm., 3 pc. balh., large Iridge t  Ireezer. A/C, awning, lorced A  heat $6500 obo. 885-5916. ���   _#5��  1982 Pacilica mobile 14x70"  fridge, stove, 3 bdrm., 12 xiy  addition, I0'x48' (2x6)  stained sundeck bum lor eas|  moving, skirling includ.  carpets & lino, very spacious  layout, exc. cond.. $35,000 htm.  886-3280 or 886-9020.  '    Ml  Motorcycles  K  In Slock al    ���  EN mac;  Mobile Homes  cycle'  Oil Fillers. Batteries. Tires!  Riding Gear, elc.     ��  Phute Jay it 886-2031 I  i  Honda 750. lull lairing. $850 ir  swap lor pick up. 883-2630. #0  1987 535 Yamaha Virago, ext.  cond.. 1000 kms., asking $2590  or trade. Phone 886-4690. etSOir  1983 Honda Shadow. 750 cc.fjr  parts, $125 OBO. 886-9066. ���   #5*  1980 Yamaha 650 Special. Lojv  mileage, $690 or trade W.H.V.  883-2952. #5lJs  1987 Yamaha Virago 53J,  V-Twin, 6000 kms., exc cond;,  Incl. leathet saddlebags & KIWI  helmet. Sacrifice $1690 060.  MUST SELL BY NOV. 39.  885-5568. ',  0IFHS  '75 Honda 360E: '71 Honda 3S|  Take Ihem both for $200. Joe  886-4511. #��  '61 Kawl 10OOJ Header, good  rubber. Like new. Fast.  885-5492. #50ss  Vamaha XS.1100. Good shape;.  $2000 OBO.  886-2507.  Mull  sell. :   #y  Street legal mini racing bike  VZR50J1400. 2 Wei suits. 4mC  $150 ea. 885-2657 eves      #48  Wanted.to Rent  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibils advertising whieh  discriminates in Ihe renlal ol property For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condilion ol renlal would be |n  violation ol the Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and Ihe newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against them. The Cnit News  will therefore nol accepl such  discriminatory ads. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall avail..'  dances, parties, weddings,  equipment renlal. Yvonne  885-4610. TFN |  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall  available Wheelchair facilities.  885-2752,885-9863. #48  Office space to rent in Sechell. includes use ol photocopier $90 per  monlh. 885-3971. #48  House 3 bdrm. 1'A baths,  fireplace. 3 acres, complele wilh  6 appliances, beautiful ocean  view in Lee Bay. $60O/mo Call  883-9050 #48  '87 Dodge Dakota with cellular.  Make an oiler. 886-8116. #SOsr  1978 Ford F150 newly rebuilt  engine, ntw brakes, bait., tires,  $3000 OBO 885-5896 eves.  ISO*  '90 Dodge, 250 V8 aulo, camper  spejcla! low kms., $16,000; '90  'deluxe fibreglass campet, 9',  $10,000,886-8481. #50  '62 Fargo 4x4 Jeep, rebuilt '80,  heavy one ton 4x4 witch truck,  PTO winch, electric winch,  A-Frame, adjustable hitch, excellent all-round shape, spare  puts, $3000.885-5840.   #61ss  1988 GMC 4x4, Vi ton, 350  wto., A/C, blue 4 grey, new  Wis. $10,500 OBO. 885-5750 or  8S5-4562. #50  m  .������ POWER ������.  8-24' Command Bridge  Models - 4 - Diesel Cruisers  17ft' Semi, Deep-V on  trailer. 100 HP Johnstone.  $3,900  BWBBBSAILHBHI  18' - Fiberglass. Crown, Day  Sailer, Good Shape, Excellent Sailer. $8,199  41'- Fraser (modified) Cen  Ire Cockpit, Isuzu Diesel.  $89,900  44' ��� Motorsaller. Will Take  Property In Trade. $130,000  for further itttm on  *eee, and other bewa  mti, drop lea, have ted-  fee with ua. or phone  886-2628  NOW OPEN  SUNDAY  For appointment contact  Chuck or Mike  Authorized dealer tor  a MedulM S Nor-Tec Hums a  REGAL HOMES  597-3322  28' trailer, exc. cond., in Bonniebrook, $5000. 886-9114 alter  5 pm. m  Fabtec Mobile Camp Structure.  18'x54', 4 appl., lurnace and  lurniture. $21,500. 885-7008.  #49  A * Acre plus 3 bdrm. mobile!  ihome. Owner may sell homeS  218 lease property or sell bothS  Swlth as low as 5% down'  aoac. j  I    REGAL HOMES  Furnished accommodation 2  bdrm. mobile home. Rbls. Ck.  unsuitable for children, non-  smoker, no pels, avail. Dec. I  $600/mo. 885-9840. #48  Shared accommodation $350 per  month, partial utilities. Christine  886-8277or885-7415.       #49  2 Bedroom w/t cottage, Selma  Park. Unlurnished. S&F, N/S. no  pets Available Dec. 15.  $700/mo. 885-5293. #49  Garden Bay. 1 bdrm. basemenl  sle. Single working person. Utils.  incl. $400.883-9921.        #48  Room lor renl. $300. 886-2227  #48  3 bdrm w/l house, Pender Harbour. Laundry laclls. Fresh paint.  New bathroom. $650.883-9446.  lv. msg. #48  Shared accomodation. Nice furnished room In lower Gibsons  mar beach.        886-9330.  597-3322  531-1417  J  bdrm waterlronl suite with  balcony, furnished, Pender Hirbour. $300. 883-9177,  883-2897. ft)  Rooms lot rent. Deny 1 wwkly  rales. Call Kim, 886-2957.   #48 24.  Coast News, November 26,1990  Shared accommodations. Furnished, 1 bdrm In tain. Gibsons. KM! $375 mo. S ft hydro.  886-7661 #48  Storage span 1500 sq. ft. with  2500 sq. ft. shed space. Phone  888-7799,885-3469. #49  Garage Lower Gibsons. Dry  storage $125/month. Arthur  885-9859. #48  2 bdrm., 2 lath, house. Garage,  horsebarn, etc. 6 appl. 7 min.  from Sechelt. $750 pw mo. plus  4181.886-7710. #48  1 bdrm. house. Gibsons area.  $650 per mo. Lise Wiggins,  '886-2277. #50  3 bdrm. home lor rent. Madeira  Park. 883-9110. #49  The Sunshlni Coast Cab Company will begin thUr new service  Dec. 1, Ihe Sunshine Coast  Courier Co. Tin same people,  with the service you know you  can trust. #48  Central Gibsons. 2 bdrm. house  avail. Ok. 1. $850 phil dip.  #48  Fum. 1 bdrm. suite, $400 per  mo. Reed Rd., Gibsons.  886-7261 #48  Very nice 2 bdrm. fully furnished  condo In upper Gibsons,  $800/mo. 886-8059. #48  Shared accom. ��� Madeira Park  area, no parly animals, single  parent welcome, $350.  883-2979. #50  3 bdrm. rancher, 5 appl.,  garage, fireplace, some view,  $750 plus security deposit.  886-8327. #50  Bachelor type accom., also suit  office or prof, services, quiet  women w/refs. 886-4584 or  886-3646. #48  Too busy to clean? Do laundry?  Shop for brownies? Experienced  help available, thorough and  reliable, all supplies Included,  hourly rates. Judy or Gordy  885-6235. #49  MINI STORAK  SSS-MS1  #49  35' trailer, upper Gibsons, rear  bdrm., 4 pc. bath, full kitchen,  furn. for rent or sale. 885-6064  eves. #49  Prolessional  MINI STORAGE  NIW Building 886-8828.  #49  Large 4 bdrm. house, lower Gibsons. 886-4724 alt. 5pm.    #48  Royal Retell MMI, Sechell Low  weekly rates. 885-7844.       #1  Room lor renl. Rural Rbts. Ck.  $150 per week, $500 per mo.  885-5734. #48  3 bdrm. lull bsmt., 4 blks to mall,  schools. NO DOGS. $700.  886-7054. #49  Gibsons spacious 3 bdrm, 2ft  baths, water view. Close to all  ammen. Avail, end of Dec.  298-5215. #48  Large 1 bdrm suite. Gibsons.  Centrally located. Avail, immed.  298-5215. #48  Spacious new 1 bdrm suite,  privale enlrance. View,  woodstove. $600.886-2332. #49  House in Halfmoon Bay. 2 bdrm,  sludy/den. Appl. Incl. Damage  dip. $900 per mo. Rental purchase considered. Avail. Dec. 5.  CHI collect. 947-0224.        #49  Davis Bay walerfronl, lurn. 2  bdrm house. N/S, no pels. Dec.  IS to June 30. $500 per mo.  1-988-5079. #49  3 bdrm exec, condo. 1600 sq.  It., privacy, deck, euro, kitchen,  garage. Gibsons. $950 mo. Avail.  Die. 1.885-5114. #49  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  We will  ��� Screen potential renters  ��� Oo moving-in Inspection  ��� Arrange for mainlenance i  repairs  ��� Collecl the renl & damage  deposit  ��� Disburse rent monies to  owner  ��� Do movlng-oul inspection  COMMERCIAL  SPACE FOR RENT  ��� 1400 sq. ft. of ideal  commercial/light  manufacturing space  ��� Central location  ��� Owner may renovate lor  office/showroom/  washrooms etc.  ���Great rental rate  Avm M ni hitswt im  ptMMM, and I* Juil i  pittM<ti, ill tin Prapirty  mwmsmm/mmn. cxpwi,  ei^^s  lawyer et  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Help Wanted  We are looking for an energetic.  bright and personable individual  lo perform reception dunes. You  must possess good communicative skills Hong with some  computer experience. Comp.  salary and full benefit pkge.  Please send resume to Box 2040.  Sechelt. BC. #48  Exp. linishing carpenter, shipwright or cabinet maker to finish  Interior ol 35 ft. F/G sailboat.  Flexible arrangements.  886-8076. #50  SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 48  (SUNSHINE COAST)  S0#46   is  accepting  applications  from  enthusiastic and dynamic educators to fill  the following:  Hall-Day Primary Teachers  (Kindergarten) ��� 2 positions:  .5 F.T.E. - at Cedar Grove Elementary School,  mornings  .5 F.T.E. - at Sechell Elementary School -  undecided as to a.m. or p.m.  These are temporary appointments to begin  January 7,1991 continuing until June 30,1991.  Applicants should have previous experience and  training at this level as well as a working  knowledge of the BC Primary Curriculum.  Applicants must also have a proven ability to  work in a team setting and be willing to Integrate  special education students into the classroom.  Resumes, including teaching reports, should be  forwarded to the undersigned by November 30,  1990.  Mr. Terry Corcoran  Director ol Personnel  School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast)  P.O. Box 220  Qlbsons, B.C. VON 1VO  FAX: 886-4652  Library clerk. Gibsons 8 Dislricl  Public Library, 16 hours per  week. Tuesday, Wednesday,  Thursday & Saturday, $7.50 per  hour. To commence January  1991. Duties Include processing  periodicals, book repair, filing.  assist with overdues, reserves,  displays 8 processing books,  musl be a flexible team worker  wilh aptitude lor detail. Prefer  library training and experience.  Applications to Gibsons 8 Dislricl  Public Library. Box 109, Gibsons,  BC VON 1V0. Deadline Dec. 8,  1990. #49  Assistant Coordinator for Ihe  Volunteer Action Centre  The assistant coordinator will  work in cooperation with Ihe  manager lo handle volunteer  registrations and all aspects of  volunteer referrals. The assistant  coordinator is also responsible lor  administering the Volunteer  Drivers Program. Knowledge and  Interest in volunteer work Is  necessary. Good public relations  skills are essential and a basic  knowledge ol computer programs  an asset. Please apply In writing  belore December 7th. 1990 to:  Volunteer Action Centre, P.O. Box  1069. Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0.  #48  DOOR PERSON  WAITRESS  BARTENDER  apply In person between  8 & 10 pm. Wed. lo Sal.  See Clint or Karl  Attention: Earn up to $800 per  week working at home. Hundreds  ol companies need your help.  Amazing recorded message  reveals details. 1-206-298-8075.  #50  Part time janitors, evening work.  Phone 885-2206. #48  Undercover Wear Women are  successful, earn $30-$50 per  hour. Easy, lots of fun 8 exciting.  Full or part-lime. Call Jeannie  483-9289. #48  Flexible hours In Ihe rig Irade.  Sales person required by upbeat  women's fashion cenlre (training  offered) Reply resume only, P.O  Box 1159, Gibsons, BC VON  IVO. #49  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Santa CImii - an you busy?  4 hrs. of your lime is needed  in the beginning ol Dec.  Mull M Wheels Service  needs a coordinator to start  In 1991. Approx. 50 hours  per month. Can be done  from own home. Honour-  arlum offered plus expenses.  Beeyclng Depot In GiblMi -  needs help with the overload  of goods in the initial period.  Adult Cm Fiddly In Gib-  mm - nMds help on Thurs.  with their lunch outing.  Assist people on the bus,  enjoy socializing t have a  good lunch.  S.C. MMM HUM Asm. ���  needs a secretary to attend  one meeling i month & do  minutes.  rtt than mm mn tmtt.  ttmtm, phiii cMtect Mi  Vtetmm Atum Ciiln it  Kilchen help, no experience bul  willing lo learn. Wan 885-9321.  #48  ALL RESUMES ARE NOT  CREATED EQUAL. CALL ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES.  885-5212. #48  Love animals? Position available  lor right person, will train, pel  supervisor. Please call 886-8659  or 980-7551. #48  Are you Interested  In working with  ��� Thi Marty  a The disabled  a Individuals S MM Ii  crisis In their homos?  (To find oul more aboutithi  Sunshine Coasl Home Support Society, please attend.  INFORMATION  SESSION  Thurs., Nov. 29  1:30-3:00 pm  S.C. Home Support Olfice  RSVP by neon Nov. 21  885-5144  Baker's helper wanted lor Saturday mornings. (Will train) Apply  In person. Henry's Bakery.   #49  RETIRED MEAT CUTTER wanled  1 or 2 days per week. Home  phone,  885-3604.   Work  IGA  Pender Harbour. 883-9100.   #50  29.  Business IL  Home Services  Experienced teacher will tutor  reading, math, English, elc.  886-9621. ,150  House Moving & Raising.  886-4903. #50  Renovations, additions, concrete,  roofing. 886-4903 eves.      #50  PEERLESS TREE  8EBVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured,  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  "The RMf Doctor"  Qualify  roofing  and  repairs.  Shake, shingle, deck, siding,  main!., sealing. Reasonable and  guaranteed. 885-4190.       #49  For all your carpentry needs, incl.  repairs, additions, framing or  finishing, call 885-6216 Reich  Construction Ltd. N.H.WP  Master Builder. #48  Timing i Writ* Pirty?||  Buffet. BBQ, A La Carte, relax  and enjoy your company. A taste  for the palate. For Ihe personal  louch, call In Hum Catering  885-3435. #48  Less than 6 weeks to Christmas!  Call now lor pro. cleaning Job.  Fast, reliable, reasonable.  885-6335 (message). #48  Nv-Uh FNnrglni cleaning and  polishing with the right products,  will renew the shine on your  fibreglass, tub 8 shower, free  estimates. 885-3360. Mt  JOHN DENNIS, CONTRACTOR.  New construction or renovation.  MS-MS*-      #52  Experienced prolessional commercial/residential interior  design consultant will do part  lime or contract work (space  Panning, design development,  working drawings, materials  specification, elc.) For architects,  contractors or Individual clients.  666-3071. m  29.  Business &  Home Services  Typing     sirvici     avail.  Manuscripts,   term  papers,  business letters, etc. 885-7604  #50  ei|w  video.   Siiimkli  ntii. j  UgMmMVUM.HS-1747. #50 I  Work Wanted  Child Car.  V>  H0(ne PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets .��.-  Upholstery iC%)  POWfRFUL THUCXMOUMED '�����  EQUIPMENT  BESI POSSIBLE RESULTS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE  886-3823  Need to sparkle up your home lor  Ihe holidays or clean up alter thai  big party? For reliable service  wilh references. 886-9621.  tSB  Trucking, excavating, land clearing, slump removal, septic  systems, drain fields, sand/  gravel/road mulch sales 4  deliveries. For prompt and  courteous service call Marty or  Shane 886-9764 or 685-2919.  #50  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Phone alt. 6pm.  886-7830. TFN  Carpentry; Renovations; Additions: Retaining walls; Patios;  Fiberglasslng. W.H.Y. Call Tom  866-7652. #51  Odd |obs. gutters cleaned, yard  word, minor elect. I plumbing,  no Job too small. Rick 885-9699.  #48  Carpenter available for renovations, additions and repairs,  relerences. Call Stewart  885-6140. #51  Interior Finishing  High  quality  work,  In  all  mediums. Call Edward Morris.  886-2340.  #49  SUNSHINE COAST  HOME SERVICES  Light duty cleaning persons  available lor complete In-home  cleaning. Experienced quality  service. References available.  Call 886-8714. #49  SANTA HAS ALLERGIES  Clean your house for Xmas  886-9531 #49  Construction labour, clean up,  whatever you need. No job too  small. Craig 885-6346.       #49  DO YOU NEED  Landscape maim., weedeating,  brush cutting, rubbish removal,  hedge trimming, window  washing, firewood. Skip's  Mainlenance Service. 885-2373.  #49  Handyman: Carpentry, drywall,  painling, gutter cleaning, concrete. No Job too snail. Alan,  886-8741. #49  Heating contractor relocated to  Coast seeks work. Experienced in  all aspects of residential and  commercial Mating and cooling  gas TO. Can handle whole Job or  part. Ron, 885-8181. i      #50  Will babysit In my home. Ws of  experience with children, daytime  or alter school In Rbts. Ck., no  younger than 3 yrs. old pietsa,  $15 a diy or $2.50 an hr.  885-5835. #48  Mother of 2 will babysit Monday  to Friday In her homa. Mlckle  886-3382. #49  Care In our home. Age 9 mo. - 6  yrs. 886-2227. #48  Experienced Phlllppino nanny  avail. Dec. 1 tor llve-ln/oul  duties, 1st aid, rels. Ana  925-9257 or mess, at 885-6277.  885-3357. MB  Wanled, part-lime daycare for 1  yr. old boy. Marjorle, 885-4887,  after 7 pm. m  Molly Mouse Daycare spaces  available. 18 months to school  age. Fun filled caring environment with ECE certified staff.  #3*  Available - experienced live-in/  oul nanny. N/S, N/D, references, first aid, ECE training. Carrie  941-3334. #50  32.  Business  Opportunities  Oyster larm for sale, longllne  lease in Sechelt Inlet. For Info call  George 876-1408 or Ron  228-9531. #49  Start now - Local Amway  distributor offers opportunity for  good earnings. You pick Ihe  hours, we assist you. For appointment call 885-7144 or  886-9479. #60  Wanted:  $15,000  Investment  return  14.5%  nterest/5  months/securec  Call  883-297'  .  #49  Laundromat lor sale. Write to  Box 366, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  Phone 886-7611 days,  886-8268 eves. #50  Christmas  cheer.  COAST NEWS  Photo  Reprints  5X7       *9����  ���8X10    ,1200  >:���- .-. - -  Hmt IntoriMten meeting lor Wilson Creek Plaza, located at Field Rd. & Hwy.  101 (the old Homestead site), Thurs., Dec. 6. 7 pm, at the Bella Beach Motel.  Collee will be served. Interested parties are welcome to attend.  Planned Parenthood Birth Central CHie Thursdays, 7-9 pm at tha Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit, Gibsons. No appointment necessary.  Sunihlne Coait Friends if ScNnphrenlci will show an upbeat video tape Getting to Well', at regular meeting Mon., Nov. 26 al 7:30 pm al Coast Garibaldi  Health Clinic, Gibsons. Everyone welcome.  UCW Annual Holy Tn S tour Sat., Dec. 1 from 2-3:30 pm at Gibsons United  Church hall, Glasslord Rd., Tea: adults $2.50, children $1.  Sunihlne Coin Mule Society presents Yulelide Interlude wilh the Soundwaves  Chorus t, Orchestra, Dec. 7 and 8 at 8 pm, and Dec. 9 at 2 pm al Sechelt Elementary gym. Tickets $10, members $8 at Wishful Thinking, Linnadlnes Shoes,  Seaview Market and Talewind Books.  "Two Nlghti SUm ChrtitiMi" a Christmas Musical lor Children, Dec. 16 it 7  pm al Christian Lile Assembly, 730 School Rd. - across Irom RCMP. Everyone  welcome!  RNASC Dinner Muting On. 6, at 6:30 pm al local reslauranl. Gum speaker  from Planned Parenthood. For more Information call Valerie Morrison 883-2379.  BO Tien Centre ActtVhm Dec. t - Videos; Dec, 8 - Music Nighl; Dec. 15 - Art  Workshop; Oec. 29. Games night & "Swap your tackiest Christmas gift night!''  See you al Ihe Marine Room, 7 pm -11 pm.  PW Natal Clin will be held Dec. 11,7-9 pm, Gibsons Public Health Unit. For Inlo Jeanette McBain 885-7777  SaclM Priichoof invites you lo an OPEN HOUSE at Ihe preschool on Barnacle  SI.. Sal.. Dec. 15 Irom 11am 10 1pm.  UFAWU Charity Herring Sale Madeira Park Dock. Dec. 1 from 9am to 4pm.  Public InlormitkHi Meeting tor Wilson Creek Plata located Field Rd. S Hwy. 101  Ihe old Homestead. Dec. 6 at 7 pm al the Bella .Beach Hotel, collee will be serviced. Interested parties are welcome to attend.  Sunihlne Coait Women S Splnmn SwH regular meeting, Monday, December  5, 7:30 pm, 718 Franklin Rd., Gibsons. Guests welcome.  Remember,  it's their home too!  Forests... 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Editor  Watching television with my  children I was very disturbed by  the number of commerrcials  which flog war toys.  "War toys are all playthings  which .are used to solve conflict,  gain power, or win through  violence, and which aim to  wound or kill". (Swedish Play  Council).  These toys teach children to  accept a militarized world that  praises and awards violence and  pretends that pwple don't suffer in a war. This Christmas  there will be hungry children in  war torn countries all over the  world.  As a parent, remember that  peacemaking begins at home.  "Real" toys help children to  learn new things like riding a  bike or playing on the computer. "Real" toys help  children to play together by  Killam chided  EdHor'i Note: A copy of the  following   was   received   for  An  open  later  to   Hayden  Killam  As a member of this community I find your ongoing and  most recent antics (ie., drilling  on Gospel Rock) both childish  and inappropriate. It is unfortunate that our community  must continue to indulge,  through unfavourable press, an  overindulgent personality. Your  utter disregard for the relationship many people on the Sunshine Coast have developed  with the promontory at Gospel  Rock, is clear evidence of the  boyish arrogance that you  mysteriously And refuge in.  Nobody is questioning the  ownership and status of Gospel  Rock���only the civility, motives  and compassion of its owner.  Grow up Hayden. This  decade has ushered in a new  resolve for community-based  decision making and, like it or  not, you are a member of the  community. Shouldn't you  think about acting like one?  Property development requires  responsibility and professionalism. It is not a business  for little boys with big grudges.  Tim Turner  Any woy you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  **    ��     9     ���>    �����    *  r*>  mabketMET  GST?  THIS WEEK  v  YOUASKED I  THE GST  CONSUMER  INFORMATION  OFFICE.  Q: I'm thinking of buying a new car in 1991.  How wiU the proposed GST affect prices?  A: The outgoing Federal Sales Tax (FST) is  now part of the price of new cars. So, while  they will be fully taxed at 7% in 1991,  the expected effect of replacing the FST  with the GST on the average $22,000  mid'size car is a reduction of around $850.  Q: My son has figured out it wiU cost $500 in  lumber to build a dock at our cottage if he  bought it now. How much will that lumber  cost with the proposed GST?  A: You can expect to pay about $512 for  that same amount of lumber for personal  use based solely on the changeover from  the FST to the GST.  Q: I know the proposed GST won't apply to city  bus fares but I take the commuter train to work.  WiU I have to pay GST?  A: No. Daily commuter trains are considered  a municipal transit service, so fores are  exempt from GST.  We're here to answer your questions about how the  GST will affect prices. Call us toll-free Monday  to Friday 9am-9pm. Ask for your free copy of the  "Consumer's Guide to the GST and Prices!'  The answer Is to call  your GST Consumer Information Office.  1-800-668-2122  Hearing Impaired 1-800-465-7735  l+l     Government otCmida    Gouvirnimenl du Canada  CanadS  sharing, cooperating, solving  problems and appreciating each  other.  Often the best gift we can  give our children is our own  time to play, teach and learn  new things with them.  When we search carefully we  will lie surprised at the alternative toys available. We are  fortunate to have our local toy  shop, Pastimes, carrying cooperative   board   names,   en-  Thank you, Nikki  vironmental card games, craft  materials and other challenging  toys for children.  Getting rid of war toys may  help get rid of wars! The Sunshine Coast Peace Committee  has "War Toys Free Zone"  stickers  to  mark   war  toys  boycott week. They will be  available   for  free  at  the  Christmas Arts and Crafts Fair.  Demise Lagasse  Sunshine Coast Peace  Committee  GIBSONS SCOUTS ANNUAL  'Christmas Tree Sale  Dec. 7, 8, 9 & Dec 15, 16  Northweest comer of Sunnycrest Mall  /  ��� ''.W  \\\  ��l��!��!��!��!��^^^��^��?^^^  I  Editor:  It would seem remiss at this  time to pass the opportunity of  commenting on the musical  content and local talent  presented to a full house audience by Nikki Weber at the  Seniors' Hall on the evening of  November 18.  For a small community, each  new semi-annual concert  features new faces and new  talents along with the older  standbys. This year featured for  the first time were Mishka  Vavrik, Flor Stegeman,  Maureen Corbin, Margaret  Humm and Brian Arbisson.  Other individual artists peer-  forming included Walter James,  Alice Horsman, Kevin Onclin,  Arline Collins, George Cavalier,  Kevin Cohen, Ronnie Dunn,  Floyd Carmen and Nikki Weber  herself.  Coupled with the group  presentations by the 69ers, The  Barbery Coasters, the Semi-  Tones and Point Blank and the  Rolling Tones, a most impressive and enjoyable musical  evening resulted.  Proceeds of the concert were  a benefit for the new Branch 69  activity centre which is in the  process of re-planning on a  reduced scale for the Trail  Avenue property.  The performance will be  repeated in Gibsons on November 23, with proceeds allocated  to the Gibsons Branch of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary who  have handled ticket sales for the  event.  Larry Grafton  Gibsons questions  Editor:  Is there something wrong in  the state of Gibsons?  How did it happen that officials representing the Town of  Gibsons did nothing to stop it  for three hours while a blasting  crew worked to demolish  Gospel Rock?  Why was it left to citizens to  get a lawyer from Vancouver  before the legal stop work order  was considered and how come it  took staff another two hours  before that stop work order was  delivered on site?  With the lower lookout at  Gospel Rock under a death  sentence, timing was emy-  tiling!  L.J. Smith  Elves Club Telethon  LIVE  on Coast Cable 11  Saturday, Oec. 1  2:00 pm - 10:00 pm  don't miss it!!  Iu��A��1��1��1��1��1��I��1��1'  J   TO THE VOTERS  OF AREA 'A'  Thank you for the renewed trust  you have placed in me.  1 will not  let you down.  Gordon  Wilson  DIRECTOR, AREA 'A'  A picture is worth...  CUSTOM  ENLARGEMENTS  The Ideal Christmas gift  Colour: 5x7 up to 20x24  VOLUME HATES on all custom  colour photo orders from same  negative  Black & White: 3>/ix5 up to  16x20  ORDER EARLY  One year old, 1600 sq. ft. front-to-back split in Sechelt, 3  bedrooms, 2 full baths, family room, dining room, large  deck off master.  $114,900 - 5805 Trail Avenue  885-3865  We. will In- ClOSfl) THURS  NOV  To provide you with even better service,  we have extended our hours from now 'til Christmas  MON. - SAT., 10 am ��� 5:30 pm  E. & E. Photography Lab  287 Gower Point Rd., Gibsons 886-4586  ?'��i*ite M, '-A;  :' ���:: -M* I if *  BULLETIN BOARD  ���% otf  1  W  ���S��mv^?^^^x5vSeBi3vv^?      <-i'.- '^tStit ''���'*.���& K-s-1T^  Upcoming Meetings ���  A  Inaugural Board Meeting  Thursday, December 6 at 4:30 pm  Regular Board Meeting  Thursday, December 6, 7:30 pm  'tt!  S.  ATTENTION  Residents Using  Regional Garbage Collection  The Regional District will be enforcing the Garbage Collection and Disposal By-law No. 22 which  states:  "Every owner or occupier of premises shall  provide sufficient containers in which to  deposit garbage and permit the same to be  collected and  disposed of.  The said  containers shall  be of standard size  (approximately 16x22) and shall be of tha  type manufactured  from  light weight  galvanized sheeting or heavy plastic with  close fitting lid as sold In retail outlets as  garbage cans." fj^l, - W V  Please be advised  that garbage In  plastic bags will no  longer be picked up  ^iummmmammaamr  LOGS FOR SALE  Approximately 35 cubic meters of decked timber  is for sale in the Soames Point area. Removal of  the logs from the corner of Ruffum Road and  Sentinel Lane will be at the successful bidder's  expense.  The closing data lor all bids will be Friday,  December 7,1990 at 2:00 pm.  ���V  1  m  m  ���>:���:  ���������������YtVtYtYfrVrffi Vi' i i  s2��  Pender Harbour  Aquatic & Fitness Centre  883-2612  CPR Level "C"        gmmm  Sunday, December 8/90 V  9 to 5 pm - $35.00      ^  After School Swim T/Th/F  starting Nov. 27/90  3:30 to 5:30 pm  Child $1.25  Teens $2.00  Adult $2.25  ���:���:���.-:���% '���������i|.'- .M.-.-.'.'.'J ���'���  V1 .'.v-Tjl-.'  ��****��*& 26.  Coast News, November 26,1990  One coastal dispatcher  High tech for firemen  by Rm Nichohoe  A new high tech communications system that would allow  calls to all the voluntwr Tire  departments on the Coast to be  handled through one dispatcher  was considered by Regional  District Directors at the  November 8 board meeting.  In a lengthy presentation, Jim  MacDonnell of Motorola de-  Guess Where  The usual prize of $5 will lie awarded to the first correct entry  drawn which locates the above. Send your entries to reach the  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday of this week. Last  week's winner was Lesley Stoochnoff of Roberts Creek who correctly identified the rock at the top of Marlene Road In Roberts  Creek.  McPhee retiree  Sechelt's man In charge of Emergency Preparedness, Art  McPhee, has announced Ids intention to retire as of  December 31,1990 after 15 yean with the towa.  The announcetnen t was made by Alderman Rotwrt Wlbon  daring the regular council meeting November 21. "Art did a  yeoman's Job," the alderman noted in a heart-felt tribute, going on to ask for a letter from Mayor Meredith on behalf of  the council citing McPhee's laudatory work over the years.  Alderman Michael Shanks added to this request one of his  own ��� that McPhee lie awarded with a plaque. Both tributes  were approved unanimously.  Beat evening  Ray Manzarek, seminal keyboardist for The Doors, aad  Beat Pod Michael McOnre, will appear ia concert together  at Vancouver's Commodore on Sunday, December 2,1990 at  la.  Billed aa "...a night of Beat poetry and dance", Manzarek  aad McChire will be presenting an eclectic fusion of poetry  and music similar to shows the two have given sporadically  ovw the part couple of yean.  Entitled "Scratching the Beat Surface", the evening will  also feature the Crazy Fingers Band and the musical juggling  antics of (downs) Txi Whizz and Ross .Barrett.  scribed the advantages of such a  system for directors and  volunteer firemen from all the  fire districts.  The system would integrate  the regular telephone system  with a radio communication  network which would allow  contact via pagers between  firemen and the dispatcher, and  between firemen in different  districts. To do this, MacDonnell recommends that all fire  departments switch to frequency 710 presently used by  Roberts Creek, Halfmoon Bay  and Pender Harbour.  Another feature of the system  would be the logging of all calls,  which would be an advantage in  tracing calls and a help in any  subsequent legal investigative  procedures.  When asked what would happen if there was a power failure  or the phone lines were knocked  out, MacDonnell said that he  would recommend a backup  power source which would  automatically convert the whole  system to a radio operated  mode and keep the communication intact.  MacDonnell estimates that  the bottom line cost of the  system (not including a source  of backup power) would be  $134,000. Directors referred the  matter to the finance committee  for further consideration.  sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssa  \Jhank  to all who supported  me in the election  for Alderman  ��� Town of Gibsons  Walter Bradshaw  t%%0&  DECEMBER  ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING  Wed., Nov. 28, 7:30 - Burke Block  VOLLEYBALL - Tuesdays al Gibsons Elementary Irom  6:30 ��� 8:30 'til Dec. 11  TEEN DROP IN - From 7-11 In the Marine Room  (below tbe library)  Dec.  1 ��� Videos  Dw. S - Coffee House  Die. IS - Christmas Gilts (crafts)  Dec. 21 ��� Exchange worst gift  Donations will be gladly accepted for these drug and alcohol  Iree events. Pop. collee and snacks will be available at Ihe  Marine Room events.  \ ��"��../'  GIBSONS MOTOR INN  J& and the  Haid-A-Way  Restaurant  Opening Saturday,  December 1  Reserve your  Christmas Party nowl  ���FEATURING:  ��� 52 ROOMS with Room Service  ��� SATELLITE TV & CABLE in every room  ��� EXERCISE ROOM - with Universal Weight  equipment, sauna and hot tub  ��� INDOOR HEATED POOL  TWO EXECUTIVE/HONEYMOON  SUITES  Haid-A-Way Restaurant  Fireplace in each suite  Full catering available  Dry or wet bar  Jacuzzi in each suite  -Now accepting bookings for Banquets and Conventions-  MOTOR INN  FULLY LICENSED FAMILY DINING  "With a little bit of everything"  Dinner Reservations: 886-4501  OPEN DAILY  6 AM -10 PM  100 Seat Banquet Room  Fully equipped with Audio Visual equipment  Specially decorated on request  Dance floor suitable for Big Bands or DJ's  FULL CATERING FACILITIES  We will bake and decorate your  Birthday or Anniversary Cake  WEDDINGS A SPECIALTY  ROOM RESERVATIONS  886-4638  Waterfall Courtyard  With Gazebo - available for  fully catered summer parties  "The Loon" GIFT SHOP  Featuring Moule Fashions,  jewellery, swim wear, and  a selection of fine gifts  ���GIBSONS MOTOR IN  on Hwy. 101 at Park Road  RESERVE your Christmas &  New Year's Parties Nowl  Croups from 10 to 100 enjoy the availability of  full catering services, wet bar & bartender,  decoration done to your theme.  CALL NOW! 886-4638  HAID-A-WAY RESTAURANT  886-4501  ������  ��� i.-matanav-^^ ..---.-;������ ���������.jmjttZzX!.?--.***!.,--i^rweSTK-a^cssSESESa;ri'.-ian-j,-j.-iaaaa-iji-.

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