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 ��t��it->g  U-*�� Harbour  :.      886-2268  I  >lume  -45  Issue 45  ^alactn  recommend the proposal  nments and that the SCRD  wading  to the recommenda-  r    raising taxes   15 cents per  too    high    for  the   commis-  d    *>>-    the   SCRD  that  the  the-    need   for  future tax  comxnission   would  be set  arts  would join later,  hat    the   Town   would have  the-  commission.  yellowish    white,   pro-  ��o    smell    in   its   making  remarkably   clean", says  Sound    Pulp   and   Paper  trax     Bill    Hughes.   He  is  about  the   1 800 tonnes of  -free    softwood   pulp  .^     produced   at   HSPP in  lion.  lded    as   the   first  of its  l�� ��J e     in    rviorth   America,  on    its   way   to  Ger-  o the refinability  -ces.s��ary   to   establish  a  ��_*-Wei    for the commodity,  tol��J  the CToast Kews.  have    sent    trial   lots  to  jaaper   mills   in  Germany  Lability    tests  -we can't do  said.'"And then we can  il i     kind   of   market   there  les   adds   that   it   will take  ���ax\   capital   and more than  -w-orK.    to   convert   HSPP  roduction.  1      -v^e     will    only   do  that  e     s*rrs    certain   we   can  high    quality    product  itly .   and   sell   it  at a rea-  p��r i c e . **  veek-long   trial   run  cost  i mi ted.   jointly    owned  -*i-    Corporation   and  Oji  ��.     Ltd..   Sl    million and  "ii-?it   step  in determining  ibility    of   producing   a  TO  PAGE XHREE  - ���  ,������, -^ Coast News, November 11, 1991  news  This poster circulated by Egmont residents is to serve as an 'action plan' in the event Terminal Forest  Products proceeds with the spraying of the herbicide Vision in the Dorston area overlooking Sechelt.  Terminal Forest Products has said it will use the herbicide sometime this winter to control vegetation  growth on a .16 acre cut block. They intend to use the cut and daub technique, not areal spraying.  Chief among the Egmont residents concerns is for their water supply which they feel could be  contaminated by Vision use.  Vision spraying protest  planned for Dorston area 1  by Jim Sayd  A group of concerned  Egmont residents is once again  marshalling forces to fight the  application of the herbicide  Vision near the communily of  Doriston.  Temiinal Forest Products has  a permit to use Vision, also  known as Round-Up, for clearing of maple from its cutblock  north of Doriston, which overlooks Sechelt Inlet, just south of  Skookumchuck Narrows.  In total, 36 hectares in two  separate areas are scheduled for  treatment using a method of individual cutting and manual application of the herbicide.  Terminal Administrative  Forester John Clark said the  herbicide application could  begin anytime during the winter, although he didn't have a  definite start-up dale.  Earlier plans for aerial spraying were abandoned by Terminal when residents protested.  But Lynn and Martin Mees,  who are involved with the  group of around 40 concerned  Egniottl residents, say people  are still worried about the possible effects of using Vision in  the area.  "Il's the same chemical. Il's  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  NO WORRIES  MATE  Leave your cares at home with us.  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But local residents are not  convinced the herbicide won't  eventually end up in Ihe water.  "It all flows downhill," said  Martin Mees.  The active ingredient in  Vision is the chemical  glyphosate which, according to  Agriculture Canada, has been  proven safe, with a 'low toxicity' lo wildlife.  Local groups are worried  aliout its 'inert' ingredients - including spreading agents - that  are not tested by the government. They say studies on the  long-term effects of Vision, including both the active and inert  ingredients, have not been conducted.  Tliere is an informal network  of people on the Coast opposed  to the use of Vision who are  giving support lo the group  from Egmont and are "more  than willing to come out at the  ring of a phone".  The group has no specific  plan of action, but Martin Mees  said if Clarke gives the go-  ahead for herbicide application,  "we'll be there to talk to him  ahoul il."  Park  status  sought  THIS WEEKS SPECIALS  AT ANDY'S  MONDAY  DINNER SPECIAL  $8.95  with appetizer  $10.95  TUESDAY  PIZZA TO GO  Order any size and  receive FREE a salami &  green pepper same size  Ham- 10pm  WEDNESDAY  PRIME RIB  NIGHT  3 - 10pm  THURSDAY  PASTA 10% OFF  All entrees:  Substitute lasagna  or Spaghetti FREE  Members of the Outdoor  Recreation Advisory Committee  (ORAC) would like to see the  area around Trout Lake and a  nearby section of old growth  foresl preserved as parkland.  Barry Janyk, a member of  the sub-committee looking into  possibilities for the proposed  parks, told the group about  Muryn Lake Park on Ihe Sea to  Sky Highway which could serve  as a model for a park at Trout  Lake.  He suggested a multi-ministry system of management  involving the Regional District  and the Ministries of Parks,  Highways and Forestry.  "lt wouldn't require a lot of  money," he said. "It probably  wouldn't lake more than $2000  to $3000 a year for maintenance."  A remnant of old growth fir  al the eastern end of the lake  has been the subject of another  park proposal, and ORAC  members suggested the two  areas could be combined into a  single park.  Because of a fire in Ihe early  years of the century, the 67 old  trees were never logged and the  area is one of the finest examples of old growth on the Coast,  with one specimen having a  diameter of eight feet, three  inches and a height of over 215  feet.  Rob Rebaniad, Parks Supervisor for the Ministry of  Forests, said the area lends itself  well to development and could  be developed as a wheel chair  accessible park.  SUNDAY  BUFFET BRUNCH  Adults $8.95 ��� Children $5.95  Seniors $8 00  1 lain - 2:30pm  Z tamoy's  SYLVIA  i4*  Make the Sylvia part  of your Vancouver adventure...  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Chlorine bleaching creates  highly polluting organochlo-  rines as a by-product, the elimination of which is the focus of a  concerted Greenpeace campaign. The high toxicity of two  such organochlorines, dioxins  and furans, was established in  the tnid-80's and eventuated in  the closure of the fishing industry in much of the area several  years ago.  HSPP is in the final stages of  a $1.3 billion modernization  and expansion project and has  the lowest levels of organochlorines in its effluent of any mill  in BC, but it is not enough.  "Consumers in Europe are  pressuring paper companies to  declare their paper completely  chlorine-free," Hughes said.  A new federal government  report warns that three-quarters  of Canada's chlorine-consuming pulp mills are dumping fish-  lethal wastes directly into this  country's rivers and seas, and  the federal study led the government to declare effluent from  pulp mills using chlorine a toxic  substance under the Canadian  Environmental Protection Act.  In a background paper to the  original report, however, the  government states it will seek  controls on only two of the hundreds of organochlorines found  in pulp mill effluent - dioxins  and furans. Which organochlorines make the discharges toxic  to fish has not been established  and therefore Environment  Canada says it will not seek an  outright ban on the chlorine  bleaching process.  SALE  15%  OFF  Sale Ends Nov. 16th  All  Shower Curtains -L ,-�����, -  Fieldcrest Popularity '^t  Rath Rugs     \L%tfC)  & Towels       igNv /  sa: ;  5670 Cowrie St. Sechelt - 885-4893    ���  Mon. ��� Sat  10:00am - 5:00*m'\\   ��A  t \\K*),1;.  '  V3U l-���    ,"   vaO  ;>>,; \ MON ��� S��T  10:00��M - 5:00PM'.\\    ���.<���'  HSPP president Bill Hughes is filmed by a German TV crew on Thursday as part of a documentary on  ���he modernization of the Port Mellon mill. The documentary is planned for a German television news  magazine series. Joel Johnstone photo  Greenpeace disagrees with  this evaluation and is pressuring  the New Democratic government in BC to impose a deadline for "zero discharges" from  the province's pulp mills. The  environmental group alleges  that now, along with damage to  Howe Sound shellfish, lesions  and other deformities have been  found in the gills and livers of  bottom-dwelling English sole.  Greenpeace's pulp and paper  campaigner, Lynn Jamieson,  says only zero discharge would  allow toxic levels in the Sound  to decrease, so the group tentatively acknowledged HSPP's  test efforts on eliminating chlorine in its bleaching process  with encouragement.  In a Nov. 2 report in The  Vancouver Sun, David Peerla,  national forest campaigner for  Greenpeace Canada, said the  testing shows the company  believes the potential for a significant market shift is strong,  something Greenpeace has been  encouraging for 10 years.  But there was a certain mild  euphoria among the HSPP mill  workers involved in the testing  of the new chlorine-free bleaching process. In spite of several  back ups and spills on the washer during the testing, for example, there was a welcomed lack  of the usual smell of chlorine.  "lt just smells so good in  here," one worker remarked.  And propped up in the corner of a control room was an  inflated skeleton with a sign  around its jieck reading: "Good;  bye Chlorine". .       mm  Downtown Sechelt businesses  say no to core security patrols  by Ann Kenhiw  The Sechell Chamber of  Commerce survey concerning  the problem of break-ins and  vandalism was conducted on  Oct. 29 and 30.  One hundred businesses  located in the Sechelt downtown core were identified and  asked whether they supported  the hiring of an independent  security firm to patrol the  downtown core for six hours,  four nights a week. The cost to  each business (if they all participated) was $ 145 per annum.  The results of the survey  . were: 51 in favour; 45 against;  34 not responding. Many of the  businesses who did not respond  were either moving out of the  downtown core or the owner  was unavailable to complete the  survey.  The survey provided some  constructive comments as to  whether four nights a week  would be adequate security. The  chamber proposed this as a minimum coverage and additional  patrols would have been considered based on the final support  of the project.  Since a program of this type  must have a strong majority of  support to be cost effective and  fair to all parties concerned, the  chamber has decided to accept  the decision of the downtown  merchants and not pursue this  issue.  SPRINGMAID,  TOWELS  1'i'hi  HAND-BATH-FACE   UJ.'  oro/  \  Lj/Oon  -THE-  DREAM SHOPPE  Bayside Building, Sechelt , ^  ! -885-1965��� ���  Under Construction and  OPENING SOON  Join...  ��� SEARS* IGA Plus*  ��� WOOLWORTHS ���  ���ATLAS OFFICE SUPPLIES  ���BERNADETTE'S GALLERIES  ���SUNSHINE COAST INSURANCE  ��� FRONTRUNNERS adwi.io��� ���tt,.h b., Spotl.  For Leasing Information  1-876-3199  "That was a Halloween  stunt!" Hughes said with a  laugh.  When contacted by the Coast  News, environmentalist Terry  Jacks was not enthusiastic about  the testing however.  Calling it all a "publicity  stunt", Jacks said, "I'll applaud  and throw them (HSPP) a party  when they stop using chlorine  completely and they stop polluting our water and air."  MacMillan Bloedel Ltd., the  recent recipient of a $45 million  cooperative agreement with the  federal government, says it  hopes to devote some of these  new research and development  funds to "new bleaching processes that don't rely on chlorine or chlorine-dioxide as the  main bleaching agents."  atlas  OFFICE SOLUTIONS LTD.  5511 Wharf St.,  Phone 885-4489        Sechelt Fax 885-4696  .L<t\  Christmas is Coming . .  \r�� And Smart Suntas  Shop The Classified Ads.  *>5^t^*'K)    Gibsons: 886-2622     Sechell: 885-3930  mm  Sechelt    <  g|l Fire Place Ltd.  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PRODUCTS (Environmental  Protection Agency) ���  \isii Our Showroom X Wiireliousc  Sechelt Hre Place Ltd.  tm ��� ��� i aa^g^tga^i  * at  nmtmam*  ur-   ��� ��� - ���  ������ -a, *������*** at af at ***.���*.���'*���'*<* 4        Coast News, November 11, 1991  opinion  Have we learned  any lessons from  western history?  It has been a significant number of years now since a  person of conscience referred to another of a different  nice by his or her colour. 'lite days of Ihe pigeonlioling-  terms of black, brown, yellow and red have thankfully  passed - except, it appears, when it conies to so-called  "white men". On the eve of Christopher Columbus' quin-  centennial, the term "white men" is now bandied aliout  with the same zealotisness and derision inherent in classic  racism. And il .sounds just as tasteless.  This week our MP Raymond Skelly addressed the  House of Commons with a recounting of a "tale of death  and destruction". He was referring to the Sir Alexander  MacKenzie Bicentennial Expedition whicli will attempt to  reach Bella Coola in June of 1993. This event will commemorate the first recorded crossing of the North American continent by a European and is supported by such  prominent Canadians as the Honourable John Fraser,  Pierre Berton and Peter C. Newman.  "Tlte white men who followed MacKenzie brought disease, alcohol and fire-arms. They stole Indian land, Indian  resources and artifacts. They destroyed the Indian sociely  and the Indian people," stated Skelly. "From you, (Fraser)  and from the other two honourable patrons of the Alexander MacKenzie Bicentennial, the people of Bella Coola  would like to know what tliere is to celebrate about genocide?"  There is absolutely nothing to celebrate about genocide  and there is no argument against the effects of European  expansion. However, man's inhumanity to man has heen,  and is, universal and cannot be ascribed to one particular  expansionist wave, or to the dominance of one particular  racial group over another in history.  And while Euro-centricity in the New World, particularly in the European perspective of the Renaissance period and in the subsequent writing of history is hardly laudable, one must question the validity of condemnation of  the present day "white" North American because of the  actions of his or her ancestors. North America was not an  Utopia before Columbus, nor was it a peaceful Eden.,  , No one will argue that the early North American lived  more harmoniously with the natural world hut it is known  that many of the various tribes were no kinder to each  other, and possessed the same horrors of slavery, warfare  and genocidal tendency as many of the various tribes of  Europe, Asia, and the rest of the world. We're kidding  ourselves if we Ihink otherwise.  Superior technology conquered this continent and subdued its nature. Contagious disease went a long way in  decimating its human population. (The present-day AIDS  virus originated on the African continent ��� do we blame  "black men" for its spread? )  The true issue at hand here i.s whether or not we, collectively, as North Americans have learned anything from  history and the lessons it teaches. We are the prmlucts of  our cultures and our times, but we are also capable of  righting wrongs and perceiving right actions.  This is a very small boat we are all rocking in ��� this  planet ��� and the time is at hand when the blame or  recrimination over another person's colour or ancestry is a  waste of time ��� be it black, brown, red, yellow or white.  The energies we have would be better spent working  together.  letters  Ode born from  unity frustration  I would like to submit my  opionion in poetic format. This  ode comes from my frustration  at all the political 'plea bargaining' going on between Ottawa  and Quebec.  Absolute Power Corrupts  Quebec's beam lights up Ihe  mote in Yankee eyes  Illuminated by the pristine  walets of James Bay  While rotting peat gas  inflates the Great Whale  And hydro's power-biokeis |  shine the Big Apple , fs.  Cooked dioxide accords t  pierce Ihe ozone shield J  As constitutional smiths  forge a distince deal  The Cree heritage is  arraigned for party grist  By a P.M. persuading the  U.N. on human rights.  Is this political deceit the last  twisted spike  That links our distrust from  sea to shining sea  Can't we the People shake  hands on equal rights  Recant archaic dogma and  revive confederation?  IAN MclNNES  Less well known  pollution threat  You recently did a front page  write-up of a public panel - scientists, politicians and public  show alarm and want to work  out action plans that will rescue  Howe Sound from pollution.  There is another hulking pollution threat that's less known.  The Gulf of Georgia and all  lands around it are vulnerable,  and have been for 20 years, to  radioactive contamination from  nearby nuclear reactors. The  reactors come and go to the  weapons testing area between  us and Nanoose Bay. They  power U.S. Navy subs and  ships. They also carry nuclear  weapons, quite accident prone  according to official records.  Here are some quotes from  your front page article which  apply to the urgent problem of  Howe Sound, all right, bul just  as much lo nuclear hazard:  "... very little monitoring is  going on right now.."  "... we seem to feel a lack of  local control of our environment."  "|We nced| planning for a  new way of integrating the  environment with the economy."  Our group's recommendations to Ihe regional district  were well received. But more of  the public needs to express concern. Wc will be glad to furnish  information to anyone about the  extent and nature of radiation  safely hazards here.  IRIS (Jkll111H  Wildlife centre  needs support  The Sunshine Coasl Wildlife  Rehabilitation Centre has been  in operation now for live years;  a year and a half of that at the  new facility at 5783 Trout Lake  Road. This is the Conner site of  the Halfmoon Bay Elementary  School. The SCWRC leased the  building and grounds from the  SC School Board on a year-to-  year basis.  The Centre was lucky  enough to have a Section 25  grant through UIC lasl year, and  two private foundation grants.  Since that time, however, the  Centre has relied strictly on  donations and my own money.  An average of 160 plus bitds  and animals go through the  lacilily each year, and the number is rising.  The ongoing maintenance  and bills have been piling up  and the Cenlre is continually  faced with the problem of running with ils head above waler.  Memberships are now available for a nominal $10 a year.  Donations by way of feed,  monies and/or labour are very  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  much appreciated.  For mote information, please  contact Box 1384 Sechelt, or  885 5997.  JOANNE DICKKNSON  We can't afford  political junkies  Your editorial "Canada  Can't Afford Parlies" (Coast  News. Nov. 4) was very much  to Ihe point, I'd like to add: nor  can we afford junkets by politicians at taxpayers' expense to  parties at home or abroad.  In the same context, I was  unimpressed by Gibsons alder-1*  men's failure lo second Margaret Morrison's motion to  lower per diem allowances for  municipal representatives. At  least they could have put the  motion on the table - the discussion may have been enlightening.  Some years ago 1 served as a  director of the Broadcasting  League, an Ottawa-based citizen's lobby group funded in  part by government grants, llie  Broadcasting League's policy  regarding food and lodging  allowances while in Ottawa was  based on the going tale at the  "Y".  llie same for meals - the  allowance covered simple, basic  fare. If we wanted lo wine and  dine, that was up io us. No one  complained - we felt il was the  responsible way to spend public  money.  I would like to recommend  this policy to councils, tegional  boards, school boards - in fact,  to any organization which  spends tnxpayeis' money.  MARYANNT. WEST  In memory of the day when the 'enemy' wasn't there  by Frank Full*  November 11 always brings memories to mind  of comrades who died fighting the enemy. Bul my  saddest and bitterest memories arc of the American and Canadian soldiers who hit the rocky  beaches of Kiska in the Aleutians on August 15,  1943, only to find that the enemy wasn't there ���  and who died fighting each other.  The general and admirals knew that 5000  Japanese - just a few days before - had slipped out  of their Kiska base after luring the US fleet away  from the harbour entrance. The brass had just  neglected lo inform their own troops for reasons  known only to themselves.  The night before the planned attack, those of us  at the US 11th Air Force Bird Cape weather outpost at the western end of Amchitka Island had  watched the invasion fleet mass hundreds of trans-  guest column  ports and warships off our little outpost.  Unable lo describe what I saw because of censorship, I wrote to my girlfriend Doris in such a  way that I would always remember thai day:  "Last evening three of us walked out to loll on  the grass tundra at the edge of giant cliffs overlooking Ihe sea. Above us were high overcast  clouds with Ihin breaks in Iheir continuity.  "Below Ihe upper layer were a few scattered  cumulus clouds with great billowing tops rising up  to 20,000 feet. Behind these portals the sun was  sinking. As il settled Aery-red below the horizon it  cloaked the black centred cumuli in flames, and  cast rose coloured shadows against the altocumulus clouds above...."  Beneath those clouds was the invasion fleet of  35,000 Americans and Canadians. The US Navy  was shelling the empty island from which the  Japanese had already fled. Ihe distant "boom  liooin" carried to us.  Flight after flight of American and Canadian  warplanes flew over us en route to diop bombs on  the abandoned Kiska harbour. They reported back  lhat there was no antiaircraft fire or sign of activity. But Ihe brass kept their reports secret.  In the early morning of August 15 1 made a  weather observation at 4 am. A light fog spread  over the Bearing Sea and the Pacific Ocean and I  could hear the shelling of Ihe big Navy guns. I felt  in my bones that al that moment our men were hitting the beaches and cringed at the thought of a  repeal of Ihe heavy casualties we had suffered in  May on Allu.  There were casualties that morning bul they  weren't the enemy's. The Japanese weren't there  bul had already safely landed al Paramishiro in  northern Japan. Tokyo Rose was lilling the airwaves with derisive laughter al the "stupid  Yanks".  There was a battle, however. That morning,  Americans and Canadians searching for the enemy  fought each other in the fog. Although the generals  and admirals knew the enemy wasn't there, Ihey  hadn't shared their knowledge with their Hoops.  As the patrols fanned out in the fog they  thought the shrouded figures they saw iu the misl  were the enemy. Fire fights ensued leaving both  Canadians and Americans dead.  Censorship covered this event. The admirals  and generals got medals and wenl on to greater  glory.  On this Remembrance day I remember sadly all  those who died in Ihe many wars of the past bul I  remember with bitterness those Canadians and  Americans who died so needlessly in the Aleutian  fog figluing each other.  c&mt  Ad * trilling Manege*  production Manager  Editor  The Sunshme Coast Newt is locally owned  and published on the Sunshine Coasl, B.C.  every Monday by Glassford Press Ltd.. Box  460. Gibsons. B.C.. VON IVO. (604) 986 2622,  FAX (504) 886-7725, Sechelt Office.Bo* 65,  SetfieR, B C. (604) 885-3930, Editorial (604)  855-3980. i=AX (504) 885-3954   The Sunshine Coast News is protected by  copyright und reproduction ot any part of it by  any means is prohibited unless permission m  writing is first secured from Glassford Press lid.,  holder of the copyright. Subscription rale:  Canada-1year-$35, 6 mo-520, Foreign-1 year  $40 Second Class Mail Regist;ation No 4702  Photographer  Advertising  Consultant*  Glassford Press Ltd.  Pat Tripp  Jean Broccoli  Brian McAndrew  Ellen Frith  Rose Nicholson  Stuart Burnside  Joel Johnstone  John Gilbert. Denise  Sherman, BUI Rogers.  Janice Edmonds  Bill Rogers, Lionel Trudel  RichRawltng  Office Manager  Office Staff  Circulation  Contributing  . Writers, Artist  �� Photographers  Gibsons; Kim Currie,  Sechelt; Ruth Forrester  Dee Grant  John Burnside. S. Nutter,  Peter Trower, J.M.  Sherman. Geoioe  CoopW.JanlMUIgMon,  ���* ---������, Dixie  Ruth Forrester,  J*firon*nw. uam  ��iry MarB*e1 Watt.  icafyn Vincent, Jmrc  Jwct  Jacalyn vmewn, *mvm  Ostry, Marguerite, Harry  Turner, John Rainer. Patti  Henderson. Jo-Anne  Shear*  Ynut (nrmnunify's  AWARD-WINNINI,  newspaper  ^ii^^^^jr  1  mlmmM  1^  mmm  hMH  mm Coast News, November 11, 1991  "In some places (along Chapman Creek) the trail just isn't there." Vince Bracewell.  Bev Cranston photo  VAC  needs  help  It was a quick death.  "1 turned it on and heard a  loud pop," said Manager Nancy  Baker. "The sad part is that we  use this computer to run three  main volunteer programs - Telephone Tree, Volunteer Drivers  and the Volunteer Aclion Centre."  With the computer went access to automated files on over  325 agencies and 1200 volunteers. It was used by staff lo  train volunteers, and by various  volunteer agencies to write letters and generate posters for  funding.  A new computer is $1400  and "we just don't have the  funds."  The Centre is appealing to  the public and service clubs for  help.  If anyone can help, please  call 885-5881 and ask for the  Volunteer Centre. Thank you!  PROPERTY  RECREATIONAL  RESIDENTIAL  REVENUE  Lower Mainland/Sunshine Coast  When you, family or friends consider buying,  selling or investing, 1 would be happy to  represent your real estate interests. I am  eiperienced in your area, based in Vancouver and  part of a team that forms a knowledgable link  between the Sunshine Coast and the Lower  Mainland We have buyers and sellers in both  areas and are dedicated lo giving the best service  possible. Please cat) wilh any questions you may  have: 644 3306 (Toll Free)  Sincerely,  <^��.  ��"/  ORAC considers Chapman trail  by Rose Nicholson  Any development of the Chapman Creek trail would have to  depend on the resolution of a tangled web of private ownership and  government jurisdictions.  At the Nov. 5 meeting of the Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee (ORAC), District Forester Barry mountain suggested that  Forestry would "not have much of a role" in the project.  ORAC member Jeremy Frith pointed out that much of the lower  end of the trail is within the boundaries of the District of Sechelt,  another stretch is part of a private subdivision development and yet  another is on Crown land.  "It's a contentious issue and difficult to come up with a reasonable solution for a plan for a trail," he said.  "If the Ministry of Forests would support a plan, it would give all  of us a lot more clout."  Vince Bracewell noted that serious erosion near the subdivision  development has made parts of the trail dangerous, and warned  against any development until this was solved.  "Tourists are being told about it as a hike," he said, "but it's very  dangerous. In some places, the trail just isn't there."  Barb Jackson reminded the committee that because Chapman  Creek is a salmon and trout spawning creek, both the Department of  Fisheries and Oceans and the Ministry of Environment have some  jurisdiction.  The committee agreed to arrange a meeting of all the interested  players to see if a solution could be found.  This Original  Print Could be  Yours For $5.00  ���������Hlky|J  Harmony of Purpose Liz Mitten-Ryan  The Gibsons & District Chamber of Commerce is raffling an  original Liz Mitten-Ryan print to raise funds for the Gibsons'  Christmas light project. If you'd like to have an excellent  opportunity to win this print, and contribute to the 'light fund',  come down to Linnadine's Shoes* in Sunnycrest Mall and  improve your odds. Draw Ends Nov. 26th, 1991  (* Print cm be viewed in-storel  '  (  li.lllllx.t~ ol < (Miiitirn �����.���  External accreditation for  Pender Harbour Secondary  "... this is not a just a good  school, this is a great school."  So summarized Louise  Burgart, Assistant Superintendent of Nechako School District, in describing an external  accreditation team's assessment  of Pender Harbour Secondary  School.  In an assembly at the school  on Friday, Nov. 1, members of  the team - which also included  Bill Arkinstall, Principal of  Houston Secondary; David  Bawtinheimer, Principal of  Courtenay Jr.; and Ken Pons-  ford, teacher at Fraser Lake Elementary/Secondary - addressed  students, staff, parents, community members, the District  Superintendent of Schools and  the School Trustee for Pender  Harbour.  The team's conclusions were  drawn after five days of talking  with students, staff, parents and  members of the community.  They spoke of a dedicated and  caring staff, friendly and positive students, quality administration and involved and  supportive parents.  This evaluation followed Ihe  school's own 300 page self-  assessment conducted since  September 1990 under the  direction of Dave Petrescu, Wes  Tiel/.en and principle Dave  Will. Together, the assessments  EXTRA! EXTRA!\  will form the foundation of a  school growth plan which staff  has already begun working on  and will continue to address  during the district's 'change  days' this school year.  Louise Burgart closed the  team's address by noting the  nalural human tendency to  focus on the negative even  when surrounded by so much  good, and encouraged the  school to build on its many  strengths.  ITP'S BRITAIN  Say Yes to Our Great Prices  Vancouver to  London/Manchester and Glasgow on  AIR CANADA  Only  $579  All travel musl be completed  by April .10, IW2. 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Many people make a stop at the Gibsons  Recycling Depot as a regular part ol their shopping trip.  - depending on how long and strong the wood fibres are to  begin with, paper may be recycled up to 7 times.  ��� at least 40% of the North American waste stream is made  up ol paper.  - more on recycling paper next week.  PLEASE USE THE CIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu  O  GIBSONS REALTY LTD  GROCERY  r\ S.  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Grade "A", Boneless Sirloin  tip steaks  or roasts ��>  Burns Sliced  cooked ham        37s g  Bums Regular or Lo-Salt  500$ pkg  399  299  189  298  HOT SPECIALS  209  Dairyland  2% milk       .^i.  MvGavin s liutteicup, White or Brown _ _  bread ..%.:..,  890  Pacific Evaporated ���,':; mm*  milk    mmi 890  DAIRY  Armstrong (mild, medium, agedj ._  Cheddar cheese ......ik�� 15%("  Dairyland 4(111  buttermilk           tu lm  McGavin s Homestead Sesame  white bread 695g  Weston's Homemade Style  White or Whole Wheat MQ  iNVid 570g M  Fresh Baked  Appte/Blueberry/Cherry/lemon 4AO  nrinlstnidel          �� lu*  Large 60% Whole Wheat 4AQ   12$ l��*   ~ ~**fcfchl���1 III  ���L'.-.1 I - - -  �� tm  mm   .*  .-  .*���  ..   *- *,. *k   .��. .*   .- MM   ���- ���** ��� Coast News, November 11, 1991  Over ihe divide and heading  through Ihe autumn mists on its  first leg toward Sechelt, the  Gibsons' bypass is underway  Soames Poinl resident Eric  Cardinall surveys Ihe scene.  Joel Johnslone photo  Transport Canada:  quiet zone coming  for Gibsons' bay area  Transport Canada is considering designating the Gibsons' bay area as a 'quiet zone' {in  the  spring.  At the November 1 council meeting clerk-  administrator Lorraine Goddard reported  that she had received verbal acknowledgement from Transport Canada that the Biy  area quiet zone designation could be implemented in response resident noise complaints .  Foul weather won't hamper project  No rain...or sleet...or steep muddy grade will hall progress on the  first leg of Gibsons' highway bypass construction.  "The weather hasn'l affected us too much BO far," Projeci Administrator Kent Billingsley of TNL Construction Limited, lold the Coasl  News  According to Billingsley the initial excavation of loose soil, when  there was less rain, was worse than ihe presenl work in constant rainfall . Now the crews have found a sand base to work wilh and the  weather has become less of a factor.  TNL is contracted to complete the grade (wilh blacktop) from 400  metres short of the Langdale junction to Stewart Road: upgrade Stewart Road; and upgrade the Intersections of Stewart Road and North  Road, and Cemetery Road and North Road.  Billingsley said he hoped the Langdale ferry terminal lo Stewart  Road section ol Ihe bypass would be completed b) Sept. 30. 1992, or,  perhaps, a month earlier. But the complex grade of llie slope and its  relation to nearby Langdale Creek has posed challenges.  "Every day is a surprise. It's an interesting project with a number  of critical areas...like the creek," Billingsley said.  Because of the steep grade involved, the volume of dirt moved  over ihe two kilometre stretch extends over the maximum width  allowed for a four lane highway as outlined by the Ministry of Transportation and Highways. Billingsley said il was an intensive undertaking designed to keep the slopes from falling into the creek.  The extensive clearing has meant more local jobs for loggers, falters, scalers and general construction crew personnel Billingsley  pointed out. He added that he is unsure of exact numbers but estimales 1200 to 1500 metres of saleable limber is involved, eight bulldozers, excavators and hauling trucks, and a floating number of personnel.  TNL. primarily a heavy duty industrial contractor involved in  building privale power projects and generating facilities, is relying on  local services and contractors for ils leg of the bypass.  Member ol  ALLIED.:   The Careful Movers  una  DISTANCE  MOVING  We  can move you   ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD  LED WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Cuttom Packing, Stooge, Local I Long Dlitanc* Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS    ^XicoiSkt"   886-2664  Reward system considered  A reward lo bailie rising vandalism received  consideration from Gibsons Council on November  5.  Clerk-administrator Lorraine Goddard suggested that council consider a reward system to deter  vandalism after pointing out thai from September  16 to September 27 of this year, vandalism to  slreel signs alone cosl the municipality around  $2,000.  Mayor Eric Small agreed lo ask the RCMP for  help in establishing an amount for a municipal  reward after the rest of council failed to suggest  any other ideas for deierring property destruction  wilhin the Town.  I  5gs  IF WE SELL IT...  _ _     .    . WE GUARANTEE IT!  Suncoast Tire & Mechanical Ltd. <*"�����* ��� s^u.. **.  PO Box 609  Sechelt VON 3A0        Shouldn't  your little blessing  know about  life's big one?  The best thing she can learn about the big world she's  discovering around her, is the wonder of discovering its Creator.  After all, isn't that how we discover ourselves?  Show your spirit. Come back to church.  The Anglican Church  For more information call 684-6306  or outside Vancouver 1-800-665-1105  YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PARISHES  ^^^    Gibsons      _M^L\\\\\\\\\\\\\\^m\^KmWM\\\sa\mmm%       Srrhpltl   ST.BARTHOLOMEW'S ST minAC  Hwy. 101 & North Road Hwv 101 A fo���,i d��� ���  886-7410 Pender Harbour H^ 101 * ^-nade Road  ST. ANDREW'S WW019  Hwy. 101 & Harbourview  885-5019  ^yjV  A^^L^mmtmtmmmstmmi Coast News, November II, 1991 7  WEEK AT  Levi Jackets, Irregular  Levi Irregular Jeans  29"  19��  34��  tod Orange Tab and student Fit  Levi Regular Wash,  Boot Cut and Straight Leg 29"  Levi Red Tab  Levi Shirts  Reg $39.99  Sechelt Volunteers practice every Wednesday night.  Joel Johnstone photo  APEC director disputes  accuracy of news report  The director reporting on  education for the Alliance for  the Preservation of English in  Canada (APEC) has taken  exception to the Coast News  coverage of the Oct. 29 French  Immersion (FI) public meeting  where two FI teachers from  New Brunswick discussed the  pros and cons of the FI program  in that province.  "The contents of your article  differ in many vital paints with  the notes I have taken (sic) at  the meeting," Jakob Knaus  slates in a letter to the editor  and he suggest printing a retraction of the "false statements"  reported.  Knaus states New Brunswick  FI students test in French for the  subjects they study in French  and in English for their English  studies; that the additional  expense of FI studies in NB  stems from special material cost  and not from transport expenses.  "Our district stretches over  120 kms from Langdale lo  Egmont, whereas Fredericton is  a compact town!" Knaus says.  In addition, Knaus disputes  the insinuation he is an oppe-  nenlofFI.  "Your mentioning of myself  as an opponent of FI is downright false," he says. "I would  have no objections lo a late FI  program as per the APEC education policies submitted to our  schoolboard in 1989 and 1990."  Knaus adds lhat to ensure the  acceptability of the Intermediate  Immersion program in School  District 46, APEC will "monitor  the views/votes of school  trustees and will make them  public, particularly during  school trustee elections...."  Coordinator for French stud-  , ies on the Sunshine Coast,  Nancy Brindley, assured the  Coast News the FI students in  : New Brunswick are tested regu-  : larly in English and that they  ! test as high or higher lhan Iheir  ; English study counterparts.  Brindley also said the only  ; additional expense for FI studies is for transportation.  "All the materials needed for  FI ire the same as for early  immersion programs,"  she said, "and we already have  |tho��e."  ��� Brindley added that one  school on the Sunshine Coast  would be selected to house a  class of 25 FI students and there  will be a catchment area for  SI      faj  transporting students. Everyode   |  living outside that area will  have to provide their own transportation.  NEW?  On fhe Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  I  Have we visited YOU  We have Gifts to welcome you  CALL US!  Helen Milburn  Nan Nanson  886-8676       Ruth Bulpit 885-5847  886-3416      Rosemary Cook 885-5821  FINANCE vs  FASHION?  Not anymore. Today women make ai  many financial decisions as fashion  decisions ��� for themselves and their  households.  To help them make the right choices,  more and more women are consulting  Investors for confidential advice on  achieving financial security and growth  for their money.  Make the right decision. Call us today.  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Canada Cord is the highest award for girls of Pathfinder age  ;md requirements involve many challenges, divided into three levels, Jn the fields of home, camping, outdoors, community and the  world. Tlte girls can complete these challenges as individuals or as  n group. On completion of each the girls receive an emhlem and  evtatually Ihe Canada Cord for achieving satisfactory standing.  The aim of this program is to help young women become  responsible citizens, able to give leadership and service to the  communily, whether local, national or global.  Ella and Tara continue in Guiding, acting as junior leaders for  younger members. Amanda and her family have moved from Ihe  area.  New administrator  [for Gibsons town  The Town of (iihsons will have a new clerk-administrator  by the end of the month.  Speaking at the November 5 council meeting, Gibsons  Mayor Erie Small said Dan LegR. clerk-administrator for the  Town or MacKen/ie, will replace (iibsons1 present clerk-  administrator Lorraine Goddard on December I.  Goddard, a former mayor of Gibsons, was asked to resign  after an internal study alleged she wasn't adequately skilled as  a clerk administrator for present responsibilities.  Ted Grant, left, a 40-year professional photo-journalist and Secondary School students last week. Demonstrated was  Kodak representat.ve Holly Nightingale, touring the country state-of-the-art sport-shooting equipment em��nS,ra,ed WaS  for Kodak Canada Inc. observe the form of Elphinstone ^ ,<*, Johnslone pholo  Woolwortk  STORE HOURS'  Mon.-Thurs. 9:30-6; Fri. 9:30-9; Sat. 9:30-6; Sun. 11-5  Boatyard  expansion  considered  by Stuart lunulde  A Roberts Creek resident is  inlerested in buying Hill's  Machine shop in Gibsons and  plans expand it into a full service marine boat yard.  Dave Cole told the Coast  News he is interested in  purchasing the Gibsons landmark business and, along with  the neighbouring lot. expanding  the operation to accomodate  two boats it one time.  Town planner Rob Buchan  said Cole had not yel applied  for rezoning and that when he  does the matter would go to a  public hearing because the  machine shop is presently zoned  legal non-conforming.  According lo Buchan. a  recent study of ihe area by  environmental consultants  showed a possibility of pasl fuel  leakage from storage tanks at  the site bul that more studies are  necessary to evaluate this.  He said Cole was looking  into the matter before making  his rezoning application.  Cole told the Coast News he  has no intention of tearing down  or making many changes to the  1947 machine shop building if  he makes a rezoning application lhat is approved, other lhan  painting a sign on the waterfront side.  "It'll stay pretty much the  same." Cole said, "except for  the expansion ic the lot next to  it."  Buchan said he has had  mixed communily reactions lo  the proposal with the boat owning public expressing a desire  for the service while surrounding residences complain there is  already loo much noise from the  site.  Save like the Dickens  Gefmedytor  ��� _,, .       Christmas, mtfi  f* '>   ��� Ihugescwtngs  "l-r--,)-F,  it  New & Used  Unique Designer  Fashions  Come in Early  for best selection  2��iXwkBwii��|M  WHOT FASHION IS MllWHAMi  M00HWYI0I. SECHELI   msllll  UMiiiUMMM  ��� ���- - -i m m earn 10       Coast News, November 11, 1991  PHARMASAVE  It's that  time  again!  Time for  overseas & USA1  Christmas mailing.  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Speaking at a meeting last  week he urged the association  to apply for a $15,000  provincial grant needed to  pave Ihe way for downtown  revitalization. His recommendation was well received.  george In glbsoas  i*i  IM-2M0  "It's been a miracle for me.  "My name is David Wilson.  I'm 44 years old, and the miracle has been my recovery from  30 years of abusing alcohol and  dmgs."  "Chemicals" is the word he  gives to alcohol, cannabis, narcotics and other substances he  used.  "1 left Elphinstone Secondary in Grade 9, worked in  the bush and on the boom  grounds. Got bored and went to  work on ihe tugs. Qualified for  skipper's papers (master, minor,  waters).  "In Toronto, I was skipper of  a ferry to the Toronto Islands,  also lake cruises. Then, about  five years ago, I hit bottom. My  life was unmanageable - full of  fear. I felt utterly alone."  Bul David did sense it was  up lo him to ask for help out of  this morass.  "I was caught up in a cycle  of anger, self-pity, insecurity,  blaming everyone and every-  Sunshine, murder  and the group of seven  part 3  oy join iwh��M�� Hum  The instruction (very loose and creative) could not have been purchased at any price. There is a special place in my cluttered head (and  heart) which includes ihis huge, sunny room during many a cold winter's day in Montreal.  In this room I see beautiful Lilias Torrence-Newton, a wonderful  and well-known portrait painter. There is my best teacher Mable May  ("Henry" because she thought the galleries paid more attention to  men).  There is Arthur Lismer himself, a very cranky Lawren Harris  (hated kids), Andre Bieler, an absolutely gorgeous Belly Maxwell,  "AY Jackson, Edwin Holgate, and the wild and wooly John Lyman.  The smells of turpentine and poster paints were so exotic, the comings and goings so exciting, the enthusiasm breath-taking, and the  kindness and humour were, to me, unforgettable.  Mable May and John Lyman spent Ihe most time wilh me and  really, with all this, I should have ended up a better painter. Somebody once said "When you've spent lime with a few race horses, you  just can't stand a nag."  And that's true. But I digressed a lol into such mundane things as  raising kids and earning a living. I'd like to be back in that sunny  room with all that colour and noise.  My mother died in 1949. She was a spirited, creative, opinionated  and witty woman "often wrong, but never in doubt" and I'd like her  back, too. She was a vigorous sponsor of the arts and theatre all of  her short life.  To this day, the smell of paint outweighs the finest French perfume in the judgement of my nose. It makes the rest of me feel all  warm and wanted as well.  golden lifelines  thing for the way I felt - angry  at the world. 1 was trying to  escape into isolation with my  chemicals.  "One of the first things I had  to learn in treatment was lo  understand why I used chemicals.  "Not easy, escaping the pressure cooker I'd been in. Always  been a taker, thought life owed  me. Now, al last, I've discovered Ihe joy of giving, of being  a caring person."  With the loyal support of  Bonnie Jean, now his wife, he  has been "clean" ihis past four  and a half years. He has done  some positive things, like get-  ling his secondary school graduation equivalent and going on  with courses toward a degree in  sociology. He has found great  satisfaction in learning more  about addiction and its treatment. He has done this through  certificate programs at McMas-  ters, and in other programs.  He and Bonnie Jean are  engaged in actively networking  and consulting in the field of  addiction. Their objective is to  build a caring consulting practice of their own;  The twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are a very,  very important guide to David.  "I know that one drink or  drug is too much and a thousand  are not enough.  "The positive things in my  life come one day at a time.  Hard? Yes, but there is no turning back to old ways. Now,  those positive activities make  my life worthwhile to me."  Dave has this message for all  those who suffer destructive  addictions:  "If I can make it, anyone  can. I dedicate this message to  you. God bless."  by JoycaOstry  I took a head count this morning at crafts and  pom-poms and found there were 35 people busily  working on crafts for the Annual Christmas Bazaar  to be held on Nov. 23.  Senior Centre  Off in one comer, the building committee were  hard at it planning the work on the new Seniors'  Centre. I'd just like to mention that there is a  building fund, and tax free donations are always  welcomed with thanks. Just to differentiate  between the Seniors' Hall on Mermaid and the  "new building", I hear mention of Senior Centre.  Who knows - the name might stick.  John Miller tells me that 5604 Trail Ave. is the  address of the new home of Branch #69. To fellow  members and future members: you've seen Ihe  new Activity Centre rising out of all the dreams,  planning and just plain hard work of the past nine  years. John mentioned donations and there have  been funds from GO BC and Expo Legacy. We  trust the new government will honour those commitments.  Mark Your Calendar  The Regional Meeting with Powell River will  be hosted by Sechelt on Nov. 13, with lunch first,  and the meeting will convene at about 1 pm.  Nov. 23, the singers will be at the United  Church Hall in Gibsons. Tickets can be purchased  at the door.  Betty Calli, 885-2762, and Joan Timms at 885-  9249 have the tickets for Ihe Christmas dinner on  Dec. 12.  Bazaar Plans  The men will have their own table of baked  goods at the Bazaar. Please remember the baked  goods table and the food hamper.  SPCA News  This handsome shepard/doberman cross was abandoned with no food or water when his  owner left town. He is one or two years old, very loving and playful but strong and likes to jump up.  Training would make hint an excellent companion in a home with Older children. Please call 885-  4771 if you are willing to take the time to work with him.  k*M Coast News, November 11, 1991        11  Arrow Striped Dress Shirts  $2$00n�� $44.00  Tank Tops  Jp/00 Super Saving  Navy Blazers (Dark Blue)  $QQ50 reg $225.00  Tie & Pocket Square  $500  Jantzen Sweaters  60%off^  Levi Jeans  1/2 price! $/S00  ������..X   (Impofat)  JiorpariM  i  Mens Wear  Trail Bay Mall, Sachall MS-9330 12       Coast News, November 11, 1991  community  datris bay news  by,  (85-3629  The signs of winter are all  around us these days - frosty  mornings and foggy nights.  Woodpiles get higher by the  day as we, like the animals, prepare lo hibernate for the winter.  Now is a good time to take  advanlage of the library we are  so fortunate to have in our  Communily Hall. It is open Fridays 12-4 pm, and Saturdays 1-  4 pm.  Books open a whole new  world which the entire family  can enjoy for $3. Isn't that the  best bargain around?  The community is losing a  good neighbor - Bud Tisdall is  leaving in January. He has a  beautiful three year-old black  and while collie named Bailey  who needs a good family home.  There are two Teddy  Bearettes al the daycare having  birthdays this month... Ashley  and Paige.  Imported Chocolate  for early  Christmas mailing  VARIETY ffii, FOODS  The BIGGEST Utile Store in Gibson* Landing 886-2936  All tables for the Christmas  Craft Fair on Nov. 30 at the hall  are now booked. Response has  been brisk so it promises to be  an interesting affair. Do mark  that one on your calendar!  I know we tend to get a little  "bazaared" out this time of year  but some of the items offered  are truly different and unique,  and often jusl lhat "something  special" we are looking for. It  may be a stocking stuffer, an  ornament for the tree or a tasty  tidbit - it all bears shopping  for... and it's fun!  Nov. 16 appears to be the  day everyone has planned  something - il's a busy day. St.  John's United Church is having  lis Fall Bazaar from 10 am-1  pm: ihe Hard Times Dinner  Dance at the hall starts at 6 pm,  with everyone asked to bring a  mug and bowl.  Tickets are $3 each. Wear  old clothes and your dancing  shoes.  Bargains galore greeted the many visitors to the Roberts Creek Craft Fair on Saturday,  Nov. 2. Christmas shoppers - keep an eye open for all the other craft fairs and bazaars  that will be coming up between now and the festive season. Remember ...only 44  shopping days left before Christmas. Joel Johnstone pholo  robertscnek  by  M6-3J41  Inner Ear Studios is holding  a dunce al Roberts Creek Hall  Saturday Nov. 16 with the Vancouver based band Gnoma.  Dancing will be from 9 pm-1  am.  Gnoma, an eight-piece band  complete wilh horns and lots of  percussion, played a sold-out  dance at Inner Ear last spring  and has since appeared at the  ROTARY TV AUCTION  SPONSORED BY SECHELT & GIBSONS ROTARY CLUBS  COAST CABLE VISION CHANNEL II  NOVEMBER 15th  BID  DESCRIPTION   DONOR  VALUE  A01 Microwave  A02        Angora V-Neck Sweater  A03        12'X 15'Rug  A04        Painting (Fran Reid Ovens)  AOS        4 Hour Fishing For 2  A06        6' Silk Palm Tree  A07       4 hr. Sailing (30' Sailboat)  AOS        Month Moorage (30' Boat)  A09        Weekend Fireplace Suite  A10        Years Family Pass  All        Weekend Package  AI2        Stationery Package  A13        Free Banking  A14        Month Groceries lor a  family (up to $600)  A1S        Legal Survey for Mortgage  Purpose (Resid)  A16        Advertising  A17        Nishika 3D 36 mm Camera  A18        8 Gal Stain "Georgetown  Grey  AI9        Two Nights for 2  A20        12 Vds. 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SecheH  uo.ro  PRE-BIDS      886-2532  1  10:00 AM-  8:00 PM DAILY TIL 1  YO  ON, NOV. 15  tmf.  m  ���j  Stein Valley Festival. Gnoma  describes their rrusical influences as running from African'  Ju Jit music to Latin Jazz to'  Funk to Reggae. They see themselves following in the footsteps  of Paul Simon, Fela and the  I Talking Heads.  Inner Ear is sponsoring the  Jance to raise money to insulate  lie quanscl hut where they hold  ;offee houses twice a month.  The coffee houses provide a  warm, intimate setting featuring  local talent but in the winter it is .  loo cold for some people no  matter how much the hungry  wood stove is fed. Musicians  often have a hard time keeping  their instruments tuned.  Come on out to support the  coffee house or just to boogie  and have fun with an innovative, energetic band that does  not often visit the Sunshine  Coast.  Tickets are $12.00 and are  available at the Roberts Creek  General Store, Sayward Books,  Tailwind Books and Inner Ear  Studios. Call inner Ear al 886-  9747 for more information or  for ticket reservations.  Unlike the coffee houses,  which are smoke and alcohol  free, the dance will be a  licensed event so the kids will  have to be left at home this  time.  Quick Notes  The annual bazaar put on by  Roberts Creek Branch of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary was  a huge success. The event was  well attended and a respectable  sum was raised for the hospital.  A number of prizes were  given. First prize, a sheepskin  rug, went to Patrick Rabbil; second prize, of a pair of binoculars, went to J. Clement; and  Jessie Naylor won third prize, a  stuffed doll.  The food hamper went to  Faye Birkin, the fruit cake to E.  White and the stuffed bear to  May Carby.  Thanks to all those who contributed energy and to those  who attended.  CREEK CLAYWORKS   Studio 8. Bhnwmnm  POTTERY  by Klalnti Kutlnrman  a, Mike Allegreltl  Vlellon Welcome  8B5-B395  COAST WINDOW WASHING  Senior's Discounts  Heights No Problem  Interior & Exterior  Free Estimates  Heme US JUT  RANDIE'S FRESH HERBS  Large Variety of Flavoured  Vinegars, Packaged  Herbs or Minis.  Available Any Time  Crow Rpa�� Herb Farm  Roberts Creek. 886-9324  ABSOLUTE  ACCOUNTING  COMPUTERIZED  ACCOUNTING  886-9100 Coasl News, November 11, 1991        13  community  Halfmoon  Hallowe'en  m r'ma  Br^    ^  V * H  W^r^  ML                ^H  J'^_    ^malaiaiama  H s  H                 ��� r,^|  1      ft  i^^^^B   i  A  1               J  ^L                    ' "**<��� m\  ���    ^���^^  Christmas in Exotic Bali  an unbeatable vacation value  lODAY^  8 NIGHTS  Bfi"-. -*  per person  Condluont apply  Tnxeii extra  *J*  '^t.-��**f^  AIIVHOTEiy  TRANSFERS  &MORE  686-2522 ��� 666-3361   Beside Gibsons Medical Clinic  J  Cm  -r )  &  V  ,'.".���>  Klltll I in Tl'sll'r plliilus  halfmoon bay happenings  by Ruth Forrester  885-2418  Itttsv Attxiliiiry  Members of the Ho If mood  Bay branch of the Hospital  Auxiliary have created a fine  selection of items for their  Christmas Bazaar, scheduled for  Saturday Deo, 7 in Trail Buy  Mall.  This year's raffle iiem is a  luxury hamper containing n  variety of goodies which will be  worth winning. Tickets are  available from any member, or  front members who will be in  llie mall on Nov. 15 (Tom 10  am-3:30 pm,  Kerrealitui  The Halfmoon Buy Recreation Association will be holding ils next meeting on Nov. 21  nl the Hfllfmoon Buy School.  Everyone will be made welcome lo discuss and help out  wilh the many items on Ihe  agenda.  Kids' Kushiims  Parents of llie Welcome  Beach' Preschool will be presenting a children's' fashion  show mid sale al Halfmoon Buy  School on Nov. 2.1 from 1-3  pm. The fashion show of clothing by Lytnar Kids' Fashions  wjll take place at 1:13,  Tliere will also be a display  of Discovery Toys, Child's  I'layhook, and crafts by P.J.  Crafts. Tea will be setved and  everyone is invited,  The aliitir will help provide  liinds for piny school equipment, elc.  In n recent ruffle for Ihe  same cause, Dave Van Huven  won the litst ptize of a cord of  firewood, while Ihe second  prize of smoked salmon wenl lo  E. Kelly.  Congratulations to the win-  nets.  Kitchen Needs  The Parents Group al Halfmoon Bay School is trying lo  organize the kilchen which is  off Ihe gym. Right now, Ihere Is  a greal lack of equipment such  as large cooking pols, cutlery,  ladles and oilier similar utensils.  If you have sonic extras, ihe  Parents' Group would certainly  appt eciute a donation of same.  Also, if anyone has a sel of  dishes they would like to give  away or sell at a reasonable  price, please contact llie school.  They will be delighted lo hear  iWmt you.  f ������';),  j >.7*  tj     cj  Eft  m  Ck.!  f.>'.r,  m  K.>  > ? ��� >'������  M  >(' K  Do  You  Need?  Do  You  Need?  Do  You  Need?  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"ALTERNATIVE  Specializing In Woodworking <��- Interior Finishing Materials  VISA  \\mSL  . lO^Gibsons  886-3294 14       Coast News, November 11, 1991  sechelt scenario  The grounds of Sechelt Elementary School got a much  needed lift from the Parents  Group arid cast of Up With Peo  ple. New Spring bulbs were  planted around the Totem Pole  and the front of the school.  Special thanks go out to  Peninsula Topsoil, Kennedy  Trucking and Sechell Hardware  Order Your  Christmas 139  Flowers    |||j  By Dec 1st  Place your Christmas orders by Dec. 1st and we cm  send them by airmail. Save approximately $10.1X1 on  wire service charges for U.K. and European orders.  GUARANTEED Christmas Delivery  Ann-Lynn Flowers  5654 Dolphin St., Sechelt  885-9455  [Arrow Irani the RCMPl  "-IT-.  55J LPJ L��J LaJ LaJ L��J LBJ LaJ L��J LflJ i.flJ L��J LaJ LnJ LPJ LaJ LflJ L^  if We're  ' brimming  fi over with  y loads of  g new  0 stock!  0  Cowrie <SL Seclielt  885-6460  10-5, Mon - M g  for supplying the bulbs. Thinks  also to the students who lent a  hand - many hands, as it turned  out.  A new swinging tire and  swing for the handicapped were  donated by the Variety Club.  These will be put to good use,  I'm sure. On my way to work  each day I pass the school and I  have been noticing how lovely  the grounds are becoming.  Wednesday Nov. 13, Sechelt  Elementary will be putting on a  CHOIR FEST CONCERT lo  which all are warmly inviled. lt  starts al 7 pm, so mark your calendar.  The next Parent Advisory  Council meeting will be held  Dec. 3 at noon at the School.  You may be astonished to leant  that, last year, the PAC raised  $20,000 through various means  - mostly through hard work.  Hospital Auxiliary Bazaar  It's that time of year again.  Christmas is looming on the  horizon and you have no time to  shop. Don't worry. St. Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary, Sechelt  Branch, is putting on their annual Christmas Bazaar. There  will be baked goods, marvelous  crafts, a white elephant table,  door prizes and refreshments.  The Bazaar will take place in  the Sechelt Indian Band Hall  and the doors will open at 11  am on Saturday Nov. 16.  Admission is free.  The hospital bazaar is well  known for its terrific display of  handicrafts which are especially  suitable for Christmas.  Don't forget the raffle - first  prize is a hand-hooked rug, sec-  The Sunshine Coast Toasttmisters meet al Chetelech Secondary School in Sechelt to practice  public speaking through the exchange of encouragement and constructive criticism.  Joel Johnstone photo  o'id is a paper tole picture and  third is a Tiffany hanging lamp.  So be sure to get your tickets.  At only $1 each, they're a bargain..  Canadian Legion Ladies  Auxiliary  The Ladies Auxiliary, Royal  Canadian Legion Branch 140 in  Sechelt, held their annual Craft  Affair on Sunday Nov. 3. They  would like to lhank all those  people who kindly gave their  time, materials and generosity  by donating crafts, baking, etc.  The winners of the raffle at  the Craft Affair are as follows;  first prize, hind of beef - June  Shaw, Sechelt; second prize,  $100 - Evelyn Blackly, Burnaby; and third prize, $50 - Lorraine     Gordon,     Sechelt.  Congratulations to all.  Writers' Forge Meeting  Wednesday Nov. 13 at 7:30  pm, the Suncoast Writers'  Forge will hold their next meeting. Visitors are always welcome. The meeting will be held  at Rockwood Lodge in the dining room. This will be a workshop meeting.  Students exemplify true school spirit  by Theresa Kroeker  Chatelech Student  As a Chatelech student, I feel  our school is always active,  thanks to the teachers and students. I see activities spring to  life with each new year. Many  teenagers are getting involved  to show their school spirit.  For example, a student council has just been grouped together with 67 members in all.  The council has nine executives, 29 home room representatives, 29 members-at-large and  21 committees. The co-presi  dents of the council are Erin  Brooks and Darcy Kaltio; the  vice-president is Jim McLeod;  and the treasurer is Michelle  Cary.  Lasl week four Chatelech  students - Cameron Haley, Paul  Gruner, Becky Jolicoeur and  ROYAL ALBERT'  English Bone China  OFFERS  $50% OFF  SPECIAL ORDER  CHINA PATTERNS  A urcai opportunity to dress up your table with the lovely floral pattern! and romantic shapes of  Royal Albert and Royal Alhen Paragon Save on all dinnerware and serving pieces 5-piece place  sellings are now priced from jusl $62.50  American Beauty  Athena  Autumn Roses  Autumn Sunlight  Belinda  Berkeley  Blossom time  Blue Blossom  Breath of Spring  Bridal Lace  Bride's Choice  Brlgadnnn  Caroline  Celebration  Chantilly  Clarence  Colleen  Corinth  Cotiage Garden  Country Lane  Daybreak  Elgin  hirst Love  Haworth  Hazy Dawn  Heirloom  Holyrood  lona  Kensington  Lady Carlylc  Lady Hamilton  Laris.i  Linford  Meadow Mower  Moonglow  Morning Rower  Moss Rose  Parkland  Peach Rose  Petit Point  Poinseltia  Reverie  Romance  Rose Bouquet  Sandringham  Satin Rose  Serena  Serenity  Silver Birch  Silver Maple  Spring Ballet  Summer Glade  Sweet Violets  Tree of  Kashmir  Trillium  Victoriana Rose  Winsome  Crystal Clear  Savings  �� When you raise a glass to toast, make  )i\ sure it's Zwiesel! Beautiful 24% lead  \ crystal Zwiesel stemware has a fine  reputation for high quality and unique  craftsmanship. Now you can save on  our extensive Zwiesel selection.  5679 Cowrie St., Sechelt 8852171  Available in goblets, wines, liqueurs, champagnes, brandies, ok) tashioneds and highballs.  Zwiesel  5679 Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-2171  Scott McCullough - attended a  "counterattack' conference  sponsored by ICBC to help  them pass on anti-drinking and  driving to their peers.  A school dance is arranged  for Nov. 20, wilh Overdrive as  the DJ and VJ. There will be  three 40-foot video screens,'  special effects, light and sound  systems. This will be the first  time Overdrive has come to  Chatelech.  As for sports, the Chatelech  Eagles (Senior boys) played the  Harlem Crowns on Oct. 29 in a  fun-packed basketball game that  the crowd enjoyed as well.  On Nov. 2, the Junior boys'  and girls' volleyball teams,  coached by Mr. Diether and Ms.  Cameron, went to Brackendale  for a tournament. The boys  placed first and the girls came  in third.  The grade 8 Computer Studies class recently produced a  newsletter called the 'Grade 8  Hallowed Times'. The following survey is taken from that  newsletter, and gives an idea of  what high school is like from a  Grade 8 student's point of view.  Q: Whal do you think about  the size of the school? Is it bigger, smaller or the size you  expected?  A: Size expected, 7; Bigger,  1; Smaller, 1.  Q: When you first came toe  school were you scared or did  you feel fine?  A: Scared, 2; Felt fine, 7.  Q: Were you scared you  wouldn't have any friends or  were you positive you would?  A: Scared, 0; Positive, 7; In  Between, 1.  Q: Which do you like better,  elementary school or high  school?  A: Elementary, 0: High, 9.  Q: Whal do you find harder,  Ihe work at elementary or at  high school?  A: Elementary, 0; High, 6:  Same, 2.  Q: If you could go to the  Hallowe'en Dance with anyone  in the world, who would you go  with?  A: Jason (one of the new  boys); Luke (the adopted boy  on 'Growing Pains'); a girl  named Stacy in Victoria.  Q; Are you happy with your  teachers and classes?  A: Yes, 0; No, 2; Most of  them, 5.  Q: Are you in any classes  with your friends?  A: Yes, 7; No, 0.  There is a rumour that there  will be many, many more  activities to come in the near  and far future. Coast News, November 11, 1991        15  community  M3-11M  What? A bear right in Egmont? Climbing the  apple tree in the school yard? A brave little bear, at  that; he or she was a yearling.  Venturing through back yards and frightening  some folks, the bear was last seen at the far end of  Maple Road.  November always seems to me an unusual  month, a lost month, the transition month, but this  one started out to be a good one.  The harvest party was fun with lots of good  people about, and the smorg dinner, starting at  Egmont time, was overflowing with delectables.  Thanks lo everyone who helped in the kitchen,  especially Betty and Leonard Silvey.  After dinner, Egmont was treated to the sounds  of Blue Seven. These guys play good rhythm and  blues! I personally enjoyed the show, but Gene  would still rather rock'n'roll.  The surprise costume contest was won by Sun  day; second prize Peter Schmidt, and third prize  Cathy Silvey. There were some pretty cool cus-  tumes out there!  The fireworks show, donated by the Egmont  Lions and ihe Egmont Community Club, was  great. Steve Leander lit a huge bonfire and the kids  cheered on the fireworks.  Thanks to Oak Tree Market for the help and to  Marten for all the energy put into the Egmont  Community Club.  So what's the scaffolding doing outside the  school? It's some interesting artist, namely K.M.,  preparing for piece I'm looking forward to.  Please remember, on Nov. 13 between 2 and  2:30 pm the health nurse from Pender Harbour will  be at the hall. It is a great thing that she comes all  this way so let's make her visit worthwhile.  There will be a public general meeting concerning recycling in Egmont, on Nov. 22 at 7:30 pm.  Jay Hamburger, head of GRIP, will chair the meeting. Please attend; we need this change.  Sechelt resident Frank Lee cuts  the grass in his Pender Harbour  apple orchard in fine style.  Joel Johnstone pholo  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Monday  Nov 11,1991  2:00 p.m.  Armistice Day Service  in Roberts Creek  Weather permitting, Coast Cable 11 plans coverage of  the Remembrance Day services at the Roberts Creek  Legion.  3:00 p.m.  Never Again  From the War Amps of Canada this special hour show  looks at Canada's forces in the two world wars.  Tuesday  Nov 12,1991  7:00 p.m.  Talk to Your Local Government  Once Again your local politicians join host Al Price in  the studio for an informative hour of community programming. Invited guests include Gibsons Mayor Eric  Small, Sechelt Mayor Nancy MacLarty and S.C.R.D.  Chairman Peggy Connor. Due to other committments  Mayor MacLarty was not able to attent the taping last  Thursday.  8:00 p.m.  Environmentally Friendly Housekeeping  Laurel Suko hosts an informative half hour look at  products that make cleaning your house easier on the  environment.  8:30 p.m.  Coast Profiles  Stan Dixon's programme with interesting people from  the coast brings Howard White to the studio this month.  Also Stan introduces a special look back at the life of  Mary Jackson.  harbour watch  by Jicfllyn Vincent  8(3-2840  The Chamber of Commerce  will host a public meeting,  including the Highway and  Tourism Departments, at 11 am,  Nov. 21 at the Legion Hall in  Madeira Park. The meeting is to  discuss highway service signs,  business signs - signs of every  description.  Here is your chance to voice  your opinion about this very  controversial issue!  Thanks to theVFD  A special thank you goes out  to all the members of the fire  department who contributed  their time and effort to the  grand fire works display this  past Halloween night. An estimated 325 people enjoyed the  30-minute show.  This year an extra treat was  given by the school of music -  taped music was played in the  background. The effects were  enjoyed by everyone.  Every year gets better!  Construction for Students  The senior construction class  al the high school are looking  for a project lo construct either  at the school and transport to  your location, or lo build on  your property. The projeci  would be geared toward a small  shed of sorts, preferably for a  volunteer organization or citizen's group.  If you would like further  information, please contact  Dave Petrescu at the Pender  Harbour High School.  Reminder  If you have any events of  community interest you would  like to see in this column and  cannot get hold of me by phone,  please drop your article at the  PetroCan or the Marina Pharmacy in Madeira park, wilh  your name and phone number  on it.  As the Tide Changes  Happy belated birthday  greetings to Bea Halberg;  you're looking great!  Body building buffs - warm  clothing such as a track suit is  recommended at the start of a  body building session. Muscles  respond better to exercise when  they are warm, making them  less prone to injury. Top clothing can be removed as the session proceeds.  Congratulations to Josh, who  is on his way to Europe. Have a  super time!  Until next week; be good to  yourself.  //ns Community  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281  New Home? Remodelling?  The right colour scheme, finishing  details and decorating can make a  difference.  The economical decorating consultant  for contractors and home owners.  Z^ ..Coordinating Lifestyles  %��        886-7372  Notice Board  Th* Sunthint Coait PMC* CommlttH me��ts it Roberts Creok  School, 7:30 p.m. Carl Chaplin will snow his video takes during the  Middle East War. Refreshments Eveiyone welcome.  Timdty, November 12  Sunahine Colli Home Support Society Huplce Meeling il SI.  Mvyi Board Room it 4:30 p.m. Note: tlmi change.  Wedneediy, November tl  The Sunahine Coaat While Cane Club will meel at St. Hilda's  Anglian Church Hal in Sechelt. We invite alt persons with severe  vision impairments lo Join us ll 1:30 p.m. For more inlormation call  Betly �� 886-2850 or Mafl. at 885.2738.  7:30, Art Contict presenls l video ol Georgia CKeelo - Ihe artist and  Mr work. Sunshine Coasl Ms Centre. Admission MOO.  Elphinaiono'i Elector!1 Association General Meeling, 7:30 p.m.  cedar Grove Elementary. All area 'E' residents welcome t. urged to  attend.  Chamber Alter Houn. The Sechell ind District Chimbir ol  Commerce will be holding Ihe second 'Alter Hours' meeting trom 5:00  p.m to 7:00 p.m al Ihe Mtwood Im. Information, all 885-3100  Am F Wilt Howe Sound Electon' Assoc Ungdile School. 7:30  p.m.  14  il. Miry'l Hospilil Auillliry, Sechell Branch, regular monthly  meelng, 1:30 p.m. al Sl Hilda's Members - we need your help lor M  Baiaar.  ���-"-*--   llniisiMhar 41  rnoiyi fwvtnwtr tb  t p.m -Ultnry heeding by Jem Ryatad aim* Arts Centre.  it. Miry'l Auillliry, Hopkins Landing Brmch, Chrlitmn Crati  Buur. Fruity Nov. 1 J,(:30a.m. -(00pm, Sunnycresl Mil.  Come one- come HI to your Hal IIK Sunshine Coast Amnesty  Totem Lodge Resident'! Council Meeting it 5:00 p.m.  Tuesdey, November 19  The Sunshine Com Buiineu and Prolesiionil Womeni' Club is  holding a dinner meeting al the Cale Pierrot, 6:45p.m. Guest speaker  will be Sandy Wnghimm on stress. Please bring a fnend. For inlo.  call Myma at 885-9812 or Barb at 886-7761.  Adult Day Care Craft I Bake Sal* at Kirkland Centre, Simpkins Rd.,  Davis Bay, Nov. 19m. 20th. 21 sl Irom 1:00 ��� 2:30 p.m. Free coda* 1  cookies Mo. 885-1(34.  Weil Snhtlt Elementary School is holding i Bookfair, Nov. IS -  21st. (:00 a.m. .4:00 p.m.  Birth Control Clinic Open Houn - Join me S.C. Branch ol Planned  Parenthood in celebrating their 1st anniversary, 4:30 ��� 6:30 p.m., Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit. 4(4 Soulh Fletcher, Gibsons. Everyone  WHconw.  Wednesday, November 20  Relorm Party ol Canada Public Meeting, ill welcome. Theme: 'A  Road From Here to Election Day.' Location Marina Rd.. Gibsons.  730 p.m.  Thuridiy, November 21  Ladles' Dessert ind Fellowihlp nighl, 7:30 p.m. Theme  Lei's  remember when. Featuring a Fashion Show, Speaker Evelyn  Delgetty Chnslian Life Assembly, School Road Gibsons For Mo. or  ign-up,886-7107or886-7736 COII-J200  Fnday, November 22  Com* ind Join the lilt COLD READING everttof 1991   Eipenencei  play reeding wilh Mique to loHow. 7:00 p.m., lor mo all Gord* il  8&3W1.  Plisllc Pom Poml lor weddings, parades 4 panics, etc. 21 assorted  colours, 20c each. Made by Sechelt Sr. Citizens, proceeds lo go  toward me naw Serial' centre. Phone 885-9392 or 685-2585.  The Parent Tot Drop In program begins me week ol September 30 at  Ihe lollowing locations: Gfesons: Mon. Wed. Fri in United Church Hall  Sechell: Mon it Sl Hilda's Church Hall. Davis Bay Tuesdays in  Wilson Creek Com Hill. Time: 9:30 lo 11:30 at all locations Fee: 53.00  per parent an child. Family ran $5.00  Folk Dancing al Robarts Creek School. Communily Use Room. Every  Tues 7:00 ��� 9:00 pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome.  Music syllabuses havl been distributed lo music teachers re. the  Sunshine Coast Music Featival, entry deadline Feb. 15 For inlo.: call  Batty Allen. 886-2324. or Barb Calanacn, 885-5444.  y meeting: 7:30 p.m. Seoiett Elemsnury  School ��� Swell Inlo Rog*r, 885-7143 Shirley. 683-1154 Jly. 883-  2472  ���MUTM).! NQVIfMtr 11  C.AJI.E.O. Slnglee CM, OW* I Dma. Foi Ho. ol Dennis. 886-  3321, Miry, 886-7625. Nick, 8M-7054.  Doon oommg al 11 am it th* SecheH Indian Band Hit. Grand  Chrlrtnai Uu* d the Sechelt Hoipul Auawy. WehmgrM  begum lv m Chnatmis-Shoppin.  Tie G.K. &re Centra Amllleiy Tea, Bajaar and Bake Sattwil lake  pate. 1:30 -3:30 ll Kiwmis Vdagi Cm Home  Tie Sunshine Coait Nualc Society presents th* Ann* ol Green  StHM Fundreser LASAGNA DINNER at 6 p.m. at St. Birtholem*w'i  Owed.  Humor Oellefy Cialt Fair, 10:30 - 3:X. to be hen) tt St. Mary'i Hall  (opposite thi Cutling Rink) in Gibsons. Ovir 30 crilis people  it Miry'l Christmas Hue I luncheon, 11:00 sm. ��� 300 p m..  Sl. Miry'l Hill. Gibsons. Cntt tibw. bike ui whit* Mphint I  trtm.  SuralUn* Cool Artliw/Craft rm a Sunnycresl Mil. For Inlo on  rental lames' conlact Nancy 8864323. 'Seniors discount  (.00 p.m. Gibsons Undid Church HH, Qliislord Rd.. Nlkld Weber t  Frtn* Variety Mm ��� ���Anything Goes'. Tickets - (6 00. avatiM a  Cast BooUortt Books (Ml.  sl Youth >  Th*y perform: RAP unity, cultural, itc, dancing  Plan: Sechelt  Indian Bind Hall. Time ��� 7:00 -10:00. Free admission I Ira*  Mmm VMM CM LaiMi' Chimpign* Brunch - Gibsons Motel Inn.  lnlo.CII8tM778or8M.3M2.  Crafts, horn* baking, etc. Adrrission, nfraihmmti  available 10am to 1 pm. St John's united Church, Simpkins Rd.  DMdBiy.  Hard nam Dinner ��� Dance, 8 p.m. $3.00 ea, Bring a mug and  soupbowl and wear old dolhei At Dtvil Bay. VWaon Creek Hall.  lundtr.NmtnMrir  2 p.m. it me Twighl Thettie ��� Countryside Concerts presents Jim  Coop, loto Pie�� Ticket! available through 686-2324 or 885-4402.  as* ��-.. 11,,,,-h,, am  MvrOTJTi nWVHIW! !���  7:30 p.m��� Gibsons Friends el lehiiophrmlci. rami mm vey  ���pedal sunt Michelle Sudir, B.C.F.O.F. Regional Pirtmrship  Program Co-ordinitor, lo h* how she an help us Khiev* but  mdMfWMloctf. Meelng al Coast QarttaW Heath UM,  Csm*m Cancer IccMr, SumNm  -    "   ' Tmo*, Secmt. Public  9*mm Legion Branch 1N Lata' kmrnwi Ontm Baiaar. 11 ���  2 p.m.. Legion Hal. Soup t und. avelaWe Frm idmiuion.  Book Bargain Bash ��� Rockwood Contra ��� Norm Wing ��� Sechelt, 10  l.m.-3p.m. Sale ol new and used books, original pnns and poseu,  grm Chriiimis gnu, nought lunch avalable.  Gibsons United Church U.C.W. annual Holly Tn t Buur it th*  Church HH, Glasstord Rd., 1:30 ��� 3:30 p.m. Tee ��� $2.50 tor AdUts,  ind $1.50 under 12.  10 am. ��� 4 am. Tie Sunahtm Coaat Am Cound OMMmi Ml  Fall, at the Sechelt Indiei Band Hal.Swwi.  support an  Qibaom.  1 p.m��� ngtttr monmly muting. Cmeelen I  CceatUi*. Reioml Board Office. Royal  welcome. Inlo., IBS 9461  Qibsons Pioneer Museum's winter houn: Saturday, Sunday,  Monday, Tuisdiy, Wrtmday, 1.4 p.m. Wheel chair accessible.  locMadiaon Irom Pol ones. ArMMon by donrton, 86(4232.  To** 1^. Everyday iavlMogdiy it ToNm Lodge VMm* pi-  omeiofyourcommumy.  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpal Bowling, Mondays 1:30 pm. Eiercise  with Joan Fiembd Mondays 4 Thursdays-1112  Overeaten Anonymous meets every Monday 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall. Sechelt. Pnon* 865-2108 or 8(64781 lor details  Adult Children of AlcohoKci or Dystunctlonal Families meel II SI.  Miry'l Church Hall in Gibsons, 7:30 ��� (.  Tuesdays  Life Drawing 10 am. ��� 12:30 p.m at me Sunshine Coast Arts Centre  Draw in tne compeny ol otmr amis Irom i live model. Employment  opportunity models are required II you ere interested, please call 685-  4611.  (���lull Abuse Survivor! Group , 7 10 9 pm ll the Action Society  Oltae Conlact Deborah. (85-6680  Qibaom Table Tannle Club plays every Tuesday. 7 -10 p.m  Elphinstone Secondary School Calelena. For more inlormation. all  Jim II886-2775.  Sunahine Coait Bruit Feeding Support Group. Informii drop-in  meetings on me trwd Tuesday ol each month 885-2332 oi 886-2457  lor more inlormation  Qibaom Table Tannle Club plays every Tues.., 7 -10 pm.,  Elphinstone Secondary School Calelena. For more inlormation, can  Jen al 886-2775.  Wedneedays  Badminton every Wednmdiy evening, 6 -10 p m n Elphinstone  High School Gym Admission: $3.00. Drop in  Thurtdqri  Birth Control Clinic ll Coast Garibaldi health Unit. 494 S. Fletcher.  Gibsons Thursday Irom 7 to ( pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  ItMMUty.  'New Beginnings' ll ��� IrenHy sodal group lor widows and wdowors  (and other experiencing loss) which meets every other Thursday  afternoon it thi Secfefl Health Unit. H you wish lurther inlormation  (and for mil meeting data) cal (65-51(4.  K'l Weighl Leu Support Group meets every Thursday evening.  6:45 to 8 pm it IM UrMd ChiiOl, Glisitord Rd��� Gibsons, kilo: 886-  7159  Seniors' Branch ((. Exercise with Join Fromb Mondays 1 Thursdays  11-12.  Adull Children ol Alcohollci or Dylhnetlond Famiiei meel al ma  Aaion Cenlre in Secheh, 7:30-9  FrUayt  Untied Church ThrHI Shop m basement ol church oil Truman Rd,  open Fridays, I to 3 pm.  The Sechell Public Library wit be open every Fnday Irom no 5 pm  Square Dancing ��� plus level 8:00 pm, Seniors' Hill, Sechell. Inlo 886-  74(5.  The Sunahine Cm* Stamp Club meel 7:30 pm in and 3rd Sunday  el Sechelt Library. Phone 885-3361 or 845-7068. Open lor all agn.  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High and low vollaga power lines  Outdoor Sub-Stations  883-2218  Cert. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  S Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883  Hugh W.Jottex  LAWYER  883-9525  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  Pender Harbour  Realty  8839525  PAX:88Wi24 ��� u        ��_uum iNews, iNOvemner II, I^Ml  news  Additional funding needed for child care  by Host Nicholson  Pat Wray of Molly Mouse  Daycare in Gibsons quotes a  significant statislic - "a dollar  spent now in quality child care  is worth $4.75 in five years."  Quality child care is available on the Sunshine Coast but  il is often a matter of low wages  for child care workers, a variety  of fund raising efforts on the  part of parents of co-op daycare  centres, and a struggle for private operators to slay financially afloat.  Government subsidies are  available in Ihe form of startup  grants for non-profit groups and  Social Services and Housing  will provide a portion of ihe  cosl of daycare for low income  single parents, but operating  costs are usually covered by  fees paid by parents.  Wray told the Coasl News  provincial legislation requires  all child care workers to have  Early Childhood Education  (ECE) cerlification and sets a  limit of eight children to one  staff member.  "The pay is so low we have  trouble keeping staff." she said.  "There is a great need for some  kind of government funding."  Two years ago, faced with  the need for reliable and consistent daycare for their children, a  group of young working parenls  in Halfmoon Bay banded  together to form Ihe Halfmoon  Bay Childcare Sociely.  After monlhs of hard work  which involved - among other  activities - moving a donated  building from Weldwood's logging camp in Clowholm, Ihey  sel up their centre on the  grounds of the elementary  school.  Claudia Doman said the five  teachers now provide care for  an average of 20 children a  month between the ages of 18  months and five years.  Although there were some startup grants from the government,  operating costs are bourne by  parents and she echoed Wray's  statement on the need for government funding.  The Teddy Bear Daycare in  Davis Bay was started by the  community association bul is  now run as a privale business by  Marg Pearson.  "They (the community association) didn't want lo look  after daycare," she said. "It  became too much of a hassle for  them and there were funding  difficulties. So they sold it to  the employees."  She is now faced with  upgrading a 50-year-old building which must conform to  provincial standards for daycare  centres.  "The community association  was going lo apply for a grant  (to do this)," she said, "but now,  with the change in government,  we don'l know what will happen."  Pearson said Ihere are some  parents who need daycare facilities yet can't afford the extra  costs.  "They make enough to get  by but not enough to pay for  daycare," she said. "I know that  happens with some of the after  school kids so ihey go home  rather than pay Ihe $10 a day.  ��?;\ North  ^-4 Oaks  767 Nortli Rd.,  (iibsons, B.C.  26 ADULT ORIENTED  SINGLE LEVEL  TOWNHOMES  Phase i&4  Now Starting  For more information  please call  Twin Oaks  Development Corp,  8864680  More facilities urgently required on Sunshine Coast  Sometimes they're supervised  by a neighbor and sometimes by  an older child."  Vicki Dobbyn, executive  director of the Sunshine Coast  Community Services Society,  said that although the society is  not directly involved with child  care services, their work wilh  families and a recent survey of  the needs of working mothers  have pointed out the need for  more services.  "The quality of the existing  services here is good," she said.  "Bul there is a need for more  centres and more flexibility.  "The major barrier for  women who want to take  advantage of higher paying jobs  - in irades, for instance - is flexibility. Right now there is nothing for women who are  employed in shift work. What is  needed is daycare facilities in  the work place.  "Before and after school care  is needed, too."  7 don't  doubt/or  one second  there is  a need...  but I  don't think  it's a  local issue.'  Dobbyn was critical of the  still common attitude against  working moth*"!  "It's a financial necessity,"  she commented. "The alternative is social assistance."  A program for young mothers who want to continue their  education has recently been set  up at Elphinstone Secondary  School. Flexible class scheduling allows mothers to care for  their babies in a nursery at the  schoc'.  Many working parents make  their own child care arrangements with families and neighbor;, with mothers of toddlers  often taking on the care of one  or two other children.  Although this kind of  arrangement doesn't require  provincial licensing, it usually  works well simply because it  happens within the well-known  boundaries of a family or neighborhood.  At a recenl Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD) meel  ing, directors look no action on  a request for a letter of support  from the city of Vancouver for  the Provincial Task Force on  Child Care.  Gibsons Mayor and SCRD  Director Eric Small, who voted  against the letter of support,  explained his position. He said  he had not read the report prepared by the task force and,  although he realized there was a  need for belter child care services, he was not sure the situation would be solved "by  throwing more money at it, and  possibly taking funding from  something else - for instance,  hospital care.  "Nor did I know where the  money would come from," he  added. "There are only so many  resources, and it is the role of  government to decide where  thev are best spent.  "1 don't doubt for one second there is a need (for better  day care). But I don't ihink it's  a local issue, it's something the  provinces should be dealing  with."  Area E Director Jim Gumey  also voted against supporting)  Ihe Vancouver initiative saying  money could be better spent  bolstering the family unit.  The task force called for a  clearly defined provincial child  care mandate which would provide capital funding, operating  grants and daycare subsidy rateq  and an increase in the incomel  exemption level.  Wray said local private day-i  care operators who belong to  the Sunshine Coast branch of  the Early Childhood Educators  of BC will be meeting soon iq  discuss ihe task force's recommendations.  "We'll be writing lots of let-'  lers," she declared.  "LUCKY SHOPPER" DAYS  SUNNYCREST MALL  Where happy/endings  HIGHWAY 101 rrf/ ��� '    a  UPPER GIBSONS, B.C.  WIN A WEEKLY  $100.00 SHOPPING SPREE!  WEEKLY DRAW UNTIL NOV. 30,1991  Enter as often as you like. Entry Forms arc available from any  Sunnycrest Mall Merchant. Contest runs for 4 weeks  3  MALL HOURS  9:30 am - 6 pm ��� Monday tp Salutday  9:30 am - 9 pm Friday  Select Stores: 11 am to 5 pm ��� Sunday  "Emily Perry"  1 st Week's  Winner  Sunnycrest Mall Merchants would  like to congratulate thTeir Lucky  Shopper "Emily Perry" as the 1st.  week's winner of a $100 shopping  spree of Sunnycrest Mall.  INTRODVCING  Valu  IN f Vf RY WAY  Expites 28 Feb. 1992  ����(Q)9S ��@ILILAia  Issued with purchase ot $50.00 or more.  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'Senior Discount  zd.\  Experience       JS  The Romance    A I  PHARMASAVE  GIBSONS I  dISt  news  Coast News, November 11, 1991        17  second  section  Anita Kehler of Showpiece  Frames helps artist Elizabeth  Scott hang the first show to be  presented at the new Wilson  Creek Plaza stoic. Scott and her  husband, Hal Lindhagen,  recently moved to the Sunshine  Coast. Their present show  comprises a series of handprinted  serigraphs. Joel Johnstone photo  Rotary Auction  ready for action  Have you been longing lately for a uoin of Beef? Or have  you had a hankering for a pair of Hip Waders?  The first Rotary TV Auction, sponsored by the Sechelt  and Gibsons Rotary Clubs, is the answer - and you can be  there without leaving the comfort of your Lazy-Boy chair.  The auction will be televised on Coast Cable Vision  (Channel 11) on Nov. 15. starting at 4:30 pm. With 225  items and services on the block, the audience will bid on  everything from a $500 shopping spree to a Bilge Pump;  from 200 pieces of lumber to a vet-visit for an unneutered  pet.  Category "B" items, valued from $28-$150 (see ad on  page ...) will be auctioned first and, at 7 pm, the higher  priced "B" items - some worth upward of $1000 - hit the  stage.  Whether it's a haircut or a ceramic furnace that's been  lacking in your life; or something you haven't even thought  of yet, you're bound to find it at the Rotary TV Auction.  To pre-bid on any items call 886-253 from 10 am-8 pm  until noon on Nov 15..  Proposed  golf course  now on track  by Rote Nicholson  The Olson brothers have fulfilled their obligations by the  October 31 deadline required by  the District of Sechelt and are  on track for their proposed golf  course.  Acting Administrator Art  Lew told aldermen at the  November 6 Council meeting  that there is $2.1 million committed to the project, and  $300,000 in letters of credit.  The next step is to complete  arrangements with the Department of Lands for Crown land,  and a lease agreement for a further 50 acres.  A recent announcement by  the new government which  would prohibit golf courses on  agricultural land is not expected  to affect the local project.  oAW ��pen  J.D.'s Cosy Corner  Gibsons Quay Bldg.  Molly's Reach Lane Entrance  Excellent quality consignment clothing, toys, books, etc.  for children. Also. ;i comer stocked with many  new craft items.  Consignments Welcome ��� 886-2177  J-aaiti. Cnamjiaant Juxuncn  Gibsona Motor Inn. Private Dining Doora  Sunday Nov. 24. 1991 11:00 am - 2:00 pm  $12.00 per Person  B&VP by Nov. 18, 1991  886-4778 ��� 886-3942  Opening  attracts  crowd  In what must have been the  biggest store opening in the history of the Sunshine Coast, be-  tweep 4,500 and 5,000 people  swanlped Gibsons' new Wool-  wbrtH on Wednesday - a turnout  a turnout that made the new  manager Ian Webber somewhat  frazzled but happy.  "We've had a really warm  reception from the people of the  Sunshine Coast," Webber told  the Coast News on the evening  of the November 6 opening,  "we've been made to feel welcome."  Webber, who transferred  from Port Alberni to manage  the new store, said the all the  shoppers were "incredibly  patient" while waiting in checkout lines that contained as many  as 60 people.  "We had a couple people  complain," he said, "but most  were really pleasant."  The success of the opening  wasn't as easy as appearances  would indicate; Webber credits  "a lot of hard work" on the part  of the store's management and  employees for the smoothness  of the operation saying it  wouldn't have happened on  schedule without an honest and  extra effort by all.  He added that he is excited  about the prospect of managing  the store and said he and his  family (wife and week-old  daughter) are impressed by the  beauty of the area and the  friendliness of the people.  Another Woolworth's employee drawn to the area by the  store's opening, is former long  time Gibsons resident Betty  Duncan.  Ms Duncan, who lived in  Gibsons for 20 years until she  moved to Kamloops in 1978,  says she's overjoyed at transferring back.  "I was excited when I heard  a Gibsons store was opening,"  she said, "My heart has always  been here."  Duncan said the turn out for  the opening impressed her and  allowed her to be reaquainted  with a number of old time  ftiends.  Canada's best selling car  Cavalier VL Sedan  keeps getting better  Cavalier sets high standards for family driving safety with these standard safety features:  O Anti-Lock Brakes - new for 1992, making Cavalier Canada's lowest priced car with ABS as standard equipment^  O Automatic door locks for improved family safety. O Brake/transmission shift interlock for added safety  when shifting out of "Park".  Builder Wanted  Builder with lot  wanted as partner  to erect, finish, and  sell 1700 sq.ft.  prefabricated cedar  home.  Phone:987-6233  Fax:985-6026  and better  Plus a best-selling package of features including:  OAir conditioning.^ 2.2 litre 4 cylinder engine with new Multi-Port Fuel Injection providing 110 horsepower -  16% more power than before. O Corrosion-resistant stainless steel exhaust. O AM/FM stereo radio with Extended  Range Sound. O Carpeted front and rear floor mats. Scotchgard ��� upholstery protection. O* Body side mouldings.  ODual sport mirrors (LH remote). 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Some condBoniapp*  Seeyour participating dealer tor complete dent  tBasrt on Manufacturers Suggested Ret* Meet  11998  Plus *475 Freight  LIMITED  TIME  OFFER  1 IH  Coast News, November 11, 1991  Inner Ear  presents  Dance  with  Nov. 16  at  Roberts Creek Hall  Tickets SI2.IKI  Outlets al  Sayward Hooks ��� Talewind Books  Robert's Creek Slore  Inner Ear Sludin (fUtft-9747)  Dancing 9-1  leisure  Steel drums, dancers captivate audience  Oy HH riNIUHT  The Raven's Cry Theatre  was filled to capacity last Saturday night for a concert featuring  the steel drum band Soul Survivor and the Theltna Gibson  Dancers.  The rhythms of calypso had  members of the audience tapping iheir toes and, as Ihe  evening progressed, it became  ining  uide  Yovgalt+miltofkmtiiamgtmim  A fating otnMtseWMtM and pubs  Featured Restaurant of the Week  Village   Restaurant  Cozy,  family  style  dining,  featuring  special  pasta  dishes,  steak and  sea/bod.  Daily lunch  and dinner  specials.  Breakfaat  served all day.  Fully licenced. Open 7 days a week:  Mon - Thurs, 7 AM - 8 PM, Fri - Sun, 7 AM ��� 9PM.  5665 Cowrie Slreel, Sechell   885-9811  IVlM/Mastercirdl  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant - Lunch and dinner  spcciiii every ilay Every Wednesday  nighi is Prime Ril> Ni>>hi House special-  tics Include veal dishes, steaks, seafood  pasta, pizza, Thai food ami lots ol NEW  ilislirs. Don't miss Andy's j>n'at Brunch  Bnltrl i-vrry Sunday from 11 am - 2:10  pm, Hwy mi. Qibsons, M6-3388. Open  Sunday and Monday 11 am - 9 pm,  Tuesday - Saturday 11 am ��� io pm.  The Boat House ��� lust��ferry ride away  in hriiuliful Horseshoe Day, nlfrritifi duly  choices ol Itcsh and Hash Iro/ni seafood  from the West, (List and Gull Coasts as  well as a vatiely of other specialties. Join  us alter 5 pm for dinner or for our spectacular .Sunday Brunch, served between  10:30 am and 2 prn. funnily service in a  relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals  ate jusl some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important  rendezvous ot a fetry to catch, please let  us know and we'll make the necessary  accommodations. f:or reservations call  921 -8188, All major ciedil cards accepted.  Cale Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere  with warm, helpful staff. Homemade pastas, quiches and daily spei iais are all prepared with die freshest in|tf��lii*nis . Uiili  healthful and delicious Our whole wheat  Itie.id and scrumptious desserts are baked  fresh daily, on the premises. Outside dining, take out orders for the bcadi and cappucino are available. The Coasts'*  bistro., as unique as the Coasl itself.  Monday to Saturday, 9 am - 5 pin. Closed  Sunday. Teredo Square, Sechell, Phone  ahead for your lunch1 885-9962.  Coast Club Cale ��� Bright, open, casual  dining for liteakfast and lunch l-'resh is  lite order of the day lor all of our menu  ileitis Biff buifiers, pasla dishes, Mexican  specials, sandwiches, salads and a variety  of daily feature! With a Eitro|M>an flail,  the Coast Club Cafe offers dining at reasonable prices Open from 6 am daily,  loin us for wrekend hnmch. 5519 Wharf  Ave., Sechell, 885-9344. Visa,  Mastercard and American Express acceded - seating for 60  Haid-A-Way Restaurant   Bring the  whole family am] join us for gtral dining  al the Haid-A-Way Restaurantin Gibsons  Molor Inn on Hwy. 101 at Park Rd. Our  friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant  atmosphere will add to your enjoyment of  our excellent breakfast, lunch ami dinner  menu, which includes a children's section We're open Sun. to Wed. from 5)0  am until 9 pm, and Thurs to Sat from  5:30 am until 10 pm Sunday our regular  breakfast menu is offered from 3:J0 -10  am. In addition we offer a fabulous  Sunday Buffet Brunch, 11 am - 2 to pm.  featuring a scrumptious salad bar, with a  large selection of hot am] cold dishes and  desserts Hal lo your heart's content,  Reservations 886-4501, 53 seats plus banquet room.  The Omega Pizza, Steak and Lobster  KOUM - With a perfect view of Gibsons  Marina, and a good time almosphere, the  Omega is a people-waichcr's paradise.  You'll often see Bruno Gertissl, former  <:tar of the Beachcombers, dining here.  Menu includes pizza, pasta, steaks and  seafood. Steaks and seafood are their specialties. BanqtKt facilities available Very  special children's menu. Average dinner  for two: $20. Reservations recommended.  Located in Gibsons Landing al 1538  Oower Poinl Rd. 886-2268. Open for  lunch Mon. - Fri., 11:30 ��� 2:50; dinner  daily 4 - 9 pm, Fri. A Sat., til 10 pm.  Village Restaurant ��� Cosy family style  cafe wilh an extensive menu featuring  special paata dishes, steak and seafood  dinners. Come in and check nut our daily  lunch and dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdsys are Prime Rib  nights, Fully licenced Open 7 days a  week, Mon - Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm; Fri.,  Sat & Sun., 7 am to 9 (int. 3665 Cowrie  Slteet, Sechell. 883-9811. Visa A  Mastercard accepted  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Creek House ��� Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yel  casual atmosphere We serve rack of  Iamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily medals. Reservations recommended Robert! ("reek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pin. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. Visa Sl  Mastercard 40 seats.  The Whart - Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  Seafood at its best Sunday Brunch from 8  ant ��� 2 pm. Fully licenced and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7283.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy tlie natural beauty  of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our  many homestyle specialties in tlte pub; or  the casual surroundings of our family  restaurant Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite. New  pub hours: Monday - Friday 11 30 -  11 30, Saturday and Sunday 11 in closing.  New kilchen hours: Monday - Friday  1100-7:34 Saturday and Sunday 11:30  to 8:10 Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub ��� Great  food every day all day. Appetisers and  full menu along wilh terrific daily specials, available 'til 9 pm evety night.  We're known for our greal aimosphrre  and giMMl times. Sun. - Ttiuis. open til  midnight, Fri. A Sat. open 'til I am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations accepted.  886-8171.  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and entrees  featuring local produce and fresh seafood  in a relaxed setting with ocean view  Average dinner foi two, $30 We're now  open Wednesday through Sunday, 12  noon iill II pm with our kitchen open  from noon till 8 pm. Pender Harbour,  883-1143, Mastercard A Visa. Fully  licenced  FINE DINING  Blue HerOft Im - Enjoy Ihe view nf East  Porpoise Bay from your table at the Blue  lleion Inn, located on the waterfront al  Porpoise Bay. Relax and enjoy a superb  dining experience. Reservaiions are  required for dinner. Winter bouts Tues -  Sua, I-tinch 11 am ��� 2 pm, dinner 5 pm.  883-3847.  The Terrace at Bonnlebrook - The  Terrace it Bonnlebrook, offers superb  West Coast cuisine in s picturesque ind  relaxing lodge selling. We offer fresh  local BC food, expertly prepared in a varied menu of appetizers, entrees ind  dessens. Follow Gower Point Road io  Ocean Beach Esplanade. Our hours ire:  Fri., Sat, Sun., 3:30 - 9:30 pm. To book  special events, please call 886-2887.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit l Omn'i Drtvt In. Tike ou, m  delivery. Plua, clinnm, salads, Imrgcre,  chicken, dewms, (limits, ice cream. Free I  home delivery within 4 miles, after 5 rm I  only, on $10 minimum orders. Small]  charfe for orders under $10 Hwy. 101,  Olhaons.116.7813.  more and more difficult io  refrain from getting right up  there and dancing alongside the  Thelma Gibson Dancers in their  colorful costumes.  We Canadians, being a fairly  inhibited people, kept to our  seals until the final presentation  started off wilh La Bamba.  Vocalist Thelma Gibson finally  managed to rouse this calm  audience into an almost frenzied  participation, on their feet, moving and clapping to the beat of  the drums and music. Some  were even brave enough to get  up on stage to do their things!  The band, comprised of five  sleel drums, lead guitar and regular drums along with lots of  synthesized backup, played a  remarkable selection of music  from calypso to reggae lo classical, including the Hungarian  Raphsody and the well known  Teddy Bear's Picnic, ll was a  very pleasing sound.  But il was ihe appearance of  the Thelma Gibson Dancers that  really livened things up. A  glamourously costumed Thelma  vocalised their opening number,  "Feclin' Hot - Real Hot", as the  dancers moved in graceful bare-  The Soul Survivors and the Thelma Gibson dancers brought Ihe audience to its feel al a recenl concert in  the Raven's Cry Thealre in Sechelt. Ruth Forrester pholo  fool rhythm showing off their  colorful costumes.  Solo calypso singer Krisilla  Evans was introduced, delighting the audience with her renditions, first in her own language  and ihen to English, of several  calypsos of the less known vari-  Our Gift Gallery  remains in beautiful  Gibsons Landing  II  jjjfj           ^l\  v  "���"'r>"m^Bn  mm  K>  1 r^^^mmkm*���'���''-v  ^u^ft^X  . rJOW^Pii.1  \  \h  OPEN HOUSE  SATURDAY  NOVEMBER 26  Featuring  LYALL NANSON  Watercolour  Artist  Hand Made Gifts ��� Pottery  Cards ��� Candles ��� Art Supplies  Come in soon for great  Gift Selection  mShow Piece Gallery m  280 Gower Poinl Road, Gibsons Landing ��� 886-9213  ety.  Following the grand finale of  Jamaica Farewell, the audience  left the thealre feeling uplifted  and happy, hoping thai more  such evenings of great entertainment will continue in this  very pleasant location - the  harmony hall  Raven's Cry Theatre.  Watch out for coming attractions of ihe Raven's Cry Theatre Society of the Performing  Arts which include one night of  Rocky Swanson in concert and  a night with the Powder Blues  Band. Dates will be announced.  Bridge Club in need  by BIN Wallaca  The regular activities of the  branch are now underway but  could all accommodate more  participants. Bridge, Monday at  1 pm, is particularly in need of  more players.  A  #*  Books... The  (.ifl That lists  ma**  yvmm  i��o3?lTNEY MILNeJ  Coast Books  dibsons   Landing  %* 886-7744 *.f  An in-costume Halloween  dance, with entertainment by  Nikki Weber was held on Nov.  9.  The monthly birthday tea  will be held on Nov. 26 at 3 pm.  Even if you don't have a birthday this monlh, come out and  help celebrate.  Christmas dinner tickets,  available lo members only,  wenl on sale on Nov. 4. There is  a limited number of tickets  available so if you don't have  yours phone Lilie al 886-9000  soon.  A trip to see the Leavenworth Festival of Lights is  planned for Dec. 1, 2 and 3.  This trip, with West Coast  Explorers, will cost $240.  For more information, call  Frankie at 886-3504.  The members of the branch  are very grateful to Len and  Sally Peace for building four  very handsome dan board  cases. These will provide pleasure lo ihe dart players for many  years to come, as well as decorate the wall on which they are  hung!  B - Sharp Music Presents Its Pre-Christmas  Promotion  at Sechelts  Trail Bay Centre  November 13-1 6th  All prices on new Lowrey and Hammond  organs, pre-owned instruments etc.  will include the GST at our expense  We can't be here for Boxing Day  - so we're bringing Boxing Day prices with us.  Trades are welcome and terms are available OAC.  B-SHARP MUSIC CENTRES  Lougheed Mall, Burnaby, 421-3937  Surrey Place Mall, Surrey, 581-8687  . ��� - ������  ������^IMii^MM Coast News, November 11, 1991        19  leisure  on the arts beat  in a nutshell  s. nutter  When you think about the war, which we do at this time of  course, you tend to think about the beginning or the ending.  The beginning scenes, the early training camps with nobody  really seeming to know what was up but a tyrannous bunch of  British corporals, seems to linger in the minds of many. I remember most, I ihink, Ihe end of it.  On V-E Day I was in an unusual situation but on known and  friendly territory. I was Air Force but on a submarine, and the submarine at this time was in Digby, Nova Scotia. The captain, a very  solid lad called Micky Wood, had had a secret signal the day  before saying Ihis was going to be V-E Day. He convened a small  conference.  The problem, as it was seen, was that there were some people  aboard who were totally ticked off. There were, in their terms, 43  men and four officers on the boat. I was new, of course, but the  rest of them had been moiling about in the Med. and around  Africa almost since the whole thing had started. Some of them -  led by the gun layer we thought - might have mutinied if they'd  known how to handle Ihe craft.  Not a cheery life down there  It had been a long war and no question it's not a cheery life  down Ihere. Some were a bit as you might say "strung out". The  question, when we discussed the V-E Day party, which had to happen the nexl day, was whether we should get everybody off, batten  down the hatches and throw a party in the Tea Cup Inn; or  whether we could make out with the obviously more sporting  alternative of throwing the party aboard.  I, however an under-sea anomaly, was accorded a vote and we  went for the parly aboard. Il was recognized, however firmly, by  Micky the Captain that an eye had be peeled for the potential trouble makers, particularly the gun-layer. We thought the thing to do  was to pour the strongest rum aboard, probably the strongest run  on Ihe planet at the time, and let the chips fall as they may. Sure  enough Ihe gun-layer was among the first to be assisted ashore.  Did we really celebrate the end of Ihe war? Or were we mainly  sitting nervously on a potential powder keg? I think we celebrated.  As time went on just the Old Sails remained on the boat, and we  were toasting the time with drinks of all nations. As, for example,  Yugoslavia. We didn't have Slivovitz in our small bar, but we  poured pepper into a glass of vodka, swirled it around and toasted  Tito.  The end of the war was a bash  We would have heen quite clear on our own if it had not been  for the wife of the captain of the nearby Canadian Naval base  Cornwallis, Mrs. Edwards came over lo us in a skimmer and,  since there was no sentry on the deck, just clambered down and  found us at it.  We tried to protect her from the more dangerous drinks but she  passed right out and we could not bring her to. We skimmed her  about on the Digby basin to bring her 'round in our skimmer to no  avail. Eventually we. carried her, one on either side, right Ihrough  the Cornwallis base, saluting with either arm, into the captain's  house, upstairs, laid her on a bed, took shoes, covered her with a  coverlet and made our escape.  I do not really apologize for this tale such as it is. From all I  hear the end of Ihe war was a bash whether in London, New York,  Katmandu or the little town of Digby (quite like Gibsons actually). There was a near riot in Halifax - which they deserved, to my  mind - but generally it was simply a party.  There was of course Ihe feeling, Ihe resolution, the belief in  some minds lhal Ihis would never happen again. We realized there  had been the same conviction at the end of World War I.  Sure enough there have been wars - some quite terrible wars -  since 1945. Bul Ihe big one, the one many thought inevitable, did  nol come off and as we move inlo the nineties it seems less and  less likely. Can it be that we are learning something along the  way?.  Georgia O'Keefe was one of the most original painters America ever produced. Her vivid  visual vocabulary - sensuous flowers, bleached  bones against red sky and earth - had a stinning,  profound and lasting influence on American art  in this century.  And O'Keefe's personal mystique is as  intriguing and enduring as her bold, brilliant  canvasses.  The Wednesday Night Art Contact program  will show a video of Georgia O'Keefe - The  Artist and Her Work on Nov. 13 at 7:30 pm at  the Arts Centre in Sechelt. Admission is $4.  Drama Workshop wilh Kerry Mahlman  This three-day workshop, Nov. 16,23 and 30,  9-11 am, will help children from 6-10 years to  explore what it feels like to be someone or  something other than themselves. Theatre  games, puppetry and improvisational skills will  be explored.  Instructor Kerry Malmahn teaches drama at  Chatelech High School. The Young at Art program, sponsored by the Sunshine Credit Union  and the Arts Council, is pleased to offer this  exciting workshop.  Register at the Arts Centre, 885-5412.  Jean Rysslad - Literary Reading Program  Jean Rysstad's collection of short stories,  Travelling In, has received much attention. She  has had a number of the stories aired as CBC  Momingside dramas, and one took a prize in last  year's CBC literary competition.  Rysstad, a former reporter, part time teacher,  cannery worker and writer, lives in Prince  Rupert with her husband, who is a fisherman,  and two children. She will be reading from her  work Friday Nov. 15 at 8 pm at the Arts Centre.  Admission is free, courtesy of the Canada  Council.  Anita Says  VhankOfou  To the following business  people for their help &  support in the opening  of her Wilson Creek Gallery  ��� Show Here Frames  (.nuly& Kubyn   ��� Am Ciraphic Original*  IJi/jhcih ft Hal  ��� IIk- Alternative   Alt   ���OwuUubCaft  Ion. I lla & Mike  -Sechelt Printers   Mike ft Ray   ��� All Occasion I liiwtt* A Plants  _        l.hffylft Uiuac   ���Nigel,Shane,ft Dad  Wilson Creek  Gallery  ���iltdlluv KH, Wilson Creek flan  885-0877  f  ll  "I  Up With People  earns accolades  Of MD IWIMUt  What can we say about the  'Up With People' show?  We can say "Wow! Fabulous! Wonderful! Uplifting!..."  and fill a page wilh such words  of praise, knowing that each and  every word is true.  For those of you who missed  the Up With People show, you  missed a very special occasion.  It was such a joy to see some  140 beautiful young people with  so much energy and talent on  stage and to find they were just  as charming when not performing.  During intermission we  spoke to some of Ihem, - outgoing friendly kids who were  enchanted by the Sunshine  Coast. They have travelled to  many countries and, as one  young lady from Kansas  remarked, "The air here is so  beautiful."  This is the 25th year of the  Up Wilh People show and its  Rythms-of-the-World theme  was well represented with selections from many countries.  Each one was so well done that  it is difficult lo say which lo  select as outstanding. There  were, however, some which are  worthy of special mention and  which particularly appealed.  The rendition of Beethoven's  Ode lo Joy, which began wilh a  solo voice, joined by a second,  then third, until gradually the  whole cast produced a glorious  song of hope for the world.  Classical concert features Coop  One of Canada's most  acclaimed pianists, Jane Coop,  will perform for the third of this  season's Countryside Concerts,  Sunday Nov. 17 at 2 pm at the  Twilight Theatre in Gibsons.  Her concert will include works  by Mozart, Chopin, Haydn and  Faure'.  Coop launched her career,  after studying with Anton Kuer-  ti and Leon Fleisher, by winning the Washington  International Piano Competition  and the CBC National Young  Performers' Competition. She  also won major awards at the  New York Artists' Guild, Maryland and Munich International  Competitions.  Musical America has called  Coop "a supremely gifted artist"  while The Washington Post  found her playing "completely  beguiling".  Several of her popular  recordings on the Skylark label  will be available for purchase  the day of the concert.  Tickets are $15 and can be  reserved by calling Betty Allen  at 886-2324 or Louise Baril at  885-4402.  QAVEN'6 CDY  THEATRE  presents  Friendly Cimntry Letiittn  Nov. Klh and Wit  Russ Clarke  6 Tlte Sunshine Ramblers  Friday Night Dinner  Baron of Beef  Saturday Night Dinner  Steak ��� Grilled New York  With All The Trimmings  Members & Qualified  GueBU^Velcome  MnaoliMM.fwnlna*  (Mr. #76083)  8864813 or 886-9984  The   D octor  Starring William Hurt  ��� Mature   Occasional  Scents of Surgery and Very Coarse Language  (SHOWTIMEiS: 8:00PM  /Sunday Matinee: 1.00PM, /  Sun. Nov. 10, Mon. Nov. 11, Tues. Nov. 12  TICKET PQIC&  I Adults $6 ��� Styd��nts $4.50  Seniors & Chilcjrefi Under Twelve $3  COtilNG  ...   ATTRACTION  N  DEAD AGAIN  STARRING  KENNETH BRANAGH  Nov. 17,18, & 19  Raven's Cry Theatre Located At  The theme throughout was  just that - hope - and these  young people are aware of what  a futile thing war is and thai we  are all equal regardless of race  or colour.  Yel an evening spent in the  company of such a group makes  us all feel the world is full of  great kids despite the fact we  hear so many negative statements about Ihe youth of loday.  We certainly came away from  the show feeling that, with the  awareness of the young, there is  indeed hope they just might  clean up the mess they have  inherited.  This show just kept moving.  No time wasted between numbers, non-stop music and dance  all perfectly choreographed and  limed. Musical accompaniment  was outstanding; a fine group of  musicians. Stage setting left  nothing to be desired and the  sound system couldn't have  been belter.  Sounds great, eh? Well, it  was, and Centra Gas is to be  commended for having sponsored this Nalural Energy Tour  which, in turn, supported the  Sunshine Coast Lifeline project  which' the Sechelt Rotary club  has undertaken.  lt will make Lifeline units  available lo residents to help  ongoing medical care; a personal response system which links  the user lo 24-hour assistance.  A very worthy cause.  THE SUNSHINE COAST MUSIC SOCIEfY     j  Anne of Green Gables Fundraiser   ;  LASAGNA DINNER  Saturday, November 16 ��� 6 p.m.  St. Bartholomew's Church, Gibsons  Featuring Great Entertainment and an Auction  Adults $10.00       Children < 12 and under) $5.00  Tickets on sale at:  Wishful Thinking, Lower (iibsons ��� Sayward Books, Sunnycrest Mall  NOW OPEN  to serve you  better  Same high calibre custom framing you  have come to know us for over the  last seven years.  Come and see our new facilities including  our new FRAME IT YOURSELF section  Show Piece Framesi  Wilson Creek Plaza  ���   885-9215  . I  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  PRESENTS  Coming   Soon  ONE  NIGHT  ONLY  I   I IV  Powder Blues Band  ON I    M(,  ONI  "\  MOVIM Itl.K  For your convenience   you  now can  purchase  and  reserve  tickets  at   Reflections in  Maderia   I'ark -8H3  2Ti ir> and  Sayward  Books  in   (iihsons    K8(i   'A(i'2(i 20      Coast News, November 11.1991  community  Hydro crews  at centre of  coast storms  A lineman's lot  "The wind, il rages,  the sky, it frowns,  who fixes the hydro lines  when they're torn down?"  ky Stuart IvrmM*  It's coming into the windy  season on the Sunshine Coast  and that means large trees  will soon be crashing down,  blocking roads and disrupting  the flow of electricity to  homes throughout the region.  Residents will curse the  darkness before lighting a  candle when the power goes  out. Then, each will pick up  the phone (for some reason  they always seem to work)  and dial BC Hydro.  The tone of the call can  range from righteous indignation to a meek inquiry as to  the source of the power problem but the controlled  response from the other end is  usually the same..."crews are  working on it."  Late last month, the Coast  News interviewed BC Hydro  lineman Don MacLeod 'on-  the-job' to find out how his  company operates during and  'Electricity  is unforgiving  - one mistake  when  you're tired  or not  thinking  and you've  had it.'  after the bad storms that hit  the Coast around this time of  year.  "That was a rough one,"  said MacLeod of the pounding winds the area withstood  on October 16.  "There was probably more  damage done in that two hour  storm than was done all last  year. And that was a fairly  bad year."  MacLeod said the first  priority under such conditions  is to get the sub-stations that  provide power to the towns  running. Then it becomes  piece-work to get individual  lines working again.  "Sometimes that's a losing  Ice Skates?  Still A Feiv Pairs Left  GIBSONS  Donations    846-2488 or Box 598  o  battle in a wind storm,"  MacLeod said about fixing  the individual lines, "trees are  bringing them down faster  than we can put them up."  He admits that linemen on  the Coast (and the entire  province) are stretched pretty  thin; there is but one five  member crew to keep the  electricity flowing from Port  Mellon to Egmont.  "There used to be 16 guys  working the Coast," MacLeod  told the Coast News, "that  was in 1978, before (BC  Hydro) started making cut  backs."  He said the current crew  of five are comfortable with  the situation but noted they  are often required to labour as  ^   ^   ^   ^   ^A   ^*   ^  \  \  \  \  J.WAYNE ROWE  ANNOUNCES ITS  NEW LOCATION  AT  #6-771 HWY 101,  GIBSONS  (KERN'S PLAZA  LOWER LEVEL)  EFFECTIVE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12  ^  NEW MAILING ADDRESS IS  BOX 1880, GIBSONS, B.C.  VON IVO  Phone: 886-2029  Fax: 886-9191  V  \  V  V  V  \  V  V  K V *^ f  f  'I don't think  there's a guy  on the crew  who hasn't  had a tree  come down  within two  or three  spans of htm.'  long as 16 hours n day in all  conceivable types of weather  to get a given job completed  and ensure Coasl residents  can watch TV, turn up the  heat, cook supper, or do any  of the hundreds of household  , tasks thai demand electricity.  He added, however, that  crews are called in from outside the area to help wilh  major outages and emergencies.  "(On October 16) three  crews were brought in to  deal with the damage, two  from Vancouver and one from  Powell River." MacLeod said.  Aside from long hours and  inclement weather, there are  the hazards of the job itself.  According to MacLeod, the  average over-head power line  runs about 25,000 volts of  energy.  "Electricity is unforgiving," says MacLeod, "one  mistake when you're tired or  not thinking and you've had  it."  He tells of friends and fellow workers who have been  maimed, crippled or killed  through one brief moment of  carelessness.  BC Hydra  In addition to the awesome  force of electricity, there are  natural occurrences just as  deadly. The same winds that  topple trees onto power lines  can bring a tree or branch  smashing down on a lineman,  especially if he's immobile  and stuck at the top of a pole  trying to repair a line.  "I don't think there's a guy  on the crew who hasn't had a  tree come down within two or  Elphinstone  Secondary  -News���  REPORT CARDS / INTERVIEWS  Report cards will be handed oul to students on November 13.  Parent-teacher interviews will follow: 2:20 - 3:20 pm  November 19 22. and 7:30 ��� 9:00 pm on November 19. Call  886 2204 loi appointments.  GRAD PARENTS' MEETING  On November 20 at 7:30 pm in the cafeteria there will be an  important meetinq ol the paients ol this year's grad class. All  grad parents are invitsd to attend  DRUG ABUSE : SURE-FIRE INDICATORS  For the last 2 weeks we have listed subtle indicators of drug-  abuse. At parent's request, we now include some sure fire  indicators:  ��� possession ol large amounts ol money  ��� repeatedly blood shot eyes  ��� dilated or pin point pupils  ��� defending peers' right lo use drugs  ��� puffy or droopy eyelids lhat partially hang over the iris  DATING VIOLENCE PRESENTATION  Dating violence presentations are planned to begin Nov. 14. If  you require lurther information, please call Ms. Barents al the  school.  Don MacLeod  three spans of him,"  MacLeod says.  One thing that makes the  working conditions and dangers more bearable, according  to MacLeod, is working with  a crew that can be relied upon  and that works when the  "work needs doing."  He believes the Sunshine  Coast has such a group in its  five member BC Hydro crew.  They are linemen from all  over the country, banded together by a common employer and common skills, who  have evolved into a functioning team by sticking together.  "The two newest guys to  the crew (not to the trade)  started about four years ago,"  MacLeod said, " the rest of us  have been together for around  15 years."  The crew is destined, it  would seem from talking to  MacLeod, to continue as a  cohesive unit for a long time  to come, keeping the Coast's  power running and picking up  the pieces after the storms.  Portable  TOllll  ��� Construction Sites!  ��� Special Events  ��� Outdoor Picnics  ��� Weddings, etc.  AIM:  8��ptlc Tank Pumping  Bonnitbrook  Industries  ������7064 Coast News, November 11, 1991       21  sports  Goalie for the Sunshine Coast Sharks, Todd Brown, held the  Burnaby Ringers to a tie-game for two and a half periods at the  Sechelt arena on Saturday night. The score stood at 4-4 until the  last nine minutes of the game. But in spite of an intense effort  by the local team, the Bingers banged their way to a 6-4 victory.  This weekend the Sharks are off to Seattle..Next home game is  Nov. 22. Joel Johnstone photo  Pigs' rugby win  comes at a price  Sure hope you were out this past Saturday. We were - against Trojans RFC.  Remember, get back out there Nov. 16, 11:30 am, Elphi upper  field. Last home "league" game. Cheer on those Pigs!  Victory last Saturday came at a price. Oul to the University  Endowment Lands we travelled. For the return match we suited up  and prepared for a challenge, knowing full well the lads of UBC  would be wanting to make up for their game on our soil - we won 52-  9!  From the outset it was a tremendous effort by both sides. The  strength of youth proved early on il would be a fast-paced, energetic  match to participate in. The scrums were equal in win/lose, the line-  outs were UBC dominated and the second phase ball was pretty much  shared.  Working hard to improve  The UBC lads got on top of the Pigs and pressured quite hardily  throughout. UBC went ahead 3-0 on a penalty, shortly after Troy  "Boots" Meyers equalized. The first half ended with two penalties  apiece. Not much scoring for such hard work. There are still some  flaws in the Pigs' attack, but eveiyone is working hard to improve.  The price paid came in the second half; when the Pigs were now in  a more spirited mood, meaning they got their butts in gear, and were  forcing the play, making more use of their size (what size?). Steve  Rhodes and partner Brad "Big" Beggs, along with Ray "Keg" Dow,  started to take on the opposition and drive forward. Too bad it had to  end for the "Big" Beggs.  On top of Ihe play  Making a tremendous charge upfield, Ihe huge body moved, coming finally into contact with his opposite number. The collision was  thunderous. A loose play formed and departed while the two large  men lay on the ground writhing in pain. One came out with a bit of  star-gazing (concussion); the other with a broken ankle. Ouch! Rugby  is not always so kind! Ed of UBC will play again next weekend.  "Big" will not. It Is disappointing to lose a player just coming into  fine form. Anyway, enough whine with the cheese.  The blues were on lop of the play, but UBC was a persistent unit.  Fortunate as they were, the backs provided some scoring punch followed closely by those pesky Mighty Mites. A couple of trys were  scored by raw power as Roger "Bull" Plourde and Nathan "Buckwheat" McRae showed some super force in putting scores on the  board. The end result: Pigs 30, UBC 16. The second spell was a much  improved performance and showed some mettle! All in all, the boys  are definitely proving that rugby is back on track on the Sunshine  Coast.  Remember, Nov. 16 at home is EXB-Lions and on Sunday Nov.  25 the Campbell River RFC are coming to our find lands to do battle.  Kick-off will be as usual, with a reception afterward at the club.  Hope to see you there! Oink! Oink!  TIDE TABLES  Mon  Tim. Ht.FI.  ���^50 3~5  11   9.40 14 9  MO  3:40 11.1  7:05 11.8  Fri   Tim Ht.Ft.  ��55    To  1512:25   14.3  FR  7:30     8.4  Tuu Tlmt Ht.Ft.  2^30 4~3  12 10:25 14.7  IU  4:50 10.8  8:00 11.3  SM   Tim Ht.FI.  12:30 106  16  5:55 7.9  SA 12:55 14.2  8:05 7.2  W��d Tiro HI. Ft.  3:15 5.1  1311:10 14.5  WE  6:00 10.2  9:15 10.7  Sun Tim Ht.FI.  1:55 112  17  7:05 8.8  SU   1:25 14.1  8:35 5.9  ThuraTkn* Ht.FI.  AM 6."1  14 11:50 14.4  TH 6:50 9.4  10:50 10.4  2  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson   F��s��oo*un^Nrowi.*i  n..Hi. ci.mj.hJ ti���._ 1 **.40mln. pkii Smln. lor Mchfl. olrito  Pacific Standard Time m 7 n*, i<�� each n oi m  Tide Tables courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138 Sechelt ��� 885-1919  Slide depends on perfect balance  by Harry Tumar  Perfect balance is the ultimate in a curling slide and, until  you achieve it, there will be  problems with the accuracy of  your delivery. The slide and its  various components are crucial  to accuracy.  Earlier articles covered the  positions of the slider foot and  the throwing arm. Equally critical is the position of the broom  arm.  Stretch the broom arm out  comfortably from the body with  the broom handle running  toward the small of the back or  pull the broom into the body,  again with the handle running  toward the small of the back.  fowling scons  Either of these two positions is  considered acceptable.  Ideally, the broom should be  riding close to the surface of the  ice without actually touching so  it may be used for balance when  required. Seldom do curlers  achieve this perfect broom positioning so the broom usually  rides the surface of the ice  alongside the curler. This is  alright as long as the broom is  riding lightly and does not pull  you off line.  When the body comes forward from the hack, the broom  should be positioned with the  shaft running toward the small  of the back and the tip running  Scores lo Nov. 3 are as follows:  Classic: Debbie Davidson 219-856; Hazel Skytte 280-861; Bev  Drombolis 264-903; Glen Hanchar 242-906; and Larry Wannamaker  282-929.  (i.A. Swingers: Grace Gilchrist 225-629; Eileen Johnson 232-653;  and Cliff Norton 271-609.  (iibsons 'A': Rita Robson 216-624; Earl Chamberlain 323-711; and  Rick Nelson 266-740.  Slough-olTs: Brenda Husband 231-646; Belva Hauka 294-661; and  Darlene Humbird 280-702.  Ball & Chain: Pam Lumsden 252-675; Gloria Tourigny 268-678;  and Sue Whiting 260-679.  Sechell (i.A.'s: Joan Ross 275-702; Merle Hately 324-755 & 315-  717; Don Webster 281-646; and Andy Leslie 243-652.  YBC Peewees: Sara Hook 106-210; Jamie Humbird 146-215; Jesse  Storvold 134-238; and Jesse Rowe 137-264.  Hanlams: Brandon Turenne 147-402.  Juniors: Sherlyn Hood 169-481; and Kris Roepke-Todd 277-633.  along the top of the ice. The  broom handle should be at right  angles to the body and tucked  under the elbow. The brush end  should be pointing slightly  ahead at all times. The furthest  back the broom should be during the slide is even with the  sliding foot.  Your head, trunk and shoulders should be in a fairly  upright position, squared to the  ice and aimed in the direction of  the skips broom, which is the  target you are to shoot at. Your  eyes should be glued to the target and should remain that way  throughout your delivery.  Again, try not to look down at  the ice or the rock.  It is important the broom not  drag so heavily along the ice  surface that you are being  pulled off the target by the friction of the broom. If your body,  shoulders and head are not  squarely aimed at the broom  after your release of the stone,  chances are you are leaning too  heavily on your broom.  We are still looking for  curlers interested in joining the  Wednesday evening mixed  league and the Tuesday Mens.  The Friday night mixed league  is very successful and over subscribed.  If you are interested and  think you might like to get some  exercise, call John at the club,  886-7512.  Just a reminder that if you  want to join us for a winter of  curling, just come up to the club  on the night you wish to curl or  phone the club. For a small $5  fee per session, you might consider sparing - either to learn the  game or to reintroduce yourself  to the sport. We welcome any  newcomers to the club. It's a  great way to get some exercise  and find some new friends in  the community.  We always have room for  more curlers and new friends.  SKATE  SHARPENING  AND REPAIR  Hockey  Figure - Dance   -wl.  Patch & Combo    ��?  Blade Profiling  (Rockering)  Blade Repairs  and Replacement  TRAIL BAV  SPORTS  MONSAT. 9:30-5:30  FRI. 9:30-9:00.  Closed Sunday  SWIMMING POOL SCHEDULE  Mondays ft Wedsnesdeys;  Early Bird 6:30-8:30  Aqua Fit  Parent ft Tot  Noon Swim  Lessons  Swm Club  9:00-10:00  10:30-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-7:30  7:304:30  Tuesdays ft Thursdays;  Senior Fitness 10:00-11:00  Lengths Only/Masters 8:30-10:00  Senior Swim  Adapted Aquatic  Lesions  Adult Lessons  Public  11:00-12:00  2:30-3:30  3:30-5:30  5:30-6:00  6:00-8:00  Fridays;  Early Bird  Aqua Fit  Senior Swim  Noon Swim  Swm Club  Public  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:00-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-5:30  5:30-7:30  Saturday;  Public  Public  2:00-4:00  5:00-7:00  Sunday;  Family  Public  Qibsons Pool will bt hosting a NLS/AEC course In  Nov. 91. Pre-rtqulslte    Bronn Cross ft 16 years  elaoe.Formoi��lnto��matlonon oourea dale, times,  ���ndCes, phone Lynn <t Gibsons Pool (8864416)  or leave message at 885-3716.  Gibsons Swimming Pool  886-9415 12       Coast News, November 11, 1991  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mi in  In S-b Ml. 8*. Sun. 10-1/  f   SUtlC0ASTT*E4��CHA*tAUTb   ^   DtUgmtwTInspaclton PacMty   KALttTIRE  If ive sell it...we guarantee it!  5633 Wharf Road, Sechelt ��� 885-7M7  V ;4il3 EMJBOENCV StHVICi   SSS-US4  (604) 885-7576\  Messages 885-5281  kitt evans  Construction  Forest  ISYemlnFOUNIMtTOIIS ��� FRMMNfi ��� RENOVATORS  Swanson's  Ready Min Ltd.   [Vntth i     ���_Aumimi ,     , fin ���,  M5-HW     I LMVS3M)   ilK-MM.  3 Batch Rants on m* Sunshine Coast  Gbsons Sacheit Pander Harbour  ���o�� 1T>, a41TBurnatWd.. 6aohaH ,j  'A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  . Excavating - Backfilling - Retaining Walls ���  . Trenching > Lsndscspe Construction ��� Drainage <  886-8538  24 Hour  Service  Box 1221. Oibsona  BC VON IVO  ��� SECHELT RADIATORS ���  Sm\ < ninlilele Outline System Senile Centre  Wc Repair is KrpUr kails. drain Com It (las Tanks  Al KIS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, UsmI S Rebuilt ��� I'iik im & Mlmy  4349 S.C. Hwy  ^  j  Across from Sunshine CM  Mon. - Sat.  8853986,  f PENN \  Performance & Mechanical  Complete Mechanical Repairs  All Makes & Models  Specializing in Complete  Drive Train Overhauls,  4X4 Performance  Paris & Accessories  Mon. - Fri. - 8:30 - 5:00   Sat. 9 - 2  JEFF MATHERS 885-5711  ^ 591P Sechelt Inlet Rd . Sechell. BC VON 1V0  T.A.C.  Electrical & Plumbing  Residential - Commercial  Waler Heaters ��� Electric Heal  Conlmctois Lie NO. 6644  886-3344*886-3364  All typM of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs ��� smooth, broomed,  exposed aqqreqate linishing.  iQMlHTOawlsWs*; tmrnaammfj  ��� Selective Logging �� ji  ��� Marine Contracting _  - Slump Removals    . sand & Gravel Deliveries  - Purchase Timber GABY 886-9585  TWIN CREEKS MARINE LTD.  BILL 886-8361 -.  DEPENDABLE  DRYWALL  RESIDENTIAL ��� COMMERCIAL  All (>w Vrhkln.  QIBSONS SflND  & GRAVEL LTD.  Office: 886-8511  I***   Cell: 328 7117  Res: 885-2008  ^ BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING K        A  . Septic Fields ���  > Drainage - Excavation  . Water Lines      ��� Rock Walls  ��� Landscape Construction -  ��� Call 886-3977 J  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  STEEL STUDS.    I  I1AKS! SUSr  FREE ESTIMATES  Merle 885 7226 Cellular 328 5699  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  DIRECT DRYWALL SYSTEMS  BOARDING - TAPING ��� TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Homes & Townhouses - Additions - Renovations  PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ��� FREE ESTIMATES  Cellular 671-3754 Home 116-8657  Hon Hovden Gerald R McConneii  mXbi  Residential 8t Commercial  Com traction  Renovations ��� Additions  Roberts Creek. B.C.  CONSTRUCTION  Free Estimates call 885-2887  \ Mackenzie Excavating LttL  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  Cill 886-2622(Gihsons)  885-3930{Sechelt) 1  M,VKA%��K. ,*Vft.V.V V *v ������:  CONCRETE SERVICES  IM* Clectrit  Laity J  For Prolessional & Courteous Service  ML 1-12749 WantodilM.il.    FAX/rMK MMM  Madeira Pak, I.C. WN 2H0      toi.lh.1M11  AIT ENTERPRISES: Construction Services  Serving The Coasf Since. 198b  ���.:.    ������      .ajft.       ��� CUSTOM HOMES  "'   ���'   '-"'       .ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  aae-aaaa  T. WONO, BOX 791, QIBSONS, B.C. VON IVO  Bit or Small We Do Them All  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  For All Youi Diywall Needs  Please Call: 886-9204  ;N  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand li Gravel  C    CONCRETE  o  SECHELTPLANT  885-7180  4$*m*f  U'  StaVlfiiGlHlSVMHtNl COAST}  muim^i       GIB.s��NLP,Lr  cunes. etc 886-8174  MIDWAY-POWER-UNJ  "SERVICES LTD;  jCT/IID  1    /Priva  .     1    Reo.  Private & Industrial Electrical Contractor  High & Low Voltage Power Lines  Reg. No. 16135~  886-3558 |3  CELLULAR jjj  240-6314    j^|  W* dig tha aunahlna Coaatl  STK EXCAVATING LTD. ^  Land Clearing ��� Top So/7 ��� Grave/    *. ,  ��� Retaining Walls ��� ere. %)��' ���  Serving the Coast lor 20 Years  "We pride ourselves on punctuality."  BOBGUBNEV  .    M6J020 BOK179I, GIBSONS. BCV0N1V0  -883-9483.  M.J.J. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, I ASIA, Sullen  CEDAR SIDING  Fred Corker  il ..in- Menage)  Plione 8856065  PO Bin 1596  Sechdt, B.C.  VON 3A0  COAST CONCRETE _,  PUMPING & FOUNDATIONS CI  ��� Pumping ��� Forming ��� /'  ��� Placing ��� Finishing- /  Full Service to the Peninsula        . .^sgfc.  885-5537    Call John Parlon  EXCAVATING  CHAR'S  BULLDOZING  EXCAVATIONS & GRAVEL ftSfi.Qf)R1  LAND CLEARING rHARORDAVE  VROAU BUILDING CHABOK1JAVK,  CONSTRUCTION  Excavation, Sewer,  Water, Grading,  Subdivision Design  and Development  886-2182 or 885-9840  Askward Contracting  QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING   885-6443;  h'UW-ICONCRETE  CONCRETE PUMP TRUCKS  CONCRETE FINISHING OF FLOORS  DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, SIDEWALKS  For quality work, call us!  ���7022  Fosfroc BACKHOE  SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES Col <H ��4  .clearing Steve Jones    886-8269  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  POMFRET  CONSTRUCTION  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  k BR2 841 C5, Gibsona, B.C. V0N-1V0   Phone: 886-6900 .  Peninsula Glass  & Aluminum  706 Hwy. 101, Gibbons 886-8580  24hr. Commercial Emergency   886-4723;  JT O ^v>      CLIP & SAVE \  iPbcfgrrigs Schedule '  f   ALPINE TRUSS CO. LTD.   A  1023 VENTURE WAY, GIBSONS, B.C.  SK (17 RRI, GIBSONS. B.C., VON IVO  886-8233 FAX:886-8224  ROOFING  Specializing in all types ot  FREE      commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886-2087'eves. ��������  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling * Framing  Foundations ��� Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  ri 11(634 Ron Achnon 886-86*6 jit* 600pm  VANCOUVER   SECHELT PCNINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY-I.ANGOALE  ��  JERVIS INLET  EARLb CUVt    3ALICHTBAT  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 M'       4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M fllnollt Mivwck Rut  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7 30 am      3:30 pm  9.30 M        5:30 M  11.30 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  820 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25pmM 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 M  7:35  9:25 M  11:30  3:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:30  The Sunshine Coast Cab Company Ltd.  886-7337 885-3666  QIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1 vii North Rd., Seacot,  Fletcher, Qowar PI., Franklin, Marina Or.  ROUTE 2 via Pratt, Chaster, King, Veterans.  101, Woodcrtafc P>., S.C. Tr. Pt.   Depart     '5:45 am 1:45 pm  Mall 7:45 3:45  9:45 5:45  11:45 7:45  Oaparl  Langdale  Terminal  8 Mam  1011  12.11pm  2:08  411  611  8 08  Depart  Mall  7:30 am  ���1100  12.25  4:25  6 20  7.45 4:40  11:28        6:40  12 40  'No 5:45a.m. run Sat., Sun., or HoUdaya  NOTE: Shoppers Loop lv. Mall 10:45e.m, 12:45I2:45p.m., Mon. ��� Sal.  Inlo., Comments, Suggestions ��� 886-9318  ���11:00 a.m. routes via Bonnlebrook, Gower Pt.  NOTE: No 5:30 am or 7:30 ant service Saturdays, Sundays or  Holidays  These transportation schedules sponsored by  SukcooaI Agencies  INSURANCE TRAVEL  886-2000 886-9255  Red Carpal Service From Friendly Professionals in Sunnycrest Hall, Qlbaona.  Insurance Av,  Quttpkvi UjaT  Notary  Trmi  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CUSS  COMMERCIAL t, RESIDENTIAL  THE  IMPROV7ER M5^  UtX IIALFMOON BAY  CENTURY ROCK  885-5910  Licensed & Bonded  PARKYN BAY CONTACTING LTD.  F.B. WOODROW  estimates Given ��� Reasonable Kates  Gas Installation & Sert'lce  Rm: (604) 5884707 Propana*  or Toll ft��� Pigor: 19704371 Natural Qoi .  AJ. CONTRACTING  Roofing ��� Insulation ��� Painting  Concrete ��� Vinyl Siding  Free Estimates  8864994  mm^mmm Coast News, November 11, 1991       23  Baha'i  Faith  Tlw Baku (cachings mm|  itot onl\ to ilu- spirit of  man, but to (lie heart...  JOR INFORMATION  Call :886-2078  or 885-7259  business  Ride out wild interest rate swings  by investing over three-year terms  EXTRA/ EXTRA! I  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Retirement and Insurance Planning Since 1982  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ��� LK. Chambers, CLU  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800-663-2051  Uutul funds lin-iiif wilh  (iuudun iittmf of Funds Ud.  CHAMBERS  byN.*.(IMI)S  Each time the Bank of Canada begins to shift interest fates,  a shudder goes through us all. It  signals another period of guessing, weighing borrowing needs  against the prospect of getting  caught in a credit squeeze.  Nowhere is this more  frustrating than with a mortgage  decision. As a branch manager,  I'd like to give you a formula  that would help you, but I know  from experience there's no  magic to it. Deciding the term  of your mortgage in a volatile  Sunshine Coast  ICES  DIRECT  HEATING  MARINE SERVICES  fSECHELT FIRE PLACE LTOl  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD      IgJt]  Complete Sales 8t Installations  SHOWROOM Op��n Tuw.-Sat.  5631 Whart Rd., BM-T171  > Divtr  'Beat  coccrell's Marine service"  SERVICb TO ALL MAKES ���   Located at 1051 Sunshine Coast Hwy.  Next to Kenmac Parts  SHOP Ili-lOOS RES. IIS-I4I0  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Ouality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across Sl.  trom Big Mac's, Sechell  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  3������L_  Your Full Floor Covering store  "Quality A Service With a Friendly Smile"  Free Estimate - M5-3M6 - Tom Styles  MOS 8tf��t*�� Cowl t*y..8td��IIVCH3A0  ,|()V\IRII()MI.SKR\l(i;S  SSd-4730         i'io��   Ol* ' ' Sail Wotei licences Xlj  ' Moid f. Campsites ' Water Taxi ���  ' M.tiinr Repairs'      * Ice and Tackle        883-2266.  &.  mccaneer  Marina tf Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 1 C Theritj^lass S,  Cobra Boils now  In-Stock  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  The Floor Store at Your Door  With Free In-Home Shopping  Hardwood ��� Ceramics ��� Wall Tiles ��� Glass Tiles  Ana Rugs ��� Carpets ��� Linoleum ��� Floor Tiles ��� Marble  Glass Blocks  885-3582 - 886-8868  Mon- Sal. 9:30-5:00pm  Showroom 4349 Hwy. 101 Wilson Creek  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICER  PimlAm   r,,llinn ^inifin  , Beams  jUJ  Custom Cutting > Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts &  Chria Napper 886-3468  R.R.M, S6, C78,  yoibaont, B.C. VON IVO  MAID IN THE SHADE  Hourly ft Flat Kates  Experienced ft Bonded  Cleaning Products Supplied  886-H410-Karen- (iihsons ft Sechelt  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  LANDSCAPING   ���ji^p���  873 Payne Rd., Qibsons eaMlQl  S & G TREE SERVICE  .'"^AiTopptnfl * Trimming 'Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  f99W Danger Tree Removal  1  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  Highway 101, Bon 2549. SecheH, B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone (604) 885-5756 ��� Fax (604) 8852756  PROFESSIONAL SERVICES  ARE YOU PAYING AN ACCOUNTANT TO DO  A BOOKKEEPER'S JOB?  Savr ftyu IIIM*- .lllll UlTiiiilHiHII'i n>MS llV IISIIIR H  yUAUFlED. AFFORDABLE, freelance bookkeeper  ��� BccrivaMM/nyablei ��� htyrotl ��� Recondliauotu ��� Synoptic ���  ��� stntrnH'iH PrtparaUotu - Mnnility/Wn-kiy ��� Pickup and Dellveqr  Vp to *��M. amuwM r*xj**tm QAP   AAAA  n��U8lHiMI<iMi��ltM       O0^OO*J0  -gNYPAINTMog^  TOP QUALITY PAINTING  REASONABLE RATES  CUSTOMER SATISFACTION 886-8757,  SUNSHINS KITCHEN  . CABINETS .  889-9411  Jshowroom Kern's Pteza.Hwy tot'  Open Tuaaday to Saturday 10-4 pm J  ITR8T CANADIAN ACCOUNTING SERVICES  HON. ��� SAT. 8:0O-S:0OPM SUN. 10:00-2:OOFM  1��08M  Decide what is most important to you,  then see if you can afford the payments  interest rate period is, in the  end, a matter of common sense.  How Terms Have Changed  Mortgage terms have always  been a good indication of economic conditions. In our parents' day, when interest rates  were stable, they could depend  on 25 and 30-year terms which  made financial planning much  simpler. Only in the last 10  years have we seen the economy buffeted by the kind of  uncertainty we see today.  The first thing to consider  when deciding on the best term  during a volatile rate period is  what is most important to you.  Some homeowners prefer the  security of a longer term with  both a fixed interest and a fixed  payment. Peace of mind is more  important to them than the possible interest savings from selecting a shorter term with the  potential of renewing later at a  lower interest rate.  The overriding consideration  should be affordability. Unless  your budgel can absorb possible  'When rates  begin to  rise or fall,  borrowers  want flexibility  -particularly  on term.'  future increases in payment, a  shorter term mortgage may  prove unwise. On the other  hand, if you can handle even  substantial mortgage and pay-  1  ,:.���>'   1  ,���#1  1  /  ma-  Jl  -4J  -K  k^B^^B  !r  .r*  f     iLii  These 58' trusses, built by Alpine  Truss Ltd., are the largest ever built  on the Sunshine Coast. Alpine Truss  have also built the trusses for the  Mazda Dealership in Wilson Creek  and the Kiwanis Housing Unit in  Gibsons.  If You're Thinking of Building,  you Can Put Your Truss in Us.  ALPINE TRUSS CO. LTD.  ment increases, you will be attracted to a shorter term -  perhaps as short as six months.  Responding to Ihe Market  The wide variety of features  and options on mortgages is re-  ally a reflection of what the  market has demanded over the  past several years. When rates  begin to rise or fall, borrowers  want flexibility - particularly on  term - so they have more control over their debt load. That is  why we're seeing even six-  month terms that give us the  ability to mange our repayments  in an extremely volatile interest  rate period.  The Term to Choose  Generally speaking, when  rates look as if they're on the  way up, homeowners tend to go  longer term to lock in the lower  rate. But if rates look stable or  are expected to come down, it's  natural to lean toward a shorter  term and the chance that, at the  end, there could be an even better rate. Whatever the rate,  knowing how much you can  afford to pay each month is the  critical factor.  The Six-Month Term  A short -term rate can be attractive. For the borrower who  wants time to watch the rates  before locking in, and who is  fairly flexible as to payment  size, it is a very useful option.  Some institutions may offer  incentive rates for this short  term. Again, be sure you can  afford the payment increase if  the discounted rate is not available at renewal.  A General Rule  Probably the best way to  deal with volatile interest rates  is this: If you can carry a  monthly payment it's advisable  to consider locking in for'at  least three years. Don't forget,  with yearly increases in salary,  your disposable income will  likely increase while your mortgage payments remain stable.  That could even give you the  opportunity to save toward  making lump-sum payments  against principal. Many lenders  will allow this without penalty.  It can eventually reduce your  debt load considerably.  1023 VENTURE WAY, CIBSONS. B.C.  S8 CI7 RM, GIBSONS. B.C., VON IVO  886-8233 FAX:886-8224  THE  1992  TIDE  TABLES  BOOKLET  is being prepared for publication by the  Coast News. A few spaces are still  available to promote your business.  If you are interested in being included in  this well-read booklet, please  call Janice at 885-3930.  COTSt  Sechelt: 885-3930  Sechelt Fax: 885-3954  r  ������tl  :  \  I  - ������ 24       Coast News, November 11, 1991  Community Futures drafting action plan  The minister of Employment  and Immigration, Bernard Val-  court, announced last week thai  funding for the the Community  Futures Program will be extended another five years beyond  the initial six year period. The  overwhelming success of the  national program was cited as  the key reason for the  announcement.  On the local scene, the Sunshine Coast Community Futures  Association has been active  since its inception in September  1987. Established to counterbalance the local high level of  unemployment, the association  consists of volunteers committed to the belief that community  economic development activity  can make a significant contribution to local job creation.  This is the organization's  fifth year of service and it will  be led this year by president  Reagan Chilton, vice-president  Neil Scribner and treasurer  Lynda Olsen.  Armed with a series of programs from Employmenl and  Immigration Canada, the Community Futures Association is  proud of its record of accomplishments. Significant impact  has resulted from the activity of  Marketing plan will  help sustain growth  by Duncan Frasar  'Whatever is flexible and flowing will lend to grow; whatever is  rigid and blocked will atrophy and die.' (Tao of Leadership). Everything in this world has a cycle and so does business.  The way to sustain growth in business is through marketing. Every  time customers or potential customers consider using your company  they are motivated by a need or desire for an expected result. What  brings them back again is consistent results.  As a business owner, you can ensure your customers continue to  return by staying open and interested in their needs. When you find a  need that has potential, evaluate it by using these four steps to effective marketing:  Define Your Market  If your market is everyone, it is really nobody. You need to do  your homework and find out who your customer or potential customer is. The more specific you can be about identifying your customer the easier it is to target them.  Position Yourself  Study your competition to understand if and how they are not  meeting customers' needs. Decide how you will adopt a position that  fills the customers' needs and communicate this significant difference  to your target market.  Develop a Promotional Plan  There is more to promotion than running an ad in the local paper.  In order to get your message out you may have to combine several of  the following areas: newspaper, magazines, specialty advertising,  signs, clubs and associations, networking, design and layout, telephone, travel, free publicity, direct mail, window display, brochures,  shows and conferences.  Build Your Image  Credibility and service are vital components of a growing business. In order to establish a desirable image, you may need to consider integrating the following elements: package design and labeling,  logos, trademarks, product quality and availability, use of signs,  physical appearance of business, lighting and cleanliness.  Consider the human elements as well. Appearance of the owners  and employees is important, as is treatment of customers and employee relations. Image needs to reflect the very heart of the business and  its principles, such as honesty and integrity.  After addressing these four questions, determine a method of measuring success in each step. Without this component there is no way  of knowing if you are achieving desired results.  ISS  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  (Formerly Gibsons Pentecostal Church)  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday School              9:45 am  Morning Worship       11:00 am  Sunday Night  Evening Service             7:00 pm  PHONE: Church Olfice 886-7107  All Are Welcome  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  ST. BARTHOLOMEWS  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Hwy. 101 at North RdJI86-7410  Serving Gibsons a, Roberts Creek  Wednesday- 10:30 am  Worship S, Bible Study  Sunday- 10:30 am  Parish family Eucharist  Serving Gibsons A  Roberts Creek  The Rev. Esther North, Rector  THE UNITED CHURCH  ...QLCANAM,,  Sunday Worship Service  CIBSONS  Glassford Road ��� 11:15 am  SundaySchool-11MS am  ST. lOHN'S  Davis Bay Road and  Simpkins Road - 9:30 am  Sunday School - 9:30 am  Reverend Berl Ramsey  Church Telephone 886-2333  QWtCt  iVJcrtyiVD tr^tsiyrratlXHl  cMmpi  Sun-11:10am  Sl.nUai, Stchelt  7KB  In Itfimes  llfct   7:30Tejtofs Office  H-tssTm Kisrojto -tn-sTcV  g'tyefin QKSICL  P         ANGLICAN  ��� t       CHURCH  \me*^     CANADA  SI. Hilda's, Sechell  8:00 am ��� 9:30 am  SI. Andrew's, Pender Harbour  11:30 am  IVe Extend A Warm Welcome To AK  685-5019  Rev. lune Maffin  Rev. Dan Gilford  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  in Greene Court Hall  Medusa St., Sechelt  Sunday Services -11:0O am  A Warm Imitation to All  For Information Please Call  885-2506 or 885-3688  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  Mass Schedule  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes Vou To loin Us  In Sunday Worship  Childrans Progress        10:00 am  Prayer                             10:00 am  Morning Worship Service  10:45 am  Wednesday                       7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  886-7049  Pastor Monly McLean  SATURDAY  5:00 pm St. Mary's, Gibsons  SUNDAY  B:45 am Indian Church  9:45 am Holy Family, Sechelt  11:40 am St. Mary's, Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st 4 3rd Sal. 4:00 ��� 4:30 pm, Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sal. ��� 4:30 - 5:00 pm, Gibsons  Telephone 885-9526  one program option, the Sunshine Coast Business Development Centre.  Since starting operations in  1989, the Business Development Centre has loaned over  $600,000 to local entrepreneurs.  This activity resulted in the creation and maintenance of 216  jobs on the Sunshine Coast (to  Oct. 31,1991).  During the same period, the  centre also serviced a total of  1019 clients - a combination of  new entrepreneurs and those  already operating small businesses.  /  v ,s r k  Community Futures also  offers the Self-employment  Incentive Option. This program  has enabled 55 individuals to  start their own businesses with a  grant in lieu of other unemployment insurance or income assistance payments. Many of these  clients have been successful  and, in turn, have hired additional staff.  The Community Futures  Association is currently developing its action plan for the  coming year. It is anticipated  the success of the local program  will enable the association to  continue making an impact on  the community beyond its original six year mandate.  Make your move.  A NEW APPROACH T0Y0UR  RRSP SAVINGS! SUPERFLEX  Instant tax receipts ��� Guaranteed rates  Longer terms ��� Easier to make contributions.  Suite 1206, Mfltrotown Place 4330 Kingsway.  Burnaby. BC.V5H4G7  Business: 430-0455 ���  Fax:439-1476  Home 942-0824 - Call Collect  SunLife  See the Difference the Sim Makes:  Q  CO   K   I'  II  R    I    1   I   o   ,\  II   K   I   I   I   S   II      (' O   I.   C   M   II   I  A growing part of your Autoplan  premium is being stolen from you.  It goes to pay for British Columbia's  epidemic of crimes against vehicle  owners. Stolen vehicles. Theft from  vehicles. Vandalized vehicles.  In 1991, claims for these crimes  are likely to cost ICBC about  $121 million - up some $34 million  from 1990.  In spite of prevention programs  by ICBC and the police, the cost of  all Comprehensive claims, including  damaged windshields, is up by  $40 million over last year. When you  add this to our province's record  number and cost of accident claims,  it's no mystery where Autoplan  rates are headed.  Crime may not pay, but it certainly  makes us pay.  If You Think  Today's Gar  Insurance Costs  Are Criminal,  You're Partly  Right.  ���ICBC  ��� FULL   SERVICE   AGENCY   ���  Sunshine Coast  Insurance Agencies Ltd.  Trail Bay Mall     ���$���      Kern's Plaza  Sechelt Gibsons  885-2291 886-7751  Mon - Sat 9:30 - 5:30       Tues - Thurs 9:30 - 5:00  Fri 9:30-6:00  ��� FULL   SERVICE   AGENCY   ���  ALWAYS RED CARPET SERVICE  AT  Sunnycrest Mall  Covering Ihe Sunshine Coast tor over a generation  BCAA        @)  Insurance       ak^d t    Travel  886-2000 mmr 886-9255  Harbour  Insurance  Agencies  Ltd.  For ALL your Insurance Needs  John & Heather Forward  Madeira Park Shopping Centra       883*2794  MOTOR VEHICLE  BRANCH  Your Complete ICBC & Licensing Service  AUTOPLAN AGENTS  Winn Road, Qibsons  886-3379  (Across from the Post Office)  - !-������/-* 1Ta?.;  mm a*tmaa\Mmt   i Coast News, November 11, 1991  CLASSIFIED  BOBCAT & MINI EXCAVATOR  mh  A" Better Bobcat Service  CLASSIFICATIONS  It    Moms ��� Property  2.   Withe  ^eee^mmaaeam^  3.     OMtlMritt  /^N  4>    In HwwnMTi  5.    Thar* You  ��.    Parwmal  7t   AnnouncvfMnl  S.     PCfMftM SWVIOM  fl.    WwcHnQS A  (GREAT)  EnQBQMwnis  10. Lett  11. Found  Videa/  12. P��ti i Livestock  ��.--.���                   M  13. Music  yL:- .*���              '���$ '.m  14. Travel  m                 ���   m  16. Wented  %                 m  16. Free  ^L^^^^J  17. Oarage SiIm  ^^^^^^  16. awttrtTrnk  ^5    ^?  ie. For Sri*  m\\\\\\\W*\\\\Wmm  20. Heavy Equipment  ^^H^B  21. Autos  VK  22. Trucks  ^*  23. CatitfMea  24.  Marine  31. IMpWenM  25. HnWm Homes  32. twlneee 8 Home Service*  26. MotorcyclM  33. Work Wanted  27. Wanted to Hint  14. Child Cm  20. ltd li BrnklMt  2*. For Rent  38. BuilnmOppertunllln  30. Legal  DROP OFF YOUR  TNI SUNSHINS.  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-28(8  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9881  In Halfmoon Bay  B8J STORE 888-9438  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  8821 Cowrie Street 888-3930  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 888-9721  In Wilson Creek  WILSON CREEK CAMPGROUND 888-8937  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 8884400  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Behind Doekelde Ptiermecy) 886-2822  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  There's elweye service with e smile when you  piece your clessllieds el B A i Store, our Friendly  People Piece In Hellmoon Bey.  THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $  4  ONE WEEK  (Minimum)  ONE WEEK  lor 10 wordt  (Plrthi, Lou ft  Found FREE)  7%OST  musl bt  29 eeakfereeeki  Pay for 2 weeks...get the third week  All Classified Ads Must Be  Pre-Paid Before Insertion  Visa and Mastercard Accepted  SUM SILL CLASSIFIEDS  $11 up to 10 words  $1 oooh additional word  Vow id. iMlurlng 11ttm, will run 4 consecutive nmta. then Mil Oa  cancelled unlHi you Initrucl ui lo tenew II bt **** '"  Not MllM lor commeeclel Advstrtlteea.  Qibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People Places"  SiOO Ml Fridays  1-2922 SKHB.T  GIBSONS FAX 888-7728 SECHaTFAX88S*M  AveleMotorputaSevoe  Down and  Mortgage  $99,900  Act New  G��rG INVESTMENT CORPORATION  HI Of THS EC NSWHOMS WARRANTY PWOGWAH  54' lol - 80 yr lease.  Keals  Istand. Try your olfef. 886-2694  47*  U.S. Government Repo Homes,  trom$1. Florida to Cahf. Cal(1)  805-962-8000, Ext. CH-308 lor  current repo. 1st. #46  For Sale by Owner ��� 1.37 acre  farm, with 2 bdrm. mobile home,  presently rented, plus second  building site, serviced. Gibsons  area, near Cedar Grove School.  $95,000. For appointment, phone  885-7727. #47  For sale by builder, 1350 sq. It.  quality built home, on nicely teed  lot In Roberts Creek. 3 bdrm, 2  balh, hardwood flooring, cedar  siding, shade rod, 1/2 basement  8 more. $165,000. 886-9192.  #47  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FRM  CATALOaUK  568P Cowrie SI ��� Box 1219  Sechell. B.C VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van. Toll Free 684-8016  Wanled - lot or house wilh view In  Lower Gibsons. Preferably  Sergeant/Abbs Rd. Telephone 1-  224-6180 (no agents). 147  Small acreage, Gibsons area.  Must be under $100,000. Telephone, 1-224-6180 (no agents).  Drive up Trail Ave., pasl the arena  8 discover Ihe new subdivision  ���Eagleview" on Fairview ofl Lookout. These view Ms with underground wiring ire cleared ready  lor your dream home.' Signs on  , property. Priced from $25,000 up.  ss  3 bdrm. home, almost new, 2  balhs, 1400 sq. II., plus large  garage workshop. Spacious cor-  | ner lol with many trees. Asking  I $145,000. 1228 Fitchett al Veterans Rd. 886-8651. ss  Gibsons Gower Poinl choicest  waterfront, panoramic view, 1/2  acre, 581-2904 (Surrey).        ss  48' x 330' ol prime low bank  waterlront in Gibsons Harbour  near Gibsons Marina.. House  needs repair bul could be fixed up  tor recreational or rental use.  Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2). Double garage plus  storage shed. $189,500. Phone  Jennifer 1-689-7070. ss  Halfmoon Bay Rancher, 3 bdrm.,  hal basement 1/4 acre lot. Private lol, privale backyard, sundeck, $118,900. Byowner.no  agents. 240-9944. #45  15 bdim., 2x6 construction, 3400  isq. II., t year old, 3 balhs, 3  I propane fireplace, partial view,  I $245,000. Pratt 8 Grandvlew  Rd. .Gibsons. 886-8952.      #46  756 Cascade Crescent, $62,000.  Mobile on 50x120 lot., newdeck  810x10 addition. Great buy for  first timers. Call Sally, 885-2235  or 886-4724. (45  New, quality built 3 bdrm. rancher, Bonnlebrook heights. 2 balhs,  fireplace (gas), double garage,  $139,900.00. 885-4832 or 885  5410. #46  Jay 8 Lome Van Dlessen are  thrilled to announce the birth ol  their second daughter, Devon  Nicole, bom October 27,1991,  12:02 a.m., weighting 7 lbs., 8 or.,  a sister for AsMee. Proudgrand-  parenls are Leny 8 Yvonne Boyd  ol Gibsons, and John 8 Kiel Van  Diessen of Roberts Creek. Special thanks to Dr. Pace, Nune Val  and Ihe rest of tie 1st Door nursing staff al SI. Mary's tor their  wonderful cere. #45  Laurence 8 Michele Sodey are  IhnHed to announce Ihe arrival ol  their second daughter Tenle  Wchele, bom Oct. 15/91 at 6:50  am, weighing 7 lbs., 5 oz. A We  asm lor Traia. Proud Oram**-  ents are Don 8 Nora Sofinsky,  Dele i Sandra Bortey and Great  Grandmother Minnie Weldren.  Also, a very special Vunk-you b  Dr.PiMdandKeilh8Jwnneef  tie Amhimce service.  PLEASE HELP ME FINO, PAUL  MULDER. Last known wear-  abouls 7 years ago in Gibsons.  Paul lived on a house-boat and  worked al Gibsons Fish Market.  He is Irom Amsterdam, age 40,6  ll, and weighs 175 lbs., wilh blue  eyes. A friend in Florida needs lo  contact him. II you know where  he is, please call coiled, 813482-  4033, alter 6 p.m. #45  Announcement  John 8 Eileen Clyde are happy  lo finally Introduce Alexander  Robert Devon to the world. Bom  at 7:22 a.m., SaL, Nov. 2, weighing 8 lbs., 1 oz., a new ile brother tor Brendan and Brittany. #45  ROTH - Finally at Peace, Stephen  Edward Stuart Roth; bom Dec 4,  1974 in Trail, B.C., left us Nov. 7,  1991. Beloved son ol Kim and  Terry Simmons; brolher of Lisa,  Brad, Carrie and Julie; grandson  of Elsie and Jerry Altman ol Slo-  can, B.C. Also missed bv aunt  Wendy, uncle Blair, Kyle and  Wesley, and many other aunls,  uncles, cousins, and friends.  Stephen will be laid lo rest in Slo-  can Cemetery beside his uncle  Barry, Great Grannie and Great  Grampa. His tomorrow finally  came, peace al lasl. No public  funeral by request of family. In  lieu ol Ilowers, donalions may be  sent to either Ward SB ol Chil-  drens' Hosp. (Oncology), 4480  Oak St., Vancouver, B.C. V6H  3V4 or to Make-a-Wlsh Foundation B.C., 104-198 Wesl Hastings  St., Vancouver, B.C. V6B1H2.  Arrangements Ihrough Devlin  Funeral Home. #45  JACKSON - Passed away Nov. 6,  1991, Mary Jane Jackson, late of  Sechelt, in her 86th year. Predeceased by her husband John and  a daughter Ramona. Survived by  3 sons: Jim, Lawrence, and  Lloyd; 2 daughters; Mabel and  Lillian; 1 brolher, John Pinch-  back; 29 grandchildren; 61  great-grandchildren; and 2 great-  great-grandchildren. Funeral  Mass was celebrated by Rev. A.  DePompa on Sal., Nov. 9 in our  Lady ol Lourdes Catholic Church,  Sechelt. Interment Sechelt Indian  Cemetery. Devlin Funeral Home,  Directors. #45  DEW, Victor Neville, 61, passed  away Nov. 5,1991 al Kelowna  Hospital. Survived by his loving  wile Lorriane, 1 brolher 8 sisler.  in-law, 8 sons, 2 daughters, 21  grandchildren, nieces and  nephews. Memorial Service will  be held at the Cedars Inn Hall at 3  p.m., Nov. 16,1991. In lieu of  Ilowers, donalions lo Canadian  Cancer Society. #45  0\  &  KELLY, Erin Francis. In loving  memory ol a special son and  brother, who quietly left us Nov.  15,1986. A precious page ol  memory was gently fumed loday.  Dad, Mom and Quinn.        #45  5.   Th.ink You  Sincere lhanks lo the physicians  8 nurses ol St. Maiy's Hospital,  especially Dr. Rogers, who cared  lor my husband, Ronald Baigent,  over this pasl monlh. The compassion 8 sensitivity shown to him  8 myself Is greatly appreciated.  Lillian Baigent #45  When expressing lhanks lo Ihe  artists who participated in the  'Anything Goes" Show, I tailed to  mention Tim Enns and Jason  Bagglo ol Ihe rhythm section.  Humble apologies and special  thanks. Nikki Weber. ��4r  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Can the Sunshine Coasl Transition House lor confidential 24 hr.  seivice 885-2944 TFN  POTTERY SALE  Handcralted stoneware by Elaine  Fullerman 8 Mike Allegrelli,  Creek Clay Works Studio-Open  House, Sat. 8 Sun., Nov. 30 8  Dec. 1,10 a.m.-4 p.m. 1738  Lockyer Rd., Roberls Cieek.  Phone 885-2395 for information or  directions. #47  PSYCHIC READINGS Phone  Kalawn at 885-4883. #47  THE TERRACE RESTAURANT  Open lor dinner Friday, Saturday,  Sunday each week. Clip this ad  for 50% oil your second entree.  886-2887 for reservations.    #45  NEED  HELP?  ��� House Cleaning  -Office Relief  ��� Casual Labour  ��� Construction  Clean-up  We find the people  YOU get the job done.  Westcoast  Workforce  886-3759  Leigh Morgan Fashion's  BLOUSE BLITZ - 30% or moie  oil our already reasonable catalogue prices. Call Rosemarie.  885-5821. #45  HELPI  LOSTMESSAGEI  Who Is "holding a parcel" lor B.  McAndiew??? Please phone  ���gain 649-4050, or leave message at Coast News.        TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  685-2896,886-3463. TFN  Does someone In your lamily  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 886-9903,885-7484,886-  9059. Al-Aleen 886-2565.    NC  Phone us loday about our selection ol beautiful personalizd wedding invitations, napkins, matches,  stationery and more. Jeannies  Gills 8 Gems 886-2023  TFN  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR C0VERIN8S LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Bus. 885-2923  Res 885-5058  Adull children of Alcoholics or dis-  functional lamilies please call 885-  2314 or 885-4622 tor help.  NC  RECYCLE:  ( OPENING ^  NOV. 18  "The Corner  CWt"A  ��8�� Hwy. 101 <jH{  quality MiYa\  clolhi  to  clothing, mn  MkinfiHim.         vPfco��eJoy,88��.4��K��.  DIAPER SERVICE  For as little as $10 p/week Free  pickup 8 delivery. Sechelt Coin  Laundry, 885-3393, Patricia, 885-  8443. #46  Eagle  Fitness  Big lhanks to Kevin 8 l.iz/ir  of Coast Palmers for i ureal  palm (oh  Thinks members for positive  Happy momentous birthday  Roslyn!  Check in for details of  Nov. 17 Arabic workout-  workshop with guest  Sally Larrinflon.  Local family concerned about the  qualily ol care delivered by St.  Mary's Hospital wishes to hear  tram others who may share their  concern. Replies kepi confidential. Wrile lo Box 364, cjo Coasl  News. Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.,  VON IVO. #48  Experience Ihe power ol laughter  8 play. A new look at Inner child  work. Weekend workshop wilh  Sandy Wrightman, Sat.. Nov. 16,  Sunday, Nov. 17. Call Janis al  885-6170 lor inlo., registration  Cost $75.00. #45  Gambier Silkscreen has found a  new home at 1010 Venture Way  as ol Nov. 7th. Come see us, or  call 886-9394. #46  Clean with  Bee Carpet  Care     <*�����  Carpets w<.  Upholstery  Scotdiguiirdmg  8.   Personal  17. GarSqe Sales  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pel NC  Hemlock wood shavings for horse  bedding (no cedar). Gibsons  Sand 8 Gravel. 886-8511.  Evenings, 885-2008. TFN  Horse Boarding - Ouality show  barn in West Sechelt. Accepting  outside boarders. Board includes:  use ol aiena and pasture. 885-  5629. #45  Grey Arab Gelding, experienced  rider only. Phone 865-7082.  Leave message. #45  Looking lor good home for cute, 3  mo. old kitten. 886-8450.     #45  Family moving lo Europe  Needs  loving home for Iriendly 5 yr. old  male, neutered cat used to children and train sets. 883-2882.  #45  Caime Terriers, 886-3134.   #45  Yard Sale  I 'hamlKTlin (iurlleiis  Nov. I In 15, 211% nil  nil shriilis, trees, vine-,  unci plunler boice.  Mini. Id I-ri. V lo 8:30,  Sal.. Sun. HI In 4.  Ihis Is u renovation  will1, watch for lien  happenings in 'V2  (.'hamberlin (iartltn  HIKK IuiiiIk rlin Kil  KXA-VXXV  2 family garage sale, 3191 Bt- wn  Ave., Roberts Creek.. Sun., No.  17,10-1 p.m. ��45  Lois lor everybody, 718 No:'.r,  Road, Nov. 17,11-3. #45  Reliable, mature, bonded person  willing lo house-sit, Gibsons  /Sechelt area. Excellent references, 886-3321 or 886-3060 #47  Let us tUl your spirits  and keep the  drinking driver  etffthe road  ������-WE DELIVER-��� ���  Mb, Qgs, Ice, Groceries  neiofplons, Open  liquor store aid licensee Inun  NODEUVERYTOMWORS  tAstimivrtim  886-0951   Small lemale Siamese cat. Missing from Lower Gibsons since  mid-October. Blue eyes, tabby  markings, wearing Ian leather collar. Call Chris at 886-8983 or  Work, 886-7313. #45  On Sunday, Nov. 3. Halfmoon  Bay. F.F. Road to Lion Lake.  Black case containing 2 lly rods.  Sentimental value, 883-9101. #45  HELPI  LOSTMESSAGEI  Who is "holding a parcel" lor B.  McAndrew??? Please phone  again, 649-4050, or leave message at Coast News.        TFN  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  rf  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Float home, fiberglass lloala  $12,000 oi trade. Leave message, 883-9567. ��47  Langdale School SPORTS  SWAP/FLEA MARKET/BAKE  SALE. Buy and sell sports card)  t equipment, white elephant, eic,  etc., elc. Equipment dropoff, 7-9  p.m., Nov. 13 814. Sale, rm: >,  Nov. 15, 7-9p.m. 8 Sal. Nov  16th. 10-3p.m. Table lentais.  swap into., 886-2961. #45  Moving Sale - Everything must  go. 9 a.m., Nov. 16 8 17lh, 5639  Cowrie St., Apt. 2. 885-3968. #45  872 Gower Point Rd., Gibsons  Sal. Nov. 16,10:30- 1:30 p.m.  #45  PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRS  For prompt service 8 expert tuning, call Sunshine Piano, 615-  3168. #47  Lyn Vernon School ol Music  886-8026  Private instructors: Clarke Sleab-  ner - classical guitar: Dave Morgan - jazz 8 pop guitar; Mike  Hurst - jazz 8 classical piano;  Kelly Smit - flute; Nicholas  Simons - cello. TFN  Experienced music teacher,  accepting students ol any age.  For voice, piano and keyboard  instruction, phone 885-5552 anytime. #45  For sale: classic Mason & Reich  piano, $1400 o.b.o. 885-9224.  ���46  Marshall 30 watt guitar amp.  Never used. 1 yr. old, $250.  Yamaha organ, lully loaded.  $1500. 885-5569. #46  Yamaha Clavinola Cup-5 ke,  board, midi-tunction sequencer  memory-lransposer, 76 keys, like  new. $2500. B86-9619.       #47  Kids' skiis and boots. FROM (10  cm. size 2 boots and up. 880  2491, eves. #4/  Stove with rotisserie, $125.00  ironing board, $15.00. Clib With  matlresB. $5000. Baby sknei  886-3472 #45   |  Investors wanted.   A unique !  opportunity to be part ot business  venture in a landmark location  Excellent return and/or working ,  opportunity - be a part of some  Ihing greal. Call 886-7570.   #45  While 6 light blown cat on Reed  Rd., 886-9440. #45  Black with white Ihroat, Lab./pil  bull cross; large husky cross  male, 885-3484. #45  Black kitten, male short hair.,  8064 Southwood 685-8883. #45  2 kiltens, white with grey markings; orange male. 885-2013.  #45  Lock 8 key on Cemelary Rd.. Gibsons, 886-9824. #45  Young lemale tabby, broken tail,  Ilea collar, Pralt Rd. area. 886-  9033. #45  Pels &  Livestock  Board lor t horse, rates are nego  liable for full or partial board. 886  8268. #47  Horses tor renl, lessons; horseshoeing; trailer lor rent, manure  886-2205, or 886-3260.        #47  Room lor your horse to roam.  5150/mo incl. hay. Geldings  only. 886-7178. #46  S.P.C.A. for adoption. Shepard  cross male, 1 yr., cats 8 kittens.  885-3484. #45  TROPICAL FISH  -ALL TYPES OF FANCY FISH-  LARGE ANGELS  BREEDING PAIRS  888-9890  ���46  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL.NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also full line of bird seed  and much more.  Ouality Farm 8 Gaiden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527. TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then 8 Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716�� Marlee Fashions.     NC  PALM SPRINGS DIRECT  FLIGHTS  7th 8 14th ol Dec., 5 star accommodations. Close to all amenilies. 886-4843. #45  Well maintained autoharp, preferably wilh book and case. Free  national Geographies or other pictorial magazines and art magazines, 885-5607, eves.        #47  Old carpels and rugs, any condi-  lon. 886-7795. #47  Collapsable Massage Table, 885-  4503. #47  Old Radio Shack colour computer  hardware, software access etc,  lor parts. Weekends, 885-3985.  #45  Buying Beei Bottles 8 Beer  Cans  We Will Pick Up  80 cents/doz.  8864951.  ���46  its;  BUYING  ^sj,   and selling  331 coins, gold,  ^S8l        silver,:  ^STj bank notes-  &&  \m  ,688-7995  2 Uniroyal P215 75 R 15 winter  tread, steel belted radials on GM  5 hole rims, less than 1000 ml, mi  tires, $150, obo. 883-1106,5-  7p.m. #47  i   >  AST Premium 286 computer, 4C  MB, Datalrain monitor. Roland :  1012 printer. 886-2361.      #47  Top $$$ paid loi any military  items, firearms, badges, medals,  bayonets 886-7591 #51  Ouality clothes and shoes, boys'  or girls', ages 6 -10, lo sell on  consignment - call Rozanne, 886  8070. #45  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  TIM Coast News  In Qibsons  Until Noon Saturday  Free Fill. IH load, you haul. 886-  9572.  ���46  Couch, chair and stool, good condition. $250. 885-3600.        #45  Queen-sized sola bed, and  matching sola - off-while. 1 velouf  lounge chair, beige. 886-8718  #45'  Washer S dryer, super singloi  waterbed, will take oilers 886-'  3791 #47  1 1/2 yeai old compuler/pniile-  withprograms 8860939.    ��45  Sofa & matching chairs, goo  condition. $190.00. Coloui TV-  26", remote control, 99 channel',  $190.00. Danish leak bullet. ?ti  66, $190.00 Bar and 3 stools, like1  new, $190.00 885-7618.     #47  :  YOU'RE INVITED  Knit Wear Open House ���]  November 20th, Noon to 4 p.m ���  and 7 ��� 9 p.m. Place  679 Henry!  Rd., Gibsons, directly across liom;  Pop Shed. Good selection oi-  sweaters, suits, dresses, swealei'.  jackets, slippers and more. Now;  is the lime to shop early lor  Christmas, while the selection is!  good. No obligation to buy. Just;  come and browse. Everyone wel  come. If you need any further  inlormation, please call Belly at  886-2673. See you then.     #45  Sewing madne; house plant cart  886-7351. #46  Hide-a-Bed, $150. Eves., 885  4503. #47  New large bird cage, 5 finches 8  extras, $100.00 o.b.o. 886-7882.  #47  Lincoln welder, $100. 350 Chev.  eng., $250. Good runnei. 885  4708. #45  2 Single Glazed 4x6 windows.  $50. to pak, 886-8513.       #47  Teak bdrm. suite, king-size bed  wilh mattress, night tables, 6  drwrs. dresser, end high boy.  Like new, $2,000. 883-2195. #45  I 26       Coast News, November 11, 1991  Be warm this winter  Buy a pellet stove  The Easy Stove  Pat at 886 7194  Video system: Pro/Sony video 8  camera, Sony editing board, Sony  8 m.m. deck. Ovei $3000 value,  $1500 lirm. 885-7214. #47  Kenmore Heavy Duty W/D, $200.  Phone 886-4890. ��45  150' 5II. galvanized chain link  fence, like new $150.00,885-  3670. 147  'Large school bus, $4000. o.b.o.  'Good cond. luggage compart,  i along bottom. 885-7699.     #47  Goats, single beds, Sth wheel  bailer with attachment, 886-7488.  #47  3'x5' smoke glass dining table, 6  chairs, $150, pool table, $180,  Universal Gym Sel with weights,  $120, waterbed, $50. 886-2970.  #47  THE SLING ALONG BABY CARRIER - carries babies close lo  you, where they're happiest. 888  7178. #49  Love seat, $100; French Piov.  dining room table, chairs 8 buffet,  $300; Port-a-Potty, $25; 5- B/W  portable TV, $25. 8864487. #46  Discovery toys - home demos,  educational toys, books, games.  Call Jeanette McBain, Educational Consultant, 685-7777.     #46  Gas hot water tank, 40 U.S. gallons, gas hot waler heating boiler.  Excel, cond. 885-2696.       #46  6 cyl. Ford marine diesel, 4 ��� t I  capitol gear. $8500. o.b.o., or  Irade lor tractor plus cash, 886-  9981. ss  Motorola portable cellular telephone and portable recharger,  vehicle adaptor, $800 value. $575  o.b.o. 8854237. 145  Horse manure. Next year's garden starts now. $20 pel p/u.  885-9969. Roberts Creek.   TFN  Like new, Hide-A-Bed. Apt. size  electric stove, counlertop dishwasher, remote control garage  dom 8884567. #45  Near new 18 cu. II. Holpoinl  fridge and self-cleaning range,  $1500. Sklar Peplar sola and  love seal, $1500. Kitchen dinette  / 4 swivel chairs, $200.  Mahogany antique china cabinet,  $200. Round coffee table, $50.  885-4630. #45  2 Airco gas furnaces, $295. ea.  885-6276. #45  While-Wuslinghouse slacking  heavy-duty washer 8 dryei In  good condition - white - $250  each, o.b.o. 886-3013.       #45  Heat-up massage rediners, new  deluxe, double bed, end table,  bathroom cabinet. 50'x30' with  sink and laucets, 3 way mirror,  occasional ami chair, fringed area  rug, boy's 16" bike, 886-9145.  ���45  Oueensize water bed, $75., men's  12 spd. Apollo bike, $40., 110  Duraflow tub 6 spa pump, $175.,  Phillip organ, $250. 885-7977.  ���45  Firewood lor sale. 685-3396. ��45  Whitfield pellet slove, t yr. old,  4000 B.T.U., $1,800. 886-8195  eves. #45  S(e|>|>ii(f| Siiww  Gifh H Toflgcuj  Opening Soon j  Shadow Baux Lane j  885-8922  J  NINTENDO-SEGA  Sales - Rentals - Trades  NEW & USED  BUDRIK'S  Video & Music  885-4888  104 Teredo Sq. Sechell  Moving sale. Yamaha organ, guitar amp, bar set pull out foam  bed, loveseat, kingsize 4 post  waterbed with motionless mattress., 2 end tables, Braun convection oven. 885-5569.     #46  "1979 Ford LTD. 4 door sedan,  V-8. - $950.00. Onan Model  MCCK 6.5 k.w., 110/220 volt 2  cyl. gen. sel, muffler, $1950. 2"  water pump, B8S engine, hoses.  $160.00. Evinrude 9.9 h.p. Model  E10RCNS. Tank 8 fuel line,  $450.00. Paloma propane water  heater, automatic (new), $195.00.  Apefco 360' paper graph sounder,  $95.00. Sonar 480'paper graph  sounder, $120.00. Call Harold al  883-2200 or 12458 Clay Rd. #46  Christmas shopping hours al For  Olde Times Sake, now open  Mon. - Sal. 10 - 5, Sundays 12 ���  4. Clearance prices on sewing  machines, linens, records 8 gardening tools. We're full of gift  Ideas. Come 8 visit. Sandy  Leach, Prop, 886-8261.      #45  '12 brand new single speed mountain bikes, $120 each. 885-0985.  ���46  Hot waler lank, $25, ollice chair,  $20, weight bench, $10, easy  chair, $75, Oueensize waterbed,  $100, bamboo shades, $5, ladies'  bike, $25, single bed 8 maltress,  850, table 8 4 chairs, $150 8  binoculars, $25. 886-3109.   #46  King waterbed, flawless ultra-  sleep mattress, padded dame,  healer $195. 885-9336.        ss  Near new 7 cu. It. deep Ireezer,  $250. 866-7561. ss  Firewood lor sale by Ihe logging  truck load, oi by the cord. Phone  after 6:00 p.m., 886-3821 or 685  8629. #49  Nicely done inlerior linishing/relin-  Ishing of furniture and also some  landscaping. 886-2714      MS  ���Sleepy Hollow1 bit back chair 8  Ottoman, Iloor lamp, adjustable -  chrome, portable t.v./computer  table, 15' x 31" on coasters, 886-  9619. #46  Swivel locker 8 ottoman, A-1 condition. $100.886-3949.      #46  Firewood tor sale. 1 1/2, $150.  886-3947 Jesse, delivered. #46  Jen-Air Compressor (160 p.s.l.),  like new. Call 886-2622. Ask lor  Anne or Pat, TFN  Sofa, loveseal 8 chak. AH recline,  brown corduroy, excellent condi-  bon,$90O. 886-3735. #45  firewood, $100 per cord, cut,  ��ptt, delivered. 886-7802.   845  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY. WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  We'll Beat Any  Competitor's Rates  1974 case 580 B Conslruction  King backhoe. Exlend-A-Hoe,  $9500. 886-3457. SS  '82 Dalsun 280 ZX T/bar rool,  $5500.00 o.b.o., 886-4552.   #45  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Aulo Perls  and Towing  888-2020  TFN  1950 Suburu, $1200 o.b.o. 886-  7194. #47  79 Cadillac Fleetwood, lully loaded, $2700. o.b.o., 885-4756. #47  '91 323 Mazda 5 sp. Exc. cond.  Asking $7900,886-2970.      ss  '81 Ford Linx, $700. o.b.o. 885  3600. #45  76 Volkswagen Rabbit, standard  4 spd. Reliable commuter car,  $600. o.b.o., 885-3370 alter 4:00  p.m. #47  1985 Reliant, aulo., slereo cassette, cruise, low kms. Good con-  dllon, must sell, $3100.00 885-  7618. (47  Owner leaving province. Musl  sell 1985 Dodge Aries. Excellent  condllon. A bargain al $3500.  Phone 886-9039. #47  CHEAPI FBI/U.S. SEIZED  89 MERCEDES - $200 86 VW-  $50. 87 Mercedes ��� $100. 65  Muslang - $50. Choose Irom  thousands, starting $25. Free 24  How Recording Reveals Details,  801-379-2935. Copyright ���  BC104JC. #52  ��� 4, (ml cyl Iran $1N  ��� ���MECNMK ON DUTY a  lis*  : H7asiewanRd.  ��� 888-7227  1976 Nova. Runs better than It  looks. $250.00. 8884544.   IMS  1988 Honda Accord, 70,000 km.,  5 speed 8 cruise - excellent condition, $10,500. o.b.o. 886-4536.     m.  1979 Chrysler LeBaron S.W. 8  cyl., Auto., very dean, good Urea,  makes. $900.00. 886-7227. TFN  1970 Chev. Impels, 4 dr., good  "50. 886-9368.  #48  SUNCOAST  MOTORS  has Cellular Ptionee  from  JJ) J7. "O �����  offer good until Dec. 31  886-8213  86 Fold Escort 2dr. HB. 4cyl.  4 sp., new dutch, waler pump,  ball., am/lm cass., all records.  ORIGINAL OWNER, $3500.  obo. 888-9290. 146  1982 Toyota Supra GST, 6 cyl., 5  spd. blue/blue, new lires. Lady  driven, $5500. 8864445.     #46  1984 Tempo 5 speed, good  mechanical condition, $2500  o.b.o. 8864536. #46  79 Dodge Aspen Wagon 6 cyl.  P/S, P/B, Auto., dean, runs very  wen. $650. 686-3148.        846  '82 Dalsun S.W, auto., $1000.,  886-4720 or 886-7570        #45  70 Dodge Dart slant 6. Runs  well, parls avail., $600 obo.,  Phone 885-7284. TFNs  1976 Volare Wagon, slant 6, ratable, low mileage. Asking $600.  886-3841. SS"  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 obo.  883-9234. ss  '88 Muslang GT, $10,000, 885-  5478. #46  Estate sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape. Oilers.  886-3306. SS  1960 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113.  ss  Reliant 'K' car, excellent condition,  very reliable 8 inexpensive lo run,  27,000 ml. Moving, must sell,  $4,990. 886-3113. (MOsr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seals, needs woik, parts  886-2878. ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor Die  sel, wilh covers, 886-9500 anytime, ss  Black '90 Mustang 5.0 LX. 10  mos. old, louvered, tinted, 3.55  rear end. Extended warranty  available. Value, $15,000 or  trade up/down lor Toyola 4 Runner or equivalent. 686-2694.  ss  1975 Olds. Cutlass Supreme,  $600 obo. 886-8862.       TFNs  1978 Ponliac LeMans, gd. running order, $500. 886-3963.   ss  '82 Muslang Hatchback, 4 cyl.,  gold condition. $2700.00,886-  3457. ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 Obo. 885-1943. SS  1983 Ford Escort, 4 door, excellent condition, $2495. Will consider trade. 886-2111, days.      SS  1988 Fold 2 dr. Mercury Tracer,  senior clllzen, must sell as no  longer able lo drive. Perlecl  cond., 28,500. km., $6000.00.  896-7031. #45  1979 Chrysler LeBaron S.W., 8  cyl. Auto., very dean, good tires,  brakes. $900.00 TFN  78 Hot Rod -Red Muslang V8/ 4  sp. ST Roof. This car is a limited  edition and has no rusl. $2500.  o.b.o. 886-4795. #48  1974 Dodge Iruck, $600. o.b.o.  Good running condition, 885-  4869. #47  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick-up, 4.3 Hire V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mal, toolbox,  $8700.885-2836,885-7413.  SS  71 VW. Westvalia, no motor,  otters. 886-3739. #48  1977 GMC Jimmy 4x4. Good  running condilion. $2000., o.b.o.  886-3921. SS  1964 Chev. Scotsdale 1/2 ton,  automatic. Excellent condilion,  886-3451. 148  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van,  parts only, 885-2207. u  1962 Chev. 1/2 Ion pickup. Runs  okay, $800. 888-7029. ss  1990 F150 4x4 supercab, short  box, XLT, 17,000 kms., Lariat,  lully loaded 8 extras, $20,500.  886-3767. SS  1953 Chev. 1/2 ton. Rebuilt  engine. Radials, $2700 obo.  885-1943. M  1972 Chev. 3/4 Ion truck. Runt  well, good tlret. 1400., o.b.o.  885-9207. 846  Strong 1966 Ford Itf-lon, excel-  lent running oondWon, good body.  Rebuilt 390, custom duel'  exhaust, auto., 16-lndi wheelt,  canopy, camperized. 14000  obo. 879-2228,eves        848  SAVE PAPER:  '90 Jeep Soil Top, while, trailer  hildi, AM/FM cassette, 4 spkrs, 6  cyl., alum, wheels, $15,000. 886-  7888         847  1977 Extended Body Dodge Van,  Exc. condilion, slorage space,  Insulated, carpeted, $2100 o.b.o.,  8889)58. #45  1985 StO Diesel P/U, PS/PB,  AM/FM, cassette, canopy, long  box Ht. $5300., o.b.o. 886-7372.  n  1989 V.W. Transporter Van,  metallic paint, power locks 8 mirror s, swivel captains' chairs, new  AM/FM cassette, rear wiper 8  delrost, panelled inside, rubber  deliost mats throughout, bra,  lancy hub caps, worth $400  extended 6 yeai warranty, tire  chains, 2 Micheim snows, ideal loi  camper conversion, over $25,000  Invested. $14,500 o.b.o. Make  meanofferl 885-6237.       #45  1985 F150XL, asking $6800.  688-9044. #46  1991 Chev. S.10., as new,  $9,000.obo. 883-9711.     #46  1981 G.M.C. 4x4,3/4 Ion, $2500.  888-3287. #46  1990 250 Dodge truck. Campei  special, At condition, $13,900.  886-8481. ss  77 Dodge 200 van. No rusl. P/S,  new P/B, $2200. Open to all  oilers, 886-2949 days, 883-9710  evenings. #45  1987 F250 4x4 diesel, new dutch,  tires. 107,000 kms. $9500.,  O.b.o. 8854739. #46  30'travel trailer, 3 yrs. old. Full)  equipped, air cond. etc, $18,000.  o.b.o. 885-0985. #46  8 overhead canopy, brand new -  plywood construction, $650.00  o.b.o. 6854998. #45  1991 Weslmount Canopy, lull  highrise, while, libreglass, custom  built stainless sfeel rool racks,  plus other extras. Fits Nissan  King Cab. New condllon, $850.  886-8258. #44  1981 Aristocrat 21' M.H. inlerior  recently refurbished root/dash air  steel belts, loaded. Excel, cond.,  $16,900. 885-2593. #44  1981 Aristocrat 21' M.H., Inlerior  recently refurbished, roof/dash air,  steel belts, loaded. Excel, cond.,  $16,900.00,885-2593.        #44  30' 5th wheel with hitch,  $6900.00. Trades or W.H.Y.  8854862. ss  1979 Bellevue Hardtop Tent Trailer. Has ice box, stove 8 sink.  Sleeps 6. Good condition,  $1500., o.b.o, 886-2088.     #46  '87 Deluxe 24' Molorhome, exc.  cond. 886-8481. tt  1975 Dodge Maxi-Van, 3-way  fridge, slove, furnace, toilet, sink,  $7300.886-3306. tl  13' Scamper trailer, dean, gd.  cond., $2500.886-3222.        ss  1977 Dodge camperized max!  van, raised roof, fridge, stove, furnace, propane powered, very  dean 8 economical, $4500 lirm.  eae-2182. ss  13 ft. Boler, sleeps 4, exc cond.,  $2195.8864487. SS  1991-29 ft. Travel Trailer, sleeps  8, brand new - no GST. House  ���538 Pratt Rd., Gibsons. 886-  2348 #44  76 Nomad 5th wheel, 2ff, needs  Iront ind work, $4200. 886-3457  ll  10 ll Vanguard Security Camper,  $500. 885-3374. II  5th Wheel, 21 1/2 fl, 1990 Teny  Retort, fully self-contained,  Immac, $15,000. o.b.o., 886-  8978. #45  1979 Pace Arrow motor home, 26'  low mileage, alt cond. Micro-  e, sleeps 6. Very reasonable  price. For more Inlo., call ess-  Teg?. #45  30 It. Pece Arrow Class A  molorhome. Low mileage. Mini  condition. Dual air. Call 886-  #46  10 loot Zodiac, Uke new, $900.00.  886-7372. 847  I pay cash lor boats, 19' ��� 24'  wood a glass 8854031.    846  HOURSTON GLASCRAFT - tt  wWisunroof. 1991 SP280Votvo  outdrive. 1990 306 Volvo engine  ��� approx. 85 his. new Interfor on  INs 1981 boal Best price ovei  $12,000.00. PhoneB83-2312.#46  Used outboard parts bought and  sold. Cal883-1119. TFN  OUTBOAROS FOR SALE  9.9-20 30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evinrudes. Excellent condilion. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456  TFN  Yesl There is a tellable locel  propellor lepair service. 885-  5278. TFN  E-Z-Loader Trailers Sales and  Seivice. Trades welcome. 883-  1119. TFN  W.G. Sutherland Sales and S��-  vice. Mariner Force Chrysler and  Merciuiser8Yanmar. 883-1119.  TFN  NEW MOTOR  OVERSTOCK  YEAR-END SALE!!  Mercury-100 ELPTO HP  Mercury-90 ELHPTO HP  @$4000  Mercury-40 ELO HP  ��82850  Mercury-28 ML HP  ��$2250  Mercury-20 ML HP  @$2100  Mercury-8 ML HP  @$1050  THIS CHRISTMAS,  GIVE SANTA  SOMETHING HE'S  ALWAYS WANTED!!  SNOTTS MARINA  886-7711  &5a%  16' Work/Pleasure/Heavy duly  construction, Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, towposl, heater. View  Smitty's Marina, $3200 (olfers).  886-2567. SS  22' Sangster, 302, V8, 688 Merc  leg, motor rebuill, new manifolds,  hard top, nailer, extras, $6500.  8888443. SS  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  lasl and in lop condition, surveyed  value $8500, offers 6 trades considered. 886-2738. SS  F/G boat, trailer, 6 HP, 0/B, gas  tank, complete, $600.885-2965.  Highliner nailer, like new, 1000  kg, 14" tires, $1700 OBO. 886-  3001. sa  KCHELTMUHH  SWOTS LTD.  ciDinn nil Harm  M.CMM.C    M.N.A.M.S.I  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  urn.  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond., $3800.  885-9333. SS  M.V. Blacklist), 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck, Coasl  Guard inspeded, moorage, parking, hydro paid IW Dec/91, featuring new Swam auto, anchor pkg.,  new LMS, 200 w/Loran C, new  fenders 6 brackets, mooring Ikies,  new windows, completely relinished hull and swimgrid, new  handrails, flush mount Fishon rod  holders (5) FWC 318 Chrysler,  120 hrs. and much more,  $10,500,885-7977. SI  Rubber rait: Avon-Rover R3-40,  max. 15 HP, 1/2 price, $2200.  885-2306. IS  24' sailboat for parts or repair;  fully equipped sloop, 5 sails,  head, anchor, lilejackels, 8 HP  Honda OB (like new); together,  $1450, mlr. alone, $800. 886-  8017, lv. message. TFNS  Two 14' alum, boats with 15 h.p.  mere, engines, low hours, $3200  each, 6850985. #48  25   Mobile Homos  tfttf  By owner, 12x88 mobile home,  01888-3039,888-7308.       II  2 bdrm. dean, ipidous, fridge,  stove, drepet, Glbtona, $16,000  lor quick tale. 8852743.     #48  REDUCED- $22,900., O.B.O.  Very, veiy dean 3 bdrm. Leeder  Bendix, Include! carpets, 4 app-  pll., free Handing F/P, cuslom  white blinds, recently renovated.  Home backs onto green belt 8 Is  located on quiet street m Gibsons  finest Mobile Home Park. Pad  rent $200.00rmo.  Sunshkie Coasl M.H.P.  1413 Hwy. 101  886*8820  148  14x68, ateve, Iridge,  washer/dryer, dlihwether, elr  cond., new rage $24,500. Mutt  be moved. 886-7013 it  80 > 10. Good condition, large  sundeck, large, bum on shed, 2  txkm., fridge, Move. Bomtebrook  TraMr Court. $20,000. 886-7686.  #47  Set-up In new paik  Ready (or Immediate occupancy  Must be seen lo be appredated  Trades welcome  Coled 597-3322  1-805663-3637  TFN  IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  Four Display Homes  Starting at $49,900  Wilh as Low as 5% Down  Map Assistance OAC  CONTACT  Sylvia McLean 886-2597  or t -800-663-3637  TFN  BIG MAPLES Take your plckl  $26,900 buys a spacious 2 bdim.  w/den that's squeaky cleanl  Includes a 12x12 den, carport,  newer carpets, shed, appl. 6  (kapes 4 new paint!  This reel cozy charmer with  Southern Exposurel Has 2  bdrms., shingle rool, carport,  deck, bay window, appt. 6 drapes.  $27,900. No reasonable oiler  refused. Cat now lo view either.  Nick Proach, 885-6340, Sutton-  Senlinel. #45  FREE RENT  TIL DEC. 1992  ONLY 4 PADS LEFT  FOR INFO., CALL  1-800463-3637  ���TFN  IMMEDIATE POSSESSION  3 new show homes lo be sold.  Slay in park, or may be moved.  Make an olfer. You will never buy  a home al less money. All reasonable offers will be considered.  Financing available / trades welcome. 1-800-663-3637/886-  2597. TFN  26. Motorcycles  KP    In Stock al  ENMAC  k cl/cV  Oil Fillers, Batteries. Tires,  Riding Gear, etc.  Phone Jay at 886-2031  1984 Honda Shadow 500, 5,870  total km.'s, like new condition,  $2000. firm. 683-2443.       #45  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond., garage kept, $7500.866-  9595. ss  Monlasa 250, on-road/oll-road,  exc. shape, $1200. $899. 866-  7655 or 220-9564. ss  1986 Yamaha XT600, exc. cond.  8855564. ss  27. Wanted lo Renl  Couple, long lime Coasl residents, excellent refs., in Immediate need of house lo renl. Messages, 8855460. #45  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advertising which  discriminates in the rental of property. For example a person who  stipulates "no children" a  condilion of rental would be in  violation of Ihe Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the adver  llsement and Ihe newspaper  which publishes it would both be  In contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against Ihem. The Caatt Newi|  will Iherelore nol accepl such  discriminatory ads. TFN  WHY RENT7 For $19,500 you  can own a clean remodelled 2  bdrm. mobile home in a lamily  paik, dose lo Sechelt. Reasonable pad rent. Cat Nick Proach,  6858340, Sutton-SenM.   #45  Woterfrom, 2 bdrm. cozy house, 4  appls., sandy beach, privacy, carport. 733-7742. #47  Spadous, modem 1 bdrm. tulle,  6 appliances, Upper Gibsons,  long lease. $650./mo. 886-2244.   MS  Modem lurnished bachelor suite,  Upper Gibsons. $400/mo. 885  2244 #45  Gibsons, large 2 bdrm. tide by  tide duplex. Dec. t, $650. No  pets. Cal 1-921-5247.        #47  ROOMS  SlOSparwaak  1*11 Hi  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  816-2104  AFFOMMBLE  Newly decorated smal 2 bdrm.  suile in duplex, share bath, private enhanced, suit quiet peison, -  $375/mo., Incl. utilities.  Nov.  30*. 8852691,8853129.   147  Beautilul Roberts Cieek Water  front 2 bdim. home, $800. 885  8106. #47  Luxury view apl, 2 bdim., 1 1/2  bath Fireplace, 5 appb., private  entrance, adull oriented bldg.  Appointment only. Ken Denies  Bldg 886-7363/886-9038.    847  Quiet room with cooking (acuities.  Suit mi woiker, 8852164.   #45  Smal 3 bdim. house, Lower Gibsons, $650./mo. plus util. 886-  0966. 847  2 bdim. collage, Naylor Rd.,  Tillicum Bay. $550./mo. 886-  4566. 847  3 bdrm. house, lull basemenl, 4  appliances. View, $800./mo.,  Davis Bay, 8853572 Evenings.  847  4? RV bus on lot. Lights, waler,  service hookup, $450 p/monlh,  damage deposit. 8857899. 845  2 bdrm. house, Roberts Creek  avail. Dec 1, $700.p/rnonth. 879-  7961. Leave message.      #47  Commercial Space, avail. Dec. 1.  Ocean view, 1060 sq. tt., Lower  Gibsons, 8859587. #47  Furnished bachelor suile, $325  per/mo., indudes hudro 6 cable,  88586)9. 847  3 bdrm. house dose to al amenities. $700. plus utilities, avail,  Dec. 1, 886-3488. Phone 8:30  am. - 5 p.m. #45  Madeira Park: t 1/2 yr. old 2  bdrm. randier, carport, washer-  dryer, range, Iridge. Dec. 1,  $640/mo. No pets. 883-9317*47  W/F In Roberts Creek. 3 bdrm.  home, privale, 2 acres with beach  access. Double attached garage,  pool, F/P/woodslove, Iridge,  slove, D/W, outstanding view. No  smokers, please. $1200 per/mo.  Avail. Immed. Leave message at  #47  MANSE Townhouse, furnished, 6  mo. lease, $700. /mo. Jim Munro,  8852277. #47  1 bdim. apl. - Gibsons - quiet suburb dose to shopping man. $450  /mo. Call weekends, 883-1142.  Evenings, 886-3062 or colled,  937-3794. #47  View, 2 bdrm. condo., Jolly Roger  Inn, lurnished if desired, $700  /mo. 8 ulil. Call 8852053.    #47  3 bdim. furnished view house,  sauna, 5 appl, Lowei Gibsons.  Close to shopping, $1000 6 ulil.  1-9450465. #47  Shared accommodations, $200  /mo., Halfmoon Bay area. 885-  8677 alt. 8 p.m. #47  Davis Bay main floor ol house,  self-contained, jusl renovated, 2  bdrm., wraparound deck, view,  references, $650./mo. 1-986-  0459. #47  RITZ  MOTEL  Qibsons  Weekly, Dally Rates  816-3343  Small cabin, $200 plus util. Single working person, 8853287.H44  Langdale house ��� 2 large bdrms.  up, 1 1/2 bath, linished bsmt., 2  fireplaces, carport, $700. 886-  9290. #46  3 bdim. tulle Gibsons ��� clean /  bright, newly renovated, laundry,  wood / electric heel laige yard,  patio, near school, rets, requked.  Lease, aval. Nov. 15, $696/mo,  nflfl.iflflfl  #46  VKW  2 bdim., new, large, Lower Gibsons, 7354804. #48  2 bdrm, lurn. home, close to  malls, quiet tingle, $450; double,  $550. Share hydro, no pets, 685  8128. 848  Waterlront. West Sechell, very  private, 3 bdrm., no pels. Avail.  Dec 1, $1)00.00, 886-2615,  evenings. 848  Aval. Nov. 15, exec, home on privale acreage In Oower Point, 3  bed, 5 appl*.. F/P, sauna,  $950.00/mo��� 8859134 eves  846  Gibsons ��� Luge 2 bdrm., lower  Iloor, bright, W/D, yard, dose lo  amenities, $600/mo. 1-4690622  846  t bdrm. cottage Sendy Hook  area. $376.00 plut utils. 685  3962. #46  Your Pels Welcome, Tool Furnished 3 bdrm. ground Iloor apl.,  near lerry, 8857818. 847  ��Oi  P\RS  * Residential  * Commercial  * Industrial  We have some  fabulous reslden-  tall listings coming up tor Oct. &  Nov. Call Steve  References  Required  We will  ���-������i  - Screen potential renters  - Do movlng-in Inspection  - Ariange lor maintenance  8 repairs  - Collect the renl 8 dam ige  deposit  - Oisbuise lent monies lo  ownei  - Do moving-out inspection  FOR LEASE:  Approximately 800 lo  1300 sq. fl. of fabulous  ollice space in lower  Gibsons area. Landlord may provide some  leasehold improvements.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATIONI  Fabulous retail space  immediately ad|acenl lo  Galiano Market, Sechelt  (Bernadefte's Galleries)  Perfect location for your  retail business.  Avoid all the hassles  and problems and lor  |usl a pittance,  CALL Ihe Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  THE  WKTPOflT...  Walk lo the from Oils high qualily  building In Lower Gibsons, featuring cuslom lined kitchen stove 6  fridge, designer bathroom, mini-  blinds, fully caipeted, laundry  facility, security enhance, privale  patios, panoramic views.  1 Bedroom Plus Office  $695  t Bedroom Apartments  $610  2 Bedroom Apartments  from $695  Call  1853420  #47  Bachelor apartment. Excellent  amenilies. Clean and privale,  professional, N/S. $550./mo. 865  7161, eves. #45  Jolly Roger 1 bdrm. unit, lully furnished. Avail, immed. 469-1558.  #46  3 bdrm. lownhouse, 1600 sq. It.  plus 2 baths, ocean view, no pets,  Gibsons area. $850.00/mo. 595  4721018440164. #48  2 bdim. log house. 2 bath , 4  appl. Avail, immed. $800.  per/mo. 8852883. #46  Haibour view large 3 bdrm.  house, Garden Bay, close to  amenities. 2 car garage, workshop, wood heater. $800  p/monlh. Refs. 883-9343.   #45  Qibsons Bluff 3 bdim. house, t yr.  lean, $750.2651501.      #45  1 mile north ol Sechelt, 3 bdrm.. 2  bathrooms, $700. plus electricity.  Available Dec 1st, 1 bdim. apl,  $425.00 plus electricity, available  Nov. 16th. Phone 1-520-1480.  #48  300 sq. It. commerdal slorage  space /Wharf St., ph. 885-6126.  #45  Aval. Nov. 15,3 bdrm., 2 balhs,  brand new, Cenlral Gibsons, quiet  location, walking distance lo  tdiod and shopping, $850. 885  8859. #45  Attn.: Construdlon wotkers; residential R.V. spaces, laige landscaped sites, $200/mo. Full  hook-up Ind., lel��� cable avail.  8857051, eves. 845  Luge, tunny 2 bdim. ground  floor, near Marina, Gibsons.  $550. plus. 885-9859, Arthui.#45  Excellent views, walk to lerry,  large 3 bdrm. ��� exec, house,  decks, caiports, etc. $825. 655  4854 alter 5 p.m. 84$  Gibsons spadous 3 bdim. town-  home, dote to amenlllei, 1820  sq. fl, 6 appliances, carport, balcony, $950. Relerences, 230-  4099. #45  2 temalei lor shared accom. In  large houie In Roberts Creek,  $300Jmo- Pitt no problem. 885  2875. I  SedMH teml-lumlihed, one bedroom apt., available Oec. tit,  phone 6854054. #45  Roberts Creek Hal aval., danost,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 686-  7815. TFN  Immed. 3 bdrm. D/W mobile, 5  (ppt.NMCn that,  e*^s**l����a ���  29. For Renl  STORAGE  Healed, pallatized, gov't  approved. Len Wray's Transler  Ud. 8852664. TFN  Near new, spacious 2 bedroom  townhouse wilh view, 11/2 balhs,  4 appls., 1600 sq. II, $785/mo.  8853313 or 531 -0690 colled.    TFN  Davis Bay, Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair lacilities.  8852752,8859863. 845  For Lease ��� Fully serviced Industrial lol. Gibsons, 1-921-6060,  evenings. #45  Immac. townhouse lor rent, just  like new. 2 bdrm., 6 appl, lire-  place, dose to all amenities, avail,  immed. $780./mo. 731-2920,  733-7211 colled. #45  Shared accomodation: 2 bdrm.,  excellent view, all appl. 6 F/P,  avail. Nov. 1, $400. per mo.,  includes util. 1-9450556, Sieve.  #45  Cenlral Gibsons, brlghl clean 3  bdrm. lop Iloor duplex, soulh  view, sundeck, FP/WD. Furnished N/S, $650., avail, immed.  277-6205. #48  2 bdrm., Upper Gibsons, Creekside Crescent, sunny view, F/P,  terrace. Available Nov. 1st,  $700/mo. 886-2226. #46  Unfurnished, water view bachelor  suite, Gower Pt. Road, available  now. Non-smoker, no pels.  $425.00. Weekends, 886-7021,  weekdays, 732-7731. #45  One bdrm. basemenl suile, privale entrace, laundry lacilities,  avail. Nov. 1, $495.00/mo.  Rozanne, 886-8070. #45  New 2 bdrm view townhouse  available, Sechell, Nov. 15th. 5  appliances, $825.00/monlh.  Phone 886-2299. #45  1/2 acre residential property lor  long term lease, Welcome Woods  area, near school. Suitable lot  mobile homes. 461-3795.    #46  1 bdrm. basement suile, ocean  view, Bargain Harbour. Furn. or  unfurnished, $400.00, ulils.  induded. 883-2881. #46  W/F cottage, Gibsons, available  Dec 1. 1 bdrm., den, garage, elc.  Exc. condition. Rel. required,  $600./mo. 886-7121 or 1-943-  3410. #46  New 2 bdrm. home, Sandy Hook,  basement/workshop, avail. Nov.  15, short term prefer. $660./mo. ���  util. 885-6276. #46  2 sell-contained suites, I 8 2  bdrm., lireplace, woodstove, all  appliances, $500.1-936-4455*46  2 bdrm. mobile on private lot in  Madeira Park. W/D, fridge, stove  6 drapes. $450/mo. * utils. 1-  230-8365 alter 6:00 p.m.     #46  2 bdrm. lownhouse, 1425 sq. ft.,  near new, 4 appl., basement, carport, near school, $825./mo. 885  4680. #45  2 bdrm. rancher with view, 6  appl., lireplace, garage, avail.  Dec. 1st, $750. * security deposit.  6858327. #46  Gibsons semi-walerfronl, view,  lovely 2 bdrm. main Iloor ol  house, across marina, walking lo  downtown, newly painted, gas  F./P, yard with greenhouse, $750.  /mo. incl. utils. ($725. with yard  work.) Avail, now. 1-738-3493 or  454 Gower Point Rd. #46  30. Entertainment  Female organist available lo play  in dining lounge or for small parties. 8856473. #46  Volunteers  Needed  Host Families needed  for the cast of Up Wilh  People arriving In  Sechelt November 5th  for three days. The cast  are students between  the ages ol 18 to 26  from all over the world.  Carpenter needed to  build a shelf lor a iay  care In Gibsons ��� Materials provided.  Relief needed at  lunchtime for a local  recycling depot.  Knitters needed for  Save the Children fund.  Materials provided.  Thrift store can use willing helpers on Thurs.  and Fri.  FOR THESE AND  MORE OPPORTUNITIES, PLEASE CONTACT THE VOLUNTEER ACTION CENTRE 888-8881  A Seivice Funded by  The MMsby of Sodal Ser-  vlcae and Housing  Wanled: mature, lettable person,  one oi Iwo weekends a monlh,  caring lot three young boys. Musl  have own vehicle. Musl be willing  to undergo RCMP criminal record  check. Cat 8852594 (evenings).  #47  9eetfcf  Easy woik! Exoellent Pay! Reading Books 6 T.V. scripts al home.  Many readers needed! Full/part-  time 1-504646-4513, exl B305,  24 hrs. #48  Part-time position to provide ser-  vide to children In school seting.  ResonsitBlities  The Whail Restaurant lies an  excellent reputation tor both  lood and service Presently, we  require a Fun Time 2nd Cook lor  some evening and some daytime  work. The successful applicant  musl be a learn player who can  work with all other stall in delivering a quality product lo our  guests. Experience ol a busy  kilchen is essential. Applications,  in writing only, lo: General Manager, Bella Beach, R.R. #1,  SWiell, VON 3A0. #45  EARN MONEY reading booksl  $30,000/yr. income potential.  Details, (f) 805-962-8000, Ext.  CY-308. #47  STAY HOME, EARN MONEYI  Variety ol jobs available. Earn  $400 per week. Call 24 hr.  recorded msg. lor amazing Iree  details. (604)1-623-2380, exl.  A74. #51  Hiring Molly's Reach, chel-cook,  8854720,886 7570. #45  OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST:  IN-SCHOOL SUPPORT  Part-time poslion lo provide service to children In school setting.  Responsibilities indude assessment, making program equipment  recommendations, acting as team  member and resouce person to  school stall, lamilies and other  agencies. To apply, submit  resume or telephone by November 15 to: Executive Director,  Sunshine Coasl Communily Services Society, P.O. Box 1069,  Sechell, B.C. VON 3A0. Telephone: (604)685-5881.      #45  CAPILANO COLLEGE  SECHELT CAMPUS  RECEPTIONIST I  (Temporary Part-time)  Operation of communications and  reception centre, to ensure lhat  calls and enquiries are answered  or direded accurately, and to provide Information flow between faculty, students, staff and the public.  Includes typing and clerical woik.  Qualifications: Grade 11, 55  wpm. typing, clerical, telephone  and reception experience.  Appointment: ASAP, to February,  28, '92. Hours of Work: As and  when required. Salary:  $14.37/hour. Companion*: 91-  525-C. Competilon open to M/F  applicants; membership In OTEU  will be a condllon ol emplymenl.  Applicaiton by resume or application lorm available al Sechell  Campus Olfice, 5627 Inlet  Avenue, Sechelt. Applications  musl be received no later than  4:00 p.m., November 14,1991.  #45  Seaview Gardens 6 Village Store.  Apply within. #46  Management couple wanted lor  local 28 unit motel. Full maintenance exp. required. 8856283.  #47  Part-time person required in video  dept. Person flexible lor day or  evening shilf an asset. No exp.  necessary. Will train on computer. Musl be 18 yis. ol age.  Bonus paid lor evening shilt.  Apply in person al Kern's Home  Furnishings. TFN  Part lime / weekend receptionist  required lor growing real estate  ollice, Sechell. Please contact  885-6102 for further details. #45  Your career Is important!  A professionally prepared  r6sum6 will Increase your  chances for that new  position. Call:  Diversified Office Santa  l*oi*n��88M212  32. Business &  Home Setvic  Rubbish removal, yard deanup,  pickups*deliveries. 886-7041.  ���46  CERAMIC TILE  INSTALLATIONS  Jim Redlern, 886-3148        #46  One Man Company ceramic tile  installation, interim painting, euro-  pean quality workmanship, reasonable, call Les, eves. 885-  5683. #50  PATS 1 TON TRUCKING  Will do rubbish removal, landscaping, demolition, tree removal,  hauling. 7 years experience.  Reasonable and reliable. 885  6255. 845  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free estimales. 8852109.  TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden oul ol  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service. Futy insured. Commerdal 6  residential. References available.  FRED 8853526. TFN  Coast News, November 11, 1991       27  32   Business &  Home Services  Going Away?  For the BEST in HOUSE  and PET CARE  885 2228  sum. Hsmt U'q  9nli'WiiMfli  LLOYD'S  HANDYMAN SERVICES  Home repalra, carpenlry,  plumbing, electrical, painting,  wallpapering, tiling. Small Job  specialist. Insured. Free estimate. 8852769. #45  Drapes 8 curtains custom made,  alterations. Call Amanda aller 6  pm. 8852982. #46  Joyner Home Services; vinyl siding, alum, soffits, lifetime warranty, new Irom 1.75 sq. II, leno  trom 2.25 sq. It., supply 6 install.  Lenn Joyner. 886-4730.       #48  Very capable man loi maintenance 6 deanup wok. Have own  tools. Dave, 885-3670.       #45  Typing service available.  Manuscripts, resumes, teim  papers, business letters, etc.  Reasonable rates. 865-7604. #46  Molly Mouse Day Caie spaces  available -18 months to school  age. Fun-filled caring environment  wth early childhood trained staff.  88539)3 #8  PRISM  PAINTING  PROFESSIONAL  SERVICE  REASONABLE  RATES  FREE ESTIMATES  EXCELLENT  REFERENCES  816-3411  SPARKLE UP YOUR  HOME FOR XMAS  Housecleaning, carpel cleaning,  home mgml Reas. rates, refs.  avail., P.H. area. 883-9351, 883-  9493. #47  SEAMSTRESS FOR HIRE -  Alterations, mending, creations,  very reasonable prices. Please  call Elaine, 8854983. #47  Need Painting Done? Quality  workmanship guaranlcsd on any  size |ob. Free quotes. Nick, 885  6340. #47  Builder with truck, framing homes,  garages, decks and additions.  885-0998. #47  Siding (renovations, decks), carpenter-handyman, reasonable  rales. Phone eves., 885-2013.  #47 I  Interested In purchasing small  business, Sechell/Pender Harbour aiea. Small engine, lawn-  mower, pumps, chainsaws repak  6 sales. Reply box 365, c/o  Coasl News, Box 460, Gibsons,  B.C., VON 1V0. #46  FULIORPART-TME  Couples and individuals lor business ol your own. Local Amway  distributor assists you for splendid  opportunity. 8657144,8859479.  #46  District of Sechelt  Sechelt-Gibsons  Airport  Fencing Contract  Tenders for the construction  of a chain link fence 1.8  metres high and 11,500 feet  (3,500 meters) in length  around the Sechelt-Gibsons  Airport will be received by  the District of Sechelt up to  2:00 pm on the 20th day of  November, 1991.  Tenders will be opened in  public at 2:05 pm on the  20th day of November,  1991.  Documents can be obtained  from the District of Secheh  Municipal Olfices at 5545  Intel Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.  A deposit amounting to 10%  ol the total contract value is  required to accompany all  bids.  The District ol Sechelt reserves the right to reject or  accept any offer  Further queries may be  addressed lo Mr. Doug  Fraser, Superintendent of  Public Works at 885-1986.  / recently advertised a poster special in all  3 Sunshine Coast newspapers.  The Coast News gave me  double tiie response of the  other 2 papers combined.  On a cost per response basis the Coast News proved  to be much, much less expensive.  Buis  successful  owner-operator of  Showpiece  Gallery and  Custom  Framing  ����  If you have  something to sell or  a story to tell, save real money by  contacting The "Response"Medium...  NEWS  Gibsons: 886-2622  Gibsons Fax: 886-7725  Sechelt: 885-3930  Sechelt Fax: 885-3954  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMAMtY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  230  These ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  $195  $3.70eachadditional word  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��� Upholstery   m\  POWERFUL THUCK-M0UNTED IV4'  EQUIPMENT Jt  BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS     fc  MICT   ACM   AliriilUIll Ja\W\\  JUST ASK AH0UND'  .  itS  AUTOMOTIVE  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  EDUCATION  FOA SALE MHO  HELPWANTED  Engines rebuill for Cars and  Trucks. 6 Cyl. from $995. 8  Cyl. from $1,095.100,000 Km  warranty. Bond Mechanical  872-0641, eves. 534-5113,  toll-free 1-800-663-2521.  BUt.PINO SUPPLIES  886-3823  A DIVISION OF KEN DEVRIES  S SON FLOORCOVERINGS  HENT-AHAND  ANY JOB  8884788  ���46  DOORS! WINDOWS! Interior  ' and exterior wood, metal and  Frenchdoors,woodwindows,  skylights. MORE! Call collect  toWALKER DOOR and WINDOW In Vancouver at  (604)266-1101.   If your house doesn't feel quite  right, don't eat chocolate, consider  calling a careful carpenter-designer, Rob Koenlg, 'the house doctor1. 883-2882. #46  Brill Varcoe, carpenter, foundation, decks, lences, 8 patios, 885-  7977, eves. #49  Nanny / homemaker, children,  seniors. Professional exper,  rels.$13p/hour. 886-3287. #46  Light moving 8 clean-ups, 885-  4066. #46  Man 8 1 ton truck with hydraulic  till deck, will do rubbish removal,  landscaping, tree removal, hauling etc. 7 yrs. experience. Reasonable 8 reliable. Pal, 885-  6255. #45  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating-Backfilling  Retaining Wats - Trenching  Landscape Contraction  Drainage  8888538  TFNs:  Small skidder and experienced  operator lor hire. Call Dave, 885-  3670. 845  Experienced Health Care Wotket  will provide In-home care for the  elderly or disabled, overnight  rates available. Reply to J.  Zahara, leave message at 885-  7673. #45  BUSHES? OPPORTUNITIES  BURNED OUT?...Over extended, bored, fed-up with  your current situaticn? Use  this opportunity and your expertise to become financially  Independent. Call (519) 758  - 3923 ( 24 hr. recorded  message).   THE ORIGINAL  ���JUICEWORKS- VENDING  MACHINE. Earn cash profits  dally, vendlngfrult juices. Old  South, Dew Drop, McCains,  Sunkist, Uptons. Investments  Irom $14,995. In.o  Canadawide 1 -800-465-5006.  CONSULTING-Experienced  business person build consulting practice your area or  relocate. We provide tools,  products and help. Highest  calibre Video/Audio Products.  Call 398-7007, Fax 398-8100.  BILLION DOLLAR OPPORTUNITY. Enter the billion dollar American mail-order marketplace with your own U.S.  mailing address and our  straight-forward profitable  plan. This 100 page plan Is  stuffed full of cost-cutting, mail  order TRADE SECRETS.  Low investment. No Inventory. Details, Landmark International, Dept. BP01, P.O.  Box 701, Cornwall, P.E.I.,  C0A1H0.  Waterproof Decking. Well  established company looking  for Dealers. Minimum investment Includes tools and train-  kig.CallHwoldatl-420 9876.  34. Child Cure  Mother ol two wHI do childcare In'  her home. 3 yrs. and up. Roberts  Creek. 885-5032. 847  FunsNneOeycere  spaces available for 21/2-5 year;  olds. A place where children  learn through Iree play and exploration. M- F., 7:30 a.m. ��� 5:30  p.m. 8883377. Licenced ��� Safe ���  848  UNIQUEB.C.HOME BASED  COMPUTER AND COMMUNICATION COMPANIES are  Invited to participate In one ol  the largest computer and  communications shows In  British Columbia. Under Ihe  Home-Baaed Business Program, the Ministry ol  Devolpment, Trade andTour  lem has reserved space at  the Southex Exhibitions Pac  Rim Computer and Communication Show, tor the First  Window On Business Show.  Held al the Vancouver Trade  and Convention Centre,  January 14-16, 1992, It will  provldeamerketlng opportunity lor 50 ol B.C.'s unique  home-baaed businesses.  Producla and services will  range Irani graphic design-  era, publehore ol software  and shareware, to Inventors  and sm*) manufacturers of  computer and business ac-  oaeeoriee, and specialized  business management and  consulting services. Fees  range from $200 - $350 for  Mt tpaoe that la normally  $1,500. For mon Informa-  ton or an application, contact  Sheila ClSefe at 520-5720  or tol-free voice message 1-  878-6155 or tax 854-3067.  OWNER/MANAGER looking  lor franchise or business to  operate alongside busy, well  established business in Gulf  Islands. High traffic location.  Inquiries (604)537-5596  (days), (604)537-2350 (eve  nlngs).  HOW TO PLAY POPULAR  PIANO. New home study  course. Fast, easy method.  Guaranteed! FREE information. Write: Popular Music,  Studio (113), 1031054 Ellis,  Kelowna, B.C., V1Y1Z1.  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Last Monday evening my dear friend Evo "Man Mountain"  Marcon suggested an early morning hike up by Homesite Creek  the following morning. Quelling mutinous grumblings from my  legs and aerobic systems, I quickly agreed. After a coupla cups of  Java and a few Players' tailormades (caffeine and cigarettes are  this athlete's drugs of choice when it conies lo starting my heart),  Evo ami 1 trucked on up toward Secret Cove and trundled up the  Homesite Creek logging road about 10:15.  In a word, it was beauliful. The light drizzle glistened and  sparkled off the fallen leaves and turned the tree moss iridescent.  With Evo leading the way along a roek-and slump strewn, yet  discemabie trail, moving in his stolid, Bunyanesque way, we were  soon swallowed up by cedars and pine, moving like sneaker-clad  lemmings ever closer to the sound of rushing waler.  When the excrement hit the fan  Not surprisingly, we were soon hard upon Homesite Creek,  swollen and tumbling down its mountain-fed bed and I kept  fighting off an urge to attempt lo traverse it via any number of  fallen free trunks spanning (or almost spanning) the choogling,  churning waler. Evo advised against this, making his point by  demonstrating thai most of the trunks were rotten despite their  apparent surface solidity.  I finally had my way and we made it across at one point, me  hollering and yammering that I had been magically transformed  into the Jewish ex-urbanite version of Indiana Jones. I practised a  few Tarzan yodels and an hour or so later we were back at the  truck,soaking wet and ready for more aclion. Evo suggested we  cross the highway and check out this nifty 20-foot waterfall which  Homesite feeds into.  Another 20-minute trudge through the woods and we were  there. Since it was a trifle chilly for a dunk (although I probably  would have gone in wilh or without clothes on a dare) we stood  and drank in the silence which threaded easily through the roaring  of the falls. Then we headed back for the road.  Which is when the excrement hit the fan. We were walking the  last 50 yards or so back to the truck, taking care to face the traffic  and stay on the unpaved shoulder. I remember hearing the roar of  a large truck approaching from the rear, then felt the shock waves  of a second vehicle and instinctively swung my head.  It was a high-balling 18-wheeler, passing the first truck at a  solid 110-115 kph. On a downgrade. On a slick surface. And with  a car fast approaching around the bed from the opposite direction.  Evo said the moron in the semi came within three feet of me,  engine screaming, rubber barely kissing the concrete. I was badly  frightened and, pacifislic soul that I am, had I been carrying a gun  I would have emptied the sucker in the direction of the rear  windshield of that semi.  Attempt to take up some slack  So, there on Ihe spot, I made an irrevocable decision. If the  RCMP haven't the wherewithal lo adequately patrol 101, I will  attempt to take up some of the slack. I hereby put any and all  motorists or truck drivers who seriously transgress the traffic laws  on Highway 101 on notice. If you endanger lives on the highway I  love and use so often, Tin gonna report you to the fuzz. That's a  solemn promise.  And in case you think I'm some kind of toothless wonder, let  me clue you in. First of all, I've got eyes like a hawk and a  memory that simply doesn't quit. I will not only get your license  number, I will not only get an accurate description of your vehicle  (including whom you might be driving for commercially), but I  will also supply the RCMP with a "makeable" identification of  whoever is at the wheel.  And in case you think the cops won't do anything about my  reports, listen up real closely. Simply supplying Ihem with a  license number will earn you a warning letter and your own little  piece of a police computer chip. And should I supply a  recognizable description of some maniac driver hellbent on his or  her own destruction - without having Ihe common decency to kill  themselves off without endangering others - then the RCMP will  pay you a call and present you with a citation. Of course, I will  have to appear in court to identify the driver.  I can't wait.  highway patrol  Is war  worth  dying  for??  by Bev Cranston  It's Remembrance Day, or  Armistice Day, November 11 in  Canada and no one seems to  have any happy stories to tell  about any war. How could there  be a happy story written or told  about war?  But it is, once again, a day in  time to stop and be silent for a  moment, Ihink for a moment,  respect dead soldiers for a  moment, bless and honour  them, if possible, and think  about freedom and democracy.  That's right; democracy, such  as it is. We, in Canada, can say  basically what we want when  we want and we can vote for  whom we want (even if the candidates are all pretty dubious).  Is democracy and freedom  worth dying for? From all the  books and newspapers I've read  on the subject, it is definitely  worth fighting for and dying  comes along with it. At least in  the past it has.  From the great American  Revolution and Civil War, to  the First and Second World  Wars, ihe Korean War and -  please, people, don't forget the  poor dead and maimed Americans and, yes, Canadians who  fought in the disgustingly  dreadful Viet Nam War - they  all deserve an honestly felt  moment of thought.  Everyone seems to have a  war story in his or her family.  Mine is short and different, as  there was no telegram from Ihe  war office saying a brolher or  father was dead or missing in  action. This is a rather unusual  story about my grandfather.  He was an American, recently emigrated to Alberta (where  land was given away by the federal government) from Kansas  with his southern wife and two  children. His name was Charlie  Shipley and he believed that  since his grandfather had been  bom in England he owed some  loyalty to thai country. For that  reason at the age of 35, he volunteered to fight for Canada in  the English army in the Great  War. Off to the Greek island of  Corfu he went and for two years  he drove an ambulance there.  His letters were few and far  between , bul one in particular  is cherished by my mother, who  was only one year old when he  wrote to her. He had never seen  her and was getting very homesick.  In this letter, he described  the beautiful Corfu and the  lovely people who lived there,  Serbs included.  Charlie did finally arrive  home, unwounded but he had  the misfortune of contracting  that dread disease, tuberculosis.  He suffered for many years and  eventually was hospitalized and  died. I never was allowed any  contact with him and my only  recollection is a weak wave of  his hand from a hospital window as I waved frantically back  from the sidewalk below. I was  too young to understand why I  couldn't visit my grandfather.  Yes I'm going to wear my  poppy every day I can. I would  like to wear a hundred poppies,  to let myself and others stop and  remember all those poor dead  soldier boys!  With fall's arrival, you may find it's time to  make a trip to the dump, move the boat and/or go  get firewood for the winter months ahead.  Often, a prerequisite for any of these jobs is the  use of a trailer to carry the added load. The use of  a trailer brings inherent responsibilities to ensure  that the load upon it is contained, secure and safe  for use of the road.  Regulations governing a trailer's lights largely  depend on the trailer's dimensions or weight. A  trailer that obscures the towing vehicle's brake  lights must be equipped with its own. If operated  at night, tail lights must be visible 150 metres (162  yards) to the rear of the trailer.  Separate from that, every loaded or unloaded  trailer weighing 1400 kg's (3080 lb's) or less must  have a red reflector at each side of the rear. 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