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 3  WEN THE  LOCALS  EATLOCAL  1 Overlooking the Harbour  Gibsons, B.C.  886-2268  50* per copy on news stands  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  November 18,1991 Volume 45   Issue 46  Central dispatch  system urgently  needed on Coast  Two recent fire alarms from  schools which took nearly twenty minutes to reach the fire  departments have pointed up the  urgent need for a central dispatch system on the Coast.  In both cases the incidents  were not serious. At Chatelech  Secondary School a fire in a  washroom waste basket was  quickly put out, and at Roberts  Creek Elementary School, the  alarm was apparently set off  when an automatic fire alarm  was accidentally set off.  Fire Marshall Bill Higgs told  the Coast News alarms from  schools are automatically dialed  through Anderson Alarm in  Sechelt which relays the calls to  individual firemen on their  pagers.  By coincidence the alarm  from Roberts Creek came during a time when the dialing system at BC Tel was undergoing  repairs. The Chatelech alarm  was mistakenly classified as a  false alarm.  Although relieved that the  two incidents had no serious  after effects, local officials  agree that a flaw in the system  has heen highlighted, showing  up tha urgent need for a central  dispatch system.  Donations of  toys and food  for Elves club  It's almost that time of year  again. And once more, the  Elves Club non-profit organization will be looking to the community for donations of toys  and canned goods for their  Christinas drive.  This year, the Elves Club  depots will be set up from Nov.  29-Dec 9 in the following locations:  Gibsons: Sunnycrest Mall  (Home Hardware - old location); Park Plaza Mall.  Sechelt: Pastimes Toy Store  A membership/donation  table will also be set up in Trail  Bay Mall on Dec. 13 and 14.  Hampers will be delivered  on Saturday Dec. 21 between 11  am and 3 pm.  For more information, phone  Marian at 886-2380.  And don't forget the Elves  Club Telethon on Dec. 7!  School Board Secretary  Treasurer Tim Anderson said  that in the past local fire departments have been extremely  prompt about answering fire  alarms from schools and it was  an "unbelievable coincidence  that BC Tel chose at that  moment to put down the dialing  system for repairs for twenty  minutes."  Roberts Creek vice principal  Eleanor Swan said, "The big  concern for us was not the fact  that there was a false alarm, but  the amount of time we waited  before we saw the firemen, and  that of course was not anything  to do with our school or with  the answering people or the fire  department, but it had to do  with BC Tel."  Swan went on to say that her  calls to Anderson Alarm got  through, but "I understood the  dedicated line from Anderson to  the Roberts Creek fire department had been in some way  deactivated during the repair  process.  "Thankfully we didn't have  to worry about children's safety  or damage, but it sure made  everyone evaluate the system."  Vern Lofstrom, BC Tel  supervisor on the Coast, said a  routine line transfer was taking  TURN TO PAGE 2  Gibsons Mayor Eric Sma| motions to Channel 11 viewers to bring on the bids during Gibsons and Sechelt Rotary  Clubs' combined televitjiofauction Friday evening. Gibsons club president Bill Hughes says the Rotarians were very  pleased with Hmttsapdfrr' -mt the public, raising close to $23,000 for local |  merchants and club members.  projects from the sale of goods donated by  V Joel JqJdistone photo  Garbage collectors  refuse SCRD refuse  An Irate Coast resident demanded the Regional District  explain Ks garbage collection policy at the Nov 14 SCRD meeting.  Robert Rodvlk was upset because the Regional District's  collection service won't empty containers larger than 16 gallons. His la 22 gallons.  Rodvlk brought his container, filled with garbage, to the  meeting to Illustrate how Utile the receptacle weighed.  Hoisting the receptacle, Rodvlk said, "I'm just asking for  common sense. It's not that heavy."  Director Cy O'Leary told hint the 16 gallon limit was set by  Wests Control Board (WCB) and was not debatable.  Rodvlk threatened that If the collection was done on the  basis of size rather than weight, be would purchase 16 gallon  sise containers and (Ul them with rock.  He was Informed by O'Leary, however, that garbage collectors weren't required to empty anything they considered too  heavy and the whole point of sise restrictions was to protect  the backs of workers.  The biggest percentage of on-the-job Injuries In Canada  are back Injuries," O'Leary explained.  Chairman Peggy Connor ended the matter by telling Rodvlk to follow the rules. "I'm afraid we have to abide by WCB  regulations Mr. Rodvlk," she said, "you'll have to buy a new  garbage can."  Interim water sharing deal  for Gibsons and the SCRD  by Stuart Burnside  SCRD Director Jim Gurney gave 'Notice of  Motion' Nov 14 that he intends to call for an interim water agreement between the Regional District and the Town of Gibsons to share the SCRD's  water supply.  Gibsons' supply is barely sufficient for present  population demands much of the year and less than  sufficient in the hottest summer months.  The long term goal of the interim water sharing  is to integrate Gibsons' water system into the  SCRD's.  In the Notice of Motion, Gurney calls for,  among other things, the Town of Gibsons to construct and pay for a 300,000 gallon reinforced concrete reservoir and to turn control of the Town's  wells and pump stations over to the SCRD. The  Town would pay the SCRD to operate those wells  and pumps.In addition, the Town of Gibsons  would pay the Regional District for its water either  in a lump sum or through metred rates.  The agreement is to run ihree years or until  integration is achieved. If integration hasn't  occurred in that time period the SCRD agrees to  pay for any facilities constructed by Gibsons as  part of the agreement.  Gurney presented a draft of a Dayton & Knight  (contracted engineering firm) report that outlined  the financial pros and cons of an amalgamated  water system.  The report puts Gibsons' 1990 water costs at  $260,000 or $186 for each of the Town's 1400  people. By 1993, if Gibsons doesn't share waler  wilh the SCRD, the cost, according to Dayton &  Knight, would more than double at $525,000 or  $350 a year for 1500 people.  Under a joint system Dayton & Knight places  1993 cost per resident at $293.  In making his Notice of Motion, Gurney  warned the Town of Gibsons not lo involve the  Ministry of Municipal Affairs in what he considered a local issue.  "There are rumours circulating that the Town of  Gibsons has already gone to Municipal Affairs and  asked them to intercede and force the Regional  District to supply them with water," Gurney said  to Gibsons Alderman John McNevin who was representing Gibsons at the meeting.  "(I would ask)," Gurney continued, "has Gibsons Council or does Gibsons Council intend to  TURN TO PAGE 2  Legions in  Gibsons,  Roberts  Creek, and  Pender Harbour drew  members and  participants  together In  ceremonies to  honour this  century's war  Joel  photo  Lack of protected  Coast wilderness  en amse* mrgm  The Sunshine Coast has a lot  less official wilderness than  other parts of the province. In  fact, we don't have any.  While five percent of land in  British Columbia has been set  aside as protected wilderness  under the jurisdiction of the  Forest Service, on the lower  Sunshine Coast that figure is  significantly smaller - zero percent of land has been officially  designated as wilderness.  These were some of the figures discussed by Terje Void,  wilderness management forester  with the Ministry of Forests, at  a Land Resource Use Planning  (LRUP) team meeting, Nov. 13.  Only areas of wilderness  greater than 1000 hectares were  included in the figures, which  come from the report Wilderness in British Columbia,  authored by Void for the Forest  Service in Oct. 1990.  Void also spoke in more  general terms about the wilderness planning system being put  together jointly by the BC Parks  and the Forest Service. He said  the system is really a larger version of the local Coast LRUP  process, and is trying to come  up with a reasonable plan for  integrated use of land around  the province.  "Protected wilderness" areas  must have no public roads and  no commercial timber harvesting. Varying degrees of human  activity, such as trapping, hunting, fishing and mining may be  allowed, though.  Void also said "wilderness"  and "old growth" do not necessarily mean the same thing,  although they may overlap in  some cases.  Right now, there is no set  TURN TO PAGE 2 28  Const News, November 1fl, 1991  \  Terje Void, wilderness  specialist for BC Ministry  of Forests, addresses members of the Tetrahedron  Land Resource Use Plan  com-mittee.  Joel Johnstone pholo  LRUP mulls Tetrahedron wilderness  New Home? Remodelling?  The right colour scheme, finishing  details and decorating can make a  difference.  The economical decorating consultant  for contractors and home owners.  Coordinating Lifestyles  886-7372  Coast emergency central  dispatch system required  PRE- CHRISTMAS SALE  10%- 20%0FF  all fleece sweats and tops  hand-knit Indian sweaters  all carvings  WAAAAAAAAAAA  silver and turquoise jewelery  A^*AA/\AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA^\AAAAAAAAA  moccasins  Tsain-ko Gift Shop  Located in the house of Hewhiwus  5555 Hwy. 101. Sechelt, 885-4592  Mon. - Sat. 9:30 - 5:30 pm   mgp mm  SUNDAY 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM      ��� "mt*W  FROM PAGE 1  place when the call was made  from Anderson to the Roberts  Creek fire department.  "It's the sort of thing we  have to do all the time. In this  case, it was a pure coincidence  that it happened that way.  "Whenever anyone reports a  problem on the line we always  respond right away, even if it's  in the middle of the night."  A central dispatch system,  which would tie all the fin  departments on the Coest into a  single centre, has been ����� the  works for some time.    "��   ..  ��� After gaining the ap_  the four local governments, a  by-law for a referendum to  authorize borrowing for the {project was sent to the Department  of Municipal Affairs for  approval late last summer.  Regional District Administrator Larry Jardine said the  delay in response from Victoria  Brett McGillivray  could probably be attributed to  the election, because "nothing  much happens during election  time.  "I don't think there's any  question about the approval," he  added. "It's just a matter of  ���   SUNSHINE   COAST   INSURANCE   AGENCIES   LTD   ���  Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies Ltd.  has the exclusive  Safe Driver's Package,  effected at Lloyd's of London,  that can save you money  on your auto insurance.  D  If you are a safe driver  with 5 years of claim  free driving you could  save extra money on your  auto insurance. In BC you are  required by law to have liability  coverage  through  ICBC  on  your  automobile but you are free to choose the  best deal you can find for your collision/  comprehensive coverage.  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Regional District Director  Brett McGillivray has been  working for some time to establish a central dispatch system.  He said that the required thirty-  day waiting period "makes it  critical to have the approval  right now if we are going to  have the referendum this year."  Higgs said the central dispatch system would cost  between $300,000 and  $400,000 for equipment, staff  training and the first year of  operation. After that, it would  just be a matter of wages for 24-  hour-a-day monitoring.  "It's not that much," he said.  "It's ridiculous that an area like  this with a population of 20,000  to 25,000 people doesn't have  this. But it's the growing pains  the Coast is experiencing."  Report agrees  preservation is  'worthwhile'  FROM PAGE 1  percentage of land targeted by  the Forest Service for wilderness preservation, Void said.  "Wilderness is protected when  it's the highest and best use of  land." He agreed with some  members of the LRUP, though,  that the "best use" of land for  wilderness purposes is often in  conflict with other "best uses" ���  such as logging. "Whose highest and best use?" asked Jeremy  Frith, of the LRUP team.  Frith also expressed concern  that most wilderness area was  designated in remote areas of  the province, while there were  relatively few protected regions  on the Sunshine Coast, Lower  Mainland and Vancouver  Island. "I just don't like thinking that all the unmodified landscape is up towards Fort St.  John," he said.  George Smith said since  there is no protected wilderness  area existing on the Coast the  idea of preserving the Tetrahedron "should be a non-issue,  given that most of the coast has  already been logged."  But Alan Thome of Interfor  said there is "a lot of de facto  wilderness" existing on the  Coast, which hasn't been officially designated. Roadless  areas where there is no commercial timber harvesting  accounted for 20 percent of the  land on the coast according to  the last figures available. There  is no current inventory, however, to show whether these areas  contain any old growth timber.  In an interim report, the  LRUP's wilderness subcommittee all agreed wilderness preservation is a worthwhile goal in  the Tetrahedron for protection  of water quality and existing  ecosystems. "The question is  where and how much?" said  Frith, the subcommittee chairman. The committee will likely  recommend a system of zoning  in the area, he said, which will  allow a range of uses in different parts of the Tetrahedron.  Gibsons and SCRD talk  possible water sharing  FROM PAGE 1  approach Municipal Affairs  with a view to cause Municipal  Affairs to pressure the Regional  District to either supply water to  Gibsons or to take over the Gibsons system?"  McNevin explained that the  subject had been broached with  Municipal Affairs during the  Union of BC Municipalities  convention a month before.  "We discussed options with  them," he said "and the only  thing they suggested was that, if  there was an impasse (over water needs), they were prepared  to step in to try and resolve the  situation."  McNevin said Gibsons  Council wasn't comfortable going to the Ministry of Municipal  Affairs and he hoped to work  the water problem through with  the SCRD.  Both Gurney and McNevin  agreed that involving Municipal  Affairs "was not in the best interests of the Sunshine Coast."  Council investigates  Green Plan initiative  Sechelt Council will investigate taking advantage of the  federal government's Tree Plan  Canada Green Plan Initiative to  plant trees on municipal sites.  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Joel Johnstone photo  MONDAY  DINNER SPECIAL  $8.95  with appetizer  $10.95  TUESDAY  PIZZA TO CO  Order any size and  receive FREE a ham &  pineapple same size  1 lam - 10pm  WEDNESDAY  PRIME Ml  NICHT  3 ��� 10pm  THURSDAY  PASTA 10% OFF  All entrees:  Substitute lasagna  or Spaghetti FREE  SUNDAY  ;        BUFFET BRUNCH  S    Adults $8.95 ��� Children $5.95  I // Seniors $8.00  1 lam - 2:30pm  FAC wants restrictions for  logging on private land  by Rose Nicholson  Members of the Forest Advisory Committee (FAC) would  like to see some government  control over logging on private  land.  A Public Discussion Paper  released in July of this year by  the Ministry of Forests is asking  for input on a proposed Forest  Practices Code as recommended  by the Forest Resources Commission.  Under existing provincial  legislation the Ministry has  statutory authority over Crown  forest, range land and some  regulated private land. The Discussion Paper raises the question whether these regulations  should be applied to logging on  all private land.  FAC members, noting the  many recent instances of  clearcut logging of large parcels  of private land on the Sunshine  Coast, debated the issue at some  length.  They pointed to tlie damage  sustained lo neighbouring properties during the recent storm,  which in many cases could be  directly attributed to adjoining  clearcuts which exposed standing timber to the high winds.  "There has to be a recognition," commented FAC member  Jeremy Frith,"thal whal you do  on private land can affect a next  door neighbour or society in  general.  "There have been some instances of 20 acre clearcuts behind Gibsons. Thai person has  taken his logs, marketed them  and gone, and two years later  the wind comes and the guy  next door is faced with considerable costs."  Dave Bakewell suggested  that such regulations should  extend to all forest lands,  including Indian lands and  parks, but warned that because  of the many different types of  land in the province, in actual  practice, enforcing legislation  on private land could become  impractical.  Jim Gurney noted there is a  precedent for that kind of  legislation in the Agricultural  Land Reserve (ALR) regulations.  "The Forest Act," he commented, "is not addressing all  the aspirations of the public. It's  really geared towards the  harvesting and production of  wood products.  "It no longer reflects what  the public is looking for from  the forests. Rather than trying to  change that Act, what we need  is another code which reflects  those aspirations."  When asked for comment on  how legislation on logging private lands could affect the private landowner, UBC lawyer  Joel Bakan said, "The government has the power to regulate  what people do with their private property.  "When governments have  zoning laws, that's a regulation  of private property. It has full  power to do that if it wishes.  Even if you had local boards,  there's nothing preventing the  government empowering those  boards to pass regulations concerning the usage of private  property in the same way any  kind of regional board can do.  "I don't know how much of  this currently applies to logging,  but I do know there is a large  mass of legislation which fells  private property owners whal  they can and cannot do.  "As a matter of principle,  there's no reason that can'l  apply lo logging on privale  property."  Order Your  Christmas fM  Flowers    ||||  By Dec. 1st  Place your Christmas orders by Dec. 1st and we can  send them by airmail. Save approximately $10.(K) on  wire service charges for U.K. and European orders.  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Dealing with emergencies, declarations of war, or recognition of meritorious service, and the  like, generally find our politicians laying aside the cudgels and making common cause.  Sometimes, there are false and spurious appeals for  non-partisanship made by politicians who find themselves  on shaky ground in the adversarial game. For example,  our Prime Minister is desperately trying to make the constitution a non-partisan issue. His opponents, with some  justice, believe we are at our present sad impasse because  of mishandling by the elected government and they are  certain that after any non-partisan approach, should it  prove successful, they will be confronted by the ineffable  Mulroney running for re-election specifically on the  grounds that he personally is a national saviour.  There is an opportunity in British Columbia at the present time, however, for an issue of crucial importance to  be treated in an absolutely non-partisan manner to the  credit of all the political players and potentially to the  enormous benefit of the people of this province and this  country.  Few issues being debated by politicians in the democratic world more closely affect the lives of democracy's  citizenry than the issue of medical care and the provision  thereof. Our neighbour to the south lags behind the industrial world in the provision of socialized medicine with  the result that, though Americans pay more per capita for  medical insurance than anyone else, they end up with the  current situation which sees young mothers unable  because of poverty to get doctors' attention and sees the  elderly instantly impoverished, their life savings consumed by a single major illness.  That society has a role to play in this key area affecting  the well-being of its citizens is no longer a matter of serious debate. And yet the costs of providing medical care  that is universal continue to soar and governments everywhere are grappling with hard decisions of both financial  and ethical consequence.  A royal commission appointed by the previous government has just delivered itself of its findings in this  province. It is a weighty and crucially important document. It deserves the fullest attention by all thinking individuals and the most serious and non-partisan consideration by all of our politicians.  The fact that the new government is now perfectly  positioned to take an objective stance, having neither  commissioned the study nor being bound to its implementation, should mean that the issues can be grappled with  without it becoming a political football.  An apology...  Recently into our Classified Section there slipped an  advertisement critical of St. Maiy's Hospital. The wording  allowed in print was unduly harsh and we apologize to St.  Mary's Hospital, its Board, and its staff.  We hold there is room for all opinions within our pages  but, in common with the vast majority of Coast residents,  are of the opinion that we are fortunate in our hospital  here, and have often said so in print.  letters  Open house marks  first anniversary  In November of 1990,  Planned Parenthood opened our  birth control clinic at 494 South  Fletcher in Gibsons.  On Nov. 19, we are celebrating our first year of service with  an open house from 4:30-6:30  pm. We are inviting everyone to  come, meet our staff and volunteer counsellors, and tour our  facilities.  We look forward to seeing  everyone.  SHERIBOURRI  President  Thankful for a  rapid response  Renewed concern for the  threat of fire is forcing us to it-  evaluate the pros and cons of/,  operating our recycling depot in  Sechelt. A recent act of arson  has left us, and our insurance  company, with two choices -  close the facility or limit its  hours of access. Although recycling is important in protecting  the environment, potential loss  of lives and property is not  worth risking.  Operating the depot has  given us our share of headaches,  frustrations and costs, but the  knowledge that we, as a community, have saved thousands  of trees has made it worthwhile.  Together we can also take pride  in knowing that the weight on  the shoulders of our local landfill is 1000 tons lighter (600  truck loads to Vancouver for  Peter Hemstreet.)  Effective immediately our  depot will operate seven days a  week, from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm.  It will be closed lo drop-offs  outside these hours and will be  closed holidays. To ensure the  continued success of the project, it is imperative that patrons  abide by these hours. It is unacceptable to us and lo our neighbours to have materials dumped  on our parking lot. Please  remember that we have no public facilities for "garbage" - we  can only accepl selected materials. For a current list of recy-  clables, ask a ShopEasy cashier.  We wish to thank our  patrons for their cooperation,  and local governments for their  continuing interest in waste  management. We also wish to  express our gratitude to the  Sechelt Volunteer Fire Department for their quick response.  NEIL CLAYTON  BRUCE MORRIS  Trail Bay Developments Ltd.  Weighing garbage  next requirement?  We have one of those  garbage cans that is slightly  larger than the standard type. It  allows me to put out only one  can a week.  This makes my life easier  and should do the same for the  local collector.  Two weeks ago it was put  out for pick-up and was left. I  thought the disposal people had  missed it, so filled another  smaller can this week and left  both on the curb.  The smaller one was emptied  but not the slightly larger one,  which leads me to believe that  either local management prefer  two cans per week to empty  (more work?) or the can that I  cany 100 feet to the curb is too  heavy for the shotgun rider to  pick up and dump.  Does this mean the next step  is weighing our garbage and gift  wrapping it or do we wait at the  curb to load it on ourselves?  RAY COATES  Artist's comments  degrade veterans  In the Sept. 16 issue of the  Gibsons Leader there was an  interview with Robert Bateman  which I found to be highly  insulting lo myself as a Viet  Nam veteran. To be referred to  as deranged is not acceptable. I  have worked very hard to dispel  this image over the years and to  have a supposedly intelligent  artist make this type of comment  has done great harm to all of us  who served in the military during the Viet Nam war.  Not only did Mr. Bateman  find it fit to insult Viet Nam vet-  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  erans, but he also insulted members of the National Rifle  Association and loggers who  have the misfortune to be unemployed during this extremely  hard time in our country.  Has Mr. Bateman ever taken  the time to sit down with any of  the people he found so easy to  malign to find out what their  views are?  RONALD F. MELLA  Western District Commander  Department of Canada  The American Legion  Forest practice  changes wanted  Calls for changes to our  forestry practices are coming  from all quarters. The Canadian  council of Ministers of the Environment commissioned a report  entitled "1991 Environmental  Scan". It said the forest industry  "...ignore(s) the value of the forest as habitat for wildlife, a purifier of air and water, a  windbreak across flatlands and  protection against erosion and  flooding."  The report dispels the myth  that clear-cutting is the "most  ecologically sound" method of  logging as purported by the  industry. "The primary method  of harvest is the clear-cut,  accounting for 90% of all logging. The main advantage of  clear-cutting is that it best satisfies the goal of least cost for  maximum dollar return."  Possible solutions are suggested. One is to "...price the  resource to eliminate its wasteful or unnecessary use. A second way is to require less  destructive harvesting techniques."  Is the new Minister of  Forests listening?  JIM PINE  Victoria BC  Of democracy and the changing of our governments  "Gunpowder, treason and plots," huffed my old  friend Nutter on the subject of the swearing-in of  British Columbia's new cabinet.  Nutter is not, of course, signifying either disrespect for or disapproval of the province's current  government.  Rather he was manifesting a certain curmudgeonly disapproval for the lack of historical perspective which enabled our esteemed Premier Harcourt to have the swearing-in of his bright, new,  squeaky-clean cabinet on November Sth, or as it is  still known in the home of the mother of parliaments, Guy Fawkes Day. In the entire history of  quasi-democratic or parliamentary government  there is no blacker day than Guy Fawkes Day, no  blacker doings than those attempted by Mr.  Fawkes.  Mr. Fawkes, again in Nutter's words, was a  somewhat 'scruffy, lesser gentleman' from Yorkshire who just over 300 years ago was a member  of the party which was not in power.  Despairing of the democratic alternative, and  musings  John burnside  indeed of the democratic process, our Guy, who is  still burned in effigy annually by British school  children, opted to effect a change in government  by loading the basement of the House of Parliament with enough gunpowder to blow the buildings and all members of the government to  smithereens during the occasion of the opening of  Parliament.  Only by luck and a vigilant janitor was this dastardly plot prevented from coming to fruition or  fulfillment. A few years later the last of the tragi  cally headstrong Stuarts was driven from the  throne. With the going of James II a tradition of  bloodless change of government was established in  Britain and a long line of imported monarchs  secured on the throne.  Swearing-in date aside, Harcourt's first venture  into provincial leadership has garnered generally  favourable reviews. His is a good mix of bright  people at the start of their term and virtually everyone can breathe a sigh of relief that the bizarre  death throes of the Vander Zalm years are now  behind us.  The challenge for the New Democrats will be to  reconcile the passionate environmental views of  their green wing with some of the industrial  dinosaurs from whom they draw their support,  notably Jack Munro of Uie IWA.  A few months ago MP Ray Skelly was tripping  blithely around his constituency with NDP hopeful  Howard White and when this inevitable dilemma  for the NDP was broached to him over lunch by  the Coast News he reassured us with  all of the  smug condescension which comes from being too  long near the seats of power that old Jack was simply misunderstood and there was no problem. A .  few weeks ago I heard Ed Broadbent taking exact- -  Iy the same position in a lengthy CBC interview. It:  won't wash, boys.  Munro is bright enough to know that automation is costing jobs in the woods. He is cynical  enough to cling to power by making environmentalists the scapegoat he lashes to keep his well-  remunerated position at the head of his union.  There are lots of people bright enough to know  that and if the NDP insists on saying otherwise for  fear of offending their trade union allies this could  be a one-term government.  What we have learned since Guy Fawkes' time  is simply that issues other than gunpowder can  blow even well-intentioned, squeaky-clean governments to smithereens. This is one issue to  watch.  c&nist  Avyenieinfl m9**aaa.  f rotfucitmn MsiM|tr  The Sunshine Coasl New* Is locally owned  ind published on tha Sunshine Cosst. B.C.  every Monday by Olassfard Press Ltd... Boh  460. Gibsons. B.C., VON IVO, (KH) 886-2622.  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Oacina Him  mndonoaJo-Amu  I  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  %^t ^mS**y ^a^  ������*��� �����������' Coast News, November 18, 1991  Gibsons heeds protest over the  posting of municipal street sign  A sign of the times? This trafffic sign at Killarny Lane  has sparked outcry from Gibsons residents who disagree  with its location. See story.  The posting of municipal street signs on a quiet little road in  Lower Gibsons has ignited public opposition to ihe point that Gibsons Council will remove a no-left-turn restriction limiting the access  to Killarny Lane, designed for public safety.  The problem started as a six-month experiment by the Town of  Gibsons in which Killarny Lane was turned from a two-way to a oneway street.  Killarny Lane begins as a right turn off Highway 101 as it climbs  out of Lower Gibsons toward the 'uptown' The lane then stretches  along behind the Devlin Funeral home for two blocks.  When the experiment was first proposed, according lo Gibsons  planner Rob Buchan, letters were sent to all 17 affected residents of  the lane to which 11 people responded foratotal of 68%.  Buchan said the responses varied widely bul thai those expressing  opposition mainly cited concerns for emergency vehicles trying to  enter the lane.  "We contacted the emergency crews," Buchan lold the Gibsons  Planning Committee Nov 13, "and they indicated the limited access  wouldn't be a problem for them."  Killarny Lane was then designated one-way. However, access  was further limited by the posting of the no left turn sign off highway  101.,  This means if one is travelling down on Highway 101 and wishes  to turn onto Killarney Lane, it is necessary to molor patiently past.  Since the lane is also one-way - with no access from the other end -  one must then find a place to U-turn somewhere in lower Gibsons.  It is then possible to come back up Highway 101 and enter the  lane with a right turn.  This further restriction of Killarny has provoked a protest petition  from 52 people, many of whom don't live in the area of Killarny  Lane and some, according to Mayor Eric Small, "...that don't even  live in Gibsons."  Small said he phoned one of the petition signers who lives in Vancouver and learned the man ran a travel business and must pick-up  people who use his service.  "He drives a big bus," said Small, "..for him to get into that property he has to go down the hill almost to Ihe (government wharf), turn  around then come back up the hill to get in..it's very time consuming  on a tight schedule, not to mention the waste of gas etc."  It was pointed out that the no-left-turn sign was placed there  because of limited visibility at the corner but Mayor Small noted the  visibility was no worse than Seaview drive, a road some fifty feet  down from Killarny with similar visibility problems and no turning  restrictions.  Alderman Margaret Morrison motioned to have the sign removed  from Killarny Lane for the next three months, until the end on the one  way street experiment.  @v���U*W1-  VUKWSI  Put yukkwt In ttwir place!  fresh cut flowers  woodland arrangements  floral designs  we deliver  Janice Carter  886-7435  499 Marine Dr.  Cibsons Landing  Elphinstone  Secondary  News���  REPORT CARDS / INTERVIEWS  Report cards will be handed out 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 for appointments.  GRAD PARENTS' MEETING  On November 20 at 7:30 pm in the cafeteria there  will be an important meeting of the parents of this  year's grad class. All grad parents are invited to  attend.  93 STUDENTS ON HONOUR ROLL  The honour roll for the first term includes 93 names.  An additional 55 students received honourable  mention.  ATTENDANCE/ GRADES  Good attendance leads to good grades. During the  first term 201 students (out of 600) missed no more  than 1 day of school. These students received an  average grade of C+. The 43 students who had 10 or  more days absent received an average grade of D.  letters  High speed kills -  just ask Bay cats  I choose to speak out for  Halfmoon Bay because I am  concerned about the speed that  - vehicles   drive   at   in   the  Halfmoon Bay area.  So far three cats have been  killed in front of our house.  On Apr. 9,1990, my family's  cat, Susie, was hit. Then, on  Aug. 26, 1991, my kitten,  Buddy, was hit. He was my best  friend.  Another cat that was hit was  owned by a nice old man. He  was really close to his cat Toby.  I can see how he felt. His cat  was nine years old. The poor  man was crying, of course, and I  was too.  All these killings of pets  were hit and runs.  Here in Halfmoon Bay, there  have been many broken hearts,  because of pets killed almost  every day. So everyone would  really appreciate it, if people  who drive on Redrooffs and in  Halfmoon Bay, especially the  truck drivers, would keep to the  speed limit of 50 km/h.  If people don't start cleaning  up their acts, then soon a child  catching the school bus will be  killed instead of a pet. So please  respect the law.  ANN KONOPASEK  Age 12  Pen Pals for  Korean Vets  It can fairly be said that few  positive, long-lasting things  ivolve from war.  Four decades ago the world  was shocked when the Korean  War began.  In July 1953 a cease-fire was  signed, but not before 516  Canadian soldiers had laid  down their lives. They have not  been forgotten.  Also not forgotten are the  thousands of Korean children  the Canadians came in Contact  with during their tours.  In recalling earlier, sadder  times, members of the Korea  Veterans Association of Canada have undertaken, with the  cooperation of the Republic of  Korea, a "pen-pal" program.  This program, however, is one  with a difference. Titled the  Grandfather Program, it matches a Canadian Korean War veteran with a Korean school child.  The age difference in some  cases is SO or 60 years or more.  War is pointless, friendship  is not.  The fruits of the Canadians'  labour can be seen in the letters  KVA Canada members receive  from their Korean pen-pals.  BOBORRICK.CD  Korea Veterans Association of  Canada, Inc.  Thank you for  helping bazaar  The Catholic Women's  League wishes to thank everyone who helped make the recent  Holy Family Church Bazaar  such a great success.  We invite everyone to our  craft sale at the mall on Friday  Dec. 6 from 10 am-2 pm.  PEGGY JARDINE  Secretary, CWL  Christmas Seals  benefit people  It was about 100 years ago in  Denmark. Tuberculosis was  rampant. Doctors worked  overtime but were short of  money and facilities. Something  had to be done.  Then the postmaster general  of Copenhagen came up with a  solution: Christmas seals. Since  then the concept has spread  throughout the world.  Most of you will by now  have received a communication  from the Sunshine Coast  Christmas Seal Committee.  Please respond generously.  CHRISTIAN KINDT  Gibsons BC  Luck\ ,  DOLLAR1  FOODS  Ken's Lucky  L/ibollar Foods  vjyp Quality, Service, Selection and  Sfcv?  Everyday Low Prices  PRICES EFFECTIVE:  Tues. Nov 19th  to Mon. Nov 25th  OPEN MON. - FRI. 9:30 am - 8 pm:  ���" SAT , SUN. & HOLIDAYS 9:30 am - 6 pm  ' GOWER POINT HOAD, GIBSONS LANDING - 886-2257  ��;s\ North  ^| Oaks  767 North Rd.,  Gibsons, B.C.  ��m'Mcin����Hi"iiiiMi''' imtmitim  26 ADULT ORIENTED  SINGLE LEVEL  TOWNHOMES  Phase 3& 4  Now Starling  For more information  please call  Twin Oaks  Development Corp.  886-4680  Builder Wanted  Builder with lot  wanted as partner  to erect, finish, and  sell 1700 sq.ft.  prefabricated cedar  home.  Phone 987-6233  Fa*985-6026  r.  GROCERY  x, r.  Vim ^^  paper towels       2,on 990  Cashmere OCQ  toilet tissue        ������� ZTO  Ultra ,lov OfiG  dishwashing liquid < iP9  Ivory Snow COO  detergent ol Ow  Kraft OQQ  mayonnaise      mmi �����  Bernstein (assorted varieties) OAQ  salad dressing   aw n,i i,*9  No Name ��**��  mustard .500 mi 890  Rice Dream Nan-Dairy OQQ  beverage  Mmi ��?*  Golden Grove *m*  orange juice       mm 990  Catetli (assorted varieties) *M*t A  pastas      soos 1"  Red Hose Ann  tea m Z"  Pom OQQ  Honeycomb cereal 400 3 O"  Cheerios cereal    i��i Z*��  DELI  Grimms Bavarian  meat loaf ��.  Pure Beef  sausage   ��.  Chef Pac Deluxe Iwltli egg)  potato salad        1/2 it  399  399  109  PRODUCE  FROZEN  Minute Maid (assorted flavours) *m*af\\  fruit punches     355 mi 990  No Name 090  pizza area Cr9  BUTCHER SHOP  198  329  Fre$h Beef nr Beef and Onion  sausage ��,  Fiesh Whole llone-ln  lamb legs ��,  Fresh Wltole Oil Up 41Q  frying chicken        u>     V9  Fresh Boneless 4QQ  pork butt roasts      ��.     I"  HOT SPECIALS  209  Dofryfand  2% milk ,,  McCavm's Buttercup, Whtttt r�� Bum-\  bread 890  DAIRY  Schneider's  margarine 454 g  {Schneider's Random Cut  Cheddar cheese  109  %o��  BAKERY  Westerns Country Hatoesl  4 Varieties  bread     ��ng  Mcniulm Country White/dO% WW  bread 567 g  Our Own Fresh Baked  7 grain bread       u. oz  Mm, a,ic bear claws m  Mini Sfrrju*BolMrton (MUliSh  6 s  15  159  119  119  109 Coast News, November 18, 1991  ���- J4tf in the Family ���  CMMii'S Utfrst HOOT t'ovem^ tfamtf  on the Sunshine Coast  community  go/den lifelines  by Joyct Ostry  Every task for the Seniors Centre has been planned in a meticulous  manner. The Seniors themselves took on the job of general contractor. They have many talents in the group.  Of course, one never knows when "Murphy's Law" will come into  effect, but it did on this project. A backhoe broke down and another  machine and operator could not be found so the trenches for heating,  plumbing and electricity were "earned the hard way"! John Miller,  Harold Ferguson, John Bottomly, Mel Neelands, Sam Shore and Alf  Garland dug the trenches using strong backs and shovels and met the  schedule. Do any of you people need Tiger Balm?  Sechelt Seniors Host Regional Meeting  Branch #69 hosted Branch #49, Powell River, on Nov. 13 for a  regional meeting. Edith Caldwell and Mary Robson served a marvellous lunch for 17 at the Seniors' Hall on Mermaid. President Tom  Bitting, of Sechelt, chaired the meeting. There were lively discussions on the topics of ferries, new memberships and the idea of keeping halls open during summer months. The meeting adjourned at 2  pm. The Seniors' National Convention, in Sept. 1992, will be held in  Vancouver, and COSCO (Council of Senior Citizens' Organization of  BC) will host the event.  General Meeting Set  The general meeting of Branch #69 will be Thursday Nov. 20 at  1:30 pm. Plan on a morning of crafts and pompoms, starting at 9:30  (when you can turn in your goods for the bazaar and hamper) and the  meeting and election of officers at the hall in the afternoon.  If you have plastic bags, bring a few with you to use Nov. 23 for  the Christmas bazaar.  Christmas Bazaar  The doors for the bazaar will open at 11 am, with free admission.  You can buy a delicious lunch for a small amount of money. Christmas cake will be available: light and dark - with and without nuts;  also among the goodies will be carrot pudding and a table of baked  goods the men have prepared. We have also been "ooohing" and  "aaahhing" as we see the crafts coming in the door.  Winning tickets for the raffle will be chosen at the bazaar. First  prize is a quilt, second prize a decorative photo album and third is a  whale picture. Tickets can be purchased at the bazaar. We'll even  have a white elephant sale.  On Nov. 30, another one of those wonderful dinners will be held  and rumour has it that we're having shepherds' pie. See Patti Miller  for tickets at 885-7792.  Handcrafted gifts of all kinds help to raise money for  the Sechelt Seniors' new building.      Rose Nicholson photo.  Baha'i  Faith  The Baha'i Icuhings speak  not only to tlie spirit of  man, hut to llie heart...  INFORMATION  Call :886-2078  or 885-7259  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Witt  885-3645  With only six short weeks to  go 'til Christmas I'm starting to  feel the first niggling stabs of  anxiety. I swear those weeks get  shorter the closer we get to the  big day.  The Festival of the Written  Arts will be putting on a Book  Bargain Bash on Saturday Nov.  30 in Rockwood Centre (in the  North Wing). There will be lots  of new books, just in time for  Christmas giving. Used books  will also be there at bargain  prices. A selection of original  prints and posters, and a raffle  of autographed books worth  $155 will be drawn at 2:30 pm.  Beverages and a hot lunch will  also be available.  The Book Bargain Bash will  start at 10 am and go on 'til 3  pm. See you there.  Cancer Society  The society will hold their  regular monthly meeting on  Monday Nov. 18 at 1 pm in the  regional board office, Royal  Terrace, Sechelt. Members of  the public are welcome. For  more information, call 885-  9451.  Professional Women  The Sunshine Coast Business and Professional Women's  Club is holding a dinner meeting at the Cafe Pierrot at 6:45  pm on Tuesday Nov. 19. Guesl  speaker will be Sandy Wright-  man talking about stress. Members are urged to come to the  dinner and bring a friend. Call  NEW?  Nan Nanson      886-3416  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL US!  Helen Milburn   886-8676      Ruth Bulpit        885-5847  Rosemary Cook 885-5821  Myma al 885-9812 or Barb at  886-7751 for more information.  Book Fair at School  West Sechelt Elementary  School is having a book fair  from Tuesday Nov. 19 to Thursday Nov. 21, from 9 am-4 pm.  Farewell, Mary  That grand old lady, Mary  Jackson, has gone to join her  ancestors. Although I knew she  had to be getting up there in  years it was still a great shock  to me to hear that she had gone.  We will miss her.  Poinsettia Sale  If memory serves me correctly it's almost that time of  year again when the Festival of  the Written Arts have their  poinsettia sale. I don't know  exactly when it is, but I'm sure  they'll be well advertised. Keep  an eye out for them and keep  your money ready. They're usually gorgeous and they go  quickly.  Many people believe the  poinsettia plant is poisonous.  It's not. Still, like many house  plants, it can cause stomach  upset if swallowed, so keep  your poinsettia out of reach of  small children and pets. Mistletoe and holly, however, are  toxic.  ORDER YOUR 'SUPER HOST'  Meat Platter, Cheese Platter  or  10 Organic Veggies Platter  VARIETY M, FOODS  The BIGGEST Little Store in Gibsons Landing 886-2936  Gibsons & District  Public Library  Hours:  T\jra. 9:30-3pm  Wed 9:30-3pm  Thun. 12:30-8pni  Sal. 9:30-3pm  STORYTIME: Wed. I Own  Sechelt  Homa  Public Library  Wcdn.  ���nuns.  Pti.  Sit.  10:304pm  I0;30-Ipm  10.30.7pm  l-Spm  lO.MMpm  Wmammt  mmaA  mm  aHaa  amm  mm Coast News, November 18, 1991  community  byHliCiiM  At a special ceremony Oct.  25 at BCIT, David Smith, a  1991 Elphinstone grad, was presented with a Canada Council  scholarship, an award established by Industry, Science and  Technology Canada.  To obtain the full scholarship  over four years, the student  must maintain first class grades  each year.  David is enrolled in BCIT's  two-year Mining and Technology program, and plans to continue engineering studies at  UBC or SFU upon completion  of his BCIT course.  Our best wishes, David.  Kids Christmas  Shopping  Shades of the five and dime  store in grandfather's childhood!  On Dec. 14 in the Nifty  Thrifty above Ken's Foodland,  kids - from tots to 12 years - can  shop for Mom or Dad's presents. While they're at it, they  can get gifts for the rest of the  family too.  Prices - mark this - range  from five cents to $1.50. And  the Nifty Thrifty willwrap  every purchase up real Christmas like!  It's a fun sale, say the coordinators, Eileen Spencer and  Shirley Lewis. "This will be our  fifth annual Christmas sale for  Hd shoppers," says Eileen.  By the way, you adults, if  you have any suitable white elephant goods that can be used in  this sale, please donate them.  Whatever proceeds there are  at the end of the day go to the  food bank.  Quiet Heroics  "No, we haven't heard from  any of the survivors yet. Probably still recovering from those  twelve days adrift in the life-  raft."  We had asked about the rescue of the crew of an American  fishboat that had sunk in Canadian waters a couple of hundred  kilometres north of Masset last  Oct. 8.  The crew of Russel  Cameron's Viking, out of Pender Harbour, spotted the life-  raft in heavy swells just north of  Graham Island and pulled the  five haggard survivors aboard.  How to get the five to medical attention and then on their  way home to Seattle became a  dilemma for Russel Cameron's  crew.  No search-and-rescue stationed in the Charlottes,  Comox's Coast Guard far out of  range for timely help and Prince  Rupert's Coast Guard apparently at a loss, at first - what to do?  About four hours after the  rescue by the Viking, a helicopter out of Sitka was reluctantly dispatched to foreign  waters to lift two survivors and  take them to hospital in Sitka.  One of these survivors, the skipper, had collapsed after hanging  on to keep up his crew's  morale.  The Viking took the other  three to military hospital in  Masset. Those three, glad to get  out of their survival suits after  twelve days, got some clothes  from the crew of the Viking and  a little money from Cameron to  help them on their way.  A fortunate rescue for five  men with no food and almost no  water for twelve days.  mmm  Ladies Auxiliary to the  Royal Canadian Legion,  Branch 109, Gibsons  Christmas Bazaar  Legion Hall  Sat, Nov. 30/91  11 -2 pm  Crafts, Me Table,  Mincemeat, Hand Knits  & Christmas Decorations  Join us  for Soup* Sandwiches/  ARealDeal  K  Some of the performers of "Anything Goes", Nikki Weber's latest variety show at the  Sechelt Seniors Hall Saturday, Nov. 9 - a benefit for the new seniors' hall project. The  talented ensemble plays again Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Gibsons United Church Hall, this  time to raise funds for the Cancer Society. Ruth Forrester photo  \SSS&*  \jtfISEfc  Sac**-  thutsana  0657  Woolnrordv  STORE HOURS:  Mon.-Thurs. 9:30-6; Fri. 9:30-9; Sat. 9:30-6; Sun. 11-5  i  maam  - .  - ���.<������; - - -7. - ���. 8 Coast News, November 18, 1991  Hearty & Flavourful  BREAKFASTS  Served Dally, Tues - Sat, 7am - 6pm  Creek Foods International  Goukmctto Go . 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All this stormy weather  makes you think ot going someplace warm, maybe tropical,  like Thailand. I hear some of  the local folks are headed that  way. Hope you all have a safe,  and no doubt happy journey.  Now is also a good time to  get your creative juices flowing.  There will be a craft sale at the  next ladies tea, which will be on  Friday Dec. 13. So get busy people 'cause it's just around the  comer. I've had the pleasure of  seeing some of the recent quilts  made by the Scookum Scrappers - nice stuff you girls.  Oh ya! If you're into (upper-  ware, Betty Silvey is the person  to contact.  Recycling Depot  Proposed  Some of us do, and some of  us don't, but if there was a local  recycling depot all of us could.  A recycling depot has been proposed for Egmont. I hope the  response to the idea will be  excellent, as this would show a  need for more of these facilities.  So please remember the meeting at the hall on Nov. 22 at  7:30 pm.  There are only a few things  left growing in the garden now,  like cabbage, kale, broccoli and  carrots.  Cougar Sighting  News flash! I just got word  that there was a cougar sighting  on Egmont Road, on Friday  evening. Also sighted on North  Lake Road, one dead beaver.  Airforce veteran Cathy McQuitty was one of many veterans who paused to remember at  the Pender Harbour Legion cenotaph, November 11. Anne Cook photo  Hospital  AGM Nov 18  The Annual General Meeting  of the St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary will be held at the Canadian Legion Hall, Sechelt, on  Monday Nov. 18 at 11:30 am.  Election of executive and  other officers for the coming  year will take place.  In reviewing the activities of  the auxiliary for the past year,  President Mary MacDonald will  also be pointing out that, since  its inception, the auxiliary has  donated over one and a quarter  million dollars to the hospital.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE  Accelerated  Office Technology  Program  Enrolling Now!  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MM nm Way ��� Narik Vanoawar ��� IX. ��� V7J Ml  Our Gift Gallery  remains in beautiful  Gibsons Landing  OPEN HOUSE  SATURDAY  NOVEMBER 23  2-3pm  Featuring  LYALL NANSON  Watercolour  Artist  Hand Made Gifts ��� Potteiy  Cards ��� Candles ��� Art Supplies  Come in soon for great  Gift Selection  mShow Piece Gallerym  280 Gower Point Road, Gibsons Landing ��� 886-9213  harbour watch  by Jscslyn Vlncsnt  M3-2M0  Recently I have had a lot of people voice their disapproval of the  proposed elementary school being built near the Pender Harbour  High School. If your concern is high, there are polls placed in businesses throughout Madeira park and Garden Bay for your signature.  This issue should not be taken lightly, so here's your chance.  Annual Craft Fair  The clinic auxiliary will be holding their annual craft fair on Nov.  30 at 11:30 am in the community hall. Lots of goodies are there for  Christmas!  New members are always welcome. Members meet the fourth  Monday of each month, at 2 pm, in the boardroom at the clinic. A  small fee of one dollar is paid for the membership. If you have any  spare time, your help for this cause is most needed!  The Blue Shoe Opens Its Doors  The Blue Shoe is having an open house, along with their annual  Christmas sale. The open house will be for two days only, from Saturday Nov. 30 to Dec. 1, from 11 am-4 pm each day. Three quarters  of the way down Francis Peninsula Road, the Blue Shoe is famous for  its designed ceramics.  GRIP News  GRIP would like to thank all those wonderful people who donated  toward raising funds for the group at the November swap meel. It was  such a success the organization would like to continue at the swap  meet each month.  If you would like lo attend GRIP meetings, the next one is Nov. 27  at 7:30 pm at Ihe Pender Harbour High School. Everyone is welcome  and baby silting is provided. Recycling is everyone's concern.  As the Tide Changes  Clean air buffs - every day we breath in 5000 gallons of air. Over  a lifetime, Ihe average person breathes in 13 million cubic feet of air.  Happy birthday to Dave West. Have a great day!  Until next week - be good to yourself!  Students get chance to  travel world for a year  Students from the Sunshine  Coast have the chance to be  among hundreds of young  Canadians who enjoy the  unique and rewarding adventure  of studying abroad with AFS  Interculture Canada.  AFS interculture Canada is a  registered charity whose mission is to promote intercultural  learning and development  through international exchange  programs.  Each year, young people  between the ages of 15 and 18  add a whole new dimension to  their school education; they  learn a new language and discover a new culture.  Students have more than 30  destinations to choose from,  where they live with a carefully  selected host family and attend  a regular high school -just like  other local students. Over the  course of the year, they change  from wide-eyed and tongue-  twisted newcomers to members  of a new culture and lifestyle.  It's a challenge they are proud  of and whose rewards last a lifetime.  AFS Interculture Canada is  currently in the midst of its  recruitment campaign. There  are still several placements  available for the 1992 winter  departures and more lhan 225  placements for the 1992 summer departures. All Canadian  students who are adventurous  and want to acquire ne,w knowledge can apply.  For more information, please  contact AFS Interculture Canada, toll-free, at 1-800-361-1879.  COAST WINDOW WASHING  Senior's Discounts  Heights No Problem  Interior & Exterior  Free Estimates  RANDIE'S FRESH HERBS  large Variety of Flavoured  Vinegars, Packaged  Herbt or Planli.  Available Any Time  Crow Road Herb Farm  Robert! Creek 886-9324  ABSOLUTE  ACCOUNTING  COMPUTERIZED  ACCOUNTING  886-9100  IfHilnMlmu  *MU��AMfntU  VttMonWUoonw  This Space  Could Be  Yours  mt  *-%��� �������WT -*-"��***.������*-;.,.   a.m* ���*������- j^*  MM Coast News, November 18, 1991 9  community  Jeannie Mercer sells tickets on a hamper of Christmas goodies and some beautiful  handmade gifts to raise money for the Halfmoon Bay branch of St. Mary's Hospital  Auxiliary. Rose Nicholson photo  halfmoon bay  Participants, sponsors created j  successful Chinook swimathon  On Sunday Nov. 3, the Chinook Swim Club  hosted a very successful swimathon. A special  thank you to the forty swimmers who participated.  They are: Josh Bailey, David Ball, Joelle Bezaire,  Shane Cross, Tyson Cross, Jessica Dayton,  Jonathan Dean, Adrian Devries, Amanda Fallis,  Candice Gourlay, Shauna Gourlay, Matt Graham,  Jordon Hall, Brady Hanna, Kelsey Hanna, Scott  Harker, Sean Hindebrant, Ryanne James, David  Kennerley, Jamie Kennerley, Kelsey Letham,  Wendy Lucas, William Lucas, Julie Mellor, Ryan  Mellor, Rae-Marie Richardson, Tamara Rigby,  Matthew Robinson, Shane Robinson, Amanda  Saigeon, Colby Saigeon, Mark Stewart, Rudi  sTochelt council notes  Stewart, Jesse Storvold, Kalien Swinney-  Lawrence, Eli Tveter, Angelle Vanbrabant, Jessica  Wollen, Jocelyn Wray and Nathan Zavaglia.  The club would also like to thank the Gibsons  and Sechelt businesses for their donations, the parents for volunteering their time and the moms for  providing an excellent variety of goodies.  Thank you all for helping make this a great  fund raising project.  Note to Chinook Club parents: our Annual  General Meeting is scheduled for 7 pm, Nov. 26,  in the library at Gibsons Elementary School (car  parking entry). We hope to see you there.  byMfcFsrnstar  As most of you are aware,  work is presently in progress  with renovations at the hall.  This is a fairly costly business  for which some help is needed  for extra funds for the kitchen.  Grace Lamont is collecting  money and ticket stubs for the  current Seniors Lottery, as well  as Shop Easy sales slips on  behalf of the Welcome Beach  Community association, toward  this end.  Please give Grace a call at  885-9269 if you can help.  At Coopers Green  The caretakers at Coopers  Green strive to keep the park  and facilities clean and tidy, but  it must be most discouraging  when there is a lack of support  from those using the park.  The latest problem they are  having to deal with is horseback  riding. It ought to be obvious  lhat this would cause damage to  the green as well as leave the  mess of droppings there and on  the beach, but it is going to take  a sign having to be erected to  force the culprit to refrain from  causing any more trouble. This  shouldn't be necessary but,  unfortunately, such steps have  to be taken.  "Anything Goes"  Nikki Weber has done it  again! Last Saturday she presented yet another of her  delightful shows featuring all  local talent of which there is a  remarkable abundance on the  Sunshine Coast. The show featured some well known groups  such as the 69'ers, the Rolling  Tones, Barbershop Singers and  a brand new trio.  There were some new performers as well as the old  favourites, all of which made  for a really great variety show.  Proceeds from this one went  to construction of the new  Seniors' Centre in Sechelt.  Many were unable to get tickets  as the show was completely  sold out well before the date,  . but there is still an opportunity  ���Jat those who missed it, as there  will be another performance of  Anything Goes at the United  Church Hall in lower Gibsons  on Saturday Nov. 23 at 8 pm.  Tickets are $6 each with proceeds from this show going to  the Cancer Society. Tickets are  available at Coast Books in  Gibsons and at the usual outlets  in Sechelt.  Friends of Jean Petit, formerly of Redrooffs, will be sorry to  hear of her death.  Jean and her husband Blackie were very active in the community for many years prior to  , moving to Logan Lake.  Advisory Design Panel  The Planning Committee took the first steps toward creating an  advisory design panel for the district.  It was suggested that architects, engineers, landscape designers  and other interested citizens might become members of the panel.  Arts Council  Preliminary architectural drawings of the proposed extension of  the Arts Centre were presented to the Planning Committee.  The committee will recommend to council that Ihe requested  development variance permit for parking and setback requirements be  granted.  New Illusions Restaurant  The New Illusions Restaurant, which will replace the Parthenon on  the waterfront, is planning to introduce karaoke entertainment for  their patrons.  The committee pointed out such entertainment would be subject to  Liquor Control Branch regulations which require a midnight closing  hour instead of 2 am.  Dec. 6 ceremony to open  Rockwood festival of lights  Rockwood Centre will once  again present a festival of lights  to enchant young and old alike,  llie "Light the Lights" celebration will take place on Dec. 6  with the switch that transforms  the garden into a fairyland being  turned on at 7 pm.  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.  iShow Piece Framesi  Wilson Creek Plaza ���  885-9215  Featuring Original Handpulled  Serigraphs by  Elizabeth Scott and  Hal Lindhagen  Until November 30th  Everyone is invited to come  with family and friends to enjoy  the lights, the entertainment, the  caroling and to warm up with a  coffee or cocoa.  Out of the Sun  Original Prints  Posters  Black & White  Landscapes  Herb Ritts  Ansel Adams  N.A. Noel  Nagel  Brent Heighton  24*x 30" size  Figurative  Abstract  Pottery  Paintings  Available December 1st. -January 2nd  Oil & Acrylic Paintings on Canvas by  Karen Butchart  Wilson Creek Gallery  Wilson Creek Hazn 885-08? 7  9:30 - 5:30 Mon. - Sat.  EXTRAS IMPORTS  invites you to shop  around the world.  %  Western Canada's  Largest  ��� J CHRISTMAS  er  ANTIQUE &  COLLECTIBLES  SHOW/SALE  Mcpherson centre  732S MacPtwson An*.. Bofnaby  (lum sot* 5500 block Kingsway)  Nov. 21-22-23  Thurs. 5pm-10pm  Fri. lOam-lOpm  Sat. 10am-5pnt  5  Sweater! from Ecuador - Blankets, Material 6  Jackets from Guatemala - Exotic Fashions from  Indonesia - Jewelery from Mexico, Thailand, Nepal  & Turkey.  We also have a selection of men's and children's  fashions.  Cowrie *L Aechelt ��� 10-5, Mon - M g  _ 885-6460       1  ��S Sailers with a vast  aalsctlon for Christmas  gifts.  Admission $4.00  FREE.n       P����R  PARKING       PRI2E  FOOD  NOSTALGIA GALORE  TOSLAND SHOWS  6044310900  Application Foim For ,v  Christmas Hamper   ^  *  Name:  Post Office:  House Number:  Road or Street:  Telephone:  Number of Adults:  Number of Boys:  Number of Girls:  irections to your home  (PImm Print)  m Nolc: Hamper Recipient* are asked lo have someone home between Ihe hours of 11:00 am  J:00 pm on Salurday, December 2IM as Ihis Is the day the hampers will be delivered and we  Id like someone home lo receive Ihe hamper. In Ihe put, when hampers have been bit, animals  weather have destroyed them. Pbase return application forms by December 14th  The Elves Club  Box 1107, Gibioni, B.C., VON 1V0 ��� 886-2380  ��� - -plTaiTs|ffn->-.rngyl7wffv1.tViriT��TMrsiTKSH.Ni:goXiTT<t%s 10       Coast News, November 18, 1991  community  Make Your  Investment Today  .   %*****.��� re s.sotXuee,  {.eeASAUTVuU. ��� Small   4L  ir 4S3\s*t*vaUaA%r>stlm.        Jj  STEPPING STONES  *  Unique personalized  gift baskets created to your  specifications. We create  baskets for 50 major  occasions:  Corporate * Gourmet  * Baby * Wedding *  Employee * and  housewarming  to name a few.  Let our business make your  business look good!  ,   Business 885-8922     .  "f>   Home 885-4634    y1  Music teacher Janice Brunson directs a choir from West Sechelt Elementary School during the Choirfest which  brought together choirs from elementary schools all over the Coast. Rose Nicholson photo.  NOTICE OF PRE-HARVEST  SILVICULTURE PRESCRIPTION OR  SILVICULTURE PRESCRIPTION  (pursuant to section 3 of the Silviculture Regulation)  The lollowing areas hava a proposed prescription that will apply if  approval is obtained from the Ministry of Forests. The proposed  prescriptions will be available for viewing until December 31,1991  at the address noted below, during regular working hours.  To ensure consideration, any written comments must be made to  D.C. Bebb, R.P.F., Area Forester at Canadian Forest Products Ltd.,  Mainland Logging Division, P.O. Box 110, Port Mellon, B.C., VON  2S0 by the above date.  Location  '  (Nearest  Community  I  Cutting  Permit  Cut  and  Amendment  Form of  Licence  Block  Geographic  Area  Yes or  Agreement  No.  No.  No.  Location)  (ha)  No  Forest  At 9223  27  3641  Port Mellon.  14 fl  Yes  Licence  PoUatchCreek  Licence Holder: Canadian Forest Products Ltd.  davis bay news  by Jo-Anne Shea nh  885-3629  Isn't it exciting to see the new mall at Wilson  Creek nearing completion? It will not only afford  us more selection and variety in our shopping and  easier access for those who don't drive, but will  also provide new jobs for young people who might  otherwise have to leave the Coast to seek employment. It should be a real asset to the community.  New Library Books    ���   "y;  .Christmas is the time webuj^AJtlbf t)ooks as  gifts so you may want to sneajt tUK* at some of  the new ones just out before [hirchising them. The  library has a variety of interesting ones just in.  Build a Simple Dinghy by Nicholson & Reynolds,  Ourselves Growing Olderjby P.B. Doress, Uh-Oh  by Robert Fulgham, The Rainbow dhasets by E.A.  MacDonald, Arthur! Arthur! by Arthur Black and  Disappearing Moon Cafe by Sky Lee.  Choristers' Winter Revue  The Sunshine Choristers, under the direction of  Joan Scales, present their Winter Revue on Saturday Nov. 30 at 8 pm at the Raven's Cry Theatre.  Tickets are $7 each and are available at Tailwind  Books, Books & Stuff and Raven's Cry Theatre  Box Office. Do plan to attend this entertaining  evening!  The fella in the red suit makes his appearance at  the Community Association meeting On Dec. 10 at  1 pm. I wonder what it is about Santa that brings  out the child in all of us? I guess it's memories of  Christmases past when the world seemed a gentler  place... anyhow, come s    welcome Santa.'  Don't forget the Sunshine Slimmers' flea market this coming Saturday at the hall from 9-12. I'm  sure there will be lots of bargains.  Gardens require a clean-up  time now, if not already done.  Old plants and debris should be  removed to the compost pile if  the weather is not too cold. If  the soil is warm enough, you  can plant fall rye as a green  crop to enrich the soil, turning  under in the spring before planting. It's chancy, but a sowing of  early peas and broad beans now  in a well-drained area will give  an early supply, before the  black fly appears to attack them.  It's advisable to check all  stored bulbs, vegetables and  fruit. Now would also be a good  time to clean and oil all tools  and the lawn mower. You  should also take in the garden  hose, as winter frost may damage it.  Every gardener has his or her  interests, and a special yearly  garden calendar or journal certainly helps in future planning  and in correcting any errors you  may have made.  It's worth while to give your  full attention to anything you  come across related to gardening. To have your own garden  space is priceless. Present world  conditions, including crop failures and soaring prices, affect  us all at the table and in our  pockets. The latest infestation  of a "super fly", like a white fly  in California which destroyed  lettuce, brocoli and melons, is  one unfortunate recent example.  All the produce affected will  cost more for a while until the  next crop is produced.  To help you out with further  gardening tips and information,  the next Gibsons Garden Club  meeting is in the Marine Room  (below the library) on Thursday  >'ov. 21, at 7:30 pm. Bring your  garden photo and pick up the  newsletter at Henry's Bakery,  Mary's Variety Store or Truffles. Carol Pizzey of Chamberlain Gardens will speak on  indoor plants and their care.  '  r-mfa. ���-���,  EXTRA! EXTRA!  mm  aatwAW  fitv  Drop off 96Ur  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  The Coait News  in Gibsons  Until Noon Saturday  affi tot.  THE SUNSHINE COAST BRANCH OF THE  CANADIAN  MENTAL  HEALTH  ASSOCIATION  ANNOUNCES A  PUBLIC FORUM  WITH TELEVISION PARTICIPATION  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21  THE VITAL SUBJECT TO BE DISCUSSED  MAINTAINING THE MENTAL HEALTH  OF OUR COMMUNITY  PUBLIC FORUM - 7:15 PM, ELPHINSTONE HIGHSCHOOL STUDIO  TELEVISION PARTICIPATION - 7:30 PM, CHANNEL 11  The Panel - To speak and answer your questions  Barbara Grantham ���  Rita Petrescu ���  Dr. Barry M. Stein -  Jean Barber Grant ���  C.M.H.A., B.C. division, Executive Director  R.C.M.P. Victim Services  Clinical Psychologist, MHC, Faculty of Medicine,  Department of Psychology, U.B.C.  Registered Psychiatric Nurse and Educator  The Moderator - Carol Stewart  Be in attendance...or watch on Channel 11  November 21, this forum is being held for you  PRODUCED BY SUNSHINE COAST C.M.H.A.  SPONSORED BY C.M.H.A., COAST CABLE, CEDARS INN AND B.C. TEL  robarts creek  by Janice Lelghton  MB-3541  Here I am sipping a glass of  marvellous California wine, dry  with a fruity bouquet. And I'm  contributing to the recycling  problem. It wouldn't matter  whether I was partaking of a  nonalcoholic sparkling fruit  drink from Australia or a bubbly water from France. All these  and more are travelling across  national borders to eventually  form mountains of green glass  in our waste disposal dumps.  Canada uses very little green  glass in the bottling of Canadian  products. Most of it is imported  with liquor, wine and sparkling  beverages. That's why it's no  longer being accepted at the  recycling depots. Across our  southern border, wineries in  Washington, Oregon and California use mountains of green  glass to bottle their wine. If  you're travelling south you can  recycle it in the States. Otherwise, buying only Canadian  products in glass might help.  Quick Notes  The annual Roberts Creek  Christmas Craft Fair is this Sunday Nov. 24 from 11 am-3 pm  at the hall. All tables are taken  so there should be a wide variety of crafts and food. There  will be music at this event.  Admission is 75 cents for  adults; children and seniors are  free. It's a great way to begin  shopping for Christmas. See  you there.  30%0FF  All Fertilizers  20%0FF  Clay & Plastic Pots  Asst. Fall Bulbs  Peat Moss SS.1)1),  @44&tf  *A  COUNTRY  *  GARDENS  5612 Wharf St., Sechelt, 885-3606  To celebrate Christmas  together in our community the  Roberts Creek Community  Association has organized a  community family potluck dinner. It will be Sunday Dec. 1  from 4-7 pm at the hall. It is  free, and everyone is welcome,  so prepare your favourite dish  and come. Turkeys have been  donated. Santa is coming too.  Together we can share the special joys of this season of giving. Grateful thank yous to  Claude and Kevin for the new  60-gallon hot waler lank for the  hall. Now the dishes can be  washed too.  Be looking for more information on the flea market  scheduled for the Dec. 14-15  weekend at the hall. Tables are  $15 with all proceeds going to  the hall fund. Call Jack (885-  3381) or Jeanette (885-5512) to  book a table.  If you're considering a T-  shirt for a Christmas gift,  remember the Save-the-Hall T-  shirts available at the Creek  Salon in the heart of Roberts  Creek.  m. nt-Jim����>'.-w��**Tm-.*.iMt*'f',����� *,>/i^,. rtt-i a���������_  IMMM  �����  a*^Jk\**smp�� .a*y.V  tf a,  MMM  +mm*   -mW-3^: I III  Coast News, November 18,1991       1i  OFFICE SOipflONS LTD. ANNOUNCES THE  BANK OF MONTREAL BLDG.    -  5511 WHARF ST. SECHELT  88M489 ��� 885-4696 (FAX)  MON - FRI 9:30 - 5:00 ��� SAT 10:00 - 5:00  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA  1100 HWY 101, GIBSONS  886-8989 ��� 886-4878 (FAX)  MON ��� THURS 9:30 - 5:30 ��� FRI 9:3.0 ��� 9:00  SAT 10:00-5:00  ���*--���������*��������� 12       Con?t News, November 18, 1991  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE   SERVICE  Earth Education founder preaches belief  in ability of individual to effect changes  RECYCLING TIPS  OFFICE PAPER/STATIONERY  - Canadians throw away about 85% ol their used office paper.  - office paper is valuable to recyclers because It Is made ot strong  fibres that hold up well In the recycling process. Also, compared  to newspapers, it has much less Ink to be removed. This  requires less bleaching and produces less pollution.  ��� recycling stationery and office paper saves 33% ol the energy  and uses 7.000 fewer gallons of water per ton compared to  manufacturing it trom raw materials.  - lo reduce sorting, considei using only white paper in your office.  PLEASE USE THE GIBSONS RECYCLING DEPOT  Operated by SCRAPS and Super Valu  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  O  by Rose Nicholson  If we don't make changes  now, the lifestyle we know will  be impossible in 50 yeare.  Steve Van Matre, university  professor, author, educator and  world lecturer, made his point  very clearly to a small audience  at Langdale Elementary School  on Nov. 11.  Van Matre, founder and  chairman of the Institute for  And in the absolute necessity  to make lifestyle changes now  Earth Education in Warren, Illinois and a former professor at  the University of Aurora, has  spent the last twenty years  bringing this message to educators all over the world.  He told the Coast News he  has set up 19 branches of the  K^J.B.'s Cosy Corner  m%        m���h���>8 Reach Lane  Moll/  for CHRI&TMAS TOY6 Now!  Excellent quality CHILDREN'S GOODS &  MATERNITY CLOTHES on consignment.  Consignments Welcome ��� 886-2177  Institute in Canada, the US, the  UK and Australia. Presently on  a speaking tour of Western  Canada, he said his major interest is talking to teachers who he  feels are in a powerful position  to help bring about the changes  he says are necessary for the  survival of the planet.  Van Matre's work at the  Institute includes the writing  and publication of the books  'Acclimatization' and 'Earth  Education' as well as numerous  booklets for teachers.  He has also developed a  detailed curriculum which provides a practical guide for  teachers from kindergarten to  university.  An inspired teacher himself,  Van Matre's talk was sprinkled  with vivid illustrations which  SUNNYCREST MALL  LUCKY SHOPPER" DAYS  WIN A WEEKLY  $100.00 SHOPPING SPREEI  WEEKLY DRAW UNTIL NOV. 30,1991  Enter as often as you like. Entry Forms are available from any  Sunnycrest Mall Merchant. Contest runs for 4 weeks  Where happy/endings  HIGHWAY 101 ''/--.���  UPPER GIBSONS, B.C.  2nd Week's  Winner  Sunnycrest Mall Merchants would  like to congratulate their Lucky  Shopper Liz Woolford as the 2nd  week's winner of a $100 shopping  spree at Sunnycrest Mall  MALL HOURS  9:30 am - 6 pm ��� Monday tp Saturday  9:30 am - 9 pm Friday  Select Stores: 11 am to 5 pm ��� Sunday  R^" THE NAME OF THE GAME IS '^  l> GREAT SAVINGS   '  AT GRANDMA'S TOY BOX  CHECKERS  SOLID 'HARDWOOD',  (IEGS7.60 i  ASSORTED GAMES  FROM        C?QQ  S475-5.99   ^ as\*yy  ON SALE FOR  Liz Woolford  ALL OTHER GAMES  10% OFF' week ��nly ��� n07 i8 ���24  WW***  from  t.iu^ n<vru r,L    Grandma's  lil|USl�� C0TY IL   Toy Box  886-3044  The Coty Musks  for Him & Her  Natural ��� Untamed  You've been civilized  long enough!  hVAtihWAV'  GIBSONS  Sunnycrest Mall  will be your Elves Club  Christmas drop off station.  From Nov 29 to Dec 20,10 am ��� r, pm, Mon - Sat  (Located in the former I lome Hardware Store)  10 th Anniversary Sale  -tf\(\ /       ��*C Mow stocking  JUu/0OU ^ Bouquet Yarns  all Stock "^        Knittinir Patterns  until Nov 24  Knitting Patterns  and Accessories  Bring this ad in for a  affa [^Simplicity  pattern  886-3818  ^8  Mad about movies?  Mew Rdulti  Own a copy pf  IOBIN HOOD  Prince ol Thieves  only 26��*  -  Coming toon  Robin Hood Prince ol Thieves    Out lor Justice  Silence Of The Lambs  Fantasia  Class Action  Mortal Thoughts  What Aboul Bob?  Backdrafl  V.I. Warshawski  FX2  Hudson Hawk  Toy Soldiers  Soap Dish  Only The Lonely  City Slickers  Prisoners CM The Sun  rQjifi &ci1ilhilcs  V..���/    _   mi pi hi t c.T cm    s    \ on ( hhistma:;  Details at your Super Valu Store  25 DIE CAST ��^ AQQ  CARS & TRUCKS      V ��� ��� 1****  assorted, deluxe gift set    each  VII 14   I l<  Open 7 Days n Wi-i-k B8B-8312  Our  Price  Includes |  Q.S.T.  ���Site  Steve Van Matre  made sense of the mind-bending  statistics he used to describe the  breakdown of the environment.  He talked about what has  happened to the great grassland  areas of North America which  are one of the major food producing lands of the planet. The  soil in those areas was originally five feet thick, but poor farm-  ing methods and chemical  fertilizers have reduced this to  five inches in many places.  "That took only a century,"  he said incredulously. "Civilization after civilization has done  the same thing.  "Do you know what's in a  handful of soil?" he asked.  "About five billion living bugs.  It's hard to get a handle on a  billion... it's an incredibly large  number.... I tell kids if they had  a billion dollars and they spent a  thousand dollars every day it  would last them about three  thousand years."  He reminded the audience  that there used to be forests in  Europe and Greece and North  Africa. "One day they'll say  there used to be forests in  British Columbia too," he said.  He warned that the chemical  industry is creating thousands of  new substances which were  unknown several years ago.  "The Environmental Protection  Agency in the States estimates  there's over 50,000 of these  substances. ... They've only  been able to adequately test  5000. We're releasing them  faster than we're testing them."  These substances, many of  them pesticides and herbicides,  find their way into the water  and air and some of them ultimately end up in our bodies. He  said these untested substances  could be responsible for the  rapidly escalating incidence of  cancer.  "Do you know they estimate  that by the turn of the century  over 500,000 will die of cancer  every year in the US?  "Look to the right of you,  and look to the left of you," he  said to the audience. "Chances  are, one of the three of you will  be dead of cancer in the next 25  years."  In spite of the horrifying  statistics, Van Matre's message  was essentially a positive one.  He believes in the power of  the individual to bring about  change, and he said he sees  individuals all over the world  who are beginning to tike  action to reverse the trend. "I  wouldn't be here if I didn't  believe that," be said.  The Institute for Earth Education is a non-profit organization which receives no funding  from government or industry  but is supported by the sale of  the books and materials Van  Matre has written, the educational packages prepared by the  Institute, the income from lecture tours and small donations  from private individuals.  "It's a grass roots organization," he said. "We want to help  people understand the crisis,  and how to change their lives.  "... There's a window of  opportunity we have left. If we  don't sort out our relationship  with this planet in the next fifty  yean, irreversible environmental catastrophe is going to result.  "But each one of you only  has to reach two others, " he  told the audience. "We must  continue the fight,... we can  turn it all around."  mm  .' '.:.':_  " Coast News, November 18, 1991        13  Honour  roll  students  From an above average  angle, this fall's Elphinstone Secondary High  School <B' average and  above honour roll students. (See Honour Roll  listing, page 20).  Joel Johnstone photo  second section  Hockey  grant  request  by Start IrraM*  The SCRD has responded  favourably to a request for a  $1,000 grant to help pay for  new uniforms for the Sunshine  Coast Minor Hockey Association (SCMHA).  Don MacLeod, president of  the SCMHA, asked the Regional Board for the grant after displaying a sample of the recently  purchased uniforms at ihe Nov  14 SCRD meeting.  He pointed out the emblem  on the uniforms was the logo  for the Sunshine Coast created  by the Economic Development  Commission and was good  advertising for the Coast.  MacLeod indicated that an  improved appearance of the  hockey players was desirable  because the Sunshine Coast had  just joined the lower mainland  Pacific Coast Minor Hockey  Association which contains 37  TURN TO PAGE 16  Korean  war vets  honoured  The Canadian government  recently announced the award  of a Canadian Volunteer Service Medal for Korea. Members  of the Canadian army, navy and  air force who served in Korea or  adjacent areas during the period  June 25,1950, to July 27,1954,  may be eligible for the medal.  Application forms may be  obtained from The Chancellery,  Rideau Hall, Ottawa ON, K1A  0A1; or from The Korea Veterans Association of Canada, Inc.,  P O Box 94001, Richmond BC,  V6V 2A2.  The Korea Veterans Association will also be available to  assist eligible veterans or, in the  case of those who have passed  on, their families, in completion  and submission of applications.  < '  Lunch Specials  $8.95  Includes Soup or Salad  Tues. - Sun. Nov. 19-24  Tuesday Lightly sauted  filet mlgnon tips in green  pepper com and brandy  sauce.  Wednesday: Fresh herbal  fettuclnt served in atfredo  and cream sauce.  Thursday: Mixed grill of  seafood- halibut, salmon  and tuna in lemon garlic  and white wine butter  sauce.  Friday: Roast breast of  chicken, stuffed with  scallop mousse in creamy  lime and basil sauce.  Saturday: Mixed grill of  lamb, chicken, Stfilet  mlgnon served with shallot  and red wine sauce.  Sunday: Steamed fillet of  sole stuffed with hand  pealed shrimp, served in  red pepper and leek cream  sauce.  fteaenuttofu Kecomended  Lunch: 1 lam - 2pm  Dinner: from 5pm  Book Your Christmas  Party Now  885-3847  E. PORPOISE BAY RD.. Sechelt  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.!  OAutomatic door locks for improved family safety. O Brake/transmission shift interlock for added safety  when shifting out of "Park".  and better  Plus a best-selling package of features including:  O Air conditioning.O 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.  O* Dual sport mirrors |LH remote}, OTinted glass. O 14" wheels and tires. O Plus much more.  and better  Chevrolet Cavalier  ���SRPfor Cavalier VIequippedas described Including  $500 cash back from GM. Oder my not be combined  or uied In combination wilt) any other o��W excluding  College Graduate Program. Dealer my sen tor lea  Offer applies lo new and unused or demonstrator  models purchased from dealer inventory. Olfcr vatd lor  a limited lime, while quantities last and applies to ream  deliveries ony All models shown are 1992 wMclej. GST  U Induded m cash back offler. Some commons appy.  See your participating dealer tor complete detail  tSased on Manufacturers Suggested Retail PHcr  11998  Pluss475Freiqht  | CHEVROLET 1  LIMITED  TIME  OFFER  10L0SM0BIUI I  Const News, November 18, 1991  leisure  Now Open  iCtxJpJLs JC^-h*^*���  FEATURING  f*  CONTINENTAL  BREAKFAST  includes Croissant,  Muffin. Orange Juice  ano House Coffee  l,$4<h>  WE OFFER LIGHT LUNCHIS  Homemade Soups, Quiche,  Sandwiches, Salads ano  "Daily Specials"  DESSKATS Are Special, Featuring  cheesecake, chocolate  Decadent Cake, Apple Cake  and Much. Much More  We Also Offer a Large  Assortment of unusual COFFIIS -  pv the Cup or bv the Pound -,  an KSPRISSO BAR and  a Selection of TIAS  5689 Cowrie Street, Sechelt ��� 8854837  I lours ��� Monday ��� 1 hursdny. 8 30 am - 5 30 pm  Friday, &30 am ��� 10:00 pm ���Saturday. 10 00 am- 10:00 pm  Closed Sunday  JTrvines  landing  Marine <pvh  'Skinny Jimmy'  Dougan.  Rides Again  New Year's Eve  December 31st  Doors open at 8:00 pm - 2:00 pm  Favors ��� Prizes ��� Smorgasbord  Reserve Now - Limited Tickets Available  Call 883-1145 - 883-2296  A live musical  event at  Elphie's  McRorie is a driving one  man rock and roll show  thai uses $100,000 worth of  innovative equipment and  techniques to produce the  sound quality of a high  energy four member rock  band.  There are no tapes, sequencing or pre recording  during McRorie's shows;  what you see is what you  get  McRorie will be at Elphie's  cabaret for three shows  Nov 21,22,23.  idkii  I            Ji&tw llm  W  wM          *  mm  '^^tB  [f|  J  TOISTYAWARD  WINNER  COMES TO  VANCOUVER  Cily of Angels, the winner of  six 1990 Tony Awards including "Best Musical", is  scheduled for a limited one-  week engagement at the Queen  Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver,  beginning Tuesday Nov. 19 and  running through Sunday Nov.  24, with Ihree matinees. City of  Angels opened on Broadway on  Dec. 11, 1989, and is still  playing successfully in New  York.  Filled wilh intrigue, deception and sensuality, the plot of  Cily of Angels fondly recalls  the mysterious and romantic  1940's in "reel" Hollywood and  "real" Hollywood, where Iwo  stories unfold simultaneously.  In one, a successful detective  novelist named Sline is making  his first stab at a Hollywood  screenplay; in the other, his  alter-ego, a Bogart-like shamus  named Slone, comes lo life.  Tickets are available at all  TicketMaster outlets. To charge  by phone, call 280-4444.  Special discounts for groups of  20 or more for select performances are available by calling  669-4433.  Friendly Country Letiitm  LEGION ffi  Branch*219 Sf  Nov. 22mt mitt 2.1nl  Mike Conway  BarCUKfJSundayNmlMlirdar  Id Bazaar. "See Vou Al The Bazaar"  Friday Night Dinner  Baron of Beef  Saturday Night Dinner  Steak - Grilled New York  With All Vie Trimmings  Members & Qualified  Guests Welcome  Meat Draw  Cancelled  I lim< I lie*. I m-iiIiius  (Lie. *75(I6.1)  886-9813 or 886-9984  on the arts beat  Gillian Lowndes Award  The recipient of this year's  Gillian Lowndes Award is  Sandie McGinnis. Sandie has  worked relentlessly and tirelessly in her chosen field of the performing arts. Her work within  the Arts Centre and with the  Raven's Cry Theatre has shown  considerable innovation and  creativity, and courage. Her regular evenings of "cold reading"  have given the public an opportunity to participate in live theatre experience engaging their  intellect and emotions in a supportive atmosphere.  You are invited to attend a  reception for Sandie at the Arts  Centre on Saturday Nov. 23 at 1  pm.  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Saturday  Nov. 23  8:00 pm  Tickets $15  Coming Soon  ROCky SwaHSOll ��� Country & Western Artist  Saturday, Dec. 7th, 8:00 pm ��� Tickets $10  For your convenience you now can purchase  and reserve tickets at Reflections in  Maderia Park ��� 883-2545 and Sayward Books  in Gibsons ��� 886-3626  CALL BOX OFFICE FOR INFORMATION    885-4673  Coast News Classifieds HI:  3930  Exhibition  This is the last week of the  thirteenth Annual Juried Art  Show, View. Roger Handling's  installation piece "Can you  Hear Her?", Tom Hunt's untitled prismacolor drawing, Man-  dad's sculpture "Devotee",  Ursula Fritsche's painting  "Thanksgiving Celebration #1"  and Edgar Johns' pastel drawing "Kinnikinnick Park" were  chosen by both the popular ballot and by the two jurors.  Tom Hunt, one of the artists,  has not previously shown at the  Arts Centre. His while prismacolor drawing on black paper -  the incongruous image of a cow  in the lap of the virgin - displays a gentle wry humour that  is well carried by the superb  technique and deadpan presentation. The ambiguity and  uncertainty of interpretation  also ties in nicely with contemporary loss of unity and certainty in values, especially the spiritual values indicated by the  object portrayed.  There are more than two  dozen more works in this show  also deserving of your attention  and interest. See them this week  only until Sunday Nov. 24, 11-4  Wednesday lo Saturday, 1-4  Sunday.  Coming Events  The fall film series at the  Arts Cenlre presents "Millers  Crossing" Wednesday Nov. 20  at 8 pm. This 1990 gangster  film stars Albert Finney as an  indestructible patriarch. Classic  elements such as loyalty to the  pack, the seduction of the double-cross, the tough-as-nails  gangster's moll and the dirty rat  make this a show not to miss.  Hope you are getting prepared! Craftspeople and artists  are busy getting organized for  the Arts Council's Christmas  Craft Fair on Saturday Dec. 7,  10 am-4 pm, at the Sechelt Indian Band Hall.  Life Drawing continues at  the Arts Centre Tuesdays, 10  am-12:30 pm. Bring your own  materials (nothing that will  stain, please) and draw from a  live model in the company of  other artists. Three dollars lo  cover costs.  To put your craft fair or cultural event on the Community  Calendar at Ihe Arts Cenlre  phone 885-5412, Fridays.  things to do  ^>���i     ~m Mm  on the  sunshine coast  VISITOho  WELCOME  WCLUUIVIC a ^  ij"' .'fill 'l  I j    '  Jlllr^ *** u  Lounge t Snack Bar ^^     Pomr Car* Avallabla  Hwy. 101,2 kmi. north ol Garden Bay turnoll  Phon* M3-8541  Browse  mShow IHece Gallery*  For Handmade Gills ��� Pottery ��� Cards ��� Candles ��� Art Supplies  280 Gower Point Road, Gibson* Landing ��� 886-9213  Visit  Show Piece Framesm  Quality Custom Framing ���    f|S.V Frame-It-Yourself Section  Wilson Creek PUm ��� 885-9215  i^m-'fc "��..*~- j��-.~- -* ~  ~i *.-_  ._���:."-# ���. Coast News, November 18,1991       IS  In a nutshell  s. nutter  A shadowy figure to many of us, an unknown figure to many more  you would have to suppose, is the book publisher's editor. What he  does, of course, is to advise and work with the authors of books on  re-writing and revision to the end that these raw outpourings will  become good books (in the view of the editor) and saleable books (in  the view of the publisher).  But this is not all. Generally it is the editors and their readers who  choose what manuscripts will be accepted in the first place for this  treatment; and hence it is they who decide what we may read, and  what our children's children will have to read about this time. Awesome, really, when you come to think of it.  Perhaps with reason not much gets to be known about these significant and in fact pivotal types. We know that T.S. Eliot, arguably the  fust poet of our times, was a publisher's editor, but you can be hard  put to even name another. Except for one.  Maxwell Perkins, editor at Scribner's in New York in the 20's,  30's, 40's and 50's, was handsomely acknowledged and written about  in his time. This was largely due to the fact that, among the writers in  his stable, were three of the top authors America has produced; Scott  Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemmingway and Thomas Wolfe.  These were three very different characters, each one easily definable as "difficult". Perkins, however, did everything he could to get  them together and make them all friends. He ended up, of course,  writing almost countless long letters, trying to resolve their bickering  differences and growing jealousies.  Long and tempestuous affair  Wolfe simply turned up in his office one morning with three large  cartons filled with the hand scrawled manuscript of his first "novel".  You have to wonder, had he approached any current publisher with  this mountain of almost inchoate stuff, whether "Look Homeward  Angel" or "Of Time and the River" or any of the others would ever  have seen the light of day.  In the long process of cajoling and otherwise coercing this big and  often broody North Carolinine into cutting away some two thirds of  his inspired material and shaping it into some kind of an actual novel,  Max became close friends with Tom, to the extent he was often in the  trying and time consuming position of being middle man in Wolfe's  long and tempestuous affair with a well known set designer.  At the same time he was performing a like service for Fitzgerald  and his sometimes unbalanced wife, Zelda, and there are letters to  Hemmingway delicately suggesting that he break off one or another  of his honeymoons in favour of completing the work in progress.  Perkins had the right to OK advances to his authors, but at fairly frequent points he had to explain things to Charles Scribner.  "From Here to Eternity"  All these three, of course, were pretty formidable drinkers. Not all  the conferences took place in Max's office. There would be long  lunches and often he took them to "tea" in the afternoon al a nearby  bistro. Perkins was, you would say, a dead straight New Englander  and, outside of the fact he always wore an old grey hat in the office, a  man of conventional habits; but there came a day when his daughter  said, "Daddy, don't you think you are drinking loo much?" Surely  another occupational hazard.  (Not all his friends, of course, were drinkers but he asked the critic  Van Wyk Brooks what he had most enjoyed in life. He said he had  enjoyed drinking brandy. His only regret, he said, was that he hadn't  drunk more of it.)  Perkins' books, the books of Perkins' authors, can mostly be found  and read today but toward the end of his time he recognized that  times were changing. In the mid-50's he wrote to James Jones, at  work on "From Here to Eternity", that things were going to be different in the publishing business, that the change was going to be apparent soon and that he would be well advised to complete his book as  quickly as possible.  He was, of course, quite right, as we ourselves can now certainly  see from here. The changing attitudes have now persisted for over 40  years and, as with so many other things, it seems fruitless to suppose  they might ever change back. Maxwell Perkin's story and the books  of his authors can still -1 would hope - have something to say to us  all.  Powder Blues coming to  the Raven's Cry Theatre  The Powder Blues band is  coming to Sechelt  The band, which is celebrating its thirteenth birthday, and  eleventh year as a recording act,  will perform at Sechelt's  Raven's Cry Theatre Nov. 23.  There should be plenty of  tunes for thirsty ears as the band  also celebrates the recent  release of a new greatest hits  album. Titled "First Decade" ,  the album consists of 19 cuts  including a previously unre-  leased track and a single and  video entitled "I'm On the Road  Again".  Although the band has  remained active throughout its  career, with the new release  touring activities have been  increased.  Recently returned from a  successful series of concerts in  the Soviet Union, 1991 will see  the band continue to criss-crosf  the globe with their rocking  blues sound.  leisure  National Youth Orchestra  slates application deadline  The National Youth Orchestra of Canada has  announced a Nov. 30 deadline for receipt of all  audition app,:cations for the 1992 NYO session.  Auditions are expected to be held from Jan. 13-17,  1992, in approximately 30 locations across Canada. In exceptional cases, applications from young  musicians will be accepted up to the time auditions  commence. In most regions, Uve auditions will be  scheduled for applicants. Otherwise, students may  audition by cassette.  Interested musicians should immediately contact the National Youth Orchestra office, 1032  Bathurst Street, Toronto ON, M5R 3G7. Telephone: (416) 532-4470/4479.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Jan Michael  Sherman, MA  Creatine  Therapeutic Counsellor  (604)885-9166  rSGtCC  Initial contttlutlon gratis  Mobil* station* on reqaeat  Short-term therapy a tpexlalt*  Tuesday  Nov 19,1991  7:00 p.m.  Parliamentary Talkback  Newly elected M.L.A. Gordon Wilson joins host Harold  Fletcher and M.P. Ray Skelly as  one of the regulars on the programme that allows viewers to  call in and ask questions of their  elected Federal and Provincial  representatives.  8:00 p.m.  "Triumph, The Journey of  Healing from Incest  Author Trysh Asby-Rolls  talks about her life and events  that led to the writing of her  book "Triumph".  8:30 p.m.  Alcohol and Drug Counselling  Mary McKinnon hosts this  panel discussion. Invited guests  include Jim McGowan, Ben  Pierre, Charlotte Mallory and  Jenica Venali.  Thursday  Nov 21,1991  7:00 p.m.  T.B.A.  7:30 p.m.  Canadian Mental  Health  Association, Sunshine Coast  Branch  Live Phone-in  Join in on this "Live" panel  discussion on topics relating to  the mental health of your community.  SOUTH COAST FORD  SHOP THE  CLASSIFIEDS  Remember last year? The  crowds, the parking, the  weather, the rush? This  year, take it easy and turn  to the classifieds for your  Christmas shopping. For  subscription information:  885-3930 M �� 886-2622  RAVEN'S CDY  THEATRE  presents  DEAD AGAIN  starring Kenneth Branagh  14 Yr. limited Admission  mowwm: 8:oopm /  Sunday Matinee: 1:00PM, "'  Sun. Nov. 17, Mon. Nov. 18, Tues. Nov. 19  TICKET PRICfe  / Adults $6 ��� Stents $4.50  Seniors & Children Under Twelve $3  / CO>HNG  ,   ATTDACTION  Necessary   Roughness  NOV. 24,25 4 26  Raven's cry Theatre Located At  House Of Hewhiwus, Sechelt BC  NLW I'HONI NUMlif K   885-4673  than a  full house. I  B0NNIEBR00K  INDUSTRIES no.  tag t���jMm Tub PWMlM  [ A*k For Lucky Larry 886-70  REMEMBER:  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  is better  Featured Restaurant of the Week  &*frP(Ayi*tfl  Coast Bistro  Espresso Bar  Daily Specials  Everything made fresh on the premises.  Call 885-9962 to book your Christmas Party.  Catering service.  Monday to Saturday 9AM to SPM. Clostd Sundays.  Teredo Square, Sechelt  .  FAMILY DINING  Andy't Restaurant ��� Lunch ind dinner  special every day. Every Wednesday  night is Prime Rib Night. House specialties include veal dishes, steaks, seafood,  pasta, pizza, Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch  Buffet every Sunday from 11 am - 2:30  pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  Sunday and Monday II am - 9 pm,  Tuesday - Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  The Bolt HOUM - Just a fern ride away  in beautiful Horseshoe Bay, offering daily  choices of fresh and flash frozen seafood  from the West, East and Gulf Coasts as  welt as a variety of other specialties. Join  us after 5 pm for dinner or for our spectacular Sunday Brunch, served between  10:30 am and 2 pm. Friendly service in a  relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important  rendezvous or a ferry to catch, please let  us know and we'll make the necessary  accommodations. For reservations call  921-8188 All major credit cards accepted.  Clfe Pierrot - Comfortable almosphere  with warm, helpful staff. Homemade pastas, quiches and daily specials are all prepared with the freshest ingredients ��� both  healthful and delicious. Our whole wheat  bread and scrumptious desserts are baked  fresh daily, on tlie premises. Outside dining, take out orders for the beach and cappucino are available. The Coasts's  bistro...as unique as the Coast itself.  Monday lo Saturday, 9 am - 3 pm. Closed  Sunday. Teredo Square, Sechell. Phone  ahead for youi lunch! 883-9962.  Coeit Club Cafe - Bright, open, casual  dining for breakfast and lunch. Fresh is  the order of Ihe day for all of our menu  items. Big burgers, pasta dishes, Mexican  specials, sandwiches, salads and a variety  of daily features. With a European flair,  the Coast Club Cafe offers dining at reasonable prices. Open from 6 am daily.  Join us for weekend brunch. 3319 Wharf  Ave., Sechelt, 883-9344. Visa,  Mastercard and American Express accepted ��� seating for 60.  Hald-A-Wey Restaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great (fining  ai the Hald-A-Way Restaurant In Gibsons  Motor Inn on Hwy. 101 at Park Rd. Our  friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant  atmosphere wilt add to your enjoyment of  our excellent breakfast, lunch ami dinner  menu, which includes a children's section. We're open Sun. io Wed. from 3:30  am until 9 pm, and Thurs. to Sat. from  3:30 am until 10 pm. Sunday our regular  breakfast menu is offered from 3:30 - 10  am. In addition we offer a fabulous  Sunday Buffet Brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm,  fealuring a scrumptious salad bar, with a  large selection of not and cold dishes and  desserts. Eat to your heart's content.  Reservations 886-4301.33 seats plus banquet room.  The Omega Pizza, Steak and Lobster  House - With a perfect view of Gibsons  Marina, and a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise.  You'll often see Bruno Genus), former  star of the Beachcombers, dining here.  Menu Includes pizza, pasta, steaks and  seafood. Steaks and seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very  special children's menu. Average dinner  for two: $20. Reservations recommended.  Located in Gibsons Landing at 1338  Gower Point Rd. 886-2268. Open for  lunch Mon. ��� Fri., 11:30 - 2:30; dinner  daily 4-9 pin, Fri. A Sat.,'til 10pm.  Village Restaurant - Cozy family style  cafe with an extensive menu featuring  special pasta dishes, steak and seafood  dinners. Come In and check out our dally  lunch and dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays are Prime Rib  nights. Fully licenced. Open 7 days a  week, Man. - Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm; Fri.,  Sat. A Sun., 7 am to 9 pm. 3663 Cowrie  Streel, Sechelt. 883-9811. Visa A  Mastercard accepted.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 883-9321. Open 6 pm. Oosed  Mondays A Tuesdays. Visa A  Mastercard. 40 seats.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from 8  am - 2 pm. Fully licenced and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Oavts Bay. 883-7283.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural beauty  of Jervis Inlet while lasting one of our  many homestyle specialties in the pub; or  the casual surroundings of our family  restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite. New  pub hours: Monday - Friday 11:30 -  11:30, Saturday and Sunday 11 to closing.  New kitchen hours: Monday - Friday  11:30-7:30, Saturday and Sunday 11:30  to 8:30. Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub - Great  food every day all day. Appetizers and  full menu along with terrific dally specials, available 'til 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thurs. open 'til  midnight, Fri. A Sat. open 'til 1 am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations accepted.  8864171.  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 for two, $30. We're now  open Wednesday through Sundsy, 12  noon till 11 pm with our kitchen open  from noon till 8 pm. Pender Harbour,  883-1143, Msuercsrd A Visa. Fully  FINE DINING  MW HUM Im - Enjoy Ihe view at East  Porpoise Bay from your nMe at the Blue  Heron Inn, located on the ware rfrom al  Porpoise Bay. Relax and enjoy a superb  dining experience. Reservations are  required for dinner. Winter hours: Tues. ���  Sun., Lunch II am - 2 pm, dinner 3 pm.  IM-3847.  The Ttmce it ��� onnltbroek - The  Terrace at Booniebrook, offers superb  West Coast cuisine in a picturesque and  relaxing lodge setting we offer fresh  local BC food, expertly prepared in a varied menu of appetizers, entrees snd  desserts. Follow Gower Point Road to  Ocean Beach Esplanade. Our houn ate:  Fri., Sat., Sin., 3:30 ��� 9:30 pm. To book  special events, pkaae call ISt-2117.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emto * dam's Mm In - Take ow, or j  delivery. Pina, dinners, salads, burgers, 1  chicken, desserts, drinks, kx cream. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after 3 p  only, on 110 minimum order*. Small I  charge (ot wdets under SIO. Hwy. 101,  Gltwtts. M6-7II3. 16       Coast News, November 18, 1WI  news  Announcement  DR. LORNE BERMAN  IS PLEASED TO WELCOME  DR. TERRY WEBB  TO THE  SECHELT DENTAL CENTRE  as an Associate in his practice of  General Dentistry  Saturday Appointments Available  885-3244  Inlet Centre ��� Inlet & Dolphin  Sunahine  Community Services  wmtj to thank all It* donors, contributors and  voluntters that helped makt Hit Gala Event  on November 9,1991, a great success:  Alln Office Supplies, Sunshine Mows, South Coasl Ford, Raven's Cry Thealre,  Sole Features, Dargatz Glass, Show Piece Gallery, Tii-Photo, Randies Herbs, Pholo  Works, Ellse Rudland, Radio Shack, Man Music, Ageing Dally, Headquarters.  Georgia Hotel, Graphic House, Coasl Cable. Super Valu, Shop Easy, Wood Bay  Processing, Saga Seafarms, Greg Petula. Pentagto Plants, Dairyland, Aloola, Ken  Dalgleish, Chatelech Grads, Nelson Linens, Driftwood Inn, Kitchen Carnival, Davis  Bay New I Used, Sechelt Indian Band, Nancy Baker, Patsy Baker, James Brand.  Robyn Davidson, Enlinda Embiodo, Dianne Evans, Hank from Seattle, Steve  Hodgson, Anna Marie Ingal, Elizabeth Konopasek, Holly Krangle, Dania Matiation.  Sandie McBrtde, Robert MacLarty, Yolanda McGillivray, Brendan O'Keefe, Helen  O'Keefe, Doreen Richardson, Elise Rudland, Genevie Tenejas, Janet Via, and  Gordon Wilson.  Shoreline solitude and washed ashore souvenirs make winter beachcombing a peaceful, interesting exercise  Joel Johnstone photi  CO   K   I' ()  K A   T  I  O   ,\      O  r      li   K   1   T  I  S   H      (    Oil'   ,\1   II   I  You don't have to look far  to see how today's technology is  adding annually to the cost of  auto insurance. Those big, compound-curved, state-of-the-art  windshields are a clear example.  The list price for the standard  1990 Chevrolet Caprice windshield is $222.75. Its ^counterpart? $417.58. Unless it's the  optional "solar-coated" model, in  which case the price tag is $853.  In 1990, ICBC paid out  $49 million for windshield claims  alone. This year, we're expecting  a bill of over $55 million. And 1992  doesn't look any better.  Progress may be wonderful,  but the costs are shattering.  One Big  Reason  For Rising  Autoplan Costs  Is Right In Front  OfYou.  ���ICBC  ALWAYS  RED CARPET SERVICE  AT  Siutcaodt  Agencies  Sunnycrest Mall  Covering lha Sunshine Coast  tor mar a ganaratlon  |BCAA<@>Hp  ���Insurance       Travel  [886.2000      886-9255  ��� FULL SERVICE AGENCY ���  Sunshine Coast  Insurance Agencies  Ltd.  ���  Trail Bay Mall  Sechelt  885-2291  Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30  Kern's Plaza  Gibsons  886-7751  Tues-Thurs 9:30-5:00  Fri 9:30-6:00  ��� FULL SERVICE AGENCY ���  Harbour  Insurance  Agencies  Ltd.  For ALL  vour Insurance Needs  John & Heather Forward  883-2794  Madeira Park Shopping Centre  Regional district provides  grant for hockey uniforms  FROM PAGE 13  other minor hockey associations.  "Consequently," said  MacLeod, "150 hockey teams  are going to pass through the  Sechelt Arena (this season)."  In addition to asking for the  grant, MacLeod asked the  SCRD to get involved with alleviating some of the mounting  competition for skating time at  the Sechelt Arena.  MacLeod noted that the minor hockey on the Coast was  growing with 256 children fron  throughout the region par  ticipating this year.  "The 256 kids I represent  need some attention (from the  SCRD)," MacLeod stated  "Eventually we're going to neec  more ice."  Director Brett McGillivray  who was openly supportive ol  the efforts of the SCMHA, motioned MacLeod's requests be  passed on to the Finance Committee for consideration. The  motion passed uncontested.  how to secure Your Financial Future  ���  Strategy 2000, a free, computerized, personal financial analysis  identifies your financial needs, and snows you how to meet them.  Call me today for a demonstration.  Frank DeFouw  Suite 1206, Meiroiown Place 4330 Kingsway,  Burnaby. B.C. V5H 4G7  Business: 430-0455 ���   Fax:439-1476  Home 942-0824 ��� Call Collect  OsunLife���  , \W fi* Dtferrtice IbtSuti M^m>  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  (Formerly Ciibsons 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 Office 886-7107  All Are Welcome  Affiliated with Ibe Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  THE UNITED CHURCH  Of CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  CIBSONS '  Glassford Road ��� 11:15 am  Sunday School ��� 11:15 am  ST. lOHN'S  Davis Bay Road and  Simpkins Road - 9:30 am  Sunday School-9:30 am  Reverend Bert Ramsey  Church Telephone 886-2333  ST. BARTHOLOMEWS  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Hwy. Kit at North Rd. -886-7410  Serving (iibsons a Roberts Creek  Wednesday-10:30 am  Worship t, Bible Study  Sunday- IO:30am  Parish family Eucharist  Serving Gibsons &  wiJofcertsCree*w  The Rev. Esther North, Rector  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  in Greene Court Hall  Medusa St., Sechell  Sunday Services -11:00 am  A Warm Invitation to All  For Information Please Call  885-2506 or 885-3688  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  Mass Schedule  SATMDAV  SMI pm Sl. Mary's, Gibsons  SUNDAY  a 45 am Indian Church  9:45 am Holy Family, SecheH  11:40 am Sl. Mary's, Cibsons  CONFESSIONS  Isl & 3rd Sat 400.4:30pm, SediHt  2nd ft 4* Sat - 4:30 ��� 5.00 pm, Cfcwns  Telephone MS4526  QtylCE  tWToattkw ���rxtsvyruuxtQ  CHWCH  inn   11.1(1 am  St., HiUA'i.Serktfl  7:00  In %mes  1IW. ��� 7:X)Vaator'i Office  ).CWB*J��lTMST3t_  M-ats-rmsnsmi^o-us-fKi  QllirWin QfflCL  &  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF  CANADA  SI. Hilda's, Sechelt  8:00 am ��� 9:30 am  SI. Andrews, Pender Harbour  11:30 am  We Cxteod A Warn Welcome Jo All  885-5019  Rev. June Maffin  Rev. Dan Gilford  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Wekomes You To loin Us  In Sunday Worship  Otmam ProgrtM       10.00 am  Praver 10:00 am  Morning Worship Service  tO:45am  Wednesday 7Mfm  599 Cower Point Road  M4-7049  Pastor Monty Mclean  :^,i^^a��^i^>;-.i.��: *"ii;:'-.'-.:^:..;,-.  .���..cJeCi. J*ZfesWSmiasla Coast News, November 18,1991       17  business  ���MM  GST deals crippling blow to small business  Lobby group:  economy cant  stand the loss  of$10 billion  paid in tax to  date in 1991  Bf emsmATAm Hfdlt  The Goods and Services Tax  has constituted nothing less than  a national tragedy, pilfering  almost $10 billion from Canadian businesses in 1991, all  amidst a crippling recession.  The truth about the GST was  revealed through a Canadian  Federation of Independent Business survey of 25,362 small and  medium sized firms based in all  parts of Canada.  When broken down to a  provincial level, the GST's  impact is revealed to have been  positively devastating.  The provinces which already  faced high levels of provincial  sales tax - notably Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Nova  Scotia - were leaders in their  discontent with another major  sales tax like the GST.  In Newfoundland, for  instance, the prospect of a seven  percent GST compounded on a  12 percent provincial tax produces a sales rate of almost 20  percent on many products. But  even in the province with the  least negative reaction to the  GST, - Quebec -, 65.7 percent  of firms experienced a negative  impact on their businesses.  The GST, therefore, played  no favourites in its assault on  consumers and small businesses  in every region of Canada.  Alberta, unique in being the  only province without any previous kind of sales tax system,  was struck with devastatingly  high one-time adjustment costs.  Implementing a completely new  system cost Alberta businesses  an average of $4,500 compared  to $4000 per firm in the rest of  Canada.  These kinds of one time cash  outlays are extremely difficult  at the best of times; but in the  middle of a recession, they're  harmful and dangerous.  Similar to a migraine  headache which just won't go  away, the exorbitant startup  costs were painfully replaced by  staggering compliance costs,  those expenses incurred for day-  to-day administration of the  GST.  simply been fueled by the  arrival of the GST.  Consumers have, in effect,  staged a tax revolt and it's  Canada's business community,  particularly smaller firms along  the border, which have paid a  painful price.  Firms in New Brunswick,  Ontario and BC were among  the hardest hit, with more than  one quarter of New  Brunswick's small firms citing  the loss of business to their  American counterparts as a  debilitating result of the GST's  arrival.  The message from all the  provinces and territories is crystal clear: the GST has caused  unprecedented grief in the form  of lost business (which translates into lost jobs), and massive  initial and ongoing costs, prolongation of a deep recession, -  the list is unfortunately a long  one.  The federal government  would like nothing better than  to see the GST become a forgotten tax, a non-issue, a 7 percent  solution instead of a 7 percent  sapping.  The GST is a tax which does  not work. Rather, it has mercilessly "worked over" small  firms, and the result is weakened independent business sector throughout Canada, and a  less prosperous Canadian economy.  Michael Wycks writes for  th* Canadian Federation of  independent Business.  .At vour  service  qa,Ct>  Holiday time,  party time,  any time  For anything from  small parties to  extravagant affairs  MtfAfV  RESTAURANT '  is alu/aya at your service  Make Your  Reservations Now  Let us help you  make this holiday  season one to  remember  !���&��� }  "���i'STLa f  HAid-frtyAj RESTAURANT  886-4501  Catherine Swift, vice-president of research for the  Canadian Federation of Independent Business, sifts  through some of the 25,362 responses from independent  business owners to a survey on the federal Goods and  Services Tax. The survey estimates the GST will cost  Canadian businesses $9.6 billion this year.  Nova Scotian businesses, for  example, have doled out an  average of $525 per month this  year, simply to collect and remit  the GST.  Businesses in BC forked out  the equivalent of the national  average, a whopping $430 per  month.  The direct costs to businesses to administer the GST, however overwhelming, tell only  half the story. Cross border  shopping (which seems to be  quickly replacing hockey as  Canada's national pastime), has  THOMAS     HEATING     LTD.  ANNOUNCING  ANNOUNCING  ��-v.  $700 REBATES  FOR CONVERTING FROM  ELECTRIC BASEBOARD  HEATERS TO A CARHER MID-  EFFICIENCY NATURAL GAS  FURNACE.  *%/<  $500 REBATE  FOR CONVERTING FROM,  ELECTRIC BASEBOARD  HEATERSTOACAW0HOR-  MVS0N NATURAL GAS HEATER  FIREPLACE.  $700 REBATE  FOR CONVERTING YOUR OIL  FURNACE OR BOILER, ELECTRIC  FORCED AIR OR ELECTRIC BOILER  TO NATURAL GAS.  $200 REBATE  FOR CONVERTING YOUR ELECTRIC  HOT WATER HEATER TO NATURAL  GAS.  | CALL US NOW BEFORE IT EXPIRES IN YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD  THOMAS HEATING m.  Serving The Sunshine Coast Since 1967  1673 Payne Rd., Gibsons 886-7111  Santa isn't the only one  who delivers at  Christmastime.  So Do Local Merchants.  Your local merchants have quality  merchandise at competitive  prices, and you don't have to  run all over the country  to do your Christmas  shopping... Because  everything you      ,  need is right  here.  Shop Locally.  OB  GIBSONS  886-2622  SECHELT  885-3930  m  maiim  ~ ���**���*���<���"*��� 18       Coast News, November 18, 1991  oast  bbler Ltd.  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U Sil n. of m  Tide Tables courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138 Sechelt ��� 885-1919  Current events in minor  hockey include:  Peanuts: Going along fine!  Lots of fun for the little guys  and gals, and the coaches are  having as much fun watching  the kids improve wilh each ice  time.  Pups: Teams play exhibition  games. All four teams look  even. Regular season games to  start soon.  Peewee "C"- Flames:  Played in Lonsdale on Nov. 10,  lost 9-S. Scorers Ryan  Despines, Dallas Hein and  rookie Arron Middleton.  Canucks - Played at home  against the North Van Team 3,  losing 4-2. Goal scorers were  Brad Win and Kie Jenkins.  Peewee "A": Blues played  away and ran into a much more  talented Burnaby Winter Club  learn who stormed to a lopsided  19-0 win. Don't worry guys -  qualifications are almost over.  Bantam "A": Blues played  al home and lost a tight game 5-  4 against Cloverdale. On Nov.  10 they traveled to Mission and  played lo a 7-7 lie. Top scorers  were Dwayne Despins, Trent  Turner, Jesse Paquin and Mike  Yates.  Midget "A": Played at home  against New Westminster,  going down to defeat 6-2 in a  lough game. On Ihe 10th Ihey  played Port Moody on Ihe road  10 a 7-7 tie with a much reduced  rosier. Top scorers were Mike  Lewis - 17 pis; Brad Wingfield,  Chad Lemarch and Dean Stock-  well - 11 pts; and Paul Vivier -  7 pis.  Shutout gives Pigs  .500 mark on year  ky Erie Urate  Good news! The Pigs are now 5-5 with Ihe Mighty Mile scrum  handling the Trojans' apparently less experienced pack. The blue and  white easily rucked and rolled to a 28-0 victory. Try scores included  Mike Unger, Paul Smith and Albert Bezaire, with Warren Hansen  doing the kicking.  The pitch was windy and damp, especially for the fans, but bearing the poor weather in mind the Pigs kept it in tight and attacked  swiftly. The Trojans were left with a predictable kick and chase game  that was easily countered.  The Pigs look forward to seeing you al their final game of the half  this weekend vs. ihe EX-Brit Lions.  Let's finish this half strong, poised lo capture a playoff spot.  Langdale Elementary School's annual Sports Swap  had used, not-so-used, and just-being-used sporting  goods of all shapes and sizes Friday, November 15.  Joel Johnstone pholo  SWIMMING POOL SCHEDULE  Tuesday! ft Thursdays Fridays  Senior Fitness 10:00-11:00   "  Senior Swim 11:00-12:00  Adapted Aquatic 2:30-3:30  Lessons 3:30-5:30  Adull Lessons 5:30-6:00  Public 6:00-8:00  Adult underwater hock��y8:00-9:00   Youth underwater hockey 7:30-8:30  TuetdayOtity ���  Saturday Sunday  Public 2:00-4:00   Family 1:30-3:30  Public 5:00-7:00   Public 3:30-5:30  Mondays ft Wednesdays  Early Bird 6:30-8:30  Aqua Fit 9:00-10:00  Parent ft Tot 10:30-11:00  Noon Swim 11:00-1:00  Lessons 3:30-7:30  Swm Club 7:30-8:30  Lengths Only/Masters 8:30-10:00  Early Bird  6:308:30  Aqua Fit  9:0010:00  Senior Swim  10:00-11:00  Noon Swim  11:00-1:00  Swm Club  3:30-5:30  Public  5:30-7:30  Curling traditions trace roots  to game's origins in Scotland  ng  in Nov. '91. Prerequisite Bronze Cross ft 16  years of age. For more Information on course  data, times, and fees, phone Lynn at Gibsons  Pool (886-9415) or leave message at 885-3716.  Gibsons Swimming Pool  886-9415  by Hairy Twiibt  Bonspieling is one of the  more enjoyable curling events.  An open bonspiel is a competition in which curlers from many  clubs participate These curling  events have a long history in  Scotland, perhaps back as far as  the sixteenth century. The  neighbouring towns and villages met as deadly rivals on the  frozen ponds. When the hard  frost set in, whole towns and  villages took off to do battle on  the ice, with rocks weighing  vsememtmmmm  Notice Board  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1  Qibsons Friends or Schilophrenics Com* matt very speaa Quasi  Micneiie Sudei, BCF0P fleffonal Pannersfsp Program Co-oranalor,  to see now lha can help us achieve bast support snd services locally  MMl'.j al Coasl Garbaldi "MP Unit. Gitooni, 7:30 p.m  Canadian Cancar Society, regular monthly mealing, 1 p.m.,  -       ���  ReoonalB    ��� -������     -      -  Puhtc welcome  into  845-9*51  Toiam Lodge Resident a Council Meeting at 5 00 p.m  TUESDAY. NOVEMBER II  Gibsons Legion. Branch 101 general matting. 8 pm  The Sunahine Coast Business and Professional Womens' Ch* is  hoh>ng a dinner meeting at me Cale Pierrot. 145pm Guest speaker  Mil be Sandy Wngmmar on stress   Please bring a fntnd   For into  ca< Myrna at 815.9812 or Bart at 886-7751  Adult Day Can Crarl 1 Bake Sale at Kiikima Cents. Simpkins Rd.  Davis Bay. No�� 19th 20m. 21st Irom 1 00 ��� 2 30 p.m. Fim ooltee I  cookies Into 885.1934.  West SecheH Elementary School a holding a Bock Fan Nov. It ���  21��. 900am .400pm  Birth Control Clime Open House ��� Jem tr* S C Branch ol Plained  Parenthood in catenating their in anniversary 4 30 ��� 6:30 p.m.. Coast  Oanbaldi Healtn unit. AtA South Fletcher. Gibsons Everyone  (Worn  WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20  Catholic Women's League Monthly Mealing, 7:30 p.m.. in the Holy  Family Parian Hal, SeOiH  Reform Party ol Canada Pubkc Mating. Ml welcome Theme 'A  Road From Here to Election Day' location Manna Rd, G*loni,  730pm  THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21  Scholastic Book Fair at Cedar Oroya School on Nov 21 Irom 2 ma  7 pm. and Fri,Nov 22 Irom 10 am II 7 pm.  AithrHis Salt-Help Program, GanbaMi Health Unit. Stsona. 1 ��� 3  pm  Program 'Getting a Good Nighre Sleep with Anhnds". Phone  886-7900 lor inlormation Everyone nalcomt  Ladles' Dessert and Fellowship night. 7 30 p.m. Theme: Lars  remember when  Featuring a Fashion Show. Speaker Evelyn  Oelgelty Christian Lrla Assembly, soioo Road Gteona For into or  ��grw��, 866-7107 or 666-7736 Cost-62.00.  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22  lull dancing al Mountain Sang, Friday, november 22, 7 p.m.  Open heeling day, Saturday. November 2j, to am Call Jews BU-  1170. Coal by donation  Come and join the last COLD READING event ol 1991 Eipenencaa  Hay reedmg with crrtoue lo lolow  7:00 p m. lor inlo CM Gonte al  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Tt  Gordon Munro Wetereolour Workshop  Discover Hit ladling  inque speorum ol egression witi wmrcoUurs, Nov 23124.9 30 ���  KJde' FaaMon Km. Sake tad 1 Tee. Hallmoon Bay Eiemonwy  ScJiool, t- Spm, to support Welcome Beach Pre- StfKX*  ANYTHING OOES: NIUI Wtbor Variety thaw �� United Church  HH. Gteoni, at I p.m Admissions. 66 Proceeds to CmcarSoooty  M. Marys Chrnenta Baiaar t Luncheon, 11:00 am ��� MO pm.,  St. Marys HH. Oibuxii Craft table, bake Me, UN* elephant t  raffle  leneMne Coaal ArtJaen/CrHI Fair al Sunnycrm Mil. For Inlo on  rem* UbM'oonua Nancy 6B64323-Sonars dnoounl  1:00 p.m. 0*sonsumadCliuraiHMi,GlasifcrtRd.,IBI6d*abar��  Frton4o Vwloly Vmt - 'Anytwng Oooa' Tckota - *��00. avsawna el  Coax Boouarel Boob 1 fell  Vancouver Behai Youth Workahop: They perform RAP unity,  cultural, etc., dancing Place: Socnoft Indian Banc Hall Time- 7:00-  10 00 Freeidmiwor tintmmnmtnli  SUN0AY. NOVEMBER 24  Roberts Creek Chrtatmai Craft Fair at tha HH. 11:00 a.m. - 3:00  p.m. Music, crafts 6 food. Admission .75. Cttidnn 6 Seniors, hoe.  Wellness Workshop on Massage Therapy, al tht Pender Harbour  Aquatic I Fitness Cenlre, 10 ��� 4 p.m.. $55/person or M5/coupte  Rtgoor It 883-2612.  Gibaona Yacht Club Lakes' Champagne Brioch - Gibsons Motor kin.  Inlo. cal 68M776 or 686-3942.  MONDAY. NOVEMBER 25  Canadian Federation ol University Women. Sunshine Com.  November meeting. 11:30 am.. St. John's Chirch, Davis Bay. For  Ml., MMM.  SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 30  Sl Bartholomew'! Church Christmas Baiaar, Nov. 30 10 am. -1  pm anna Hal.  Olbaona Legion Blanch 106 lediti' Auiiliary Chnstmas Baiaar,  11-2pm. Lagan HH Soup I sand. MUM Free admission  Book Bargain Bash - Rockwood Centre - No* Wing - SecheH. 10  am . 3 p m Sale ol new and mad books, original pnrrts and posters,  greal Chnstmas gills, not tgra lunch avauMe.  Gibsons United Church U.C.W. annual Holly Tea t Buur at the  Chureh HH. QlaaHord Rd.. 1:30 - 330 p.m. Taa ��� J2.50 lor Adults,  and II .50 under 12,  FRIDAY, DECEMBER I  Light tie Lights in He Rockwood Gardens, Inlawed by a Chnstmas  Concert. an*ng ano snacks in the North Wing Bring the lamily.  SATURDAY. DECEMBER 7  Kool Yule. For Kids Only, Rockwood Centre, Dec. 7ti and/or Dae  14m, 20010 4 00 pm, ages 6 tot? wil make special gifts, wrappngs.  cards and ornaments lor Chnstmas ami CH 885-2522 to register  The Sunshine Coast Wonwi'c Aglow'Chriabnas Banquet', unned  Church Hill. Glasiford Road. Gibsons. 7 p.m. Tickets al Qibsons  Christian Books MormHon. cal 6664576 or 866-9567  Tlie Sunshine Coast Arts Council Christmas Craft Fair, it Ihe  Seowi Man Band HH. Secnelt, 101 m -4 p.m  SUNDAY. DECEMBER 8  Gamfcer Wand Craft Fair al Me General Store, Nisi Brighton. 10-  4 pJK. MVfMMWMl MMHHt, AH MlCOflM.  TWMpOrtlllOA Vil  Dogwood PrtttctM.  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16  Chrletmas Comee lo Lone liar Ouidi Come and enpy His mutual  December 15 and 16 at Ihe Gibsons Christian Lie Assembly. 730  School Rd, Gibsons, at 7 00 pm. Eveiyone Welcome.  MUCELLANEOUB  Olde Fashioned Mincemeal Sale. M.7S(kg. Proceeds lo Ittxat  Piss-Pmout To place an orMr. cH 666-6029. Fnaen tan snees  MftMg,  Oibioni Pioneer Muieuaie wtnttr houn: Saturday, Sunday.  The Parent Tot Drop In program begins tht week of September 30 al  the lollowing locations' Gfcicni: Mon. Wed. Fn in United Church Hall  Sechelt: Mon at Sl Hilda's Church Hall. Davis Bay: Tuesdays in  Wilson Creek Com HH. Tune: 930 to 11 30 It all locations Fie: S3 00  per pliant and child Famly rae 15 00  Folk Dancing at Robarts Creek School, Community Use Room. Every  Tues 7:00 ��� 9 00 pm Fee S3 00 Drop in. everyone welcome  Music syllabuses hive been distributed to music ttachars re. the  Sunshine Coast Music FMival. entry deadline Feb 15 For into call  Belly Allen. 886-2324. or Bait Cetlanacti. 885-5444    .  MONDAYS  Seniors' Branch 59. Cupel Boating, Monoiys 1:30 pm Enroll!  with Joan Frembo Mondays i Thursdays -11-12  Overeaten Anonymous meets evi  Chueh Hal, Secnelt. Phone 685-21i  Overeaten Anonymous metis every Monday 7:30 pm. Holy Family   toeor��� -   Monday, Tutiday, Wednesday. 1 ��� 4 p.m.  kKMdacrou from Poet (Met. A*mionbydonabon.8B����3J.  Urm SiMiy, November 24, ISBt Annuel Juried Show  Sunshine  Coast Aits Came. 11-4, yveoi-SUM Sun.  Tottm Lodgt ��� Everyday ii wimg day al Tottm Lodgt Van na pi-  oneenm your communily,  PMHe Pen Pern for wtddeioa, pcradee I penes, ale 211  colours, 201 eadi Made by SecSieit Sr. CiMani,,   _  loward the new Senas' centre. Phone NS43B2 or 865-2565  ant, proceeds lo go  orBBM"  1864761 for delHt  Adult Chlidnn of Alconoact or Dytfunctional Families meet ��� St.  Marys Cnurcn Hal in Gibsons, 7:30 ��� 9.  TUESDAYS  Uie Drawing 10 am . 12.30pm. at me Sunshne Coast Arts Centra  Oaw in the company ot other snots trom a live model. Employment  opportunity models are taqund ll you an mantled, (Mesa cal BBS-  4611.  Seiual Abuse Survlvon Oroup . 7 lo t pm it the Acton Society  Office Conlacl Deborah. 865-5660  Qlbaona Table Tannli Club plays every Tuesday. 7 ��� 10 pm  Eiphmslone Secondary School Cllneni For more informewn. call  Jim al 886-2775  Sunshine Coest Bieast Feeding Support Group Informal drop-in  meetings on ne tnrd Tuesday of each month 665.2932 or 666-2457  tor more information,  Olbaona Table Tennis Club plays evtry Tuts... 7 ��� 10 pm..  Elphinstone Secondly School CMtlml For men information. OH  Jim il 686-2775.  WEDNHOAYS  Badminton every Wednesday tvtmng. 8 ��� 10 p.m. at Elphinstone  High Sctkm Gym Admission' (300. Drag ii.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control dime il Coest GmbH* HeaMi Una. 494 S. FMtMr.  GtisomTnjs<uyki>ii7io9pm EviryorM welcome, no miuvimeni  nectssary.  ���New Beginnings'11 hwxfysoo* group tor widows wd widowen  (md other eipentndng Ion) which mttll ivtrv other Thuridiy  ���hernoo- a tr* Sechell Hteltt Unit ��you IH further information  land lor ned maobng daa| cal 665-5164  X'a Weighl Loea Support Oroup mean ivery Thinday tvanno.  6 45 e 8 pm at tht uwed Chirti, Qlantord Rd., GMon. Wo 666-  7159.  Senwn'Branch ME��erostwlh Jean Fnmb Mondays I Thundays  11-12  ��HI CMdnn of AleoMka ar OyHbncBoaH FanHaa meet ��� t*  MmCamanSAamxlX-t.  FMMYS  United Church Thr* Skop m baseman ot cfwoi o�� Truitan Rd..  open Fndayi. 1 to 3 pm,  SquanDancing.piuilevel6:00pm,Senon'HH,Sedwt Wo6BS-  BATUROAYI  ammimm.RodnvoodCento. 7:30pm. ���GemngTogHheimSp��if  llie liMNn. Coan SM| CM rtaa^^Utm Mfknky  at StchM Library Phorii  BUM CMb mi  <S��43ltiir  between 40 and 70 pounds.  Since 1847, a nalional Grand  Match between Northern and  Southern Scotland was declared  whenever a suitably hard frost  set in. Only 33 Grand Matches  have taken place outdoors since  Ihe first match al Penicuik.  Scotland, in 1847. The lasl  Grand Match look place on Feb.  7, 1979, at Lake of Monleilh.  Three hundred clubs from the  North played 300 clubs from  the South in a match lasting  three hours. A modern Canadian bonspiel can lake up to a  week of play with up lo 128  learns involved. Our club mens,  by contrast, usually has 32  teams and takes three days of  play in the order of 16 hours per  day to complete.  In the early ninelecnth century victory was all-important,  whether Ihe game was played  for a dinner of beef and greens,  for food and fuel !o distribute lo  Ihe parish poor, or for a silver  medal. The silver medal of the  Muirkirk Curling Sociely, Ayrshire, 1823, bears a couplet  adapted from a popular curling  poem by Sir Alexander Boswell  of Auchinleck.  An ice stane and a guide  broom cowe (corn broom)  Will warm us like a bleezing  lowe (blazing flame)  The idea of the winner going  home wilh a prize has continued  on into modern bonspiels.  Today's curlers curl for prizes  and trophies. Prizes vary from  cash to cars. In a small community spiel such as ours the prizes  are modest, but the fun had in a  small community often outstrips  the prize values offered by the  larger communities. For the  curler looking for a weekend of  pure pleasure, there is nothing  like a good small town spiel.  This weekend, we will have  curlers from all over the Lower  Mainland and Vancouver  Island. Many a year we attract  teams from as far off as the  Okanagan and Seattle. We wish  all the bonspielers success, fun  and, most of all, Ihe joyful  camaraderie that made the early  bonspiels so famous and enjoyable. Finally, to quote an early  bard, "when the Club, according  lo use and wont, beat their  opponents, they shall nol exull  loo much so as to wound the  feelings of a fallen foe, but consider the victory merely as the  chance of War."  SKATE  SHARPENING  AND REPAIR  Hockey  Figure - Dance  Patch & Combo  Blade Profiling  (Rockering)  Blade Repairs  and Replacement  TRAIL BAY  SPORTS  MON-SAT. 9:30 5:30  FRI. 9:30 9:00.  .v,r^s-::..  ....  . �����..-;u,:,^_..,. . .��� Coast News, November 18, 1991        19  1061 Hwy. 101, Cibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mnn.-tri. 6-6 S.U. 8-6. Sun. 10-3,;  fflfi^4^^^*J��-*-^&***<***f ^ -^*tmmmmWamm\  mm*m\^ar^m\%^L�� e*,*^��,tA��.,,,;u\.\,iM,*iu.\)mm  KAL.TTIRE  If we sell It...we guarantee tt!  MJ3 Wharf Road. Sechelt - MS-7927  V HH tWROtNCV SWIM   BBB-B3B4  SECHELT RADIATORS  W frim/Vflf (.ririf/Hi; System Service Centre  ( We Kepalr"*' SepliceKads, Heater torn It <;��"Tinilix"  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  I New, Used h Rebuilt ��� Pick up .1 Delivery  v t*efa%*amaae**s*f ,' I - - : ��� i i - '  4349 S.C. Hwy.     '���  I Across from Sunshine CM  Mon. - Sat.  885-7986  ' PENH   Performance * Mechanical  Complete Mechanical Repairs  All Makes & Models  Specializing in Complete  Drive Train Overhauls,  4X4 Performance  Parts & Accessories  Mon. ��� Fri. - 8:30 - 5:00   Sit. 9 - 2  JEFF MATHERS 885-5711  s       5916 Seclielt Inlet Rd, Sechell, BC VON IVO J  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  T.A.C.  Electrical & Plumbing  Residential - Commercial  Water Heaters ��� Electric Heat  I \tf\ Conlraclors Lie NO, Mil  W    886-3344 ��� 886-3364  S. MADIU. CONTlACTDfO  All types oi concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs   smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate [inlahlng.  V^QuaUtTCcwctataWotk Ptsona WB-M17 >  Selective Logging  Marine Contracting  Slump Removals    . sand & Gravel Deliveries  Purchase Timber  GARY 886-9585  TWIN CREEKS MARINE LTD. BILL 886-8361  DEPENDABLE  DRYWALL  RESIDENTIAL ���  COMMERCIAL  STEEL STUDS.   T I1AKS  SUSPENDED c I.II.IM.S  FREE ESTIMATES  Merle 885 7220 Cellular 328 5699  IBSONS SfiND  & GRAVEL LTD.  Office: 886 8511  Cell: 328 7117  Res: 885 2008  DIRECT DRYWALL SYSTEMS  BOARDING ��� TAPING ��� TEXTURED CEILINGS  New Homes & Townhouses - Additions ��� Renovations  PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ��� FREE ESTIMATES  Cellular (71-3754  Ron Hovden  Home 116-1657  Gerald ft McConnell  8qA'  Reaidentlal ft Commercial  Conitructlon  Rcnovatlone ��� Addition!  Roberts Creek. B.C.  CONSTRUCTION  Free Estimates call 885-2887  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  JMIDWAY'POWEirLINE  SERVICES LTD;  ( STK EXCAVATING LTD. S&.  Land Clearing . Top Soil ��� Gravel    tt   .  ��� Retaining Walls ��� etc. 5*^f.  Serving the Coast lor 20 Years  "We pride ourselves on punctuality.'  BOB GURNEY ��j  1169020 boi 1791 GIBSONS BC VON IVO  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Developmeni  Cam Mackenzie ,'j\  1  ^Private 8 Industrial Electrical Contractor  ^     High ft Low Vollage Power Lines  Reg. No 16135 flfifl.QARS  A k T ENTERPRISES: Conetruetlon Servloee  Samng rrie Co.at Since IMS  ���it     -   -wS����.      'CUSTOM HOMES  ..��..i*a_2SS��*.     . ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  �����������*��������  T. WONO, BOX 711, QIBSONS. B.C. VON IVO  CONCRETE SERVICES  X.& electric mmm  Larry Anderson  For Professional & Courteous Service  RR. 1-12749 Warmx* Rd. N.    FM/PMNC 0*3-9101  Madeira Park, I.C. VOtl 2H0      Rat. No. 15012  EXCAVATING  3  Bit or Small We Do Them All  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  For All Your ttryvmll Needs  Plgjjg Call: 886-9204  Ri  :N  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand A Gravel  CONCRETE  SECHEI ' I'LANI  8857180  o  HeVIHCTHtSUNSHINtCOASI  SEPTIC TANKS riocnwe di *  MAI LINERS ('<RSONSPLA  cuhhs ere 886-8174  aw]  )  BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING J��  ��� Seplic Fields -  Drainage - Excavation  ��� Water Lines      ��� Rock Walls  ��� Landscape Construction ���  ��� Call 886-3977  Excavation. Sewer,  Water, Grading.  Subdivision Design  and Development  886-2182 or 885-9840  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  M.J.J. Vinyl Siding  .Soffits, FASIA. Sullen  CEDAR SIDING  Fred Cocker  I l-rair Mesuge)  Phone 88M065  I'O Ilox 1996  Sechell, B.C.  VON .1A0  COAST CONCRETE  PUMPING & FOUNDATIONS  ��� Pumping ��� Forming ���  ��� Placing ��� Finishing-  Full Service to the Peninsula  .885-5537  Call John Parton  CHAR'S  BULLDOZING  EXCAVATIONS*GRAVEL iiop Q/)M1  LAND CLEARING OOO-OUOl  VROAI)HUII.I)INtl  CHAR OR DAVE  Licensed & Bonded  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  I-.B. WOODROW  listlmales Given ��� Reasonable Rales  c.'eis Installation f. Service  Rea: (604) 588*707 Propane*  or Toil Free Pager. 1 978-4371 Nalural Otl  fofiwardConiraciing  ��� QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  For Estimate Call OOeCJJQ  ^ MQ.lllia.Mnon 0OD-044J/  kl.liJilil-ICONCRETE  CONCRETE PUMP TRUCKS  CONCRETE FINISHING OF FLOORS  DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS. SIDEWALKS  For quality work, call us!    886-7022  f Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER I INKS  ��� CLEARING g,eve  Cat 416 4X4  Jones   886-8269  Peninsula Glass  & Aluminum  706 Hwy. 101. Gibson* 886-8580  .24hr. Commercial Emergency   886-4723  /_���_, Cj^-<>      CLIPtSA  IF* bcfgrrkes Schedule  <?fjE\     POMFRET  li^jT^COIVSTRUCTIOlM  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  RR2 S4I C5, Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO   Phone 886-8900  A   b  R  mm i  ���J*       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL i RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER "^  ALPINE TRUSS CO. LTD.  102.1 VENTURE WAY, CIBSONS. B.C.  SH CT7 KKI. CIBSONS, B.C., VON IVO  886-8233 FAX:886-8224   J  ROOFING  Specializing in ill types ol  FREE      commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886-2087'eve. puamnueo  VANCOUVER  SECHELT PCNINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY LANGDALE  IGD  EARLS COVE   SAITERVBAY  Lv. Langdale  6 20 am      2:30 pm  B 30 M'       4:30  1030 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M d.nsltl Mi.tnth Im  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7 30 am  9 30 M  11 30  1:15 pm  3:30 pm  5:30 M  7:25 M  9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6 40 am       4:30 pm  8 20 6:30  10 30 8:30  12:25pmM 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5 45 M      3:30 pm  7 35  9 25 M  11 30  5:30 M  7:30  9:30  QIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1 via North Rd., Seacot,  rlelclwr, Gowar Pt., Franklin, Marine Dr.  ROUTE 2  via Pratt. Chaster. King, Veterans.  101. Woodcreek Pk��� S.C. Tr. Pk.  Depart     '545 am 1:45 pm  Mail 7 45 3 45  945 5:45  11 45 7:45  Depart  Langdale  Ferry  Terminal  8 14 am  1011  12 II pm  2 09  4 It  611  8 08  7 30 am  ���1100  l?J5  4?5  6?0  Arrive  Mall  7 45  ll ?8  1240  4 40  6 40  'No 5:45a.m. run Sal, Sun., or Holiday!  NOTE: Shopper'i Loop lv. Mill 10:4Se.m., 12:45 ( 2:45pm., Mon. ��� Sal.  Inlo.. Comments, Suggestions - 886-9318  '11:0O a.m. routes via Bonnlebrook, Gower Pt,  NOTE: No 5:30 am or 7:30 am service Saturdays, Sundays or  Holidays  These transportation schedules sponsored by  RENOVATIONS WEfT  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations ��� I lome Repairs -General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  SukcjmwI AgeRcta*  I  Imurance  J ��t2Z[;mmrj    insurance travel  J ^^Pr 886-2000 88h-WJ  ��� Rett Carpel SerWce From Friendly Protenlonata la Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons.  A minibir   .  ol tar  Indipandtitt  Tritral   .  Proliuloiult   |  un  IULFMOON Ml  CENTURY ROCK >  Rock Wills  Patios  A.]. CONTRACTING  Roofing ��� Insulation ��� Painting  Concrete ��� Vinyl Siding  Free Estimates  886-0994  HEATING  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O's  005-2300  Hwy 101, across St.  inm m Mac's, Section  Mi 20      Coast News, November 18,1991  ���a����  /^"DEPENDABLE ���  AUTO SERVICE  Did You Know...  We De leliaDle * leonomical  RADIATOR  REPAIRS  The South Coast's Only  ���CAA APPBOymD snap  I Special consigtration to BCAA members!  ^WfUWK   AUTOMOTIVE  Sunshine Coast is blessed with  rich abundance of historic sites  Retirement and Insurance Planning Since 1982  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ���  CHAMBKRS  ��l USUI.    Illlllll  ��� LK. Chambers, CLU  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800-663-2051  MuiuaJ funds Itcrm wilh  Guardian (iroup of Funds Lid.  by Pfttr Trowtr  Mir i  Back in the early 60's when I  fust returned to Gibsons to live,  after a lengthy absence, Scuba  diving had become very much  in vogue. There was even a  small shop on Marine Drive lhat  dealt exclusively in wet suits,  oxygen tanks, flippers and other  essential equipment. One of the  most enthusiastic of these  underwater adventurers was a  sometime cowboy from the  Inlerior we'll call Mitch.  Mitch, briefly my next door  neighbour, had made a remarkable discovery during one of our  dives.       He had located and  Sunshine Coast  ICES   DIRECT  HEATING  MARINE SERVICES  /'SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD. IS,  GAS ���PELLET* WOOD       Ifi  Complete Sales St Installations  SHOWROOM Op��n Tu��t.Sat.  5631 Whart Rd.,MS-T1T1 J  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  ��� CABINETS ���  888-9411  Jsiiowroom Kern's PlaiaMtry 101'  Opan Tuasday to Saturday 10-4 pmj  Your Full Roor Covtrtng Sort'  "Quality A Service With a Friendly Smile"  Frw Estimate - M5-3966 - Tom Styles  56(8 Sunmw Col H��r,S��f�� VON 3A0  ilOYNKRHOMKSKRYICKS  COHRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  EickulwDMlmhlptotht  SunNmConlfor  Yamaha  Outboards.  Exceptional quality  at an exceptionally  low price.  Yimiha'i now  Stem Mm  COTTRELLS r|  MARINE    SFRVICF    L   .1  * Motel & Campsites  * M.irinc Repairs'  s.iIt Water Licences   .jfffij^f I  Water r.ixi .  Iffl .ind T.v.jkje BB1-2266 J  Supply & Install From New s| 7ri wj ll     ' "ln I"1  Renovations from si 25 sq (!   SSfl-47  Iill 886-2622(0ibsons)  885-3930(Sechelt)  tmmmaatAjm* rsti.*.-****-  Sales & installation  Tlte Floor Store at Your Door  With Free In-Home Shopping  Hardwood ��� Ceramic* ��� Will Tilts ��� Glass Tilra  Am Rugs ��� Carpels ��� Linoleum ��� Floor Tiles ��� Marble  Glass Blocks  885-3582 ��� 886-8868  Mon- Sat. 9:305:00pm  Showroom 4349 Hwy. 101 Wilson Cr����k  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts &  Chris Napper 886-3488  R.R.M, S6, C78,  Qlbaona, B.C. VON tvo  MAID IN THE SHADE  Hourly A Flat Ratea  Experienced ft Bonded  Cleaning Products Supplied  HHtt-84111- Karen ��� Gibaona ft Sechelt  V   673 Payna Rd., Qibsons 888-3187 J  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICER  'Beams .jXW  sk       w  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kl  I  I ,Y'H  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  LANDSCAPING  A TIP Store  Furniture Land  Highway 101. Bon 2549. Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone (604) 885.5756 ��� Fan {604) 885-2756  S & G TREE SERVICE  "^^JLTopping ��� Trimming -Paining ��� Brush Chipper  AfjflL Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  I  TOP QUALITY PAINTING  REASONABLE RATES  . CUSTOMER SATISFACTION 886-8757  MARINE SERVICE'.  PROFESSIONAL SERVICES  ARE YOU PAYING AN ACCOUNTANT TO DO  A BOOKKEEPER'S JOB?  Saw your lime anil an .militant', ctwila lly ualnfl a:  giMuruo. ArroaoAeix nusiunci aooKxnna  ��� He,ilvalitfa/l'avalilrn ��� l��ayriill - Reconciliation. ��� Synoptic ���  Slalrmriii Preparation. ��� Monthly/Weekly ��� Pickup ami Delivery  tv.  aatBmm\aa$armmam  c��MW��lf��*M Injuring Hum  8854898  &  mccaneer  Marina tf Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove US-7I1I  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALpS - SERVICE -REPAIRS  k * c nntnathtt altam       Vfei.-'  Cobra Bull now   ������ -.**', i-V*i_  in-Stock  jiiNiWIJi  (OUTBOARDS  Professional,  Reliable,  uterlzed Accounting  negotiable, Affordable,  Seasonal Rate*  FIRST CANADIAN ACCOUNTINO SCRVICE8  MON. - SAT. 8:004:00PM ���UN. 10:00.3:00PM  raised a rust-encrusted anchor,  deemed by experts to be of  Spanish origin. This anchor,  now reposing in a museum,  seemed to indicate that at least  one Spanish ship had entered  Howe Sound prior to Captain  Vancouver. Since no accurate  records exist, this remains speculation.  The exploration of the Sound  by Captain Vancouver is, of  course, well documented. His  log contains a detailed report of  the survey. In June, 1792, Vancouver and some of his men  camped overnight on the shore  wesl of Gibsons. He named the  area Gower Point after a fellow  officer, Captain Erasmus  Gower. The approximate site of  the landing is marked today by  a stone cairn. It is just one of  many links to earlier times that  dot the Sunshine Coast.  In 1886, retired Royal Navy  lieutenant George Gibson and  his two sons, George Jr. and  Ralph, preempted property in  the Bay area, laying the groundwork for the ever-burgeoning  town that bears their name.  There were still a few Natives  living on the Chekwelp Reserve  between Gibsons and  Granthams but this represented  the fust white settlement. They  were soon joined by other families such as the Winegardens  and the Glassfords and the initial village began to take form.  Unfortunately, little in the way  of tangible evidence remains of  these early pioneers but many  of them rest in the old graveyard on Cemetery Road.  We have paused to eat our  lunch  where the old headstones tilt  to dine with the almost forgotten  who haven't touched a bite  for decades  Here the forebears lie  intermittently remembered  by descendents who came  to scythe the grass pluck  loose the briars  It is not our dead who lie  here  but the founding first of the  village  who strove before the century turned  to cut this land from the forest  And they say a man came  here once  having killed his friend in  error ���  shot himself in the grave digger's shack-  it is also a place of expiation  It is a place for surviving  surveyors  to share a brief silence ���  to strain for pioneer voices  and a rifle shot on a cold  morning  Soon we must rejoin the present ��� meander for money's sake  back to the power line where  they pay us  to measure and wander this  never-owned land  To toe  Fresh  Brewed  Coffee  for your office  or place of business  Call Doug at 886-7686  Audrey's  Coffee  Service  Office and Restaurant  Supplies and Equipment  Elphinstone 1991 fell  honour roll students  Grade 8: Robert Beaupre,  Tracy Hunter, David Murawsky,  Ben Forsyth, Tara Boragno,  Danny Vallee, Janna Gamache,  Michael Swaney, Allison Cast-  ley, Andre Sanders, Prakash Pil-  Iiai, Lesley Stoochnoff, Alicia  McLeod, Holly Lawson, Adrian  DeVries, Janaki Pogreba, Mee-  gan McGillivray, Natalie Blake,  Sarah Turnbull, Katherine Code,  Michael Chung, Katherine  Robin, Leah Robinson, Maryann  DeVries, Eric Chu, Laura  Kaechele, Leon Wright, Hiroshi  Hattori.  Grade 9: Jascha Espley,  Heather Passmore, Duke Ander-  sson, Kelly Kavanagh, Ryan  Dempster, Laurie Ryan, Janet  Bonaguro, Michael Lowden,  Jana Curll, Chris Leighton, Kar-  ollar A Bag Day  TueS: NOV Wth (Kidt Christmas  Fun Sale Soon)  Boon  fT  Vac I Std   i  hdpttM  GIBSONS  mm^^a  Donations    886-2486 or Box 898        BCmM^H K  men Braun.  Grade 10: Christy Stoochnoff, Jeremy Howden, Tova  Skytte, Jackie Hunter, Elisa  Mowbray, Chandra Juhasz,  Colleen Norton, Krislina Stuart,  Natalie Brind, Jennifer Cargo.  Grade 11: Carolynn Stevenson, Wibke Grutjen, Francesca  Ryan, Leonard Kirkham, Kara  Quarry, Amanda Enterkin,  Amanda Morew, Chris  Murawsky, Krtsta Hill, Shauna  Gold, Hoeyoung Kim, Philip  Finlayson, Zoe Sanborn, Jake  McGillivray, Kim Phillips,  Janiell McHeffey, Cheryl Bullock, Angela Collins, Stacey  Price, Matthew Chalmers.  Grade 12: Amanda Tame,  Tanya Bodt, Michelle Von  Schleinitz, Michelle Pederseri,  Jennie Harrison, Teresa Robinson, Mark Anson, Natasha  Marsden, Gillian Hughes, Tara  Rezansoff, Jan Nekolny, Nicole  Tjensvold, Elizabeth McClean,  Melissa Anderson, Sonja Karl-  son, Kathy Swanson, Sarah  Puchalski, Jude Kirkham,  Jeanetle Lowden, Eryn Parnell,  Ken Fiedler, Bronwyn Thomson, Nicole Blake, Larry Whiel-  don, Hanna Skytte.  THE  1992  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.  Sechelt: 885-3930  Sechelt Fax: 885-3954  -VVV.V,  "-"VTa*-"* c i- " r .  ���-*.-���."  :_'.:-'-- ��� .'���-.".  '��. -���...':- : . ^mm  Coast News, November 18, 1991       21  CLASSIFIED  BOBCAT ft MINI EXCAVATOR  "A"  CLASSIFICATIONS  10. Lost  11. Found  12. Pole 8 Livestock  13.  14. Trovel  11  1*.  17. flange Selee  11. ���orttrlTrado  It. For Solo  20. Hoovy Equipment  21. Auto*  22. Truck!  23. Comport  24. Morlno  25. Mobile Hoitms  20. Motorcycle!  27. WontodtoRont  20. Sod �� Br.rtl.il  20. For Ront  30. Enl.rt.lnm.nl  31. HolpWonlod  32. Business a Homo Sorvictt  33. Work Wanled  34. Child Con  35. Business Opportunity.  30. Logol  DROP OFF YOUR  ^-0 THE SUNSHINE-  Mb  CLASSIFIEDS  At Any Of Our Convenient  FRIENDLY  PEOPLE PLACES  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  BA J STORE 885-9435  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrlo Stroot 885-3930  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Wilson Creek  WILSON CREEK CAMPGROUND 885-5937  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (Behind Dockildo Pharmacy) 886-2822  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  There'i always a smiling face to receive your  classified! at the Roberls Creek General Store, our  "Friendly People Place" In Roberto Creek.   THE BEST  DEAL AROUND  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIED  $  4  ONE WEEK  (Minimum)  ONE WEEK  lor 10 words  iBnths. Lost &  Found FREEI  7% GST  musl ba  added to all  ouf price*  Pay for 2 weeks...get the third week  All Classified Ads Must Be  Pre-Pald Before Insertion  Visa and Mastercard Accepted  SURE SILL CLASSIFIEDS  $1S up to 10 words  11 MOh additional word  Vow att. rtllurlng I mm, will mn 4 eoniacullv. mil, thon will be  c.nc.ILd unlM. you Instruct u. lo r.n.w II by Mon  Nol available lot commercial edvertlaaia.  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  NOON SATURDAY  "Friendly People P/aces"  3:00 PM Fridays  GIBSONS 880-2822 SCCHB.TMUM0  GIBSONS FAX8SJ7WS SECHELT FAX HMIS4  Available for pubNo uoo  54' lol - 80 yi.lease. Keats  Island Tiy youi Oder. 886-2694.  47y  EXCELLENT INVESTMENT  2 bdim. house, Stroud, England.  20 mins. Bristol and Cheltenham,  11/2 hours London. (120,000 oi  exchange lor house or acreage.  888-9156. #48  ESTATE SALE - Unit 4, 783  Reed Road, corner ol North  Road. Quality built by Hans Oun-  puu construction, 1103 square  leel, lireplace, 1 1/2 bathrooms,  enclosed rear yard, many extras.  886-2544. ��48  By Builder Langdale Ranchers,  over 1200sq.lt., $115,000,  Includes GST. 866-3160.    #48  U.S. Government Repo. Homes,  IromSI. Florida lo Calif. Call (I)  805-962-8000, Exl. CH-308 lor  current repo. list. #46  For Sale by Owner -1.37 acre  (arm, with 2 bdim. mobile home,  presently rented, plus second  building site, serviced. Gibsons  area, near Cedar Grove School.  $95,000. Fot appointment, phone  886-7727. #47  For sale by builder, 1350 sq. It.  quality built home, on nicely treed  lot In Roberts Creek. 3 bdrm., 2  balh, hardwood flooring, cedar  siding, shake rool, 1/2 basement  8 more. $165,000. 886-9192.  #47  m  NIIL SANOV  Call Mn For < Math) ti.lii.tlon  Of Your Fropwty  Call Anvlimi-  M.S.W6.HIW        VAN. TOLL  Bl-s.n%.mo;   HULMII.WH  Wanted - lot or house with view in  Lower Gibsons. Preferably  Sergeant/Abbs Rd. Telephone 1-  224-6180 (no agents).        #47  Small acreage, Gibsons area.  Musl be under $100,000. Telephone, 1-224-6180 (no agents).  Drive up Trail Ave., past the arena  8 discover the new subdivision  "Eagleview" on Fairview off Lookout. These view lots with underground wiring are cleared ready  for your dream home. Signs on  property. Priced from $25,000 up.  ss  3 bdrm. home, almost new, 2  baths, 1400 sq. II., plus large  garage workshop. Spacious coiner lot wilh many trees. Asking  $145,000. 1228 Fitchett al Veterans Rd. 886-8651. ss  Gibsons Gower Poinl choicest  waterfront, panoramic view, 1/2  acre, 581-2904 (Surrey).       ss  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  nn  CATALOGUE  5f86 Cowrie Sl . Box 1219  Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van. Toll Free 684-8016  48' x 330' of prime low bank  waterfront In Gibsons Harbour  near Gibsons Marina.. House  needs repair but could be lixed up  for recreational or rental use  Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2). Double garage plus  storage shed. $189,500. Phone  Jennifer 1-689-7070. ss  5 bdrm., 2x6 construction, 3400  iq. II., 1 year old, 3 balhs, 3  propane fireplace, partial view,  1245,000. Prall a Grandvlew  HtUjjbMnt, 888-8952.      #46  New, qualily bum 3 bdrm. rancher, Bonmebfook heights. 2 baths,  lireplace (gas), double garage,  $139,900.00. 885-4832 or 885-  5410. #46  ���  WARNER ��� Ella 8 Kingsley and  big brother Aaron ire proud to  announce the early arrival ol their  Mi guts on Nov. 5,1991. 1Mb-  both Thoieia arrived al 3:38  a.m., weighing 4 be., 5 oi., and  Rebecca Maureen al 3:53 a.m.,  weighing 5be, 21/2oi. Many  thanks to On. Pendleton and  Hudson, wd Ihe exceiem Ml a  Grace Hospital. A spodol dinky.  ou to Or. Rudland ml ���HUo' io  IK our Wends on be ooeet.   #46  THOMPSON, MAE:  Age 69.  peacefully at St. Mary's Hospital  In Sechell Nov. 14,1991, alter a  courageous battle with cancer.  Survived by her loving husband  Will, the five C's, sons Calvin and  Colin and daughters, Candis.  Carol and Cailene, their spouses,  and ten grandchildren, and sislers  Nije Weir, Jessie Leach, and  brolher Jim Drummond. Privale  lamily service under Ihe direction  ol Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons.  In lieu ol Ilowers, support lor  Canadian Cancer Sociely is  appreciated. #46  SADLER - Passed away Nov. 13,  1991, Clarence Raymond Sadler,  late ol Sechelt, age 65 years.  Former longtime resident of Golden, B.C. Survived by his loving  wile Maureen; 2 sons: Patrick  and wile Julie; Michael; 3 daughters: Cathy and husband Glen  Cantley; Colleen and husband  Paul Clayson; Kerry and husband  Kerry Colonna; 5 grandchildren;  4 sisters: Mary, Emily, Doris, and  Josephine; 3 brothers: Bill, Einil,  and Jim. No service by request.  Private cremation arrangemenls  Ihrough Devlin Funeral Home,  Gibsons. In lieu of flowers, donations to SI. Mary's Hospital Auxil-  liary. , #46  RUFFELL - Phyllis. In loving  memoty of a beloved mother, who  passed away Nov. 16,1990. In  my heart, your memory lingers.  Always tender, fond and true;  there's not a day, dear mother, I  do nol Ihink ol you. Ever loved  and always remembered by her  daughler Eileen 8 son-in-law,  Michael Poppel. ' ' #46  Dad  As lime goes on without you,  As days turn inlo years,  They hold ten thousand  memories  And a million silent tears,  We cannot hear your voice,  Nor lake your hand in ours,  Bul you are ever in our hearts  Until Ihe end of lime.  Love, Cindy & Kathy  #46  Wanted: 70 overweight people to  lose 10-29 lbs. per month.  100% natural, doctor recommended. We pay you. Serious callers  only. 1-533-5576. #46  SET THE MOOD!  Innovative  Home   Painting.  Colours ��� Designs ��� Murals. Scott  Avery, 886-9577. #46  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition House lor confidential 24 hr  service 885-2944 TFN  RECYCLE:  Opening Nov. 30th. PHASES  F.O.R. K.I.D.S. Quality, affordable  children's consignment clothing,  brand new books at 1/2 price,  shoes, toys, elc. Need a special  outfit? Come and check out our  selection. We are also open Sundays, 11-5 p.m. I am now Ming  consignments. For more info.,  contact Rozann al 866-2585 or  886-8070, eves. 148  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Palnta  Eneltonment  fnenol, Pelnts y ^*- ,  in Att $},-  Coiouiiot       . i;;ay  Tltartalnbox    *,        V,  ..Including Otaen \\      i*  A  Bus 885-2923  Res 885-8088  Now Open  "The Corner  Closet"  689 Hwy. 10  taitics consignments  & accessories  Now accepting  Hems all sizes  Hours: 10:30-1  Mon. - Sat.  Joy. 886 8078,886-4930  1  Gibsons Legion 109 General  Meeting, Tues., Nov. 19,8 p.m.  #46  ALMASKAE  One of Vancouver's leading Psychic Readers will be back on the  Sunshine Coasl, Dec. 6 8 7. Foi  appointments, please phone 886-  3224. MS  ECLECTKA  Open Dec. 1st, a new art shop,  downtown Roberts Creek. Call  Micheline Larose and Georges  Gamache. 885-8904. #47  DESPERATELY SEEKING couple who bought a small dog from  North Van. SPCA. Mistake made,  willing to pay up to $200. Can collect. 604-469-2863. #46  AUDITIONS FOR ANNE OF  GREEN GABLES, Sat. Dec. 7,1  - 8 p.m., Wilson Creek Hall. For  into.: Lyn Vernon, 886-8026.   #48  NEEF)  HELP?  ��� Hou.se Cleaning  -Office Relief  ��� Casual Labour  ��� Construction  Clean-up  We find lite people  YOU get the job done.  Westcoast  Workforce  886-3759  POTTERY SALE  Handcrafted stoneware by Elaine  Fulterman 1 Mike Allegrettl,  Creek Clay Works Studio- Open  House, Sal. 8 Sun., Nov. 30 8  Dec. 1,10 a.m.-4 p.m. 1738  Lockyer Rd., Roberls Creek.  Phone 885-2395 tor Information  or directions. #47  PSYCHIC READINGS Phone  Kalawnal 685-4883. #47  HELPI  LOSTMESSAGEI  Who Is "holding a parcel" lor 8.  McAndrew??? Please phone  again 649-4050, or leave message al Coast News.        TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896,886-3463. TFN  Does someone in your family  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 666-9903, 885-7484, 886-  9059. Al-Ateen 886-2565.    NC  Phone us today about our selection of beautilul personalizd wedding Invitations, napkins, matches, stationery and more. Jean-  nles Gifts 8 Gems 886-2023  TFN  Adult children of Alcoholics or dis-  functlonal lamilies please call  885-2314 or 885-4622 lot help.  NC  DIAPER SERVICE  Fn as little as $10 p/week. Free  pickup 8 delivery. Sechelt Coin  Laundry, 885-3393, Pallida, 885-  6443. #46  Local family concerned about the  quality of care delivered by SI.  Mary's Hospital wishes lo hear  from others who may share their  concern. Replies kepi confidential. Write lo Box 364, c/o Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.,  VON IVO. #48  Gambler Silkscreen has lound a  new home at 1010 Venture Way  as of Nov. 7th. Come see us, or  call 886-9394 #46  let us tut vour spirits  antl Seep the  drinking driver  esffthe raatai  ���   -WE DELIVER---  IkCjUMfcMbi  hSSCfkAM. opn  Sqwriait andloiiiM.how  NOOBMRVTOMKMS  cASHomrritAsa  886-0951  Small lemale Siamese cat. Missing Irom Lower Gibsons since  mid-October. Blue eyes, tabby  markings, wearing Ian leather collar. Call Chris al 886-8983 or  work, 886-7313.   #46  Imitation Pit Bull, tattoo in right  ev, very Iriendly, med. size, gold.  Phone 885-9089. #46  Small female dog, long-golden lur  and curled tail. Lost Monday  morning, Nov. 11th on Trueman  Road In Hallmoon Bay. 885-7495  0(885-2975. #46  One Hubcap with letter'S" on it.  886-9572. #48  MISSING - Black Lab. X, 4 mo.  old wilh small while mark on  chest. Losl on Paisley Island.  Please call colled, 856-4895.  Rewaid offered. #46  Black Mag. Flashlight, rechargeable batteries, lost outside Kinsmen Hall at recycling meeting on  Tues., Nov. 12. 885-3192.   #47  HELPI  LOSTMESSAGEI  Who Is "holding a parcel" for B.  McAndrew??? Please phone  again, 6494150, or leave message at Coast News.        TFN  Free male rabbit - yellow cockaliel  wilh large cage, $75. o.b.o. 885-  3764. (48  Pitbull cross male, 3 yrs. old. -  Needs home In farm setting. 885-  6255. #48  Free to good home: beautiful,  healthy, loving black cat, 886-  2472. #48  Board for 1 horse, rates are negotiable for lull or partial board.  886-8268. #47  Horses for renl; lessons; horseshoeing; trailer for renl; manure.  686-2205,01886-3260.       #47  Room for your horse lo roam.  $150/mo. incl. hay. Geldings  only. 666-7178. #46  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.  Quality Farm 6 Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527.  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlact Then 8 Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Marlee Fashions.    NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  Hemlock wood shavings for horse  bedding (no cedar). Gibsons  Sand 8 Gravel, 686-8511.  Evenings, 885-2008. TFN  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalilcisk  886-2843  One roundlrip airtme ticket lo St.  John's, Nfld., Dec 16/91. Return  form Deer Lake, Jan. 8/92. Can  $800. For more info, 886-3245.  For Christmas: Bicycle for 7 yr.  ddgm. 886-3841. #48  The man to prune my 2 apple  treei in Roberts Creek. Losl  your phone number. Call 886-  3654. #46  Well maintained autoharp, preferably with book and case. Free  national Geographies or other pictorial magazines and art magazines, 685-5607, eves.       #47  Old carpets and rugs, any condi-  ton. 886-7795. #47  Collapsable Massage Table, 885-  4503. #47  Buying Beer BotUee 8 Beer  Cam  We Will Pick Up  flOcents/doz.  88M951,  #46  Top $$$ paid lor any military  Items, firearms, badges, medals,  bayonets. 886-7591. #51  Free Fill. I'll load, you haul. 886-  9572.  (46  Collectibles, misc. Kerns, household goods, tractor, etc. 8458  Redrooffs Rd., Sal. and Sun.,  Nov. 23 and 24,9 to 5.        #46  Radios, tape recorder, vacuum,  misc. electrical, wine making  equip. 8 press, good quality doming, sklls 8 boots, misc. household items. Rain or shine, Sal.  Nov. 23 -10-2, al 6154 Lookout,  past arena. #46  Float home, fiberglass floatation,  $12,000 or trade. Laive message, 883-9567. 147  Christmas Cleaning?  Coast Qjrpei Vim  Carpets  Upholstery  Scotchguarding  885-2541  Results Guaranteed  Eatons 30' Viking fridge and  slove, $300. each. Queen size  waterbed with bookshelf headboard $100. 8864)988.      848  Hidt-A-B#d, wotQht btnch, QOod  condition, wtth weights, crane, lull  size-$50.00ea. 8854558. #46  Fridge, $350., slove. $325., wuh-  or/dryer, $225. each, deep freeze,  $250., loveseal, $150., drapes,  queen size maltress, night/end  tables, director's chair, TV, small  chalnsaw, mower, elc 886-3888,  m  Bed chestertield, new 26' VI.  685-7692. *6  Bellevue hard-top tenl trailer,  make an olfer. Medium size  Ireezer. 885-3529. itt  9.8 MERCURY, plus gas tank tnd  line, $400. Kindling. 18" and 24"  long, $4. pei bundle. 886-3667.  after 5 p.m. (48  Q.E. holpoinl slove, 30", sell-  cleaning. 1989, new condilion,  $62500. 886-3469. 648  UTILITY LUMBER SALE  Red cedar 6 some yellow cedar,  1" and 2* stock, available Mon.,  Nov. IB to Sat, Nov. 23, only al  Chamberlin Lumber, Field Road,  Wilson Creek (opposite Forestry)  and B.C. Hydro. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.  #46  BUYING  and sellii  coins,  silver,  banknotes  ���������Tttl  Reliable, mature, bonded person  willing lo house-sit, Gibsons  /Sechell area. Excellent references, 886-3321 or 886-3060.#47  PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRS  For prompt service 8 expert tuning, call Sunshine Piano, 885-  3188. (47  Lyn Vernon School of Music  886-8026  Private instructors: Clarke Steab-  ner - classical guitar; Dave Morgan ��� |azz 6 pop guitar; Mike  Hursl - |az? 6 classical piano;  Kelly Smlt - flute; Nicholas  Simons-cello. TFN  For sale: classic Mason 6 ReWi  piano, $1400 o.b.o. 885-9224.  #46  Marshall 30 wall guitar amp.  Never used, 1 yr. old, $250.  Yamaha organ, lully loaded,  $1500. 885-5568. (46  Lowrey Mardi Oris Organ, ind.  bench and music, exc. cond.,  $900.o.b.o.883-2179.        (48  IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTSIII  Unique, locally made, Bud Hand-  craflslll Beautifully finished, cryi-  III coated: Burl clocks, Key  Hangers, Pen Sets, ETCIII Reasonably Pricedlll Phone Anytime:  885-2574. 151  HAY/Stmr$4.00/BMe  GARDEN MULCH HAY  OATS/WHEAT .10/0.  Phone 885-9357  TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  Modal stove, $175, Colonial sola,  kitchen table, 6 chairs, $60. 885-  4892 (46  Fender Squire Stratocaster, Red,  $275, hoilowbody guuitar, $135,  microphone, $40. 885-5995. (48  3 pt. hitch 7' Land Pride blade,  like new, $350 or trade lor good  cement mixer. 885-3506.    (46  Sony Digital amp., preset tuner.  Fisher ghetto blaster 8 Sanyo  ghetto blaster, 16* Sony colour  remote. Phone 886-9281.   (48  Browning auto, rifle, 308 win. cal.  with 2 3/4 Redfield, as new,  $575,o.b.o. 986-7591. IS  Beaumont freezer, 15 cu. ft.,  $400., Toshiba microwave, $200.,  Bose speakers, $100,2 mustang  jackets, large, new, $100. each,  cruiser suil, large, $100. 885-  3127. #46  Atlantic sofa/love , 2 yrs. old,  excellent condilion, $900. After  5:00 p.m., 8868293. ss  CEDAR SHAKES 8 LUMBER,  any size. Will custom cut. 885-  5669 or 885-5601. TFN  Pickup lool box, black, 'truck-  male', used 6 mos. Fits over  edge. New $140, asking $90.  Skis, 190 cm., Elan. F.A.S. Model  Solomon 547 binding, $60. 885-  2319.  #48  Almond Bar 6 Entertainment  units, $50 each; Apple Comp.  Computer, 2 disk drives, printer 8  .games, $500; like new lazy boy  chair. $100., older chair, $10. B A  W. TV. $10; 866-4943.      #48  Be warm this winter  Buy a pellet stove  The Easy Stove  Pat at 886 7194  Yamaha Clavlnola Cup-5 keyboard, mldi-lunctlon sequencer,  memory-transposer, 76 kiys, like  new. $2500. 886-9819.      #47  Kids'skiis and boots, FROM 110  cm. size 2 boon and up. 866-  2481, MS. (47  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Tka Caest Newt  kiQIbeone  UnH Noon Saturday il       Loast News, November 18,1991  Videos Music  885-4888  104 Teredo Sq  Sechelt  .'3   Campers  2 Unroyal P215 75 R 15 winter  tread, steel belted radials on GM-  5 hole rims, less man 1000 mi. on  lues. $150, obo 883-1106,5-  7p.m. (47  AST Premium 286 computer, 40  MB. Datatram monitor, Roland  10l2pnnter. 886-2361.      #47  Washer & dryer, super single  waterbed, will take olfers. 886-  3793. #47  Sola 8 matching chairs, good  condition. $190.00. Colour TV,  26", remote control, 99 channel,  $190.00. Danish leak buffet. 20 <  66. $190.00 Bar and 3 stools, like  new. $190.00. 885-7618.     #47  Sewing macine; house plant carl,  886-7351. #46  Empire Loyalist maple table 8 4  chairs, electric space healer, $12,  small portable typewriter, $15.  885-9863. #48  Airplane ticket lo Kelowna. Leave  Dec. 9 and return Dec. 15, $80.  (h)885-3875,(w)885-3295.   #48  Hardwood 2 shelf bookcase, like  new, $75. 885-3836. #48  Hide-a-Bed, $150! Eves., 885-  4503. #47  New large bird cage, 5 finches 6  exlras. $100.00 o.b.o. 886-7882.  #47  2 Single Glazed 4x6 windows,  $50. for pair, 886-8513.       #47  Hot water tank. $25. olfice chair,  $20, weight bench, $10, easy  chair, $75, Oueensize wateibed,  $100, bamboo shades. $5, ladies'  bike, $25, single bed 6 maltress.  $50, table 6 4 chairs, $150 6  binoculars, $25. 886-3109.  (46  Near new 7 cu. ft. deep freezer,  $250. 886-7561. ss  Firewood for sale Ity Ihe logging  truck load, or by the cord. Phone  after 6:00 p.m, 886-3821 or 886-  8629. (49  Nicely done interior linishing/relin-  ishing ol furniture and also some  landscaping. 886-2714.       #46  'Sleepy Hollow' till back chair 8  ottoman, floor lamp, adjustable -  ch'ome, portable I v /computet  table. 15' x 31' on coasters, 886-  9619. (46  Swivel locker 8 ottoman. A-1 condition. $100. 886-3949.      #48  Firewood for sale. 1 1/2, $150.  886-3947. Jesse, delivered. #48  Cedar Shakes, any size. Will  custom cut. 885-5669 or 885-  5601.   TFN  King size four poster knotty pine  waterbed. $400 obo. 6864862.  TFNs  Browning auto rifle 308 win cal  with 2 $4 Redfield as new, $575  obo. 886-7591 ss  Tweed winged rocker, (great  shape), $50. 886-8558.    TFNs  Building materials, plumbing,  electrical, Insulation, WHY, all  new. Large quantities, 1/2 price.  886-3910. Ask lor Mark.     #46  Video system: Pro/Sony video 8 , Horse manure. Next year's gar-  camera, Sony editing board, Sony den starts now. $20 per p/u.  8 m.m. deck. Over $3000 value, 885-9969. Roberts Creek. TFN  $1500 lirm. 885-7214.        #47  Teak bdrm. suile, king-size bed  wilh mattress, night tables, 6 diwr.  dresser, and high boy. Uke new,  $2,000, o.b.o. 883-2195.     #47  150' 5 II. galvanized chain link  fence, like new. $150.00,885-  3670. #47  Large school bus, $4000. o.b.o.  Good cond. luggage compart,  along bottom. 885-7699.     #47  Goats, single beds, 5th wheel  trailer wilh attachment, 886-7488.  , #47  3'x5' smoke glass dining table, 6  chairs, $150, pool table, $180,  Universal Gp Set wilh weights,  $120,walerbed,$5O. 886-2970.  #47  THE SLING ALONG BABY CARRIER - carries babies close lo  you, where the/re happiest. 886-  7178. #49  Love seal, $100; French Prov.  dining room (able, chairs 6 bullet.  $300; Porl-a-Polty, $25.; 5" B/W  portable TV, $25. 886-8487. #46  Discovery toys ��� home demos,  educational toys, books, games.  Call Jeanette McBain, Educational Consultant, 885-7777.     #46  Gas hot water tank, 40 U.S. gallons, gas hot water healing boiler.  Excel, cond. 885-2696.      #46  6 cyi. Ford marine diesel, 4 -1  capilol gear. $8500. o.b.o, or  Irade for tractor plus cash, 886-  9981. ss  Moving sale. Yamaha organ, guitar amp, bar set pull out foam  bed, loveseat, klngsize 4 post  waterbed with motionless maltress!, 2 end tables, Braun convection oven. 685-5569.     (46  1979 Ford L.T.D, 4 door sedan,  V-8. ��� $950.00. Onan Model  MCCK 6.5 k.w, 110/220 volt 2  cyl. gen, set, muffler, $1950. 2"  water pump, B8S engine, hoses.  $160.00. Evinrude 9.9 h.p. Model,  E10RCNS. Tank 6 fuel line,  $450.00. Paloma propane water  heater, automatic (new), $195.00.  Apelco m paper graph sounder,  $95.00. Sonar 480' paper graph  sounder, $120.00. Call Harold at  883-2200 or 12458 Clay Rd. #46  20. Heavy  Equipmei  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  1974 case 580 B Construction  King backhoe. Extend-A-Hoe,  $9500. 886-3457. ss  12 brand new single speed mountain bikes, $120 each. 8854)985.   #46  YOU'RE INWTEO  Knit Wear Open Houie ���  November 20th, Noon ��� 4 p.m.  and7-9p.m. Place��� 679Henry  Rd, Gibsons, directly across from  Pop Shed. Good selection ol  sweaters, suits, dresses, sweater  jackets, slippers and more. Now  is ihe lime to shop early for  Christmas, while the selection li  good. No obligation to buy. Just  come and browse. Everyonewel-  come. If you need any further  Information, please call Betty at  886-2673. See you then.    (46  Gov't Tested  Why Gamble? Theoe  Vehicles Are Gov't  Safety Inspected  87 OMNI SOLD  85 MUSTANG $3500  84 CHEVETTE $2250  82 NISSAN SOLD  82 COURIER PU $3000  81 FORD PU $2500  81 CHEVETTE $1700  81 HORIZON SOLD  80 CHEVETTE $1360  78TORONADO $3500  78 CHEVETTE $1260  76 CHEVETTE    $650  Call 885-4004  I960 Ford Zephyr 4 door, aula,  PB/PS, recenl A/C. Good  mechanical condition. $1,900,  o.b.o. 886-8909. #48  1982 Toyola Celica. Greal condition, many exlras, reduced.  $4400. 886-9143. #48  1985 Toyota Camry, 4 dr, 5 spd,  front wheel drive, fuel injection, 4  cyl, 2000 cc. engine, no rusl,  excellent condition. $5995. 885-  5027 or 886-8487. #46  1992 Renault Le Car, excellent  condition, low mileage, $1500,  885-9832. #48  1989 Honda CRX SI, 5 sp, low  miles, exc. condition, $12,250.  O.b.o. 886-9105. (48  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parti  and Towing  886-2020   TPK  I960 Suburu, $1200 o.b.o. 896-  7194 (47  79 Cadillac Fleetwood, fully loaded, $2700. o.b.o, 885-4756. #47  '91 323 Mazda 5 sp. Exc. cond.  Asking $7900,886-2970.      ss  76 Volkswagen RabHt, standard  4 spd, Reliable commuter car,  $600. o.b.o, 885-3370 after 4:00  pm- #47  SUNCOAST  MOTORS  has Cellular Fhoneo  from  ��j>y. yo **���  offer good until Dec. 31  886-8213  1985 Reliant, auto, stereo cassette, ouse. low kms. Good con-  diton, must sell, $3100.00 885-  7618. #47  Owner leaving province. Musl  sen 1985 Dodge Aries. Excellent  condlion A bargain at $3500.  Phone 886-9039. (47  CHEAPI FBI/U.S. SEIZED  89 MERCEDES - $200 86 VW ���  $50. 87 Mercedes $100. 65  Muslang - $50. Choose from  thousands, starting $25. Free 24  Hour Recording Reveals Details.  801-3792935. Copyright ��  BCI04JC. #52  1970 Chev. Impala, 4 dr, good  condition, $550. 885-9368.   (46  1976 Nova. Runs better than it  looks. $250.00. 885-4544.   (46  86 Ford Escort 2 dr. H.B, 4 cyl,  4 sp, new dutch, waler pump,  bait, am/fm cass, all records.  ORIGINAL OWNER, $3500.  o.b.o. 886-9290. #46  1968 Honda Accord, 70,000 km,  5 speed 6 cruise - excellent condition, $10,500. o.b.o. 886-4536.   #46  1962 Toyota Supra GST, 6 cyl, 5  spd. blue/blue, new lires. Lady  driven, $5500. 886-8445.    (46  1984 Tempo 5 speed, good  mechanical condilion, $2500  O.b.o. 886-4536. #46  79 Dodge Aspen Wagon 6 cyl.  P/S, P/B, Aulo, clean, runs very  well. $650. 886.3148.        (46  70 Dodge Dart slant 6. Runs  well, parls avail., $600 obo.,  Phone 865-7284. TFNs  1976 Volare Wagon, slant 6, reliable, low mileage. Asking $600.  888-3841. ss'  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. ss  '88 Muslang GT, $10,000, 885-  5476 (46  Estate sale. 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape. Offers.  8963306. ss  1980 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, musl sell,  $4,990. 886-3113. #40sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seals, needs work, parts  886-2878. ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor Ihe  sel, with covers, 886-9500 anytime.  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 for Toyota 4 Runner or equivalent. 886-2694.  ss  1975 Olds. Cutlass Supreme,  $600 obo. 865-8862.        TFNs  1979 Chevy Caprice ��� Excellent  condition ��� $1500. Greal family  car, 886-7724. n  1987 Toyoti Corolla, GTS, one  owner, 59,000 kms, exc. cond.  Must sell due to expanding family.  Phone after 5 p.m., 886-8009.   (48  1986 Ford Thunderbird, air,  cruise, tilt, AM/FM cass, P/W.  Like new cond, very low kms,  $5500.obo. 8862740,Richard.   (48  '82 Muslang Hatchback, 4 cyl,  good condition. $2200.00,886-  3457 ss  1974 OWsmobile, new brakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $2400000. 685-1943. u  1983 Ford Escort, 4 door, excellent condilion, $2495. Will consid-  ertrade. 886-2111,days.      ss  78 Hot Rod -Red Mustang V8/ 4  spJTRoof. This cans i Untied  edition and has no rusl. $2500.  o.b.0. 886-4795. #46  SJP  1977 Dodge cemperized maxi  van, raised rot, tridge, slove, furnace, propane powered, very  dean 8 economical, $4500 firm.  8662182 u  _JI_  MffTSM.  MC.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.SJ  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine 1  Surveyors and Consultants!  JSittL  1977 Extended Body Dodge Van.  Exc. condition, storage space,  insulated, carpeted, $2100. o.b.o.  686-9156. #48  1989 Ford F150 1/2 ton 33,000  km, great condition, 885-5102.  71 GMC 1/2 ton pick-up. Rebuilt  283. $575., o.b.o. 886-8934.#46  76 Dodge 4x4, $1500.00 o.b.o.  886-7802. #48  79 Chev. van, 350 auto, $800.  o.b.o. 686-6735. #48  1981 Chev. van; 3/4 Ion, seats 8  wilh pop-out seats; $1200; 886-  7632. (46  1989 Ford F150 4x4,28,000 km,  no GST. $14,750, 883-9412*48  1981 Bronco 4 spd. 4x4, good  cond, $2,200.00. 885-4818. #48  1985 blue F150XL, good condllon, asking $63,000, o.b.o. 886-  9044. (46  1974 Dodge truck, $600. o.b.o.  Good running condition, 885-  4869.        #47  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km, box mal, toolbox,  $8700. 885-2836,885-7413.  ss  71 V.W. Weslvalia, no molor,  oilers, 886-3739. (46  1977 GMC Jimmy 4x4. Good  running condilion. $2000, o.b.o.  886-3921. ss  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van,  parts only, 885-2207. ss  1962 Chev. 1/2 ton pickup. Runs  okay, $600. 885-7029. ss  1953 Chev. 1/2 Ion. Rebuilt  engine. Radials, $2700 obo.  885-1943. ss  '90 Jeep Soil Top, white, trailer  hitch, AM/FM cassette, 4 spkrs, 6  cyl, alum, wheels, $15,000. 886-  7686 (47  1985 S10 Diesel P/U, PS/PB,  AM/FM, cassette, canopy, long  box lilt. $5300, o.b.o. 886-7372.  ss  1991 Chev. S.10, as new,  $9,000.obo. 883-9711.     (46  1961 G.M.C. 4x4, 3/4 ton, $2500.  886-3287. (46  1990 250 Dodge Iruck. Camper  special, Al condilion, $13,900.  8864481. ss  1987 F250 4x4 diesel, new clutch,  lires. 107,000 kms. $9500,  O.b.o. 885-4739. #46  3(7 travel trailer, 3 yrs. old. Fully  equipped, air cond. elc, $18,000.  o.b.o. 8654965. #46  30' 5th wheel with hitch,  $6900.00. Trades or W.H.Y  8864862. jj  1979 Betevue Hardtop Tent Trail-  er. Hai Ice box, stove 1 sink.  Sleeps 6. Good condilion,  $1500,0.00,886-2068.     (46  '87 Deluxe 24' Motottiome, exc.  cond. 8864481. ss  1975 Dodge Mixi-Van, 3-way.  fridge, Hove, furnace, toilet, link,  $7300.8864306. u  10 foot Zodiac, lie new, $900.00.  686-7372. #47  I piy cash lor boats, 19' - 24'  woodorglass. 8854131.    #46  HOURSTON GUSCRAFT ��� W  with sun rool. 1991 SP280 Volvo  outdrive. 1990 305 Volvo engine  ��� approx. 85 hrs. new Inlerior on  this 1981 boal. Besl price over  $12,000.00. Phone 883-2312.(46  Used outboard parti bought ind  sold. Call 883-1119. TFN  OUTBOARDS 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 reliable local  propellor repair service. 685-  5278 TFN  E-Z-Loader Trailers Salei and  Service. Trades welcome. 883-  im TFN  W.G. Sutherland Sales end Service. Mariner Force Chrysler and  Mercruiser 6 Yanmar. 883-1119.   TFN  16' Work/Pleasure/Heavy duly  construction, Volvo 125 HP, 270  outdrive, towposl, healer. View  Smitly's Marina, $3200 (offers).  886-2567. ss  22' Sangsler, 302, V8,888 Merc  leg, motor rebuilt, new manifolds,  hard lop, trailer, extras, $6500.  886-6443. ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  fast and in lop condition, surveyed  value $8500, offers 8 trades considered. 886-2738. ss  F/G boat, trailer, 6 HP, 0/B, gas  tank, complete, $600.885-2965.  ss  Highliner trailer, like new, 1000  kg, 14' tires, $1700 OBO. 886-  3*L ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond, $3800.  885-9333. ss  M.V. Blackflsh, 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dec/91, featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkg,  new LMS, 200 w/Loran C, new  fenders 6 brackets, mooring lines,  new windows, completely relinished hull and swlmgrld, new  handrails, flush mount Fishon rod  holders (5) FWC 318 Chrysler,  120 hrs. and much more,  $10,500,885-7977. ss  Rubber rait: Avon-Rover R3-40,  max. 15 HP, 1/2 price, $2200.  885-2306. si  24' sailboat for parti or repair;  fully equipped Hoop, 5 sails,  head, anchor, lifejackets, 8 HP  Honda OB (like new); together,  $1450, mtr. alone, $800.886-  8017, lv. message. TFNS  Two 14' alum, boats with 15 h.p.  mere, engines, low hours, $3200  each, 8854985. (46  25. Mobile Homes  NEW DEALERSHIP  Sunshine Coast Mobile  Home Salaa is proud lo  announce it is the agency tor:  -MODULINE  ���Non-rec  ���heoent  ���olen river  W�� will *tt new itan-  dardaotnaw.atmydaty  low prices for mobile  homa. Sa* us forth*  beat dealt WE WILL  NOT BE UNDERSOLD.  CAariMM6-M26  2 bdrm. clean, spacious, Iridge,  stove, drapes, Gibsons, $16,000  tor quick sue. 865-2743.     #46  14x68, slove, fridge,  washer/dryer, dlihwiiher, air  cond, new rugs $24,500. Must  be moved. 8667013 ss  60 x 10. Good condition, large  sundeck, large, bunt on ihed, 2  bdrm, fridge, MM. BonMMok  Trailer Co jrt, $20,000. 686-7686,  (47  By owner, 12x66 mobile home,  can 8863038,866-7306.       N  LETS MAKE A DIAL  We have a brand new 14'1717,2  bdrm. deluxe Moduline. Fridge,  slove, dishwasher. Also, a 24'x  62 -1320 sq. fl Vk*xi��i Module* 2 bdrm, lamily rm. 8 owner's retreat. The Finest Double  Wide on the Sunshine Coast.  Left make a Deal. You Win.  No reasonable oiler relused.  These 2 homes are not only saoi-  liced, but ve nearly being given  awiy. Ca�� now - first come, list  served. Puis available. Buy or  bring your new or used mobke lo  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Pnk.CH Chattel, 8869826.��46  FREE RENT  TIL DEC. 1992  ONLY 4 PADS LEFT  FOR INFO, CALL  1-806663-3637  (TFN  2(i   Motorcycles  Yamaha GT 80, almost perfect  condition, excellenl running. New  back tire and sprockets, rebuill  engine last winter. $550.00 683-  VH.  (48  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond, garage kept, $7500. 886-  9596 ss  Monlasa 250, on-road/ofl-road,  exc. shape, $1200. $899. 886  7655 or 220-9564. ss  1986 Yamaha XT600, exc cond.  885-5564. ss  Kr    In Slock al  ENMAC  k. end  ow Filters, Batteries, Tires,  Riding Gear, etc.  Phone Jay at 886-2031  ADVERTISING  FOB TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advertising which  discriminates in Ihe rental ol property. For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condition ol renlal would be in  violation of the Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes It would both be  in contravention of the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against ihem. n Coast Newt  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads. TFN  3 bedroom main floor cedar panabode home, must seel $650/mo���  plus utilities. Avail. Immed. 886  4957 (48  Gibsons 3 bdrm, bright, fireplace,  large deck, facing marina, mountains, $795. plus. Also, small  bright 2 bdrm., $450.00 plus.  Arthur, 685-9859. #48  Spacious, modem 1 bdrm. suite,  6 appliances, Upper Gibsons,  long lease. $650./mo. 886-2244.  #46  Modem lurnished bachelor suite,  Upper Gibsons. $4O0/mo. 886-  2244. #46  GETA WINTER-TIME  BARGAIN, YEAR ROUND  Brand new 3 bdrm, 2 baths, master bdrm. ensulte 6 walk-In closet,  eat-in kitchen, new appliances,  DW/slove/fridge. Quiet, cenlral  location, 5 min. walk to schools 6  mill. Great deal lor right long  term tennant. Cal 8664859, eve.   #46  Older 2 bdrm. home wilh view in  Cenlral Gibsons. Avail. Dec. 1.  $650/1110. 886-3013-leavemessage. #46  Avail. Immediately, well equipped  1 bdrm. mobile home, Sechell  area. 885-7940. (48  BACHELOR APARTMENT  Excellent amenities, brand new.  Close to Sechell. Prolessional,  N/S, $550./mo. 885-7161, eves.  #46  Gibsons Bluff Waterlront - Large 2  bedroom view suite, 4 appliances,  fireplace. 274-4662. (48  2 bdrm. Panabode, Sandy Hook.  $550. 885-7719. #46  3 bdim. lownhouse, Gibsons, nice  ocean view. Over 1600 sq. ft, 2  bithrooms, balcony, $750/mo.  Avail. Dec. 1. 596-4721 or 844-  0164. #48  Furnished waterlront home, Gibsons, dose lo stores. Flverooms,  $700 per month. Avail, to March  31,1-967-2591. (46  3 bdrm. house, dose to all amenities. $700 plus utilities. Avail.  Dec. 1,886-3488. Phone 6:30  am.-6 p.m. (46  Office wirehouse workihop  space, excellent location. Beit  price in town, 886-8204.      #48  Roberta Creek wawtont, 2 bedrooms, unfurnished. Ideal lor a  couple. Nodogs,N/S, $600/mo���  relerenoesrequited. Phone922-  4384 (answering mach.) or 922-  7446 #48  Davie Bay, Wilson Creek Hall  885-2752,1864883.  #54  2 bdim, 14 ft. wide mobile, on private lol, Chaster Road area.  $595./mo��� avail. Dec. 1. 980-  7534 #47  Waterlront, 2 bdrm. cozy house, 4  appls, sandy bead), privacy, carport. 733-7742. #47  AFFORDABLE  Newly decorated small 2 bdrm.  suite in duplex, share bath, private entranced, wit quiet person,  $375fmo��� incl. utilities Nov.  3061886-2691,8884129.   #47  Beauliful Roberts Creek Witir-  front, 2 bdrm. home, $800. 886  8106 #47  Luxury view apl, 2 bdrm, 11/2  bath. Fireplace, 5 appls, private  entrance, adult oriented bldg.  Appointment only. Ken Dervles  Bldg. 886-7363)886-9038.   (47  Small 3 bdim. house, Lower Gibsons, $650./mo. plus Util. 866  0966 (47  2 bdrm. cottage, Naylor Rd,  THIIcum Bay. $550./mo. 886-  4586. #47  3 bdrm. house, lull basement, 4  appliances. View, $800./mo,  Davis Bay, 885-3572 Evenings.  (47  UUUDDDD!  Walk To Sechelt  New 2 bdrm. condo,  all appliances  $700/mo.  Furnished Condo  View, lireplace,  3 appliances  at Secret Cove  Granthams View  1 ��� plus bedroom home  fireplace & basement  $625/mo.  NRS Century West  Realty  Sechelt* 885-2235  2 bdrm. house, Roberls Creek  avail. Dec. 1,$700.p/month. 879-  7961. Leave message.       (47  Commercial Space, aval. Dec 1.  Ocean view, 1060 sq. fl. Lower  Gibsons, 886-9587. (47  Furnished bachelor suite, $325  per/mo. Includes hudro 6 cable,  8864619. #47  2 bdrm. view suile, $550/mo.  Includes utilities. 886-2565, alter  6 p.m. #48  Gibsons ��� Spacious, near new 3  bdrm. townhouse, 1620 iq. fl,  covered balcony, 1 1/2 bath, 5  appliances, soaker tub, skylight,  carport, $875.00 per month. 230-  4099 (48  Lower Gibsons - Harbour View, 2  bdrm. spacious apt., carport.  $750./mo. Heat t electr. Induded. Relerenoes. N.S. 230-4099.   #48  SEASIDE FURNITURE  RESTORATION  Refinlshing 8 repairs  Sales ��� 8863792 ��� Twin  3 Drawer Oik Dresser, $375.00  4'x8' Wardrobe, $275.00  1 Dec, small 2 bedroom cottage,  $450. Phone 886-4716, days.��48  Madiin Pirk: 11/2 yr. old 2  bdrm. rancher, carport, washer-  dryer, ranga, Iridge. Die. 1,  $640/mo. No pets. 883-9317(47  RITZ  MOTEL  Qibsons  Weekly, Dally Rates  IM-JM3  W/F In Roberts Creek. 3 bdrm.  home, private, 2 acres w* beach  aoceii. Double attached garage,  pool, F/P/wooditove, Iridge,  Dove, D/W, outstanding view. No  smokers, please. $1200 per/mo.  Avail. Immed. Leave message at  866-9799. #47  MANSE Townhome, lurnished, 6  mo. ton*, $700. Aw. Jim Munro,  866-2277. #47  1 bdrm. apt.-Qibsons-quiit suburb dose to shopping mH. $460  /mo. ClK weekends, 683-1142.  Evenings, 886-3062 or collect,  9374794. (47  ROOMS  SlOSpomwIi  pknlaii  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  816-2804  l\RS  * Residential  * Commercial  * Industrial  We hava some  f abuloua realden-  tall listings coming up for Oct. &  Nov. Call Stave  Raferencea  Required  We will       > Screen potential renters  - Do moving-ln Inspection  ��� Arrange lor maintenance  & repairs  ��� Collect the renl & damage  deposit  1 Disburse rent monies lo  owner  ��� Do movlng-oul Inspection  FOR LEASE:  Approximately 868 lo  IJW sq.ft. of fabulous  office space In lower  Gibsons area. Landlord may provide some  leasehold Improvements.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATIONI  Fabulous retail apace  Immediately adjacent to  Galiano Market, Sechelt  (Bornadette's Galleries)  Parted location for your  retail business.  Avoid all the haaslea  and problems and for  juste pittance,  CALL Ihe Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  View, 2 bdrm. condo., Jolly Roger  Inn, lurnished II desired, $700  /mo. 8 util. Cal 885-2053.   #47  3 bdrm. lurnished view house,  sauna, 5 appl, Lower Gibsons.  Close lo shopping, $1000 6 utn.  1-8464465. #47  Qibsons, large 2 bdrm. side by  side duplex. Dec. 1, $650. No  pels. CH11-921-5247.        #47  Shared accommodations, $200  /mo., Halfmoon Bay area. 885-  8877 alt. 8 p.m. #47  Davli Bay main floor ol house,  self-contained, just renoviled, 2  bdrm., wrap-a-round deck, view,  references, $650./mo. 1-986-  0459. #47  Langdale house - 2 large bdrms.  up, 11/2 bath, linished bsmt, 2  fireplaces, carport, $700. 886-  9290. (46  3 bdrm. suite Gibsons ��� dean /  bright, newly renovated, laundry,  wood / electric heat, large yard,  patio, near school, mis. required.  Lease, avail. Nov. 15, $6907mo���  8864688.  #46  VKW  2 bdrm., new, large, Lower Gibsons, 7364804. #46  2 bdrm. lurn. home, close lo  man, quiel single, $450: double,  $550. Sim hydro, no pen, 866-  8128. #46  Waterfront, Wilt Sechelt, very  private, 3 bdrm., no pelt. Avail.  Dec 1, $1100.00, 886-2615,  evenings. #46  Avail. Nov. 15, exec home on private acreage In Oower Point, 3  bed, 5 appl��., F/P, sium,  $950.00/mo., 686-9134 eves  #46  Gibsons - Large 2 bdrm., lower  floor, bright, W/D, yard, dose to  amenities, $60O/mo. 14664622.   #46  1 bdrm. collage Sandy Hook  area. $375.00 plus ulils. 665-  3962. #46  Your Pets Welcome, Tool Fur-  nilhed 3 bdrm. ground Boor apl.  mar liny, 866-7516. #47  THE  Walk to the beach from nil high  quHty bunding Hi Lower Gibeons,  (enuring cuitom fitted kitchen  ���love 6 Iridge, designer bathroom, mM-Mndi, lully carpeted,  laumky lacHty, warily ortwm,  private polios, panoramic views.  1 Bedroom Plm Ollice  $696  1 Bedroom Afwrtmenti  $610  2 Bedroom Aparlmento  km $886  Cal   647  Joly Rogerl bdrm. unit, luly fur-  ntohid. Aval. Immed. 486-1568.  3 bdrm. townhome, 1600 aq. It  plui2beths,oceenvtew,nopels,  Gfesonsina. $860.00/lm. 596-  4721018444164. #46  .* - ;��� v^...- z..:-.s\--*^.��,*,??-.'^:X~-:X".  ���   ���   ,   ..... .. ..,-..-. ....   ..^r.j.  ^^^"W^O^ftwiia^^ Coast News, November 18, 1991       23  2 bdrm. log house. 2 balh , 4  appl. Avail. Immed. $800.  per/mo 8862683. m6  1 mle north ol Sechelt, 3 bdrm., 2  ba����ooms, $700. plus electricity.  Available Dec 1st, 1 bdrm. apt.,  $425.00 plus electricity, available  Nov. tM. Phone 1-520-1480.   #48  2 lemales lor shared eccom. in  large house In Roberts Creek,  $300Vmo- Pets no problem. 886-  2W5.     #48  Roberts Creek Hal aval., dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815  TFN  STORAGE  Heated, pallatised, gov't  approved. Len Wray's Transfer  Ltd. 1862664. TFN  Cenlral Gibsons, bright clean 3  bdrm. top Iloor duplex, south  view, sundeck, FP/WD. Fur-  nished N/S, $650., avail Immed.  2774205.  IMS  2 bdrm., Upper Gibsons, Creek-  tide Crescent, sunny view, F/P,  terrice. Available Nov. lit,  $70Q||mo. 6862226. #46  Specious near new 3 bdrm., 2  1/2 bath. Kitchen with nook. Al  appl., garage. For Wo., cal 298-  SBI5- ��48  1/2 acre residential property tor  long term lease, Welcome Woods  area, near school. Suitable lor  mobile homes. 461-3795.    #46  1 bdrm. basement suile, ocean  view, Bargain Harbour. Furn. or  unfurnished, $400.00, utils.  Included. 883-2881. #46  2 self-contained suites, 1 6 2  bdrm., lireplace, woodslove, all  appliances, $500.1-9364455.#46  2 bdrm. mobile on private lol in  Madeira Park. W/D, fridge, slove  8 drapes. $450./mo. ��� utUs. 1-  230-8365 after 6:00 p.m.     #46  2 bdrm. rancher with view, 6  appl., fireplace, garage, avail.  Dec 1st, $750. * security deposit.  8868327. #46  Gibsons semi-walerlronl, view,  lovely 2 bdrm. main Iloor of  house, across marina, walking to  downtown, newly painted, gas  fJP, yard with greenhouse, $750.  /mo. ind. utils. ($725. with yard  work.) Avail, now. 1-738-3493 or  454 Gower Poinl Rd. #46  Female organist available to play  in dining lounge or for small parlies. 8854473. #46  Easy work! Excellent Payl Reading Books 6 T.V. scripts at home.  Many readers neededl Full/part-  time. 1-5044464513, exl. B305,  24 hrs. #48  Wanted: 70 overweight people to  lose 10-29 lbs. per month.  100% natural, doctor-recommended. We nay you. Serious callers  only. 1-533-5576. #46  JOB COACH  Sunshine Association for the  Handicapped is looking for an  enthusiastic person lo support Ihe  Handicapped in work placements.  $IO/hour, 20 hours/week. Flexibility and car required. Apply Service Manager, Box 1128, Gibsons, B.C., VON IVO by November 29. Call 8864004.        #48  F/T, P/T retail clerk, Gibsons,  Sechelt, must be computer literate. Apply in person with resume  lo Alias Oflice Solutions, 5511  Whirl Sl, Sechelt. #46  OFFICE ASSISTANT  Part-time clerk-typist position In  friendly Gibsons ollice. Willing lo  Iraki in Ihe accounting Md. Computer experience an asset. This  position could lead io full lime.  Send resume and salary expeded  to: Poll Oflice Box 128, Gibsons. B.C. VON IVO.        ##46  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  The Elves' Club needs help with  their annual Christmas Campaign,  Nov.22-Dec. 12,1991. Gallery  attendants needed tor a local nonprofit arts group - Iwo hr. shifts  available Wednesday thru Sunday. A Hallmoon Bay wildlife centre Is looking for a fundraiser-the  houn are flexible and as can be  gven. The Cancer Sociely it  looking lor new volunteer! to  assist with ill Iheir progrimi ���  flex** shuts avtiHOIe.       #48  Do you have any skUs or special  Interests you would Ike lo share?  Am, Crafta, Music, Computer!,  Gymnastics, Yoga, Dance???  The Hallmoon Biy Recreation  Association would Ike lo sponsor  dosses In Ihe Htfmoon Bay me.  PtonecilJoen a 865-5147 for  mora inlo. w8  SHARE YOUR  BRIGHT IDEAS,  SKILLS /WD  TALENTS WTTH  YOUR COMMUNITY  AND FRIENDS.  INQUIRE ABOUT  TEACHING A  COURSE THROUGH  CONTINUING  EDUCATION!  CALL 885-2991.  Wanted: mature, reliable person,  one or two weekends a monlh,  caring tor three young boys. Must  have own vehicle. Must be willing  to undergo RCMP criminal record  Check. Call 886-2594 (evenings).  #47  WORK 4 TRAVEL FREE  join tht  ftap a\aaaa\a\ aaaaaoJoa  nffjgvcKlfOntS,  cH  1-689-8318'689-8313  EARN MONEY reading books!  $30,000/yr. income potential.  Details, (1) 805-962-6000, Exl.  CY-306. #47  STAY HOME, EARN MONEY!  Variety ol jobs available. Earn  $400 per week. Call 24 hr.  recorded msg. lor amazing free  details. (604)1-623-2380,exl.  A74. #51  Volunteers Needed  Host Families needed j  for the cast ol Up Wilh j  People   arriving   in I  Sechelt November 5th  for Ihree days. The cast!  are students between j  the ages of 18 to 261  from all over the world,    j  Carpenter needed to  build a shelf for a day  care in Gibsons ��� Materi-  als provided.  Relief    needed    at  lunchtime (or a local I  recycling depot.  Knitters needed for t  Save the Children fund. J  Materials provided.  Thrift store can use will-  ing helpers on Thurs. j  and Fri.  FOR    THESE     AND  MORE OPPORTUNITIES, PLEASE CON- i  TACT THE  VOLUN-j  TEER ACTION CENTRE 685-5881  A Service Funded by  The Ministry of Social Ser-  vlcea and Housing  Seaview Gardens 6 Village Slore.  Apply wilhin. 146  Management couple wanted lor  local 28 unit motel. Full maintenance exp. required. 886-6283.  #47  Your career is Important!  A professionally prepared  r6sum6 will increase your  chances lor that new  position. Call:  Dherellled Oflice Services  WwrwFtot 8855212  32. Business &  Homo Services  PRISM  PAINTING  ���QUALITY WORK  ���REASONABLE  RATES  ���PRE-CHRISTMAS  SPECIAL  ���EXCELLENT  REFERENCES  866-3411  HOME MAINTENANCE  Call now; get the jobs done. 686-  9577. #46  Informal daycare, now accepting  children. 685-1949. #46  JOURNEYMAN CABINET~  MAKER  Jamil McCarthy, 886-8347.  Using hardwood, plywood 6 sold  wood only. Cabinets, linishing,  installations. Kitchens, bathrooms, etc #48  Rubbish removal, yard deanup,  pick-ups 8 deMes. 886-7041.  #46  CERAMIC THE  INSTALLATIONS  Jim Redem, 8863148       #48  One Mmi Company ceramic die  Installation, Interior palming, euro  pean quality workmanship, reasonable, call Les, eves. 685  5663. #50  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping- Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out of  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service. Fully Insured. Commercial 6  residential. Relerenoes available.  FRED 886-3526. TFN  Drapes 6 cutalns custom made,  alterations. Call Amanda after 6  pm 886-2982. #46  Joyner Home Services: vinyl siding, alum, soffits, lifetime warranty, new from 1.75 sq.lt., reno  from 2.25 sq. ft., supply 6 install.  Lenn Joyner. 8864730.      #46  Typing service available.  Manuscripts, resumes, term  papers, business letters, etc.  Reasonable rales. 885-7604. #46  SAVIY0IMTIMI4  Interested In purchasing small  business, Sechelt/Pender Harbour area. Small engine, lawn-  mower, pumps, chainsaws repair  6 sales. Reply box 365, c/o  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons,  B.C., VON IVO. #46  FUU OR PART-TIC  Couples and Individuals lor business ol your own. Local Amway  distributor assists you la splendid  opportunity. 885-7144,8869479.  #46  LOCAL  MOVING  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  Call the Moving  Specialists  For all local moving, or tor help with  moving awkward heavy items, pianos, etc.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Pendei Haibour customers  please CALL COLLECT  Custom Packing, Slorage, Local�� Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS             886-2664  GRAND OPENING  SAT. NOV. 30 IM  AODAOB  F.O.R. KJ.D.S.  Top Quality Children's  Consignment  Free Balloons,  Candies, Coffee  851 HWY. IU  Next to Andy's Restaurant  House cleaner now available,  hard working and honest. Paula,  8866593. ss  Odd jobs done. Donl delay - call  loday. 885-6405. #48  Highly Skilled computer operator,  writer, photographer, looking lor  lull time employment Computer  skills Include MS-DOS, AMIGA-  DOS, MAC. Call Dave Allen, 886-  7353. #46  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Csrpets ��� Upholstery   a^  POWERFUL TRUCK-MOUNTED /!"  EQUIPMENT  BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS  .     JUST ASK AROUND1  v.-  .������ ILU   , .      ..  iULTS   fjS/i  ID'        AW'<  886-3823  A DIVISION OF KEN DEVRIES  ISDN FIOORCOVERINOS  WINDOW CLEANING  Final construction clean-up. Janitorial and residential cleaning.  886-8680 or 885-2615.        #48  Housecleaner available. Sherry,  8867802. #48  SPARKLE UP VOUR  HOME FOR XMAS  Housecleaning, carpet cleaning,  home mgmt. Reas. rales, rels,  avail., P.H. area. 883-9351,883-  9493. ��47  SEAMSTRESS FOR HIRE ���  Alterations, mending, creations,  very reasonable prices. Please  call Elaine, 886-4983. #47  Need Painting Done? Ouality  workmanship guaranleed on any  size job. Free quotes. Nick. 885-  6340. #47  Builder wilh buck, framing homes,  garages, decks and additions.  885-0998. #47  Siding (renovations, decks), carpenter-handyman, reasonable  rates. Phone eves., 885-2013.   #47  RENT-AHAND  ANY JOB  886-4781       #46  II your house doesn't leel quite  right, donl eat chocolate, consider  calling a careful carpenter-designer, Rob Koenlg, the house doctor*. 883-2882. #48  Brill Varcoe, carpenter, foundation, decks, lences, 8 patios, 885-  7977, eves. #49  Nanny / homemaker, children,  seniors. Prolessional eiper.,  rets���$13pfhour. 8863287. #46  Light moving 6 clean-ups, 885-  4066 #46  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating-Backfing  Retaining Wats-Trending  Landscape Contraction  Drainage  Notice is hereby given that an  application will be made to the  Director ol Vital Statistics lor a  change ol name, pursuant to the  provisions ol the "Name Ad', by  TROY NICHOLAS JOE 10 TROY  NICHOLAS MAYERS.        #46  District ot 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 Dislricl ol Sechell up to  2.00 pm on Ihe 20th day ol  November, 1991.  Tenders will be opened in  public al 2:05 pm on the  20th day of November,  1991.  Documents can be obtained  from Ihe District ol Sechelt  Municipal Offices at 5545  Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.  A deposit amounting to 10%  of the total contract value is  required to accompany all  bids.  The District ol Sechelt reserves Ihe righl lo reject or  accept any offer.  Further queries may be  addressed lo Mr. Doug  Fraser, Superintendent of  Public Works at 885-1986.  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V:Hi:,,,  isoo  >ffp  "�� fe!>nn:."��� *SPCHELT   "'���' oM  <><>3raSLTr  v*k  *6  tftf ��Skfl*��i  Co,  >ast  1  Par*.  ^���ly-  '%�����    "   ne*��^o,8<**kL0fB'>c >' ���  BCYCNA  ���ami  ANDVUKON  COMlMIITV  NEWSMPcna  ASSOCIATION  231  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear In more than 100 communily newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  lor 28  $195"  83.70eachaddHlonalword  TFNs  Mother of two wi dochlldceo In  herhome. 3 yrs. and up. Roberts  Creek. 885-5032. #47  Molly Mouse Day Care spaces  available -18 monlhs to school  age. Fun-liked caring environment  with early driktiood tamed stan.  8663913. N  AUTOMOTIVE  BU8MESS OPPORTUNITIES  Engines rebuilt for Cars and  Trucka. 6 Cyl. from $995. 8  Cyl. from f 1,095.   100,000  Km warranty. Bond Mechanical 672-0641, eves. 534-  5113, toll-tree 1-800-663-  2521.  BIM.OMO SUPPLIES  DOORSI WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doora, wood windows, akyllghK. MOREI Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at (604)266-1101.  ���uwNm oprnnTi initifh  CAN BE MOVED! 10'X 52'  Fabco Trailer, C/W Tanning  Bed, 2 Showers/Washrooms.  Small Laundromat. Giftware.  Balloons. OW 33' awning,  newcloth. 35'walkway. Great  lor camp or resort Asking  $25,000. Evenings 1-867-  8825,858-7181.  Dynamic Real Estate Career  Opportunity. National Home  Owner Marketing. Be your  own boaa. Training set-up  andaupport Prime franchise  locations available. Head Oflice Kamloopa (604)374-  6669.  COLOURFUL BUSINESS.  Do you have a Hair for colour  and design? Decorating Den,  Canada's hstsst growing Interior Decorating Franchise  leexpandinginB.C. Training  provided.   Lower Mainland  525-8722, Provincial 1-600-  FAIRVIEW MOUNTAIN  GOLF CLUB la open for sub-  mlealonalor leasing ofKitcfcen  and Bar Facilities commencing March 16,1992. Mail to  Secretary, Fairview Mountain  Golf Club, Box 821, Oliver,  B.C., VOH 1T0.  665-8722.  THE               ORIGINAL  MUICEWORKS" VENDING  MACHINE. Earncashprofits  dally, vendlngfniltjulces. Old  Smith, Dsw Drop, McCains,  Sunklat, Uptons.   Investments Horn $14,895.   Inlo  Canadawlde 1-800-465-  5006.  ���U9MEM OPPORTUNITY  WANTED  Experienced Individual seeking pertnership or ownership  In Automobile Dealership,  G.M. preferred. Will look at  Foidorlmporta. Prefer Southern B.C. or Alberta. PH -  (604)378-8187.  ���JMBJHBBMMU  CASH LOANS. Unsecured  Cash Loan*. Up to $50,000.  No Collateral required. Bad  credit, No Credit, No Prob-  Isml For fast approval cal  290-9388 (24 hrs.).  Opportunity to Market/Sell  wurownMerchandise. Arts,  Crafts, kinovatlve Merchan-  dtoe weloome.   For further  Wormason please write: 221  - 3147 Douglas Streel, Veto-  rie,B.C.,VlX6E3.  CUP NEWSPAPER Items -  $5 to ISO Each! WrHe Today.  Free Details: Clippings (DcB),  ���160-1557 Wast 4th. Vsn-  oouver, aC, V6J 1M4. Can  1(504)2904054, Ext. 137, (2  minute reoonAng).  FOH SALE MSC  Non-Run Pantyhose. 21 colours. $5.98 per pair or less.  For details send sell-ed-  drsssad stamped envelope  ��Bsarson,S13C,C13,R.R.  ���5,Kstowne,B.C.,V1X4K4.  FOR SALE MISC  EQUIPMENT FOR SALE:  966C Loaders, Bucket or  Grapple, Trucks and Low-  beds, Paving Equipment,  Service Trucka, D-6 Cale,  Excavators, 410 John Deere  Backhoes, Champion 740  Grader, John Deere 670A  Grader complete with snow  wings, Watar Trucka, 966C  16 yd. Chip Bucket and several mors pieces not listed.  Call Vic Kampe, (604)493-  6791 days, (604)493-7742  evenings.  RURAL CABLE T.V. systems.  Greal programming, completely legal. Easy to Install.  Only $969. NorSat Audio  Visual. Cancom's largest  ValusVlslon dealer.  (403)434-7564 Edmonton,  (403)624-2117 Peace River.  LAUNDROMAT CLOSING -  Commercial Coin-Op Speed  Queen - Washers ��� UOOIea.  ��� Huebech Gaa Dryers, Model  37-A - $1,000/ee. - 126 gal.  Hot Water Tank - 180.0CC  BTU-$1,000-5 flavour Pop  Machlns - $1,500 - Ph.  (604)497-8727.  MAILORDER CATALOGUE,  adult novelties snd lotions.  $4 refundable with order. Gel  catalogue and place orders  toll-tree, 1-800-661-4203.  Discretion assured. Visa and  Mastercard accepted.  CARTRIDGE ANO RIBBON  RECHARGE SERVICE.  Save $50 to $150 on Laser  Printer, Copier andFax Toner  Cartridges and 50%on Printer  Ribbons. Canned Computer  Technology, Box 2547,  Femle, B.C., VOB 1MO.  (604)423-4333.  HELPWANTED  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many jobs available. Government licensed  home study certification  course. Call for details:  (604)681 -5456 or 1 -800-665-  8339.  MAKE a FORTUNE making  others happy. The ultimate  fundraising tool la creating  hundreds ol new opportunities with Incredibly high incomes. Urgently needs sales  people. 1-800-263-1900.  MERTIN PONTIAC BUICK  GM LTD. We require 2 licensed technicians, prefer  ably wilh GM experience.  Good wages, beneftts, busy  shop and a customer conscience award-winning team.  Come join ual Cal Del Kaupp  795-9104 colect.   IMMEDIATE POSITION  AVAILABLE. Shopper'sDrug  Mart, one of Canada's leading drug stores requires an  experienced Pharmacist In  Duncan, B.C. Weofferexcel-  lenl remuneration and generous company benefits. Three  years experience required.  Contact Mr. Frumento  (604)746-8118.   KAPOWH Attention advertising salesperson. Award-winning Vancouver Island weekly  wants you - II you're motivated, energetic, experienced. Contact Gerry 287-  9227 if you've got aalea  PUNCH!  ���LANKETCLASSFCD  ADS  Anadvenlsing,BestBuy,l  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown land  availability. For Information  on both write: Propertiea,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, Ontario, K2C 3J1.  In Powell River area; Brand  New 1,100 square foot  Ranch Style home. Three  bedroom, lull basement.  Gas fireplace, heal, hot water. Large private yard.  Aaklng$9S,000. Phone485-  6601 or 485-6674.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  22 yeara. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  fees available. InjuredinB.C.  only.  TRAVEL  AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND. Call the South Padllc  specialist, ANZA Travel. Vancouver/Auckland, return from  $1,069 to $1,579. Vancouver/Sydney, return trom  $1,189 to $1,699. Vancouver call: 734-7726. Toll-free  1-800-972-6928.  Experience The Wild West  Coast", Che slerman's Beach,  Tofino, B.C. Cozy, spadous,  self-contained, 21/2 bedroom -  cabin, $425 per week, ocean  view, bed 6 breakfast, specious view, lirem Mng/dkt- '  Ingarea. ComfortableertJeSc  atmosphere. Inquire about  seminar/workshop rentals  725-3475, THE BEACH RETREAT, GENERAL OEUV-  ERY, TOFINO, B.C., VOR  220. 24       Coast News, November 18, 1991  COMING  TO  strata  69'ers slated  to entertain  The 69'ers will be at the  United Church Hall in Gibsons  on Nov. 23. Tickets can bed  purchased at the door.  The group will also entertain  at the Seniors' Christmas Dinner  on Dec. 12 at the Legion in  Sechelt. Tickets are available  from Betty Calli (885-2762) and  Joan Timms (885-9247).  SYLVIA  Make the Sylvia part  of your Vancouver adventure...  Double From $58  Featuring "Sylvia's Restaurant & Bistro"  ...Overlooking Vancouver's English Bay  On the Beach at 1154 Gilford 681-9321  SPCA News  This gentle, affectionate  adult cat was brought to  the SPCA. She is two  years young and, now  that she has put on  weight, is anxious to go  to a caring home. Please  call 885-4771 to see her.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  from now 'til  Christmas  Leave your cares at home with us.  PW / Animal Care  Mail Clearing and Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Check or Live-In Service  CALL SHARON 885-2228  Cwient Ham - Waltk  lniMMtiawit  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branchaa Coaat To Coaat  Still Going Strong at  DeVRlES  Wunroom  [CONNECTION!  *&  <*  Check Our Big Bonus  Sale - Athon Colour Flyer For  Outstanding Carpet  and Lino Values  PLUS...In Store Specials Like:  New Carpet From     Vinyl From  $9.95 sq. yd.        $7.95 sq. yd.  WIN.-   A HOLIDAY BREAK-AWAY  WEEKEND (see flyer for details)  or  A $35,000.00 DREAM KITCHEN  #*** DHGDREAM   p}*  ^^Utjl- Deta.Jg      ^  In Store  CO  Special Fall Offer  2��%  Custom Draperies  Includes Designer Fabrics, Labour & Hardware  Come in soon for great choices & savings  in floor coverings & draperies  DeVRlES  Grant to  help kids  stay with  education  The School District has been  successful in obtaining a $5,500  grant from Employment and  Immigration Canada to initiate  'stay-in-school' programs (or,  to use the ministry terminology,  - 'retention stakeholder mobilization activity') at the three  local secondary schools.  Coordinator of Career Education Ken Rogers will organize  the project with the involvement  of school based teams and students.  Elphinstone Secondary has  been allocated $2,500 of the  total grant money, Chatelech  will receive $2,000 and Pender  Harbour Secondary $1,000.  Salaries  School Board Secretary  Treasurer Tim Anderson reported that if the hoped-for repeal of  Bill 82 is passed, teachers  would be able to expect retroactive payments in their Nov. 30  cheques.  Hallowe'en  Thanks to the combined  efforts of custodians, maintenance staff and high school students, one cracked window was  the total damage for Hallowe'en  night.  I,.R Wright signs copies of her new book Fall From  Grace at the Coast Book Store in Gibsons. Wright, who  won the Mystery Writers of America award for her  earlier book 'Suspect', has used the Sunshine Coast as  the setting for her best selling mysteries.    R0se Nicholson  Joint effort made for  $30,000 health grant  The School Board will join the four local government districts and  IheCoast Garibaldi Health Unit to seek a grant of up to $30,000 from  the provincial government's Healthy Communities Initiatives Fund.  If the bid is successful the money will be used for a health needs  assessment for the whole Coast.  Following the study a decision will be made on the Coast's most  pressing health needs, and a further implementation grant of $15,000  may be applied for.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  District able  to determine  enrollments  Schoool Board Secretary  Treasurer Tim Anderson told  trustees computer software  problems have been finally  overcome enabling School  Board computers to 'talk to' the  computers at the Ministry of  Education in Victoria and arrive  at a final enrollment figure of  3,443 students in this district  Anderson said this figure  puts the district in a slightly better position for funding, but this  advantage may disappear  because higher than expected  numbers of English as a Second  Language (ESL) and Special  Needs (SN) children in the Vancouver area may reduce funding  to smaller districts.  He said the uncertainty made  it difficult to plan and "the best  we can do is hedge our bets and  create contingencies."  Chairman Maureen Clayton,  noting the district has well over  the 3.6 percent provincial average of Special Needs students  commented, "We must keep  pressuring them to bring this to  their attention."  PUBUC SALE  se wc nre the only J.inomo Dealer  I Very Low Price  offered nre 1091  lese heavy duty machines will sew on nil f.ihi  iholstery. nylon, stretch, vinyl, silk, even sew  ns  model  fins  Never   Before  heen  offered  lywheie on the lower mainland  ics - Levis, canvas,  on leather  al  this  Low   Price  $238  Req S3M  SEWING & VACUUM CENTRE  ��� .*�����.*���*>.  .-^A^syA��~r>-j^��,r-^- �����-����� vcr. ~ ������-��� --- ���* - ; :;:.,-..  TttlfVMMR  .    . .     ,---.��������������� ���.���..itl|^i>9- -..r:-..-..    ^  __^������_ _   _  .-- j. ���- ,. ��� .^i���M i ��i         -**t


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