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 Legislative   BUiJding  Pari iament-   BU.ildings  VICTORIA.    B.C.  V8V   1X5 95-09'  Attehtibn:Rod  Cardin  NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1945  November 21,1994 Volume 49 Issue 47  ������������������������������������  Pender Harbour  Secondary drug  forum  brings good  community   ^  response    3  Plans scaled back  forCoast   recreation  centre        3  Parents, teachers  discuss merits  of report  card        0  changes    8  Coast News to close in New Year  by Darah Hansen  Four months shy of its 50th anniversary, the Coast News will close its doors  for business.  The announcement to close the newspaper came on Thursday, Nov. 17 ��� the  same day the paper's employees were to  start collective bargaining on their first  contract since the Coasl News was certified a union with the Communication,  Energy and Paperworkers Union (CEPU)  of Canada in October of this year.  A notice to all employees from Coast  News publisher Jeanneke Van Hattem  states the twice-weekly newspaper will  cease all operations January 30, 1995.  The decision to close came from Bob  Doull, president of WestMount Press ���  the Alberta-based newspaper chain that  has owned the Coast News since January,  1993.  Almost 60 full-time, part-time and  casual employees at jobs ranging from  graphic design, typesetting, newspaper  I  reporting and advertising sales will lose  their jobs because of the decision.  Many of the paper's employees say  it's no coincidence the decision to close  the Coasl News came alongside the collective bargaining process.  Andy Jukes, a long-time WestMount  employee and current production coordinator with the Coast News, said the closure could well be a message to staff at  WestMount's 13 other newspapers located in BC and Alberta.  Sculptor Roy Lewis with one of several of hit work* which adorn hit Roberta Creek home and art studio.  Joel Johnstone photo  Sculpting a life of beauty in the Creek  by Darah Hansen  Sculpting, says Roy C.  Lewis, is a complex process based on one simple  concept.  "The negative," he says, his  hand arcing a path in the white  dust alive in the wood-scented  air of his Roberts Creek studio.  "And the positive," the hand  now on his face ��� a thumb  securing the chin, four fingers  curled over the cheek and jaw,  grasping solidity.  "Consider all casting as positive and negative contrasting...  It's always the two," he says.  He moves past a pale clay  torso of woman laying nude,  back arched, on a worktable. He  pauses to explain.  The form is a portion, he  says, a positive, in the final creation of a voluptuous bronzed  figure entitled Sunday Morning,  recently displayed at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre in  Sechelt.  A white plaster shell laying  cracked on the ground nearby  holds inside the smooth dips and  swells of her beauty, in negative  outline.  "It's absolutely outrageous,"  Lewis says, surrounded by the  complexity of the whole sculpting process. "But it has been  going on since before the birth  of Christ."  At 72, the former University of BC arts professor  has definitely carved out  his own unique style. From the  lifesized sculpture of a seated  nude male in one corner of the  room, strong arms stretched to  the sky; to the circular, spiralling miniature abstracts scattered about in stone, wood and  bronze; to the wooden tables,  desks, legs ornately carved in  18th century style ��� Lewis  loves curves.  "They're a beautiful form,"  he says ��� lips, eyes and face  emphasizing the smooth, round  sensuality ofthe image.  A garden nude  ���another of  Lewis's  Joel Johnstone  photo  "I suppose there is a connection with the human form," he  says. "I don't like straight, linear forms...I'd be completely  stymied by that."  He pauses, "I think the  female form, and the male form,  is the ultimate form...the female  figure has grace and charm."  Then, hesitating, "I can't deny  the sexual aspect too...I like  women. I feel [they] are superior."  Lewis gives credit to his fascination with the human form to  his greatest single influence in  the arts, his father, Fred Lewis  ��� a commercial artist whose  work included portrait painting  and drawing furniture and  women's clothing.  And, as the interview drifts  later into the afternoon, Lewis  often refers to his father with  great fondness both in stories  and by pointing to art that had  once either belonged to him or  that which he'd created on his  own.  A large painting by Fred  Lewis hangs in the place of honour above the fire place of his  son's home.  In muted tones, it tells the  story of a tragic romance.  "He copied that from a picture he loved," his son says.  It was his father who had  encouraged Lewis to first  begin carving.  In the workshop, among a  host of other tools, he fishes out  a sturdy looking steel shaft with  a wooden handle. On it is the  brand name, "Millers-Falls".  It's an original from a set of  six carving tools his father  bought for him when he was a  teenager. "I've lost one," he  admits. "But I still have the  five."  Wood carving was his early  passion, he says. On the wall,  two heads carved from Ontario  white pine represent his first  attempts at the age of 10 or 12  years.  In later yeara he studied in  Australia, learning to make furniture in the antique style, from  there, expanding into all realms  of sculpture ��� clay, wood,  stone, and, ultimately, bronze  casting.  Lewis says, he learned early  on he was not destined to be a  painter like his father.  "I've tried," he says, "Some  people can do both, paint and  sculpt, but not me...I have terrible trouble with colour."  That doesn't mean he's  ignored the importance of drawing.  Quite the contrary, he says.  "I think drawing is essential  for all the arts. Perhaps even  more so for sculpture."  Drawing, he explains, sensitizes the eye to looking for  form. "Whether it's a nude or a  piece of furniture."  Lewis produces pages and  pages of life-art sketching, as  well as drawings of a portion of  a Chippendale table he's currently carving out of rare Honduras mahogany ��� a gift to his  wife.  The drawing is often the initial stage of the sculpture, he  says. Of course, the flatness of  the page makes for a strange  perception when translating the  image to three-dimensions.  "How do you envision what  is doing what?" he asks, rhetorically.  And with a smile, he speaks  again of the positive and negative process, of moving from  solid shape to hollow space.  "It can be frustrating at  times, but it's essential," Lewis  says. "I know I'm repeating  myself but that is what the  whole concept of sculpture is  based on ��� negatives and positives."  "Certainly they [the other employees]  were watching our situation with a great  deal of interest...this may well be a message to them and what will happen to  their jobs should they decide to unionize," he said.  The Coast News is the only union  paper in the chain.  But Doull denied allegations of union-  busting. "What's gone bust here is not the  union but the company," he said.  See paper closure on page 3  Coast  gets $1.6  million  for forest  renewal  by Jane Seyd  The Sunshine Coast Forest  District will get more money  from BC's Forest Renewal Program this year than any other district within the Vancouver forest  region.  More than $1.5 million from  tne program will be sunk into silviculture and rehabilitation projects in the Sunshine Coaat Forest  District by the end of this fiscal  year, the government announced  Nov. 17, including more than $1  million in funding for projects on  the lower half of the Coaat  In total $1,678,611 has been  allotted to the Sunshine Coaat,  which includes money currently  being spent in the region on projects including watershed rehabilitation at Sechelt and Dakota  creeks.  Ten silviculture projects in the  lower half of the forest district,  estimated by the government to  provide wotk for more than 100  people, are included in announcement. Projects also include work  in spacing, pruning, tree planting,  creek cleaning and road rehabilitation, and will run from one to  five months. "It's money that's  being spent right now," said FM  Hamre, operations manager for  the forest district  There's a lot of opportunity  for further silviculture work."  Silviculture operators on the  Cow said this week while the  foil impact of the funding has not  yet been felt by local businesses,  money from the Forest Renewal  program is good news.  There's a lot of things that are  coming down the pipeline," said  Rob MacNeil, owner of South-  coast Silviculture Ltd. "I'm hoping to get a piece of it"  Tony Greenfield of Whiskey-  jack Reforestation Ltd., said the  impact of the program will likely  be felt even more next year,  although bow much work particular contractors get will depend on  bidding. "There should definitely  be more work out there," said  Greenfield  The funding announced Thursday also includes $400,000 for a  first phase of rehabilitation work  for Chapman and Gray creeks  being overseen by International  Forest Products.  On Friday, Sunahine Coast  MLA Gordon Wilson praised the  funding announcement, giving  credit to both the Sunshine Coast  and Environment Minister Moe  Sihota. "The Sunshine Coast snd  Powell River generally had its act  together in its submissions (to the  Forest Renewal Plan)," he said. "I  think this is really positive."  Hamre added the Forest  Renewal money will not be used  to pay for work which forest  companies are obliged to do as  part of their licence requirements.  "That would definitely be a problem if it occurred."  In a press release, Sihota said  money for this year's projects  was to meet "...pressing needs  where Ihere was a high risk of  environmental deterioration." 20        Coast News, November 14, 1994  STOP THE CLOCK!  ��� bbb a������  FOR A LIMITED TIME  DANIEL'S INTERIORS  PUSHES PRICES  BACK TO  DURABLE ��� UNLINED  SATIN LOOK  DRAPES  *25  HARDWARE EXTRA  per  pleated  foot  CARPET  ROLL ENDS  starting at only  y^f %Q FT  PERFECT FOR THAT REC ROOM  IN-STOCK CERAMICS  CERAMICS  1/2 PRICE  SNAP UP THE  SAVINGSI  No Interest A No Payments  Until June, 1995  o.a.c  12 FOOT  VINYL  REGULAR PRICE  14.99 - 24.99 sq. yd.  ^$l^��t.ft.  (9.99 sq. yd.)  GREAT 5ELECTI0N  PICTURE PERFECT WINDOWS  SHEERS  WHITE-VOILE  $18  per  pleated  foot  HARD WEARING  LEVEL LOOP  PRICED FROM  SQFT  (5.99 sq. yd.)  ^HARDWARE EXTRA  HEAVY DUTY  CARPET  RUNhCRS  Reg. price 5.99 lin. ft.  now $599,in. ft.  Early Shoppers  Get The Best Selection  ALL IN-STOCK  CANDIDE  ad**fl1  sq.ft.  (9.99 sq. yd.)  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The announcement to close the newspaper came on Thursday, Nov. 17 ��� the  same day the paper's employees were to  start collective bargaining on their first  contract since the Coast News was certified a union with the Communication,  Energy and Paperworkers Union (CEPU)  of Canada in October of this year.  A notice to all employees from Coasl  News publisher Jeanneke Van Hattem  states the twice-weekly newspaper will  cease all operations January 30, 1995.  The decision to close came from Bob  Doull, president of WestMount Press ���  the Alberta-based newspaper chain that  has owned the Coast News since January,  1993.  Almost 60 full-time, part-time and  casual employees at jobs ranging from  graphic design, typesetting, newspaper  reporting and advertising sales will lose  their jobs because of the decision.  Many of the paper's employees say  it's no coincidence the decision to close  the Coasl News came alongside the collective bargaining process.  Andy Jukes, a long-time WestMount  employee and current production coordinator with the Coast News, said the closure could well be a message to staff at  WestMount's 13 other newspapers located in BC and Alberta.  Sculptor Roy Lewis with one of several of his works which adorn his Roberts Creek home and art studio.  Joel Johnstone photo  Sculpting a life of beauty in the Creek  by Darah Hansen  Sculpting, says Roy C.  Lewis, is a complex process based on one simple  concept.  "The negative," he says, his  hand arcing a path in the white  dust alive in the wood-scented  air of his Roberts Creek studio.  "And the positive," the hand  now on bis face ��� a thumb  securing the chin, four fingers  curled over the cheek and jaw,  grasping solidity.  "Consider all casting as positive and negative contrasting...  It's always the two," he says.  He moves past a pale clay  torso of woman laying nude,  back arched, on a worktable. He  pauses to explain.  The form is a portion, he  says, a positive, in the final creation of a voluptuous bronzed  figure entitled Sunday Morning,  recently displayed at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre in  Sechelt.  A white plaster shell laying  cracked on the ground nearby  holds inside the smooth dips and  swells of her beauty, in negative  outline.  "It's absolutely outrageous,"  Lewis says, surrounded by the  complexity of the whole sculpting process. "But it has been  going on since before the birth  of Christ."  At 72, the former University of BC arts professor  has definitely carved out  his own unique style. From the  lifesized sculpture of a seated  nude male in one corner of the  room, strong arms stretched to  the sky; to the circular, spiralling miniature abstracts scattered about in stone, wood and  bronze; to the wooden tables,  desks, legs ornately carved in  18th century style ��� Lewis  loves curves.  "They're a beautiful form,"  he says ��� lips, eyes and face  emphasizing the smooth, round  sensuality ofthe image.  ��� another of  Lewis's  sculpted works.  Joel Johnstone  photo  "I suppose there is a connection with the human form," he  ssys. "I don't like straight, linear forms...I'd be completely  stymied by that."  He pauses, "I think the  female form, and the male form,  is the ultimate form...the female  figure has grace and charm."  Then, hesitating, "I can't deny  the sexual aspect too...l like  women. I feel [Ihey] are superior."  Lewis gives credit to his fascination with the human form to  his greatest single influence in  the arts, his father, Fred Lewis  ��� a commercial artist whose  work included portrait painting  and drawing furniture and  women's clothing.  And, as the interview drifts  later into the afternoon, Lewis  often refers to his father with  great fondness both in stories  and by pointing to art that had  once either belonged to him or  that which he'd created on his  own.  A large painting by Fred  Lewis hangs in the place of honour above the fire place of his  son's home.  In muted tones, it tells the  story of a tragic romance.  "He copied that from a picture he loved," his son says.  It was his father who had  encouraged Lewis to first  begin carving.  In the workshop, among a  host of other tools, he fishes out  a sturdy looking steel shaft with  a wooden handle. On it is the  brand name, "Millers-Falls".  It's an original from a set of  six carving tools his father  bought for him when he was a  teenager. "I've lost one," he  admits. "But I still have the  five."  Wood carving was his early  passion, he says. On the wall,  two heads carved from Ontario  white pine represent his first  attempts at the age of 10 or 12  yean.  In later years he studied in  Australia, learning to make furniture in the antique style, from  tliere, expanding into all realms  of sculpture ��� clay, wood,  stone, and, ultimately, bronze  casting.  Lewis says, he learned early  on he was not destined to be a  painter like his father.  "I've tried," he says, "Some  people can do both, paint and  sculpt, but not me...I have terrible trouble with colour."  That doesn't mean he's  ignored the importance of drawing.  Quite the contrary, he says.  "I think drawing is essential  for all the arts. Perhaps even  more so for sculpture."  Drawing, he explains, sensitizes the eye to looking for  form. "Whether it's a nude or a  piece of furniture."  Lewis produces pages and  pages of life-art sketching, ss  well as drawings of s portion of  a Chippendale table he's currently carving out of rare Honduras mahogany ��� a gift to his  wife.  The drawing is often the initial stage of the sculpture, he  says. Of course, the flatness of  the page makes for a strange  perception when translating the  image to three-dimensions.  "How do you envision what  is doing what?" he asks, rhetorically.  And with a smile, he speaks  again of the positive and negative process, of moving from  solid shape to hollow space.  "It can be frustrating at  times, but it's essential," Lewis  says. "1 know I'm repeating  myself but that is what the  whole concept of sculpture is  based on ��� negatives and positives."  "Certainly they [the other employees]  were watching our situation with a great  deal of interest...this may well be a message to them and what will happen to  their jobs should they decide to unionize," he said.  The Coast News is the only union  paper in the chain.  But Doull denied allegations of union-  busting. "What's gone bust here is not the  union but the company," he said.  See paper closure on page 3  Coast  gets $1.6  million  for forest  renewal  by Jane Seyd  The Sunshine Coast Foreat  District will get more money  from BC's Forest Renewal Program this year than any other district within the Vancouver forest  region.  More than $1.5 million from  the program will be sunk into silviculture and rehabilitation projects in the Sunshine Coast Forest  District by the end of this fiscal  year, the government announced  Nov. 17, including moie than $1  million in funding for projects on  the lower half of the Coast  In total $1,678,611 his been  allotted to the Sunahine Coaat,  which includes money currently  being spent in the region on projects including watershed rehabilitation at Sechelt and Dakota  creeks.  Ten silviculture projects in the  lower half of the forest district,  estimated by the government to  provide work for man than 100  people, are included in announcement. Projects also include woik  in spacing, pruning, tree planting,  creek cleaning and road rehabilitation, and will run from one to  five months. "It's money that's  being spent right now," said FW  Hamre, operations manager for  the forest district.  There's a lot of opportunity  for further silviculture wok."  Silviculture operators on the  Cosst said this week white the  full impact of the funding has not  yet been felt by local businesses,  money from the Forest Renewal  program is good news.  "There's a lot of things that are  coming down the pipeline," said  Rob MacNeil, owner of South-  coast Silviculture Ltd. "I'm hoping to get a piece of it"  Tony Greenfield of Whiskey-  jack Reforestation Ltd., said the  impact of the program will likely  be felt even more next year,  although how much woik particular contractors get will depend on  bidding. "There should definitely  be more work out there," said  Greenfield.  The funding announced Thursday also includes $400,000 for a  first phase of rehabilitation work  for Chapman and Gray creeks  being overseen by International  Forest Products.  On Friday, Sunshine Coasl  MLA Gordon Wilson praised the  funding announcement, giving  credit to both the Sunshine Coast  and Environment Minister Moe  Sihota. "The Sunshine Coast and  Powell River generally had its act  together in its submissions (to the  Forest Renewal Plan)," he said. "I  think this is really positive."  Hamre added the Forest  Renewal money will not be used  to pay for work which forest  companies are obliged to do as  part of their licence requirements.  "That would definitely be a problem if it occurred."  In a press release, Sihota said  money for this yesr's projects  was to meet "...pressing needs  where there was a high risk of  environmental deterioration."  MM  ���Ma J  Coast News, November 21, 1994  news  FREE  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  1 hour photos  5x7 prints 994  Buy  Trade-Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  113-5710 Teredo Streel Sechelt 885-2882  Tlie neighbourhood in Wilson  Creek ain't what it used to be.  From an old log booming  ground and general industrial      area to a burgeoning community  Jf JjVf Clfc  TnlS NmTwSPJksPmK   planned condominium developments, the character of the area is  Two temporary DFO officers on Coast  by Mike O'Keeffe  Following public outcry about the lack of  fisheries enforcement on the Sunshine Coast,  the Department of Fisheries and Oceans has  assigned two "energetic" young recruits to its  Pender Harbour office.  Adrian Sturch and Neil Jensen will be stationed on the Coast al least until the end of the  department's fiscal year on March 31, said  Lyle Freeman, field supervisor for the Georgia Strait.  "Their salaries have been allocated until  that time, but I don't know what will happen  after that," he said. "I'm crossing my fingers  that funding will be renewed for the fiscal  year of 1995."  Neither Sturch or Jensen could be reached  for an interview at press time.  Freeman would not say what prompted the  department to restaff the office, which has  been unmanned since former officer Ross  Squire resigned in September. Since leaving,  Squire has criticized the department's management of local fish stocks.  Although the new officers are "energetic  and highly motivated," Freeman said they do  not match Squire's experience and knowledge  of the territory. Squire had IS years of law-  enforcement experience, he said, noting that  his replacements have only recently completed training in Regina. "I think the community  will be more than satisfied with the efforts  they will put in," he said.  Freeman said the new recruits will patrol  the Coast from Gibsons Landing to Desolation Sound. Their main focus will be on  salmon poaching and patrolling contaminated  shell-fish areas, but they have also been  assigned habitat-protection duties, he said.  The department has received "numerous  reports" of streams being damaged by digging  equipment in recent months, said Freeman,  adding it is time to "clamp down on unlawful  habitat damage."  The staff at the Pender Harbour office is  now close to what it was in 1989, when it had  two full-time officers and one guardian, said  Freeman. Sturch had been assigned to Pender  Harbour since July, but Freeman said he had  spent most of his time on Vancouver Island.  As of Nov. 1, he was assigned exclusively  to the Coast and will be called away only in  emergencies, he said. Jensen was transferred  from Salmon Arm.  Wilson Creek rezoning moves step closer  changing rapidly, says Sechelt's  planner Rob Buchan.  That change got a further  boost Nov. 16 as Sechelt Council  gave second reading to a rezoning which would change several  properties in the area of Highway  101 and Field Road from indus  trial to commercial and multi-  family designations.  Currently, the industrial zoning on the land allows a wide  range of uses from warehousing  to running used car lots, machine  and repair shops, wood processing and funeral parlours. But  given the current and future residential development in the area,  that's no longer appropriate, said  Buchan.  A public hearing on the topic  held earlier this year was  "uneventful" he said on Wednesday.  RCMP say Sechelt pipe bombs  could have terrorist connection  by Keith Thirkell  A group of Sechelt Elementary school students  may have come close to blowing themselves and  their school to smithereens.  Sechelt RCMP say they have recovered more  than 200 blasting caps from the  school snd grounds of West Sechelt  Elementary.  Staff Sgt. Cam Reid of the  Sechelt detachment said, "We found  kids with their pockets literally  stuffed with blasting caps.  "Even one of those caps could  blow a kid's hand off. None of them  realized the seriousness of the material."  The police were alerted to the presence of the  caps when pipe bombs were found in the Sechelt  area. "Some of the crude devices had been detonated," Reid said.  He said the bombs were made from gun powder  extracted from fireworks bought over the counter on  Hallowe'en.  The gun powder was detonated with the blasting  J  .   . unl . -'������  .  ������  'It's an absolute  miracle no one  washtUed'  -Staff Sgt. Cam Reid  caps and nails were taped to the outside of the  bombs similar to anti-personnel bombs used by the  Viet Cong. "One of the kid's parents came into our  office with a computer disc," Reid said. "When we  printed it out the information on it there were 70       pages of material on every aspect of  explosives and bomb manufacture.  "We believe the disc was downloaded from an underworld bulletin  board which may have been set up by  terrorist elements."  Reid said the kids, aged 13 to IS,  stole several boxes of blasting caps  from an explosive storage area at the  Tri-Sil mine site just north of Sechelt.  He added, however, that no high explosive  seemed to have been stolen.  "At least we hope not. We may conduct an  investigation into Tri-Sil's storage and security systems under the Explosives Act because their record  keeping was minimal," Reid said.  "It's an absolute miracle no one was killed. Parents sre shocked, but relieved no one's dead so far.*"  ...,.,     . .' .,  .uO ,<;JUIIi  Rodent virus 'no cause forpanic-  A rare rodent-associated  virus, called Hantavirus, contracted by three people in BCs  interior this summer has at least  one family of Keats Island cottagers worried.  One person died and two others recovered from the virus in  the Cariboo and South Okanagan after breathing in germs  from saliva, urine and feces of  infected mice. Two other cases  RE-CHRISTMAS SAVINGS  MEN  tt  Save 30%  Canadian Made by MWG  100% Cotton  Sport Shirts  Sale*34^ Reg. $49.50  <#  LADIES ���  Save 25%  All Asian Creations and  Zizi Fashions  Sale from ��25*" Reg. from $34  e25%  Poly/Wool washable  DrCSS Slacks, assorted  colours & styles, Made In Canada  $4500        $60.00  Saclrom  <ft  Save 30%  Jeans by Tab! & Seasons  **"WJ ftOT $35.00  Assorted  Belts & Ties  $10����  Save 30%  Selected Sweaters,  Vests, Crewnecks, & Cardigans  S5lefran'3l "1K3 iw U5.00  occurred in Alberta and 91 cases  have been confirmed in the  United States.  As the disease progesses,  fluid builds up in the lungs,  making it harder to breathe,  according to a news release  issued by the Ministry of  Health. The ministry is advising  physicians of the virus and its  flu-like symptoms.  The ministry reported the  fatality rate in the US is about  S3 per cent. However, Coast  public health officer Paul Martiquet said locals needn't be too  concerned.  "It's good to take precautionary measures if you are cleaning  out your cabin but I don't think  the risk of exposure is high  enough here to warrant any  panic on the Coast," he said.  Shirley Fraser is taking precautionary measures anyway by  sealing up a roof and plugging  "mice" holes in her family's log  house on Keats Island. A  "mouse box" was also established, complete with surgical  gloves and mask, so family  members checking mouse traps  would be protected from the  virus.  "We're quite concerned  because there's small children  around and they touch everything....There hasn't been that  many cases in BC but I wish  they would determine pretty  quickly if they're here or not,"  she said.  Government officials will  likely come do tests on coastal  mice sometime next year, Martiquet said, adding anyone with  mice problems should pick up  an information pamphlet from  one of the health units on how to  "rodent-proof a house.  Save 25%  Wool A Wool  Blazers  SatefrOT *9QQQ��q ta- ��120.00  MANY MORE IN-STORE  SPECIALS  SUNSHINE COAST SHEEPSKIN  SUPPERS AVAILABLE HERE  Save 20%  Dress Slacks by Seasons!  Sale from **W # ���" Hq. trom $58.  Sale ends December 3rd  Ask about our convenient lay-away plan  theilandtfuj Clothing (-  TOWN HALL MEETING  WITH GORDON WILSON, MLA  SECHELT SENIORS'HALL  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22 AT 7:00 p.m.  TOPIC: TRANSPORTATION  with representatives fr<~m:  ��� BC Ferries      ��� Dept. or Highways  ���BC Transit       ��� S.C.R.D.  BRING YOUR FRIENDS, NEIGHBOURS, QUESTIONS & CONCERNS!   For information, call 885-0610  Read the fine print  Coast News Classifieds  885-3950 or 886-2622. Coast News, November 21,1994  news  Coast rec centre plans scaled back  by Darah Hansen  The Sechelt Indian Band has downscaled  a proposal for a multi-use recreational complex on the Sunshine Coast.  In an interview Thursday, Nov. 17,  Sechelt chief Garry Feschuk said the decision to reduce the plans for a Coast recreation complex came after rumours the initial  proposal was "too rich" to receive limited  government funding.  The band had been asking the government for $12 million ��� two-thirds of the  cost of the proposed complex.  The money was to come from a federally  and provincially funded Infrastructure  Works Program.  The $18 million complex had received  support from both the District of Sechelt and  the Sunshine Coast Regional District as well  as support-in-principle from the town of  Gibsons.  Their new request, which Feschuk said  will be filed on Monday, Nov. 21, is for  approximately $4 million with which the  band intends to build a gymnasium and  swimming pool to be located on band lands  behind St. Mary's Hospital in Sechelt.  Linder the original proposal, plans included the pool and gymnasium as well as ice  hockey rinks, soccer fields, racketball and  squash courts, a senior's centre and youth  centre.  Feschuk said the band "heard through the  grape vine" the proposal was just too expensive for a small community to receive funding ��� absorbing as much as 20 per cent of  the money available for community projects  under the infrastructure program.  He said the new facility will be solely a  Sechelt band project but would be open to  all residents of the Coast.  Feschuk said it would be "nice" to  receive local government support for the  new proposal but added, it was not necessary.  Pender forum identifies drug problems  ELVES CLUB  Box 1107 ��� Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  APPLICATION FORM FOR CHRISTMAS HAMPER  ���Please rsturn In person by Dscsmbsr 7th, 1994  vis msll, in person, or csll 886-7743  (PImm print)  Nsms:   Mailing Address.  Street Addrsss _  Telephone   Number of sduKs: Male: Fsmsls:.  Numbsr of boys: (0-12 years) Agss:   Number of girls: (0-12) yssrs) Agss:   Numbsr of tssnsgsrs  (Specify numbsr of teens/sex/ages):   Directions to your horns: (Plesss Print):   rPleimJtalti Himpti'Rtclple ���'  hours of 10:00 ��m and 3:00 t  day tha hampara will ba delfv  tha hampar. In tha (  DESTROYED tham.  tha past hamp'  ire askad to hava aomaona homa batwaan tha  Si: ,day, Dacambar 17th, 1M4 as this la tha  an    .e would Ilka aomaona homa to raealva  naii. baan left and anlmala and waathar hava  by Roxanne Gregory  Is drug and alcohol abuse a  problem in Pender Harbour? The  answer was an overwhelming  'Yes', according panel members  who attended a drug and alcohol  awareness forum at Pender Harbour Senior Secondary last  Wednesday.  The brainchild of Marie Bisson-Montpetit, director of the  Pender Harbour Aquatic Centre,  Wednesday's panel was an initiative arising from the Injury  Prevention Coalition workshop  held earlier this year.  The panel represented the  voices of the medical profession,  law enforcement, and included  concerned students and recovering addicts from Narcotics  Anonymous.  Lome Lewis, the recently  bereaved father of Jeff Lewis,  was also on hand to give students  insights into the devastating consequences of drug use.  Staff Sergeant Cam Reid of  the RCMP Sechelt detachment,  said that most murders and more  than fifty per cent of all motor  vehicle accidents were drug or  alcohol related.  The universality of substance  abuse was reflected in a comment by a member of Narcotics  Anonymous, who said, "All  kinds of people from all walks of  life walk into Narcotics Anony- ,  mous. Our fellowship on the  Panel members for Pender Harbour Secondary School's drug forum Wednesday, Sechelt RCMP  Sargeant Cam Reid and parents of Jeff Lewis, Lome and Anne Lewis. Roxanne Gregory photo  coast is small, but it's growing."  Dr. John Farrer indicated that  25 per cent of all hospital beds  were occupied by persons suffering from drug and alcohol related  illnesses, and that costs to the  community and society were  incalculable.  The panelists were divided in  , their assefsmentt<,of,M !ffW��?t; i  peer pressure has on young peo  ple to use drugs or alcohol.  Breakaway counsellor Charlotte  Mallory said, "Peer pressure may  be part of it but people use drugs  as a coping mechanism for a lack  of self esteem. If there is a tolerance to drug use in the family,  kids are more likely to use them.  We teach best by our living  ���fflWRfil*"    v    intaMtj  Principal Dave Witt, who  Kk   "T  facilitated the forum, said he  thought the discussions were  worthwhile.  In consultation with the  RCMP and the PHSS Parents  Advisory Committee, Witt is  developing plans which include  sn upcoming demonstration with  the RCMP's 'sniffer' dog. "We  mean business, we want to keep  a j the drugs out of the school."  ?nthoducin4...  ^L^=Msi=  Flight Training A Charters  Private Pilot Ground School  Nov. 22nd  Tues. & Thurs. evenings  7:00 p.m.- 10:00 p.m.  License Endotsement Training Available in:  ��� Night Rating ��� Commercial Pilot  ��� IFR (Instrument) rating  Call for details SS^-SaZ^"*^  ���Transport Canada Certified'  Palter closure a matter crf^ecoHorific *  necessity, says WestMount president  **#    m-y'  from page 1  The closure was s nutter of economic necessity,  Doull said, adding the company lost approximately  $158,000 this year.  Doull blamed the Coast's competitive newspaper market, the high cost of newspaper distribution  snd lack of circulation revenue for the losses.  "The combination of Ihose three factors pul the  paper more or less inlo sn impossible situation."  At the meeting in which employees were  informed of the newspaper's closure, WestMount  vice-president Keilh Bennett ssid part of Ihe  $158,000 loss was money paid out in settlements  to staff members who were fired in a conflict  involving an editorial earlier this year.  Doull said he did not consider putting the Coast  News up for sale because "nobody is going to buy  a business in [this] condition."  Doull said he could not estimate the loss West-  Mount will take because of the closure until next  spring when all the figures are available.  Because of the union's successor status, Doull  can not open another paper in Ihe area without rehiring his former staff.  Meanwhile, newspaper staff members sre planning to start up an independent paper.  Speaking on behalf of employees, staff photographer Joel Johnstone ssid this is probably Ihe  "first and only opportunity this community is  going to have again for a long time to have a community-based, shareholder owned and operated  newspaper.  "If that option is not seized now then one can  expect more single ownership or chain service,"  Johnstone said.  "What we have here is a talent pool that can be  used to Isunch just that if Ibe community at large is  willing to take advantage of that."  ME    .***** V M .  eat*>mm*Am**tmmmmm*  ;V Pebbles from the Pa&t  ���7*  3>  t  The LePages Glue Factory circa 1950(?)  The glue factory as pictured here was a long-time landmark In the harbour  of Gibsons Landing. Built before 1900 by a member of the LePages Glue Co.  family to utilize the many dogfish caught locally for their liver oil. the building  was nol used for glue production for long. There are several unconfirmed  stories as to why the factory ceased production, none of which Involves a  lack of dogfish. Whaiever the reason, the factory had been sitting idle for  several years when the property was purchased by Mr. J.J. corlett in 1919. In  1919 the Corletts converted the building into ihree suites, one on each level.  Although still referred to as "the glue factory." the building remained as  apartments until the early 1970. By the the mid-70s. a subsequent owner had  the property cleared of structures for re-development and the factory was  destroyed by a volunteer fire department practise burn. The Town of Gibsons  acquired the property In 1988 as part of a waterfront park development.  Milts-  j*W'    REAITVLTP  Vou, local m*el talata Company   gtsttoeia Qui,  Boi IM, Qowar Point Road. Olbaona, S.C. V0N1V0  Whitfield Makes Sense!!  Pellet Stoves & Fireplace Inserts  Weather got you down? Here's a hot idea.  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The Sechelt Indian Government District, the government body responsible for initiating the $18 million proposal, has vowed to continue, however.  Band councillors have reduced the size of the proposed  Sunshine Coast recreational complex to $4 million and  hope this amount will be acceptable.  We support their new bid. The band says the entire  Coast will be welcome to use the complex, but they will  go it alone as far as the building of the facility is concerned.  And this is too bad.  Their initial proposal, though large, was one of the few  things all four governments found consensus on in a very  short period of time.  And an incredibly large portion of the population also  responded favorably.  Still, it's good to think something will yet be done  about the rec centre.  It was also good to see, however briefly, that our government-heavy Coast can pull together in a pinch and  work for the common good.  Renewal money  necessary and  appreciated  It's good to see the government is willing to sink a little money into the renewal of Coast forests.  The amount, just over $1.6 million, is a goodly sum to  be sure and it certainly is necessary.  Wouldn't it be a decent thing, however, if they were to  spend smaller portions throughout the year on things like  enforcement or on the continuation of programs rather  than dumping large amounts of cash at joy given time?  Again, the money is needed and appreciated, but a little  foresight and planning might save the public a few taxpayer dollars.  Council makes  movement on  School Road hill  On page 20, under Gibsons council notes, we find that  council is making noises about the danger of the intersection at the bottom of School Road hill.  Well done gentlemen. A little slow on the uptake perhaps but it's never too late.  It's going to take a lot of work to get the government to  do anything about it, however ��� as evidenced by Rat  Portage hill or the Gibsons bypass. But it is an incredibly  dangerous intersection and improving it is worth the  effort.  Good luck.  "^V��If 1/%   ��� w*e *��� i'I  letters  Shut it down?  Close down the Coast News  you say? Impossible. This paper  is too important to Ihe communities of the Sunshine Coast to  close it down just like that.  This community should nol  lose what SO years of publishing  the Coast News has meant to the  people who live here. Many of  them are going to be very upset  by the effects this corporate  decision is going to have on our  community. I'm one of them.  There is too much going on to  lose this important set of eyes  and ears now.  There has got to be something that can be done to stop  this.    _.,..    ..     .t     .    . . j  Can the corporate owners and'  thi paper's managers and  employees work out this profitability problem, or union problem, or whatever other problems  Ihere are? Would the corporate  owners consider selling the  name and assets to s local  investment group that could help  the employees regroup snd carry  on? Or will it just have to that a  new newspaper gets started? The  Ghost News'!  BRAD BENSON  Gibsons  Library rebuttal  Mike Welsh and Nancy  MacLarty have suggested the  Sunshine Coast set up a regional  library system similar to one in  the Okanagan.  Perhsps Mike in psrticular  should look st the differences  between this extended community and the Okanagan.  The Okanagan has been a  long-settled area interlaced with  a good highway system suitable  for bookmobiles and regionalism.  He says he has lived on the  Coast for 12 years. Maybe he  should do a little research (I'm  sure his local libraries could  help him.) In 1972 a committee  on the Sunshine Coasl attempted  to have recreational facilities for  the entire Coasl set up in what is  now Cliff Gilker Park.  These fscilities would have  included a swimming pool, skating and curling rinks, arenas and  more. II failed because it included Pender Harbour (Area A)  whose residents snd Coast summer ipmfcrty owners, who then  had property voting rights,  voted overwhelmingly againsl it  because of the distance  involved.  When Elphinstone Secondary  burned down in 197'' iere was  a strong element, led by the  committee, to rebuild the school  at Cliff Gilker Park and it would  have included the facilities mentioned above.  The idea of the school being  rebuilt in the park was vetoed by  the school board because not  enough of the school burned  down and the board deemed it  would be wasteful financially to  build in a new location.  The committee held another  vote for the Cliff Gilker site for  similar recreational facilities  and again it narrowly failed  because Pender Harbour (and  summer residents) voted against  it. It is because of that lhat we  have Ihe wholly inadequate  recreational facilities today.  All this is to indicate to Mike  and Nancy lhat regionalism does  ' not work on the Coast because  ofthe vast distances involved.  Following the failures of the  two referenda (1972 and 1974)  another element worked together to set up a library system  allowing the public to use the  school library system.  \e '  t��rt��lltii   pt|t|��  %\..            .        .  WW  m  ��� TJ  f  This proposal didn't get very  far. The bookmobile system was  operated on the Coast up to the  early 1970s but was closed by  Victoria for economical reasons.  Gibsons and District Public  Library Association put a referendum to the public last year for  a new library building. Eighty  per cent of the eligible voters  approved it.  But due to circumstances  beyond the scope of the library  association board of trustees, the  vote was cancelled and another  had to be held.  Again a similar approval was  received. Are not two strong  votes approving the new facility  enough for you, Mike? The people have spoken. Twice.' bio  Doctor. Tomorrqwi .Frank  Ogden to the contrary, books  and libraries will be around for  many years.  It will be some time before  every household is computer  networked and able to access  any publication and even then,  there will be nothing like holding a leather-bound book in  your hands.  As for architecturally  designed facilities, would Mike  have it any other way? That's  the problem with the presenl  facilities on the Coast.  Like Topsy, they "just  growed" and any vacant building was used to house the books  and staff. Now is the time to  take advantage of inadequate  library systems and to have  functionally designed buildings.  I.B.B. MORROW, Chairman  Gibsons and District  Public Library Association  g papers and the reality ofthe bottom line...  The end has come, as they say. WestMount  Press has informed the Coasl News staff their  "product" is no longer viable in the  community...The Coasl News as a business has  apparently splashed smack into the bottom line.  Well, that may very well be the case. The matter  however, which has not been addressed, or at least  not in any depth, is the management of the "product."  What the staff at the Coasl News has dealt with  over the two years of WestMount management is a  series of publishers parachuted in from other areas  ... publishers dedicated (some might say blindly) to  WestMount but without any real knowledge of Ihe  Coast. And the staff has also dealt with a corresponding number of failed promises.  The challenge from the staff point of view was  io deal with these constantly changing circumstances and remain focused on the region while  putting out the best paper possible. I think we  accomplished lhat.  More to the point, however, when discussing the  demise of the Coasl News, is Ihe reality of what it  will mean for the area ��� what the WestMount  executives are killing here is not simply 60 full-  time, partime and casual jobs and a "product."  cane raised  They are killing the Coast's history and Ihe area's  only paper of record. And Ihey are killing one of  the best papers in Western Canada less than four  monlhs from its 50th anniversary.  It hasn't, as we acknowledge, been a controversy-free SO years. Over that span we at the paper  have been accused of any number of things, from  ignoring issues to expressing gross bias.  With these points taken for what they are worth,  however, what we have strived to do, al least in the  four years my association wilh Ihe paper allows me  to speak for, is to bring issues to light which needed to be aired and to ensure the division between  advertising and editorial remained firm and  clear...It was never viewed as Ihe editorial depart-  stuart burnside  meal's responsibility lo woo advertisers.  We have for some time filled two newspapers  on a weekly basis and have done more to cover the  entire Coasl than any paper in existence or any  paper lhat has ever existed on Ihe Coast. We've  sought to report on the news���good snd bad��� as  fairly as possible. We've tried not to capitalize on  human tragedy more than was necessary lo convey  the importance of a slory. And we've focused on  bringing lo our readers an understanding of their  neighbours through in-depth features. All complemented with some of the best newspaper photography in Canada.  Along the way we have taken some unpopular  stances and we've paid Ihe price bolh in advertis  ing revenue and public opinion. But the willingness  to make those stands, along with qualily and depth  of news coverage, is whal makes for a good community newspaper.  For its part, and despite ils pretense at being a  community-minded chain, WestMount is merely an  entity which buys and sells people and "products."  The staff of Ihe Coast News never viewed  themselves as part of a "product." They were producing a newspaper: one that won awards, conveyed a sense of community, and was deserving of  respect, even by those who disagreed with given  editorial stances.  I think many of Ihe people living here do not  appreciate whal they have in the Coast News.  And it may only be in hindsight lhat we are  appreciated. Still, for the next couple of months we  will continue lo produce the same quality newspaper we always have.  So, take some time over the next few issues to  look at the paper for what it really is ��� not just as  fluff filler written to fill Ihe space between the ads,  bul as a voice for the community and a window to  its soul.  This is what the staff believes is true of the  paper and this has always been our bottom line.  COAST^NEWS  Subscription *al��� for  tht (nasi Nesti or Iht rrttAtlttltr:  I'tetatU: I year ��� J35 t J2.45 CST - $37.45  6 monlhs ��� ��20 ��� S1.40 GST " $21.40  rortift: 1 vrar ��� SMIINoCST)  Reg. No. 4702  the Sunshine Coast News is published on  the Sunshine Coast. B.C. eetty Monday by  Glassfoetl fress ltd.  Cibsons Office ��� S17 Crttk* Lent  Bo< 460, Cibsons, B.C.. VON IVO  (6041 886 2622.1 J< (604) 8867725  Secheh Offer* ��� S77I Coterie SI.  Bo< 68, Sechelt. 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Take as an example, the  recent Reform convention - an  astonishing display of arrogance  and intolerance. Do Canadians  really want to cancel the Charter  of Rights? Wipe out the organization that helps keep this country together - the CBC? Abandon collective concern for the  helpless, returning to a 19th century system of "charity" with its  hypocrisy and condescension,  and power over the poor? Do we  want to share the scoffing insolence and breathtaking ignorance  of a Myron Thomson on sexual  orientation? The depressing list  R. ONE HOUR DRYCLEANERS LTD.  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If they  get into power, the results will be  disastrous. They will widen even  further the gaps appearing so  alarmingly in our society; they  will produce a meaner, crueller,  Canada. They will take us back  100 years. They ought to be  called the Deform Party.  In the meantime, they should  consider themselves lucky that  they are treated so kindly by a  press which, after all, is owned  by people who, in more cases,  share their ideology, and which  is run by editors whose real concern is not to offer outspoken  political analysis but to fill the  spaces between advertisements.  PETER MILLARD  Gibsons  Tobin fails to  impress  Fisheries Minister, Brian  Tobin is prepared to slash West  Coast fishing quotas regardless  of the economic impact. With  tough talk Tobin purports to be a  renewed champion of fish conservation.  Are we supposed to be  impressed by a minister for  claiming to do the job he was  assigned in the first place?  Clearly the west coast fishery  suffered a serious setback when  salmon runs failed to meet DFO  expectations this summer. But  despite wide-spread public opinion we are not yet in an east  coast situation.  The salmon runs, while far  below expectations, are not at a  point where the runs cannot be  rebuilt. Our salmon, herring,  groundfish, halibut and shellfish  stocks are all in reasonably good  shape. Yet Tobin's announcements seem to infer that there is  a crisis in the west coast fishery  due to overfishing.  We are not afraid to accept  our responsibility for stewardship of the resource but the crisis  cannot be attributed solely to  commercial fishermen's folly or  greed.  There was not a single fish  caught by the commercial fishing  fleet that was not sanctioned by  DFO management decree. We  did nol sel the total allowable  harvest rates. Nor did we predict,  analyze or assess run sizes.  There are supposed to be loo  many boats chasing too few fish,  yet it was DFO policy that created the current fleet size. Warm  water has been cited as a possible cause but it was not commercial fishermen who allowed  Alcan to destroy the Nechako  River and hundreds of other  smaller streams.  It was not our idea lo create a  costly and unenforceable second  commercial fishery exclusively  for aboriginal people. For years  we have demanded that action be  taken to stop US interceptions,  industrial pollution, municipal  sewage and the loss of our estu-  arial marshlands to urban sprawl.  Now we are in a crisis and the  DFO is looking for a convenient  scapegoat.  Despite Tobin's sanctimonious pronouncements we in the  industry already know that conservation and sacrifice will be  necessary on our part. In fact it  was years of sacrificed fisheries  over the years that have rebuilt  our runs to recent historic levels.  We have been through this  before. The sad part is that this  alone will not be enough. But  without a total DFO commitment  to one resource the job cannot be  done. But where is the DFO  commitment to stop the Alcan  expansion projeci?  Whal about the unauthorized  harvest of five million Canadian  salmon in southeast Alaska in  1994? Will the DFO take action  on floods caused by clearcut logging, pollution from pulp mills  and illegal poaching? Not very  likely when you consider lhat  cabinet intends to slash the DFO  budget, including enforcement  and monitoring, by at least 25  percent.  Tobin recently announced a  Task Force headed by former  fisheries minister, John Fraser to  analyze the crisis facing the  resource. It is a pity that Tobin  has not broadened the participation in this task force lo include  respected leaders of commercial,  aboriginal, recreational and environmental groups.  Yet, while important stakeholders have been left out of this  task force, the minister incredibly has appointed an American,  named Lee Alverson, to participate in this evaluation of our  domestic affairs.  With expanded terms of reference the industry could have  been evaluated in a holistic way  and some real solutions might be  found. As it is, it is likely all  we'll gel is self-serving talk from  bureaucrats and politicians who  have failed us all as well as the  fish.  DENNIS BROWN  Secretary-Treasurer  United Fishermen and Allied  Workers' Union  Admiration?  One must admire the ingenuity of small town Gibsons council. First, start with the younger  generations; give them nothing  to do, maybe even get some laws  to arrest them. Then shut down  any recreational plans with  squabbling. Better shut down any  tourist oriented businesses also;  don't want any jobs out there  now, do we? People seem to like  to go recreational dancing. Surely council can "kick some butt"  and stop that also. Good job,  council, even better lhan the job  on the Waterfront Park. Wasteland as a town, excellent.  J.V. ROZENTALS  Gibsons  Minister responds  I am writing in response to the  letter published on Thursday,  Oct. 14 from Mr. Robert  Farewell of Sechelt who is on a  waiting list for cardiac surgery.  As I stated in my letter to Mr.  Farewell there are 16 cardiac surgeons and four hospitals where  VINYL SIDING  AAjmmumSofflts.PateCovwsiftainjs  Wnyf SitTdeck Roaring, HMXW t Handrail Coterinp.  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  "#108-5530 Whart St. SecheH  IN REAR OF New WHARF ST. PLAZA  VISIT OW? SHOWROOM ANYTIME    Jim Bain MM572  Uncompromised Quality by:  Sptvd DeueCopHieicb JM.  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Waiting list priorities are  largely determined by the degree  of urgency that is assessed by Ihe  patient's cardiologist and cardiac  surgeon. Those requiring emergency and urgent surgery do not  have to wait. As a patient's medical condition changes so does  the priority for surgery to ensure  that all patients receive surgery  in the most timely manner possible.  On Oct. 6 I announced additional funding of $2.9 million for  open heart surgery programs in  BC. The majority of this funding  is going to St. Paul's Hospital  and this will result in reduced  waiting times for cardiac  surgery.  Let me also state this government has increased health care  funding by one billion dollars in  the past three years. Of that new  money, $300 million has gone  directly to support our hospitals.  While health care and quality  of life are important to the citizens of BC, other daily life  issues such as education, transportation, environment, employment, law and order, among others, are equally important and  contribute significantly to the  quality of life. Government  expenditure on these programs,  needs to occur and be balanced  in the overall priority of managing the province on behalf of its  citizens.  That being said,1 this government's commitment to protecting  and improving health services  for people has been clearly  demonstrated by the $1 billion  dollars in additional funds for  health care services; an investment undertaken at the same  time as the government has  reduced the provincial deficit by  some $1 billion dollars.  I appreciate Mr. Farewell  bringing his concerns to my  attention. I hope this information  has been helpful.  PAUL RAMSEY  MlnUter of Health  Educational  concerns  Education is on the minds of  more and more concerned citizens these days. Everyone has a  stake in effective and efficient  education, be it as parents, students, taxpayers, operators of  businesses or other interested  members of the community. This  year Langdale Elementary  School embarks upon a six-year  self-improvement commitment,  beginning with the process of  accreditation. Using a format  prescribed by the Ministry of  Education, the staff, studenls,  parents and community members  will examine five key areas;  Learning Experiences; Leadership; Professional and Staff  Development; School Culture;  and, The School and Its Community. The process concludes with  the preparation of a five-year  plan to build on current strengths  and to improve in other areis.  We invite opinions, questions,  suggestions and active participation in accreditation from all  interested parties. To find out  more, join us at our Parent-Interaction Session in the gymnasium  on Nov. 23 at 7 pm, Langdale  Elementary School, 1551 Johnson. Letters, faxes, phone calls or  e-mail messages are also welcome. We want lo hear from  everyone with ideas about how  our school can continue lo serve  Ihe community in the years to  come.  Mail letters to: Langdale Elementary Accreditation, Box 280,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. Fax  (604) 886-7782, phone (604)  886-9971, e-mail (Internet)  dshort@cln.etc.bc.ca.  PATTY DRESSLER  Chair, Accreditation Steering  Commltttc  ii Coast News, November 21, 1994  Council out of line  In response to your Nov. 7  article "Council wants action on  Elphie's Cabaret" we disagree  with comments made by certain  council members and would like  to express some of our views  and clarify the misleading facts.  In the article Elphie's is  referred to as a "lightning rod"  attracting the worst elements on  the Coast.  This Is an insult to the staff  of the cabaret and clearly an  insult to its patrons.  Does the Gibsons council  consider the worst elements on  the Coast to be the backbone of  our community which consists  of: off duty RCMP and auxiliary  RCMP, loggers, millworkers,  fishermen, lawyers, doctors,  nurses, business people, teachers, government employees,  paramedics, navy personnel,  council members and shall we  continue?  This is the majority of  Elphie's customer base therefore are we to assume this is  who Gibsons council is referring  to? It is hypocritical ofthe council to demean these people as it  is Iheir lax dollar and spending  power that keeps Ihe Gibsons  economy growing.  Staff members of our establishment also contribute to Ihe  lax base of this community as  does Elphie's itself - quite significantly. Gross sales last year  were approximately $500,000  ��� of that 17 per cent is paid  directly to taxes.  Elphie's continuously supports community business as the  majority of their suppliers are  based within Gibsons. In addition at this time we have begun  planning a $150,000 renovation  to improve the interior of our  establishment.  If this contribution to the  community's economy is so  inconsequential to the council of  Gibsons as the ownership of  Elphie's we would accept a reasonable offer and council could  do with the cabaret as they  please.  In a meeting last year  between Gibsons council,  RCMP, LCB and Elphies ownership the Liquor Control Board  inspector present at the meeting  clearly slated there was not a  problem within Ihe bar and felt  his presence had nol been necessary al the meeting.  The cabaret should not be  viewed as a detriment to the  community of Gibsons but as an  asset as we provide a controlled  social environment thus alleviating many problems for the  RCMP and the town.  We feel the cabaret's clientele would continue to socialize  even if there was no such establishment.  However they would do so in  private residences thus violating  noise bylaws and increasing  drinking and driving problems.  Furthermore, restricting  Elphie's hours will not prevent  people from socializing later ���  they will continue elsewhere.  In the pasl Elphie's Cabaret  staff and management have fully  cooperated wilh the lown council and RCMP when requested.  We feel this attack on our establishment by the Gibsons town  council is unjustified and  unwarranted.  CHRIS VANDERLINDEN,  CHRIS DANROTH  Owners, Elphie's Cabaret  Council comments  need explantaion  The following letter lo  Mayor Small Gibsons council  was received by the Coast News  tot publication.  In response to your corn-  menu In the Nov. 7 issue of the  BRIAN AHLSTEN  10 years of award  winning experience  COASTWIDE  REALTY  885-0505  letters  Coast News, there are a few  statements expressed by council  members that we need  explained.  As there is no misunderstanding when the council refers  to Elphie's Cabaret as a "lightning rod" attracting the worst  elements, please explain your  description of "worst elements".  Are you labeling the patrons  of Elphie's Cabaret as individuals who only illustrate deviant  characteristics that the community of Gibsons does not consider beneficial to the Coast? If this  is the case, wouldn't you have  to label doctors, lawyers, policemen, firemen and mostly a Gibsons council member as displaying deviant characteristics of  your society, as they are all  Since the council members  are shown a form of respect  from the community they should  also capitulate some of their  respect back into the communily.  Whal official recorded statistics can you provide to the community to defend the list of  statements Ted Hume provided  to place the sole responsibility  of Elphie's Cabaret for the beating death of Stuart Brown? The  council should also notice there  were no charges laid against the  cabaret.  The continuance of pointing  blame on Elphies Cabaret is a  form of slander that could result  in "defamation of character."  Authoritative figures in our  community can influence the  way in which the community  functions.  It is embarrassing to have a  council member refer to a government agency as needing "a  kick in the butt."  The next time council  decides to slander Elphie's  Cabaret I suggest they investigate the individuals including  their own council members  before they start to label us.  NAME  WITHHELD BY REQUEST  Stop the B.S.  R&Cpast News, Nov. 17,  Real Estate'Business to target  Hong Kong  Stop the BS! Mr. Chung  states that an influx of Hong  Kong investment will help stimulate business and create jobs. It  most definitely will.  Unfortunately Mr. Chung's  type of development will change  the wide open spaces and  friendly people he claimed to  miss while living in Hong Kong.  It will cut down the trees,  pollute the air and water, and  raise the crime rate - more traffic - more congestion - more  noise - more, more, more. It will  quickly destroy the quality of  life most people moved here to  enjoy.  Change, over time, is  inevitable, but it annoys me to  have someone talk to us as  though we were fools all the  while attempting to take the  Sunshine Coast and turn it into  an urban sprawl solely for profit.  Be truthful Mr. Chung,  you're here only because you  picture this area a plum, ripe for  the picking. Attracting your type  of investor to the Sunshine  Coast and making the area  known to people overseas will  definitely benefit the Chungs  but it is something I can live  without.  B. LYTWYN  Sechelt  Complex  concerns  It is with deep concern I see  local politicians pushing for a  huge recreation complex to be  buill in the Sechelt area.  At the moment there are high  priority important facilities that  are in need of funding and  should be addressed long before  we donate our money to the  Sechelt area for such a recreation facility.  Such as:  ���The Gibsons sewage system  leaves much to be desired. It  obviously can't cope properly  with present requirements and  soon will need a complete new  modern system. It has been  affecting the beaches from  Roberts Creek to Langdale all  summer.  ���The hospital, due to the lack  of funding, has had to do cutbacks.  It is in urgent need of up-to-  date technical equipment, so  that people won't have to go to  Vancouver for diagnostic tests  and other facilities.  ���The schools need more  funding for equipment that will  bring the students up to the  required standing to compete in  the next century's competition  for employment.  ���The last thing we need is to  support politicians' junkets to  any place outside of BC. No trip  should be approved unless it is  for official local requirements.  Where the heck do these  schemers think the money  comes from? The taxpayer  knows - right out of our pockets, whether it is local, provincial or federal.  Let's face it, the whole Coast  area is starting to suffer from  growing pains.  The funding has to be used  wisely and go to basic requirements first.  In the meantime, it is not fair  for the developer types to make  us pay for "pie in the sky" projects, when there are more  pressing needs to be considered.  BERT NORMAN  Granthams  Friday & Saturday, November 25th & 26th  $  MIKE  J3  ,? sdl  OMHSUHP<YSH-��/ltlKHiHHOURS TUES��� SAT 11-*  General Flection  Tuesday, December 13  Dart.  Wed 7:30pm  Crib  Sal Ipm  Meat Draw  Every Sat 4pm  20 Drawl  ^ CLIP   &   SAVE ^  Now earn  AIR MILES���  travel miles with  Shell heating oil.  /\/ow *��u  1   T can earn  AIR MILES travel  miles when you  purchase Shell  home heating oil.  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I, I3��i  LADIES NIGHT  F' t  i  I'll  I   I   N  (  :  BODY DOUBLE  "5   MAN"   MALE   EXOTIC   REVUE  news  Return to letter grades fosters debate  The Party Stop  Budget Video  Max Music  Gramma's Pub  Elphie's Cabaret  POOL TOURNAMENTS im, WEDNESDAY NIGH!. SP'  l/WSti*  FRIDAY  & SATURDAY  NOV 25 & 26    k  HPHIH CABARET  by Sandra Smith  School report cards were  issued last week and, for 100s of  Sunshine Coast students in  Grades 4 to 7, it was a firsl  acquaintance with Ihe letter grade  system. It was also a first  acquaintance for many parents  and teachers who have dealt with  an anecdotal report card system  for the past three years.  The return of the letter grade  has created some controversy  among local parents and teachers.  It's all part of the BC government's "back to basics" education plan after last year's abandonment of the Year 2000 program, a more individual approach  which centred on building self-  esteem in students.  Many local teachers were  "taken aback" by September's  announcement they'd be required  to issue letter grades this November to students in Grades 4 to 7,  said Anne Skelcher, principal at  Roberts Creek Elementary  School.  "One of the problems aboul  this new reporting is that it's antithetical to the philosophies and  beliefs we've built upon for yean  in terms of our focus on self-  esteem," she said.  "As teachers we'd experienced, prior to this, thai many  parents and children just looked  Student Brad Higgins works through the parent/leacher interview with teacher Jeff Marui and  father Pat. Joel Johnstone photo  at the letter grade."  Madeira Park Elementary  School principal June Maynard  said teachers spent "literally 100s  of hours" trying to make sure  they graded fairly with the new  ICBC - AUTOPLAN - MOTOR VEHICLE  EFFICIENT FRIENDLY SERVICE by  TRAINED I.C.B.C. & MOTOR VEHICLE STAFF  ��� ICBC VEHICLE TRANSFER ��� REGISTRATION & INSURANCE  ��� SPECIAL COVERAGES ��� DRIVERS UCENCES  ��� TEMPORARY PERMITS ��� LEARNERS DRIVERS UCENCES  ���VIOLATION DISPUTES ��� VIOLATION PAYMENTS  PHOTOCOPIES  Mondayto Frick^y9:0(M:30/Saturday 9:00-12:30  /Wft��P/WK/A��-4CflOSSR?OW7HETOSrO/77CeW/.OWtHG/SSa��S  TOWN OF GIBSONS APPOINTED MOTOR UCENCE OFFICE  718 WINN ROAD ��� PHONE: 88t%3379 FM: 8864220  "And they had very little  inservice time to do it," she said.  Ministry of Education staff  held training workshops for local  teachers this fall to prepare them  for the new grading system.  In an effort to retain some of  the former anecdotal benefits,  teachers at Roberts Creek Elementary attached to report cards a  sheet of "philosophy statements"  describing students' social and  emotional developments and  work habits, Skelcher said.  "Personally, I felt very sad in  one classroom last week. The  kids immediately opened up their  report cards and started counting  their A's and B's and the kids  with C minuses hung their heads  and left without looking at the  teachers comments," she said.  One parent, who asked to  remain anonymous, believes the  letter grade system is conducive  to war.  'Ifound the other  system very vague  andvery  non-committal'  -Maggtjacks  "I don't want my child graded.  It doesn't foster creativity. It  doesn't foster openess....It  doesn't embrace the whole spectrum of what we are as human  beings, just that we have lo conform to this narrow standard...I  think the whole emphasis is  warped. 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Sechell 8850237  Galiano Market 885-4475  Good Stuff Health Foods 8859063  IGA Plus Gibsons Park Plaza 8863487  IGA Plus Wilson Creek Plaza 8856331  Pebbles Restaurant (Driftwood Inn) 8855811  Shop Easy Foods 885-9416  SuperValu 886-2424  The Sweet Shoppe 885-7836  Trail Bay Coffee Shop 8855257  SPORTS & RECREATION  Coast Files 8868085  Fronirunnen 8164830  Gibsons Family Sports 8864635  Hemsulk Hunting A Fishing Supplies Ltd     885-4090  Mountain High Cycle 886-4860  Seasport Saba 8854(30  Secheh Golf�� Country Qub 8854563  Tidal Wave Diving Co. 8853328  Trail Bay Sports 885-2512  AUTO SALES & SERVICE  Bumper To Bumper 8855181  Centurion Auto Centre Ud. 8154004  Cathy's Car Care 4 Zippy Lube 8856450  Dale's Aulo Clinic 8863437  Kettmac Parts 8(6-2031  Rowland Brake a Muffler 885-7600  South Coast Ford Sales Ltd 8(5-32(1  Sunshine Coast Maida 8854699  Sunshine Motors 8855131  Wharf Tire 1 Mechanical / Kal Tire 8(5-7927  HOME & OFFICE  including fHt-nlsMHfs Sr enlerUlnrtitnt  In Choice Vacuums  Adventure Electronics  ASTech Computers  Audio Altitudes  B a B Kitchen Concepts lid.  Brooks a Miller Ftoorcoierlngs lid.  Custom Carpets  Gerls Electrolux  Gibsons Appliances A Lighting  (era's Furniture. Audio ��� Video  Magic Sound (Sechek Radio Shack)  Mn Musk a DJ Service  Protect! Office Electronics  Scon's Musk  Sechell Computing Services a College  Sechelt Fire Place Ud.  Sechelt FurnliurelaoJ  Seclielt Ughllng  Sunco Printing  Sunshine Cotsi TV Ud  msauAsmvs mm sua tseina  AC Building Supplies  Aero Purification Service! (1994) Ud  Country Charmers  Cruise Holidays  Davis Bay Ne�� s Used Sales  Elite Travel  Eye Wise Optical  Gibsons Building Supplies 885-7121 4  Headquarters  ICG Propane  Kelly's Lawnmower a Chalnsaw  Marina Pharmacy  Mary's Variety  Oceanview Photography  Paclfka Pharmacy  Pharmasave'122 6111100!  Photoworks  Sechelt Electric Supply Ud.  Hie Sechell Sun  Sew Easy  Sunnyctest Phoio  Sunshine Coast Building Supplies  Tideline Marine  Tony's Lock  Trail Bay Hardware  Quality Farms  WG Sutherland Marine Sale!  885-3963  8867215  8864523  8(50499  88SW2  885-2923  (853582  8864776  (86-3606  M64M6  8852568  (86)453  885-3735  M54733  8852425  8857171  (WS7S6  8(54417  8(67614  8859816  8839551  8(54564  8859616  885*164  8854548  (8633(1  8853877  8(6(141  8853616  8(52360  8862912  883-2888  (868077  8860088  8859614  (862921  8854447  8850599  885-5327  8852725  8864945  8855818  (854141  8855415  (85-9828  Pender Harbour 6 Egmonl  Mmttr t>f Commute  However, other parents have  accepted and even embraced the  relum of the letter grade system  claiming it clarifies how Iheir  children are doing academically.  Co-chair of Madeira Park's  Parent Advisory Committee,  Maggi Jacks, is an advocate for  letter grades.  "I'm thrilled. I found the other  system very vague and very noncommittal," Jacks said.  "I think healthy competitiveness is good and I don't feel (he  child's whole education is centred on letter grades...the new  report cards also reflect on what  type of citizen a child is  and...those categories are just as  important, if not more important,  than scholastic letter grades so I  don't think self-esteem is really  an issue."  A new policy adopted by lhe  local school boaid this fall allows  for letter grades to be omitted  from report cards if a parent  requests it or consents to a teacher's request.  Gibsons councillor  angered by vacant  Shell Canada station  I Ri duP  anoshori  II i .. iiii  by Mike O'Keeffe  A town councillor has  accused Shell Oil of "poor corporate citizenship" for leaving  its former service station boarded up in lower Gibsons.  The company closed the station on the comer of      School and Oower ~���T"  Point Roads about  seven months ago,  after one of ils  underground storage tanks shifted,  said councillor John  McNevin at the  Nov. 15 meeting.  He said he is worried that Shell will       leave the building  the way it is until its lease  expires in five years.  "I buy a lot of Shell products, but I'm getting a little  angry that they are letting the  building sit there looking ugly,"  he said. "If they are not out of  there this year, we should let the  public know what the company  is doing. A bad corporate attitude is what it amounts to."  But Nancy McCormack,  public affairs representative for  Shell Oil in Calgary, said the  company is working with Ihe  town's planning department to  'I am not  aware of any  significant  complaints  about the site'  -Nancy McCormack  clean up the site. In an interview, she said Shell plans to  remove the underground storage  tanks from the front of Ihe  building by the end of this year.  She said Shell also plans to  erect barriers on the site to stop    motorist from cutting through Ihe  parking lot to avoid  the stop sign at  School Road. She  said the barricades  were requested by  the town planner.  "I am not aware  of any significant  complaints about the    site," said McCormack, adding lhat  Shell will consider suggestions  from the community to improve  the appearance of the building.  She stressed that Shell is only a  tennant and has limited control  over the property.  McCormack said she was  "somewhat surprised" lhat her  company was labeled a bad corporate citizen, considering lhat  the company has donated to two  local environmental groups this  year. She said Shell is committed to working with the town  council and residents to  improve the local environment.  SUNSHINE COAST  CAB COMPANY  886-7337 and 885-3666  SERVING THF   SUNSHINF: COASI  24 HOURS A DAY  5 WOW!  .. and lo think I read  It In Ihe Coasl News!  PROUDLY SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE I94��.  .- .- .-     .- .   .  --%*  ._._..--- ��� ��� - community  Coast News, November 21, 1994  -CIOM<TbOLERY  dockside davls bay  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Last week a blue pamphlet  found its way into our mail  boxes. Its title 'A New Pier on  Trail Bay - whal do you ihink?'  prompts my reply. There is  already a great pier in Davis Bay  that functions as a sports fishing  spot, a place for kids to swim  from and a haven for small craft  to tie up to.  The brochure contends that  "a pier in Sechelt could result in  benefits such as increased economic activity and increased  recreational opportunities for  local residents." We have businesses in Davis Bay and Wilson  Creek that can and do benefit  from the presence of the current  pier, plus we have the best  swimming beach on the Coasl.  Why do we need another pier in  Sechelt at the cost of the taxpayers when Ihe present one is more  than adequate, draws thousands  of people every year to our area  and helps to stimulate the local  economy?  On Saturday, Dec. 10 from 9  am lo 1 pm there is a public  workshop being held to determine whether there is sufficient  public support to proceed wilh  the plan. If you are interested in  attending, please call the hotline  at 885-0662 lo register. You are  encouraged to fill out Ihe comment card on the brochure and  send il in whether you support  his proposed project or not.  Christinas sale  The Sunshine Coast Gospel  Church is holding its annual  Christmas craft and bake sale  this coming Saturday, Nov. 26  from 9 am to 12 noon at the  DB/WC community hall, Davis  Bay Road and Laurel. There will  be a delightful variety of goodies for sale including dolls,  Christmas decorations, handmade crafts of all kinds, home  baking, etc. Coffee will be available. If you've missed the sale  the last few weeks, this is your  chance lo still get in on the special gifts.  Lions Club  The Pender Harbour Lioness  Club is looking to expand ils  horizons by forming, a tjlij^  which will Include Sechell Id  Roberts Creek. Sponsored by  the Lions Club, Ihis is a group  which works as a non-profit  organization and helps in the  community by raising funds for  'zZtXperiencin^  the Joy of Vance  Creative Dance  3-7 years  Ballet  all ages  Coaching for RAD.  Examinations  Preparing for  June Performance  (all students included)  Professional Classes  Personal Attention  Mime A Drama  "AWESOME"  Jazz  Morning  Tai Chi  REGISTER  for  WINTER TERM  Sunday Nov 27  3-6pm  885-2263  Coast Academy  ofDanu  Winter waves work over (he old pilings last Friday as the first snow of the year shut down local flight  paths 'til rain early Salurday morning washed il away. Joel Johnsione pholo  their various pet projects. They  help play schools, the wildlife  rehab, the lifeline project and  extend a helping hand to elderly  people when necessary, always  a vital need in a community.  They raise money in sundry  ways such as bake sales, car rallies, catering and I'm told, are  famous on the Coast for their  green tomato mincemeat. It  takes about 20 to form a club  and is open to all ages. For further info as to how you can join  call Arlene at 883-2406.  Maria would like to remind  all you bridge players thai the  hall is open for business as  usual on Friday, Nov. 25 at 1  pm. As Remembrance Day was  on Ihe lasl bridge day some  people were a little confused  about the date. It's slill a great  way lo spend a Friday afternoon.  Citizen of the year  Don't forget your Citizen of  the Year nomination, we'll try to  have the sealed box in the store  again this year.  4th Annual Christmas  POTTERY SALE  CREEK CLAYWORKS OPEN HOUSE  HANDCRAFTED STONEWARE BY  Elaine Futterman and Mike Allegretti  i  H3  Saturday 1    .���<;��,  & Sunday 1/  November ���mcmitI f oihqm���-  26 & 27  10 am -  5 pm  1738 Lockyer Rd��� Roberts Creek   ��� 885-2395  .^�� *  Coastwlde  Realty Ltd  would like  to welcome  a new  player  to the  Home Team"  Mark Alcock  is a long time resident that many  Coast residents will recognize.  Mark is looking forward to  working with you.  C^\ COASTWIDE REALTY  ~~7 885-0505  community  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  With Christmas fast  approaching, most of us go  about our business outwardly  calm while inside a veritable  maelstrom of decision-making  is going on.  What on earth can we give  Aunt Mary this year, when is  the deadline for overseas cards  and should we bother.  There is one thing you could  get off your mind right away.  The Elves Club is a non-profit  organization formed in 1972 to  ensure that everyone has a  Christmas. You can donate in  the form of food, gifts or  money. The depots are open for  collection on Nov. 26. In  Sechelt, Pastimes is the place to  drop off your donation. The  pressing need is for good used  toys, new toys, food items,  money and volunteers. The spir-  '    '  FREE DRAW ��� FREE DRAW ��� FREE DRAW  for tin* plciymobil Cattle  Come in for all your  Christmas shopping  and enter  four  ''��� oiO^ FREE  DRAW!  To be  drawn  in mall  Dec 17th.  Sunnycrest Mall. Cibsons ��� 886-3044  I IE A   ��� !���  Scot  Saturday, November 26  All PFAFF machines  & sergers  ON SALE  0 I  it of Christmas can start now  with your decision to give to the  Elves Club. Every child needs a  Christmas.  Missing something?  The Sechelt branch of St.  Mary's Auxiliary Christmas  bazaar was a rousing success.  So much so that someone quite  forgot to take the treasures he or  she had bought. A basket of jellies and a lovely lace angel with  star are still awaiting their  owner.  If one or both of these items  are yours please phone Betty at  885-9405 or Vivian at 885-4508  for their safe return.  Sechelt general meeting  Sechelt Village Residents  Association is having its general  meeting Wednesday, Nov. 23 at  7 pm in Greenecourt Hall. Joe  Calenda, administrator District  of Sechelt, will be present to  answer your questions regarding  the future of the community.  Also on the agenda will be discussion of Trail Bay pier and  recreation complex.  All are welcome, so come to  the meeting and bring your concerns.  After all, we choose to live  here so we should have a say in  Sechelt's future. For more information call 885-5076.  Craft and bake sale  Holy Family Catholic  Women's League invite you to  their craft and bake sale on  Wednesday, Nov. 30 in Trail  Bay Mall, from 9:30 am to 2 pm.  Beautiful crafts and delicious  baking - who can resist?  sent  PFAFF  Representative f  available all day  Buy your machine now for a special gift  and we will gift wrap it and hold it until Christmas  Demonstration of Christmas balls  and bow making from 1 - 3 p.m.  10% off all Ribbon Rolls ��� Saturday, November 26  Book sale  Looking over the latest at Sechelt Elementary School's book fair  last Tuesday and Wednesday were Chelsea Robinson and Rhea  Skei, upper right seated, as new materials for the second largest  school library on the coast were purchased.      Joel Johnstone pholo  by George Cooper  "High Five?"  That's what the news report  last week said the workers gave  each other as the highrise on  Alberni Street in Vancouver  came tumbling into a heap exactly as planned.  High five? For us old folk if  there are no youngsters around to  ask, try the Penguin Slang The  saurus, for instance, for a vocabulary that is quite foreign to our  ear.  High five or mutual palm  slapping as a form of greeting is  apparently extended by players  to convey approval, congratulations. Like hockey players leaving the ice or coming onto it.  (Remember hockey?)  In the same section of this  Parent Tot Drop In  preeente...                           __  Saturday ^t_yetfJtk         KM   W  Elphinstone M         ^__mw_wW*f  ^a{                                     W'-'Mm  Co-Sponsored by   X                                          Wf _W_M  oesownwxPLUA C PH  A mutcuu.wio.     ^l^Hk  tH                                        WtjAaaam  __   illJll.            V^V^^^^I                       WWW&e*                  Warn  r  iargatz . ^ nil Brv <?.j i  "^���51mi      Doer                         ^H                                                   HZ.,:'i^^V  TKKETSAT:     ���              HP  NtfWki Mb The OM Bit JfltfM.  This nd sponsored by SOPROVICH & CO., Cibsons  thesaurus is listed hi-de-hi as a  greeting. Back in WWII days in  Britain a base commander introduced a change to the tiresome  practice of having to salute officers each time they passed. He  had the men shouting Hi-de-hi  instead of the salute and the officers responding wilh Ho-de-ho.  Not proper, you know, and when  the tabloids picked up the story,  lhe commander and his new  salute were summarily abolished.  Pioneers  While conning Frank Wyn-  gaert's The Wesl Howe Sound  Slory tot some information about  Gibsons elementary, I came  across his account of the first  school bus from Hopkins Landing to Gibsons Landing.  After some deliberation the  Howe Sound school board had in  1924 in response lo numerous  requests selected lhe low bid of  Mr. Riblen of Chamberlin Road  to provide the service.  Riblen did nol own a molor  vehicle of any kind and was at  the time 'eking a living' with his  team of horses clearing and  plowing for other ranchers. But  he immediately bought a Model  T flat deck and made a framed  canvas roof over an extended  deck, Iwo long wooden benches  and the school bus was ready.  No student comment on this  bus is recorded. A likely  response to any complaint "Walk  if you don'l like il."  "At that self-same time,"  records Frank in his quaint style,  "Harry Chaster was granted $8 a  month lo transport students from  Gower Point in his privale car."  CELEBRAn  PRICES ARE  FALLING  ^"1        am.   '-  FALLING  Hyntgfloyfltes  WINDOW FASHIONS  New  View  Blinds  FREE Installation  FREE Estimates  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt    085-2725     ) I     TO  CONTOUR  FLOOR & WALL COVERINGS  SHOWROOM 851 HWY 101 GIBSONS PH 886-3191 /FAX 886-35 79  I TILE ��� LINO ��� CARPET ��� HARDWOOD ��� MANTLES ��� RAILINGS  "-,  ss%-U Coast News, November 21,1994  11  tettmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  There is some local controversy following the installation  of 'no parking' signs on the  waterfront at Welcome Beach, a  popular summer swimming  beach. People are worried we  may have yet another Redrooffs  Trail closure fiasco, whereby a  couple of residents with influence can stop access to public  property.  Upon investigation it appears  the signs refer to parking on the  actual road where access for  ambulance, fire and garbage  trucks gets blocked. The grassy  off road section where people  generally park is not included in  the 'no parking'. The signs, however, are placed on that section  where parking is quite legitimate  and are misleading. Signs indicating 'no parking on road' would be  more explanatory to the public.  It is ironic that the highways  department has given attention  to this small area while on  Redrooffs Road there are places  where lives are in danger due to  lack of signs warning speeding  drivers to slow down. In particular those of us who live in the  vicinity of Coopers Green have  community  Christmas goods out for display at the Welcome Beach flea market.  been asking for years to have  'slow' or 'maximum speed 20  kilometres'   on   the   road  approaching the green from both  directions where drivers.' vision  is restricted and where there are  children and pedestrians in danger all year round.  Big bazaar  This Saturday, Nov. 26  watch out for the Halfmoon Bay  branch of the hospital auxiliary's annual fundraising bazaar  in Trail Bay Mall from 10 am.  You will be delighted with all  the goods available, the result of  year round projects for this  event.  Donations of home baked  items will be most welcome, as  the demand is usually bigger  than the supply.  Tickets for some beautiful  raffle items will be available too  and your support for this worthy  cause is always needed. For  those of you who enjoy knitting,  there is a request for matching  toques and mitts for ages four to  six and for baby outfits, prefer-  Ruth Forrester photo  ably white, for the hospital gift  shop.  Showtime  For all you Nikki Weber fans  and there are many of you in  Halfmoon Bay, try to make a  point of going lo the show next  Sunday, Nov. 27 at the seniors  hall in Sechelt at 8 pm. This  year's show promises to be even  bigger and better, so don't miss  it. Tickets can be had from local  outlets and from members of the  senior citizens, $8 for a first  class show.  Coast heritage society begins  Pender restoration projects  The Sunshine Coast Heritage Society, founded  to preserve and restore structures of historic  importance, has a priority interest in the Irvines  Landing schoolhouse and the Mt. Hallowell  forestry tower.  This year both projects are up and running. The  schoolhouse is re-roofed in cedar shingles and  yard work is ongoing.  The Mt. Hallowell forestry fire watch tower  promises to be a feature in a dynamic recreational  area.  A cooperative initiative with BC Forest Service  will start upgrades in the spring of 1995.  If you are interested in these projects or have an  initiative, the Heritage Society will have its annual  general meeting Nov. 23 at 7:30 at Wilson Creek  Hall.  The society is driven by a strong and active  membership.  Please consider your contribution to the quality  of life on the Sunshine Coast by joining and supporting heritage enhancement.  For more information call 885-3835 or 885-  6135.  harbour highlights  by Debbie Roosen, 883-2920  ... . Well ihe nights are chillier  and the snow is now halfway  down the mountain and there are  only 30 days till Christmas. So  get cracking at your craftwork  and shopping.  The Pender dry grads of 1995  are hosting a garage sale Nov. 26  from 9 am to 3 pm at the Pender  Harbour High School gym.  The Pender Harbour Reading  Centre open house will be on  Saturday, Nov. 26 from 11 am to  4 pm. There will be a book sale  and refreshments.  The Royal Canadian Legion  BRANCH 109, GIBSONS, B.C.  jaijLp*       would like to thank all  V^X^y       who participated in their  IPPSsf        1994 Remembrance Day  services. In addition, a  special thank you to all  residents and businesses  who contributed to the  Legion Poppy  Campaign.  Ifou Help the Food Bank,  ���. .and we'll give YOU a present  ���VWM  Between now and  Christmas, bring two  non-perishable food items to  our office and we'll give you a  Free Classified Ad.  Your donation will go to the  Food Bank, ensuring a  Merry Christmas for all.  KUWl-taK  TRODAT PRINTY  Self-Inking Printer  Sample-Adust Size  M ANTHONY J, MONTGOMERY"  M78-810 WEST BROADWAY  VANCOUVER, B.C.  CANADA V5Z4C9  ��� Portable  ��� Economical  ��� Never runs oul ol ink.  SUPER LOW PRICE  $|4.99  SELF-STICKING ADDRESS LABELS  Peel and Stick ^i****--   SUPER LOW PRICE      IgSSg..,  240 for 480 lor lu.-wimr.Bfi. "jj�� -  $5.99    $3.99  . 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VON 3A0 Telephone (804) 885-1966 F��c (804) 885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  REGULAR COUNCIL  MEETINGS  Novwnbsr1994  Wednesday, December 7th and 21th,  1994 at 7:30 p.m. in the Council  Chamber, Municipal Hall, 5S45 Inlet  Avenue.  Committee Meeting  Dates  November 1994  Environment CommlttM  Tuesday, November 22,1994 at 1:00 p.m.  followed by Planning Committee at 3:00 p.m.  Community Liaison Committee  Wednesday, November 23th at 2:30 p.m.  followed by Economic Development  Committee  Sechelt Ice Arena  Old Timers' Hockey  Tournament  Friday Nov. 25th- ��� at 5:15 p.m.  Saturday, Nov. 26th and  Sunday, Nov. 27th  (ViiS''Pimbn:lm'iaiifr8iiS-3i47  Change to Public  Skate Schedule  Friday, Nov. 25th      ��� 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.  Saturday,Nov.26th   -CANCELLED  Sunday, Nov. 27th     ��� 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.  West Sechelt  Community  Association  Nolle* of Annual Oonoral  Mooting  Tuesday, November 29th, 1994 at the West  Sechelt Elementary School at 7:00 p.m.  Sechelt Village  Residents'  Association  Notico of Mooting  Wednesday, November 23rd, 1994 at the  Greencourt Hall at 7:00 p.m..  Guest Speaker: Joseph A. Calenda,  Administrator, District of Sechelt.  To be followed by discussion of the  following:  TRAIL BAY PIER PROJECT  PROPOSED RECREATION COMPLEX  Special Notice  Environment Committoo  Mooting  on Tuesday, November 22nd, 1994 in the  Council Chamber at 1:00 p.m.  Mr. Eric Beresford, District Manager/  Engineer, with the Ministry of Energy,  Mines and Petroleum, will be present at the  meeting to discuss the Tri-Sil project and  review the application process.  MEMBERS OF THE PUBUC ARE  WELCOME TO ATTEND THIS MEETING  Planning Committee  Meeting  Change to Schedule  Please note that the TIME of the Planning  Committee Meeting scheduled for Tuesday,  November 22nd 1994 has been changed  from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Attention:  All Contractors  Office Hours-Christmas ig��4  Please note that the District of Sechelt  Municipal Offices will be CLOSED the  week of Monday, December 26th to Friday,  December 30th, 1994. Please schedule  your requests for inspections accordingly.  Thank you for your cooperation.  John Wright  Chief Building Inspector  NOTICE re:  NOISE BYLAW  November 1994  The District of Sechelt has recently adopted  a new Noise Bylaw. The following are Kerns  of particular interest to our residents:  ��� Construction noise is not permitted  between the houis of 9:00 p.m. and 7.00  a.m. from Monday to Saturday, or before  9:00 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m. on a Sunday or  other holiday.  ��� Business construction noise is not  permitted at any time on a Sunday or other  holiday.  ��� No unreasonable noise is permitted at any  time that would disturb a neighbourhood -  such as machine noise, sound equipment or  animal cries.  ��� Quiet hours must be maintained between  the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. from  Monday to Saturday, or from 11:00 p.m. to  9:00 a.m. on a Sunday or other holiday,  (except for the night of December 31st when  reasonable noise is permitted until 1:00 a.m.  on the morning of January 1st.)  The full text of the bylaw may be reviewed at  the Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue,  Monday to Friday, during normal business  hours. 12 Coast News, November 21, 1994  w  Tj||  New  Arrivals...  Check  'em  out for  line  dancing  Sl  Coast Cobbler  SS84 Unit tti, Hwy 101, Seclielt  closed 12:30-l:30pm  885-6393  'zcppnwq  MARINA  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  To Advertise  in this Directory  phone Janice  at 885-3930  i     MICHAEL C. CROWE  Barrlitcr ��� Solicitor  Notary Public  fender Harbour Legal Senices  12874 Madeira Part Rd..  Madeira Paik  883-9875  G. FULTON HEATING  OIL BURNER SERVICE  ANNUAL CHECKING A CLEANING  EMERGENCY SERVICE  885-2293  emoaie  Tar A Gravel. Shakes. Shingles.  Metal Rools, Torch On. Duniicls   S2Z222Z   LOWINGS  WELDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� 885-9122 ��  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen  Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  To List in this Directory  phone 885-3930  community  Students measure impact of Power Rangers  by Mike O'Keeffe  Students at Madeira Park Elementary  School are trying lo gel to the bottom of the  controversy surrounding the Mighty Morphia  Power Rangers TV show.  The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council recently ruled the show is too violent for  ils young audience. The council, an independent body controlled by private broadcasters,  has advised its members lo either pull the  show or reformat it to reduce the violence.  But Grade 4 and 5 students at Madeira  Park are conducting Iheir own review under  the direction of teacher David Barnum The  projeci is pari of a media-sludies segment,  involving television, radio, newspapers, and  magazines, Barnum said lasl week.  The sludy began with a survey, which  revealed 13 of the 23 students in the class  favour keeping Ihe show intact while nine students want lo see il cancelled or changed.  Two studenls were undecided, said Barnum.  Studenls have been analyzing newspaper  clippings as well as television news reporis,  lalk shows and radio phone-in shows aboul  Ihe Power Rangers. They were also given  clippings from the Vancouver Sun and the  Province newspapers lo lake home and dis-  egmont news  cuss with their parents.  "The idea is for kids to get out there and  see what people think about this," Barnum  said. "After all, they are Ihe [show's] target  markei."  Barnum said most of his studenls were  already familiar with the show, which fea-  "The bigger question is:  does television  affect people's behaviour?"  - David Barnum  lures teenage martial-arts experts who  "morph" into spandex-clad warriors to battle  space aliens intent on destroying the earth.  However, some studenls are forbidden by  their parents lo watch the show, and others  turn it off because "they think it's silly."  The students watched the half-hour show  in class and counted ihe number of punches  and kicks thrown, the number of gunshots,  and the number of times weapons were used.  Barnum said iheir tallies ranged from aboul  40 to 136 violent acts per episode.  The next step, said Barnum, is to compare  Ihe Power Rangers with other children's  shows, including the animated Batman series.  Studenls will compare the number and nature  of violent acts as well as the approach to  problem solving, he said.  "The bigger question is: does television  affect people's behaviour?" Barnum said.  The class will discuss actual cases where  criminal or dangerous acts have been associated wilh television, said Barnum. For  instance, he said, a man recently injured himself while attempting lo build a pipe bomb  after watching McGyver.  "I hope this will teach kids to discuss television with Iheir friends and parents and lo  compare shows, rather than being passive  consumers," said Barnum.  The students will also investigate marketing strategies thai are directed at them  through television, he said.  Their findings will be displayed in the  lobby of ihe local IGA store ihis week. Students will discuss their observations wilh  passersby and ask adults to vole on Ihe fate of  Ihe Power Rangers.  Barnum said results of the vote will be tallied in the classroom on Wednesday, Nov. 23.  by Lisa Lightbourn, 883-2018  Well, Ihe weather is supposed  to get better by Thursday, so  let's look forward to thai. A  power outage occurred last  week. Ours was back on at  around 8 pm ,-rr- not too bad.  Supper was prepared by candlelight and cooked on the wood  slove (it seems to always taste  better lhat way), potatoes fried  in butler wilh lots of onions and  garlic, all done up in my cast  iron skillet. I find I can really  use the wood stove heat by  occasionally cooking on it and I  have a line strung across the living room thai I can dry clothes  on. Works great. It also saves on  the winter month's hydro bills.  John Devlin has sold his  house. It was purchased by John  and Margaret Mills of the  Backeddy. Mr. Devlin has gone  to do some travelling and visiting across the prairies and then  on to his brother's for Christmas  in Ontario. Word has it he'll be  back after February, possibly to  reside in Sechelt. Have a Merry'  robarts creek  Christmas, Mr. Devlin. You'll  be greatly missed in Egmont.  Yes, Christmas is coming.  How about a Christmas cookie  swap at the hall? It's a great way  lo gel a variety of Christmas  cookies and you only have to  make one batch of dough. We  could make an afternoon of it at  an agreed-upon date and time at  Ihe hall. Bring prepared cookie  dough, Are up the ovens and have  a Christmas cookie bake-off. If  there is a show of interest I could  see if Betty would post a list at  the post office, then we could  wrile down the kind we would be  baking so no one would bake the  same kind. If anyone is interested  give me a call and we can figure  something out.  If anyone is interested in  becoming involved in a coffee  house at the Egmont Hall one  evening a month, give Greg  Lightbourn a call at 883-2018. It  will only happen if there is a  show of interest. Anyone can gel  involved. Musicians, elc. from  outside-Egmonl are welcome.  A rainy fall day at Egmont's Bathgate marina kept most harbour  visitors indoors last Monday. Andy Jukes photo  The open stage would be available to musicians, poets, story  tellers, comedians, and so on.  There would of course be coffee  and people could bring in baked  goods to sell or donate. This  would be a fun evening locally,  for sure.  Any birthdays, announcements, stories, historical notes,"  etc for lhe column?'Pt*aS��'giYe"  meacall. il ��ti b'>noq  by Katharine Trueman  885-2822  This past week Pat Camozzi, a  coordinator for the blood clinic,  and I attended a Red Cross task  force meeting. The session was  chaired by Fran McEvoy, secretary of the Pacific Region who  was accompanied by three volunteer members of the task force.  The purpose was to determine the  perception of the Red Cross on  the Coast and in our community.  The Red Cross is holding  many community meetings  around the province to determine  what programs are needed in any  one particular area. The task force  will assess the needs of the Coast,  plan an overall focus and will then  communicate with the community. If in the meantime, you have  any particular input in regards to  blood donor clinics, water safety,  youth training or any other Red  Cross program or have questions  regarding what the Red Cross can  do for you, call Fran at 879-7551.  Creek Clayworks  Creek Clayworks is hosting its  fourth annual Christmas Open  House and Pottery Sale on Saturday, Nov. 26 and Sunday, Nov.  27. The address is 1738 Lockyer  Road and activity is happening  between 10 am and 5 pm both  days. Elaine Futterman and Mike  Allegretti have been working  overtime to provide first class  pottery with contemporary  . colours and designs  Christinas Craft Fair  The annual Roberts Creek  community craft fair is happening  on Saturday, Nov. 26 from 11 am  to 4 pm and again on Sunday,  Nov. 27 from 10 am to 2 pm at  the hall. Admission will be $1,  with children and seniors entering  free. Everyone is asked lo bring a  donation for the food bank. A  tasly hot lunch will be available  when your feet begin to ache.  After revival you can continue to  search for that special Christmas  present at the many craft tables  available. There will even be  child-priced items for sale. Baking, raffles and a door prize will  complete the community event.  For further info call Yvonne at  886-7815 or Randi 886-9324.  Library news  Al Ihis time of year we usually  announce, rather smugly, lhat we  have bought the book which won  the Booker prize, together with  most of the runners up. This year  is an exception. Most of the  English reviewers this year  agreed thai Ihe field was a weak  one and Ihe winner of little interest. Several said that our own  Margaret Atwood should have  walked away with it for The Robber Bride, which was nol even  considered.  Accordingly we have bought  the only one of the runners up  which we like the sound of,  Beside Ihe Ocean of Time by  George MacKay Brown. So much  for Booker '94 but you should  slill read Atwood's latest.  Adolescent Survivors  A weekly support group for  adolescent female survivors of  childhood sexual abuse, sexual  assault and/or sexual harrassment  is scheduled to begin Jan 11,1995  al Community Services in Sechelt.  Participants aged 13 to 19 from  all areas of the Sunshine Coasl  will meet from 3:30 to 5:30 pm  every Wednesday for 20 weeks  wilh a breather at spring break.  For more information call Trysh  or Carol at 885-5881 between 9  am and 4 pm or leave a message  on the answering machine.  Lioness club  The Pender Harbour Lioness  Club extends an invitation to all  women on the Coast to consider  becoming a Lioness. The Lioness  are an offshoot of the well established Lions Clubs and are a nonprofit organization which wants  to become involved in the communily. If you would be interested in finding out more about this  call Arlene at 883-2406.  tlURRICAnE  MARINE REPAIRS  J, Mariner, Mercruiser Sales & Service J,  -I Certified Mercury & Mercruiser Mechanics j,  J, Mercury, Mercruiser Parts & Accessories -l  Let us store and winterize  your boat.  Free Power Washing  MnmuR  OUTBOARDS  Benoi'Tu-Ligky  The Only Logical Choia  ���mm.  675 INDUSTRIAL WAY. GIBSONS. BC ��� 886-2433 CELL 1 -657-5529  Sunshine Kayaking Ltd. &  Rainbow Voyager Charters  offer  Winter colonies of  Golden Eyes, Marbled  Murrelels, Scoters, Oyster  Catchers, Harlequins,  Western Grebes,  Cormorants, Eagles, Pigeon  Guillemots, Old Squaws,  Surf Birds, Black Turn  Stones, to name some of the  more common varieties.  These guided day  tours can be experienced  aboard our motor launch or  by sea kayak.  nilont, Gibsons Harbour  it Sunthint CeaitK  Call: 1-604-886-9760  mm  ���mmm Coast News, November 21,1994  13  leisure  Pender..*a safe harbour for publishing  by Jane Seyd  Between the piles of  manuscript pages and the fall  production schedules in Harbour  Publishing's Pender Harbour  office, a stack of books and  glossy cover jackets, newly-  arrived from the printers, are  spread out on the counter.  Publisher Howard White  picks up one of the covers and  examines it against the light.  From one of this fall's new Harbour titles, Becoming  Canadians, on the history of the  Sikh community, It's received a  lot of compliments,  He puts it down and flips  through the company's 1994 catalogue, mentioning other new  books. There's Bella Coola  Man, the life story of a Bella  Coola elder and outfitting guide;  D.J. and Betty, a new Anne  Cameron novel; a photo history  of the Union Steamship company; two poetry books; a guide to  freshwater fishes; the latest hardcover collection of Raincoast  Chronicles...  These are only some of the 21  books Harbour will put out in  1994, which marks the 20th  anniversary of Ihe company.  From stories of gyppo logging outfits, float camps and  shipwrecks to works by unsung  masters of Canadian poetry, Harbour continues after 20 years to  do what Howard and Mary  White set out to in the first  issues of Raincoast Chronicles  back in the early 1970s.  "The BC coast has a sense of  itself as a special place," says  Howard White. "People seem to  have a need to feel they left the  lusher, palmier parts of the country for some reason. Part of my  experience publishing these  books is to explore that..."  "Mostly Harbour books represent what BC people want to  say about themselves."  Today, with 200 books in  print, total annual revenues of  about $1 million, five full-time  employees and an established  reputation in the market, the  company's come a long way  from ,il��,days when White sup>  ported its literary ventures  through working on the side as a  heavy equipment operator.  Part of the reason for Harbour's success is even in the  early days of the company, "a  high percentage of our books  were saleable books," says  White.  From Anne Cameron's "gut-  level feminism" to stories of forgotten coastal villages or an  analysis of contemporary log-  Howard White and his faithful dog Rocky.  Jane Seyd photo  ging issues, "they were about  subjects the mainstream public  would buy."  The other reason is the reputation Harbour has built over the  years as the defini-        live publisher for  books which capture the "West  Coast experience."  In terms of publishing original  books by BC  authors, Harbour is  first or second in  the province. Bookstores which know ,  the company regularly order 10 or 20 copies of  new titles each year "as an act of  faith" says White. And about  three-quarters of Harbour's  books sell in the BC coastal  region.  As the company's reputation  has grown, "our job of marketing  has become easier," says White.  On the other hand, he says.  'Mostty Harbour  boohs represent  what BC people  want to say  abouttbemselve'  " -Houurdifftite  "we've really cast our lot with  the people of BC."  As always, "surviving as a  publisher in Canada is an incredible balancing act," says White.           About half of  Harbour's books  are projects which  the company has  initiated itself,  while half are chosen from the  manuscripts and  letters of inquiry  whieh pour io each  week from hopeful  ���     authors.  "You're constantly balancing the things  you'd like to publish and you  think need to be published with  things you can afford to publish," comments White.  "You have to make sure you  have enough saleable books to  keep the company going."  What determines a bestseller  is anyone's guess, with past  experience Ihe best guide to the  market.  One that's clear: "Anytime I  lay my eyes on a good piece of  writing I know it's going to be  popular," says White. "A good  writer can make a good book out  of anything at all."  One recent example is The  Road Runs Wesl, a history of the  Chilcotin told around the building of a road through the Interior.  "It's the first book of ours to  boom this fall," he says, "and it's  all word of mouth."  In BC, a book hits bestseller  status after about 5,000 copies  are sold. Typically, about 3,500  copies of a book are produced in  a first printing of a Harbour title,  with about one-third of all titles  going into multiple printings,  says White.  In recent years, one way the  company has financed its more  literary endeavours is through  co-publishing projects with corporations such as Pacific Western Air and industrial histories  done in conjunction with groups  like the Track Loggers Association. "They get someone who  knows how to make a book,"  says White, while the company  gets a business partner to share  the costs of production. Some  books appear as Harbour titles  while others are done on a strictly contractual arrangement.  "I've never been concerned  about purity in that sense when it  comes to the business of publication," says White. "People need  our skills and they're willing to  pay for them. We sell them for a  fair price and we don't make any  bones about it."  Grants from the BC government and Canada Council also  help finance books like poetry  collections and local history,  says White, but to a lesser extent  than for many publishing companies the size of Harbour.  One way Harbour's books  have changed in the last 20 years  is they've certainly got bigger.  In the old days, a paperback  of 100 to 150 pages was normal,  while the recent Raincoast  Chronicles collection if closer to  400 pages.  But the desire to "tell it the  way it really was from the viewpoint of the people who lived  here," in Harbour's books has  remained consistent.  Can a success like Harbour's  be repeated in the 1990s?  Says White, "I think it can  still be done, if people are willing to take the risks and make  the sacrifices necessary to do it."  Regaling with Stories for a Winter Solstice  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church in  Gibsons will offer an evening of theatre featuring Caitlin Hicks in Stories for a Winter  Solstice on Friday, Dec. 2. The play is a collection of character-based theatrical stories  surrounding the winter holidays and is being  featured in connection with a dinner at Andy's  Restaurant.  Stories for a Winter Solstice is a holiday  event for families with children over 12 and  features a variety of characters: an ice skater  who remembers a childhood friendship; a  young French Canadian mother and her  daughter who spend Christmas Eve at a Wool-  worths counter; a woman who grew up on the  west coast of BC in the days of the mission  ott the arte beet  boats; a defiant teenager who celebrates her  own freedom in the history of Chanukah and  the lighting ofthe Menorah.  One of the stories, Cornucopia, The Land  of Winter tells of a small town, so rich with  the beauty of winter that Christmas carols  have been written here since time immemorial. Two young girls, a drummer and an ice  skater explore the expression of their five year  old creative voices on a moonlit lake the night  before Christmas.  Stories for a Winter Solstice features other  stories which bring out the personal lamily  and cultural ritual surrounding the winter solstice, as well as music and slides.  The show is part of a tour produced with  Third Coast Theatre Works.  The Sunshine Coat Arts Centre will also  host the show with a celebration of the winter  solstice on Dec. 22 - The Winter Solstice.  Other venues hosting the show: the Vancouver Art Gallery (Nov. 27); the Presentation  House Arts Centre in North Vancouver (Dec.  16 and 17).  Tickets holders who show their Solstice  tickets at an early dinner on Dec. 2 at Andy's  Restaurant in Gibsons are entitled to a 25 per  cent discount on their meal.  Tickets are available at Andy's Restaurant,  Coast Books and Sayward Books as well as  St. Baits on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday  mornings.  This Wednesday, Nov. 23 the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre will open  an exhibition of some of the finest artisans on the Coast. The people in  this show were chosen and invited as prime examples of the variety and  excellence of craftspeople in our area.  A few examples of work by each person provides a wide scope of  methods and approaches. Quilts, weavings, spinning, silk painting,  stitching, knitting, pottery, carving, wood turning, embroidery, glass  blowing and other media will be on display.  There will be a reception for the artisans on Saturday, Nov. 26 at 2  pm to which everyone is invited. Refreshments will be served as usual.  The show continues until Dec. 18. Arts centre hours are 11 am to 4 pm  Wednesday to Saturday and 1 to 4 pm Sunday.  tj-et neut Christmas fruit cakes...  10% OFF  ALL NUTS & FRUITS  Until flee 26.  VW SKCIAUS IN HEAHTY SOUPS t SAMWICHU ��� SANDWICH TOWS MAOf TO OflOEK  VARIETY  FOODS  886-2936  WATCH FOR  OUR SPECIALS!  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Iwvisltdll: Ocl 7,8.  9.10, Dec 23.24. 26,27,36,1994, Apt. 14,15.16.17, May 19,20.21.22.199S leavt tofsCow-Z:30pm.Lt��eSalnry Bay 1 JO  SUSSEX  REALTY  Tlie T()psi-:i.i.in(; oi-i-k  i \ (.  OstULTIPLE UtTINO LEADER IM SALES OF HOMES A PHOPEttTY)  ,. . . . Sli1NJf��^?I MA1JUJQIBSONS ���WMOrr 24 Houi*  on the lookout for new blood  The Tsain-Ko Whilecaps women's soccer team  is making a comeback in Sechelt.  The team for women 19 and older started a few  years ago bul quickly dwindled, said Kim Slarnes,  one of two Sechell women trying lo build a  women's soccer league. Theleam is looking for  women to join.  "We would like lo have at least enough players  for scrimmage games or lo play learns in other communities," said Slarnes in an interview.  There are currently an estimated 14 women on  the team, bul Slarnes snid il is hard lo get more than  eight out forVpraciisealinyfane titoe.'.,*Weiietd ar  least 11 players for a full team," she said. "We have  had as many as 16 oul to play two learns of eight  each, but lhat is really hard to do because the players  never gel a rest."  Although there are several skilled players on the  learn, Slarnes said everyone is welcome to join.  Some of the learn members played in provincial  finals on high-school learns, and others have no  experience at all, she said, adding that experienced  players will teach newcomers the finer points of the  game.  There is no fee to join the team. Members  pitched in $5 each to purchase a sack of balls, and  fundraisers are planned to rent uniforms.  "We play just for fun and exercise and to jtt oul  of the house," safd Slarnes: "I'm sure thal.'oie we  get lhe word out, people will lake interest."  Anyone interested in joining the learn should call  Slarnes at 885-0918 or Allan at 885-7954.  SUSSEX  REALTY  The TO P S E L LIN G O FI: IC E  N   GIBSONS  (Mxjn��Lsri^LE40ERMSUt��saFMxuEsAA��inB^  Notice Board  Oagdai tvtiu nnd Im apdattd monthly  We reserve the right lo edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior lo Ihe evenl.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS WEDNESDAY NOON FOR MONDAY DISTRIBUTION  MONDAY, NOVEMBER J1  Canadian Cancar Society Sunshine  Coast Unit regular meeting, i pm. SCRD  office. Royal Terraces. Sechelt. All wel-  come Into: 8S6-S765  E.C.E.B.C. Meeting. 7 pm. Espilt  Daycare. Portable 2, Bpftinstone School  Inlo: 886-7739  II. Msry's Hoapltal Auxiliary Annual  General Meeting, Sechelt Legion  Registration 11 am. meeting ti 30 am.  lunch noon Tickets $6 from branch preoi-  dents  TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 22  Video Presentation The Burning  Timet(NFBfilm). 12:30 4 7 30 pm, SC  Women's Centie, S64S Whail Rd .  Sechelt. Free child care, noon 3 pm - call  SSS 4088  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21  SecheH Village Heeldenta Awn. gener  al meeting, 7 pm. Greenecourt Hall  Gueet speaker: Mr Joe Calenda. admin  Mnlor, Dislricl of Sechelt. followed by  discussions on Trail Bay Pier and  Recreation Complex All welcome into  885 5078  Parenta Support 4 Inlo Meeling lhe  *���' 1 Survivor Protect invites adults  ) for girls/young woman (13.It  yeara) to * mealing, 79 pm, S C  Community Services Society. 8838 inlet  Avenue. Secnelt Please ctll Tryih or  Carol at IM.8M1 for info  Mtn* of Stthtlt PvWIe Library 7 30  pm at me library  PPHOAY.NOVIMBIR2S  M.S. Support Oroup meeting, to am  Coaft-Oarlbildi Health Unit. Sechell An  welcome  Women't Coflee Houte ��� performances  by local womtn All welcome 7 30 pm.  S C Women't Ctntrt. SMS wnart Rd.  Stent*, info: 8SS-40SS  SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28  U.C.W. tnnutl Holly Tea A Bazaar i 30  3:30 pm Gibtont United Church Hall.  Glataford Road Admltalon free Tea  12 50/adults. 81 25/children  Parent-Tot Drop-In presents Charlotte  Diamond in concert. 2 pm, Elphinstone  High School. Tickets at Sayward Books.  Coatt Books, Pastimes. Zippers Kids.  The Oak Tree Market.  SPCA Dlaplay and raffle lor a large  radio-controlled model ship built by  Norman Hoffar. Trail Bay Mall  Sl ���ert't annual CMttmtt Bauer, io  amt:30 pm. North Rd. A Hwy. 101  Crafts, baking, door print, tic.  S.C. Ootpel Church Christmas Craft 1  Bake Salt, 9 am-noon. Wilton Creek  Community Hall Christmas crafts decorations dolls, baking and moie  Pander Herbour Grade are holding a  garage sale at the P H High School gym.  9 am -3 pm Everyone welcome  SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27  Nlkhl Weber's Showtime. 8 pm. Secnelt  Seniors Hall Huge cast in a brand new  show Tickets $8 at Sechell & Gibsons  bookstores Pioceeds lo Seniois Hall  MONDAY. NOVEMBER 28  Canadian Federation ol University  Women will meet al St John s Church.  Davis Bay. 11 30 am Guesl speaker:  Gerry McAteer, program director.  Raven s Cry Theatie Sechell Light lunch  will be served Prospective memDers welcome Info Myrna, 885 3335  TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29  Weet Sechelt Community Assn annual  general meeting 7 pm. West Sechelt  Elementary School  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2  "Faahlon Frenzy"    presentation party  for Couture Fashions 20% of proceeds  to S C Women s Cenlre Tickets 12 info  885 4088   7 30 pm   5645 Wharf Rd  Sechelt  SATURDAY. DECEMBER 3  SI. Mary'e CW.l Xmsi Poinsettia t  Bake Sale 1 Tea. Si Mary t Hall  Gibsons 'Or- Ji-  MONOAY, DECEMBER I  S.C. Srtiitfttding Support  Oroup mttting. io am Top�� Nutrition t  Weaning Momt 8 btbet wucomt  Pregnant' Plttte corns' Any questions  or concerns can be discussed info  Laurie, 888-7900 or Rovanne 888 3230  FRIDAY, DECEMBER t  Volunteer A Information Centre Xmot  Felr, 4-8 pm. Wilson Creek Community  Hall Hot dogs, coffee, crtfts. baking,  stocking stutters toys and more Come  and get your Xmas gifts  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10  SPCA Olsplsy A Raffle for a large radio-  controlled model ship built by Norman  Hoffar. Sunnycrest Man  Qlbeone Wildlife Rehab Ctntrt display  & raffle. Sunnycrest Man  SUNDAY. DECEMBER II  Klnamen Pancake Brtakfset with  Ssnts. 8-11 am. Kinsmen Hall. Dougal  Park Proceeds lo Elves Club  Pet pictures with Santa all proceeds to  SC SPCA Sunnycrest Mall  MISCELLANEOUS  Adolescent Survivor Project: a weekly  suppon group for female adolescent survivors (13-19 years) ol childhood sexual  abuse, rape and/or sexual harassment  Begins Jan 11/94 Info: Trysh or Carol at  885 5881  'Scapes Exhibit through Dec. 30, Ouay  Gallery, Lower Gibsons.  Gumboot Gsrden Celt November art  show Lasers 'n' Lions ��� works by Robert  Marion and Erica Hagenlocher  Al-Anon: Are you concerned about  someone s drinking? There's help tor you  in Al-Anon Mondays. 8 pm, Secnelt  Health Unit. Wednesdays, noon. Aclion  Cenlre, Sechelt. Info: Gail, 885-0101 or  Shelly. 8856490 48  "Time A Space" exhibit by Martha  Griffith Oil paintings and hand-painted  saw-blade clocks Through Dec 2,  Hunler Gallery, Lower Gibsons  S.C. Women's Centra - Mon-Thurs .15  pm Support and information for all  women 5645 Wharf St.. Sechelt Info  885 4088 52  Elphlnetone Pioneer Muttum. 7t6  Winn Rd . across from Pott Office.  Gibsons New winter hours ire Mon .  Tues. Wed & Set, 1-5 pm Exhibits  cover tha vast range of Coast history  Irom the nttr to tht distant past All  trttt tnd ttptctt of our heritage tre  explored on two floors jam.picked with  fascinating ditpityi St turt to drop by  toon Admitaion by donation. Ctll 886  ���70S for mora Mlo  Ptrant-Tot Ort��*i lor pawls with cm-  drtn up to 6 9 JO 11 30 tm it tht following locationi Gibsons Unlttd Church Hall  (Mon . Tutt, Wtd . Fri), Stchtlt Sl  Hilda t Church Hill (Mon ( Tutt).  Wilton Crttk Community Hill (Thun)  info Community Service! 889-5881  Sexuetly Trentmmtd Dlstitt Clinic:  IH IV intormttnn. counselling ind testing) Phone for appointment In Gibsons  888 S600, Sechelt 885-5164  Single a Pregnent? Cill the Heilth unit  886 5600  Prenettl Hotpllil Tour: phone St  Miry'l Hospitll switchboard 10 arrange  for tour. 995-2224 Prenatal only  Parent 1 Baby Drop-In gives parents an  opportunity to met! othtr parents and  discuss common concerns. The group  gathers every Tuesday from 115 to 3 30  pm al 494 S Fletcher. Gibsons and in  Sechell at 5571 Inlet on Wednesdays  from 1-3:30 pm.  School Entry Boostir Clinks A boost  er dose of diphtheria, tetanus and penus  sit it Important for children entering  ichool. Gibtont clinics - 988-5600.  Sechelt clinics  885 5164  Needle   Exchenge    Mondtys   A  Thursdays. 34 pm. Gibtont Health Unit.  MONDAYS  Recovery, Inc. offers t self-help method  to ovc.'-ome ��he np:a,1,"�� *r"��''��gs that  come from fear, anger, depression and  constant anxiety. 7:30 930 pm, The  Wellness Ctntrt. Gibsons Info: 686-  8028 48  Flbromyelgls Suppon Oroup, 7-9 pm.  Coast-Garibaldi Heallh Unit. Gibsons 26  Sunthint Toeitmiitera meel, 7:30 pm,  Communily Use Room, Chaster Rd.  Firehall, Qibsons- Improve your commu-  nicition and public speaking skills in a  lun and supportive environmenl - all  guests welcome. Info: 885-4049.  TUESDAYS  St. Bert's British Islet Videos it  church. 74:30 pm. Nov IS: Scotland. S5  admission Includes coffee, tea 8 dessert  "Uvlng With Canctr" Support Group  mtttl every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, 1 pm Into 685 5881  or 8984389  S.C. Army Ctdtti (2963) Seaforth  Highlanders of Canada ptradet every  evening, 6:45 pm. Sechelt Legion Info:  Cap! T Powell. 885 0933 49  Silrclli Programme In the Gibsons  Pool lor people with tnhrltit, noon 12.30  pm tvtry Tuttday Com: 12 82  WSDNSSOAYt  Ptttptrlum Oeprtttlon Support  Oroup - OlDtont Httlth Unit. 1-2 36 pm  Shtrncllfle Auillliry mini third   / ot etch month it Shorncliffe  I-1818 52  Stthtlt Vmaat BeoldcnH Attn meets  fourth Wtdnttday of tech monlh, 7 pm.  OroenecourtHal Info: 998.8079.  THURSDAYS  JC'i Wtlght Lett Support Oroup  mtttl tftirnooni 10:30-12:30pm, ctll  886-2692. ind tvlnlngs 6:30 8 00pm,  ctll 899-7159. tt Iht United Church,  Gtattford Rd., Glbeons  Birth Control Clinic, Coast-Garibaldi  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. 7-9 pm.  Confidential tarvice > everyone welcome  No ippolntment needed Into: 985-7770  Adult Rterttllonil Volleyball, 7:30-  9:30 pm, Elphinstone Secondary Drop-in  $3 Info: 86*8779 62  FRIDAYS  ���rant Self-Exam Clinic First Friday ol  each month. 7:30-9 pm. Gibsons Health  UrM  United Church Thrift Shop, 13 pm.  church basemenl, lane oil Trueman  Road  Pender girls volleyball  earns BC play-off birth  The senior girls volleyball  team from Pender Harbour Secondary School will advance to  the provincial championships.  The learn earned its spot in  Ihe tournament afler defeating  Collingwood twice in a ihree-  game final in Ihe North Shore  Going Aw.iy  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Lrtvt your isirsjlhunr ��1tli ib  M/Anfenalcerr  Mall Ocarina and Forw��nUn��  Indoor Hani tad Yard Maintenance  Sttuiar Home Check or Mn-lnStrrfcr  CAI1SHARON 885-2228  OuUm Htm-Wtitk  IsiMMliSMi  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Brsnchtt Cosst To Cott  zone playoffs in West Vancouver  on Nov. 10. in the semi-finals,  Pender Harbour defeated Lillooet  2 - li and Collingwood 2 - 0, but  lost 2 -1 lo Pemberton.  Zone winners from each of  Ihe eight geographical regions of  BC plus four "wild-card" teams  will battle il oul in Ihe Osoyoos  tournament. The Pender Harbour  team has been ranked from fifth  to ninth strongest in the province,  according to coach Ted Roberts.  "Pender is a young team wilh  only one player returning from  lasl yeai's team, which placed  ninth overall in the 1993 provincials in Fori St. James," said  Roberts. He said he is counting  on "youth and exuberance" to  make up for a lack of experience.  "If we can have iwo weeks of  focusscd practice and get everyone on top of their game, who  knows whal can happen?"  Roberts said the team will  conduct a "frantic fundraising  drive" lo help pay for Ihe tournament costs.  MAVERICK COACH LINES  Daily Service to Vancouver  Leaving:  Powell River 8:15am & 4:30pm  Madeira Park 10:45am & 6.45pm  Secheit 11:35am & 7:30pm  Upper Gibsons 11:55am & 7:55pm  Sponsored by:  -I  ���I  a*  ���  ���   ���  ���  -_���.      CUP & SAVE I Coast News, November 21, 1994        15  AUTOMOTIVE  Industrial      AUTOMOTIVE  PARTS & SUPPLIES  Marine!  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 HWY. 101, Gibsons, B.C., 886-8101  Mon.-Fri,6-6 Sat. 8-6, Sun. 10-3  "SECHELT RADIATORS >  y Complett Coohitf System Service Cmtrt  Wetopalr S Replace Rids, Heater Cores.'&Gai Tanki"  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, Used tt Rebuill ��� Pickup & Delivery  4349 S.C. Hwy.  Across hom Sunshine GM  Mon. ��� Sat.  885-7986  CONCRETE SERVICES  f DENIS TURENNE CONCRETE "  Placing & Finishing  Reeidentlel A Commercial  ACI Certilied  Driveways, Slabs, Sidewalks elc  ��� --. ����������     Custom Concrete Specialists  \80O-0340 emoted, Stamped, Patterned. Exposed ___^  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  w The Coast News J  EXCAVATING  {GARRY'S EXCAVATING^  OWNER: CARRY MUNDELL  tattasamOu���e'lmtdaOea-al  130 KmnMu tattereetet  HOJihnti.iw/H���  %*tkthu..ri**. aoxit.aiasONS  **-**- 886-7099,  WIL0W00D CONTRACTING  Bobcat Santo  Landscaping ��� Snow Removal  Bush Clearing ��� Grading  Driveways ��� Backfill  S,        Randy 885-4146  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  ��� EFFICIENT  .RELIABLE  CARPET A UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  RESTOR,  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  CONSTRUCTION  rggidgnrtgl *fT commercial  885-2887 " Laurie Lacovetricy  _iAai, H6, c-m, mam CMIK, l.C. vonivo  f ORAEMAR CONSTRUCTION INC A  _____*____%  ���FRAMING 'FOUNDATIONS  tolOCKUP                .RB*JVA1)0NS  ���RNBHNO ejQNg  V ULSlfii /  ROOFING  Specializing In all types ol  FREE      commercial & residential rooting  ^S TI M A T E S 886-2087 eves. ��u��~  /A Ii T ENTERPRISES: Conetruotlon SantoM^  Serving Tht Coest Since 1985  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  m-Tfrll i| II1HT �������������!�����  T. WONO. SOX 7IS, QIUONI, l.C. VON 1V0 j  Op|DEL        D-rtOSpld.1  /Delta    88M182  Q��N��gAl CONTRACTING   Framing ��� Finishing ��� Painting ��� Concrete Work  D&V LogWorks  ��� Custom Cedar Log Homes/Cabins  ��� Dovetail Joinery  ��� Sawmilling services  Trudy Piening   885-5322   John Verge  COMPUTERS  Fpark of Life Consulting  IW��ICowlev��MeC3I.Sechelt,8C  Windows Development ipoctaMi  ClentSetvei DataBase  Networking ond Integration  , System Analysis and Design  >ttoion Ruel ��� Phone: (604) 6850419, Fan: (604) 685042;/  CONCRETE SERVICES  Swanson'*,  m���iii���niaily-MIx Ltd.  �����. Mptteti ���i i��� AoMunM ������* p���     FAX    ���1  I   M59666   1|   U___\   ||   _______   |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172.1417 Burnet Rd., Sechell, B.C.V0N 3A0  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  MITCHELL SYSTEMS LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING  Residential  Commercial fit Industrial  KELLY 885-9565 *-.��>*  *T     THOMAS ELECTRICAL  ;><C CONTRACTING  ^^TThomas  886-7571  FREE ESTIMATES   REaERC,^  ENGINEERING  Sunshine Coait Enhneerinii  Engineering and Design for  ��� Subdivision Development  ��� Custom Residential and Com mere id  i Statural t Safes Marine  Gibiom.' BC VON IVO 886"4743/  r  token & Associates ����������,  Electrical ond Control Syftem DeHgnert  Custom Residential,  Commeicial and Industrial  Design  r I ta  ColnJocobsen  RR��lCowlev��Slt831,  Sechelt, 8C _l  EXCAVATING  Und Clearing  Demolition  Stump Removal  Site Development  Roads  tree estimates  885-3469 ��� 8064053  cPEXCAI  fastiac BACKHOE k  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS _������   JVJ  ���WATERLINES C*T��* ��4  ^���cuarinq      STEVE JONES   866-686%/  ARBUTUS  CONSTRUCTION b lANDSCAPING  ��� excavating ��� benching ��� snow removal  ��� ponds & waler gardens ��� bobcat servkv  BILL LUCAS  KU-20U eel: 970-2019  To list your  business with the  experts, call the  Coast News  Sechelt 885-3930  Gibsons 886-2622  GARDENING  i Evergreen Landscaping  1 For all your gardening needs  Specialists In: Low maintenance Gardens,  Irrigation Systems, Chain Link Fences  V.K. Boragno (Bango)��Gibsons��886-333a  Gardening  Services  Kathryn Mussells  885-3458  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  CENTURY ROCK  ROCKWUiS       HUMS  puunm   885-9910  rr*o  tM��  ^     886-0057  Ot 'AX: 859-2888  INDUSTRIES LTD.  HEATING  /^THOMAS^  Furnaces, Fireplaces, Hot Water Tanks,  QUAUFIED DEALER - NATURAL GAS INSTAOATI0NS  ClD MW 888-7111  c Showroom: 47) Payne M, titnons J  f       G. Fulton Heating       ^  Oil Burner Sates & Smirks  Serving tht Sunshine Coast  from Gibiom to Pender Harbour  omMeetedwts    885-2293 2J yean e^erlem  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Geri'S ELECTROLUX  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1979  SALES ��� SERVICE ��� SUPPUES  QERI BODMER, Independent Representative  1507ReedRd., Gibsons 886-4776 J  ELECTROLUX CANADA  (SUNSHINE COAST)  SALES ��� SERVICE ��� SUPPUES  Built-in Systems ��� Cannister Models  . IRENE LARSON ��� 886-3158 .  MARINE SERVICES  ��� Salt Water UcancM  ��� How I CampUai ���WWrTwl  . Mann. ttKa,:        ��� K. A tatai, 883*2266  ��S~%        Located in Secret Coiw  MS-7SM  tea  buccaneer  Marina 4 resort ltd.  MECHANICAL SERVICES  f     Commercial Refrigerated Fixtures  1 ARCTIC  COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION LTD.  ^24 hr. seivice ��� 885-2134 or pager 885-51 Vj  ^SUNSHINE CLEAR  "w'Pumps tc Wafer Trealment  ��� servtM M coanmMftResidential  Punw md Witcr Tivttnwit Noofo  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614 J  H. ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WEIUNG AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS  STEEL'STAINLESS-ALUMINUM  si mno mi roMsr. mamm ano coNsnucnoN  WOUSTHIS ON THI SUNSHINE COAST  >. m��roi?.aSiNS  IM-3231 CE1.8B9043I J  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  ' Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  i The Coast News A  1��)I  rv  ENCO  CONCRETE  SERVING Tl IE SUNSI UNE COAST  Redl-MIx Concrete ��� Sand & Gravel  Curtis a Liners ��� Septic Tanks  lax 886-811.1 ��� Box 314 Gibsons, VON IVO  l       886-8174  V    GlblQli  883-9222  Pcider Harbour  885-7180      /  iKZI/HUTHtXCKV/TING  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ���Truckingf[  1 Subdivisions  Serving Um  Coast  for 12 years  Our Cuttomtr Swvfca it  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rates  k.   K��HlltMll��M��.T4aT��CrtlMHir7J  r Thank You "  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  ^ The Coast News J  J. AIMING CONTRACTORS  ���lnitra/EitniotPjintin( ��� hnur< Wishing  ��� InUtmiil ii Comimmil ��� Top Quilitv Mittiuli Warkuutlp "  . "Free Estimates"  V885-5111 ��� Geoige ��� 24hr Answering Service,.,  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS S BATHROOMS ���  886-9411  Cellular 9004378  .  DON'S TILE INSTALLATIONS  Ceramks * Marble  Raw Ceastraeflen �� Reneratleas  tl years eikerlense I* Tllaaaltl��|  SI6-42S0  ��  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  731 North Rd., Olbaona 888-2912  r Thank You 1  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k The Coast News J 16        Coast News, November 21, 1994  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  artel pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  ���p Gibsons &  *��* Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  #29-5761 WHARF ROAD  Sechell,  BC.  Ocean  view1  $123,500.885-0448. ss  Getaway/Retirement open-design  2 bdrm. Fruit trees, deck, $69,900.  (Pad $235/mo.) 1-604-885-0255  Ufa  PRICED TO SELL"  Large level lol on Merrill Road.  Francis Peninsula - wanl sold by  January. Was $56,900, take  $50,000 lirm 885-0899        #49c  New home W Sechelt lor sale by  builder. 3 bdim, den. Ige. lamily  rm, gas l/p 4 healing, on sewer,  near school. Tony 888-3538. ��49c  Homes &  Property  LEANING TREE ROAD  SUBDIVISION  Developer is placing lour 5-acie  lots w/gieat ocean views on market lor lirst time. Prices tanging  Irom $135,000 lo $165,000.  Developer is in process ol sealing  dusty giavel road and levelling  and seeding the controversial  gravel pit. Driveways dramatically  improved, major. This is a musl  seel Conlact Site Supervisor 885-  7672 lor lol inlo or developer al  946-7655 for sales. #51w  By owner: ocean view, 3 bdrm, 2  lull baths, appl., excellent W.  Sechell neighbourhood, 5440  Kensington Rd., $179,900. No  ss  Homes &  Properly  1.   Homes &  Properly  7.  Announcement  12. PetsS  Livestock  17. Garage Sale:  By ownei. beautilul ocean view. 5.6 acie limbered a secluded,  laige 1/2 acie on quiel cul-de-sac oceanview, 2100 sq. It. log house,  on Euieka oil Redroolls, level,   near completion $450,000. 885  selectively cleared, teady lo build,  $130,000.865-7456. #47w  5910.  SWEEPING OCEAN VIEW  Open house Sals  1-3 pm, 1472  Bonniebrook Hts. Rd��� Gibsons.  Living aieas enjoy view ol Georgia   Gibsons. Call eves, altei 5 pm  Strait and Vancouver Island. Spa-   686-0362.  VIEW Tastefully decorated 2  bdrm condo. Giound level entry.  Cenlral location, Oceanview Classics. Near schools 4 shopping  2 acres with view, very piivate.  $189,000 No agents. 886-3356   agents. 885-0230.  eves. #49c  Spectacular view ocean pioperty.  7819 Redroolls Rd.. 2 bdrms up, 2  down. 2 kitchens. LR, 2 baths.  Gas heat, 11 years old - nearly 1  acre land. Laige 2 car garage.  1279,900. Will hold balance. 885  7738. #49c  By builder new view home, Gibsons, 2050 sq. It. Gas heating, 3  bdrms, 2 t/2 baths, 2 gas lire-  places Lots ol extras. 817 Celes-  lial Place (Auroia Estates). Open  1 - 4. Twin Oaks Development  Corp. 886-4680, Hans.        (49c  Fitchett Road, 3 yr. old rancher,  1350 sq. II. 3 bdrm., 2 hill baths,  quiel area. $178.000.886-4626.  ��48w  SECHEIT  REALTY ITD.  il  OMYWHtn  MMI1S  cious and lighl. Tastefully appointed 3 bedroom. 2 bath with loom lo  grow 1994 built. No GST. Direcl  Irom builder $237,900. Offers  686-8445 ��47c  MUST SELL  Two serviced lots, 13.455 sq. tt.  and 12,616 sq It. $79,000 and  $75,000 in prime W. Sechelt area.  885-0634 ss  Roberts Creek 1/2 acre lol, fully  Ireed. serviced. Krause Rd., ofl  Marlene. 885-8260. #49c  Madeita Paik lot, Merrill Cresc,  cleared, 34 acre 885-0899.     ss  Commeicial lot, 38x100. Farnham  Rd. $79,999.985-0412 ss  Immaculate rancher, over 1300  sq. tl. on beautifully landscaped  1/2 acie site in Halfmoon Bay  area. 3 bdrm., 2 full baths, Ige. LR.  Foi sale by ownei, 2 bdim plus   DR, blight kitchen, lamily room,  mobile, 4 appl, 1/2 acre ���, piivate  new woodheater (CSA), 5 appl.,  New 3 bedroom rancher, dose lo  ferry and school. Designer kitchen,  sunken livingroom, vaulted ceiling,. Must see. $169,900. 886-  8581. #48w  lol - great buy. Currently rented at  $675. Call 885-3488 or 732-9247  (Van.). ss  One year old 2 bdim house, basement, view, $139,000 firm. No  agenls. 886-9049. ss  Commercial lot across from medical building, $95,000.985-0412.  SS  Ocean view, beachfront, lamily  home plus cabin, park-like extra  lot (2 acie parcel), Halfmoon Bay.  1-604-885-2771. ss  new roof, fenced, workshop,  gieenhouse, garden shed.  $163,500, drive by to view, 8155  Westwood. CaH 685-0556 to view.  PRIVATE SALE  DAVIS BAY VIEW  Vancouver - well-kept 3 yr. old  condominium, 11ge. bdrm., garden, patio, wheelchair acces., gas  F/P, 5 appl., near Skyttain 4 paik.  Tenanted, no agenls please.  View lot overlooking Madeira Park  Centre, 102 fl. frontage clear. Septic Ok. $65,000 obo. 883-9416 or  963-4392. ss  High bank w/l home, 2 bdrm, 2  bath, laige LR, brick t/p, large  solatium, exceptional aggregate  patio, BBQ. Situated In one of Ihe  most desireabie aieas of Ihe Sunshine Coasl, spectacular view of  Vane. Isl., Ml. Baker, Trail Islands.  Watch the cruise ships sail by. In a  park-like setting, all this and morel  No agents. For appl. to view. 685-  2397. ss  1800 sq II Rancher For Sale  Price reduced - pay no commission. Llghl i ally, only 1 yi old.  #530 Shaw Rd. 686-2820 Ol 886-  3191. Steve or Sher Pgr. #1-975-  1071 ss  ACREAGE ROBERTS CREEK  CRYSTAL ROAD. Quiel rural set-  ling, Ireed w/hydro access,4.3  acres, no agents please. 685-3469  DREAMWEAVERS  GIFT BASKETS  Our 3rd Christmas, becoming e  tradition. 685-1975. #47W  CLARITY COUNSELLING  Specializing in substance abuse,  relationships, trauma and women's  issues. Call Carolyn Lincoln,  R.P.C. 865-4672. #47w  S.C. 900 Date Line Great dalesl  Having a Chrislmas patty? Need  Coast gills and guys. Voice per-  cleaning? bartending? serving?  Geri'a Electrolux  1507 REED RD��� GIBSONS  8884053  Independent representalive serving the Sunshine Coast since  1979.  SALES-SERVICE-SUPPLIES  1994 Clearance. Great Prices.  Trades welcome. Klc  15* Western saddle,  $350. Horse harness,  tugs. $40. 885-5444.  exc. cond.,  Hames and  ��48c  sonals 1-900-451-3099 ext. 175.   Call 885-3502.  18+ T. lowne $3 29/min. Canada  900 Easton MD. #49w  *49w  Attn: non-profit oi charity organizations, sports groups, playschools,  Allied F. Lucas, #3 Big Maples, PAC committees, church groups,  welcome to Sechelt on youi 65th etc. Tiied of being refused funds  birthday) From Dad. (47c  or baking cookies? New fundiais-  Wanled: an educated, serious  rider lo lease / buy pleasant willing  eventing 16 1/2 h thoroughbred.  New barn, riding trails and large  ring avail. Vicinity Reed Rd., Gibsons. Call 886-8168, 886-9205  ask foi Loll. *48c  Purebred Doberman Pinchei puppies lot sale. $250.2 bit, 3 ted, 1  blue. 886-0164. (47c  Ashley's Books A Records  Will pay cosK for qualily,  good condilion PAPERBACK/  HARDCOVER BOOKS,  C.D.'s, RECORDS or TAPES  Please call ahead  885-8952  7. Announcements  YOGA IN GIBSONS  Moving Ihrough Hatha, Iyengar,  bieath and auta foices towaids  strength and openness of body  and sell. Wednesday. 9:15-10:45  am, Kinsmen Hall; Thursday, 7-  8:30 pm, St. Bait's. Drop In $7,  any 6 classes to Jan. 26, $48.  Dhyana 886-9737. (49c  Ing possibility. No investment  needed. For more information  come lo Qibsons Motot Inn Wed.,  Nov. 23 al 7 pm. (ptoof ot nonprofit status needed.)        (47c  Attention  Il's that lime ol year again. Don't  forget lo have youi chimney  cleaned.  PAUL'S CHIMNEY CLEANING  ���65.1938 (S2w  i   UNLIMITED   ,'  :free kms;  J    SKOOKUM    ���  i    CHRYSLER    ',  88  .'   Rental Cars   '  W. Sechelt, new 1350 sq. It. . M��. _._.. ,..,���  rancher. Dbl. gaiage, 2 full balhs, , __f OOP"**Val  3 bdims, skylight, natuial gas -----���--��-'  heat, maple cabinets, $169,900  885-7972 or 885-5405.  Roberts Creek, 1.0 acie, south-  em exposure, partially treed, building site cleared, percolation test  approved. Robinson Road oi  $145,000 sell or trade. Looking for  Wbodley Road access. $128,000.  MAIL ORDER/OPEN HOUSE  CHGICES^  *Wrf��.rr e.t.1���.' ,JM���r.~. St  Tliuisday, November 17  11:30 am-1:30 pm  &7-9pm  Seniors'Hall, Sechelt  A sneak preview and a  chance to shop the world!  For info: 885-9181  Thomas organ, mod. 263, $900  obo. 686-2300. (46c  Crystal Un-Rah will be here foi a  "song circle". Nov. 23. Phone 885-  8180 lot information. (47c  Lowtey electric keyboaid, never  used, $300,666-7565.        (49w  Yamaha Porta sound PSS-480  electronic keyboard w/adaploi.  $350obo.688-9103. ss  GRANVILLE ST. FLEA MARKET,  1313 Granville Street, 681-3939,  open I0am-5pm weekends and  holidays. 50c admission or non-  perishable donation to Vancouvei  food bank at Ihe door. Vendor registration daily 10am -5pm     (46w  Moving sale - furn., household,  tools. 13141 Claydon Rd. (SYC)  Garden Bay, 10am-3pm, Sat.,  Nov. 26.883-2246. (47w  TROPICAL FISH  Tanks ��� Supplies ��� Repairs  (48c  MOVING?  Need boxes? Stop by the Coasl  News office in Gibsons, Monday  mornings after 10:30 am.        tin  18. Barters Trade  Piano Tuning  a repairs  ��� appraisals  Km DalgWih  186-2843  ERROR RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASECHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Adnrtiuri ore oikad to listen corefuly 01 afl odi placed by  wtpnone   are   completely   read   bock   verifying   requested  ckuMKolion, skirt dote, number of insertions and o copy content.  We take extent care to avoid typographical wrors, howewr, in  em emt of an error, we ore responsible only for lhe first incorrect  insertion of on od. We do not assume ony responsibility far any  reason far on error in on od beyond he cost of the od itielf.  ������pott ony or  wwjfao  error IMMEDIATELY by cdtng U6-2622  " -Monday to Friday 9 pjn. to S pjn./  1200 sg. fl. rancher. 1-604-872-  3790, Tom. ss  Roberts Creek, 2300 sq. It. 2  storey, 4 bdrm plus home, 1 1/2  baths, Ige. family room, 2 f/p, quiet  cul-de-sac close lo beach.  $215,000. No agents. 886-3789.ss  PRICE REDUCED  ARTISTS PARADISE! H.M.B.  $194,900 buys lhe lifestyle e creative peison ciaves! Rural atmos-  5-7372.  COSTARICA  2.5 acre lot in Espeianza Ranch.  Serviced, private community, tropical paik with hiking/riding tiails,  swimming. Close to shopping,  beaches, restaurants, golfing.  $26,500,685-5157. ss  Educational and fun Christmas  gifts - Discovery Toys. Vanessa  885-3042. (49c  MATH TUTORING Does someone in youi family have  Calch up or get ahead. I tutor high a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  school and university. Rales and 686-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059.  location are negotiable. Doug, Al-Ateen 886-2565 or 885-7484.  886-9162. tins K    _   Nutrl Mattes. All natural beauty ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS   fam' aP|- ~*>45 in-You won'1  and health products, fine jewellery.  6854208,24 hour line. tfn   'ind a better onel Priced lo sell,  Korg Ml synth. wilh anvil road  case, $1000 obo. 886-7972 oi  686-4919. (48w  Apaitment size Baldwin piano,  good cond., 866-4291.       (46w  Privale piano lessons. Royal Conservatory. Beginners. Eileen Lewis  886-6588. (51c  Landclearing, reasonable rates or  trades. 686-4663 leave mess. (49c  Journeyman carpenter/builder with  good local references willing to  trade skills and or experience for  reliable van in good repair. 886-  9681. (47w  19. Appliances  WANTED: Fridge (rh) and stove,  white, good working cond., 885-  3572 eves. (49c  Portable dishwasher, good shape,  $150000.886-7972. (49w  Book now for your Christmas special. 885-9693 Doreen, 885-7541  Jackie. (48c  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  19  /*n  Autos  23  Barter A Trade  18  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  2  [GREAT!  Business and Home  Services  35  \IDEAi  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  Child Care  25  37  Commercial for Rent  32  Entertainment  33  M^^^B  For Rent  31  ������IMP  For Sale  21  *^^^  Found  11  Obituaries "  3  Free  16  Personal  6  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Oarage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  36  5  Home A Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  .15  Marine  26  Wanted to Rent  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings A  Motorcycles  28  Engagements  Work Wanted  9  Music  13  36  This is a little gem fot Ihe discriminating buyer. 1200 sq. fl., 4 yrs,  ,   _ sophisticated adult house, dose to  phere surrounded by nature and   ^ Chim^ ^        ^  wUNe. Eclectic style new 2 bdim. p|ac, ���,,���,���. gun-lillejl  kitchen; breakfast area opens onto  s/l patio 1 gaiden. 2 full balhs,  master ensuite. Big studio (easily  2 bdrms again!) Sky/It, extra big  windows. Matuie artistic landscaping, dog run snd kennel. Appliances. No agents. $174,900. Can  885-6010 to view. ss  Otf*>UR  sags*.  jSOHJ&jHtD  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ���l People Places M  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B*J STORE 8858555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt     ___]  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622  view home w. ful floor lor creative  endeavours. Details 885-2649 /  883-2687 SS  W. Sechelt, 5465 Mills, 3 bdrm.  rancher, new carpets in Lfl, hall 4  new lino in kit/bath. Airtight fiee  standing stove keeps home warm  and cozy in wintei, elec. heat,  dble. garage, ample pkg. lor RV  on cement drive, lenced back  yard. $169,500. 685-9307 tol free  pgi. 1-979-9128. SS  Close in - Qibsons lot, Trickle-  brook Way, $79,500.1-922-3559.  ss  Watertront lot, Sakinaw Lake. Sale  by owners. $150,000. Gary: eves,  1-872-2117, days, 1-685-7478 ss  Lol 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour. Ready to build, seplic in,  financing. 603-9597. ss  Beautifully appointed view home in  Halfmoon Bay area. New 2 bdim.,  2 bath, 2 storey home ot unique  character and style. Custom finishing snd detailing. You'd expect to  pay much more lot private .44  acre lot ol flat fertile giound, landscaped m. natural stream and  pond. 10 mins. lo Sechel, 5 min.  to Seciet Cove mooiage. Vendor  financing available. 885-2649/883-  2687 si  Seciet Cove. 2 bdrm condo, 6  appl.. view. Asking $149.900.594-  9310 is  W Sechelt, 1/4 acre OD, partial  view lot, fully serviced. Underground, paved w/curbs $79,900.  885-4862 ss  Custom 2400 sq. It. horns, 2 1/2  stories. 3 bdrm. 2 baths, vaulted  ceilings, oak floors and cabinets,  open floor plan. Ige in-law suite,  1000 sq ft heated shop, 1/2 acre  landscaped lol. Redrooffs area,  below appraisal, moving, must  sell. $225,000 885-7453.        ss  Apptox 5 yr old 3 bdtm ranchei  on quiet cul-de-sac in exc w  INVEST IN VOIR HEALTH  TOR TODAY AND TOMORROW.  ��� HttiKtos-y *******  ��� baataakiart&dKuitfM j  :**��uil todies  ellen besso  ���"$** ��� 1*ACER��  -^-��   ���ACUPRESSURE  REKI1  Biuce and Lorraine Gordon would  Hie to thank their daughter Randi  and Dwane tor the precious gift ol  their first grandchild, Dustyn Travis  Alan Bakfock, born November 4,  1994 at 10:57 pm, weighing 10  pounds, 5 ounces #47c  Debbie and Billy are pleased to  announce the arrival of their new  son Austin William Wray, born  November 5, 1994, weighing 7  pounds, 9 ounces. Austin has  many proud relatives. Thanks Dr.  Henderson, Sandra and Paige.  #470  Dylan Bilcik happily announces  tha birlh ol his sistei Ashley  Annemaiie. She arrived at 6:40  am on November 14,1994 and  weighed in al 7 pounds, 3 ounces.  Proud parents Bruce and Corinne  wish to thank Dr. Scott, RN Paige  Riccard and coaches Michelle and  Darcee. 147c  Children's Saturday Alt Classes.  9:30-11:30 am, St. Bartholomew's  Chuich, Gibsons. 1:30-3:30 pm,  SI. Aidan's Chuich Hall, Roberts  Creek. Commencing Nov. 12. Foi  Information please call 886-9)02.  POTTERY SALE  Handcrafted stoneware by Elaine  Futterman and Mlks Allegretti,  Creek Clayworks Studio Open  House, Saturday and Sunday,  Nov. 26 and 27,10am-5pm, 1738  Lockyer Rd, Robeits Creek. 885-  2395; M7w  Sunshine Savings Capilano College student bursaries are now  available - two $500 bursaries wi  be swarded to Iwo local residents  enroled at Capilano College. For  more info call Lori Wealherby 886-  0365 or Capilano College 885-  9310. ��47w  BODY SHOP PRODUCTS  Delivered to the Coast same price  as slots plus small shipping  charge For catalogue and order  cal 885-0290 or go to Van's Boutique on Wharf St. #47w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling, rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. ifns  SECHELT NATURAL THERAPY  CENTRE  $1,700. Days 865-9063: eves 685-  1918. #48c  WESTCOAST EXPLORERS  88M862  VICTORIAN COUNTRY XMAS  in Puyallup, Nov. 28 - 30. Whistler  SM Shuttle, Dec 6, 11,17,30,  31. $30 p/p. Includes pick up al  your door and feny. #48c  Do you have relatives/friends in  England with house 4 cat who  would lie lo exchange for same in  Gibsons lor vacation, summei ol  19957 Cal 866-2756. I49w  iliance  "BTteJS  Repair lo all makes of  major appliances. Sales  ol good used appliances  with warrantees.  Cell Harvey it 886-9959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  Matching GE washer 4 dryer. Boll V  exc cond. $200 u-fUftfiHn j  886-9453after3pm.    :.��Wc '  White fridge 4 stove, good cond.,  5750/both 886 3116 ��48w  Kenmoie washei and dryer. $650;  5 cu. It. Ireezei, $150, both near  new. 866-0460. #47w  Admiral dryer, $75: GE dryer,  $200 885-9700 #47c  20 Furniture  Moving. Musl SOI!  Old English style dining room buffet and hutch, table, 4 side, 2 arm  Offers cleansing piogiams, colonic  *"*" ����nted ��� deer, moose, ei.  inigation and Bio-Kinesiology  (muscle testing). Cal Carolyn 885-  8M7. I47w  Sunshine Coeet  Transition House.  A sale place tor women and children ki crisis. Fiee confidential 24  hour service 888-2*44 tin  Attention Hunters: untanned deei,  elk hides. 886-7727. M9c  Portable CD player, call Sue 886-  2822. Klc  chairs. $1200; English collage  style cream floral couch and love  seal, sel $600, or couch $400,  love seal, $200; Lazy-boy, $20.  8869976. ��49c  Singles or sets. Rick, 683-2984.   Mfc  Colourful peacock leathers at tea- Six drawer dressing table w/mirior.  sonabls price. 684-2281 days, good cond, $50.886-3032. ��49w  886-7556 eves.  #47c  GRIMMETT: Alice Helen (nee Bur-  ley) In her 94th yen on Saturday,  November 12,1994 Survived by  Iwo daughters. Joan Myers (Ted)  ol Wesl Vancouvei and Mary Henderson (Rocky) of Sechelt. six  grandcMdien and 11 great grandchildren No service by request In  lieu of flowers, donations to the  Arthnts Society would be appreciated I47C  Release Stress  Accelerate Health,  Creativity * Self Esteem  Garry Gallagher MM.  educating for Wellness  with pcnonallicd coaching  ���nd hands on workshops  885-3685  Minolts Wsathsr-matic 35 mm  diver's camera, lost Thurs., Nov.  10, Porpoise Bay area, by dock al IJMJJl  Lighhouse. 685-2273, leave message lor Keilh. ��47c  Sel ol cultivating discs In tractor.  685-5444. M8w  CASH PAID  for old clocks, pockst watches,  grandfather clocks, working or not.  Jewellery, okf toys, anything old.  I48w  SECRETARIAL SERVICE  Black and lan coon hound,  Egmont area, Nov. 4. Reward.  883-2964. 147c  Umbrella stroller, while & Mue. left  at the Cenotaph, Sechel on Nov.  11 885-3319. Charon #27c  HELP  Wanted: Reasonably priced lire-  place insert, must be flush fitting  on Ironl lace with glass dooi,  opening measurements aie 36'  wide, 30" high, 18' deep, must be  certified oi approved model. 886-  7214. ��48w  Cat slereo: am/lm cassette stereo  tot buck Wiling to pay up lo $40  BOARD STRETCHER  Veil, no, we can 'I  stretch your board, but  we can plane it joint It,  saw tt, slot II, thickness  sand il, elc.  r/tff CttTefftT/y  CABINET MAKEi  ___________\  Sklar Peppier beige velvet 3 seat  chesterfield, good cond , $250  886-3354.     M9w  Oueen waterbed w/frame, headboard t heater. Exc cond $165  885-0385. ��49c  Couch w/2 matching wing chairs.  ��48c  Your letters, resumes, etc typed MlMirl�� "om Lynwood Rd. off Call 886-7355. and leave mes- $550 obo 885-5478  professionally. Confidential. Fax Lockyer, long haired neut. male  sage dns    "  seivice available Reasonable .black 1 white cal wearing ted collates 865-4237                ��47w let t lag 885-4144         ��48cpd  Thank you lo Ihe doctors and  Sechelt neighbourhood. Easy   nurses al St. Mary s and all my  530 pm. place: Anglican Chuich  maintenance yard and 10x10  Mends tor Ihe flowers cards and   H,H' cm�� ��' HwV 101 ��� N.  shed $159,900.865-7052.      ss  best wishes Much appreciated.  Psm Spence. M7c  ���Fitco Style" step classes with To the one who plcksd up my  Rhonda and Roslyn, Mon. Wed 4 black vest with valuables in Ihe  Thurs 5 30 pm Wed J Fri 930  PMM- 986 8934 ��47c  am New class 'Slop 4 Body  Sculpt' starting Tues., Nov. 29  Inglis Heights  18 lot lully serviced subdivision  nexl to Oceanmount Estsles in  Gibsons. Avail, early '95. Take  advantage now of low pie-con-  struction prices. Starling at  $74,900. Phone 886-6691.   ��52w  Stchelt Home By Builder  Ouality plus throughout. Vaulted  living area. 3 bdrms. up. Privale  master suile w/deluxe ensuite.  Lois of windows, woodwork and  details. Excellent value at  $199,900 Francis Peninsula lot  also for sale. 885-0899. ss  Sunshine Coast Daleline. 1-900-  451-3564ext. 1973 $2 99per  minute. 18 and older VE i  .51*  CAMEO  SINGLES CLUB  Come and meet each other lor  companionship, fun and many  interesting activities Jo.r. ^ Cat  885-538401886-0954 ttn  Road. $4 Drop* or $36/10 chases Mtw  LANDED MMKUUNTSI  Amet csn hslp you bscome a  Canadian citizen. 885-1917. 149c  FORST POTTERY  Open Wednesday thru Saturday 9  am to 5 pm or by appointment.  1040 Chamberlin Rd��� Gibsons.  886-2543. *48w  ATTENTION ARTISANS  Looking loi handcrafted artwork  Set 0! keys tound at Subway 147c  Wateibed liner left behind when  buyer picked up wateibed ki Rbts.  Ck about 3 wks ago 886-2925  Downfall of Temleham; books with  dusl/ackets. antique recoids Allan  885-0991 Mtw  BUYING COINS  Bank Notes  Gold t Silver  Video Etc  886-8312  tin  Vilas maple d/i suite; coffee table,  2 end tables, oak hoosier. 3/4 size  twin biass beds, circa 1890;  mahogany princess vanity ml  cheval mirror; Sheridan Inlaid  mahogany Mr 4 Mrs. dressers;  floral chesterfield 4 love seal;  Royal Albert's "Pet* Point" china,  setting lot 12 serving pees. elc.  885-3165 ��47c  Love seal, 1 yi. ok), dusty rose floral, value $900, sell $500.685-  4213. #47W  Kayaking llie jacket, comfy 4  cheap, cal 886-7355 tins  White rabbit w/soms brown in    "��� .   K���,  SelmPek aiea, Nov. 16.885-7404  flunk beds, twin bed 4 king size d/w, $250; Boston rocker, $125;  Wall unit, like new, $275; port.  147c  bed,  upright  freezer,  dressers 885-0665 eves.  For sale by owner: 3 bedroom  rancher on 36 acre, 6098 Alder-  wood Road, Hallmoon Bay,  $169,900. Don, days at 885-2201.   "��'. S7A. C3. Gibsons. BC VON  evenings 885-0944 ss   1V0. I48���  Attractive senioi widow, interested  In many activities, seeks unattached gentleman, 65*. n/s for  meaningful relationship Reply to  wih West Coasl flavour or nautical Wanted: loving home 11/2 yr. old Free lo good home, 2 yi. okf Aus-  theme. For showing at 444 Gower *i"* Rottwlei. Speyed, has all lranan BlM Hltlt, ���,���, ma|,  Pt.Rd,cal886-9213.        ��47w  i** P*J negotiable Shane or ,���, ,,     0,    , h (     ,,,.       Andrea 325-3085 eves, 676-3076  ,���. ...  THE 1 SPACE IN OILS          ....  3025 #47c  Ail exhibit and sale leaturing  paintings and sawMade clocks by  Martha Griffith. Nov. 12 to Dec. 2.  Hunter Gallery. Lower Gibsons  868-9022 or 885-9997 149c  message.  I48C  PH SITTING  Loving cere ol your animal Mends  by an experienced 'handler' Cal  Veia 886-8159 I49w  3025  Female Brittany Spaniel, 5 yis  old, spayed, loving family pel. 685  3165 M7c  pine exetcise bike, $85; dinette suite,  ��47w  $550. swivel rocker. $150. 665-  88�� _M7c  Black, brass and glass dining  room suite, 4 chaiis incl, $250  obo 886-7827     tin,  Giandfalhei clock from Germany,  oak, many featurei, 3 chimes  $8000.686-8550 ���  21. For Sale  For Christmas - Large hand-paint-  ed, laminated cartoons. $35-$40  886-7823 M9c Coast News, November 21, 1994        17  21. For Sale  21. For Sale  21. For Sale  25. Campers & RVs  EXERCISE BIKE with monitor  tracks speed etc., neatly new,  $100; RECLINER with mechanism  rocking option, motion and heatei,  $75; 2 double mattiesses, $10  each. 886-3335. M8c  Klein Rascall full XT with XTR  shifters.Tlbai Brodie foiks bai  ends. Control tech. stem etc.,  $1400 obo, paid $1750.686-0238.  M9w  Piopane RU lurnace and misc.  Hems, offers. 886-0120       149w  WANTED: Portable CD player, call  Sue 886-2622. *5tw  RSF wood stove, super efficient  airtight, can be thermostatically  controlled. Rated at 3,000-45,000  B,T.U./hi. Incl. screen, thermostat,  tools and wood carrier, $475 obo.  921-7720. #49w  Canopy lor small truck, $125;  woodstove, good cond., $75.865-  0495. M9w  Christmas   guests   coming?  Solabed, dbl. size, beige/brown  (moving), $75.1-804-885-0255.  Mtw  Photocopies only 15�� on Suncoast  Writers Forge brand new copy  machine In Sunshine Coasl TV,  Cowrie SI. Only 10c for members  ��47c  Aged horse manure foi sale $20  per P/U or 2/$30. Roberts Creek,  685-9969. M9w  Firewood, 1 honest coid, tate  negotiable. Call John 886-7484.  M9w  Yamaha 180c skis Salomon bindings and poles, used twice, $150.  866-9706. ��49w  Hammond organ, model 126, exc.  cond., $1100 obo. 686-8451.Mtw  Full size H/D oldei style canopy,  good shape, $100.883-2508.M9W  Winchester model 70, 300 magnum, ebony tor-end and grip-cap  w/whiteline spacers. Scope, sling  and case w/100 rounds, $625.  685-9565. M9w  Sci-fi books, classic authors, some  tare, some complete collections,  $30,883-9402. #49w  Minolta lax machine w/manual,  $100; 2400 BPS modem, $25.  885-9565. M7c  Phoenix space heatei, F/P insert,  $350,885-3172. Mtw  TOP SOIL  Computei foi sale, IBM Compat.  386 DX1 year old, Ms of room lor  upgiading, Monochrome monitor,  mouse programs, 51/4 inch and 3  1/2 inch disk drives, good deall  $680. Call 886-3419. Ifns  The  Coast  News:  The Sunshine  Coast's  first choice  for news, sports  & entertainment  coverage!  Local  HONEY  Blackberry 4 Fireweed  886-2127.  ��48c  Moving: Chest Ireezer, bar fridge,  5HP lawnmower, gas whippersnlp-  per, palio set, BBO, graphite basketball outfit, boys bike, ladles  skates, 20' TV, Nintendo. 886-  3075. ��46w  Snowboard lor sale, 160E Sims  Ace Freeiide with bindings, $175.  886-8746. M8w  Two pairs X-country skis. Call all.  6pm 886-4697. M8w  Kingston airtight woodstove, $150.  665-9068. ��48w  Older slove, good woiking order,  $75; deluxe thread mill, Vitamaslei  850 from Sears, like new, has  grade, pulse, calories, speed, distance all recorded, $700. 885-  5485. M8w  Brand new, slill In box, Bose 151  indoor/outdoor speakers, $200.  666-8051. #48w  Child's bike, suitable for 5 yr. old,  BRC Scooter red mountain bike, 5  spd., alloy wheels, like new, $150.  686-7151. *48w  Chesterfield suite, $60; chest ol  drawers, $25; misc. household  Hems. 885-0987. ��48c  Newer model 70, 300 Winchester  Magnum w/extras, $650 obo. FAC  cert, teq'd. 885-1063. M8c  TROPICAL FISH  Tanks-Supplies-Repairs  New carpels: 40-80 oz/yd., 1-29  yd. $750: 1-52 yd., $1,000; 1-32  yd. $400; 2-20 yd.. $250. 885-  2096. M7W  Stunning wedding dress, while  satin, 5' train, pearls, sequins, size  6, paid $1400, asking $700. 866-  0536. ss  Laser printei, Hewlett Packard,  Laserjet Series 1.886-4169. M9w  Slate blue conlemp. sola and  chair, $350; war history book collection (approx. 100 books), $500;  black laquer/glass/brass sofa 4  coffee table, $75 ea. Husqvarna  30-06 FAC req., $350; misc.  items., cash onty please. Call 886-  8136. M7w  Jotul l/p / woodstove made In Finland, heats 800-1,000 sq. ft., $450;  2 pr. 14 in. snow tires, $30/pr. 885-  9700. M7c  Like new crib, high chair, stroller  and car seal, also hockey equip,  (foi Tykes 4 Youth). 885-7232.  M7c  6,000 lb. wain winch w/remote,  $500 obo; CD player, dual cassette, ghetto blaster w/iemote,  new $460, sell $300 obo (only 6  mos. use). 685-0626. M7c  New queen size goose down  duvet cover, pillow cases, $300.  885-2743. M7w  4xBF Goodrich radial mud terrain  TA tires, rally rims, 6 stud; 2  spares on rims w/lront end tlie  mount, $350.885-2252.     M7w  Two Junior beds, 1 ted metal  w/mattiess. $50.1 wooden w/mst-  tress, $100; Evenlio cai seal, $35;  ballet shoes, size 11. $10; folding  closet dooi (32x80), biand new,  $35; 11 prints (early Canada),  mounted, $5 ea; electric grass  trimmer (14' cul), $40; sun/health  lamp, $20.886-4856,886-7190.  M7C  Recliner chair, $35; Papasan  chair, $50; adult 10 spd. bike, $50;  child's Kuahara bike, $30; largest  insert woodslove, $100.886-9420.  M7  ^WASHINGTON N  and BC INTERIOR  FOR SALE  fHONI��W-7IOO  Shower curtain rings and tod, $20;  2'4'x6'8" bathroom door c/w hardware lambs 4 trim, white finish,  $50; Like new queen sized bed  chesterfield was $1800, priced et  $1350.8864435. M7c  H/D tool box, handle 4 trays, $75;  satellite dish, $350.685-2213.  ���12yrd.load  Sechelt area  PH: DOUG 805-5070  Bauer loderhlades, size 9-10, wkh  gloves, like new, $75; Nintendo  entertainment system, w/zsppei  gun, 6 games, laser scope head  gear, $175; Turbo-Gralx w/2  games, $40; Nintendo Quickshol.  $50 obo; Gameboy w/4 games,  cAv pouch, exc. cond., $115.683-  9112. M9w  Venus dress lorm, $50; small truck  override, spring kit, $50; Navajo  CB base stn. 4 aerial, $50. 885-  38M. M9w  1082 Mazda GLC lot parts; beel  Iridge, $35; wood stove ��� 1/2 coid  firewood snd 30 fl pipe, $1 SO obo.  8864448 pish. mess.      Miw  Gym equip.: 1 boxing (punching  bag 4 gloves); 1 ksiate spring  bag; 1 barbell, weights 4 bench.  885-4431 eves. M9w  English all-purpose saddle, exc.  cond., $800; B/l D/W, $75; dryer,  $45; twin manress, $10 885-5062  Radial arm saw, 10 in. deluxe c/w  stand 4 dust collector, $350.885-  8895 eves ��49w  INEXPENSIVE FIREWOOD  Rsd cedai, split 4 delivered,  $85/cord or U/P/U $60/coid. lit  and cypress svsil. $t 10/cord oi  U/P/U $85/cotd. 885-2339 7-9 pm  M9w  Laige 6x7x3 wooden old-lash-  loned relridgerator. $250 886-  2817 I49C  FIREWOOD  Cut. split and delivered. $75 /pick  upload 615-4438. M9c  Need something done bul don'l  know exactly how to do It? Call  Nsw Millenium Inventor's Society.  8850654 Mtc  Renovation sale. U-shspe oak  kitchen, bathroom vanities, blue  bathroom fixtures, etc. 666-2503,  88(4170. M9c  Computers 486DX2. $1950. Pentium, $2996. Call to details N4N  Plus. 886-3737. M9c  Older Viking jet spisy portable  dishwasher, woiks good, $40 obo  886-2088 Mtc  Two single bufc florescent lighl fixtures, $45/both; 2 elegsnt end  tables, cherry wood, $180/both.  686-8346 eves M9c  Dot matrix Panasonic printer. VCR  Sony cassette, turn table, microphone 885 5586 M9c  M6c  Microwave, $100; twin beds,  French Provincial, $150 ea.; Kenmoie sewing machine, $75;.  sewing machine cabinet, $100;  exercise bike, $30.886-2300. *48c  Oil lurnace and lank, $200; u-buiIt  tent trailer, $500.883-2555.  M6c  Mountain Air airtight woodslove,  $150; Fisher Price nursery monitor, $25:1 p. bedrail. $15; oval oak  bevelled glass mirror, $100. 885-  3025. MBc  CHRISTMAS GIFT BASKETS  Why wait? Order your Christmas  gift baskets nowf Select from out  brochure, order a customized basket, oi oider our new 'Coast  Christmas' basket featuring Coast-  created gift items. KELLEC-  TABLE GIFT BASKETS, III  $717. Free delivery In Gibsons.  Hit*  Bausr Suprsme junior hockey  skates, size 11, $30; kid's wagon,  $20; boy's pis-school 2 wheel  bike, $15; pre-schooler toys. Call  to view. 8864445. MBc  Neo Geo 24 bit arcade home system. Comes with Nam 1975, Magi-  clan Lord and Samurai Showdown  plus 2 joysticks, hookups and  boxes. Great for Christmas. Exc.  cond., cosl over $1500, asking  $500.886-9440 ask for Prakash.  M7w  All guns and senders, shaper. 10'  planer, 10' compound mine drill  press, table sander, drills, recip.  saw, grinder, compressor, spray  guns, etc. 883-2370.        M7w  Sears color 16' portable TV. $135;  3 hp B4S horizontal shall motor,  good runner, $125; Electrolux canister vacuum, $20; Mustang floater  suit XL, $150 or bade tor medium.  886-4574. M7w  Prof, steel drafting table 4  machine, $700' villous photographic aad darkfoom equfrmrt;  car stereos! spssksis 4 auto  gauges; various tools. Call 886-  9580. M7c  HA.K  ":ltl��*0��J  Garden Mix A Manure  Compost Blend  Bark Mulch * Nuggets  Lava Rock  Sands & Gravels  Landscape Cloth  Concrete Blocks,  Slabs tt Ornaments  Planters  Drainage Pipe etc  OPENMON^AT.  SUNCO  Recycled Building MeHerioli  French DoouAil.-F.xt. Ooori  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  Lighting/Kilchen A  Bathroom Fixture* e*c  Vhatotrtltnorctsl  ������*���������������  5453 WhorfRd, Sechell  Recycle A atvtm  MON-SAT9om-Jpm  Truck canopy, full size, $100;  Navajo TRC450 am/ssb, 40 channel CB base tin., w/anlenna,  $350; Realistic am/ssb 40 channel  mobile CB wilh dual antenna.  $200 8851083 M8C  Natutal gas healer. 47.000 blu.  dual fan. new $1200 $350. 885  4804 SS  Four 19S-60R15 winter studded  radials, $25 es.; Loiance X-15B  sonar printout sounder, $150.885-  6414 alter 5 pm. 148c  John Wood 40 gal. electric hot  water tank, almost new, $250.  8854343 M7c  Efel wood stove, glass door, beautiful shape, $275.8854506.    tt  Girls bike, $75; Graco playpen,  $100; small organ, $75; hulch,  $40,886-7511. M7w  Roberts Creek. Lamb, cut and  wrapped. 885-5466. ��47w  Large Whitfield petal stove. 4 yrs.  old, $400. Lazy Boy blue-grey  recliner as new $300 886-9983  M7w  Oil furnace/thermostat. 61.000  BTU 4 oil tank, complete, $295  obo .885-4804 Bob. ss  MWffUOOKNDllD.  Vour compkrta septic  service now hat in slock  plastic tanks:  ��� Seplic Tanks  ���DBoxes  ��� Holding Tanks  - Sewage Pumps  VARIOUS SIZES &  MODELS AVAILABLE  toe tht *MiT pric. on th. coasl  call 116-7064  MOVING SALE  Ikes kitchen labia 4 chain, $350;  hulch; single bed; recliner; rocker;  assorted kitchenwaie. lamps, elc.  888-4824 I48w  Admiral washsr 4 dryer, wss  $1400 new, Mil $700 ssl, 2 yis.  old, ladies 7/8 Dachstein ski boots.  new $500, set $250, child's skis 4  boots, size 11. $25.685-9755  I  SEASONED FIREWOOD  $1$ pei measured cord, Red  Alder, Douglas-Fir. Western Hemlock. Spkt or round "VULE' logs (3  to 6 inches ki diam). Any combin.  youi choice 881-2501 delivered  M8w  Remington 30-06 pump  Gamemaster. model 7(0, F.AC,  cert, ieq., $285 obo. 685-1071,  Highchair. $55; crib, $85; ttrotei,  $85; change table, $30; boy's 2IT  Dike. $30 8864373. 147c  7 ft wet bar wkh 4 stools, approx.  80 yds. carpeting; industrial elec  ventilation Ian 885-7669     M7c  Wooden baby crib 4 mattress, 10  yrs. old, $65.885-1929.      M7c  40 gal. elect, water healer; 2, 7 ll.  elect, b/b healers; Fischer Baby  Bear slove; Sanyo ghetto blaster;  all negot. Brand new semi-pro S-  VHS GE camcoidei w/super editing capabilities 4 access., purchased $2500, sell $1500. 885-  5815. M7c  Walk-behind anlique tractor, $200;  45 gal. panels, $10 ea.; 4 Suzuki  fires w/rims, $40; end tables, coffee table, $40; coffee table, $30;  dehydrator, $20; small smoker,  $10; prop Shalt 4 trans, for small  boat, $150; 250 gal. galv. w/tank  on trailer, $250; 11 hp riding lawn  mower, suitable for pulling wagon,  $250.8854289 after 4 pm.  M7c  LOOKING FOR A UNIQUE  CHRISTMAS GIFT? Locally hand-  cratted, beautifully finished burl  clocks, keyhangeis, desk sets,  jewelry hangers, stc. Useful as  well as decorative! Various sizes  and prices. To view or order 885-  2574. Mtw  '73 VW Beetle New painl, brakes,  tires, engine, cheap on gas. $1995  obo. '68 Dodge, good slanl 6  motor, runs well, just needs Iront  windshield, $250.866-0662. ��48c  '73 Supei Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. ss  78 GMC Vandura 150, 6 cyl.  auto.. 250 ci, $600.885-8864.   #48w  '76 Camaro, aulo., Uniroyal GTS  tiies, AM/FM, casselte, $1500  Obo. Call 886-2910 alt. 5pm. M9w  HERE'S A GOOD ONE!  '78 Chev Malibu 4 dooi, auto.,  PS/PB, one owner, 58,000 orig.  miles, clean, sound and runs  great, $895. Biandon 886-4210.    M9w  Wrecking '78 Ford Mustang, V6,  mags, all or parts. 886.8846. Mtw  '76 Toyota Landciulsei, 2 tops,  winch, $4800.885-7716.     #49w  1979  79 Pontiac Parisienne, lully  loaded, new brakes, tires, alt.  $1200.885-0648. ss  79 Porsche 924, 5 spd., 72,000  mi., new tires, clutch, majoi lune  up. Tiade foi cat, boal? $4,200.  8864161. ss  79 Mercedes 300, Euiopean  model, wagon, seats 7, s/ioof,  leather, exc. $8500.8654294. ss  1980  '80 Sunbird runs good, body ok,  needs battery, $575 obo. 866-  9681. M7w  1M1  '81 Cougar 2 dooi, auto, sun roof,  new biakes. $700 obo. 686-3993  191  '66 Mercury Tracer LS, as new,  27,000 kms, mint cond., $6500  obo. 885-7006. M9c  88 Tracer, good cond., $3500.  686-3032. M9w  '88 Ford Tempo 4 dr., 5 spd., air,  am/lm, $2750.885-6412.        ss  '88 Chev Eurosport Celebrity  wagon. 5 spd, 108,000 kms, a/c,  am/fm cass., one owner. Exc.  shape. Price reduced lo $5500  obo. 865-3727 ss  '86 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunroof w/aii. Exc. cond. $6,600 obo.  686-7854 aft. 5:30pm. ss  1989  '69 Pontiac Tempest 4 dr.A/C,  P/B, P/S, 6 cyl. auto., 70,000 kms.,  exc, cond., AM/FM stereo cass.,  all seasons 4 snow tires, $6,000  obo. 8654390. ss  IWO  '90 Suzuki Swift GLX 4 dr. sdn.  wilh Euro sport kit, 85,000 km, one  n/s ownei, good mileage, 5 spd.  Exc. maintenance kept. Asking  $5600. Must be seen. 886-9572.  MBC  1911  'tl Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, while, exc. cond., 35.000  kms, $15,000 obo. 686-3623.   ss  '91 Bonneville SE, loaded, lady  driven, 42,000 kms, $14,000.886-  3075. Mtw  '91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp., 2 dr.,  all, tilt 4 cass. $8800.886-2688.  ���vmss  TRUCK*  EQUIPMENT  Auto Recyclers  I Free Scrap Car Removal |  Buying Late Models  Towing  For att your  \renovatieyn needs call  BBlfCB RANDALL  '  CONTHACTW6  ���Residential  ���Commercial  . Free Estimates  Call Bruce MS-1949  886-3880  '82 Toyota Tercel, 4 sp. standard,  ,2 dr. sedan. 169.400 kms., $700.  66#4727, M7*  '82 Z-28 T-tops, lady driven,  garage kept, stored winters. $5000  obo. 8864351. ss  '82 Ford Mustang, 117,000 k's, 6  cyl. auto. Very good condition.  $2500. Cat 8864366. tt  1N3  '83 Chevy Celebrity, good cond,  low mileage, AM/FM Cass.,  $2000. Extra tire, new muffler:  886-9619 eves. MTW  DECEMBER  FOREST PRODUCTS  Mixed firewood, split 4 delivered.  Ful cords. $100, cedar evak 886-  0349. M7c  Mad. sizs blue Regency woodslove, good cond.. $385.866-  7873. M8w  1K4  Two 3-spd. folding bikes, ideal lor  RVs or boats. Uie nsw. 886-9992.  tt  SX20 telephone switchboard,  S2 Mazda RX7, good ootid., new  great lor motel. Some phones ind.   dutch, brakes, $3100.6864032.  $3800.885-1068. ss     SS  HEYI Ws heve the best smoked  salmon ki town (Indian Style). Also  shrimp. Cill us 886-0274 9am-  6pm. M7w  Hey/Straw $4-00 belt  Garden mulch hey, M.50  Cat Muit.  OsMerley.lOtlb.  Cdl between 12-lpm. 8884397.  Ifn  AMAZWOIl  MuW-um carts.. Great tor hauling lirewood, parcels, pails, you  name Hi Two-wheeled, heavy wve  Irame, royal blue, $30 ea. Hurry!  Quantities are limited! See al  Sechell Coatt News oflice, 5721  Cowrie St. or Gibsons Coasl News  olfice (behind Dockside Pharmacy), Mon-Fri, 9-5 pm. Ifn  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  'M Pontiac Sunbird, exc. cond.,  $4500 8854586 ��48c  '84 Escort wagon, 160,000 km,  new tiies, $700 883-2992.   Mtc  '84 VW Rabbit. 51.000 orig. mi,  aulo., A/C, sunroof, CD/slereo,  recent luneup, $3200 obo. 885-  4741. M7w  ���M Honda Civic hatchback 1500S  std.. I owner, exc. cond. $3485  lirm. Call 865-3943 and leave  ss  Green Onion Earth Station  th  Colour pencil portraits Irom your  lavourite photo. Pets, lamily,  Iriends fxl2', $35 Send cheque  or M/O along wkh photo to P.O.  Box 291. Gibsons, BCVON IVO  Pis. allow 6-8 wks. foi delivery  Satisfaction guaranteed ot money  refunded. Ifns  250 gal oil lank (lull), lower Gib-  sons. Swap tor utility trailer, yard-  work, w.h.y. 6854433 u  Sears V garage door 4 openei  (new $1000) $550 8854244    ss  'M Crown Victoria auto, o/d, d/l,  ale*extras,$2950.685-9648. ss  ���  INS  '85 Aries K car, station wagon.  75.000 km, air conditioning,  $1500.886-7207. ss  Mazda fog lights, brand new. in  box. $85 886-7096. M6w   1120s   1923 Model T, 350 IM dual  tours, tunnel rem, ex-show, veiy  fast, head turner. $12,000 obo or  pi. pyment. on boal suitable foi  charter. 888-7704. ss  '67 Malibu. 2 door. exc. cond.  $3200 8664336 ss  70s  70 Volvo stn. wgn, needs some  woik. $800.685-6264. Nicole #47c  78 Dodge window van, reasonably good cond, $550.866-8325.  Mtw  78 Chev van, must sell, $1000  obo. 8864120. ��49w  Full size Bronco 4X4, 189 XLT  mod., 50,000 kms., loaded,  $16,000, must see. 885-9892.  ss  1980  '80 3/4-1 ton Chev Hat deck, very  good engine, deck w/tool boxes,  $1800.685-9869 after 6 pm. #49c  '80 Ford XLT 1/2 ton, exc. cond.  885-7137. M7c  '80 Dodge 3/4 Ion extended club  cab. Reliable work Iruck, $1500.  666-7207. ss  1981  '81 Suzuki 4x4, good cond. 885-  2736. M7c  '81 GMC P/U ml campei oi nol.  New brakes, new transmission,  some rust. Moving, must sell.  $1000 obo. 8664396.        M8w  1982  '82 Dodge 4X4. 318 auto, 2nd  owner, clean, loaded, must sell,  $4800 obo. 885-1085. ss  '82 Toyota P/U, low mileage,  aulo, Brahma canopy, $1250.  685-7470. #46w  1M4  '64 Toyota 4x4 wilh matching  canopy, new tires. $5,600. 885-  3374. ss  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  ss  1912  '82 Toyota Celica GT, 5 spd., reliable, $575. '65 Comet Callente, 2  dr., 289 4 bbl auto, p/s, gov't  Inspected, $2500 or trade. 886-  8649. M7c  1992  '92 Aerostar, 7 pass. Exc. cond.  42,000 km. 886-7524 eves,     ss  1993  '84 Nissan pickup, ugly but working, $750.886-6061,5-7 pm.MOw  1M5  Powei tailgate lor 1 ton, $1500  Obo. 885-4116. M7c  3 ton Ford crew cab, propane dual  ram dump, removable sides,  $7000 obo. 883-2800.        M7w  1 ton 4x4 Jeep truck retired W.W.  Upholstery Boal Hauler, new interiors, tiies etc, good cond, $4500  Invested, best offer. 866-4688.  M7w  50s  '55 Chevy pick up, 283 4 spd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor, rebuilt,  $1500.685-5487. a  70s  72 GMC Jimmy 4X4, black FG  lop, $2000 obo. 8854537.   M7w  72 Chevy 3 ton flat deck with hiab,  $1200.886-3977. #48w  74 Chevy 3/4 ton custom deluxe  P/U, good cond,, exc. runner, am  f/g canopy, $2450 obo. 885-1079.  '65 F150 6 cyl. aulo., box finer,  canopy. Good economical truck.  $4500000.886-4795. ss  '85 Ford F150 XLT, ext. cab,  canopy, 351, s/new parls, gd.  cond, $6900.6654109.        ss  1986  '86 Dodge van 1/2 Ion L.W.B.6 cyl.  rbll, aulo trans., rear seal,  106,000 kms, no rust, good cond,  $3700.866-9452. M7w  1987  '87 Foid Ranger, diesel, $3000.  883-2663. M9w  75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,  completely rebuilt, price slashed  $4995.885-7518. SS  76 Ford F250, only 65,000 miles,  w/canopy, tool box, 390 cu. ki��� 4  spd. $1750obo. 8864126.   M8c  76 Dodge window van on  propane. Part or whole. Drive  home. $795 obo. 885-0531.  M7c  76 Chev shortbox slspside Iruck,  updated appearance. Offers welcome or trade tor motorcycle. 886-  7972 eves. MBw  77 Ford 150 4x4. 80 box. new  tkes, lull box. Good cond. $2600  obo 886-4650 ss  77 Dodge 1/2 Ion, runs grsal,  good work truck, $600 obo 885-  1079. MBw  79 GMC van. $300 obo. 885-  5277. M7c  78 F250 VS standard, good  shape. $800 firm. 888-2391. #47e  '88 F450,460 5 sp, on propane  w/pwr. tail gale, $9500 obo. 886-  9681. M7w  '88 Toyota 4X4 SR5, V6 5 spd,  Mack, $12,000.865-1813.   #48w  IM  '89 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp,  can, dean 4 comlortable, $9600.  885-2133. ss  1M0  '90 Ford Rsnger ext. cab, exc.  cond., 5 spd, V6, $9000. 685-  5506. tt  to Ford F350 crew cab 4X4, long  box, new tires, Hans., sit. 4  starter. Asking $16,940 883-9177  Ralph or Kort, 883-2963. SS  1M1  '91 Chsv SIO 4 cyl., economical,  new tires. $5500 firm. 886-7098.  26 ft. Okanagan 5th wheel, new  tiies, battery, carpets. $9,250;  w/'B6 Ford Supercab Larlet,  $15,950,685-0202. SS  1981 Camporvan, the only one like  it on Ihe Coast, with a side fold out  bdrm. plus all other usual camping  equip, $10,500.886-2155.  M9w  See this beauty before you buy. 29  1/2 ft. Bonaii trailer. Ideal lor  snowbirds. Queen real bed, 2 dr.  model, large 2 di fiidge, full bath,  sleeps 6, air and awning. $14,500.  883-2409. ss  1977 Nomad 20 1/2 fool Havel  trailer, 3 way Iridge, stabilizer bars,  good condition, as is $2500. 886-  2504. tins  Travel trailer by Terry. Spacious,  full kit, bath, sleeps 6. Immaculate  cond. Phone 885-4046 eves foi  viewing. Priced to sell. ss  21' Nomad Tandem travel trailer,  full balhroom, stove, Iridge, furnace. Sleeps 6. $3950.885-3996  ss  20 ft. Frontier, shower, toilet,  stove, lurnace. fridge, all working.  Recond engine.$7000obo.Can  be seen al #63, Wilson Ctk. RV  Paik ss  8x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and  good cond. 885-2100. ss  1977 VW Westfalia, fully camper-  ized, exc. cond, no rust, $4500  886-8846. M9w  22 ft. motorhome for rent, F/T oi  P/T, on oi off W/F propeity in  Sechelt, pet ok. Cell *1-3294090  lv. mess. Mtw  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  75 Dodge Tradesman 500 campei  van, good cond., new biakes,  $2800.1975 Custom Koach, 27'  travel trailer, S70O0.886-4574.  M7w  211/2 ft. motorhome, 480 cu. in.  48,000 orig. miles, like new cond.,  captains chairs, roof air, cuslom  outside storage, new brakes, etc.  $12,000 oi part pyml. on boat,  suitable lor charter.886-7704.   ss  Winter Project -1877 ��� 23 ft.  Dodge C class motorhome. 68.000  miles, has been sitting, body good,  inteiioi needs wiring, upholstery  and TLC. Runs tine, bul has  cracked manifold, $4500 obo. 886-  721* MBw  35 fl. deluxe 5th Wheel, 1868, carriage Brougham w/elec. slide-out  L/R, A/C, awning, too many  options to list. Exc. cond, mutt  sell. $27,800,885-1079.  :8i  Compl. 427-325 hp Mereruissr  marine engine - l.w. cooled, $2200  obo; 350 4-bot main w/Mercruisei  manifolds, bell hsg. etc., $1200.  885-9869 after 6 pm. MBc  24 ft. power boat, low hrs. on  rebut 316; sleeps 2; lull electronics, $5900.683-2990. ss  24 fl. Rienell hull, good I/o OMC  leg, 350 Chev, handyman's spec.  $1450.865-9648. as  14' alum, boat, 9.9 Evinrude and  trailer, $1800 obo. 885-4116. M7c  25'x50'boat house. Win house 45'  boat. Duke's Marina, Secret Cove.  $20,000 plus moorage- 686-1455   ���  days, after 4 pm 577-4262.   M7c  ���91 Chev 3/4 ion pickup. 454 auto,  a tt. Rene*, needs woik, $2300  15,000 km. $16,500.686-9424. ss   obo; also 12 It. F/G, $100. 886-  0120. MBw  25.Campers & RV  SECHELT MARINE |  1976 Komrart travel trailer, 20 fl.      SURVEYS LTD.  $3,850,885,9*. .48c     C^MMmp, |  1961  Dodge Maxivan, lully .      MABYC ���Morine  camperized, exc. cond., $8500.      SuneymondConwIlonli  885-4652. n  75 VW van, bubble. 2200 cc       Porsche engine, good cond., Moorage - Secret Cove, avail.  $1800.8864938. ss  immed. 865-2503. M9w  86 OMsmobils Cutlass Suprsme,  mint cond. $5600.883-9443    ss  86 lady driven Renault Alliance  w/only 35,000 km. Exc. cond  $2995 685-4812.886-0068 M9c  86 Chev. station wagon, 4 door,  aulo. $600.866-9162. Ifn  86 Camaro IROC Z28 aulo. T-  rool. loaded, govl safely checked.  $6950obo D# 8317 885-4004  147c  '66 OMa Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player. $5795 886-7150  ss  86 Honda Accord, 5 sp. hatch-  back, 129,700 kms, $4500.866-  4727. M7w   1667   '87 Toyota Tercel, $2900 obo  865-4270. (49c  87 Plymouth 5 spd hatchback.  clean, no rusl, $2450 obo 886-  0667. I49c  '87 Hyundai Pony, 4 dr. hatchbk.  cheap on gat, great shape, no  rust, 110,000 kms, $1200 obo  MTW  J!WWWW?WHW!WW!WW!WWWW|  Qfoure QM &ksifi6cis  ��� $17 up to 10 words  ��� $1 each additional word  your ad selling one item, will mn until you instruct us to cancel it  by Classified deadline ��� Not available for commercial advertisers  All classifieds must be pie-paid befote insertion  Coast News  et CLASSIFIED DEADLINES  Monday Edition  Noon Friday  Thuraday Edition  Noon Tuesday  Gibsons 886-2622 ��� Fax 886-7725    Sechelt 885-3930 ��� Fax 885-3954  I Coast News, November 21,  29. Wanted to Rent  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  For Rent  Gibsons Lanqdale  For Rent  Sechelt& District  34. Help Wanted  35. Business St  Home Services  Decca ladars 101 & 110, $600  obo, lor bolh. 885-3090.      ��49w  2511. H/D libreglass workboal, 165  Perkins diesel, low hours. Slow  bul good puller, $13,000 obo. 885-  1014. ss  Necky 2-person kayak, 3 paddles,  2 skirts, $2400. Nigel or Steve,  886-2003. ss        . 25 ft. Reinell, deplh sounder, good  New 10' Horizon fibreglass boal  mech. condition. $9000 obo. 886-  and 93 Evinrude 8 hp. $1600.886-   4870. ss  7207  18 ft. Fibreglass. Volvo I/O, boal Renlal needed, one woman.   Executive 3-4 bdrm, 3 balh, view  Tandem axle trailer, $3800 863- Quiel, n/p. Previous non-smoking   home, avail. Jan, $1200 886  2297. ss tenant, older building preferred  3075. ��49w    (allergies) 886-3286. M7w  22' Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 and Merc  leg, convertible hardtop and canvas, VHF, lishfinder. trailer,  $8,000. Will consider part trade.  885-4019. ss  Gibsons scrtags Nice 3 bdrm.  Working mother of 1 needs lg. 1-2 home on 2.4 acres just oh North  bd accom, reasonable. 886-0144.   Rd. Avail. Dec. 1 or 15, kids and  3 bdrm 14x80 mobile _ Avail. Immed, spacious, unlur-  on sunny piivate 1/4 acre lol, near nished suite, garden-level private  North Rd. Avail. Dec. 1. $595/mo. entry. Suit mature person or cou-  t ulil. 983-3185 Iv. mess. MOc pie. N/S, n/p. Seima Park. 885-  4633.  Nice clean house Cenlral Gibsons,  2 bdrm, 2 full balhs, 5 appl, F/P,  M7c  Attention: Divers 4 Hunters ��� 16 ft.  Hurricane inflatable, 35 HP Johnson, trailer, 12x20x8 portable  garage, $4000 obo. 885-4019. ss  1974 Riviera Star, 24 ft, sloop,  neai new sails, (3) fulling head  sail. 9.9 Honda, marine head,  propane stove, $9500,885-6311,  ss  Very fast 17 11. Silverline 115  Merc, power trim, stainless prop,  garage kepi, new trailer, Lowrance  sounder, many extias Hate to  sell' $6,500 lirm. 805-3604.      ss  Giady white 25 It, 1980 twin  Meic.  470, excellent cond.  $42,000 863-2211  Heavy duty 50' float lamps built lo  sul 883-2610 oi 883-9290       ss  27' Concorde lg. cabin cruiser.  318 Chrysler i/b. radar, VHF, CB,  sounder, compass, sleeps 4.   ��� ., Mm ���ouse      |e[rab|  Excellent condilion. Ready to  w/basemenl, slorage area> ,���,,  cruise. $17.800.886-7240.  Working couple w/2 children  require 3 bdrm home lor rent.  Langdale lo Roberts Creek, preler  home w/yard. Exc. rels N/S. N/P.  886-0407. MBC  Family of 5 wants lo renl 3 bdrm  home. Rbls. Ck, Sechelt dislricl.  N/S, N/P, rels. avail. 865-7841  eves. #48*  1 bdrm suile, walk lo all amenities,  ��49w  pels welcome. Ocean view, fruit   garage, $800/mo. plus utils, no  n/p, suil quiet, matuie lady, avail.  ���-    ' ��� Si"-'     ���  Is, avail. Dec. 1.886-7392 eves.   Nov. 1.885-8863.  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-2O-3O-4O-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.        tfn  27 Mobile Homes  Wanted: mobile home to lent with  option to buy. 885-2742.      M7c  ss   Getaway/retirement open-design,  19 ft. SeaRay, 1981 Merc in/out,   2 bdm ���m l,M8' de<*| *��,m.  comes wilh trailer, fish finder  VHF, 2 covers, very clean  $11,000,863-2211 ss  (Pad $235/mo.| 1-604-885-0255.  MSW  J9   Space available foi new manufac-  woman and Shelty, rural. 886-  6895. ��47c  Single father needs 2 bdrm  home/apt, or share larger house  w/adults 6 children, prefer Sechelt  -W. 885-7262. ��46w  Prol. couple and single peison  seeking house with basement  suite in Sechell. 885-9188    M7c  FOR JANUARY 31  2 oi 3 bdim. home in Ihe Roberts  Cieek School Dist We are reliable  tenants who seek long term rental  Exc. rels 685-6213. all. 5pm  Mtw  20 ft. Double Eagle Mop, cuddy lured home in Mason Road Mobile  cabin, galley, head. tabs, new Home Paik. Call collect 792-4676.  Lowiance sounder, compass,  ladios, roar canvas. $9,500. 883-  2409. ss  Lovely, clean 4 yi. old, 2 bdim, 2  baths, skylights, vaulted ceiling,  19 ft fibreform hardtop, 165 Merc  carport, deck. In Rockland Wynd   $1000/mo. 1-604-255-5181. M7c  Cozy home, large furnished room  r/o, VHF, CB, soundei, baitbag.   park. $74 900 885-2705  Wesl End condo. 1 bdim tastefully  furnished, neai Denman Matuie,  professional person, n/s, n/p.  I, extra storage, new  F/P insert, $900/mo. Good rels  req. Call Mark 944-7580     #49w  1 bdrm. cabin on acreage, close lo  schools and shopping, $600/mo.  886-2967. #49w  Gibsons 1 bdrm cozy view suite  across Irom Yacht Club. $450.  Avail now or Dec. 1.886-9737.49c  2 bdrm upper floor suile.  Granlhams Landing, fabulous $600/mo. avail. Dec. I, rels. req.  view, minules lo beach and leny, 885-9540. M7w  5 appl, hydro incl., $720/mo.  Avail. Dec. 1. Rels required.  Penny, 530-3629.              Mtc  Waterlront condo, 2 bdrms, 2  balhs, 1 yr. old, cenlral Gibsons.  Unit *t. 450 Marine Drive.  $900/mo Adults. Bill ui Gail at  857-8828. Mtc  Fumished bacheloi suite, all utilities, near maiina. $450/mo Avail.  Dec. 1.866-3343. M'/w  Shared accommodation. Room for  renl. Quiet person. N/P, $380/mo.  incl. utils. 866-3250 afternoons.  M7c  Above-ground basemenl suile,  spacious, blight, suit 1 peison,  $435/mo plus 1/3 utils. 686-0548.  Mtw  M7c  3 bdim, 2 bath, 5 appl. house, lg.  yaid, avail. Nov. 1, $800/mo. 886-  4203. M7w  2 bdrm. suite, panoramic view  within walking distance to ferry.  432-9879. M7w  Uppei Gibsons, modern 3 bdrm.  duplex, 2 1/2 balh. 6 appl., close  lo shopping & schools, no pets,  Small 2 bdim. house, exc. cond,  suit 2 people, close to stoies &  ferry, 4 appl, private, $600 plus  ulils. 865-7590. MBw  JUST MOVE IN - immediately or  2 bdim tanchei avail, immed.  $825/mo 886-3138. M7c  Halfmoon Bay /  Pender Harbour  SNARED ACCOMMODATION  Planned Parenthood needs clinic  volunteers. A medical, educational, or social work background Is  helpful but not mandatory. Training piogiam provided. For lurther  inlormation phone 885-7770. M7c  Established mechanical contractor  seeking fourth year apprenlice or  journeyman plumber. Please call  665-5504. M7w  International Fashion Phol. Is currently looking for models foi catalogue and high fashion woik. No  Re:dvdle  WANTED  Your used bicycles.  For Pick Up Call  886-4868  CARPET INSTALLATION and  repairs. 883-9757. M7c  GOLD I SILVERSMITH  Mature, responsible adult to share exper. nee, must do photo test. Jewelry repairs, custom work, siz-  a slice of w/f paradise. Halfmoon Call collect 1-240-7603,1-423- ing, arthritic shanks, supply & set  Bay, $500.985-2298. M9c   1911,1-473-8186. M7w  gemstones, gold and silver. Over  45 yrs. experience. Jerry Van  Brand new "funky" 1 bdrm house,  private, l/s. w/d, $575/mo. t ulil.  Avail. Dec. 1, n/p. n/s. 885-3572  eves. #49c  5 bdim house, all appls, ocean  view. Rels. $900/mo. 883-9773.  Mtc  Dec. 1/94. Spacious neai new 3   Cosy w/f cottage avail. Dec. 1 lo  bdim. duplex, 21/2 balhs, 5 appl,  J����� 30/95. Partly lumished, 1  12x70 1973 Leader 2 decks,  appliances? $19,500. 865-0225  eves. ss  1971 Lamplighter. 14'x60,2 bdim  w/2 extra rooms added. Carpeted,  good cond, 4 appl. $24,500 at  Sundance Park. 986-0459.      ss  Now Available  New Double Wide Site  in local retirement park  For info on ordering new home  Call 597-3322.  timer, trimtabs, auto pump. $6000.  883-9923. ss  1981-24 ll. Campion cabin cruiser, 140 Volvo Penta 270 leg. Boat  is in immaculate condition and  comes with all its fishing gear. All  new lods, reels and down rigger,  $13,000 obo. 1993 Honda Kicker,  15 HP short shall, has only 1 houi  01 use, $1700 886-8287      M7w  30 fl, wooden cruiser, new Izuzu  diesel 4 cyl. motoi, prop, radio, afl  cabin. $14,000. 683-2231, Dan.  (MVKaiou|. ss  26 ft. Chiis Craft, standup head,  galley, Ige. V-berth. 2 yis. old, 350  Chev Ciusadei i/b, direct-drive  new prop - All mahogany, compl.  top/bottom done over, VHF, depth  soundei, asking, $8,500, 8 mos.  mooiage left at Secret Cove Marina. 885-2771. ss  2 person libreglass kayak, all  equipped, good cond. $2400.885-  764S u  ii* -<��� . ,. �� . ������ af   1- i  22' Heavy lg Davidson double  endei. Single cylinder Fan/man  diesel. $9500 firm. 885-9068    ss  12' aluminum boal. 7.5 Merc o/b  motor, $1600 fkm. 886-9049.    ss  Wanled: Classic wooden runabout. 886-2738. SS  Canoe 15II. 8 in, fibreglass wth  paddles, $450 685-5307,       ss  24 II. Campion Offshore,very  clean. 100 his. on 260 HP Meic,  new leg. standup head, VHF, Dig.  F/F. bat lank, lull galley pack afl.  cabin, lots of storage, very nice  weekender and fishing machine.   19M Hmi> CR80R, brand new,  $17,500. (trailer also avail.) 885-  no miles, $1685.885-6166.     ss  5774 is   1685 Kawasaki GPZ too Nlnja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3.500.866-4616 all. 7 pm.     ss  Fairing wkh shield, $200 obo. 686-  0120. Mtw  1980 Yamaha XS1100, complete  Ferring, very good shape, $1100.  866-7546. ss  1994 CR250, plus gear, Uke new.  8864605. M7W  1974 Honda 250, mini cond.,  $500 886-2969. M8w  Yamaha Banshee, twin 350, veiy  last. 886-7484. #48w  1963 KX-80, good cond., runs  wet. $650 obo. 883-8303.   M7w  1990 DR350 Suzuki Enduro.  10.000 km, mint cond, garage  kepi, 1 owner. $3,300 obo. 865-  3604 ss  3 bdim. lec loom, fireplaces.  waterlront West Sechell lease,  $1100.  4 bdrm. Davis Bay, $650.  3 bdrm. rec room, view, Beach  Ave,$1000.  2 bdim. mobile Harry Rd., Gibsons, $500.  3 bdrm. waterfront Ocean Beach  Esplanade, $1100.  Cute new fumished 2 bdrm, view  Garden Bay, $650.  Susssx Group Property Msn-  agtment, Dave Austin, 885-  3266. M7c  HOUSE/TOWNHOUSE  Two one bedroom side by side  duplexes, quiel area, newly renovated, $550 plus utilities.  APARTMENTS  Upper floor of house, fireplace,  shared laundiy, $650 plus utilities.  $385/mo. incl. utll, hoi tub. N/S  working peison. 666-7165.    M9c  Soames Point. One bdim furnished frailer, $400/mo, util. extra.  Suit 1 peison. Immed. occupancy.  686-8676 eves 7-9 pm.        M9c  RV site lor rent, near North Rd,  quiel, treed area. $150/mo.�� ulil.  Avail, now oi Deo. 1.983-3185.  M8w  M7w  duplex, 1500sq.ft. with S/F, W/D  New 3 bdrm house, very private, & F/P, N/P, refs. req, $800/mo.  ocean view, surrounded by prov. 886-4566 afl. 4:30 pm. 967-9708.  park. Large deck, 3 appl.  $950/mo. 949-8136,686-0234.  Mtc  3 bedroom rancher. Relerences  required. N/S. $850/mo. Near  school $ shopping. 478-9753.M8c  bdrm . loft, suit quiet prof, or couple. N/P. $600/mo. * util. Refs.  req'd 865-1912. ��48c  4 yr. old bright home, 3 bdim, 1  1/2 balhs, large enclosed garage.  Avail. Dec. 1. $650 plus utilities.  Ref. required. Call collect 1-733-  1552. M8c  Watertront apartments Irom $380  to $680/mo. avail, immed. Ralph  883-9177. M9w  2-3 bdrm. ranchei on 2.7 acres,  avail. Dec. 15, $850/mo. 1-940-  1505 Dan. M7w  2 bdrm duplex in Gaiden Bay,  $390/mo. 883-9085. M7c  Adult oiiented w/f apartment wilh  Irwin Motel special oil-season   lantaslic view. Seven Isles Apart-  rates, 112 bdrm. kilchen units   menls, Madeira Park. 885-3910.  utll. incl., reasonable weekly ff50c  /monthly rates. 886-3331.    M7w   ��������� ���        Secret Cove, 1 6 2 bdrm condos,  3 bdrm. Westcoasl Contemporary  tuin./untum, 885-8831        M7c  garage, close lo all amenities. Call  298-5215. M7w  Sleeping room, utils, laundry,  cable incl, Lower Gibsons,  $300/mo. 666-8963. M7w  New t bdim. house w/exc. view  and beach. 1 mile liom leny term,  5 appl, long term tenant prel,  $650/mo. 886-2738. M7w  3 bdrm. house wA/iew, newly dec-  orated, cedar deck, W/D, rels.  $725/mo. plus 1/2 ulils, avail, now.  *47w  Small 3 bdim. houss, lower Gibsons, refs. ieq, seniors discount,  avail. Dec. 1. $750/mo. 866-8529.  M7w  Action: Alcohol and Drug Counselling Society seeks part time  (2/5) alcohol and drug counsellor  Under supervision, assess/counsel individuals, youlh and theii  lamilies; lead support and life skills  groups for youth and men. Coordinate alcohol and drug prevention  activities in Ihe schools. Qualifications: degree in Counselling or  Social Work and certification in  Addiclions Counselling. Knowledge ol addictions and substance  abuse treatment. Vehicle and valid  drivers license. Subject to satisfactory releiences, including police  lecoid review. This is a contract  position. Salary, for Ihis funding  year is commensurate with experience and qualifications Reply by  November 25 to Execulive Director. Box 2647, Sechelt, BC VON  3A0. M7w  M/F - personable, outgoing, advertising sales reps to woik in positive  atmosphere, 3 days/wk - youi  hours. Good commission, 886-  3320. *47c  L'ECOLE PASSE PARTOUT English Language Arts Tutor, 2 afternoons/week, 7 students, grades  4t5,$20/hr.  Secretary 9 hrs./week (3 hall  Luven, 685-0992, message. M9w  ROT SPECIALIST  Outbuildings ��� additions ��� renovations ��� structure inspection and  documentation. 865-6070.    #47c  QUALITY CONSJMTION  New homes, renovations,  additions, large or small.  Cuslom mill work.  Reliable. Affordable.  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  Installation, finishing, retailing,  FREE ESTIMATES. 885-0641.  M7c  TRADITIONAL DECORATING  Ifns  688-3425  9484384.  Lower Gibsons, roomy duplex, 3  Ige. bdrms, sundeck & giassed  Three bedroom apartments, rent y��d, W/D, F/S, Fff.No dogs, rets  includes heat and hot water, $650 req, avail. Dec. 15, $300/mo. 1-  to $700, no pels.  One bedioom VIEW suite, lowei  Qatavn, $(B0 plus utilities.  Tars bedroom apartments, rent  indudes heat and hot water, $550  to $575, cenlral Gibsons, no pets.  M8w  4 bdrm.  $1000/mo.;  0779.  beautilul   home,  3 bdrm., $700. 666-  ��48w  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886-3330  2 bdrm. cottage, 2 km. Irom ferry,  avail, immed. 886-2642 eves only  after 6 pm. #48w  Lower Gibsons, 2-3 bedroom  ground level sule newly renovated, yard, w/d, rels, $575 plus 1/2  663-3185.  utilities Avail. Dec. 1.886-8698.  Mac  290 Skyline, superb views, 2 bdrm  house, $600/mo. 886-4661, 677-  17m M7c  Laige 1 bdim suile. View.  $625/mo. ind. hydro. 886-3134.  M7c  1 bdim apartments, opposite Gibsons Mailna Veiy quiel t secure.  Private patio, new kitchen, bathroom, laundiy, veiy clean, bright.  $580and$620/mo.tp6-3420.  ��� ,    mc  ;   r I  Small, clean, bsmt. suile,  $450/mo. Suil n/s male. Immed.  686-8448. M7C  RV SITE FOR RENT, near North  Rd, quiet, treed area, $150/mo.  plus ulils. Avail, now or Nov. 1.  MIDOLEPOINT  2 bdrm rancher. Large privale days). S12/hr.. experience in set-  yard. Rels. required. $650/mo. ting up office and multi-user filing  Avail, now. 886-6626,886-0353. system, woid processing required,  #47c knowledge of French an asset.  Bolh positions available immedi-  Door Pre-Hang  Service  ��� Sales, Repairs & Installation  of Wood, Metal  * French Doors  ��� Door Lites to brishten  your entrance  ���We do custom sizes  SUNCO 885-8889  32. Commercial  For Rent  MM SIDING  Vinyl and cedai exteriors, soffits, t  fascia. Fred Cocker, 885-6065,  cell. 1-860-1580. tfn  ately. For inlormation phone 885-  5855 (Iv. mess.) or 885-2692  Carol Hartley. M8w  750 sq. It. woikshop w/oveihead  doots. 626 Shaw Rd, Gibsons.  M75/mo. 1-921-8751. M9c **> ��" "Mlive team P/T, growing health-oriented services. Telephone and people skills essential.  885-7116. M7w  Ollice oi warehouse space lor  rent, $580/mo, avail, immed. 733-  7211. M7w  300 sq ft office space lor renl in.  professional building in Gibsons,  on 800 block ol Sunshine Coasl  Hwy. Available immed. For further  information contad 885-5736   Ifn  Volunteers Needed  lifeline is looking for an assislant  COASTLINE FENCING  All Cedar Wooden Fences  Decks I Porches  especially  Call after 6pm 668-2215 Bob  Ifns  QUAUTY WOODWORK  Homt fwnodtlling, Finishing  lo keep up client data base and We look at >n f���� bi0 or small.  Intake ol new clients. ��� Drivers are  Fo' I"01"!"' I"8"1* "��"1 al ���"  Foi sale. 1 bdrm cabin. Make ideal  BIB or exlra Income. Easy to  move and some linancing. 886-  2751. M8c  1 bdrm. suite, indudes light, heat  and cable, $600/mo. No dogs,  aval, immed. 866-2630.     Mtw  3 bdim house on quiet cul-de-sac,  neai Cedai Grave school. Avail.  Dec. 1.$800/mo. 885-5717. M8c  LOWER GIBSONS. Two suites:  one house. Garden wilh cieek.  MAIN: 2 BR, l/p, w/d, sunroom,  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built to  suit. 883-2610 Ol 883-9290.      ss  jjj  BCYCNA  twins*  COLUMilA  AM) YUKON  COMMUNITY  NCWVAKU  ASSOCIATION  3 bdrm house, dose to lerry, drop  carport, $650+. LOWER: 2 BR,  dead view, 4 appl., $750/mo. 323-  plus separate workshop A stiafio,  0300. *49w   $550+886-4740. #48C  386  These ads appear In more then 100 community newspapers In B.C. end Yukon       $//S  and reech more man 3 million itadeis. *^tmtm\_t  TO PLACE AN AO CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604J666-9222. S4.00Mdn*MioMlworif  (or 25  wordl  AUTO  ENGINESREBUILTtrom  $795 ENGINE  remanufactuie from $995  6 months to pay 6 Year  120.000 warranty Bond  Mechanical building en*  ginei lot 28 years 872-  0641. 8-8. 7 days  BUSINESS OPP.  DEALERS WANTED for  new technology in water  treatment. 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Protected  territory, top commissions, txdutivt leading  edge waler ireelment  product for agriculture,  industry, govtmmtnt Fex  personal history to ESL,  (604)650-5950  NORTHERN FORD Dtal-  trthip rtquirtt 4th year  - i or journeyman mechanic.  RARE OPPORTUNITY ; Excellent wage, benefits  tnd training. CM Devest  Control your own destiny  We have the opportunity  you've been looking for A  service franchise In tht  growing graphics industry  Wt will provide training,  btck-up a support. Various financing programs  available. Call lorinfo: Mr.  Wilts 1-600-645-3006 or  (604)643-6691.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  CREDIT PROBLEMS?  1(403)920-2291 or tax  rttume lo  1(403)926-  4204.  1 HEAVY DUTY Mtchanic  required immediately, by  oilfield/logging contractor  Minimum 3 ytart expert-  tnct. Wages negotiable.  Call 1(403)623-4851 or  1(403)623-2910 eve-  ! 'ungs. ask tor Terry.  WELOER FABRICATOR  1 Machinist Wanted Immediately Musl De quali-  fitd Journeymen. A tell  Start* 6 take charge per-  tonality, mutt contnbutt  to present friendly almot-  phtrt to workmen A cut-  tomtit. Modtin tquip-  ment, full btntfitt Pleats  Itx or mtil retume to:  Jttie Junes Rigglo. Box  3183. Smithtrt, B.C VOJ  2NO. Phone:847-4440 or  Fax 647-5962.  lationlnvittmenltll.OOO i 2�� a^SUSW i  llS/Un,l 31% T.�� wema. ' *���" lh." ����lul'0'" Call.  US/Unil. 91% Tax write  off Cana Tica Inl'l S.A.  Ph: 681-8483. Fax 689-  5284 Outside Vancouvei  1-900-661-8483 This ad  does not constitult tn offer lo sill nor a solicitation  to buy a security, which  can only be made by a  private offering memorandum.         Giving You Credit Today  al 434-4748  FOR SALE WSC.  THREEPRETTYBIondes  have something foi you'  Check oul our exciting  peisontl photos tnd fan.  tasies Free, discreet info:  Karen. Box 670GB  Kelowna, B.C. VIY 7P2  Adults!  STEEL BUILDINGS:  'Cheaper Than Wood'.  Quonsel-Slreightwell  quontet. Structural Steel  Buildingt BC.Company,  we won't be undersold  Seivice and satisfaction  guaranltedl Western  Steel Buildings 1-600-  565-9600  2 bdrm. apt. cenlral Gibsons.  Hydro and cable not included, skylight, newly painted, 1595/mo.  686-7016. tfn  For Rent  Roberls Creek  Aval. Dec. t, 1/2 acre view property, very private, 3 bdrm. Leek  Rd. $850 ��� util. 986-6096.    M6c  PEBBLES REALTY  2 bdrm unfurnished mobile home  on landscaped 1/2 acre lot. No  dogs, n/s prelerred. John Austin  6664107. *47c  Waterfront Beach Ave., 2 bdrm.  house, F/P, sundeck, garage, S  appl., $750/mo. 1404-669-8162  afl. 5pm. ��47w  S04-737-6081  886-7018  PERSONAL  Davis Bay/Wilson Cieek hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 685-  2752 or 865-6663. tin  Roberts Creek Hall avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 686-  7815. Ifn  34  Help Wanted  Sunshine Coasl Cab Co. has  Immediate openings lor drivers.  Class 4 snd abstract. Will train.  86649)4.  needed lo transport people to  medical appointments, locally and  in Vancouver. Ail expenses paid.'  Dogwalkers are needed by Ihe  SPCA must be over 14 and love  animals. General assistance is  also needed. * A publicity assistant is needed by local aits sociely, is an interesting and fun position, flexible hours. * Meals on  Wheels needs drivers to deliver  lunch lime meals once a week in  the Gibsons area. Contact Ihe  Sunshine Coasl Volunteer and  Information Cenlre 685-5881.  MTW  N/S loi chHd caie and light housekeeping duties required. Commencing Jan. 16SS, 30 hrs. week-  affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht 685-3172 Of 665-7168. ttn  *tnvic*  SPECIALIZING IN:  ���VENETIANS'VERTICALS.  ON-SITE CLEANING  886-7363  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Iy, Mon. to Thurs. Experience wth  ft��m��wl. ln��<"od. Guaranleed  infants, driver's license, references  Work. Free estimales. 885-2109.  essential. 8864166. ��49w     ?  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Burneby 296-9277 "  19700 Langley Bypass,  Langley 534-7273 "600  Cloverdale Ave., Victoria  476-1159 " 561-111(1  Ave., Cempbell River.  B.C. 2874787.  "2560 Bowen Rd,  Nanaimo 786*  9229."1868 Spall Rd..  Ktlownt. 8604638.  COMPUTERIZED  STRESS Mintgemtnl  Profile PetionaiiMd.com-  preheniivt. confidential  Evtluates woiksile and  pertonal stress with coping tuggttliont Uncondi-  tional Guarantee Free Information. Contact Optimum Wellness. Bo. 28  Chetwynd. B.C VOC UO  Tel/Fax (604)788-7873  UAL ESTATE  RECREATIONAL LAND  For Sale by Owner Small  lots to large acreages  Oceanlront, lakelront.  streams, ranchland - located throughout BC.  Terms available Free brochure. Niho Land I Cattle  Company Ltd. 521-7200  PROPERTY WANTED -  Sportsman looking for  largo icrttge recreational  property, tunable for hunt-  ing, camping,  tnowmobiling. fishing no  buildingt. Send detailed  dttcrlption tnd price to  Beth Mtdnick, Bayview  Village, Outlet Box 91 too  WiUowdale. Ontario M2K  2Y6.  22 IL molorhome, full lime or P/T,  on or ofl W/F properly in Sechell.  Pet ok Cell #1 -3294090 lv. mess.   Mte  2 bdrm mobile home wilh apps.,  Cedars Trailer court. 885-3313  Mo  2 bdrm apt. avail. Dec. 1, downtown Sechelt. $635/mo 885-7696.  ��48c  Shared accommodation: Male has  2 bdrm. house to shaie Must be  working 8654640. ��47w  3 bdrm. W. Sechell, 1 1/2 balhs,  laige parklike yard, avail immed.,  W/D. F/S. 8654663 ��48w  Near new 2 bdrm. lownhouse. 5  appl   gas F/P, near downtown  Sechelt, $700/mo avail. Dec. 1  665-4546. #48w  2 bdrm duplex, Davis Bay. 4 appl,  view, n/s, rels. Dec. 1. $640/mo.  886-8250 148c  W/F, level entry. 3 bdrm. 2 bath,  mins. to Sechelt, schools I shops.  Rels. req'd. $1100/mo. 6944081  eves. ��47c  W Sechell view bacheloi, lurn.,  S400/mo., $200 O/D, avail Immed.  885-5307. *48w  1 bdim. lower suite, W. Sechelt,  suit working couple or elderly person, 4 appl, hydro, cable incl  S550/mo N/S. N/P. avail Nov. 15.  685-5466 #48w  Davis Bay, large 3 bdrm. mobile  home, evail. Nov. 15,5650/mo  plus utils 885-486201520-3200  ��47w  Hottest new product! Say goodbye  MLL us T0DAY F0R ���������   fada gutter, additions. Slefan 886-  lo unwanted pounds and hello to  added energy. Proven results Tot  Iree 1-9784244. *49c  Hair professional needed, Creek  Hair Salon. Call Jeanette, 865-  6425. tin  Unnoimed guard service. Looking  lor 2 bondable mature people lor  part-time weekends. Must have  own transportation Musl speak  and write English Fax resume lo  687-7787 or write to suile 300-  1575 West Georgia. Vancouver,  BC V6C 2V3 latin Gibsons) 149c  PROGRAM COORDINATOR  Sunshine Coasl Transition House  is seeking a lull lime Coordinator  whose duties will Include personnel and linancial management,  program management, planning  and implementation, and communily relations. Qualifications  include relsted post-secondary  education, extensive experience in  a Transition House setting, excellent organizational and communication skills. Benelil package  available. Please submit resume  and covering letter lo Execulive  Director, Sunshine Coast Community Services Society, Box 1069,  Sechelt. VON 3A0, by Nov. 23  ��47c  P/T sales peison req'd lor expanding S.C. Publication Sales exp., t  people skills a must. Resume lo S-  12. C-15, RR2, Gibsons, BC VON  *1V0. M8c  CONFIDENTIAL foi prolessional  resumes, college papers, corre  VOUR EMPLOYMENT NEEDSI  SUNSHINE COAST EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 663-2162     Hn  0605.  *47w  UWN I GARDEN  Fruit tree pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hsdge trimming, general  tin  Assemble light products al home.  Excel, income, easy work. Calllor cleanup. Cal 6664160.  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2360  ext. A74. On  35. Business and  Home Service;  01 BURNER SERVICE  Furnsce clean 1 check Michael  8664063. Klc  TIXW-AY  Mobile Mill works Ltd.  CtaitumSamlitf  Mill*  Dean 885-4794  BOB'S WINDOW WASHING/  GUTTER CLEANING  Quick, courteous service. 685-  4804 M6c  ' HARDWOOD FLOORING  New floors - suppled, laid, sanded  and finished. Old floors re-sanded  and relinished Lyle Haytet Floors  Ltd. 885-7633. ��51c  SMITH WOODWORKS  Taking orders for Christmas, custom woodwork, entertainment centres, shelving units, Greg. 885-  5277. *47c  STAINED GLASS  Custom designed lor most existing  15 yt old msle student looking for  odd jobs Excavation sits exp.,  shovel snow, split wood, babysit,  1st aid, wi take kids out Dependable 886-0238 I49w  DRYWALL TAPER  ���Save Money!' You board, II tape  15 years experience. Qualily service 885-5564 152*  EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER  Reasonable rates, seniors discounts. Gibsons to Hallmoon Bay.  6854266 Rita. m.  Honest responsible house cleaner  666-7464. ��4hv  MAJESTIC JANITORIAL  Residential ��� Industrial ��� Post-Construction clean up. Reliable, exc.  refs. 6654166. #49c  Chsrlene's Super Clean  Fast * efficient house cleaning.  Rels. available. 886-7676.    146c  Licensed skipper looking for  employment. For resume and reference, 6639593. # 47c  Strong - willing to do anything.  Have chainsaw A Iruck. 6854946  Ls<- H6w  Truck driver, Class I air, dump,  spondence 886-4740. Lasei print- doors and window casings. 666- crane, freight, heavy equip, exp.  er. ��48c   8547. ��50w  F/T, P/T. Graham 865-3337. #48c Coast News, November 21, 1994        19  35. Business &  Home Services  Housesilting or housecleaning.  Relerences avail. Bondable. Call  Joan 886-9879. ��50c  ROT SPECIALIST  Outbuildings ��� additions ��� renovations ��� structure inspection and  documentation. 885-6070.    #47c  41. Legal  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling, rubbish removal, moving,  yard maintenance, rotolilling, odd  jobs. 885-3917. tfns  Honest reliable woman will do  house cleaning. Refs avail. 885  3502. *49W  37. Child Care  Childcare available in my Langdale home f/t, p/t, drop-olfs, TLC,  lirst aid, rets. 886-4053.       #47c  Introduce your preschooler to Ihe  French language. L'ecole Passe  Parlout playgroup Is now accepting applications lor January.  Phone 685-4001 or 885-5855.  ���47w  38. Business  Opportunities  For sale. Chiropractic / medical  supply co. Work at home and earn  money. Barry 886-6204. ss  I know a way lo turn $200 US into  $2000 US a week plus gold coins.  Self-motivated, 885-9755.    #48w  39. Storage  STORAGE  Enclosed - 550 sq H $195  1400sq.ll., $450  Secure, neai GibsonslSechelt.  922-7636.  #49w  NOTICE is hereby given lhal on  Ihe 26th ol November, 1994 al  1:00 pm, a sale is to take place for  the purpose ol satisfying a Warehouseman's Lien on the contents  ol storage unit 34, located at 5584  Sunshine Coasl Hwy., Sechell,  BC. The name of Ihe lensnt is  Diane Traplin #47w  LAND DISPOSITION  In Land Recording District of New Westminster and  situated at West Bay, Gambler Island.  Take notice that 470989 B.C. Ltd., Vancouver, B.C.  intends to make application to the Ministry ol Environment, Lands and Parks Regional Office, Burnaby,  B.C. for a licence of occupation of land generally situated at West Bay, Gambler Island and more specifically: Commencing at a point located approximately  423 metres north and 423 metres east of the southwest corner of DL 877, Group 1, NWD, thence 37.5  metres 124�� 09.3' thence 15 metres 214�� 09.3',  thence 35.0 metres 304�� 09.3' to Ihe high water line,  thence In a northwesterly direction along the shoreline to the point of commencemenl.  The purpose lor which the disposition is required Is lor  a privale dock.  Comments concerning this application may be made  to Greg Kockx at #401 - 4603 Kingsway, Burnaby,  B.C., V5H 4M4. File 24062S0. Be advised any response to this advertisement will be considered part  of the public record. For information, contact FOI Advisor, BC Lands, Lower Mainland Region at 665-  S500.  at- WosfBay, <&���t>\erjs,\eni  Sate 1:2500  LAND DISPOSITION  In Land Recording District ol New Westminster and  situated at Centre Bay, Gambler Island.  Take notice that 465477 B.C. Ltd., Vancouver, B.C.  intends to make application to the Ministry ot Environment, Lands and Parks Regional Olfice, Burnaby,  B.C. for a licence of occupation of land generally situated at Centre Bay, Gambler Island more specifically:  Commencing at a point approximately 43B.7 metres  South 5�� 30' West ol the South corner ol DL 3347  Group 1, NWD, thence 48.0 metres 13�� 8' Ihence  1B.6 metres 103�� 8', thence 57.5 metres 193�� 8' to the  high water line, Ihence in a northwesterly direction  along the shoreline lo the point ol commencemenl.  The purpose for which the disposition is required is for  a private dock.  Comments concerning this application may be made  to Greg Kockx at #401 - 4603 Kingsway Burnaby  B.C., V5H 4M4. File 2406252. Be advised any response to this advertisement will be considered part  ol the public record. For inlormation, contact FOI Advisor, BC Lands, Lower Mainland Region at 665-  5500.  NOTICE  GAMBIER ISLAND  TRUST COMMITTEE  GM-TUP-01-94  The Gambier Island Trust Committee is  proposing to pass a resolution to issue a  Temporary Industrial Use Permit on part ot  District Lot 5616, Gambier Island. The location  of the subject properly is shown on the sketch  below. The purpose of the proposed Permit is  to allow for the temporary siting, construction  and operation of log dumping, bundling and  booming related to District Lot 2259.  rVtWttO  C&tWOHttAat  3eU/  839-1930  or886-2622  LAND DISPOSITION  In Land Recording District ol New Westminster and  situated at West Bay, Gambier Island.  Take notice that 466656 B.C. Ltd., Vancouver, B.C.  Intends to make application to the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks Regional Office, Bumaby,  B.C. for a licence of occupation of land generally situated at West Bay, Gambier Island and more specifically: Commencing at a point approximately 830 metres north and 397.S metres east of the northwest  corner of DL 878, Group 1, NWD, thence 130 metres  215�� 40.30' thence 40 metres 305�� 40.3', thence 50  metres 35�� 40.3' to the high water line thence in a  northeasterly direction along the shoreline to the point  of commencement.  The purpose for which the disposition is required Is for  a private dock.  Comments concerning this application may be made  to Greg Kockx at #401 - 4603 Kingsway, Bumaby,  B.C., V5H 4M4. File 2406251. Be advised any response to this advertisement will be considered part  of the public record. For information, contact FOI Advisor, BC Lands, Lower Mainland Region at 665-  5500.  LAND DISPOSITION  FILE NO. 2406245  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR  A DISPOSITION OF CROWN UNO  In Land Recording District of Vancouver and situated on the South Shore of Keats Island. Take  notice that W.R. (Bill) Steen of Vancouver, occupation, business man, Intends to apply tor a  lease of the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at the South East  corner of Lot A (Ref Plan 2668) D.L. 1593 Gp 1  NWD thence South West 36 m.; thence North  West 332 m.; thence North 36 m.; thence North  East 18 m. thence South East back along the  shoreline to point of commencement and containing less than .2 ha.  The purpose for which the disposition is required  is private boat moorage facilities.  Comments concerning this application may be  made to Greg Kockx at #401 - 4603 Kingsway,  Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4M4. Be advised any  response to this advertisement will be considered part of the public record. For information,  contact FOI advisor, B.C. Lands, Lower  Mainland Region at 660-5500. File No. 2406245.  Any person whose property may be affected  by the proposed Permit can submit their  observations and comments to the Gambier  Island Trust Committee through the Islands  Trust office by mall or fax. Please Include the  application file number with any correspondence. If any lawful tenants are in occupation  of your property, please notify them of the proposed Permit. Contact Islands Trust for additional copies of this notice.  A copy of the proposed permit may be Inspected at the Islands Trust Office in Victoria  between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.,  Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays, from Wednesday November 16,1994 to  Friday, November 25, 1994. The Gambier  Island Trust Committee will consider a resolution to issue the proposed Permit at 11:00  a.m., Saturday, November 26, 1994 at Its  Regular Local Trust Committee Meeting at the  Gambier Island Community Centre. For more  information on the proposed Permit, contact  the Islands Trust and quote the file number listed above.  Islands Trust  1627 Fort Street, Victoria, B.C. VSR 1H8  Tel (604) 387-4000  Fax (604) 387-4047  Gordon Mcintosh  Islands Trust Council Secretary  Dated November 16,1994  WATCH  YOUR  BUSINESS  V  WHIN  you  ADVERTISE  il IHE  CQASTNEWS  ft  WEEKENDER  GIBSONS  886-2622  fax 886-7725  SECHEIT  885-3930  fax 885-3954  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  .,r i  Just  moved?  Bride  to be?  ^^% New Baby?  Call us for    Stchtlt - tath SI5-5M7     M/ELCOME'  your FREE   Gibsons ��� Carole 886-5682   "Tfir./irtxi  gifts & Stchtlt (babies only) l/l/AOUJN  l.formatlon. ��� Midy 88V3380 r r Since 1930  ��  NOTICE OF PRE-HARVEST  SILVICULTURE PRESCRIPTION  OR  PRESCRIPTION FOR AN  AREA TO BE LOGGED  The lollowing aieas have proposed prescnptions Dial will apply H  approval to log is obtained fram the Ministry ol Forests. The proposed  prescriptions will be available fot viewing until December 30194 al the  location noted below during regular woiking hours.  To ensure consideration before logging commences, any written  comments must be made to:  RodTysdal  Division Forester  Stillwater Woodlands  301-4400 Marine Ave.  Powell River. B.C.  V8A2K1  by the above dale.  foetid  Uemt  I  Cutting  Pmll  Cut  Uockl  Lotaiwi  sum  Am full  Amntntnt  |Yts��Ne)  TO  TW  C  2  CLOWHOM  SECHELT  as  N  If you're  not wearing a seat belt,  what's stopping you?  Road PI  %A, n#  BULLETIN BOARD  ROYAL TERRACES BUILDING. 5477 WHARF  RD.,  SECHELT. B.C.   ���  BOX  800   VON 3AO  ���  885  22hl  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1994  Sunshine Coast Recreation Commission  Tuesday, November 22nd at 7:30 p.m.  Regular Board  Thursday, November 24th at 7:30 p.m.  Forest Advisory Committee  Wednesday, November 30th at 7:00 p.m.  Parks Committee  Thursday, December 1st at 2:00 p.m.  Public Utilities  Thursday, December 1 st to follow Parks Committee  ANNUAL FLUSt  K3RAM  We are continuing our annual hydrant flushing program.  During the week of November 21, 1994, we will be flushing  in the Halfmoon Bay, Redrooffs & Welcome Woods areas.  You may experience short periods of low water pressure  and/or sediment in the water for brief periods of time. The  water is safe to drink.  Thank you for your cooperation.  SK. Lehmann  Superintendent of Public Works  AVAILABLE AS OF DECEMBER 1ST  LICENCE FEES:  Unspayed or Unneutered Dogs ��� $30.00 each  Spayed or Neutered Dogs - $10.00 each  (Spaying or neutering certificate may be required)  BUY YOUR LICENCE BEFORE THE END OF JANUARY  AND AVOID THE PENALTY  "WWCfS DOUBLE AS OF FEBRUARY 1SV*  DOG LICENCES AVAILABLE AT THE FOLLOWING  LOCATIONS:  S.C.R.D. 5477 WHARF RD., SECHELT  TOWN OF CIBSONS 474 S. FLETCHER ST., CIBSONS  THE DOC CONTROL OFFICER  (As per SCRD Bylaw No.  376, 1994, all dogs in  Areas B (Halfmoon Bay),  D (Roberts Creek), E  (Elphinstone) and F (West  Howe Sound) require dog  licences.)  EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST..  are invited from professional writers with several years' experience writing for trade journals, industrial publications, magazines  and newspapers. Other requirements are: ability to organize a media campaign, prepare promotional materials and write news  features. The intent is to develop and execute an effective marketing strategy for Hillside Industrial Park, both in British  Columbia and elsewhere.  Contact:  Maurice Egan, Manager, Hillside Industrial Park  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  S ��� MONDAY TO  AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 4:00 20        Coast News, November 21, 1994  news  Conwest in town to talk power, fish  by Sandra Smith  Toronto executives from the Conwest  Exploration Company came to town last week  to update local governments on their Sechelt  Creek hydro project.  Company executives met Thursday (Nov.  15) with the Sechelt Indian Band, the Sunshine Coast Regional District Planning Committee and local MLA Gordon Wilson.  While a provincial water licence was  issued to the company Ihis summer, the federal fisheries department and BC Environment  have yet to give project designs a final assessment and issue the necessary work permits,  said David Carter, vice president of Con-  west's hydro branch.  Caller said he expects final approvals will  be issued next month or early in January.  The hydro project is expected to be operating by April of 199S and will deliver 16  megawatts of power to BC Hydro's Cloholm  energy plant. The turbines will operate year-  round but output will vary according to water  flows, Carter said. Conwest has a 20-year  contract with BC Hydro. Conwest hopes lo do  more business with BC Hydro in the future  and develop more small hydro projects in the  Sechelt area, Carter said.  Currently, Conwest has eight data loggers  monitoring water flows in the Salmon Inlet  area. "We're not hiding the fact we'll be coming back to the Sechelt community for more,"  Carter said.  The company is proposing to build a  spawning channel in Sechelt Creek in an  effort to be recognized locally as good corporate citizens, he said.  The spawning channel has been designed  by the Federal Department of Fisheries and  Oceans (DFO). When DFO officials  expressed concern lhat the diversion of water  to the spawning channel would affect the  water flows in the mainstem of Sechelt Creek,  Conwest came up with a plan to store water in  Sechelt Lake "for controlled release primarily  during dry and summer low flow periods."  "On days of extreme water flow, we would  be holding back water for augmentation,"  Carter said.  Conwest has made a deal with the Sechelt  Indian Band to have two to four band members operate Ihe spawning channel and monitor the environmental impacts.  Independent consultants hired by Conwest  to conduct environmental assessments reported "minimal" negative impacts would be  caused by the project.  Tripp Biological Consultants Ltd. advised  Conwest the benefits of a successful spawning channel "should easily outweigh any  potential impacts" from a change in water  temperatures upstream.  D.A. Blood and Associates Ltd. concluded  in their report that "due to the minor raising of  the water level of Sechelt Lake, the project  will have minimal impact on the wildlife of  the area."  Conwest estimates the annualized value of  the enhanced fish stocks to be in excess of  $50,000. Government taxation from the hydro  project would amount to $600,000, Carter  said.  SUSSEX  REALTY  ana. im uame uutoaa m hui or nouta a hnaHktv)  FREE  Home or  .Property  Evaluation  For action not excuses  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  res  office  Coast crime rate  rises with population  by Mike O'Keeffe  As the population on the Sunshine Coast increases, so does  the crime rate.  In his monthly report to Gibsons council, RCMP sergeant  Rick Sargent said  every type of crime is   ,  on the rise on the  terms of manpower" ahead.  Although he is expecting a  new female recruit on Dec. 5,  Sargent said he suspects that  another officer will leave the  department. An additional corporal is expected to be  ___ assigned to Gibsons  in July, but Sargent  Coast. He said his ffe system is sa'(' *" "can't swear  nine-member detach- "V on anything until the  ment responded to 407 "O* OesigHea to body is there. It's all  let us go out  and grab tbem'  -Rick Sargent  calls during October.  According to Sargent, the number of  Criminal-Code offenses in Gibsons has risen  from 1,035 in 1992 to      1,375 in 1994. In the  same period, the number of  thefts increased by 119; break-  ins rose by 91; assaults rose from  89 to 145; drug offences  increased by 17; and incidents of  vandalism increased from 230 to  289.  Sargent attributed the rise in  crime to the area's surge in population. He noted that crime ill  nearby Squamish hw almost  tripled in the past few years, and  Gibsons and Sechelt are "neck  and neck."  Sargent warned that his officers are "reaching the saturation  point," which he set at about 180  cases per officer per year. He  said he "sees no great relief in  glbeone council notes  a matter of dollars  and cents," he said in  an interview.  Council      was  pleased to hear that  _____ most of the drug  offenses this year  involved marijuana, and that  harder narcotics were not prevalent It was also pleased that the  RCMP clearance rate for cases  has remained stable over the past  three years.  Last month, the police investigated 14 residential and three  business break-ins, said Sargent.  There were two impairtd-drfving  charges laid, and officer* conducted 34 "walks" through local  bars.  Sargent said police have "suspicions" about who is responsible for much of the local crime,  but "the system is not designed  to let us go out and grab them."  'HELD OVER'.  ��� ONE MORE WEEK ��  %�� _-..-..-�����'  DANlEmNTiNORS  PUSHES PRICES  BACK TO  1974  Gibsons council wants the Insurance Corporation of British  Columbia (ICBC) to help solve traffic problems on Rat Portage Hill.  The one-kilometre stretch of highway 101 in south Sechelt has been  the site of 50 accidents in the past four yean. In that time, town council  and the Sunshine Coast Regional District board have pressured the  province to do something about it, but to no avail.  At the Nov. 15 meeting, councillor John McNevin said ICBC has a  financial interest in solving the problem. According to the Sechelt  RCMP, the average insurance cost per accident on the hill is $20,000.  Constable Kelly Watson, bead of the Sunshine Coast highway patrol,  said ICBC is considering funding road improvements.  He said the provincially-owned automobile insurance company is  constantly looking for ways to reduce accidents in troubled areas. But,  be does not know what, if anything, ICBC plans to do about Rat  Portage Hill.  McNevin joked that the engineers who designed the highway in the  1950s "likely earned their degrees through correspondence." He said  most treacherous road structures happen by accident, "but this one was  actually designed that way."  Most of the problems there are caused by the banking on a tight  curve at the bottom of the hill, said Mayor Eric Small.  sq.ft.  (9.99 tx\. yd.l,  GREAT SELECTION  ALL IN-STOCK  CANDIDE  (9.99 sq. yd.)  ROLL OUT THE SAVINGS!  HARD WEARING  LEVEL LOOP  PRICED FROM  OPEN  SQFT  (5.99 sq. yd.)  CUSHION  FLOOR  STARTING AT ONLY  Nolmt0f$t  Affo  (3.99 sq. yd  November 23 ��� 7-9pm  Do ll Yourself er have one of our professional kstaters do it for youi]  CHECK OUT OUR WAREHOUSE FULL OF SPECIALS  OUR NEW LOCATION  Feature Artist:  GRETA  GUZEK  and  LOTS OF NEW STOCK!  -candles  -jewelleiy  -art supplies  -art cards  ���FarSide calendars  OUR NEW LOCATION:  444 GOWER POINT ROAD, GIBSONS LANDING  (ACROSS FROM GIBSONS YACHT CLUB)  ���Show Piece Gallery ���  Open 7 days a week ���  Serving the Sunshine Coast 1984-1994 ��� 886-9213  DURABLE ��� UNLINED  SATIN LOOK  DRAPES  *25  HARDWARE EXTRA  per  pleated  foot  CARPET  ROLLENDS  starting at only  99^>CFr  PERFECT FOR THAT REC ROOM  IN-STOCK CERAMICS  CERAMICS  1/2 PRICE  SNAP UP THE  SAVINGSI  All available at THE floor covering store  INTERIOR DECORATING  IN-HOME SHOPPING  Hours:  9 am - 5 pm  Mon. - Sat.  CREDIT PLANS  AVAILABLE  709 HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  886-7112  aarnarn

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