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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings        Q   a  Victoria, B.C V8V 1X4     I3��1  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  January 25,1993 Volume 47 Issue 4  Bayside union  takes strike vote  by Jane Seyd  Over IOO workers at Bayside  Sawmills in Hillside Industrial  Park were to have taken part in  a strike vote this Saturday, after  union spokesman Murray Cantelon said bargaining negotiations with the company broke  down Jan. 18.  Cantelon, business agent for  the local IWA, cited wages as  the main roadblock between the  union and the company. Workers currently earning a base rate  of $13.23 per hour have been  offered an increase to $ 14 by  Bayside. But Cantelon said a  usual rate for sawmill workers is  an hourly wage of $17.  Other issues under dispute  include a pension plan for workers, entrenchment of training  and apprenticeship programs,  and the current grievance process for employees.  Cantelon added there have  been communication problems  between management and  employees: "The company  doesn't seem to care about talking to its people ... The type of  management down there is  extremely paternal."  The union's last collective  Chamber  bows out  of sea  festival  by Charles Hart  A ripple of concern  spread through town hall  last week following the Gibsons and District Chamber of  Commerce's announcement  that il no longer wishes to be  responsible for co-ordinating  the town's major annual festival - the Sea Cavalcade.  New chamber presidenl  Lionel Trudel said last year's  Cavalcade effort was a  financial and management  fiasco, with "a level of dedication that was embarrassing.  "We feel it's too important and loo big to lose and  we're proposing to strike an  individual society to manage  lhe Sea Cavalcade" rather  than a subcommittee of  chamber, Trudel said.  "It's the biggest thing lhat  Gibsons does and it needs  commitment. That commitment was lacking last year,  he said, "the chamber would  also be more freed up to  carry oul ils mandate - and  that's support business."  Along with society status  would come total responsibility for festival fundraising, independent of the  chamber.  Gibsons council, which  provides a grant to the chamber, including a small sum  for the Sea Cavalcade, has  requested a meeting with the  chamber executive to discuss  the situation. "I think it's  really important that we do  have a Sea Cavalcade," said  Mayor Eric Small.  The town, however, is not  eager lo step in and take  over, he added. "If the chamber has made an irrevocable  decision to drop it, somebody else will have to pick  up the ball."  The Sea Cavalcade, an  annual maritime festival  held each July for the past  24 years, is traditionally the  town's biggest tourist draw  of the year. "Let's not do  anything to jeopardize it,"  said Small. "Even now it's  reasonably short notice. January is when you really start  putting the plans in place."  agreement with the company  expired Oct. 31.  Cantelon said Thursday a  strike vote does not necessarily  mean workers will walk off the  job: "It's a significant employer  and it's a bad point in the year  to hit the bricks," he said.  "We'll be exploring our options  after (the vote is taken)."  Meanwhile, a manager for  Bayside expressed surprise at  the union's statement that negotiations had fallen down. "The  company is not aware that talks  have broken off," said Jeff  Salmon. "We feel it's unfortunate that the union has gone to  the press."  Salmon agreed wages are a  major issue in the talks, but said  as a specialty products mill,  with 30 per cent more employees than usual, Bayside can't  afford a higher pay rate. "It's  not a high production mill. That  makes costs higher than for  other coastal sawmills," said  Salmon.  He added the rising cost of  logs has had a serious effect on  the company and that financial  statements were presented to the  union prior to negotiations.  Jeff Salmon, a manager for Bayside Sawmills Ltd., is surprised by recent moves taken by the union in labour negotiations.  Joel Johnstone photo  Indian band, Air Rainbow meet to ink Tyee deal  by Jane Seyd  A meeting between the Sechelt Indian  Band and Air Rainbow of Nanaimo on  Friday was to have resolved final restructuring of Tyee Air under management of  the Nanaimo aviation company.  The fate of Tyee, started by local pilot  and businessman Al Campbell and owned  mostly by the band for several years, has  been uncertain since the band council  announced a major shake-up in December  and laid off most employees.  Under an agreement expected to be  made final on Friday, the band will retain  its 75 per cent of shares in Tyee but the  business will be managed by Air Rainbow, which Chief Tom Paul said earlier  could help pull the operation out of a  financial slump.  Tyee founder and former manager Al  Campbell said Thursday he had not been  invited to take part in the business negotiations and did not know what was being  planned.  But   Charlie   Russel.        operations manager for,".r  Rainbow in Nanaimo. said  Thursday as far as he knew  Campbell would no longer  be part of managing the  company.  Russel said last year  Tyee had run into financial       trouble and had been operating on some runs at a significant loss.  He said schedule changes could probably be expected in the future, although  lhat wouldn't necessarily mean heavy  cuts: "Some things might have to be  tightened up."  He also said that whether former Tyee  employees are called back to work would  depend on business: "January is a very  ______   slow month and 1992 was  a very slow year."  Last year, business for  all coastal airlines was  down, said Russel,  because of downturns in  both resource industries  'January is a very  slow month and  1992 was a very  slow year'  - Charlie Russel and Tri!m wl,.ch usua"5'  supply travelling customers.  Prior to reorganization, Tyee Air -  which ran charter flights as well as scheduled runs to Vancouver and Nanaimo -  had operated on the Coast for 33 years.  All flights are still operating out of  Sechelt under the new company.  Meanwhile, a similar shake-up by the  band with resulting lay-offs is still in  effect at the Raven's Cry Theatre, which  has remained closed since Dec. 31.  The Sechelt band has said it no longer  wants to subsidize all theatre operations,  which had a history of financial trouble  last year, bul will instead put a board of  directors in place with the knowledge to  go after both corporate and government  funding.  A board of directors with community  representation should be in place by the  end of the month, said Paul.  He said the theatre will still be made  available during the closure to groups  with previous bookings.  ^L'T**^BBB^Wi  Sechelt chamber  tackles tourism, OCP  The Lund hotel is steeped in history.  ���#���*.**  Jane Seyd pholo  Lund's fading past lingers on  Pan one of two  by Jane Seyd  At tbe end of the highway, past houses with  overgrown fruit trees, wheelbarrows propped up  outside and a glimpse of an old bus painted and  parked in someone's yard, Lund, about 30 kilometres north of Powell River, is not so much a place  as a slate of mind.  Viewed from tlte road above the old hotel,  Lund is a lot like other places on the Coast with a  pasl that's long been fading, only more so: there's  still a shack built on pilings at the end of the old  boardwalk, a fishboat among the sailboats tied up  at the dock, the remains of a fish processing plant  now closed, signs for boat rentals, charter and  salvage. A hotel looking out towards the strait and  Savary Island is wom out with an air of lapsed  gentility.  As the first liquor licence granted north of Vancouver - or San Francisco, depending on who's  telling the story - the Lund hotel is a place with a  Past, from dance hall era of honeysuckle and  climbing roses to any weekend bar fight.  Often as not, the people who've showed up  here or stayed over the years have also come trail  ing a past behind them, from those who cul a path  through Lund's early history, building a town from  the bush, a dock and an engine repair shop, to  those who came later, running from the draft,  broken marriages or the rest of the world to a place  nobody would find diem.  For most people who end up in Lund, "they  want someplace to be on their own," says Keith  Matheson, who first discovered it in the 1970s,  and now has a carving studio and coffee shop on  the end of the boardwalk.  "It's lhe end of the road. I think they're running  away from something and they can't go any farther. Nobody passes through Lund. This is it."  There's a certain kind of attitude in Lund, says  Matheson: "They don't feel guilty for doing nothing."  "If you don't work a regular job, you don't.  There's no expectation. You're not pretending to  be anything... Everyone survives, doing what they  have to."  "There are people with one or two degrees  behind their name and you'd never know it," says  Matheson. "They've chosen a different lifestyle."  turn to page 3  by Darah Hansen  With news the Sunshine  Coast is officially ranked the  third fastest growing area in  Canada, members of Sechelt's  Chamber of Commerce welcomed the new year with high  hopes for the future of local  business.  Speaking at Thursday night's  annual general meeting, outgoing president Jack Greenwood fueled those hopes with  the announcement that more  than 1,000 new business  inquiries had been made  through the chamber last year,  and S.S per cent at the local  tourist bureau were made about  Sechell.  Greenwood added he hoped  1993 would be more profitable  to the chamber which, over the  last two years, has accumulated  a combined net deficit of  $4,331.52.  But newly elected president  Patrick Hobbs expressed no  worries over the financial picture.  "I'm really pumped up and  encouraged," he said, "I'm  looking forward to a strong  1993."  With the decline of logging  and fishing, Hobbs said tourism  is the future for the Coast.  Tourism consultant Gordon  Wilson agreed. Leaking just a  few facts from a detailed report  to be released in full on Feb. 18,  Wilson said, "the potential here  is unbelievable... but it's  untapped."  Wilson's report surveyed  tourists, asking a series of questions ranging from why they  came to the Coast to what  improvements they would like  to see.  "A lol of people come looking for real estate," said Wilson,  adding the primary complaint  was lhe general lack of amenities in the area.  Later in the evening municipal planner Rob Buchan spoke  on the topic of the Sechelt Official Community Plan (OCP).  Buchan encouraged chamber  members to become involved in  whal he termed "The most  importanl document that your  community and your council  will enact."  In reference to the current  OCP, Buchan said, "It is very  much in need of review and by  review I mean a major rewrite."  He condemned lhe 1987  OCP for having no real provision for ihe establishment of  park facilities and for its exclusion of the Sechelt Indian Band.  "1 can not condone another  plan coming out with that idea,"  he said.  inside  coaminttf page 8  leisure      page 11  musings    page 4  nutter      pagei  ONI         page 18  rmtrwhen page 17 Coast News, January 25, 1993  ALASKi  IUISES  m  HOLLAND AMERICA LINE  Save up to $1,000per couple  liarly booking discount now extended to Teh. 5  Call soon - space is going fast!  (^r  8��-252288fr3301  Chamber president bullish for changes  'IfieSunshme Coast MusicSocUty  CALLS FOR  AUDITIONS FOR  mrsaxsroRY  hkattpm  HIohmUnitKHIwirh  Dm* for  (Call MM. 20,  5 6pm)  Itlmaks.  llmnlas  cjbM Xpttappml  4Mn  tatlaritlOIKK  h*fmnittg<it].iy  IHT tflrOffTMlKNl  tontttcllynVmon  U6-099S  Elphinstone  Secondary  NEWS-  N  Parent yMflnaitoa  At last week's meeting, parents:  (a) approved the school's Code of Conduct  (b) decided to send a letter to the Ministry of Education  requesting the continuation of the Passport to Education  program as it currently exists.  (c) began discussions about teacher advisement and, in  order to give teachers the time to do it, giving all students  some independent time.  Next meeting: February IS, 7:30 p.m.  Volunteer Readers Heeded  We need volunteers from the community who are willing  to spend a few hours this week reading exams to  students with serious reading problems. Please Mil the  school at 686-2204.  Mon-lnatractlonal Days  The Board of School Trustees has approved the following  days as professional development days:  Half Days:   (afternoon classes cancelled)  February 5     March 5  February 19     May 7  Whole Day: April 2  On February 5, Elphinstone teachers will be discussing  aspects of the the year 2000 program. Parents and  students are invited to attend the discussions at  Elphinstone.  by Charles Hart  Business promotion and  political leadership: two things  the new president of the Gibsons and District Chamber of  Commerce intends to make his  focus in ihe coming year.  Secretary Lionel Trudel was  elected the chamber's new  president in a membership ballot last week, out-polling vice-  president Conchita Harding,  after former president Sharron  Burk resigned citing personal  and business pressures. Burk,  elected at the chamber's agm in  November, will continue to  serve on the executive as a  director.  Trudel's election marks a  shift in priorities. A Gibsons  photographer and graphic  designer, the 26-year-old is keen  to heighten the chamber's profile in the community and off  the Coast, and to take a more  public stand on political issues  of local and national interest.  "I haven't done anything like  this before and I'm interested in  seeing some changes," Trudel  told the Coast News. "I want to  get away from the Lions Club  fundraising priorities and promote business on a more political level."  Promotion will be a double-  edged task, he said, bringing a  Marsh  Society  seeking  grant  With all the changes happening on the Sunshine Coast these  days, it's nice lo know there are  still those looking out for the little guys.  As part of provincial environment week, The Sechelt Marsh  Protective Society has plans to  apply for a grant that would  make them eligible to receive up  to $2,300 in aid of a project that  would see two new ponds devel-  Glbsons and District Chamber of Commerce executive directors  elected secretary Lionel Trudel as president following Sharron  Burk's resignation.  higher profile to businesses that  are already located on the Coast  and aiming to attract new businesses to the area. "There's a  high level of skills and education here relative to the number  of unemployed," said Trudel.  "It's something Ihe chamber  could get involved with."  Rather  than   relying  on  Joel Johnstone photo  fundraising, the chamber plans  to mount educational seminars  on business topics as a way of  raising money for projects. "We  really want to become a knowledge network for business and  really that will be our new cash  base,' explained Trudel, who  plans lo dedicate one day a  week to chamber commitments.  Another idea Trudel outlined  would see the chamber co-ordinate a homes trade show to try  to attract new home buyers lo  the Coast. "Real estate is usually a very good boon to, I guess,  improving the level of services  on the Coast... These are things  that I feel are more in line with  the mandate of a chamber of  commerce."  On Ihe political front, Trudel  was critical of the chamber's  unwillingness to be more outspoken, citing October's constitutional referendum as an example. The provincial chamber of  commerce supported a Yes vote,  Trudel noted. "Gibsons had a  heated debate and said it's a  personal choice but by no means  was that representative of what  businesses wanted," he said. "I  would've contacted all members, sought their response and  published the figures."  On a local level, Trudel said  the chamber needs to be more  outspoken on planning and zoning issues, and not just with  government. "Writing a form  letter to all four levels of government is too easy. We need to  be more in Ihe public eye ... If  business just sits back on it's  heels it's going to turn us into a  Surrey where everyone sits back  and drinks beer."  oped on the Sechelt marsh site,  Lot 48, as well as a crush gravel  foot path. Marsh Society president Tony Greenfield called it a  "landscaping project, with the  idea of creating a better habitat  for wildlife."  treasurer    Bill  Wishlow said they've further  plans to make the present path  around the marsh wheelchair  accessible.  Wishlow said Sechelt council  has been supportive of the  marsh habitat for years, giving  grant money to maintain it.  "They really keep us going," he  said.  The Sechelt marsh is presently home to a variety of waterfowl and small birds, said  Wishlow, adding lasl year birders were treated to the sight of a  hooded merganser.  Maritime museum proposed for lower Gibsons  by Charles Hart  Interested in the maritime  history of the Coast? Like the  idea of a waterfront museum in  lower Gibsons to present a variety of historical artifacts, displays and programs to preserve  and promote awareness of the  Coast's maritime heritage?  886-4.2 ��4'1  FOR  ONE  FOR  ONE  (Read these numbers out loud slowly)  PIZZA  OMEGA'S NEW DEAL  That's what the the Sunshine  Coast Maritime Historical Society is planning: the society has  asked the Town of Gibsons to  help out by making public land  available for a small, but active  museum.  The society details its ideas  and ambitions in a letter to the  town, which council referred to  ���m its planning committee Tuesday  for future discussion. Ideas proposed include permanent displays of native history, the story  of the fishing industry, maritime  transportation and seamanship.  "Ideally located on the waterfront, the museum could eventually have a small heritage wharf  to display boats being worked  on," says society president John  DeKleer in the letter. "Should a  OM-E-G-A  RESTAURANT  2 FOR 1 PIZZA  EVERYDAY  OM-E'G-A  .RESTAURANT  fr.  TWO SMALL  PIZZAS  822.  plus tax  with cheese and  2 toppings  Valid only with coupon Tor take-out,  online in. Vxtn tupping* available  al additional cosl.  .Not valid for delivery orders.  ���Excludes exlra cheese.  OMEGA 4^-4  886-4241  TAKE-OUT OR DELIVERY  886-4241  (for 2 forI)  There's  a  new  Pizza  Hotline  in  Town  (for 2 Foil)  ��� ���VAI.IIABI.I; COUPON a��� ��� ataaa J   _T��  FAMILY CHOICE  TWO MEDIUM  PIZZAS  14??  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"Maybe  they feel it's timely," he said of  the maritime society's request.  He said the town is looking  to put together a long-term plan  for the two-acre, undeveloped  Gibsons Landing Park on the  waterfront. The Gibsons Rotary  Club has expressed interest in  developing the Landing Park,  after constructing a volleyball  court ihere last summer. Rotarians have asked to meet with  council about the properly,  Small said.  "It's a bit of an eyesore, quite  honestly, and it's a very important piece of property on the  waterfront. But it's going to take  a lot of money to develop it and  I don't think we're of a mind to  in this economic climate."  Meanwhile, Small was noncommittal about the maritime  society's request. "I think we  need quite a bil more information than they put in the letter."  "J   ������ff  Grown furnishings  VANCOUVER HEAD OFFICE  Ph: 604-322-5768 ��� Fax: 604-322-5763 Coast News, January 25, 1993  news  Voting changes opposed  by Jane Seyd  Local government officials  have sent a message to Victoria  objecting to proposed changes  which would see recreational  property owners disqualified  from voting in municipal and  regional district elections.  Last week, regional directors, along with Gibsons mayor  Eric Small, sent letters to the  Ministry of Municipal Affairs  opposing the planned changes  as taking away rights of owners  who should have a say in local  government.  The changes are being proposed by Ihe province as a  move which it says will make  local government more responsive to concerns of the people  actually living in an area, rather  than those who own property.  According to the ministry, local  governments now deal with  community issues of much  wider concern than simply disposition of property, so the  changes are appropriate.  But regional directors said  they don't buy that argument.  "What is being suggested is  the disenfranchisement of a significant number of voters," said  director Jim Gurney.  He added that while "it may  be expedient for those of us  who are residents to disallow  those of us who are not residents because they may vote  differently than we do," a dangerous precedent could be set  thai way.  So far, the mayors of both  W^^-\  W_T  5rv-4aSa***- '^^H  aPli    *  m   1  \W **emi��  Xmmmm^"                 ���   a^^H       **�����:*'*"*"  _\__     J_m  w IN  __r   _^LW"  ''4;IBl^  m._____  ^_4  a  \_\W f  p^'l  L-'EBBM ������'������Vi!  SjSk^' I  tar _������mm���_���....���j  John McNevin: a lone voice of support  file pholo  Gibsons and Sechelt have  echoed those feelings on the  issue.  An exception to those views  has been taken publicly by only  Gibsons councillor John  McNevin.  "I don't think because you  have property you have the  divine right to vote," said  McNevin, when the issue first  came up. "We live in this community all year round...they  come in on our conditions."  McNevin said at one point in  lhe past, a recreation complex  for the Sunshine Coast was  voted down largely by recreational property owners from  other places who didn't want to  see their taxes go up. In the  communities where these owners lived most of the year, "they  had nice recreation complexes,"  said McNevin. "...but we didn't  get one."  Also at issue is a change proposed by the ministry to disallow businesses from voting.  That has been supported personally by both Sechelt mayor  Nancy MacLarty and McNevin.  Police role  coming up  for review  A policing commission sel  up by the province to look into  issues such as use of force,  police complaints, and the role  of policing in Native indian  communities, will soon be  holding public hearings in rural  areas of B.C.  Gender and multicultural  issues, the role of police boards,  use of search warrants and  police versus non-police services are also under discussion.  The commission, headed by  Mr. Justice Wallace Oppal, is  the first to examine the role of  police in the province in over  20 years. So far, the hearings  held in urban areas with municipal police forces, such as Vancouver, have dealt with topics  ranging from neighbourhood  policing to neck holds.  Between February and April,  the commission will travel to  25 rural communities. A schedule is being prepared.  Sechelt Staff Sgt. Cam Reid  said more police presence is  likely to be an issue in rural  areas. But he added he would  also like to see greater community involvement in crime prevention "rather than expecting  the police to attend to all policing and social needs."  Oral or written submissions  will be received by the commission until May. Discussion  papers are expected in summer.  Lund draws characters 'larger than life9  from page 1  Depending on who's speaking, there are different versions  of Lund, but "very few people  come to Lund and are nondescript, blend into the scenery,"  he says. "They're all larger than  life."  Invariably, (hey end up at the  old,hotel. "I|Ya,|)sconvince/l)^)r ���  years it, was the centre of thi;,.   ...  universe," says Matheson.!',\\,..,  was convinced there was some  sort of vortex under that hotel  that was sending them off in the  right direction."  There are stories you could  hear about the Lund hotel if you  hung around the bar long  enough looking oul over the  Strait and the slow wake of  boats coming in to the dock.  Built in 1911 on pilings over  the harbour, the old structure  still stands, though the land  around has since been filled in.  The town post office is runout  of the lobby and anyone asking  for a room with a phone - as one  woman once did - is still likely  to be laughed at.  Dave Stevens, the new owner  of the hotel, is one of the recent  escapees to Lund from the United States, arriving after a personal tragedy struck. Eventually  he wanted to leave the city.  "A lot of the locals have  stayed here at various times  through their life," and lhe  stories of barroom brawls go,  "Oh, from the 1940s lo last  night," says Stevens.  On Ihe third floor of the  hotel, sealed off for years until  recently, lhe ghost of Mrs.  Thulin, wife of the original  owner, is said lo walk among  the rooms with sloping ceilings  and water marks dripping  through faded wallpaper.  "The old story is nobody  Keith Matheson  other than a Thulin will successfully operate the hotel," says  Stevens.  Objects move around unexplained. Lights turn on and off  in padlocked rooms. Once, up  on the third floor to flip a breaker, "I came around the comer  and had the strongest feeling I  was being watched," said  Stevens.  Down in the basement,  among some of the old log pilings, he flashes a lighter into a  dark-walled storage room:  "They say this was the Lund  drunk tank."  In the curio shop, where a  needlepoint Mona Lisa stares  oul above old china, Joan - a  fixture at the hotel for over 60  years, who's also related by  marriage to the original Thulins  - elaborates: "There was a bunch  of drunks here. I'm not going to  lie about that. That's what kept  the place hopping," she says.  "They called it the snake room."  Back in the old days, the  hotel was a different kind of  place, says Joan, with the Union  steamships stopping twice a  week and fishermen and loggers  down from Desolation Sound:  "My uncle would support them  all winter, then they'd pay him  'P^Spri^" .������.,,...;  In its heyday, with people  cqntjng up from Powell River  and over from Savary Island:  "You couldn't even get a reservation for a dance unless you  made it months in advance."  There was an apple orchard  where a parking lot sits now,  two dining rooms and a kitchen  where she once baked pies to go  over lo Savary in boxes.  In the old days, "They  weren't recipe cooks," says  Joan. "That made all the difference."  And in the old store, "You  could get anything in it from a  sewing needle down to a boom  chain."  In the Lund general store  attached to the hotel today,  there's linseed oil, paint thinner,  a sink faucet, shovels, axes,  eyebolts and antifreeze along  with cat food, coffee and carrots.     ��� ��� ' ���  A fhan sits on (he flb% ilirtlie  nail aisle, working on his chain  saw. Later lie passes Davt; '  Stevens outside on his way to  the dock: ''That's Maurice. He  came here 12 years ago to finish  a book and never left," says  Stevens. Maurice starts up the  chain saw motor. "...Hey, you're  missing pan of it..." calls  Stevens.  "It doesn't matter," says  Maurice, watching the blue  smoke billow upwards. 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SOUTH COaUT FORD  Wharf Rd., Seclielt MDL 5936 PH 885 3281 (PARTS DIRECT LINE) 885 721 1 VAN TOLL FRFL 684 2911  _________m_^____________________________________t______mm  MftM Coast News, January 25, 1993  Wishing  President Clinton  all success  The man from Hope, Arkansas, has been sworn in as  the 42nd President of the United States of America. His  inauguration marks a generational shift in the history of  the world's last superpower.  Speculation about what that means will continue, we  can be sure, until the actions of the new administration  furnish us with something of more substance to chew on.  For both the incoming and the outgoing presidents,  Inauguration Day last Wednesday could not have come  too soon.  For outgoing President George Bush, the 60-day period between his defeat and his relinquishing of office  must have been particularly painful. Bush did not expect  to lose. His love of his country is unquestionable and he  thought he had so served that it was fully reciprocated.  But as Winston Churchill found out in 1945, leaders in  war are not automatically regarded as leaders for peace.  Unlike Churchill, Bush at 68 years of age is not going to  be given the opportunity to regain his country's top spot.  His controlled pain was manifest when he stood in the  dais and watched the new man being sworn in.  Now George and Barbara have flown off to Texas to  become 'private citizens and good neighbours' and left  the leadership of the western world in the hands of a man  a generation younger and totally different in experience  and background.  For the new president likewise, Inauguration Day  could not have come to soon. The expectations raised by  a superb campaign were very high and the days between  election and office seemed to be becoming increasingly  difficult for the President Elect.  Elected but not in office in turbulent times, he was  compelled to approve every action of his predecessor  though the rest of the world, other than Canada, Britain  and France, seemed to find the spate of attacks on Iraq  with which George Bush signed off his presidency to be  both excessive and ill-advised.  Camped in Little Rock for weeks with little news to  report, the media began to become surly and critical of  the new president before he got control of his responsibilities. The transition period began well but in the week  before Inauguration the tight control was beginning to  slip and errors were being made.  The responsibilities Clinton faces are daunting indeed.  TfiTible poverty lives in the heart of American cities and  mity Americans feel removed from the mainstream of  American life and opportunity  The Republican years have seen the growth of enormous debt and Clinton seems keenly aware that if America does not begin to put its house in order its pre-eminence in the world will be in jeopardy.  In that world beyond its borders, the challenges to  future peace and well being are many and various,  despite the collapse of what Ronald Reagan liked to call  'the evil empire' of the Soviet Union.  Within and without his country, President Clinton has  nothing but problems and we must wish him well in the  world's toughest job. He starts it with one remarkable  accomplishment. The man from Hope Arkansas has  brought hope back into the lives of millions of the poor  and dispossessed in his country. Even, perhaps, into the  lives of cynical political observers and politicians.  For that achievement alone we should already be  grateful.  letters  Business fee  hikes excessive  As a local small business I  have been faced with a 10 percent increase in business licence  fees in both Sechelt and Gibsons. Trying to survive in business on the Coast is difficult  enough without having overhead costs going up 200 per  cent in one year just to cover  business licence fees in both  these areas.  On questioning both districts  as to the reason for the substantial increase in their licence  fees, they both advised thai they  have not had an increase in Ave  years and due to increased costs  it is necessary to pass these  costs on to the consumer. This  tells me that there is obviously  something wrong with our local  governments. Why, if it is nee-vy  essary lo pass these costs on.'f '  hadn't ihey been Increasing the "*'  fees by a small percentage every  year instead of a large amount  such as 100 percent in one year.  I am sure we all wish we could  increase our prices by 100 percent in one year, but we live in  the real world and know if we  did this we would not be in  business very long.  In previous years local contractors have been trying lo  compete with people coming to  Ihe Coast and bidding and working on construction sites at cut  rate prices without a business  licence or being covered by  Workmen's Compensation.  These people take on a job and  then disappear back to the mainland leaving all sorts of prob  lems and in general a bad name  for the industry and honest local  businesses. I believe that with  the new cost of a business  licence we are going to be faced  with more of this type of problem in 1993.  I only hope that with all this  extra revenue the districts have  now collected in business  licence fees, they will put it to  good use and have the bylaw  officers out there checking up  on people and contractors mak-  ing sure they have business  licences and if not, issuing fines.  Local business is Ihe base of  every community, so let's not  eliminate them due to excessive  taxation.  JIM BAIN  Sechelt  Abolish  regional board  Why don't we get rid ot the  regional board? They are  against the environment for they  sank the Chaudiere. Now they  have voted to uglify Lillie's or  Paq Lake with a big clump of  houses on an insufficient piece  of land.  A single family having a  house on a small piece of land is  ordered to remove the house.  Many houses on a small piece  of land is better, it seems. Zoning change here was to be for  old people with little income.  Now it has been changed to 55  years and up. Fifty-five years is  Ihe prime of life and these people have to have money to move  in, quite different from the original request, yet alright because  it is a commercial venture and  will bring in taxes.  Why is no thought given to  people's health?  The regional board granted  Woodcreek Park the right lo  have liny lots, next thing, the  sewage was up in people's  yards. Complaints went in and  some small changes were made  to the disposal system. The  sewage came up in a different  place. Is this healthy?  Knowing that these small lots  were a mistake, why does the  regional board wanl to repeal  the mistake? I suppose they  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  think they are keeping it secret.  Why do we have a regional  board? I used to think that it was  to keep things reasonable. Not  so! They legislate size of houses  but say they cannot protect  drinking water.  We pay the salaries of the  regional board and they even  raise their own salaries. Why  don't we ask the government to  take away Ihe regional board?  Conditions could scarcely get  worse because the board always  supports the developer. Without  the board, we could have a nice  reduction in taxes, maybe  enough to buy bottled water.  VIOLET TYNER  Madeira Park  Transition gifts  appreciated  We'd like your readei. L o  know about some of the community support for our servla-  Last year, Ihe Elves Club  along wilh collections at local  liquor outlets, made possible the  contribution of a large number  of leddy bears lo Transition  House. Ihis made it possible for  nearly all of the children al Ihe  house during 1992 (approximately 90) to take with them a  special friend when they left  with their mothers.  Again this year, a number of  bears have been donated from  liquor store collections, and the  other toys from the F.Ives Club  will help make the visit of children wilh Iheir mothers at Transition House a happier one.  Thanks for these special gifts.  RICKI MOSS  What the world needs is a more subtle superpower  Last time in the Coast News we took a look at  history and symbolism and the role not played by  the former and the unconscious role played all too  often by die latter in foreign affairs, both generally  and specifically in the case of the world's last  super power - the Uniled Slates of America.  We noted that there was a tendency, probably  subconscious, in American policy makers to link  themselves with all the tough virtuous heroes of  the American Wild West, shaping both their self  image and their actions.  We also pointed out that in western after western, not only was the history distorted, but that the  victims of that history were slaughtered to cheers  from movie audiences all through the hey day of  the western movie. Noting that flyers in the Vietnamese war flew off in their bombing jets with  Colt 45's strapped to their hips and that the only  indicators of progress daily in that long and tortured, brutal travesty was die daily body count of  the slain.  The 'gooks' as the American soldiers called the  Vietnamese were dehumanized in exactly tbe same  way as were the Indians in the movies where you  could cheer their deaths while you munched your  popcorn and think it normal.  There is a danger in allowing this racism, for of  course that is what il is, to colour one's judgement  in a world which grows increasingly non-white  musings  John burnside  with the passing of the years. And yet, unencumbered with much of a sense of history and eager  always to find symbols of evil against which they  can reassure themselves about their virtue, recent  American leaders seem in danger of doing just  that  Of course, they are not doing it consciously but  implicit in dealings with people of different background to one's own must be the expectation that  one will try to understand the events of the day  from the point of view of the other party.  The Americans are conscientiously trying to till  their leadership of the world role in three distinct  areas as this is being written.  In Somalia in the horn of Africa they have sent  in their soldiers to make the ravaged country safe  for the delivery of humanitarian aid. They have  exchanged fire and suffered casualties and are  seizing weapons and trying to disarm the country.  A couple of years ago as the lynch pin of a  coalition, they launched the much vaunted Desert  Storm, raining down death and destruction on the  army of Saddam Hussein.  More recently, again al the urging of former  President George Bush, the Americans have spearheaded further assaults on the troublesome Hussein  with no end yet in sight.  There is another grievous trouble spot in the  world. The former Yugoslavia, after the break-up  of the Soviet Union, has reverted to the same  strife-torn, hate-ridden Balkans which were the  seed bed of the First World War.  Here, the Americans and the Europeans have  been much less resolute. The most terrible crimes  have been committed and terrible suffering has  become routine and yet the triumphant leaders of  the free world have been strangely ineffective.  Indeed, there is some indication that ineffectiveness has been caused by the fact that there is still  some division within Europe about former allies:  the Germans favouring the Croats with the British  and French holding vestigial loyalties to the Serbs.  But to Africans and Arabs it must look like the  leaders of the free world are less eager to employ  their awesome arsenals against Europeans, compared to blacks in Africa or Arabs in the Middle  East  There is a terrible danger here. Saddam Hussein  who is almost certainly wilier than he is given  credit for, is hoping lo achieve the enormous  power he seeks by linking his efforts with a Jihad,  an Islamic holy war.  Fundamentalists of all persuasions are seeking  power and in the view of Ihe Arab fundamentalists,  and professedly by Hussein, another Holy Crusade  pitting the followers of Islam againsl the infidels is  already underway.  Of course, the struggle is for power and domination. It always is. But the forces of religious fundamentalism are growing and Machiavels like  Hussein will be quick to try lo exploit it for their  own ends.  Meanwhile a new generation has come to power  in the world's last superpower.  It may prove to be a generation with a more  subtle awareness of history and a more refined  sense of national symbolism than the generations  who have held sway through most of the 20th Century.  Thus armed against ignorance the Americans  may yet save the day. There are reasonable people  everywhere who fear excess and dread the violence  that unalloyed zeal in a world of cardboard villains  can bring.  A more subtle super power could make all the  difference in our perilous future.  lAST^NEWS  Sumcrlptkm Helm he  the Cant Man or Ore iranaViaanW.'  mad.: 1 yaw ��� $33 * $2.45 CST ��� $37.45  6 months ��� $20* $1.40 CST-$21.40  ,    Foimin.- 1 yarn ��� $40 (No CST)  Reg. 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Annie MacTavish  | YtmrctmirmmkYtAW/JirywINNINCmwtpvm |  The Sunshine Coast News is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any pari ot it by any means is  prohibited unless permission in writing is firsl secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright  .   ie* .. -  ____  I-  _��_*_-, Coast News, January 25, 1993  Savour visions of various delectables  There is a song from the '30s  I called I think 'Java Jive' (I like  \ coffee I like tea, I like the Java  [ and the Java likes me) which, in  I a later verse goes on to extol the  \ virtues of beans. It lists just  I about every known kind of bean  I and gets quite rhapsodic about  l them.  I can't remember any other  i song that does this, for the bean  or the Brussel sprout or whatever. There is, of course, The Song  of Ihe Prune (other people worry  but the prunes don't sit and  brood, for no matter how young  a prune may be he's always gelling stewed), but this is clearly  in a different class and may be  talking about getting stewed  ralher than about prunes, per se.  But, you will be asking, why  arc we going on aboul these old  bits of songs aboul beans and  prunes to begin with?  It all stems from the circumstance that I have been living for  the past couple of months in a  small camper, or trailer, parked  on a building site, while the  house where I usually live is in  temporary upheaval (it has been  raised 10 feet in the air so that  another one can be built under  il).  The factor in this which leads  to some questioning of paeans  of praise for beans (particularly)  is that this trailer or camper has  no usable refrigerator or usable  oven. You catch my drift. You  can't cook up anything of any  size at all and have it around to  in a nutshell  peck on over the next 10 days or  whatever. You are wholly limited to cooking stuff on two burners, stuff that you can eat at one  sitting.  Well I know about James  Barber's lively little books  about how you can cook just  about anything on a skillet and it  sure sounds okay. But I've  noticed that he is forever reaching into his fridge for this or that  ingredient.  That, or he is strolling down  to some nearby market to do the  day's shopping, carefully selecting the day's artichokes and so  forth. With me, sorry to say, this  situation leads too often, far too  often, to beans.  Nothing therefore really  against beans, it's just that  unless you are a sturdy prospector or whatever, there can be too  many of them. And then there  are the increasing times when  you cook up something other  and it invariably turns out to be  more than you need and you  have to throw it away with distressing thoughts of the Somalis.  What is perhaps more interesting is that you begin to have  letters  stuart nutter  visions, visions of other food.  You don't sit there dreaming  these up (a merely wistful business), they just suddenly occur.  You will be reading a book or  writing a letter and there suddenly, clear as day, will be a  large platter of oysters Rockefeller.  Mine are not usually of anything fancy. What I seem to be  haunted by is steak and kidney  pie (Comish style). Some of my  visions of steak and kidney pie  (Comish style) have likely been  as vivid as Parsifal's of the Holy  Grail.  I don't think I am a glutton  particularly, in fact I am usually  being told that I should eat more  (Nutter do you want to see the  21st Century?), but there you  go. Others have had this kind of  obsessive thing going on.  Some years back Eric Link-  later wrote a book called Poet's  Pub. In it the poet has acquired  an Elizabethan pub in the  English countryside. Instead of  the ghosts of people with their  head tucked under their arm,  this fellow begins to have  visions of Elizabethan food. He  Poverty coverage  clarified  I want to thank the Coast  News and Roxanne Gregory for  the excellent coverage of the  anti-poverty group meeting that  was held in Ihe Unemployment  Action Centre office Jan. 9.  However, I must make one  correction. Donna Thomas is  the coordinator of the Une*n.  pic. it Action Centre and has  been \>f the past several year's.  Thougn I ended up chairing this  particular meeting, I am merely  a long-term volunteer.  ANNE MILES  Gibsons  Health grant  story erred  Re. article in the Jan. 4 Coast  News, "Improved quality of life  goal of health grants," many  errors are to be found in Ihis  article.  Firstly, names are misspelled: Dr. Martiquet's name  has been primed as Martique  and as Martinez. Lamarchand  should read Lemarchand. She is  not a resident of Sechelt, but of  Roberts Creek.  Secondly, concerning the  application filed on behalf of a  group of Chatelech students:  ��� this project does not  address the youlh loitering problem, per sc, and does not pretend to "solve" it;  ��� Ihis project does not  "involve using Chatelech Secondary as a base of operations  for after hours youth activities;"  ��� there 'has never been any  intention of creating a "far-  reaching" proposal. Just common sense material.  The primary t^oal, of this prr>  jeet is simply to enable a group  of Grade 12 students to articulate their perception of what  should be done to downtown  Sechelt to satisfy their needs  and wants along the lines of the  healthy community process.  Some of their needs were  expressed during the Public  Forum on Youth which Chatelech students organized last  November.  They asked, then, for help.  Chatelech vice-principal  Kerry Mahlman, and the Comparative Civilization class  teacher, Sally Thicke, are cooperating enthusiastically in  allowing this project to piggyback on a normal class curriculum, and the students are making a very special effort to juggle this project along with their  usual load, in a period of  provincial exams.  Those 12 students are taking  a risk on uncharted territory and  they must be commended and  supported in their endeavour.  Their views will be made  public at the workshop organized for Feb. 13, Sunshine  Coast Community Health Day.  A $1,500 community-based  grant has been allocated to that  project.  GENEVIEVE  LEMARCHAND  Roberts Creek  .���������  .���������'-��-���  ...   g--  r.  Brenda's ~  Cuts'n'Curls  Everyday Low Prices  for seniors  ��� Perms $45  includes cut, roller set  or curling iron  ��� Shampoo & Set  $12  ��� Cuts $10  EVENING APTO1NTMENTS  FOR THE WORKING  VVOMANORM/\N  Hiqliway 101 Gibsons  886-4805  IT'S THE TALK OF THE TOWN!  SIDEWALK SALE  JANUARY 25-30  Walk on in and start to shop ��� this season's  hottest savings are waiting!  researches it exhaustively, tries  making some of the simpler  stuff, starts brewing mead, a  sickly sweet bul heady brew, in  his cellars.  Eventually he decided to  throw an authentic Elizabethan  feast and asked his friends up  from London. It was a disaster,  of course, and most of them  were really quite sick. Which  goes to show that visions don't  always lead in a right direction.  My steak and kidney pie,  though, should be innocent  enough. The Cornish style part  is mostly that the thick pastry  wilh its fluted rim and marked-  oul leaf decoration is made with  beef suet instead of shortening  or whatever.  And then, of course, my Cornish mother used lo make quite  glorious ones and lhat, for sure,  has to be a plus.  Selected jbneUei  $20-$40  values up to $131  Lots of other in-store  specials...Savings   ��� rrT\  up to 50% **-'** l  New  arrivals  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  New arrivals  If.  /���P1T COV���R/  100% Pre-Washed Cotton Co-ordinates  for Super Softness and Perfect Fit  ��� Flowered skirts, blouses, shorts  ��� Jumpsuits, pull on pants (2 styles),  shirts and shorts  50% OFF ENTIRE WINTER  STOCK CONTINUES  ^Landing Clothing  ��� OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ���  262 Gower Pt. Road, Gibsons Landing * 886-2116  Co      :!     ��� MTal.tl!   'llll  3i ��� -.- i) ni Inil' 11 3ttiiirli->nofj?9t 'irl'V  SUPER  SAVER  Shop around for the best price on  outboards or stern drives then...  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Alex,  Carol, and Hanna Skytte with  (>uy Fisher took the A Division  match from Sleeves and team-  males Dennis Suveges, Helen  Sleeves and Maureen Sadler.  Joel Johnstone pholo  For the finest in area dining         ^^^^^^^^^ \_f _^t^t      _w_^_.  Dining guidE  Featured Restaurant of tbe Week  CAFE PIERROT  Coast Bistro  Espresso Bar  Daily Specials  Everything made fresh on  the premises.  Call 885-9962 to book our  Catering Service  Open Monday through Thursday. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday A Saturday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m..  Closed Sundays.  Located at Teredo Square In Sechelt. Visa & Mastercard Accepted  FAMILY DINING  Andy'l RMtwrint - Lunch and din*  ner special everv day. Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib  Night. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza, Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet even Sundav from  11 am- 2:30 pm. Hwv 10!, Gibsons, 886-3388. 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Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-10pm. Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  night 2 for 1 special 5pm-10pm.  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats  plus banquet room.  Hillside Family Restaurant Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons.  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and burgers, homemade soups, pies and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials.  Take-Out available upon request,  Licensed k air conditioned.Winter  Hours: Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am -  9 pm. Fri k Sat 11 am - 10 pm.  886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  The Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  885-7285.  New China Kitchen - GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar k dessert. Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am - 9 pm. Friday  k Saturday, 11:30 am - 10:00 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 4:30pm - 8:30 pm  For reservations calf 886-3028. Free  delivery from 5 pm - 8:30 pm within 6 km radius. Minimum $15  order. Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while lasting  one of our many homestvle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our 'Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - localed 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Pub  open noon - closing. Kitchen  hours: Noon -8:00 pm.  Irvinis Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed set-  ling wilh ocean view. Average dinner for Iwo, $30. We're now open 4  days a week - Fri k Sat: Noon -11  ?m, kitchen Noon - 9 pm; Sun, k  hurs: Noon - 10 pm, kitchen  Noon - 9 pm. For the WINTER  MONTHS ONLY, we are closed  Mon., Tues. k Wed. Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard k Visa.  Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  To savor this superb dining experience, reservations are required for  dinner. Fully licensed. Hours,  Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch 11  am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  Chet Philippe Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. The fire is burning every evening in our rugged  slone fireplace. We have candlelight and fresh flowers on the  tables. Soft music is the final  touch to sel the scene for a  relaxed evening of fine dining, we  have an extensive wine list and  friendly professional service.  Your hosts Chef Philippe and  Karen l!acoste invite you to have  that special dinner you go to Vancouver for - right here in Gibsons! Follow Gower Point Road to  Ocean Beach Esplanade. Reservations recommended. 886-2188.  Open 5:30 p.m. 6 days a week.  Closed Wednesdays.  Creek Houm - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa k Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flambe' desserts are prepared at  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  Pebbles ��� On The Beech - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8-3. Dinner Reservations  Recommended. In the heart of  Sechelt at the Driftwood Inn, Trail  Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie ft Gmtn's Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  Buy, sell, trade,  collect the whole set in the  Coast News  Classifieds  george In qlbsons  by (icorge Cooper  Incest? What do you, what do  I, know of Ihis crime, of Ihe perpetrator, of his victim?  A time to find out came at  last summer's Festival of the  Written Arts when Trysh Ashby-  Rolls, a new arrival lo the Sunshine Coast read her 1991 book  Triumph, A Journey of 11 all in ft  from Incest.  Ashby-Rolls is a survivor of  incest. She has come a long journey in overcoming her once lack  of self-esteem and feelings of  guilt to a life "cleaner, clearer,  saner," a life free of addictions  and compulsions. The support of  For all your SPECIAL NEEDS baking,  have over 20 varieties of flour, inclua  we  ling:  Buckwheat ��� Amaranth  Triticale . Corn  Potato ��� Barley  Kamut ��� Spelt  Soya ��� Rice  VARIETY ����� FOODS  PHYSIOTHEaRAPY  SERVICES  Now 3 locations to serve you...  Gibsons  The Wellness  Centre  818 Kiwanis Way  886-2650  Sechell  Dolphin  Physiotherapy  5660 Dolphin St.  886-2969  Pender Harbour  Harbour  Physiotherapy  5066 Francis Peninsula  883-2290  friends helped her begin this  journey of healing until she  came to the lime when she could  carry on her own.  Nearly all of the reports of  disclosure of incest have been  published in little more than the  decade just passed. All deal with  their own healing, written to  encourage other secrel sufferers  to come forward to bring their  abusers to task and lo give direction to their healing.  Noi all who come forward are  as eloquent as Ashby-Rolls.  In her foreword lo Ashby-  Rolls' book, journalist June  Callwood calls reports of incest  a "media phenomenon." Mindful  of the thousands suffering in the  same way, she said to Ashby-  Rolls, "Of course you'll do a  book."  Ashby-Rolls, in her introduction, says she has written not for  retaliation bul to reach out lo  other survivors, to those "who  support us and to Ihose who  wanl to gain greater insight into  the devastation of incest."  That last is directed to people  like me, the male, one of those  "many non-offending men..who  knowing or having heard whal is  going on, stand impolently by.  Tacit. Afraid."  How sadly true.  SUNSHINE   COAST  SOUNDINGS  SUMMER  EDITION  BOOKYOUR  ADVERTISING SPACE NOW  This edition of Sunshine Coast Soundings magazine will target the coast's  current and potential visitors. With articles and maps covering summer  activities, arts, crafts, wildlife, personalities and local history there is  sometahing for everyone.  The 1993 Summer Edition of Soundings will be distributed thirough stores,  hotels, motels, restaurants, resorts, marinas and tourist bootlis along the  length of the Sunshine Coast as well as in Vancouver, the Lower Mainland,  BC Ferries and selected locations in Southwestern & Southeastern BC and  Alberta.  Soundings is accepting advertising booldngs starting today. Reserve your  space quickly, as space is limited. Contact Rich Rawling in Gibsons at 886-  2622 or in Sechelt at 885-3930.  Take this opportunity to appear in the brightest,  most colourful magazine on the Sunshine Coast.  Call Rich today and reserve your space.  SUNSHINE COAST SOUNDINGS MAGAZINE, AVAILABLE  ON NEWSSTANDS MAY 21  ----��*-*-��� ���'��� community  roberts creek  Coast News, January 25, 1993  the  R���AL ���5TAT��� CORD6R  by Beverley Shipley  My new neighbour from Hollywood is in the process of  building a 5,000-square-foot  house. In his words and mind, a  small house. Wow. Am I supposed to be impressed wilh this  flagrant ostenlatiousness?  As the 2,000 square foot and  monster, mega houses continue  to pop up in Roberts Creek, as  they continue to garishly smear  the once treed landscape with  Iheir open-mouthed, over-  glassed windowed appearance, I  shudder and cannot look. I musl  develop tunnel vision in order lo  travel down the once treed roads  of Roberls Creek.  Pace it, folks, 1/2 acre lots  cannot hide or give privacy  from neighbours with mega  houses.  Familiar changes  To see this scenario occurring right in my neighbourhood  is devastating as I have already  watched it happen in my old  hometown neighbourhood in  Burnaby.  Last year when my folks'  house in that community, with  only Iwo bedrooms and one  bath, sold for a ridiculous  $250,000 (and today would sell  for an extra $100,000), I was  amazed. But my elderly retired  parents could no longer afford  the taxes and with their honesty  and pride, refused to defer those  taxes.  My mother had become  increasingly terrified of the  'ball' as she had for the last year  been watching it knock down  and smash into small pieces, her  once quiet neighbourhood.  When staying over one week  she was in a state one morning  at the raging and grinding noise  ROCKWOOD  events  NIGHT  Feb 16-April 6  TuesdiytlorBweeks  NORTH WEST STYLE  INDIAN CARVINO  with Bradley Hunt  An introduction Ihe pull method  used in Ihis style of carving.  Emphasis on type and use ol tools,  woods and techniques.  7:30-9 pm $85.60  Feb 20-March 27 &  Jan 20-March 10  CHILDREN'S ART CUSSES  WITHORETAQUZEK  Six ways ol drawing wilh  colour and pattern���  an introduction into att and Ihe  creative process using various media.  Ages 6-8: Sat Feb 20-Mar 27  10:00���noon  Ages 9-12: Sal Apr3-May8  10:00-noon  $60.00  On-going classes or  starting soon  Yoga  with Sara Gerring - Wednesdays  with Carol Brophy - Tuesdays  Tai Chi  with Merrily Corder-Mon./Wed.  Creative Drama lor Children  (9-12 yrs.) -Mondays  Coffee Houie  Saturday, January 30  Drawing SWalercolour  wilh Don Jarvis  Shakespeare  Ihe Tragedies wilh Peler Millard.  Figure Drawings Portraiture  wilh Jack Campbell of Emily Can-  College ol Ait.  LIMITED ENROLLMENT -  REGISTER EARLY FCfl ALL CLASSES!  For info and  885-2522  THE ROCKWOOD CENTRE  of a backhoe. We walked one  block down and two over. By IO  am where once a modest family  home had stood, just across the  street from her friends, a huge  pile of rubble sat.  The excavator was scooping  up (he mess and dumping il into  the back of a semi-truck with an  open trailer.  Then there's the case of her  friend and neighbour just one  block away who kept her home  hidden by trees and large hedges  over the years. She was known  as the lady in Ihe pink house.  When she was removed lo a  davis bay news  'home', her house was sold and  of course, torn down. But every  living leaf and branch was  ripped out of the ground and  trucked away.  The property was then turned  into two identical houses - mega  houses - two of them on one lot!  They may have sold for over  $300,000 each, but the fence  built to divide them had a  crooked gate. Welcome to  growth and development.  RCCA Meeting  The next Roberts Creek  Community Association meeting will be Wednesday, Jan. 27  at - please note the new time -  7:30 pm in the hall. On the  agenda will be a representative  of the building committee and  two speakers to talk about teens  and the recent problems Sechelt  high school students have  encountered in that community.  Winter Blues Fair  ll is time for the third annual  Winter Blues Fair to be held at  the hall from 10 am to 3 pm  Sunday, Jan. 31. Tables are for  rent - for more information conlacl Jeanette at 885-.*;.-; 12. This  event is being sponsored by Ihe  hall restoration committee.  by Grete AvdeefT, 885-5792  Walk past the hall Thursday mornings between  9:30 am and 11:30 am and laughter will entice you  to enter. Inside, you will find more than two dozen  children, with their moms or dads, engrossed in  play.  Kari, the child care worker, has set up a number  of preschool age appropriate sta- ������  tions - a craft table, painting, free  play area, story telling and a circle  time, where children enjoy a snack.  Coffee is available for parents to  enjoy as Ihey chat with one another.  Iris and Pam, the child care assistants, are busy watching the children  and assisting where needed. The  laughter is infectious, pulling you to  join in the fun.    There is a real need for some volunteer grandmas and grandpas to come out to help  supervise Ihe children so their parents can have a  short break. Especially helpful would be a volunteer who could play piano during circle time.  Therese Egan, coordinator for the Parent and  Tot Program, greets parents at Ihe door and collects  a very nominal fee for attending. She would like to  take this opportunity lo thank the corporate sponsors - Clayton's Heritage Market, SC Credit Union,  'There is a real  need for volunteer  grandmas and  grandpas to help  supervise the  children..'  Gibsons Building Supplies, Gibsons Realty and  SuperValu.  As one parent said, this is an excellent way to  prepare my child for preschool and school. He  learns the social skills of being in a group situation  with my parental guidance.  Whether you are a person who is always reading    a book or one who only reads occasionally, our little library will have a  book to satisfy your tastes. New  books are constantly being bought  or donated, so you are sure to find  something new each time you visit.  If you want to expand your own  home library, once a year the library  holds a sale of duplicate and older  books.    Volunteers keep the library running. They would love to see more  people taking out books or just stopping by for a  chat. If you have a few extra hours a month, the  library is also in need of more volunteers to help  fill Iheir expanded hours: Tuesday 6 pm to 7:30  pm; Friday 12 noon lo 4 pm and Saturday I to 4  pm.  Drop by for a good book and leave your name  and number with the librarian on duty.  This is your library. Please use it.  by Herb Craig  REP: GIBSONS REALTY  DREAM HOUDAYS  Imagine ihli...you have the choice of the following  accommodations AT NO CHARGE.  ' In Italy, slay in an 18th Century three bedroom Villa located in an ancient  medieval village overlooking Florence. Aircondilioned car included, use ot 4  bikes, convenient shopping, private garden (stone wall) private swimming pool.  * A clay tiled roof on a two storey home in a small French village, 30 miles east  ot Paris. You would have Ihe use ol a motor home or car plus bikes, all  conveniences, next to a river with private swimming pool.  * A Victorian home in Cambridge, England, all appliances, 2 bikes, tourist area,  convenient shopping, private garden, swimming pool and quiet neighbourhood.  Remember, all of the above accommodation are FREE. And many of the  homes can only be described as elegant ��� right down to the crystal & cutlery.  Interested? See you next week, unleee you need some help In selling your  YOU WILL BE   SOLD  ON MY SERVICE  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS REALTY LTD. 886-2277  WE THANK  &  FOR  ��<-PT^ijf9    THIS SPACE  %/jA,    tyfr EACH WEEK  ~"?U3miA t7t��_  HELP THE  Donationi    888-2488 or Box 598  Kids & Tobacco  It's a crime.  wm$6  o  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing  & Toy Centre  10% OH'ion ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  QoAh 'rTfewuf'i.  JflAfiWA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAVS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Turps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  'IIARMACY  883-2888  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2266  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  golf Course  Visitors Welcome  I /a mile North or r.a.D.N bay Rd.  HWY. lOI 883-9541  Pender Harbour'a ONLY  Full Line Sporting Gooda Store  Francl* Penlraule Place  Corner of Sunahlne Coaat Hwy. 8  Francla Penlnaula Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  Pandas. Harbour, B.C 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  DINING  M  RESTAURANTT  883-9919  HAIRDRESSERS  & ROOFING  Kleiiufare  Tar It Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolds   883*9303   Miss Sunny's  IUIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Cert. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-8822  Hugh W.Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX.883-9524  ftyf Corporation of tlje  Distrift of ^elicit  P.O. Box 129,5545 Intel Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 685-1986 Fax:(604)1385-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Mayor's Hot Line  Residents are reminded that the Mayor's Hot Line should not be used for emergency  calls or complaints that should be seen to immediately. The "Hot" Line is for residents  who have had ongoing problems and feel that these have not been addressed properly,  or for those residents who just have a suggestion for the Municipality.  All other calls should be put through to the regular Municipal number - 885-1986.  In case of emergency, after hours, please call the following:  Water: 885-2261 Highways: 1-800-663-4997 Sewer: 885-5111  1993 Business Licences Due & Payable  Please be advised that 1993 District of Sechelt Business Licence fees are due now.  Failure to pay by January 31st, 1993 will result in a 10% penalty being applied to your  unpaid fees.  Your cooperation is appreciated.  i"��q  Improved Mini-Bus Routes for Sechelt  Porpoite Property Bout*  Lve. Coast News 8:45 am 10:45 am 2:45 pm  Arv. Yew Road 8:49 10:49 2:49  Lve. Burnett Rd. 8:52 10:52 2:52  Arv. Blue Heron 8:55 10:55 2:55  Arv. Post Oflice 8:58 10:58 2:58  Arv. Shell Service Stn. 9:00 11:00 3:00  Arena Rout*  Lve. Shell Service Sin. 9:05 11:05 3:05  Arv. Arena 9:10 11:10 3:10  Arv. Harbour Way 9:11 11:11 3:11  Arv. Arena 9:13 11:13 3:13  Arv. Anchor via Marine Way 9:16 11:16 3:16  Arv. Shell Service Stn. '9:20 '11:20 '3:20  J Transfer service available to and from ferry terminal.  | For further information on these 2 new routes .the new routes to Halfmoon Bay and Ocean  ��� Esplanade (Gibsons), andon regular routes, please call the Mini Bus olfice at 885-3234.  I J  Lounge Hours ��� Sechelt Arena Clip'n'Save ��fa_.  Thursdays and Fridays 8 pm - midnight  Saturdays 7 pm -1 am  Sundays 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm  1993 Dog Licences  All dogs in the District of Sechelt must be licensed. 1993 Dog Tags may be purchased at  the Municipal Hall.  Neutered or spayed dogs $8.00  Unneutered or unspayed dogs   $15.00  Senior's discount 50% of licence fee  Failure to licence your dog may result in the impoundment of the animal.  Regular Council Meetings  Regular District of Sechelt Council Meetings are held the 1 st and 3rd Wednesday of  each month at 7:30 p.m. in the SCRD Boardroom.  Mayor's Hotline:  885-5360   tS  MMMMiiMHHHMl  mam 8 Coast News, January 25,  1993  $6,000 GIVEAWAY  PATRAS D0LLAR$ NOW WORTH $2  For every order you place, Pick-up or Delivery,  You'll receive one coupon worth $2 of  savings on your next order!  community  The installation of the 1WJ executive of Royal Canadian Legion  (Br. 140) Sechelt: back row, (left to right) Sgt.-at-Arim Cliff  Stevens, Harry Bulpit, Wayne Sacco, Bill Morrison, George  Febbe, D. YVtlburn, Al Robins, Bernie Osiust; front, Ken Short,  Lillian Cunningham (zone commander), Laurie Clingwall,  Robert Jamieson (president), Ernie Patterson and Sylvia Brown,  (absent) D.Rawlinson. photo submitted  Delivery Hours  Sunday thiough Thursday I 1:30 am - I I -30 pm  Friday &- Saturday 1 1:30 am - I 2:30 am  [���HI     706 Hwy 101, Gibsons B.C. 886-7675  THIS IS ONE TEST  YOU WON'T WANT  TO BLOW  A roadside screening device  could be in the hands ol  any police officer, any time,  anywhere in the province.  \VooKvojl!i  Selected  Ladies  Sweaters  00  5  Selected  Ladies  Fleece Tops  9"  Selected  Ladies  Blouses  1300  Selected  Ladies Twill  Denim Pants  00  10  Selected  Ladies  Tights  500  Save 50%     Save 50%     Save 50%     Save 30%     Save 50%  Selected Ladies  Plus Size  Fleece Tops  9  99  Selected Ladies  Plus Size  Fleece Pants  9  99  Selected Ladies  Plus Size  Blouses  5  00  Selected Ladies  Plus Size  Skirts  10  oo  Selected Ladies  Plus Size  T-Shirts  7  00  Save 30%     Save 25%     Save 50%     Save 50%     Save 25%  Selected  Ladies  Printed Vests  Selected  Ladies  T-Shirts  >00  Selected  Childrens  Fleece Tops &  Pants  100  Selected  Childrens  Sweaters  Selected  Mens  Fleece Tops  1874  Save up  to 30% oft  Selected  Mens Winter  jackets  Save up  to 50% off  Selected  Mens Winter  Accessories  Save up^  to 25% off  Selected Water  Resistant Duck  Boots  ��� Limited slies and colours while quantities last  Hours: Mon. to Wed.: 9:30 am - 6 pm, Tues. to Fri.: 9:�� am - 9:00 pm, Sat: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm, Sun: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm  sechett scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 8*5-7365  Isn't it greal to see green  grass again? Now we'll find oul  how the perennials came  through over a month of snow  and below zero weather. It feels  like spring - soon crocuses,  snow drops, primrose and all  the spring bulbs will be coming  up and into bloom.  The music department, band  and chorus of Chatelech secondary school is sponsoring a  fundraising dance. This is an  adult dance lo take place Feb. 6  at 8 pm at the Sechelt Legion.  Live entertainment will be provided by Ihe group Local Traffic. Tickets are available at the  school or from any band or chorus member.  There's been an outbreak of  rabies on the Lower Mainland.  So far no cases have been confirmed on the Sunshine Coast  but Sechell animal control officer. Sue Spurgeon, urges pet  owners to keep their pels at  home and not allow them to run  at large.  A central Sechell (Sechell  village) residents meeting will  be held al 7:30 pm at  Greenecourt Hall. All interested  residents are urged to attend.  Several council members as  well as the town planner will be  present. Genevieve Lemarchand, local resident and community environment strategist  will address the meeting. For  information call Pat Chamberlin  at 885-2339 or Marjorie Gooding al 885-7773.  The Sunshine Coast Real  F.state Association recently presented cheques of $500 each lo  the Gibsons and Sechelt public  libraries. These funds are directed toward Ihe purchase of  books. A welcome gift indeed  and thank you on behalf of all  readers. Now we just need room  for the books and a facility lhal  gives space for adulls and children lo spend time enjoying and  selecting the books and music  available for borrowing.  The Friends of Ihe Sechell  Public Library will be meeting  Jan. 27 at 7:30 pm at Ihe library.  All interested are welcome. Call  885-5076 for information.  Tuesday, Feb. 2, from 2 lo 6  pm is art rental time at the Arts  Cenlre in Sechell. Guesl artist  this monlh is Jan Bryant Poyn-  ler. Drop in and have a look.  Up to Ihree months rental fee is  deducted from the sale price if  you decide to purchase any of  the pieces.  If you are dealing with cancer, directly or indirectly, there  are support groups in Gibsons  and Sechelt that meet regularly.  These Living With Cancer  meetings provide information  and ease Ihe sense of isolation  thai can develop when one is  fighting a long term illness. Call  Pearl at 886-8369 for information.  Fresh  Brewed  Coffee  for your office  or place of business  Call Doug at 886-7686  Audrey's  Coffee  Service  Office rfnet Rest.surant  .  Supplies ,ancl Equipment  ���~-r-"JBI  :--.i*ii..>.* ���  *_*$+* ���  t_mm  _m_m Coast News, January 25, 1993  community  haltmoon bay happenings  The fine skating conditions at Trout Lake have passed with the  coming of rain and warmer weather. Joel Johnstone photo  haibour watch  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  In last week's column, mention was made of some good  people who live in our midst,  with the realization that there  must be many such people who  receive no rewards or recognition. There are some who make  life easier for others by just  lending a helping hand when  needed, or who just make a  phone call to someone who is  lonely.  If you are aware of any such  residents it would be good to  hear from you and lo make  mention of who they are and  what they do. Likewise, since  there are so many new young  families in our area, it would be  nice lo hear of new Halfmoon  Bay babies. Please give me a  call in Ihe evenings so that I can  pass along the good news to  readers.  While on the subject of  babies, those little ones who  start off their life in Halfmoon  Bay are indeed a fortunate  breed. Not only can Ihey attend  one of the finest elementary  schools on the Coast, bul they  have a chance to enjoy life as  little people and close to home  loo.  The Halfmoon Bay Child  Care Centre has many programs  lo suit children from the age of  18 months to 12 years.  There is a toddler program  for those from 18 months to  thtee years, where there is plenty of lender loving care given lo  Ihe children by dedicated people. The regular day care program is from three years lo  school age and Ihose from six to  12 can participate in the 'out of  school' programs. Drop-ins are  also welcome and there is also a  group called 'kinder club' for  ;i��es five and six.  Jane Ballance al 885-3739  would be pleased lo give you  more details and would remind  you lhal Ihe day care is open to  children from other areas. You  might do well to go and have a  look at the facilities and talk to  Jane.  The Welcome Beach Community Association is busy  again planning a Valentine  Dance for Saturday, Feb. 13. A  good homemade roast beef dinner will be served and you can  dance the night away to some  great live music. For reservations call 885-4590 or 885-  9269.  Lighten Up...  Cast a whole new light on  your home, with exciting new  lighting. Our consultants can  show you just what to do!  Oiling light. * Wall fixture. * lamp, a [nek lighting * CHIing fan. * Recasaaxt lighting * Ousdossr  Sechelt Lighting  885-9417 �� 5609 Hwy 101, Sechelt  /DEPENDABLE  Did you know...  We sell & back  RELIABLE  USED GABS  The South Coast'!! Only BCAA AFPIOVID Shop   (Special consideration to BCAA members)  l)mmm automotive  by Jacalyn Vincent  An evening to enjoy will be  the Harbour Lights dance Jan. 30  at the Royal Canadian Legion  branch 112 in Madeira Park from  8:30 pm to 1 am. Performing as  well will be the Pender Harbour  pipe band and the high school  stage band. Here's a chance for  parents to dance with their kids  performing. Free admission for  everyone over the age of 19  years. Tickets will be available  for a raffle put on by the music  society and our local merchants.  All proceeds will be going  towards Ihe Pender Harbour  Senior Secondary school stage  band's first field trip in the  spring. Have a great time.  Industrial First Aid  An Industrial First Aid  Course will be held Jan. 30 al  Ihe Pender Harbour firehall. This  course will continue every weekend from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm for  five weeks. Fees are $275 for  volunteer firefighters and $400  for regular admission. Pre-regis-  Iralion is appreciated. Contact  Roxanne at 883-9899.  Legion Execs Elected  The Royal Canadian Legion  branch has recently elected ils  new executives for 1993: Jim  Murphy, presidenl; Jim Summers, pasl president; Joyce Clay,  secretary; first vice, Geoff  Cruthers; Fred Hunsche, treasurer; Harold Clay and Joe Adams,  executives; and Bill Mackenzie,  second vice. Congratulations to  all the new executives and good  luck in 1993.  Power Squadron Course  The Pender Harbour Sail and  Power Squadron will begin its  boating course Feb. 4 at 7 pm at  Ihe Pender Harbour Secondary  School on Thursday evenings.  You may pre-regisler for this  course by contacting David  White (883-2103) or Doris Far-  rand (883-2468) or register on  Feb. 4. Course fees are $85 for  single and $150 per couple. Here  are just a few things it offers:  boat handling under adverse and  normal conditions; seamanship  and common emergencies; government regulations; compass  and chart familiarization; and  introduction to piloting anything  from it canoe and up. Successful  completion of Ihe exam gives  you a Canadian Power Squadron  Certificate which enables you to  become a CPS member and to  gel boat insurance reduction.  Now that's a deal.  As The Tide Changes  Dog tags for 1993 for our area  tire available at the government  agent in Sechelt, not at the  regional district offices.  Birthday buffs - Joe Clark is  actually three months older than  Prime Minister Brian Mulroney,  who were both born in 1939.  Reminder to get your tickets  for the PH Lions Hard Times  dance Jan. 29 from Frank Roosen  883-2920 or Chris Shepherd 883-  9490.     ,  ..  OPENING SOO  Watch for  NATUREWORKS  Nutrition Centre Inc.  Wilson Cre?k (IGA) Plm  4330 Hwy W1  Phone 885-0773  tfrnbiet tilkimm  NIW LOCATION  373 S. Fletcher Road, Gibsons  January flat������  Printed & Embroidered Slock  some blanks in assorted colours  CUSTOM PRINTED      P.O. BOX 1731  GIBSONS, BC VON IVO  T-SHIRTS Carol Richardson 886 9394  egmont news  -s,<$_ss.\:,z ..-;.-,.;��� r ������ ��� ������-' 3 ' '__ ::r  by Lynn Mees  Area A senior housing is still  active and would like to be in  contact with Egmont residents.  Any person with an income of  $17,500 or less would be eligible for subsidized housing. Couples who have an income of  $17,500 or their combined  income is more should inquire  as to their eligibility and become  members. Everyone is eligible to  join, and you do not have to be a  senior. Please support the project. For more information call  Maynard Kassa at 883-1104 or  Ken Burroughs at 883-9968.  What fun we all had skating  on North Lake last Sunday.  You'd look around and off in  one corner was a serious hockey  game going on, then a rafl of little children just learning to skate  and meanwhile a group making  the rounds of the lake. What a  relaxing, refreshing activity and  a real treat for us west coasters.  Attention Egmont craftspeople, look for a notice on the bul  letin board concerning a multi-  craft workshop happening in  February. A great opportunity to  enrich your skills and knowledge. Register early as space is  limited.  Happy  birthday to Gale  Roose.  ��� 23 Modem Rooms  ��� Kitchen Units - by week or month  Colour Cable T.V.   ��� Full Bath & Shower  Direct Dial Phones ��� Reasonable Rates  886-2419 ��� Sunshine Coast Hwy. Gibsons, B.C.  Over  300  pairs  of  clearance  SHOES  with  L  V  UP TO 50%  savings  Large Selection of Clothes  ana Aerobic Wear On Sale  ...and much morel  Sale ends January 30  "Sty 6>Uty Saving ck t&e  (Zwifoit Orf tfaux *?We 7<mw* "  ���RONTRUNNERS  ooc AOOI. amsonar***n*_a.em,itaaiieer.m,a_,tom  OO0**��0 JU MaaaXair - Ikasnatar ��������   apaai. rnabr Itaaaa   >>>. Ul.net lataraa   a>aa>  ���"      NEW     ^F  CHINA KITCHEN  RESTAURANT  In addition to our authentic  Chinese food, our lunch buffet  now includes  Canadian cuisine!  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All the melodrama and most of the singers and  comedy will be there. Come on  out. Blow the cobwebs away.  Boo the villain. Cheer Ihe hero.  It's called Sunshine Vaudeville -  perfect for this lime of year.  Pam Feichlner of Driftwood  Players said the show has been  shortened a little from November's program "Hopefully, it'll  be ideal this time...All lhe  monologues are slill on and  there'll be some singing."  Rehearsals are scheduled in  the first week of February.  Driftwood Players' Vaudeville repertoire, which played at the  Roberts Creek Hall in November, is billed to rerun in Pender  Harbour Feb. 6. Joel Johnstone pholo  Art centre to host feminist reading  Non-fiction has ceased to be  regarded as a means to an end,  or merely a way of funnelling  information, images and messages lo lhe public, says the editor of a book of feminist writings who will read at the Arts  Cenlre Friday, Jan. 29.  Susan Crean's anthology  Twist and Shoul: A Decade of  Feminist Writing in This Magazine, is gleaned from writings  which first appeared in This  Magazine's Female Complaints  column from 1986 to 1991, also  includes feature pieces from tht*  magazine.'  The collection of essays,  observations and fantasy are by  self-described citizens of the  world and keepers of history.  "We come from and belong to  many communities which, in  one way or another, are struggling for survival, articulation  and self-definition," says Crean.  For a decade, the Females  Complaints column provided a  space "for a multiplicity of voices lhat was nonetheless coherent, that came together as a cho  rus," Crean is quoted as saying.  The column reflected the changing experiences of Ihe women's  movement through the 1980s,  "We were learning how lo use  power when you have it.  "Whal this anthology tells us,  is that non-fiction has ceased to  be regarded as a means to an  end. Moreover, women have  taken to it with alacrity and in  large numbers. Is it possible lhal  creative documentary is one  place women have found to  write their experiences with  some saftjjy?" she asks.     _. ���  "I believe in the efficacy of  cultural knocks," says Crean.  "In lhe end, we have lo believe  in positive purpose of mistakes,  trust the irritation lo produce  changes in language, to create  awareness. So, lei's dance to  that dream."  The anthology includes  works by Margaret Alwood,  Sandy Frances Duncan, Heather  Menzies and Crean herself,  among others. She terms Ihe  book "raunchy, irreverent and  occasionally rude," but adds  with humour, "you can count on  us being loud, shrill and strident."  Crean, who is currently writing a book on Emily Carr, is a  frequent radio and television  commentator and speaker on  cultural and feminist issues. In  1989, she was appointed the  first MacLean Hunter chair in  creative non-fiction at UBC and  has served as the chair of the  Writers' Union of Canada. Her  other works include Who's  AfijjHg^j^'attadian Culture and  Newsworthy: the LIvetV'Trf  Media Women. She writes for a  variety of magazines including  This Magazine, Canadian Art,  Toronto Life and Books in  Canada.  Crean appears at the Arts  Centre courtesy of the Canada  Council and admission is free.  The evening will feature readings from Twist and Shoul and  will be followed by a question  period, lhe performance begins  al 8 pm. Copies of Twist and  Shout will be on sale during the  intermission.  FLEA MARKET  $  Saturday, January 30th  S.I.B. Community Hall  Doors Open 10:00 a.m.  Close 2:00 p.m.  Table Rentals $5 each  ��� il ����."> 227.-. Iiflwt-  #  West Side  Story  billed  The Sunshine Coast Music  Society has chosen Leonard  Bernstein's 1957 Broadway  classic West Side Story for this  year's musical theatre production. As wilh last year's  acclaimed production of Anne  of Green Gables, production  and rehearsals will progress  through Ihe springtime for a  series of performances in lhe  first two weeks of July.  In selecting West Side Story,  artistic director Lyn Vernon has  chosen a piece which will continue to encourage participation  of young people, with exciting  opportunities for choreography  and youth chorus. Bernstein's  powerful musical score will be  a great showpiece for the  Soundwaves Orchestra which  Vernon has worked hard to  develop in the past few years.  While there are a more limited  number of adult parts in this  production, there are many  opportunities for backstage and  producing roles.  The challenging choreography for the musical will once  again be directed by Karen  Boothroyd and those who  enjoyed Ihe young dancers in  Anne are in for a treat. The  stage director will be well  known Chatelech drama teacher, Kerry Mahlman.  The nexl step in the production is selection of the cast and  chorus on Saturday, Feb. 13.  Male and female singers and  dancers in Ihe range of 14 to 30  years old, as well as adult males  for four roles, are invited to  audition between 3 pm and 8  pm at St. John's United Church  in Davis Bay. No great amount  of experience is necessary. Further information for auditions is  available from Lyn Vernon at  886-0995.  The non-performing public  is invited to volunteer for carpentry, design, costumes, props,  . makeup, stage hands, promotion, fundraising and program  layout. Please call 886-0995.  Gibsons Legion Br.#109  In The Lounge loop.  STEVE LAU  THE HONG KONG COWBOY  a Friday & Saturday Night, Jan. 29-3^  JDart* Wed. Evenings  Saturdays  Retirement and Insurance Planning Since 1982  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� RRSP, RRIF, and  Annuities  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800-663-2051  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  Lawrence K. Chambers, clu  Mutual funds licence with  Guardian Group of Funds lid.  CHAMBERS  PI1NNINC  1IIVICES  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  SIDEWALK SALE  CONTINUES UNTIL JAN. 31  -����?:  MARKED DOWN f c?���  Our way of saying thank9\s^VINGS'  JflP  Coast Hues  I WFLY FISHINJ3 & FLY TYING EQUIPMENT ��� ,896)3085  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS  '-affpfta.  ACE-fiGE  riCES  UTDF  WORLD  RICES"  COMBINATION  MICROWAVE/CONVECTION OVEN  ���  COOKS IN ONE THIRD  OF CONVENTIONAL  COOKING TIME  ALSO  RANGES  FRIDGES  FREEZERS DISHWASHERS  I a^are^���i  * * SPECIAL PURCHASE* *  St-cholt  Furniture Land  Qost Prices! Besl Selection! Besl Quality! Best Service!  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Sechelt  MMMJB  _*m  mu leisure  MON TIME HT. FT  0040  25   0740  MO   1340  1850  4.2  15.0  9.1  12.6  FBI TIME HT. FT.  0250  29 0915  FR   1825  2250  8.6  14.4  6.7  11.5  TUES TIME HT.FT.  WED TIME HT. FT.  0110 5.2  26   0805 14.9  TU   1420 8.5  1935 12.3  SAT TIME HT. FT.  0330 9.8  30 0940 14.2  SA   1716      6.0  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  THURSTIMEHT. FT  0140  27 0825  WE   1500  6.3  14.8  7.9  2030    11.9  SUN TIME HT. FT.  0030 11.7  31   0425 10.9  SU   1015 13.9  1810 5.3  0215 7.4  28 0850 14.6  TH 1540 7.3  2130 11.7  Tide Tables Courtesy of  Enhancing Coast  music education  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  Coast residents prick up your  ears: the sound of beautiful  music is soon to fill the air.  Courtesy of a regional district arts grant, the Sunshine  Coasl Music Society is giving  local string players the opportunity to train with a seasoned  professional.  "It's part of our mandate for  the Sunshine Coast Music Society to enhance music education  on the Coast," said artistic  director Lyn Vernon of the program.  Vancouver violinist Lorraine  Grescoe-Ovenell will be on the  Coast every Monday to teach  anyone who wants to leam how  to improve stringed instrument  technique. The program is open  to anyone but absolute beginners, said Vernon.  To her credit, Grescoe-  Ovenell has been involved in a  number of different musical  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MARINE SERVICES  iaiaal.it.'. reliable, <>. oiininl. ssl  Interior ��� exterior  CUSTOM PAINTING  seniors iWnuni ��� free eslimales  885-8895  Ship Shape Props  BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS A SERVICE  "SUP SHAPE SERVICE"  Caamll Bolly, Proprietor R.R. 1, Mason Road  PH:MS-S27l(Blli.) Sachet*, B.C.  ���**-M10(RM.) VON SAO  CONTOUR  DESIGN  Quality Supply & Installation   "*"  Ceramic Tile, Carpel & Blinds  V. 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She also leaches violin at Douglas College.  The program is mainly to  encourage children, said Vernon, and while they indeed  make up the majority of the participants who have already  signed up, adults are welcome  loo.  By May 2, Vernon is hoping  the string players will be ready  for public exposure. She's  already planned a big night for  Ihem alongside the music society's own orchestra and choir, as  well as Chatelech musicians.  It's just the first step in creating a proper music school on the  Sunshine Coast, said Vernon.  For more information on how  to get involved, call Lyn Vernon at 886-0995.  Coast News, January 25, 1993 13  COLES MARINE  Diesel Repair Ltd.  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The Driftwood Players have  opened their new year on the  Coast with a casting call for the  Neil Simon play "The Odd  Couple" (a female version) to  be held Feb. 8.  But that's not ail they've got  on their plate. When asked what  Coast residents can expect in  the way of on-stage entertainment, president Nest Lewis  detailed a list of activities.  Expect soon a scaled down  version of the vaudeville show  recently seen in Roberts Creek,  said Lewis. It's going "up the  road" to be performed in Pender  Harbour.  A professionally directed  play is in the works also, said  Lewis. For those who might  remember, the last such undertaking resulted in Ihe very popular Steel Magnolias, a play that  sold out for 11 consecutive  nights.  There are further plans for a  lighter show, perhaps a dinner  theatre, if people show the interest, said Lewis. And then  there's the drama course that is  scheduled to begin mid-February. This year the focus is on  basic acting skills, said Lewis,  who alongside two other Driftwood members, teaches the  courses.  "The whole thing was  inspired by a wonderful woman  by the name of Eileen Glassford," said Lewis, remembering  back to the drama group's origins. Offering plays of all varieties, including pantomimes,  English comedy, mysteries and  crowd pleasers, Lewis said Ihe  group's been running "on again,  off again" on the Coast for  about 25 years. Lewis herself  has been a member for 20 of  those years.  From high schools students  to seniors, the group is open to  anyone with time and energy.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Setvlces serving Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  k  &  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033 ~~^~"  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday Jan. 26,7 pm  S.P.C.A.  Take a look at the operations of the local S.P.C.A.  7:30 pit-  On The lodge  Tara Short takes you through training and first scuba dive  8 pm  Return to El Salvadore: Diane Evans talks with Carol Stewart  8 pm  I Am A Camera #1  Photographer Ken Bell talks with Al Price about his work  Wednesday Jan. 27,7 pm  Parliamentary Talkback  M.P. Ray Skelly and West Van M.L.A. Jeremy Dallon  8 pm  Arts Update: Chuck Tkachuk looks at arts events for Febniaiy.  8:30 pm  On The Edge  Tara Short lakes you on a first skydiving jump.  Thursday Jan. 28,6:40 pm  Dressing Like A Lady  Laurel Suko takes a look al the history of local fashion.  7:30 pm  On The Edge: Join Tara Short for a first rock climb.  8 pm  I Am A Camera #2  Ken Bell discusses his photographic work during W.W.II.  8:30 pm  Unveiling Burma's Nightmare  Burma today seen through the eyes of videographer Steve Larsen.  M.P. Ray Skelly comments on lhe show in an interview.  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Buying or Selling - CALL  The TOP PRODUCERS on lhe Coasll  885-3295 or Vancouver Toll Free 681-7931 . . .  14  Coast News, January 25, 1993  Take Advantage of our Netv Classified Ad Special  Run yottr classified ad <t5 times  arid pay for only 2 times!   TUJT  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  Best duplex lot in Gibsons.  60'xi20'. $69,900. No agents  please. 866-8339. *6cn  1560 sq.tt. 3 yt. old rancher in W  Sechelt, close to corner store and  school. 3 bdim.. 2 baths, living rm.,  family rm., 2 car garage with opener, lenced yard. $144,900. 865-  4421. No agents please.     ��5cn  Large view lot, ready to build on.  Services in, nice area at end ol  HlllcrestRd. 886-2751.       ��5cn  752 Hwy. 101.50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  okler house, $165,000.666-9049  Homes &  Property  3 bdrm home in Langdale, lull  basement, power plus heat, oil  back-up, 2 FP. Beautiful view, fully  landscaped. 1 km to ferry.  $175,000. Phone eves, Dave 866-  2495 or Bing 1-435-8362.    Men  NEW 3 bdrm, 2 bath, plus bonus  room up. Kitchen, living, family  room, 2 FP main. 2 car garage.  Nice area close to all amenities.  Ready lor occupancy in Feb. Asking $169,900 Call 886-2352.1501  By craftsman/owner: New 3-5  bdrm. home on sunny, private 1  acre in Pender Mainour Solid pine  doors and kitchen. $178,000-  before carpels, no GST. 863-2862.  TFN  Homes, Watertront 1 Inmtrntnt  Properties. Nick Proach 513-  7653,115-6340. Valley Pacilic  Rlly. TFN  NATIONAL  sunn i  NRS <  MO  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  IRTGAGE UPDATE  Jm 2M  6 mi  >.  1 vr.l 2yr.  3yr.  4 vr.l 5yr.  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Asking  $134,000. 4 yr. ok) 3 bdrm rancher, 60x140 lot. 686-4695.    ��6w  Wanted: first mortgage of $10,000  on home Interest negotiable. 886-  3560. Men  Wanted to buy: t/2 acre view lot in  West Sechelt. Will pay cash. 885-  6221. t*cn  "W/S~~~  GARY WHITE  886-8107* 1-351-4390  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard,  1400 sq. It. home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5935. ss  Cleared, 2.2 acres with ocean  view, Soames Point area.  $140,000,886-3360. TFN  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redrooifs,  controlled subdivision, $49,500.1-  226-9680. ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  19  23  /T^>  Barter & Trade  Bed and Breaklast  Births  IS  30  2  [GREAT  Business and Home  Services  38  VlDEA,  Business Opportunities CM  Campers  28  Child Care  37  Commercial for Rent  32  Entertainment  33  a*a*a*a*ajBaW  For Rent  31  *******j*y  For Sale  21  W  Found  11  Free  16  Obituaries  3  Furniture  20  Personal  ���  Garage Sales  17  Pets & Livestock  12  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  Recreation  a  34  Thank You  ���  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  39  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  IS  Marine  26  Wanted to Rent  IS  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  28  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  ���  30  ANDERSON REALTY  * RacraaOcan * RaYtlramaant  * RalocaUon  FREE  CATALOGUE  5686 Cownaa St., Box 1219  Saachaalt, BC., VON 3A0  aS5-32t1FAX-aU-2*M  Van. Toll FlWMa>M16  front in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be lixed up for  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Tourist Comnercial (C-2).  Double garage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jennifer 1-689-  7070. ss  At Your Service  Joe Walker  885-2235 or 885-7818  If you are thinking of buying  or selling property anywliere  on the Sunshine Coast and  want a professional who will  really work for your interests,  please give me a call.  f.V. JDWatav.  i\rs \:i  Private sale ��� 2 bdrm. comfortable  home w/parUal view on Mission  Point. Asking $105,000.885-9561.  ��5w  Pender Harbour - level easy build  lot in Garden Bay. Lake view, septic, water, driveway complete.  Drive by at lot 50, Harbour Peak  Dr., $55,000.883-2687. SS  McDonald: Doug and Stvauna are  very pleased to announce the  arrival of their New Year's baby,  Elizabeth Jane. Elizabeth was bom  January t, 1993 at Grace Hospital,  weighing 6 lbs. Very proud grandparents are Brian and Janice  Hasten ol Sechelt and Vern and  Sheila McDonald of New Westminster Men  Lidstone. Christina Lavinia, bom  December 1,1992 to loving parents Amber and Gordon Lidstone.  Men  Terry and Tom Daniels - at 7:20  pm Tues., DaKember 29,1992, our  daughter Tiegan Alyn Daniels was  welcomed into our lives. She  weighed 6 lbs., 7 ozs. Heartfelt  thanks for the comiorl and support  provided at the delivery of our  dream go to Dr. Wendy Norman  and St.. Mary's staff members  Alice, Paige and Sheryl.     I4cn  We are pleased to announce the  birth of our daughter Kaleigh  Alyssa Pollard, born January-2,  1993 -a sister for Devin.    Men  3    Obituaries  WILSON: A.R.R. (Bob) died January 19,1993 in his 77th year. He  was predeceased by his wile Jean-  me in 1974. Our hearts are lilled  with love and pride for our Father,  Brother, Grandfather, and Greal  Grandtather. His daughter Patty  and (Gaven): and his sons, Bobby  and Bruce. All his grandchildren  Laura and (Vince), Jenica, Bruce  and Ryan; Robert and (Lorna):  Diane and (Rob); and Jonathan;  and his great-grandchildren  Sheree. Alicia, and Justin. Also  survived by his brother George;  and nieces and nephews. There  will be no service, by request. Bob  was a resident of Gibsons since  1947 and served many yeais with  the Gibsons Volunteer Fire Dept.  In lieu ol flowers, donations to the  Gibsons Volunteer Fire Dept.  would be appreciated. Pnvate cremation arrangements through  Devlin Funeral Home.        Men  A^wt*m40l  /Watty 29  21. For Sale  Katie Angermeyer. MSc , RPT is  pleased to to announce the opening of a new physiotherapy service: Harbour Physiotherapy clinic,  at the Pender Harbour and Districl  Community Health Centre, 5066  Francis Peninsula, Madeira Patk.  Appointments 885-2969 (883-  2290). *8w  AHearlHltThankYou  toGlbeona  Ray and I would like to sincerely  thank each and evety person who  helped us through those first few  weeks after our home burned  down on Dec. 14, 1992. Your  immediate assistance and above  all, your caring was of deep comfort to both of us. People are wonderful!! Thank you again - Ray  GiVogue and Norma Vernon. Mw  Attention Artists  & Craftspeople  Looking for a place to sell  your product? Why not rent  a space or booth (share  with a friend) in  Molly's Lane Martel?  For info, call toy """  886-8078  or  886-49M  C.AM.E.O. Singles Club wine and  cheese, Feb. 20, 7 pm, Kirkland  Centre, 686-3354,885-9968.��6cn  Freeman and Virginia Reynolds  want to wish all their friends a  happy and healthy New Year. A  donation has been made to Ihe  Cancer Society in lieu of cards.  Men  Paintings, Drawings, Portraiture  and quality ad supplies lor sale.  Call Laara WilliamSen, 886-3782.  #6cn  Astrology readings by Cathtine  Fuller at Crystal Serendipity by  appointment only. 885-8816 or  eves 886-0199. ��5cn  Do you ever wonder if there is  more than what meets the eye?  Psychic Development, Level I,  Thurs., Feb. 11 to April 8,7-10 pm,  $125.885-8815; 886-3452. ��6cn  Lose weight like crazy. 100%  herbal product, gives energy. Toll  Iree 1-978-4662. ��5w  Wedding photography to suit all  budgets. Call Inga Hardman 686-  0088. ��6w  ftlftwood Players  2nd Annual Drama Course, Mondays, Feb. 15 thru Mar. 8,7-9 pm,  Elphinstone Secondary Drama  Room. Course to cover basic  drama exercises and scene study.  Limited to 10. Cost $50. Preregis-  ter-Pam Feichlner, 886-7476.  Mat-  Canada's national neavspaper, The  Globe and Mail, available tor home  delivery. 8854762. ��5w  ,0^S ^^  I ILLUSION 1  Planning a Special Occasion?  Illusions Restaurant has full  facilities for large or small  groups. Banquet or  a-la-carte menu available.  For more information call  885-0900.  ���SRflZIUflritTRflOCS  Exclusive Christmas Gifts  from South America  Detailed Stone Sculpture.  Wood Carvings Sc Batik.  Silver, Ciyual la Caeim  Raw Stones (Quartz, etc.)  isntVP'S *.Ame%M Geedn.?  Obelisk. & Sphere, on  Various Rijrks  PoUitied Agate Coaster  Book End Sell  Exquisite Clay Amazon Pottery  Cnriatmai Special!  10% -SO* Selected Item ���  WholeMle Price.-NoGST  Hours Tun. It Wed. 1 - 4:30 pm  Thuri, Fri k Sat 10 am ��� 4:M pm  6379 Norvaai Rd. (otTMaaaon Rat.)  WajstSKheltS'la-5178  GRIEF THERAPY  Turn 'detours' into destinations.  For personal sessions call Cathie  Miller 1 -7390306 or 885-5B07.MW  FITNESS FOR FREE!  7:30 pm every Mon. eve. at fitco,  743 North Rd., Gibsons. This is  your chance to get your fitness  program started wilh STEP aerobics. NO CHARGE - just call to  reserve your step. 8864606. TFN  7 Announcements  DRIFTWOOD PLAYERS  Auditions for 'The Odd Couple'  (female version) by Neil Simon.  Required: 6 female, 2 male. Production to take place early May.  Please come to 96 Kelly Rd. at  7:30 pm, Mon., Feb. 8.886-7573.  ��6cn  ATTENTION  INSTRUMENTAL  MUSICIANS:  Soundwaves Orcheslro  needs more string,  oboe, bassoon, French  horn, and trumpet  musicians.  Call 886-0995.  Chase away those winter blues  with furniture redone in sunny  hues. 20% discount special on in-  stock fabric. Brighton's fine Upholstery 885-0231,885-4804.  Guitar Lesions  Experienced teacher. All styles,  levels and applied theory. First lesson tree. Avail, days 1 eves. Steve  886-2365. Mw  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  to book your dance music call 884-  5430. Mw  Licensed bartender avail, for private functions. 886-7776.    Mw  Z>vt_h0^1fwi  ttPENOM HARBOUR mid  FRANCIS PENIH5UL.* PLACE  We buy beer bottles and beet  cans, paying 80 t/doz. 8863039.  TFN  Conapllnwitary  Limouilnt Service  Book a minimum 7 day cruise with  Incentive Travel and well provide  complimentary Limousine Seivice  Irom Horseshoe Bay to the airport  and return as well. We can match  and better most advertised cruise  prices. Call Bill of Incentive Travel  885-5984 or 1-921-9131,8 am to  10pm, 7 days a week.       Mw  SEAT SALE  EDMONTON  HAWAII  AMSTERDAM  ~ HRT  ITER  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  m_m_________  ImtU. MBm i�� al.iaa Mm v,  aMtatatstEaanfilliaaiM,  Cell Bil ollmmmUytl  MJ-WMWI-MMIJI  Hem- 10pm ���7aeyt.wmk  Adult children of Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3849 or 8854822 for help.    NC  'FREE VACATION VIDEO*  Book your international trip with  Incentive Travel and you'll receive  a complimentary video of your  travel destination or an alternative  choice. Call Bill at INCENTIVE  TRAVEL, 885-5964 Of 1-921-8131.  8 am -10 pm, 7 days a week.Mw  Beyond,  'aw Qunlty Oateg.  from the BurineM Cards In ynur  wallet to the Si-yt on your door..  ...for All YOUR QRAflHC NEEDS  ��� 885-0244  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House lor confidential 24 hr. service. 885-2944. TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.      TFN  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565. NC  '  89 people to lose 10-29 lbs. 100%  natural, doctor recommended. We  pay you. Serious callers only 604-  532-0597. ��5cn  VW campenzed van in good cond.  885-4503. Mw  Printer lor Mac computer (reasonable) 886-2622(ask tor SueVTFNs  Trailer suitable tor 1 person, to  occupy Oct. thru Dec. 686-9563  TFNs  18.Barter  and trade  Art classes for children and adults.  Beginners thru advanced welcome. Individualized Instruction.  Painting, drawing. 16 years exper-  ence. Call artist Laara WilliamSen  to pre-register 8864782. Limited  enrolment. Wen  SAVE MONEY  buy/Mil/trade  OU COURSE MATERIALS. Register   now   w/the   COURSE  EXCHANGE LIAISON. Into: Aijou  8864)347 eves. ��6cn  FORST POTTERY  open Saturdays 11 - 4 pm or by  appoMment. 886-2543.     ��5cn  Sechelt Karate Club is now accepting new members for its Monday  and Wednesday evening classes.  Beginners or experienced adults  welcome. Instruction by well qualified expeiienced blackbelt. For  more inio call 885-9273.      *5w  Support  AWmrfrontPaYk  On Trail Bay  Donations, Memberships: Books 1  Stuff, Trail Bay Mall. Pledges: Sunshine Coast Credit Union. Inlormation: 885-2339 oi Box 964,  Sechelt. Trail Bay Project Committee. ��5w  Industrial First Aid  Weekends, Madeira Park. Starts  Jan. 30.883-9899. I5w  Treat Yourself  Experience pain relief and relaxation through Craniosacral, Shiatsu, Reiki & Polarity. 20 yrs. professional bodywork practitioner. Usha  886-2750. ��5w  Gibsons Shito Ryo Karate Club  adults Tues and Thuis 7:30 pm,  Sunday 10:30 am, kids Tues and  Thuis St Adalns Hall Robens  Creek $20/mth. 685-3551   Men  Taking  largest selection of art supplies In  stock on the Sunshine Coast.  Show Piece Gallery, 280 Gower  Pt. Rd., Gibsons. 886-9213. ��6w  Young male cat, black with white  on throat, 8500 Redrooffs. 885-  5539. Mw  Black Alaska pendant, sentimental  value. Reward 886-7031.    ��6w  6033  Men  Whippet puppies. 1-898-5385.  Ken  Thoroughbred Quarter horse, 14  1/2 hands Gelding, 9 yrs., $1200.  883-2331. ��6w  Miniature dashund pups, led,  black/tan, $325.886-9595.   ��5w  Certified dog trainer avail. Debbie  McKay 886-2854. ��Bw  Golden Retriever X, bBautiU puppies for sale. View now, ready by  Feb. 885-5527. Mw  African Pigmy goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 863-2990 ss  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then a Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Martee Fashions.    NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem ��� spay or neuter your  pet NC  READ. Passed away Januaiy 19,  1993, Jean Elizabeth Read, late of  Gibsons, age 49, after battling with  cancer. Predeceased by a son,  Michael. Survived by daughters  Stephanie and Dawna; mother,  Anne ol Edmonton; sisters Pat,  Ruby and Linda; and many loving  nieces and nephews. Memorial  service to be held Friday, Januaiy  29,1993 al 1pm at Bethel Baptist  Chuich in Sechelt. Privale cremation thiough Devlin Funeral Home.  Men  Piano, like new -883-2329    ss  ��ANCI WORKSHOPS  COM! A UARNs   Piano Tuning  ���repairs  , ��� appraisals  Km Dalgleish  886-2843  Piano, upright grand, $1600; hammered Dulcimer, $600.885-5539.  Hw  Plan Tuning  For service and repair caH "Sunshine Piano'. 885-3168.      Hw  ROYAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL DOULTON  FIGURINES  at competitive prices.  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  ���15-2171  Open 7 days a week  Swivel rocker, $50; heating/vibrating chair, $50; 2 armchairs, single  bed, no mattress, $10; ties pruner,  $25; lawnmower, shredder for  mulching $100; 7 1/4 Black _  Decker circ. saw. 886-9527. Mw  Used railway ties for landscaping,  $1068.685-7511, ��6w  Rollaway cot, like new, $150;  spring filled mattresses; sleel luggage carrier, $15; chest ol drawers, $20.685-9326. Men  Rebuilt piopane Iridge and slove,  suitable foi cabin, $450 ea.; rebuilt  compressor 5 HP single phase 220  motor, 50 gal. tank, $550. 885-  9026. H6w  All Craftsman lawn tods, 5 HP 22'  rear discharge 2 In 1 mulchei  lawnmowei, self propelled; 32 cc  biushwackei w/blade; 2.0/14'  chainsaw 37.7 cc backpack gas  power blower. Ml equip, less than  1 yr. old. All for $1200. Pal 883-  1175. #6w  Laige almond fridge, $250; Hoover  cannlster vacuum w/pwi. head,  $100; Jason spotting scope 2O60x  zoom, $100; 16 ft. cedar canoe,  best offer; hideabed and chair,  $100; FP screen and tools, $50;  wedding dress, $250.8864)474.  *6w  Toastei oven, $15: brown hideabed, $65; locking chaii, $40;  Strollee carseal, $35; Gerry baby  carrier, $25; air vapourizei, $5; diaper pail, $5; highchair, $20; Sling  along baby carrier, $10; cloth diapers, $15; bumper pad, $5; quality  girls clothing, birth to 3 1/2, very  cheap. All OBO. 886-7376.   ��6w  Technics d/d turntable plus classical records in perfect condition.  Microwave, 1.5 cu. ft. 886-2892.  ��6w  7 squares ol prime shakes, S70C  for all. 883-2331. ��6w  Ctib, mattress, change table  diessei, $250; rocker, $50. 886'  2801. ��6w  Clearance Continues  diPietro Designs - handpainted  clothing. 1010 Venture Way, Gib- ���      rc ���   sons. 886-7069. Odd houis. Call '"' ���� .^   ?''"?'J   ' *  lor appt. and directions. T-shirts ma,ch 350 Aul0' Nd8 b0(l'w0,k  lrom$999Visa-laVC.        Mw others mint. Swap for best 4X4  ���Ml valve $2000.886-7227       TFN  Taking an art class? We have the I  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  GE 24' harvest gold stove, good  woiking order, $75. Call 886-0366.  Hen  17 cu. II. fridge, Motlat w/ice mkr.  Kitchenaid dishwasher, trash compactor, all harvest gold, $300.885-  3469. ��5w  Used washei and dryer, working  fine, $200.885-9200.        Men  Moffat Westwood portable dishwasher, 5 cycles/wood top, $250.  886-0088. ��6w  ,  t, ���      Range and 13.5 cu.ft. frost-tree  Small male blonde dog in West ,���__. n^, ___________,__������  Sechelt. 885-9351. Mw    J*"^^"*  cond. $300 each or $575/pan. 886-  Kenmoiewhlte17cu.lt. 2D FF,  $579; Admiral white 15 cu.ft. 2 DR  FF, $399; Whirlpool almond 14  cu.lt. FF, $439; McClary H gold  stove 30', $279; GE white dryer,  $239; Hotpoint port, DW almond,  $249; Viking H gold stove, $249;  Kenmore 24' white stove, $249;  Inglis dryer, $249; Inglis Liberator  2 spd 3 eye washer, $369; Moffat  built-in dishwasher, $249; Simplicity port, dryer (120v), $169; Kenmore 2 sp., 3 eye, auto, port,  washer $369; and more. All  recond. with 90 days to 2 years  warranty, parts and labour. Phone  Bjorn 885-7897 oi Comei Cupboard 8854434 I5w  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  MERRIT  $195  IT PAYS  TO SPREAD  THE WORD  Wall unit, 71'x70', $150; sofa  table, $75. All as new. 885-2087.  ��6w  Great Christmas present ��� antique  Dutch wall dock, copper face and  weights, sun and moon plate,  $600,686-7307. SS  Formal dining toom table and  chairs. Solid oak, smoked glass,  foreit green upholstery $1500.  8864)190 eve. Men  Formal dining room table and  chairs (four), new upholstery, well  kept, $225.886-0461.        Mw  For inexpensive books, fiction and  non-fiction, check out the 'Book  Nook* in Molly's Lane Market Buy  & Sell. 886-9078. ��7cn  Butcher block lichen table avith 4  beige swivel chairs with wood  arms. $150. Good cond. 886-0949.  ��cn  Kerosene space heatei 'Energy  Kindling, $4 per bundle: 5 trundles,  Miser' as new. $95 OBO. 885-  i will deliver. Call Al. 886-3687.  4087. Ken Hen  ���  ���MHB  ________m___m  mm  .*������> Coast News, January 25, 1993  15  Take Advantage of our Netv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Cash paid for anything old. Tin ad  signs, clocks, working or not, pocket watches, turnituie, jewellery,  etc. 886-3905. #6cn  11 HP 16 speed garden tractor,  snow blower and rototiller garden  attachment, $1550.885-3546.��6cn  Toshiba VCR, Kenwood steieo  system, Kenwood cat stereo, white  5 dtawei dresser. 886-7559. Best  ofleis.  ��6cn  295 amp AC/DC Llnde welder,  $300; 180 amp AC, $150; 6'x16"  Busy Bee planer on stand, $1000.  885-3417. Men  Older 22 cu. II. freezer, $125.  Arthur 685-9859. ��6cn  TOPSOIL  Rich, black top soil at a vety reasonable price. Call 686-9764.TFNs  SUNCO  mm ma  Wmdowa / tlghlir  Dooaa/WinitowB/llghling  Plumbing / Kiathtn & Bolhioom  fiarturtufc...  voir omsk)*. at cau.  ���������-������������  5633 Wharf Rd., Sech.lt  RECYCLE t, SAVE  GREAT BUY!  Smith Corona laptop word processor, 90,000 word did., thesaurus,  Giammai Right system, printer,  d/drive plus much motel Excellent  shape, $500.886-7323.       Mw  Comic book collection, approx.  20,000 from 1950s to 19B0's, Irom  25t and up. 6864083. Also sports  and non-sports cards, commons  and stars, 1976 to 1991 from 5t  and up. ��5cn  Near new 14x185 studded radiais  on Volvo wheels. 886-0104. #5cn  McClary wood cook Hove, $395;  40's china cabinet, $375; ladles  dresser, $160.  TRINKETS A TREASURES  Open 10:30-4:30  Tuesday thru Sunday  886-006$  Ken  Alder lirewood - gieen and semi-  dry, $30-$40 pei truckload. 885-  6070. ��5cn  12 sp. mountain bike, like new.  Sheer drapes lor sliding patio door  and large window, 1 yr. old, dusty  rose; 3 matching lamps. 8854366.  I5w  28 gal. aquarium w/all equlpntent,  $120; Panasonic elec. typewriter,  1 yr. old w/memory plus, $120.  885-3369. ��5w  FIREWOOD  Seasoned, Hi, alder, maple. Split  and delivered, $80/p.u. load. 886-  8692oi885-4522. I5cn  20* remote color TV, $150; 2 24'  consoles $50 each. 886-3318,9 to  4, Mon. thru Sat. <4en  12' wood lathe, $375; double bed  and mattress, $40; kitchen table, 4  chairs, $25; colour TV, $40; 2  lamps, yellow sideboard. $20; bedside table, misc. articles. 886-  9527. I5cn  Macintosh Classic computet, 2 MG  40 MG H.D. Stylewriter piintei  incls software, $1200.885-4733.  Ken  Full size 'Gold Wings' pinball  game, $800; upright Tetris video  game, $700. Call Shawn 885-  7027. #5cn  Ladies Solitaire engagement ring  appraised $5500, asking $3500  OBO. or trade for what have you.  885-3190 Men  Four year old washei & dryer exc.  cond., $600; 18 sp. Mountain bike,  like new, used only twice,  $150,886-9102. Mw  Snowboard/bindings/boots/goggles. All new, $350 OBO. 866-  8089. Mw  Dry fir firewood. You pick up, $70  cord. Eves. 883-2353.        Mw  4x8 pool table; Seats 150 router;  electric fencer, heavy gauge barrel  wood stove; fireplace insert; Admiral washer; Dodge 360 motor. Best  offer. 685-2717. Mw  30' electric range, $300; 35 mm  camera w/accessories, $60; sure  shot cameia, $50. All in top condilion. 885-2392. Mw  Hammond Organ wilh Leslie  Speaker $400 O.B.O. Fisher Price  Jody Jumper $25.886-9501 ��4cn  Black Sony TV stand, $50; 2,15'  snow dies, $50; 8' fibreglass Iruck  canopy, $85; couch, $75; bthim  vanity, $25. 686-3457. ss  Wanted: Printer lor Mac computer  (reasonable) 886-2622 (Ask for  Sue) TFNs  BCD, almost new, $350 OBO; 78  Datsun 510 for parts, $250 OBO.  8864852. I5w  Children's picnic table, $23; cedar  wheelbarrow planters $8 and $18.  8854285. ss  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 685-9969.    TFN  Super4 oi regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod and light, $125.686-9420.  TFN  GOOD HAY  $5.00/Bale Delivered  Straw (MM*  Call Between 12-tpm  885-9357  TFN  Off road Sand Rail. Sell or trade  tor small truck $3500. Must see.  886-9501 Men  '89 Ford Escort LX, 2 dr., 5 sp.,  AM/FM, A/C 2 yr. wan., 53,000  kms., $5900 OBO;'87 Chevy S10  Blazer 4x4, 2 dr., 5 sp., 102.000  kms., $7500 OBO. Phone 885-  6226. Mw  1982 Renault LeCar, economical  good cond., new clutch, tires.  $600,883-2732 Men  1985 Flero GT, 6 cyl., 4 sp., runs  great, $2500.886-7484.        ss  1983 Buck Sky Hawk, 2 dr, 2.0L,  4 cyl, 5 spd manual, $1450 OBO.  886-9500 anytime. ss  1981 AMC Concord, 4 door 6 cyl  aulo, PS, PB, pulse tilt, steieo, no  rust, one ownei. 886-7227. $975.  TFN  1967 Dodge Caravan, V6 auto., 5  pass, high kms, exc. cond., $7300  OBO. 883-2172. Mw  Lincoln Matk V ��� piopane, exc.  motoi, $2000 OBO. 883-9590.MW  1974 Volvo 6 cyl, O/D, $800 OBO.  Mw  Airco Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 6854276 SS  USED RAILWAY TIES lot retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 8864204. ss  Parkei + Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Matlin 444s Winchestei,  Oueen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5467. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green On km Earth Station  884-5240  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES ii LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 685-5669  01885-5601. TFN  22.He.-wy  Equipment  1977 JD 410 backhoe, good winking condition, $10,800 OBO. 886-  7372 or 885-5730. ss  For sale or tent, portable light  tower Allmand Maxlite 4,000 watt,  6 kw diesel generator. Bill 883-  9895,883-9933 eves. *6w  1982 Mercury, $800; 78 Ford,  $500; as they are OBO; 5x7 utility  trailer $1100.8864370.     *8cn  '77 Cougar wagon, great tunning  gear, good tiies, steteo. $200.  8854203. Men  1975 Nova V8 rusty, but reliable.  Great engine, $250. 885-5345.16*  '81 Toyola Landcruisei, diesel,  good cond., $7500 OBO. 921-  6751. ��6w  '83 Plymouth Catavelle 4 dr. mid  sz. luxury, 6 cyl., auto., PS/PB, ail,  cruise, slereo, very clean, $1550.  886-7227. Men  '61 Malibu Classic SW, V6 auto.,  PS/PB, steieo, 111 kms, supei  clean, $1688.886-7227.     Men  '88 Dodge Lancet, 2.2 L, 5 sp.,  pin-stiiping, exc. cond. $5500.  886-9500. TFN  1981 Plymouth Reliant station  wagon, $1200. 886-2565. 1980  Chiyslet Cordova, 6 cyl, auto,  $1500,886-2565. ��5cn  1968 Ford Taurus  Beautiful condition, new tires, and  recent tuneup. Asking $4600.886-  2884. Ww  MISSION  POSSIBLE  Mike Plimley  Centurion Auto  5645 Wlsnif Rd. Secht  T-BIRD  '86 Thunderbird, low kms, lady driven, non-smokei, veiy clean.  $5,650 OBO 686-2622 days or  8864971 eves. TFNs  '84 Toyota Cellca GTS. Good  shape. $3700 OBO. 686-7648. ss  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $3800.  866-7520. ss  1982 Mercury Zephyr. Vety good  condition $575.886-9372      ss  78 Olds Delta 88, 350 auto,  loaded, new rear tires, exc. cond.  886-9500 anytime. tin  1981 Buick Skylark, good cond.  8864368 ss  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885-4004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 OBO. 886-3648 ss  1974 Dalsun 260Z alpine steieo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tiies,  new biakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 SS  '88 Meicuiy Topaz, like' new,  $5500.886-2833 or 886-7484. ss  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. SS  1980 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113. ss  VESTER INTERIORS  ��� PrO|*��ct MonoQfMnttit  ��� Drafting Servhet  Ing  rHai  BILL 886-3463  Steel entry dooi ��� biand new in  box, top quality, pre-hung, $150.  Temp, power pole, complete,  $225.987-1604. Mw  40' vanity w/sink and fixtures,  $150.8854096. Mw  Ketosun Sunspiite portable  kerosene heater, 8500 BTU, used  4 his,, $175.8864184.       Mw  IBM elect, typewriter $35, custom  built 30'x58' solid oak executive  desk $295.885-9665        Men  Fisher fireplace insert $250 enterprise wood stove $100.8854046  Men  H. gold stove $250, large almond  fridge $350. both good condition.  885-7634 Men  '67 Dodge Charger, now Iront  brakes, exhaust system and tires,  $1500 firm. 886-3867.        ��5w  1980 Buick Skylark, 6 cyt, auto, 2  dr, $500.9224034 alter 6 pm.  Men  '65 Chevy Citation, 6 cyl, exc.  cond., $3200 OBO, 886-3107 J5cn  1982 Saab 900 turbo, 5 spd, 4 dr,  loaded, good cond, $3500 OBO.  1964 Volvo P1600S, 70,000 orig.  miles, exc cond, one of a kind,  $7000 OBO. 885-5596.      ��5cn  CHEAP! FBIAJ.S. SEIZED  89 Mercedes $200  86VW $50  87 MERCEDES $100  65 MUSTANG $50  Choose liom thousands starting  $50. 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-  2935 Copyright IBC01041W12cn  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025 ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for the  set, with covers, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 865-1943. ss  1988 Foid Taunts, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 dooi, exc. cond. $7,495.  886-7520 or 886-2111. ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext., rebuilt engine t transmission. Priced lo sell $3850 Call 886-  8510 after 6:00 pm. ss  1971 LandRover - 88 completely  rebuilt. Offers.. PTO Avail. 883-  2669. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellent condition, new dual exhaust, radial t/a  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down for family size  car or 11ft. camper. 885-9068. ss  77 Camaro, 39,000 org. miles.  White Int. excellent. Rusty $950  OBO. 886-2111 ss  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage, Exc. cond. $4500.  886-7150. SS  1989 Ford Ranger XLT super cab,  4x4, 54,000 kms, exc. cond.  $11,000,886-2366. ��6cn  '81 Ford F150, black, exc. body $  tiies, PS/PB, auto., 302 V8, low  miles. An Immaculate truck. $2950  OBO. Jim 8864148. #5w  1986 Mazda cab-plus, excellent  condition, $4950 firm. 883-2329.  ��5w  '81 Toyota 4X4 exc. running cond.,  many extra parts, asking $3450.  6864309. ��5w  1991 S10 Chev 1/2 ton, low  mileage, $7000 OBO. 885-3922.  m  1966 Chev S.10 Tahoe. Immaculate, low k's, also canopy fits S.10  longbox. 883-2297. SS  1981 Ford pick up, 6 cyl. good running tiuck. $1250 O.B.O. 6854642  OI8B54766 Men  '90 Ford F250 4x4, 5.0 L, 5 sp.,  air, cruise, tilt, bed liner, 52,000  kms., exc. cond., $13,200. 886-  9452. Mw  1976 Foid 600 5 Ion, auto., 361  V8,20 It. box, new rubber, everything AOK, $3200 OBO. 686-4996.  Mw  Coals 2020 tire machine, $250.  8854856. Mw  1988 Bronco II 4x4, great In snow,  V6 AT, exc. cond., new biakes,  exhaust. 886-2031. ss  1986 Fold F150, V8 auto., fibre-  glass canopy, new tiies, 55,000  miles. One ownei. $5500 OBO.  883-9206. Mw  1975 GMC 3/4 ton pick up. Strong  350 V6, some rust. Runs well,  am/lm cassette. $1150 OBO. 883-  9961,8854300 Men  1970 4x4 40' mudders, runs good.  886-7484. ss  1981 GM 1 ton, 4x4, Dual Cab  with steel flatbed, $2500 firm. 883-  9382 Men  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 6 + 2  tranny, new fiont tiies, needs  inspection. $3250.886-3001.  SS  DRUGLORDTRUCKSI $100  68     BRONCO $50  91  BLAZER $150  77 JEEP CJ  $50  I Seized Vans, 4x4's, -Boats.  Choose liom thousands starting  $50.-24 Hour Hotline.801-379-  2935 Copyright #BC104KK ��8cn  1979 E350 Foid van, $600 obo.  885-5717 TFN  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.8864301 SS  1960 Chev 4 ton dump truck, 366  HP, 2 spd. rear end, 64 yd box,  $6500 firm, 8864550 eves,    ss  79 Ford 12 passenger van, V8  auto good cond. $3295 OBO. 886-  752001886-2111. SS  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700.885-2836,885-7413   SS  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  1981 Ford F250,4x4 with rock box  $5500.886-4599. ss  1981 -90 HP Johnson in excellent  woiking order with powei trim and  all controls, $1700. Will consider a  smaller trade-in. 886-2738.    ss  6 cyl. Scania Vabis, no clutch  $1200.685-9997 eves.      Men  20 ml Manner Long Shaft 1991 on  wananty. $1200; 30 hp Evinrude  Loing Shaft $800 OBO; new 25 hp  electric Long Shaft Mariner,  $2000.683-1119. TFN  15' fibreglass Sangstercratt with  new convertible top. No motoi,  $950.886-2738. ss  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very fast,  sleeps 4. Gary Mull design $4200.  886-3490, 1-977-7349 toll-lies  pager. ss  Coronado 15, trailer, similar to  Laser, nice boat $1600.6864490,  1-977-7349 toll-free pager,     ss  San Juan 24, VHF, diy sailed,  fresh water, 7.5 Honda, exc. cond.,  stove, porta-potti, $7900. 886-  3490,1 -977-7349 toll-free pager.  ss  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boat, #$1700. 886-3490, t-977-  7349 toll-free pager, ss  Good 12 ft. aluminum boat $600 or  trade? 885-7167 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.    TFN  Yesl There Is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  12 tt. aluminum boat $600, 885-  7167. ss  19 ft. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold, $3500.8864457. ss  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental ol property.  For example a peison who  stipulates 'No Childien' as a  condition ot rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landk>rd who places the advertise-  ment and the newspaper which  publishes it would both be In  contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against them. The Coast News  will therefore not accept such  discrimiiiatoryaos.  25. Campers  1991 Northern light dx camper 9',  fridge, stove, toilet and showei  $7500.8135-7810 TFN  25 ft. Triple E Class A motomome,  low miles, exc. cond., generator,  rool air, many extras, $17,000.  886-7237. #6w  1991 Coisaii 5th wheel, fully  loaded, brand new condition. 885-  6368. ��5w  21 ft. Aristocrat trailer, $2000.885-  2777. ��5w  1975 GMC campei van. Good  tires, 6 cyl. auto. $1000 OBO. 883-  9979 SS  1976 Dodge camperized van,  auto, p/s,p/b, ciuise, rear bed, cupboards, icebox, sink, $1,500.318  eng. 886-2512 ss  '90 YJ Jeep soft top, exc. shape,  61k, new lug tires, $10,500 OBO.  Men  1978 International Scout, lots of  rust but runs great, $600 OBO.  Yvan 886-9321. TFN  1990 Ford F-150 4x4 super cab.  300-6 4 spd, piopane/gas.  $13,995080.885-7518.    #5cn  ESTATE SALE  1979 Plymouth Voyageur, 8 pas-  sengei van on piopane, $3900.  8854878 or 885-4680.      ��6cn  Sweet Marie: 14 ft. fibreglass runabout E-Z Load Ttailer, 85 hp outboaid, $1,000.883-2948.   Men  Isuzu marine diesel 4 cyl., 45 HP  with 2-1 Paragon peat, 11/4' shaft  stuffing boxes, 2-17* props, $2900;  21' fibreglass boal, hardtop, new  165 Merc motor, needs cabin work  at motor Installation, $3000.886-  8545. ��w  stem it mmiu  SU��ErS LTD.  captain llll Murray  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S  M.A.B.Y.C.   ���Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  27.Mobile Ho  3 bdrm 12x68, In quiet paik, Davis  Bay, $23,900 oi lent $650/mo.  685-4862015204102.      Wen  PLEASE COMPARE  133.900  Dlx 938 sq. tt. home, lots of  options included. FOB. Only 2 left.  Must have own location. 5974322.  3 mobile homes all in Gibsons,  priced fiom $15,500 -$28,500.  8864580. Men  i960 Highwood 14x70 mobile lot  removal. 3 bdtms., large mastei  has bay window and ensuite with  garden soaker tub - circle kitchen  with maple cabinets - five appliances, Venetians throughout,  $29,900. Karen 6854412.  1 bdrm suite, $325 ��� hydro. 883-  2661. Mw  Laige, bright 3 bdim. ground level  suite. Large kitchen, wood/elec.  heat. W/D, yard, $650/mo. plus  hydro - off Pratt Rd. avail, immed.  8864409. ��6w  New Watertront 2 bdrm. condo  Gibsons, 5 appl., N/Smoker, $650.  886-3293. *6w  Bedroom and bath, shared kitchen  in spacious waterliont home,  Robeits Cieek, N/S woiking peison only, $350/mo. 686-9863 J6w  N/marina, small 2 bdrm. bsmt., private, cozy, $380.886-7400. Mw  Roommate to share 2 bdrm .  house, lower Gibsons, W/D I  laige storage aiea in basement.  Only $395/mo. includes hydro Ii  oil. Pis. phone 6864360.     *6w  Trailer neat beach , $300 - winter  rate. 8854640. Men  Two bdrm. house close to beach in  Tuwanek, $800. Call 1-988-9552.  Mw  Furnished 2 bdrm. condominium at  Secret Cove, 2 appis., ocean view,  $60O/mo. 683-1137. ��6w  Avail, immed.: Waterfront house at  Mission Point. 2 bdrms., fridge,  stove -1 yi. rental agieement.  Monthly tent $775. Call Art Lew,  administrator, Dist. of Sechelt.  885-1986. ��6w  Three bdtm. apartment, central  Gibsons, $625/mo��� heat ilncluded.  Centrel Gibsons, I bdmvlire-  place, great view, lower floor of  duplex, rent includes ulils, $525.  Roberts Creek, waterfront, 2 bdim.  adult-oriented home. Avail. Feb. 1.  $1100. Grant Realty Ltd. 886-  3330. TFN  Laige 2 bdrm mobile on quiet lot  neat Cedar Grove School. Looking  lor long term responsible woiking  tenants. Small pet, kids OK. Laundiy hook-up. Avail. Feb. 15 or Mar.  1. $580 plus utils. 266-1190. ��6cn  1 bdrm self-contained suite,  Sechelt aiea. $550. Avail, immed.  885-7719. ��6cn  Heated greenhouse 25'x8' for rent,  cheap. Roberts Creek. 885-9859.  HOI  Panoramic View - detached bach.  cottage, adult oriented, parking,  laundiy facil. Walk to ferry. 886-  0990. ��Sw  One bdrm. lower Gibsons, private  patio, view, clean, quiet and  secure. New kitchen I bath, laundry, $550 4 $635.886-3420. ��5w  Large loom lot tent, cozy home,  Gibsons. Use of kitchen and hot  tub, $385 incl. utils. Ideal for student or const worker, 8864779.  #5w  1 bdrm. giound level, gaiden, view  apt., central Gibsons. $445 + utils  .255-2044. ��5w  2-3 bdim. house on 3 acies, Halfmoon Bay, $750/ino. Call Dan  2754421 lot details. ��5w  2 bdim. duplex suite, upstairs,  view, 5 appis., suit quiet peisons,  N/S, no pets, $725.886-7175.I5W  Watertront cabin, Redrooffs, suit  hardy peison. Rent negotiable.  885-7516. #5cn  Gibsons - Ocean view, 2 bdim  suite, Match 1, NS, retired person  or working couple, quiet area,  $650.6864773. Men  First half-month rent free. Bright,  new, 2 bdim suite with view, 4  mins walk to lerry. Avail. Feb. 1.  886-74900(325-4652.       Men  Immaculate 3 level, 2 bedioom  adult oriented townhouse in Gibsons. No pets. Available immed.  $700/mo.  2 bedroom, house in Davis Bay,  avail. Feb. l.$800/mo.  3 bedroom house in Davis Bay, 1-  1/2 baths upstairs, $750/mo.  2 bdtm condo, Gibsons, avail. Feb.  i,$800/mo.  2 bdim mobile home at Irwin  Motel and Till Paik avail. Feb. 1  $475/mlh. 886-3331 Men  Move up to the Westport - Lower  Gibsons ��� beautiful 1 bdim view  apts. Quiet, new, secuie, nice  clientelle. blinds, carpet, laundiy,  $590-$650/mth 8864420    I5cn  3 bdrm. ocean view. FP, avail.  Feb. 1.$850/mo 886-8348. ��5w  33 Commerc  For Rent  600 sq. tt. lower floor, new building  in industrial site; 600 sq. ft. uppei  floor, Gibsons. 8864204 oi 535-  1871. ��7w  Industrial woikshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. tt. unit, $475/mo.  9214751. TFN  Small ollice space in new professional building, uppei Gibsons.  Receptionist available. $195-250.  886-2650. *6w  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities, 885-  2752or885-2721. #11*  Industrial shop for rent. Good location, 42x35. $575 + GST and triple  net pei month. 886-9027 aft. 5pm.  Mw  TEREDO SQUARE - 3rd floor  office, 363 square feet. Carpeted,  air conditioning, elevator service.  All inclusive rent $335/mo. 885-  4466. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  1987 Hartey Sportster, BBScc. runs  good, $5500 OBO. BB64280.Mcn  1980 - 250 LTD Kawasaki, like  new, only 5500 kms with windshield, $750.8864545.      ��6w  ���MT-HD' Hartey Davidson tOOOcc  anniversary edition, $3800; Yamaha 50cc, totally rebuilt, $650; mini  bike Biiggs motoi, $350; Honda  CR80CC 1990 rebuilt, $1500.885-  3137. I5w  1992 Kawasaki Ninja ZX 600,  $5000.8864996. SS  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc. cond.,  garage kept, $5500.886-9595.  ss  1981 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculate 25,600 original K's,  $1250 OBO. 886-7378. ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  offers. 8864622. SS  Thiee bdrm. home Pratt Rd., close  to IGA, $800/1*10.886-7488. *6w  New 3 bdrm duplex with appliances, central; 3 bdrm in Langdale (newer); 3 bdrm house on  Hwy 101. Phone Rtndy on cellular (80-1230 or John G. it 886-  2670. Men  Sechelt - spacious 3 bdrm house,  split level, $750 plus util. 255-  2044. ��6cn  COMMUTERS - laige blight, adult  oriented 1 bdtm apt. with VIEW.  New flooring and carpet, laundiy  facil. Walk to lerry. Avail immediately. 8864990. ��6cn  Supeib view, spacious, blight  bachelor suite with FP, large separate kitchen, avail, immed. Adult  oriented. Laundry facil. Walk to  lerry,. 8864990. H6cn  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  RE*aLTYLTD.  Don Sutherland  3 Bdrm. small acreage.  , lOl.RobatlaCrSak.  750. References.  Hwy.  886-8107  2170Fortcu.inch-100hpw/2E  tonleg^$900O.B.O.88541904cn  Cottage oi shared house prefer  Roberts Creek. Employed, N/S  vegetarian. Nancy 883-9459. Mw  RESPONSIBLE PROFESSIONAL  COUPLE with children, excellent  local refs. Require 24 bdrm. in  Gibsons or Rbts. Ck. Capable ol  maintaining grounds and dwelling.  Call Keith oi Teoni 883-2725 oi  685-7143. #6w  Reliable couple with baby on the  way require well mainlained 2-3  bdtm. house in Gibsons area. Both  N/S, exc. tels. 886-2010.     Ww  Jcumeyman cabinet mater would '-������(>8. Davis Bay, ND, NS, no QIBSONS  like to rent studio or house in pets. $500 plus utils. 8854835.      Main floor, all Ind. $400. Christine  exchsrata>vork8854551Mcn ___]   *___[   1 BR deluxe lumished view suite.  Fireplace, patio, parking, utilities  included, $550/mo. 886-2561 Men  Shared accommodation, Hopkins  Landing. $250 plus $125 damage  deposit. NS, no pets,  washer/dryer, woodstove, hot tub.  8864948. Men  Gibsons: 1 bdrm. upper floor,  1 BR new deluxe, adult oriented ^_��T_���lncl' *_*���  Umk������ 7 a,,.,! _~,^_^ Avail. Feb. 1.886-7667.      Mw  townhouse, 7 appl., jacuzzi, patio,   carport, clubhouse. Available Feb. 3 bdrm house, Redroolls area, no  15. S650/mo. 8864076.     Men pets. Avail. Feb. 1, 4 appis,    $800fmth. 8854190         Men  SUBWAY  Position available immediately on  our team foi responsible, mature  person. Part-time or lull-time  nights. Apply in person only to  Manager, Subway, Sunnycrest  Mall. Men  CENTURY WEST REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  885-2295  TFN  Largs 1 bdrm apt, incredible view,  lowei Gibsons dose to all amenities, $550/mo. Avail. Feb. 1.886-  7630 for viewing. ��5cn  Large 3 bdrm duplex, lower Gibsons. No pets, tels. Avail. Feb. 1.  $B0CVmo. 8864529 #5cn  Roommate to share two bedroom  house lower Gibsons. W/D and  large storage area in basement.  Only $395/mo, includes hydro and  oil. Please phone 6864360. Men  Bright cceaiiront 1 bdrm suite on  2 levels, balcony, skylight, Gibsons  area, $550/mo. 8864774.   I5cn  New 3 bdrm deluxe home close to  mall, no pets, $875.886-2454.  #5cn  1 bdrm suite avail. Feb. 1. 886-  0054. ��5cn  3 bdrm mobile home, Davis Bay,  quiet, by cieek. Avail. Jan. 15.  $650,685-4862. t5cn  Lower Gibsons basement suite. 2  bdtm, view, FP, util. ind, tefs req.  $60Q/mo. 886-7037. Men  Shaied Accommodation in my  home, short term oi long term.  Ideal lot mill student. Close to  terry, N/S, no pets, available now,  North Rd., Gibsons. $350/mo. 886-  8095. TFNs  Gibsons: 2 bdrm. latge blight  apart, appliances. $675/mo. 885-  3277,255-5470. Mw  Waterlront 1 bdim. cabin Lee  Bay, Pendei Hbi.. fridge, stove,  laundiy, elec. heat, avail. Feb. 1,  $4O0/mo. deposit rqd., N/S prel.  883-9446. Mw  Shaied accomodation - quiet, private room, N/S, private entrance,  W/D, large yard, Redrooffs aiea,  10 min. diive fiom Sechelt,  $350/mo. inclusive, avail. Feb. 1.  885-7838. Mw  2 bdim. uppei main floor, view  home on acreage, Rbts. Ck., $625.  686-9600. Mw  u    .DISTRICT OF  t3rj��r  SECHELT  EMPLOYMENT  OPPORTUNITY  SEWER COLLECTION  ATREATMENT  FACILITIES OPERATOR  The position Is  responsible for the overall  operation and  maintenance ol the  Collection and treatment  facilities. The Treatment  facilities are a secondary  trickling filter plant,  aerobic digester and  ocean outfall. The  treatment facilities are  currently being  expanded, doubling  capacity to the equivalent  of 6,000 persons. The  expansion will provide  aerated basins and a  sludge facility operating  in tandem with the plant.  The successful candidate  will hold a current B.C.  Wastewater Class 11  Certificate, and will have  several years practical  experience and  demonstrated mechanical  and applicable technical  knowledge.'This position  is open to male and  female applicants.  Applications will be  accepted by the  undersigned up to  4:00p.m. on Friday,  February 5th, 1993.  This is a Union position  within the  B.C.G.E.U. bargaining  unit. The salary is under  review.  Mr. Art Lew,  Administrator  District of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129,  Sechett, B.C.  VON3AO  AVON ONE WEEK ONLY sign up  now and receive Beauty Starter Kit  absolutely FREE. 980-7351.24cn  De Deutch Pannekoek House is  looking for f/l cook eager to leam.  Salary negotiable based on experience and adaptability. For an interview call 886-9090 between 3-  5pm. Please have resume or refs,  avail. Mw  The Vancouvei Sun is looking lor  a reliable person to deliver newspapers in the Gibsons and Sechell  area. Profit between $300 _ $700  per month. A reliable vehicle is  required. Time of work 8:30 am to  noon. Call 1400463-3717. Mw 16  Coast News, January 25, 1993  Take Advantage ofottr New Classified Ad Special  Ri*t*i yowr- classified act & times  and f>ay for only 2 times!  m  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  34   Help Wanted  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  A projectionist is needed  lor dim nights at the The  Arts Centre in Sechelt  every other Wednesday  night. Knowledge ot film  equipment essential.  Volunteers with some  accounting experience  are needed to assist low  income seniors with theii  1993 income tax returns.  A piano player is needed  in Sechelt/Davis Bay on  Tues. & Thurs. 9:30 -  11:30am tor the  parent/tot group. Tons of  Funl  Volunteers are wanted to  tiain as victim/witness  wotkets. The desire to  help people in ciisis and  to be available on call is  needed.  FOR THESE AND  MORE  OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION  CENTRE AT 885-5881  A Service funded by The  Ministry of Social Services  Assemble light products Irom  home. Excellent income. Call  amazing 24-hour RECORDED  message lor Iree details. (604)  623-2380 Ext. HA74 (not a direct  hirer). TFN  Older model required lor lile drawing group who meel Tues., 10am-  1pm, Arts Centre. Sechell. Any  size, shape, form, male or lemale.  Good money, (draped figure considered). Call 8854611.      Mw  Magic Diet, 30 lbs, 30 days $49.95  diet ot the 21st centuiy, burns tat,  increases energy. 206-332-7666  exten. 202 Men  Nanny part-time (1-3 days pei  week) starting May 1.2 boys, 1-  1/2 and 6 months. Relerences  requited. 685-9071. ��5cn  Experienced, certified auto  mechanic required lull time Must  be good with people as well as  cars. Terms negotiable. Resume  to Sechelt Shell, Box 577, Sechelt,  BCV0N3A0. Mw  GasJoctoy  Full time gas station attendant  required. Personality a must. Rate  negotiable. Resume to Sechelt  Shell, Box 577, Sechelt, BC VON  3A0. Mw  Waitress/waiter, wage neg��� based  on exp. Please apply in person to  New China Kitchen. TFN  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours.  $339.84 week, lamily ot 3 earns  $4417 92 monthly. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-2985. Copyright  IBC0104S2. "15cn  WANTED: An individual to  research and develop a plan lor a  crisis line program to serve Ihe  residents ol the Sunshine Coast.  Qualifications include good  research and reporting skills and  experience in planning and developing community progrems.  Kricwkxkje ol and experience with  crisis line programs would be an  asset. This contract is foi 120  houis dunng February and March.  1993. Please send applications to:  Canadian Mental Health Association Sunshine Coast Branch, Box  1495, Sechelt, belore Januaiy 30,  1993. Mw  We aie expanding lo Gibsons.  Pizza makers, drivers with car,  phone personnel. Apply in person  lo Pappa Joes Pizza. Sechelt,  5590 Wharf Rd. Reliable people  only need apply. No phone calls  please. Mw  35.Business &  Home Services  Carpentry, Drywall. Taping. 20  years experience. Call Hector 886-  8561. Men  Pruning Time  Experienced orchardisl wants to  prune your Iruit trees. Free estimates Call 885-7906. ��6av  For all your cleaning needs. Fast $  reliable 886-2750. ��5w  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bain tubs, sinks, balhs and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy. 883-  2978. ��5cn  Cabinetiee Custom CABINETS  (plywood, solid wood only) finishing, installations, renovations.  Journeyman cabinet maker, experienced carpenter. 885-3551 Men  Carpentry, renovations and  repairs. 20 yis. experience. Call  Steve 8864763. I7w  Will do typing - reasonable rates.  Call 885-2786. Mw  35   Business &  Home Services  JDH MILL SERVICES  ShaWpsntftaj A Repairs  to ad cutttno, tools InctudInQ  Mower Blades A Chahsaawa  Jamie) Harrop  ; 7S2 CfaaajaaaWCi.OIMomlSaVOlU  35   Business S I 36   Work Wanted  Homo Services   I  I'M Your HANDYMAN  Porches, stairs, atriums, additions,  all yobs. No pb too small. Call Bill  8864380 pagei 9774502   I5cn  Spic tnd Span Cleaners  'II you're not happy with the other  guy, then consider giving us a try,'  Wendy 886-2751 Men  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, caipentty, drilling, tree estimates. Relerences  available. 8864483. TFNs  Concrete - Specializing In driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  TFNs  HOMIOWNIM  HILM.INI  -AnrJasg  !xw,Siliu 886*4768  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insuied, Guaianteed  Woik. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  showei panels, CSA appioved.  Fiee estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. Mw  SUNFREE VINYL  AH seasons decking material, free  estimates. Call Joe. BB5-9235I9W  HANDYMAN  Carpentry, painting, stone masonry, general home repairs. 885-  9235 Joe. ��9w  & FRAMING  TO LOCK UP  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Brace Fraser  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 884-5324 or  886-2312 or 8864436.       TFN  EXPERTREES  Protect your property, do your  trees need windproofing? Reasonable lates. Free estimates, fully  insuied. BC Certified Gov't  climber. 24 hi. seivice. Call Rick  8864474. *6w  WINDMILL PAINTING  Interior, exterior. Free estimates,  reasonable rales. Work guaranteed. Phone 885-3916 or 886-  8194. ��6w  Cleanup, moving, wooosplitting,  reliable man seeks indoor/outdoor  work. Few hours ��� few days. Rob  8864822.   Hoi���mato/Companion 3-4 day a  week. 8864001. Friday-Monday.  Early am. Men  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEA.M CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery  POWHtfULIRtlCk-  MOUNIEDEQUPMEKI  BESIPOSSBIE RESULTS  JUSTASKAHOUsND  886*3823  ���tISjjOf uaumtlWlcCTCOTlwas  Honest reliable woman will do  house cleaning, refs. 8854145.   Men  II you would like someone responsible, reliable with exc. relerences  to dean youi house, call Lisa 886-  0055. ��6w  Contractors - experienced tradesman's helper/labourer. Call Tom  8854704. *6w  Family man with truck foi odd jobs,  tubbish removal, cleanups, what  have you. Fast and reliable. 885-  9694. *6w  Two Grade 11 students need  work. 886-7408. Mw  EXPERIENCED FRAMER  Residential project management,  custom additions and decks. Quality craltsman with reasonable  rales. Call Tony 8864120.   Mw -  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm tates,  Iree estimates, no job too small oi  loo laige. Biuce 885-9576.   IBw  Carpentry ��� Renovations ��� Additions. By hour or contract. 886-  3107. ��5cn  OO YOU NEED  Snow shovelling, wood splitting,  light hauling, brush cutting, bucking wood, whatever. 8854737.  Ken  Experienced carpenter available.  Forms, frames, linishing, etc. Drew  81883-9478. ��5cn  Odd jobs, rubbish removal, cleanups, fast and reliable. 885-9694.-  Greg ��4cn  Odd jobs, from firewood to painting, or just labouring. Have 1 ton  truck. 886-7889. Mw  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available loi hauling,  lubbish removal, moving, yaid  maintenance, rototilling. odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating ��� Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  8864538  TFNs  37.Child C.tre  37   Child Care  Reluming RN requires reliable  child care, preferably In my home.  2 children ages 3 yrs and 5  months. Wood Bay area. Rels  required. 863-9471. Mw  Molly Mouse Daycare. Spaces  avail. IB months to school age.  Fun-tilled, caring environment with  early childhood trained staff. 886-  3913 ��8w  Experienced Mom with rets, would  like to daycare youi little one. 886-  7933. Mw  Will babysil Mon.-Fn., my home.  Reasonable. 886-7778.       Mw  In-home family child care. Safe,  lun. P/T oi F/T. Vety reasonable  rates. Rets, avail. 886-2227. Men  Mother ol one available to babysit  part time, flexible hours, prelei  ages 3 and up. 886-7375.    Kw  Loving molher of one will care for  yours, my home. Granlhams. 886-  0026. ��6cn  Kind, imaginative lady will lovingly  caie lot your children in your  home. 8864529. #5cn  Experienced babysitter needed  part time in our home tor 3 and 1  yr. old. References needed,  Roberts Creek. 885-9299.    I5w  38   Business  Opportunities  The Hallmoon Bay Childcare Centre has daycare spaces available  for children aged 16 mos. to 5  years and tor children aged 6-12  yeais. We also piovide diop-in  daycare seivices. Out centie is  only 10 mins. west of Sechelt and  localed on the Halmoon Bay Elementary School site.Please drop In  and meet the team or give us a  call al 8854739. ��5w  Experienced and reliable mother of  two has opening for day care in my  home. Nice fenced yard for play.  Phone 885-2650. ��6w  Care needed for 2 children, 6&8.  Applicant lo be over 15 and child  oriented. Mondays and Tuesdays  after school. 8864916.      i6cn  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  A IRJSQVARNA  FORESTS GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forrst 4 Garden Dealerships  available for Sechell  Call Dorlin at  Tldellne l-ogR'ng  885-4141  SERIOUS ESQUIRES ONLY  Diversify your income and secure  your future. Unique network opportunity. Serious enquiries only. 885-  4816. Ken  FOR SALE  Cathy's Car Car*  ond Zippy lube)  Prime location  Excellenl lease  Reasonably Priced  88S-64SO  39   Legal  NOTICE ol Sale Pursuant to the  Warehousemen's Lien Act. Notice  is hereby given that the storage lot  held by Len Wiay's Transler Ltd.,  Box 186, 1052 Highway 101, Gibsons, BC in the name ol Donna  Marie Harrington will be sold at a  public sate tor debts out**andtngr  and cosl of sale within 30 days ol  the second appeaiance of this  notice at a location designated by  Len Wray's Transfer Ltd.  HIRED EQUIPMENT  REGISTRATION  The Ministry of Transportation and  Highways in the Howe Sound District is  compiling its Hired Equipment List and  advises all persons or companies wishing  to have their rentable equipment such as  trucks, backhoes, loaders, excavators,  graders, rollers, scrapers or tractors listed,  that they should contact the Howe Sound  District Office at 1690 Main Street, North  Vancouver, B.C. V7J 1E3 (Phone: 987-  9311).  Previously listed equipment musl be reregistered.  Current policy will not permit the hiring of  equipment that is not registered with the  Ministry. This Ministry will be hiring local  equipment (where available) for projects In  their area.  Deadline for repistration in tha District is  March 1,1993,  Applications received after this date will be  recorded in a late registrations list and  consequently may not receive a share of  the available work.  Peler R. Milburn, P. Eng.  District Highways Manager  Howe Sound District  Dated at North Vancouver, B.C.  this 20th day of January, 1993.  t��  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of Transportation  and Highways  JW-~  EXTRA! EXTRA!  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  The Coast News   ���    in Sacheit   ... ���_���._  ICVCNA  AND YUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  292  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE A BLANKET CLASSIFIED CALL THE COAST NEWS AT 886-P62?  lor 25  words  $195  $3.70 each additional word  AUTO  ENGINES REBUILT from  $995. 5 year 100,000 kms  warranty. Bond Mechanical  serving B.C. for 27 years.  Phone 7 days, 8 a.m. -8 p.m.  (604)872-0641. Toll-free  Mon-Fri 1-800-663-2521.  A WISE CHOICE. Quality  Rebuilt Engines. Cars and light  tiucks Irom $995. 5 Year,  100,000 Km limited warranties. Canada Engines Ltd.  560-1050 (7 days) 1-800-  665-3570, 856-5828 (evenings).   F-250,4X4's, Cummins Diesel, Explorers, Rangers,  Trucks. Up to $1500. cash  rebaie. '0' down O.A.C. Payments from $i89/month.  Phone Grant or Don collect  538-9778.  AUTO LEASING  FLEET & LEASE truck centre. Huge inventory of Chevy  trucks or factory order. Business, personal enquiries welcome! Delivery available. Port  Chevrolet, John Short, Fleet  Manager. (604)941-5481.   BOATS   Limited company with 60'  Ferro-cement sailboat. Ketch  rigged motor-sailer. Perfect  lve aboard, large pilot house,  galley and cabins. 2 Heads,  $140,000. Details: 736-0938.  BUatOMQ SUPPLIES  DOORS! WINDOWSI Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French Doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE! Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at (604)266-1101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  ���BE YOUR OWN BOSS*.  Large Franchised Carpet A  Upholstery Cleaning Business (Chem-Dry -Carbonated  Cleaners), area covers East/  West Kootenay's, Columbia  Valley, East to Alberta border. 1986Astrovan,allequip-  ment.etc. Will train. Serious  enquiries only. (604)426-  6529 or 489-5863.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  79,457 BARGAINS Direct  from Hong Kong! Some Samples FREE. Watches,  Jewelry, Clothing, Appliances, Toys, more...dirt  cheap! FREE ILLUSTRATED  REPORT: Gateway Bargains, Dept. bet, #150-1857  West 4th, Vancouvei, B.C.  V6J 1M4.   CAREERS  LEGAL COUNSEL- FAMILY  LAW. A staff lawyer is required foi the Smithers Native Community Law Office.  This is a permanent position  starting immediately. Under  the directon of the Executive  Director, the successlul candidate will be working with a  small self-managing group.  This lawyer will be responsible for conducting and supervising work in the area of  lamily law primarily. The successful candidate will be a  lawyer with 3 or more years  experience in general practice and particularly experienced in tamily law. Knowledge ot Gitksan and  WetSuwet'en and other Aboriginal cultures an asset.  Salary negotiable. Excellent  benefits. Interested candidates should apply In writing  belore January 29,1993 to:  Von Sarac, Executive Director, Wedzen Kwe Community  Law Olfice, Box 2118,  Smithers, B.C. VOJ 2N0  Phone: 847-2600, Fax: 847-  3600.  EDUCATION  Train to be a *CRM" - Certified Apartment Manager.  Many jobs available. Over  2,000 graduates now working. Government licensed  home-studycourse. R.M.T.I.  681-5456 or 1-800 -665 -8339.  EARN EXTRA MONEYI  Learn Income Tax Preparation or Basic Bookkeeping by  correspondence. For free  brochures, no obligation, contact U A R Tax Services, 205-  1345 Pembina Highway, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2B6,1 -  800-665-5144. Also enquire  about exclusive franchise territories now available.  EDUCATION  CHEF TRAINING PROGRAM. In just 17 weeks  make your future financially  secure. Join Canada's #1  industry. Cooking Is a recession-proof career. Short, Intense training. Financial assistance. Gov't funding. Student loans. Continuous enrolment. Accommodation  arranged. DUBRULLE  FRENCH CULINARY  SCHOOL, 1522 W. Bth Ave.,  Vancouver, B.C. 738-3155  orToll-liee 1-800-667-7288  EQUIPMENT  BUILDINGS- ROCK-BOTTOM PRICES. B.C. Factory  Outlet. Straight-sided and  utility models. Example:  30X40 $5,225.; 40X60  $7,968. Order lor spring and  save. Pioneer Steel 1 -800-  668-5422.   INSTANT STORAGE SPACE  - Buy or Rent a 20' or 40'  Shipping Container. Secure,  lockable, water tight. Easy to  transport to your localion.  (604)581-4445 or (604)734-  3566.   FOR SALE MISC.  ������SEPTICTANKS $549,001  NEW GOVERNMENT CERTIFIED plastic septic tank.  Guaranteed to last 5 times  longer than concrete. Introductory offer INCLUDES DISTRIBUTION BOX.Value  $65.00   FEED18EED  ATTENTION LIVESTOCK  PRODUCERS - Drought areas. Stretch, upgrade roughage with dehydrated alfalfa  pellets. Place orders Immediately to ensure supply lor  winter. Nutritional lecommen-  dations available. Legal Al-  fatta (403)961-3958.  GARPEN.NO  ONE STOP GREENHOUSE  SHOP, B.C. Greenhouse  Builders Ltd., 7425 Hedey  Ave.,Bumaby,B.C.V5E2Rl.  FREE BROCHURE.  Aluminum/Glass or  Aluminum/Aciytite SDP, Double-walled Greenhouses,  Solariums and compiele Ine  of Greenhouse Accessories.  Telephone (604)433-4220,  F�� 433-1285,   HEALTH  CALL NOWI Free Mail Order  Catalogue Irom Vitamin Discount Stores. Please call 1-  800-663-0747 or in Vancouver 321 -7000 for all your Vitamin Needs.  HELPWAHTED  EXPERIENCED  l-*LANERMAJ*mLWRIGHT  required for machined  loghome manufacturer. Send  resume to: Worldwide Log &  Lumber Co. Inc., TOL OWO  FAX: 932-5273.  HERE'S THE CURE FOR  THE *NO MONEY BLUES".  Fun, Freedom and a Fabulous 45% prom can be yours  by becoming an Independent  Distributor selling QUALITY  LINGERIE. Call MA CHERIE  1-800-661-3305.  HARDWOOD FLOORS  Sales Rep lor your local area  to represent quality  prefinished hardwood floors  wholesale. CaH Peter 321-  5677 (Vancouver). Metro  pdilan Hardwood Floors, Inc.  MOBILE HOMES  USED MOBILES. Manufacture must dear al mobiles.  16 units to choose from.  Priced from $10,000. Noble  Hemes (403)447-2333.  WINTER WORKSSPECIAL!  Any new mobile or modular  home ordered during Janu-  arywll be equipped with ���central air conditioning* ($3,000  value) FREE of charge. We  win custom build your home.  Noble Homes(403)447-2333  ATTENTION TRUE CHRISTIANS. The Good Shepards  Chapel has a message of  vital Importance lor Christians  ol all churches and denominations. Please send self-  addressed stamped #9 envelope to: QSC, Box 1322  Sumrnertand,B.C.VOH1ZO.  PERSONAL  PERSONAL  WOULD YOU UKE to cone-  spond with unattached Christian people across Canada  tor companionship or marriage? Ashgrove, P.O. Box  205, Chase, B.C. VOE 1 MO.  WOMEN-35-65 yeais old who  have undergone breast cancer surgery without recunence  since 1687, are needed for a  study on sell-concept. One 15  minute questionnaire. Call Iris  224-0313, Vancouver,  EXCITING PHOTOS - Karen,  Sylvie and Tanya have sensational personal photos for  sale. For discreet info write:  KAREN, Box 670-GB,  Kelowna, B.C. VIY 7P4.  AdulnOnlyPlMsel  REALESTATE  GALIANO ISLAND: "INVEST  IN PARAOISE". Pretty two  plus acre view paroel overlooking Sturdies Bay. Commercial potential. Located  minutes from the terry dock,  on the Sturdies Bay Road,  the main Galiano road. Great  exposure to pedestrian and  vehicular traffic. Ideal for retail cottage Industry, artists  studio or gallery. Excellent  drilled well, 300 feet deep and  producing 5 gallons per  minute. $125,000. Call Jill at  NRS Galiano Island Realty  Ltd. 1-539-2250 Days or 539-  SSSS-EyeA   PRIVATE SALE on The North  Shore (sunny-side) ol  SHUSWAP LAKE $55,000,2  Bdrm. Condo, sliding patio  door on the water. Can be an  owner w/no down payment  111 carrya2ndmtg.of $30,000.  A mtg 25 years, 5 year term,  10% $268.35/mo. Phone:  (604)837-2348,6-8 p.m., Fax:  1604)837-4499.   PROPERTIESTOBESOLD  forunpeidtaxes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on both write: Properties,  Depl CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa. K2C3J1.    SERVICES   Major ICBC motor vehicle Injury claims. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 years. Cal  free: 1-800-665-1136. Contingency fees available.  Simon, Wener A AxUer.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADS  An Advertising 'Best Buy*!  Why buy. when we've got your number?  LOW COST FAX TRANSMISSION SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  1 Send or receive  1 Local, national, International  ��� Reasonable rates  > Confidential service  885-3930 or  886-2622  COSST5, NEWS  Cruice Lane, Gibsons  Cowrie St., Sechelt  FOR ONE WEEK  in either the Monday �� Weekwdei  Edition. Up lo 10 vwds; 25 tenls  Mciassilmdsmuslb. t'SS^A ^"^.^  pre-paid before insertion     GH      ��� Flee: Lost, rOUIKJ & FfM  Sure Self Cfassfffocfs  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be canceled unless you instruct us lo renew il  by Classified deadline ��� Noi ovoiMife lo, commaarciasl aicfvavlrawa  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Mon-lay IdlHen WavkamUr  NOON KIDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 SecUt 885-3930  _m_^  m_m_m  m*Jk Coast News, January 25, 1993  17  SPCA NEWS  Toys packed and ready fur a  move to a good home, this six-  year-old mild mannered  female cat is one of many you  can meet at the SPCA. Call  885-4771 If you're considering  adding a pet companion to  your household.  i lifelines  We're more than just tires!  Automotiwi Truck Tires ��� Sales I Service  Automotive Mechanical ��� Exhaust Replacement  Alignments ��� Brakes ��� Shocks ��� Tune ups  General Mechanical    ������ ^_m  Q3  39F  Coastal Tires  886-2700  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn       886-8676     Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416     Rosemarie Cook 885*5821  by Joyce Ostry  I have it on good authority that spring is around  the corner -1 saw a robin on the snow in our backyard. It could be the robin was on a reconnaissance  lission.  Tom Bitting, the first vice-president, chaired the  Ifirst general meeting of 1993, on January 21. Presi-  Ident Stan Johnson is resting comfortably at St.  ��� Mary's Hospital and we hope he's  ��� home soon and we see his smiling face ������  I in our midst.  Before Ihe last census was conducted, I asked the readership to consider  [carefully their answers to questions of  I disability. In the Stats Can survey, dis-  (ability was defined as 'any restriction or  6.9 per cent  of children  under 15  experience  The survey found:  ��� Disability increases with age - 6.9 per cent of  children under IS experience some level of disability compared to 14 per cent of adults aged 35 to 54  and lo 46 per cent of Ihose aged 65 and over.  ��� Severity of disability also increases with age -  3 per cent of children with disabilities had a severe  disability, compared to 31.6 per cent of those aged  65 and over.  ������a.     ��� The proportion of those reporting disabilities increased - in all age groups since  1986.  ��� At 52.5 per cent, a limited ability to  walk, move or stand were the most commonly reported disabilities, followed by a  limited ability to bend, dress or handle  lack of ability to perform an activity in s(tme level of sma" 0DJecls at 50.2 per cent  I Ihe manner considered normal for a ��� Pmvlnclnllv. ihe hio  disability  [human being.' About 16.8 per cent of  [British    Columbia's    population        ���  (540,215) reported a disability in 1991,  [ up from 13.8 per cent five years ago.  Stats Can said the increase in part reflected the  I aging of the population, but also a greater willing-  i ness on the part of people to admit they have a disability. This last fact I hope to take a bit of credit  for. Those of us who have Anally decided to 'come  out' see Ihis as a step in the right direction and give  Ihose people a hoorah and encourage others to do  the same. These disabilities range in degree from  mild to moderate to severe.  rtmemberwlten  Provincially, the highest proportion of  disabled was reported in Nova Scotia at  ������ 21.4 per cent, followed by Saskatchewan  at 19.2 per cent. The lowest proportion  was in Newfoundland at 10 per cent, Ihe second  lowest was Ihe Yukon at 11.1 per cent, followed by  Quebec at 12.4 per cent.  ��� 93.7 per cent of those with disabilities lived in  private households compared to 6.3 who lived in  health-related institutions.  Weather conditions play a big part in Ihe percentages of where people wilh disabilities chose lo  live. However, that doesn't explain Saskatchewan  and Nova Scotia with all their ice and snow.  5YEAKSAGO  Sechelt Mayor Bud Koch  was informed by the provincial  government that they had  approved the joint gravel extraction projecl of the Sechelt Indian  Band and Construction Aggregates. In a statement to the  Coast News, Koch said "I  believe this now, more than  ever, indicates the need for a  canal sludy."  Both councils of Sechelt and  Gibsons have declared unanimous support for Ihe United  Fishermen and Allied Workers  Union in the fight against a  recent General Agreement on  Tariff and Trade, charging that  Canada has been practicing  unfair processing of raw herring,  sockeye and pink salmon.  10 YEARS AGO  Gibsons Town Council celebrated its new status as a lown |  council by passing Ihe first zoning bylaw which does not have I  to go to Victoria lo be ratified.  Bylaw 444 will permit the con-  slruclion of Ihe Gibsons Landing |  Hotel in the Bay area.  15 YEARS AGO  Approximately 250 people  packed themselves into Madeira  Park Community Hall on Jan. 21  to make Iheir views known lo  Ihe representatives of BC Hydro  about the proposed powerline  running from Cheekeye near  Squamish lo Dunsmuir on Vancouver Island.  20 YEARS AGO  The spiritual home of the  Sechelt Indian Band is about to  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares al home with us  Pel /Animal Can*  Mail Clearing and Foa-anrdina  Indoor Plant and Vard Maintenance  Regular Home Check or Uvtta Sen**  C^L SFMRON 885-2228  be restored. Gilbert Joe, supervising coordinator of Ihe band  council's housing rehabilitation  committee, reveals that the  Protestant chapel of the RCAF  base Ladner has been purchased  by the band and is now awaiting  favourable weather to be  shipped in two sections by Apex  Construction Company.  25 YEARS AGO  Petitions wilh more than  1000 names on them protesting  ferry service operations were  being gathered up Wednesday  along the Sunshine Coast.  30 YEARS AGO  Immediately after the Cuban  crisis, 41 per cent of Canadians  wanted nuclear weapons for our  forces; 17 per cenl were  opposed; 37 per cent wanted  them to be available for use if  we needed them, but fell Ihey  should remain in Ihe US until an  emergency. Five per cent had no  opinion.  35 YE.4RS AGO  Roberls Creek Improvement  Association has received 38  replies from 62 letters sent to all  MLAs asking their support in  getting the road through  Squamish finished.  45 YEARS AGO  Nearly 800 voters are eligible  to vole in the forthcoming  plebiscite for a licensed hotel at  Gibsons. The area affected by  Ihe controversial question of  whether Gibsons should be wet  or dry, lies between Hopkins  and Ihe junction of the upper  and lower Sechelt highway.  YW\WORKER'S COMPENSATION BOARD I  INDUSTRIAL  FIRST AID  $4502��  _ :~_yr^t\  $.  tityCutmrtUU-Wal*  -^ laiMMiiwat  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  \_JU_\t_  $__$_____  Register now for  courses in the new St. John Ambulance  Training Centre in Sechelt.  WHETHER IT'S YOUR FIRST TRY  OR YOU WANT TO RENEW YOUR TICKET  TWO WEEK DAY COURSE  FEB. 22 - MAR. 5  ST. JOHN AMBULANCE  Industrial First Aid Course  "The Affordable Alternative"  Payment can be made hy   fr-  For information and registration  Phone: 885-0161  ST. JOHN .AMBULANCE  "GOOD DEAL MEALS  are back  Sunday to Thursday  January 24 - 28,1993  (Closed Mondays)  This Week's Feature  1. BBQ Ribs 4- Calamari Dinner  2. Cahicken SouvlaW 5�� J��� <2>Half ��rders of  _____.,_           . Baked Lasagna with Salad or  3. Chicken Athena Baked Spaghetti with .Salad  Choose from any one of the above "Good Meal Deals" from  Sunday to Thursday (4 - 9 pm, dine-in only)  Overlooking  Gibsons Harbour  OM-E-G-A  RESTAURANT  Reservations  886-2268  2 8 1     G () W li It    PT  R I)  Say "I Love You" with a personal  Valentine's Greeting...  Compose your own message on this coupon and bring, mail,  tax, or phone it in to us by noon, Tuesday, February 9th.  liudgct MikIcI  1 toi x 1/2"  $4  Bcomony  Model  lcolxl"  $7  Bob, you mean the world  tome.  *0 Love you, Mary *0  Daddy, I love you very  much and hope you'll  always be my Valentine  Love, Muffin  P.S. Mom loves you too  Choose from 4 sizes  designed to fit  your budget...  Publication date  Monday, February 11th  Rosie  I love soft kittens fluffy  snowflakes, rainbows,  chocolate cupcakes,  sunny days, good cheer,  butterflies, and of  course, you dear  Larry  Deluxe Model  lcolx2"  $14  Hey,  Rig Spender  Model  1 col x 3".  $21  Of all the gltls I've loved  before  There's none that can  compare  With one who's eyes are  really  Blue and whose face Is  truly fair.  - Bonis  Print pur message here.. f  18  Coast News, January 25,  1993  Member of  ALLIED.  The Careful Movers  Call the Moving  Specialists  .    For all local moving, or tor help witn  moving awkward heavy items, pianos, etc.  LEI HUM'S TRANSFER LTD.  Paindtfi Hditsuu, cuBtomawa  please CALL COLLECT  Custom Packing, Storage, Local 1 Long Distance Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS  886*2664  community  Donald Hauka: friend  to Gibsons, pioneer  of sub-sea technology  REPOTTING  DAY  Sick of Winter-  So are Your  Houseplants  Mark Saturday. January 30  on Your Calendar: 10am - 5pm  Bring your plants -  We can split, repot & renew your violets.  Lots of New Arrivals  ��� Green ��� Blooming ��� Fresh Cut ��� Plant Pots  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  _,,._    Pratt Rd.. Gibsons       886-7527   r^  EMM    Mon.-Sat. 9-5:30    Sun. 10-4   l____J  by Donald James Hauka  Donald Mitchell Hauka was  raised in Tiber. Alberta during  lhe Depression on a farm with a  large family and a small  income. He learned early Ihe art  of breathing new life into aging  equipment - sometimes with little mote than baling wire and  pliers. Hui while one eye was on  his work, the other was wistfully lighting on the stream of  hobos flowing through town on  liviglttcars, headed for the exotic port of Vancouver.  In 1940, Donald Mitchell.  18. followed his heart and the  hobos across the Rockies lo lhe  Wesl Coast. He joined up in  1943 and, being a Prairie Boy, it  was only natural he sign on with  the Royal Canadian Navy. Petty  Officer Hauka served on a variety of vessels. His favourite was  the tiny corvette "Slrathroy,"  which helped shepherd tlte lifeline of convoys across Ihe  Atlantic to littrope.  Peacetime found Don back in  Vancouver, where he resumed  his romance with Margaret Iso-  bel MacArthttr. They married in  l')47 and as the '50s dawned,  Ihey came to Gibsons "for Ihe  weekend." The weekend turned  into a lifetimc.Thc mountains of  Howe Sound were their picket  fence, its waters their swimming  pool. One by one, children  flowed from their union: Phyllis, Gordon, Michael, David,  Donald James. They gave their  foster-daughter, Jane, the same  love as the rest of their children.  The Depression-era virtues of  thrift and resourcefulness stayed  with Donald Mitchell in founding Gibsons lilectric. These  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinly Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  #7-5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Free Bruce Hardwood  Floor Clinic  and  one Day sale  Bruce Hardwood Floors, manufacturers of prefinished hardwood  flooring and DeVries are conducting product knowledge and  installation demonstrations of their hardwood floors on  Saturday, Feb. 13.  This Flooring comes in many varieties and colours ideal for  dining room, den, playroom, etc. and allows you to do the job  completely in one day, or installation can be arranged.  Factory personnel will be showing the nailing and glueing  methods of installation - no purchase necessary.  Drastically reduced pricing on Bruce Hardwood available for this  one day only. A deposit only on an order will guarantee this  special pricing. Bring your room dimensions or plans for a quick  estimate.  The clinic starts at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 13, at  Devries, 709 Hwy. 101, Gibsons. Because seating is limited  please reserve by calling 886-7112.  Bruce Hardwood floors Of Thick,  Solid Oak Will Last A LIFETIME.  Not only will a Bruce floor last a lifetime, it will become even  more beautiful with age. Bruce's painstaking finishing process  gives you a look no other flooring material can even approach.  (COUWmlCJJOM  HOURS:  9-5 MONDAY-  SATURDAY  MAKING HOMES BEAUTIFUL FOR 3 6 YEARS  709 HWY. 101, GIBSONS ��� 886-7112  Donald Mitchell Hauka (1922 -  virtues were a blessing to his  customers .ind a mild curse lo  his family. Nothing was thrown  out. Soon, Ihe shop was jammed  lo Ihe rafters with old televisions, stereos, tubes, motors,  compressors, the guts of a  weather balloon, toasters, telephones, and all manner of thing  electronic. ____________  Sometimes "Ihe     ,���, .    ,  pile" was 100 much    *"* extended  for Margaret, and family - ha[f of  she would implore    -,.,    * .  Donald Mitchell io Gibsons-knew  "get rid of the ihey didn't need  junk." Then, a  pained expression  would cross his  face, and he would  recite his Depression manlra. Article ""���"~*~  by article, he would pronounce:  "Plenty of good wear lefl in  thai," or "be a wasle lhat."  The parts came in handy  when, in Ihe early 1960s, Donald Mitchell sent below the icy  waters of Howe Sound Ihe first  unmanned submersible ever  placed beneath the waters of Ihe  Wesl Coast. He was a pioneer in  Ihe sub-sea technology of which  BC is now a world leader, and  continued lo work in the field  right up to his death.  Over his 70 year��, Don met  and touched so many souls it's  impossible to name or number  them all. He wove into Ihe rich  tapestry of his life people of all  ages and walks of life. The door  of his home was always open.  His extended family - half of  Gibsons - knew they didn't  to knock to come  in and sit down  for a chat'  1993), with grandson Alexander.  photo submitted  need lo knock to come in and sil  down for a chat.  Donald Mitchell saw the  inter-connectedness of life - and  of death. He bore the death of  his wife and prepared for his  own mortality within the same  year. During his two-year battle  wilh cancer, he chanted the  _____    same  manlra  for  himself lhal he had  used lo resurrect so  many   pieces   of  machinery "Plenty  of good wear lefl in  me, be a shame lo  waste me."  Donald Mitchell  Hauka, my father,  did not waste his  remaining lime. The  ~""wear lefl in him  wenl lo showing his love for his  family and friends. He was  determined lo come home to  Gibsons and his upstairs room  to die.  He passed from Ihis world  into Ihe next on Januaiy 9 as he  had lived, surrounded by and  still giving love. The pain we all  share in his death is eased by lhe  knowledge lhat heaven was  made for people like Donald  Mitchell, and our loss in this life  is the gain of those happy beings  in the undiscovered country he  now (ravels.  The Don and Margaret  Memorial l:und for Heritage  Preservation and Oceanographic  Studies has been established at  the Dank of Montreal, Gibsons.  For information on Ihe trust,  phone 886-8236.  THERE'S ACOLD HEARTED  THIEF IN YOUR HOME.  It's lurking outside the back door. Or in the shadows of  the basement. It's the humming, whirring, clicking, old  second refrigerator. And it's robbing you of cold cash -  an old inefficient second fridge can cost you up to  $100 a year to run.  WE'LL COME AND GET IT AND GIVE YOU $30!*  We can take ihe problem off your hands. We'll pick up  your old operating fridge (10 cu. fl. io24cu. fl. size)  free of charge, dispose of it in an environmentally safe  manner and send you a cool $30.  To register in Ihe Program, call Ihe Refrigerator Buy-Back  Hoi Line toll-free 1-800-663-CASH (2274). In Ihe  Lower Mainland, call 683-CASH (2274).  BC hydro  ���B C.Hydro reserves the right to change or cancel the rebate offer at  any time without prior notice.   ____;  ____i

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