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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings ,  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1945  February 15,1993 Volume 47 Issue 7  High demand sends lumber prices booming  by Jane Seyd  When a tree falls in lhe woods these  days, it's fetching a higher price on the  market.  Prices for lumber logs have been  soaring recently, with figures up by 30  per cent in the last six months, according to some estimates.  Prices have jumped especially  sharply since December.  While some price increase is normal  for Ihis lime of year as log inventories  dwindle, most people agree this year's  values are higher than usual.  Possible reasons include everything  from early snowfall in logging opera-  lions, a general lack of timber due to  Provincial  bargaining  moves irk  teachers  by Diirali Hansen  The discussion of a proposal  for more effective teacher/school  board relations in the BC public  education system sparked some  reaction from Ihe local teacher's  union representative al Tuesday's school board meeting.  The proposal is the result of  discussions carried on by the  employee relations committee of  the BC School Trustee Association and provides an outline of a  three-tiered bargaining system  involving Ihe Ministry of Education, school boards and teachers.  Under Ihe proposal, teachers  would bargain future contracts al  the provincial level.  "It's a little frightening," said  Sunsliine Coasl Teachers Association president Sharon Wood,  urging the board to think carefully before involving themselves in such an action.  Wood said she felt the action  would pul a division in cordial  relationship enjoyed by the  board and the union on the Sunshine Coast. "I have a feeling  that people think the teachers  look the school boards to the  laundry in bargaining over the  first few years," Wood said.  "But I don't think that's true,"  Wood said that while the  SCTA did consult heavily with  the BCTF on union language for  the first two contracts, Ihis year  they were making their own  decisions, keeping them unique  to district needs.  She said her concern is that at  a provincial bargaining table  ihose local concerns will be lost.  School board chair Pat Stuart  clarified the board's decision in  an interview Thursday, saying  her impressions were lhal the  board has not been supportive of  provincial bargaining in the past.  "This is just another way of  looking al Ihings," she said of  Ihe proposal.  Stuart added that a final decision has not been made on  provincial bargaining and may  be just one of several recommendations to be brought before  Ihe Corblli commission for consideration.  Despite the controversy,  SCTA members formally ratified a two-year teacher's contract Thursday night.  Wood said while they didn't  gel all that they were asking for,  they got "enough" to satisfy the  majority of ihe membership.  In lhe contract, the teacher's  bargained a two per cent salary  increase effective January 1993  and another two per cent  increase in July I993, Ihey also  gained new language around  issues "f posting and filling  which, Wood said, was "very  important to have happen."  They did not reach 'an agreement Ihis round on securing  seniority lor temporary leachers.  "We did gel a written  promise Ihey would consider  lliciri firsl," Wood said, "bul il's  noi llie same."  Price of logs climbs 30 per cent in six months  forestry cutbacks, customers worried  about potential shortages and an expected boom to housing starts in both the  Uniled Stales and Europe.  For the forest industry on the Coast,  higher prices are good news for logging  operations selling the wood, bul bad  news for sawmills buying on the open  log market.  "It's all gone up," says Ron Casey,  foreman for local FAB Logging, which  sells logs to Canadian Pacific Forest  Products buying station in Ladysmith.  Even people with privale acreage to  clear can stand to make between $2,000  and $3,000 on a good load of fir right  now, says Casey.  Mike Bell, local manager of International Forest Products, agrees that "log  prices arc definitely very strong right  now."  Significant price increases have  occurred across all species and grades  of lumber wood, says Bell. The one  exception is pulp wood, for which  prices are still low because of less  demand from the mills.  According to Ministry of Forests figures, prices for an average cubic metre  of cedar rose from $71.18 to $90.97  between July and November 1992 on  the Vancouver log market, while fir  increased from $79.91 to $82.69 and  cypress went from $116.31 to $159.94.  Figures for hemlock were down for that  time period from $50.19 lo $49.91.  But according to Bell, the average  price for hemlock has risen again by  $10 a cubic metre since December.  Bell says higher prices have been  caused by an increase in demand from  American suppliers, who had renewed  confidence in the economy following  the U.S. election. European and Pacific  Rim orders are also up, wilh an anticipated spurt in building this summer,  while export of lumber from Russia  hasn't taken off as anticipated.  These days, Japanese buyers are  mainly interested in hemlock and  cypress, he says.  Some customers are also nervous  about supply, says Bell, following  forestry harvest cutbacks in the Sunshine Coast and other areas.  turn to page 2  Band set to vote on  multi-million-dollar  marina project  Business is looking good for log producers like Inlerfor's Jackson (Sechelt Division) Drysort as BC's  lumber prices continue to climb. Joel Johnstone photo  by Jane Seyd  A   A multi-million dollar mari-  iha complex planned by the  ' Sechelt Indian Band for the former site of the Jackson Brothers  log sort in Wilson Creek is now  in its final stages of discussion.  The plan was presented to  band  members  Wednesday  night and will likely  be formally released    ������  by the band council  this week.  The marina proposal, in the planning stages for years  by the band, includes  a large boat moorage, a condominium  development, tourist  accommodation, ~~~""  boat ways and lifts  and other amenities.  The development is planned  as a joint enterprise between the  Sechelt and Panorama Construction, owned by Art McGinnis of Gibsons.  The band owns 25 acres of  land at the Wilson Creek site  and has had an active foreshore  lease since 1984.  "It'll be a major slopping-off  place," says Calvin Craigan, a  band member who's been  involved in the marina plan dating back many years. "It's a  beautiful design; well thought-  out."  An existing breakwater, and  good results from soils and  engineering tests made the site a  natural choice, says Craigan.  Geographically, it should also  appeal to boaters coming up  from Juan de Fuca Strait into  Georgia Strait who don't want  to stay in Vancouver.  According to Ihe current  plan, 12 feet of gravel will be  'The plan must  be approved  by tbe band  membership tn  a referendum'  marina site, says Craigan. The  project will also likely be completed in phases.  Of the partnership with  Panorama, says Craigan: "They  see it as profitable and worthwhile to get involved.  "They share the risk and they  go out and promote the project.  They have experi-       ence in that."  Financial details  have not been  rleased publicly by  the band. But according to band  member Wesley Jeffries, who attended  Wednesday's meeting, the project is  ���~~~ expected to cost $19  million, with much  of the capital financed through  Panorama, while the band provides the land.  Commenting from Gibsons,  McGinnis said the project is  still in the "formulalive stage,"  but added he has agreed with  the band not to discuss details.  The plan must also be  approved by the band membership in a referendum.  An application for secondary  sewage treatment and disposal  for marina facilities has recently  been received from the band by  waste management.  While not opposing the project, neighbours in Wilson  Creek have already expressed  some concerns about sewage  disposal and nearby wetlands  used as a habitat by wildlife.  "I want to know what they  plan on doing and how they  plan on doing it," said Gwen  Abram, who lives on nearby  property leased from the  Sechelt. "I don'l think that's too  dredged from the bottom of the      much to a  Mediated ferry contract negotiations resume  by Sluart Burnside  The BC Ferry and Marine  Workers Union (BCFMU) went  back into mediated negotiations  wilh the BC ferry Corporation  Friday in an attempt to work out  the ongoing contract dispute.  BCFMU president Brett  Joyce said Thursday that Industrial Relations Council mediator  Brian Foley had called the Iwo  sides back to the table after the  union's execulive board met  Wednesday to select a new  "paired-down" bargaining committee.  "The executive chose a new,  smaller group of representatives," Joyce said, "and now  we're going to have lo see what  Mr. Foley has lo say."  The previous committee recommended acceptance of a contract offered by Foley al Ihe end  January, bul when the vole was  taken, union members voted Ihe  offer down by 66 per cenl.  "I can't give the specific reasons why Ihey voted against il"  Joyce said, "because Ihey arc  issues we slill need lo be  addressed (at the bargaining  table)."  Joyce, Foley and spokesmen  for the BC Ferry Corporation  have all expressed optimism a  contract will be ratified in Ihe  near future, bul in Ihe meantime,  members of tlte union remain in  a legal strike position unlil Ihe  end of Ihe month. If al that lime  Ihey lake and accept another  sirike vole, Ihey will be in legal  sirike position for another 90  days.  The BCFMU has been without a contract since Oct. 31,  when negotiations first broke  down.  Delails of Friday's negotiant's were unavailable by press-  time.  checkout  our wedding  pages 23  Treeplanters falling on hard times as silviculture declines  part I of a series  hy Darah Hansen  Wilh shovels in hand and weighty  hags strapped tightly around their waists,  Ihe spring contingent of tree planters is  gearing up on Ihe Coasl lo face another  season of reforestation.  Bul, according lo a couple of reputable  contractors, Ihis may be the year lo think  seriously about switching professions its  Ihe silviculture industry has fallen on  hard limes.  "It's jusl terrible", said Tony Greenfield, owner of Whiskeyjack Reforesta  tion Ltd., located oul of Sechelt. "It's  going lo be gruesome oul there." Greenfield said his own business is down by  one third this year, blaming Ihe decrease  on a heavy glul of contractors in a shrinking Iree planting market. "Il's jusl very,  very competitive right now," he said.  Dirk Brinkman, part-owner of  Brinkman and Associates Reforestation  located oul of New Westminster, agreed  wilh Greenfield's comments, adding lhal  Brinkinati's hadn't been hit as hard as  Whiskeyjack.  It's all pail of tut oil-going decline in  the basic silviculture industry, explained  Brinkman. "The year 1989 was the  peak," he said, "and il may he lhe peak  for litany, many years if ever again."  According lo various sources, the reasons for the decline vary. But neither  Greenfield nor Brinkman had any difficulty identifying whal Ihey fell were the  major reasons.  "There will always be a little bil of  shrinkage due lo improving out performance," said Brinkman, "The more successful wc lire Ihe fewer Irees per Itcctaiv  we need lo plant lo gel Ihe minimum  slocking standard." He said success has  come from better quality trees, smarter  site selection and lighter quality controls  when a tree is planted. The overall result  has been higher survival and heller  growth.  "Where today we niighl have areas  we're plaining 1.400 (lives) per hectare in  order lo get 700-800 free-growing tret's.  10 years from now we'll start lo reduce  that lo 1.3(H) and 1.2(H) and 1.1 (Hi and so  on if we keep improving and working out  lhe problems," he said.  turn to page III  j  - - ^^~-^~dma*_-_a~__~_*_-m_*_a_��_mam  "TT ���,T~i1ttml���^~������^������- ��� ---_e_-mmm_���^_--  a_^_B_H_m_m Coast News, February 15, 1993  Elphinstone  Secondary  -NEWS-  Parents Meetin   Monday. February 15  Topics: - Should some courses get more time than  others?  - Cafeteria update  - Independent time for all students for teacher  advisement  The latter topic was addressed at the last meeting but  more time was needed.  All parents are encouraged to attend.  Basketball at Elphi  Jr. Boys Feb. 9 - 3:00 pm  Report Cards Available  Report cards will be distributed to students on  February 16.  School Dance  On February 17, the student council will be putting on  another successful school dance. They will be looking tor  parent chaperones. If they call for your help, please  consider their request seriously.  news  New band drug law drawing praise  by Darah Hansen  Last week's announcement of a new law  prohibiting illegal drugs and intoxicants on  Sechelt Indian Band lands is getting nothing  but praise from the local RCMP detachment.  In fact. Staff Sgl. Cam Reid said il was a  necessary move on behalf of Ihe band in  order to see provincial and federal laws  enforced within Ihe native community. Reid  said prior to Ihe law, il was difficult for the  RCMP lo police the band.  On drug related issues which fall under  the jurisdiction of Ihe federal narcotics act,  Reid said Ihe problem has not been in knowing who Ihe offenders are but in gathering  enough evidence against Ihem and gelling  someone lo publicly testify.  He said Ihis problem of enforcement is  common among Native band members  because they are often related, and to put the  ' finger on an offender "can pul a tremendous  strain on families."  On alcohol violations, Ihe mailer has been  labelled a 'grey area' of jurisdiction.  Reid said the RCMP in the past have  ignored violations to the provincial liquor  control act by the band because the "issue  could evolve to become a matter of provincial jurisdiction over Native land claims."  He said there have been cases elsewhere  in the province where band members have  successfully challenged provincial laws on  the grounds they do not apply on Indian  band lands, which are generally considered  to be under federal jurisdiction.  Reid cited a case in Alexis Creek where a  judge threw out a traffic violation on such  grounds. In the case, the judge said the violation should have been charged under the  federal Indian Act to be valid.  Reid said the next week, the same judge  threw out a traffic ticket issued under the  Indian Act, claiming it was a provincial mailer. "I don'l think it's been defined yel  (legally)," said Reid, adding "no incident has  been serious enough (on the Sechell lands)  to warrant the cost of tying up the courts."  Reid said it was unfortunate lhal enforcement of these laws has been put off for so  long, bul added Ihe decision noi lo charge  violators in the past was in no way due to a  negative relationship with the band. "Often  where the rights of the individual win," he  said, "the rights of the communily are lost."  Band drug and alcohol counsellor Wesley  Jeffries agreed with Reid thai Ihe band has  been difficult to police in the past.  "It's not that these activities weren't  reported lo Ihe police," Jeffries said, "It's  just that they were so accepted."  He said while il's too soon to sec any real  repercussions from Ihe new law, he is confident it will have positive effects.  Land claim delays frustrating band  The Coast News...  Your  community  newspaper  by Jane Seyd  Talk is cheap. Especially  when it's coming from federal  and provincial ministers of aboriginal affairs.  Thai's Ihe response of Iwo  members of the Sechelt Indian  band's land claim negotiating  committee, who attended a conference on native claims last  week in Vancouver.  First provincial minister  Be a Challenge '93 Employer. Hire a Student.  Under the Government of Canada's  summer employment program  tor students, organizations of .ill kinds aire  eligible lo apply for funding nasistance  thait supports the creation of summer jobs.  Apply now through vour loCail  Canada Employment Centre - listed  under Employment and Immigration  Canada in the blue pages of your  telephone book.  Become ai Challenge '93 employer.  It's gtxad for students, /.�����<*��  employers and the     /J/ _^e��OSi 7*  future of Canada.  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Both said they'd love lo negotiate, but held the other jurisdiction responsible for stalling over  cost-sharing arrangements.  "Basically it was the same  old stuff," said Sechelt councillor Trent Dixon. "I heard this  stuff two years ago."  Both Dixon and Calvin  Craigan, also on the land claims  negotiating team, say the band is  growing increasingly frustrated  by government hold-ups to starting negotiation. "One guy got up  and said this is typical government handling. Make a speech  and leave," said Dixon. "Those  people should come and see us  if they are serious."  Recently Sechelt band members have asked for greater control over traditional lands in  their land claim proposal,  including areas up Jervis Inlet,  rather than relinquishing title  outright as originally planned.  "It gives the band members a  little more security," said  Craigan.  While stalling over lalks continues, Ihe band is considering a  court challenge as a final resort  to force governments to start  negotiating.  Ferry traffic planning criticised  At least one local resident has expressed concern that the Coasl isn't being adequately considered in a Ministry of Transportation and Highways  plan to install a traffic light where the new Gibsons  bypass will connect with the Langdale ferry terminal.  "What the ministry is looking at is flow in and  out of that terminal," said Langdale resident and  member of the West Howe Sound Community  Association Eric Cardinall. "Not enough thought is  being given to local needs, particularly people who  want to park their cars and walk onto Ihe ferry or  who want to drop a foot passenger off."  Cardinall said if Highways installs a traffic lighl  to control congestion leaving the terminal, Port  ,i Mellon highway will fcjilqi-a^aqffeyeiy tfrn^fer-,,  ries unload. Because of Ihe location of the terminal's new parking lot, this would mean people  ^IrwJtraf.froin Gibsons, Scctielt.fK anywhae naOh  of the Langdale terminal who wanted to paii Iheir  cars and walk aboard will also have to wait unlil  unloading is complete. "We're going to have Ihe  equivalent of (North Vancouver's) Marine Drive  and Park Royal," Cardinall said.  A Highways spokesman said the plan for a traffic light at the entrance to the Gibsons bypass was  all that was needed according to ministry traffic  studies, and Ihe only real recourse to potential traffic jams at the light would be an overpass out of  the terminal, allowing the Port Mellon highway lo  run underneath.  "The traffic volumes don't justify Ihe expenditure for an overpass al this point," ministry  spokesman Jim Davidson said Thursday, "and  there isn't room lo put one in safely. If it needed to  be done sometime in the future, obviously we'd  have lo have another look al it."  He said residents, people wanting access to the  parking lot or passengers could avoid being stalled  by off loading traffic al the new light by getting to  the ferry terminal a little early.  "1 dflfl!t V( ' to sound unsympathetic. Davidson  said, ''mil people might have to organise their time  a bit better."  Cardinall said he would like lo see the Ferry  Corporation and public also have a say.  Log prices floating on market currents  from page I  "It's like the stock market,"  says Jeff Salmon, manager of  Bayside Sawmills, "When people get word of a log shortage  they begin to buy."  Salmon says that's created  artificially high prices for logs,  which could potentially catch  some people buying at high cost  then facing a fading lumber  market: "It could come crashing  down."  As a sawmill which buys a  hemlock/balsam species mix on  the open log market, Salmon  says prior to the mill's current  shutdown over a labour dispute,  log prices had a dramatic effect  on operations. "We can't just  automatically pass the increase  on," he says. "It's a serious  problem."  Salmon says average log  prices have gone up 28 per cent  in the last six months and "a  high grade log has gone up  much more than that."  While Interfor supplies wood  to its own sawmills, Bell says  the company has been somewhat affe.ted by the prices  because "we don't produce  enough of Ihe right species."  But while log prices are up  10 lo IS per cent higher than  average, says Bell, the company  has been able to sell the lumber'  for a finished cost of about 20  per cent more than usual.  During the last quarter of  1992, several forest companies,  including Interfor, have reported  a renewed upsurge in profits.  Interfor holds the greatest  volume of annual allowable cul  in the Sunshine Coast forest  region.  Another Good Deal from  *�� ��  From Monday Feb. 15 - Sunday Feb. 28  FREE LITRE OF COKE WITH EVERY ORDER!  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Whal Ihis means, said Doris  I'tiller, a (iibsons resident who's  opposed lo the bill, is the large  pharmaceutical companies can  now charge Hie highest price tlte  market will determine for a  patented drug.  And that means an enormous  increase in cosl lo an already  strained health care plan in  Canada and lo lhe individual,  she said.  Jusl think of il, she said,  "pharmaceutical companies that  are going lo be developing new  drugs for say cancer, Parkinson's disease, AIDS, and even  arthritis - all these things lhal  will effect people with these  long illnesses -1 mean. I'orgel il,  Ihey won't be able lo pay llie  price.  "I've heard of some of these  drugs costing up lo $10(1 per  lahlel.  "lot people on an ordinary  income, well. Ihey might as well  ���mfSse-,1*,' .  )                        rt\i$V:e*J-i_  mmmm-m__^_^_^_^Km-                   *i'   &.2ji��_i  m           ��� W_^B  -���^-__^_ms ���             \          _^_^_W_\m_^____,  .IjdP'  Volunteers pinlesling Rill C-91 staff a petition table al Sunnycrest Mall  Reid, and Doris Fuller.  Marvin Day, Barbara  Joel Johnstone photo  just give up llie ghost."  I.asl Saturday, I'tiller and  other volunteers circulated a  petition in (iibsons .Sunnycrest  Mall collecling 550       signatures in just  five and it half  homs.  The petition  called for a repeal  of an earlier hill,  C22, which firsl  extended lhe pal-  euls from five lo 10  years in 1987, and a withdrawal  of Bill C91.  "One hundred signatures an  hour," she said, "that's how fast  people were signing il."  ... an enormous  Increase in cosl  lo an already  strained heallh  care plan'  She added everyone was  eager lo sign the petition once  Ihey understood what il was  about - front young people lo       senior citizens.  Of her own  involvement, she  said site organized  the petition  because she's  deeply concerned  over the future of  socittl programs in       the country!  "Our medical program is in  horrible shape and the pharmaceutical bill will only pul further  strain on il - you know lhe  whole damn thing is just disinte  grating before our eyes and  nobody's doing a damned thing.  "People jusl seem to have  heads in clouds and don't realize... We've had Ihe health plan  for 30 years now and it's just  like people think il was there for  ever and ever.  "They don'l seem lo realize  lhat what man makcth law,  those laws can he changed and  lhe benefits tukclh away."  I'tiller said ideally she'd like  to see the labour unions and  other organized groups slarl taking some action against future  moves by government if, for no  olher reason, than to protect  themselves.  Bayside mill dispute going to mediation  After iwo weeks of a lock-out al Hiiyside  Sawmills, the labour relations board has  appointed a mediator.  The appointment came at the request of  local IWA president Darryl Wong lo help  resolve a conliacl dispute between the union  and the company.  Larry (itegg has been appointed lo help  tlte Iwo sides work out an agreement through  non-binding mediation.  Bolh local union warden Murray Cantelon and sawmill manager Jeff Salmon said  Ihey were hopeful a third parly would help  bring 'aboil! ii contract se(lleWcfil.l,lw  "Il's a very responsible move," said  Salmon.  "Obviously we don't want to be locked-  out," said Cantelon. "...but so far Bayside  doesn't seem lo be responding."  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Ai%i  ^j_t_t_i_^^m_m_mm_m_m_m_m_m  HM Coast News, February 15,  1993  Wolf kill could  have been avoided  Behind the Yukon wolf kill, announced by the Territory's government last week, lies a complicated web of  argument around a basic issue: humankind's dabbling in  the balances of nature.  There is something truly disturbing about the sight of  'conservation' officers packing rifles with high-powered  telescopes whirling around in helicopters and systematically wiping out predatory denizens of the north. All in  the interests of maintaining threatened caribou and moose  populations.  Once more we are forced to witness drastic 'wildlife  management' measures that are a direct result of ignorance and overhunting - supposedly in the past - a legacy  dating from the '40s when the Yukon First became a hot-  spot for big-game hunting.  In spite of conservation measures over the years, the  caribou herd has continued to decline to Ihe point where  native Indians several years ago stopped hunting entirely  for their traditional food. An indigenous culture is  responding to the devastation of a species.  Meanwhile, big-game hunting in the Aishiki, an area  near Kluane National Park where the kill is scheduled to  take place, continued until recently. That is inexcusable.  The announcement of another wolf kill fuels cynicism  around the contentious subject of wildlife management.  Why is it that conservation slill equates with desperate  actions and impending calamity? And that the reasons are  always terribly complex and the scientists always baffled?  However needed, it sometimes seems that attempts at  management will never amount to much in the unpredictable rhythms of nature.  It is a fact that the 200 wolves in the Aishiki area will  shrink on their own without a cull, as their prey diminishes. But there is the very real fear that the decades it takes  for the natural cycle to restore balance will spell doom  for threatened migratory caribou and moose populations,  and potentially for the way of life of indigenous peoples  which depend on them.  Inevitably, tougher regulations will flow from further  study and research - new management plans based on  better information.  But meanwhile, in a windswept corner of southern  Yukon, shots will ring out, more ugly reports on the planet's pressured ecosystems creaking under the weight of  human intervention.  Dirty remedies  It is a time when alternative medical treatments and  medicines have been enjoying a renaissance of sorts. A  time when a growing number of people have been willing  to experiment with the more traditional approaches of  folk medicine in treating a variety of ailments - instead of  resorting to synthetic drugs as a matter of course.  The rising price of prescriptive medicines is one reason  for the change. Another is that the revival of interest in  herb remedies has spread into the mainstream and there is  now a broad spectrum of commercial products available.  So you can almost hear the wails of injustice from a  pharmaceutical industry subjected to regulatory controls  itps 'natural' competitors currently avoid.  The trouble with that line of thinking is that it leads to  regulations and restrictions that are inappropriate for  herbs that have been in common use for centuries.  The government should keep its fingers out of the  herbal remedy business.  ���****'     "\ "\   J/l-liVMi1  W�� -STILL c^jiV-- ^u * |C  CIGARETTE^..  OH! THE BANK IS DOWN THATAWAV  -m��s k just a ToemovEuvm  Continue to share  fish resource  Il is gratifying to read lhat all  fishers are in agreement with  protection of our fishery  resource and thai Ihe Department of Fisheries and Oceans  has failed miserably. Given lhal  tht? Department of Fisheries and  Oceans has had approximately  50 years to nearly decimate Ihe  salmon stocks in our country, it  only makes sense lhat they  make some positive changes by  decentralizing some of their  authority to Ihe people who  have historically survived with  and by Ihe salmon.  Granted there have been mis-  lakes, by very few Bands, but  on a much broader scope there  are many successes (ie the  llaida, Nishga, Cowichan,  Qualicum, Sliammon, llomitlcn,  Tsimpscan, Comox, Nimpkish,-,  Campbell River and the :  Sechell.)     _  The tribes will be working  under one authority, Ihe Department of Fisheries and Oceans.  This is not a separate fishery but  one with much diversity that can  only produce greater dividends  for everyone. This department  receives its direction from Ihe  governmenl and is bound by Ihe  statutes and law of our country.  The Supreme Court has recognized the rights of natives in the  Sparrow Decision.  We are all working under  one set of rules lo protect one  species, salmon; not 'aboriginal  salmon.' Though once our  exclusive domain, we shared the  salmon as more and more non-  natives moved into the area;  lei's all share in their survival  now.  Surely Gordon Wilson does  not believe there are racists on  the Coast. Not in Gibsons, not  in Pender Harbour and surely  not in Halfmoon Bay? We must  continue to share: in dialogue,  negotiation, and through open  and honest communication, not  by confrontation. Is it not Ihe  civilized and democratic way?  CALVIN CRAIGAN  Sechelt  Protect  Tetrahedron  As residents of the Sunshine  Coast we would like to appeal  to our fellow residents to support the immediate preservation  of the Tetrahedron Wilderness  Area in the Sunshine Coast  ���fiihWWplir Areal1setSA$.  '.' JWfc aftaJitrfhers of a professional  ' "engineering company with the  majority of its business with the  pulp and paper industry and any  changes to the industry directly  affect us Financially. Yet the  protection of this area is just too  important lo us not to make our  feelings known.  We recently had the joy of  hiking through the Tetrahedron.  Not only is it an incredibly  beautiful and fragile area, it is  also the primary water supply  for the residents of the Sunshine  Coast. It is important to keep the  remaining sub-alpine area  intact, especially as the forestry  practices in the immediate area  make it impossible to mix  clearcut logging with Ihe proposed natural/recreational area.  We have been informed that the  requested protected area is a  mere one fifth of one per cent of  the commercial forest of Ihe  Sunshine Coast limber supply  area.  When we were hiking out of  the Tetrahedron it was agonizing to see the clearcuts all  around us. We are sending ihis  letter as a plea from our hearts  to stop the destruction of the  Tetrahedron. Please support the.  preservation of this beautiful  wilderness area.  ANN E. BYRES  ERIC J. BYRES  Gibsons  tetters vnteome  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 New*  Sechett, B.C.  V0N3A0  Article was  inappropriate  It is with a heavy heart that I  read Ihe article about Bobby  Wilson. The article does not do  justice lo the man I grew lo love  and respect and just in case he  was confused with my grandfather I thought I would clear his  name, because he is unable to.  I probably would have spoken about a man who was kind,  generous and willy. One who  kepi lo himself yel would jump  into action when the old fire  siren started to wail, or one of  us little monkeys gol injured.  He was not a drinker like the  article portrayed, and I know he  would be angry lo read Ihis article aboul him.  It would have been more  appropriate to just let him quietly pass into Ihe next phase without mention, as he was a private, quiel man. ��� ���.  More importantly, Bob spent  32 years in the volunteer fire  department, where donations in  lieu of flowers are going  towards rescue equipment. This  sentence alone speaks more of  the man, than one embarrassing  incident many years ago.  As I held his hand on his  death bed, we spoke of a man  who would never harm a soul.  One who gave his life so others  wouldn't have to suffer, someone who always had a gentle  manner and a sunny disposition.  A tear rolled down hit cheek  and he quietly departed.  In respect  JENICA VANELI  Gibsons  Ifs time to bring special interest groups under control  The most recent report of the provincial attorney general tells us that the government department which has shown the greatest budgei increase  in the past few years is not the embattled health  ministry after all.  No, it is the education ministry which leads the  way in growth of budgei spending at a time when  the government is unable to do anything bul run up  annual deficits adding lo the overall indebtedness  of lhe province.  Eighty-five percent of the educational budget  goes to pay the salaries and benefits of those  charged with the responsibility of educating the  young. There are several obstacles to getting the  salaries we pay teachers and administrators of our  public schools under control now or in the future.  Let's take a look at a few of them.  First there is the BC Teachers' Federation, a  large and powerful bureaucracy grown militant  after two decades of warring with the Socred governments of Bill Bennett and Bill Vander Zalm.  The BCTF may be the best example of a growth  industry in the province. Thirty years ago it con-  tilted of Charlie Ovans and a couple of secretaries  in a walk-up office on West Seventh Avenue. Now  it occupies more than one city block. For years  elected presidents, with one or two honourable  exceptions, took staff jobs after their term was  served and never went near a classroom again.  musings  John burnside  At contract bargaining time, this powerful and  unified provincial force is ranged against more  than eighty individual school districts. It's no contest, particularly when the bureaucrats on the side  of the school boards tend to get increases which  reflect the gains won by teachers, providing precious little incentive for them to hold down  salaries.  The nearly 20 years of battling the Social Credit  party has in addition turned the BCTF into powerful and rich allies of the present governing party.  Premier Harcourt is already charged with subservience to the BC Federation of Labour and trade  unions generally.  .Another result of tbe Socred years is that more  and more of the education budget has been shifted  from Socred allies, the large corporations, and onto  the backs of the residential taxpayer. During its  current term, perhaps this year, the NDP is going  to find itself between the proverbial rock and a  hard place as the demands of its powerful allies run  smack up against taxpayer resistance.  There are a couple of courses of action which  might be followed. A law could be passed making  it illegal for provincial governments to run deficits.  This would be draconian indeed and many among  us would suffer terribly.  The second alternative would make good political sense for this government and possibly ensure  not only re-election, unlikely as things stand now,  but Premier Harcourt's place in history if he shows  himself to be a man of sufficient vision and  courage to seize the moment  During the American election last fall Ross  Perot scored a lot of points and gained a lot of  attention with hit demand that lhe special interest  groups who provide political funding and demand  favours in return should be brought under control.  President Bill Clinton has vowed to reform the  financing of elections and reduce the influence of  lobbyists on elected representatives.  One /American commentator said recendy that if  the special interest groups are not brought under  control, democracy itself, the primary American  heritage, is endangered. The public financing of  elections would bring us governments who owed  nothing to anyone except the people who vote,"  she said. "It must be done."  Are you listening, Premier Harcourt. Sure, you  can hear already the howls of outrage and cries of  treachery from the BC Federation of Labour, the  Teachers' Federation and the rest. But it ought to  be done and only you are likely to do it.  What's happening is the 'free enterprise' party  favours the corporations and then the allegedly left  alternative gets a turn and favours the trade unions  The taxpayer gets hosed either way.  We can't look to the Socreds to break the cycle.  Their ties io the corporate sector are historic and  clear. Gordon Wilson is currently making the  rounds of the Chief Executive Officers in the  province promising his Liberals will out-Socred  the Socreds.  Not only can it be done, Premier Harcourt, it  has been done in Canada. As we have mentioned  before, former New Brunswick premier Richard  Hatfield got so outraged at the demands of his own  bagmen that he publicly financed the election of  1976, apportioning the money on the basis of the  percentage of popular vote won in the previous  election.  It should be done here and it should be done  now if we are ever to get our governments out of  the control of powerful special interest groups.  Go ahead, Mikey, make a name for yourself that  will resonate.  COAST^NEWS  SuhtcHption tore, hr  th.ComtNmnorm.rVee.emlm:  1 yaw $35 ��� $2.45 CST - $37.45  6 months-$20+$1.40 GST-$21.40  1 yaw ��� $40 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast Nam b published on  the Sunshine Coast, aC. *v*ty Mora-toy by  Clatsfotd hmt Ui.  aheomOlrk-  Box 460, Cibsons, BC, VON IVO  (604) 886-2622, Fan (604) 816-7725  ajeCnCff CsflROe  Boa 68 Saachelt, B.C, VON 3A0  (604) 885-3930, Editorial (604) B8S-39BO,  Fax (604) 885-3954  Puotkher.  Pal Tripp  HwnMSnlaHna ��� tM Bsxjeai, Simon. Casatyal.Smalt,  OffloaManap... Anne i*aaraneen  O-ScSlalT  SueCfarvao.  Stuart Bumaida  Jan. Seyd, Darah Haneen  CattsyMaok.  ESsvsney 8nlpisyt  And* JufcM, Annie htocTavtsh  Your tummm*). AWAMD-W1NH1NG  The Sunshine Coast News Is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of ft by any means is  prohibited unless permission in writing b first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright.  i  ---���*���-  r .- - : .* - _ _i._j ��� - Coast News, February 15, 1993  Notes on art of intermittent napping  There was a radio program  the other Sunday lhat I agreed  with as far as I heard it. It was  aboul napping and it happened  to come along at a time when I  commonly lake a nap myself.  These limes, it has been suggested to me, come along more  often as I move along in time,  but no mailer.  Whal jolted me to some  extent awake was Ihe reporter  saying thai captains of commercial aircraft frequently lake little  naps as ihey fly us over the  North Hole, Gobi Desert or  wherever. Hey, I thought, really  - senators maybe yes, but captains of aircraft, no.  ll was true lhal I had had  some experience of this sort of  semi-dozing al the helm. For  something over 3,000 hours I  Hew as navigalor in flying boals  over lhe Atlantic.  Wc wenl often more than 20  hours at a time. There were  three bunks aboard and a crew  of seven, assuring everyone a  regular snooze by simply organizing watches, almost everyone.  There were Iwo pilots, Iwo  engineers and two wireless operators but only one navigator.  This was because at lhal time  before satellites and the inertial  system and good long range  radar, navigation contained a  larger factor of by guess and by  god than it does today; and they  felt that continuity throughout a  trip might besl be kepi within  one head.  This was supposing, presumably, lhat the head would stay  awake while all about him..sure  they did, but it stays in my  memory lhat the navigators of  that time and calling (or ordering) developed a particular  knack for catching little zizz-es  out of almosl any sequence of  events and managed it without  notice, lhat is to say without  alarming Ihe crew.  Because, of course, il must be  someway alarming lo be looking  over there and finding your navigator zizzing away wilh his  nose on his chart. This musl, I  expect, have been strictly a no-  no with navigators, as pulling a  crimp in Ihe essential credibility,  almosl from the start. There was  a tradition, a legend even, thai  grew up lhat no mailer whal the  rest were doing, navigators  stayed awake.  Consider Palinurus, for  example, Aeneas' navigator on  his trip from Troy lo found  Rome. You will remember perhaps how the terrible goddess  Juno raised a mighty storm at  night in order to drive him on  Ihe rocks and punish him for jilting her favourite Dido.  They were all asleep and  slept right through il; and there  would likely have been no  Rome if it hadn't been for Palinurus. Palinurus stayed awake,  stuck to his rudder, and kept  them off the headland. In punishment for Ihis flaunting of Ihe  in a nutshell  gods he was swept away (still  clutching his helm like any good  navigator), washed ashore and  ealen up by savages.  Or imagine if you can, Eric  the Red and his navigator to Iceland Floki the Finn. Eric had a  storied, notorious, terrible temper. How would it have been, do  you think, if Eric had started  coming on his Floki flaked on  the bearskins instead of consulting his cage of sacred ravens?  I have instructed in navigation and at length, and at what  was then regarded as the best  school (600 students from all Ihe  NATO countries).  We taught a number of surrounding courses, leadership,  management, etc., but as far as I  remember there was nothing on  this old question of maintaining  credibility with a crew, keeping  a best course speed and height,  and still catching a few needed  winks.  That this can become a quite  serious matter has been illustrated, I think, several limes in our  recent flying years. The one that  springs to mind was the case of  the Korean Airliner which took  stuart nutter  off from Paris at night to fly lo  Fairbanks, Alaska, then on to  Korea.  Its course took them on a big  loop north and indeed over  Melville Island, site of the magnetic pole. Here the aircraft, in  the middle of the night, made a  180 degree turn and hours later,  nobody saying anything, ended  up over Murmansk, Russia.  It was navigating with a system (invented and made in  Canada) called INS, a fancy  gyroscope just monitored by the  magnetic force. The gyro motors  had been allowed lo become too  weak, but there was clearly no  way this could have happened  unless just about everyone had  been asleep almost from the outskirts of Paris.  The next time it happened  (also to Korea) Ihe whole kit and  keboodle were shot down into  the Sea of Japan, and this time  loo there seemed no question  that sleep, pretty deep sleep, had  been the cause.  So, dozing, napping, zizzing I  say, is a developed if not a perfected art. Anyone looking for  instructors can apply to me.  LEN WRAYS TRANSFER LTD.  HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING & STORAGE  CONFIDENTIAL  RECORD STORAGE  AND  DESTRUCTION SERVICE I  CLEAN OUT THOSE  CLUTTERED SPACES  v%Wmk~_> A"D HAVE  RECORDS     YOUR RECORDS  DESTROYED*  BUSINESS  PERSONAL  RECORDS FILES  VOLUME SHREDDING -  NO JOB TOO BIO OR TOO SMALL  LOCATED AT.J052 HIGHWAY 101, GIBSONS  886-2664  ** NOW AVAILABLE ��  latter*  Bob Wilson  misrepresented  As family of the late A.R.  (Bob) Wilson, we wish it known  lhat the article written by Dick  Kennett, and published Feb. 8  was submitted without knowledge of this family. The article  does not convey the gentle, caring, community-minded person;  our father,was   Dad had a great love for this  area, which came about when he  was 15 and paddled a canoe up  from Kitsilano Beach to  Williamsons Landing. This journey caused Dad to decide to  return and make this area our  home.  Dad was never a "truck driver in mind and body", as he was  a person of small stature, which  made the job of "swamping" on  the truck too physically taxing  on him. He and John Wilson  both worked for Richard N.  McKibbons "Gibsons Cartage",  and certainly could not afford  the luxury of drinking and driving.  Dad also managed the old  Co-op Store for some lime and  delivered groceries and we children accompanied him many  times on the butter box, which  was the extra sealing of that  day. Dad joined and spent 32  years with lhe local volunteer  fire departmenl, and enjoyed the  camaraderie of his associates.  He shared the driving on one  occasion with Bill Scott, when a  newly purchased fire truck  needed to come from Ontario to  BC.  Dad was always active,  returning to his schooling in mid  life lo enable him to acquire an  Industrial First Aid ticket, so he  could secure a job as watchman  at Port Mellon, where he spent  19 years with; Cantor., After his-  i retirement from the ���mill, he was i  hired as a security officer and  continued to work ��t the fort  Mellon site until July '92, when  he became ill. Dad touched  many persons' lives with his  gentleness and sense of humour  and is missed.  The incident of the 'coffin',  mentioned in the Dick Kennelt  article was, we feel, in poor  taste, being merely a party prank  shared by intimate friends in  their silly salad days. Our Dad  enjoyed sobriety for several  decades before his death and  was outspoken concerning the  misuse and/or abuse of alcohol.  While we assume that the article  was intended lo be a humorous  tribute to our Dad, in our eyes it  was not.  GAVEN & PATRICIA  (WILSON) IDLER  ROBERT G.WILSON  BRUCE M. WILSON  Editor's note: The Coast  News regrets the hurt caused to  the Wilson family in a time of  grief.  .% 1I 9 ...  % j***-*Sk,-*'  ���iJMB    ff V****MM��-'       \    t��M-l*  Cfftor?  r.  ayfliobi!  Grandma's  Toy Box  Sunnycrest Mall 886-3044   Gibsons  \flB-.  ^mtemm  & GARDEN SHOW  Ticket Winners  Theora Twiss  T. Corcoran  Louise Nichol  Fiona Galvani  Peter Williamson  Barb Watt  Faye McCourt  II. MacDonald  Carol Chambers  Bernice Corns  Shelly Hurren  Vi Dcwhurst  Ray Cuzens  Dorothy G.  Olya Chittich  Louise Hume  Selma Derby  Doreen Tipton  Kathy Vandenberg  Mike Mostovich  Mary McCrodan  Deborah Gurney  Iaori Weathcrby  J. 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Gibsons  The Welbtess  Catantve  S.SkiwarusWav  SSta-ItvV  Sechelt  TVslphin  rhvsia>thts!.ap\  5680 IVslphiri St  RK-29S*  render Harbour  1 ^i-hour  Phv<.L*ttvr*p\  >>��s Francis IYmnsuli  03-2210  Scouting traditions change with times  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  TO OITPERFORM. YOU NEED  A COMPETITIVE ElXiE  ATWMARK wf. .Manage  i\aTlL\LI*nNDS   ToOlTPlRFORM  AlasdairW. livine. C.F.P  a .real Paclfis. Mannpe-mrnl On . I'd  s��>)2 7 rail Kvt   V IX Ho\ 2(0  Srchrlt Bt..  VON.UO  (htm Its'. 22*2  bt Darah Hansen  ' In 1907 Lord Baden-Powell  ciealcd a program that would  allam young hoys iht chance to  learn skills that weren't included  in the school hooks or al home  It ��aa a program lhal  demanded a positive attitude  that carved oul cititens who  were pivod. loyal and honc-st to  then neighbours, their sovereign  and iheir country  It \aa��. a program destined lo  he popular fot generations to  IMC  Today. Ihe scouting and  guiding mosement is strongei  lhan ever - attracting thousands  of childien and adults into in  fold from 1 S3 countries  Pul has lhat enormous  grovaah heen lo the detriment of  Baden-Powell's ideals'1 That's  heen a quest-on lhal has sparked  sa-amc controversy recently and  il's emanating from lhe Sunshine Coasl  Ijtst week long-time scolders  Don and Gave Kmneaid of  Halfmoon Bav forced lhe issue  lo light when ihey went puhlic  wilh criticisms directed at the  district's scouting administration and announced their departure from the organirjilion and  the potential formation of then  own group  "ll was a hig decision for us,"  said Gave Kinneard in an inlet-  >ie*�� Monday. "We thought  ahout it for a long time Many  times Don has said. 'That's it  Tve had it. 1 Quit.' And we sn  down and say 'Well what hap-  (.ive and Don kinneard  pern !:, the pool hoys if we quit  The> 're getting losl in the shuffle here and it's really not fait"  "We said we'd start our own  group hecause we don'l want  the hoys left out" she explained  furthei "But we won't go hack  with scouts, definitely, that's it."  The Kinneards. who have  hoih heen involved in scouting  from childhood, said they feel  actions taken ai the administrative level have noi reflected the  needs of then rural organization  They cited a list of  grievances that tanged from  lime-consuming weekend training courses fot volunteer leaders  and mandatory formation of a  regular parenvadull committee  lo difficulty in fundraising. lack  of funds and lack of effective  communication with the district  Ail these things, they said,  amount lo whal is a shift away  from Ihe traditional aalues set  h> Lord Baden-Powell  Don summed up his feelings  when talking ahout ihe change  m uniforms lhal is taking place  this yeai from separale uniforms  foi cuhs and scout, to similai  ones "The hoys used lo look  forward lo advancing." he said,  adding lhe changing uniforms  created a highei goal foi the  hoys.  "Now you can't lell ihe difference heiween cuhs and  scouts I think ihey have a different colour shoulder sash."  added Gave, "hui il made all iht  difference 10 the kids "  "The (administralorsi have  THE ABORIGINAL FISHERIES STRATEGY  Answers to your questions  What is the .-Xbohginal Fisheries Strategy?  The Aboriginal Fisheries Strategy lAFS) is a  national program designed to implement the 1990  decision of the Sjpreme Court of Canada, guaranteeing Natives the nght to fish for tood. social and  ceremonial pirposes This right has first priority  after conservation. The AFS aims to increase  economic opportunities tor Native people, and at  the same time maintain stability ana profitability In the  commercial anc -eceationai ftshenes.  How is the AFS being carried out?  The government is committed to negotiating agreements  with Natve nanas on a range o^ issues such as habitat,  training and economic development In 1992.  mere tna- BC ag-eeme-ts involving 57 baands  orfioa: groupings, nam concluded in B.C  .Are B.C.'s salmon resources  being destroyed'5  Nc Dueto a* Bggxnsma  rePuiidrc :i":i;ra~ sAmm stocks  have inceasec camatical'v ove'  t-ie iast dtaoada |Jn tM catch of  Pacific sai-o- r = ;  no-eased 3" % between the 19B1 - B-*  cycle anc "if I ?~\r - S2 rvcie On the Fraser River, the total  sockeye est::* itfifiniiiijimi 93**i ir the same period.  What about the proDlems last year?  1992 am tne lii*st vear of a new policy With the eicperience  of 1992. fesrJtajt Jrar*- Dotn Native and non-Native fshermen  and the recommendations of the Pearse/luarkin report, we will  solve these problems  Are existing commercial fishermen being  squeezed out?  No. For tne past 1 �� years, commercial fisheries have  maintained 9*'ft of tne total salmon catch. Recraational uses  accounted fo~ 2% and the Ahortpinal share has staved  at 3%- Any additional allocation of fish to Native groups in the  future will be cameo out through the voluntary sale of  commercial licences.  Last year, three experimental pro,ects were  negotiated to test sale of fish by Natives within  existing allocation levels. In 1992. no additional  fish were allocated to the Native fishery.  How can you ensure any  reallocation to Natives is fair to the  commercial sector?  DFO is committed to the stability of the  commercial sector. Industry developed  a system for the sale of commercial  licences. It is completely voluntary and  provides market value for licences.  DFO is now implementing it.  Are B.C. fishermen paying the cost  of settling Native claims?  No The AFS is totally separate trom  the claims process It is a response to a 1990  decision by the Supreme Court of Canada.  Has the government consulted with  commercial and recreational fishermen?  The government is commrtteo to consulting  with interested parties at every step o1 the way In 1992 alone  DFO heid -M meetings with commercial arid recreational  stakeholders on the development of the Strategy and progress  of negotiations The department will continue to involve them  in implementing the AFS.  Is the Department of Fisheries and Oceans giving up  its management responsibilities?  No. DFO remains responsible for managing the fishery  resource under the Fisheries Act. In 1992.563 charges were  laid against non-Native oommerctal fishermen and B5 charges  were laid against Native fshermen. In 1993 enforcement will  be stepped up.  John C Crosbie  Mintste- of Fisheries and Oceans  ��� �������  Fisheries       Peches  and Oceans   et Oceans  Canada  losl sight ol the kids," said Don.  "They're interested in Ihe proper  rules, the regulations and telling  people whal to do."  According to the Sunshine  Coasl's scouting district commissioner. Roy Mills, nothing  could be further from the truth.  Mills, a dedicated scouter of  many years, said scouting  remains the finest organization  in ihe world where no boy or  girl can be turned away - for any  reason, including financial  He reiterated the district's  pledge lo help all groups across  the Sunshine Coast stay sel up  and maintain working organizations.  "Wc do have funds and do  try and help oul in nne way or  another." he said. "We do everything we can to see that a group  does not close and if il has. we  do everything lo see il back  open again "  Mills said it was with sorrow  lhat he heard Ihe comments of  ihe Kinneards made public, fearing a negative backlash on the  scouting organization.  As for as progressions within  scouting, he said. yes. society  has changed and altitudes have  changed and the organization  has been updated to move right  along with it...  But. he said adamantly, all  those changes have been only  superficial to the 85-year-old  organization.  Lord Baden-Powell's ideals  hav e not been lost, he said, "The  scout law has never changed."  setting it straight  In the Feb. 8 issue of the  Coast News, a story on the  tetrahedron LRUP inaccurate-  Ij reported the goal of Ihe  provincial Protected Areas  Straicgv as 18 per cent wilderness protection. In fact, Ihe  provincial goal is lo have 12  per cent of land designated as  wilderness area.  Sechelt council  In ihe Feb 8 issue of the  Coast \ew s. a story under the  heading Cowrie revitalisation  project requires cash infusion'  staled that Cllr. Art Whistler  voted in favour of a short-term  IBSnjOOO loan by the municipality to p3\ for a budgei overrun  in the Cowrie Street revitalisation project, and lhal Cllr.  Michael Shanks voted against  nuch a move.  W hisiler. in fact, voted  against while Shanks was in  favour  Gfr.4HE.ADSr.-iRT/  RSP Seminar  Date: Wednesday,  February 17/93  Time: 7:00 p.m.  Place: Royal Bank,  Sunnycrest  Shopping Plaza  Gibsons, B.C.  ��� Contribution limits  ��� Taxation changes  ��� RSP options,  including mutual  funds  ��� Interest rates  Please reserve  your place  by calling  886-2201  Presented hr  ROYAL  DANK  Sonnvcrest Shopping FUn  Gib-aons B.C.  aMMAMM  . ^-a^-v .���-.'-��   �� *-  iaia*alaTata*a>ata��a��  ^_t_^_^m_mmmmm_m_  ___t______________m_m__________________________M community  george In glbsons  by George Cooper  Heritage Week begins today  on the Sunshine Coasl and  throughout the province. Our  regional museum, the Elphinstone Pioneer Museum and the  Gibsons Landing Heritage  Society will have displays in  the Sunnycrest Mall this Saturday, Feb. 20 from noon lo 4  pm. The museum is open weekdays, telephone 886-8232.  Oney De Camp:  1901-1993  Oney grew up in whal was  once called Wesl Howe Sound  in the fine home her logger  father, Hugh Burns had built in  1907 on acreage - part of which  is now the Salvation Army  camp.  She worked for a lime for  the telephone company in Vancouver, then decided to go to  San Francisco where she knew  Canadians readily found  employment. There she met her  husband Paul. When her three  daughters were still small children, she became a widow in  the trying times of the Great  Depression.  There were long years of  employment and homemaking,  challenging years that she met  with great fortitude and equanimity.  When she retired she determined to come lo Gibsons lo  live, a place wilh fond memories for her. Two of her sisters,  Marie Scolt and the lale Sally  Thompson, were living here  then and some years later on  another sister, Aina Burns,  came to live in Gibsons also.  Of her two brothers living here  at that time, Robert was for  many years Ihe clerk of Gibsons Village. His office, the  small building at Armour's  Beach that the rugby club now  uses.  A few years ago Oney went  to live wilh her daughter Dilys,  in Arizona, but she did make a  visit to Gibsons once again to  see friends and the familiar  sights of the town and Ihe  Sound,  Oney was a tireless worker  in Ihe hospital auxiliary and for  some years head of ils Thrift  Shop in Sechelt. She loved her  garden and took pleasure in  giving flowers and vegetables  lo Ihose who had no gardens.  All who knew her found her a  hospitable host and an understanding friend. Always a  staunch Democrat, she did relish the election of Bill Clinton  last November.  Gibsons Library  New books at the Gibsons  and District Public Library arc  as follows:  Fiction - Terminal by Robin  Cook; A Walk Among the  Tombstones by Lawrence  Block; Boneyards by Robert  Campbell; Dolores Claiborne  by Stephen King; Sloryville by  Lois Battle; and Angels &  Insects by A.S. Byatl.  Non-Fiction - Push Comes  to Shove: the Autobiography of  Twyla Tharp; Making Ihe  Estrogen Decision; Easy Garden Design; "Nabob", the Firsl  Canadian-Manned Aircraft Carrier; Sick and Tired of Feeling  Sick and Tired: Living With  Invisible Chronic Illness; The  Art and Craft of Papermaking;  and Taking Action: Working  Together for Positive Change in  Your Community.  The library also has available books for adults and children in Ihe following languages: Chinese, Dutch, German, Japanese, Norwegian,  Spanish, Vietnamese and  Welsh. Conlact the Gibsons  Library at 886-2130 if you are  interested in borrowing books  in languages other than English.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares at home with us  Pel / Animal Carr  Mail Clearina, and Forwarding  Indoor Hail and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Cheek or live-in Service  (M.I SIMON 885-2228  Cub* Hum - Waltk  lihmulmd  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  ���nnehMCn.it To Coilt   A sunny perch at Holland Park allows for Ihe enjoyment of the  warm, spring-like days of February. Joel Johnstone photo  roberts creek  by Beverley Shipley  ICG Propane lias received an  extension to ils permit to use the  propane lanks al the mouth of  Roberts Creek for another year.  Meanwhile, a recent inspection  lasl fall by an outside consultant  recommended one tank should  be put oul of service or replaced  and the olher one given piinor  rsjpairs. Slay ttrtieii.  Minor ball  TheGibsons Minor Baseball  Association hud an excellent  turnout of parents, coaches and  organizers al last week's meeting. A new execulive was elected and they have their work cul  oul for Ihem. Approximately  500 players are expected to sign  up for Ihe season and registration is Feb. 26 and 27 and  March 5 and 6 at Sunnycrest  Mall. Hopefully enrolment will  not have to be limited.  A group of Roberts Creek  parents representing about 60  players presented a petition to  the association hoping to establish community-based teams,  but Ihis season il won't be happening.  Creek OCP  At least one Coast News  reader has accused me of whining about the garrish-looking  mega houses lhat are popping  up on Ihe Coast. Maybe it's loo  lale for Gibsons wilh ils increasing amount of large vinyl-sided  houses taking up entire postage-  stiunp-size lots, bul residents of  Roberls Creek DO still have a  say in how their communily is  going lo develop. It's called the  Official Community Plan and  Ihis plan is in the works right  now, being carefully debated  and pounded out by a group of  dedicated working committee  members who are all Roberls  Creek residents. Keeping Ihis  area rural, Irecd and preventing  Surrey-minded developers from  arriving to denude and desecrate  Ihe landscape is a concern  shared by the majority of Creek  residents.  The next meeting of the  Roberts Creek Official Community Plan working committee  will be Wednesday, Feb. 17 at  7:30 pm in the libruatf- al  Roberts Creek elementary,^ ��� >  RCCA meeting  The nexl RCCA meeting is  Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 7:30 pm.  Guest speakers will be a representative from the community  kitchen who will speak aboul  co-op cooking, and Chris Caldwell who will speak on community preparedness for emergency disasters.  The execulive of the RCCA  would like to encourage more  Roberts Creek residents to  attend the meetings. Your input  is needed and you do not have  to be a member to participate.  Bul if you do wish to lake out a  membership in the association  so lhal you can vole on issues,  the fee is only $5 per person per  year.  Creek T-shirts  Students of Barry Krangle's  class are currently designing a  picture map of Roberts Creek as  an art, community studies and  fundraising projecl. The caricature map will be highlighted on  a T-shirt lhal will feature  Roberls Creek landmarks, families, homes and cottage industries. For $50 you can appear on  Ihe 'Nation of Roberls Creek'  map/T-shirt . For further information call 885-9229. Deadline  for space is March I.  Work party  There will be a major wo*  parlyfor Ihe hall lie cotter*  work) the weekend of MarCy*-  lo 15. Call Jeanetle Moe\fot  information at 885-5512.  Annual Framing  & Print Sale  25% Off  on all framing  25-50% Off  on selected prints  ��� Robert Bateman ��� Ron Parker  ��� Suellen Ross ��� Terry Isaacs  &more  *��*-*���  &   Galleries  5695 Cowrie St., Sechelt ��� 885-7606  Winter 1 lours: Tues-Sat, 10 am- 5:30 pm. a Cliied Sundays & Mondays  Coast  Christmas  seals raise  $15,000  .Sunshine Coast residents  raised $14,967 for the 1992  Chrislmas Seal Campaign that  closed al Ihe end of January,  according lo Clara Nygren, the  BC lung Association's volunteer (I i rector for the area.  "Donalions from Ihe Sunshine' Coast were part of $1.44  million raised across BC during  the 16 week campaign. We are  very grateful to all Sunshine  Coasl area residents who supported Christmas Seals in  1992," said Nygren.  "Although we didn't reach  our goal of $1.5 million, Ihe  l.uiij.1 Association recognizes  that these are difficult economic  times, and we thank those supporters who could help our work  for lung health."  Money raised by Christmas  Seals funds advanced medical  research in BC as well as health  education and community pro-,  grams throughout the province.  Coast News, February 15, V93  the  R���AL ���STRT��� C0RP6R  >bQai  JSONSREACn  Ml HOLIDAYS  byHeb (/taig  REP: G��SON?REALTY  /���I.40I5  Exchanging homes. Not a bad Idea PI *'*ln an apartment |n lown arKj  I can't take three or four weeks off totoKfays N�� problem.  These exchange programs work wi*B0Pl" who ���nl ���> "eH- You should  check your Insurance policy to eat/9h fop*" coverage but you'd quality  lor the exchangers Remember, V* a,e P"**18 oul ,h8" wn�� do"'1 <"���*���  if they are going lo a house oi'Par*,lml lr�� m" geographic location  which Is important to them.      /  And. you don't have to go to/,��f>�� Tn8,�� a,e domestic exchanges tot  short periods ol lime as weH��"melin,e9 lor on|y a weekend. There are  people out there who |usl III'0 8*1 away ,OT a weekend loo. On these  Bhort exchanges the metnt* verV otlBn leave suggestions on how lo  have the most lun in the sl^e" amount of time. Add lo this, the fact that  you'll probably be spendi* approximately what you'd spend at home tor  meals, nothing lor acco*Kxla,i<in ' and you have a real bargain. Next  weak ��� how It works...  ���ATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  GIBSONS REALTY LTD. 886-2277  THANK YOU  titour valued readers,  Busineses appreciate it when you  tell thm you read their ad in the  COAST NEWS  M)t Corpf***!-"- of tbe  jpiSiict of ��trl)clt  P.O. Box 129,5545 inWWiue, Sechel, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) B85-1966 Fax:(604)885-7591  MUMCIPAL MEMO  Official Commun-y Plan Meetings  Following is a schedule of iiividual neighbourhood meetings sponsored by the District  of Sechelt to review all aarCts of our Official Community Plan. Although these meetings  are open to all members fhe general public, they will be of particular interest to owners  and residents in the spec0 neighbourhoods, all of whom are urged to attend.  ��� Village Core  For the purposes of donating areas, the "Village Core" is described as:  That area ol Sechelt funded on,the South by Georgia Strait; on the North by Anchor  rtoad and Porpotaapyion *ne West by Barnacle; on the East by Indian Government  lands.  If you live or own p-Perty in the area described above you are urged to attend your  neighborhood me'n9-  Thursday, FeH��**Tr 18th  7:00 p.m.  Senior Citiz/�� Hew Hall  Trail Ave.  ��� West prpoise Bay/Arena  For the pur>ses ��' designating areas, "West Porpoise Bay/Arena" is described as:  That area1 Sechelt bounded on the South by Anchor Road and the B.C. Hydro Right of  Way; on *-North an(- *-*���*������ by Sechelt Inlet and Porpoise Bay; on the West by  Emmers' Ro****-  If you Ii'or own property in the area described above you are urged to attend your  neighKrrood meeting  ' Sati4��y. February 20th  9.31a.m.  S.x��r Citizen's New Hall  Tr��l Ave.  fWest Sechelt  _t the purposes of designating areas, "West Sechelf is described as:  /hat area of Sechelt bounded on the South by Georgia Strait; on the North by Municipal  Boundaries; on the East by Barnacle; on the West by Municipal Boundaries.  If you live or own property in the area described above you are urged to attend your  neighborhood meeting.  Saturday, February 20th  1:30 p.m.  Senior Citizen's New Hall  Trail Ave.  ��� Selma Park/Davis Bay/Wilson Creek  For the purposes of designating areas, "Selma Park/Davis Bay/Wilson Creek" is  described as:  All that area of Sechelt lying East of Sechelt Indian Government Lands; bounded on the  South by Georgia Strait..  If you live or own property in the area described above you are urged to attend your  neighborhood meeting.  Saturday, February 27th  1:00 p.m.  Senior Citizen's New Hall  Trail Ave.  For further information on these meetings call 885-1986.  Public Skate Cancelled  Please be advised that due to a Hockey Tournament the February 27th Public Skate at  the Sechelt Arena is cancelled. The Municipality regrets and inconvenience caused.  Regular Council Meetings  Regular District of Sechelt Council Meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of  each month at 7:30 p.m. In the SCRD Boardroom.  Mayor's Hotline:  885-5360  T��  /  maam^mmmmm community  atf    darts bey news  Wash ft Vac   *wtdown      ��� tires & mats  Wuum  $14.99      'Spongewash   'chamois dry   leodorize  YOU Get:       ��� Wheel wells     ��� ext. windows   I ���__ >n,i|t.  Hwy 101 Gibsons Beside B&K Landsca,nq  OPEN HOUSi  featuring  Lantcim Fashions  All n���W fashions, fabrics  and bisger sizes!  CHECK US OUT!  2 racks loaded with previous line  samples at major savings.  Preview All New Cruisewear and Spring/Summer Line  samples at major savings  n:Febiuary��0,1993  Timt: 10 a.m. -4 p.m.  Where: 6552 Bjorn Place (off Mason Road)  Come on over - Bring A Friend ��� No Obligation  Lynda Begg - Fashion Consultant  We make Fashion Fun!  THERE'S A COLD HEARTED  THIEF IN YOUR HOME.  It's lurking outside the back door. Or in the shadows of  Ihe 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 lake the problem oft vour hands. We'll pick up  your old operating fridge (TOcu. ft. io24cu. ft. size)  free of charge, dispose of il in an environmentally safe  manner and send you a cool S.TO.  To register in Ihe Program, call Ihe Refrigerator Buy-Back  Hoi Line toll-free I-K00-66J-CASH 12274). In the  Lower Mainland, call 683-CASH (2274).  PI  B3BB  OdMf  )       4.Ht  <  BC hydro  J C.Hydro reserves lhe right io change or cancel ihe rebaie offer a  any lime wiihnui prior nonce.  lii.  by Joyce Ostry  There is an open house daily al the new Seniors  Centre along wilh a host and hostess to give the  grand lour. Willi the lour, one can buy lunch of  soup and a sandwich and spend some lime doing  the social 'thing'. You can do this every day.  Lunch is $4 and at your leisure  On Peb, 18 there is the usual Thursday morning  crafts, followed by luncheon on lhe spot, and then  the general monthly meeting al 1:30 pm.  Sunday, March 7 we'll see lhe rebirth of what  former president George Bush called the kinder,  gentler lime when Ihe Seniors Centre will swing  and sway with Ihe advent of a tea dance. The  thought of it makes me smile and feel peaceful.  The third Thursday, March 17 will be a general  meeiing day. This one will end wiih dining and  dancing. The theme is St. Patrick's Day.  Wilh all Ihis good cheer goes a warning. When  community services  you're oul working in the garden keep your doors  locked. ! ��� ���:. .ioesn't seem to be any cooling off  of lhe current crime spree. "They" whoever coins  new phrases, are now calling Ihis "home invasion." When one is invaded can't you protect yourself from the invaders by aiming a ball bat al  knees? Of course we all know that you can't do  lhal because it's assault. I'll be surprised if Ihe  hockey player who spits beer in people's faces will  be convicted of assault. It will probably be called  hijinks and maybe a small fine will be levied. He  is a very common ral who thinks he's a big cheese.  He's full of holes, like a Swiss cheese, with one  hole labelled moral character - he lost that when he  received his firsl big cheque. These are lhe kind of  heroes whom our grandchildren look up lo.  Enough of these complaints from the soap box.  Iwo more dales to plan for are the Paster bazaar  on April 3 and Ihe plant sale on April 11.  ' Dianne Evans  (This is a new column about  ^Sunshine Coast Community  i Society and the numcr-  ouWograms which operate  \its umbrella,  ring a door-to-doin  funoying campaign a couple  "' y'VagO we discovered lhal  many��0p|c |<new us through  one ory,,, 0f our programs,  "���ey "\ gone to parent-lot  drop-in Vh their toddlers, or  they had L)en me minjhns. bill  they didnyca|ize how broad  our scope iVd how much support and heljl available here in  our own comVnj(y,  ConimiiniX.Services is a  non-profit soc\v ;ind ��� regjs.  tercd charilahl  irganizatmn  established in l<A |( jsa major  provider of supt\ ilIuj coun.  selling for families and children  on the Sunshine Coast, It also  operates Sunshine Coasl Transit  and lhe Volunteer and Information Centre. Most of ils funding  is through grants from the  provincial governmenl, bul an  important part of the financial  support comes from local government, local businesses, service clubs and citizens.  The board of directors is  composed of local citizens who  volunteer Iheir lime and expertise lo oversee the operation of  Ihe society. They arc Holly  Lehmann, president; Andrew  Steele, Sylvia Blackwell, Holly  Krangle, Hula Hess, Sieve  Hodgson, Prancis Konopasek  and Prank Brown.  The board works with 60  professional staff and 80 volun  teers to run more than 20 programs.  Homebase is al .10.18 Inlet  Avenue in Sechelt where you  will find Projecl Parent, Special  Services lo Children, Women's  Counselling Service, Volunteer  and Information Centre, Sechell  pood Bank and Sunshine Coast  Transit.  Community Services is in the  midst of a fundraising projecl lo  purchase the Inlet Avenue  building, to secure homebase  for ihe community's use.  Pitch week we will bring you  news aboul upcoming events,  workshops, new services and  special projects. We welcome  your ideas. Our office is open  from ') ant lo 4 pin Monday to  priday and our telephone is 885-  5881.  GOES ON SALE  Hunter Dougloi Aphorized  Manufac l .rer's Sc  Save 40'  on blinds  until Fob. 18!  Watch for our mc/ia-iiollai  iu-stock carpet & lino sale  For quality  workmanship  "done right the first time  SHOWROOM 851 HWY. 101 GIBSONS PH/F.4X 886-3191  by t.rete Avdeeff, HH5-57M  Congratulations to Ms. Griffith's grade I class. P.lisha  Strackcr's pictute was one of 60  selected at random from more  than 10,000 submitted lo (he  Vancouver Sun's annual 'What  Chrislmas Means to mc' projecl. All the students drew a  picture showing whal was special lo them about Chrislmas.  Ihere were Santas, Christmas  trees, presents, baby Jesus and  lots of stars.  The class received a copy of  Let's Celebrate! Canada's Special Days by Carline Parry, lo  be used as a reference book. 1  can't wait until my son comes  home wilh some of the wonderful ideas I saw shown in Ihis  book.  Mr. Moslovich's grade 5/6  class was off to the Outdoor  School in Squamish last  Wednesday, Thursday and Priday. This was an opportunity  for Ihem lo experience co-operative learning in an outdoor  environment. Along with outdoor survival skills, they also  enjoyed a bil of farm life. It was  quite an experience for Ihem;  something I am sure none will  forget for a long time.  When I go for my daily  walk, I always marvel al Ihe  beauty of Davis Bay. There  seems to be a very special feeling to ihis area. Residential,  commercial, industrial and  farming interests seem to coexist so well wilh one another.  As you look over people's  yards, you can tell there is a real  pride in keeping Iheir homes  and yards well kept. There is  always a special or unusual  flower bed, well pruned shrubbery; sometimes it is a well  planned children's play area or  a sanctuary for birds.  Davis Bay elementary is in  real need of some of Ihis TLC.  The students, teachers and a  few dedicated parents have tried  lo gel the flower beds cleaned  up, but Ihe job seems lo have  gotten loo big for Ihe loo few.  If each of us went up lo lhe  School for an hour or two and  pulled weeds, wc could gel il as  beautiful as the surrounding  neighbourhood, Many of us arc  also dividing perennials and  starling annuals - these would  really he appreciated. Either  plant Ihem in the area you have  weeded (mark Ihem), or leave  Ihem for the sludenis to plant.  If wc, as a communily, take  pride in our school, so will Ihe  sludenis who allend. The same  pride in our communily should  also he extended lo the mailboxes. A few neighbours have  mentioned the amount of  garbage lhat scents lo be collecting around the mailboxes,  es|K'cially the Iwo siles near the  store which has a large garbage  barrel. Please deposit your  refuse there, or lake il home.  Wishes for a very speedy  recovery go oul lo (Henna  Salahub.  Project LOVE, sponsored by  CODE, is a way for Canadian  childien lo support literacy in  developing countries, where  there is a greal lack of learning  materials available lo school  children.  In recognition of Valentine's  Day each student made up a gift  kit, containing a notebook,  ruler, pencil and eraser in a zip-  lock bag lo send lo a child in  Ghana, West Africa, lhe children could also include a letter  in hopes of starling a regular  correspondence.  To help raise lhe $ I .SO needed for each kit, Ihe children  were encouraged to do exlra  chores al home. This is truly  love in action.    ���    ".   |  Investors  Group  nonr r*on our uimtiLNt i  WECANHEIP  We're Investors' professorial financial  pUnram It's our |ob to help you create  and follow a pmonal faav a lail plan  We can hetp avtth  ��� Investment Funds  ��� Guaranteed InvestTnent Certificates  ��� Registered Retirement Sasvlngs Plans  ��� Reajslered Retaiemenl Income Funds  ��� Estate Planning  ��� Life and Dtsabatly Insurance  ��� Annuities  DEBORAH MEAUA  J.H. (JIM) BUI  8854011 community  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  Spring has definitely sprung and pollens  are in Ihe air. It's allergy season again. I love  to go for long walks but it's not nearly so  enjoyable when bolh my eyes and nose are  streaming as I stumble along, fumbling for  yel another tissue. It's a lime when I wish I  owned shares in Kleenex and in antihistamine pharmaceutical companies.  But once Ihe tissues are handy and the  antihistamines swallowed, 1 and all my fellow-sufferers can kick the winter blues and  gel excited about spring along with Ihe rest  of lhe Sunshine Coast.  Volunteers will be giving out a cookbook  sampler of healthy recipes lhal are lasty and  economical as they canvas for funds, lhe  funds collected will be directed toward medical research and health awareness programs.  Volunteer canvassers are still needed. Walk  ing is good for you so call Marilyn al 885-  2229 or Fay at 885-1575.  OCP meetings  There are two upcoming Official Community Plan meetings. On Thursday, Peb. 18  at 7 pm, residents and owners in Ihe village  core are invited to attend Ihe meeting involving their area. On Saturday, Feb. 20 at 9:30  am, owners and residents in Ihe West Porpoise Bay/Arena area are invited to attend  the meeiing that will affect Iheir area. Both  meetings lake place at the new Senior Citizens hall on Trail Avenue. For information  call 885-1986.  Raven's Cry  Raven's Cry Theatre will be open Sunday, Peb. 21 al 2:30 pm lo host Ihe arls council's Countryside Concert Series. This concert features music from the French Baroque  period wilh Coucous Benevoles "Passion  and Pastorale." There are single tickets available. Call 886-2324, 885-4402 or the theatre  Ihe day of the concert.  It's brown bag lunch time at II am Feb.  22 for St. Mary's Hospital auxiliary members.  Members are invited lo bring Iheir own  mug and gather at the Sechelt Indian Band  hall to hear guesl speakers, Dr. Paul Martiquet and registered nurse, Lorraine Pearl  speak. This will be followed by a fashion  show presented by the boutique on Cowrie  Street.  Snowdrops and crocuses are in bloom.  All over Ihe village and Ihe Sechelt area,  people are stirring after Ihe long winter  freeze. Gardens are being prodded and  poked, last year's leaves raked and boat tarps  lifted. Happy spring everyone.  Coast News, February Ii, 1993  We're more than just tires.  AUGNMEM& COMPLETE  SUSPENSION CHECK & LUBE  2 WHEEL   $42.95  4 WHEEL   $54,95  Coastal Tires  Open for Lunch  Join us forfresh  wholesont  sandwiches,  homemade muffins,  hearty ?oups,  cappuccino.  West Sechelt Elementary's division seven primary class sludy their community in miniature to understand how cities and towns work.  Joel Johnstone photo  halfmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  For those of you who may be  interested in renting a hall for a  social, meeting, wedding or a  dance, Ihere are Iwo such facilities in Halfmoon Bay. Bolh are  equipped with kitchen facilities  and bolh are very nice halls. I  receive many phone calls asking  how to gel in touch with the  people who take care of the  rentals, so thought this information should be passed on.  For the Welcome Beach Hall  Ihe numbers to call are 885-  3305 or 885-9032. These are  people who can pass on Ihe  information.  For Coopers Green Hall Ihe  number is 885-2261, which is  ihe Sunshine Coast Regional  Districl office.  Basketball Kids  ��� The Halfmoon Bay elementary school basketball teams  have been doing very well in  recent games. A couple of  weeks ago the boys' team beat  the Pender Harbour team, then  this past week they also won out  over Madeira Park school. The  Halfmoon Bay girls team also  defeated Madeira Park, so the  players are feeling pretty good  aboul their victories.  Considering that Ihe Halfmoon Bay group has such a  small gym in which to practice,  they work very hard to gel il  together.  Country Fair  Although it is still only the  monlh of February, work and  plans are already being thought  of for this year's fair.  The Country Fair of Halfmoon Bay has been growing  each year and with this growth  comes a great need for storage  of chairs, stage, props, elc. If  you have a clean, dry, secure  storage area or building lhat can  be donated on a long-term basis  call Ihe Johnsons at 885-5740.  Haggis Night  The famous - or infamous  haggis has been well consumed  on the Sunshine Coast Ihis past  week or two. Last Saturday it  was Ihe main item on the menu  at the Backeddy Pub in Egmonl.  The Sechell Legion Pipes and  Drums were in great form and  were enjoyed by all the merrymakers, as was the dulcimer  music by Tom Richardson.  A group of us stayed  overnight in Egmonl as guests in  the original Griffith home on the  water's edge, a beautiful spot  which holds happy memories  for family members who still  enjoy visits lo the old homestead. It will also hold happy  memories for those of us who  enjoyed the hospitality Ihere.  Farewell to Irene  ll will come as a shock lo the  many friends of Irene Duff lo  learn lhal she passed away at St.  Mary's Hospital lasl week.  Although she was heading  towards her 84th birthday, Irene  always seemed lo be so young al  heart and so active lhal one forgot she was growing old.  Hugh and Irene Duff look up  , residence on Redrooffs in Ihe  lale '60s and in no lime Ihey  were deeply involved in community affairs.  They were active hard workers for Ihe Welcome Beach  Communily Association and  with Ihe senior citizens.  Some lime after the death of  Hugh, who was better known as  Duffy, Irene moved lo  Greenecourt in Sechell, This  lady did not sit back and feel  sorry for herself. She immeii-  alcly got involved in acliviies  ihere and for several yearsran  the Utile store in Shornclffe  which provided mainly csldies  and goodies for the patient.  It was also Irene wh' organized many functus at  Greenecourt hall lo raji funds  for Shorncliffe and vho gave  many volunteer hourswilh the  hospital auxiliary diing hair-  dressing for the palieats.  They were alwa*> happy to  see her with her feily spirit and  sense of humour. I  She is survive) by Iwo sons  Gerry and DonBerthelel and  their familiesas well as 11  grandchildrei and 11 greatgrandchildren  NATUREWORKS  Nutrition Centre Inc.  Wilson Creek (IGA) Plata 4330 Hwy 101  Phone 885-0773  VARIETY SHJ,fh FOODS  dowel Pt   Rd.   Gibsons i.iikIimi!  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  SPRING FEVER  IS HERE!  Time to Get Growing  New shipment  of Rodos &  Azaleas  have arrived  Species &  Hybrid  Type  r\t)\o6e4  Buy Bare Root  until March 1 I  &SAVE      I  I  Great selection  of Primulas,  Cut Flowers &  House Plants  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  ,   Pratt Rd.. Gibsons 886-7527   I  Mon. - Sat. 9 - 5:30    Sun. 10 - 4  Joanne Dickeson of Sunshine Coast Wildlife Rehabilitation  Centre and Clint and Irene Davy (not shown) of the (iibsons  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, both received $140 from Gibsons  Park Plaza co-ordinator Beverly Tanchak - proceeds from mall  merchant's tree-chipping program this January.  Darah Hansen photo  VHOLIDAYS,  (Relish the timeless Im/ty of  Mediterranean Romance  12 Days: $2540- $2740 U.S.D.'  Totally Inclusive  June and September dates available  "based on per person double occupant*/  5517 Wharf St., Sechelt 885-8964 or toll free 1 -979 85*4  SAVE RIVERVIEW LAND FOR THE  MENTALLY ILL & SPARE OUR UNQUE  & IRREPLACEABLE TREES  Developers have many places to go.  Mental Patients have few.  a��ima��  Mental Patients need Riverview.  | All of us need the unique trees on its land.  I  I  I  I  I  I  Let your government know your priorities !  NAME:   ADDRESS:  �����<=  clip &  mail to:  B.C. Schizophrenia Society  #204-6011 Westminster Highway  Richmond, B.C. VC4V4  Tel: 270-7841   Fax:270-9861  advertising deadline  February 28  CWu)f4t*vC' (yOctAtr The magazine for explorers  QtW TXTiryiXTaf^O       of the Sunshine Coast  _JV / *D1 ^ l-J I 1 ^ CM ��� 1993 edition ���  Contact Rich Rawling at 886-2622 to reserve space  MM  wmm  mmm  ftH  ������ 10 Co.ist NfVs,  February 1.5,  19*)J  j��t  HOURS  Sunday 10 6  Mon    Thurs 9 7  Friday 9 9  Saturday 9-6  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt 88:2025  Meat 885 9812 Bakery 8859823  _^tmmmm_^ttWL\\\mm_\m_mmm_^f~\\mt\\^WmWm\_^f_mm  (*\um��Y\\\  HERITAGE MARKET  Vour fir/t cho e in food/  EStT:|B  These are just a few of the  more than .150 specials  you II find in store for you.  Prices effective  Monday, February 15 to  Sunday, February 21  Bakery  a&jfe***-*-* 2.11  nam Danish qjk  O^rtttCoonis 2.69  fiW"*!!!" 2.15  Coconut Caki  j^fE���� 2.73  IN ROUS *lJgQ  ��ak���hhn     onOA  .B^tfMUMt  "    '���          "    '"   "  *V^*�����*���**����������  �����&      '   Vt  '" it_��, -i  ���W*��a��tb'W'S.MMjg:  .r.a.'.. ���.���-  ��� ������al.lv   -ll ".'�� f ]rtl  Meat  /��la^BJf*aaL*'aLfLaBkaaaaj   ^k^^aj^aja,   A   k\^_^_^_\ m   ^^MIa****A��aa'M  SK!E*!���� 1.69.  l&.elp 1.09.  Boast 2^9.  ��H2�� 299.  Siiy���*"" 1.69a  llfeHL 2.99.  SaP"-**-�����"��-�� 12.99  Deli  ESfJOMfTHAM    1-19  Kty'Uff       1.19  \MBt_l_mmmmm\m   MUflAAP **���***���*  _        . ImRP  6O0 off  ^L\ Any Seafood Item  f (��� icv-' Limit one per customer  February 15-21, 1993.  - -**���"'-**-1 -���������'"������-'-*������������-��� -���- - -���-- ��� ���--��-*- -i - -^ -*',5 l,I .t -a. _z-_-i -i_��._._:_j m-' *_.-_��--��--2 _~_. Coast News, February 15,  1993  11  community  harbour watch  by Jacalyn Vincent  The Chamber of Commerce  will be updating the water  board sign, the sign at the community hall and the Garden Bay  sign very soon, If you would  like to advertise your business  on one of these boards, contact  Linda at 883-2810 after 3:30  pm. Spots will be $50 each.  Community Kitchen  If there is a need in Pender  Harbour this terrific idea will  materialize with the help of the  Sechell Communily Services  and a few dedicated volunteers  lo open a community kilchen.  I'or further information conlacl Sue al 883-2S40 between  10 am and 6 pm.  Music .Society Presents  The Pender Harbour Music  Society presents the classical  duo Ccclllltna, consisting of  Alexandra Prohran on the oboe  and Jane Hayes on piano Feb.  21 at 2 pm in the school of  music. Tickets may he purchased for $8 (members) and  $10 (non-members), The great  bargain for children is slill free  for 12 years and younger. The  tickets arc available al the door  or Sunny's Hair Itouliquc.  Community Forum  Here's a chance lo voice  your opinions at Ihis local communily forum held on Feb, 21  at 2 pm in lhe Pender Harbour  community hall. Jane Reid, our  local regional director, Area A  Planning Commission and Ihe  SCRD planners will all be there  lo discuss tlte lakes study, our  dump, policing in our area elc.  As The Tide Changes  Hockey buffs - Even if you  could afford the average  $')2,000 per year for an unfurnished skybox in Ihe new proposed Vancouver Canucks  arena, you'll have to wait until  Ihe year 2000. They're already  sold out.  There is slill room available  for Ihe VHF course. If anyone  is interested don't hesitate lo  call Either Jock Herman al 883-  .*)52S or Harold Clay al 883-  2200.      ��  ���"���  Unlil iftdNfMlc. tie good Id* ^ttsfiMg the pedals In the-efifty mornins����|lPe Mf to school  yourself. The Trail Islands provide a pleasant baAdrop.      Joel Johnstone  * '     ' ���fatMMfMfl '  Mountie calls unwillingness to ' '  testify a fray in society's moral fibre  by Cst. K. Fraser  "I don't want to gel involved  - it's not my business."  "I can'l prove anything - it's  jusl my word against theirs."  Do any of these phrases  sound familiar lo you? Are  either the excuse you sell yourself to justify not calling the  police.  Have you heard yourself  utter these remarks over coffee  and then do nothing? I hope not.  Perhaps it is a sign of the  limes as it has been suggested lo  me recently, police are hearing  these phrases with increasing  regularity.  In these days when B&E's  and hit and run accidents are  increasing, a growing segment  of our community appears  resigned lo remain quiel on  information needed lo solve  these crimes.  Over Ihe past few months  many in our community have  grown critical of Ihe justice system lo adequately deal with  crime. These citizens have a  valid point to make. The justice  system, though, is only as good  as you make il. Police and prosecutors arc confined lo work  within a set standard of rules  when it comes to giving evidence in court.  'Hearsay' or common talk is  of no value. Without a witness  r*5r����a��  \&  Cst. Kevin Fraser  willing to give testimony most  investigations are dead in Ihe  water. It is an absolute abuse of  process lo charge someone  without evidence. I see this  problem as a moral and social  shortcoming not a legal issue.  It is especially saddening lo  find an employer who penalizes  employees giving evidence in  court.  Forcing Iheir employees lo  chose between a day's wages  and integrity.  B&E's arc particularly devastating, primarily In Ihe victims  bul also lo Iheir neighbours and  the community as a whole. The  failure of neighbours lo report  observations makes lhe critical  element of identifying a suspecl  almost impossible.  Hit and runs are so numerous  on the Coasl. In 11 years of  policing I've never seen a place  so prone lo Ihis crime, particu  larly parking lot hit and runs. If  you ever wondered how these  hit and runs affect a communily,  just ask anyone who buys auto  insurance.  The Sunshine Coast's territorial insurance rate is based on  Ihe costs incurred by ICBC  here. For a comparison, Vancouver is higher, Victoria is  lower, and we are par with  Nanaimo. /  In my view Ihe people win*)  deserve lhe highest praise in :uiy  community are Ihose who are  willing lo stand up for it.  I say cheers lo lhe dwindling  majority when we need Ihem the  most and shame on those who  won't siep forward to help.  Whal goes on in yout fown is  your business and you may lie  pleasantly surprised lo find just  how your word carries weigh! in  making this a belter place f"  live. t  egmont news  by l-ynn Mees  Well, I actually started turning over the soil in the garden  and did it ever feel soothing lo  Ihe heart.  Working outside in a colourful sweater and viewing a huge  bumblebee coming right up to  me, anticipating the flower-  filled days ahead. That to me  was a true sign lhal spring is  around the corner.  Dance  So is a dance I hear, so far as  I know there will be a community club dance happening  belore this month of February is  over. I'm trying lo get a concrete answer lo thai one, as soon  as I find out I will pass the word  along.  Films  Also word is that once a  month probably on a Friday  night will he movie night at the  school with National Film  Board films. There is a catalogue at the school in the  library, so have a look through  il to see if there's anything  you're interested in.  Rutt out  I'm having a hard lime concentrating these days as I've  recently quit smoking. Ihe lack  of nicotine makes you quite  insane for Ihe first few days and  it's a challenge to not let il get  the belter of you.  I'm high on the fact thai I'm  doing it, It gives you a crazy  hyper buzz. For Ihose of you  who've never smoked consider  yourself lucky lo never have  been inflicted wilh Ihis drug, for  those who have quit or still  smoke and have tried, you know  whal I'm going through.  ALUMINUM ROOFS  50 year warranty by Lower /Mainland   f  manufacturer Everlast Roof Systems.  Sold, installed & serviced by MID^y  servins the Sunshine Coast for 30 years.  Ddil locally and savt - free, no obllsatiot/eitimatesa  %*:  Inn'   i.i I-  INTEX ��� 886-3730  SUNSHINE COAST  MEN'S SOFTBALL  Annual League Meeting  to set the schedule and format for  the '93 season.  Tues. Feb. 23/93 at 7:30 in the conference  room at the Bella Beach Motel (rm. 101).  All team refps must attend!  For further info, ca'i Tom Creighton at 885 4498  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  ftaVM*  > * PAHMMM  THATHTAVMIN fW  <mm��SS>  M  ���VAHHHN*.  V  IN t-MMMIir**  n  -��������� mi '^"0^ V  0>-   ���������>  LEEWARD  CLOTHING  GROUP  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS  :.   ..lSlWl       {  Continued this week...  Ranges ��� Fridges ��� Diswashers  Washers ��� Dryers ��� Microwaves  Freezers ��� Gas Ranges  SPRING  is not far away on the  Sunshine foastl   ...company will be  coming soon!  This is the time to buy a  -A-1  *\  \,_J*k.iJE  We have a good selection of these handy sofas in stock. Come  and have a look - there will be one that will be just right for your  company. We offer low monthly payments on approved credit.       BOWES' Sechelt Wl EBB <5E>  Furniture .Land  Best Knees! Best selection! Best uunniyi t>esi actvtc.  Free Delivery You made us the leader In furniture & appliances  on the Sunshine Coast  Sunshine Coast Hwy., Sechelt 885-5756  ntm_m_e_mm_m  LMi  ,.i 12 Coast News, February 15,  1993  AUTOMOTIVE  InduslrUI      AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Cibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mem Fn 6-6 Sal 8-6 Sun 10-j/  Grammar construction   Generol Coftirockxt   RDUNDATIONS ��� FRAMIiNG  RENOVATIONS ��� ADDITIONS  FINISHING' VINYiyWQOO SIDING  12 Yea-sit, fxpatricMic*  ���MIMI IT1WART ������������0��0��  M  ��� Structural tnglrmarlng  rl Design ',%  t lngln**rlng Ltd. ' "m* n*>** ����"��  lult�� IM, Wilton Crttk Plui, Wllion Cr.ati, B.C,  T.I.: (104) IIMIII Fm: (104) MM44C J  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  i  AUTO UPHOLSTERY  ���Stat* ��� Door Pamtl* �� Hndllrmrt ���  ��� Carpal* ��� Vinyl Top* ��� Convtrtablt*'  K. Olsen 885-7072   fl R. I ILC, C-165 Sechell, B.C VON 3A0  If you wc:r��! <iclv��;rti%iiiff| ini  you'd bt! i��-.i��liii��i .iluiMt  yourself - And so vucjiiIiI  everybody else  SECHELT RADIATORS ���  Complete Cooling Syttem Service Centre  aa'saaaaa............  Wl Ropall & Rc|>l,iaa- Rash, llcalci Cnia-s. *.��� (las tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE |  New, I'scal tV Rrlnaili ��� lick up & Dcllvny  . kj__j__________f  4319 S.C. Hwy.  Across [run. Sunshine GM  885-7986  r  -M.J.J. Vinyl Siding  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  WHEELER ELECTRIC  THfi SERVICE SPECIALISTS"  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  886-3700 ��m no i7i��4 CEL. 328*6927  CENTURY ROCK  ER      885-5910  ,OQMQ��***a��5>j  J  Soffits, FASIA, Shutters  w  CUDARSIDING  I ml < locker PO ita.x 1596  "   '��" Sechell, B.C.  I    ��� ���--���-  n�� ���  \ Plums' HS-j 6065  VON  ��/*       THI  THE  IMPROVER  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  885-5029  BOX 7  LTD  IIALrMOON BAM  MO/  84j<��Ay.y>lk��aTCHAWCAltTO~  kalQtire  If we sell it... we guarantee it.'  mt Whirl to*, Sechelt ��� IM.TM7  -*H*m*m*et��mvrKttm%4*u  CONCRETE SERVICES  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial, Industrial  "Exp*rionc4> Mak��s  ��?u��!Sr,,e*"    ��!������ CAMIROM ROAD  JOE McCANN MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Reg. 10131 VON 2H0 Call 883-9002  1       t&m?  GARRrS CRANE SERVICE  8TONUFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON LIFT * HOOK HEIGHT 80  Think <* mi wtm aDOJ-MMO  rourmdimit ���aOOtWUZO  I  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  FINE TOUCH  Woodwork! & Construction  ���    Custom building, loundalions,  jBjCTir finishing, renovations & sundecks  ^Pager: 1-977-6502��Bill: 666*0380 ��� Mike: 886-3257,  I. MADILL coNTiaicnm  All types of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs   smoolh, broomed,  ��� ���:-.; i  ed aggregate finlshtpg.  ^QiwUtyConcreHWork Phco.MHOI7��^  Iff you were .nUvertisincj hen  you'd be reading .iliout  yourself - And so would  everybody else  STILES ELECTRIC  Specializing In  . ReildenHal a Renovation a New Installation a  Top quality work . Excellent references  Phona* tt3-928ea CO 230-2957      Reg 17242  j*\_1L\  POMFRET  CONSTRUCTION  Selective Land Clearing ��� Oeslgn Consulting  mB_m_w_WMM_m_WBim_m  \ RR2 S41 C5, Gibsons, B.C. VON-IVO   Phone: 886-8900 J  EXCAVATING  If you were -iirivertisinr) here,  you'd be rending about  yourself - And so would  everybody else  DIRECT  DRYWALL  SYSTEMS  Rmldtntlal ��� Commercial  BOARD box na  IAPE        SIEELSTUDS.T-BAH'CUSIOMCEILINGS    GBXOaaSBC  SPRAY _ .. . VTMIVD  Ron Hovden   M6-9691   (eel) 644-5767  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  E S T . M A T E S 886*2087 eves OUAMNmo  A �� T ENTERPRISES: Conatruollon SarvlotM  Serving Tne Coasl Since 19*5  v��Tb       ' CUSTOM HOMES  _SS3��B      , ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  T. aVONO, SOX 7��1. OliSONI, I.C. VON IVO  HEATING  SECHELT FIRE PLACE .  & GAS CENTRE I  * Gas * Wood ��� Cookstows ��� Zero Clearnncr  ��� Ml Venting Systems - Complete Snips & InstaltMio  ��� (Ui.iii' ���  ��� D- alt r ��� Certified Technicians ���  Slf< *\\H< )<>M X   ll'/\KI I Kit'SI  ..oti iifit../ n<t -s.v.w17I  Licensed df Bonded  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  F.fcWOODROW  Residential * Cos Installations (if Service  Rec (604) 588-6707  or toll tree pager: 1-978-4371  Propane &  Natural Oaa j  ��� Residential &  _ _      _ } Commercial Construction  u.a_a,i_i. ni' * Additions  L  Kialrrfct n*k.ll.(.  ..aurie Lacovetsky ��� 885-2887    ->  If you were .stlva.-i la ..a,., hen:,  yoia'cl bt* ..-...1 <������ a| ..hunt  yoursell - Anil so would  eueryboily else  rastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE ^feJUJ'A  �� SEPTIC HELD'.                     - ��� &LV*'~_.\ 4Wk    '  . DRAINAGE DITCHES 'hME  ��� EXCAVATIONS wVaT*^ *****  t WATER LINES Cat 416 4X4  .CLEARING         S(eve Jones       BOB ��2B9  RENOVATIONS  ADDITIONS  DAVE MELLOR  CADRE CONSTRUCTION ITD.  886-3171  Iff yon were ncli/ertisincj here,  you'll Im; reaclinn ���iliout  yourself - And so uuoulcl  ��;vi:ryhocly else  TJLC.  ���iMtricalA .Plumbing  Hesldential. Commercial  Water Heaters ��� Electric Heat  Contractors Lie No. eaVM  888-3344  A  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 885-2726 SECHELT B.C.  II you wen* inluertisintj liera;  you'll be reading about  yoursell - And so s/usa.al.l  everybody <:lse  STK EXCAVATING  AND ROAD BUILDING **  ��� Land Clearing ��� Driveways  ��� Drainage ��� Landscaping  ��� Retaining Walls  ��� Sand & Gravels  ��� Septic Systems ��� etc.  -Quality &  Punctuality.'  '886-9020  Trucking     Bob Gurney  &/  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 886*71 II  Showroom: 673 Potjne Rd. Cibsons        j  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  DEPENDABLE  Drywall Service  CALL MIKE          886-0040  V /  r Rcjimw Interior Decorating ^  r  Kzi>iiUTH Exciting  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating a Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  Waoftar* lull Una ot  Strvlcta with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service is  prompt with professional  work at competitive rates  Free Eslimales on  CompMc Interior Design Painling ' Wallpapering  (j!)       8J For Hir KnhJtmi. ttttith  mi mi ii  Eric's Drywall  ghv US at Cal//  885-6052  Ken Blrkln * 885-7487��Coll. 671*8411 J  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  . KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  Cellular  044-4907  D&P Contracting  CONCRETE SPECIALISTS  PLACING & FINISHING  DENIS TURENNE     OFFICE: 8*6-6492  PAUL DESAUTELS CEL: SS 1 -6aU2  If   V<��H   IA/I.TII   .lllVI.'I  you'fl  In* r��?;i��li  Vmirst-lf  -  Anil  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  /BRIANS ROOFING & ATTIC VENTILATION^  MM  HEROOFIMO 8PECI/U.ISTS > LEAK REPAinS  ���LOMANCO" WMRLYBWD ATTIC VENTS  ��� KEEPS VOUR HOME COOL IN SUMMER  ��� PREVENTS CONDENSATION IN WINTER  088 LICENSED a WSURE0-FREE ESTIMATES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  I665*4*6t-)|  u�� I   11 \  fll//     "���������ure. reliable, economical  ~ Interior ��� exterior  **J CUSTOM PAINTING  seniors discount ��� free cslim 'les  885-8895  i^_i-__\:3&&i2i^ji^^^ -.-..  ca-i^*^&^v��*j%^'^*jr*'d**^'->'<-^:^^  f <���>* % iH-�� tl -^.h'*��.?iii Coast News, February 15, 1993  13  ephemera  02?5 13.4  15   0640 11.9  MO   11?5 13.7  1920 4.2  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0515  19 1050  TR    1545  2235  14.6  10.1  12.8  3.9  0325 14.0  16   0815 11.9  TU   1230 13.1  2020 4.0  SAT TIME HT.FT.  0540  20 1125  SA 1630  2310  14.6  9.4  129  4.3  0410 14.4  17 0925 11.4  WE 1345 <2.9  2110 3.8  0605  21 1155  SU 1715  2345  14.5  8.7  13.0  4.8  0445  18 1015  TH   1450  2155  14.6  10.8  128  3.8  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson    Fa��s.ooaa��K*aK*a.aato��..aM  Pacific Standard Time ITSC^rr"'-  Title 'tables Courtesy of  White cane week  focuses on people  Kids & Tobacco  It's a crime.  While Ciine Week, co-sponsored by the Canitdiiin Council  of Ihe Blind (CCB) and Ihe  Canadian National Institute for  Ihe Blind (CNIB), represents an  annual week devoted exclusively to the promotion of greater  public awareness.  The CCB is a nation-wide  organizutibn of consumers and  has responsibility to ensure lhal  blind and visually impaired persons have a voice. With over  5,000 members and ')() While  Cane Clubs, Ihe CCB is an orga-  nizalion run by the blind. In BC,  Ihere are more than 1,000 members associated wil|i Ihe CCB  who belong lo While Cane  Clubs. Locally, the Sunshine  Coasl While Cane Club meets  once a month lo give blind and  visually impaired persons a  unique opportunity lo get  together, have fun and support  each other.  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MARINE SERVICES  t  CONTOUR  ;    DESIGN  ��� a���-f  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpel 8 Blinds  VSH��WnOOM851HWY. 101 ��� GIBSONS ��� PC. ��� PHfFAX:8815319j/  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  t\oofM*ne*s  me complete rooling profeiuMUh  Re-Roof & Repair  886-0920  Shop ��� Pressure \  ��� Bottom Painting ��� Tune  ��� Overhauls ��� Service Repair  ��� Work / Sail / Power  Owner Participation Welcome  ���S6-2S73 2i MR.  886-772^  PRECISE  PAINTING & PLASTER  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Stucco  ��� All Phases of Drywall  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  Ne��1e  8860928  Free Estimates  Eu  weeaneer  ,Makina IV RESORT Ltd  Localed in Secrel Cove 885-7888  *WSS2 MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K at C Trieiitioglass 4-a^ IJ^U  Cobra Boats now   "�����      i-V ViJ"  In-Stock  l,',N:MIJ:;'  [V  OUTBOARDS  INSOLATION  tipiPEOBII  QMeilLlalTiQfllM  ��� Bam k Blown ��� Commercial ���  . RestdtntUI ��� New *t Exiitlng ���  886*8741  LANDSCAPING  Whistler's Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turf ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residential and Commercial  Free Ettlmatera: Pat 885-2870  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  Eiclinlve Ottlerahip to the  Sunshine Coant lor  Yamaha  Outboards.  Exceptional quality  at an exceptionally  low price.  FMluHng  Yamaha's mw  Stem Drive  COTTRELLS r|  MARINE    SERVICE    I  J.  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  S & G TREE SERVICE  Topping ��� Trimming 'Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  ' K Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  MARINE SERVICES  GIBSONS: 886-8460 SECHELT: 885-6422  % fttu *j %*i, 6* Sit. Mmmttg  rship Shape Pmps  BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS * 9ERVIC6  "SHIPSHAPE SERVICE"  Carrsll Bolly, Proprlsator H". laMmou Roid  PH: 115-5271 (But.) SeeheH, B.C.  )-M10(Ra��.)  VON SAO  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  V ���  731 North Hd., Gibaoni 886-2912  The CNIB was established in  I')19, nl Ihe end of World War I,  as it service organization to look  aller blind veterans and has  expanded in the ensuing years to  look after all visually impaired  people in Canada. Staff consists  of paid professionals trained in  all phases of blindness, lhe  CNIB in BC has its main service centre in Vancouver and  supplies a service representative  lo llie Sunshine Coast whose  function is to provide many services for lhe biind.  Ilie focus this year for While  Cane Week is "People I'irsl,"  anil our slogan is "Integration  Our future."  If you would like more information , call Vera Harvey in  (Iibsons, 886-3918, or in  Sechell, Marjorie Walker al  88S-2738. We will have information booths at Trail Bay Mall  and Sunnycrest Mall Feb. 13.  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  I'rcmicr Bill VanderZalm  was greeted by approximately  100 sludenis from Sechelt elementary who swarmed around  him in Iheir enthusiasm when  he arrived by helicopter in  Hackett Park, Monday. Later  reporter Ken Collins of Ihe  Coasl News did an exclusive  interview wilh Mr. VanderZalm. Social Credit parly  member Stan Dixon presented  the premier with a talking stick  and staled "A talking slick has  lillle weight to il and may be  used lo either knock heads or  hit a few bums and doesn't say  how long you can speak."  Gordon Wilson, leader of the  BC Liberal party last week said  lhal in his view the premier's  posilion on abortion is irresponsible nnd puts BC women and  doctors in an impossible position. ^  10 WARS AGO  Heavy rains caused some  flooding in various parts of the  Sunshine Coast this weekend.  Two of Ihe worst hit areas were  Wilson and Chaster Creek  areas. Access lo the Wilson  Creek Campground, where IS  families are living, was cut off.  15 YEARS AGO  A member of Sechelt Council has had a civil suit for libel  filed against him. At issue is  Sechelt Council's request that  the lumberyard adjacent to  Sechelt Building Supplies cannot be allowed to be there  because it is in contravention of  zoning bylaws.  25 YEARS AGO  The 1968 school budget  totalling $1,934,223 up 22.3  percent over 1967, was analyzed Wednesday night.  30 YEARS AGO  Two small buildings now  grace the Sechelt/Uibsons  Municipal Airport in the vicinity of Wilson Creek. They are to  become a clubhouse and a  hangar.  35 YEARS AGO  A letter to the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles will be  sent requesting the service of  the mobile testing unit, as  advised by Ihe Sechell Village  Commission at Ihe lasl meeting.  40 YEARS AGO  The public heallh nurse who  has been operating in the area,  has been transferred to Vancouver. A replacement will not be  made for al least one month.  All fixed up after a little accident, Ihis male neutered rriendly cat  is waiting for a good home - and there's still two puppies left,  too! Call the SPCA at 885-4771  SPCA, there to help  In a survey conducted lasl fall, SPCA shelter managers and agents  throughout BC identified pet abandonmenl as one of their top concerns.  Why do people abandon pets? Sometimes, it's for economic reasons. In these tough limes, an extra mouth lo feed can be too big of a  burden on a shrinking family budget. More often, it's because of  behavioural problems - the dog that won't slop barking when it's left  alone, or the puppy who is difficult to housetrain.  Spaying and neutering, incidentally, was the other top concern  identified in the survey, conducted by Ihe BC Human Education  Society. Unfortunatly, abandoned animals often get into trouble.  Accidents, attacks, even bites from rabid wild animals - are frequently the lot of the abandoned pet.  People need lo know lhal they can call Iheir SPCA for help in  either addressing a behavioural problem or in finding a new home for  their animal, the society says.  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows 'Aluminum Railings  Vinly Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  CHANNEL ELEVEN  TUcsday  Feb. 16,1993  7:30pm  Gibsons Council Meeting  "Live"  Full live coverage of the meeting  cablecast from the Gibsons Council Chambers  Wednesday  Feb. 17,1993  7:00pm  A Future for Health Care on the Sunshine Coast ?  Jane Sorko hosts this program  wilh M.P. Ray Skelly and Dr. Jim Petzold.  Taped Nov. '92  9:00pm  Sechelt Indian Band  Election Candidates  Thursday  Feb. 18,1993  7:00pm  A Future for Health Care on Ihe Sunshine Coast ? #2  How to get Ihe Biggest Bang for Our Buck  "Live phone-in"  Jane Sorko hosts this program  with guests from the H.E.U., H.S.A., B.C.N.U.  and BCGEU.  Also involved are a panel of health care professionals  in Ihe sludio and you at home via the phones.  CLIP 8. SAVE  j.O bc ferries Schedule  /ANCOUVER ��� SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Leave Langdate Leave Horseshoe Bay  6:20 am  8:30  10:30  12:25 pmM  2:30  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE  Leave Earl* Cove  4:30 pm  7:30 am     5:30 pmM  6:40 am  4:30 pm  6:30  9:30 M      7:25 M  8:20  6:30  8:20 M  11:30       9:15  10:30  8:30  1:15 pm    11:00*  12:25 pmM  10:20 M  M-donolaa  MavartckBua  *a.ajn           'Sunday, en  ���'���*w       Hoi MoaWaiya only  M-dOMtoa  Mavarica. Bua  SALTERY BAY  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  1:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  For DEPENDABLE Service...  Buying or Selling - CALL  The TOP PRODUCERS on lhe Coast!  885-3295 or Vancouver Toll Free 681-7931  Sussex  fealty  matm  i ____. 14  Coast News, February 15,  199J  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Rvirt yOmUr- classified ad 45 times  and pay for ortly 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  FOB SALE  BY OWNER  Neonex Imperial 14x70 mobile  home. Bnght, spacious layout,  excellent condition, very clean,  newly painted - renovated leatur-  mg stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. tl. deck. Excellent localion,  close lo lorry, in Comeau Trailer  Park 122, 1416 North Road, Gibsons. Pad renl $195. 886-8095.  $39,900. TFNs  WANTED: acreage, wilh or without  home. 735-7600 Reply lo Box  380. 33 <mg Edward Mall P.O.,  Vancouvei. BC V5Z 4L9     ��9cn  Central Gibsons, well maintained.  I600sq. tt.. end-unit. 2 bdim town-  house. l'1/l balhs. glassed sun-  oeck. basemenl. double carpon,  other exlras. $126.000.686-2B30  HOI  Homes &  Property  For sale by owner. 2 bdim., 2 balh  townhouse. less than 1 yi. old,  close lo all amenities. Sechell 885-  4109or886-7636. ��8w  Wanted lo buy - house loi  $130,000 Ihiough pnvate sale.  686-3573 lor into. No agents  please. ��8w  752 Hwy. 101, 50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  oldei house. $165.000.886-9049  TOP SOIL  Screened top soil al reasonable  rale W.D. Excavating. 886-9764  oicell.��1-220-1526 TFNs  Homes, Waterlront t. Investment  Properties Nick Proach 583-  7653, 885-6340. Valley Pacific  Rlly. TFN  N/Marina, P/View, income, pnvate.  $146,000,886-7400. H9w  NRS GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  6 mo.  I yr  2yr. 3yr.  4yr.  5yr.  7.70    1.20    1.70    MS I  (.50  I.9S     (.20    1.70    0.20    1.75    10.00  Major Bank Prim* Rat* 6.75*4  For a complimentary market  evaluation of "your property"  Call  Jerry Ridgewell  Your Resident Realtor  886-2277  7 Love To Sell Real Estate'  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  19  23  /T>  Barter & Tiade  Bed and Breakfast  Births  18  30  2  [GREAT  Business and Home  Services  35  \lDEA>  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  25  Child Caie  37  Commeicial for Rent  32  Entertainment  33  **""""a*"*P  For Rent  31  ************"  For Sale  21  __  Found  11  *���*  Free  18  Obituaries  3  Furniture  20  Personal  6  Garage Sales  17  Pets ?a Livestock  12  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  Recreation  8  34  Thank You  5  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal      ���  38  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  15  Marine  28  Wanted to Rent  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  28  Engagements  Work Wanled  9  Music  13  38  DROP OFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  At ;iny nf our convenient  Friendly  ���i People Places mm  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre kh.*.-2hhh  In Halfmoon Bay  11 * J STORE 8HSHSSS  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK CiENBRAL ST< IRE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Duckside Pharmacy)  886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Dave Orr and his great staff will help you place  your classifieds al AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Places In Pender Harbour.  Homes &  Property  Two lots. 90'x150' light  industry/commercial, lots 9 8 10  Ventura Way. {140.000. Gibsons.  1-946-0465. ��9w  By ctaltsman/owner: New 3-5  bdrm. home on sunny, pnvate 1  acie in Pendei Haroour Solid pine  doois and kitchen. $178,000 -  belore carpels, no GST. 883-2862.  TFN  Gower Pt. Rd semi-watertront  150x217   wilh   oldei   house.  $250,000. Privale sale - No  agenls. Phone 7-9pm 886-9299.  ��7w  Reined - wish lo buy direct Irom  owner oi builder - 3 bdim. rancher  garage Gibsons to Wesl Sechell  Cash. 886-7042. I7w  3 bedioom lownhouse, 1425 sq  It.. 2 yrs. old. 1 t/2 balhs. carpon.  balcony, 5 appliances, near  schools and shopping, $129,900  686-4680. >7w  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard.  1400 sq. It. home, $135,000.  Phone 474-5935. ss  Pnvale sale ��� 2 bdrm. comlorlable  home a partial view on Mission  Port Asking $105.000.865-9561.  ��9w  Move now before Spring rush ���  pari. reno. 1200 sq. tt. home on (2)  180 degree view lots in rapidly  growing area of beautilul new  homes. Asking $174,500. Call  Patrick Baker 986-9321.      #9w  Family home ��� Mermaid St.,  $150,000, Box 706, Sechelt. No  Agenls. ��8w  Homes &  Property  Prestigious Woodcreek Park  Hoi at $265,000  Beautilul Ocean View: 3 tull baths  (glamorous), 4 bdrms. (down coukt  be games room). Almost 2600 sq.  It., 2 yrs. old, 2 levels, over  $20,000 in extras including in-  ground sprinkler system; huge  aggregate patio, lully landscaped  and fenced huge yard. Double  remote controlled garage, healed  lile loyei and baihrooms. Besl  price in Gibsons. For lasl sale11  Kevin Lynch Sutton Qroup -  West Coast Realty. 650-0017 ot  Collect 96<V��949. I7w  3 Obituaries  6.   Peisonal  Announcement  B15   Wanled  I ILLUSION 1  Planning ��� Special Ocuiion?  Illusions Restaurant has lull  facilities lor largo or small  groups. Banquet or  a la-carte menu available.  Foi moie Inlormation call  885-0900.  Wanted - Groups and individuals  with ideas and needs to attend a  building design meeting lor Rockwood II, Feb. 22,7:30 pm at Rockwood Centie. I7w  ANDERSON REALTY  * Racraation * Ratlramant  * Ratocatlon  FREE  CATALOGUE  5686CowneSt, Box 1219  Sechslt. BC. V0N3A0  885 3211 -AX 885-2898  Van Toll Free 684-8016  Brand New lor sale by builder. Living area with 2 FP main floor, 3  bdrm. plus bonus rm. up. Oak  kitchen w/sunshme ceiling, wood  deck off back, onto private ravine  with creek. Nice area, close to all  amenities. Ready tor occupancy  Mar. 1, 1993. Asking $224,000  mcl. GST. 886-2352 lor more into.  ���6w  WATERFRONT ��� For a home, holiday or investment, from view deck  and patio, across level terraced  lawns to the water's edge of Hallmoon Bay and a shon stroll to bus,  country store, and government  wharl. Makes the location ot this  2400 sq. ft. contemporary home  superb. Entering the foyer, the  open staircase leads to L.R. with  brick fireplace, lanairoom, spacious dining and up to the minute  while, bright kitchen, all with bay  view. The 4 bdrms., 3 baths, lamily  and kitchenette is designed lor  tamily lun, guest area or cozy  suite. Now add, the privale computer room and woikshop. Asking  $265,000 on pnvate sale by owners. Call trom 9 am to 7 pm lor im  or Lorna at 885-5469. ��6w  Low Cost  Autos  ��� Sohty Checked  ' Financing Available OAC  Coll 8S5-40O4 (D83I7)  Mike Plimley  Centurion Auto  5645 Wharf Rd. Sechelt  Wanted to buy View home from  owner. Davis Bay. Selma Park.  Leave details 885-567B, 7-8 pm  only. 17*  Selma Park Rancher  3 bdrm. ocean view, hospital and  village, I km $195,000 No  agents 885-7034. ��8w  DUFF: Irene Mary Dull (nee Hall)  1909-1993 Predeceased by her  husband Hugh Dutt in 1988 and by  Iwo sons. Joseph Berthelet and  Robed Berthelet. Survived by two  sons Donald Berthelet ol Clear-  brook: Gerry (Hazel) Berthelet ol  Hallmoon Bay; 11 grandchildren  and f 1 great-grandchildren. She  will be missed by hei many Iriends  and relatives in the East and in  BC. No seivice by requesl. Privale  cremalion arrangements through  Devlin Funeral Home. Remembrance donations may be made to  charity ol choice. # 7cn  RITCHIE: Passed away Feb 9,  1993, Thomas Ritchie, lale ol  Sechelt, age 94 years. Survived by  3 grandchildren: Gail (Bruce) Redman; Mary (Herman) Vandeberg;  and John (Janice) Ritchie; 6 greatgrandchildren. No service by  request. Private cremation  arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. I7cn  JANOWSKY: Passed away Feb.  10, 1993, Elna Carol Janoivsky,  lale ol Gibsons, age 79 years. Predeceased by her husband, Richard  William in 1983. Survived by 2  sons: Keith (Eva): Wayne (Evie);  and Dale (Ruth); ff grandchildren  and several great-grandchildren.  Mrs. Janowsky was tho original  owner ol Gramma's Pub. Service  Monday, Feb. 15 at 2:00 pm in the  chapel ol Devlin Funeral Home,  Gitjsiuns���Re,verend Stan Sears,  odioating. Cremation.      ��7cn  In loving memory of Len Wray.  Always : -embered by his family.  ��7cn  To St. Mary's Hospital. Dr. Bud-  nick, nurses and staff of the first  floor. Special thank you to Helen  Sands, Terry Gardner and all her  friends. Gerry Hazel and brother  Don. #7cn  To all our friends and lamily and  fellow workers we wish lo lhank  you tor all the flowers, cards 8 kind  words in out time ol sorrow We  miss Gunler Hinz. out husband,  fattier, brother, brother-in-law and  uncle, dearly. Fiom his wite  Charisse and daughter Stetame.  sister Ingrid, his brother Hans, his  brother Rolf, his biolher-in-faw  Axel, his nieces Sarah and  I7cn  FORST POTTERY  CHwi 11-4 Wed-Sal. Large selection ol pottery. 1040 Chamberlin  Ho. Gibsons. ��9cn  I ove lo sing? Want to leam? Join  - ��� mulligeneration ROBERTS  CREEK SINGERS ages 14 and  up Spiritual, Jazz, Blues and  Swing. All singers welcome. Sight  mading noi required. Call Helen  B86-2505. ��9w  Welcome Beach Hill for rent,  receptions, socials, meetings, etc.  Kilchen facilities. 885-4590, (385-  9855. #12w  GOOD NEWS  The game ol bridge is coming to  Gibsons! Both party and duplicate  games will be available every Monday at the new Gibsons Yacht  Club starting at 7 pm. Bridge partners are guaranteed. 665-5552.  ��7cn  Woodturning Lessons  Suitable lor all levels. Evening or  weekend classes. Phone Gary  Kelly 886-3617 alter 5pm.    ��8w  Psychic Reading  Phone for appointment, Kalawna  886-0948. I7w  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD. I  Benjamin Moore Paints |  f/wnvttnent  rrtentlly Paints  in All Colours ol  Ihe risinbow  ...including GraaeaT  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus 885-29231  Res. 885-50581  1 Sui-a^iTift.Ca^Hospiceis offering  . a 20-hr. training program in March  and April for prospective hospice  volunteer, visitors and interested  individuals. Fee: $50. For more  information contact Sunshine  Coast Home Support Society 885-  5144. I7w  Drop oil your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Seaview Market  in Roberts Creek  "A Friendly People Place"  TRUFFLES in Gibsons Landing  announces Belgium chocolates are  back! sew  Neighbourhood recycling pickup,  bottles, cans, papei, cardboard,  glass. 885-4165 or B85-0616.#8w  1969 - 21 ft. Travel mate,  motorhome, c/w Iridge, stove 1  microwave. Needs work. $3500  OBO. 885-7791. #6w  Boothlll Ranch  RV. PARK  Opening this spring. Call now to  reserve your space! Long term and  shod term rates available. Phone  886-9764 lot more inlormation or  cells 1-220-1526. TFNs  Black Reebok student's bag  w/books, jeans Sat., Feb. 6. 686-  3552. ��7w  REWARD loi recovery of jewellery,  mainly necklaces, pearls, chain t  earrings, Indian bead necklace,  antique teapot. Missing during  move Irom Delta, Jan. 22. 886-  4225. ��7w  Older mobile home or bus for work  shop, inexpensive, 885-722B.��9cn  Female roommate to share house  -Mar. 1, $350 including utilities.  885-5784. ��8w  Modem wooden dining room suite  and entertainment centre. Also set  ol workout weights. B85-2790.��8w  Printer for Mac computer (reasonable) 886-2622 (ask for Sue)TFNs  Oil lurnace in good condition. 686-  9567. ��7cn  Lab-type brown male puppy.  Brown collar - green broken leash  attached. 5 - 6 mos old. 885-9969.  Men  Charcoal Irame bifocals, claim at  front desk, Coast News, Sechelt.  ��7w  Two 5-monlh-old lemale kittens.  886-3452. ��7cn  Fluorescent tubes, various sizes.  686-9407. ��7cn  250 gallon oil tank, empty. U-pick-  up. 886-3573. ��7cn  Ftee lo good home. 3 year old  spayed Golden Lab. 863-9642.  ���7cn  Good homes, cross black Newfoundland, mature, trained, neutered. Also Benji-type dog needs  home with little boy and lots ol  TLC. 686-2442. ��7cn  House plant care demonstration,  Saturday, Feb. 20 at 11 am and 2  pm. Call lor details. Chamberlin  Gardens 886-9889 ��8cn  20   Furniture  White table with leaves, portable  dishwasher, $100 each. 8864916.  Oak and glass collee lable, end  table, good cond. $250 pair Must  sell. 685-9741. Wen  EXCELLENT CONDITION  Love seat and chair that makes  into double bed, canvas colour,  natural pine but could be stained to  match, 886-8558. TFNs  Dining loom set, $275, $500;  waterbed, $180; gatburator, new,  $200; coltee/end tables, $100,  $160; various chairs/rockers Irom  $25; casl iion bar stools. $40;  stereo cabinet, $75. Can be seen  al Gibsons U-Lock. 1023 Venture  Way. 886-8460 Consignments  Welcome ��8w  3 pee. wall unit, oak finish, exc.  cond.. $900 oi $350 each. 886-  3103. DBw  Oueen sz. bed. dbie. bed dresser  and mirror, recliner, end tables, 8'  couch, misc. household items, all  in good cond. 886-8089.     ��7w  Single sola bed, recovered, A-one  $450 OBO. 866-0954.        ��7w  Great Christmas present - antique  Dutch wall clock, copper lace and  weights, sun and moon plate,  $600,886-7X7. SS  Beds, sola, chair, fridge, dryer,  BSW TV plus miscellaneous. 885-  7682. ��7w  isaJai' Inking  SPRING CONSIGNMENT  ITEMS  all sixes  Wc have rvlncaipd in  Mnlly's Lane Market  Tues. Sal. HMMlTO  tll'FN SUNDAYS 11-1   use-sort  For lease: 7 year bay Anglo-Arab  gelding, very sweet, gentle disposition, trained English, some West-  em. Avail. Mar-Oct, my facilities, lo  kind, considerate female with  some riding ability or taking  lessons. Gower Point area. Good  deal lor right person, wanting gentle trail rides, not a show horse.  886-0995. TFN  Roberts Creek weiner pigs. Ready  to go Feb. 13.885-5466.     ��9w  FAIRWAY STABLES  English Riding Lessons  Experienced, certified, CEF  instructor. Ages 8-adult (you're  never too old) Beginner to intermediate riders welcome.''Also boarding (swlMfis��HtaYO��^^  sialt, riding ring. Call Leslie 685-  5423. ��7w  English Riding Lessons - Cert-  lied CEF Coach. Gentle hoises  and ponies, Iriendly stall. Beginners ol all ages welcome. Ellingham Stables. 885-9969.       ��7w  Registered CKC Lab, excel, show,  all papers for stud. B85-4804.#7cn  Certified dog trainer avail. Debbie  McKay 686-2854. ��6w  African Pigmy goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990 ss  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 866-  47l6or Marlee Fashions.    NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  ESTATE SALE: Everything must  go. Follow the signs up Trail Ave.  to Marine Way, Sechelt, 10am-  4pm, Sal. - Sun. ��9w  Twin Oaks Garage Sale - 820  Kiwanis Way, Gibsons. BC, Sat. 8  Sun.. Feb. 20 & 21, 11am-4pm.  Misc. construction goods, doors,  windows, etc. ��7cn  Moving/Garage Sale, Sat., Feb.  20, 9-1. 325 Wells Lane (oil Dougal Rd.) rain or shine. ��7w  Sun., Feb. 21,11-3, 523 Marine  Dr.. Gibsons. ��7cn  MOVING SALE  A little bit ol everything, odds S  ends. Sal. & Sun.. Feb. 20*21.10-  3pm. No early birds. 518 Shaw  Rd., Gibsons. Cancelled il raining.  ��7w  A bike lo nowhere (exercise), 886-  7419. Men  Anlique sola and chairs, $500;  dishwasher, $60; tall hutch, $60;  single bed Irame, $15: Rattan  couch & coffee lable. $75; crib  maltiess, new, $30; h ighchair,  $25: TV stand, $10.866-7478.  ���9w  18.Barter  and Trade  CENTERLINE PERFORMANCE  AUTOBODY  REASONABLE RATES  Cars, bikes, cash or trades welcome. For information 886-2111 or  885-8251. #9cn  1969 Buick GS California K'S  match 350 Auto, Nds bodywork  otherwise mint. Swap lor besl 4X4  valve $2000.886-7227       TFN  Faller, skid operator, etc. Tiade for  excavator or backhoe work, 885-  7518. ��8w  WalKins  SERVED  FAMILY STYLE  SINCE 1868  tlma.- l.llll.ilb Vt'.lllm, "  pritJucls yuti ronii'ink-r  V.imll.i. Cinnniiitin, Pepper,  l.iniiiK-iu .mil Salves  > availahk'ni your skull  B. Duncan  Gibsons  8H��,-la20*i  ID��22SIJ  19. Appliances  Experienced music teacher ol  voice, piano keyboard, accepting  students of any age. Phone 885-  5552. Men  To all my Iriends tor your camg  and support dunng this most drfll-  cult time. You have given me 'he  strength lo move on. God biess  you all. Maig Ross. ��7cn  Testes"  REALTY ITO  M  GABY WHITE  886*8107 ��� 1-351*4390  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redrooffs,  controlled subdivision, $49,500.1-  228-9680. SS  Pender Harbour - level easy build  lot in Garden Bay. Lake view, septic, watei, driveway complete.  Drive by at lot 50, Harbour Peak  Dr., $55,000.883-2687. SS  46 x 330' olpnme low bank waterlront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fixed up for  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Tourist Commercial (02).  Double garage plus storage shed.  $169,500. Phone Jenniler 1-689-  7070. ss  Astrology readings by Cathnne  Fuller at Crystal Serendipity by  appointment only. 685-86". or  eves 8860199. Men  EDGEWATER COUNSELLING  Want to understand your relationship? Counselling tor couples. Call  Duncan or Mary 885-0887   I8cn  WANTED: GRANNIES* GRANDPAS - Looking for persons/couples  to participate in a pilot program  'Adopt a Granny/Grandpa'. Were  looking for persons interested in  providing support, guidance, and  love to one-parent families with  children. Gratifying reward ol hugs  S laughter. Curious? Call 886-  3807 mornings only. 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 with STEP aerobics. NO CHARGE - jusl call to  reserve your step. 686-4606. TFN  Pnnt Sale - 25-50% Off, Shadow  Baux Galleries. 885-7606.    I7w  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 c/doz. 686-6039.  :     t TFN  IAN PURCELL DOES NOT LIVE  AT 468 CENTRAL. PLEASE REDIRECT ANY OTHER DROPOFFS. ��7w  Adult children of Alcoholics or dyslunctlonal families please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 lor help.    NC  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coasl Transition  House for confidential 24 hr. service. 685-2944. TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  685-7883,24 hour line.      TFN  Piano Tuning  #  ��� repairs  ��� appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  BfYQMEJ  from the Rudnetm Cwd�� In ynur  walk* to the Slon on your doer...  ...for -Ui. YOUR QtUntiC fflXDS  ��*��� 885-0244  GUITAR LESSONS  Experienced teacher. All styles,  levels and applied theory. First lesson Iree. Avail, days * eves. Steve  886-2365 Hen  Cello, nice tone, $900.685-2240.  I7cn  Piano, like new -883-2329    ss  1900 organ, good condition, $1900  OBO. 686-2492. IBw  PIANO TUNING  For service and repair call "Sunshine Piano'. 885-3168.      TFN  Antique Ivers * Pond upright  grand piano. Needs TLC, $700  OBO. 886-9774 after 4pm.   I9w  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking fOTblem? CallAI-Anon  686-9903, 685-7484, 666-9059.  Al-Ateen 686-2555 or 865-7484.  Chrtatina Sprmcar ��� would lite lo  welcome her clients to her new  location it J's Unisex. Phone tor  an apposntment at 686-76l6.l7cn  Win t $2000 value vacation, any  destiriation. Phone tor details. 666-  4899. Ask tor Dale. ��8cn  Our TRAVEL PLANNING LITERATURE upgrades your trip and  saves you (St. Phone Chris,  GREAT CIRCLE TRAVEL CONSULTANTS at 8858933.     i9w  Fridge, $250; stove, $150; both in  good cond 885-7634.        HBcn  Fridge, harvest gold, $75. 885-  2342. ��9cn  McClary electric stove, good cond,  $100,885-3132,685-3994 eves.  >9cn  Electric commercial dryer, $100  OBO. 886-3573. ��8w  Large horizontal deep-lreeze,  $250, storage lot fish, game, beef,  885-9645 after 5 pm. I8cn  Kenmore portable dishwasher.  Harbesl Gold. Excel, cond., $250.  865-7551. ��8cn  Mollat chest fieezer 16 cu. It.,  $175. OBO. 6857460 alter 6 pm.  ��7cn  GE cannister vacuum, all attachments, runs well. $45; brand new  ���Liltlelux' hand vac, $60. 886-  2644. ��7cn  30' Admiral electric range, almond,  $195,685-2696. ��8w  Beautiful white 17 cu. tt. 2 dr. FF,  $579; Admiral white 15 cu.lt. 2 dr.  FF, $399; McClary, Motfat Kenmore HD dryers, $799-$249; Inglis  Liberator 3 cyl., 2 sp., $369; Kenmore 2 sp., 3 cyl., auto. port, dryer  (120V), $169; Kenmore builtin DW  top of line in super shape,  almond/white, $279; Kenmore 3  cyl., 2 sp. rebuilt washer HD, $329;  and more, all recond. w/90 days lo  2 yrs. warranty parts and labour.  Ph. latoreeman ��� Bjom 885-7897 or  Comer Cupboard 885- 4434.19w  Solid oak table and chairs; white  leather jacket and skirt; brown  leather jacket; women's golf clubs,  bag and cart, goll shoes, ladies 8.  886-0190. ��9w  Double bed, boxspnng mattress,  headboard and frame, $125; single  bed complete, $50; Pioneer chain-  saw, 24: bar, rebuilt, $250; Stihl  chainsaw S10,20'bar, $150.686-  5772. ��9w  Beige sectional sola, exc. cond.,  $600; single bed, $30. Call 686-  3763. ��9w  Wooden spoke helm 25'; new  marine alum, window, 12'x24" with  opener; Ezee loader galvanized  boat trailer lor up to 15' boat. 685  2396. Men  jOQC_)>__)_  Over 150  Wolpoper rotttnu  in-**Kkot50%cff  Up to 55% off  Latex Paints  886-8103  Older trailer or but, reasonable,  866-7228. Men  Dining room set, solid wood, laminate top, $200 OBO. 666-9069.  Men  Office - 6 upholstered armchairs  w/heavy chrome base, $65 ea.; 2  matching washed oak and chrome  drum tables, $40 ea.; solid teak  credenza w/2 lile and shallow  drawers with heavy chrome base,  all excellent. 883-1160.      ��7cn  6 HP BCS diesel walking tractor,  26' ��� 16' tillers on power take otl,  extras, $1,100; 4'x6'utility trailer,  wheels 113,885-7020.       IBw  FOR SALE  BY OWNER  Neonex Imperial 14x70 mobile  home. Bright, spacious layout,  excellenl condilion, very clean,  newly painted * renovated featuring stucco celling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400sq.ft. deck. Excellenl location,  dose to ferry, in Comeau Trailer  Park #22, 1416 North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent $195. 686-6095.  $39,900. TFNs  SCREENED  TOP SOIL-GRAVELS  Rll. Sand, big or small loads. Doug  885-5070 Mw  -*���*..,  - ...  __t_mm_m_m_m  _m  -*..*��.*���  LMSMSMMI  ���'% t ;* ^.'���^���JV'-a*-***-"*?  -������.'.  ,-��'   >.*    r . "���    ���  .*_*.'�� ���* *��� --*  IftMMAMto Coast News, February 15, 1993  15  Take Advantage of our Nezv Classified Ad Special  Run yout* classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  27   Mobile Homes  Two twin box spiings and mattresses, $50 ea.; Amana radar  range Touchmatic miciowave,  $150; 4 wickei lounge chairs with  cushions. $20 ea. All excellent.  883-1160. I7cn  Hoppy's quality mushioom  manure, baik mulch, screened. 11  yrs. continuous seivice. 885-2592,  BB5-OB21. >9w  Lg GE F/r Indge; builtin sell  cleaning GE wall oven (black);  builtin GE miciowave (black); Jen-  nan cooktop w/grill. $150 ea. All in  very good cond Casl iron brown  enamel finish, ? bowl kitchen sink.  $35 Vanous size custom buill  solid wood cupboard doors and  drawers Phone 885-3523.   I9w  Rebuilt proiiano liukjo and slove,  suitable loi cabin, $450 en B85-  Two fibreglass 20'x8' containers,  $2000 each; polished facing stone  for lloois, healths, etc., $15 sq. It.  8855446. Men  9026.  I7cn  One ollico desk. $35. cheslerlield,  $35: Lazy-boy armchan. $?6. 886-  2543. I9w  ROYAL ALBERT CHINA  and  ROYAL DOULTON  FIGURINES  nt competitive prcus.  Exclusive Dealer  SECHELT HARDWARE  8852171  Open 7 days ,i av< >, >k  Ten 4x12 cedai boams, 25-28',  used, $400 OBO. 886-7400 ��9cn  BROCK WOOD COOK STOVE  6 burneis, c/w copper water jacket.  Good cond. $500.886-9526. ��8cn  Jenny used oil lurnace w/lank  $500. valve grind set. complete,  $300.886-3006 8am-5pm.   TFN  Antique rocking chair, $100; mini-  washer/spin dryer. $50; Fire  bricks, $1 ea.; luiqoise loathei  hides, 2/24 sq. tl.. $75 ea.; yam on  cones loi machine knitters, 1/2  price: 4 drawer filing cabinet lor  sewing pallems. 30wX42hX25,  5150OBO. 886-7859. ��8w  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  $195  IT PAYS  TO SPREAD  THE WORD  SUNCO  mm  Doon / Windowi / lighting  Plumbing / Krtchsjn & Bathroom  Fixtureialc...  V*aOTOWSa*��KO(CAU  ������8-SM*  5633 Wliasil Raj., Saachalt  RECYCLE a, SAVE  1/2 cord lirewood, kepi in garage 6  years, u-pick up $30 Vilas maple  senee mint condition spring-filled,  %UIi '*e need me space): 14 tins  OS molor oil, paid S2.50 per lin, 9  tins 03' molor rr,. all lor SI per tin.  886-2073 Lower Gibsons   itoi  i pair Raicnle boots, sire 10; 1  pair Voiki competition skis, 210  cm Saiomon 747 b ridings All  equip inexe cond BoWif*  ���Sen  Tanay WjSX upgraded lo 640 K,  20 meg hard dnve colour monitor,  some software, $500 lirm Judy  WAVei. "ten  rir/irfci yarv, accordian Busnrwll  m'.iwJM Eiu'W eiHsrger, Elmo  proiectoi snd camera Polaroid  ww**,, print r.opier rmcto /23  r��riii,.'.��sseltri player, Hum ma'  viewii, AtguS 0/0 ill* i.t',|<>*r.  wav/v siaWws tMr33t^MtOi  1977 JD 410 beckhce, good work- Excellent Prict '74 Chrysler New  ing condison, $10,800 OBO, 886- Yorker, 4 dr., V8, lully loaded, orig-  7372 or 665-5730. SS    mal 102,000 kms, 886-9500. TFN  1965 Subaru 4X4 station wagon,  110,000 mites, exc. cond., $3750.  686-3541. Hw  Chesterfield and chaii set, $100;  washer, $100; exercise Mte, $50.  886-7774. Mtol  Coloi/BW TVs, bookshelf, couch,  lazy chaii, kitchen set, mirror  diessei, bed, home stereo, otters.  886-7559. Men  Shopping can, 2 wheels, excellent  condition. Phone 886-3118. TFN  Canopy tor lull size P/U, $80.685-  2946. (8w  Calloway lions, 3 thru wedge,  $500 OBO. 886-0918. I8w  Reg. black lab puppies, $275. First  shots. 9 weeks. 885-4001.   I7cn  Sears model 420 powermate vacuum w/power head, $50; Sears  home and shop vacuum (dry), $30.  885-1960. I7w  Firewood lies delivery, 16' split fir,  $110 lull cord. 886-9372.     ��8w  29x62'Motlat Irost-free fridge; 24'  Enterprise stove, good cond., $200  ea.: waleibed, super-single, white  wilh 3 drawers, $250.886-2509.  I7w  Children's picnic table. $23; cedar  wheelbarrow planters, $6 and $18.  885-3285. ss  Cross country skis, size 9, besl  otler. 885-9033. ��*7w  Penlax Spot-Malic plus 29mm,  50mm. 150mm. 400 mm lenses  including vanous inters and case,  $300 complete. Also BSW enlarg-  er. $75.885-8895. I7w  Firewood, semi-dry, $40 truck  load. U pick up. 6866070.   ��7w  Framing sale - once a year special1 Shadow Baux Galleries,  Cowne St.. Sechelt. 865-7606.f7w  WaWJ^jtaM^fi  brass and glass door, $350 OBO.  886-2136. ��7w  TOP SOL  Scieened lop soil at leasonable  rales. W.D. Excavating, 886-9764  oicell.��1-2201526.        TFNs  '86 Woodmizer 40HD bandsaw  mill. Trailer pkg ��� 550 hrs. lap siding attach., carriage cover, auto  grinder, tooth setter, misc. spare  parts. $22,000 OBO. 866-3001 ss  Piego stroller, $100; baby back  pack. $50; Fisher Price potty, $20;  diaper pail. $5: car seat, $20.885-  5944. ��7w  For inexpensive books, fiction and  non-fiction, check out the 'Book  Nook' in Mollys Lane Market Buy  8 Sell, 686-8078. ��7cn  6' blue couch. $55: ladies ski  boots. 886-3457. SS  Wanted: Printer for Mac computer  (reasonable) 866-2622 (Ask lor  Sue) TFNs  Airco Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 665-5276 SS  Power saws, drills, smoker,  portable electric generator, skill  saw, miscellaneous hand tools.  685-2756. lew  3 pee. oath, nght-hand tub, blue,  $100,886-7076. I8w  6 HP BCS diesel walking tractor,  26'x16' tillers on power lakeoll  Exlras $1100: 4'x6' utility trailer,  wheels ��13.885-7020.       ��8w  Children's picnic table. $23: cedar  wheelbarrow planters $6 and $18.  885-3285. ss  AGED HOUSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 885-9969.    TFN  Super-B or regular-6 movie camera and proiector, also screen tripod and light, $125.686-9420.  TFN  1969 Sprint, tike new, true kms 2,  660, $4,995 firm. 886-2789. I9cn  ���62 Toyota Corolla Stn. Wagon, 4  cyl., 5 sp, $500.866-7951.  I9w  Estate sale: 1976 Mercury Grand  Marquis aulomalic, good cond., no  rust, good tires, $1500.886-2342.  Men  WtawASQTL  New dutch and tires with suniool,  $1500 OBO, 666-2750.      ��8cn  '68 Dodge Lancer, 4 dr, 5 spd,  Am/FM, very clean, $4995 or  trade. 866-2111 or 866-7520.TFN  1990 Nissan Maxima SE. leather,  auto, air, etc, 50,000 km. 886-9785  (alter 5 pm). I9cn  1984 Coil, std, mechanically pertect, one ownei, $1400 OBO. 885-  7535. ��9cn  VW Dune Buggy, awesome,  $1000060.885-5443.      I9cn  1986 Honda CRX. 5 spd. low kms,  excellenl condilion, exlra racing  mags and lires, $6300 OBO or  trade for Bronco or Blazer, 885-  4740. ��8w  79 za  Mint body, white, auto, air-care  tested. $1650,686-7227.    I7cn  CENTERUNE PERFORMANCE  Now wrecking  1979 Camaro LT  1980 Grenada 4 dr  886-2111 or 885-6251  HOI  79 Corolla, while, auto, 2 di, runs  well, $650.866-2019.        I9cn  1984 Ford LTD wgn., blue, auto.  V6. 885-3281, ask lor Denise  DLI5936. I7cn  1980 Monte, new tires, new  shocks, V8, black/white interior,  $1600 OBO. 665-0717.      Wen  1956 Buick Special, 92,000 orig.  miles, rebuilt diff., brakes, body  good, runs great, $1200 OBO.  885-4604. I7cn  '66 Ford Taurus V6 exc. cond.,  $4500 OBO. 666-7524 aft. 5pm.ss  1964 Ford Tempo auto. 4 dr.,  $3500.666-7575 eves.       #7w  77 Cougar wagon, great running  gear, good tires, stereo, $200.  8850203. I7w  1962 Toyota Ciisseda fully loaded,  reliable, good running condition,  $1650.885-7492. I7w  '60 Dodge Caravelle, aulo.,  PS/PB, air, reliable transportation.  Not lusted noi dented, $450. 686-  9145. #7w  '81 Honda Civic, 2 dr., hatchback,  4 sp, new Iront tires, exhaust, battery, exc. running cond, low miles  on rebuilt motor. Pertect student  car. $1500 OBO. 886-9127.    ss  GOOD HAY  KMI_a\t Dtlivered  Straw K.OtVbale  Call Between 12-1pm  885-9357  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES* LUMBER, any  size. Will cuslom cul. 885-2138  or 885-5601. TFN  Parker, Hole 30 06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Marlin 444s Wincheslei,  Oueen size waleibed, Bentwood  rocker 865.5467. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  ���64-5240  TFN  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 fot the  set, with covers, 686-9500 anytime, js  1974 Oldsmobile, new biakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $900 OBO. 886-1943. ss  1986 Ford Taurus, am/tm, Ac V6,  auto/od. 4 door, exc. cond. $6,495.  886-7520orB86-2l11, ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext��� rebuilt engine i transmission Pnced to sell $3850 Call 666-  8510 alter 6:00 pm. ss  1971 LandRover - 66 complelely  rebuili. Offers.. PTO Avail. 883-  1968 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB.  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $6700. 685-2836.685-7413   ss  1967 Ford 250 lull size pickup,  good condition, vintage $650  OBO, 885-7492. I7w  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, pans. 685-5102. ss  1981 Ford F250,4x4 with rock box  $5500.886-4599 ss  1964 Toyota PU 5 sp��� long box.  good cond, $4500 OBO. 885-  2777 alt. 6pm. I7w  1975 Tnurnph TR7, excellenl condilion. new dual exhaust, racial t/a  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down lor lamily size  car or u It camper. 885-9066. ss  '86 Ponliac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  greal mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  886-7150.  'low Cos! Autos  Sottfy CnaxAed  ' Fmoncmg Avaiiatsla OAC  CallMS-4004(DU17)  Mike Plimley  Centurion Auto  5610 Whorl Rd   Serhi-  1992 Ford Taurus, auto, air, cass,  V6, kw mileage. 665-3281 ask for  Louis DLI5936. ��7cn  1992 Aerostar XLT ext. van, 7  pass, auto, V6, loaded. 686-3261  ask lor David DU 5936.     ��7cn  78 Buick Regal V-8, aulo, tilt,  cruise, AM/FM, exc. cond, $1800  OBO. 686-4577 days, 866-0118  eves. ss  1974 Lincoln Continental Mark 4,  good cond., must sell, $2000  OBO. 885-0175. ��8cn  1967 Camry Le Sedan, AM/FM  cassette, power-package, tule-  rack. $8600.686-7074.      Men  1992 Ford Tempo, auto, air,  stereo. 685-3261 ask tor Louis  DLI5936. #7cn  1978 Plymouth Volare, slant six,  auto. One owner, exc. cond.,  57,000 miles, $650.666-2961.  Men  79 Ford stn. wagon, V6 auto.,  good tunning cond, $475. 886-  9372. ts  1968 Jeep Wagoneei, red, auto.,  loaded, leather, many extras 885-  3261 ask for David DLf 5936.i7cn  1966 Ford Mercury 2 dr, 6 cyl, air  cond, exc. cond, low mileage,  $5000 OBO. 883-2512. ss  1979 Dodge Sapporo. $800 080.  6654644. (8w  65 Chevy Citation 4 dr. hatchback,  6 cyl, S1900OBO. Bet>-3l07.t8a��  1967 Nissan Centra, 2 dr. sports  w/sunrool, good running order,  some rust. $2500 OBO. 885-7791.  IBw  '85 Lada, 5 spd, 105,000 kms.  Needs new clutch, drive away,  molor is sound. Asking $500.886'  4621. <8cn  1966 Uojge Caravan 5 passenger, new tires, exc. cond, $5900.  886-3574. ��6cn  Discover BC's backroads -1900  Jeep Sahara YJ, exc. cond,  $14,000; 6 cyl/soli top/alloy,  wheels, 40,000 kms. Call Geoff  686-4290 I9w  1964 Honda Civic, 5 spd, ne*  tires,gd.cond,$2200 885-0851.  Hw  79 Cadillac Eldorado blk/blk  leather, new brks , sling , shks,  mutlr, tires eng. (in '85). $2800  686-9406 l7oi  1981 Volvo GLE 4 DR standard  V6. elect, overdrive, sunroof, new  clutch, pressuie plate disc brake,  exhaust system, good tires, no  rust, $4,000 OBO or tiade for farm  tractor, tent trailer or boat. 685-  9209. I7cn  1966 Chev. Sprint, $2100. 686-  328*. '"' 17*  '6ySUBaru4x4slafifjiiwarjtfn.''  Excellent condition. $4,250. 686-  3541. ��7cn  CHEAP! FBIAJ.S. SEIZED  89Mercedes $200  86VW $50  87 MERCEDES $100  65MUSTANG $50  Choose from thousands starting  $50. 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379-  2935 Copyright IBC01041W12cn  1965 Fiero GT, 6 cyl., 4 sp, runs  great, $2500.886-7484.        ss  1975 Dodge Valiant 4 dr. auto.,  good transportation, asking $650  OBO. 685-2557. Mw  1960 Corolla wagon, auto, exc.  cond, $1500 lirm. 885-7020. ��6w  1962 Honda Civic sedan, 1500 cc,  drive il away for $250 OBO, or  trade for W.H.Y. Call Keith 883-  2725. ��8w  1982 AMC Eagle 4X4, driven  away tot just $250 OBO, or trade  tor W.H.Y. Call Keith 863-2725.  Mw  75 Dodge Dart, good parts car,  runs good. Ralley wheels, 316,  new battery, $375 OBO. 686-9047.  Mw  l966H<��TdaCRX.5sp,lowKMs,  exc. cond, extra racing mags t  tires, $6300 OBO or trade for  Bronco or Blazer 885-4740. ��Bw  REDUCED  1983 Buck Sky Hawk, 2 dr, 2.0L,  4 cyl, 5 spd manual, $1450 $995  OBO. 686-9500 anytime.       ss  '64 Toyota Celica GTS. Good  shape. $3700 OBO 686-7646. ss  T-BIRD  66 Thunderbird. low kms, lady driven, non-smoker, very clean.  $5,650 OBO 686-2622 days or  8860971 eves. TFNs  1962 Mercury Zephyr, running  cond, needs work, $375. 886-  9372 ss  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  665-4004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900060.866-3646 ss  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine steieo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7376 ss  '88 Meicuiy Topaz, like new.  $5500.866-2633 or 686-7484 ss  1973 Super Beelle, $2500 OBO  863-9234 ss  I960 Cemaro 305 auto, Mops,  Ratynms, $2600 865-/113   ss  1976 New Yorker. A-1 cond, low  mdoago $900 (1601*6-9020  ss  1980 F-150 302 cu. in. reliable  truck, $1250.886-9273.      )9cn  1977 F250, excellent runner,  $15X060.885-5443.      I9cn  1981 Ford Courier, w/Mazda  engine, for parts, best offer. Rob  685-5308. ��8w  '60 GMC P/U. with canopy, $1900.  686-7106eves. ��9cn  1975 GMC 3/4 ton P/U. Strong  350 V6, some rust, runs well,  AM/FM cassette. $1150 OBO.  883-9961,8650300. IBcn  '77 GMC Van, auto,.asking $595.  886-0240. new  1981 Ford Courier w/Mazda  engine for parts, best offer. Rob  865-5306. ��8w  79 S-100 Ford P/U, 6 cyl aulo,  new tiies, good work truck. $699.  1964 Nissan kingcab 4x4 - great  hunting , fishing tiuck. 885-3281  ask for Warren DLI5936.    ��7cn  1976 VW van, exc. cond, for  Ihose seeking adventure, $2500.  Contact Anna 896-2106.     I7cn  ; 76 Chevrolet P/U, good work  truck, some rust, asking $1000.  866-4621. ��8cn  'Fiber Mold' canopy, white, suit  small truck. $250.885-0717. ��8cn  1991 S-10 Tahoe 4.3L - canopy,  air-cond, loaded, $13,700. 686-  2924 eves, weekends.      *7cn  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto, tilt, Sony  stereo, new exhaust, asking  $6800.886-7800. SS  73 Ford van, VB 302, new tires,  brakes, runs well, $800 666-4647  #7w  1975 Chevy Blazer 2 WD, 350  auto, PS/PB, AC, tilt, $1,350. 886-  7969. ��7cn  1964 Bronco II 4x4, V6 auto, exc.  cond, $5600 060.696-8505.��7w  '87 Mazda cab-plus 4x4 auto,  canopy, $8,500.886-8444 eves.  I7cn  1978 International Scout, lots of  rust but runs great, $600 OBO.  Yvan 885-9321. TFN  1981 Ford Bronco 4x4, needs  some work. Some rust, $1500  OBO. 865-9223. ��6cn  1966 Chev S.10 Tahoe. Immaculale, low k's, also canopy fits S.10  longbox. 683-2297. ss  DRUGLOflD TRUCKS! $100  66     BRONCO $50  91      6LAZER $150  77 JEEP CJ   $50  Seized Vans. 4x4's. Boats.  Choose from thousands starting  S50.-24 Hour Holline.801 -379-  2935 Copyright SBC104KK iBcn  1968 Bronco II 4x4. gieal in snow.  V6 AT, exc. cond, new biakes.  exhaust. 886-2031. ss  1991 Chev S-10,4 cyl.. 5 spd,  10,500 kms, alum, box liner, no  GST. Days 886-3005. TFN  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 886-3005 8am-  5pm. TFN  1976 Chev Silverado PU. blown  motor, whole or parts. 886-4714.  IBw  Toyota 4 runner, loaded 4 wheel  drive, 5 sp, $10,500. 885-7/38  IBw  1970 4x4 40' mudders, runs good.  886-7484. ss  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck. 5 , 2  Iranny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.8863001   ss  Full size 1990 Dodge van. V6  auto. $8500 886-8301 SS  I960 Chev 4 ion dump truck. 366  HP, 2 spd. rear end. 6-6 yd box.  $6500 Ami. 6864550 eves,    ss  1979 17' Boler Trailer All amenities, sleeps 5. $6200 886-7074  Men  7 1/2 It. Okanagan camper lor  smaller truck, $2300 OBO 886-  9966. I8w  37' 5th wheel, veiy comlortable  accomm. while building your home  or travel. $7800.886-2461   IBcn  '88 Scamper 5th Wheel, 24 ft, exc.  cond, lully loaded, $13,000 OBO.  686-4949 or 686-2611. ss  7 II. import camper, gd. cond,  $1500. Available wilh 1965 Toyola  long box PU, $4000'pair, only 1  owner. 886-7951. II 1w  1991 Northern light dlx camper 9',  Iridge, stove, toilet and shower  $7500.885-7810 TFN  1975 GMC camper van. Good  lires, 6 cyl. aulo. $1000 OBO. 883-  9979 ss  1976 Dodge camperized van.  auto, p/s,p/b, cruise, rear bed. cupboards, icebox, sink, $1,500. 316  eng. 6B6-2512ss15' Arislocat, sink,  fridge, stove, lurnace. Sleeps 6.  Clean unil. $1500 OBO. 885-6066.  I9cn  '91 Dutchman 5th wheel, 26 tl. 11'.  Fully loaded, like new. immac.  cond. Call Brad or Connie 886-  0446. ss  16' Double Eagle in excellent  working order. Loaded with  options. $3900.686-2736.      ss  12 ft. aluminum boat w/outboard,  7.5 Eviniude, low hours, $900.  885��)09. ��8cn  Sabb manne diesel 2 cyl, 18 H P,  never used, shaft/prop, accessories. $3200 060.886.2024.i7w  1960 Highwood 14x70 mobile lor  removal. 3 bdrms, large master  has bay window and ensuite wrlh  garden soaker tub - circle kitchen  with maple cabinets - live appliances, Venetians throughout,  $29,900. Karen 885-5412.     ss  SECHELT MMIK  SURVEYS LTD.  captain llll Murray  MCMMC    MNAMT,  M ft B Y C   a Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  '86 RM-125, excellent condition,  comes with some accessories.  Priced to go. $1150 080.886-  0405. H9cn  '91 CR 250. exc. cond, just put  $2000 mlo motor and suspension,  Renthal handle bars. Wiseco piston. Boyeseen reeds. $3000 OBO.  886-2572 or 886-7306.       Men  1974 Norton 650 Comando, very  good condilion, low mileage,  $3000.66543009. IBcn  1990 Honda 4 Trax, 350 cc, low  hrs, low behind - trailer and  chains. Great lor hunting and fishing, $4750 OBO. 886-9047. IBw  1992 Kawasaki Ninja ZX 600,  $5000.686-6996. ss  '86 honda Aspencade, exc. cond,  garage kepi, $5500.886-9595.  ss  1961 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculate 25.600 original K's,  $1250OBO.686-7378. SS  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  offers. 886-8622. ss  24' Reinell cabin cruiser, exc.  shape, $5200 OBO. 886-8101  between 8 ��� 5 pr 866-66.16 eves.  TFN  16.5' dbl. Eagle, rbll. Hamilton 3  stg. jet, teak int., cnlr. eng. rrunr.  trlr. 886-9408. ��7cn  40 ton Skippers license. Fisherman 2, 3 and 4. Walchkeepers  ticket. 666-2626. I9w  24.5 Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc molor and leg, head propane  slove, sleeps 4. rear glassed in,  $6200.883-9253. ss  Boal trailer lor herring skirl or large  boat, $800,863-2107. ss  9.9 Suzuki long Shalt, $400:115  Merc 4 cyl. O/B, $2500; 50 Merc  O/B, $1500:14' Fibreglass boat,  $200.886-3005,8am-5pm.  IBw  21 It. boat, new canvas, walk  through windshield. 350 high performance inboard, $4800: 13 ft.  aluminum, trailer, 20 HP Merc,  elec. start, maiine battery, $1650.  May take PU or Van. 3/4 ton. 885-  7738. *8w  Wanted: Trailer lor 21' Grew  inboard, outboard. 885-7594.i8cn  1981 ��� 90 HP Johnson in excellent  working order with power Inm and  all controls, $1700. Will consider a  smaller trade-in. 686-2738.     ss  24 ft. C licence. $3500 or oilers.  883-9555. ��9w  12 ft. Miro-cralt boal. steering, 15  Johnson motor, $2000.885-7780.  Mw  20 ml Manner Long Shaft 1991 on  warranty, $1200; 30 hp Evinrude  Loing Shaft $800 OBO; new 25 hp  electric Long Shall Manner,  $2000.883-1119. TFN  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very lasl,  sleeps 4. Gary Mull design $4200.  866-3490, 1-977-7349 toll-lree  pager. ss  Coronado 15, trailer, similar to  Laser, nice boat $1600.886-3490,  1-977-7349 toll-free pager.     ss  San Juan 24, VHF. dry sailed,  fresh waler, 7.5 Honda, exc. cond, Accommodalion lor a couple loi  slove, porta-potti, $7900. 886- one day per week ��� Mondays ��� in  3490,1-977-7349 toll-free pager,     lowei Gibsons. 865-5552.   ��9cn  ss        Couple with trained kitten seeks  suitable accommodation, March  1st. 866-7559. IBcn  Now working in Sechelt, need le  lind 2 bdrm home at reasonable  rent. BB6-0166. ��8cn  Working couple require 2 - 3 bdrm  house near Sechelt Mar. 1 or Apr.  1. Excel, rels. Al. 865-7121, 865-  9011. i7cn  NS couple looking to rent 2 bdrm  or one with den/study, lumished  house, collage. Spacious and  Quiet locator Gulf Island or Sun*'  shine Coast. For March. April, and  possibly May. Keith or Anastasia,  255-6675. ��7cn  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boal, l$1700. 886-3490. t-977-  7349 toll-tree pager. ss  Good 12 It. aluminum boat $600 or  trade' 885-7167 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellenl condition.  Lowe's Resort. 683-2456.    TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service 665-5276.  TFN  12 tt. aluminum boal $600, BBS-  Tie?, ss  19 ft. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold. $3500.886-3457. ss  27.Mobile Homes  FOR SALE  BY OWNER  Neonex Imperial 14x70 mobile  home. Bright, spacious layout,  excellent condilion. very clean,  newly painted & renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living loom, while walls,  400 sq. ft. deck. Excellent location,  close to ferry, in Comeau Trailer  Park 122.1416 North Road. Gibsons. Pad rent $195. 886-8095.  $39,900. TFNs  2 bdrms, Iridge, slove, $14,900,  885-0604. ��9cn  PLEASE COMPARE  $33,900  Dlx 938 sq. tt. home, lots ol  options included. FOB. Only 2 left.  Must nave own location. 597-3322.  31. For Rent  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental ol property.  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper which  publishes it would bolh be in  contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against them. The Coast News  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads.  1 barm, ground level, garden, view  apt, central Gibsons. $395.255-  7518. Mw  when you  pay for 2 insertions  - ���-* i r-  f,'  - V-^j  All classifieds must be f _  pre paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either the Monday ot Weekender  Edition. Up lo f 0 words; 25 cents  (m each additional word.  Free: Losl, Found & Ftee  Sure Sell Classifieds  $17 up to 10 words  $ I each additional word  Youi ad. selling one item, will nm 4 consecutive weeks  r/ia*/l will lap canceled unless you insllUCt us lo rpiipsv 1*1  by classified deadline . Nw ���.���il���IJa, (, nmm.Ml mhnil.n,,  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Idlllon Weekender  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUESDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechell 885-3930 16  Coast News, February 15,  1953  Take Advantage of our Netv Classified Ad Spatial  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  yiSA'^ Coast News (Monday)  m%mm\      Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  31   For Rent  31. For Rent  1 bdrm. ground lloor suite, view,  private garden, quiet neighbourhood. Selma Park. N/S. $500.  Avail. Feb. 15. 685-5288 or 885-  9310. Men  2 bdrm. main floor, huge deck,  spectacular manna/mountain view.  Central Gibsons. $625 plus utils.  255-7518. t9w  1 bdrm suite, Iridge, slove, hydro  included. $375.886-7386.   I9cn  1 bdrm suite, lower Gibsons, great  view, close to all amenities. Avail.  Mai. t. $525/mo. To view call 886-  7630. I9cn  New 3 bdrm deluxe nome close lo  mall. No pets. $675.886-2454.  Hen  2 bdrm good size. Gibsons area.  $525.866-7400. I9cn  Close to Langdale terry terminal,  two bedroom mobile home,  Comeau Trailer Paik. $600. Grant  Realty 886-3330. TFN  1 bdrm suite, $325/mo ��� hydro.  883-2661. ��9cn  Selma Park: 2 bdrm trailer, ttailer  park. $695/mo 885-4514.   I9cn  2 bdrm nailer, Pender Harbour,  view. $450/mo. 885-4514. Avail.  March. ��9cn  VIEW. 2 bdrm suite, 5 appl. Suit  quiet couple, NS, no pets. $725.  886-7175. I9cn  1 bdrm. suile Reed Rd., $425/mo.  includes cable. Phone eves. 886-  2265 avail. Mai. 1/93. IBw  For rent - 3 wks��� bright, clean 1  bdrm. gr. floor ste., upper Gibsons  duplex, F/P, laundry, Avail. Feb.  15. $500.277-6205. ��Bw1 bdrm  apt. for rent, utils not included,  central Gibsons, $400 & $500.  886-7016. TFN  New 3 bdrm. duplex, 3 appl., dose  to all amenities, avail. Mar. 1. No  dogs. $675.886-9854.        IBw  Gibsons, spacious 2 bdrm. ocean-  view suite, 4 appl., garage, N/S.  $650,886-4773. I9w  Watertront, 3 bdrm. home near  Bonniebrook. $750/mo. Avail,  immed. 886-4557. I9w  April 1, lower Gibsons - clean,  cuy. 3 bdrm. duplex, appl., F/P,  1,948-0384. Mw  Sechell W/F 3 bdrm. cottage in village. March 1, $750.885-5742.  ��9w  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  1 BdimHopknis Collage 450.  I Bdrm. Furnished 400.  1 Bdim. Granlhams new  450.  2 Bdrm Granlhams        675.  3 W/F Suites       (each) $800.  3 Bdrm Cieekside Rancher  $800.  886-8107  sis'Bay, turnstwt'2-bdrm. apt,  atUil.Feb.-May, $500.885-4812.  ��8w  Spacious, bnght, new i bdim  suite. Spectacular view, pnvale  entrance, parking,1 mile lo lerry  Quiet person prel. rels. req..  $525/mo. incl. utils. 886-O026.i8w  Avail. Feb. 15 or Mar. 1 ��� 2 bdrm.  cottage. Beach Ave.. Rbts Ck.  W/D, wood heat, Hydro ind., N/S,  suit single person, $575. 865-  6129. ��7cn  2 bdrm Selma Paik charmer, view,  $550. Rels. March 1.224-0772.  IBcn  Small trailer, suit 1 adult. Cedars  Trailer Court. 885-3313.     I8cn  3 bdrm house In Langdale. Full  basement, beautilul view, close to  ferry, $800/mo. Dave 866-2495  eves only. IBcn  Shared accom. $275/mo. covered  parking, laundry tacil.. close lo all  amenities. 886-0542.        iBcn  Gibsons, lowei floor, 2 bdrm.,  bright, close to amenities, washer/dryer, yard, $650/mo. 1-469-  0622. Men  Gower Pt. Rd. Beautiful, brand  new 4 bdrm plus loft, waiertront  home. Double garage. Non-smok-  ers.no pets. $1200.271-7783.  New 1 and 2 bedroom apts with  view. Close to shopping and transportation. Call 886-4213 to inquire.  ���Ben  Well located 2 bdrm Gibsons.  $550,886-7400.. . IBcn  1 BR n��w dalUaVldull oriented  townhouse, 7 appl.. |��cu��i,  patio, carport, ckithouM. Avail.  Fast). IS. S65(Vrno. 886-8076 ��8cn  31    For Rent  2 bdrm suite avail, immed. or on  Feb. 15. $575. NS. no pets. 886-  4899. IBcn  Gibsons, lumished bachelor apt.  available immediately $440. 885-  6009. IBcn  2 bedroom, large sundeck. carport,  beach, Pender Haibour.  $650 month plus utilities. (604)  327-7725. ��8cn  2 bdrm suile. good condition,  $575.734-0323 oi 8B3-2149.l8cn  Gibsons housekeeping rooms.  $250; sleeping room, $150. Arthur  885-9859. I8cn  Gibsons 1 BR brighl, mountain  views, deck. $525 plus. Also 1 BR  main lloor. soaker tub, laige.  blight. $525 plus. Arthur 885-9859  IBcn  Shared accomm. Gibsons. Call  885-2223 or 886-4760 alter Feb.  14. I8cn  New 2 level 2 bdrm suite on bus  line, close to Gibsons Plaza. No  pets. Rels teqd. $650/mo. 866-  3457. IBcn  Waiertront 1 bdrm apl. in Secret  Cove. NS, no pets. $450. Lv.  mess. B85-9366. TFN  31. For Rent  Bachelor  Suites  BY MONTI I OR WEEK  Royal Reach Motd  885-7844  3 bdrm. lownhouse, 1 1/2 balhs.  carport, balcony, 5 appliances  near school  and  shopping.  $80CVmo avail. Mar. 1.8664660  ���7w  Wateitrom home - lower Gibsons -  unobstructed view, 3 bdrms., 2  balhs. LR/DR. large kitchen,  sauna, 2 FP. 4 appis., covered  sundeck, new caipets and paint,  no pels. 12x20 workshop. Avail.  March 1, $950/mo. 925-2107.I7W  Modem 3 bdrm. view home, Selma  Paik. $850/mo Call 865-2240.I9W  Commuters - large, bright, adult-  oriented 1 bdim. apt. with view,  laundiy S summer pool, facilities.  Walk to terry. Avail, immediately.  Mw  Monthly. Weekly, Dally  886-3343  Boolhlll Ranch  R.V.PARK  Opening Ihis spring. Call now to  reserve your space! Long term and  short term rates available. Phone  886-9764 lor more inlormation or  celll 1-220-1526. TFNs  Roommate wanted. N/S to share  comfortable basement suite,  $3t0/mo. Everything included.  Langdale 886-4278. ��9w  31. For Renl  Cule 1 bdrm. house, close to all  amenities, avail. Mar. t. 438-2484  (collecl). ��8w  Large 4 bdrm. on acreage in  Roberts Creek. Avail. Mar. 1,  $1000.666-3567. IBw  Langdale. New 3 bdrm house, 2-  1/2 balh, 5 appl., FP, no pets.  Rels. Avail Mai. 1, $1100. 886-  466/01966-7552. ��7cn  Roommate to shaie with couple  and dog. Davis Ray. 885-0156  eves. I7cn  ? bedroom, large sundeck, carport,  beach. Pendei Harbour. $550/mo  plus utilities. |604) 327-7725.t7cn  Waiertront house, Point Rd., Hopkins Landing. Easy walk to lerry. 3  Ddrm or |2 bdrm * den), 2 bath, 5  appis., turn, il required. NS. no  pels. Rels. 1-274-8056 or 886-  0209. ��7cn  View, 2 bdrm lownhouse in lowei  Gibsons. Enclosed garage. 1-1/2  balhs. Adult-oriented and no pets.  Available immediately al $700/mo.  2 bdrm lownhouse in upper Gibsons. 1-1/2 baths. Close to all services and schools, lenced yard.  Available lot occupancy now.  $750/mo.  Apartment in lower Gibsons. 2  bdrm, close to Post Olfice and  shopping. Available Mar. 1,  $750/mo.  350 sq. It. self-contained office  space with street entrance. Rem ol  $380 ind. utils., etc. Also cabin lor  renl, 866-4716,12-4pm daily. IBw  Industrial workshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unil, $475/mo.  921-6751. TFN  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 885-2721. 111w  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  Creole Ad Designer  To join our creative team and  assist In production ol award win-  ning, twice weekly newspaper on  the Sunshine Coast.  Maciniosh/Quark/llluslralor experience essential. Must be organized  and able to produce quality layouts  in minimum time. Your sense ol  humour, dedication, ability to thrive  on piessure and desire to excel  will be rewarded with camaraderie,  clean country living, unique working conditions and even a little  cash. Please send your resume  with samples and salary expectations to: Cathy Mack, Production  Manager, Coast News, P.O. Box  460, Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0. FAX;  (604)886-7725. TFN  Make money leeding KATZ (  DAWGS. 90% repeat sales. 683-  9961. I9w  Shared accommodation quiet  responsible roommate lot small 2  bdrm. seaside cabin. Avail. Mar. 1.  Call Andy 886-8546.        TFNs  1 bdrm. apt., view, partial, lurnished, $500 incl. utils., non-smok-  er.no pets. 886-3140.        I7w  Bnght clean 1 bdrm. ground floor  suite, duplex. Gibsons. FP, laundry. $500. Avail. Feb. 15. 277-  6205. I7w  . WATERFRONT 1 bd-m. cabin Lee  Bay, Pender Harbour. Fridge,  stove, laundry, elec. heat, avail.  Feb. 1,$400/mo.deposilrqd., N/S  prel. 863-9446. I7w  Gibsons close to malls, 1 bdrm.  suite, single person prelerred,  $550 plus 1/4 utils. 866-3107.I7W  Stereo awa*mcc*c<is ? bdrms.  available in large home m Davis  Bay. 685-7233. i7w  New 3 bdrm., 2 bath, view rancher, 2 bdrm. mobile home in  carport, near arena and golf, NS, Granthams. Great view. Avail.  NP, $800 685-3138. I9w    Mar. 1, $750Vmo.  1 bdrm. duplex, Sechelt Village,  $400Vmo. plus utils. Avail. March 1.  885-3982. I9w  Gibsons - sunny 1 bdim., ground  Hoot. Walk to mall, schools, W/D,  large yard, $595 incl. heal S hydro,  avail. Feb. 1.886-8859 eves. I7w  View, 2000 sq. ft. on 2 levels. 3  bdrm., lamily room, 5 mln.walk  trom slores, $890 + utils. 686-  4274. I7w  1 bdrm. suite, gourmet kitchen,  view, walkin closet, neat and  dean, W/D, avail. Feb. 15, $525.  936-5586. Mw  Room lor rent in co-op house,  Roberts Creek. Watertront, utils,  incl.. $350.886-8411. IBw  aai ii aaa  1 bdrm. suites, watertaat.abN-  cony, new carpets, paint, etc.,  $375,883-9177 ss  CENTURY WEST REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  885-2235  TFN  Small office space In prolessional  building. Pleasant surroundings,  pleasant associates. $250/mo.  885-7174. I9cn  Gibsons Relail or Office space -  500 lo 1000 square feel, $10 per  square lool triple net. Grant Realty 886-3330. TFN  Shop in Madeira Park, 1680 sq. It..  $400/mo. 883-2498. I9cn  sq. tt. lower floor, new building,  |n industrial site; 600 sq. ft. upper;  floor, Gibsons. 886-8204 or 535-  1871. I7w  BCYCNA  flSBTISM  COLUMBIA  AND YUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  asscc aanoN  295  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 communily newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669 9222.  $195  lor 25  words  S3 70eiich.iddilKanalword  AUTO  ENGINES REBUILT Irom  $995. 5 year 100,000 kms  warranty. Bond Mechanical  serving B.C. tor 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  tight trucks from $995. 5Year,  100.000 Km limited warran  lies. Canada Engines Ltd.  580-1050 (7 days) 1-600-  6653570, 856-5828 (evenings).   F-250.4X4's, Cummins Diesel, Explorers, Rangers,  Trucks. Up to $1500. cash  rebate. 'O' down O.A.C.  Payments Irom $189/month.  Phone Grant or Don collecl  538-9778.   BOOKS FOB SALE  DID YOU ATTEND THE  VERNON ARMY CADET  CAMP? Reed tut hilarious  new novel "STAND BY  YOUR BEDSI" by Cordell  Crott. Number0-9696248-  04 at ell Ovtarwaltaw-Sasvt-  on Foodt-Colet Storm or  your favorite book wore.  BUILOtNO SUPPLES  OOORSIWINDOWSIIntehor  and exterior wood, metal and  French Doors, wood win-  dows, skylights. MOREI Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at (604)268.1101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Proven Income Irom automated Video Rental Ma  chines. 400 Already Installed  in national retailers. Oppor  tunity to own yours now. No  Staff, No overheads. Wehave  sites. Financing available  (604)534-6151.   Great repeat service business. II you have the desire  to own your own business  wftli the support of Canada's  largest long cars organization call VVeed Man. Over  100 franchisas providing fertilizing and waad control from  coasl to coatt. (604)250-  8483 White Rock, B.C.  FLORIST BUSINESS Established IS ytart F.T.D. lease  available. Good location.  $65,000 lirm, Includet business, inventory, equipment.  900 Square laat newly renovated with basement and  walkin cooler. Rent$750plus  electricity. Sales up substantially Irom last year. Write  Box 485, RavatttDka, B.C.  VOE 2SO 1-837-6616  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  FOR SALE: Award-winning  small weekly newspaper,  southern Interior, Lumber/  tourist area. Write Publisher,  Clearwater Times, Box 1102  R.R.1, Clearwater, B.C. VOE  1NO, Fax:(604)674-3777.  If you want a lifetime easy job  in Kelowna buy it. Auto M/C  Snowmobile Salvage, 3 Bedroom Apt. above. Will train  $149,000. terms. Vern860-  1999. 766-4172.   FOH SALE MISC  KOALA KASUALS Is a line of  Canadian made cotton casual  wear sold through home parties. For more information on  becoming a Koala Kasuals  distributor or to book an introductory party call collect  (403)485-2960.  Busy Service Station business on tha last growing,  baiutiful Sunshine Coast. Se  nous enquiries only. Write lo:  Box 1493, Gibsons, B.C. VON  IVO.  DRUG RAID SEIZURES! Buy  din cheap. Cars, Houses,  Boats, Computers.Direct  from U.S./Canadian govern-  mint, FREE ILLUSTRATED  REPORT: Seizures, Dept.  bc9. #150-1857 West 4th,  Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1M4.  NEW CONCEPT. Unusual  product marketed 15 years  expansion. Earnings up to  40,000 par year. Sound in-  vestment. Responsible persons only. Call 437-9871.  EDUCATION  Train to be a 'CRM* ��� Cert-  fled Apartment Manager.  Many Jobs available. Over  2.000 graduates now working. Governmenl licensed  home-studycourse. R.M.T.I.  681 5456 or 1400-665-8339.  WESTERN CANADIAN  School of Auctioneering, next  course Mar. 22-Apr. 2/93. For  a Iree brochure call (403)250-  1281 or writ* to: #5, 2003  McKnight Blvd., N.E.,  Calgary, AB, T2E 6L2.  CHEF TRAINING PROGRAM. Make your future  financially secure. JoinCana-  da'slastettgrowing industry.  Cooking Is a recession-proof  carter. 17weekdlplomapro-  n. Gov't funding. Stu-  loant. Continuous  enrollmant Accommodation  tirangtd. Call Ann Marling,  DUBRULLE FRENCH CULINARY SCHOOL, Vancouver,  B.C. (604)738-3155, Toll-lree  1-800-667-7288.  MONEY MAKING OPPORTUNITIES! Leamlncome Tax -  Preparation or Basic Book- j  keeping. Tax deductible cer-  tilicate courses by home  study. Fortreebrochures.no  obligation, contact U&R Tax i  Services, 205-1345 Pembina |  Highway, Winnipeg, Manitoba I  R3T 286, 1-800-665-5144. I  Enquire aboutexclusive franchise territories now available  EMPLOYMENT  OPPORTUNITIES  WANTED: Ages 16 30 lo  work on farms in Europe,  Australia, New Zealand, Japan or U.K. Contact the International Agricultural Exchange Association, 1501 -17  Ave. S.W., Calgary, AB. T2T  OE2.  FINANCE  Govorrsment Grants A Loans.  Bil1 --^ ol dollars are made I  available to new and existing !  B.C. businesses. The Brad I  Book can show you how to  get your share.   Call now  (604)753-9424.   A $5000 Inveslmenl can return $4000 In Tax Savings.  For Information on the  WORKING OPPORTUNITY  FUND 6 RRSPs call  Robert Milroy - Global Secu  rititt.   1400-665-5856  FOB SALE UBC  ���'SEPTICTANKS$549.00>  NEW GOVERNMENT CER  TIFIED plastic septic tank.  Guaranleed to last 5 times  longer than concrete. Intro-  ductoryofler INCLUDES DISTRIBUTION BOX: Value  $65.00. Also large selection  water tanks. Visa. 1-800-  661-4473.  THE LAST STEEL BUILDING you'll ever need. FUTURE STEEL BUILDINGS,  tie recognized leader in al-  fordable, top-quality, Arch-  stylt Steal Buildings. Why  pay more?  O30'WX38'LX14'H-$6,274.  S30'WX40'LX14'H-$6,434.  delivered.  1-800-666-5111.  QUEBEC PURE MAPLE  SYRUP products. Gift pres-  antations, individual/bulk or-  ders. Raldridge Farm,  Huntingdon, Quebec JOS  1HO. Producers over 100  years. Fret Brochure. Collect: (514)264-3493, Fax:  (514)264-2482.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADS  An Advertising-Besl Buy-!  ELVIS PRESLEY'S lasl will  and testament. Special col-  lectors copy. 15 pages. At-  tractive cover. Write tor rea-  sonable prices which includes  2 tree Elvis stamps to: Keep-  sake. Box 2174, Lelhbndge,  AB. TU 4K7.  GARDENING  The Ultimate Gardener s  Store. 1,000's ot Products.  Greenhouses, Hydroponics.  Drip Irrigation. Huge Book  Selection. 80 Page, pholo  filled 1992 catalogue $4. re-  fundable on order. Western  Waler Farms, #103-20120  64ih Ave., Langley, B.C. V3A  4P7.   HELPWANTEO  ASSISTANT MANAGER  DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER.  Cache Creak B.C. One ot  two A.M.'s reporting lo lhe  owner. VERYbusysummers.  Time to breathe in the winter.  This is a friendly, results oriented atmosphere. Ability lo  effectively manage in a serv-  ice oriented ttmosphere as-  senna! Previous Dairy Queen  or restaurant experience not  required If you are the right  rype of person. Salary plus  performanct bonus. Reply  to Terry Htlntmann, Boa 430.  Cache Creek, B.C. VOK! HO.  LITTLE OPTIONS. Canadian Children's wear manu  lacturer requires home party  respresentatives. Ahighqual  ity product with unique con  cept backed bya 100% guar  antee. 1(604)3800873 Vic  tone,  An Administrator is requited  for tht Grand Forks District  Society for tht Handicapped.  The Society provides vocational and residential care  services for anumberol adulls  with mental handicaps. Re-  ply Tha Grand Forks and District Society For The Handicapped, Box 662, Grand  Forks, B.C. VOHtHO.Atln:  Hiring Committee Fax No:  (604)442-8524.  HELPl All women's non-ira-  ditional training program inlormation needed for national  databank Sand description  by March 15 to: Penny Poole,  Fanshawa College E1O20.  Box 4005, London, Ontario.  N5W5H1.  MOBILE HOMES  USED MOBILES. Manufac-  hire must clear all mobiles.  16 units to choose from.  Priced from $10,000. Noble  Homes (403)447-2333.  MOBILE HOMES  WINTER WORKS SPECIAL!  Any new mobile or modulai  home ordered during February will beequipped with'central air conditioning" ($3,000  value) FREE ot charge. We  will custom build your home.  Noble Homes(403|447-2333.  HIGH COUNTRY SALES.  Large Selection. New,  preowned. single. D/W and  modular houses available  immediately. Call 1 800-661 -  3101 or visit our sales village  on Highway 97 N. Vernon,  B��,    PERSONAL  EXCITINGPHOTOS- Karen.  Sylvie and Tanya have sensational personal photos lor  sale. For discreel inio write:  KAREN, Box 670GB.  Kelowna. B.C. V1Y 7P4.  Adulls Only Pleasel   Make Valentines Day really  I Special. Marital Aids, Linge  | rie etc.   Send $5 lor color  catalogue (relunded with first  ! order). Securline Marketing,  1630-1450 Johnston Road,  White Rock. B.C. V4B 5E9.  I REALESTATE   | NEW HOMES trom $55 so/ft.  | Quality Engineered Modular  Homes. Factory Buill for your  : sile. 2X61 walls, R40/R20  insulation. Showhomes at  DeMac Home Sales. Surrey.  (6041597-2181,   NEED MONEY' We pay  cash tor existing private mon-  gages. Quick, etlicient serv-  ice. Call Victoria 383-2043.  FORSALE9000sq.lt. commercial highway property in  Fernie, B.C. available w/w.o.  current business. Also, down-  town Fernie 4-plex with detached garages, three city lots  423-3344.   $79,900 Buy Now. Moderns  bedroom ranch, living, dining, country kitchen, basement, semi-tinished rec-  room. Prices exploding.  Beautiful Logan Lake. 523-  6924 collect, 671-0398 in-  vestment retirement elc.  SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vehicle In-  j jury claims. Joel A. Wener,  i trial lawyer tor 24 years. Call  S Iree: 1-800-665-1138. Con-  | tingency tees available.  | Simrsrs, Wener A Adler.  TRAVEL  DOWN UNDER SEAT SALE.  Australia R.T. 3/Mnth, 3/Stops  $1346. Australia O.W. $849.  New Zealand R.T. $1146,  New Zealand O.W. $799.  Cook Island 2/week package  $1517. ANZA TRAVEL 734-  7725, 1-800-667-4329.  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Wanted! Volunteer coordinators to take a  four week course on  Volunteer  Management.  $20.00/wk or $75.00  for four weeks. Call us  for more information.  Hurry, starts Feb. 11th.  A carpenter is needed  to assist a daycare in  Halfmoon Bay with  some small projects.  Materials and child  care provided.  ���A piano player is  Wde'tf-liT Sechelt'/  Davis Bay on Tues. &  Thurs. 9:30- 11:30am  for the parent/tot  group. Tons of Fun!  Tutors in Gibsons are  needed for an English  as a second language  program. Training  provided and flexible  hours.  FOR THESE AND  MORE  OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION  CENTRE AT  885-5881  A Service lunded by The  Ministry of Social Services  Diet Magic, up lo 30 lbs., 30 days,  $49.95. Willpower in a bottle,  100% natural. 206-332-7666, ext.  202. I7cn  Gutter installer wanted lor established siding business in Gibsons.  Experience necessary. Reply to  Box ��388. c/o Coast News, Box  460. Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. ��9w  Watkins famous spices, extract!  and home remedies since 1868  Dealers needed, product avail.  Call B. Duncan, Gibsons. 885  6205 ID 22513. ��9w  Pad-time salesperson required.  Bring resumes to Linda or Nadine  at Linnadine's Shoes, Sunnycrest  Mall, Gibsons. I7w  Exp. insulator required. Must have  own truck. Equipment an asset.  Phone after 6 pm 886-3741  I7w  Pan-time self-motivated energetic  outgoing person willing to take on  varied responsibilities. Apply in  person, with resume, to Zippers  Kids, Trail Bay Mall on Tues.,  Wed., Friday only. I8w  Home Support Workers lo do relief  work trom Poll Mellon to Egmont.  Preference given to those with  LTC Aide/Homemaker Certificate.  Others with related eiiperience will  be considered. Requirements:  good physical/emotional health,  car, available to work evenings  and weekends, as well as weekdays. Join the team that cares lor  seniors, families, persons who are  disabled, ill, or grieving. Phone  885-5144 or come to 1202-5710  Teredo Street, Sechelt (Bam-  4:30pm, Monday to Ftiday) to  mike application. Relerences  required. Deadline: February  16/13. I7w  34. Help Wanled  Now hiring friendly people lor Ihe  position ot servers. P/T, F/T, days  or nights. Apply in peison between  11-11:30 am oi 2-2:30 pm Tues.-  Frl., Omega Restaurant.     TFN  Lunch cook at the Omega Restaurant. Apply in person between 11-  11:30 am or 2-2:30 pom Tuesday-  Friday. TFN  Bookkeeper lor maiine business,  computer experience a must.  Knowledge ol the manrte business  an asset. Send resume to Bookkeeper, Box 459, Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0. TFN  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  $339.84 week, lamily ol 3 earns  $4417.92 monthly. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-2985. Copyright  #80010452. I15cn  Society lorming to promote Celtic  culture, unity, religion and private  education. We anticipate rapid  growth to international stature.  Opportunities exlsl to join as a  charter member and advance to a  paid posilion in sales oi administration. Call Dan at 885-4631 lor  interview. ��7cn  Assemble light pioducts Irom  home. Excellenl income. Call  amazing 24-hour RECORDED  message lor free details. (604)  623-2380 Ext. ��A74 (not a direct  hirer). TFN  Magic Diet, 30 lbs, 30 days $49.95  diet of the 21st century, bums lat.  increases energy. 206-332-7666  exten. 202 I7cn  35.Business &  Home Services  Samuel H. Grimes, last, efficient,  qualified Painter 1 Decorator. 886-  9407. ��9cn  CALL MR. PAINT 886-4210  or Pager #1 -978-8353. Your call  will be returned ASAP. Free estimates - 30 yrs. experience.  >9w  . Mr. Fixit - Decks - Digging -  Fences. W.H.Y. Help with almost  anything. 885-6180. . ��9w  Fine Woodwork  Staircases, Bannisters, Mantles,  Mouldings, etc. Celtic Crafts 886-  2844. ��9w  Quality carpentry at affordable  rates. For dependable work, call  885-5304. .     ��9cn  WINDMILL PAINTING  Interior, Exterior, Free Eslimates,  Reasonable Rates. Work Guaranteed. Phone 865-3918 oi BB6-  6194. I9w  Qualified man available tor woodshed, deck, dock construction.  Enquiries: Ftob 886-3822.   ��7cn  Window cleaning, Port Mellon to  Egmont. Free estimates. Ron 885-  5056. I9cn  Professional house cleaning, sitting, carpets, floors, insured, bonded. 883-9961. ��8cn  WINDOW CLEANING  Gutter cleaning, root maintenance,  General Building Maintenance Ltd.  Harvey 685-0640. ��8w  Creative Sundecks  Outdoor staircases, ramps, Gazebos, hot-tub enclosures, custom  patio furniture. Celtic Crafts 886-  2844. ��9w  Expenenced, reliable house cleaners, reasonable rates. 865-  0616*85-4165. a*8w  Make your dream a reality. Will  modify your prints to your lot or  design and draft your addition, renovation, garage or landscape feature. Quality construction also  available. Call Peler 885-8979  ��8cn  CABINETHEE  Custom cabinets (no 'particle  board' or simulated wood). Also  shelving, linishing, renovations,  journeyman cabinet maker. 885-  3551. ��8cn  35   Business i\  Home Services  MIKE'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  1 ton truck, we load, last, etlicient,  7 day seivice. Free estimates.  885-0979. ��1 icn  FOUNDATIONS  at, FHa&Millfi  TO LOCK UP  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Brace Fraser  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  attorlufljirr  sTjanrbrniT  Commertiol at Kesidenlial  Fully Insured  Fri*ndfy, Ktliabk Service  Fred Horth 886-3526  FORM RENTAL  Delivery and installation. Free estimate Pony 885-6188.       47cn  LAWN AND GARDEN  Fiuil tiee pruning and spraying,  landscaping, tree removal, hedge  trimming, garden clean-up. BB6-  0180. Jan. 47cn  Carpentiy, Drywall, Taping. 20  years experience. Call Hector 886-  8561. Men  Caipentry, renovations and  repairs. 20 yrs. experience. Call  Steve 886-6783. ��7w  ISUNFREE VINYL  Ml seasons decking material, Iree  estimates. Call Joe. 885-9235��9w  HANDYMAN  Carpentiy, painting, stone masonry, general home repairs. 685-  9235 Joe. ��9w  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 684-5324 or  886-2312 or 886-0436.       TFN  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, Iree estimates. Relerences  available. 886-3463.        TFNs  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 886-8095.       TFNs  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  'Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109."  1 TFN  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. ��8w  CARPENTRY'RENOVATIONS  ADDITIONS  by hour or contract, call 886-3107.  ���9cn  Handyman, available 7 days a  week tor your painting, carpentiy  or maintenance gobs. Call Scott  886-7054. ��9cn  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAi  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery  POaVEflFlJL TRUCK-  MOtNTEDEQUFMEtiT  BEST POSJBlf RESULTS  JtiSI/sSKIsitOtW)  886-3823  ina*au��u>Kmsis��iica*tmiNg  Plumber of 30 years exp. will do  plumbing renovations and maintenance. Excellent prices. 886-2801.  Men  SMALL'S WOODENWARE  Artist easels, kids easels, dart  board cases, shelving or custom  design household furniture, for  less han you'd expect. Call for an  estimate. Matt Small 886-8194.  IBcn  Cleanup, wood splitting, moving.  Reliable man seeks indoor/outdoor  work. Few hours - Few days. Rob  886-3622. I9w  Tutor, maths and science, all levels. 885-0175. ��8cn  Expenenced Class 3 driver w/air.  Courier, elc. Don 8854190. IBcn  Experienced Class One driver tor  hire. Demo 4 lowbed expei. CaH  Ron 885-0232. I9cn  Handyman avail., yard work,  labour, power tools, etc. 885-7693  message. Board in lieu ot wages.  Men  Able man with pickup available tor  rubbish removal and light rvst'ing.  Ron 885-5056. Men  Foundalions and framing. S. Hate-  ly, 885-5448. Men  'DO YOU NEED'  Lawn/yard maintenance, brush  cutting, bucking wood, light hauling, window cleaning, whatever.  885-3737. I8cn  Falling, selective logging since the  70's. Danger Iree work. Windfall  Resources. 885-7518.        Mw  Willing to do anything. No job too  small, have chainsaw. Lee 885-  0165. Mw  Will provide personal care, home-  making or companionship duties in  your home. Hourly, daily or  overnight rates available. Phone  Men  Hard working honest man will do  any job, flexible 886-7559.  Men  - **_-*---_-.���-���.- ��� * '".,-_��� -_v- ''-_/'���*-'  ���XtC:  -** -  st >* j i -f -: i } Coast News, February 15, 1993  17  Const News Classifieds  37. Child Care ��� 38   Business  Opportunities  Typist available. I have Wotd-Per-  lect on my IBM compatible computer. 80-100 WPM, competitive  rates. 886-7375. I7w  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates,  free estimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 885-9576.   ��8w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd fobs.  885-3917. TFNs  Compiele Bobcal Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls ��� Trenching  LaivJscape Constiuction  Dninege  666-8538  37   Child Care  Opening soon - Kiddle Cat  licensed day care near West  Sechelt elem. Certified staff. For  into snd ragislntion 885-7759.  RAINBOW PRESCHOOL  now openings for children ages 3  a 4. Phone 886-5498 Jonnita HI 5  pm, to register. TFN  Young Gramma will give lots ol  TLC to your child, my home. Rels.  avail. 886-7490. I9w  Loving caregiver looking lor reliable position. First-aid. References  avail. 886-7559. I8cn  Spaces available lor 3-5 yr. olds in  a licenced small group centie.  Fully qualified Early Childhood  Educators provide days full ol lun  learning activities. There is a lamily feeling in a bright, clean home  environment and a natural, parklike setting only 10 min. wesl ol  Sechelt. Come and see us! Call  Dancing Bear Early Childhood  Centre 885-5607. IBw  Exp. Mom would  like to provide  lamily type care  In my home.  Sale, lun, F/T or  P/T. Reasonable rates,  Rels avail. 886-2227.  Looking for reliable res. caring sitter pan-time In our home. 886-  7977. I7w  Playmates Daycare - A licenced  facility on Chaster Rd. has 2 FT  spaces avail. Immediately. Rels.,  1st aid, full daily schedule including craft time, circle lime, free play,  hot lunches, toys and giggles. Call  Yvonne 886-4643. I7w  Mom w/rels. would like to daycare  your little one - babies welcome.  886-7933. Mw  Molly Mouse Daycare. Spaces  avail. 18 months to school age.  Fun-filled, caring environmenl with  early childhood trained stall. 886-  3913 I8w_  Loving mom will do daycare. Lots  ol room, reliable, reasonable, CPR  Level-D. 885-0720. I7cn  38. Business  Opportunities  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  IHUSOVARNA  . FOREST t GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available lor Sechelt  Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  INVITATION TO TENDER  MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT,  LANDS AND PARKS  Tha Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks  invites separate tenders lor the maintenance of  Visitor Services within each ol the following  Provincial Parks:  The parks are:  1. HALKETT BAY MARINE PARK: on the  asoutheastern corner of Gambler Island in Howe  Sound. Mandatory bidders meeting March 1,  1993 at Porpoise Bay Park Office, Sechelt, B.C.  at 10:00 am.  2. OKEOVER ARM PROVINCIAL PARK: located  25 km north ot Powell River on Hwy. #101.  Mandatory bidders meeting March 2,1993 at the  Courthouse building (conference room), 6953  Alberni Street, Powell River, B.C. at 10:00 am.  Mandatory bidders' meeting will be held lor each  park on the above mentioned dates. Anyone  attending a bidders' meeting must be registered  and in possession of the tender documents prior  to commencement ol the bidders' meeting.  To register your interest and receive a copy ot  the request for tender document, provide cash,  money order or bank draft for $26.75 ($25.00,  plus G.S.T. ol $1.75) payable to the Minister of  Finance and Corporate Relations:  Documents will be available until February 26,  1993 at the following addresses:  Garibaldi/Sunshine Coast District,  Alice Lake Provincial Park,  P.O. Box 220,  Brackendale, B.C.  VON 1HO  Telephone: 898-3678  or  Government Agent  6953 Alberni Street,  Powell River, B.C.  V8A2B8  Telephone: 485-2815  Government Agent  102 Toredo Street  Sechelt, B.C.  VON SAO  Telephone: 885-5187  The information about this opportunity may be  obtained from Mr. Ian Pepper, Zone Manager at  the Brackendale Parks otlice.  The tender may also be viewed at the above  mentioned olfices Iree of charge.  The deadlines tor submitting tenders are:  1. Halkelt Bay   1:0OP.M., March23,1993.  2. Okeover Arm 1:30 P.M., March 23,1993.  Deliver completed tender prior to closing time to:  Eflslal  Ministry of Parks  Garibaldi/Sunshine Coast Dist.  P.O. Box 220,  Brackendale, B.C.  VON1HO  Courier or Hand Delivered  Ministry of Parks,  Garibaldi/Sunshine Coast Dist.  Alice Lake Park,  13 km north of Squamish on Highway 99  Sealed tenders will be opened in public at the  above mentioned time and place. The lowest or  any tender will not necessarily be accepted.  Ministry ot Environment, Lands and Parks,  Honorable John Cashore, Minister  MINISTRY OF  ENVIRONMENT,  LANDS and PARKS  Seivice station lor sale. Apply Box  1493, Gibsons, VON 1V0.   Men  Do your plans for the future  exceed your income? Diversity  your income. Serious Inquiries  only. For appointment call Dale  886-4899,8 am -9pm.      17m  Busy service station business on  fast growing, beautilul Sunshine  Coast. Serious enquiries only.  Write to: Box 1493, Gibsons, BC  V0N1VO. ItOcn  Law Office of Welsh 1 Gray ��� We  are looking loi Iwo witnesses to an  automobile accident in Sechell by  the PetroCan on November 23,  1992. The accident was between a  black Trans-Am and a silver  Sprint. Both witnesses are in their  20s. The male is aboul 6 feet and  heavy set with black curly hair and  the lemale is shod with long dark  hair and was very pregnant. We  ask these witnesses or anyone  knowing their identity to call 885-  3291. Mw  41. Storage  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  Wasle Management File  No.PR-11935  APPLICATION  FOR A PERMIT  UNDER THE  PROVISIONS OF  THE WASTE  MANAGEMENT  ACT  THIS APPLICATION Is  lo be filed wilh the  Regional Waste  Manager al 15326 103A  Avenue, Surrey, British  ColumbiaV3A 7A2.  "Any person who may be  adversely affected by Ihe  discharge or storage of  the waste may wilhin 30  days from the last date of  posting under section 3  (a) or publication, service  or display under section  4, write the manager  stating how he Is  affected."  PREAMBLE - The  purpose of this  application is for the  disposal ol Inert  materials lo land.  1. I/We, Canadian  Forest Products Ltd.,  2800-1055 Dunsmuir  Street ol P.O. Box  49420, Bentall Postal  Station, Vancouver,  B.C. V7X 1B5 hereby  apply for a permit to  discharge refuse from  McNab Camp (Logging  Camp) located at  McNab Creek, 6 km  North ol Port Mellon,  B.C. and give notice of  application to all  persons affected.  2. The refuse-disposal  sile ol approximately  .25 hectares will be  located al L677A  Group 1, New  Westminster District.  The South East Corner  Lol 677A which Is  approximately 600  meters West and 200  meters North ol the  South East Corner.  3. The type of refuse  discharged will be  Municipal.  4. The rale of discharge  will be: Average dally  volume (cubic metres,  based on operating  period): N/A. Total  annual discharge: 100  5. The composition of  the refuse (in per cent  by weight or volume) is  estimated to be: mostly  plastic, tins, cans,  etc.... material we do  not want incinerated.  6. The type and  Irequency of treatment  lo be applied is:  covered with gravel as  required or at least one  time per year.  7. Dated this 22nd day  ol January, 1903.  H.F. Gazeley  Telephone No. 884-  5264, Fax 884-5257  Contact person: Fred  Gazeley.  A copy ol this application  was posted at the site In  accordance with the  Wasle Management  Regulations on February  8,1993.  39  Legal  INVITATION TO TENDER  Description: Rental all found with operator or  mowing and civil equipment - L.M. area.  Reftrence:SOMQ-322  Closing Date: 09 March, 1993  Tenders may be obtained at : Production  Purchasing, 6911Southpoint Dr., Bth Floor,  Burnaby, B.C., V3N 4X8. Sealed tenders clearly  marked with reference numbers will be received  on 8th Floor, address above, until 11:00 am on  above closing dates. (604) 528-3188 / 2575.  BC hydro  Turn  those  unwanted  items  into,  fee  Sell them  in the  Coast News  and  Coast News  Weekender  Classifieds!  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing  8c Toy Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Cenlre  Pmtn'&ewii'*  JflABlNA.  TOTAL SHOPPINQ  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Product!  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tofts, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitor* Webcome  | I /2 MILE NasaaTM of garden bat Rd.  HWV. lOI 883-9S4I  883-2888  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francl* Peninsula Place  Corner ot Sunshine Coast Hwy. &  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  Panda, Haiboua. B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  DINING  RESTAURANTT  883-9919  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  kleSndale  Tar & Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolds   883*9303   Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883*2715  SERVICES  To advertise in  this space,  call Janice  at 885-3930  IAWYER  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-8222  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  Notice Board  ��� Ongoing events must be updated monthly  ��� We reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  ��� All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine community interest  ��� Items will be listed three weeks prior to the event.  $  lAmmAV*  The Sunshine  Coast News  MONDAY, FEBRUARY IS  DudllM tor Suncoast Writers' Forgo Writing  ContMt ��� send your original writing, fiction or non-  fiction, to Writers' Forge. Sox 2154. Sechelt, B.C. VON  SAO. Maximum: 1500 words. Rules and entry  requirements an available at your local bookstore, or  call Jan DeGrass at 886-4692.  Canadian Cancer Society, Sunshine Coast Unit  regular monthly meeting. Regional Boards Office,  Royal Terrace, Sechell. Public welcome. Info: 885-  8451.  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1*  Sunahlne Coaat Bualnase and Proteaelonal  Woman dinner meeting 6-9 pm at the Golden City  Restaurant in Sechell The club will be celebrating  International Night at this meeting and will have Finnan  exchange student Sanna Saastamoiiasn as their guest  speaker. It you would like lo attend this meeting please  call Siena al 665-5773  Family Support Group ol the Mentally Challenged  meeting, 7 pm at Ihe Living Faith Lutheran Chuich.  Davie Bay, Sechell. 865-4099/B83-9935  WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17  Christian Woman's Luncheon at SI. John's Unled  Church, Davis Bay, 11 am-2 pm. Women ot an failhs  invited to come share the fellowship. Into: Mary  Bonnet!, 885-5925; Belly Smith. 885-9367  C.W.L monthly meeting 7:30 pm. Please attend this  important meting as we will be vote on proposed  bylaws to our constitution and an increase in  Q.K. Can Centre AuxMory annual general meeting, 6  pm at the Kiwanis care Home. All members please  attend this important meeting.  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IS  Amnesty International Group 160 regular monthly  meeting: 7:30 pm at Sechelt Elem. School. Everyone  welcome. Roger 85-7143 or Shirley 683-1154.  St, Maiy's Hoepial Auxilary. Hopkins Branch regular  monthly mooting, 1:30 pm in the dining hall al Camp  Sunrise. New members most welcome.  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20  C.A.M.E.O. Singles Club wine and cheese party,  SfVpereon, Kirkland Centre, Davis Bay, 7 pm. Every  single welcome. Info; 886-3354 or 885-9966.  Sunshine Coast Saamonad Enheiaa-aMnant Society  needs volunteers to train in hatchery procedures at  Chapman Creek Hatchery - call Bob Anstead, 685-  Sunshlne Coaat Land Stowerd Society annual  meeting, 11 am, SCRD office, Sechelt. Everyone  welcome. Guest speaker J. Tyhson Banlghen. Info:  Brian Cole 885-5026 or Al Silver 685-1951 (eves).  Btoeeoms and BroWae Contest: Celebrate provincial  Heritage Week by decorating your old umbrellas, or  draw a decorated umbrella on 8x11 paper. Win exciting  prizes! For more information, call the Elphinstone  ftoneer Museum, 886-8232 (ask tor Jean).  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21  Aria Council Countryside Series Les Coucous  Benevoles. "Passion and Pastorale: Cantatas and  Chamber Music trom the French Baroque,' 2:30 pm at  Raven's Cry Theatre To donate tickets or lo purchase  singles, call 686-2324, 885-4402 or call Raven's Cry  day ol conceal 885-4597.  "DUO Cec alalia" performs at Pender Harbour School  ot Music, 2 pm. Tickets: S10 (non-members), $6  (members), tree (12 and under) at Sunny's in Madeira  Park or Talewind Books In Sechet.  MMCEUANEOUS  Elahfcwsxine Mcawar Museum. 716 VWm Rd., across  from Pos; Otlice, Gibsons Displays are constanlly  changing. Wheelchair acceesfcle.For hours ot opening  or to book a tour 886-8232. 13  "Living with Cancer" Support Group meetings in  Gibsons and Sechelt. For info re: times and places, call  Pearl al 886-6369. All welcome1 13  Help ua to help our wildlife. Membership drive for  S.C. Wildlife Rehab Centre. $10 per year, Feb. to Feb.  Box 6. Trout Lake Rd.. Haltmoon Bay. BC VON 1Y0.  865.5997. 13  Ponder Haibour Aquatic A FUraeee Centra: Feb. 14-  II; "Dane* lor Heart" Bring a fnand 2/1 to all fitness  classes & win prizes for raising funds for the Heart &  Stroke Foundation  AJV Meotfnge every Monday & Wednesday. 6 pm.  Pender Harbour Health Cenlre. Madeira Parte 13  Events at Rockwood Contra: Northwest Style Indian  Carving with Bradley Hunt starts Feb. 16: Children's Art  Classes with Greta Guzek; Creative Drama for  Children, Mondays 3:45-5:15 pm; Drawing and  Watercolour with Do Jarvis starts Feb 24;  Shakespeare - The Tragedies with Peter Millard starts  Feb. 22  MONDAYS  (Hbeoiw Penekoners Branch #38 Scottish Country  Dsnclno. 6pm at Harmony Hall. For into call 886-  3073. 06  New Hortaon Qroup - The Elphinstone New Honzon  Group in Robens Creek haa started again For Ihose  50 and over interested in playing bndgs. bingo,  cribbage aivj/or carpet bowling the meetings are held  in the Community Use Room at Roberts Creek  Elementary Mondays from 1:30 lo 3:30 p.m. New  members are encouraged. For information call 865-  7203 or 885-5375. 06  DlWwuud Mayan 2nd Annual Drama Course - Feb.  18 through March 6. 7-9 pm. Etphinalone Secondary  drama room. Course lo cover basic drama exercises  and scene study. Lm��ed lo 10. Cost: $50. Pre-regislsr  Pam Fechtner 886-7476. 06  Drop-In Lile Drawing (clothed), Iree. 9 30-noon,  Harbour Gallery, Madeira Park. Into: June. 863-2807.  08  Soundwaves Suing Training Ensemble meets wih  professional Vancouver violinist Lorraine Gresco-  Ovenell from 4-6 pm to the end ot April. Open to all  string players who are not absolute beginners, no  charge. Into: Lyn Vernon, 686-0995. Private lessons  can be arranged. 08  Tuberculin CMcs will be held in Gibsons Feb 15 and  22 at the Gibsons Health Unit. No charge. Into: 886-  8131.  Tuberculin Clinics will be held in Sechell Feb 15 and  22 al Ihe Sechelt Health Unil. No charge. Into: 885-  5164.  TUESDAYS  Gabsont Penslonere Branch #36: Exercise Class. 11  am at Harmony Hall, lor info, call 886-3544; Bridge  starts 1 pm. tor into call 886-7685. 09  Qabeone Table Tennis Club meets trom 7 -10 pm in  Elphinstone Secondary Cafeteria. All skill levels welcome Call Jim al 886-2775. OS  Lfoetyleo for Seniors wellness exercises, 9:30 am at  51 Bails Church Hall Info. 886-9056. 08  Child Heath Clinics will be held in Gibsons Feb.16  and 23 with an extra CHC Feb. 22. No charge. Into:  996-8131.  WEDNESDAYS  Caregivers' Support Qroup meets. 1-3 pm at  Kirkland Cenlre, Davis Bay. Into, call Barbara. 885-  5144 0,865.1934. OB  Women's Dive Club meets second Wed. ol every  month at 7 pm at Seasport Scuba. All female divers  welcome. 08  Sunshine Toaelmasters moatlnge at 7:30 pm at  Chatelech Secondary, Room 115. Leam leadership,  communication and public speaking skills. Everyone  welcome. For into, call 885-3206. 06  Navy League Cadets for males & females 10 to 13  years of age, 6:30pm in Glbaons Legion Hall.  Continuous regetralson year round. Uniforms provided.  Call Marc. 866-7089. 06  Qabeone PtMMlofiare Branch #36: Carpet Bowing at  l-larmony Hall. 1:00 pm. Info: 888-9271. 08  ChMron'e Story Hour. 10 -11 am al Wilson Creek  Hall, sponsored by WC Reeding Centre and WC/DB  Communily Assoc. Bring a snack. Volunteers invited  as readers, library helpers and/or hosts. Info: Hilda,  885-9863 or Reiko. 885-5264. 06  Suncoast Writers' Forgo meets on ths second  Wednesday of every month to leam from one another  during critique workshops All writers are welcome,  from poets to technical, from novice to professional.  Bnng 4 pages of your work, photocopied. Please )Oin  us at Rockwood Centre. 7:30 pm. For more info: Jan  DeGrass. 886-4692. 12  Community Badminton al Elphinstone Secondary  gym, 8-10 pm. January-April 886-2467 06  Child Hearth Clinics will be held in Sechelt Feb 17  and 24 with extra CHCs Feb. 6 and 16 No charge.  Into 865-5164.  Travelers' CMee will be hold in Sechelt Feb 17 and  24 al the Sechell Heallh Unit. No charge. Inio 685-  5184.  THURSDAYS  Sunshine Coasl Twins or Triplets Club meel first  Thursday of every month, 10 am al Rockwood in  Sechelt. Anyone interested bnng your children or can  865-7679 tor more into. 08  Birth Control Cimie at Coast Garibaldi Health Unit,  494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons, from 7 to 9 pm. Everyone  avelcome. no sppointment necessary. 685-7770. 06  JC's Weight Lou Support Qroup meets afternoons  12 30-2:30pm. call 886-2692. and evenings 6:30-  6:00pm. call 886-7159. at Ihe Un��ed Chuich, Glasetord  Rd., Gibsons. 08  Qfcaons Ponstonsrs branch #36. Bingo at Harmony  Hay. 7:00 om. Eveivone welcome. Into: 886-9906. 08  Child Health Clinics will be held in Pender Harbour  Feb. 4.18 and 25. No charge. Info: 885-5164.  Travellers Clinics will be held In Gibsons Feb. 16 and  25 at the Gibsons Health Unit. No charge. Info: 886-  6131.  Sunshine Sllmmera support for weight loss. Davis  Bay, 6:30 pm. Phone Joan. 885-2098 13  FRIDAYS  Qabeone Untied Church Thrift Shop, open 1 - 3 pm  n basemenl at rear, off Truman Rd. 06  Multiple Sderoels Support Qroup meets lasl Friday  of every month al 10 am al the Coast-Garibaldi Heallh  Unit in Sechelt (opposite post office) Your participation  as welcomed. 08  SATURDAYS  SC Minor Hockey Moat Draws. 2 - 5 pm al the  Wakefield Inn. Call 885-7666. 08  Bridge, firsl and third Saturdays al SC Golf & Country  Club, 7:30 pm. S2.50Vperson. bring a partner. Into: 885-  5426.       *-*-�����*- _  Chapman Crook Hatchery Tours, Weekly group  tours by sppointment only. 4381 Parkway Rd. (off Field  Rd'WIIoon Creek. 685-4136 08  Sunshine Coaat Hospice volunteer training program  - March 6, 13 and April 13. Phone Sunshine Coasl  Homo Support Society, 885-5144.  mm It. Coast News, February 15, I ���>*>.��  m&  APPLIANCES  "Y���� SotuMgt SUw"  news  /MOW OPEN  Mon-Fri: 9-5 JO   5af.  10-5  We carry HOTPOINT  ��� Fridges ��� Dishwashers  ��� Ranges ��� Freezers  ��� Washer/Dryers ��� Range Hoods  We are located at #927 Hwy 10. Gibsons, next fo  jaWMM Sunto Printing and Home Hardware  I i 886-3606  SEPTIC  SYSTEM  I  Natural tree regeneration growing  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  If A  ss  Abusdoned pets slitter anxiety, abuse, attacks and  accidents. Your pat deserves better. If you can no  longer keep your pet, cal the S.P.C.A. lor assistance,  ���("action 1441 ol His Criminal Cede ol Canada  |m| Waapaaataltiea-ssnoanrolapaaJitoillaaiTiaa,!���,  A meaaage Irom the B.C. Humana Education Socaaty, educational arm ol lhe B.C.S.P.C.A.  ft urn page I  'The whole thing has been leully light-  cued up," Cireenfield agreed, recalling his  firsl year planting in 1969.  "When I first started it's jusl amazing to  me lhal anything ever grew.  "They'd hire a guy off the street and call  him a foreman and they'd hire a truck load  of guys who'd never planted a Iree and  didn't know which end of a shovel to use  and they'd head up to the hills. There was  just no quality control at all. Everybody got  their wage."  It wasn't until the early 1970s, Greenfield  explained, when the government entered a  contracting system that things began to  improve.  "The contractors became accountable," he  said, "So if you didn't do the job right you  didn't uiil paid."  And from there it's been a steady increase  in forestry guidelines, boosting each tree's  chance of survival upwards past 80 per cent.  In fact, he'd go so far as lo say Ihere is  very little room for improvement in the quality control of trees being planted today.  The success of a jointly funded $300 million federal-provincial program labelled the  Forest Resource Development Agency  (FRDA), has also had ils effect on planting.  Implemented in 1985, Ihe idea behind  FRDA was to catch up on a backlog of cut-  blocks that had not been satisfactorily  replanted.  "Maybe a billion trees were planted on  this program," Greenfield explained, adding  it made a big difference to the backlog sites,  most of which were in Northern BC.  However, funding for FRDA ended in  1989 and, when in 1991 FRDA II was created, the emphasis had shifted from planting  trees to tending the plantations lhat are  already established.  "It sort of makes sense," said Greenfield.  "Bul Ihis has bad repercussions for our particular industry...you can see one third of the  market has disappeared in two or three  years."  Partially due to Ihe shift in emphasis, he  said, fewer trees will be planted in BC -  declining from 320 million trees planted in  1990 to approximately 220 million ihis year.  Brinkman said the province is continuing  to reforest backlog areas in a smaller scale  under alO-year incremental program.  "They're eliminating less and less each  year," he said, "so by the year 2000 there's  nothing."  But the biggest single move lo hurl the  tree planting industry, in Brinkman's opinion, occurred in 1987 when the province  amended the Porest Act, requiring all parties  who harvest limber to carry oul the functions  of basic silviculture.  While lhat meant a jump of about 38 per  cent in the sites requiring reforestation,  reliance on natural regeneration also  increased.  The nel result was an approximate 15 per  cenl decrease in lhe area planted.  "That represents aboul 45 million Irees  that used lo be planted that are now being  replaced by naturals acknowledged as  acceptable, well-established species.  "Personally while I think it's a hard thing  for our businesses and it's a hard thing for  the employment of students and youths and  olher people who have careers (in the industry)," Brinkman said, "1 think it's the best  Ihing for the forest to acknowledge all the  natural regeneration - that's the right species  and Ihe right place - and still plan for the  rest.  " There's a lot more of thai happening."  i  SUNSHINE   COAST   INSURANCE   AGENCIES   LTD   GIBSONS   MOTORISTS  If you buy ICBC insurance at  the Gibsons Motor Licence Office,  you're missing a great deal.  BIG SAVINGS  ��� The first deal you're missing out on is  Sunshine Coast Insurance's exclusive 10%  discount on our Safe Drivers' Package.  When you qualify, this policy can save you 10% on  your collision/comprehensive auto insurance.  Available to most drivers with five years' accident free driving, our package offers you the  only chance to save money on BC's increasingly expensive auto insurance.  COMPLETE RAhJGE OF SERVICES  CONVENIENCE  ��� Secondly, when it comes to auto  insurance we can do everything the  Motor Licence Office can do including all ICBC insurance policies.  In addition, we offer a wide range of  insurance policies from home and tenant  insurance to commercial and life insurance. A  stop at our offices will take care of all your insurance needs.  ��� Next you should consider our convenient location and extensive hours.  Situated in Gibsons Park Plaza near the IGA,  Sunshine Coast Insurance has spacious offices  with ample parking, courteous staff ready to  help you and hours of service designed to fit  your time table. We arc open all day Saturday  and during regular business hours Monday to Friday.  INSURANCE IS OUR BUSINESS  ��� Finally don't forget that our only  business is insurance.  You won't find anyone more knowledgeable about solutions to your insurance needs than the staff at Sunshine  Coast Insurance Agencies.  Simplify your life and take care of all your  insurance requirements at our OneStop insurance agency. Don't miss out on a great deal!  SUNSHINE COAST  INSURANCE AGENCIES  LTD  Check ul out!  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-2291  Gibsons Park Plaza, Gibsons  886-7751  Guide/Scout week  activities planned  around the Coast  Girl Guides prepare lo celebrate Guide/Scout Week  throughout Ihe world during the  week "of Feb. 21-28.  Feb. 22 is lhe joint birthdale  of Ihe Founder of Scouting and  Guiding, Lord Baden-Powell  and his wife Lady Baden-Powell  and is observed each year lo  focus on Ihe international aspect  of Ihe associations. Guiding is  active in 118 countries and pro-  moles understanding and friendship between all races and  creeds.  Through Guiding's Mutual  Aid Program, member countries  may submit requests for financial aid and assistance with projects for lhe expansion and benefit of Guiding in these countries.  Through donalions In the  World Friendship Fund, Guiding  has buill wells in Burkina Fasti,  established literacy classes in  Zambia and in numerous other  ways has helped in under-developed countries or disaster areas.  Bach province in Canada is,  or has been twinned wilh a  country less fortunate than  Canada.  British Columbia has been  twinned with Papua New  Guinea and currently is with Ihe  Solomon Islands and Kiribati, a  group of small islands in the  Pacific.  The aim is to help young  women upgrade their skills  through educational courses to  enhance their chances for  employment or lo establish  small businesses or co-operatives,  Locally, Sunsliine Coasl  members of Scouting and Guiding will join together Feb. 21 al  Chatelech School for a piogiam  of games and activities and a  birthday celebration.  During litis week in February  watch for displays of Guiding in  the Landing Store in lower Gibsons, al Sunnycrest Photo in Ihe  Mall and al Morgan's Mcnsweiir  in Trail Bay Mall. .Sechell.  For further information on  Ihis program for girls and  women, please call Division  Commissioner Lorna Snazell al  886-20.18 or Agnes l.abonle al  886-7415.  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"It started off in 1960 as a  pretty nice speedboat," says Jim  Dougan. "It's been sunk I don't  know how many times and has  had I don't know how many  engines."  Beyond the floats, a wooden  box of tools, and a custom rig-  up of instruments beside the  steering wheel, a list of compass  settings is written out on a piece  of cardboard: Pender Harbour  from Texada, north 347 degrees;  Nanaimo from Texada, soulh  east 125.  Behind the VHF marine radio  forecasting light south easterly  winds in Ihe strait is a sticker on  the cabin wall: "God is greater  than any problem I have."  There's no radar, Loran or  aulomalic pilot. Once, lost in the  fog, Dougan says he overshot  the island coming home from  Lasqueli. "You learn to pray a  lot," he comments.  A life of dead reckoning is a  style now long-familiar lo  Dougan, who grew up on Texada and for ihe past 20 years has  had a homestead built of driftwood on the south tip of the  island.  For the most part, he's abandoned an existence of convenience and mortgages in favour  of a kind of solitude.  "Money's what buggers  things up," he says. "Most guys  probably made more in the last  two years than I've made in the  last 30."  Originally, Dougan's grandfather came to Ihe island to log  over 50 years ago after getting a  call from a logging contractor,  Ole Buck, about some work on  the south end of Texada.  "He got my grandfather dirt  cheap of course, because what  else was there to do," says  Dougan.  During the 1940s "they got  almost nothing for their logs but  the big deal was keeping their  sons out of the army," he says.  "As long as they were working  in industry they weren't going to  get drafted."  Eventually a small community sprang up. His uncle bought a  plane and his dad built an  airstrip with a bulldozer. There  were even a couple of Cadillacs  to drive over the logging roads.  "All loggers if they're worth  their salt want a Cadillac," says  Dougan.  As Texada draws closer, fog  rolls over bolh in front of the  boat and behind, shutting out the  island and the mountains of the  mainland and leaving only a  steel-coloured sea, as though  part of a final rite of passage.  The sound of the engine echoes  around in the mist. Slowly, the  south tip of Upwood Point  begins to make a dark shape in  the fog.  When the island opens in  front of the boat again, it looms  up from the water, the outline of  trees standing up like fur along  its spine. Fir and arbutus twisted  with wind grip the rocky shoreline.  Dougan gestures to a spot  where they took out marble at  the beginning of the century.  "They cut it out in benches,"  with a widge and feathers sys  tem of leverage to drive the marble apart, he says. When hia  family arrived in the 1940s,  some of the old tracks and carts  were slill around. By now it's all  long gone, part of the island's  past that's slowly been erased  by time.  The boat moves into Anderson Bay and Dougan cuts the  engine, untying the skiff. He  rows ashore, pointing out the  'Money's what  buggers things up...  Most guys  probably made  more in tbe last two  years than I've  made in the last 30"  -Jim Dougan  spot where the old log dump and  the cookhouse used to be.  At one time, his mother's  family - another line of loggers -  owned 160 acres at the south  end of the island. Both his mother's and father's families - the  Coxes and the Dougans -logged  out of Anderson Bay.  "They dumped into one side  of the bay and we dumped into  the other," he sajllT*Tt ftade for  some dicey times,1 all being  together and being loggers."  "We grew up in clan. That's  what's wrong with me now.  Never did get used to the outside world."  "The thing about logging is  none of the golden rules of society apply."  His oars dip into the water.  "Just before it gets dark one  of the most beautiful things you  can do is go out in a skiff and  troll around the bay...spring  salmon, you can smell them."  Back in the Texada Queen 2,  he pulls through "the gap"  between the large island and a  smaller one and around to the  south end at Upwood Point,  where the wind picks up.  He points to a marker offshore.  "The marker wasn't always  on that rock. Once my dad was  coming home from Anderson  Bay and a guy had put a 50-foot  fish raft on that rock."  turn to page 20  "GOOD DEAL MEALS"  are back  Sunday to Thursday  February 14-18,1993  laiiKtlMimdaya)  This Week's Feature  U^3  1. BBQ KJbs  2. Chicken Souvlaki  3. Chicken Athena  4. Calamari Dinner  5. Two (2) Half Orders of  Baked lasagna with salad or  Baked Spaghetti with salad  O'M'E'G'A  RESTAURANT  GOWER   PT.   RD  smjm.  aa*Ma*a*a��a��a*a  mm 20  Coast News, February 15,  199J  [northwdodsly  820 KIWANIS WAY, GIBSONS  Enjoy An Active - Carefree Lifestyle  22 Quality Patio homes - Adult Oriented, Single Level  Prices start <it $1.13,800 - 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath 1 Iomes  (604) 886-4680  Foi hntlier iitfinnuitn'li contact  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  Hans Ounpuu, RR2, S7, C2ts,  Gibsons, BC von l vo a pax; (8)4) 8��6 462i  feature  South wind blows enchanment, magic  $10FFANYF00TL0NGSUB  ���With tbe purchase of a (small) soft drink  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons 8860440  L  Sun. - Thurs. open till midnight, Fri. - Sat. open till 2 a.m.  J  Carving  a simple  life out of  Texada's  shores  from page 19  Another uncle held a theory  lhat instead of spending lime in  jail, criminals should simply be  chained to Ihe rock in a good  southeaster.  At the south end of Ihe  island, the wind blows all the  lime, he says, bul "Ihe place I  live is very enchanted. It's  magic. Everybody feels it."  Around a comer, a collection  of shake and driftwood cabins  gaze out from the edge of a pebbly beach.  The original part of the house  was put together in 1970 and  "I've been building it ever  since," he says. "If everything  else blows up I can live."  He counts items like matches, salt and nails among a small  list of necessities, anything that  "costs so little compared to its  usefulness it would be stupid to  be without it."  A large front room with a  woodstove and a table hung  from the ceiling looks out over  the strait. There's a small collection of books, spare chairs suspended from the wall and storage up above the kitchen in the  rafters. The door handles are  made with the smooth bone of  deer antlers.  "Some people aie herd animals and others are individuals...," he says. "I tried all sorts  of things lo make a living: carving, fixing boats, building houses. I picked a whole bunch Of  salal...1 didn't make much  money."  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One thing he's been able to  do over the years is work on his  music on Texada, producing  several cassettes of original  songs under Ihe label Skinny  Jimmy's Snack Bar and playing  for live audiences up and down  the coast.  In songs like "Beachcomber  Blue" "Southeast" and "Christmas Tow" there's a deep twang  reminiscent of Hank Williams  or Johnny Cash combined with  lyrics on the blowing wind and a  sense of isolation. "Silence does  have a sound to it."  That's not always the kind of  music he plays live. "Bars have  a certain kind of music you get  asked for," says Dougan. "You  got to keep them happy. Music  is a drag you know. They want  you to play just loud enough so  they almost can'l hear each  other."  On top of a rock bluff overlooking the property, the line of  the horizon blurs to the south.  There's the mainland lo the east,  the evening falling over the  shape of 1 -asqueti and Vancouver Island to west, the Texada  Queen 2 bobbing down in front  of the beach.  A tug pulls a barge through  Sabine Channel.  "When I start having problems I come up here and start  doing some deep thinking," he  says.  "Most people don't want to  think. If you get them in a quiet  spot they'll turn a radio  on.here, I can hear seals breaking the water down on the  beach.  "It's a very lonesome kind of  a place where I live. If you  come over here and choose to  live this way there are a lot of  things you're going to be without"  Behind the property, tall trees  rise on a grassy slope, bending  like long arms catching a still  space in the wind.  "Texada is like anything  that's really beautiful," says  Dougan. "You have to earn it."  Capilano College Singers scheduled to  perform in Davis Bay's United Church  A highly accomplished group of musicians, the  Capilano College Singers, conducted by Lars  Kaario and accompanied on piano by Mary McK-  inney, will perform at St. John's United Church,  Davis Bay, Saturday, Feb. 27 at 8 pm.  Tickets are available at Talewind Books and  Books 'N Stuff.  Sponsored by the Sunshine Choristers, this  choir is part of the Bachelor of Music transfer program and most of these 35 talented young people  are voice majors.  They keep a busy concert schedule. Highlights  in recent years include a performance of Mahlers  Eighth Symphony with the VSO and Vancouver  Bach Choir and the opening concert for the Kelow  na Philarmonic Society's 1992 summer series.  They were the national finalists in the Chamber  Choir Category of the prestigious CBC Radio  Choral Competition in 1992.  As participants in the International Choral  Kathaumixw festival this past summer they won  international respect and a prize in the contemporary music category.  Their conductor, Lars Kaario is director of  choral studies in the Bachelor of Music transfer  program at Capilano College.  He directs Capilano College singers, the Capilano College Community Choir, Capilano Children's Choir and teaches voice.  ���^i^Y^mkw^m  Pebbles from the past  FISHING BOATS - GIBSONS  HARBOUR  Three outstanding examples of Master crafted  wooden boats as used in  the fishing fleets of the late 50's.  Owned and operated by, from  left to right, Viking IV - Walt  Nygren, Viking III - Karl  Nygren, Remuda - Morris  Nygren.  Pebbles Realty is proud to carry  on its close relationship with the  coast. Pebbles has another  Nygren, Bob, at the helm of our  locally owned and operated  Real Estate business.  <Pt6ttt  es  R.EALTYLTD.  Let Pebbles people  help you steer the  right -ourse.  Your local Bool Eoloto Company ��� Qtaaona Oim  ���oi����, ___*______ ftmW Wood, WNjjj, I.C  ilttft*  Phono: IM-tlOT, Von. toll la-ao: Hl-NM, Foil IM-MNO  _���_*_.  iM  ~XT,  MMMiiitt  IM�� PUU. 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Call Karen call 886-2188  Excalibur  Luxury Limousines  [CLASSY CARS FOR CLASSY PEOPLE]  Drivers are fully licensed; smart, full dress suit  worn at all times. Cars are fully licensed, with T.V.,  V.C.R., moonroof, car phone, and personal stereo.  Full wedding packages available. Stags, stagettes,  and all special occasions catered to on request.  Excalibur Luxury Limousines  885-4666  Come in and see us for all  your wedding needs:  Flowers, Wedding Cakes  Pastry Trays  Sandwich Trays  Meat & Cheese Trays  Rentals of such items as;  White Lattice Archways, Partitions,   \  Flower Stands & Baskets,      C^V^V  Brass Candelabra  and many more items.  \N      We will be happy to  meet with you and  help you plan  your special day.  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Open  7 days a week  Tht Boat Houm - ]ust a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the  West, ffast and Gulf Coasts as well  as a variety of other specialties.  Join us after 5 pm for dinner or for  our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2  pm. Friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some of the reasons you'll  keep coming back. If you have an  important rendezvous or a ferry to  catch, please let us know and we'll  make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-  8188. All major credit cards  accepted-  0* Lebanon RMtaurant - Come and  join us for Lebanese cuisine. Lunch  and Dinner features include Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian  dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels, Cappuccino, Espresso and Desserts.  Mon - Sat 10am - llpm, Sunday  11am - llpm. Fat in or take-out.  Catering for parlies and weddings.  Everything we make is made with  love! Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy.  101. at Pratt Road. Gibsons, 886-  3572. Visa and MasterCard.  Licensed.  Haid-A-Way Raataurant ��� Bring the  whole family and join us (or great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  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.  HlllaHe Family Raataurant 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 & air condi  tioned.Winter Hours: Open Sun -  Thurs, 11 am - 9 pm. Fri k Sat 11  am ��� 10 pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tin Whirl ��� Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every lable. 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 Chins Kitchen - GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 1(S hot dishes  plus salad bar & dessert. Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine, l.unch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Ibursday 11:30 am - 9 pm. Friday  4 Saturday, 11:30 am - 1000 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffel 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm.  For reservations call 886-3028. Free  delivery from 5 pm ��� 8:30 pm within 6 km radius. Minimum $15  order. Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub ��� Fnjoy the natural  beauly of ]ervis Inlet while tasting  one nf our many homeslyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge lo Ihe biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Fgmont on Maple Road  Closed Monday and Tuesday. Pub  open noon - closing. Kilchen  hours: Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvlnes Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for Iwo, $30. We're now open 4  days a week - Fri & Sat: Noon -11  pm, kilchen Noon - 9 pm; Sun, St  Thurs: Noon - 10 pm, kitchen  Noon - 9 pm. For the WINTER  MONTHS ONLY, we are closed  Mon., Tues. & Wed. Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard & Visa.  Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, en}oy 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.  Cht�� Philippe Reeta-wenl at llmi-  niebrook Lodge. The fire is burning every evening in our rugged  stone fireplace, We have candlelight and fresh flowers on the  tables. Soft music is the final touch  to set 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 Lacosle  invite you to have that special dinner you go to Vancouver for -  right here in Gibsons! Follow  Cower Point Road to Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Reservations recommended. 886-2188. Open 5:30 p.m.  6 days a week. Closed Wednesdays.  Creek House - 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 & Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fre^h  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.  Pebblet - On The Beach - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by & sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit 1 Gwen'e 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.  Cibsons. 886-7813.  sports  For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  Matthew Gregory (kit) takes a breather with teammates during Special Olympic bowling play in  North Vancouver. photo submitted  Gregory bowls on North Shore,  Coast Special Olympics struggles  Pender Harbour's Special  Olympics athlete, Matthew Ore-  gory, competed against 13 other  Lower Mainland clubs in the  Wally Oourlay Memorial Howling Tournament in Vancouver  this weekend.  Gregory, a 16-year old student al Pender Harboui Senior  Secondary, is a member of the  North Shore Special Olympics  Howling League, which is home  to more than .1��. athletes.  The North Shore Special  Olympics program has almost  100 athletes involved in everything from rhythmic gymnastics  to alpine skiing, and is the only  program available to Coast spe-  t'ci8rOlyiaf|>ib athletes-.''     An overflow crowd of .100  people packed Ihe Varsity Ridge  lanes on Wesl 15th in Vancouver for the annual event, which  has been held for the past eight  years as Ihe Vancouver Invitational. Two North Shore teams  vied against teams Iront as far  afield as Squamish and Abbots-  ford.  A wide variety of coaching  techniques was evident as  enthusiastic bowlers blasted the  five pins. Excitement was con-  'We have been trying  to establish an  organization on the  Sunshine Coasl for  two years'  lagiotts as teams vied for the  besl above average score in a  series of three games.  North Shore coaches Lorna  Anthony and May Wilson urged  Iheir teams lo belter anil better  performances. Said Wilson,  "Matthew's only been with us  since September but he has really come along. It's wonderful lo  see the camaraderie he has-wilh  the other athletes. We're hoping  he will stay with us for our summer program which includes  soccer, baseball, and track and  field."  Although the North Shore  clubs did not place in the lop  three, Matthew's team mate,  Lisa Hart, came within one  point of lhe women's high average. The Ihree yeai old  Squamish team left most contenders behind with a whopping  .17K points above the average.  Coquitlam and Vancouver came  in second and third.  Pam Sywulych. who is ihe  BCSO Provincial Program committee chair said, "A lol of people don'l think special Olympics  is integrative, but our long-term  goal is integration. You have to  start somewhere.  We have athletes who have  progressed and are participating  in regular spotting events, like  the IH* Summer and Winter  games. We will be having our  provincial eliminations this  summer to send athletes to lhe  national games in Halifax in the  slimmer of 1904. All of our  coaches are trained, and we  couldn't cany otl the program  without the help of our dedicated volunteers.  "We have been trying lo  establish an organization on the  Sunshine Coast for two years.  Basically we have been tinned  down because people don'l  think we aie integrative enough  and some people thought we  were based on the American  model which provides "buggers" for all athletes. We feel  that's demeaning and it isn't  appropriate."  SUNSHINE   COAST  SOU  a&&*tf*��*%* I !  ��� ��� ���     - -"i��S-$  CALENDAR OF EVENTS  List your special event free of charge  in the 1993 Summer edition  of Sunshine Coast Soundings magazine.  Any event occurring between May 21 and .September 30 will be  included at no charge. Space is limited so book your listing now,  details may be provided to us later.  Call the Glassford Tress offices with your listing.  Gibsons: 886-2622 Sechelt: 885-3930  SUNSHINE COAST SOUNDINGS MAGAZINE, AVAILABLE  ON NEWSSTANDS MAY 21 Coast News, February 15, 1993  27  sports  Carnival  skating  by Mnrcic White  Incitement is in the air at  lhe arena these days, livery  olher year, skaters of ihe Sunshine Coast Figure Skating  Club present a Spring Ice Carnival and this year's is less than  a monlh away.  The theme of ihe ice extravaganza this year is 'World  Peace'. Skaters will transport  you to several countries lo  songs such as It's a Small  World and liom a Distance.  Two shows are scheduled  Saturday, March 6, 1:30 pm  and 4 pm. Tickets are available  al Sayward Hooks, (iibsons,  Zippers and Talewind Rooks,  Sechell.  Test Day  A skalets lesl day, organized  by Haib Norton, was held al our  arena last month. I'.valuators for  Ihe ('ISA, Audrey Williams  and led DeWolfe, attended  from Vancouver to judge our  skaters. Of lhe 29 tests Hied, 24  of these weiv passed for a success rate of 83 per cent. Congratulations to the following:  Figures  Preliminary Figure - Tanya  l.awson. Lindsay Nelson and  Michaela Smeaton; Second  Figure, Jennifer Krasnikoff;  I'out lit Figure, Brittany Decker  (lesied in Vancouvei).  Preliminary Dances  Dutch Waltz - Tanya Law-  son and Michaela Smeaton:  Canasta - Michaela Smeaton;  Haby Dittos - Summer Day,  Deanna Hudson, Tanya Law-  son, lirin MacLeod, Carla  Richiirdsen, l.indsey Vogan and  Keya While. Preliminary Free  Skale - Pant Doskocil.  Junior Bronze Dances  Fiesta - Nicole Croteau,  Summer Day, Pant Doskocil.  Hrin MacLeod and Lindsey  Vogan. Willow - Jillian Weslon  and Laura Weston,  Senior Bronze Dances  Ten Fox - Jennifer Krasnikoff and Laura Weston.  imp y 41XM  Members & Guests Welcome  PENDER HARBOUR  d Fri. & Sat., Feb. 26 &27 I,  jw "WyHe&TheOtoerGiif J3  Full service kitchen open 6 days a week  for lunch & dinner, specials Friday & Saturday  ���Take Out Available���  8 Boll Tournament last Friday ol every monlh   Meat Draw Every Salurday 2:30 - 4 pm   Next General Meeting  to��*��W Monday, Feb. 15,1:00 pm  Crib Night  loniiys, torn  Ikiiiap.ipm  Madeira Park Rd. ��� 883-9632  Sechelt Chiefs celebrate a 4-1 win over Lighthouse Puh in Sunshine Coast Senior Men's Soccer  League plays Feb. 7. The four senior learns piny again this coming Sunday at Ted Dixon Park and  CHIT Gilker - game time is 11 am. Joel Johnstone photo  bridge comer  SECHELT  by Rudy Notzl  'The Sunshine Coast Bridge  Club championship game ended  in a lie: Tom Wood and Jean  Coyle wilh a respectable 63 per  cenl game came up with an  identical score.  Learn how to play  bridge or play ll better  Lesson X: Blockbuster  Hands  So far we have considered  hands wilh 21 points maximum.  Once in a while you will he  lucky lo gel 22 or inorc points,  lhe problem is that if you weie  to o|ien such a hand at once you  would be terribly disappointed  if yout partner passed.  To prevent such a situation,  you open such hands at two  level (so called strong twos):  Balanced hands with 22-21  points with 2NT. Balanced  hands with 25-27 points with  3NT.  This gives your partners an  exact count, so they pass only  with 0-2 points and a balanced  band, bul go to 3NT wilh 3 or  more points (we will consider  slam bidding in a separate article).  With unbalanced hands (you  have at least one live-card suil)  and a minimum of 22 points, but  also any hand that you can make  a game by yourself (26 points),  should be opened al lhe two  level.  Your partner, therefore, docs  not know your exacl count and  will respond 2NT (artificial bid)  showing weakness 0-5 points, or  can raise your suil wilh 3 card  support, bid Iheir own suil, or  3NT with six or more points.  An alternative lo show a  strong hand is an agreed upon 2-  clttb opening, covering all suit  strong holdings and is an inter  esting subject all hy itself taken  up in advanced bridge in conjunction with two-level weak  openings in the rest of ihe suits.  So it is advisable lo clarify  what you arc playing, when you  sit down wiih a new partner!  Regular game  SCBC now has a regular 7  pm Monday game at Ihe Gibsons Yachl Club. Bolh parly and  duplicate bridge is available,  partners are guaranteed.  Beginner as well as intermediate bridge seminars will start  in February. To register call  881.-5552.  fin  BMW  M Friday & Saturday  " Feb. 19 & 20th  8p.m.  fl  Meal Draw Every Salurday 4 pm  OWN SUHMTj 12*6/ lUNCHiS MON. ��� HI. 11*2   Pool Tournaments, Thursdays 7 pm   Next General Meeting  lot-to*** mOiKkyhb. 15,1pm  Crib  lutithy, Ipm  Bingo  Weamulay 7:00pm  Yacht club bridge underway  The newly opened Yacht Club in (iibsons is Ihe site of another  pastime that is available to interested players - Sunshine Coasl  Bridge Club weekly party and duplicate bridge games. Finishing the  firsl year of existence. SCBC augmented the already active bridge  community by offering a variety that gels away from the luck of the  deal and presents a challenge.  The games are conducted hy high standards nf ethics, being sanctioned by ACBL (American Contract Bridge league) of which SCBC  is a franchise. Gibsons thus becomes a member of a much larger family, joining some 4,(XK) club operations in North America.  SCBC participated in a world-wide contest where the same hands  were played simultaneously around the world.  British Columbia always had a disproportionate number of outstanding players relative lo the population in the rest of Canada.  5528 Wharf Street 885-2526  ROBERTS CREEK  NOW OPEN FORLUNCH  From 11 a.m., Monday -Saturday  Saturday Night Dinner  Ribs & Lasagna  $7SOinclGS.1  CLOSED SUNDAYS  Next General Meeting  MWml.f.b.l7,7:30pm Oootftin  Crib Night  liWaiys, ipm  Skip  Binge  ta.iYig/il  Dom 5:30 Mm 7:15tm  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  CLIP   'N'   SAVE  I!       i  GLA  Il.lllUHsMIII  |i:iim:i:kis  li'i'ij'i:  0  W~ ��a  GIBSONS'  LANDING  rm,  IT ALL STARTS  , RIGHT HERE-  BROCHURES  0m  I .   i-niltf! hn lite 'Ml''  tfit  ��� S KRRNUII'ITY  Workshops  ON THE SUNSHINE CO'S*  *  si-,Kh.Ni>iriTV  _    ���*�����_.-. .  bcKWo0D_CENTi  it   i.  ,   it    >���  SUMMER HILL  HOUSE  ��� 1    I   ie     .  Those who run their own business quickly realize they  can't always be everywhere they want to be. Time  demands are enormous yet a business needs to get its  message out to the marketplace.  That's where we come in. At Glassford Press Design Studios  we can create a brochure for you which will serve to take  your place when you can't be there. Through direct mailings,  trade shows, brochure racks at Tourist Info centres or on BC  Ferries, your brochure creates a first impression for you and  your business.  With our services you can give your publications the impact  required to compete powerfully in our visually dominated  world.  We thrive on demonstrating our enthusiasm and expertise in  solving challenging assignments through creativity and  innovation.  Call and talk to us about how we can help to focus the eyes  of the world on you and your business.  GLASSFORD  PRESS  DESiaN STUDIOS  886-8755  537 Cruice Lane, Gibsons  BC 28  Coast News, Felmisiry 15,  1993  WILD ROSE  COLLEGE OF  NATURAL HEALING  B.C.  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An artificial creek cascades  down a dered stone  water- fall to fill a  small pond around  which there are  benches for sitting  and reflecting, and  there is a winding  path if one were "   "  inclined to stroll.  It's a calm, beautiful place  this Inner Ear. or at least it  appears to be. Beneath the resthome ambiance, however,  courses the kind of restless  vitality most often associated  Over the past  three years the  Inner Ear bas  earned a  reputation as a  funky, high  quality venue...  _jr_g_~  Drop otl your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmacy  in Pendar Harbour  "A Friendly People Place"  MAN ALIVE...  i@3she'��65?cga  with artistic endeavour. Indeed,  high energy undertakings are  becoming the hallmark of the  Inner Far recording studios.  Over the past three years the  Inner Ear has earned a reputation as a funky, high quality    venue for showcasing local talent; an  acoustically sound  proving area where  some of the  Coast's best, if  unsung, musicians  stage their transition from basemenl  practice session up  into the lights of  _____    live performance.  Any number of  local minstrels have made their  debut through the Inner Ear's  monthly coffee houses, just as  an number of established performers have used the studio to  hone their musical skills, from  individual performers such as  Mick Bryant and Nikki Weber's  three young prodigies, Sarah  Norris, Annie Konopasic and  Caroline Rudland, to respected  Vancouver groups like the Hard  Rock Minors.  "This place is a bastion of  creativity, says Gordon Laird,  one of three key figures in the  workings of the Inner Ear.  "There is some kind of jamming  going on almost every day."  But there's more to the Inner  Ear than just the monthly musical treats. 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"(The musicians who use the  Inner Ear) might possibly find  facilities with similar recording  equipment in Vancouver for a  couple of dollars an hour less,"  I^cosle says, "bul with us they  don't have to worry aboul ferries or traffic or whatever.  "And we're really flexible,"  adds Inksetter, "We're not nin-  off-our-feet busy. We deal with  Ihings in a laid back way ... people know us."  Lacoste, who acts as sound  engineer, producer and all-round  creative influence al the Inner  Ear, says it's not all good times  and music at the studio, however.  The sluggish national economy has meant that musicians  and bands have been less willing  to lake risks producing albums,  so business has not been all that  it could be.  "It's been slow," Lacoste  admits," but with the coffee  houses (and other projects)  we've managed to keep busy  and not go under. And it looks  like things are going to get a bit  busier this year."  February, at least, will be  busier as the Inner Ear kicks off  its first coffee house of 1993  with a lineup of talent that  includes the likes of Carl Nelson, the local fisherman- poet,  Mick Bryant the local jazz guitarist, and possibly 20-year-old  Grant Owen, who is currently  recording an album at the Inner  Ear. "ll should be a good show,"  Inksetter said.  The coffee house will take  place Friday, Feb. 26 at 8 pm at  the Inner Ear sludio on Leek  Road.  Early Scorcese films  to show at arts centre  US filmmaker Martin  Scorcese (Mean Streets, Raging  Bull) is featured this week as  the Arts Centre continues its  Spring film series.  Three short films wer ,iade  early in his career - two are very  personal documentaries, the  third an outrageous and gruesome fantasy, only five minutes  long.  American Hoy profiles  Steven Prince, formerly Neil  Diamond's road manager and  then a collaborator of  Scorcese's. He is an entertaining story teller and in Ihis 48-  minutc piece, intercut with  home movies, he engages his  audience with tales of his childhood and his experiences wiih  Diamond, drugs and guns.  In 'llalianamcrican', Charles  and Catherine Scorcese (Martin's parents) reminisce with  their son aboul their Sicilian  parents and their own lives. All  the time Mrs. Scorcese explains  how she makes her own  spaghetti sauce.  These films will be shown  Wednesday Feb. 17 at 8 pm.  The Arts Centre is located at the  corner of Trail Avenue and  Medusa Street. Admission is  $5.50 at the door.  Chamber rocking to dance  The Sechell Chamber of Commerce will once again be hosting  "Fifties Dance," Sechelt's most popular winter blues fighter! The  dale lo remember is Saturday Feb. 27, 199.1!  This evening of'"50s fun" will be held al Royal Canadian I ���?gion  on Wharf Street. Doors open at 7::H) pm and the rocking sounds of  "l^ocal Traffic" start at 8:30 pm. 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