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 I.MilSlATIVrUBRARV  Parliament Bt  Victoria, B.C  uildings  . V8V 1X4  etawch attract  CtassMa*  asf* If  asft 14  IbfsVff  faSM  SSfttW  JMP��"  fany acawaaiaa  aoQca Imml  aanlcas awacL  tUatabka  SO cents per copy on news stands  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  February 3, 1992    Volume 46     Issue05  " Secondary" road decried  Proposed road will ruin agricultural land: property owners  Arthur Clarke is one of several property owners in  Wilson Creek directly affected by a proposed arterial  highway from Rat Portage hill to Sechelt. Jane Seyc photo  ���f Jfatfa* sjajyv  Sechelt residents don't want a major mail running through rural  agricultural land - not now. and not at any time in the future.  A standing-room only crowd ol about 150 people turned out lo a  public information meeting at the senior citizen! hall Wednesday lo  voice heated opposition to proposed changes in an area road plan.  The change lo the road network plan involves a secondary route  proposed to run through the area above the current highway at Davis  Bay, from Rat Portage Hill to Selma Park. The route is mapped out  by the municipality and the highways department lo provide access to  residential areas and an alternative "through-way" to Sechelt for the  communities of Roberts Creek and Davis Bay, if and when development in the area makes il necessary.  In the current community plan, this secondary route has been  mapped for an area running along liagle View Drive. But new resi-  Forest  input  sought  Outdoor enthusiasts speak  now, on forests say your piece.  The forest service is drawing  up its five-year recreation  development plan and is inviting ideas from the public at a  meeting Thursday (Feb. 6),  from 1 pm to 9 pm in the  Sechelt office on Field Road.  Recreation resource officer  Bob Rebantad said planning and  spending has centred on the  Powell River forest area since  Ihe recreation program was set  up in 1981. But that is about lo  change.  "Now I want to spend my  main focus on developing (forest recreation) on the Sechelt  Peninsula," Rebantad told the  Coasl News Thursday.  He said he hopes the meeting  will generate ideas from a broad  spectrum of forest users, including hikers, campers, skiers,  mountain bikers and others with  suggestions on how to make the  forest more accessible. The  information will be used to  update an inventory of special  features, such as scenic falls,  and indentify trends in forest  use, Rebantad said.  "Hiking trails are very  important, especially old growth  lhat is accessible by car. And  historical stuff, like the Cemetery Trail and the Old Forest  Lookout on the Caren Range."  Rebantad said he is aware  that some people may be loath  to divulge Iheir secret backwoods' haven, but he argues  that indentifying special places  now will help promote their  preservation for long-term  recreational use.  The forest service is also  looking for individuals or  groups willing to lake on maintenance of specific sites or  trails.  Danielle  Robertson and Julie  Elliott on one of their  musical runs d  Road. Joel  own  School  jonnstont photo  Rising incidence of family violence  fuels need for more victim services  by Charta Hart  Two serious incidents of  spousal assault in recent weeks  have raised Sechell RCMP's  concern about domestic violence in the community, and  underlined the need for broader  community-based services to  assist victims.  In one attack earlier this  month, a woman was strangled  in her home and left unconscious by her husband. "She  was possibly left for dead," said  Sechelt Staff Sgt. Cam Reid,  noting the woman, like many  victims of domestic violence,  had been abused in the past.  In the other incident Jan. 24,  a man who threatened to shoot  his wife and children was later  forcibly arrested at a local pub.  Police found his shotgun and 12  shells stashed in a bag outside.  Both men have been charged  and face court appearances in  Sechelt.  Reid expressed frustration  lhat charges of aggravated  assault in one case, and possession of a shotgun and uttering  death threats in the other, do not  reflect the seriousness of the  crimes.  Victim services co-ordinator  Rita Petrascu agreed that incidents of family violence appear  to be on the rise. "Now we're  getting into things where  weapons are being used and  kids are being threatened . . .  Lately, it's gotten to be cases  that are much more serious,"  she said.  Petrascu said funding is desperately needed for a community-based program to offer a  range of services to victims and  their families, particularly for  spousal assault, child sexual  abuse victims and adult survivors of sexual abuse. Because  victims frequently return to the  abusive situation, follow up  help in the form of counselling,  anger management and legal  advice is a must, Petrascu said.  Existing community agencies try to fund such services  with budget surpluses, "but  that's not good enough," she  said. "There's no consistency."  Petrascu said she has applied  to the provincial attorney-general's ministry for funding to set  up a victim assistance program  lhat would provide walk-in services such as clinical counselling, a community law office  and women's resource centre. "1  think there's a real need for it -  and there's money available for  it."  A counsellor at the Sunshine  Coasl Transition House in  Sechell said she also has  noticed an increase in the number of abuse victims seeking  help. But Jullin, who kept her  last name confidential, said she  didn't know if there was in fact  more violence. "In might just be  coming out into the open more''  Because of increased media  attention on family violence,  it's now easier for women to go  to a transition house or the  police, Jullin said. "We have a  steady stream of clients who are  in desperately abusive relationships."  The transition house's 12  beds are the only respite available for local women seeking  temporary refuge; there is no  emergency shelter on the Sunshine Coast.  dential developments over the past few years, which have direct  access to Eagle View Drive, mean the route is no longer feasible as a  "through way", says the highways department Because of this,  Sechelt would like to change the proposed route to a less-developed  area running behind Wilson Creek and Rat Portage Hill.  But several visibly angry residents told Sechelt mayor Nancy  MacLarty they don't like the proposed changes to the secondary road  route - which they said could eventually cut through prime agricultural land in the area, currently still in the agricultural land reserve.  At the meeting, MacLarty said the road would not be built through  property unless the owners themselves made it necessary by subdividing their land al some point in the future.  But people in Ihe area remain unconvinced Ihe road will not end  turn to page 2  HEU strike  vote looms  for St. Mary's  r>y Stuart Burnskta  Trouble and strife have been brewing between Ihe B.C. Hospital  Employees' Union (HEU) and Ihe Health Labour Relations Association of B.C. (HLRA) lo the point that St. Mary's HEU members will  take a strike vote Feb. 12.  "We are going to strike, we're ready to vote on it," HEU representative Linda Mosley told the Coasl News last week. "Talks have been  going on for a year and we are getting nowwhere."  The key issue in the labour dispute, according to Mosley, is  inequity in the earnings of female employees when compared to their  male counterparts.  "We're making about 67 cents lo the male dollar," Mosely said,  "It's; as simple as that."  Mosley said the male members of Ihe HEU were supportive of the  women's issue and would walk out if a strike were called.  "Basically it means we will go to an essential services staffing situation," Mosley said, "with enough staff to care for the existing  patients in the hospital. But it will eliminate things like surgery and  daycare programs."  She compared the level of strike staffing as equivalant to a weekend shift.  Mosley said the workload carried by St. Mary's workers was  another reason Ihe HEU would vole to strike.  "We may have closed beds (at St. Mary's), bul our patient occupancy rate is really high," Mosley said. "We're often running at 100  per cent ..And we're working short staffed."  Spokesman for the HLRA, Martin Livingston, told the Coast  News he is "cautiously optimistic" the talks between the two groups  will prove successful. He said the strike vote was a bargaining strategy used by the employees' union lo improve Iheir position.  Livingstone noted that his organization had recently agreed to provide some $16 million toward wage equity. The HEU is looking for  an amount closer to $400 million over two years, according lo Livingston.  Another bone of contention between Ihe HEU and Ihe HLRA that  came lo light about two weeks ago was the result of an HEU investigation showing that hospital administrators received an average 32  per cent wage increase for 1990-1991, compared to 5.9 per cent for  hospital workers.  "For three years ending in March 1991, hospital administrators  were given an average 37 per cent increase by hospital boards run by  political appointees of the Social Credit government," charged ihe  union in a statement. "HEU members gained an average 16 per cent  increase for (lie same period,"  HLRA responded to the charges saying "B.C. health care executive salaries don't even come close to what their counterparts earn in  Eastern Canada."  Sechelt man offers  flamingo reward  A Sechelt man is offering a S1,000-dollar reward for information leading to the conviction of Ihe person who brutally attacked  seven flamingos in Vancouver's Stanley Park zoo last week.  John Revington, owner of Ye Olde Doughnut Shop on Cowrie  Street, said he decided to make the offer after hearing of the attack  on the TV news Wednesday.  "It's probably one of the most despicable and disgusting things  I've ever seen. It's absolutely appalling that a human being could  do something like that," said Revington. "I'm usually a pretty  lough cookie. I've been in the forces in Cyprus. I've been all over  the world and seen lots of other stuff, but that to me is terrible."  Early Wednesday morning, seven flamingos at the zoo were  attacked by someone who scaled a security fence, climbed into  their enclosure and beat the birds, most likely with a broom handle  or similar object. All six injured flamingos have died; zoo officials  called it a senseless act of violence.  Revington ssys he's not a conservationist, and has never made a  similar offer or had connection with the park before. He said he  donated the reward money because it's likely somebody knows  about the attack, and it might induce the person lo come forward.  The Vancouver parks board has been inundated with calls and  letters about the attack. Like Revington, individuals and corporations from across B.C. have also been donating money to the Zoo  Reward Fund. Coasl News. February i, 1992  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Klllll'llHIlI  I'luiuiiiit1  ��� Life 8 l)i>.ihilit\  liisiir.uiiv  ��� hupfcrteerlt'iii'lii  Waits '  ��� LawrviHV k  diaiiilxrs. til  ��� 8.S6--M11  ��� Tull tnt  KS(HM>(>.*rJ(ISI  Mllliul tlUfcU Im im Mill)  l.iLUiluiil.iimr)ti>l tiauK IhJ  i:jL\NtBIKS  Serving the Sunshine 0dm since I'isj  news  Secondary route needed: Highways  Kathk'sTkctrotosis  IS RELOCATING  at  Moving to Axana-Dew  on Feb 10th in the  Wilson Creek Plaza  Make .��> appointment now for your  complimentary /r> mln, consultation with  treatment. No t harge lot filament  Same private, re/ax/ng atmosphere,  (.tils of parking. <.1// new numbet for  ','"'"   r 885-8826  1  from page 1  up running through property  against their wishes.  "1 don't believe them," said  Arthur Clarke, who operates a  220 acre farm on Tyson Road in  Wilson Creek (see story page  2).  Maria Hunter, who with her  husband Ken is also developing  a 30-acre farm in Wilson Creek,  said following ihe meeting she  would be getting legal advice  011 the issue. About MacLany's  assurances. Hunter commented.  "I'd like 10 know if that's just  council's opinion, or if we have  a legal leg lo sland on." Hunter  said the prospect of a road running through her land would  make it ridiculous to continue  developing a farm which would  lake years to start producing  "We're really concerned about  it," she said, "and so are other  families who live in the area."  "All the development in  Richmond was done in Ihe  name of good sense and good  planning "said one woman al  the meeting.  Residents also asked what  would slop council from changing their minds on the road  roule  again  in  the  future.  While MacLarty and Highways spokesman Ray DeGralf  emphasized ihe need lor the  roule as an "arterial" load to the  new highway, several people  suggested that would be better  served by existing north/south  roads such as Field Road  But MacLatty and DeGralf  said the secondary roule would  still be necessary. "If we don't  plan, the taxpayers of the future  are going 10 have lo pay one  heck of a lot of money..." said  MacLarty, "No matter what  happens, somebody's not going  to like it."  Wilson Creek farmer blasts  Highway's network road plan  by Jane Seyd  For Ihe last 30 years, Arthur  Clarke has had one of ihe most  productive farms on Ihe Sunshine Coast, growing hay, oals,  wheat and produce for sale on  his expansive acreage in Wilson  Creek.  Bul ihe spectre of a major  roadway culling through his  properly at some time in the  future has Clarke worried - and  he says he's not going to take  ihe plan silting down.  Clarke's 220 acre farm, half  of which is now in active production, occupies several  parcels of land off Tyson Road  in Wilson Creek And that's  where a "secondary" network  road will run through, parallel  to the existing highway, if a  route now mapped by the highways department and the District of Sechelt is ever  consiructed.  Despite assurances from  Sechelt mayor Nancy Macl.ar-  (mi  *mmL  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA ��� PHONE: 886-2670 ��� VANCOUVER LINE: 682-7392 ��� FAX: 886-3760  "top 20" realty  EACH OFFICE mOEPENOENTLY  OWNED AND OPERATED  iAM:  Jack Lockhart  Owner/Broker  George and Jack are pleased to announce that the  following Salespeople have joined our growing team of  professional Realtors. They bring to RE/MAX "top 20"  many years of experience and are dedicated to providing  you wilh service that is second to none.  George Longman  Owner/Broker  Bill Tumor  Prior In joining RE/MAX Hill was active In Real Estate  Sales. Development anil Financing on the Sunshine Coast  for the last s years. Hill, Diane anil family rcilrlr in  Roberts Creek anil are active in various organizations on  the Sunshine Coast. If you are buying, selling or  developing Real Estate nn the Sunshine Coast, give Bill a  call anil let his experience and knowledge go to lint* for  you. Remember: one tall to Hill puts Canada's No. 1 led  Estate Senile working for you.  Rob Jardine  Prior to joining RE/MAX "top ill" Realty. Rob was a  leading salesperson in another Gibsons real estate  cnmpanv for l> years. He was a past member of the  "Medallion Club".' "Presidents Club" and "NRS Top IIKI".  Rob has lived on the Sunshine Coast for 11 years. Before  choosing a career in real estate. Rob worked in the forest  industry, owned a boat brokerage and was a self  employed log salvor..  Dennis Suveges  Dennis received his Real Estate license in 1979 and his  Agent's license in 1983. lie lias owned and managed  various businesses in (iihsnns over the past 25 years.  Dennis and Cheryl currently reside in dibsons Dennis  brings In RE MAX his professional and confidential  knowledge of real estate lo sen ice your real estate needs  in either buying or selling. Call (honiel 886-3858, (cell)  250.1135, or (office) 886.2670  John Gonzaga  John lias been a resident of the coast for over 11 years.  lie and his wife and their .1 children now reside in  Langdale. Before choosing a career in real estate, John  worked as a Medical Laboratory Supervisor in Gibsons  Medical Clinic. Prior to joining RE/MAX John was a  leading salesperson in another local Real Estate firm. He  has received the Multiple Listing "Medallion Club" award  each year since joining the real estate industry. For the  service that will "move" you please call anytime, (office)  886-21170. 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Use moved to our area in ll)88. At the local level  she qualified as a member ol the "MLS Medallion Cluh" ill  1991. Lise successfully completed tin- Notary Public  Preparatory course at (he University of BC and became a full  pledged member of the Society of Notaries Public ol hi. in  December. 1991. She mm holds a Notary Seal for llie Town  of Gibsons.  Kelly McKay  Prior lo joining RE/MAX Kelly was a consistent lop  producer with Royal City Really lor S years. Miilli 7 years  of extensive world travelling and 6 years of real estate  experience. Kelly lias become a people's person with  dedication lo professional service. Kelly, his wife Terry  and sons Kory and Ryan make (heir home in the  Redroolfs area If you are thinking of buying or selling,  don't hesitate to call Kelly for professional and  confidential service at (bus) 886-2671) or (res) 885-4467.  Sonya Bergen  Sonya has been a resident of the coast for .s years. Prior  to joining RE/MAX "Top 211" Realty 'as Office  Administrator, she worked at The Press as Classified Ads  Manager. Her past experience has encompassed areas in  public relations, advertising, television and newspaper  media, financial management and commercial graphics.  Sonya loves working with computers, spending most of  her leisure time learning as many programs as she can  get her hands on, a skill thai is greatly required for our  RE/MAX "Top 2(1" Realty advanced computer systems.  886-2670  Chances are we're going to sell your home ... Why not call us first?  Call now for a free market evaluation.  ty, Clarke says he isn't convinced Ihe land won't be taken  from him if il becomes expedient to complete the road at some  point in the fulore. "The first  thing I'll see is Ihe surveyors  out in Ihe field figuring out how  much lo appropriate," he says.  To prevent that, Clarke has  written to Ihe Agricultural Land  Commission lo gel iheir backing lo preserve farmland in the  area, including his own property, which is now in Ihe Agricultural Land Reserve. Currently,  only one per cent of land on die  Coast is in the ALR, only half  of thai is viable farmland, and  still less is in active production,  says Clarke. His own property  is regarded by many as the best  land on the Coasl, with good  soil and close proximity to  water. "Now ihey have some  real farmland to protect," he  says of the agricultural commission.  So far, the highways department's position has been lhat  because the route was planned  in its original form before the  ALR was created, they aren't  hound by its constraints, says  Clarke.  And this isn't the first time  Clarke's fought the plan for a  road through his property.  According lo a news report  from March of 1974, the regional board of the day (which then  had jurisdiction over Wilson  Creek) decided a similar "secondary" road was unnecessary  and "strongly recommended"  Ihe route be taken off plans for  the area after protests from residents. But after Sechelt's  restructuring, the road was back  on ihe community plan.  When the road network was  first drawn up in the 1960s,  there wasn't much concern  about farmland, says Clarke, bul  that's all changing.  "We went through this exact  same procedure, and 1 thought  we had got rid of it...This road  had returned lo haunt us," he  says. "But now we have an  opportunity to gel rid of this  thing once and for all.  "The attitude of the highways department is we peasants  can't possibly be trusted to  know what's good for us and  we're lucky to have experts like  them to tell us what lo do," he  said.  Clarke said attention should  be on construction of a new  highway link by the power line  and improvement of the existing  highway at Davis Bay, if necessary.  "The whole neighbourhood  is of the same mind about this,"  he said. "You can't farm wilh  highways across your land  because you can't gel machinery and livestock from one side  lo the other.  "My livelihood is at stake  here."  682-7392  ���aha  REWARD  $1000.00  CASH  "KELLY"  FEMALE GOLDEN  RETRIEVER  TATOO IN RIGHT  EAR,  _ VERY FRIENDLY,  BLONDE IN COLOUR  STOLEN DEC. 31  FROM  WEST VANCOUVER  HO QUeSJJOHS ASKED  &&BV  4 news  Coast News, February i, \i>iu  Sechelt by-election candidates ready  Sewers, taxation and development cited as long term issues to be dealt with  mffllMaaaWfli r   **&+  byJaiwStyd  Encouraging expansion of  business in Sechelt. Controlling  development. Listening to what  the community wants and acting  on that. Making a long-term  plan for the district. Working as  part of a team.  They're oldies, but goodies,  and they are some of the ideas  being presented by the candidates now running in the by-  election for a seal on Sechell  council.  One week after the close of  nominations, four candidates  are heading to the finish line at  municipal hall on Feb. 15; Don  Rose, Bill Phillips, Rosina Giles  and Jack Van Brabant  In the tradition of many  hopeful politicians, candidates  are steering a course of  approachability, moderation,  and action on issues ranging  from recreational facilities to  district taxation And all said it  was time to stop the squabbling  between members of Sechelt  council and get on with municipal business.  Van Brabant, a newcomer to  municipal politics, says he  offers a fresher and younger  approach to issues facing  Sechelt. Van Brabant has been  on the Coasl for 18 years now,  and says he's seen a lot of  growth in the area. Bul the current council is making it difficult for that growth to continue,  he says. Sechelt should be  encouraging more commercial  and residential areas in the district, he says, but right now the  municipality's regulations make  the cost of subdivision too high  for potential developers.  Encouraging commercial and  industrial growth in Sechelt is  also a concern of Don Rose,  who says unless council provides for development, there  won't be any opportunities in  the future for young people  who've grown up on the Coast.  Sechelt  Council  bv-election  candidates (left  Rosina Giles and Bill Phillips.  THIS WEEKS SPECIALS^  >^ AT ANDY'S  * TUESDAY #  MONDAY      I p^Jftn  DINNER SPECIAL      ox* ��, un mi renin  KL95  with appetizer  $10.95  WEDNESDAY  PRIME RIB  NIGHT  liipm  ��� saLawaentta  Piprtn roi��  ��m <iit ram  tlim   lepra #  THURSDAY  PASTA 10% OFF  All entrees  Substitute lasagna  n Spaghetti FREE  t  SUNDAY  BUFFET BRUNCH  k\ Adults $&95 ��� Children $5.95  ', Seniors $8.00  I lam - 2:30pm  -r-  i.  aawmmm  Van   Brabant,   Don   Rose,  jane Sevo ohoto  t anzyy s t  A1K l ONDI1 IONH)     Km,   I INK  "We're out there to sell  Sechelt," he says, "We have to  make the climate right so (com-  merical developers) will feel  welcome." Rose has been in  Sechell since 1989, after taking  early retirement from a position  as sales manager for Molson  breweries. He says his experience in business has given him  the ability to motivate people as  part of a team.  Another candidate who's  been active on the Coast is Bill  Phillips, owner of Wilson Creek  Campground, who was president of the local Reform Party  from 1989 to May of 1990.  Like Rose. Phillips said he'd  like to sec a more positive  approach to growth in the district. But Phillips also emphasized his openess to concerns of  the voters. "I'm going to put  voters in the position of being  boss," said Phillips. He said he  would like lo see council seek  out public opinion on issues  more frequently and aggressively, so decisions made would  more accurately reflect the will  of ihe people. "I'm not going to  tell people what I'm going to  do. They're going lo tell me  what they want me to do and  I'm going lo do it," he said.  Rosina Giles also has some  specific concerns she'd like  council to take care of. "We  have the West Sechelt sewer  problem," she says. "We need a  larger library. We need a plan  for a regional area of recreation,  so there is not duplication of  services."  But in considering the needs  of the area, council must be  judicious when spending public  money, says Giles.  Giles says the district needs  development, but the key lo that  is to control it. One quality  Giles says she'll bring to the job  is experience. Before coming to  Sechelt in 1987, where she has  been active in Community Services, she was a municipal  administrator in Spirit River,  Alberta for 16 years. Giles also  served on council there for one  year, which she says gives her  the necessary background lo  work co-operatively with the  current mayor and aldermen.  Voters should cast their ballots Feb. 15 at Sechelt municipal hall on Inlet Ave.  Area F electors debate issues  affecting West Howe Sound  by Shirley Macey  The West Howe Sound Elector's Association  (also known as Area F) was born approximately  four months ago and is becoming very active.  Our area is growing and being developed so  fast, everyone is encouraged to take part. The association meets the second Wednesday of each  month, usually at Langdale School, and we look  forward to seeing you at the next meeting Wednesday, Feb. 12 al 7 pm. Areas of discussion that have  been raised over the past four months include:  October  ��� a proposal for golf course near Langdale  ��� elimination of parking on the highway  between Hopkins Road and ferry terminal lor safety of pedestrian traffic;  ��� asking about street lights for the Port Mellon  Highway,  November  ��� the West Howe Sound Recreation Commission and its involvement with Gibsons, Areas E  andD;  ��� the sewer treatment plant at the Langdale terminal;  ��� the highway bypass and flooding problems.  ��� a proposed drug/alcohol transition house  December  ��� support to the Elphinstone Elector's Association on the 10-year water system plan for the  regional district  January  ��� Centra Gas representatives discussed the  development of the gas service and Iheir plans lo  serve gas to our area  ��� tree damage from heavy winds in Soames Hill  Park  ��� upper Wharf Road being used as a garbage  dump  ��� possible salmon enhancement program on  Langdale Creek;  ��� decrease in the Maverick bus schedule;  Still on our agenda for discussion at a meeting  where we have no guest speaker are items such as:  ��� a seawalk to Gibsons;  ��� a boat launching ramp in area;  ��� renaming Port Mellon Highway between  Molly's Reach and Langdale;  ��� hydro outages;  ��� walking rails through the Langdale Creek corridor;  ��� traffic control and enforcement;  ��� ferry terminal redesign;  ��� flooding to residential areas from the bypass.  Attention Recreationalists  Tlio Ministry of Forests' Recreation Program is soliciting public input for its long  ni in recreation planning within the Sunshine < 'oast Finest District. Your input is  needed for;  ��� Identification ol recreational features - l-orailng old growth and wilderness  ��� Identification ol recreational activities and trends areas  . Future recreational developments anil expenditures * Accessibility requirements  Wednesday, Feb. 5  Powell River District Office, 7077 Duncan St., 1:00 pm - 9:00 pm  Thursday, Feb. 6  Sechelt Field Office, 1975 Field Road, I:()() pm - 9:00 pin  Call 885-5174 or 485-9831 Local 234 for further information.  "GOOD DEAL MEALS"  are back  Monday to Thursday  February 3 -6, 1992  Tltis Week's Feature  $5-99:  Shrimp Fettucine  2. Lasagna  3. Spaghetti  4. Baked Spaghetti  5. 12" Pizza (Medium)  Choose front any one of the above "Good Meal Deals" from  Monday to Thursday (i - 9 put, dine-in only, served a la carte)  Overlooking  Gibsons Harbour  OM-E-G-A  RESTAURANT  2 8 1   GOWER   PT     R I)  Reservations  886-2268  Best Service For Your Dollar  W2ST LUBE  & OIL CHANGE  95  foi most Ninth Ametii an cms  & light trucks  imfjoits & Diesels extta  Limit l"l  I AFiIIhi ',1 Oil  NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY  Includes Oil Filter  ���4  Back Lane  MWIHaal  awaXFam  i  i  i  ���Wharf Street  Wharf Rd., Sechelt      van tmifimsm-mh 885-3281      885-7211 (Paris DliectPlKina)     mdi 593a  V.  -M^f^lkM^M^M^mt^tmttmammmmmmMmmmgmm  LaaaaaaWMLfltt Coast News, February i, l*)l)2  Doing the old  taxman shuffle  What bettor issue for opposition attention than tax  reform?  Something that touches us al'.  Prom the esteemed judge on the bench to the  treeplantet toiling on the slopes, the whole idea of gaining  a blessed break on the hard-earned buck has a truly populist appeal.  The NDP litis tor years touted tax reform as a central  election plank, hungering for power froih the opposition  benches. Rut philosophical convictions have a way of  wavering in the harsh reality of governing.  As British Columbians learn more about the ever-  deepening financial quagmire of their once-proud  province, the backroom boys in Victoria are busy floating  new ideas to replenish a ransacked treasury.  To an ICMC hike here anil a rise in provincial sales tax  there, add a large dash of restaurant tax to spiee things  up. they recommend,  All this has proved great (odder for the budding Liberals, leaping wilh alacrity into the opposition's proper  domain as taxpayer's best friend.  Thus it came as no surprise to hear Liberal leader Gordon Wilson press the tax reform message on Ihe Sechelt  chamber of commerce last week. Let's have it and sixin,  we would say, if only it seemed remotely possible that  reform could deliver on its implict promise to leave us all  a little less out of pocket.  Alas, we only ever seem to pay more.  More victim  services needed  One woman is strangled in her home and left for dead  by her partner. Another is threatened, along with Iter children, by a husband wielding a loaded shotgun.  We like to pretend these kinds of incidents arc only a  big city problem. It would be nice to think they don't happen in our small Coastal communities,  Bui they do. And recently, say police, such incidents  have become more common.  In recent years, more victims have been turning to the  police in cases of domestic violence. And that's good.- It  means after years of women's protests against "wife beating" jokes, court decisions which dismissed the problem  as a "lamily matter," and an attitude on the part of the  public thai selective silence and ignorance were the best  policy, these incidents are now finally regarded as unacceptable - by the RCMP, the public and the victims themselves.  But the police and the court system are only part of the  solution.  What's desperately needed are the kind of broad  resource and follow-up services to help women, men and  children deal with what's happened to them and prevent a  repeat of the violence.  The victim assistance program on the Coast has applied  to the government for funds to provide these kinds of programs, and we wish them success in their efforts.  Unfortunately, it's a service that's badly needed.  letters  Forest policy  explained  Thank you for Ihe article in  last week's'Coast News entitled  '.'Residents Maintain Forest  Vigilance." There are some  additional derails which you did  not mention but about which I  feel the public should be aware.  It is not widely known that  Preharvest Silvicullural Prescriptions (PHSPs) are logging  plans for given plots of forest  land and include cutting restrictions, logging methods, road  building constraints, burning  and planting plans, brush management if any, wildlife, recreation and water concerns and so  forth.  The forest service and logging companies alike are  required to adv ertise these  PHSPs (usually in the legal sei>  tion ,pf the newspaper) and  make them available lo the public for review and comment.  When they are finally approved  by the forest service, they  become legally binding agreements between the government  of BC and the person or company awarded the cutting rights.  It is interesting thai in the  case of the Small Business  Enterprise Program (which covers much of the Mount Elphinstone area in question) the  forest service staff both draft  and give final approval lo their  own PHSPs just as Ihe ministry  of ihe environment both awards  permits lo apply herbicides and  hears appeals against the awarding of these same permits. So  much for checks and balances!  In writing to the forest service about the PHSPs most  recently advertised. Concerned  Coasl Residents have simply  been fulfilling our civic obligation. The PHSPs are advertised  as an invitation for public  involvement. However mysterious and intimidating this process may appear lo the  layperson, we do have Ihe right  lo express our concerns about  water quality, soil erosion, fish  and wildlife, recreation, biodiversity and so on.  The proposed plans are  available for viewing until Feb.  24, 1992 at Ihe forestry office  on Field Road. They are listed  by cutblock number (A34909  and A36906 are in Wilson  Creek; A36910 and A36911 are  in Roberts Creek).  We encourage everyone to  find out how these plans may  affect their neighbourhoods and  water supply. >  Thank you again for your  continued coverage of this  important issue.  DONNA SHUGAR  Tree fort report  inaccurate  I was about to write to the  editor to complain about your  coverage of the near-tragedy at  the tree fort last week, anil, lo  and behold! 1 find you arc the  editor!  As an eye witness lo the incident (ie I was the first adult to  reach Ihe scene and I called Ihe  ambulance). I was surprised at  the inaccuracies in your report,  especially since you imply that  you got all your information  from Corporal Waite. Corporal  Waite seems to have gotten it  right when the Leader interviewed him for their police  news column, so I can only  assume that you got part of your  story from him and got the rest  second-hand.  The victim's father was not  present. The other boy alerted  his own mother and her friend.  The friend, a resident of Gibsons Marina, began mouth-lo-  mouth on the victim. When he  W�� welcome letters to the editor on  matter* of publle Interest. However, we  reserve the right to edit submissions for  brevity end legality.  Please mall your letters to:  Th* Editor  Sunshine Coaat News  Box 68  Sechelt B.C.  V0N3AO  became exhausted another man,  a neighbour, look over and got  the victim breathing. I'm sure  these two responsible citizens  did what anyone else would  under the circumstances and do  not particularly want any public  glory. I think it is unfair, however, if they have told the story  to acquaintances, that their  word should then be doubted by  the type of people who believe  everything they read in Ihe  newspaper.  Please prim this letter to set  the record straight. The RCMP  can verify lhat what I have said  is true.  ANNE MILES  Gibsons  Save Gibsons' bus  I read Rose Nicholson's article on Ihe Gibsons bus and the  possibility of it making its last  run Feb. 28. I'd like lo urge  everyone to support the Gibsons  bus.  Thanks to the Gibsons bus, I  can leave my car in Horseshoe  Bay and gel to and from the  Langdale Terminal to go lo  work. Thanks to the bus I can  do all my shopping and go to  the recycling centre in Gibsons  - without a car. Thanks to the  bus, my relatives and friends  from Vancouver can visit me  and get lo and from the ferry  terminal.  The bus service keeps those  extra cars off the road and provides jobs in Gibsons. It's a  well-run, friendly service .  KATHLEEN VANCE  Non partisanship according to President George Bush  What a difference a year makes! Last time I  looked in on President George Bush paying a call  on the U.S. Congress was in March of last year.  He strode into the august chamber like a conquering hero and one remembered that when victorious commanders came home to a hero's welcome in ancient Rome there was a slave perched in  the chariot behind the hero whose task, as Ihe public adoration reached its height, was to whisper  repeatedly in the hero's ear: "This too shall pass  away."  No such presence followed old George as he  made his triumphant entrance after the Gulf War.  But warning or no, the world had changed when  the time came for last week's Stale of the Union  message.  Indeed the gloss was off the country. Since Ihe  spectacular success of the exercise in the Persian  Gulf a hard lesson has been brought home to the  United Slates of America. The indomitable economic giant that everyone has known since the  Second World War has been living far beyond its  means for the last decade and suddenly is the  world's greatest creditor nation. The feel good  years of Ronnie Reagan were the years when other  more spirited and lean economies began to over-  lake ihe Americans.  The lesson is being learned by the men and  women in the streets of America. Not all the exer-  musings  jchn burnside  cises in jingoism and assurances by their president  that they are the strongest, kindest nation in ihe  world, victorious in the Persian Gulf and in the  Cold War, can keep the American people from  noticing that hundreds of thousands of jobs are  being lost. The once awesome U.S. automobile  industry is suddenly sick and feeble in comparison  with the Japanese and even the Koreans.  And so George Bush swaggers in lo give his  people the annual State of (he Nation message. At  first all seems well. The ritual standing ovation  with which American politicians declare their love  for their country is accorded Bush. For a time, as  he gladhands and nods to half the people in ihe  hall on his way to the podium, it seems again to be  the same euphoric scene we watched last March.  But this is a nation which is growing uneasy  and unsure; it is also a nation which is preparing to  plunge into the ferment of a presidential election  year. Sure, Ihe President calls for non-partisanship  in addressing the economic woes of the nation but  it has a hollow ring.  This is a President who equates non-partisanship with Congress doing supinely whatever he  says. What he says is not really so reassuring. The  cuts in the defence budget, the single greatest  devourer of U.S. prosperity, are regarded by most  commentators as being lower than almost anyone  expected.  And again, wilh more stubborness than wisdom, Bush insists lhat this non-partisan approach  he is recommending must include a capital gains  lax, though this trickle-down economic theory is  regarded as ihe single greatest cause of the legacy  of debt left behind by the Reagan administration.  Noted economist John Kenneth Galhraith years  ago dismissed Ihe Republican approach to the  economy as Ihe horse and sparrows theory of economic growth. The theory being that if you feed  the horses enough oals they will leave enough in  the street behind them to feed the sparrows.  There is a dozen years of hard evidence that  capital gains lax recipients do not reinvest their  windfalls for the most part and virtually all of the  tax cuts accrue to the top one percent of the  nation's wealthiest.  Still, there is Old George insisting on the same  old line, defying Congress to disagree with him  and believing, saddest of all, that going along with  George right or wrong is somehow to be seen as  non-partisan political behaviour.  The best line of the State of the Union address  comes near the end of Ihe speech. The President  says that he is convinced that the aging process  could be slowed down considerably if il had lo  pass through Congress.  It is a good line and it gets a good laugh bul in  Ihe line and in the laugh there may be seeds of a  serious malaise. For a dozen years now doctrinaire  American presidents have been government bashing. They have laid Ihe blame for Ihe growing economic woes at the door of Congress. That Reagan  and Bush lead a democracy and are part of a sys  tern of checks and balances designed lo keep any  one branch from exerting too much power, seems  to have been lost sight of.  Maybe the romance and the grandeur of being  the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces is  more pleasing to the President lhat Ihe tedious  business of persuading and reconciling differences.  But it is never the role of Congress to play dead  before an arrogant administration. It is certainly  not going to in an election year in a failing economy with a Conservative administration which not  only has not learned from its mistakes but is still  trying to lay the blame for its shortcomings at the  door of the democratic system itself.  c&mt  The Sunshine Coasl News is locally owned  and published on the Sunshine Coast, B C  every Monday by Glassford Press Ltd . Bo*  460, Gibsons. B C . VON 1V0. (604) 886*2672.  FAX (604) 886*7725, Sechelt Office.Box 68.  Sechelt, B.C. (604) 885-3930. 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BtvCrantaon  Jo-Anns Sheanh  Your community's  AWARD-WINNIKC  newspaper Coast News, February J, 1992  opinion  Master fantasy writer faces reality  in a nutshell  s. nutter  The other morning on radio, Peter Gzowski had a rousing long  interview with Ray Bradbury. Ray Bradbury is, give or take Arthur  Clarke, the acknowledged master of the fantasy genre. The chief wizard in a strangely scientific fairyland, invisible of course, but for  some of his many, many readers, or subjects or disciples or whatever  Ihey are, often pretty well all pervading.  This, you are tempted lo think, is a phenomenon, but I suppose it  really is part and parcel of ihe oldest storytelling in the world. When  Ihey sal about Ihe earliest fires in the caves there, grunting the earliest  stories, surely Ihey would have been about magical mammoths, eerie  eohippi ami, who knows, little people from the starry heavens.  Why they didn't get down to ii and invent writing early on has  always rather bothered me, bul they went for bronze and agriculture  and there it is. It is left to us, notably lo Bradbury and Co., to fill in  the gaps.  Bradbury, understandably, has elected to go for the lure, as giving  for sure Ihe maximum scope. Out we go then into ihe galaxies. Just  the same though, frequently we find ourselves on some planet, Xyxt  for example, where the people, green or purple as they may be, hog-  headed or whatever, are in the same position as regards any real  knowledge as our ancient forefathers were.  Alternatively, out there, we come on societies light years ahead of  ourselves. Often they wear tunics and sandals and don't do any work.  They have attained, some of them, almost ultimate knowledge, but  unfortunately none of this can be passed on lo us through Bradbury.  They are, however, more than simply good fairy stories. Serious  speculation goes on here, often responsible thought about what may  be the result of our scientific attempts lo break through the limits of  knowledge. Scientists, working in their telescopes on Mount Palo-  mar, or at their miscroscopes all over the place, are working on  hypotheses,  and scratching up every bit of imagination they can  muster.  Bradbury, the old envisager and maker and spinner of this so  real/unreal universe, sounds certainly real enough himself on radio.  He was talking to Gzowski from CBC's studio in Edmonton. Edmonton, to some of his fans in the States, may sound itself like almost  outer space.  What is Ray Bradbury doing in Edmonton? He is involving himself in the television production of a number of his stories. It's coming out soon, even may be out now, and it's called (I think) The Martian Chronicles.  But still, why Edmonton? Bradbury is such a name, and such a talent, and has so much intriguing material that he could expect the best  studios in LA, New York or London Reason is he has tried all these  places, and has films, in the can at least, produced in all these places.  No good he says. Can't trust them he says. The ink is hardly dry  on liie contract before they're changing everything, and bringing in  new writers who know nothing whatever of the landscape even of Ihe  'invisible cathedral', as he puts it, that he has been architecting.  Bradbury, in fact, is full of praise for Canadian production, which  is refreshing after all. I thought I maybe hadn't heard this kind of  praise for us since Andrew Allen was king of radio drama and the  film board was getting international awards. And Bradbury is quite  serious. He is into all kinds of media. One of his books is being  turned into an opera, and another will premier later this year as a ballet.  Going from the sublime...it is tempting perhaps to think of a fantasy story set in Gibsons. The central character could be a sturdy old  fellow who writes a nature column in the local paper. One night when  he is out cutting his lawn he notices that all around an eerie light is  beginning to glow. He is a good nature writer but has only experienced this before when about 15 feet under the surface of the Red  Sea.  At a concentration of this light he becomes aware of a flickering  on-again-off-again figure. He supposes this to be an odd manifestation of marsh gas, given the state of his lawn, but the figure speaks,  and indeed invites him to visit the planet Zxylon. Our man says that  he is far too old for this kind of caper, but the figure says he will be  granted eternal youth.  So the central dilemma of the story is set. Stay in Gibsons...? Or  accept eternal youth?  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This is the opinion of many  residents and mine.  DETLEV STIEGLER  Sechelt  Forest Practices  Act Needed  Division of forests into parks  and 'working forests' will not  be Stephen Owen's solution to  the land-use confrontation on  Vancouver Island. A Forest  Practices Act allowing only logging and silviculture methods  which leave all forest intact for  their continuing non-economic  benefits (air and water regulation, biodiversity, etc.) and for  wealth creation for future generations of British Columbians is  the solution.  Preservationsists and loggers  will find new areas to fight over  if land use by division is continued, but a healthy forest industry using logging methods that  don't destroy forests with grapple yarders and extensive road  systems would be welcome anywhere in the province. Working  forests, the destruction of  remote forests by industrial  forestry, will become increasingly unacceptable during Mr.  Owen's 18 months of deliberation.  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Lew told Ihe Coasl News  that using the surrounding commercial areas as 1-3 would All a  void in Sechelt's commercial  zoning.  The Devlin Funeral Home,  which had a rezoning application for a new funeral service in  Wilson Creek turned down by  Sechell council last year, has  already expressed interest in  aquiring a site near the airport  and Lew is optimistic the other  24 or so properties will also be  in demand.  "The (1-3) lots will be in half  to 1 acre sizes," Lew said, "bul  there is the possibility of two  lots being combined if (here is a  demand for that much land."  The $700,000 airport expansion would be funded by one or  both of the federal and provincial governments at no expense  to the District of Sechelt or the  Town of Gibsons, which share  responsibility for the airport.  "The only addition expense  would be incremental," Lew explained. "It would stem from  GJftSONS    SECHELT  1  AIRPORT  jtERMINAL BLDfi.  iter������  1  --"*" "?*M- ^H  EaW*F���*���  1  rsHjETaj  . IH  jiJfe ^H  itaE'*"  m  I  0  ymj  HI  <-<9 BE3  a^laaaaaaaaaaaR                                    1                                                             1  ���TaTa .'.���                     ^B,     ^m\\  KM-'                                                   alaH                                    lift  'L&    - "  ataW                    EH  ���juQ^iiLaH     ^L^L\   ''11  ONCE A YEAR SPECIAL  25%��" PRINTS!  ��� BATEMAN ��� PARKER ��� BREDNERS*  ��� SERRYLISTER ��� ISAAC AND MORE!  25%��" FRAMING!  ��� Conservation matting ��� Posters*  ��� Needlework ��� Original Art Work ���  ���Dry Mount ��� Prints*  WE CAN-DO IT ALL  Shadow Jduux ^hilUxisi.  Cowrie St. Sechelt 885-7607  Cliff Orr, of Garden Bay, parks and flies his Twin Otter at the Sunshine Coast's  only airport. Joel   jornstona   photo  administration of a larger facility.  Lew said he was optimistic  the revenue generated by the 1-3  zoning of the surrounding area  would more than compensate  for the additonal management  costs to the airport.  He said the expansion of the  faciltiy would make the municipal airport large enough to accomodate planes capable of  carrying up to 37 passengers.  The airport would serve only as  a connector for planes that size  because there is no room to  house them on a regular basis.  Lew said it is not hard to envision planes using the Sechelt  /Gibsons airfield as part of an  overall Coast commuter service  flying to places like Naniamo,  Powell River, Whistler and  Vancouver.  "The potential will be there,"  Lew said.  He noted, however, that the  geographic location of the air  port prevents it from ever  becoming large enough to pay  for itself strictly with air service, whether that is passenger  or freight.  "It can become big enough  to be more trouble than it's  worth though," Lew cautioned.  Lew said it would be necessary to put together a marketing  strategy before going ahead  with the expansion. That strategy would include seeking interested companies lo invest in the  airport's potential 1-3 property.  Gibsons bus buoyed by non-profit status  The Gibsons Bus has made Ihe firsl move in trying lo slay on the  road as a community transit service.  A non-profit society has been sel up wilh the goal of maintaining  and improving service currently enjoyed by residents in the town and  surrounding areas.  "For us lo grow, we will need Ihe financial support of all people  who see this service as a vital element of the community," says a  statement issued Saturday by the newly formed society board.  Director Tarry Giannakos, whose father started the bus service,  said he is optimistic it will be able to continue running if people follow through on their offers of cash assislance.Donatioiis can be made  lo the Gibsons Bus Society al the Russel Crum law office, 666 Highway 101, or with the driver next time you ride the Gibsons bus.  'Jfoses arc red,  Vtokts are Sfue,  our'Term special is  designed just for yotu  39s  LONG HAIR EXTRA  Seniors Discount Excluded  ��jft rm  aaiCIAL IN IFFICT FROM  FEB. 1 TO  FEB. 22  SUPERSHAPE   -KKtti.  CORH1R OP COWRII ft IM.IT, MOULT 88S-281B  Travel Sunshine Coast to pull  plug in March over funding loss  by Stuart Bumslda  Members of Travel Sunshine  Coast (TSC) voted to dissolve  the organization as of March 31  because of a $5,000 budget cut  from Ihe Coast's Economic  Development Committee  (EDC).  "Lack of funding will make  il impossible lo continue," said  Bob Crosby, president of TSC.  The $5,000 cut has left a gap  in the TSC's financial plans and  caused the group to request an  advance on next year's funding  lo the tune of $8,000 last week.  The EDC refused.  In refusing, EDC member  Jim Gurney said he had a hard  time identifying $20,000 worth  of services provided by the  TSC  TSC sprang from a tourism  task force in 1987, mandated to  market the tourism potential of  the entire Sunshine Coasl including Powell River.  Upon inception, according to  Crosby, the Powell River municipality provided 75 per cent  of the funding, $15,000, while  the EDC paid $5,(XX).  However, by 1990 Powell  River fell Ihe lower Coasl was  receiving the lion's share of  attention from TSC, so the  municipality slopped its funding-  The EDC agreed to pick up  the $15,000 slack for 1991 but  wanled, among other things,  TSC to provide an umbrella service that would co-ordinate all  the Coast's tourism activities.  Negotiations between the  EDC and the TSC have been on  going ever since to clarify both  the mandate of the TSC and appropriate funding. Now with the  call for Ihe demise of TSC,  those negotiations appear to  have ended.  "The EDC doesn'l seem lo  care about tourism for the  Coast," lamented Crosby.  GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA  ���Ml*-.,   ��������-*���*>���������K-'-l. *  North  Oaks  767 North Rd.,  Gibsons. B.C.  SINGLE LEVEL  TOWNHOMES  Phase 3 & A  Now Starling  pawmmmmmrrmmmrmrm^m  For mure information  please call  Twin Oaks  Development Corp,  886-4680  r^���fnBmgagfafwwamamammaamammmamtw+.  ��� DRYCLEANER ��� FLORIST  ���HAIR SALON  Call today 1-876-3199  NOW OPEN  ��� Woolworth ��� IGA Plus ��� Froiitruiiners  ��� Atlas Office Solutions Ltd.  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Febiuary I, Il��ll2  Kathy Rietze  and  rA  Helen Sallis  wish to announce  iln- opening of  Coast Accounting  Services  ���computet bookkeeping ��� i><iyroll  ��� iiSi reports ��� tax preparation  886-8155  Coast Accounting Services Ltd.  4I(. S. FLETCHER, CIHSONN  Round Table report sounds warning  Far-reaching recommendations made on developmental sustainability  SYLVIA  Make the Sylvia part  ti/ your Vancouver adventure...  Double From $58  Featuring "Sylvia's Restaurant & Bistro"  ...Overlooking V'ciitcoiH'er's English Bay  On tht' Beach at 1154 Gilford 681-9)21  "The provinces environment, economy and social system are on a  collision course," according lo an assessment recently released by the  BC Round Table on Ihe economy  The the Minimis of the RTEE are contained in a report "Towards  A Strategy for Suslainabilily", which outlines a possible framework  for ihe province's sustainable development strategy and recommends  an integrated approach lo enviionnieni.il, economic and social issues  "Towards a Strategy for Sustainability" makes a dozen recommendations, some calling for immediate aclion, while others are of a  long letm nature  Among the recommendations the round table believes should be  acted upon immediately are:  ��� Groundwater regulations Concerns regarding the increasing use  and contamination of groundwater indicate that an inventory and reg  illation system is urgently needed;  ��� Waler exports. The existing moratorium on bulk waler export  approvals he extended until a full analyses of the economic, environmental and social implications are completed;  ��� Air quality management in the lower Fraser Valley The regional  districts in the greater Vancouver area and the provincial government  should establish a cooperative, regional authority to deal effectively  with the growing air |xillution problem and wilh the related problems  of energy use, transportation and land use in Ihe lower Fraser Valley;  Among the recommendations which the round table believes  should be acted upon over Ihe long term are:  ��� Integration of environmental, economic and social values. The  principles of siistainabilily should be applied in decisionmaking by  all levels of government and by Ihe private sector in British  Columbia;  ��� Balanced decision-making responsibilities. Decision-making  responsibilities among provincial, regional, and local bodies should  be reviewed will a view lo enhancing local and regional decisionmaking mandates, where appropriate;  ��� Integrated land and waler planning A comprehensive land and  water strategy would establish a vision of desirable land and waler  uses, and a framework for land and water planning on provincial,  regional and local levels.  ON SPECIAL  Raspbemy Juice    ^^  Vitamin C fr S r\r*  i-r So95  500 mg.    90'  VARIETY Kee!:,S, FOODS  The BIGGEST Mule Store in Gibsons Landing 886-29.16  fetfft  aiir  (flat-*  Since 1945 The Sunshine Coast News has been  recording the history of our community.  Did you know?  Did you know?  Thai The Sunshine Coast News' strength is our special Interest editorial that addresses issues and  events unique to the Sunshine Coast. Our community columns, generated hy local residents,  attract tin- readers' attention and enhance the  exposure of advertising messages.  Thai 81% of Sunshine Coast respondents read  every issue of the Vie Sunshine Coast News (an  additional 5% read .'> out of 4, another ,r>% read at  least 2 out of 4 ; Resulting in a !)!% following).  Did you know?  Did you know?  That Vie Sunshine Const News has won 5 awards  from the Canadian Community Newspapers  Association and 10 awards from the British  Columbia and Yukon Newpapers Association in  the past 4 years, for both advertising and editorial  excellence.  That 68% of homes keep the Vie Sunshine Coast  News 4 days or longer; receiving the paper in good  time to influence weekly activities and shopping  decisions. 32% of respondents keep it in the home  for 6 to 7 days.  Source: Decima Besearch torn/ Market Survey  The Sunshine (nasi Xi'ws  Our ITtlt uiiirof' servinu the Sunshine (oust  The RTEE, established two years ago by the provincial cabinet lo  l>e a permanent advisory hoard, consists of .12 individuals from van  ous walks of life and all regions of the province It has a mandate to  advise cabinet on how to integrate environmental, economic and  social considerations to enhance BC's future  The Round Table came to the conclusions found in ihe "Towards a  Strategy for Suslainability" after extensive consultation with citizens  and special inletesl gtoups from around the province  Lee Doney, Executie Director/Secretary for ihe RTEE told the  Coast News the organization will now livus on individual issues in  Ihe drive for a sustainable development strategy, starting wilh energy  and moving through lians|Mirtalion , education, Ihe economy and economic opinions for the province etc  Honey saitl, while the RTEE was established hy Ihe Social Credil  government of Bill Van der /.aim. the new NDP government was  "supportive of the concept*. He said he was optimistic the work put  into Ihe RTEE and the rendu the Round Table expected lo produce  wottlodn'l lv in vain, but said public interest and involvement was  essential.  *>  1 $  4Tm   *  **4<��>  ft    .    *  Sechelt and District planner Rob Sabine.  Planning grant to  help cover costs of  Sechelt OCP revision  It lakes a lot of boxtops to get your official community plan  straight.  And the District of Sechelt is hoping the Ministry of Municipal  Affairs will pick up some of the tab for the revision.  Sechelt is applying to the ministry for a 1992 planning grant of  approximately $54,000 to help with revising and updating its community plan during the next year. Funding will go to cover time  spent by planning staff who will work on the revisions.  If approved, a grant from Ihe ministry will cover 75 percent of  costs associated wilh the community plan revisions. The remaining  costs will be paid by ihe municipality.  In previous years, Sechelt has received grants to do studies on  road conditions and drainage systems in the district.  Outgoing planner Rob Sabine has also pointed lo other major  issues that Sechelt council should be facing. These include include  industrial zoning in the Field Road area, a commercial development permit area near Sechelt Inlet and the possibility of further  development permit requirements in multi-family residential areas.  "I think Ihe buildings are substantial enough that they should be,"  said Sabine.  SUNNYCREST MAIL  win a Valentine's  gift for your parents  ENTER  JUST COMPLETE"^  THE FOLLOWING  (please include phone number)  Dinner For 2  atthe  Blue Heron  Limousine Service by  Excalibur  Complimentary  Champagne i  / think my parents should  be the Valentine's day  couple because...  winner will be notified FEB   12  DROP OFF AT  CUPIDS MAIL BOX  suNNYoravinr  HWY. 101 upper GIBSON Lome Baron tackles his physics texts for career reasons.  Part-time program  offers second try  Joel Johnstone pnoto  education  Think twice  before quitting  The toast News kicks off a  linn -part education series this  week, urging students lo stay  in school.  National statistics show an  alarming one-in-three Canadians will quit school before  finishing grade 12, a ratio  reflected in School District  46's drop-out rate. I ulurtu-  nalel), many high school students find out too late Ihe  disadvantages of trying to  compete Tor jobs without a  high school diploma. And Ihe  obstacles to upgrading skills  later on can be huge.  This series will focus on  some of these issues in Ihe  hope students will think twice  before jeopardizing Iheir  future hy leaving school early.  by Jane Seyd  For the 13 years that Lome  Baron worked on the booming  grounds, his grade 10 education  and limited science background  weren't an issue. But when he  hurt his back and had to be  retrained through a workers  compensation program, suddenly Ihey became one.  Baron was offered training in  occupational health and safety  through a program at  the British Columbia  through to math, sciences, and  accounting. Students work  through courses at their own  pace, and the teachers are available to help if needed.  When Baron returned to  school through the part-time  program, he was 29 years old,  with only a very basic junior  highschool math background.  He started with algebra 9,  attending classes in the morn-  __ ings. Six months  lne program �����������, Wjth a lot of  offers readily available  Institute of Technology. But to do thai, he ���w****'** help from both  needed    his    high Second chatlCe teaachers, he had  school equivalency  and several academic  courses in high  school math and sciences. He also needed  flexible hours, which  would allow shcoolwork to fit  in with his family schedule. He  needed help in learning to adopt  an academic mindset. That's  where the school district's part-  time education program came  in.  The part-lime program, run  by teachers Vcrn Giesbrecht  and John Rayment in Gibsons,  offers a second chance lo adults  who opted out of a highschool  diploma the first time through  the school system, and to  teenagers who have "worn out  their welcome" in a more conventional classroom setting. It  also offers help to people who  need credit in particular high-  school courses in order to go on  to post-secondary programs and  advanced job training.  Started in a portable classroom in the fall of 1990, the  program, now run out of the  Chrislian Life Assembly building on School Road, offers  morning, afternoon and evening  classes in subjects ranging from  English and social studies  to those who  opted out off  diploma.  finished high  school equivalency as well as credits in algebra 12,  and physics and  chemistry II.  Since September, Baron has  been attending BClT's program  in occupational health and safety, where he says the education  provided by the part-time program has proved invaluable.  "They gave me a really good  background in basic principles  and how to think mathematcial-  ly," he says.  According to Giesbrecht and  Raymond, the part-time program has met with mixed  results, because of the tendency  for students lo start, bul not finish their courses after the initial  motivation wears off. A lot of  people who come back to  school are still dealing with  problems which prevented them  from finishing grade 12 to begin  with, says Rayment. But for students who make a commitment  to stick with the program, there  is every chance of success.  Baron says he hopes the program will survive, despite the  fluctuating enrolment. "I'm sure  there are other people out there  like me," he says.  Elphi's Interact  Club draws 100  to "First Night"  Reaching out to Ihe community has long been a goal of most  school districts. And increasingly, organizations in the community  are coming in to Ihe schools.  In this spirit, a new club sponsored at Elphinstone Secondary has  become the first of its kind in the coastal/Lower Mainland atea. Willi  its inaugural "Firsl Night" meeting in January, the new Interact Club,  sponsored by the Rotary Club, became one of 7100 clubs in 92 countries around the globe.  The goal of the club is lo get students active in service projects at  Null a community and international level. Students also leant leadership skills, such as the structure of running and participating in formal meetings.  Jim Ling, of the Gibsons Rotary Club, said about 100 students  turned out to the Firsl Nighl activities in Elphinstone gym.  In other activities, the Rotary Club plans to send one student from  Ihe Coast to Ottawa in May, lo lake part in its annual Adventures in  Citizenship program. The club also hopes lo be able to send a student  on a one-year international exchange beginning in 1993.  PfX-  ���  For more Stay-in-School 1  and career information, I  write and send your return address to:!  ,TAV    IN    SCHOOL  I  I  | Please send me:  I  I  u������  Enquiries Centre  Employment and Immigration Canada  Hull, Quebec  K1A0J0  Career-related infonnation ���  Stay-in-School: A Parent's Guide ���  Straight Talk About Staying in School     ���  Dr. Alice Westlake  ��  Dr. Jeannette Gibbons  [-will open a family medicine clinic-]  in the Wilson Creek Plaza on  February 3, 1992  Please phone 885-6400 for   appointments   UPSTREAM FAMILY MEDICINE  Coasl News, February .{, 1992  Courses at Cap  Credit-Free Courses  Due lo popular demand, we are ottering  additional classes in  Basics of Microcomputers, level I  (MRS I50JJ  Mon & Wed, Feb It) March 4,7 10 p.m.  Fee: $195  An InlKxItictiiiii to Computers for the Totally  Terrified CMPS 15112  Monday through Friday, Feb 17 to 21,  10a in  12 pm Fee: $60  Word l'i messing I King Word Perfect 5.0  CMPS 14613  Tues & Thurs Mar 10 Apr 2,10a in  12 pin  II you are interested in taking a course in  |iriigtaniiiiiiig using the BASIC language, let us  know and we'll try to organize one lor late spring  Kldercollege  The following S|rring Sluilv (itoti|is are available  Pees are $ 15 for each study gtoup  Left I augli While Rending Some Great  Classics with Bulbar- Whistler  d Wednesdays, Feb 12 lo Mat IK, 2 4 p.m.  Mellow Movements with Diana Lolsttoni  Tues * Thurs, Feb 11 to Mar 19, 10 11 a in  Milton's Paradise I,crsl with Jan de Bmyn  b Wednesdays, April I to May 6, I 3p.m.  If you haven't picked up your special Eldercollege  flyer, please drop in to the North Campus.  (Jas Fitters "B" or "C" Ticket  We will lx- offering a gas titters course during the  latter pad of April. Current qualifications of the  students will determine whether il will be a "B" or  "C" ticket.  An information package which details the  prerequisites for Ixnh tickets as well as all  program information is available at the reception  desk. North Campus.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE   5267 Inlet Avenue ��� Sechelt, ��� 885-9310  A PUBLIC SERVICE MESSAGE SPONSORED BY GIBSONS IGA PLUS AND THE COAST NEWS.  4 k> 4 W    :   k        *  B.CS TOP BROADCASTER  SUPPORTS THE  STAY-IN-SCHOOL MESSAGE  lit TV itnchiirTtmy Parsons  credits n solid education with  netting him where he is today.  In addition tn anchoring  British Coluitihin's mi ��{���  watched evening newsCnst,  Parsons is lit TV's vice president ul news, running adepartment of 85 people.  "Today, .i high school diploma is the minimum requirement lor must johs,"say.s  Pursuits. "Students whodun't  tinish high school cuter the  work force HI a competitive  disadvantage."  Parsons, who studied radio  nnd television arts at Tommys  Rycrson Polytechnictil Insti-  tulc alter gradual inn In >m high  school, urges young people not  to underestimate the linpm  lance ul proper tntlnlng.  "Ii helped me acquire tin  necessary -.kill- in land tin lint  Johns a radio announcer," sfys  Pursuits. "I (Iinik it'ssti ini|sir  l���u\ r.  livid      PiirsnllsuHc me  sound iih ice  "h'- i m< irv ctiitipvtitivc  htlsinvss world than n ua-  whcil 1 started nut The l\-sl  edge you can give yotirsell i-1  ah ii ul in class and suggested I  investigate i carcvt in hroad-  casting.Iih\ icHisly, n �� as good  iidvlcv."  Parsons' new- style i aught  mmliirsttidvntMnhikendvniv    tlieiitteiitionolCr'TO l\ in  tilt-col I heir high sclluil years        Toronto while lie was u.'iking      giKid educational grounding  loiiiapoui their career future."     lor one 1 'I the city's tup radio        and 11 ill starts with a high  For those students who aren't    stations. I le worked his win. up     school diploma," says Parsons,  sure what son ol work they'd/he    the CFTO ladder In 1111 reportel     "While some ol the subjects  suited fur, Parsons suggests tliey    to anchor. He then joined the      you're studying mm seem  hip into the services ot their (TV Network and was mills-       unnecessary now.yoii never  occupational guidance counsel-    lerrcd to Vancouver, In l-JVl,       know when that piece ot  lor. Parsons speak-Irom e\|vn-     Parsons joined lit TV. knowledge mighl prove vain  encv:' "My high schtxil coini- Toanvoiieciinteiill'latingii      ahlv."  svllor heard mv lead a paper Curvvr in neu--     01 am otllvt  THE FEDERAL  GOVERNMENT'S  THREE STEP  PLAN TO  STAY-IN-SCHOOL  SUCCESS  Tile tederal government  has responded to the  national dropout crisis  wnh the Stay-in-School  initiative, including:  I A puhlit intoniiittion  program 10 raise  awareness ot the dropout  issue,  1 National and local  stimulation ol business,  labour, education, youth  agem ics, piiivnts and  yoling people I,' gel tllCIll  activeh involved in  finding solutions to ihe  prohlem  I I \|-.iii-it'it .in,l  developntetll ,>l pnygi.inland services designed 10  help young people who  are lllosl .11 ll-k ol Jrtlji  pingoiit.  - (A'  10  fftit  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA, HWY. 101  FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED  Vepwkhk twice! Qtutltty Fond!  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However, people's attitudes .ire refreshingly more open to  dealing with these m.itters ,is we qul< kly approach Ihe 1990's.  today, people .ire preplanning their personal funeral preference  tor the benefil ot their loved ones. Show your family .ind loved  ones how muih you t.ire hy preplanning your wishes now,  Devlin Funeral Home and the Sunshine Coast Crematorium  both provide this ser\K e tree of charge, so don't put ort thts important t.isk. Call us today tor further Information,  WE HAVE ALL THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE  FOR YOUR NEEDS  Contact Dan Devlin .it 886-9551 today regarding PREPIANNINC.  \m  .   IKI  Funeral  Attocrotion  579Seavlew Rd���  Box 646  t.ihscms B.t  886-9551  \cling Mayor of  t . i Ii s ii n s, Aid.  Margaret Morrison  (left), read the  proclamation as  Agnes l.abonte, led  Hume, and David  Johnston unfurled the  flag heralding  February as Heart  Month in GlblODI  (and the Sunshine  Coast), Canvassers  from Port Mellon to  Kgmont will be  calling door-lo-door  during the annual  Heart Drive lo raise  funds lo aid progress  in reducing the  incidents of heart  disease in  B.C.  Joel Johnston* ; ��� ���  george In glbsons  by George Cooper, M6-8520  Driftwtiod Players present  Ken Mitchell in his one-man  play Gone The Buniiiij: Sun, a  play about Dr. Norman  Bethune, Thursday (Feb, f>) in  Gibsons elementary gym.  TcmcfRBALTV  LTD,  NEIL SANDY  Fur All Your  tti'al Kntate Ni'iiIn  Call Anytime  RES. 886-8366    VAN. TOLL  BUS. HH6-8I07   FREE 68M04J J  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AC Building. Supplies  PUBLIC NOTICE  m -m�� ..    -.<*��**��.  SINGER  warehouse sale  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  February 12-13-14-15  LIMITED     eooo  QUANTITIES *nw  $439  H   3-4 Thread  Serger  NOT EXACTLY AS  ILLUSTRATED  ALL  MERCHANDISE  HAS FULL   <  WARRANTY  \ JTTl Free Instructions  $389' l|'!/!i w  ^A-,  WE REPAIR  SEWING  MACHINES  & SERGERS  22 PATTERN  SEWING  MACHINE  NOT EXACTLY AS  ILLUSTRATED  ALL  OTHER  MACHINES  ON SALE  3 Thread ~  Serger  NOT EXACTLY AS  ILLUSTRATED  Sunnycrest Mall  February 12-13-14-15  VISA-CHEQUE-CASH-FINANCE  SINGER WAREHOUSE SALE  MANUFAC TURING QUALITY SINCE; 1851  VANCOUVER OFFICE PHONE: 872-2588  Ken Mitchell has written  more than a dozen plays, among  them Chatuiiqua Girl (CBC's  production starred Janet Laine  Green who was here in the  Beachcombers) and Tommy,  about the CCF's Tommy Douglas.  Quoted in a Globe and Mail  interview, Mitchell says he has  always been fascinated by  Bethune, a Canadian doctor  who was committed to the ideals of communism. Banishing  himself from Canada, Bethune  went to China in the mid-1930s  to sel up field hospitals for  Mao's armies, and died there.  Misfit heroes  Mitchell has said that in his  travels in China he has been  compared in appearance to  Bethune and it was while he  was there that he wrote the first  draft of his play. "I have a tendency to pick rebellious misfits  as heroes in my plays and novels," Mitchell says. "1 love  those guys thai stand outside Ihe  system, rise about it and often  defeat it, or at the least. Strongly  present an alternate view."  Burning Sun  Gone the Burning Sun had  its premiere in Guelph's 1984  Spring Festival. In 1985 the  play won an award - best play  in Canada. Since then it has  been on tour in China, Australia, North America and Canada - all told on lour continents.  Now the author takes the play  on tour himself. This is a return  visit to the Sunshine Coast - he  was here for the Festival of the  Written Arts in 1989.  wi Hall to benefit  "I like the small intimate theatre," Mitchell told Pam Feicht-  ner of Driftwood Players, and  he no doubl would have appreciated the WI Hall. Proceeds  from this presentation, hy the  way, go to refurbishing the hall.  Mitchell himself is thoroughly Canadian. He grew up on a  farm near Moose Jaw, was  forced by his parents to finish  high school, gloriously failed  his first year at journalism  school, tried news reporting and  a host of other jobs.  Serious writing  When he realized he needed  more scholarship to become a  serious writer, he entered university in Rcgina and later, with  an MA in English, became an  instructor at the same universi-  ty.  He keeps his teaching to half  time, trying, as he says, to take  every other year off for travel  "to see other cultures and to see  Canada from a different perspective."  Canadian Literature  In the '70s, Mitchell fought  lo establish a Canadian literea-  ture studies course in the university curriculum. "1 had an  MA in English and had never  read Sinclair Ross (a renowned  Canadian writer)."  Tickets arc $10 at Talewind  Books, Roberts Creek Store and  l.inadines. Limited sealing.  Gibsons Library plans relocation  The Gibsons and District Public Library,  bulging at the seams in its current location, is anxiously eyeing a referendum to raise cash for a new  building.  The library board estimated a year ago that  twice as much space was needed to adequately  serve community needs In the past twelve months,  the problem has only grown, along with increasing  memberships and number of books.  "Without an increase in space it's difficult to  see how we can offer much in the way of increased  service or programs to Ihe community," said  librarian Myma Short in her annual report to the  board Tuesday. Short said circulation increased six  per cent in 1991, wilh the largest increase in non-  fiction - up 14 per cent over 1990. "Total circulation was up 2274 items; not as large an increase as  last year but still growing."  Board chairman Vent Giesbrecht said the build  ing and fundraising committees have been busy in  1991 drawing up plans and discussing site options  for a new library. "We are hopeful thai a referendum to raise capital funds and some operating  expenses for a new library will be held as soon as  possible," he told members attending Ihe meeting.  Aid. Margaret Morrison, the town's representative on the library board, expressed concern about  referendum support when residents are already  facing a pool referendum this year. She noted,  however, that the first priority is identifying a site  for the new library.  A proposed location in Holland Park has  attracted criticism from residents concerned about  maintaining green space in the town. Morrison  said the issue won't likely be resolved until the  town makes further amendments to its draft official community plan.  CUPS, SAVE  R bcfgrrkes Schedule  VANCOUVER -SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale             Lv. Horseshoe Bay  Lv, Earls Cove  Lv. Saltery Bay  6:20 am       2:30 pm    7:30 am  3:30 pm  6:40 am       4:30 pm  5:45 am M    3:30 pm  8:30 M         4:30        9:30 M  5:30 M  8:20 M         6:30  7:35            5:30 M  10:30          6:30         11:30  7:25 M  10:30          8:30  9:25 M         7:30  12:25pmM   8:20M      1:15pm  9:15  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  11:30          9:30  M denotes Maverick Bus  If you are Buying or Selling...  Ihe realtor you choose can make the difference.  OUR SERVICE PRODUCES RESULTS!  Call us!  '^/MITTEN  attall REALTY LTD.  88S-3295  681-7931  (Van. Toll Free)  GIBSONS BUS SCHEOULE  ROUTE 1 via North Rd , Seacot,  Fletcher, Gower Pt. Franklin, Marine Dr.  Depart ���5:45am 1:45pm Depart       8:14am 4:11  Mall       7:45 3:45       Langdale 10:11       6:11  9:45 5:45       Ferry        12:11pm 8:08  11:45 7:45      Terminal    2:08  ���No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45* 2:45 pm, Mon.-Sat.  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  ROUTE 2 via Pratt. Chester King, Veterans.  Hwy. 101. Wookcreek Pk��� SC Trailer Park  Depart    7:30 am 4:25  Mall    ' 11:00      6:20  12:25  Arrive   7:45   4:40  Mall     11:28   6:40  12:40  ��� 11:00 am routes via Bonnlebrook, Gower Pt.  NOTE: No 5:30 am or 7:30 am service Sat.,  Sun. or Holidays  mmmmmmmmmmm  Stuccowt hqwm  INSURANCE  886-2000  TRAVEL  886-9255  Red Carpet Service from Friendly Professionals in Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  Travel  Prciftsftonals Const News, February 3, 1992  11  community  sechelt scenario  kyitarairet��Vstt,e��5-440��  The ladies auxiliary to the  Sechelt Legion, Branch 140,  recently elected a new slate of  officers: president, Pearl  MacKenzie; vice president, Bev  Farewell; secretary, Nora  Robinson; treasurer, Dot  Petersen; past president Shirley  Gagnon. The ladies auxiliary is  always a busy group. Among  Iheir fundraisers is catering to  the many events the legion puts  on . The LA recently were able  to donate a lifeline.  Kitchen treats  Something new in the kitchen.  Every Tuesday, Annie will be  serving up her branch 140  (while) clam chowder. Plan lo  try it one Tuesday and bring  your friends for a game of pool,  darts or shufflcboard. A  reminder thai Annie is still  serving her scrumptious fish  and chips every Thursday.  Sunday, April 5 is the date of  the LA flea market. Tables may  be rented for five dollars. The  LA will he serving hot dogs,  coffee and pop. Mark your calender for this dale. More info  nearer the time.  Sechet Garden Club  Questions you always wanted  to ask about your garden? Well,  here's your chance. The Garden  Club will be meeting Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 7:30 pm in St.  Hilda's Church Hall. It will be  an open forum, so you may ask  questions or discuss concerns  you may have. Visitors are  always welcome.  Sechelt elementary  school  March 5, the school will be  holding its spring fair. The fair  is a fundraiser put on by the  school to buy T-shirts for the  school teams. Seems that  Sechelt elementary is the only  school on the Coast that doesn't  have T-shirts. Donations would  be appreciated for the fish pond,  bingo and the silent auction.  West Sechelt school  news  The whole school is involved in  a Valentine's raffle Monday,  Feb. 17. Firsl prize is a wedding  ring quilt; second, an electronic  Sega game and third, lunch for  two at the Wakefield Inn. Tickets are one dollar each and can  be bought at Talewind Books,  IDA and the Wakefield Inn. The  student council now has posters  for sale.  EldercoUege  Eldercollege, an extension of  Capilano College, has its winter  and spring brochure out, offering many and varied courses:  Mellow Movements, with Diana  Lofstrom; Lei's Laugh While  Reading Some Great Classics,  with Barbara Whistler; Milton's  Paradise Lost with Jan de  Bruyn. This is only a small part  of what Eldercollege is all  about. Pick up your brochure at  Capilano College or the Sechelt  Library.  Sechelt Marsh Society  The regular monthly meeting  will be Feb. 7 al 7:30 pm in Ihe  arts centre. The speaker will be  Dr. Tony Griffith from the  botany department of UBC and  Member of  ALLIED..  The Careful Movers  STORAG  ��� 10.000 sq. It. of healed, gov't approved storage.  ��� Dust-free storage in closed wooden pallets.  LED WMYS TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Oistance Moving  Pender Harbour Customers  HWY. 101. GIBSONS        Please CALL COLLECT  186-2664  Mary Macdonald lriKht), president of the St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, presents  hospital administrator Ted Wright with a big, big cheque, MOI.Xli:. as representatives  from each or the six branches (Hopkins, Gibsons, Roberts (reek. Sechelt, Halfmoon  Bay, and Pender Harbour) meet in the St. Mary's boardroom. In 1991, there were 4(14  registered members giving over 54,000 hours to volunteer services, both in and out of  the hospital. Funds are raised through sales from thrift and gift shops, the Loan  Cupboard, donations, memorial gifts and from individual brunches' community  fundraising events. Joel  Johnjione  photo  roberts creek  by Jantca LahjMon, M6-3541  When the days are short mid grey and inclement weather drags out  spirits low, when we sit inside watching the wind and rain and seek  the release of sunny skies, when winter is getting us down, well that's  when there is Carnival.  Carnival  The world over Carnival comes al the end of winter and is the celebration for the return of spring and the release needed to gel us  through those last few weeks of winter. Carnival allows the wild side  to sneak out with the help of costumes, parades, music and dancing.  This year Creek Carnival will be celebrated with all Ihe trimmings  Saturday, Feb. 15 with a variety of activities planned around Ihe  theme SOS for Nature.  From 4:30 pm lo 6:30 pm al the hall, a family carnival dance host-  ed by Graham Walker will introduce the  tiring yOttr    crowd to the wild side with Ihe limbo event  shakers and !l,ul ,tie con8a ''ne' w','c'1 w'" weave  through the hall. Bring your shakers and  tambourines tambourines! Graham Walker will sing a  few of the kids' favourite songs, then Ihe  Soul Survivors Steel Drums Band will take control with dance music  for everyone. Mexican and African finger ftxxl, juice, lea and organic  coffee will be on sale.  Eclectica opening  Eclectica Art Gallery (above the Delifish Cafe) is celebrating  Creek Carnival with its grand opening Saturday evening from 7 pm lo  10 pm. Everyone is invited to attend and meet the owner/artists,  Michiline Larose and Georges Gamache and other artists. The scene  will relied the spirit of Carnival, so come in costume.  To cap the evening the Soul Survivors will thrill those attending  the Carnival dance at the hall starting at S pm. The limbo contest,  conga line and food will he similar to the family event with additions  of decadent desserts and alcohol. Volunteers for the kitchen may call  Lee at 885-4410.  Tickets for the two hall events are on sale at Ihe Roberts Creek  General Store and Eclectica. The family event is $2.50 and the adult  dance is $12. Bring in the spring.  Library notes  The library had a successful 1991 with 88 new members. Seven  thousand books were checked out. The library now has 7,500 books  on its shelves.  Included in some of the new books for 1992 are Lemon-Aid Used  Car Guide, 1992 by Phil Edmondson and The Used Car Buying  Guide, 1991 by Consumer Reports. Readers Digest's Home Improvements Manual and The Crafts and Hobbies Digest are detailed Ixxiks  for do-it-yourself enthusiasts. If you're interested in Tai Chi, check  out Foen Tyoen Lie's Tai Chi Oman. Or if you just want to curl up  with a good book, read A Life of Her Own, a biography of Lady  Mountbalten by Janet Morgan. There's always a book for everyone.  Quick notes  Strike. Hurray. Excitement reigned. Family Bowling Night, sponsored by the Roberts Creek Beaver Colony, saw 45 in attendance and  scores ranging from 12 to 168. The Beavers and others had lots of  fun. If you'd like your son to join Beavers, call Katherine Tmeman lit  885-2282. Don't delay. There's only two spaces left.  PRESTIGE FIXE FURNISHINGS  &AJVTK  TRAIL BAY MALL  FEB. 3-8  ii  SALE $699  42 "OAK DINING TABLE  ma ii* ml or, ot* ptdtttai Ccar**** mm 4  tin ot* "TOK bock dtnlno cfrttra, I pet. MM  OAK! OAK! OAK!  Buffst S Hutclwt ' Dining TsHts a Chain ' Roll Top Dnki  Entirtilnmenl Cintrei ' Colts* TabltStts ' Curio Table S��ti  ���And Much Much Mora  All it tin bait pojllWt pricii.   Antique.!, too.  ARROW BACK  DINING CHAIR  - So��d Oak 4  'Haavy Dirty  ���Flnt it Ouallty  Ittf.tlM.OO  SALE  *99  ���run MUt purcluit  FAMILY SIZE DINING  TABLE  Elttndtto I'. Oa�� labia on tratlla  perianal bait art* baa tela*  fatt. 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SUNDAYS until 5:00 pm  Show Piece Frames  25  ALL  FRAMING  %  OFF MATERIAaLS  Large Selection of  MOLDINGS * MAT BOARDS ��� READY MADE FRAMES  SALE IN EFFECT ALL 29 DAYS OF FEBRUARY  Wilson Creek Gallery  r ^  25-50  25  POSTERS &  LIMITED EDITION  %  OFF REPRODUCTIONS  %  ~rr SELECTED FRAMED  OFF REPRODUCTIONS  Wilson Creek Plaza  Show Piece Frames Wilson Creek Gallery  885-9215 Mon-Sat, 9:30-5:30        885-0877  ��� ���"���������----��� 12  Coast News. Febnuiv <, I1'1'-'  community  ALWEST  Install Vinyl Siding &  Aluminum Soffit & Fascia  ��� Beautify your home and give it  the new modern look for 1992.  ��� Increase your home value.  ��� Low maintenance costs.  RENOVATIONS & ADDITIONS  DOOR & WINDOW CONVERSIONS  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM  FREE ESTIMATES  PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION  ���3 JIM BAIN 885-4572  Unit #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt, B.C.    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North of Garden Bay Rd.,  Hwy 101 883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Legion  Branch 112  Members & Quests  Always Welcome  Telephone 883-9632  n.nJ,r H.,b,��,, ik      881-2650  LIVE BAIT-TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  Madeira Park Fun House |  Fun for the whole family.  883-9880  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  <fale  it? in  Tar & Gravel, Shakes, Shinglae,  Metal Roof*, Torch On, Duroidt  883-9303  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Outdoor Sub-Stations  883-2218  Cert. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  S. Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  S83-9222  w Matrix  Miss Simmy's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  HK3-2715  SERVICES  Hugh W.Jones  -LAWYER  883-9525  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  f%  Garden  Bay  Hotel  puh ��� witflrtrnnt Hniauiant - Motxagff  Air CtaUttr�� ��� Dining CDarlcra - llki Rental*  Pub Restaurant  883-2674 883-9919  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAXi 883-9524  davis bay news  Raja, rain, rain vamiik-rlul, refrf.shinj;, boring rain! I'm sure Jan  u.uy iiiusl have set some kind of record lor rainfall However, it  doesn't keep us housebound like slum does and we don't have lo  shovel it tieiry and I have just relumed from Prime George where  they ate having the mildest winter on record. We expected freezing  U'in|ioi.Hun's and massive snowfalls hut Ihey didn't occur Aside  troni a lew snow Hurries a couple ol nights, the weather was bright,  crisp and dry  a nice change from the rain.  Life in Prince George  Prince George is I thriving, growing town Everyone is excited  iboul ihe new University of Northern BC that is going lo he built  thete The site is Iving prepared now and construction will start in the  sptiug A $12 S million civic centre is Iving built this year, real estate  is iHHiming and business op|xirtutiilies are plentiful.  However, il is definitely a town for young people. The winters are  long and harsh, consequently when tetirement looms, older people  abandon the north lor milder climates Many retire to the Sunshine  Coast when the pace of life is quieter and the weather is gentler.  Community association to meet  The community association meeiing will lie held Feb 11 at I put  Plan to attend as litis keepa you informed on what's hap|>eniiig in ihe  community  The .Sunshine Slimniers are holding their first Ilea market of the  Veal Feb 24 Irom *) am lo nixin at the hall For lables, please contact  Joan al XX*. 2(WX  It's good to heat that Ha/el l.iste is feeling better and ap|icars to  he on lite mend She is a long time resident of Davis Bay and has  been missed al Ihe last lew social functions Hurry and gel well  Ha/el'  golden lifelines  Longtime Coast Sews reporter Rose Nicholson retired  recently and her colleagues joined her for gifts and  lunch at the Something Different Restaurant in  Wilson Creek. Ruir  Fonesle'  photo  Crafts meet 9:30 am Thursday and pom-poms meet at the  same time. The 69ers are in  rehearsal for their concert April  26. If you donate $5,000 down  for the building fund you'll  receive a History of Branch 69.  I believe Larry Grafton is the  author.  Robbi Robson told me that  20 people showed up Wednesday from 11 am to noon for Tai  Chi with Betty Jefferies as leader.  Canadian disability  rights  Before getting into the  Omnibus Bill there are some  tilings about the Canadian Disability Rights Council (CDRC)  that are interesting. It was  formed in 1988 lo meet these  goals: 1. To ensure lhat the  rights of people wtih disabilities  are enforced by using our justice system; 2. To conduct legal  research and educate the public  about the importance of protecting human and civil rights of  people with disabilities; 3. To  help Canadians with disabilities  develop legal skills and leadership abilities by encouraging  their full participation in these  activities.  Some may groan, what does  this stuff about disabilities have  to do with me? My friend Judi,  disabled from birth would tell  you that you are temporarily  able-bodied.  The court process  Police, crown attorneys and  judges are preventing cases  from going forward because  they presume the person wilh a  disability will not be a credible  witness in court.  halfmoon bay happenings  To sum up the goal: to allow  people who are labelled "mentally handicapped" and those  who have difficulty communicating without assistance to give  their evidence in court.  SALE  50  %  OFF  Everything  in the store  Sale Starts Feb. 1  Shop Early For Best  Selection  FAMILY  ,      CLOTHING  TAFFTS   ��tom  In Madeira Park Centre, Pender Harbour ��� 8(3-2460 mam 'mm\  Hours ��� to - 5:30, Mon - sat lJ|jy l*|RP,  by Ruth Forrester, 889-2411  Things are looking up at Welcome Beach Community Hall. Most  of the inside construction work is almost complete by now, which  means that some of functions are due to start again.  For those who enjoy an afternoon of bridge, you will be pleased to  learn that games will start next Friday, Feb. 7 al 1 pm.  There is lots of room for new players and a warm welcome will be  extended by those previously involved. Be sure to drop by for a  pleasant, friendly afternoon of your favourite card game.  Hospital auxiliary  The Halfmoon Bay branch of St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary will  meet back at the usual location, Welcome Beach Hall, next Monday,  Feb. 10 at 10 am  This will be a special type of meeiing as Wendy Hunt, director of  nursing, will lie in attendance to speak and to answer questions. There  may also he a speaker from the Pender Harbour area.  Members are asked to turn out in full and to bring along a friend or  two who may be interested in becoming involved wilh this active  group.  Shuffleboard  It's good to hear thai the shuffleboard group are now gelling  together at the hall. Since they missed so many weeks, they will have  to get Iheir skills honed again to participate for the rest of the season.  Flamingo outrage  There are certain things which shock and horrify us with Iheir  gross indecency. In particular, the item on Ihe news Wednesday  which showed the havoc and slaughter which look place at Stanley  Park Zoo. Some sadistic beast, a so-called human beast, or beasts,  climbed over an eight foot wall and used a broom or similar weapon  in a vicious attack on the few flamingoes in the complex.  These beautiful creatures were mutilated so badly thai they later  died, despite the efforts of the veterinarians to save them. The shock  as well as the injuries were too much for Ihe fragile birds.  We, as humans, have a responsibility to lake care of nature's creatures, yet this type of thing can happen. The same may also be said  about what we are doing to the whales, seals and in fact, all God's  creatures. We have a lol to answer for.  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LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR ��� HEMLOCK  886-7033  ���:���*.���'  by Jaealyn Vincent, 883-2840  Dance fot Henri Ivb   1(1 to  U during all Dtneu classes,  You can win prizes for raisine.  funds for the heart and stroke  foundation, The girl guides,  brownies ami pathfinders from  the Hunachln District will also  be dancing Feb, 10. All 127  girls will be led h\ Megun  Straight, a prima ballerina front  the centre.  Through Ihe wellness workshops in the centre, there's a  real ireat to enjoy. Beginning  Feb. 8 at 4 pm. Molhe Tilden  will host a Shiatsu (Japanese  egmont news  massage i class, The cost is Ss.s  -���iiigli' or SKS per couple. Contact the centre for further  details,  Soccer members  needed  The over-30 soccer league is  looking for new members to  enjoy the sporl. The league.  which the Wakefield team is a  part ol. plays up and down the  Sunshine Coast. Fender Harbour residents are urged to join.  The team meets Sundays at  Hacked Park In Sechell, Soccer  boots and shin pads are  required, For more Information  by Lynn Meet 883-1188  Egmont walerboard has hail a couple ol meetings lately concerning the erosion occtirlllg on the far side of Wailgll Lake. This erosion  is causing sill in the lake, which lias uevet happened before.  The erosion has lieen caused hy cleaicul logging that took place  over a year ago. As far as 1 know the road is washed out in two  places. John Dnfoe ol the Bgmonl walerboard told this reporter lusl  Monday night that Barry Mountain is coining up to survey Ihe situation. I hope he sees the problem as clearly as we do!  Sporting times  Egmont must lie feeling pretty spotty in the eaily stages of '92 as  there seems there is a crowd that wanls lo play lloor hockey and a  crowd that want to play volleyball II you're interested in Ihe Hoot  hockey gel hold of Kelly M, il volleyball is your hag, Ihe first gathering will be Wednesday, Feb 5 al 7 pm lo remove ihe slage from the  hall and maybe lite up lor a short game  Liquor outlet  I talked to Viki of Ralhgales store the other day and she said they  have final approval for n government liqtiot agency By Ihe lime you  read this, they will be open lot business already. Viki'would like to  thank everyone lor Iheir support in making ihe agency possible. Bear  with them as they ate new to this  They would like input on what types of products lo fill their  shelves with I'm suggesting preservative free beer  Lions bake sale  The local lions will be holding a hake sale, every second Saturday  of the month, I pm at Egiuotll school, Believe me, I've tasted the  local Egmont baking and it's sciiimpliously yummy There will he  hoi coffee on as well to wash down any new news. See you there.  RRSP.  Smart.  Investors  RRSP.  Smarter.  It'ssinnri tt i invest in an RRSP Kit t luiosinK  the right tine cnn be confusing. I'm an  Investors(Sroup Representative. I'll help  you find the RRSP that best fits your needs.  Call  Debbie Mealia  or Jim Budd  at  885-4011  to find out more  about Investors! !roi  and our RRSP's.  Ir"BStors  Building futures  ElDUp       I S'^e WO.  $'3f!  .' i �� > a  call (iu\ 01883-9530  May Day  The May Day executive  committee has been formed for  l*)92. Elected are: Murlene  Cymbalist as chairperson:  Catherine Oadsby as treasurer;  Gail Palon and Margo Hunsche  as secretaries. Anyone Interested in helping with ihe committee should attend ihe meeting  Feb. 5 al 7:30 pm al the com*  iiiunily hall. If you have any  questions, concerns or suggestions, phone Marlene at 883-  9900. Let's make this the besl  May Day ever!  As the tide changes  Our local dentist is now open  Wednesday lo Saturday.  Gardening bulls - ibis is a  great time lo prune iruil irees  and shrubbery! Watch to prune  only the flowering shrubs which  bloom late in the season as you  will destroy buds on an early  blooming variety by pruning  now.  Congratulations lo the  Petraschuk family on ihe birth  of beautiful Vanessa  Irene  Lantie,  Until'next week - be good to  yourself.  CAUtING Altli TAcSIIION  O&SICNEUA AMATEUP OP  PPOITASIONAL  Elite) Ilia Sunshine Coasl Business and Professional Women's Club  (tiniest held in uiiijuni lion with tilII Spring Fashion Show.  Wo .��e looking it�� designs foi evening wefli foi the 25lh century.  Entries��ill he pre-juriged, finalists will model then \ reatlons at the  fashion show March 11,12, I9��J2.  Deadline foi submissions is February 14, 1992.  To register oi foi more information ��.ill Aleta H8.r>-90r>., or HH1-9HU2  FLAT  SAFETY  GLASS  Residential &  &   Commercial Glass  Replacements  ��� 24hr. Emergency  886-8414  ��� Sky Lights  ��� Automotive  ��� Shower Doors  20% OFF  in-stock  BEVELLED MIRRORS  Peninsula glass  & aluminum  706 HWY 101, GIBSONS  886-8580  ���SWMHftW^ ���-������������������������ -*������*��������� ������"���:������-: :v.-. w.y.--��� ���.-.- ���^���������yiy">y.m!fK^^tt��)uwmfmttt??mmfm��.  Notice Board  De.ulline fur submissions is Thtirsdiiy noon (fot Monday distribution)  On-going submissions will be deleted after .1 weeks unless ;i specific renewal request is mude  We reserve the ritjlil to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events ol genuine community Interest  TOssSS-  nt***V*  Tbe Sunshine  ('oast News  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3  Sunshine Coast Spinners and Weaver's  Guild Fohniiiiy Meeting. 12:20 pm. Kirkland  Centie. Davis Bay. Bring bag lunch. Into 886  8662.  Gibsons Business and Prolessional  Women's Club. Meeting 6:00 pm, Cedais  Banquet Rm. Into 886-9793.  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6  Chatelech  Parents' Transition  House  Presentation on Student Abuse. S.P.A.C meeting, 7 pm, School Library. Info 885-7369  RNABC Meeting, St Maiy's Psychiatiic Day  Hospital, 7:30 pm. Guest Speakei.Sue White.  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7  Sechelt Marsh Society Regular Monthly meeting. Sechelt Art Centie, 7:30 pm. Guest speaker  Dr. Tony Giillith ol UBC "Variations in B.C.  Wildtloweis".  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8  Sunshine Coast Hospice Volunteer Training  Program. Phone S.C. Home Support Sociely  885-5144 Also Feb 22  S.C. Minor Hockey Bantam Bottle Drive 1-4  pm Call 865-9403  SUNDAY.FEBRUARY 9  Cameo Singles Club Liinrhean. 1 pm Wharl  Restaurant, 885-5633  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10  Sunshine Coasl Peace Group Annual General  Meeiing. Robeits Cieek School Library 7:320  pm. Refreshments  TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11  Sunshine Coast Women's Aglow Bible Study  and Prayer Meeting, 308 Headlands Road  Gibsons, 10 am. Into 686-9567 or 886-9576  Sunshine Coast Home Support Society  Hospice In Service. 4:30 pm St Mary's Hospilal  boardroom.  WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 12  West Howe Sound Electors Association  General Meeiing, Langdale Elementary, 7 pm  Arthritis Sell Help Group 3:15 to 4:30  Garibaldi Health Unit "Oulsmarting Arthritis" Inio  886-9461 Arthritis Sell Management Course  3rd session 1-3 pm Garibaldi Health Unit,  Gibsons  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14  Fashion Show Submission Deadline. Call  Aleta 885-9053 ot 885-9802  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15  Creek Carnival Dance '92. Family event during  dinner hour. Watch for lurlher details. Adult  Dance 9 pm 1 am. Soul Survivors Steel band  will perform at both events.  MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17  Canadian Cancer Society, Sunshine Coast  Unit tegular monthly meeiing. Royal Tenace  Sechell. Public welcome. Into 885-9451  THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20  Wills and Estates Planning lor Parents ol  Disabled People. Sponsored by Sunshine  Assoc lot the Handicapped and 7-9 pm  Pioject Parent Rm. Community Seivices Bldg,  5368 Inlet Dr. Sechell. $15 pel peisun $20 couple. Inio 885-9367 ill 886 2304  FRIDAY, MARCH 6  World Day ol Prayer. 1:30 pm SI. Bartholomew's Anglican Chinch. Gibsons. All  Welcome.  MISCELLANEOUS  Rockwood Lodge is olleiing a range ol programs including Yoga, Health and ritness.  Walercoloui Painting, Guiiin and Kids Kitchen  Chemistry. Into 885-2522. Feslrval Garage Sale  on Feb I.  Fines on Oveidue Books Irom Sechell Library  will he raised lo 5c pei book per day beginning  Jan 2.  Free! Women's Support Group Physically.  emotionally, sexual ibusod? Conlidenlial, nurturing, environment meal weekly 885 5881  To put youi cralt tail oi cultural oven! on Ihe  Community Calendar at lire Arts Centre.  phone 885 5412. Todays  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum's wmlci hours  Monday thru Friday 10am 4 pm, Sal and Sun  1 - 4 p.m. Wheelchair accessible, locatPd  acioss liom Po'.l OlliCS  886 8232.  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge Visit thp pioneers ol youi community.  The Parent Tot Drop In program at the following locations Gibsons Moo Wed. Fn iii United  Chinch Hall Sechell: Mon at St Hilda's Church  Hall. Davis Bay: Tuesdays In Wilson Cieek  Com Hall. Time: 9 30 lo It 30 al all locations  Fee: $3.00 pei parent and child. Family rale  $5.00  Folk Dancing at Roberts Cieek School,  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3,00 Drop in, everyone welcome.  Music syllabuses have been distributed to music  teacheis re. the Sunshine Coasl Music  Festival, entry deadline Feb. 15. For into.: call  Betty Allen. 886-2324, oi Baib Caltanach, 885-  5444.  Epilepsy - Do you have oi know someone who  does? Find out what the doctois aie not telling  you. II interested maybe start a support gioup.  call 885-6126  MONDAYS  Sunshine Coast Breast Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-in meetings on the litst  Monday ol each monlh. Luinda, 886-4502 or  Wendy, 885-2950.  Seniors' Branch 69. Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. &  Thursdays-11-12.  Overeaters Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall.. Sechell. Phone 885-2108 oi 886-  4781 foi details.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dyslunctional Families meet at St. Mary's  Chinch Hall in Gibsons, 7:30 - 9,  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday ol every monlh, local art rental &  sales at Sunshine Coast Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm, Colfee seived. Original works by  Sunshine Coasl artists for sale or rent; any  donations of unused frames gratefully accepted.  885-5412.  Lite Drawing 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at Ihe  Sunshine Coasl Arts Centie. II you aie inteiesl-  ed. please call 885-4611.  Gibsons Table Tennis Club plays every  Tuesday. 7-10 p.m. Elphinstone Secondaiy  School Caietena. Foi moie inloimation, call Jim  al 886-2775.  WEDNESDAYS  Badminton every Wednesday evening, 8-10  p.m. at Elphinstone High School Gym.  Admission $3,00. Drop in  Sunshine Coasl Toastmasters meeting every  Wednesday al 7:30 pm at Chatelech High  School. Room 1)2, Into 885-3206 Guests welcome  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic ai Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Flelchei. Gibsons Thuisday (torn 7  10 9 pm. Eveiyoue welcome, no appointment  necessary.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets  eveiy Thuisday evening. 6:45 lo 8 pm at the  United Chinch, Glassloid Rd.. Gibsons. Into:  886 7159.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise wilh Joan  Frembd Mondays & Thuisdays 11-12.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meet at the Action  Centre in Sechell, 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basement ol  chinch off Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  Square Dancing - plus level 8:00 pm, Seniors'  Hall. Sechelt. Into 886-7495.  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechelt Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open for all  ages.  *'�� 1-1  Coast News, February I, I1>*I2  7^  in  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gilts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milbum 886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  N.in Nansoii 886-3416      Rosematie Cook 885-5821  leisure  DIningguiDE  YOUR GUIDE TO THE FINEST IN AREA DINING  A LISTING OF RESTAURANTS AD PUBS  FEATURE RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK  HAID-A WAY RESTAURANT  Ihe Hflld-A-Way Rest.iur.int anil dining room located in the Gibsons  Motor Inn invites you to eome in ami visit We think you will enjoy the  relaxed atmosphere and comfortable surroundings Fnjoy a cup of coffee or  a cool drink in our courtyard area Be sure and check out our scrumptious  Sunday buffet - its great  The restaurant is open ever)' morning at 5:30 am for breakfast. For a simply  delicious dinner and fine dining experience it's the I laid-A-Way. Enter our  Valentine's Weekend Escape Contest between now and Feb 12  Highway 101 at I'ark Road  Phone 88M501  FAMILY DINING  Andy't Rtltiurant - Lunch and dinner  ������pedal every day. Every Wednesday  iii^ln is Prime Rib Niclit Hnuw apodal*  in", include veal dishes, steaks, seafood,  pasta, pizza. Thai food .mil lots ot NEW  dtslies, Don't miss Andy's fm*..i Bnimh  Buffet every Sunday from II am - 2:30  pin Hwy l()|, Gibsons, 886-...,88. Open  Sunday and Monday 11 am ��� 9 pm,  hiesilay - Saturday 11 am - 10 pm.  The Boat House - Just a tmy rWo away  in iH-iiuiitiil Hoiseslnte Bay, offering daily  choices of |-i-.sh and flash frozen seafood  from the West, Easi ami Gulf Coasts as  well as a variety ot other specialties. Join  us after 1 pm for dinner or for OUT Spec-  t.mil.n Sunday HiiiikIi, served bdwtTii  10:30 am and 2 pm. Friendly service in a  relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just aonw of the reasons you'll keep  cwnflif back. If you have an important  if ndezvous or a terry to catch, please lei  us know and we'll make the necessary  accommodations. For reservations call  -J2I-8I88. All major credit cards accepted.  Cafe Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere  with warm, helpful staff. Homemade pastas, i-ini'lies and daily specials ate all predated with the freshest ingredients.- both  healthful and delicious. Our whole wheal  bread and scrumptious desserts are baked  fresh daily, on the premises. Outside, dining, lake out orders for the beach and cap-  pucino arc available. The Coasts's  bisiro...as imn|ue as ihe Coast itself,  Monday to Saturday, 9 am - .1 pm. Closed  Sunday. Teredo Square, Sechelt. Phone  ahead for your lunch! 885*9962.  COMt Club Cafe - Bright, open, casual  dining for breakfast and lunch. Fresh is  the order of the day for all of our menu  items. Big burgers, pasta dishes, Mexican  specials, sandwiches, salads and a variety  of daily features With a European flair,  the Coast Club Cafe offers dining at reasonable prices. Open from 6 am daily.  Join us for weekend brunch. 5519 Wharf  Ave., Sechell, 885-9VI4. Visa,  Mastercard and American Express accepted - seating for 60.  Haid-A-Way Restaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great dining  at Ihe Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons  Motor Inn on Hwy 101 al Park Rd Our  friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant  atmosphere v.ill mid to your enjoyment of  mil excellent breakfast, lunch and dinner  menu, which includes a children's section. We're open Sun. to Wed lr'>m 5 30  am until 9 pm, and Thurs. to Sal from  3:30 am until 10 pm. Sunday our regular  breakfast menu is offered from 5:30 - 10  urn In addition wc offer a fabulous  Sunday Bulfet Bninch, 11 am - 2:30 prn,  featuring a scrumptious salad bar, with a  Luge selection of hot and cold dishes ami  desserts. Eat to your heart's content.  Reservations 886-4501. 53 seats plus ban-  <|iiti room.  The Omega Pizza, Steak and Lobster  House - With a perfect view of Gibsons  Marina, and a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise.  You'll often sec Bruno Gerussi, former  star of the Beachcombers, dining here.  Menu includes pizza, pasta, steaks and  seafood. Steaks and seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very  special children's menu. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons Harbour  at 281 Gower Point Rd. 886-2268. Opm  for lunch Mon. - Fri., 11:30 ��� 2:30; dinner  daily 4   9 pm, Fri. A Sat., 'til 10 pm.  Village Restaurant - Cozy family style  cafe with an extensive menu featuring  special pasta dishes, steak and seafood  dinners. Come in and check out our daily  lunch and dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays arc Prime Rib  nights. Fully licenced. Open 7 days a  week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm; Fri.,  Sal. A Sun,, 7 am to 9 pm. 5665 Cowrie  Street, Sechell. 885-98H. Visa A  Mastercard accepted.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Crttk House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, sc-allo|-s, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations tecoin-  mended Roberts Creek Road anil Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays A Tuesdays. Visa A  Mastercard. 40 seats  Tht Wharf. Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table Continental ruisine and  seafoixl at its best. Sunday Bninch from 8  am - 2 pm. Fully licenced and air  conditio tied, Dinner reservations recommended Hwy  tot, Davis Bay 885-7285  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the mutual beauty  of Jervis Inlet while tasting one of our  many homestyle specialties in the pub; or  the casual surroundings of our family  restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge lo the biggest appetite. New  pub hours: Monday ��� Friday 11:30 ���  11:30, Saturday and Sunday 11 to closing.  New kitchen hours: Monday - Friday  11:30 - 7:30, Saturday and Sunday 11 30  lo 8:30. Backeddy Pub - located I/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub - Great  food every day all day. Appetizers and  full menu along with terrific daily specials, available 'til 9 pm every night,  We're known for our great atmosphere  anil good times Sun. - Thurs. open 'til  midnight, Fri A Sal. open 'til 1 am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations accepted  886-8171.  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and entrees  featuring local produce and fresh seafood  in a relaxed setting with ocean view.  Average dinner for two, $30. We're now  open Wednesday through Sunday, 12  noon till 11 pm with our kitchen open  fiom noon till 8 pm Pender Harbour,  883-1145, Mastercard A Visa. Fully  licenced  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay from your table al Ihe Blue  Heron Inn. located on the waterfront at  Porpoise Bay Relax ami enjoy a superb  dining experience Reservations are  required tor dinner Win-er hours: Wed -  Sun , Lunch 11 am * 2 pm. dinner 3 pm  183-3847  The Terrace at Bonntebrook - The  Terrace at Bonnichrook, otters superb  West Coast cuisine in a picturesque and  relaxing lodge setting We offer fresh  local BC food, expertly prepared in a varied menu of appetizers, entrees and  desserts. Follow Gower Point Road to  Ocean Beach Esplanade. RE-opening  Febniary 14,  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernie A Gwen'a Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers,  chicken, desserts, drinks, ice cream. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after 5 pm  only, on $10 minimum orders. Small  charge for orders under $10. Hwy. 101,  Gibsons. 886-7813 Check out our 2 for  1 sale Jan 20 -26,4 pm to closing  Maori dancers build on tradition  kfJaatSty-l  "We believe you have lo  start front the beginning. If we  strengthen ourselves culturally,  everything else will fall into  place."  With brilliant beaded costumes, the beat of a wooden  drum, and powerful performances rooted in their warrior  past, the Kahurangi Maori  dance group brought some of  lhat culture lo the Coast for  three evenings at the Raven's  Cry Theatre last week .  The dance group, made up of  20 young Maoris, was founded  in 1984 by director Tama  Huata, in part lo allow Ihe  native people of New Zealand  to take back a sense of pride in  their traditions, says Willie  Henare, who's been with the  troupe for over five years.  There are seven tribes of  Maori in New Zealand, pan of a  larger cultural group of Polynesian people. Most members of  the Kahurangi company belong  to the Ngati Kahungunu tribe,  one of the largest in the country.  But there are also members  from other tribes, and keeping  that sense of identity is encouraged, says Henare. "That's what  makes our group so unique," he  says. "We don't mind if people  are doing movements a little  differently."  The wooden drum and the  conch shell are really the only  traditional instruments, says  Henare, because most of the  performances in the past relied  on chant and incarnation as  accompaniment. According to  Henare, the Maoris are one of  the few cultures in which performers sing and dance at the  same time.  Many of the elements of  Maori culture are similar to  those of the coastal Native peo-  A Fundtalsoi tot the                                               uUtft lift DU  Community Cultural Centre (W.I.Hall)                                                J^  Sponsoted by Driftwood Players                                     K    ldi*,>  mm sun  Gibsons Elementary School Gym     \     ^*  Thursday, Fab 6,1992                    -*���>  Doort-7:30 pm Curlain-8 pm                              ^***w  Tlckats      $10.00                                 ^_  i  Ticket Outlets    Talewlnd Book; Sechelt  Unnadlne'a. Qlbaona                   Wnltptl A  Roberts Creek General Store          , >,�����, ���������.,, l>y  Ken Uitiivll  This Advertisement Sponsoted by  Suncoeat Motors  f   A POWERFUL  DRAMA  INTRODUCING  SUNDAY  5 m org a shard  Adult *7So    Senior $6$  Children under 10yr. ��*v��  SATURDAY AND SUNDAY SMORGASBORD  5 pm - 8 pm  S* Jade Palate    "  W #1-682 Hwy. 101, dibsons 880-2433  ^iJight  aaaaWVaB                                            ^aaaaaaaaaa|  Pfctl  CHRISTIAN LIFE ASSEMBLY  (Formerly GlbsottS I'enlei ostal Chufl It)  School Road, oppmilt? R.C.M.I'.  Sunday School                   9:45 am  Morning Worship             11 no am  Sunday Evening Servir. v      7:00 pm  Phone: Church Office ��� w.6-7.07  Pastor Ray Austin           8HMR44  Youth Pastor |, Morris   886*3499  ST BARTHOLOMEW'S  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Hwy 101 al Ninth Ril.H8r.-741"  Serving Gibsons & Roberts L'nvk  Worship & Bible Study  Wednesday                  10:30 ant  Parish Family Eucharist  Sunday                       10:30 an*  AllArvWvhonw  Affiliated with thv Pentm oit.il  Assemblies of Canada  the Rev. Esthei North, Rector  THE UNITED CHURCH OF  CANADA  Sunday Wnnhip Service  Gibtom  Glassford Road               11.15 am  Sum I.i v School                        MtlS ���im  SI. lohn'a  1 ).i\i*. Ray kn.td and  Slmpklns Road                  90Q am  Sunday School                       9:30 am  gitflCE  (REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN)  CMWKCM  Sunday  ll:ifi,iin         SI. Hilda's, Sechell  7 nn pm                          111 Homes  Wednesday  7: ill pm               Pastor's Office  |. Cameron liasei  Home ��� HII5.74IWI,' Office ��� BB5.<I707  Crow in Crate  Reverend Ret Ramsey  Church Telephone 886-2333  ��L          ANGLICAN  /mm         CHURCH  ^^���V     Or CANADA  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  B:0(l am - 9:30 am  St. Andrew's, Pender 1 larbour  II :3t)am  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  in Greenecourt Hall  Medusa St, Sechell  Sunday Services                11 :f)() am  A Warm Invitation To All  For information please call  885-2506 or BB5-3M1B  We Extend a Warm Welcome to All  B85-50I9  Rev. lune Maffin ��� Rev. Dan Giffoid  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  Mas, Scbrdule  Saturday  5:00 pm                   SI Mary's, Gibsons  Sunday  fl:45 am                 Our Lady of Lourrle.  9:41 am                  Holy Family, Seidell  11:40 am                 SI. Mary's, Gibsons  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes You To loin Us in  Sunday Worship  Children's Piogiess               10:00 am  Prayei                                10:00 am  Morning Woiship Service     10:45 am  Wednesday                         7:00 pm  Confession,  Sechell  1st* 3rd Sal 400.4:30pm  Gibsons  2nd t. 4lh Sal 430- 5:00 pm  Telephone 8H5-9526  599 Cower Point Road  M6-7049  Pastor Monty Maclean  pie of British Columbia, says  Henare. The ocean is a large  part of Maori life, and large  communal meeting houses  called wharc-nui serve a similar  function to longhouses. The  Maori are also expert carvers,  and use their carvings - called  teko tekos - to tell stories in a  fashion similar to West Coast  totem poles.  Through the Kahurangi  group, the Maori culture is now  being shared in communities  throughout North America. In  the past lew years, the group  has taken part in a cultural  exchange with the Red Thunder  dance society in Calgary, which  serves as a base for tours across  Canada, Mexico and America.  For their slay in Sechell last  week, the group was hosted by  the Sechell Indian Band.  "It's a very alive culture,"  says Henare. "It's good know  who you are and where you  came from."  Set/red O 'Brien 's  surfacing art  Surface/Resurface is an exhibition of work by Paula Seifred  O'Brien, at the Sunshine Coast  Arts Centre from Wednesday,  Feb. 5 until Sunday, Feb. 23.  Paula mixes the fields of  painting, textiles, and jewelry  into rich and colourful pieces.  "My work flows from two  streams of thought. A bright  design and patterned look  reflect concern of Ihe wrestle of  rationalism versus passion,  intellect versus emotion, obligation versus desire," Seifred  says. "Flowers and snakes slither over tenuous grids and  checkerboards. My other recurring images come out of a deep  fascination with the visual and  sensual richness of the ancient  worlds of Crete, Egypt, and  Europe.  "1 try lo create an atmosphere, a garment, a fan, a wall-  fragment, that reflect today but  could almost have been dug up  from some time past. While  well-constructed, pieces have  the fragility or even the decrepitude of the burial ground."  There will be a reception for  Paula Seifred at the arts centre,  2 pm, Saturday (Feb. 8). Everyone is welcome, refreshments  will be served. The exhibition  can be seen Wednesday to Saturday from 11 am to 4 pm and I  pm lo 4 pm Sunday.  Paula Seifred in her art.  THINGS TO DO  ON THE SUNSHINE COAST   :il  VISITORS  WELCOME .  ifjph^H' *  Pt n'OCR h&KBOUR  (qOLf CLUB Jfe  Lounge & Snack Bar V5:^      Power Cars Available  Hwy. 101, 2 kms. north ol Garden Bay lurnoll  Phone 8839541  Browse  mShow Piece Gallery  For Handmade Gifts ��� Pottery ��� Cards ��� Candles ��� Art Supplies  280 Gower Polni Road, Gibsons Landing ��� 886-9213  Visit  mShow Piece Framesi  Quality Custom Framing  ���    t|-*.Vf Frame-It-Yourself Section  Wilson Creek Plaza ���  885-9215 leisure  Eclectica: papering functional art  Iry Stuart lajrnilde  "It's altogether the art of  recycling." says Georges  Larose.  "The epitome of il," agrees  his partner. Micheline  Gamache.  The two papier mache artists  are elaborating on the finer  points of their craft while sipping hot tea in theiradiiwntown  Roberts Creek art gallery,  Eclectica.  "It's using what might otherwise be thrown away to make  something beautiful."  And Georges and Micheline  make beautiful things .almost  anything, it seems from viewing  iheir portfolio, from Mardi Gra  masks to life size human figures.  In Iheir gallery their work  includes a life-size newspaper  cal with muscles hunched and a  tail that seems to twitch when  caught in a peripheral glance,  small figurines with wire hair  and a pcdeslal over six feel  high, made with the help of discarded xerox paper. There is art  of impressive variety, complexity and beauty. But a large portion of their art goes beyond  beauty lo combine aesthetic  appeal with usefulness -  Georges and Micheline create  functional art.  Papier mache lamps, coffee  tables, living room chain. - you  name it. Ihe artists incorporate  actual household fixtures and  furnishings to create pieces that  can be utilized, scrutinized, or  both, simultaneously.  Georges and Micheline  embarked into papier mache  some 10 years ago while living  in Winnipeg. Alter exhibiting  their work and undertaking private commissions all over  Canada and in numerous locations through out the United  States, they deciding on  Roberts Creek as a home in  1988.  "It's an absolutely incredible  location." says Georges.  The Gallery Eclectica is  located in the upper floor of a  two-storey wooden Roberts  Creek landmark building, built  in 1928 and situated across  from the general store.  The upper floor the gallery  occupies is the former home of  the "Goon Saloon", the infamous alter hours Roberts Creek  speak easy that allowed the  ���nountics to keep tabs on the  Coast's more questionable characters through the early seventies.  Those worthy souls who  haunted that iniquitous den two  decades ago would be hard  pressed lo recognize their old  stomping grounds in 1992,  however, because Micheline  anil Cieorges also design home  interiors and have made the  most of their surroundings.  Using their Interior design  talents, Georges and Micheline  have transformed the shop into  a bright, attractive setting for an  art gallery by keeping the decor  simple while emphasizing Ihe  antiquity and charm their locale  has lo offer.  As the name indicates,  Eclectica is home to a greater  variety of an than papier mache  and its variations. The gallery  is also a show place for numerous local artists who. despite an  abundance of talent, might not  receive a showing elsewhere for  lack of notoriety.  To further their own art and  heighten public awareness of  Remember When...  5 YEARS MO  Itm applkdiK,,, i��� 14V1- east rnanaa.frTH.ru of ihr llitab. al the (jitwtas wharf K tbr  I nm .1 Fisheniit.ii j',,1 AtlH-d Workers Utuuti nut. smm ck- appm.t-d  lllit-ARSAUO  Vandalism at jHr-c-IMOod Gravel A^ii-pjl.-v on NslHa Island n-Milli-,1 in an oil spill  tl.c- miles t.> lOmilrs on lite *alcr lis Canadian Wildlllc Si-rsicr rcponrd tiut somt-  hirds ha.e ataTfl alteili-il aldmugh thi- numbers an-n I available, and UV cMenl o! dam  age lo ovsler beds and Intel tidal lite in the area nave n.n set bet-u assessed  1$ YKAKS AGO  The Sunshine Coasl Regional Dislnct hoard Ttiursda. e.ennn; voted lor a raise in  one quartet null tundiiu; lot St Man s Hospnal. Ihe lolal cost not lo eueed iS7.*00  This provisional budget includes VtU.IXKl basic iSJMKKJ last .earl SSI300 lo Pender  Harbour Clinic. $5000 lor internal cosls and S17,520 vvoikinil capital  2$ YKARS AGO  Based on increased propenv assessment on land and iniplnveinenls. Gibsons Council Tursdav night came lo the conclusion lhat the !ub? iiiutiiiinal mil rate will be  sllghtly lowei than last .ear's. 11 5  45 YKARS AGO  A movement to incorporate diree comniumlit-s. (iranihains. Hopkins Landing and  Soalnes Point as an incorporated village will be disvussed at a uii'etiiic at (itanlhains  Hall tonight  Micheline I,arose iV Georges  (iiiiiiiiclie luhme) wilh some of  their creations.  A 5 foot pupiei niaehe  lamp (rightI  - February 15 is opening nighl  for the Keleetiea (lallery,  eelehralinK the miusiiin in  eonjunetion lo Roberts Creek  Curivale. All in downtown  Roberts Creek!  Aspflct/ltanel fiudel Phofa  papier mache, Georges and  Micheline hold monthly papier  mache classes thai have been  "incredibly" well attended since  inception.  "It's something most people  have done al one point or another." says Micheline. "and it's  something everyone enjoys  doing."  RAVEN'S CDY  THEATRE  Notice to Movie Patrons  The return of our  projection equipment is  imminent.  Watch this space for  new schedules of movies.  Ravens Cry Theatre  Located at House Of Hewhiwus, Sechelt BC  PHONE NUMBER  885-4673  Shake off winter  blues at Carnival  In many cultures around the  world people call back the sun  and chase away the blues with  carnival celebrations. Our local  version of this folk tradition is  Creek Carnival '92 lo be held in  downtown Roberts Creek and at  Roberts Creek Hall The date  for all festivities is Feb. 15.  The theme for Creek Carnival '92 is SOS for nature and  celebralors will come in masks  and costumes inspired by  nature. Carnival allows the wild  side of our souls to sneak out,  wilh the help of costumes,  parades and music. The  Caribbean Steel Band: Soul  Survivor will be creating the  mood at two hall events.  A non-alcoholic family event  will take place through the dinner hour from 5 to 7 pm; Graham Walker will be host and  performing. Soul Survivor will  play a set of carnival music.  Tasty savouries - meat and vegetarian will be available. This  event costs $2.50 per person.  The adult dance will run  from 9 pm to 1 am. Patrons will  party to the music of Soul Survivor for $12 per person.  Proceeds go to Save The  Hall Fund and Sunshine Coast  Environmental Protection Program (SCEPP).  Tickets for these events go  on sale Feb. I at locations in  downtown Roberts Creek.  Watch for news of downtown  Roberts Creek events. Eclectica  Art Gallery will be having a  grand opening before Ihe dance,  wilh a show of local artwork.  If you would like to volunteer for working on this event,  please call Lee at 885-4410.  Baha'i  Faith  I In- Italia', it-ai'liiiijts *.|h--iI<  not only to the spirit ol  tnaii, but lo lite lirarl.  I^KINKJIWAIION  Dill .886-2078  oi885 7259  Rooms  $105����  886-2804  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  PER WEEK |U  Plus Tax        R?  Gibsons Legion  Branch #1091(!  Feb. 7 & 8  Clayton  Delaney  IVIlfcH  Draw  sm^^m^MM^Jkm^t^   Aft-aaaaaMWI^aaaaaaatt  MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME  886-2  Elphinstone  Secondaiy  ���News���  INTERACT AND ROTARY SPONSOR  FITNESS A FUN NIOHT  Last January 24, the school's Interact Club and its  sponsor group, the Gibsons Rotary, organized the  first Fitness and Fun night al Elphinstone's gym.  Basketball, volleyball, badminton, ping-pong, and  aerobics were enjoyed by all. Next session will be  Feb. 21  THANK YOU WESTERN SYSTEMS  CONTROL  Local company Western Systems Control recently  hosted a tour and talk for Grade 12 students on a  science program at the school. Thanks especially to  Dennis Hostland, Assistant General Manager.  BASKETBALL OAMES AT ELPHI  On February 4, the Junior Boys and Girls Basketball  Teams will be playing against Brackendale from 3-  4:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend and cheer on  the Cougars.  PARENTS INVITED TO CONFLICT  RESOLUTION WORKSHOP  The District Parents Advisory Council is hosting a  workshop by Fran Jovick regarding problem solving  and conflict resolution. Date ��� Match 7 Time: 9-12  Place - Davis Bay Elementary. Call Bev Dali (885-  2078) to register.  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  PRESENTS  Johnny  Moses  Storyteller  Tuesday, Feb. 4th  8:00 pm  Tickets: $8.00  Coast News Classifieds  886-2622  885-3930  Coming...  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Coasl News, February 3, 14*12  17  leisure  Globe-trotting at 80 - Mary Pellatt  still broadening her horizons  'Mary's trips aren't  the standard  tourist junkets to  Hawai, London or  New York'  ��*ry tat* Miction  "I've always said my personal coal of arms was a red herring  impaled on a tangent," Mary Pellatt chuckled, her expressive 80-year-  old face suddenly transformed by a mischievous grin.  It is this wondrous mix of maturity and childlike freshness which  endears Mary to Iter friends, not only the ones here on the Coast, hul  the do/ens and dawns she hits collected in her travels  For Mary is a confirmed traveller, and while most travellers collect souvenirs, Mary collects friends. She doesn't always speak the  language of lite countries she visits but, she exclaims wilh delight, "a  smile has no language!"  When Mary isn't off on a trip, she's preparing for one and gels  almost as much fun out of the preparation as she gels out of the trip  itself All winter long she studies airline, train and bus schedules and  carefully plans an itinerary  Then comes the selection  of interesting places to stay.  Large Hilton type hotels are  definitely noi part of the pic-  lure. Instead, she looks tor  small local hotels, or bed anil  breakfasts where she can get  to know her hosts  Baggage is as carefully  planned as ihe itinerary.  Never too much, but everything she could |xtssibly need, with a little  sptue left over for well chosen gifts lo friends and hostesses, lo be  replaced with mementos for dreaming wilh when she returns home.  Mary's trips aren't the standard tourist junkets to Hawaii, London  or New York She goes to places like the Channel Islands, Denmark  and Norway, Siberia or Lapland,  Her I'WI itinerary would have satisfied most people for about  three years Her June ttip included Rankin Inlet and Baffin Island,  li|aliiit and Yellowknife..  She came back home to Sechelt for July, then in August headed  out again, this time lo Alaska and then on to Siberia. There she spent  two and a half days on the Trans-Siberian Railway, explored the city  of Irkutsk and then cruised on Lake Baikal and Ihe Amur River  Back in Alaska, she broke one of her own traditions and joined a  group of organized tourists and visited Kotsebne, which is within the  Arctic Circle, then Nome, Anchorage, Whitlier, College Inlet and  Fairbanks She sampled everything - panning for gold, a dog sled ride  and an excursion on a sleniwheeler.  September was a lime for assimilation again at home and not long  alter her XOth birthday in (Iclolvr she was off again.  This time she joined a group of archaeology buffs lo explore the  cliff dwellings of Ihe ancient Anasaz/.i in New Mexico, wilh a side  trip to ihe (hand Canyon.  She doesn't lei anything stop her. Like most people, she has the  regulation share of health problems. But for her, an ailment is just  something thai needs lo lie dealt with so she can gel on with the current trip - more or less in the same category as making sure she has  Traveller Mary Pellatt.  Joel Jonnstone photo  the right connections between planes or the confirmation ol n hotel  reservation.  She firmly believes a cheerful mind results in n healthier body and  often quotes one of her favourite authors. Dr. Norman Cousins, who  wrote about the healing effects of laughter.  And what is Mary planning for 1992? It could be either a red herring or a tangent, but one thing is certain, her destination will be some  interesting and unusual spot on the globe.  >;.-..'  Sunshine Coast    j  !ICES  DIRECH��  RY  /PRECISE PAINTING & PLASTERS  l All Phases of Drywall  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Tire & Water Damage  ��� Journeyman Workmanship  Neale  886-0928 Fit* Eitirutm  Vance  886-9199/  tf~.  CotUott* jbUiqH ��td.  V    673 Payne Rd��� Qlbsoha 886-3191   J  To M��t your bu��lnt���� wHti the  MfMt-U  CALL THE COAST NEWS  Mfr2622  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  Exclusive OeiHtrship to the  Sunshine Const for  Yamaha  Outboards.  Exceptional quality  al in exceptionally  low price.  Fetturina  Vimahi'iiMW  Stem Drive  Beckett  A VII' Store  Furniture Land  Highway 101. Bo* 2549. Sechelt. B C VON SAO  telephone (604) HB5-5756 ��� Fan (G04) 885-2756  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kl  I  I ,Y'S  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  V /  t)N>* ' Soil Water Licences a*esV  ' Motelfv Campsites ' Walei f.ivi "  ' M.iiiiieKelMiis        'lie.iuil r.fkle 861-221.6 J  &  mccaneer  Marina a Resort Lti>  located in Secret Cove 885-7888  S-SrSeT MARINE SPECIALISTS .   .|.w:  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 1 C Tlt-rmoglass ^mm^ V'^..,  Cobra Boats now   "*���      ���-- vjk.*"  In-Stock  l.'.N:MIJ:iV  [OUTBOARDS  LANDSCAPING  'Cracked  Up' stage  madness  "She courageously belts out  some ditties that hilariously  lambast the health care system.  She sticks out her acid tongue at  sexism in show business. She  also does a pretty mean juggling  act. Exciting stuff." says Paula  Simons of the Arts Tonight.  CBC Radio, commentating on  Kate Hull, actress and writer of  the Cracked Up project.  This play, the first in a series  of three one-person shows presented by the Sunshine Coast  Arts Council, will be staged  Saturday (Feb. 8) at 8 pm.  There's no shame in mental  illness, only in the way we treat  it. Kate Hull is a woman who  would like to change that. Her  dramatic guided tour through  the strange landscape of mental  illness moves from Hash point  to flash point illuminating the  unsettling truths, outrageous  humour and indomitable  humanity that fuel triumphant  survival.  The story tells of a young  theatre-school graduate who  unexpectedly falls down the  rabbit hole and changes from  slightly neurotic lo severely  psychotic in a few surreal days.  Other plays in this series v. ill be  Oscar Wilde In Earnest March  14, and Theatre Inconnu's  Hamlet, April 11.  Contrary to the rumors,  Carl Horner of  HILLS MACHINE SHOP  Is still here to serve you  Genera] Machine Work ��� Welding ��� Engine Repairs  ��� Marine Ways & Boat Repairs  524 MARINE, GIBSONS ��� 886-7221  TIDE TABLES  Mon   Time HI Ft  6 2!i  3   11*88  MO    4 45  11 35  14 1  10 3  13 0  35  Fri    Time  HI. Ft  t 05  745  2 10  7 45  14 8  75  1? J  Tues Time Ht. Ft  6:45     147  4   12 30       9 7  TU     530     129  Sat   Time Ht Ft  140  8 10  2 50  8 40  68  14.7  68  12 1  Wed  Time HI. Ft.  12 05  5     705  WE     I 00  4.1  14.7  8.9  615    127  Sun   Time Ht. Ft.  9    8 35     14 6  SU     3:30      6.2  9 50     12 0  Thurs Time Ht. Ft  12:35  7:25  1:35  7:00  48  148  82  125  m  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson   for shoohumchuk Nmm *��d  raciiic standard Time ��,���)!���,<��� ,<�� Mcr. n oitati  I ide Tables courtesy <>t  PRONTO'S  FINE DININC; RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138 Sechell ��� 885-1919  INVITATION TO TENDER  The British Columbia Ferry Corporation  invites tenders lor:  LANGDALE FERRY TERMINAL  C92322 LANGDALE PARKING DEVELOPMENT  In general, work shall consist ot:  Clearing and grubbing,  installation of storm sewer  system, site grading, placement  of crushed gravel base,  placement of riprap, installation  of steel beam guardrail,  installation of chain link fence  and hydroseeding.  Tender Documents may be obtained by general  contractors only on January 27,1992 Irom:  Manager, Terminal Construction  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRY  CORPORATION  1112 Fort Street  Victoria. British Columbia  V8V 4V2  Tel: (604) 381-1401  Sealed Tenders .ire lo be submitted to the above  address  By      1400 hours on February 20.1992.  Documents may also be viewed al Ihe offices ol the  Amalgamated Construction Association, Victoria  and Nanaimo. B C and the Vancouver Construction  House  0 BCFGRRIGS  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Cabinets  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Millwork  shop 886-8615    ���    res. 886-2231  S & G TREE SERVICE  Topping ��� Trimming -Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured * 20 Years Experience  865-3897  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE^  Puctnm Pi tit inn . Pl^nirin 1  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts &  Chris Nipper8863488  R.R.K4, S6, C78,  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  : a 11 8862622(Gih-,ons)  S8-S-3930(. Sechell)  SWIMMING POOL SCHEDULE  Mondays ft Wednesdays  Early Bird 6:30-8:30  Aqua Fit 9.00-10:00  Parent* Tot 10:30-11:00  Noon Swim 11:00-1:00  Lessons 3:30-7:30  Swm Club 7:30-8:30  Lengths Only/Masters 8:30-10:00  Tuesdays A Thursdays  Senioi Fitness 10:00 11 00  Senior Swim  Adapted Aquatic  Lessons  Adult Lessons  Public  11:00-12:00  2:303:30  3:30-5:30  5:30-6:00  6:00800  Saturday  Public  Public  2:00-4:00  5:00-7:00  Sunday  Family  Public  Adull undeiwater hockey 8:00-9:00  Tuesday Only  1:30-3:30  3:30-5:30  Fridays  Early Bitd  Aqua Fit  Senior Swim  Noon Swim  Swm Club  Public  For more information, contact  Gibsons Pool 886-9415.  Gibsons Swimming Pool  886-9415 We're out to meet you!  Meet with JOHN CAWKER  on Tuesday. February 11.1992  At the BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTRE  205 - 5710 Teredo St. Sechelt  To anange an appointment, call 885-1959  A Federal Business Developme  R.ink reptesentahve will be  paying your community ������' visit  in the neit tew days Call  a  today and ari.tngt* an appointment lo discuss financing and  management services (counselling, planning and training)  committed'to your success  La B-tnquc onrt Mt  services 0a.iti let d*u*.  Ungun orllcielb��  ��� I .11 in Til  sports  Pigs riding with  positive attitude  The catch phrase lor this  vear's rugh\ side is "TTtis is the  Year!"  Having been disappointed in  iheir opening match against  UBC Old Boys (Jan. 18, 16 to 6  loss), the fellows are determined to catch up on the fourth  *��*  FRONTRUNNERS  ��� Vancouver Canucks Tickets  Vancouver Canucks Vs. Calgary Flames L m\ka\  Thursday April 2,1992  No Purchase Necessary  Drop in at our new store & lill out an entry form.  Draw will take place on March 20.  ���aW"  playoff spot. Practices are being  well attended and much knowledge is sinking in (I hope).  For most of you out there  who may or may not know,  practices can be attended by all.  We have a lighted field (lower  Elphinstone High School) and  you need not gel involved in  contact, but the more the merrier.  A stand-out performer from  years past has decided to show  us his wealth of the game and is  blending in just fine. Keep on  truckin' Ken (Miles).  Don't forget Tuesday and  Thursday at 6:30 pm, come on  out for a jog and some exercise.  We're trying to build on the athletic end of the organization.  Back to rugby, sorry lo say  that both our games of the past  two weeks have been cancelled  due to an over-abundance of  liquid sunshine. Hopefully,  Mother Nature will let us get  hack to it next weekend. Away  vs VRC, our next home game  against Scribes on Feb. 15. See  va there! Thanks for listening.  Oink! Oink!  RUNNING SHOES BY  Rucanor/^  Orlando Squadron Cinto (child's)      Lady  $3999   $49.99    $33.99   $39.99  Reg.$49.98  Here's a chance to monkey  around on the tennis court.  The Suncoast Racquet Club  is celebrating the Chinese New  Year (the Year-of the Monkey)  with a fun night Tuesday, opening the courts for a loonie a  player from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30  The new racquet club is also  sponsoring a logo contest; Feb.  21 is the closing date for  entries. Winners will be  announced Feb. 29 at the club's  Sadie Hawkins dance.  A 100-foot cedar  tree lies strewn  across the 2500-  block Ottawa  Avenue in West  Vancouver. The  tree knocked  down power and  telephone lines,  and severed a gas  main during a  recent storm.  Photo courtesy of the North Shtirv News, Neit Lucenle  Your phone call could keep the lights on.  Since trees are such an integral part of our environment, power outages caused by falling trees  and branches can never be completely eliminated.  However, you can assist in preventing a  significant number of these outages. First, by  making sure that trees and branches do not  contact your service lines (the wires that run from  the power line to your house); and secondly, by  notifying your local Hydro office of trees on your  property which pose an additional hazard to  nearby public power lines. Examples would  include trees with poor roots and diseased,  damaged or leaning trees. When you call, Hydro  will inspect the site and consult with you on the  appropriate action. If removal of the tree is agreed  upon to protect public power lines, Hydro will  pay the cost.  But please, don't take unnecessary risks by  working near live power lines. Call your local  Hydro office or a certified tree trimming company  for assistance.  By working together, we can enjoy the natural  beauty of our environment while minimizing the  potential for service interruptions.  BG hydro  Elphinstone senior boys went down to defeat to top ten  ranked 'A' division Ahbotsford last week. Both junior  boys and girls play Brackendale Feb. 4, beginning at 3  p.m. Joel   Jonnsione   Dt'Olo  swimming results  The Chinook Swim Club,  coached by Dan Cross, had a  successful meet Jan. 19 and 20.  "A" times (regional), "AA"  times (provincial) and "AAA"  times (youth champion) were  made by the following swimmers: Jessica Dayton: third 100  Free A, sixth 50 Free AA;  Hanna Henderson: second 100  Breast A, fifth 100 Back A, second 200 Breast A and sixth 100  Free A; Beth Ward: sixth 100  Free; Ryanne James: fifth 100  Breast, sixth 100 Back, fifth  100 Free A, third 50 Free AA,  Eli Treter: fourth 25 Back;  Kelly Kavanagh: second 100  minor hockey  Free AA; Matt Graham: third  100 Breast AA, fifth 50 Free  AA, third 100 Back A A, second  200 Breast AA.  Other swimmers performing  well were: Sean Heathfield:  fourth 100 Breast A, fourth 200  Breast; Shane Cross: fourth 100  Back, fifth 100 Free; Ryan Mel-  lor: sixth 100 Breast A, sixth  100 Free, fifth 200 Breast;  Tyson Cross: sixth 100 Free;  Josh Hodge: fifth 100 Breast A,  fifth 100 Back; Jordan Hall:  second 25 Free, second 25  Back, fourth 50 Free AAA,  third 100 Fly AA.  Peanuts - the kids played  their first real game wih Purple  vs Yellow and Green vs White.  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  Pups - the Cougars and  Sharks went to Powell River for  a jamboree - the results Cougars  5 vs Parkland 5.  Cougars 7 vs North Island 3;  Cougars 2 vs Bank of Montreal,  Powell River, 5; Sharks 4 vs  North Island 1; Sharks 0 vs  Royal Bank 4; Sharks 5 vs  Parkland 5.  Remie Sauver, a Peanut  playing with the Pup team, got  his first assist. Way to go  Remie. At home the Whalers 6  vs Bruins 1.  Atoms - Jets 7 vs Oilers 4,  Oiler scoreres Ryan Jennings,  Eric Lau, Brian Harapnuk and  Drew Graham. Jets scoreres:  James Rickbeil with five goals;  singles to Mike Salconi and  Justin Tornell.  Pee Wee 'C - Canucks 1 vs  Squamish 6.  Gibsons Landing S\V"',-  Slo-Pitchy -/v"  League  Organizational  Meeting:  7:30 pm  Weds., Feb 5 '"  Cedar's Pub  Coaches,  Managers, Sponsors  & Executive only, please.  1   r*l .    -.   "  - ��    -     .     . Coast News, February J, 1992  19  Urd  WBBk FREE ^ 886~2622 or 885-3930  VISA  DEADLINE noon SATURDAY  New Homes  10% down  From $109,900  These quality built  homes oiler over  1200 sq. II. wilh 3  bdrms. & 1 1/2  baths.  For Information:  call collect:984-3386  G&G INVESTMENT  CORP.  Members ol the New  Home Warranty  Program  ATTENTION HOME BUYERS  Are you looking lor lhat special  custom built home on a large private, level lot? We have the home  lor you 1450 sq It lhat includes  3 large bedrooms, wonderlul  kitchen, lge livingioom. 2 baths,  lots ol cupboard space. 3 brand  new a Plus large single gaiage &  much, much more Al $141,000  this quality home will not last For  appl phone 885-3737. 885-4602,  ot 885 9323. #5  5 Acres wilh view in Redioolls  area. $85,000 886 4599 or 984-  2059. ss  Ocean view, lot��?(). Blue Grass  Rd.. Davis Bay. Enquiries 632-  6052 K  Lot Judith ltd. Gibsons, quiet,  cleared lot Phone 886-2855 anytime. ��6  Trade a 3 bdrm. house Wilson  Cieek loi Sunshine Coast  acreage. 885-7199. ��6  12 plus acres 2 bdrm home,  l/place. pond, timber, private. By  ownet. Reasonable otter 88.1  2977 ss  1     Homes &  Property  1/4 Acre Lot  Sechelt  $28,500  Ready to build on.  Nick Pioach 583-7653  Valley Pacilic  $106,000  We've deducted the commissions.  Bright two bedroom split level  townhouse. fireplace in living rm.  sepaiale dining rm. 11/2 baths 5  appl close to shopping, schools  (medical centie No pets 886  8059 16  LOCK-UP 2000 House package  we'll build you the liame, complete with windows, exl. doois.  siding .roofing and you finish the  inside 2 level house 1125 sq It -  $l27.500.Ranchet 1200 sq II  $21,500 Bungalow 900 Sq It-  $18,500 (limited time oiler) Build  lor less than $45 a sq. II. It's  last.inenpensive. high quality,  engeigy elliaent and FUNI Interested? Phone 946-7655 Hurryl!��5  Waterlront  54' lol - BO yr.lease.  Keals  Island. Try youi oiler. 886-2694.  5sr  Three bdim. on 1.6 acres, poss  separate addition as a unit or studio or shop, duck pond, horse  shed, zoned loi small business,  walking distance lo Park Plaza.  Priced tor quick sale, $125,000.  Call 886-2226. ��6  3 bdrm. home In Oceanmount. gd.  view, asking $245,000. Call 886  9044. #6  W. Jechelt mobile home, coiner  lot, near school, stote. $62,000.  8855492 ss  Stillwater. South Powell Rivet.  Basemenl home, view, beach,  $98,000.487-9334. SS  CLASSIFICATIONS  Home & Properly  Births  Obituaries  In Memortam  Thank You  Personal  Announcement  Personal Services  Weddings &  Engagements  10. Lost  11. Found  12. Pets A Livestock  13. Music  14. Travel  18. Wanted  It, Prat  17* Owage Sales  Wittier & Trade  It.  Appliances  20. Furniture  21. For Sale  22. Heavy Equipment  23. Autos  24. Trucks  25. Campers  26. Marine  27. Mobile Homes  28. Motorcycles  29. Wanted to Rent  30. Bed and Breakfast  31. For Rent  32. Commercial for Rent  33. Entertainment  34. Help Wanted  35. Business and Home  Services  36. Work Wanted  37. Child Care  38. Business Opportunities  39. Legal  40. Too Late to Classify  DPOPOPFVOUF.  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY HHV -HHH  AC BUILDING SUPI'I.IRS 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  IWM stow: 885-9435  In Davis Bay  PtSNINSULA MARKUT HHS'>72|  In Roberts Creek  Itnlil It Is CttHRK GIINKHAI. MOW 885-3400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM FRIDAY  In Sechelt  TUB COAST NISWS  S5 "1 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  Till! COAST NEWS  (behind Docksklc Pharmacy) hh<�� *i,2'  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  There la always I smiling, face to receive your  i lamirtf it*, al Ihe Roberts Creek General Store, our  "Friendly People Place" in Roberts Creek  Homes &  Property  1/2 acte lot Lotin Road.  Redrooffs. controlled subdivision.  $45,000 432-9379 eves        ss  2 bdrm townhouse with view.  ��� IS. 76S School Rn . Uibsons  Spacious t bright 1600 sq. tl 1  1/2 bath. 4 appl $94,800 Vendor  may cairy portion ot linancing  Call Marilyn collect 531 -0690 TFN  Looking loi property in Roberts  Creek We'll pay cash tor the rrghl  piece 886-7372 ��7  Builder with beaulilul panoramic  view lot overlooking Poipoise Bay  in Timber Creek Estates Must be  seen will build to suil 885-2105  all 5pm ��7  New 4 bdim view home. NO  GST $165,000 886 7235      ��7  ESTATE  SALE  90' level waterliont. 2  bdrms. lull basement, oil  heal, sundeck. carport.  landscaped lot, paved  driveway.  $229,000  For details call  llat Cachlln   244 0151  New quality built home. YUCA  Rd.. Langdale. 3 bdim up ensuite,  soaker tub. angle showei, corner  sink. Main bathioom combination  bath/showei unit. 2 bdim down  stalls with bathioom tub/shower  Laige utility room, rumpus loom.  2cai gaiage. 885-4616. 885-2735  eves. ss  Large view lot on Gale Ave So  cleared, underground services,  perc tested. 885-7365.  Very large artist's woikshop and 2  homes on 1.31 acies ��� live in one,  lent other 2, pay oil your mortgage al rental puce. Jan McKen  na 885-3211. ss  3 bdrm. home, almost new. 2  balhs. 1400 sq It plus large  gaiage workshop Spacious cor  net lot with many trees. Asking  $145,000 1228 Fitchen al Veler  ansRd. 886-8651. ss  NEED A  VACATION?  THE INN AT  MAZATLAN  19-2 wk. Vac.  $7,95(k,  for information  886-9399  Gibsons Gower Point choicest  waterliont, panoiamic view, t/2  acie. 581-2904 (Suirey).        ss  48' �� 330' of prime low bank  waterlront in Gibsons Haiboui  near Gibsons Marina.. House  needs repair but could be fixed up  loi recreational or rental use  Pioperty zoned Tourist Commei  cial (C-2). Double gaiage plus  storage shed. $189,500. Phone  Jennifer 1-689-7070.  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE  CATALOQUE  5f8f Cowrie SI    Box 1219  Sechell. BC VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van  Toll Free 684-8016  3.   Obituaries  3    Obituaries  GILL - Robert James Gill, late ol  Sechelt. in his 78th year Died on  Jan 16,1992. in San Jose del  Cabo Me. to Survived by his  wile Maigarel and husband Morris  Sherman. 6 grandchildren and 3  greal grandchikjren Private family graveside service al Forest Law  Cemetery Devlin Funeral Home.  directors t5  Aie you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need lo talk*  Call Ihe Sunshine Coasl Transition House loi conlidenlial 24 hi  service 885-2944 TFN  Announcement  Art' you * oim ��rnr<l  ..hunt tin* water you're  tlrinkiiiKi'   f   ���DfSttU >'<" OHtl f-r/  writer <n Uom$   t~~j  SUNSHINE COAST  PURB WATER   *  DISTUXHRS  885-0839  m  Seaview Gardens will be closed  from Feb 313. reopen Valentines  Day. 45  We're in training. Is youi baby?  Indisposables Training Pants. Call  Kalhy Reid 885-7326. 46  Happy  40*  Anniversary  RUTH  &  BOB  Feb. 1st, 1952  May i/oii love  and lini^li for  40 morel  ALL BEST WISHES  from  THE COAST NEWSIES  "II you really mean it" say il in  stone. One-ol-a-kind Valentines,  hand-caived in soapstone, order  youis now. 883-9323 #6  A Workshop For Men  Al Mounlainsong. Facilitator Bill  Cole. Evening, Feb. 14, days Feb.  15416. $100 includes meals. For  inio and registration 885-6170. ��5  Sunshine Coast Navy League is  seeking recruits loi Ihe New Year  boys S gills ages 10-13 are needed. Develope skills in seamanship  4 self-discipline. Uniform provided  Join us at Ihe Gibsons Legion "5  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD  I Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Fiienaty Paints     ,  in All  Colours Ol  The H,nnbo*     /,  Including Green  Announcement  SINGING TELEGRAMS  Gi ve a Valentine surpose Call a  professional singer Balloons,  (lowers, candy Inio 885 9830 ��5  12   Pets &  Livestock  12   Pets &  Livestock  School District 446  Sunshine Coast  Industrial  First Aid  Eve/wknd Course  begins Jan. 23  Day Course  begins Feb. 24  call  Continuing Education  (885-2991)  to register  Buying Beer Bottles a Beer  Cms  We Will Pick Up  ���0 cents/dot.  886-0951.  #7  Lots of  injt* Bargains  LADIES' FASHIONS!  Consignment  & New  Come In & browse  The  Corner  Closet  Ri'.ir. 689Hwy Ml. Gibsons  MON-SAT, 10:30-4:30  t losed Wednesdays   tiilu-titirti  Vanderveen Hay  Sales  Delivery  m,v Feb. 8***  1-800-663-2678  ���Jeanine - 885-9969  Mark - 883-2742  Dwail rabbits and cages, manyi  colours, assorted prices. 886-  7372. (71  Conal for rent, Selma Park, $50  month. 885-0910. ��6s  Malemute-Arctic woll pups, white.  F ��� $300, M - $400. Parents can  be seen, 885-9675. ss  Alder Logs  Norvik Hardwoods Inc.  'buys l,ys & standing linihor  CunUacI  Rim Cox  Tel lib-IHn Paa 946-1769  Cellular 22(1-2814  7SI5Hura.ollR.wd  Delia. B C V4(i 1B7  Sell-propelled gasoline lawnmow  ei in gd cond  886-7153        ��6  Will pay lop dollar lor old wood  burning sio.es 1-942-5066 collect aft 6pm to  Single oi double garage lor storage, will lent. 886-4699 eves,  885-6236,9am or eves ��5  Fridge, 24" wide, gd cond, Halt-  moon Bay School. Parents Group  885-3920 IS  17   Garage S,tl(  Sunshine Coasl Navy League is  seeking recruits loi the New Year,  boys 4 girls ages 10-13 aie needed. Develope skills in seamanship  and sell-discipline. Uniform provided. Join us alIhe Gibsons  legion Hall Weds, at 6 30pm  *5  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then S Now Furniture.  699 Highway 101. Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Marlee Fashions.     NC  Help (educe Ihe pel over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pel- NC  Hemlock wood shavings lor horse  bedding (no cedar). Gibsons  Sand S Gravel, 886-8511.  Evenings. 885-2008. TFN  ')   IS WORTH  WRITING  i A twin  I 'r*  CALLIGRApnY HH.S og/o  Canadian Duck  Stamp Prints  Current and past  issues on hand. We  are the Duck Stamp  Experts.  The Suncoast  Gallery  5639 Cowrie St, Sechelt  885-6322  Gentle road safe Bay, 13.2 H  pony Geld, $800 OBO 885-9969.  #5  II yrs. 16 hh Bay reg. T.B. mare,  big solid gentle kind temperament, no vices, sale en roads S  trails. $2000 OBO. 886-3999. ��5  Registered Chesapeake, male, 10  mos. Loves kids, housebioken,  some obedience naming, $400.  885-4009. #5  Hone Manure Sale $15 per P/U,  Roberts Creek. 885-9969.      #5  Shar Pei pups lor sale. 886-8571.  *5  ^^      NEW  8    Personal  Services  NEW  Voice lessons now available at  Pender Harbour Music School,  also voice and piano in Ihe  Sechelt area by professional  music instructor. 885-5552.     ��7  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  w*  Ken Dalgleish  886*2843  Sumki Violin Classes - Register  now lot winlet session. Phone  Katie 885-5539 of Michelle 885-  9224. #5  In home beginner and intermediate guitar and piano lessons. Call  Chad Chinnick 886-2981.      ��7  PIANO WANTED 886-8356, 886-  8107, ask lor Neil. ��6  Anyone who plays organ and  would like to meet once a month  lor organ playing and coffee, call  VI Krall 885-6473. #5  Yamaha GB365S acoustic guitar,  like new, $275OBO. 885-5307*5  Bottom end lor 71/2 Merc O/B  mid 70's to 78.886-2512.       #5  TREE DOCTOR wanted, especially knowledgable with fiuit  trees.Phone collect after 2pm.  220-2007 and ask for Son|a.TFNs  Parts to repair 1989 S10 Chev  4X4 PU. Phone 883-9066.     #7  WANTED  Cedar poles 7" top 8'6" Ing. $2.00  each 865-5031 #5  24 ft. or larger motoihome in gd  cond. 886-7237 aft. 4pm.  #5  Cedar split tails, posts for fencing,  cedar shakes, apptox. 23 square,  cedar siding fx4". rxB\ 886-  9078. *5  2 day moving sale: gaiden tools,  bldg. supplies, furniture, books,  household items Feb. 8/9, 3394  Beach Ave.. Rbts. Ck., l0-3pm,  no early turds. #5  Moving Sale: upper Cheryl Ann  Park Rd.. Rbts. Ck., Sun., Feb. 9.  10am, various furniture items  including beds, loveseat. kitchen-  ware, gardening tools, books,  other items. 886-9161 Sat. only.  ���5  Giant Flea Market Roberts Creek  Hall. March 1. II -2pm. hosted by  Rainbow Preschool Table into.  886-7610. #7  Sun. & Mon., Feb. 9 & 10, something lor everyone at 462 Central  Ave.. Gianthams, 10-2. #5  18. B.ntei & Ti.kIi  *&  Playboys (1964-1963) and biker  magazines, lurnace parts (Coleman, intettherm) plumbing supplies, collectors cards, comics.  Michael 886-8083. #7  Apt. size washer/dryer, gd. cond.,  $150 OBO. 886-4628 #6  Two Iridges and washets > dryers. 086-2496. #7  Inglis Cilation washer/dryer with  sland, $300.886-3993. ��5  White fiost-liee fridge, sell-cleaning stove, gd. cond. 885-7733. ��5  Stackable apt. washer 4 dryer,  $300 pair OBO. Lv. mess. 885-  5525. *6  Teacher available for tutoring,  Gibsons to Egmont. Mostly Math.  Science courses. 883-2405.    ��5  Teacher available lor tutoring.  Gibsons lo Sechell. MOST math,  science couises. 883-2405.    ��7  BJDH. Agnes passed away January 28. 1992 at the age ol 85.  Suilved by hei daughter Anne1  Pressley: granddaughtets Vicki  Speck (Lionel) Lynn Smith (Ron);  great-granddaughter Jillian and  other lamily in Canada and Sweden. Residing on the Sunshine  Coast lor 16 years, she was  active in Ihe local chapter of the  SPCA and was awarded a life  membership She will be sadly  missed by lamily, Iriends and Ihe  small creatines she loved so well.  Laid lo test wilh family and friends  at Seaview Cemelary February I.  1992 ��5  FERGUSON: Ricki Ferguson died  Tuesday evening in Ihe company  of family and friends al Ihe home  ol Jim Johnstone in Roberts  Creek. Her ashes were scattered  at Ihe moulh of Flume Creek on  Saturday alternoon. She died  much as she lived: with courage  and intelligence. To Ihe last she  was a focal point for people to  gather together in harmony and  awareness. Her final days were  relatively painlree and she  remained empowered throughout.  Ricki reached out and enriched  many lives. Her delightful pres-,  ence will be deeply missed by all  who loved her. Survived by her!  mother Renate and father Woll  gang of Wiaiton, Ontario; 3 sisters: Gisela ot Montreal, Sonja ol  Ottawa. Margaret of Ottawa; 2  brothers' Harold and Robert of  North Vancouver. #5  Bill Wood  SECHELT UL  %M,  A  Bus. 885-2923  Pes 885-5058  Sweels for your sweet. Sugai lor  your honey, Order a special  dessert lor your special someone.  Call SinCily Desseil Co. Taking  Valentine orders now. We also  cater. 886-8179. K  Adull childien ol Alcoholics or dis-  lunctional families please call  686-3849 oi 885-4622 lor help  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line        TFN  Does someone in your lamily  have a dunking problem? Call Ai-  Anon 886-9903, 865-7484, 886-  9059. Al-Ateen i 16-2565.    NC  '/  Expert j|  repairs and  servicing on all  brands of sewing  machines.  Singer, Kenmore,  Piaff, Janome,  Elna, Bernina,  and all makes of  vacuum cleaners.  ��� Free Estimates -  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  SEWING MACHINE  A VACUUM CENTRE  Cowrie St., Sechelt  (opposite Bank ot Montreal)  .     885-8843  Small reddish brown miniature  Pinschei dog with floppy ears, no  tail, wearing collar wilh a bell S ID  barrel, Rewaid. 883-2211.     "5  Blue-nmmed plastic glasses.  Sechell area. Badly needed. 885-  5997. 5  .Grey lem. shorlhaired cal, Truman Rd., Halfmoon Bay. 885  9665. #5  Missing 2 purebred X milk goals,  med. size Dusly is cieam col.  with shoil legs. Ferret is brown  wilh light points. 865-2819.     US  Kitten, black & orange found a>  Chevron Station Gibsons. 886  2580. ��5  12. Pets &  i     Livestock  y  Registered Chesapeake, male, 10  months, loves kids, housebioken.  some obedience training. $400.  885-4009 *5  Horse boarding in Roberts Creek,  self-feed. Negotiable. 886-2167.  #7  Cocker pups, 7 weeks. $150.886-  2110 #6  Pay for 2 weeks,  get the 3rd week  FREE  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  VISA  FOR ONE WEEK  Up to 10 words  25 cents for each additional word  Births, Lost, and Found FREE  All classified ads  must be pre-paid  before insertion.  SURE SELL CLASSIFIEDS  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item only, will run 4 consecutive weeks, then  will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it by noon Saturday.  Not available for commercial advertisers.  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  "Friendly People Places" - 3 pm Fridays  Gibsons & Sechelt - Noon Saturday  GIBSONS 886-2622  GIBSONS FAX 886-7725  SECHELT 885-3930  SECHELT FAX 885-3954  . . _, ^ ^ ^ -~  -a*.   ,���..a>_..-��   ������������-,��� .-  a_a      -      ���      ��� ��� * 20  Coast News, Fehtti.trv i, 1992  ^^if^iif'  Dl  ^jlabed, $60.886-3237.       ��5  v nesterlield in gd snap*. $50.  ii,pal dresser I mirror. $50; oak  Uu-ae��4ch3.S. $100. 886-8351  ���6  i aonial dwstertiekl and 2 cbairs,  vj cond.. $150 886-2110.     17  I win bed. white headboaid. boi  viing, matytress $50 886 4522  ss  : eak table with 6 chairs, leak but  M, $620 OBO 885- 7080       ��6  i .vickei love seat. $65. wicker  I .ookcase. $75. Contemporary  actional couch, neutral colours.  100 (will trade lor neutral sola  ���ed| 805-5307.       ��  tew 10'i!7' deai cedai gaiage  . joor c/* hardware I aulo opener.  ; {700 060. 2 eat. rootage doors.  Si50 both. 2 antique dressers  I 5100 ea.; FEG Peiego slrollei.  ,  $100 88f-3885 ��5  rung size tour poster knotty pine  wateitMd.$��X)obo 886 8862  TFNs  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  Large selection ol shotguns, rifles.  pistols, revolvers. 886-7591.   ��7  Men's left-hand golf dubs. Spain-  , ing 1,3,4 matched woods Spald-  ; ing 2,3,5.7,9 irons. Retriever, put-  ��� ter. bag. covers, gloves, $250  OBO. Ladies' right-hand golf  ! clubs, bag S carl, $25; floral  | chesterlield. matching chair.  ; $325, oil stove, $75.885-5476. ��5  1 Seasoned firewood. $100 cord.  I 885-4666.885-361 Imess.      ��5  Macintosh Plus $1500 OBO, 2.5  Mb Ram, 65 Mb hard drive. 2x800  K dnves, optical mouse, word  pice. DTP. "axcajnling, game sort-  ware induded Sven 885-4605 ��5  SKIS  Size 160 cm Elan skis, gd. cond.,  $85 or best oiler. If interested call  Adam 886-8558. TFN  Lot ��� Plumbing, Gas and Oil Heating. Waler Pump parts (balance ol  Seivice Company stock). 886-  8083. ��5  Playboy Magazine Collection and  Biker magazines (Easy Rider  Super Cycle, etc.) ovet 500 in  total, $500 OBO. Must Sell 886-  8083. ��5  Moose and Caribou head mounts,  otters. 886-7835. ��5  Moving Sale: Quality appliances,  fudges, stoves, washers, dryers,  etc. reduced to sell. Phone Coiner  Cupboard 885-4434 or B|Orn 885-  7897. #5  Fir/Hemlock, split 4  delivered, $95 cord. Jesse 886-  3947 ��5  Oil furnace md. 20 Airco Space-  saver, 2 sp. horz. exc. cond.,  $400 OBO; Speed Queen h.d.  dryer, harvest gold, exc. cond.,  $50 OBO; Seats portable dishwasher, harvest gold, gd cond.,  $20 883-2753 #6  Biege tweed sectional sola, gd.  cond.$300OBO.885-2650.   ��6  MOVING OUT SALE-9 pc. bdrm.  set; dining im. table/6 chairs s  hutch; 20* colour TV (new); small  sleieo (new); wall unit  48"x48'x16' (new); microwave  (white, med size); white lace bedspread, pillow shams, skirt, curtains Idbl size, like new); Ostenz-  er, dishes, pots, pans, etc; lamps;  oil paintings. Also FREE lo good  home 2 mo. fern, puppy 8 3 mo.  male kitten, Bndgeman Rd.. Tel:  886-7290. ��6  Complete adult cross country ski  set, $50.8982077. #5  Oueen size waterbed, nice headboard, padded tails, $125; lots of  baby clothes; old tablesaw, $50;  Hilti TPBOO demolition gun, new  $1500, like new, $750.886-3067  #5  Mahogany Duncan Phyfe drop  leaf table and two chairs, $400;  large feather-look Braemore living  room chair, 3 mos. old, $100.  886-2101. ��  Dtyer, apt. size, gd. working  order, $75; 3 It. Iront door with  glass panel, $40.886-3148.    115  Antique bedroom suite, $650;  wrought iron staircase, $450; row-  ingskitl, $100.886-8284.       #5  CEDAR SHAKES I LUMBER,  any size. Will custom cut. 885-  5689 or 885-5601. TFN  4* PVC solid or perloraled pipe.  $11.ABS4,$23.3.$15.2.$10,  1 1/2*. $8, all 10' lengths will  derive. 886-3910 "6  Super Nintendo with Super Mano  game. new. asking $225. 886  8333  *  Yamaha Stereo includes amp.  cassette, turntable and sland.  asking $250 Call 885 3498    *6  Postra Practrc queen maltiess on  Irame 1 wheels, like new. $425  8867263 ��6  KITCHEN CABINETS  Truly custom made lor those who  know how lo appreciate high end  quality Call us, we will lislen lo  you 485 4133 The Powell River  Wood Works 4562 Willingdon  Ave Powell Rivei 112  Keiosun heatei 1 yr old. used  once, $200 OBO. glass shower  doors 4 Hack. $75 OBO 886  4853 ��6  SALE  6' cedai 4X4s. $6 each 885  5031 ��6  Stove wilh loticeiy. $100 886  3472 ��6  Harvesl gold 30" slove 4 hood Ian  4 2 dr Indge in gd cond. Call all  6 30 pm B86 9793 TFN  I Interior    doors    1/30"<78\  I/28V8". lolding closel doors.  l/24"<78". 4/36'x78\ pielimshed.  I daik. gd cond. $100 OBO 885-  I 4735. ��6  Massage table, leather, no wood,  | portable. $450 885 7136 eves ��6  Beer making kil, never unpacked  $50 ladies coasler bike, ridden  once $75 Judy 885-2009     N  Upright deep lieeze $300, 2 dog  kennels, large $45, medium  $40.irttie duel smoker $40. motor  rebuild sland $50.886-7372    ss  33 gal aquanum, accessories,  lood and stand. $135 Krohler  rocket $15 885-8813 "5  Float house. 750 sq. II. one  bdrm. propane appliances, wood  | heal, $12,800 OBO 885 1942 ss  SKI BOOTS  $65 or Best Oiler on OS237  Dolomite boots, exc cond. (used  one season, size 7/7 1/2. II interested conlact Adam 886-8558.  TFN  HAY/Straw$4.O0/Bale  GARDEN MULCH HAV  $3.50/Bale  OATS/WHEAT -10/lb.  Phone 8)5-9357  TFN  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK. MONTH  886-8538  Wanted - small larm tractor, 50  HP, loader, backhoe, timber darning tools Phone 1-9883703   ��5  Excavating business lor sale,  1978 450C John Deere track  loader wilh 4 in 1 bucket, 1975  GMC 5 ton ramp truck, fuel lank,  chainsaw, tools 4 spare parts.  $35,000. Dave at 886-9081. #6  1974 case 580 B Consltuction  King backhoe. Extend-A-Hoe,  $9500. 886-3457. ss  '83 Toyota Corolla wagon, 32 mi  per/gal $1800 OBO 886-8014*6  '69 Rambler 440, 26,291 mi, new  batteiy 4 muffler, gd lun cond.  886-7266 #6  1976 Volvo station wagon $1500  OBO 886-9363 (16  1984 Topaz 60.000 miles, exc.  cond., 2 dr., 5 spd.. a steal at  $2995 lirm. Phone 886-8360 or  885-7211 ask for Shelly.        ��7  1979 T-Bird needs some body  work, very gd. interior. Oilers.  885-7940. tl  1987 Acura Integra 2 dr.. h/back.  $8500 OBO or trade for pickup.  885-8911. ��5  1988 Ford Ranger wilh canopy,  low mileage. 885-7067.        ��5  1977 Ford Granada V8 auto., exc.  cond.. 69.000 ks.. $2200. 885-  3374. ss  19B0 Pontiac Phoenix 4 cyl., 4  spd., exc. cond., $1000. 886-  7378. ss  1984 Toyota 4X4 extia cab,  alatm. stereo, canopy, boatrack,  new paint, tires, 105,000 km,  $8000 firm. 863-9362. ��7  'B6 Honda Prelude, grey, 85,000  km, exc. cond., $8800.8858805.  #6  '86 Firefly, overall good condition,  no rust, $2250 OBO. 886-2521 ss  1979 Cadillac Fleetwood, leather  interior moonroof and more. Call  8854756. 16  Must sell - 1976 Alpha Romeo  Alphelta sedan 886-8358      ��5  80 Cadillac Sedan Deville great  shape, low mileage, new tires.  $4100060 886 8767. 17  1976 Olds Cutlass. $850. 1979  Fold Fairmont $450. 1968  Valiant. $200 886 9503.        N  1978 T Bud 302, 84.000 kms.  clean, $2700 886 7835        ��5  1982 Lincoln Continental, gd  cond 8868195 ��5  76 Monle Carlo. $800 OBO. '88  5 0 L Muslang Convert, $15,000  or Hade lor Ford F250 extra cab  4X4, '69 leslored Chev 3/4 T 4X4  short box. $7000 or besl Hade  8863885 ��5  1983 Acadian etc mech cond.  $2100 885 2155 M  Towing  I Kill  Injured  OM car recycling  t ash lor 8242 CM  .nut c i.'.in runnen  free lick up  886-7227  Serin,  1985 Plymouth Caiavan 5 sp , 2 2  L , 5 passgi . exc cond ,  $6500885 5529 I?  1976 Chev Nova. 2 di 6 cyl.  auto. gd on gas. new exhaust  new brakes, shocks, mags looks  excellent, runs great. $600 OBO  8854410 ��6  1980 Ford Zephyr, gd mech.  cond.$1200060 8868909 ��6  1989 Hyundai exc. CXL 4 dr  h/back, 7500 kms, Iront wheel  dnve. cass��� sleieo, aulo . 1  owner. $6400 OBO. 885 3686 ��3  1980 Honda Civic, $500. 886-  9021/886-9028 ��6  As is. 1972 Landcruiser 4X4 plus  BO00 lbs elec winch 4 snow-  blade, lots ol lust. $1850 883  2694 ��6  1981 black Camaro, new paint.  luns great. $2900 OBO 886-  3290. M  CLEARANCE SALE  12 CHEVETTE  81 CELICA  St ACADIAN  81 ACCORD  80 MONARCH  10 ASPEN  10 HORIZON  10 CITATION  79 CHEVETTE  71 TORNADO  79 OMNI  77 OMEGA  76 CHEVETTE  $1299  $1999  $1499  $200  $1999  $799  $600  $200  $899  $2999  $999  $400  $699  Call8BS*40l  REBUILT ENGINES 1 CARBU  RATORS JAPANESE. EURO  PEAN 4 AMERICAN SALES  SERVICE 4 INSTALLATION  General mechanics, also Cal  A.J. Auto 885-5496 Frank oi  Tony, ��5  75 GMC Jimmy 4X4 parts; 77  Plymouth s/w $250 OBO, tuns  good. 886-3319. ��7  '90 CRXSI. black 5 sp . exc.  cond., low kms, lady driver, non-  smoker. $14,000 OBO. 886 7205  eves. *5  1978 Ford Fairmont wagon, auto.,  305, gd. shape. $900.886-2225  ��5  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  and Towing  886-2020  TFN  CHEAP! FBI/US.SEIZED  89 MERCEDES ��� $200 86 VW ���  $50 87 Mercedes - $100 65  Muslang - $50. Choose from  thousands, starting $25, Free 24  Hour Recording Reveals Details,  801-379-2935 Copyright ���  BC104JC ��9  1976 Volare Wagon, slant 6, reliable, low mileage. Asking $600.  885-3841 ss"  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 obo  883-9234 SS  Eslate sale 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape. Offeis.  886-3306. ss  1980 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims. $2600. 885-7113.  ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for trie  set, with covers, 886 9500 anytime, ss  1975 Olds Cutlass Supreme,  $600 Obo. 886-8862. TFNs  1979 Chevy Caprice- Excellent  condition - $1500. Great family  car, 886-7724, ss  '82 Mustang Hatchback, 4 cyl..  grjodcrjnditkjn. $2200.886-3457.  ss  1990 250 Dodge Iruck Camper  special. Al condition. $13,900.  6868481 ss  77 Datsun XTR-cab. 5 sp .  95.000 mi. gd cond. new tires,  bait. exhaust, leal shocks.  AM/FMdigilal cass. $1200 886  8032  *  '87 F250 XLT, Lariat SC, 4X4.  propane, loaded, extras. $15,500  885-7016 ��6  79 Fold FI50P/S, P/B, 4 sp,,  302. Od rubber. $600 886-3856  H  '82 Mazda B2O00 P/U mechanic  special, many new pails. 2000  km canopy, first $600 lakes 886-  3067 ��5  71 Toyola pickup, gd moloi. gd  lues 886 3134 ��*  1984 Ranger 2 3 III lebuiMsp,  new lues, mechanically sound,  with canopy. $2900 OBO. 886-  3930 ��7  1978 GMC 1/2 ton. Ian cond.  $350 886 0995 eves 17  91 Ford Ranger, 5 spd., AM/FM  cassette. 15,000 kms. $7500.  8*6-3664. ��  Dodge 1/M 200.1977, insulated 4  panelled, eac cond , $21,000  OBO 886 9156 16  1979 Suzuki Samuiai 4X4. soil  lop 886-7991 M  1990 Mazda cab plus pickup.  37 000 kms. while, boa liner, sun-  root, sliding leai window. 5 spd.  h d . bumpei hitch, am-lm cas  sette. $10,900 885-4862        H  1981 Ford F150 Pickup 302 aulo  p/s. p/b. canopy extra clean,  dependable, must be seen $3750  OBO 885-7037 ��6  ���80 GMC van. gd. cond.. $2000  OBO 886 9085 ��5  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick up. 4 3 hire V6. PS/PB,  61,000 km . box mal. toolbox.  $8700 885-2836.885-7413.   ss  1979 F150 4X4. $2000 OBO  886-8199, ��5  '87 S15 Jimmy 4X4. lots ol  options, gd cond, $11.500 OBO.  IS  666 4643  1985 Bionco II 4X4, aulo.. CD  player, gd cond , $7500 OBO.  Days 866-9332 all 7 eves. 886-  2983. SS  '77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van. pails. 886-2878. ss  Chevy 3 ton Iruck, working power  tail gate, parts only. $700 OBO.  886-9500. ss  1962 Chev. 1/2 ton pickup. Runs  okay. $600. 885-7029. ss  1953 Chev. 1/2 ton. Rebuilt  engine. Radiais. $2700 obo.  885-1943 ss  1990 Dodge Grande LE Caravan,  loaded, 40,000 kms., besl oiler.  885-6026 ss  1985 S10 Diesel P/U, PS/PB.  AM/FM. cassette, canopy. long  box lilt $4300, OBO, 886-7372  25, Campers  1975 Dodge Maxi-Van, 3-way  Indge, stove, furnace, toilet, sink,  $7300.886-3306. ss  1986 Dodge Maxi Van. raised  roof, dual fuel, semi-campenzed,  veiy gd cond., 95,000 kms,  $11,900,885-7492 ��6  17' uailei. exc. cond . hilly  erMpped. $1700 OBO, 883-9430.  ���  Buy now Beat spring prices.  Reduced to $17,500 well maintained 1984 dass C motor home  duel luet. 21 It loaded GMC 350,  886 2526  1976 13 ft. Scamper, good cond.  8863222 87  1978 21 It. Companion liaaler. 3  way Indge, lull bathroom, propane  h/w heatei, lange. gd. cond,,  $5000 885 2948. 17  SiCKfLT MUME  SURVEYS LTD  CiDtiln Ml Warm  MCMMC    MNAMS  M " 9 Y C    ��� Marine  Su'veycs and Consult.  Ilttll  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20 30 40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evmiudes Excellent condition Lowes Resort. 883-2456.  TFN  19II wooden sailboat wilh 3 sails,  Seagull O/B, lv. mess., $1450  080 886 9981 ss  Yesl Theie is a leliauu local  piopellor repair service 885-  5278 TFN  22' Sangsler, 302, V8, 888 Merc  leg. moloi rebuilt, new manifolds,  hard lop. trailer, extras. $6500.  886-8443, ss  1711 1991 Hoislon haidlop with  sumool. 75 HP Merc. under warranty, $12,500 886-8321.       ��5  26 II Apollo 350 Volvo, 280 leg.  Iridge. stove, $8000.886 836015  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  lasl and in top condition, suiveyed  value $8500, otters 4 trades considered. 886-2738. ss  Control lot 1974 50 HP Mete O/B.  885-2396, ��7  24II libteglass log salvage work  boal. 300 six gas engine, $950.  247-8464 eves US  Highlinei nailer, like new. 1000  kg. 14* tires. $1700 OBO, 886-  3001. ss  17' Huiston, 70 HP Johnson, 8  HP Evimude. Highlinei trailer,  sounder. AM/FM cass, downrig-  ger anrchor. lileiackets. lull canvas, exc. cond., $4600 OBO 886-  7372. ss  1979 27'Baylinei Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ot extras. $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 Ol 463-6959.  ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond., $3800.  8859333 ss  I pay cash loi boals 16' lo 23',  wood or glass. 885 4031.      ��7  M.V Blacklish, 24' Owens, well  appointed large fish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, mooiage, park-  ing, hydro paid till Dec/91, featuring new Swann aulo, anchor pkg.,  new LMS. 200 w/Loian C, new  lenders 4 brackets, mooring lines,  new windows, completely relin-  ished hull and swimgrid, new  handrails, flush mount Fishon irjd  holdets (5) FWC 318 Chrysler,  120 hrs. and much more,  $10,500,885-7977. ss  Rubber rait: Avon-Rover R3-40,  max. 15 HP, 1/2 price, $2200.  885-2306. ss  18 ft Reinell. lulty loaded, new  nailer. $10,000 886 3895       ��S  D8 Scania diesel motor (Bobtail)  runs well. $1200 885-9997    ��7  6 cyl Foid marine diesel. 4 ��� 1  capilol gear $8500 obo.. or  trade lor tractor plus cash, 886-  9981 ��  $19,500  2 Bdrm.  Make an otter,  Nick Proach: 583-7653  Valley Pacific  New Moduime 14x70 2 bdrm. md.  Indge. slove. d/w. w/w, drapes.  $44,900 SCMHP 886-9826 TFN  Sunshine Coatt Mobile Home  Sales New and used pad specials or private property. See us  tor Ihe besl deals Charles 886-  9826  TFN  Mobile Homes Seivice. Relevel  and additions, 886 9172        ��7  14x68. slove, Indge, washer/  dryer, dishwasher, ait cond. new  rugs $24,500. Must be moved.  886-7013 ��7  PARK SPACES  Gibsons and Sechell Regal  Homes 597-3322 ��7  $29,900  New 14 fl. wide delivered and  setup to Gibsons Regal Homes  597-3322. #7  By owner, 12x68 mobile home,  call 886-3039.886-7306.        ss  24x52 thtee bdrm. doublewide 5  appl, must be moved avail. mid-  March. $35.000.886-9229.     ss  2R   Motorcycles  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc  cond, garage kept. $7500. 886  9595. ss  Motorcycle Repairs  Sates t Salvage  Serving Ihe Sunshine Coast. Pickup and delivery. Wilson Creek.  885-3137. ��5  RM125 Suzuki, gd. cond., 1986,  $900,886-2196. ��5  19B2 Harley $8,000 OBO mint  condition, must be seen. 886  8975 n  Montasa 250, on-toad/olf-rdad.  exc shape. $1200. $899. 886-  7655 or 220-9564. ss  1986 Yamaha XT600, exc. cond.  885-5564. ss  I 29. W.mted to Rent  Wanted to tenl ��� urgent ��� latge  house July 4 Aug., lefs. call Marie  collect 669-8484. #5  Responsible reliable small lamily  wilh tefs. require house Gibsons-  Rbts.Ck. 886-3673. US  3 bdrm. home in the country neat  Gibsons or Sechelt. 403-477-  9876, call colled Dennis.       #6  Visiting physician requires 3  bdim. turn, home Mar. thru June  (Sechelt to Gibsons atea). 886-  9084. ��6  Single professional seeks rental  accommodation lor June. July,  Aug . Sechell to Gibsons 731-  21S1.      ��6  3 bdrm house, between Hall-  moon Bay/Rbts Ck 685789715  l\RS  Single lemale non smoker looking  loi a room in a house or an apartment to share No pels prel, reply  lo Box 367, c/o Coast News. Box  460, Gibsons, BC VON IVO    15  2 bdim home between Sechelt.  Gibsons by Mar. t, rels 885  ���MSB.  ��  Young couple with 2 babies look  mg lor 3 bdrm. home, 4-5 appis..  F/P. lor Mar I 686 3040       17  Small cabin, quiet spot, single  lady, maximum $350 886-7592  eves #7  SIRMdS  ADVERTISING  FOR TENaANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental ot properly  For example a person who  stipulates 'no children" as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ot the Family Status  and the Human Rights Ads The  landlord who places the ad  vertisemenl and Ihe newspapei  which publishes it would both be  in conliavention ol ihe legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against Ihem. The Coasl News  will Ihereloie not accept such  discriminatory ads.        Waterlront cottage, Roberti|  Creek. 866-8358. IS  Two bdrm., fudge, stove, basement, workshop, $450 plus utils.  883-9676, *5  Room 4 breakfast, need a hpme|  away from home? $425. Phone  8863779 ��6  Avail. Feb 1,3 bdim, home with i  balhiooms, beautiful view ol water  close lo Gibsons 4 terry.  $850/mo., rels a must 936-5588  ���6  Feb. 1, one bdrm house!  Granthams lurnished, good view  886-7249 aft. 7pm. #6  Shared accom. in large house  wilh pool 4 sauna on Piatt Rd.1,  686-4667, ��6  Hallmoon Bay waterlront, furnished 2 bdrm. cottage, $400.  8850914. K  Gibsons Townhouse behind Sunshine Lodge. Lge. kitchen with  sundeck. FP in Ivg. im.. 3 bdrm..  11/2bath,carpet, 7appl, Feb. t,  $790/mo. 738-2590 colled,  TFN  Avail. Feb. 1. large 2 bdrm. home,  unfutn. in Pender Harbour, all  amenities incl. D/W. $550/mo.  883-2140. ��5  Two bdrm. 4 1 bdrm. apts. Phone  886-7018. ��5  Granthams, 2 bdrm. house W/F  view. Phone 886-7018. ��5  Two bdim. duplex Gianihams,  hydro ind, $650.886-7018.    #5  Furnished mobile in adult oriented  paik, $400, Wilson Creek 885-  7685. ��5  Steve Sawyer  * Kt'siilt'ittiul  * ('.oiniiierciiil  * Industrial  We have some  fabulous residential listings corning up for February. Call Steve  References  Required  We will      Screen potential rentets  Do moving in inspection  Anange for maintenance  8 lepaus  Colled the rent 8 damage]]  deposit  Disburse rent monies to  owner  Do moving out inspection  FOR LEASE  A|ini miniate ly 800 to  I'IKImi. It. ul falnilciii.  ullTn- space in lamer  tiilisiiiis itira. Landlord may provide some  leasehold improvements.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATIONI  Fabulous retail space  immediately ad|acent to  Galiiino Market. Sechelt  (Bernadelte's Galleries)  Perfect location for your  retail business.  Avoid all Ihe hassles  and problems and tor  |ust a pittance,  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER al  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Two lemales for shared accom. in]  large house on acreage in Rbtt.  Ck pets no problem, $300/mo.  incl. W/D, cable, phone. 886-  2875. US  View home 2 bdrms 8 den, lower  Gibsons ind. appl., avail. Mar. 1,  $725/mo 886 3013 lv. mess.  #5  Private W/F 4 bdrm. home, Rbts.  Ck., $l0O0/mo., lease prel., reft.  885-3183. IS  Gibsons, 3 bdrm main floor,  washer/dryer, close to amenities,  avail. Feb. 1, $725/mo. 1-469-  0622. US  Upper Gibsons, large, bright 263  bdim. duplex, newly decoraled,  appis. $750 4 $850 1-255-5470.  #5  Studio suite, lum., lower Gibsons,  rels., N/S, no pets, $320. 230-  4099. #5  1974 OWsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust Mechanically sound,  $2400 obo. 885-1943. IS  1983 Ford Escort, 4 rjoor, excellent condition, $2495. Will consider Irade. 886-2111, days       ss  BCYCNA  BHII1SH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  coaajaurairv  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  241  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THE COAST NEWS AT 886-2622  lor 25  words  $195  $3 70eachaddilk>nalword  AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt for cars 8  trucks. 6 Cyl. tram $995. 8  Cyl. Irom $1095. 5 Year or  100,000 Km limited warranty  Bond Mechanical 872 0641  8-7 p.m. 7 days. Toll tree I  800663 2521.  Action! Action! Action! Do you  need help financing new or  used cars or trucks? No Prob  leml Call Bob -Gold" NOW  (604,530-7361 collect.  Assume Lease, 0 Down  OAC. 1991 Ford F250 4X4  Fully equipped, low mileage.  We also lease used trucks,  any credit. Rldaro Transpor-  tat/on 545 3843 or 549-0944  BUILDING SUPPLIES  DOORS! WINDOWS! Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  Frervch doors, wood windows,  skylights. MORE! Call collect  to WALKER DOOR and WIN  DOW in Vancouver at  (604)266-1101.   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  COLOURFUL BUSINESS.  Do you have a flair for colour  and design? Decorating Den,  Canada's fastest growing Interior Decorating Franchise  is expanding in B.C. Training  provided. Lower Mainland  525-8722, Provincial 1-800  5656722.  irs Funl ITS Easy! Irs profit  able! Sell children's clothes,  fabrics Irom home. Information $1.00 (refundable). $25  Sample Kit. BunnyKids and  Dinomrtes, SS3, Site 6 Comp  19, Prince George, B.C. V2N  287. (604)964-4926.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Unique opportunity. Respectable permanent upper income, immediate cash flow.  Not glamorous or high-tech,  yet stable, with repeat customers.   Need ethical individual who can manage own  business.   Investment required tor exclusive territory  and lull training. 850-2113.  OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS. II  you are or have been in a  multi level company please  phone 1 246 9323,  Time Is  important, deadline involved.  FREE Bronzed Baby Shoes  - REALLY! Mother's special,  dealers needed. Introductory  otter, limited time only. For  information, Brochure write:  Pan-Am Inc., #217 ��� 4609  Kingsway, Burnaby. V5H4L3.  EDUCATION  Learn Income Tax Preparation or Basic Bookkeeping.  Tax deductible certificate  courses. For Iree brochures,  no obligation: U 6 R Tax  Services, 1345 Pembina  Hwy., Winnipeg, MB R3T  2B6 1 800*65 5144 or Fax  1(204)2546172.  Train your stall in house with  computer training system s by  training professionals.   WP,  123, MS word etc  starting  Irom $249.00.   Tech Star  Training Systems Inc. 1 800  361-7311.  EOjaPNENJ _  2 Vacuum Septic Trucks.  1974 Ford 1500 gallon tank.  19781.H.C. 1000 gallon tank.  Both trucks in excellent condition. Reason for selling upgrading. Phone: 495-2255.  FOR SALE MISC.  Well established fine gilt store  located in the heart ot  Coquihalla Country. Excellent  Location in downtown Merritt  B.C. Loads of potential. Reasonably priced. Call (604)378  9157.  COMING EVENTS  966 Loaders, Grapple or  Bucket. Asphalt Plant and  Paving Equipment. Dump  Trucks, Back Hoes, 1213  Crushing Plants, 18* x 36*  NEW CALGARY Agri and  Ranch Trade Show. April 29,  30 and May 1,1992. Exhibits  relating lo agriculture, equestrian, ranching, irrigation. For  more intormtion: (403(469-  2400 or fax (403)469-1388.  EDUCATION  and Pups. 100 Banel Water  Tanks and Truck. Call Vic  Kampe 493 6791.  LINEN HOUSE INC., down  duvets. Regular line twin $89:  double $114; queen $127;  new from Denmark twin $120;  double $145; queen $158.  Susan Abildgaard 1-800-661 -  3696.  Collector Comics Williams  Lake. Comics and sports  cards 392-5456. Visa and  Mastercard welcome.  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many jobs available.  Government licensed home  sTjcaVcerttkationcourse. Call  tor details: (604)681 5456 or  1-800-665-8339.  GARDENING  The Ultimate Gardener's  Store. 1,000's ot Products,  Hydroponics, Greenhouses,  Drip Irrigation. Huge Book  Selection. 72 page, photo  tilled, 1991 catalogue, $4,  refundable on order. West  em Water Farms, #103,  20120 - 64th Ave., Langley,  B.C. V3A4P7.  'Tobacco:   Irom seeds to  smoking*. 100 Seeds - $3.50  a S.A.S.E., J 6 J Seeds, c/o  P.O. Box 879, Ladysmith,  B.C. VOR 2EO.  HELPWAHTED  PAY OFF Xmas bills with the  excellent profits you'll make  retailing Camelions sheer,  non run hosiery 6 new jewellery line. Call Collect 1 853-  6692.  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  tor unpaid taxes. Crown land  availability. For information  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Sin. F,  Ottawa. K2C3J1.  Beautiful 3 bedroom ocean  front home on Vancouver Is-  HEALTH  INCREDIBLE     WEIGHT  LOSS - Inch loss and well  being!! 100% Natural Herbal  Coltee Trim and Tea Trim,  with menus. $29.95/month  supply, plus shipping 1 -800  563-TRIM.  HELP WANTED  MUSIC DISTRIBUTORS get  your share ot the $9 billion  music industry marketing  music on our two for one program. Huge profits. Protected  tenitorles. Federal Music 1-  800-263-1900.  Excellent swimming beach.  Double garage, $237,000.  Phone: 245-5024.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer lor  22 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  tees available. Injured inB.C.  only.  TRAVEL  AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND. Call the South Paclfic  spedallst, ANZA Travel. Vancouver/Auckland, return from  $1,219 to $1,778. Vancouver/Sydney, return Irom  $1,289 to $1,888. Vancouver call: 734-7725. Toll-tree  1-800-972-6928.  HERE'S THE CURE FOR  THE "No Money Blues" Independence, job flexibiry and  unlimited potential can be  yours. So...Shake oil those  blues. Call us today 1-800-  661-3305.   MA  CHERIE  HOME FASHION SHOWS  (Est. 1975) Burlington, Ontario.  BLANKET CLASS*ED  ADVERTISING  Place Your ad in over  100 community newspapers lor only $195.00. Pets OKI Sandy Hook, 2 bdim  nice view, 4 appis, Mar 1,5650  8652009 15  Furn 3 bdim house with sauna  bath and view. Lowet Gibsons  close to marina, $1000. Avail.  Mar 1 1-9460465 17  2 bdrm. new, spacious view suite,  ��� Jacks Lane. Gibsons, $730.1-  736-4804. IS  Aval, immed main floor. 3 bdrm.,  t 1/2 bath, dose to stropping 6  Douglas Paik, $650fmo. 886  3956 alt. 6pm. 1-922-7836 collect.  17  Four bdim 5 appl., 2 mins. from  Wilson Crk shopping mat, $700.  885-5619. 17  Very small SfC suite N/S single  person, Gale Ave., Sechelt, avail.  Feb. I, $295.8856276.        17  Modem 2 bdrm waterlront house,  adult orientated Secret Cove  area, avail. Mar. t, N/S, no pets.,  $500,883-2423 ��7  Avail Mat t, 1 bdrm. suite near  ferry. View, garden, parking, non-  smoker preferred, $385/mo. 277-  4725. ��7  Roommate wanled, $200. 886  8309alt6pm #5  Small bachelor suite suitable lor 1  person, avail, immed., 5675  Whatl, Sechelt, $225. Please  leave message 886-3646.     US  Hopkins Landing, 2 ot 3 bedrooms, lurnished apartment with  view. 886-7516. ��7  Spacious modern t ot 2 bdim.,  ground Hon, laundry, central Gibsons 886-9251,1 298 5215,  ��7  4 bdim. house plus bsmt. suite,  central Gibsons, $1000, avail,  immed.925-03869220317.   #7  2 bdrm. gncVtloor. n/manna, $500,  cozy, private, Mat. 1. B86-7400J7  Executive Home in Langdale  Large 5 bdrm. house with view 6  balconies 5 appl., 2 1/2 baths, 2  sided F/P, hot tub. Elec. Plus heat  6 hot water, auto. 2 car gatage,  large landscaped yard. Vettical  blinds skylight 6 island in kitchen.  Walk to ferry, avail. Mar. 1,  $1300/mo. Sorry, no pets. Call alt.  5:30 pm 886-8801. #7  3 bdim. level watetltont home.  West Sechelt, avail. Mar. t,  $800/mo.Lv. Mess. 885-3247. ��7  1 bdrm. duplex, waterlront Rbts.  Ck., Avail. Feb. 15, $4O0/mo. 885-  9833 days, 886-8397 eves.    1)7  3 bdrm., 2 bath house neat Porpoise Bay Ptov. Paik, 6184  Stockwell Rd., Sechelt, avail.  now, $700/mo. plus elec. 520-  1480. #7  Rbts. Ck. 1 bdtm. bsmt. suite,  beach access, FP, $375/mo. 886-  9856. lv. mess. 117  Two bdim. house, blight, view, 1  block to mall, no pets, $600.886-  9135. ��5  4 bdrm. view home Martin Rd. 6  N Fletcher in Gibsons, $875. Call  686-3420. ��6  1 bdrm. apt. Lowet Gibsons, new  bldg., laundry facilities walk to  shops 1 manna, $590.885-3420.  M  Avail. Feb. 1, Gibsons newly renovated 3 bdim. suite, lower hall ol  house on private lot. Latge yard,  $650 plus 1/2 utils. Also 2 bdtm.  home across Irom marina Wood  6 elec. heat, $675 plus utils.  Phone 886-4688. #5  1,2 6 3 bdrm apts. Gibsons,  includes heal, hotwatet 6 cable.  Phone caretaker 8868150 NRS  Centuty West Realty Ptopetty  Management 885-2235        17.  GEORGIA MIRAGE View, new, 2  bdtm, 2 bath, gatage, 7 appl.  many amenities, n/s, avail Mt 1  $800. Leave mess, ot call alter  6pm 896-3668 #7  2 bdtm. (urn. trailer, 5 mins. to  mall, no pels, $600 886-8128. #7  Furnished w/f cottage, 2 bdtm.,  Hatlmoon Bay, avail, immed. until  June 30, $750 Leslie 986-6015  collect. W  Gibsons, goigeous oceanview  executivehome near leiry 6 shopping, also suitable lor commuters  or tetirees, balconies, 3 bdim. 2  baths, livingtoom, 6 kitchen  upstairs. 2 bdrm., bath, large rec  atea, F/P, $ ot granny suite  downstairs Long term lease avail.  $1275/mo, 1-9260798. 16  Room-mate wanted, Hallmoon  Bay W/F collage, $250 ind. utils.  prefer outdoor type lemale or couple. Bemice 885-8644. ��5  Avail, fot a mm, ol 3 mo. Irom  Feb. t, modern fully lurnished 1  bdtm. cottage at Soames Pt. in  Gibsons, $500/mo. (no linen).  886-2182. #5  View, central lower Gibsons, 2  baths, 4 appis.. 2200 sq.ft., 2 levels, landscaped, $875 plus utils.  11888964. 15  1425 sq. It. townhouse, 4 appliances, 2 bedrooms, basement,  carport, covered balcony, neat  school, $775/mo. 885-4680 TFN  BACHELOR APARTMENT  Excellent amenities, brand new.  dote to SecheK, professional, n/s,  IS50/ro. 895-7161 eves.    TFN  1 bdrm. apartments, $390/mo.  l-hone 8888975. a*6  4 bdrm log house, sul large lami-  ly or shared accom, Rbts. Ck.,  $990 886-4567.886-6019     N  Pnme 2nd floor olllce space,  downtown Sechelt, competitive  rates, 400 sq It. lease. avaH Feb.  I.conlaa Tom Lamb 685-4865.   15  Share cozy watetltont house,  gaiage, lage yatd Secelt, N/S  6856381. IS  Lower Gibsons duplex, 2 bdrm.  unit, $575; t bdtm., $375 plus  utils., avail, immed., gorgeous  view. 1)86-3714. #5  Shop/otfice space Gibsons Industrial Pltk. Call 886-8144/686-  8204Bairy 17  t bdtm. basement suite, waterliont. Madeita Park, turn, or  unlurn, $400 utils md 863-2881.  N  Certified taa Hie-  JDH MILL SERVICES  LlaiSpaTwWfaraWCel  ���fMaftaVeeaafcaia ft*W��a4Ua��aai  WeJeWnij * Ufe>TOI*s*J  Jata.lt larrap  Mi^tMtJktaw ta-i-na  RETAH. FOR LEASE  Seaview Place, Hwy. 181, Gibsons, ISO sq. It. Lome, 1-733-  M83. K  Davit Bay, Wilson Creek Hill  available, Wheetchtit tadWkts,  M5-2752.M5-SVI63. 112  Otlice/workshop space, 1500 sq.  II., Ventute Way. 116-6615 or  886-2231. 17  Roberts Creek Hat avail., dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7615. TFN  STORAGI  Heated, pallatized, gov't  approved. Len Wtay't Ttanslet  ltd. 8882664. TFN  Mobile home canopies, sundecks,  additions, etc. reasonable tales,  tree estimates, discount prices,  Feb. $ March Sapphire Agent.  886-9826. 17  Bookkeeping Services fully  qualified. A/R, A/P, payroll t  financial statements. rV*up/de��v-  er. 885-3525 16  UYNOfl  Intetiot cleaning big ot small,  bonded 6 reliable, 684-5324 ot  886-2328. ��6  Indlsposables the Best Fitted  Cotton Diaper, in home service  lot all ol youi baby's diapeting  needs, CaHKathy Reid 685-7326,    #6  Calligraphy Fine Art, Graphics,  Portraits. Lessons. Call Angel  885-0910 M  HARRY'S RV Root Seal and  Repairs 685-8871 *5  COAST TREE  Topping, Falling, Danger Tree  Removal, fully iniuted, prompt  seivice. 865-9577 or 649-1748  Herb Beam. is  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Ttee  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  DAVE'S PAINTING  Palm your home, brighten yout  Me, reasonable rate. 683-9435.115  Ftee estimates tor all Ihose little  odd jobs you have been putting  off. Increase your property value  Bonded and insured Call Harry  6858012 17  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out ol  control* Need Iree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable set-  vice. Fully insured. Commercial 6  residential. References available  *RE0 885-3526 TFN  EicaMbur Home Services  Professional general home cleaning $12/hr. general cleaning  $14/hr, walls 6 windows. Phone  Lola or Btyan 116-3543. relet-  ences available. #6  CREATIVE CUSTOM FRAMING  Certilied professional picture  liamet, SunCoast Gallery, 5639  Cowrie, Sechell 8856322     ��7  Need a loom, painted, redecorated or otganized. Call us, we've  gol Ihe Magic Touch. For Iree  estimates call 886-8179.        ��5  IN HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholsliry   aa.  powmnii inucx uounitD /.'".  lUUlPMfrtl /(   ,'���  $  886*3823  > DIVISION Of UN DEVRIES  a so* ruKwcontwEs  Business Advisor  The Sunshine Coast Business IfeveloprMnl Centre is  a non-profit organization which offers financial and  technical assistance to new and existing rHisinesses.  Illi'l'IKS: tinder the direction of the Manager, the  incumbent will provide guidance and advice to clients in  all areas of small business management. Duties will  include assisting businesses with the development of  their business plans, the analysis of loan applications  and general business counselling.  QUALIFICATIONS: Relevant post secondary education aml/nr experience in the areas of administration,  business management, or conimcrcial lending. The successful candidate will he expected tr. demonstrate innovative approaches lo problem solving and will have an  opportunity to work creatively within a stroctiired environment. The applicant for this position should be comfortable with computers and spreadsheet applications.  This is a 60% position which would require Ihe successful applicant lo work .1 days per week. Competitive  salary and excellent benefit plan.  The deadline tor applications is February 13, 1992.  Please forward your resume and covering letter J Ihe  attention of:  Personnel Committee,  Sunshine Coast Business  Development Centre Ltd.,  P.O. Box 12(1, Sechelt, B.C., VON Ml)  Training Program  A project based training program lor  advanced office systems and small business is scheduled to  start mid-March for 26  weeks. Eligibility  requirements: must  be on U.I.C., grade  10orequiv.  Accounting clerk with good computet skills req. immed. lor busy 2  person office. Send resume and  salary expected to Personnel  Depl, Box 545, Sechelt, BC VON  3A0 US  Part-time petson with pleasant  manner required lot video dept.  Petson flexible fot day or evening  shilt an asset. No exp. nee, will  train on computer. Apply in person with resume at Kern's Home  Furnishings TFN  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Carpenttr needed in  Gibsons area to help  build an indoor climbing  centre lor small children.  Income Tax assistants  needed lor low income  Seniors.  Heart & Stroke foundation needs a Volunteer Recruitment  chairperson.  Earth Day coordinator  needed lo promote &  coordinate events April  22nd.  Computer literate?  spare time? volunteer  needed to produce a  one page monthly or bimonthly newsletter.  For these and more  opportunities please  contact the Volunteer  Action Centre,  885-5881  A service provided lor  by the Ministry ol Social  Services and Housing  2 delivery drivers. Full ot part-  time, own vehicle. Please apply in  person al Petra 2 fori. No Phone  calls. *6  BEAT THE RECESSION!!  Assemble our products at home.  Gteat income potential. Call  amazing 24hr. RECORDED message lor Iree details. (604) 623-  2380ext.��A74 *6  TRAVEL COUNSELOR  Experienced Travel Counselor lor  an established fully automated  travel agency. Compeliitiive salary  and benefits. II you ate sties, service oriented and a team player,  please send resume to: Suncoast  Agencies, P.O. Box 369, Gibsons,  BC.VONtVO TFN  Assistant Manager outside  sales 1 estimating req. permanent lull time position with established growing company in  Sechell. Must be willing to team  and handle responsibility, work  with public, consltuction knowledge a must. Competitive wages,  send resume to Box G, c/o Box  68, Sechelt. TFN  Wanted: 79 overweight people  Lose 1829 lbs. per month. 100%  natural, doctor recommended. We  pay you. Serious callers only.  533-5576. ��7  EARN MONEY reading books!  $30,000/yr. Income potential.  Detail! (1) 605-962-6000, txt.  CY-308. #8  Spting cleaning just atound the  cornet. House cleaning and quality painting, specialized painting,  book now. 885-2650. ��5  Catpentet tot hire; will build  decks, sheds, do renovations, siding, elc. Call Doug 885-5855   18  Bulldozer, ttuck, tools, maintenance man avail.: yatd work, carpentry, painting, p|lumbing, lire-  wood, rubbish removal. No job too  small. Dave 866-9081. M  HOUSE SITTING  Loving mother ol two will babysit,  my home, Gibsons atea. 886-  9360. #6  Catpentet - siding, decks, foundations, tailings, etc. reasonable  rales. Phone Eric 885-2013.   16  Experienced backhoe and equipment opetatot seeks lull ot part  time work, 885-0999. 15  House cleaner now available,  hard working aid honest. Paula,  685-8593. ��5  Bob I Denis Renovations -  Additions, Decks, Hot Tubs, Skylights, Painting, Welding, Fences.  Onecallwilldoitall.88S3617.ll8  Any Job - Any Time! willing and  enetgetlc, have propane-using  truck. 895-4154. #7  Mealing and rubbish removal. 885-  4066. 17  Dtain cleaning, handyman, odd  jobs, rubbish removal. Michael  886-8083. 17  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish removal,  deliveries, odd jobs. Call 885-  3917. #5  For tree estimates on renovations,  additions, new consltuction, call  Sound Construction 885-2887  (Roberts Cteek). #6  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating ��� Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape ContructkHi  Drainage  Mother ol 2 wi do cftildcaie In my  home, iget 21/2 to 5 yts. ot  older. Behind Gibsons Elementary  (have child CCPR). 886-3480. #6  Mother ol 2 oilers daycare and  alter school care In my home.  Prefer ages 3 and up. 885-2650.  ... ��  Mother of one will provide care tor  yout child. My home, f/r ot p/t.  Sechell, Davis Bay area. Debbie  895-8972. #7  Molly Mouse Day Cate spaces  available -16 months to school  age. Fun-tilled caring environment  with early dnldhood trained staff.  866-3913. 18  I'm a 10 month old girl and I would  ike some playmates. My Mom win  provide childcare In our home.  885-6467. #6  Mlnlatxy of anwTBBBM Servient  OFFER FOR PURCHASE VEHICLE  Otters must be received on "O.T.P. 81253 by the  Purchasing Commission, 4234 Glanlord Avenue,  Victoria, B.C., V8V1X4, facsimile number 356-7683,  telephone number 356-8326, not later than 2:0Opm.,  12 February 1992.  1965 GMC Pick-up 4x4 crewcab  1980 Dodge Pick-up 4x4  Located it: Capilano Hwys. Yard, 1118 Hwy. 101, Gibsons  Viewing:   Mon. - Fd. 7:30 am - 5:0Opm  27 Jan.'92-7 Feb.'92  All bidders must satisfy themselves es to the quantity, type,  kind and/or amdrrion of art Kem(s) advertised and the  successful t)idder(s) wit be responsible lor the handling,  loading and removal ol such item(s) as may be applicable.  SPCA  News  Can you believe it? The  most loveable, laptop cat  at the SPCA is still waiting for an experienced or  inexperienced companion  to take her home. This  grey/white calm cat really  shouldn't have had to  wait. If you need a cozy  friend, call the SPCA at  885-4771 or drop in to the  Gibsons Animal Centre to  visit.  X  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  leave your r*m at 1i.un.- uuli us  Cet / Animal (aire  Mail Hearing and lum inline  Indoor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Hume Check or Uve-in Sen kr  CALL SHARON 885-2228  ���(Hl-UtowHtaiM-Wiadt  ^             IrllflFft'tftP1!  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  P'��nth����COM��ToC9����-   SPCA  NEW ADOPTION HOURS    (��� \ $  MONDAY TO FRIDAY ^ <UL  2pm-4pm ��f ,.-^  SATURDAY  loam- nam -  PHONE -885-4771 yjflktjjj  Caregrving as a career. Interested  in doing child care in yout Ivorne?  The Norlh Shore Day Cate Registry can help you get started. Call  985-6323. H  Mother ot 2 wilh childcare exp.  will babysit in hei home beside  Gibsons Elementary 606.7160.117  gramd or>E]wiisrc��  9lM    Specialty  Pet Foods  im liitllii" A/iiIro Max, Science  DuL and WAS  [  5641 Cowrie Street, Sechelt  (nrrons (Yntii Tin- Hunk ..I Mnttlronl)  Wanted: Responsible sitter for 2  yr. old and 2 mo. old. Rels. teq.  prefer our home 886-7803.    117  Cat Skiddet, spate wheel & lite,  set of chains, 1987 4X4 F250, fuel  tank, powetsaw, everything you  need lot logging, including some  work. 886-3821 aft 6pm  #6  Full ot part time couples and individuals fot business ol yout own.  Local Amway distiibutot assists  you lot splendid opportunity. 885-  71440I6869479 ��5  WE THANK  THE COASTNEWS  TOR THESE AWS BACH WEEK  Say I Love You  With a Personal  Valentine's Greeting  Compose your own message on this coupon and bring, mail or  phone it in to us fry noon Friday, February 7  IIihIri'I Mi  I col x 1/2"  SI  Economical  Model  I col X I"  $7  lol  Bob, you mean the world  tome,  a/    Love you, Mary    */  Daddy, I love you very  much and hope you'll  always be my Valentine.  Love, Muffin  PS. Mom loves you too  ���������������������'������� �������������*��� *>���  Choose from 4 sizes  designed to fit  your budget.  Publication date  Monday, February 10  Rosie  I love sott kittens Huffy  snowflakes. rainbows,  chocolate cupcakes,  sunny days, good cheer,  butterflies, and of  course, you dear  Larry  Deluxe  Model  I col x 2"  $11  Hey.  IMg Spender  Model  I i ol x r  $21  Maggie  01 all the gills I've loved  before  There's none lhat can  compare  With one who's eyes air.  really  Blue and whose tace is  truly fair.  Your lips are sweet as  cherry wine  A work of art and country  scenes  You look great in  evening dress or in your  tight blue jeans.  Borris  Print your message here  885-3930 or 886-2622  or send to The Sunshine Coast News  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  test 22  Coast News, February 3, 1992  news  Commission unveils pool plans  It's a question of pooling resources  With the regional district ami the Town ol Gibsons recently agree  ing to go lo referendum lo borrow $}()5,(KX) to upgrade the Gihsons  pool, ihe aquatic commission has embarked on a campaign to raise  awareness about the deteriorating condition of Ihe building and  urgent need for renovations.  The Peninsula Recreation (PERC) study recommended the  upgrade at a projected cost of $400,WH); the commission has ear  marked WMXXI in reserves and a GO BC grant ol SWi.lXKI towards  working plans lor a $425,000 makeover which has since been drawn  up  Along with residents of Gibsons, voters in Areas D (Roberts  Creek) E (Elphinstone) and F (West Howe Sound) will participate in  the referendum on the loan for lite pool, tentatively set lor April ft  The loan has been broken down at about $7 per $1000 of assessed  pnpetty value  "Consideting Ihe practicality of raising $2 million to $.< *��� million  CHANNEL ELEVEN  i4itMMaaa*UB. T.��.  ItarNbM  Senior broadcasting student Hanna Skytte has been chosen to produce this  semesters linal exam lor Ihe Telovision Broadcasting Class at Elphinstone  Secondary.  Meat  ESP. TV. Drug A Alcohol Forum  Hanna Skytte produced our show this week on the topic of drug and alcohol  abuse. This is a live phone ��� in show with a panel which includes, Dr. Ferrar, Mr.  Wilson. Elphinstone Principal. Bill Forsl. School Counsellor,  JWUanlH Htrawrs,nan7-Wem  las Two Nates  Remember Robbie Burns with Steve White and Jack Inglis The Two Notes have  done many musical hours lor Ihe Coast Cable 11 viewers and we welcome them  back lor the lirst show lor 1992.  Powell River Cablenet sends this hall hour look at the project to place a bronze  statue of a mermaid in Saltery Bay.  INI TIM Tear Akeed  Host/Producer Laurel Suko brings a panel discussion on what's ahead in '92.  Laurel's invited guests include Fran Burnside. Charlotte Mallory, Clifford Smith  and Tim Turner.  MI-MUM*  See Tuesday 7:00 pm  Tkmaav fetnaryi.ltn 7*M  TaMariwUcaatlnlM I  Harold Fletcher is the host this month for the show that brings your local elected  representatives to your community channel. Mi  at (his time for a 25-metre facility, and wilh the likelihood of a major  recreation centre at Cliff Gilker Park as recommended by the PERC  rejxirt when a new aquatic complex would replace the existing Gib-  sous pool, some upgrading of the existing pool complex is warranted  baaed on long term value to the community," the commission says.  "The |��xil tank, however, should not he replaced due lo high costs."  Commission chairman Blane Hagedorn noted at a press conference Tuesday that ihe Town of Smilhers recently built a 25-metre  pool at a cost of $.V2 million. "One year's interest on that will pay for  the renovations," he said  Area E regional director Jim Gurney supports the PERC report  recommendation that a bigger pool should wait until district wide  tecrealion administration is in place and all Coast residents can share  in lite cost He doubled that would happen for at least five years.  The Gibsons pool could then serve as a leisure pool or be converted to some other recreational use, such as racquet courts - the renovations have beet) planned to acconitmxlalc such future uses, Gurney  said  Hagedorn said the renovations are desperately needed because Ihe  |kkiI was built on I shoestring budget 13 years ago and Ihe shortcom  ings in construction have become increasingly apparent over the  ensuing years "The |hx.I is a tired old facility thai has been subjected  to band aid solutions," he said.  Renovation plans include expanding and refilling Ihe changing  rixims, building a 2,4(X) sq ft. addition to house new swirl pools and  an administration office, converting the existing swirl pool location  for extra public viewing area and undertaking major mechanical,  insulation and ventilation repairs.  The creation of ihe aquatic commission in 1986 helped stem Ihe  rising annual operating deficit of the pool, bul the worsening condition of the complex has meant increasing costs in recent years. The  commission predicts the upgrade will result in increased use of Ihe  complex, currently counting 40,000 admissions a year.  If lite referendum is approved, the commission expects lo carry out  lite upgrade in late summer.  Meanwhile, renovation plans are available for public viewing at  Gihsons town hall.  Stan Dixon is back with another ol his programmes profiling interesting people  from the coast. This month writer Stewart Dickson is Stan's guest. Watch this  programme closely you may be the winner ol Stewart's book "Broken Wing"  This is the hour long version ol the programme we ran last month. Produced by  Delta Cable 4 this programme looks at steam train travel in B.C. wilh a special  locus on The Royal Hudson.  This Community Television  \(){ 1 H C0AS I FORD  Schedule courtesy of: nns.r.���.  GREAT SAVINGS  UP *�� Woff  our Winter clearance  to make room for our  SPRING ARRIVALS  Sole Feetures-  ll.1l! II,l\   \t,i  WE'VED MOVED1  SPECIAL TOUCH SKIN CARE  NOW LOCATED AT  5717 E. PORPOISE BAY RD. SECHELT  885-2079  FEBRUARY SPECIAL  3 WEEKS -  FEB. 1 TO 28  "BRING IN TI IF OLD...ANY SKIN  CARF OR COSMETIC PRODUCT...  PURCIIASF. TI IF NFW FOR  25% OFF REGULAR PRICE"  GEHWOL  ���  SOTHYS     ���     DR. RENAUD  SPECIAL TOUCH SKIN CARE  8852079  I.'.I  fl   I.II   I  NNK  Alll.AHl   1 Nltl.M-N   I. H   I  NN III, I  NI IN   I'ltAl ' 1'ISINf :  NI lit?  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