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Array 50 cents per copy on news stands  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945  lanuary 13, 1992    Volume 4(>     Issue 02  Shake-up  ofstaff  for the  District  of Sechelt  etf JIM aVjaaj  There's been a whole lot of  shaking up going on in the  offices of Sechelt's municipal  hall recently.  After over three years as  planner and approving officer  with the District of Sechelt, Rob  Sabine has resigned to tackle  further planning and development in a position with a  Lower Mainland municipality.  Sabine would not say immediately which municipality he  would be joining. He will likely be leaving Sechelt by the end  of January.  In a press release, Mayor  Nancy MacLarty said it was  with "regret" that the municipality received Sabine's resignation, but that the new position  "affords him great opportunity  of advancing his career in the  area of municipal administration, while still continuing with  the planning function.  "Mr. Sabine has worked diligently for the muncipality over  the past years and while we will  miss him, we respect Rob's  decision regarding the future  directions of his career."  Sabine joined the District of  Sechelt in 1988 as the municipality's first full-time planner.  Previously he had been  employed for 12 years as a  planner for the District of Powell River.  turn to page 3  Gibsons turns  out in force for  OCP hearing  7 think you'll  find there  will be further  public  hearings'  Eric Small  The first public hearing on Gibsons proposed Official Community Plan drew 200  participants - assentors and dissenlors - Wednesday, January 8 at the Cedars Inn.  Joel Johnstone photo  Rt'siilt'iits ul Gibsons turned out in force last week to voice their  opinions on the draft of the new Official Community Plan (OCP)  When finally adopted, Ihe plan will be a legal document which  will determine the future characteristics of the town ami the public  hearing was an opportunity for the public to express their opinions  on the plan before il becomes law.  Although Ihe speakers at last week's hearing were generally  supportive "' 'he work lhat went into the plan and the overall philosophy guiding it, most had serious reservations about some of the  details  Several suggested that this may  be the lime to take another look at  restructuring.  "The town is being forced lo  consider serving a greater population, yel the population desires lo  keep the small town atmosphere,"  commented former alderman John  Reynolds.  "Il is a contradiction in terms to maintain this atmosphere in Ihe  shadow of a seven storey apartment block. It has long been accepted, even by the opponents, that there will be a time when restructuring is appropriate...In my opinion, that time is now.  "If you ignore restructuring as an issue, it is not in the best  Interests of the taxpayers or the community at large."  Provisions for a golf course in Ihe limited land base of Ihe town  did not make sense to many. "I doubt that an entrepreneur exists  who would develop a nine-hole 'organic' golf course," commented  Blunt* llagedorn. "This area should lie devoted to recreational and  single family use "  Others fell a recreation centre would better serve the needs of  the community,  School Trustees Shawn Cardinall and Pal Stewart warned that  the Ministry of Education would be unlikely lo consider funding  for relocation of present schools and the resource centre as outlined  in the plan and they pointed out Ihe proposed sites were no better  than the present locations in respect to student safety.  Cardinall said the school hoard felt there had not been enough  time to adequately study the plan.  This idea was echoed by several others, including Huns Otinpuu  turn to page 2  Tetrahedron, Caren  may get SCRD help  Director Jim Gtirney called on the regional board January 9 to  take pro-environmental stands on the future of the Tetrahedron  Plateau and the Caren Range.  Gurney made two notices of motion (indications of intent rather  than actual motions) that both the Caren Range and the Tetrahedron area should be protected from further logging.  "...The Tetrahedron Plateau should be set aside as a watershed,  for wilderness values and for old growth values..." declared Gurney in the first notice of motion.  He pointed out lhat the LRUP (Land Resource Use Plan) committee set up to decide the best use for the Tetrahedron, be it logging of wilderness or recreation area, had been proceeding for over  two years without a resolution.  He noted, however, that enough information had come from the  LRUP efforts for the SCRD to lake a definite position.  In making his second notice of motion, regarding the Caren  Range, Gurney said, "rather than get into the convoluted process  we have with the Tetrahedron (with an LRUP process), we recognize that there is enough evidence to support this area also being  set aside. It's an old-growth area with some wilderness value..."  Gurney said both issues "pointed to a failure on the pari of the  Ministry of Forests (MOF)" lo properly manage Ihe forestry  resource and should be discussed with the MOF, and the region's  MP, Ray Skelly, and the Coast's MLA, Gordon Wilson, as soon as  possible.  '92 rate increases for auto insurance  are effective immediately, says ICBC  Original date of February 1 changed due to public efforts to avoid increases  by Jane Seyd  Business was brisk at Sunshine Coast insurance agencies  during the first ten days of  1992, following announcements  by ICBC in December thai a 19  percent increase in autoplan  premiums would be in effect by  February 1.  But that all ended last week  when ICBC jumped the gun on  the date originally announced  for the increase, making the  new premimums effective  immediately on January 9.  During the first part of Ihe  month, Coasl motorists were  apparently eager lo cancel existing auto insurance policies and  take out new ones before the  new increased rates came into  effect.  "It was crazy, hectic," said  Dean Butler of Sechelt Insur  ance Agency, "At this time of  the year, under a normal situation you'd have one or two cancellations a week and we were  probably having 15 a day," he  said. Some motorists were even  cancelling policies which didn't  expire until half way through  1992 in a bid to lake advantage  of the lower rales, convinced  thai there were great savings to  be had.  Ame Peterson of Suncoast  Insurance said they had also  experienced an increase in  autoplan business. "Yes we certainly did have a surge of people coming in as soon as the  increase was announced," he  said.  The cost of cancelling an  existing policy and taking out a  new one is $35. But according  to Coast insurance agencies,  most drivers saved between $50  and $150 by taking advantage  of the 1991 rates. In some cases  they saved up to $200.  Some drivers apparently put  off cancelling and renewing  iheir policies, believing they  had until the end of the month  to make the changes. "There  were a lot of people who were  talking about it and didn't feel  any urgency in doing it," said  Ben Sills of Sunshine Coast  Insurance, "and now they're loo  late."  ICBC changed the dale of  Ihe premium increases because  a far greater number of people  than expected were cancelling  and renewing policies at Ihe  MacLarty proposes noise  control for Sechelt area  by targeting airplanes  by Jane Seyd  Local commercial airline  operators have expressed concern about a proposal to designate areas over Sechelt and  Porpoise Bay as "noise sensitive".  The proposal to designate  areas near the float plane terminal at Porpoise Bay and the airport near Wilson Creek as  "noise sensitive" was suggested  by Sechelt Mayor Nancy  MacLarty, following what she  termed the success of Gibsons  in having their harbour deemed  noise sensitive by Transport  Canada, and complaints  received from residents of  Sechelt. MacLarty said she had  contacted Transport Canada and  had been informed the department would consider a similar  request from Sechelt.  "If approved, it would result  in a notation on the Air Navigation System Requirements that  the area is noise sensitive,"  MacLarty said in a report, "This  would alert pilots to the fact that  local residents are concerned by  noise. Pilots can then take evasive action by going around the  turn to page 3  Christmas  road results  The Roadside Screening  Device (RSD) employed in  this season's Drinking and  Driving Counter-Attack  Program, Dec. 8 through to  Jan. 6, is credited wilh  helping to curb the number of  impaired driving charges this  season. Local RCMP report:  - 2107 vehicles were checked  - 17 drivers screened by  device  - I full breathalyzer due to  RSD  - 4 impaired charges laid  - 16 24-hour driver  suspensions  Other Christmas  vehicle  related statistics include:  ��� 10 injury collisions  - 11 people injured  - 12 accident-related charges  1991 rate. In a prepared statement, ICBC President Tom  Holmes said if the transactions  continued at the same rate until  the end of January, the corporation would lose $9 million in  premium income for 1992. By  making the new rates effective  Jan. 9, ICBC expected to cut  this loss by $6 million.  Not everybody was in a rush  to "beat the system" of rate  increases, though. According lo  Ben Sills, autoplan business had  not been as busy as expected  following the announcement of  premium increases. Some people were waiting for their bank  accounts to recover from Christmas spending, while others  decided they didn't want to be  stuck wilh a future expiry date  of Dec. 31, he said.  Seawalk  sex assault  investigated  On January 6 1992. just after  midnight, a 29 year old Lower  Mainland woman was sexually  assaulted in Gibsons under the  government wharf.  Police investigation lo dale  has revealed the woman had  left one of the local bars. She  was walking on the seawall  under the wharf area, when she  was assaulted. A vague description of the suspect at this time  is: Male, average height, wearing a macinaw jacket, shoulder  length hair, moustache, possibly  non-white.  An artist's rendering from  Vancouver is being arranged  with the help of the victim. Coast News. |anuar\ I ?. 1992  news  DIB50N5  PARK PLAZA  Congratulations to  REftfl-X "top 20" realty  on its grand opening  January 15,1992  OCP growth projections criticized  "I don't want Gibsons to look like Kingsway or Surrey."  Spaces still mailable for:  ��� DRYCl HANi:R ��� FLORIST  ��� HAIR SALON  Call todav 1-876-3199  NOW OPEN  ��� Woolworth ��� IGA Plus ��� Frontrunners  ��� Atlas Office Solutions Ltd.  Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies Ltd. |  ��� Bemadette's Galleries  OPENING SOON  ��� Sears ��� New China Kitchen ���  ��� Budget Video ���  ��� Dar Lebanon Restaurant ���  ��� Gibsons Pet Food & Supplies ���  IFOR LEASING INFORMATION C  1-876-3199  All  from page 1  who commented "It appears as  it this Community Plan is being  rushed through al unreasonable  speed without proper public  input  "My suggestion is for a  delay of at least two months for  the public to have a better  opportunity to look at the new  plans."  High density housing development Ml the concept which  raised the most objection from  those present at the public hearing Many were alarmed by the  OCP committee's projection of  a maximum population of  15000.  The subject was raised again  and again, and Kathleen Vance  expressed the ideas of many  others when she said. "I understand that growth is going to  have to occur if Gibsons is  going to thrive as a community.  "At the same time 1 think we  ha\ e to remember that longtime  residents want to live in a Gibsons which is similar to the one  they spent most of their lives  in."  She went on to say that newcomers are attracted lo Gibsons  just because it is a "boat ride  away from Vancouver" and  offers relief from the noise,  crowds and traffic of the city.  "Growth in Gibsons is  dependent on maintaining the  Facing  the   public,  left  to  right,  local  architect  Dick  Williams,  Aid.  Kd  Sleeves,  Mayor Eric Small, Aid. Margaret Morrison, Aid. John McNevin.  small town feel While this kind  of density may have made sense  on the waterfront of New Westminster or parts of the Fraser  Valley, it may be self-defeating  for Gibsons in the long term. I  do not feel people will accept  the high density in Gibsons they  would elsewhere because they  expect a reward when they gel  here, and that reward is the  lower density of a coastal village.  "If what's at the other end of  the boat trip is the same as what  they've left, they might as well  go elsewhere."  Hans Ounpuu, developer of  the Twin Oaks and North Oaks  villages put the concept of the  densities recommended in Ihe  plan into more graphic terms.  He said the present 22 town-  homes at Twin Oaks village  represented a density of 10 families per acre. The proposed D5  zoning of the plan would permit  175 to 250 families in the same  amount of space.  Ounpuu also questioned the  location of the high density residential areas. He suggested they  were too far away from shopping centres, a situation which  would ultimately create  increased parking problems  because people would be forced  to drive, rather than walk to  76e SttfjUm *K*4 ��<z*uled!  January 15,1992 marks the opening of  RBH4RC "top 20" realty  in the new Gibsons Park Plaza Mall  This is the first office on the Sunshine Coast for R&ftHK which is Canada's  #1 revenue producing real estate organization with 400 offices across  Canada. The experienced group of sales associates at RE4VIBK "top 20"  realty look forward to serving the real estate needs of Coast residents and  invite your calls at 886-2670 or Van. Direct line 682-7392.  top 20" realty  4h  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA ��� PHONE: 886-2670 ��� VAN. LINE: 682-7392 ��� FAX: 886-3760  and Harry Turner.  Joel Johnstwii* pholo  commercial areas.  Jane Loop, member of the  OCP committee, replying to the  concerns about high density  housing pointed out there was  really no way of preventing a  large influx of people into Gibsons and il would be better to  have a plan to deal with it in an  orderly way.  "1 don't want Gibsons to  look like Kingsway or Surrey,"  she said. "I don't want those  things to happen because  nobody has plans in the form of  a by-law or a community plan.  "A developer could come in  and obey all Ihe rules of the  game and everybody in town  would hate it, but he would be  legally within his rights lo do it  because we don't have a plan.  You have to do it ahead of the  fact in order lo protect Ihe town.  "I don't think there was anybody on the committee who  said they wanted Gibsons to  have a population of 15,000.  That number is the absolute  maximum capacity (the land  base of the town could support)."  She said the areas designated  for high density housing would  in some cases be used for long  term care facilities and would  be no different than the density  at Shomcliffe in Sechell.  Many people objected lo  'sacrificing' a portion of Holland Park to commercial development but Mayor Eric Small  pointed out that in spite of the  name, Holland Park is not officially a park but rather an area  which is zoned for public  assembly.  Others questioned the wisdom of locating the sewage  treatment facilities al the higher  altitude of the upper boundaries  of the town creating the need  for expensive pumping equipment.  The Friends of Gospel Rock  suggested some minor changes  in wording which would ensure  further protection for the ecologically sensitive area.  Lola Westell, speaking for  the Gibsons Landing Heritage  Society, noted lhat no provision  had been made in the plan for  preserving heritage buildings  and trees and offered to provide  a list of these to be included in  the plan.  At the close of the hearing  Mayor Eric Small took a quick  straw vole of council members  and all agreed thai Ihe numerous concerns expressed at the  hearing called for another public hearing lo iron out details.  "This is not an official council session," he told the audience, " so 1 can't call for a  motion to that effect, but I think  you'll find there will be further  public hearings."  c ^ North  Oaks  767 North Rd.,  Gibsons. B.C..  P^Wi: WlF��W*W��*r��-r '.��� -j~%;<* *  26 ADULT ORIENTED  SINGLE LEVEL  TOWNHOMES  Phase 3 & i  Noiv Starting  For more information  please call  Twin Oaks  Development Corp  886-4680  attHMMMiMiiiitiMa-aaiM news  Gas for Boy Scout  camp in 'Creek  Home service installation from the recently laid Centra  Gas pipeline is moving right along as A. E. Fair  Contracting Ltd crewmen punch holes under Highway 101  to siring pipe through. Joel   Johnstone   photo.  Centra Gas will be providing al least one Roberts Creek property with natural gas despite Ihe company's insistence that the area's  population is loo small for profitable distribution.  Speaking at the January 9 SCRD meeting, Director Brett  McGillivray said Camp Byng, a boy scout camp located on  Roberts Creek's Lower Road, owned Ihe right of way along the  road and forced Centra Gas to provide the properly with natural  gas in return for an easement through the property.  "I'm not just talking about the low pressure line," McGillivray  staled. "They've got a small reducing station."  The vice-president of the Canadian Boy Scouts Western  Region, Peter Berry, confirmed McGillivray's comments but said  the camp would be provided a gas "regulator", not a reducing station.  Berry told the Coast News negotiations for the camp lo receive  gas were under way at the same time Centra Gas held its meetings  with Roberts Creek residents and told ihem their area wasn't sufficiently populated lo receive natural gas.  McGillivray indicated that his Roberts Creek constituents  wouldn't be happy about the turn of events.  WS^SHSELBS  Replaced  i>  Quality replacements  ��� Leakage & workmanship  guaranteed  Replacements guaranteed  against leaks & workmanship  la the life of the vehicle  Repaired  ���^K   "-i ��� Latest state-of-the-art quality  JJ  ���          ��      stone chip repair  '.'.���jfcjaw'i.  "*"* \* All ICBC repairs are no  -*-'. aflEjifc: ���  charge to the customer  FAST, FRIENDLY SERVICE. ASK FOR DAN,  'THE WINDSHIELD MAN'  Peninsula glass  & aluminum  706 HWY 101, GIBSONS 886-8580  Sechelt staffing changes continue  with city planner's resignation  from page 1  In a conversation with the Coast News, Sabine  said his resignation was prompted in part by what  he termed the "negative impact of continuing organizational changes" in the staffing structure of the  municipality.  Following Ihe resignation of Clerk-Administrator Malcolm Shanks in April last year, Sabine  took on the responsibilities of acting clerk, in addition to his planning function, while Treasurer Art  Lew also become acting adminstrator for the district. In the latest developments, Lew has retained  the roles of both the treasurer and adminstrator,  but the district has been looking for a new clerk to  take over responsibilities from Sabine, and expects  to have someone hired by the end of January.  Nancy MacLarty said it wasn't possible for one  person to continue as both a clerk and planner in a  municipality like Sechelt. "In a smaller community  being a planner is a full-time job", she said. "In a  larger community where you have a staff of six or  seven planners, you can do that."  Sabine said the decision to leave Sechell had  been difficult lo make. Looking back on his work  as planner for Ihe municipality he commented "1  guess there are a lot of things I would have liked  to have seen through. But there are only so many  opportunities that will present themselves, and  you've got to decide."  Assistant planner Jim Johnstone will continue to  fulfill planning duties on three days a week while  the position is advertised, said MacLarty.  Meanwhile, Art Lew who has been acting  adminstrator since July has accepted a three-year  contract for a permanent position as adminstrator,  and will also be handling responsibilities as treasurer.  Lew said in future all senior staff would be hired  under a similar contractual arrangement, which is a  change from Ihe District's past practice. "It's normal in any senior position to have a contract to go  along with it...," he said. "Senior positions being  what they are, il gives the board or council a  chance to review them periodically, and then there  would be no legal ramifications of ending a contract al the end of its term."  The staff changes and restructuring at the  municipal hall are part of the progression which  can be expected as the district grows in size and  increases its responsibilites, said Lew.  "GOOD DEAL MEALS"  are back  Monday to Thursday  January 13-16, 1992  litis Week's Feature  �����  $6.99e  1. Shrimp Tortellini  2. Chicken Athena  3. 12" Pizza (medium)  wssWt  Choose from any one of the above "Good Meal Deals" from  Monday to Thursday (4 - 9 pm, dine-in only, served a la carte)  OM-E-G-A  RESTAURANT  2 �� 1    GOWER   I' T      R 1)  Overlooking  Gibsons Harbour  Reservations  886-2268  Pilots object to proposed noise limits  ��v  from page 1  area or by some other mechanical means."  She emphasized, however,  that the designation has no legal  force, and that the first priority  would continue to be safety of  aircraft and passengers. "It's  just a reminder lo private pilots  and public pilots that you're not  in the boonies anymore and you  can't buzz people's houses,"  she said.  But commercial operators  were not happy with the suggestion.  Al Campbell, owner and  operator of Tyee Air, based in  Porpoise Bay said nobody had  contacted him about ways local  operators could help deal with  the problem. "Tyee has been  sensitive to this situation for  years," he said. He added thai it  was usually private pilots and  pilots unfamiliar with the area  who created the noise problems  and that local operators tried to  keep noise as low as possible.  He said there were certain conditions, however, when noise  was unavoidable. "In a strong  southeast wind, you have to  come down over the sub-divisions."  Jack Apsouris of Coast  Western Airlines and Robin  MacGregor of Vancouver Helicopter also echoed Campbell's  concerns that Ihe noise sensitive  designation would "open up a  can of worms."  "Where's this all going to  stop?" asked Apsouris, "Are we  going lo have to go up lo Nine  Mile Point to begin our  descent?"  The operators also expressed  concern thai the designation  would eventually lead to a curfew on flight schedules, which  would make it impossible for  them lo operate.  They also pointed out that  the situation in Gibsons Harbour is not the same as in  Sechell, because no commercial  airline operates from Gibsons.  At the Sechelt planning committee meeting where the issue  was raised. Alderman Bob Wilson agreed with many of the  comments made by the operators.  "Knowing the people in this  area, it wouldn't take much for  them to complain," he said.  "Once they know it's a noise  sensitive area, they'll be out  there with their decibel meters."  "It's just one more  headache," said Robin MacGre  gor, "and boy, you don't need  headaches when you're flying  an aircraft in some of the conditions up and down the coast."  Sechelt  SiFlre Place Ltd.  The Professionals in the Latest Quality  Heating Options and Designs  That's why we are the EXCLUSIVE dealer on the Coast  for some of the best names in Fireplaces  -4 till. CD  Three woids about  Great Coffee   FRESH.  FRESH,  FRESH!  Three words about  Fresh Coffee   AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Call Doug at  886-7686  OFFICE 8. RESTAURANT COFFEE  Supplies & Equipment  FULL, FULL, FULL OF SAVINGS...  AN AVALANCHE  OF LOW PRICES!  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SSS-7I7I Coasl Nt'ws. lanuaiy 11, 1992  opinion  A clouding of  philosophy  Thai was i strange performance thai President Bush  gave us during his recent visit to Japan. Never ininil the  tact that he got suddenly ill anil collapsed at the feet of  the Japanese Prime Minister. That may have been unfortunate and embarrassing for a political leader who has  made much of his machismo fitness, but such things can  happen to anyone.  No, it was the nature of the trip itself that seems puzzling.  Now let us see. President Bush is an avowed conservative, a believer in a free market economy, an advocate of  the principles that the less that government has lo do with  business the better off we will all be.  Fair enough, that's a known position and definitely one  that is in the philosophic ascendancy these days.  But how is it compatible with the leader of the world's  most powerful nation huckstering on behalf of an automobile industry which has simply failed to stay competitive?  One commentator pointed out lhat Chrysler, for example, spent on advertising in Japan only a fraction of the  sum that it awards its president for an annual salary.  Another assertion, almost incredible, is that the Americans don'l make cars with the steering on the right side  though the Japanese market requires this.  And if the American president is playing louring car  salesman, then Lee laccoca plunges ileeply into politics  on his return with a much quoted and vitriolic attack on  the Japanese and their trading policies.  There seems to be a clouding of philosophy here, lo say  the least.  Also, there is something ironic in hearing an American  business leader complain about the shipment of raw materials to Japan and the import of value added materials  from Japan. "It is," fulminates laccoca, "colonial".  indeed it is, Lee, and it is something that Canadians are  well familiar with, is it not?  Somehow we cannot believe the ills thai are besetting  the American economy will be cured either by a huckstering president nor an abusive business community. Neither, it would appear has a significant role to play in a free  market economy.  The perils of power  It has not taken long for the NDP government in Victoria to discover the perils of power.  Both the forest industry and the environmental movement are fierce in their criticisms of the first moves on the  managing of the BC forests but these are early days yel  and the full picture of how the government will respond  to the challenge of what is to be done to keep these warring interests in some state approaching peace is yet to be  seen.  Another area which is bedevilling our new government  is the area of finance. Of course they are blaming the difficulties that lie before them on their predecessors and of  course they are justified in so doing. But political memory  is notoriously short and allegiances fitful.  The best the government can hope to do is to dole out  the stiffest medicine without delay in the hope that by the  time their mandate has run its course they will seek election without the burden of wrestling with a growing  deficit.  The trick will be to keep their caucus intact whilst  unpopular steps are being taken.  letters  Help greatly-  appreciated  Through ihe medium of youi  newspaper I would like to thank  some local people who came lo  my rescue on Boxing Day 1991.  Boxing Day 1991 started out  a happy holiday, as il should.  My wife and I visited friends  and relatives. I felt fine all day  except for a rattle in my chest,  which 1 dismissed as Ihe prelude to a cold. As the lime came  to return home 1 was still feeling well enough to drive lo Gibsons. We left Richmond lo  catch the 9:15 lerry and made  the trip safely. I was having  trouble breathing, but fell confident 1 could continue home.  A trip to the men's room  changed everything. I was gasping for lack of oxygen and  could only lake one step al a  time. I was in serious trouble  and not able to get back to my  vehicle. 1 began to panic as the  ferry was in. It was at this time  a man unknown to me got out  of his vehicle and asked if 1  needed help. He talked me into  not rushing and when we got  back to my car, stood by me  while we waited for an ambulance.  Not too much is remembered  by the writer after this. I knew I  was in serious trouble but after  great action by the BC Ferries  employees and West Vancouver  Ambulance Service I was under  medical control. 1 remember little until we arrived at Lions  Gate Hospital. There was  immediate action on the part of  the hospital staff and three  hours later I was advised the  crisis was over and 1 was going  lo be fine.  Il is impossible for me to  adequately express my thanks to  those who came to my aid in  my hour of need. Without the  help of those good people 1  would not be writing this letter  of thanks. A special thanks to  the unknown man who came to  my assistance. Thank vou.  H.D. (Pat) MULLIGAN  Hemp unfairly  malaigned  Cannabis hemp, the world's  premier renewable natural  resource, was made illegal in  1937 to prevent it from competing industrially.  For over 3000 years until the  late 1800s, hemp was the  world's largest agricultural crop  and most important industry.  Hemp can provide us with  clothing and textiles, paper and  plastics, food and medicine, and  I meet all our energy needs.  i Hemp is the world's number  one source of sustainable  biomass (several tons per acre);  it contains one of the world's  best fibres and it will outpro  duce trees for paper by four lo  one. But. perhaps, more importantly, as a rotation crop and  soil conditioner, hemp is highly  regarded. A hemp field's root  system breaks and holds the  soil, preventing wind and water  erosion, provides nutrients and  "leaves the soil in perfect condition for next year's crop",  according to the USDA.  Healthy soil means healthy  plants and no need for chemicals. About half the chemicals  used in worldwide agriculture  are used on cotton fields. Cotton  growing is very hard on the soil.  Hemp, on the other hand, needs  no chemicals, is good for the  soil and yields a much stronger  and more durable fibre.  The re-legalization of  cannabis hemp may be the single, most important issue facing  humanity and all life on planet  earth. There's no future with  fossil fuels, petroleum, chemical farming and deforestation.  We have to switch to renewable, sustainable sources of  energy and the fact is that hemp  is far and away the best. It must  be true; otherwise the facts  would never have been covered  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  up.  Is this NDP government prepared lo allow the laxpaying  public this information, or will  it perpetuate the coverup?  BUZZ GREENFIELD  Negative response  to positive letter  In response to letters from C.  Mallory and Emily Barber-  Gareau about the Port Mellon  Men's Transition House, I  should like to make several  points.  In the first place, let me  make it very clear that the 'outcry' is not all from one person.  Presumably C. Mallory is referring to Janet Calder. I can  assure you that the whole community is solidly behind Janet  Calder. She has simply undertaken to act as our spokesperson. What is more, we have  widespread support for our  point of view from people outside the community who have  some knowledge of our situation.  We are a very tiny community, both as to numbers and as to  area, composed of very quiet-  living people all of whom have  lived here and known each  other for many years. Nobody  has claimed that all substance  abusers are evil, but it is hard to  see how the injection all of a  sudden of this many men into  our community can fail to alter  the complexion of it.  As for the facility possibly  enhancing our property values -  come on, C. Mallory, you can't  possibly be serious!  INGA FENWICK  Some silvery morning reflections on a winter Coast  "Well, Jake," I said to my old friend as he laid  out the chess board and heated up some mulled  cider on the wood stove, "give me your views of  the world as we enter this year of our Lord nineteen hundred and ninety two."  We had not seen much of each other, Jake and  I, for quite a while. My prolonged absence over  the summer and then a fair degree of absorption in  the world of business when I came back had limited my leisure time.  The morning had dawned overcast and rainy  but some silver in the west promised bener things  to come. The rain had stopped and the coast had  turned into a stark study in silver through various  shades of gray to the black sides of the mountains.  Before Jake's waterfront cabin a variety of ducks  paddled and dived. Crows and seagulls were wailing for the high tide to turn and retreat before they  went about the business of eating .  There is an old coast aphorism: "When the tide  is out the table is set," and nobody knows that better than the crows and the gulls.  Just a little down the beach a great blue heron  was surveying his domain from the top of barnacled pole, hunched and thoughtful like some curmudgeon of the coast. It was a winter morning on  the west coast and I was well content to be where I  was and in the company of Jake.  It had been many months since Jake had wel-  musings  john burnside  corned me to his cabin but he took my return in  stride as though it had only been the day before  that I had last dropped in, as is the way of old  friends.  "Views of the world, eh?" said Jake, as he put  two glasses of cider on the table and settled into  his favourite seat for the chess game. He had  already won the right to play white so he moved  his king's pawn then settled back with his cider  and cast a glance around that portion of the west  coast of British Columbia which had long been his  primary view of the world.  "I tell you, young fellow, that I don't find much  about the affairs of man to enthuse about. My  neighbour down the road was in the other day and  he was going on about how a Utopia was al hand  because the Soviet Union had collapsed. Damn old  fool! Damn near eighty years old and he's still following rainbows. Utopia, indeed. That's what  comes from having the mind of a lemming. You  fall off one cliff and wake up still breathing and  tell yourself that there are no more cliffs, no more  downfalls, no more danger.  "I'm just about as old as he is and I can't see  where anything is being learned and where nothing  is learned nothing can be changed. The fact is  we're on a fast track for disaster as a species and  nothing persuades me that we've learned that we  can't go on fouling our own nest for ever, nor that  there is any hope for lasting peace in the world  when two thirds of the people are close to starving.  "If you've come down here expecting some  comforting platitudes you've come to the wrong  place."  "I'd never dream of it, Jake. In fact. I'd be  downright disappointed if I came in for a visit and  heard a platitude of any kind."  "It's just as well," said Jake, "I'd hate to disappoint you."  We'd gol through the opening part of the game  and into the middle. I tried a gambit that I didn't  ihink Jake had seen for a while and got up and was  replenishing my cider glass whilst he looked it  over.  Outside the window the band of western silver  had enlarged and if anything intensified. The water  was silvered, the ducks were still paddling and  diving industriously in the shallows, the crows and  gulls were busy on the first edge of the sand bar to  be revealed and, while 1 watched, the heron too  decided it was lunch time and flapped away from  his barnacled pole. Jake made his move and joined  me by the window.  We surveyed the silvering morning in silence  for a while.  "Present time is the life of man," he said after a  pause. "This before us is what we are sure of now  and what we should be grateful for. It's when we  forget to live the moment in favour of some later  hope or some ideology that we begin to run amok.  "The collapse of the Soviet Empire and the liberalization of Eastern Europe has got some fools  like my buddy down the beach believing that there  are no more problems to solve. 'A free market  economy' is what's going to save the day we hear.  Seductive idea, isn't it. We don't have to do any  intelligent thinking or planning, just let good old  self interest and greed look after things and all will  be well.  "In short." said my old friend, "1 think we are  still fooling ourselves," and he went back to the  chess game and soon had me in trouble.  coast  The Sunshine Coasl News is locally owned  and published on ihe Sunshine Coast, B C  every Monday by Glassford Press Lid... Box  460. Gibsons. BC. VON 1V0, (604) S86-2522,  FAX (604} 886-7725. Secnelt Olfios.BoK 68.  Sechelt, B C. 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Joyce  Ostry, Marguente. Harry  Turner, John flamer,  Jo-Anne Sheanh  Your community's  AW'ARD-WtNNINC  newspaper  MB***.  ���Ml Coast News, January 1 i, 1992  opinion  letters  in a nutshell  s. nutter  January, at least with me, seems to be a particular lime for reading  mystery stories Maybe the spate of heavy forecasts from pundits of  all stripes that roll over us at the start of the year, chewing over and  regurgitating all what's going to happen in the real world makes us  subconsciously reach for something lo lake our minds off it all.  There are stories that give some weight to this theory. My  favourite is about Hassan the Assassin. He was Sultan of Turkey, hut  Ihe young Turks in revolt were approaching Ihe capital and most of  his people had fled Hassan could get away but he sat on in his throne  room biting his nails. His Vizier was translating the latest Sherlock  Holmes, just in the Strand Magazine, and passing it to him, page by  page.  There's no question lhat it's possible to gel hooked on this genre.  No question also thai there are limes when you'd really rather curl up  on a winter's evening with a new Freeling, say, than with a new biography of Mackenzie King A question maybe rises when real addiction sets in.  'Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes'  A problem wlih Ihe addicted is to remember what they've read  before, and many a librarian has experience of these poor souls coining lo the counter expecting lo lie told whether they've read this one  or lhat. A man I knew who ran a private library in the Grain  Exchange in Winnipeg initiated a method. He advised his patrons,  often haried traders waiting for some delay to develop, to circle the  page number relating to their age, then it was a simple matter to turn  to the age page when taking books out of the stacks and Bob was  their uncle. There was the little mailer that many would be of the  same age, and office numbers, vari-coloured inks, etc. were used.  Sometimes my friend wondered whether it mattered if they'd read  them before. I have found books with page numbers circled in this  way in the Gibsons Library.  But, averting the gaze from the truly addicted, there are a lot of  values to lie found on Ihe mystery shelves. The writing for example,  can be often or at least sometimes, better than is regularly found on  the best seller lists. The mystery writer wilh a sympathetic character  and an established series can kick free of a lot of professionally  imposed formulae and things can get fresher and brighter and more  individual. A former leader in this was a leading poet and head of Ihe  English Department al Oxford.  Wilh mystery writers the series is the thing, and this goes back lo  Agatha Christie in the 20s, and back to Conan Doyle and Sherlock  Holmes, and back to the beginning with (some say) EA Poe. The  series can have a number of advantages. The central character is  known, and so his personal quirks and quiddities can be played out at  leisure almost infinitely, as with a friend in real life.  'a whodunnit based in Gibsons'  Also the mystery story, involving the law and all, has to hoe  throughout to a basis of reality, and this can be refreshing, soothing  even, today. It is, in fact possible, if interested and with minimal  selection, to get a pretty good handle on comparative law while just  lolling about and pleasuring yourself with mystery stories.  To take two currently successful authors: Nicholas Freeling and  Ellis Peters, Freeling is an Englishman who went to Europe and  stayed there as soon as he could get out of school. Peters is a bit of a  mystery and I suspect may be more than one writer, but one of them  al least is a medieval scholar.  Freeling's detective is a French police commissaire and as you follow his stories you can pick up as much about the French judicial system, different as it is to the British, as perhaps you're going to want  to know. Peter's stories are set back in the 12th century, not the  beginning of British law of course, hut a significant time when the  law was getting hammered out.  It's tempting to think of a whodunnit based in Gibsons. The body  could lie found bobbing in the chuck up against the buoy at the mouth  of Gibsons Harbour. The amateur sleuth could be a retired old gaffer  writing a nature column in Ihe local paper. His general fuddy-duddy  go-around masks an infinite wit and lightening acuity. Skeletons  could he found to rattle in Ihe cupboards of the sleepy old town.  There could be a newspaper war going, three papers in the space for  two. Publishers get threatened, editors beaten up, columnists disappear. All fiction of course, but maybe there's some scope here   Last acceptable  form of bigotry  In case someone hasn't  noticed yet, it seems that  'androphobia', or fear and  hatred of men, has become the  last respectable bigotry. It is  now politically correct to make  all manner of anti-male statements, for the media to slavishly and uncritically report them,  and for men to either fawn on or  echo the distortions, or remain  silent. There is a crude expression used to describe a man  constantly cowed by a woman,  and il often springs to mind as I  listen to such pronouncements  and think of my own sex terrified of calling our sisters on  their blatant chauvinism, and  our brothers on Iheir complicity.  A typical but still shocking  example of this currently all-  pervasive sexism appears in  Stuart Bumside's Jan. 6 article,  'Film From Roberts Creek  Packs an Emotionally Charged  Message". Burnside writes  about "a computer-generated  image of a small fellow representing all things male in the  'constructed' world we live  in...with a large gun...". How  about: "...a little Jew representing all things Semitic...with a  large cash register..." or: "...a  burly babe representing all  things female...with a tight mini  and a seductive smile..."? Boy,  what an outcry there would be!  And let us look briefly at this  question of patriarchy. As a  philosophical anarchist, I'm  against rule by anyone. I don't  discriminate in my condemnation of 'the power elite'. And  judging from the recent historical record of women in power, I  equally shudder at the thought  of a bunch of them getting  together in a matriarchy and  governing me!  Those who are not anarchists  can only fairly talk about the  excesses of patriarchy. To  attack patriarchy per se is to  attack men, maleness, masculinity, and I assure the reader that  God or Nature or the Universe  did not create one sex 'badder'  than another. Wasn't that the  main message of the feminist  movement? Ah, how quickly  we forget, and how easy it is lo  hate and blame!  PETER LIGHT  Gibsons, BC  A plea for 'News'  coverage of OCP  Please give detailed coverage  to the proposed Gibsons Official Community Plan. 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How does the amount ot  park space set aside in the plan  compare with the amount of  park space set aside in other  municipalities? Is there any  room for future expansion of  park space?  None of these questions  implies that I'm for or against  the 'plan'. I first would like  more information. I'd like to  read what the political leaders  have to say and also what the  citizens who worked on the  ���plan' have to say. I'd also like  to hear from my neighbours, so  I hope you'll interview them  too.  KATHLEEN VANCE  VARIETY 82.5, FOODS  Old Fashioned and  &ey6e Black Forest Ham  $800/kg ��� 80*/100g sliced  The UK.I.KM Ijllle Store in Gibsons UntBatfl HH6-293K  Watch for weekly specials at  Quality Farm & Garden  Supply Ltd.  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SHAWNIGAN LAKE SCHOOL  Shawnigan Lake, British Columbia  george in gibsons  by George Cooper, U6-8S20  kcits Highway  ke.ils Island*! main ihorought.iic. a provincial road iimiinii* along  the spine ol Ihe blind, was checked recently by the police highway  patrol  The icsuli was a hurried visit In some residents lo insurance agen  cies lor the required coverage loi iheir vehicles, in one case alter  three years ol no coverage Ami who knows, there could be an acci  dent on ihe Keats Hans island highway  A thoughtful gesture indeed lo do lius check before the ICBC rales  leaped into outer space II was reported thai the highway patrol did  then paiolhng In bicycle on this appioxmialely two kilometer toad  through ihe quiet forest.  Dudley Carter  Dudles Cartel spent a siiinmei in 19X1 in Sechell at the Coinmuni  is Arts Centre ol Ihe Sunshine Coasl where he freely gave his time to  instruct those who aspired to wood carving, while he himself worked  a huge driftwixxl slump ol cedar into a piece he called Sra Lion and  Sea Horse This piece still stands ill the Alls Cenlie grounds  During lhat summer, a college student sciccned a documenlary of  Carter's career thai she had researched and piepaied Hy this means  and by friendly cimveisationsinany had wilh him, Ihe community at  large came to know ol this unassuming ailist  The astonishing part in all tin*, was lo lind he was a spry non-age  avian who otved entirely with his double bitted all  He remained a season or two in (iilrsons on Ihe Sunshine Coast,  busy wilh his curing, but ihen returned lo Washington Stale in the  USA, where it is plain, he folds mine commissions and recognition  than he does in his native BC  Dudley Carter, now pressing 11)1 years ol age. still carves and  instructs in a studio provided him by Ihe Stale ol Washington.  Here in BC he is indeed the unsung hero Surely il is time lhat  Canada recognizes him for his long career as an outstanding carver in  WlKxl  roberts creek  by Janice leiqhton, 886-3541  Community health a changing concept lor changing limes.  Here in Roberts Creek, families  are finding llieiuselvcs lacing an  age old communit) health problem mans have never experienced before ��� head lice School  stall and parents had hopes the  Christmas holidays were long  enough for each family lo  attend 10 Iheir own scalps with-  o'" 'he complication of reinfat*  tation from contact al school.  Unfortunately this has not been  ihe case, and head lice continues to plague Roberts Creek  Elementary.  This unexpected resurgence  of head lice in our community  has left community health  resources (the school nurse)  lean on lime allotted to this nuisance. Parent volunteers have  been trained lo check heads for  lice and iheir eggs. The school  then calls lo notify the parents  of children wilh lice. More volunteers are necessary lo check  heads and to phone parents.  However, it's the individual  parent's responsibility to check  their own child's head daily and  lo keep children wilh lice or  eggs home until treated. If the  school is lo be lice-free, all par-  ents must share this community  responsibility.  Treatment is relatively simple (shampooing with NIX) and^  certainly one application is relatively harmless. But several  applications of the mildly toxic  NIX makes one wonder about  the possible health hazard considering how porous a child's  scalp is. The scalp can be left  raw from continued treatment  and ihe hair dry and damaged.  Some success has been  achieved using Dr. Bronner's  Peppermint Soap on dry hair,  waiting 10 minutes, then rinsing  with a vinegar and water rinse,  ad combing with a fine tooth nit  comb.  Most of all. keep on truckin',  as persistence is the key to control.  Quick Notes  Coed basketball is meeting  in the Roberts Creek gy. Sundays from 10:30 am to 12:30  pm starting Jan. 12 and continuing through March 8. Cost is  S25 or $3 drop-in fee. Contact  Dan Kingsbury at 886-4535 for  more details.  Dave Macintosh of the Coastguard auxllllary displays the new Avon rescue cral  Coast Guard Auxiliary boat to  be stationed in Gibsons Marina  by Stuart Burnside  Plans are in the works to make the the Gibsons  area safer for anyone who works or enjoys recreation on the water. The Gibsons Yacht Club  (GYC) has recently agreed to sponsor an Avon  "fast response" rescue boat supplied through the  Coast Guard Auxiliary.  Commodore of the yacht club (and retired  Commodore of the Canadian Navy) Ian Morrow  said the club will be responsible for the housing  and upkeep of the Avon.  "Some of the members of the yacht club are  also going to train to be crew members." Morrow  told the Coast News, "along with other volunteers  from around the area."  According to Morrow, the GYC is the first  such organization to sponsor a Coast Guard Auxiliary vessel.  Gordy Hall, Vice President of the Canadian  Coast Guard Auxiliary for the western region,  said the Coast Guard had supplied the CGA with  four of the rubber rescue boats to be placed at  strategic locations along the Coast.  The Coast Guard Auxiliary (CGA) is an organization of trained volunteers who work 'hand in  glove' with Ihe Canadian Coast Guard to provide  rescue assistance on the water. It is similar to an  auxiliary police force but the volunteers usually  operate without direct Coast Guard supervision.  Hall, also director of operations for the CGA,  is responsible for finding homes for the four  Avons and said Gibsons was an ideal location.  "Gibsons used to have (a similar rescue  response set up) that fell through," Hall said, "so I  approached Ian Morrow about the possibility of  having the yacht club sponsor one of the Avons  for the area."  The other three Avons have been designated  for Bella Bella, Port Albemi and Queen Charlotte  City.  Hall noted the Coast Guard Auxiliary,  though it is funded through the CCG, is not  alloted money for maintenance, which is why it  is necessary to find sponsors.  He noted that, in return for maintaining the  boat, the yacht club will receive about $60 an  hour when the craft is used for rescues. The  money is paid by the Coast Guard through the  auxiliary.  "It's not nearly enough to pay the (Yacht  clubs') costs for maintaining the boat, though,"  Hall said, "They're still going to be out of  pocket."  Hall said he hoped the emergency response  craft which is now docked at the Gibsons Marina would have enough (two-person) crews to  be operating by March.  The boat is to be ready for action on a  round-the-clock basis with alternating crews  who will be contacted through a pager system  in the event of an emergency.  He said volunteer men and women in good  physical shape were encouraged to volunteer as  long as they live within 15 minutes of the Gibsons Marina.  Volunteers will have to undergo extensive  training (mostly nights and weekends) to ready  them for rescue work which includes handling  the Avon in all types of seas, CPR, survival  first aid, etc.  "The coxswain (skipper) also has to attend  the Coast Guard's Bamfield school or its  equivalent," Hall added.  The Bamfield course is a rigourous five-day  ordeal in which would-be coxswains learn the  finer points of operating in rough seas and rescue situations.  Anyone interested in volunteering for the  Coast Guard Auxiliary can contact Hall at 885-  9986.  For Quality Products and Workmanship  DONE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME  &mtmm  m  Showroom     bn Payne- R<l . Gibsons   Hours Mon.    Fri. 9    4:10  88b-3 I'M Stephen ViRAt  Jan Michael  Sherman, MA  Creative  Relationship Counsellor  (604)883-3166  Mtmbtr BCACC  Initial consultation graflj  Motile acaalona on request  Snort-term thtrmpy a specialty  Make your move.  pamicinacnanW,  . -..  ..-�������� ��^at-^-a�� J*-^j -���-. e , <jg^JtljJ,j1^tjtljaltt--tj>JaMitjMfr^r>M.  mmm^^mttmmamm community  Coast News, January 13, 1992  Aline and Dennis  Page,  the last liveaboard  residents at the Porpoise  Bay wharf in Sechelt,  have been given four  months notice to move  their floating residence to  another location.  Last  month the Sechelt  Harbour Authority gave  intent lo limit hours of  power supply and water to  the   finger' the Pages are  moored lo, but opted out  in favor of serving notice.  The Pages, hardhit by a  poor  fishing  season,  limited equipment and  licensing, say they  have  no affordable place lo go  and plan to discuss their  options    with friends  before making any  decisions.  Joel Johnstone photo  Resign MacLarty: petition  A Halfmixin Bay resident, F Frembd, is apparently responsible  fur a petition circulating Sechell calling for ihe resignation of Mayor  Nancy MacLarty.  When contacted hy the Coast News, MacLarty maintained she was  unimpressed wilh the petition.  "It's going to take a lol of signatures to make me step down,"  MacLarty said She Mid she didn't know the exact reasons behind the  call for her resignation and couldn't recall ever meeting Frembd  "I wouldn't know him if he fell into my soup," MacLarty said  She also noted thai tbe |ie(ition, as it now stands, isn't valid under  ihe Municipal Act.  Frembd was unavailable for comment as of press time.  A     CEDARPOLES  A      WANTED  ��� ���AAA  ANY QUANTITY  TOP PRICES PAID  270-0693  ���   ���   a        886*8377  DELTA WEST FOREST SALES LTD.  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  The New Year is off to a running start with a  whole slew of things to do and events to take in.  For all those who resolved to get fit in 1992, check  out the yoga classes being offered at Rockwood  Centre starting Jan. 13. If yoga doesn't quite do it  for you there's stretching for fitness and health  with Anne Gregory starting Jan. 14, also at Ihe  Rockwood Centre.  The Festival of the Written Arts will be holding  its annual Garage Sale on Feb. 1, so collect up all  those things you don't have a use for and donate  them to the festival. More about this one nearer the  lime. For more information regarding the above,  please call Rockwood Centre at 885-2522.  Hospital Auxiliary  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Sechelt Branch,  will be holding its annual General Meeting on  Mon., Jan. 13 at 11 am al the Wharf Restaurant.  Writing Contest  Last week I wrote about the writing contest  being held by the Suncoast Writers' Fojge. I made  a mistake in the maximum amount of words  allowed. It should have been 1500 words. The  word count is very important, so count each one.  By the way, the deadline for the contest is Feb. 15  so get cracking, time is running out.  Shorncliffe News  1 thought you'd like to read this piece from the  magazine, Shomcliffe News: The Call To Ottawa,  by Chris Luster. "On Nov. 18, 1991, Jean Schole-  field and I appeared before a House of Commons  comittee of finance to speak on Bill C-20. Bill C-  20 is a bill being put forward lo the House of  Commons for the cutback of funds to each  province's medicare payments from the federal  government.  "We spoke on Shorncliffe and the type of  lifestyle our residents enjoy. Also, we spoke of  Honourable Grace Mclnnis who shared our home  with us. We spoke about our opportunity to meet  with Judge Peter Seaton, who came one day and  had lunch with some staff, to hear our thoughts on  the future of long term care in British Columbia.  "It was all so exciting as Jean and I had never  been to Ottawa, and to have such an honour put  forward to us made it more special. We had a very  brief tour of Ottawa, saw 24 Sussex Drive, also the  grounds of the Governor General's house. We got  to sit in on question period at the House of Commons and have lunch at the 'famous' parliamentary cafeteria where the prices are indeed the best  in Canada. All in all, it was a very exciting two  days and ones I will never forget. Let's hope that  the groups that got a chance to speak on Bill C-20  will make a difference."  �����  NORTHERN FEATHER  Down Quilt  Special  SAVE 40%  TWIN QUEEN  60 X 88 88 x 88  $160.95 M 99.95  Available January 20,1992  100% white cotton shell ��� 260 thread count  Goose down ��� Construction: 12 inch  baffel box, 1 inch rise, double V  stitched & piped, with a 54�� rating   THE   KING  106x88  $239.95  DREAM SHOPPE  Bayside Building, Sechelt  (across from Trail Bay Mall)   885-1965    Now You're Sleeping     mmmm  davls bay news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 88S-3629  January is traditionally a 'blah' month; after all the mad rushing  around for Christmas, suddenly everything is a let-down. The snowbirds migrate to sunnier climes, the kids go back to school and life  slinks back into a rut. But all is not lost!  The Continuing Education brochure appears like magic! We now  have the opportunity to enhance our careers, our minds and our bodies. There is something for everyone from belly dancing to bridge,  chain saws to computers, dinosaurs to duvets. Do take advantage of  the courses offered.  Pharmacists to Talk on Prescription Drugs  The community association meeting to be held on Tues., Jan. 14  will feature retired pharmacists Gordon Sauder and Bob Milward,  who will show a video and give a talk on the abuse and mis-use of  prescription drugs amongst the elderly. Also on the agenda, Phil  Makow and Mayor Nancy MacLarty will speak on the viability of a  walking path on the highway. At present, it is hazardous, to say the  least, to walk or cycle on the side of the road. 1 urge you to attend this  meeting as it is a very real concern to the community.  A belated 'happy birthday' to our own Alf Lucas who celebrated  his 90th on Jan. 9. Many more, Alf!  There is not a lot to write about this time of year. We columnists  really have to dig for the news, so we appreciate your input. While  you are watching the raindrops running down the windows, please  take the time this week to think of something you may like featured  and give me a call.  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  Take advantage of the Royal Bank/  Alcan Renovation Financing Program  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM  FREE ESTIMATES  PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION  JIM BAIN 885-4572  Unit #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt, B.C.  yft'ffiS't      IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO SELL, in THE  "~[ COAST HEWS On Y00 0* THE RICHT TTWCK TO a  Coasl News. January 11, 1992  /"DEPENDABLE  '  AUTO SERVICE^] ���>"���.���������������������������  We sell ft back  RELIABLE  USED CARS  IC��* AfHOVID tko|  nltot   U  HCAA mamtjerai  community  ^WHtfidWC  AUTOMOTIVE  Member of  ALLIED  The Careful Movers  UN  DISTANCE  MOVING  We  can move you  ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing. Storage Local 4 Long Olslanc. Moving  HWY. 101. GIBSONS     "������'���,"''���:   ,.,;'T   886-2664  Xeiimar  'Draperies  &  NEEDIECRAF1 SUPPLIES  383*2274  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tttfts, Iim/'s & Covers  Upholstery fi Repairs  1&  FOODLINER  Check our flyer  ,M-\RIMA  'HARMACY  8H ��-288H  'lofin iHcnni's  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products   883-2253  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  & Unto Centre  IffltOFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park (Icnrrc  ffiTTHS  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2866  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1 2 M. North ol Garden Bay Rd.,  Hwy 101 883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Legion  Branch 112  Members & Guests  Always Welcome  Telephone 883-9632  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Penensula Place  Coiner ol Sunshine Coasl Hwy. &  Francis Peninsula Rd. 8(3-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883*9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  fader Hartmir. M       88t-2610  LIVE BAIT-TACKLE .SllOr  CONVFNIENCE STORE  Madeira Park Fun House  Video games, pool A snack bar  Nightly tournaments ��� prizes  Wed night ladies A girls only  5:00-7:00 pm  Play Bingo?   Have Kids?  leave llicm in a supervised  atmosphere at the fun House  Hours: Mon. ��� Tliurs   3  Fri. ��� 3-1 am,Sat. ��� 10  Sunday 10 ��� 10 pm  883-9880  10 pm  til.  ROOFING  indole  Tar fi Gravel. Shakes, Shingles.  Metal Roots. Torch On, Durolda  883-9303  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Outdoor Sub Stations  883-2218  Ceil. 7111  HAIRDRESSERS  %��matrix  Miss Sunny's  IIMR KOI TIQIF  KK.V27IS  SERVICES  Hitf>li W. Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  S83-9SSS  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  7S^  r*ub ��� WMtnfmnt RMt-.un.nf  Garden  Bay  Hotel  Pender Harbour  Realty  88,-9525  1:AX:88W24  atrCaantn ' PMMngclMnfn . arkramMM  Pub Restaurant  883-2674 883 9919  harbour watch  by Jacalyn Witwtrt, M3-2M0  Tree dating specialist to give talk  Marion Parker, a specialist ill tree ring dating, will give a talk on  the importance ol Caren Range old growth forest for scientific  research Marion will he speaking at Ihe Friends of Caren Range  meeting hegummg al 7 JO pin on Jan 16 at the Lions Club hall  Everyone is welcome to attend It you would like any further information please contact John Held al 88.' 2807  Public Hearing  If you are m support of seniors housing, you may join in at the  public hearing on Jan. IS al 7:30 pm in the legion hall The hearing  will pertain to the zoning of the Lily Lake property planned for the  seniors housing complex.  New Elected Officers  The annual General Meeting of the Pender Harbour Auxiliary to  Si Mary s Hospital was held at the Pender Harbour Golf Club on  November 29 The officers for 1992 are as follows: president, Lou  Parell; vice -president. Carol Chambers, secretary, Diane Dennis; treasurer. Joan Jensen, publicity, VI Alexander. The auxiliary would like  to thank the community for its continued support.  New Courses  Wondering what to do with your evenings? There are three new  courses being presented at the Pender Harbour Secondary High  School Bill Sutherland will be instructing car maintenance for the  novice and small marine engine maintenance for the novice; Elia  McNult will inttrucl conversational Spanish at Madeira Park Elementary School' June Maynard will host the SETA - working with 6 to 9  year olds, and Roxanne Gregory will instruct the mixed martial arts  class for 7 to 12 year olds Remember to pre register for all the cours-  Pender Harbour Lioness Lynn Vanderpoll recently  visited the students at Madeira Park Elementary  School. Vanderpoll presented a $100 cheque to the  library on behalf of the Lioness club and a $20 prize  cheque from the Gibsons Lions Club to Vicki  Nieuwenhuis, winner of the peace poster contest.  Valeric Vcrrall photo.  es. For further information contact the Continuing Education facility  in Sechelt.  As The Tide Changes  Please drive cautiously when the roads are slippery!  Video buffs - winter months are great for watching your favourite  video. The earliest demonstration of a home video recorder was on  Jan. 24, 1963. That's 2�� years ago!  Until next week   be good to yourself.  halfmoon bay happenings  by Rum ForrtMtar, B8S-39M  The date of writing this column is Jan. 9. and to dale there  has been no word of any little  Halfmoon Bay baby to be welcomed to our midst. Please  don't forget lo give me a call at  home in the evening so that we  can all know if we have a new  boy or girl as a future pupil at  Halfmoon Bay School.  Welcome Beach  We had hoped the Welcome  Beach Community Hall would  be ready for a 'grand opening'  sometime in January, but due to  several holdups, the opening  will probably not happen until  February. There will be a big  opening celebration, but before  E  Clearance  50����off  All Christmas Fabrics  & Christmas Craft Supplies  Ifynmar Jfyit & Seiv  Madeira Park  Next to Uw Poll Office  883-2274  that happens there will have to  be some big cleanup work.  This is where you come in!  Volunteers are going to be  needed for this, otherwise it will  be left to the small group who  seem to do all the work. Give  Franz Erber a call at 885-4590  if you will be willing to help  when Ihe lime comes.  School Concert  Since 1 was away over  Christmas and New Year, I  never did mention how very  much we all enjoyed the Christmas show at Halfmoon Bay  School. It was really great, and  accolades are due to Ihe dedicated staff who produced and  put the whole thing together.  And special thanks to all the  children who must have worked  very hard practising their lines  and songs.  Hours:  9:30 am-6 pm  Mon-Sat  Prices Effective:  Mon-Sat, jan 13-18  Libby's Soups  Dinogetti  & Zoodles  Chicken or Tomato. 398 ml  Z for 990  Liberty Light  Canola Oil  1L  1.  Detergent  Tide  4L  5,  Pride of the World  Stewed  Tomatoes  19 oz  790  Unico  Tomato  Sauce  14 oz  690  Granny Smith  Apples  $1.52/kg  690  Regular  Ground  Beef  Family Pack  $2.18/kg  IGA Reconstituted  ale  ie  IL  780  Dog's Delight Dry  Dog Food  8 Kg  6.99  Frozen Drums & Thighs  Chicken  Family Pack  $3.29/kg  U9  Hi Dri  Towels  2 roll  780  Delsey  Bathroom  Tissue  Iroll  2.38  Navel  Oranges  $1.08 /kg  490  Pork Side  Spare  Ribs  $3.28 /kg  Rehabilitation Support  The idea has been proposed  for a gift shop at the Wildlife  Rehabilitation Centre at the former Halfmoon Bay School to  help raise funds for the centre.  As most of you know,  Joanne Dickeson is the one who  cares for injured wild birds and  animals and funds are badly  needed to help her continue the  good work.  Attention Writers  Feb. 15 is the deadline for  those of you who would like to  submit an entry in the annual  Writing Contest sponsored by  the Suncoast Writers' Forge.  There are prizes in Ihe  amount of $350, and you have  as good a chance as anyone.  Entry forms can be picked up at  any book store and at the Coast  News offices.  golden lifelines  by Joyce Oitry  Although painting began  again on Jan. 8, Martha Griffith,  885-9997, gave me this message: Painting meets weekly on  Wednesdays, from I pm to 4  pm. Please try and make it a  MUST to come out every week.  Newcomers are always welcome. If the interest in painting  dwindles, we may have to call it  quits and forfeit our Wednesday  afternoons to others who want  the hall.  Remember, with our new  hall being built things should be  nicer and brighter in the arts and  crafts room. We hope to have  room for displays from time to  time. Come and do your own  thing in any medium - help is  always available. Tillie White  885-2720 is another contact person.  The following are the chairpersons of the standing committees: Regional Council  Meetings, Joan Timms 885-  9249; General Meetings, Edith  Caldwell 885-7547; Copving,  Larry Grafton 885-7173 or885-  2759; Hall Maintenance, Stan  Johnson 885-2303; Membership. Mel Neelands 885-2490;  New Activity Centre, John  Miller 885-7792: Phoning. Barbara Johnson 885-9450; Pompoms. Mona Osborne 885-9392:  Publicity, Joyce Ostrv 885-  5343; Rentalsman, Mel Neelands 885-2490; Shop Easy  Slips, Mary Bannerman 885-  9562; Sick Visiting Co-Chairman. Norma Ferguson'885-  9757; Travel, May Widman  885-5500; Wavs & Means, Len  Herder 885-2878. The next general meeting is Jan. 16 at 1:30  pm.  Baha'i  Faith  Die Hahn'i interring*, s|>eak  not only to the spirit of  man. but in the heart.  JORlNFOWvlATlON  Call :886-2078  or 885-7259  -' -   -  *  hfakal I  .   ���-���-. .:     - .-.-     ���     - community  This Great Blue Heron was recently due to be  released from the Gibsons Wildlife Rehabilitation  Centre. Irene Davy will take the bird to the Rifle  Bird Sanctuary. Stuart Burnside photo  A safe rehabilitation  site for sick wildlife  located in Gibsons  by Start Ih-mM.  Found a sick or injured bird lately? Maybe there's an aban  doned baby squirrel hanging around the hack yard? Well there is a  place in Gibsons where you can take such animals lo recuperate  and receive the specialized care they need to survive.  The Gibsons Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre (GWRC) is a non  profit organization run by Clint and Irene Davy that is dedicated to  helping and protecting the Coast's wildlife.  The Davys' rehabilitation facility, located on their property in  upper Gibsons, is a continuation of rehabilitation efforts the couple  undertook for 10 years in Richmond before moving to Gibsons in  1988.  In order to function as a wildlife centre, according to Clint  Davy, there are two permits necessary; one from the federal govern-       'It's bl'COtni'  men! authorizing them lo care for all ., _ ,  migratory birds, and a second front OUT ItJC S  the provincial Ministry of the Envi- WOfk'  ronment (MOE) lhat allows the couple to doctor non-migratory birds and small mammals.  "We work closely with (MOE) conservation officer Doug  Pierce," Davy said, "and he handles all the larger animals.  Aside from the permits, however, the Davys receive no government funding.  "We rely on our own resources and the occasional donations  (including volunteer labour and materials) to pay for the specialized care and diets required by injured or orphaned wildlife," He  said.  The couple became involved in wildlife rehabilitation in the  mid-1970s and are founding members of the advisory hoard of the  Wildlife Rescue Association of BC; Clint is a past-president and  Irene the past-secretary.  In addition, Clint is the president of Wildlife Rehabilitalors Network of BC, and Director of Ihe BC Waterfowl Society. Both  Clint and Irene are members of the International Rehabilitation  Council.  The Davys are both heavily involved in the Coast's SPCA  efforts as Clint is the SPCA Inspector and the director of the  provincial SPCA organization.  Since beginning their own rehabilitation work in 1979, the  Davys have taken in and cared for over 18(H) different wildlife  cases, encompassing everything from baby hummingbirds to Great  Blue Herons and Golden Eagles.  "It's become our life's work," Irene Davy said.  The couple presently have the materials to build a much needed  squirrel exercise cage that will also help in the "slow release"  method of returning animals to the wild which have become used  to human care.  There is need of volunteer labour to build the cage, however,  and anyone interested in volunteering time and effort can reach Ihe  Davys at 886-4989.  Getting it Right  The Coast News erred in a January 6 review of the New Year's  Eve dance at Ihe Roberts Creek Community Hall  It was mistakenly repotted that the proceeds from the evening  were to go the the Sunshine Coast WildlileKchabililalion Centre.  The proceeds of the Dance went to the Save the Hall Campaign,  but the money made ftom liqour sales was to go lo the Gibsons  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre (GWRC)which supplied the alcohol  you'if Go4rRAz��e''  Come in & see our  on selected dresses  HK( iULAB SA1 I: < < )NT1NUES  Willi MANY ITEMS UPTO  FASHIONS  j  Colin- & set' our  new arrivals  of spring fashions  Hi cruise wcur  10   5   MON.     SAT.  885-1916 -������ S ma  COWRIE ST  SECHEL  Beads, Beads  &more  Beads      ^  ���  Lots of new arrivals, including  semi-precious, seed, wooden,  Peruvian a Venetian Glass  Make your Own Jewellery  Let Our Knowledgeable Staff  assist you...a fun winter project!  For Around The  World Shopping  Cowrie St. Sechelt  Mon - Sat, 10 ��� 5  885-6460  egmont news  health clinic news  'M  by Lynn Meet, M3-11M  So how's 1992 so far, folks?  The amount of energy I have  has got me flying. I lie in bed at  night unable to sleep because  I'm so excited to see what the  next day has to offer. What's  up? What's ahead in '92? It's  the first time I've ever made a  New Year's resolution and so  far I've stuck with it. It feels  unreal.  New Year's Baby  The New Year has brought  us a new little person, Krista  Silvey. Welcome to the world,  little one. You've already made  the front page of the newspaper.  Congrats, Rob, May and Tyler.  The local health nurse will  be visiting the community hall  on Jan. IS from 10 am to noon.  The hall will be warm and comfortable for those making the  visit.  Garbage Container  Disappears From Govt  Dock  I've been informed that there  is no longer a garbage container  on the government dock due to  Ihe fact some people have been  leaving large hardware and  other objects that do not  remotely belong in or on a government dock garbage container.  Thrift store winter hours are  Wed. from noon to 3 pm. While  shopping there the other day, 1  was sad to hear that Vi is once  again in St. Mary's Hospital. I  sure hope all goes well when  Edna enters the hospital in Vancouver.  I know of a couple of January birthdays. Happy birthday  to Gunner and Bruce Hillhouse  and the rest of you Capricorns  and Aquarians.  Gibsons Office - 494 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons - telephone  886-8131; Sechelt Office - 5571 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt - telephone  885-5164.  ��� Child Health Clinics will be held in Gibsons on January 7, 14, 21  and 28 with an extra clinic on January 6. Sechelt clinic will be held  on January 8, 15, 22 and 29. Pender Harbour clinic will be January 9,  16, and 30. Telephone 883-2764.  Tuberculin Skin Testing and Travellers' Clinic will be held on  January 6, 13, 20 and 27 and Travellers' Clinic only on January 2, 9,  16, 23 and 30 in the Gibsons Health Unit and in Sechelt on January 6,  13, 20 and 27. The Pender Harbour clinic can be arranged upon  request.  STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease) Clinic will be held in Gibsons on January 8 from 4 to 4:30 pm. No appointment necessary. In  Sechelt it will be held on January 7, 17, 21 and 31 by appointment.  Information counselling and testing (including AIDS) will be given.  Prenatal Classes - early class is on January 14 from 7 to 9 pm at  the Gibsons Clinic. Late class is on January 7, 14 and 21 from 7 to 9  pm at the Sechelt Clinic.  To register telephone 886-8131. It is important to register for the  above classes early as they fill up quickly.  Single and Pregnant? Phone the health unit at 886-8131.  Hospital Tour - Telephone St. Mary's Hospital switchboard to  arrange for a tour at 885-2224.  The Parent and Baby Drop-in gives parents an opportunity to meet  other parents and discuss common concerns. The group gathers every  Tuesday from 1:15 to 3:30 pm at the Gibsons Clinic and at the  Sechelt Clinic Wednesdays from 1:15 lo 3:30 pm.  AC Building Supplies  & SunSport Outfitters  taBB*-"*  , last  SYLVIA  Go<ut 3be*U��Ae  STUARTFLOCKHART  DENTURIST  Member of the  B.C. 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Since   ,  1984, we have had offices in both Sechelt and  Gibsons. rf'  When the Sechelt Chamber of Commerce  needed to research the history of the Sechelt  canal proposal, they came to The Coast News.  When the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Committee  needed to check the names of past winners, they  came to The Coast News.  We are the source for citizens and local  organizations when they need to refer to the  history of the past half century. There is only  one place they need to go - to The Sunshine Coast  News archives.  Our display ads  - design excellence  and cost-effectiveness  Good news for our advertising customers!  We're holding the line on prices in 1992.  Extensive modernization undertaken in 1991  will enable us to absorb our rising costs, and we  are passing the saving on to our customers.  Even at our lean and competitive prices, you  will get proven quality. Our campaign for  Blackberries in Sechelt won the Best Advertising  Design Award for all categories of newspapers.  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One of the best kept merchandising secrets  on the Coast: Coast News display classifieds are  dynamite! Call and ask for details.  Our comprehensive  community coverage  An impressive array of columnists from  many of the Sunshine Coast's unique and  distinctive communities write on the news of  their areas. The Coast's most effective editorial  team of reporters and photographers provides  our readers with unmatched coverage and our  advertisers with the most complete readership  on the Coast.  llw Sunshine (oust News  Our 47th year of serving the Sunshine Coast  j. a- s- ��_ji-��, -  tMa-MMHiU��Hniyiir*i Coast News, (anuary 1 I, 14*12  news  SCRD responds to querries  for help in funding the ice  rink in Sechelt with intrigue  police report  The District of Sechelt and various  user groups of the Sechelt ice arena  have written the SCRD imploring the  board to help fund the skating rink,  but the SCRD response points to a  larger goal of more unified control for  Coast government activities.  Crowded conditions and a projected operating deficit of $150,000 for  1992 have led the District of Sechelt,  in a letter received at the January 9  SCRD board meeting, to acknowledge "the costs  to operate (the arena) at full capacity a.id lo  upgrade the building and equipment to minimum  standards is beyond the means of the municipality-"  The letter points out that a large number of  those using the facility come from outside the district and calls on the SCRD lo pay its fair share.  "Without the participation of the regional district in funding its proportionate share of operating  and capital costs," the letter read, "(Sechelt) will  have to consider closing or significantly curtailing  ice arena operations."  Combined with the Sechell letter were letters  from the Sunshine Coast Figure Skating Club  (SCFSC) and Ihe Sunshine Coast Minor Hockey  Association (SCMHA), both of which echoed  Sechell's plea.  In responding to the letters, Director Jim Gurney made a motion that went beyond directly  addressing the concerns for the arena.  He motioned that a letter be returned to Sechelt  stating, "The Sunshine Coast Regional District  favours the devolution of all local government  functions on the Sunshine Coast under  one authority, as opposed to the piecemeal passing off of individual liabilities to the regional district."  Gurney said his motion went  beyond dealing with just the arena  because "it was time to look at all  these problems on a Coast-wide  basis."  He did refer to the arena, though,  saying it was unfair to imply the  regional district didn't pay enough  toward recreation. He pointed out that the SCRD  taxes its constituents to the lune of $613,000 for  recreational facilities on the Coast, an amount the  municipalities don't contribute to.  He defended the SCRD actions toward Ihe  arena to date, saying the regional district had made  funding offers in the past which would have come  from regional taxes from areas incorporated into  Sechelt when the district restructured in 1986.  "The district didn't accept that offer," Gurney  recounted, "Sechelt restructured and took in much  of the tax base we were offering."  Gibsons Mayor Eric Small wanted clarification  on the overall intent of Gurney's call for one  authority to oversee Coast-wide government services "Does this include public utilities (and  everything else)?" Small asked.  Gumey responded affirmatively but was elusive  as to how that goal could be brought about.  "I think the details will unfold in the next few  weeks," Gurney said.  Despite the intrigue, the motion passed unanimously.  Tires Stolen From  Vehicle at Trout Lake  Sechelt RCMP request the  public's assistance with an  investigation into the damage to  and theft of wheels from a vehicle on Dec. 27, 1991. The vehicle, a yellow Honda Accord,  was left on the southbound side  of Highway 101 just south of  Trout Lake by the owner  because of mechanical difficulties.  Between 4 pm and 10 pm,  several of the vehicle's windows were broken and the  tires/rims were stolen. Any person who may have information  regarding this matter is requested to call the Sechelt RCMP or  Crimestoppers.  Search and Rescue  Brings Climbers Home  Safely  On Jan. 5, 1992 two local  youths got stuck after dark on  the face of Soames Hill. Search  and Rescue were called to the  scene along wih Gibsons Volunteer Fire Department. The  two youths were rescued after  over four hours on the rockface  of the hill.  The assistance of GVFD and  Sunshine Coast Search and Rescue members Vic and Eileen  Bonaguro, Fred Gazeley, Gordon Skertchly, Gordon Todd,  Mike Pearson and Kelly Hatfull  is greatly appreciated.  The big lunch bucket is  wide open for the workers  of Fraser River Pirege, a  Vancouver company doing  repair and maintenance  work at BC Ferry Corp's  Langdale terminal. Last  week the crew dredged  silt, sand and debris away  from docking laneways for  Gambler Island's Dogwood  Princess ferry and the  Sunshine Coast's Queen  of Cowlchan.  Joel Johnstone photo  'Environmentally friendly' proposal from  Specialty Wood Products raises concerns  by Jane Seyd  Can one environmentally-  friendly proposal cause more  environmental problems than it  will solve? That was one of the  questions grappled with recently by Sechelt's planning committee.  As a result, an application  from Specialty Wood Products  for a lease on crown lands near  Chapman Creek will likely not  receive the blessing hoped for  from Sechelt council because of  environmental concerns in Ihe  area.  The company has applied to  the Ministry of Lands for a 30-  year lease on nine hectares in  the area, to be used for "environmentally friendly" developments in wood composting and  processing of wood waste and  for electrical power generation.  But Sechell council will likely recommend the ministry  refuse the application because  of several reasons, including the  potential environmental impacts  of the proposal in terms of  recreational use of Chapman  Creek and its valley, and air  pollution, including the problems this could create for planes  flying out of Sechelt airport.  In discussion, committee  members suggested the company look to possible alternate  sites in the area, which are  already zoned for industrial  activitv and are a greater distance from the sensitive Chapman Creek area. However a  spokesman for Specialty Wood  Products disagreed with the  committee's suggestion, saying  the land in question was near to  existing wood waste from both  Speciality Wood Products and  Suncoast Lumber which gave  the company a chance for economics of scale. "It's true there  may be industrial land all over  the place," he said, "but we're  all realists and can see that  would be horrifically expensive." He added that on the current property occupied by the  company there was no room lo  grow, and without economics of  scale, the company would have  trouble slaying economically  viable.  Currently, Specialty Wood  Products processes weed wood  into products like hardwood  floors, and paneling, are in such  high demand that they are being  shipped to Germany.  The proposed expansion to  deal wilh wood waste represented a "pro-active" environmental  opportunity to deal with waste  generated by the two wood  companies, said the spokesman  for the company. Processing  equipment would be built to  "state of the arts" capacity, he  said, using natural gas as a  booster fuel.  Committee members agreed  the intent of the idea was good,  but said it would be "prudent"  for the company to look into  alternate locations.  Crimestoppers Month  January is Crimestoppers  Month. Since its inception in  September of 1976 in Albuquerque, New Mexico,  Crimestoppers has spread to  over 850 programs worldwide  with a total of over 400,000  felony cases solved and the  recovery of over two billion  dollars in stolen property and  illicit drugs. We salute the  Crimestoppers volunteers both  worldwide and right here on the  Sunshine Coast.  Remember  if your're going to  gamble with your  Septic Tank  i  a Hush  is better  than a  full  house!  i  tor septic tank pumping...  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  ask lor Lucky Larry.  Need that  High School  Diploma?  Sunshine Coast  Part Time Education Program  (School District #46)  can help you get it!  Courses offered Include:  Math 9.10 Socials 10.11 Chemistry 11  Communications 10 History 12 English 11,12  Science 9.10 Algebia 11  Minimum of 3 students required lor a course to be offered.  Flexible hoursl  Informal seltlngi  Qualified leachersl  One-time registration leel  Phone ��� 886-38441  fresh cut flowers  woodland arrangements  floral designs  iff deliver  REOPENING  Thursday, January 16  Janice Carter      886-7435  Next to Dockskk Pluribacf,  Gihsnns LinduiK  ^  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  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Moms    61)6-3499  All Are Welcome  AlUhMed with the Penteco&tal  Assemhlifs ol Canada  THE UNITED CHURCH OF  CANADA  Sunday Worship Swire  Gibsons  Glassford Road IliHam  Sunday School I id5 am  St. Inhn'i  Davil H,iv Road ami  SlmpMns Road M0 am  Sunday School 9:30 am  Reverend Iterl R.wim'v  Cliun li li'li'plinnf BBM111  CHRISTIAN SCIENCE  SOCIETY  in Greenecoutl Hall  Medusa SI, Sechell  Suml.iv Services 11:00 am  A Warm Invitation In All  Tot Information please call  885-2506 or 885-3688  ROMAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH  5:0O pm  a 45 am  9:45 am  II 40 am  Mass Scheilule  Saturday  SI Mary's, Gibsons  Sunday  Out Lady nl Lourdes  Holy Fjmily, Sii licit  st Mary's, Clibsons  Confessions  Sechell  1st ��, lid Sal 4 (Ml-4:10 pm  Gibsons  2nd * 4lh Sat 4 in-s on pm  Telephone im5952f>  ST BARTHOLOMEW'S  ANGLICAN CHURCH  Hwy 101 at North Rd. 886-7410  Herring Gibsons * Roberts Creek  Worship & Bible Study  Wednesday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  Sunday 10:30 am  rlieRev, Esthei North, Redur  (REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN)  CStU&Pi  Sunday  ll:to,ini Si Hilda's, Sechelt  7:00 pm In Homes  Wednesday  7: Hi pm Pastor's Office  I Cameron Frasei  Home ��� nns.74HH Ofltre ��� B5J-970"  Grow in Grace  &  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF CANADA  St. Hilda's, Sri hell  8:00 am -110 am  St. Andrew's, Pendei Hafboiil  11:111. III!  We Extend a Warm Welcome to All  885-5019  Rev-lone Maffin ��� Rev. Dan Gilford  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes You To loin Us in  Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 10:00 am  Prayer 10:00 am  MorninR Worship Scivic e 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:110 put  599 Cower Point Road  B8(,-7049  Pasioi Monty Mat Lean Coast News, lanujry 1.1, 1992  71  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Millmrn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  leisure  Dining guiDE  Your guide to the finest in area dining  a listing of restaurants ad pubs  ANDY'S RESTAURANT  Our new decor adds a new dimension to Andy's Restaurant. It  lends a relaxing and most enjoyable atmosphere to your dining  pleasure.  When you walk through the doors at Andy's you will be  greeted by a stall not only friendly and efficient, but genuinely  happy to see you.  Andy's versatile menu features carefully-prepared Italian,  Greek. Chinese. French, Thai and traditional Canadian dishes.  Daily luncheon and dinner specials are offered, with Prime Rib  and 'all the trimmings' being Wednesday's specialty. (And be  sure to sample Andy's Sunday brunch from 11 am-2:30 pm.)  Andy's is a fully-licensed restaurant and offers complete banquet facilities for your very special occasions.  Located on Hwy 101, Andy's is open Tuesday through Saturday Irom 11 am-10 pm, Sundays from 11 am-9 pm.  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant - Lunch ami dinner  special t'vi'ty day, Every Wednesday  night is Prime Rib Night, House specialties Include veal tlislu'-., steaks, seafood,  pasta, pizza. Thai I'���*! and lots nt NKW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's pi'ai BiiiikIi  ButU't every Sunday from il am - 2:Jo  pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  Sunday ami Monday II   am -9 pm,  Tut'stiity - Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  The Boat House - Just a ,.������.> ride away  in beautiful Horseshoe Bay, offering daily  choices of tri'sli and flash frozen seafood  from (he West, East and Gull Coasts as  well as a variety of Other specialties Join  ns after. 3 |��ii tot (linnet ot foi our spectacular Sunday Brunch, setved between  10:30 am and 2 pm. Friendly service in a  relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some ol the reasons you'll keep  coming back, [f you have ati ini|<ortan(  rendezvous or a ieny to catch, please let  us know anil we'll make the necessary  accommodations. Fot reservations call  ���321-8188. All major credit cards accepted.  Cate Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere  widi warm, helpful staff. Homemade pastas, quiches .nut daily specials are all prepared with the fifshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious. Our whole wheat  bread and scrumptious desserts are baked  fresh dally, on the premises Outside din-  inii. take out orders for the beach and cap-  piiciuo are available The Coasts's  bistro, as unique as tbe Coast itself.  Monday to Saturday. 9 am - .1 pm. Closed  Sunday, Teredo Square, Sechelt. Phone  ahead tor your lunch! 883-W62.  Coast ClUb Cafe - Bright, open, casual  dining lor breakfast and lunch Fresh is  ihe order ol the day fot all of our menu  items, Big burgers, pasta dishes, Mexican  specials, sandwiches, salads and a variety  til daily features With a European flair,  ihe Coast Club Cafe offers dining at reasonable prices, Open from 6 am daily.  Join lis tor weekend brunch 1519 Wharf  Ave , Sechelt, 885-9344. Visa,  Master! ard and American Express accepted - seating for 60  Haid-A-Way Restaurant ��� Bung the  whole lamily ami join us tor great dining  It tin1 llriid-A-Way Restaurant in dibsons  Motor Inn on Hwy 101 at Park Rd Out  Friendly lirlptiil statt and warm, pleasant  ���tmomhere will add to your enioymeui of  mil excellent breakfast, lunch and dinnet  menu, winch includes a children's section We're open Sun 10 Wed Irom 5 '0  am until '* pm. anil Nuns lo Sal Irom  s HI ,itn until 10 pin Sunday our regulai  breaklast menu is offend ttom 5 30 - 10  am In addition we offer a fabulous  Sunday Buffet Brunch, II am - 2:30 pm,  featuring a scrumptious salad bat. with a  huge selection ol hot ami cold dishes anil  desserts. Eat to your heart's content.  Reservations B86-450I, 53 seats pin banquet room  The Omega Piiza, Steak and Lobster  House - With a perti'Li view ot dibsons  Marina, and a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise.  You'll often see 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. Open  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 are Prime Rib  nights. Fully licenced. Open 7 days a  week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm; Fri.,  Sat. A Sun., 7 am to 9 pm. 5663 Cowrie  Street, Sechelt. 885-9811. Visa A  Mastercard accepted.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Creek Houte - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere We serve rack of  lamb, duck, nab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 883-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays A Tuesdays. Visa A  Mastercard. 40 seats.  The Whtrf - Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from 8  am - 2 pm. Fully licenced and air  conditio ncd. Dinner reservations recommended Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 883-7285.  BlCktddy Pub - Enjoy the natural beauty  of Jems Inlet while lasting one of out  many homestyle specialties in the pub; or  the casual surroundings of our family  restaurant Our "Skookum Burger" in a  challenge to the biggest appetite. New  pub hours: Monday - Friday 11:30 -  11 30, Saturday and Sunday 11 lo closing.  New kitchen hours: Monday - Friday  11:30 ��� 7:30, Saturday and Sunday 11:30  to 8:30. Backeddy Pub ��� located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub - Great  fund 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  and good times. Sun. ��� Thurs. open 'til  midnight, Fri. A Sat. open 'lit I am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations accepted.  886-8171.  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  olfers 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  from noon till 8 pm. Pender Harbour,  883-1145, Mastercard A Visa. Fully  licenced  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Irtn Enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay Irom your table al the Blue  Ileum Inn. located on the waterfront at  porpoise Bay Relax and enjoy a superb  dining experience Reservations are  required for dinner Winter hours: Wed ���  Sun , Lunch 11 am - 2 pm, dinner 3 pm  881-3847  The Terrace at Bonnlebrook - The  Terrace al Bonniehrook, offers superb  West Com cuisine in a picturesque and  relaxing lodge setting We offer fresh  local BC food, expenly prepared in a varied menu ot appetizers, entrees and  desserts. Follow Gower Point Road lo  Ocean Beach Esplanade RE .opening  February 14  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernie ft Gwen's Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers,  chicken, desserts, drinks, ice cream. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after 5 pm  only, on $10 minimum orders. Small  charge for orders under $10. Hwy. 101,  Valdy packs 'em in at Raven's Cry  An area favourite proves he is still a popular draw for Coast audiences  Thanks to the Walersyde Folke group, the Raven's Cry Theatre  was once again filled lo capacity on Jan. 4 fot the concert by Valdy  which turned out to he a fine professional performance by a really  nice guy.  This man is another Pete Seeger with a talent seldom found  these days. With only his guitar for accompaniment, Valdy - like  Seeger ��� was able to enthral an audience for two hours. No backup  group needed here.  Instrumental!)' and vocally, Valdy did it well all by hitaself. His  relaxed, friendly stage style made the audience feel that he was  personal friend, despite the fact that he is one of Canada's top performers and winner of two Juno Awards. He writes most of his  own material, all of which has something important to say. Valdy  was even called upon lo sing in Toronto for Prince Charles and  Princess Diana at a concert in their honour. He is a good buddy of  Peter Gzoski of CBC's Momingside show, and spoke of the lime  he wenl to Yellowknife to sing as a guest at the annual golf tournament hosted by Gzoski to promote literacy. Por this occasion,  Valdy wrote a song called 'Read Below the Lines', a song about  the joys of reading.  No mailer what the occasion might be. Valdy seems able to jusl  sit him down and write a song. Like the one he wrote called  'Scruffy Dudes', referring to the lime Willie Nelson and Wailin'  Jennings were turned away from Point Grey Golf Club in Vancouver as "not suitably dressed".  Not many oerformers of such high calibre are willing lo share  the stage with other artists, but Valdy was delighted to introduce  local musicians Tom Richardson and Helen Schafer, Tom playing  bagpipes and hammer dulcimer and Helen on guitar, which was a  most enjoyable interlude.  At one point in the concert Valdy had the dreaded experience of  a broken guitar siring. When this happeivs it usually means a break  in the program while a new string is installed. Not so with Valdy.  Like the trooper he is, he proceeded to change the string, while  singing a lilting 'Mountain Dew' number unaccompanied. Then,  when the re-stringing was completed, he carried on with the song  which had been interrupted by the break. This was quite brilliant  and greatly appreciated.  All too soon this show came to an end, but not before a great  selection of favourite folk songs, which included 'Blowin' in the  Wind', 'Early Morning Rain", 'If I Had a Hammer', etc.  Valdy shared the stage with local folk musician Tom  Richardson on the hammer dulcimer during his recent  concert at the Raven's Cry. Ruth Forrester photo.  Still not satisfied, the audience demanded an encore, and  although Valdy must have been quite exhausted after such a full  performance, he obligingly came back with another couple of numbers, much to the joy of Ihe enthusiastic audience.  For those of you who missed this concert. Let's hope that Valdy  will manage to get back to the Sunshine Coast for another concert  in the near future. I know that he will have a full house again.  Blues for the bicycle man  by Peter Trower  Part two  One day I'm coming out of  the plant after a tough shift in  the machine room when I run  into Elmer. "Heard about the  new dentist in town?" he  queries unexpectedly.  "Not a thing. I try to avoid  Sechelt Legion Pipes & Drums  Robbie, Burns Night  Sat., January 25  Legion Hall, Sechelt  Dinner  Entertainment  Tickets at  Sechelt Legion Bar        [  or 886-7084 ��� 885-5528   -<-..  $17.00 ea.  Dance to music by  FREEFALL  The BACKEDDY  Marine Pub  Egmont Marina Resort  ATTENTION ALlf  SCOTS  - "  ��� ��� ��  ��� ��� ���  AND THOSE WHO  WISH THEY WERE!  *  Come Celebrate  Robbie Burns Ceilidh Night  Saturday, Feb 1st  8:(K)pm-12:30 am   ��  Featuring the Sechelt legion Pipe Band. Highland  Dancers *3? Singers, and a traditional roast beef  dinner with haggis, served continuously  from 5:00 pm.  Round Trip Bus Transportation  Available From Sechelt  Reservations Required:  885-2298  those guys as much as I can."  "Well, you'll be interested in  this character. His name's Doc  Corey and he's got one of the  biggest collections of old jazz  records you ever saw. Some  damn rare stuff."  "How did you find out about  this?"  "I'm not kidding you. 1 was  getting a tooth Tilled and somehow we got talking about  music. Well, he took me in the  back of his joint and showed me  what he has. I couldn't believe  it. Tons of great stuff from the  20s, 30s, and 40s - Basie,  Ellington, Goodman - you name  it. 1 was his last patient so he  closed up the office. He got a  couple of jugs of wine and sat  around for hours listening to his  platters. Stuff I haven't heard  for years. I'll tell you, it was a  gas!"  "I'll have to meet this guy."  "No problem. He's asked me  to come back tomorrow afternoon and bring my sax with me.  You want to come along I'll  introduce you."  The next day I take Elmer up  on his offer. We split on half a  gallon of the cheap fortified  wine Corey evidently favours  and head for his digs. The dentist is expecting us. He's a small  man about SO with glasses and  thinning red hair. There is  something odd about his eyes  that 1 can't quite put my finger  on. They are overbright;  strangely penetrating. But he is  cordial enough. Elmer makes  the introductions and we follow  Doc Corey lo his sanctum-sanctorum.  The small apartment is  sparsely furnished - an old  leather setlee, a couple of shabby armchairs, a kitchen table  tattooed with cigarette bums, a  fridge, a grubby oil stove, but  there arc some unique aspects  about it. The walls are plastered  with old concert posters and  signed photographs of various  jazz stalwarts.  At one end of the room  reposes the bait that has lured us  here - an electric phonograph on  a small stand and over two  dozen wooden butter boxes  crammed with 78 records.  "Told you he had a gang of  them," Elmer says with a grin  of anticipation.  Corey busies himself with  the arm of the record player. "I  always use bamboo needles," he  confides. "They're only good  for three or four plays but they  don't wear out the grooves like  the steel ones do."  Bamboo needles! This guy is  a real collector! Coast News, lanuary 13, \Wi  13  leisure  Janice McFegan and Annele Asikaiiun. organizers of the Arts Centre's "art rental"  program, with a work available for rent by Donna llalma. Local art in the program will  also be displayed in the lobby of the Raven's Cry Theatre for the next several months.  Jane Seyd photo.  Local 'art rental' works to  hang at the Raven's Cry  Giving people an  awareness of the  Art Centre's art  rental program  byJwwStyd  Patrons of the Raven's Cry  will now get a special bonus  when they attend upcoming  events at the theatre - a chance  to check out new work displayed by local Sunshine Coast  artists.  As part of the Arts Centre's  "art rental" program, paintings  and drawings by local people  will be displayed in the lobby of  the Raven's Cry for the next  several months. The idea is to  expose the art to residents who  may not usually visit the Arts  Centre or other Coast galleries,  says Janice McFegan,  spokesperson for the centre. It  also lets people know about the  centre's art rental program, she  says, which is alive and kicking.  This display at the Raven's  Cry will include about 15 paintings and is expected to stay up  for the next three months.  "Art rental" is a program  begun by the centre last year,  following the lead of galleries  and arts centres in several other  municipalities on the Lower  Mainland. Essentially, the program allows people to "try out"  a piece of work by renting it for  several months al a fixed percentage of the selling price,  rather than buying it outright.  This makes the work available  to people who otherwise would  not be able to afford the full  price of the piece, said McFegan. "If they don't have the  money for a $600 work, they  may still be able to pay $24 a  month - that's less than $1 a  day," she said. If the customer  later decides to buy the work,  the cost of rental is taken off the  price.  Art rental also allows customers to change the art in their  homes periodically, or to add a  unique element to settings for a  special occasion, says McFegan.  ��� Usually, art rental is held on  the first Tuesday of each month  at the Arts Centre, when works  available for rental are displayed.  The pieces are chosen by  volunteers from Ihe centre, who  will typically select a couple of  drawings or paintings from the  studios of each local artist they  visit.  The rental cost of the art is  four petcetit of the selling price  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your rare* at home wilh us.  Pet / Animal Care  Mail Clearing and Fomrding  Indoor Plant and Yard Ma'ulenanre  Regular Home Check or Use-in Service  CALL SHARON 885-2228  mCMtmHrnt-Wobk  It  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Brwch.iCo.tt To Colli  per month with a minimum  charge of $5 and a maximum of  $50. Pieces must be rented for a  minimum of three months at a  time. Two-thirds of the money  goes to the artist and one-third  goes towards the building fund  for the Arts Centre.  In addition to visual art,  sculpture is also available lor  rental.  Generally, the same customers come back to rent pieces  throughout the year, says  McFegan. "We have one customer who rents four or five  pieces," she says.  Each month, about 50-60  pieces are displayed during the  art rental on Tuesday. Of these,  about 15 works are usually rented out and between 2-5 pieces  are eventually sold.  Eventually, with the expansion to the Arts Centre building,  McFegan says she hopes to  have one room where works  available for art rental will be  displayed all month, as they are  in some other galleries and centres.  Artist Peter Paul Ochs, who  has two paintings displayed in  the current art rental at the centre, says artists usually have  mixed feelings about such programs.  It's good to have the exposure and to be appreciated by  the customers who rent the art,  he said, but with several pieces  "floating" from place lo place il  means "they're not really gone"  and artists must still keep an eye  out for them.  There's also Ihe danger of  damage to the work in moving  it around, he says and "it's usually the artist who's stuck with  whatever happens."  "Artists prefer to sell outright or dispose of it somehow,"  he says, "but lhat doesn't mean  it's not going to be the hottest  thing on the Coast.  "If half of everything is rented out and those pieces which  are rent out are bought because  the people got to like them and  they want to keep them, that is  ihe ultimate test," he says.  Ken Dlttirch, spokesman for  the Raven's Cry Theatre, says  the theatre society is happy to  provide some exposure for local  artists. "The theatre is in fact a  community theatre for everybody," he says, "Whatever we  can do to support other art  forms, we'll do."  There is enough spacing and  breaks in the lobby to allow the  art to be displayed without  clashing with the Native art  already hanging in the theatre,  he says. "I'd like to have more  than No Smoking signs in the  lobby."  Gibsons Legion  Branch #109  BURNS NIGHT  January 18, 1992  Happy Hour 5:30 pm  Dinner 7:00 pm  Lots of Entertainment  Dance to the music  of'Watersyde"  Tickets $15 each  Available at Cibsons Legion  or phone 886-3073  No tickets available  at the door  Daven'a Cry  THEATRE  Notice to Patrons  The Theatre is closed  for building & technical  equipment maintenance &  service.  There will be no matinees  until further notice.  Smokers urged to quit  during cold turkey week  If you are a smoker who wants to quit, or if you have Iried lo quit  before and didn't make it. give yourself another chance during  National Non-Smoking Week. Jan 20 lo 26.  It takes some perseverance and willpower to overcome the psychological and physical addiction of nicotine. Most people try several  times before they finally break the habit, but it can be done Millions  of Canadians have joined the ranks of non-smokers over the past 25  years: in 1966, 49 percent of adult Canadians were regular smokers;  today only 31 percent of Canadians smoke.  A major benefit of quitting is the improvement to your health.  Immediately upon quitting, you will find that you breathe more freely  and your sense of smell and taste improves. After a year of not smoking, the risk of heart attack begins to drop; after 10 years it's about  the same as lhat of someone who has never smoked.  If you think you need help to quit, the Sunshine Coast organizers  of National Non-Smoking Week will have booths with infonuation  set up in both Trial Bay and Sunnycrest Malls on Jan. 17  Our Gift Gallery in  Gibsons Landing  will be closed from  Sunday, Jan. 12 to  Sunday, Jan. 19  for holidays.  We will  re-open Monday,  Jan. 20  Come see us for our January  Clearance Sale.  Handmade Gifts ��� Pottery  Cards ��� Candles ��� Jewellry  Art Supplies  Hours: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm daily  Closed Sunday  mShow Piece Galletym  280 Gower Point Road, Gibsons Landing ��� 886-9213  ROCKWOOD  events  NIGHT  January 13-March 16  f <w 10 twtftfA w  YOGA WITH SARA GERRING  Beginners 6pm-7:30pm $58.85  Experienced 7:30 9 30pm $64.20  January 14-March 17  STRETCH FOR HEALTH &  FITNESS WITH ANNE GREGORY  Tuesdays 9 30am 11:30am $64.20  January 14-March 17  for 10 weeki  YOGA WITH CAROL BROPHY  Beginners 6pm-7:30pm $58 85  Experienced 7:30-9:30pm $64.20  January 21 - March 10  lor 8 weeks  WATERCOLOUR WORKSHOP  WITH LYALL NANSON  Instruction lot all levels  Tuesdays 9am -12 noon $85.60  January 22-March 11  for 8 weeks  GUITAR LESSONS  WITH LYNN COHEN  Beginner adults only  Wednesdays 7 ��� 8pm $64.20  January 22-March 11  KITCHEN CHEMISTRY FOR KIDS  WITH LYNN COHEN  Wednesdays 3:30 - 5pm $35  February 1  ANNUAL "FESTIVAL"  GARAGE SALE  Donate your tteasutes and  join Ihe fun. 10am-3pm  885-2522  THE ROCKWOOD CENTRE  Raven's Cry Theatre  looted at House Of Hewh  I'HONf NUMBER   885-4673  RAVENS CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  PRESENTS  Vance Qwfi  Thursday, January 30th  Friday, January 31st &  Saturday, February 1st  8:00 pm  Tickets $10  Phone 885-4673  to reserve tickets  Coming...  Tuesday, February 4th  JOHNNY MOSES  STORYTELLER  J��hnny  Moses  Performance  8:00 pm  Tickets  $8  Friday, February 7th  JOHN McLACHLAN  IN CONCERT  8:00 pm    Tickets $8  ^  For your convenience you now can purchase  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park*883-2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons-886-3626  Call box office for information: 885-4673  -Ji^t^g,,���, 14 Coast News, l.inu.iry 13, 1992  Ser1  Sunshine Coast     *  ICES  DIREC2U  When you want the Job done right,  CALL THESE EXPERTS  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  m,!,,,,,,,!    AUTOMOTIVE     u���������.  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. Hob-Hill I  y     Mm'   h    h-h s.n  H-h Sir   \U-lj  ^C0ASTmE*MtOULHICALLr0    ^   Btijmmltmgijma gtjgt   constri.(tion .  KiJiiMmilW.  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O'a  w U5-2360  ���"     Hwy 101, across St.  Irom Big Mac's, Sechelt  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  m^  re<&  Your Full Floor Covering Store  Quality A Service With a Friendly Smile"  VFim Estimate - 885-3966 - Tom Styles   5605 Sw*r,ine Cowl Hwy . Seowit VON 3A0  kill 8! 6 ��� 2 6 J i i (, i b i o n s i  885 ��� J930(Stchf 11)  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS * BATHROOMS ���  886-9411  Cellular  844-4807   & INSTALLATION  Ihe Floor Store at Your Door  With Free In-Home Shopping  Hardwood ��� Ceramics ��� Wall Tiles ��� Class Tile-  Area Rugs ��� Carpels ��� Linoleum ��� Floor Tiles ��� Marble  Glass Blocks  885-3S82 ��� 886-8868  Mon- Sal. 9:30-5:00pm  Shoswoom 4349 Hoy. 101 WlUon Ci���k  aaajiaMwyrtis Coast News, January 13, 1992  15  sports  Snooker league a  Thursday venue  Gibsons Swim Club is diving into Ihe new year,  heading to the North Surrey Recreation Centre for their  first swim meet, January 17 and 18.      Joel Johnstone photo.  on the rocks  by Stuart ItniMt  Looking for something lo do  Thursday night? Nothing good  on the tube? Excitement can  now be found at either the Gibsons or Sechelt branches of the  Royal Canadian Legion.  Fierce, cliff hanging competition between four evenly  matched snooker teams has  become a Thursday night standard at the legions as the recently formed Legion Snooker  League draws players and spectators from around the Coast.  The four rival teams, two  based in each legion, take turns  traversing the Coast to play one  another, seeking glory and the  greatest point accumulation in  the drive for the end of the season championship.  According to the president  and founder of the league, Len  Homenchuck, the four teams,  the Cruisers and Ihe Sharks  from Sechelt, and the Knights  and Hustlers from Gibsons,  have been competing for the  oast four months and there is  talk of expansion of the teams.  Homenchuck said it would  be necessary lo find an additional playing location if there  was expansion because four  teams was about all the present  two legions could comfortably  handle.  "Each legion plays a total of  nine games per evening,"  Homenchuck said, "and each  team consists of six players and  three spares."  He added, "It would be great  if the Roberts Creek Legion had  a couple of teams."  The teams square off al 7 pm  Thursday's and interested players or spectators are asked to  contact the sports chairmen of  the respective legions.  by Harry Turner  Welcome back from the holiday. It is good lo be back and curling  again. This weekend, the Mixed Open Bonspiel takes place. This is  an important event at our club every year and is usually oversubscribed. Teams from all over the Lower Mainland will he here. These  learns will pump a lot of business into our little community and add a  lot of excitement at the local club.  This week, when we talk about equipment, we will talk about  rocks. When it conies lo curling equipment, luckily for Ihe curler, the  most expensive pieces are provided by the club. Where once in Ihe  not too distant past, the individual curler supplied his or her own  rocks, the club now supplies these very expensive items, which are  uniform in size and weight and created from a very tough type of  granite. The stonetnaker's machines and manual skills produce hundreds of sets of identical stones accurate lo one half ounce and polished lo splendid uniformity. Slones weight in at 44 pounds (19.%  kilograms).  An acceptable curling stone must have qualities thai resist abrasion, he tough, dense, resilianl, uniform in colour and non-absorbant.  These hefty stones are crafted from chip resistant granite found only  in Scotland and Wales. No other granite has yet been found which  meets the requirements like this rock.  When water is used to clean the ice, this moisture can cause flaking, chipping or even large holes in Ihe slone. After Ihe stones are  polished, a one and a half inch striking band is created around the  outside circumference. This prevents scarring of the outer surfaces  which would result if stones collided polish to polish.  Each side of a curling stone has a concave area commonly referred  to as the cup. The edge of the cup is appropriately named the rim and  it is on this thin running edge lhat Ihe stone actually travels. The running edge of the stone is coarse like the striking band. Il is this rough  running edge lhat gives the rock its ability lo turn or curl.  With constant play, the undersurface of a stone may be expected lo  last about five years. Usually at the end of its second year of play, the  rock is turned over and the top becomes the running surface. At this  point, the bolt is removed, and the handle is placed on the other side  of the stone. This lakes place until the under edge of the rock  becomes smooth. At intervals the rock must be sharpened using a  special machine operated by certain curling specialty houses. Once  Ihe rock loses its edge, it will curl very little.  As the rock loses the resistance of the edge which bites into the  ice, the rock loses its ability to dig in al the far end of Ihe sheet. It  therefore becomes difficult to judge the weight needed lo send the  rock to the house.  Sunshine Coast  'ICES  DIREC  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MARINE SERVICES  /TRECISE PAINTING & PLASTERS  ��� All Pluses of Drysvall  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Fire & Water Damage '_... '  ���journeyman Workmanship  Nealt  886-0928 rnnMuttum  ���< ttlwfj  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  Exclualv* Dulenhlp to tiw  Sunihlne Coatt lor  Yamaha  Outboards.  Exceptional quality  it an exceptionally  low price.  Feat urine,  Yamaha's mw  Stern Drive  COTTRELLS r��  MARINE     SFRVICE    L   J  �����*�����-  A Til' Store  Furniture Land  Highway 101. Box 2549. Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone (604) 885-5756 ��� Fax (604) 8852756  ���*������   ()Ml "Salt Water Licences  ��� Motel It Campsites ' VV.ilcr T.ixi  *MarlneKejsalrsJ     *lrfljHjdJackle       I  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kill Vc  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  Bu  weeaneer  Marina cr Hesort Ltd  Located " Secret Cove 885 7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 YEARS  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C Thsrmoglass ��^ \t\rV  Cobra Boats now   89*      .. - v^k. ��"  In-Stock  ���T  IOUTBOARDS  Tennis club  gears up  with drive  to gain new  members  The SunCoast Raquet Club  will hold a display and membership drive in Trail Bay Mall on  Jan. IS, 16, 17 and 18. Knowledgeable tennis club members  will be on hand to answer all  enquiries.  On Jan. 17, the club will  hold an open house at Rockwood Lodge. The event will  include a general meeting from  5 pm to 6 pm, to be followed by  a potluck supper from 6:30 pm  to 9 pm. Dessert will be provided by the club. Courts in the  tennis bubble will also be available for play, free of charge.  For the artistically inclined,  the tennis club is also holding a  logo contest. Deadline is Feb.  21. Submissions may be sent lo  the Suncoast Raquet Club, Box  2038, Sechelt, BC, or dropped  off at the tennis bubble. The  prize for the winner will be a  $50 gift certificate, to be awarded on Feb. 29 at the Sadie  Hawkins dance at Greencourt.  ���tPs.  EXTRA! EXTRA!  Drop oft your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  TIM Coatt News  m Sechelt  Mon   Time  HI. FI.  4:05  13  10:30  MO    6:10  9.7  14.7  5.6  Fri    Time HI. Ft  4:50  9:15  1:35  935  14.7  125  14.5  1.1  Tun Time Ht Ft  1:20 11.9  14    5:10 11.0  TU   11:05 145  7:00 4.4  Sal    Time HI. FI.  5:30 152  18   1015 12.2  SA     240 14.5  10:25 6  Wed  Time Hi Ft.  3:00  12 8  15  6:40  120  WE  11:45  144  7:55  3.2  Sun  Time  HI Ft.  6:00  19  11:05  SU     350  11:10  156  11 5  14<i  .7  Thute Time HI. Ft.  4:05 139  16    8:05 12.5  TH  12:40 144  8:45 20  2"  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson   KtST^SSA^m  and 7 mln. tor each ft. ol tail  Pacific Standard Time  Tide Tables courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138  Sechell ��� HH5-V)V)  LANDSCAPING  886 >622(Gibsons)  8853930(S��chelt)  S & G TREE SERVICE  1WW  UltMMttUMM��<*d��K*^vs\v>>-<- .V/-+.V  I  Topping ��� Trimming 'Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  Riiittam r.nttinn ��� Planing  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts &  Chris Nipptr 886-3488  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  Gibson., B.C. VON 1V0  Call 886 2622(Gibsoos)  88V3930(Stchell) ;i  SWIMMING POOL SCHEDULE  Mondays & 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 *. Thursdays  IV!  Senioi Fitness  Senioi Swim  Adapted Aquatic  Lessons  Adult Lessons  Public  10:00-11:00  11:00-12:00  2:30-3:30  3:30-5:30  5:30-6:00  Fridays  Early Bird  Aqua Fit  Senior Swim  Noon Swim  Swm Clu'u  Saturday  Public  Public  2:00-4:00  5:00-7:00  Sunday  Family  Public  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  1C:00-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-5:30  6:00-8:00  Public 5:30-7:30  Adult undeiwaler hockey 8:00-9:00  Youth underwater hockey^M-a^O  Tuesday Only  1:30-3:30  3:30-5:30  For more information, contact  Gibsons Pool 886-9415.  Gibsons Swimming Pool  886-9415 Coasl News, January 13, 1992  Free Seminar!  You're Invited to join ua at the  Driftwood Inn  Thursday, January l(>. 1992  7:30 pin to 9:30 |iin  Guest speaker: Shelley Gibson  The Royal's RSP consultant for BC.  Hosted by the Gibsons  and Sechelt branches of the:  ROYAL BANK of Canada  business  The computer guide to      Hydro hike  ! .        ! ^ flows from  learning human anatomy    Jwam,rates  Courses at Cap  I lie new term marts the wreck ol January  13. Spaces arc '���nil available in the  following Ai.hIcihu University Transfci  courses:  Business Management  ��� irlft li'il Infill I  Anthropology  ��� Native Peoples ,>/ Btitiih Columbia  Geography  ��� Canada; A Topical Geography  English  ��� composition  Psychology  ��� an introduction  Sociology  ��� an introduction (offered in lien oj  Economics)  Political Studies 104  ��� Canadian Government  Arc 105 -Study Skills  Adult Basic Education  (High School Equivalency/! upgrading)  Spaces ;iiv still available in some of the  daytime classes as well as in the evening  classes for English, Mathematics and  Science.  Please register in person or call 885*9310.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE     5627 Inlet Avenue ��� Sechelt  by Stuart Bumsidt  A new COmputM program  designed In Granlhams Landing  is destined for world markets  and could change the way people team about the human body.  Scott and Lulnarja Bleeckley  of Folkstone Design inc. have  developed a human anatomy  program on "computer readable" compact disc tl'D Rom)  which combines text, graphics  and speech on a computer  screen to illustrate the complete  make-up of the human body.  "Anatomist", as the program  is called, is based on HarperCollins Publishers' (New York)  hook. The Anatomy Colouring  Hook" by Wynii Kapit and  Lawrence M Bison, Ph.D.  This is a co-operative venture with HarperCollins (formerly HarperRowe),"  Bleackley said, "It lets us use  some of their copyright material  and is designed lo continue  anatomy instruction from where  (The Anatomy Colouring Book  1 leaves off."  Lunula Bleackley added,  however, that HarperCollins  hasn't helped with ihe funding  for the four year project. So the  Bleackley's have received  financial assistance from the  Sunshine Coast Business Development Commission to hire  local help.  She said they also received  research money from the federal  government but otherwise the  project was financed by Folk-  stone Design.  Ihe  Bleackley  family  with  "Anatomist".  Bleackley said the new pro-  grain could ultimately be used  by K-12 schools, by universities as an instruction tool, or by  anyone needing an easy, accurate view of the human body.  She said it was simple  enough for almost any age  group above the age of four lo  use, saying,"You don't even  need to be able lo read to use it,  you can simply point to something on Ihe screen (using an on  screen device called a "mouse")  and a voice tells you what part  of ihe body you have selected."  ��� Bleackley added that it was  also possible to record personal  notes on any area of the program by using a diskette.  "We're working about a year  their  new computer  program,  Stuart Burnside pluiio.  ahead of current technology,"  Scott Bleackley said.  The Bleackleys will attend a  MacWorld Expo in San Francisco, California Jan. 13-15 to display their new product but have  already had success with world  demands to view "Anatomist"  since the program was completed on Christmas Eve.  "We've shipped about 100  copies since the first of the  year," Bleackley said, "We're  going to have to re-press."  Some of the present interest  in Anatomist comes from the  US, Japan and much of Europe,  wilh Canada representing a  smaller portion of the potential  market.  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement  ^HH  ��� Lawrence K.  Planning  Tm  Chambers, CLU  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  '���  CHAMBERS  M SNNINt   ,1 at il 1 S  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800-663*2051  Mutual limits tfCTOCB Willi  (iii.mli.ui i.imiji ill 1 mills |jd  Serving the Sunshine Coast Since 1982  Notice Board  Deadline for submissions is Thursday noon (for Monday distribution)  On-going submissions will be deleted after 3 weeks unless a specific renewal request is made.  We reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine community interest  SUBNIV^f  nk#to*  The Sunshine  Coast News  MONDAY, JANUARY 13  SI Mary's Hospital Auxiliery Sechelt  Branch AGM, 11 am at the Wharf  Restaurant. Luncheon Tickets Erika 885-  5775 or Marlis 885-7793  Sunshine Coast Peace Committee meeting  at Roberts Creek School Library. 7:30 pm  Everyone welcome.  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15  Catholic Womens Lesgue Monthly  Meeting. 7:30 pm in Holy Family Hall  Sechelt.  West Howe Sound Electors Associetion  7:00 pm. Marine Room under Gibsons  Library. Guest Speaker following main meeting.  Suncoast Racquet Club Membership Drive  Trail Bay Mall. 10 am to 4 pm. Continues thru  Jan 18.  FRIDAY, JANUARY 17  Amnesty Internationel Meeting. 7:30 pm at  Sechelt Elementary. Video on the work of Al  Canada on Ihe occasion of 30th Anniversary.  Into 885-7143  Suncoast Racquet Club Open House/  Potluck Dinner Rockwood Lodge 5 to 9 pm.  SUNDAY, JANUARY 19  Annual General Meeting lor Powell River -  Sunshine Coast Liberal Constituency  Association at the Driltwood Inn in  Sechelt.lnlo 885-4473.  MONDAY, JANUARY 20  Canadian Cancer Society Sunshine Coesl  Unit. Regular monthly meeting Regional  Board Office Royal Terraces Sechelt. Info  885-9451  Totem Lodge Residents Council Meeting.  1:30 pm, Board Room, St. Mary's Hospital.  THURSDAY, JANUARY 23  Sechelt end District Chember ot  Commerce Annual General Meeting. 6;30  pm Wharf Restaurant, Davis Bay. Guest  Speaker Gordon Wilson, MLA. For reservations call 885-3100.  SUNDAY, JANUARY 26  Pender Harbour Music Society. 1st concert  of '92. Classical pianist Helen Hall and soprano Susan Young. 2:00 pm. Members $6 Non-  members $7.  FEBRUARY 1,8 AND 22  Sunshine Cosst Hospice Volunteer  Trslning Progrem. Phone S.C. Home  Support Society 885-5144  MISCELLANEOUS  Fines on Overdue Books Irom Sechelt  Library will be raised to 5c per book per day  beginning Jan 2.  Freel Women's Support Group. Physically,  emotionally, sexual abused? Confidential,  nurturing, environment meet weekly. 885-  5881  To put your craft fair or cultural event on the  Community Celendar at the Arts Centre,  phone 885-5412, Fridays.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum's winter  hours: Monday thru Friday 10am - 4 pm, Sat  and Sun 1 - 4 p.m. Wheelchair accessible,  located across Irom Post Office. 886-8232.  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers ol your community.  The Parent Tot Drop In program at the following locations: Gibsons: Mon Wed. Fri in  United Church Hall Sechelt: Mon. at St  Hilda's Church Hall. Davis Bay: Tuesdays in  Wilson Creek Com Hall. Time: 9:30 to 11:30  al all locations Fee: $3.00 per parent and  child. Family rate $5.00  Folk Denclng at Roberts Creek 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 teachers re. the Sunshine Coest  Music Festival, entry deadline Feb. 15. For  info.: call Betty Allen, 886-2324, or Barb  Cattanach, 885-5444.  Epilepsy - Do you have or know someone  who does? Find out what the doctors are not  telling you. If interested maybe start a support group, call 885-6126  MONDAYS  Sunshine Coast Breast Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-in meetings on the first  Monday of each month. Luinda, 886-4502 or  Wendy, 885-2950.  Seniors' Branch 69, Cerpet Bowling,  Mondays 1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan  Frembd Mons. & Thursdays -11-12.  Overeeters Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy  Family Church Hall., Sechelt. Phone 885-  2108 or 886-4781 for details.  Adult Children ol Alcoholics or  Dysfunctlonel Families meet at St. Mary's  Church Hall in Gibsons, 7:30 - 9.  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday of every month, loeel srt  rentsl & seles at Sunshine Coast Art  Centre. Open 2-6pm. Coffee served.  Original works by Sunshine Coast artists for  sale or rent; any donations of unused frames  gratefully accepted. 885-5412.  Life Drawing 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at the  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre. If you are interested, please call 885-4611.  Gibsons Table Tennis Club plays every  Tuesday, 7-10 p.m. Elphinstone Secondary  School Cafeteria. For more information, call  Jim at 886-2775.  WEDNESDAYS  Badminton every Wednesday evening, 8 -  10 p.m. at Elphinstone High School Gym.  Admission: $3.00. Drop in.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons  Thursday from 7 to 9 pm. Everyone welcome,  no appointment necessary.  3C's Weight Lose Support Group meets  every Thursday evening, 6:45 to 6 pm at the  United Church, Glassford Rd., Gibsons. Info:  886-7159.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise with Joan  Frembd Mondays & Thursdays 11-12.  Adult Children ol Alcoholics or  Dysfunctlonel Families meet at the Action  Centre in Sechelt, 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop In basement ot  church off Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 to 3  pm.  Squere Dancing - plus level 8:00 pm,  Seniors' Hall, Sechelt. Info 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.  by Jane Seyd  While Sechelt residents and  businesses will see their phone  bills go up in the month ahead,  everybody on the Coast can also  look forward to a higher bill  from BC Hydro.  Effective January 1, Hydro  rates increased by an average of  1.64 percent across the  province, after approval from  the BC Utilities Commission.  According to statements  from Hydro, the increase is  needed to cover costs of a 15.1  percent increase in water rental  charges which the company  pays to the provincial government in order 10 use Ihe  resource to generate electricity.  On December 20, the government lilted a seven-year freeze  on increases in water rales paid  hy Hydro.  The increase in rates will add  an average of 79 cents a month,  or $9.51 a year lo bills paid by  homeowners. The increase will  add $1.90 monthly or $22.85  annually to the average billing  for small business.  Meanwhile, Hydro will  begin holding public hearings in  Vancouver before the BC Utilities Commission on a proposed  "rale restructuring". If the  restructuring goes ahead, it will  mean the more electricity is  used by a customer, the higher  the rate paid will be. Currently,  rates drop with higher volumes  of electricity consumed.  Sechelt phone  charges increased  by Jane Seyd  Sechelt residents can look forward to a slightly higher phone bill  this month, following a "rate regrouping" hy BC Tel which will come  into effect January 15.  The change will mean a monthly increase of up to 60 cents for  basic service to residential customers and up to $2.55 for businesses.  Long-distance rates will not be affected.  The rates are being raised because of the increased number of telephones on the Coast which people can call from Sechelt without long  distance charges. Because of Sechelt's central location on the Coast,  residents can call both to 883 numbers in Pender Harbour and  Egmont, and to 886 and 884 numbers in Gibsons and Port Mellon  without paying long distance rates. However, long distance charges  apply to calls made from one end of the Coast to the other, such as a  cail between Gibsons and Pender Harbour.  Phone rates are based on formulas which take into account both  the number of lines customers can call without paying long distance  charges, and the distances involved in calling "local" numbers which  are outside the customer's own exchange.  According to statements from BC Tel, there are now more than  5700 access lines in the Sechelt exchange and additional 6700 lines  which can be reached from Sechelt between Port Mellon and Egmont.  All of this means growth in other communities on the Coast within  the past few years, as well as within the district, has contributed to the  rate increase for Sechelt.  Rates in other areas on the Coast will not be affected by Ihe  change.  According to Norm Blain of BC Tel, the system used by the phone  company to determine rates is used throughout North America. Each  year, between 12-14 communities have their phone rates increased,  said Blain. This year, Powell River and Westview on the upper Sunshine Coast will also face higher phone charges.  In broader terms, however, phone rates for communities in the  Lower Mainland are often significantly higher than for other places  like the Sunshine Coast because of the number of lines which can be  reached in Vancouver without calling long distance.  The last lime phone rates went up in Sechelt was in 1977.  According lo Blain, CRTC regulations require that the company  raise phone rates as the number of "local" calling lines increases.  BC hydro  ADVERTISEMENT  FOR TENDERS  B.C. HYDRO, CHEEKYE SUBSTATION IN  SQUAMISH, B.C. requests offers from contractors interested in performance of RETUB-  ING OF AIR COOLERS AT CLOWHOM  GENERATING STATION. Such offers will be  received until 10:00 am on January 31,1992.  To obtain the required documents please  contact the B.C. Hydro Office in Sechelt, B.C.  (Field Road, Wilson Creek) or if you need  further information please direct enquires to  BETH HAYNES, CHEEKYE SUBSTATION,  BOX 3000, GARIBALDI HIGHLANDS, B.C.  VON 1T0 or call 898-9852 - FAX 898-9842.  Kids & Tobacco  It's a crime.  ���**���>>*��� C (MM News, lanuary 15, 1992  17  Pay for 2 weeks  Get the 3rd week  FREE!  Deadline: Noon Saturday  Call: 886-2622 or 885-3930  Homes &  Property  Waterfront  54' lot - 80  yr.lease   Keals  Island. Try your oiler 886 2694  2sr  $115.000 Hall Moon Bay 3 BDRM  Rancher Open House on Jan 18th  240-9944 or 886 8698 ��2  5 BDRM 2X6 Const 3450 Sq Ft  t year old 3 baths, 3 propane.  F/place PTL, View $245,000 Pratt  and Grandview Gibsons 886-8952  M  1/2 ACRE WITH HOUSE  $4-.900  Charming collage on level 1/2  acre with dull trees.oul bldg  Quiet & quick possession o k  Nick Proach 885-6340. 657-3250  Valley Pacific Rlry ��2  1/4 ACRE LOT  $28,500  Nice level lol in Sechell Cleared,  serviced 4 perk lesied Nick  Pioach 885-6340. 657 3250 Val  ley Pacific Rlty ��2  Fabulous Gibsons Noilh Shore  view lull basement home. 3  bdrm.. close to park, manna,  shopping, 10 mm to ferry,  $139,900 or rent $875 885-2978  eves. ��3  5 acies with view in Redroots  area $85,000. 886-4599 or 984-  2059 SS  Beautiful view wonderful home loi  sale by owner, Gibsons,  $150.000.1-736-1505. M  New quality built home. YMCA  Rd., Langdale, 3 bdrm.up ensuite,  soaker lub, angle shower, corner  sink. Main bathroom combination  bath/shower unit, 2 bdrm. downstairs with bathroom lub/shower.  Large utility room, rumpus room,  2car garage. 885-4616, 885-2735  eves ss  i.   Homes &  Property  Large view lol on Gale Ave So,  cleared, underground services,  perc lesied 885-7365 ss  48' i 330' ol pnme low bank  waleilronl in Gibsons Harbour  near Gibsons Marina. . House  needs repair bul could be lined up  loi recreational or rental use.  Properly roned Tourist Commercial (C-2) Double garage plus  storage shed $189,500. Phone  Jennilei 1-689-7070. ss  Langdale new homes under construction, 3 bdrm. starting at  $110,000 Call colled 1-984-  3386 n  Pebbles Realty has opening tor  sell-motivated ambitious person  wishing lo begin or continue a  caieer in Real Estate ��� Phone  886 8107 lor an appointment. ��3  5817 (Lol 2) Anchor, Sechell.  1230 sqll level eniy lanch. 3  bed.I 1/2 balhs. big one cai  garage Vinyl siding, slone  accenl. Iireplace Lois ot extras.  $128,000 Open House Thurs.  Jan 16 1 00 pm ��� 6:00 pm 885-  9493. ��2  Luxury 2 bdrm home. Sechell .  Ensuite plumbing white slone lire-  pla vinyl siding, view, walking distance lo all amenities $179,000  B85-9625 M  ATTENTION HOME BUYERS  Are you looking for that special  custom built home on a large private, level lol? We have Ihe  home loi you. 1450 sq. II thai  includes 3 large bedrooms, wonderful kitchen, lge, livingroom, 2  balhs. lots ol cupboaid space. 3  brand new appliances. Plus large  single garage & much, much  more. AT $141,000 tins quality  home will not last. For appl.  phone 885 3737, B85-4602, or  885-9323 M  CLASSIFICATIONS  Home & Properly  Births  Obituaries  In Memorlam  Thank You  Personal  Announcement  Personal Services  Weddings &  Engagements  10. Lost  11. Found  12. Pels & Livestock  13. Music  14. Travel  15. Wanted  16. Free  17. Oarage Sales  18. Barter ft Trade  19. Appliances  20. Furniture  21. For Sale  22. Heavy Equipment  23. Autos  24. Trucks  25. Campers  26. Marine  27. Mobile Homes  26. 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  OBOPOFFVOUP  coast  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY HHl-HHH  AC BUILDING SUPPLIRS 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  IMkJ STORE 885-9435  In Davis Bay  PRNINSUU MA RKRT 885-9721  In Roberts Creek  IK limit IS < III IK GRNBRAI, STORIi hhs MOO  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM FRIDAY  In Sechelt  I'l IE COAST NHW8  J52I Cowrie Street 8834930  In Gibsons  TNI: COAST NIAVS  (behind Docksiclc I'linrnmcy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  1     Homos 8,  Property  Very large artists workshop and 2  homes on 1 31 acres - live in one,  rem other 2, pay olf your mortgage at rental puce Jan McKen  na 885-3211 ss  Drive up Trail Ave, past the arena  ( discover the new subdivision  "Eaglevffiw* on Fairview oil Lookout These view lots wilh underground winng are cleared ready  lor your dream home Signs on  property Priced Irom $25,000 up.  ss  3 bdrm. home, almost new, 2  baths, 1400 sq It, plus large  garage workshop. Spacious corner lot with many trees. Asking  $145,000 ^ 228 Fitdietl at Veterans Rd 886 8651. ss  Gibsons Gower Point choicest  waterfront, panoramic view. 1/2  acre. 581 -2904 (Surrey) ss  Dave Orr will give you service wilh a smile when  you place your classified al AC Building Supply,  a "Friendly People Place" in Pender llarhour.  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement |  ��� Relocation  PMU  CATALOGUE  hf-8f Cowrie SI   Po< 1219 |  Sechell. BC VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van  toll Free 684-8016  Lovely waterfront, view home,  2600 sq. ft, 15 mm. N ot Sechell,  e��c. cond, $267,000.885-5469.  #2  Many thanks lo Di Paelkau,  Hunter, Pelzold and the staft ol  Ihe lust floor ol St Marys Hospital Also to all of my wondeilul  Inends and neighbours lor Iheir  kindness shown lo me during my  recent illness Mane H Giant  ��4  Thank you lo the 3390 people  who strolled Ihicugh out light display and broke our records tor  donations and visits. Thanks  Edna, Ron, John and all RC Firemen for making it all happen.  Mary Weal. 12  6   Personal  FREEI WOMEN'S SUPPORT  GROUP Physically, emotionally, sexually abused? Confidential  nurturing environment, meet  weekly 885-5881. ��2  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call Ihe Sunshine Coast Transition House lor confidential 24 hr.  service 885-2944 TFN  Singles wanted - male or lemale  CAMEO. Club.Dining,dancing.  social activities. Nick 886-7054,  Mary 886-7825. #1  Three bdrm. on 1.6 acres, poss.  separate addilion as a unit or studio or shop, duck pond, horse  shed, zoned lor small business,  walking distance lo Paik Plaza.  Priced loi quick sale, $125,000.  Call 886-2226. #3  Lock Up 2000 House Package  Wc'libuild you the Irame, complete wilh windowss, exl. doors,  siding, rooting and you finish the  inside. -2evelhouse 1125Sq.ft.  $27,500, Rancher 1200 sq It  $21,500, Bungalow 900 sq. It  $18,500 (limited time oiler) Build  loi less than $45 a sq. It. It's  FAST inexpensive, high quality,  eneigy ellicient and FUNI Interested? Phone 946-7655 Hurryl  #4  Bowles: Jim and Sue are vety  pleased lo announce Ihe arrival of  Iheir son Bryan James, born  December 31,1991 al SI. Mary's  Hospital, weighing 7 pounds, 5  ounces. A keeperl Proud grandparents are Martin and Amelia  Bowles and Ann and Peter  Piasloski, all ol New Westminster.  Special thanks lo Dr. Wendy Norman and the nursing stall at SI.  Mary's lor Ihe supei care we  received. ��2  English: David and Debbie are  pleased lo announce the arrival ol  a baby girl, Elissa Mae born al  12:41 pm on December 21.1991  at Richmond Geneial Hospital  weighing 6 pounds 7 ounces.  Proud grandparents are Arlene  and Doug Baird and Denise and  Charles English, both of Gibsons.  #2  3.   Obituaries  CAMERON: Sherman Edgar, late  ol Sechdtt, BC passed away at St.  Mary's Hospital. Sechell January  5,1992, aged 92 years. Survived  by loving wile, Marie, their son  Donald and his wile Beverley, four  grandaughters Vicki Hart, Cathy  Cameron, Sharon Cameron, and  Susan McKie: seven great-grand-  children. No service by request ��2  MANTO: Richard Harold ot  Roberts Creek, passed away Dec.  29,1991 age 45 years alter a  courgeous battle wilh cancer. He  leaves his laving wile Marlene,  Daughiers: Allison ol Coquillam,  Tina and Paul Manlo, Ontario  Stepchildren: Knsline Vansanvo-  ord .Karen Scott ol Wbilby Oni,  Neal Scott and Amanda, Gibsons.  Parents Kay and Harold Manlo,  Stoney Creek, Ontario. Sister  Debbie Walson and Family, Han-  non, Ontario. Grandchildren:  Samanlha Vansanvoord, Cassandra and Thomas Scott, and other-  relatives. Memorial Services  weie held Jan 4 in the Chapel of  Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons.  Cremation Remembrance Dona-  lions may be made to Ihe Canadian Cancer Society. ��2  Robertson: Florence (Flo) in loving memory ol my wile who  passed away January 1988.  Although I smile and seem carefree, no one misses you more  than me. There will always be a  heartache, often a silent tear. But  always precious memories of the  days when you were here. Always  remembered by your loving husband Alex, and family. 12  7.   Announcement  ECLECTIC* ART SHOP  Downtown Roberts Creek. Open  weekends 11-4. offering Papier-  Mache workshop. Inquiries 886-  4985 or 885-8904. #4  OPEN HOUSE School Districl  ���46 (Sunshine Coasl). Part time  Education Program Meet Ihe  teachers and students. Tuesday  Jan. 21 Irom 2:30 - 4:00 pm.  Lighl refreshments. Location ���  Upstairs, Chrislian Life Assembly  Building, 730 School Road. Gibsons Pn 886-3844 K  Ted Espley and Jaynie Molloy are  pleased lo announce their mar-  riage which look place Jan. nth  on Ihe Sunshine Coast.        f>2  Introductory Rosen Method Body  work with E. Mayland PHD. Feb  22 and 23 Rockwood Lodge.  Registration by Jan 22. Call Judi  885-3183 M  Attention Rain People! Theie will  be an Ocean Falls reunion on July  4 and 5,1992 in Kamloops, BC.  Tickets now available $30 each,  gieat Christmas giftsl Send  cheque or money order lo: Moe  Danshin 3543 Weslsyde Rd.  Kamloops, BCV2B 7H3, phone 1-  579-8418 #2  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  I Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Paints  mill  Colours 01  rtie Rainbow  Including Green  Bill Wood  _  SECHELT 2L  A  Bus. 885-2923  Res 885-5058  Canada's National  Dally Newspaper  The Globe) Mall  is pleased to announce that  this newspaper is available  daily at the following businesses: In Gibsons: PelroCan,  Dockslde Pharmacy, Midnite  Market, Fong's Market, Pbar-  masave, SuperValu, IGA, The  Shell and Georgia Mirage. In  Davli Bay: Peninsula Market. In  Sechell: Family Mart, Sunny  Market, IDA Pacilica, Pilar-  mauve and Esso. Anyone else  Interested in buying this news-  paper call Al at 886-8039.     ��2  Monthly parking, Horsehoe Bay. 2  blocks from ferry Conlact Joe  Chisholm at 922-8907 eves.    ��2  Witness needed to accident  (between P/U Iruck and black  Jetta) at hairpin corner on North  Rd. near Hwy. 101, Sun. Dec.  15alter 6pm (lerry traffic). Please  call 886-7584 oi pager 1-977-  3363. M  New Weight Watchers session  beginning Jan. 8. Call 886-7534  or 886-2198. #2  Phone us today about our selection of beautiful personalized wedding invitations, napkins, matches, stationery and more. Jean-  nies Gifts 4 Gems 886-2023  TFN  Buying Beer Bottles I, Beer  Cans  We Will Pick Up  80cents;doz.  8864)951.  ��7  Announcement   II 12   Pets &  Livestock  Coming Soon  r-K&Dn  L Catering-1  Mobile Coffee ��  Light Lunch  Serving Construction  & Job Sites  FOR INFORMATION  886-7047  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883.24 hour line.       TFN  Does someone in your family  have a drinking problem' Call 41  Anon 886-9903, 885-7484, 886-  9059 Al-Aleen 886 2565     NC  Sunshine Coast Hospice is oiler-  ing a 20-hour training program in  February lor prospective Hospice  Volunteer visitors and interested  individuals. For more info, contact  S.C. Home Suppotl Society al  885-5144 ��2  Adult children ol Alcoholics or dis-  lunctional families please call  885-2314 01885-4622 lor help.  NC  Local family concerned about Ihe  quality ol care delivered by St.  Mary's Hospital wishes to heai  from others who may share their  concern. Replies kept confidential. Write lo Box 364, c/o Coasl  News, Box 460, Gibsons. B.C.,  VON 1V0. ��2  Coast Dance    Theatre School  Denise O'Brian  Artistic Director  8863831  8.   Personal  Services  Teacher available for tutoring,  Gibsons to Egmont. Mostly  Math, Science courses. 883-  2405. K  Trager Relaxation Bodywork.  Specializing in Women's Health.  Ellen Besso. 886-8864.        ��2  Weddings &  Engagements  TUTTERS  IS MISSING!  She was last seen on  Jan. 9/92 at 5:30  pm on Harmony  Lane, Gibsons. She  is 17 years old, deaf  and partially blind,  with a beige coat 6  white face. If anyone  knows her whereabouts please call  886-8557 and leave  a message. Tutters is  missed by all of the  family.  ���    4   ih  SHAH PEI  pups for side  886 8571  4 yr old. good natuied. puiebred.  lemale German Shepard. to good  home 8857623 ��2  16 inch all purpose English saddle Exc condition 886 7098  ��2  Attention: All Horse Owners a  Riders  Hool management dime by terrier George Nicholas $5 00 Febru  aiy 9th 12 30 - 4 00 pm Call  Pam 886 3999 ��2  Purebred Boxer pups Ch line, t  male. 5 lemales, $400 4 up 886  7013. ��3  Malemule-Aictic woll pups, white  F ��� $300.. M ��� $400 Parents can  be seen. 885 9675 ss  Atln: Neil, you left something on  Ihe Gibsons bus Dec 18. Contact  Carol Muiray 1-872-4602       12  I key on pink shoelace lound by  Marines Mens War  Claim at  Coast News office Gibsons.    "2  Found, young male cal by phone  booth on highway between RC  and Wilson Ck. Conlact Jay oi Val  581-4525. ��  Tinted presc. glasses lound at  Gowei 4 Glanloid Road 686-7378  #2  12. Pets &  Livestock  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Marlee Fashions.     NC  Help reduce Ihe pel overpopulation problem ��� spay or neuter your  pel.      Sj^ NC  Hemlock wood shavings lot horse  bedding (no cedar). Gibsons  Sand 4 Gravel, 886-8511.  Evenings, 885-2008. TFN  Bookshelves1 Bookshelves!  Bookshelves' Any size or shape  8852144 #3  2II - 3 It round or blasted rock.  150-200 yds Will remove. Gibsons area 886-4916 ��2  17. Garage Sales  Garage Sale!  Moving  Jan 19th 10 am-2pm 666Corleh  Oft North Fletcher. Gibsons    ��2  5573 Hwy 101 Sechell Feb 1 9-  1pm Pioceeds loi Adult Uleiacy  Progiam ��4  18   Barter & Trade  Will tiade 5 It lull box lor 4 II  Tull box 886 8569 "4  19. Appliances  Speed Queen washei/dryer. gold.  $300 pi /older dishwashei. $85  Work well 885 6311 oi 885 9919  ��2  Maple Hulch Good Cond Offers  8868276 ��2  Two good quality single box  spring beds w/matlress. gd  cond 885-6187 M  MOVING VCR Sanyo $135  Entertainment unit 48" x 48" $90  Mini trampoline $35 Compound  hunlmg bow $95 Lds skates 6.  $25 27 gal hexagon acquanum all  accessones $90 Phillips Iron $20  Foot spa $35 Gaiage Sale Jan  19th 886 4542 ��2|  Yamaha stereo includes amp,  casselte turntable and stand,  asking $250. Call 885-3498  ��2  Wood stove genuine European  Jutul cast iron air tight circular  shape on legs Lever operated  circular doors New cost $1595.  used appro, 10 times in summer  home$695 OBO 886-3730 Aller  6 ��2  4 inch Delta jointer 3/4 h.p. $150  firm 886 3730 alter 6 00       ��2  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  tf  Ken Ualttleish  886-2843  150 Wall bass amp. Yorkville,  BL0150B, 1 yr old, exc cond.,  $500 OBO. 886 7781 all. 6pm. ��3  Anyone who plays organ and  would like lo meet once a month  lot oigan playing and coffee, call  Vi Kiall 885-6473. ��5  Thomas electric organ wilh music  instruction books. $400 firm. 886-  3230. *3  Yvonne Barrie formerly ol ITP  Suncoast Agencies will now be  working as an outside sales rep  tor Elite Travel. Call 886-4862 or  886-2522. #4  15. Wanted  WANTED  Cedar Poles 7"Top 8'6" Ing. $1 50  each. 865-5031. 14  Must sell, brand new never used  quality Whirlpool washei/diyer  'slimline slacker, exc price, warranty, will deliver. 886-3811.    ��?  While enamel McClaiy wood  kitchen stove with 2 gas burners  on right side, $250, box ol mini I  gas couplings large valves, etc.  Perfection Corporation 4 cutlers  best ollei. 430-5373. K  40  Used wharf in good cond. 883  9177 #4  Metal garden Shed 8850984. ��2  Single oi double garage lor storage, will rent. 886-4699 eves.  885-6236.9am or eves. ��5  Couple inteiested in playing  bridge one night a week, no serious crankies please. 886 0979  #2  Kenmoie heavy duty 5 sp. 2  progr. washer ��� $359. Kenmore  heavy duty Fabric Master Dryer -  $249. Sp. Oueen almond 30'  slove ��� $387. G.E. Custom 14 sq.  It. almond 2 dr host Iree fridge ���  $389. Inglis Sterling IIG 15 sq.  It. 2 dr. 1.1, Indge ��� $397. Viking 2  dr. I.t. white 14 sq. It new compr.  ��� $379. Gurny 30" H. Gold stove ���  $389. Westinghouse white dryer,  $169. Kitchenaid Imperial  Almond dishwasher - $259. ���  Coldspol H.G. 15 sq. It, 2 dr. 1.1. -  $389. Viking white three temp,  dryer ��� $197. Frigidaire Frost-Free  17 sq. It. upright lieezei like new ���  $479. Gibson almond 16 sq. fl. 2  dr. I.I, $479. G.E. almond 14 sq.  It. 2 dt. If.-$439. Viking while 15  sq. It. 2 dr. I.I. ��� $459. Gibson avocado 14 sq It. 2 dr. 1.1. -$3B9.  Gibson Satellite 14 sq. It. white 2  dr. 1.1, Iridge - $387.00. 90 days  lo 2 years warranty parls and  labour. Phone Corner Cupboard,  885-4434 or Bprn 885-7897.. #2  20. Furniture  King size loui poster knotty pine  wateibed.$400obo 886-8862.  TFNs  2 piece oil-while chesterfield set  $350, black Leatherette Chester  field wilh 2 matching chairs $250  All in Excel. Cond. 885-2418  Eves. ��4  Luxuiy chuo-genic mattress and  older box spring, double bed  $225 886-2052 ��2  Upright deep Ireeze $300 2 Dog  Kennels ��� large $45 medium $40  Little Chiel Smoke: $40. Motor  rebuild stand $50. 886-7372   ss  6 It canopy lor truck, $100. 88B-  2545. #2  Airco gas furnace. $325. 885-  6276. 13  16' Cedar strip canoe Guides  Model two paddles $350 886-  4940 W  Mama bear woodslove and chimney. $300. Rangehood, 30".  $100 Range, 30", $100. Double  Krohler sink faucets (yellow).  $125. Nutone radio garage door  opener, al! tracks and wooden  door, $300. Krohler Jacussi 6  vanity basins, toilet blue (cost  $2000). $500 Ihe lol. Child's  French Provincial bed, while,  $150. 8850898. #3  RX11 drum machine, $500: Ross  12 channel Mixer, $750; Toshiba  T1000 laptop. $500.886-8473. ��2  4" PVC solid or perforated pipe,  S11: PBS 4:, $23:3:. $15:2:, $10;  1 1/2", $8, all 10' lengths: will  deliver 886-3910. #5  HAY/Slraw M.M/Bale  GARDEN MULCH HAY  $3.50/Bale  OATS/WHEAT .10/lb.  Phone 885.9357  TFN  Pay for 2 weeks,  get the 3rd week  FREE  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  $4  FOR ONE WEEK  Up to 10 words  25 cents for each additional word  Births, Lost, and Found FREE  VISA  All classified ads  must be pre-paid  before insertion.  MasterCard  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 lie cancelled unless you Instruct us to renew il by noon Saturday.  Not Mailable fur 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 la  Co.i*.t News, l.inu.uy I i, 1992  NINTENDO-SEGA  Sam - Rental*. - Train  NEW & USED  Cassettes        <fl^  ��� COS JP  STOUTS  CMOS  f  BUDRHA'S  Video & Music  885-4888  104 T*'(*t,i S,|   Sot,wit  r Whirlpool electnc range. exc  cond. everything works 885-  0995 ��2  Ttiumph steel aimghl F/P insert  I 22* tvgh i IB" depth , 29" width,  ! complele with flashings. $300 I-  j 939-0637 "Firewood. 2 cot  I $180 8867724. ask tor John ��3  22   Heavy  Equipment  Kmgsize leatnei padded walet  bed.motionless maitiess. $190.  pmewooo 6a��y cmd $40. Hardwood nighchair $30 electnc  btooni $40 All Like New 886-  1810. B86-3543 ��2  Two kerosene heaters brand new  mnulactutei s samples One  needs mmoi lepan Retail $495  sell $125 each as is ��2  fladai Delecloi Fosch biand stale  ol me an Hi Tech Stand New Still  m Bo, retail $395 sell $195 htm  car alarm Fosch Brand two trans-  nnrters brand new retail $259 Sell  $125liim886-3730a.lei6pm "2  Two Fudges and apatlmenl sue  washer and dryer 886 2496    ��4  5 piece solid pine bedioom suite  includes huge loui poster kmgsize  waleibed $1500 886-7835     ��4  1977 F250 Crew Cab $850 OBO  886 8682 Leave Mess. K  3 Plunger Anlique Washer, Shop  Wood neater. Bathtub sinks. Full  Length Mirrors, 3 speed 4 15  speed bikes, two oldei type boats  15-19 Seagull and a 30 Manner  Otters 886-3227 ��2  Two level building on skids  Wired, insulated, Elec. Heat. You  move $6000 OBO 886-8296 ��2  ft?  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available   j  DAY, WEEK. MONTH  886-8538  1973 John Oeereliack loader, GP |  bucket, needs work trade lor best  boat or sell $4500 886 4679   ��2  Honrontal handsaw mill loi sale  Ford power plant Mobile wilh  trailer hitch and wheels $7500  OBO 886 4996 TFN  i  i 71 Fold F500 dump buck with !  HYAB. $3500 885 2869        ��4  i  I   _     1 1974 case 5B0 B Construction  ' King backhoe   Eklend-A-Hoe.  $8500 8863457  | SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  Browning aulo nlle. 308 win. cal.  ' wilh 2 3/4 Redlield, as new,  $575.. obo 886-7591.        ss  1990 8 II Ford bo�� with alum  liner, $500.885-2869. *4  Stihl powersaw and small outboard motor. 886-9372. 12  CEDAR SHAKES i LUMBER,  any size. Will custom oil. 885-  I 566901885-5601. TFN  Pioneer AM/FM digital synthesizer  I tuner, stereo cassette tape deck  receiver, graphic equalizer/spectrum analyzer, stereo double cassette deck. 1 year old. $425 OBO.  886-7602. #4  lidrooni Hmmmtti  IEDSWRTS, CURTMNS  PRJUWfS, SUItS, ETC.  886-9044  '86 Firelly. overall good condition.  bums little oil, $2250 OBO 886  2521 ss  77 Ponliac Ventura V6 standaid,  60.000 ml., tad tires, new snows.  $950 885-9553 ��3  76 Chevy Malibu 2 dr.. V8. tuns  gd. $350 883-9519 ��2  71 Meic Cornel, 302, fair cond.,  1600 886-2545. ��2  1975 BMW 530r. exc mech.  cond. new paint (white), blue  interior (new), 111.000 ong miles,  $3400 OBO 885-2836 ss  1977 Mavenck 2 dr.. 302 V8,  aulo. Reg serviced. $750 OBO.  8867951 *2  1980 Fold Pinto, good cond .  80,000 miles, only 2 owners  (mothei & daughter) exc. commuter car 886-7581 ��2  I960 Toyota Tercel H/B lor parts  only 886 8569 ��4  75 VW Westphalia, runs, stereo.  new dutch. $500 as is. Lv mess  8853618. ��4  1976 Volare Wagon, slant 6. lettable, low mileage Asking $600.  886 3841 ss'  1973 Supet Beetle. $2500 obo  8839234 ss  1977 Camaio LT 305 Auto Fully  Loaded Reasonable Cond New  Paint. Exhaust. Biakes $900 886-  7227 it  Estate sale 1977 Cadillac, low  mileage, good shape Oilers  886 3306 ss  I960 Camaio 305 aulo, T Tops,  Rally urns. $2600 885-7113  ss  Used Camaio T Top. $495 loi Ihe  sel. with covets. 886 9500 anytime ss  1975 Olds Cutlass Supieme.  $600000  886 8862 TFNs  1979 Chevy Caprice Excellent  condition $1500 Greal family  car 886-7724. ss  1978 Omni, 4 sp . needs wotk,  good motor whole oi loi pans.  8869594 ��2  1974 Oldsmobrle. new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound.  $2400 obo 885-1943. ss  1983 Fold Escort. 4 door, excel-  lenl condition. $2495 Will consider Hade. 886-21 It, days.       ss  1985 S10 Diesel P/U. PS/PB.  AM/FM. cassette, canopy , long  box tilt  $5300.. obo. 886 7372  ss  88' FCMdFISOXL AutoVBEFI,  PW P L. PS OD Dual Tanks  45.000 Km $8,000 OBO 886  8296 ��2  1985F150P/U. gd cond. asking  $6400 686 9044 ��2  1990 250 Dodge truck Camper  special, Al condition. $13,900  8868481 ss  25   Campeis  5lh Wheel. 30' Ptowlei. exceptional cond an cond 8B3 9990     ��2  1981 - 33' Piowtei. ideal lor living  in Exliemely clean, 2 door,  rool/AC. 4 burner stove, 2 door  tndge & queen size bed Contact  Sue Andeison I 525 7384, Mon-  Fn.9lo5 ��2  8 It camper, gd cond. $500 turn  886 2088 01 886 97 IB ��.i  71 VW. gd cond $1400 OBO  886 2417 ��2  GMC 74 campei van. sleeps 4.  newly lebuilt 350. Hans. Captains  chairs. A/C perlect lot Mexico  886 2843 (2  1975 Dodge Maxr Van. 3 way  | tndge. stove, lutnace. toilet, sink.  $7300 886.3306 ss  SECHELT MMHJE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray I  M.C.M.M.C    MNAMSl  M A B Y C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evrnrudes. Excellent condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  2 marine VHF radios W/anlenna.  $500 OBO 885-7623 #4  I pay cash In boats. 14' lo 23'.  wood or glass BBS 4031.      13  M V Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck. Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid till Dec /91. featuring new Swann auto, anchor pkg.  new LMS, 200 w/Loian C, new  tenders & brackets, moonng lines,  new windows, completely lelm  ished bull and swimgtid, new  handrails. Hush mount Fishon tod  holders (5) FWC 318 Chrysler  120 hrs. and much more,  $10,500 8857977 ss  Rubber rail AvonRovei R3-40,  max. 15 HP, 1/2 puce, $2200.  8852306 ss  12 11 Fibieglass boal, 25 HP  Johnston O/B lank A oais. $1500.  8852867, 14  27. Mobile Homes  tfHt  Sunshine Coast Mobile Home  Sales New and used - pad spe-  i Mis oi private property See us  loi the besl deals Charles 886  9826 TFN  Demonsttalion Sale only 2 left  14X71 Fionl Kitchen was 62,900  now Make an Oiler  - 14X70 3  tiilrrn was 59.900, now make an  ollei- All Homes have lull warranty We can finance with as low as  5". downOAC Toll Free 1-800-  663-3637 TFN  14x68, stove, fridge, washei/  dryer, dishwasher, air cond., new  rugs $24,500. Musi be moved.  BB6-7013 ss  By owner, 12x68 mobile home,  call 886 3039,886-7306.        ss  Mobile Homes Service. Relevel  ami additions, 886-9172 ��7  31    Fot Rent  Towing ���!:'::;,/  out car recycling  Cash for 82-92 cars  and clean runners  Free Pick-up  886-7227   r~  6 cyl. Fold marine dresel, 4 -1  caprtol gear. $8500. o.b.o., or  trade lor tractor plus cash. B86-  | 9981. ss  i Horse manure. Next year's garden starls now. $20 per p/u.  8859969. Roberts Creek.   TFN  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  and Towing  886-2020  TFN  CHEAP! FBI/U.S. SEIZED  89 MERCEDES ��� $200 86 VW ���  $50. 87 Mercedes - $100. 65  Muslang - $50. Choose Irom  thousands, starling $25. Free 24  Hour Recording Reveals Details,  801-379-2935. Copyright I  BC104JC. #9  Subaru 4 wheel drive stalion  wagon, $1600.886-7378.       ss  1982 Reliant Good Cond. 70,500  mis. 30 mpg $2800 885-5359 ��2  1939  Dodge Sedan $2200 OBO 885-  5031 #4  1987 7 Passnr Aerostar Excel  Cond. 109.000 km Call lo view  $8900 885-5773 M  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6. PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat. toolbox.  $8700. 885-2836, 885-7413.   ss  1977 Ford 1 Ion 4X4, 390 4 sp.,  duals S good ladials, steel box,  $3500 firm. 885-2869. #4  77 Dodge 3/4 Ion camper special,  360 wilh pos. runs gd., body gd.,  asking $850.886-9360. ��4  1985 Bronco II 4X4, auto., CD  player, gd. cond., $750 OBO.  Days 886-9332 alt. 7 eves. 886-  2983. ss  77 Wagoneer 401, auto, propane  power. 0 track new motor, Irannly  A front brakes, $2000. 886-2275  alt. 6pm. ��2  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 886-2878. ss  Chevy 3 ton Iruck, working power  tail gale, 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. Radials, $2700 obo.  885-1943. ss  1990 Dodge Grande LE Caravan,  loaded. 40,000 kms., besl otter.  885-6026. ss  18 It F/glass cuddy cabin, head,  near new 110 hp Johnson, Trailer $5500 885-5359 ��2  Yes! There is a reliable local  propeller repair service. 885-  5278. TFN  22' Sangsler, 302, VS. 888 Merc  leg, moloi rebuilt, new manifolds.  hard top, trailer, exlras. $6500.  886-8443. ss  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  fast and In top condition, surveyed  value $8500, oilers S trades con.  sidered. 866.2738. ss  Higbliner trailer, like new, 1000  kg, 14- tires, $1700 OBO. 886-  3001. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol extras. $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 oi 463-6959.  ss  13 It boal for sale Handcrafted by  master. Cedar strip exterior $1100  OBO Contact Jack through 886.  9563 TFN  IB' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond., $3800.  8859333. ss  24' sailboat lor parls or repair;  fully equipped sloop, 5 sails,  head, anchor, lilejackels, 8 HP  Honda OB (like new); together,  $1450, mtr. alone, $800. 886-  8017, lv. message. TFNS  $19,500  Like New  2 BDRM wilh lots ol new features.  Should be seen to be appteciat-  ed Call now lo view. Nidi Pioach  885-6340, 657-3250. Valley  Pacific Rlty. ��2  28. Motorcycles  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond., gatage kepi, $7500. B86-  9595. ss  Montasa 250. on-toad/oll-ioad,  exc shape, $1200 $899. 886-  7655 or 220-9564. ss  1986 Yamaha XT600, exc. cond.  885-5564. ss  RECYCLE:  1  29. Wanted to Rent  Gibsons aiea, small t bdrm. collage or apartment, reas., ref.  avail. I-984-7170 call collect   ��4  Visiting Physician requires 3  bdrm. Furn. Hume Mar. thru to  June. (Sechell to Gibsons Area)  886-9084 #4  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS 0 ^ Q  ASSOCIATION ��. O O  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  $3.70 each additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  EDUCATION  Engines rebuilt lor Cars and  Trucks. 6 Cyl. Irom $995. 8  Cyl. Irom $1,095. 100,000  Km warranty. Bond Mechanical 872-0641, eves. 856  8879, toll-free 1-800-663-  2821,   _ BUILDING SUPPLIES  DOORSI WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE! Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW in Vancouver  at(604)266-1101,   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  COLOURFUL BUSINESS.  Do you have a Hair 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-  5*5-8722.    TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many jobs available. Government licensed  home sludy certification  course. Call for details:  (604 )681-5456 or 1-800-665-  8339.  WANT TO MOVE to the  coast? Rent-A-Wreck locations available in B.C. Call  now collect (403)228-0600.  HOTTEST HOME BUSINESS. Proven success without prior experience. Part-  time or lull-time. Earn $50-  $60/hr. Produce spectacular  gold printed business cards,  napkins, greeting cards,  award ribbons, playing cards,  leather, vinyl, etc. Total system incl. equipment, materials, step-by-step Instructions,  samples, marketing support,  start-up inventory. Investment $5,000-$10,000. Call  FOIL KING Print Systems  Ltd., (403)449-1600 or fax  (403)449-0655.   FREE career guide lo home-  sludy correspondence Diploma courses. Accounting,  Arrconditioning, Bookkeeping,  Business, Cosmetology,  Eleclronics, Legal/Medical  Secretary, Psychology,  Travel. Granton, (5A)-263  Adelaide West, Toronto, 1-  800-950-1972.  LEARN INCOME TAX  PREPARATION or Basic  Bookkeeping. Tax deductible certificate courses. For  tree brochures, no obligation:  U a R Tax Services, 1345  Pembina Hwy., Winnipeg,  MB, R3T 2B6, 1-800-665-  5144 or lax 1(204)254-6172.  FOR SALE HMO  ���BIRD'S CHOICE". Birdseed  lor sale. Sunflower seeds  and Wildbird mixes, cage bird.  Super clean, farm fresh. To  order or lor a price list, call  today toll-free 1-800-563-  7333.  966 Loaders, Grapple or  Bucket. Asphalt Plant and  Paving Equipment. Dump  Trucks, Back Hoes, 1213  Crushing Plants, 18" x 36*  Jaw Crushers, Belly Dumps  and Pups. 100 Barrel Water  Tanks and Truck. Call Vic  Kampe 493-6791.  FOR SALE MM  SPORTS CARDS by mail at  irresistable prices. Write lor  price list and FREE rookie  card. Curious Comics S  Cards, 625 Johnson St., Vic-  toria. B.C., V8W 1M5.  GARDENING  HELP WANTED  The Ultimate Gardener's  Store. 1,000's ol Products,  Hydroponics, Greenhouses,  Drip Irrigation. Huge Book  Selection. 72 page, photo  tilled, 1991 catalogue, $4,  refundable on order. Western Waler Farms, #103,  20120 64th Ave., Langiey,  B.C., V3A 4P7.    HEALTH   Incredible Weight Loss - Inch  Loss and Well Beingll 100%  Natural nerbal Coffee Trim  and Tea Trim with menus.  $29.95/month supply, plus  shipping.  1 -B0Q.563-TRIM.  HELP WANTED  CRUISE LINE EMPLOYMENT PACKAGE. Types ot  Jobs/How to get those Jobs/  North America Contact Directory/More! For details call:  (604)635-3539.   DOUG MARSHALL Motor  City, 11044 ��� 100 St., Grand  Prairie, AB, T8V2N1, requires  Parts Manager, GM dealership. Computer experience  required. Complete benefit  package. Contact G. Hunt  (403)532-9333.  FUND RAISING CAN MAKE  YOU RICH. Markeling breakthrough in $18 billion book  publishing business is creating new wealth. Earn huge  profits Protected territories.  1-800-465-5400. Readers  Club.  ULTIMATE MONEY MAKING  MACHINE. Be pan of Canada's fastest growing Independent distributor of Music.  Full-time, part-time. Protected territories available.  CALL 1-800-263-1900. Federal Music.  MISCELLANEOUS  PERSONALS  WOULD YOU LIKE to correspond with unattached Christian people across Canada:  all denominations, all nationalities, lor companionship or  marriage? Ashgrove, P.O.  Box 205B, Chase, B.C., V0E  IMP,   REAL ESTATE  SINCE 1976 WE'VE BEEN  Canada's #1 Display Wholesaler. We seek 2 reps to service established retail stores in  your area. Earn $900-$1,100  weekly. (416)756-2156 or  (416)756-3174.   DO YOU LIKE to travel?  Between 16-30? Have experience in farming? Contact  the International Agricultural  Exchange Association, 1501  - 17Ave. S.W., Calgary, AB,  T2T 0E2.  FOREIGN VIDEOS converted to Canadian standard  or vice-versa. Films, photos,  slides transferred to video.  Send lor prices: That's Entertainment Video, Box 926,  Okotoks, AB, TOL 1T0.  (403)938-7473,   MOBILE HOMES  ATTENTION PARK OWNERS and mobile home buyers. We have a good selection of used mobile homes tor  your park. We also manufacture a 'Top ol the Line* mobile  home. Let us show you how  to make great profits and fill  your park. Buy factory direct.  Noble Homes(403 )447-2333.  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  lor unpaid taxes. Crown land  availability. For inlormation  on both write: Properties,  Depl. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1.    TRAVEL   SKIERS: Lake Louise, Canada's Favourite: Ski and accommodation packages,only  $58/day (per person double,  minimum three days, Jan.  season). Other package  plans available. 1-800-567-  6262.  AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND. Call the South Pacific  specialist, 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-free 1-  800-972-6928.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADVETISING  An advertising "Best  Buy"l  Place your ad in over 100  newspapers throughout  B.C. and the Yukon lor  only $195.00. For more  information contact the  Coasl News al 886-2622  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental of property  For example a person who  stipulates 'no children* as a  condition ol rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the ad  veitisernent and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against them The Coast News  will therefore not accept such  discriminator/ ads  l\RS  31    For Rent  Cottage in Langdale I BDRM with  sm loom suitable lor child or den  W'D . Wood I Elec. heal  $440/mo plus utn Call 8662642  57pm. ��2  1 bdrm suile Tuwanek Good  Kitchen view, close to ocean,  SSOOmci cable, utilities 885-  7655 R  Room | Breakfast Need a home  away Irom home? 886 3779  ��4  2 bdim Roberts Creek $500  Mobile in the Woods near beach.  885-3807 67pm 114  2 bdrm, fudge, stove, basement,  workshop S450 plus ulils 863-  9676 ��4  I Robeits Cieek 3 bdim new home  W4D Fudge, slove, dishwashei  $750 N/S 885-5623 Eves Rels "4  m\v\<;i:\.i.Yi  services  i   i  A  1  Sieve Sawyer  * Kt'si'li'iitial  * I (iniiiicn i:il  * Imliislriiil  We have some  fabulous residen-  tail listings coming up lor January.    Call Steve  References  Required  3   bedroom JftUI&e  completely u*Mwiri,  lull haseniE^Mili lo  all anaMHsTup town  G|IW^ $650.00 -  vacam, available immediately.  Near new town  house, close to all  amenities, two bedrooms, fabulous  appliances, vacant,  available immediately.  Retirement   Village  units available immediately. Biand new  adult community  suites wilh all appliances.  Waterfront - fabulous,  large 4 bedroom, 2  storey home, lire-  place, large kitchen,  dining area, etc.,  Gower Point area.  We will   Screen potential renters  Do moving-in Inspection  Anange loi maintenance  8, repairs  Colled Ihe rent & damag(  deposil  Disburse tent monies to  owner  Do moving-out inspection  FOR LEASE:  Approximately 800 to  l.MIOsi|.f(.iiliiiliulii,is  office spurt' in lower  (iihsons urea. Landlord may provide some  leasehold improvements.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATIONI  Fabulous retail space  immediately adjacent to  Galiano Market, Sechelt  (Bernadetle's Galleries)  Perlect location lor your  retail business.  Avoid all Ihe hassles  and problems and for  just a pittance,  CALL Ihe Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Attractive Roberts Creek waler-  Ironl, 1250 It., 2 bdrm. home,  $800 885-7612. ��  2 bdrm mobile on acreage 6 appl.  $6008867461 #4  1 bdtm with shared accom in  large new house Gibsons $100  pel week 886-8952 ��4  Spacious I bdrm. apart., new  home, W/0 incl. hydro, conv.  location. Phone 886-9251 or 1-  298-5215. ��4  Gibsons 1 bdrm. ground, sunny,  $450 plus 1/5 utils. Arthur 885-  9859. M  Lower Gibsons, older 2 bdrm.  house, separate 2 car garage,  stove, Iridge, large lot, $575. I-  738-4953,9-5pm. #4  Al Bonniebrook -1 bdrm. duplex,  2 bdrm. cabin, avail. Feb. t.  Phone 886-2887.lv. mess.     #4  1 bdrm. apt. hydro, shared W/D,  incl. $500/mo., lower Gibsons.  Phone Val 886-2175 all. 6pm. ��4  Furnished 2 bdrm. apart., Davis  Bay. 1 month only. Jan. 15-  Feb. 15/92. $500,885-4812.  #2  2 bdrm suite. Gibsons newly ten-  ovaled 775 sq It Laundry, slot-  age, large deck, yard. Leave  message 883-9707 ��4  3bdrm lamily view home Gibsons  4 appl FP Sundeck $750 Negotiable 886 4773 ��2  2 bdim wateilionl home.  Panoiamic view. W/D, DW. $725  886-9135 ��4  Two bedioom chaiactet collage  Gianihams Ldg Gieal View  Quiet Wood slove/eleclnc heat.  Semi-lurmshed. Long lease pie  leired. References Storage  space $625/mo 8864996 TFN  Shared Accommodation: Room  lot tent in new home, lull facilities.  small pel welcome, smoket OK.  shaie kitchen. Ask lot Sue 886  9251. 13  Interested in gardening, keeping  beaullul yaid which overlooks  ocean? This 3 bdim. house has  panoiamic ocean view. Only  $750/mo��� 5412 Lawson Rd .  West Sechelt. Beach just across  the street! 1-299 3778 (all. 2pm).  ��3  TOWNHOUSES  Restticled 8 lurnished 2 bdrm.  units available, tent negotiable  Call Jim Munro at 886-2277.   "3  Sechelt newly renovated spacious  3 bdim. house, split level,  $780/mo. avail, immed. 1-255-  2044, 13  Waterlront lor lease, 2 bdim.  (poss 3) oldlimer on large private.  waterlront lol, long leim lease  preferred, $B0O/mo.  3 bdim. townhome near new,  1600 sg 11,5 appls, 1 1/2 balhs.  mini-blinds, $795/mo. 886-4680  TFN  Adull oriented 3 bdrm. town-  house, $950/mo. 886-9006 ali.  5pm. M  Long teim lease 1/2 acte lot, Welcome Woods, near Sechell, new  school, suitable lor mobile home.  461-3795. K4  Large 2 bdrm. mobile home,  Davis Bay, $550, Feb. 1. BBS-  486201520-3200. M  Prime 2nd floor office space,  downtown Sechell, compelitive  rales, 400 sq. ft. lease, avail. Feb.  1, contact Tom Lamb 885-4865  ��  Share cozy waterlront house,  garage, lage yard Secelt, N/S  885-6381. #5  Retail space lor lease, downtown  Sechelt. 885-7606. M  3 bdrm mobile in Sunshine Coasl  Trailer Park $650 /mo 866-  8458. ��  2 bdrm suite. Lower Gibsons.  Avail Jan. 800 sq II. laundry.  storage, large deck, yard some  view. Leave message. 883-  9707 n  3 bdim. townhouse, 1 1/2 balhs.  large yaid. no mamt��� $795 765  School Rd Call Pam 683-4651 or  733-9883. ��3  Partially lurnished mobile, adult-  oriented paik, short leim, $400.  8857685 ��2  Furnished Room, own bathroom  N/S $150 p/month Share facilities 885 7075 ��  New house livtng.kildien. dining ,  den laundry 2 bdim 2 balh double  gaiage. panoiamic, view near  Ferry $850 886-7394 H  1 bdrm house on sunny acreage  in Gibsons above Gianihams 5  mm lo ferry Avail liom Feb. 1  S550permonlh 886-2225    ��4  Clean 2 bdim duplex, near water,  shops A school, $725. Avail. Feb.  1. Call Sam 581 B078 or Bill 886-  2277. M  2 bdrm bungalow in Robeits  Cteek. newly decoiated, avail.  Feb. 1, $700. 886-9149, 879-  7981. ��3  BACHELOR APARTMENT  Excellent amenities, biand new.  close to Sechelt, professional, n/s,  $550/mo. 885-7161 eves.    TFN  I  2 bdim. suite. Lowei Road aiea  on 2 1/2 acies. $650.00. Call  886-4724, atlei 7 p.m. ��2  32. Commercial  for Rent  Professional Mini  Storage  New Building  886-8628  Davis Bay, Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities,  8852752,885-9863. #12  Roberts Cteek Hall avail., dances,  patties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  STORAGE  Healed, pallatized, gov't  appioved. Len Wtay's Translei  Ltd. 886-2664. TFN  I 34   Help Wanted  I  Shop/office space Gibsons Industrial Park. Call 886-8144/886-  8204 Barry. ��7  4 bdrm. house Langdale, N/S, no  pets, ret. req. Feb. 1,$900/mo.  886-8969. #4  5 bdrm. 21/2 bath, close to Cedat  Giove School, all appl., $700/mo.,  avail. Mar. 1. 1-879-1060 aft.  3pm. ��4  1 bdrm. basement suite, wateilionl, Madeira Paik, turn, or  unfurn,, $400 utils.ind. 883-2881.  K  3 bedroom apartment. Hopkins  Landing. 886-7516. 12  t bedioom, close lo all amenities  in Gibsons, avail. Feb. t. Call  886-7178. ��2  3 bedioom apt., 1 1/2 balhs.  Iridge, slove and good view,  $595 886-3796. #2  1425 sq. ft. townhouse, 4 appliances, 2 bedrooms, basemenl,  carport, covered balcony, neai  school, $775/mo. 886-4680 TFN  Shaied accommodation in lamily  home. Sechell, close lo amenities, leasonable rent, utils., avail,  now. 885-4414. 13  Fabulous Gibsons, Noith Shore  view, 3 bdrm., full basemenl  home. Close to park, marina.  shipping, 10 min. to terry, $875.  885-2978 eves #3  3 bdrm., 2 baths, DW/WD, FP,  avail, now oi Feb. 1, $850.  Tuwanek.Collect731 -6696.  ��3  Marine Drive, Gibsons, 2 bdim.  suite avail. Feb. 1, no pets,  $650/mo. includes hydio. 885-  1968. ��3  Shared Accom. Immac Furnished  Mn Floor Util Inc. $350 Christine  886-8277 or 885-7415 eves.   M  t bdrm unit, west Sechelt. $400  inciud. utilities 885-7655        #2  Pender Harbour Teen Centre  requires Reliable Part-time supervisor Friday and Sal. eves 6:30  pm- 11:30pm. Applicant must  be a responsible adull and enjoy  working with teens. Previous  experience working wilh teens an  asset. Successful applicant will  be subject lo security screening  by RCMP. Reply by Feb Bio Box  232 Madeira Paik B.C. VON 2H0  *4  Part-time sales person required  Bring resume to Linnadines shoes  or mail to RR #2, S3, CI 5 Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0 ��4  Live-in help needed. Mis. Inge-  horg Pelersohn 885-2546.     ��2  Flagpeople loi Sunshine Coasl  area, training available. 886-0907  lv. mess. #4  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED ��� Recycling relief duting lunchlime. Animal hospital needs help in the  altemnng the week. Thrift Store in  Gibsons needs help on Thurs. S  Fri, 12-4. Lealherworfc skills needed to help senior al adull care  facility. Enjoy playing caids? part,  uib. adult caie facility is looking  loiunleets lo visil residents. Volunteer Action Centre 885-5881. *  Accounting clerk with good computet skills teq. immed. lor busy 2  person ollrce. Send resume and  salary expected to Personnel  Depl., Box 545, Sechell, BC VON  3A0 #5  Full oi part-time al Video Etc.  Leave resume. ��2  Hallmoon Bay Childcare Centre  has an opening lor part-time  employee commencing Feb 1/92,  ECE certified oi ECE sludent in  naming preferred. Send resumes  to: Box 57, Wridwood Sile, Hall-  moon Bay, BC VON 1Y0.       n  **tr   ".   j? ?.:  Sunshine Coasl Cab Company is  now accepting applications lor  full/part time drivers. Mnst be able  lo work Sechelt area, neat in  appearance, Class 4 is required.  Apply at Sunshine Coast Cab  Company 1045 Hwy. 101 above  Kenmac Parts. 886-8914.      #2  Sechell Pre-School immed. opening lor leaching assist. ECE.  Sludent in training preferred. Can  Lorraine 885-4682 #2 Const News, January 13, 1992  14  news  35   Business &  Home Setvic  Typing Seivice available,  Manuscripts Resumes, Term  Papers, Business Letteis. Etc  8857604 14  HARRY'S RV Rool seal and  Repairs 885-8871 ��4  Reliable man avail, for properly  mainlenance, other day jobs,  indooi/outdooi(no truck). Rob  886-3822. ��4  FURNITURE STRIPPING  886-3792  Retailing $ Repairs  ���3  Advertise your product, company  with a B/W photo. SR Design 886-  8220. ��4  Clean Right in home cleaning,  excellent lates. 886-9044.      ��2  DRYWALL RENOVATIONS  Large or small professional finishing. Rob 886-3573 02  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Dangei Ttee  Removal, Insuted. Guaianteed  Work Free estimates. 885-2109  TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out ol  control? Need Iree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable seivice. Fully insured. Commercial $  residential References available.  FRED 886-3526. TFN  37   Child Care  Funshine Day Cart lor children  aged 2 1/2 lo 5 Houis 7 30-5 30  Monday to Fiiday. Owned and  opeiated by Ginnte Weslon, a  certified Early Childhood Educator  who offers a fun, age appropriate  preschool program Licensed -  Site - Reliable Full and 1/2 day  spaces available 886-3377.   12  Wanted - expenenced caregiver  to provide part-time childcare lor  two children ages 2 and 3 1/2 yrs  Quality care in a sale, dean environment Phone 886-2963.     ��3  Part time Nanny boy 4, girl 7  mos .Roberts Creek area to  become lull time. rets. req. 885  1937 home, 886-2000 work.    113  Live m Nanny/Housekeeper needed loi Waterside Inn. Duties  include tight housekeeping,  errands 1 5 day/week care ol  energetic 2 yr. old. Driver's  license A references required. Private quarters in tranquil setting,  salary based on experience. 885  3857 oi resume 10 G Medenos.  Box 387, Sechell. BC 113  Teddy Beai Daycaie has spaces  available lot 3 6 year olds and  alter school caie spaces lor 6 12  year olds. 885-2721. ��3  Molly Mouse Day Care spaces  available -18 months to school  age. Fun-filled caring enviionmeni  with early childhood trained stall.  886-3913. ��8  '/  Expert I  repairs and  servicing on all  brands of sewing  machines.  Singer, Kenmore,  Pfaff, Janome,  Elna, Bernlna,  and all makes of  vacuum cleaners.  - Free Estimates -  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  SEWING MACHINE  ft VACUUM CENTRE  Cowrie St., Sechelt  (opposite Bank ot Montreal)  v    885-8843  Journeyman Cabinet Maker  James McCarthy, 886-8347.  Using hardwood plywood A solid  wood only. Cabinets, finishing,  Installations, renovations.  Kitchens, bathrooms. 114  Young slrong and willing guy will  do any part cr lull lime casual or  permanenl work. Has cbainsaw  and can drive fork lilt tiuck.  Wanls to woik. nol go on wellare.  Lee 885-4666 Eves. 885-3611  Message f>4  House cleaner now available,  haid wotking and honest. Paula,  886-8593. ss  Cool Runnings Lighl Hauling,  Rubbish Removal, Deliveries, odd  Jobs, call 885-3917 ��4  Carpenter - Siding Decks Foundations Railings Etc. Reasonable  Rales Ph. Eiic 885-2013        M  Experienced Orchardist wanls lo  prune your fruit trees. /Free Estimates, 885-7906 ��4  Moving and tubbish removal. 885-  4066. ��4  Odd jobs done, don't delay, call  today. 885-6405. ��3  Carpet and lino lilted. Houses.  boats and mobiles. Tel: 885-6405.  ��3  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls ��� Tienching  Landscape Conliuclion  Drainage  886-8538  We'll beat Any Competitor's  Rites  TFNs  M-  ^  38. Business  Opportunities  INTERIOR DECORATING  BUSINESS  Exciting opportunity lor sell-motivated peison. Sunshine Coasl is  youi territory lor high earning  potential. Call 885-4778 lot more  inloimation. #3  40 Seat Licensed Restaurinl in  mall, by ownei 666-2223.      ��2  HAIR SALON  Central Sechelt. Good location  wilh good parking, steady clientele  Room lor expansion. Good  income. Includes all fixtures.  38. Business  Opportunities  Full oi part-time couples and individuals fot business ol your own.  Local Amway distributor assists  you lot splendid opportunity. 885-  7144 or 886-9479 ��t0  Investors interested in Molly's  Reach Call Joan al 886-7570 M  Notice ol Sale  Pursuant to the  Warehousemen's Lien Act  ���, .  Nolice is beteby given that Ihe  slock  Plus beauty care and ' ��  f-iFiial  manr  ���*��� nthinn  cart inn a ' '  casual wear clothing section.  $45,000 Nick Proach 885-6340,  657-3250 Valley Pacific Realty.#2  Transfer Lid. , Box 186, 1052  Highway 101, Gibsons, BC in the  name of Heather Lyons will be  sold at a public sale for debts outstanding and cost ol sale within  CAT Skidder, spare wheel & tire,  set ol chains, 1987 4X4 F250,  Fuel tank, powersaw, everything 30 days ol Ihe second appear*  you need for logging, including ance ol this notice at a location  some work. 886*3821 After 6:00 designated by Len Wray's Transput                                 #4 fer Ltd. #2  House Sitting N/S Responsible  Lady with rets, available immed.  Leave message at 885-4883   #4  Reliable man avail, lor P/T casual,  day or F/T employment, from  woodsplitting to retraining. Rob  886-3822. #4  FOREST ACT  SILVICULTURE - APPENDIX B  APPENDIX "B"  NOTICE OF PRE HARVEST SILVICULTURE PRESCRIPTION  Oft SILVICULTURE PRESCRIPTION  (pursusnl to welkin 3 ol Ihfl Silviculture Regulations)  NOTICE  tiw lotMwing araai hma a propowd prMcriptiori iiial *iH apply il aii-ircivMi h  oOlametl Irom irw Muuilry rd Founts The proptnoit pMCfipWJni *i* l>0  Avivm-iU) Itw v*wng until Febn-ary 14, 1992 al llw tocai-oii noiinl Ontn*  during regular rtours To eniiKS conMerfllion any writmn oo ���minims must On  made to Barry Mountain. Oiimct Manager at 7077 Duncan Sli-mi. Pn*>nli  Hivfjr  British CtfumlMR VBA 1W1 try I'M) IbOVO (into  Altlt'iKlU'H"!  Form ol        Licence  Agtmmoni       Uti'  (W)  T S L A34909  T S L AM908  I S L AMftO  T8L A369I1  WHon One* ua  WUon Cffif* 11 B  Cloigh Crook 14 7  Clougti Cinek A S  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesdj* Junuun 14.1992 7:00 pm Parliamentary I alkback  Harold Fletchrr\takcs the hosts chair tor the monthly programme that allows viewers to talk to their provincial and federal  representatives. MP Ray Skelly joins Harold in the studio and will  answers questions via the phone lines This programme was taped  last thursday. ML.A. Gordon Wilson was on holiday and not be  able to attend this month.  8:00 pm Stale of the Art Carl Chaplin...Artist  Laurel Suko takes an in depth look at the work of artist Carl  Chaplin during a visit to his Gibsons studio.  8:40 pm INTERACT  The local Rotary club sponsors a group for voung people at  Elphinstone secondary . Rotary club mamber Jim Ling will be in the  studio to host a discussion on the Interact group  Thursday January 16,1992 5:00 pm live  6:40 & 9:00 p.m. repca tCable Connections  The broadcasting students at Elphinstone (ESP T V.) have prepared another in the series of news programmes that focuses on  events that affect your community.  7:00 pm Eldercolkgc live phone-in  First there was Elderhostel, now there's Eldercotlege To find  out more join host Julie Southerst the Community lllion tor  Sechelt's Capilano College campus  7:30 pm Coast InterfaJth Dr. David Nt-ima  Cameron Fraser talks with Dt  David Neinia the president ot the  Chnsttan Medical Dental Society of Canada.  8:00 pm Pioneer Profile Mrs. Cloe Day  Students who attended Elphinstone during it's earlv years util  have many memories of Mrs Day In this lull hour Mrs Cloe Dj>  talks about her experiences teaching in the Yukon  8:30 pm The Emerald Princess  Powell River Cablenet sends this half hour look at the project to  place a bronze statue of a mermaid in Saltcry Bay.  SOUTH COAST FORD  JRrtitrtitlier llUirtt  5 years ago  The combined municipal councils of Sechell  and Gibsons sat down with the board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) at the  SCRD offices January 8 to iron out misunderstandings and lo seek avenues of communication.  Agreement on all issues was neither reached  nor expected.  10 years ago  Gibsons Villages share of the proposed  marine may now cost as much as S2.8 million.  Council will study the cost estimated presented  by CM projects to see if there is any possibility  that project costs may be scaled down somewhat  to approach the 1979 predictions of $830,000.  15 years ago  The statutory Board meeting of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District saw the election of  Chairman of the Board and, on a motion by  Aldermanic representative from Gibsons Jim  Metzler, a vice chairman to sit in the event of the  chairman's absence. Harry Almond was elected  chairman by acclamation and the vice chairmanship fell to Metzler himself.  25 years ago  the provisional budget this year for Gibsons  Municipal Council will total $138,794, of which  $67,200 will be turned over to the school board  as school taxation.  35 years ago  The new Peninsula Contractor's building in  Sechelt is completed and will house four business firms by January 15. Business expansion in  Sechelt has made modern office space there a  necessity.  45 years ago  The provincial government by order in Council, has reserved 5.4 acres of foreshore at Gibsons Landing as the site for a Dominion Government wharf.  SPCA news  Time is running out for this large friendly hound at Ihe  SPCA. He has been losl for over a month and now waits  anxiously for his owner to claim him or someone to  give him a good home. He is one lo two years old.  neutered, and needs space where he can run and play. If  vou can make room for him, please consider adopting  him  now.  Call  Ihe SPCA al  885-4771.  GRAND OPENING SPECIAL  20% off  all specialty pet foods  including Nutrtt Max, Science  Diet, and IAMS  564 1 Cowrie Street, Sechelt  (in loss hum Tlir \\.ink nl  MoiiIm  Elphinstone  Secondary  -News���  WHAT SPIRIT!  Just befote Christmas break, students brought in a  whopping 2,597 food items for the needy in Gibsons.  Congratulations, especially to the Grade 9s, who  brought in over 1,000 items! Students also helped  raise money by carolling in the community.  TRACK & FIELD VOLUNTEER NEEDED  An adult volunteer is needed to assist the head track  and field coach. Previous experience is not  essential. Training is available. Pleace call the  school office at 886-2204. Lets get Track and Field  going at Elphinstone.  TWO CANADA SCHOLARS FROM ELPHI  A second Canada Scholarship has been awarded by  the Federal Government to a Grad of '91 - this one to  Graham Ruck. This national scholarship was already  won by David Smith, also a Grad of '91. As there are  only 2,500 of these scholarships given out across  the country, it is a real honour for the school and the  students.  PARENT MEETING - JANUARY 27  All parents are encouraged to attend the next  parents' meeting at 7:30 on January 27.  EXAMS SOON  Grade 8-10 courses will have mid-year exams and  Grade 11 and 12 courses will have final exams  January 28-30, with the following exceptions:  English 12 linal exam January 27, 9 am -12 pm  Elective courses - in-class exams January 21-27  Suggestions    lor    Parents:    Encourage    your  sons/daughters to start reviewing their courses for a  short time each school night and on weekends -  avoid 'cramming'. Help them get organized.  IN HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��� Upholstery   <�����  ciiwiimii mud MQuMtti ;'.''.  KHIIPMINt (t    l.\  I I'llSMfil! Hl'jlll!  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Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am       3:30 pm  9:30 M 5:30 M  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm       9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 M 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 am M     3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:25 M 7:30  11:30 9:30  "two c^'^er  8-r��"U"'HookHelgMs0  . ���=. Ton L-"1 **���  5*  lAA /MITTEN  AU       realty ltd.  If you are Buying or Selling...  the realtor you choose can make the difference. 88V3291)  OUR SERVICE PRODUCES RESULTS! 681-7931   Call us! (Van. Toll Free)  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  15 Ton  BARRY'S CRANE SERVICE  886-7028  ROUTE 1 via North Rd . Seacol.  Fletcher. Gower PI.. Franklin. Marine Dr  Depart '5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart       8:14 am 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 It 2:45 pm, Mon-Sat.  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  ROUTE 2 via Piall. Chasler. King, Vplwans,  Hwy 101. WookcreeliPk.SC Trailer Park  Depart  Mall    '  7:30 am 4:25  11:00 6:20  12:25  Arrive   7:45    4:40  Mall     11:28    6:40  12:40  '11:00 am routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt.  NOTE: No 5:30 am or 7:30 am service Sal.,  Sun. or Holidays  mwmaaiam  mm  SiutcMut Ageititeft  np  A member  of  Independent  Travel  Professional*.  Red Carpet Service Irom Friendly Professionals in Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  INSURANCE  886-2000  TRAVEL  886-9255  ���ita  mm  mmm  m  H i" i (mm (News, lanuary i ., iwi  news  JtLJmMkI~  mWKm Hi    i  Lots of Tun and (he  occasional   Irsson   are  purl of the group  atmosphere  al  Community   Services  Parent  lul  drop-in  program. A great place  for parents and kids lo  Kel together, the centres  are open 9:30 am to  11:30 am  in Sechell,  Wilson Creek, and  Gibsons  on  specific  days of Ihe week only.  Jot'] Johnston? pholo  Immediate, Effective; Permanent Results.  Adjustable to your tolerance.  /'mate, mtnsJn**, penorai tout l> in a < omfbrUbh  .i'idus/i/h'M' Studbnl /.lies aviiafirVt  (".ill lor your i oinplimcnl.iry 1 S minute  treatment and i onsult.ition.  ROBERTS CREEK 886-4686 or 885-0980  Announcement  DR. LORNE BERMAN  IS PLEASED TO WELCOME  DR. TERRY WEBB  TO THE  SECHELT DENTAL CENTRE  as an Associate in his practice of  General Dentistry  Saturday Appointments Available  885-3244  Inlet Centre ��� Inlet & Dolphin  Rehab centre seeks  volunteers to build  wildlife giftshop  by Cornelia  A New Ye.ir with new resolutions. Setting a goal for yourself or  others? How about donating the materials and building a small log  cabin giftshop lor a worthy cause'.' Thai cause is the Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, located al the old Halfmoon Ba) ELementary School,  5783 Trout Lake Road.  Joanne Dickeson runs this centre on her own and does a fantastic  job looking after injured wild animals. Bui she also runs out of  monev So I had an idea. Joanne could generate some income hy running a wildlife rehabilitation giftshop. selling items made on ihe Sunshine Coast.  These items could range from fridge magnets, wood carvings,  buinperslickers. ceramics, up to paintings, etc. My request is geared  towards anyone who cares for our environment. Wildlife plays a big  part in this and Joanne needs help. If everyone were to donate for  example some logs, or money (tax receipts will be issued) to buy  logs, then the giftshop could be a small log cabin. It would be great to  have the store finished and open before the tourist season starts this  summer.  1 think we can do it! There's lots of work to be done and lots of  help needed on permits, foundations, wiring, etc. (Maybe with a hand  from BC Hydro!) We need help with building supplies and people  willing lo participate in building any aspect of the shop. Volunteers  are also needed in the area of canvasing, advertising, co-ordinating  and organizing.  To all our artists and craftspeople on the Coast, please consider  donating some of your work as initial stock for ihe giftshop. (Your  donations are always welcome for raffle prizes, etc.) We could make  wildlife calendars and cards from pictures taken al the centre. Help in  any form is always welcome.  Maybe retailers could set aside one day lo help our wildlife rehabilitation giftshop and donate a percentage of your sales. The Blue  Shoe Ceramics Studio al 4258 Francis Peninsula Road, Madeira Park  will be pleased to start the campaign. On Saturday, February 1, from  11 to 4 we will donate 30 per cent of the proceeds from anything you  buy from our studio to the wildlife rehabilitation giftshop. Please  mark this day on your calendars.  There are many wonderful people on the Coasl who really care  and show respect for nature and our animals. Jusl a little of your time  or a small donation can make such a difference.  Bowen ferry captain  handed suspension  BC Ferries announced  recently it has completed its  investigation into the Howe  Sound Queen's crash into the  dock al Horseshoe Bay Dec. 9.  In a statement to the press,  the corporation said that when  the incident took place on the  run from Bowen Island to  Horseshoe Bay, the ship's captain was familiarizing another  officer in the handling of the  vessel.  According to BC Ferries, the  ship had made a number of  dockings that day with no problem. Bui on this approach,  increased revs on the front propellers, which was in the wrong  position, caused Ihe vessel to  increase speed.  The captain then took over  from the trainee and tried to  correct the problem by pushing  the ferry away from the dock.  But these actions weren't done  in sufficient time to prevent the  crash.  Based on the investigation,  the captain who was operating  Ihe Howe Sound Queen at the  lime received a len-day suspension.  According to Maureen Morris of the corporation, the claims  department at BC Ferries has  also been in touch with all the  people who reported injuries in  the accident.  PER WEEK  Plus Tax  Rooms  886-2804  TOBACCO IS A MUM  Protect your children.  ���jjizm^  WE'LL HELP YOU TO HELP US   ijCr\  RENOVATION v��v  SALE  CONTINUES  YAHOO1  Hitch Yer Wagon to  Big Savings  and we'll pay  the dang nab  :\  Rocffihl'Toc-W  uW  over  ,$250,000.00,  ) in stock  to move out.  $��>  Shop early for best  selection, Buckaroos...  These deals won't last!  SUMMER SUNSET  Style and distinction for today's busy lifestyles with new  Du Pont Certified STAINMASTER XTRA LIFE" carpet.  Unsurpassed resistance to matting and crushing. 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