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Array The Sunshine  J-KISLATIVEUBRARV  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  Published on the Sunshine Coast    25* per copy on news stands        February 11,1991     Volume 45      Issue 6  Gospel Rock purchase?  SCRD seeks support from Gibsons  Registered Nurse Sherry Kelly, left, runs the Planned Parenthood  clinic in Lower Gibsons with the help of volunteer Correen Bjorn-  son. ��� Joel Johnstone photo  by Rose Nicholson  A request from the Regional  District for "an expression of  interest and support for the acquisition���of one or more of  the properties owned by Valentine Lands, better known as the  Gospel Rock property, as a  regional park" was treated with  caution by Gibsons Council.  "Our official position is laid  out in our Official Community  Plan (OCP)," said Mayor Eric  Small. "It would be difficult to  take any formal position other  than that at the moment...  "This is a touchy issue. It has  been in and out of the court  several times, we must do things  very precisely.... We have to be  careful we do not back  ourselves into a corner."  Planner Rob Buchan pointed  out that "although the OCP  states that while it is to the community's interests to obtain the  maximum amount of land area  for public use, ...a portion of  the land (Blocks 6 and 7) is  suitable for development purposes. ... An expression of support could be counter to the  OCP."  In a lengthy discussion of the  implications of the word 'support', aldermen carefully attempted to outline the kind of  support they were willing to  give.  "Support or no support,"  pointed out Alderman Ed  Steeves, "we have no control  over who buys land within our  jurisdiction. If the Regional  District wishes to purchase that  land, the only jurisdiction we  have is when they want to  develop it."  "As I understand it," explained Small, "in order to put  the money together to purchase  this land, the Regional District  would be depending on money  from GO grants which would  not be available unless they (the  Regional District) were fully  supported by the Town of Gibsons."  "If the Regional District was  able to get the money  together,"   added   Alderman  Margaret Morrison, "and make  an offer to the owner of the  land, ���wouldn't that be great?  Why shouldn't we do  everything to promote such an  intent?"  Aldermen decided that they  were unwilling to commit the  town to any financial assistance  for the plan, but had "no objection to the proposed purchase  of Block 6 and 7 by the SCRD  and would entertain an application for rezoning to park on a  portion of the land."  Year 2000 forum  outlines school's program  Birth control clinic open  by Stuart Burnside  Although there may well be  those who would not make the  organization welcome, Planned  Parenthood has arrived on the  Sunshine Coast. Quietly, and  with no fanfare, the Sunshine  Coast Planned Parenthood  Clinic (SCPPC) opened its  doors four months ago in  Lower Gibsons (al the Coast-  Garibaldi Health Centre) to  provide area residents with information and assistance for  preventing and dealing with unwanted pregnancies.  Asked about the SCPPC's  philosophy, Clinic Supervisor  Sherry Kelly said, "We advocate informed decision making," which comes about, added Kelly, "through educating  clinic clients on the various  forms of birth control  available."  Kelly said the clinic's services  were available to anyone,  regardless of age or sex, and  that parental consent 'was not a  necessity. When asked about  the possibility of very young  clients seeking assistance from  the SCPPC, Kelly said, "We do  our best to make sure that those  seeking information about birth  control (if sexually active) are  sexually active of their own free  will." She noted that if clients  are young, sexually active  teenagers then it may be more  important that their lives not be  affected by an unplanned  pregnancy.  Kelly, herself a parent, said  that there are times when she  has to hold her parental feelings  in check (due to the youth-  fulness of a client), but the clinic  is not supposed to dictate  morality. "It's just to provide  information, education, and  alternatives to pregnancy."  Kelly is quick 10 slate that  providing abortions is not a  function of the SCPPC. She  noted that much of the controversy over Planned Parenthood stems from the perceived  association with American  Planned Parenthood clinics,  many of which do provide on-  site abortion services.  All clinics, according to Kelly, belong to an umbrella  organization, but clinic philosophies differ greatly from  country to country, province to  province, and even clinic to  clinic. While Canadian clinics  may recommend abortions in  special instances, not one practises the procedure on site.  As for the staffing of the  SCPPC, Kelly assured the  Coast News that, while  "volunteers are the backbone of  the clinic" there is always a  medical doctor and a registered  nurse on duty during clinic  hours; 7 to 9 pm, Thursday  evenings.  According lo Kelly, the clinic  is funded entirely through dona  tions and annual memberships  (the government stopped its  funding in 1984). She said the  annual membership of $10 was  a sign of support for the concept of Planned Parenthood as  well as support for local  facilities; $8 out of every annual  membership goes toward local  facilities.  Kelly said that she would like  to see Planned Parenthood  facilities expanded on the Coast  to include Sechelt and Pender  Harbour, but there isn't���al  present���enough funding. She  is also planning to extend the  hours of the present facility in  Gibsons (to meet an ever growing demand), but this, too, is  dependent on additional funding.  The clinic phone number is  885-7770, and Kelly pointed out  that, although the clinic is housed in the Coast-Garibaldi  Health Centre, that is the extent  of their mutual involvement.  by Joel Johnstone  What will the world be like  ten years from now and what  educational tools will students  need to survive beyond the year  2000?  These are but two of the  questions parents were asked to  consider as part of the School  District's Year 2000 Forum held  at Chatelech Secondary School  last Wednesday.  The crowd of parents and  teachers numbering well over  200 were regaled by a "recital"  from Trustee Maureen Clayton,  Administrator Clifford Smith  and Elphinstone teacher/-  counsellor Bill Forst.  They were urged to think of  the changes the world has gone  through in their lifetime, the  Ibersonal challenges they had  been called upon to face.  On that note, those in attendance were assigned to one of  four workshops, whereupon  teacher-facilitators began  discussion on the Intermediate  Year 2000 Program. This innovative project from the  Ministry of Education will alter  how students are taught, what  they are taught, and will place  more emphasis on individual  needs of students in hopes of  promoting a disposition  towards lifelong learning.  The Intermediate Program  Manual which all schools now  have contains "more questions  than answers", said facilitator  Mike Metcalfe at the workshop  attended by the Coast News.  While the manual is available  for public perusal, it is participation in the development of  the program itself that is being  emphasized.  "It is our hope that answers  are something we'll develop  cooperatively," Metcalfe said  optimistically.  Teaching strategies are being  worked out through Parent Advisory Councils (PAC's) in each  teaching community as set up  for the Primary Program in  1990. Through PAC's and  larger District Forums, such as  this one, and by the participation in questionnaires in the  manual and the polling of  parents throughout the district,  decisions will be arrived at as to  just how the Intermediate Program  will  come  into  being.  These decisions will evolve  through the accumulated input  of parents, students, district  staff, teachers and administrators.  Some teachers expressed concerns that time was not being  adequately created for teachers  to "workshop" in the same  fashion as parents. In fact,  some parents, though finding  the workshops "encouraging"  and "a great idea" also found  the time given over to them to  be brief.  "We were just getting into it  and the evening came to an  end...that's too bad," said one  of the few men in attendance.  There was a general consensus, though, that participation  in setting up a teaching program  aimed at the emotional, social,  physical, intellectual, aesthetic  and artistic development of  students is the right direction to  take education in what will be  an information and technology-  dominant era.  Marcorp mall closer  by Rose Nicholson  Gibsons Council has conditionally approved the extension  of the town's boundaries to include the Marcorp development. The matter will now be  forwarded to Ministry of  Municipal Affairs where it is expected that an internal referral  process will ultimately lead to  provincial acceptance.  At the February 5 Council  meeting, Planner Rob Buchan  recommended that aldermen  approve Marcorp's application  "on a conditional basis."  Council approved the conditions recommended by Buchan  which would require that the  water supply for the project be  supplied   from  the   Regional  District via the existing six inch  water main on Payne Road, or,  if Gibsons' water supply was used, Marcorp would be financially responsible for its upgrading.  Municipal engineers would  have to be assured that there  would be sufficient capacity in  the town's sewage and sanitary  facilities. Also required would  be an upgrade of the intersection of Highway 101 and  Pratt/Payne Road, on a 50-50  cost sharing basis between the  Ministry of Highways and the  town, with Marcorp paying the  town's share.  Marcorp will be limited lo  one access from their property  to the highway; and they will be  expected to provide a letter indemnifying the town from any  liability incurred if "subsequent  research dictates that the  Municipality should not proceed with the consummation of  the boundary extension."  Marcorp representative Mary  Lynn Nicodemus told aldermen  her company was satisfied with  the conditions laid down by  Council. She went on to say that  among the many advantages the  project would bring to the town  would be the 45000 man hours  il would take to complete the  building project, wilh most of  the work going to local crews.  When completed, the development is expected to provide 200  permanent and part-time jobs  from 30 small businesses.  Real hard news  An anonymous Coast News reporter (being unwilling to  admit she was negligent enough to leave her car lights on),  was rescued by two gallant members of the Sechelt Volunteer  Fire Department last week.  It was a stormy, dreary Sunday and with no help in sight,  these two good Samaritans appeared magically out of the  mist and rain.  A jump start was quickly and effectively administered lo  the seemingly terminal 12-volt, and the reporter went on her  way rejoicing. Many thanks guys!  "Calypso night"  The Gibsons Yacht Club will hold a fund-raising buffet  and dance on Saturday, February 16 at the Gibsons Motor  Inn. The theme will be "Calypso Night" and, appropriately,  will feature a steel band, Caribbean cuisine and dress.  The "Happy Hour" will run from 7 to 9 pm, with Ihe buffet following from 8 to 10 pm. The remainder of the evening  will be devoted to dancing���Ihe Limbo predominating,  natch!  For further information please call 886-4778 or 886-8105.  -ON THE INSIDE  Letters to the editor Page 3  Community News Pages 5 to 10  'Steel Magnolias' a hit Page 12  Coast Notice Board Page 17  NDP election hopes Page 22  The HMCS Yukon came into Gibsons Harbour list Wednesday for a turaarouid back Into Howe Sound.  -JoH Johntont photo  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  maamtM  MtttHMfiH  li I Coast News, February 11,1991  oomme  Buy the rock  The Sunshine Coast Regional District���among a couple  of other parties���is apparently mounting a serious effort  to acquire the Gospel Rock area as public parkland. We  think this is a smashing idea, albeit one a little tardy in germinating. Nevertheless we hope that somehow this project  can be realized, given the demonstrated love and affection  so many coast residents have for "the rock"���to say  nothing of ihe sensitive ecological nature of the area.  There are three crucial questions involved here. Will  developer Hayden Killam even consider selling the property���and al what asking price? Apparently no one had gotten around to asking him at this point. Second, can the  SCRD afford to purchase the land on its own? Apparently  not. Which brings us to ihe last question. Is it possible for  the SCRD, in co-operative concert with other interested  parties, to band together and make this enterprise more  than just wishful thinking?  The answer is yes. It can be done. But it will take an  enormous effort expended over a relatively short period of  time. Mr. Killam bought the land for purposes of development and one could nol expect him to sit on it on the off  chance lhat he might realize a fair profit while looking like  something akin to a hero in the bargain.  So wc urge all concerned parties to press on with this  cause with all due speed, co-operation, and a minimum of  rhetoric, parochialism and soul-searching. It's a great idea  whose time is come���and going.  Thumbs up?  There arc those huddling in the crow's nest of the B.C.  ship of siate, watching the unruly seas of economic  dislocation and recession, plaintively bleating that our province is "recession-proof."  Well, Bob Dylan once observed that you don't need a  weatherman to know which way the wind blows.  The sign of the times we're referring lo, one available to  the economics slide rule set and ordinary Joe alike, is the  startling increase in ihe number of hitchhikers to be found  thumbing it up and down Ihe coast.  For the most pan, people hitchhike due to the lack of a  car, the inability to come up with the coin needed to repair  a car, insufficient funds to insure a car, and even the want  of a fin or a sawbuck for a few litres of gas.  Few hitchhike for the sheer adventure of it anymore. So  aside from slopping to offer a ride 10 some deserving soul  when the liming is right, one might give a thought to the  fact that each and every hitchhiker is a living, breathing  rebuke to those of the political Limousine Class who claim  as ihey tool along in recession-proof comfort:  "You've never had it so good!"  -from our files ���  We Remember When  S YEARS AGO  The eventual logging of the southwest face of Mount  Elphinstone came under the scrutiny of Gibsons' planner Rob Buchan who is concerned that increased run off  due to logging upslope could endanger the proposed  Gibsons bypass.  The slopes are now re-grown with valuable second  growth fir which will be close to 100 years old by the  time it is logged.  10 YEARS AGO  "This building Is a tribute to the council and the town  of Sechelt," said Mayor Bud Koch, pictured in the Coast  News at the official opening of the new Municipal Mall  on the occasion of Sechelt's 25th anniversary.  Stuart Lefeaux, Parks consultant to the Sunshine  Coast Regional District, presented the completed  Regional Parks Study to the regional board last Thursday night and warned the board: "If you're going to  leave any heritage for your children, you have to move  now because it's going crazy."  20 YEARS AGO  Under the new presidency of Larry Labonte the Gibsons and District Chamber of Commerce offered their  support to organizations involved in combatting the  drug menace in this area.  30 YEARS AGO  A house built In 1912 by the founder of Gibsons Landing, George Gibson, situated next to the Coast News  office, was put to the torch on advice from council for  the practice of fireflghting by local volunteer firemen.  40 YEARS AGO  Port Mellon, a pulp and paper manufacturing town  complete with plant, has been sold to Canadian Forest  Products. BC Bridge and Dredging Company Ltd. are  now renovating and preparing the plant for operation  and the opening Is set for May.  More than B0 lots owned by Union Steamship Company will be turned back to acreage according to a company spokesman. Stretching out from the Sechelt  Tearoom to Norm Burley's property, the reversion will  cancel out the area known as Teredo Street.  The Sunshine  mm mm  Pubii.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor:  Jan Michael Sherman Advent.Ing   ,'ran Burnside  Rose Nicholson John Gilbert  Joel Johnstone Jean Broccoli  Stuart Burnside  Production Jan Schuks  Jackie Phelan  Bill Rogers  Ella Warner  The 8UNSHINE COAST NEWS Is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, BC every Monday by Stanford  Prase Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0. Gibsons 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt 885-3930; Gibsons Fax 886-7725; Sechelt Fax  885-3954. Second Class Mall Registration No. 4702.  The SUNSHINE COAST NEWS Is protected by copyright and  reproduction of any part of It by any means Is prohibited unless  permission In writing is first secured from Qlistford Prats Ltd.,  holders of the copyright.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: 1 Y..r US; e Monlha 130; Foreign 1 Year 140  Office    Anne Thomsen  Dee Grant  Like Butch and Sundance  Nine months ago almost to  the day, I caught sight of this  squiggly finger of coastline called the Sunshine Coast for the  first time, and for reasons only  partially available to my conscious processes, now seems the  right moment to reflect briefly*  on what has gone since.  I was elated and petrified  ���often simultaneously���as  Denise and I trekked north  from LA in our two-car caravan  cum kcnnel-on-wheels. After 20  years hunkered down at  Ground Zero of a megalopolis,  1 was in the midst of up-rooting  and relocating to a place whose  total population was smaller  than our community of North  Hollywood which, itself, was  scarcely a raisin in the pudding  sprawl called Lotus Land by the  cynical.  To compound my existential  terror, I was committing my  foreseeable future to a place, an  environs upon which I had  never set eyes���not even via a  post card. Denise had spent  roughly eight hours sussing out  the Coast on her own, and so I  was in the position Butch and  Sundance found themselves  when, shaking in their boots  atop that cliff with the posse  thundering up from behind,  they had nothing to draw on but  faith.  They jumped and so did I. It  was probably harder for them  than it was for me. Denise and I  have been saddle partners long  enough to pretty much intuit  what we'll both like or be turned off by, while Butch and the  Kid had barely sorted out their  living arrangements with  (Catherine Ross by the time they  were cut down in that hail of  bullets.  So when Denny told me how  beautiful, how damn near  perfect the Coast was, I had no  trouble believing her. When she  said she knew���somehow,  don't ask���that I'd be okay  with the biblical rations of rain  the area was (arguably) blessed  with, I wobbled slightly, but  believed. And when she swore  that our second major purchase  upon moving to the Coast  would be a boat���I jumped off  that internal precipice and  straight into the most delightful  and disconcerting phase of  culture shock I'd experienced  since first moving to Los  Angeles from Toronto back in  '69.  What many people seem not  to appreciate is that culture  shock can be���and usually  is���both positive and negative,  with the polarities often being  wickedly intermixed. The  'locals' motion appears quaintly  slowed to an amble, something  that brings a smile of appreciation to the soul of the citified  newcomer. That is, until he or  she feels the old addictive tug of  the artificially over-stimulated  urban adrenaline asserting itself  and suddenly rendering the neat  old dude putting along in front  of you���an obstacle. A frustration.  It is claimed that babies and  cubs of all species are wrought  so unspeakably adorable to help  ensure their survival and well-  being. The wonder and magnetism of the very young is a  very serious form of protection.  And the young inevitably pay  the price, but hopefully not until they've gained their sea legs.  The same seems to hold true  for the particular kind of  culture shock I, and I would imagine others, have experienced  subsequent to moving to this  most alluring, captivating in-  terpenetration of land and  water.  It is a euphoria plain and  simple���if, indeed, there is such  a beast���which grips one upon  arrival on the Sunshine Coast.  A euphoria which temporarily  blinds one to many realities  which must ultimately become  apparent, that is unless one has  come here only for a brief sojourn.  This euphoria is not solely induced by the ambience of the  Coast, by the cornucopia of  Nature's treats for the senses, or  the still amazingly rural pace of  many of the resident folk. No,  this euphoria is also compounded of one's own personal  dreams, imaginings, expectations, and needs.  I needed to believe that I  would somehow cast off and  leave behind me in Los Angeles  those aspects of myself I didn't  especially care for; strip down  and stroll in to the promised  land of Gibsons, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Pender Harbour,  Egmont and points even further  north naked as a jaybird and  cleansed to the point where I  was again a small child drinking  in the wonder.  But not having to make a living. Not having to wrestle with  those nasty, irascible Jan  Michael Shermans who seemed  to disappear completely the moment I set foot on the ferry,  scrambled to the upper deck,  and promptly was seized by the  most inexplicable desire to jump  up onto the rail, spread my  arms, and launch myself  straight out.  Just like Butch and Sundance.  How do I love thee?  ��  How do I love thee? let me count the ways,  I love thee to the depth and breadth and height  My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight  For the ends of Being and ideal Grace.  I love thee to the level of every day's  Most quiet need, by sun and candle-light.  I love thee freely, as men strive for right;  I love thee purely, as they turn from praise.  I love thee with the passion put to use  In my old griefs, and with my childhood's faith.  I love thee with a love I seemed to lose  With my lost saints���I love thee with the breath.  Smiles, tears, of all my life!���and, if God choose,  I shall but love thee better after death.  Elizabeth Barrett Browning  In A Nutshell  Smooth talking specialist  by S. Nutter  The other day on the radio I  heard my first 'Speech Pathologist'. This was not the same  as hearing one's first corncrake  or rosy breasted til, but it  registered.  I guess I had heard the term  before but had supposed that  this type of specialist would be  caught up with concerns about  stutterers or people struck  dumb with traumas or whatever. Not so this speech  pathologist. He was all caught  up with concerns about politics.  He did make it clear, mind  you, that he was non-partisan.  A non-partisan political enthusiast. A bird that is of quite a  different feather. All this came  clear, sort of, when he talked of  politics as being cut up into two  parts: 'content' and 'presentation'.  This 'content' he spoke of in  a quite denigrating way I  thought, and indeed he referred  to it as little as he could  manage. He came out in fact  with a Harper's Magazine type  statistic, saying that he had  heard from 'L.A.* (Los Angeles  is apparently a center of speech  pathology) that in North  America today 'content' is less  than 20 per cent of politics and  'presentation' is all the rest. He  was obviously quite happy with  this idea.  What he does obviously, with  all his professional lore, is coach  aspiring, and indeed, leading  politicians in precisely how to  make out with the 80 per cent of  politics which is untrammelled,  it seems, by any problem of  'content'.  A happy man, you might expect, if you come to think of it.  You don't have to write the  speeches, just tell these lads how  to enunciate, how to breathe in  an apparently natural manner,  how to know where is camera  two, how to project that gleam  in the eye at the right moment,  how not to wave their arms as if  they were drowning etc.  Nice, clean, 'professional'  type stuff right? Nothing to do  with the script (the so-called  'content'). That's only 20 per  cent after all. Keep your  shoulders straight but not stiff.  Work every morning at your  mirror to get an intelligent look  in your eye.  This particular expert I  heard, a jovial chap, was on  early morning CBC radio. I had  it on as usual as background for  starting up a new day, and so  missed his name and any particular reason he may have had  for being on. However, it was  the morning after our Premier  had delivered his well publicized  'State of the Province' address,  followed by a 45 minute  'meeting with the Press'.  I had been, not just  dismayed, but really absolutely  appalled by this performance,  both on the part of our Premier,  but also by our Press. I expect  that anyone who reads this page  will   have  seen  this  almost  ultimate gaucherie. Really, is it  possible not to feel ashamed?  When it trickled through to  me that this jolly guru type I  was half listening to on the  radio was in fact talking about  this disaster of the night before,  I got the impression that he was  some kind of a mentor of our  Premier, and possibly of other  leading politicians of different  stripes.  He was being asked how he  would 'mark' the Premier on  his performance, and the implication was strong that he  would do this as a teacher to a  student. How would he mark  him then on rhetoric and  general professional presentation flim-flammery?  Well he received, you see,  very good marks, and the Press  too; which just goes to show  you, or me at any rate, that between certain professionals and  this particular layman there exists a probably unbridgeable  rift.  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  %iii^^0gr  mm Coast News, February 11,1991  ^LettetL. to* ttu, CdJtot Nobodv's Per,ect  Reasoned case made for passenger ferry  Editor:  I've been distressed, over the  last few months, at the loud  voices of our local politicians,  raised in opposition to a  passenger-only ferry service  from the Sunshine Coast to  Vancouver.  An argument that I frequently hear is that "people want to  take their cars". Well, no doubt  they do.  As a regular commuter, I  often find myself looking for  some excuse to take my car. We  all like the comfort and convenience of our own vehicles.  However, one of the major environmental and economic problems of the Lower Mainland is  that there are too many cars on  the roads there.  It won't help solve any of the  Lower Mainland's problems if,  as demanded by many Coast  politicians, we have an  augmented car ferry service that  dumps even more cars onto the  overcrowded streets of the  Lower Mainland.  People of the Sunshine Coast  are obviously concerned about  our environment. The few  recycling facilities that exist are  heavily used. Any attempt by  public agencies or industries to  use pesticides or other potentially obnoxious chemicals is  resisted to the full. Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper is constantly  scrutinized by the public to  make sure it is meeting its environmental responsibilities.  We agonize over the need for  clear-cut logging, even though  many of our friends and  neighbours depend on logging  for their livelihoods. All this is  probably as it should be.  I find it very hard to believe  politicians' claims that these  same people would refuse to use  a passenger-only ferry, and that  they demand the right to take  even more polluting, space-  hogging vehicles into the Lower  Mainland.  Obviously, there are concerns  to be met. More planning is  needed. Where should a passenger ferry land on the Sunshine  Coast? I'd like to see it near my  place, in Langdale. Others  would probably like to see it  farther up the Coast. In fact  though, why couldn't it have a  couple of terminals? Couldn't  there be a morning commuter  run that picks people up  somewhere in the Sechelt area,  makes a stop in the Gibsons-  Langdale area and then heads  for Bowen Island?  I wonder also if a commuter  ferry couldn't make a couple of  stops in Burrard Inlet. Perhaps  there could be one at the North  Shore Seabus terminal and one  at   the   downtown   terminal.  Public transportation from the  Seabus terminals is pretty good.  Certainly commuters like myself, who normally catch a bus  in Horseshoe Bay, would be no  worse off catching one from a  Seabus terminal.  Then it, or course, the issue  of cost.  Terminals would have to be  built or modified, and I find it  hard to believe that the service  could operate without subsidy.  But why not subsidy? The car  ferries are heavily subsidized.  BC Ferries is about to spend  what I can only assume will be  hundreds of thousands of  dollars to build more parking in  Horseshoe Bay. The fares we  pay for buses from Horseshoe  Bay to Vancouver don't even  cover half the actual cost of  running them. Those of us who  drive our cars from Horseshoe  Bay get an invisible subsidy  through road maintenance  costs, costs of policing the  highways, medical costs incurred through pollution-related illnesses, and on and on.  Perhaps some of these subsidies would be more efficiently  spent on a passenger ferry.  We'll always need the car  ferry. I take a car across myself,  more frequently than I should.  I'd take my car a lot less,  though, if there was a good  passenger ferry service.  Peter A. Ronning  Editor:  1 would like to express my  disappointment upon reading  the January 28 issue Coast  News. Enclosed in a box on  your cover page is a very nice  picture of our new paper  machine along with one of our  employees. However, the article  which falls beneath, and appears inside the same box, has  absolutely nothing to do with  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper.  This mill does not do "open  pit burning". However, to a  reader who is unfamiliar with  our organization it would appear that we are and have been  Doing double-burn  for some time "open pit burning". Normally these two articles appearing on the same  page would not be a problem,  but when they are presented in  this manner it is extremely  misleading to the public.  Clarification of the association noted above should be  made in your next publication.  D.J. Stuart  Mill Manager  Howe Sound Pulp  and Paper Ltd.  Editor's Note: An unfortunate  error  in  layout  led   to  the  misleading juxtaposition. Please  accept our apologies.  Not proud to be Canadian  Editor:  I'm not proud to be a Canadian at this moment in history. I  believe that our government's  decision in committing our  armed forces to an aggressive  role in the present Gulf crisis  was wrong. But, I am proud to  have chosen as my home a community that supports a  newspaper like the Coast News.  In publishing the letters from  Mac Richardson, C.F. Beeman,  and Robert S. Rodvik, as well  as the report from the peace  committee in Jordan, you are  providing a vehicle for those of  us who challenge "news" from  US media sources.  I respect the opinions of  readers like Mr. Hovestad who  decry the invasion of Kuwait  with the accompanying human  rights violations. But I ask, why  Kuwait, if il is nol because oil  interests are at stake? Why was  Shame on war protesters  there no aggressive move from  the US when Indonesia invaded  East Timor or when China annexed Tibet? When have wc  ever had a report from ihe US  media about the Nicaraguan  babies who died because the US  government slopped the shipment of pans for medical equipment in Nicaraguan hospitals?  This is a conflict lhal can  make ihe most lofty of idealists  cynical.  Shirley Hall  Editor:  This is the second time I've  read in the Pender Harbour column of the Coast News that it's  a good time now to burn the  brush you have in your yard.  This person must be living a  hundred years back, when the  houses were very far apart and  no one would notice the smoke.  In recent years, great effort is  being put forth to keep  pollutants out of the air���for  people's own good.  When a beautiful spring day  comes, why spoil it with smoke?  You can do other things with  the brush. I believe that those  people who make brush fires  want to choke and kill their  neighbours. Is that you?  ViTyner  Editor:  Re: Letter, January 21,  "Satan is laughing." What utter  nonsense, from a teacher yet.  The US, Canada and other  countries held talks with Saddam. All failed, he is a Hitler,  look what he did to his own Iraqi Kurds, he gassed villages of  children and babies.  Now we have crowds of people, crawling out of the woodwork, under the guise of peace,  they are causing riots, blocking  traffic and camping in Government buildings. What they are  really doing is selling  newspapers. Our Canadians in  the Gulf are reading this, so  much for your support.  I was angry with a remark  that Canada's involvement in  this war will tarnish Canada's  image as peacemakers. I  wouldn't say that with the FLQ  crisis, the Oka crisis and the bad  blood in Quebec re: separation,  that Canada is a peace loving  nation.  I would say use all the hours  of peace marching, get off the  streets and do something  positive. We have street kids,  homeless, drug and alcohol problems that need volunteers.  Put the media hype on the  back shelf and proudly support  our forces in the Gulf. Shame  on you thai don't.  Rita Diraddo  Halfmoon Bay  Lube, Oil,  Filter  (INCLUDES GST);  Y ALL THROUGH FEBRUARY  FREE Chassis Inspection  Some imported oil filters may cost extra  SECHELT SHELL SERVICE  Meeting regardless  ���|S<90  Tmnheaci  iiw>/^o'��g3fc OUR  PRICE  WILL  Editor:  We received a letter from the  Forestry office in Powell River  saying that no one from either  the Powell River or Sechelt offices is available to attend the  community meeting on  February 13 regarding logging  in the Roberts Creek watershed,  but the "Concerned Coast.  Residents" have decided to go  ahead with the meeting in the  Roberts Creek Hall as planned.  We urge all those with interests or concerns about logging practices to attend the  meeting to hear the alternative  proposals we have given to  Forestry, share their viewpoints  and to decide as a community  where we go next on this issue.  If you are unable to attend  the meeting, you can send a letter to: Barry Mountain, District  Manager, Sunshine Coast  Forest   District,   Ministry  of  ' HcMLir coin laMiMinr  wmsws^smme   �������*��� ���^vitwm  to-  Svwt 1f*u  Forests,   7077   Duncan   St.,  'Powell River, BC, V8W lWI.  Donna Shugar  for Concerned Coast  Residents  Rave  review  Editor:  Rave reviews to the six stars  of "Steel Magnolias". I didn't  realize we had such talent on the  Sunshine Coast.  It was brilliant and beautifully done. From two loyal fans.  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February has been declared "Cable Vision Month" by Gibsons Council, and Carl Bobardl of Coast  Cablevlslon appeared before the body last week and gave a short history of the company's 20 years of  service to the Sunshine Coast. ���JodJotmtoM photo  ����*���ci,bk  Her creek runneth over  by Janice Leighton, 806-3541  A thunderous maze of white  water now flows in my sweet  water creek where there is usually eddies and riffles. Torrential  warm rains have melted the  snow and both are now competing in a great flowing race to  the sea. The power is evident by  the sound of the roar. The  waters in areas have grabbed for  the land, washing leaves and  needles along and seeking to expose roots clinging for dear life.  This is common weather here in  the winter.  News from a neighbour up  creek, has made me aware of an  individual running a skidder  through Joe Smith Creek (and  two other creekbeds close by) in  his zeal to clearcut the trees on  his 10 acre parcel. Since there  are no regulations locally for  logging on private property, our  watersheds are extremely  vulnerable to abuse. Not only  are creeks being physically  deformed but gas, hydraulic  fluid, and oil spills further compromise water purity.  There are currently 22 water  license holders on Joe Smith  Creek, enough to qualify it to  be designated a community  watershed. Doing so adds  strength to efforts to protect it.  If you are drawing water from a  creek, it is extremely important  at this time to register for a  water license at the local  government office.  The watersheds around  Flume, Clough and Wilson  creeks are scheduled to be clear-  cut this spring. Maps of the  cutblocks will be on display at  the Roberts Creek Library until  Tuesday, February 12. The  group Forest Watch will be  discussing alternatives to clear-  cutting at the meeting Wednesday, February 13, at 8 pm, at  the Hall. A horse logger is  scheduled to speak.  BEAVERS IN THE CREEK  First and second grade boys  who want to join Scouts now  have the opportunity of becom-  Town of Gibsons  PUBLIC HOTICE  All groups or individuals who wish to arrange for the  use of ball fields, at Brothers' Park or Cliff Gilker  Park this season, are invited to attend a meeting on  Wednesday, February 20,1991, at 7:30 p.m. In the  Council Chamber of the Gibsons Municipal Hall at  474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons. At that meeting a  schedule will be arranged which will allow the  greatest possible number of groups to play on the  fields.  ing a Roberts Creek Beaver.  Two leaders are eager to start  and wish to meet with the  parents of prospective Beavers  this Wednesday, February 13,  at 7 pm, in the small community  use room at the school. If  meeting is impossible, call Linda at 886-3165 for information.  LEGION NEWS  There will be a Valentine's  Dance at the Legion Friday,  February 15, at 8:30 pm. The  Wild Deuces are playing and  there will be prizes and spot  dances. Hope you can join in  the fun.  A special thank you to all the  ladies for their wonderful donations to the bake sale at the  Winter Blues Fair on January  27.  Friday meals at the Legion  are now $6 a plate while the  Saturday steak dinner has been  reduced to $7 a plate.  ARTHRITIS  The Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit is offering a six week  course on arthritis self management. The course is two hours a  week on Monday evenings starting February 25 or Thursday  afternoons starting February  28. Instructors have been trained by the Arthritis Association  of Vancouver. For more infr  mation, call 886-7900.  LIBRARY NOTES  Have you finished reading all  your Christmas gift books?  Come to the library to see the  ones we bought for you in  December. We added 24 new  books to the adult shelves and  some fine additions to the  children's collection too.  We are particularly proud to  announce the accession of the  two volume 'Birds of B.C.' set,  the definitive reference book for  aspiring ornithologists and also  a visual delight. In non-fiction  there is also Peter Ackroyd's  fine biography, 'Dickens' and  Jane Goodall's riveting,  'Through a Window', describing her 30 amazing years with  the chimpanzees of Gombe.  Annual Framing  Poster <& Reproduction Sale  Liz  Mitten Ryan  Brent  Heighton  '    'we* ���*'        *      **"  a,    j   '   w.,      -aaaa^f^  . rafs%sssep^\.  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Mermaid Salad  The winning combination of  our own homemade pasta  and delightful seafood.  MMM...DELICIOUS!    100 gms  99��  Find our  Flyer  this week and every week  inside  The Sunshine  ���THIS WEEKi  standing rib roast  Cut from Canada Grade "A" beef,  Bone In  kg. 7.67 lb.  3.48  i  r it mmmaMwtm  fett*^  te^ttAAf 6.  Coast News, February 11,1991  SECHELT SCENARIO  Hospital Auxiliary to meet  High tea and love songs provided a pleasant Sunday afternoon  entertainment for a packed house al the Arts Centre. Accompanied by pianist Ailsa Zaenker, Vancouver Opera singers Shana  White and Wiliam Kelly sang well known love songs from Mozart  and from the operettas 'The Merry Widow', 'Fiddler on the Roof  and 'Porgy and Bess'. ���Rose Nicholson photo  Seniors' counsellor speaks  by Margaret Watt, MS-3364  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Sechelt Branch, invites all  members and friends to their  monthly meeting on Thursday,  February 14, at 1:30 pm, in St.  Hilda's Hall. Come out and  meet the new committee: president, Erika Wright; vice-  president, Peggi Gallo;  secretaries, Phyllis Oszust and  Charlotte Copeland; treasurer,  Mary Bannerman; executive officer, Doris Gower; publicity,  Marlis Knaus. Annual subscriptions are now due. If you like,  you may leave the money at  Bobbie's Shoes in the Mall.  FREE WORKSHOPS  Capilano College is offering  two workshops this spring  which are free of charge. The  first one, Time Management,  runs for five Fridays, from 9 am  to 10:30 am, February 22  through March 22. This  workshop teaches you how to  analyze your time use,  familiarize yourself with  organizational techniques and  develop strategies for long and  short term goals.  The   second   one,   Stress  Awareness and Relaxation  Techniques, also runs for five  Fridays, from It am to 12:30  pm, February 22 through  March 22, and it will help you  discover how stress affects your  body and will introduce you to  easy-to-learn relaxation techniques. For more information on  these or other courses at  Capilano College, the college is  now open from 9 am to 7 pm,  Monday to Thursday, and 9 am  to 4 pm on Fridays. Or you can  call 88S-93I0.  THE WINNERS  The winners of the Sun-  coaster Magazine writing contest will be announced on  Wednesday, February 13, at the  regular monthly meeting of the  Writers' Forge. The meeting  starts at 7:30 pm in the dining  room of the Rockwood Lodge.  There were two categories in the  contest, fiction and non-fiction,  with prizes of over $300 offered.  CONCERNED CITIZENS  The next meeting of the  District of Sechelt Concerned  Citizens Association will be held  on Tuesday, February 12, at  7:30 pm, at Greenecourt with  Bob Graham chairing. Items on  the agenda will include RCMP  coverage, pollution of Porpoise  Bay, road maintenance policy,  bike/walking paths, district  draft budget, noise bylaw and  environmental concerns. For  more information, call Gina at  885-2687.  IF CREMATION IS  YOUR CHOICE  WHY NOT PREPLAN  YOUR  FUNERAL NEEDS?  Does your family know what your personal feelings are about  your funeral needs? Of course. It's natural everyone wants to  avoid talking about his or her funeral arrangements before their  lime. However, people's attitudes are refreshingly more open lo  dealing wilh these matters as we quickly approach Ihe 1990s.  Today, people are preplanning their personal funeral preference  for Ihe benefit of their loved ones. Show your family and loved  ones how much you care by preplanning your wishes now.  Devlin Funeral Home and the Sunshine Coast Crematorium  Ixilh provide this service free of charge, so don't pul off Ihis important task. Call us today for further inlormation.  WE HAVE ALL THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE  FOR YOUR NEEDS  Contact Din Devlin al 886-9551 today regardinK PREPLANNING.  Ik  run.rol  Anociolion  579 Seaview Rd ���  Box 648  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9551  by Lauralee Solli, 88S-5212  1 was returning from Vancouver after a day of rain, rain  and more rain, and wasn't looking forward lo slopping to pick  up our mail.  Usually after a lot of rain there  is a lake in from of the Westly  Road mail boxes. Bui lo and  behold, no lake. Instead, the  hole was filled in with sand.  Thank you whoever you are!  COMMUNITY ASSOC.  A reminder of the Davis  Bay/Wilson Creek Community  Association monthly meeting  being held at I pm on Tuesday,  February 12 (tomorrow). Be  sure lo bring lots of questions  for our guest who is a seniors'  counsellor.  SYLVIA  ** ^ 1  Make the Sylvia part  of your Vancouver adventure...  Single from $47    Double from $55  Featuring "Sylvia's Restaurant & Bistro"  Urn  Kl������, i ,,���,���,,,���.,  INI  Ikl  ( OMIM SIM   IIKI \k  \sl     during vnur -l.n nilh us'  ,.,Overlooking Vancouver's English Bay  On the Beach at 1154 Gilford 681-9321  CRAFT & FLEA MARKET  The phone number to book  tables is 885-2098, the date is  Saturday, March 16 at the  Wilson Creek Hall.  WEIGHT CONTROL  Western Weight Controllers  is a non-profit organization  which exists to encourage people to lose weight sensibly and  maintain their goal. Yearly costs  are affordable, there are  awards, conventions, games,  contests and weekly prizes. No  special food is required.  There are three branches on  the Sunshine Coast which hold  regular weigh-ins, two in the  evening, one during the day.  For information about the  branch meeting in Davis Bay on  Thursdays, call Joan a<  885-2098.  We have two members in the  Interior who are men. Don't be  shy, if you are male or female  and need to lose at least 10  pounds or more���join us!  TEENS* SOCIAL CLUBS  If you are a teenager (you  don't have to live in Davis Bay)  there are now two groups for  you. One is at the Sunshine  Coast Gospel Church which  meets on Fridays, the other is  Catch 16 which will be meeting  at the Scout Hall. They are just  starting up now.  I will have more details in my  next column.  tt  BANK OF MONTREAL &  NESBITT THOMSON  flD  are  pleased to invite you to attend a presentation  "RRSP'S  & THE NEW PENSIO?  ST RULES"  i  Wednesday, February 13, 1991  ai  Gibsons Motor Inn  Sunshine Coast Highway  Gibsons, B.C.  6:30 - 8:30 p.m.  -  Refreshments Served  Reservation Required  Wendi Wong      1-800-663.0242  or Bobbj Huigsloot     886-2216  tils year's H C //rime sborr - the bigfpi m Western Canada -  mil be truly Inspiring it offers vou a wealth of new Ideas and  the latest products arid Innutritions lo enhance aim beautify your home.  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For your ntxt hair etyle bo aura to contact  Bait, Victoria, Lola, Chrlatlna or Flora  ��� Waxing legs & eyebrows  ��� Nail Tips  ��� Hair Cuts & Styling  ��� Manicurs  ��� Full Wedding  ServlC68: - from planning to  Honeymoon departure  - silk flowers  ��� head pieces  ��� hall decoration  ��� wedding day In-home service  PERM  SPECIAL  &0i  10%  LANDING  UNISEX HAIR DESIGN  Appointments not always necessary  Gib.on.Land.no OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  886-3816 Coast News, February 11,1991  GOLDEN LIFELINES  History of St. Valentine's Day  by Joyce Ostry  You could pin a bay leaf to  your pillow, and, it's said, you  would meet the love of your  life-or the first man (or woman)  seen on St. Valentine's Day  becomes the love you wish for.  The eighties saw people announcing their affections in  newspaper ads. Something like  the gents of the 15th century,  who drew names and wore the  lady's name on his clothing on  St. Valentine's Day.  Back in the pre-Christian  Roman times, a sort of pagan  love lottery took place. On the  festival of Lupercalia, an urn  was set up in the village square  where the young maidens dropped their names, printed on parchment, into the urn. The  Roman swains drew out a name  and the resulting match called  for a year of dating. This was  done on February 15.  The town fathers decided to  tone down the revels, and the  Christians moved the feast day  to February 14, a day on which  a bishop named Valentine was  beheaded in 270 AD. The urn  remained, much like the early  grade school box in which we  dropped our valentine cards.  Does all of this mean that we  can lose our heads on February  14 like the good Bishop?  The first paper valentine has  been traced to 16th century  England while the first printed  valentine seems to have been the  frontispiece of The Valentine  Writer, a book of verses printed  in 1669 to help the tongue-tied  phrase their declarations of  love.  In the 1700's, another book  of verse for the love smitten was  printed, entitled "The Young  Man's Valentine Writer" and it  was followed a few years later  by a book for young ladies.  Homemade cards of the  1700's were real works of art,  painted, pin-pricked, lacy cut-  work with hand-lettered flowery  sentiments in verse.  The commercial valentines  came into being about 1800 with  hand-painted copper plates,  wood cuts, then lithographs and  some with ornate frames.  In the 1840's, a young college  student from Worcester,  Massachusetts, received a lacy  paper valentine from England.  Esther Howland was so impressed that she decided to  create her own cards. She opened a plant in her home town  where she and her assistants  pasted hearts, flowers and  doves on embossed blanks she  imported from Germany. She  has the title of Mother of the  Greeting Card Industry.  The frilly cards were replaced  with mechanical cards made in  Germany and these were quite  popular around the turn of the  century.  Today's traditions lean more  toward chocolate, with the newly rediscovered aphrodisiacal  charms or colorful spring  flowers as declarations of love  and friendship.  The greeting card industry  should thank Esther Howland  for starting an industry that has  the biggest sales on St. Valentine's Day.  Knock on a heart���send a  valentine to a friend!  There is one thing we have to  get serious about, and that is  Crafts! There is nothing chiseled in stone that says a woman  should be crafts chairwoman  ���chairman���chairperson. An  accommodation could be made  by having a man chair this position and then there could be two  co-chairs���one for the women's  end, and a man for the carpentry side. Anything that meets  the need. There has to be someone in charge, the keeper of  the keys, or we won't be having  crafts any more. This is one task  where you can get on the job  training.  On Wednesday, February 13,  Powell River Seniors' Branch  will be our guests for lunch and  the Regional Meeting. Our  regular meeting will be  February  21,   with  a  guest  speaker from Hospice.  The President Dinner will be  held on Saturday evening,  February 23. Ham and  scalloped potatoes will be served. Tickets are for sale from  Patti 885-7792 or Len at  885-2878.  We have a new raffle, 50  cents each or three for one  dollar.  The prizes are: first, scatter  mat; second, two children's TV  cushions; and third, leaded picture.  The Arthritis Self-  Management group on the  Coast will have Karen Jordon as  a facilitator for a workshop  with groups from the Gibsons  area at the Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit in Gibsons,  February 25 to February 28.  The same workshop will be in  Sechelt at the Community  Health some time in March.  Phone Gibsons 886-7900 or  Sechelt 885-2677.  Dwayne Balon, Patrick Underwood, aad Jim Cooper, (left to  right) representing Bayside Sawmills ia Port Mellon, accept a chip  quality award from Don Stuart, (right) manager of Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper.  Bayside delivered the best quality chip* to Howe Sound Pulp and  Paper of all suppliers in 1990. Chip quality, especially low bark  content, is an important factor in manufacturing high quality pulp.  r     lamaaMENTPLAN^tT  For information on Retirement Planning, Registered  Retirement Savings (RRSP), and Retirement Income Options  Call...  HALFMOON BAY HAPPENINGS  Welcome beach dinner  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ��� Retirement Planning       ��� Employee Benefit Plans  ��� Life & Disability Insurance Planning  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 8 years'  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS  * Mutual fundi licence ��nn Aicoi Financial Service* Lid  TELEPHONE        8M.9111  TOLL FREE: 1400-773-2051  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  You can treat your favourite  valentine to a good night out on  Saturday, February 16, at  Welcome Beach Hall. Enjoy a  good homemade spaghetti dinner followed by dancing to the  music of our own local DJ, Bill  Vorley. The only stipulation is  that tickets must be picked up  by Wednesday, February 13.  Make your reservations by calling either Grace at 885-9269 or  Franz at 885-4590.  SARGEANT BAY  The Sargeant Bay Society is  kept busy making plans for the  Nature Park which will enhance  this particularly beautiful area.  Drawings are nearing completion for a project that will make  a section of Colvin Creek accessible to coho, as it has good  spawning habitat for this  species, according to the Advisor for the Salmonid  Enhancement. Program.   In  these days of troubled times and  problems it is good to know that  there are some who care and  who work at these environment-  saving projects.  AT THE SCHOOL  The pupils of Halfmoon Bay  School are thoroughly enjoying  the swimming lessons at the  Pender Pool. There are also big  plans ahead for a dance one  afternoon in the near future for  Grades 4 to 7.1 wonder if boys  are still as shy about asking girls  to dance at that age. Who  knows!  ARE YOU A WINNER?  Those of you who entered the  Writers' Forge Writing Contest  should try to be at the meeting  on Wednesday, February 13, in  the dining room of the  Rockwood Centre. Winners of  the cash prizes will be announced. Meeting starts at 7:30 pm  and everyone will be welcome.  GARBAGE  It's quite amazing to see how  many Redrooffs residents are  still leaving plastic garbage bags  outside for pickup instead of  solid containers. It is such an  eyesore to see the garbage  strewn all over the place.  LET ME KNOW  If your organization has  plans or projects which you  would like made known, please  give me a call in the evenings  and we'll see that you get the  publicity you deserve.  Also, there must be lots of  wee new babies arriving in the  Halfmoon Bay area. We'd love  to hear about them and pass on  the news. Likewise, if you have  a friend in the hospital to whom  you would like to send a  greeting, please let us know.  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  PASTIMES.  A TOY STORE-  Next to Talewind Books    885-9309  LKtAl to  DESIGNS THAT  COMMUNICATE  Every job In our studio begins wltb a blank  sheet ol paper and a pencil. As the concept  begins lo emerge and take shape all that  finally remains is a design lhal performs one  primary (unction - il communicates a  message... Ihe client's message.  Al Glassford Press Design Studios the major  task lor all ol our work is lo successfully  transmit Ihe client's message to the  marketplace If you have a job thai needs lo be  done, we can make sure your target audience  hears about It, We offer expert services in the  fields ol advertising, corporate communications,  book design, direct mail, logos and corporate  identily programmes.  So tap into our experience, knowledge and  skills which can produce the special results  you require. We will make you visible.  Call 886-2622 and let us focus the eyes of  the marketplace on you. Coast News, February 11,1991  community news  HARBOUR WATCH  Hagenlund offers hummingbird show  ?    *     by Jacalyn Vincent, M3-2840  The next meeting for the  Wildlife Society will be on  February 19, in the elementary  school. Everyone is welcome!  The speaker this month is none  other than Gunnar Hagenlund  of Powell River. His outstanding photographs of hummingbirds were featured in the  Beautiful British Columbia  magazine last year. Mr.  Hagenlund will speak about and  show slides of hummingbirds  and other wonders of nature on  the Sunshine Coast.  Bring your coffee mug and  enjoy some of Edith's cookies!  Ideas will be welcomed about a  proposed bird watching field  day that the Sechelt Marsh  Society would like to hold in  Pender Harbour. Folks can also  bring old blankets, towels,  sleeping bags, etc. This would  be useful for the Wildlife  Rehabilitation Centre in Halfmoon Bay. There, the sick and  injured wildlife are rescued,  cared for and released.  MUSIC SOCIETY  The next event sponsored by  the Pender Harbour Music  Society is "Words and Music",  an evening at the music school  located in Madeira Park. In the  candlelight atmosphere, pop  standards will be played by the  Les Fowler Trio, along with  new poetry written by some of  our local poets.  This year, reading their own  poetry will be Melissa Charbon-  neau, first-time reader Betty  Scott, and some poets that you  already know, Colleen Fielder,  Theresa Kishkan and Jay Hamburger. These evenings have  proven to be a great hit. Tickets  will be available soon at Miss  Sunny's in Madeira Park. Purchase price will be $5 and $6.  "Words and Music" begins at  7:30 pm, February 22. For more  information, please phone Colleen Fielder, 883-2174.  HYDRAULIC DERRICK?  If you would like to voice  your opinion either way, this  petition is posted outside the  wharfinger office and the  Fisheries and Oceans office in  Madeira Park. The petition  reads as follows: Harbour users  of Madeira Park public dock,  High school confidential  by Chris Jackson  Well, what is going on at  Chatelech anyway? Those kids  must be doing something, bul  what? Well, let's all find out  what goes on at the top of that  very steep hill that looks over  Sechelt like an Eagle.  For starters, on January 29,  the Grade 8 elective rotations  went into full effect. If you were  in Metalwork you would change  to Foods and Nutrition. If you  were already in Foods and  Nutrition, you would change to  Keyboarding; or if you were in  Keyboarding, you would  change to Metalwork.  On February 12, there will be  a Valentine's Video Dance in  our gym. Tickets are $5 each  and we are allowed to bring "invites", but certain rules apply.  Dances are always on a school  night to prevent alcohol and  drug related accidents; the Vice-  | Principal, Jim McGowan, sear  ches every individual for alcohol  and drugs to prevent any problems.  This past weekend, the Senior  Boys Basketball team travelled  to Barrier in the interior of BC  to participate in the Barrier  Cougar Classic Tournament.  Despite their losses they gained  a great deal of valuable experience. In their second game,  they battled for fourth place  and were narrowly defeated by  two points. Congratulations to  the team members and their  coach, Ms Mahlman, for winning the most sportsmanlike  award!  On February 1 and 2, Coach  Fox and the wrestling team  travelled to Vancouver Island to  the Port Alberni invitational  meet. The students placed very  well and are to be congratulated  on their fine performances. Out  of over 400 participants, Alex  Albrecht came fifth in his  weight   category,   Darren  Caldwell sixth, and Gresham  Smith seventh. Coach Fox commended the team members for  their excellent participation  both on and off the mats.  The Chatelech Ski Club is going to Whistler for three days in  March. They leave on Tuesday,  March 5, and will be staying  two nights at the Fireside  Lodge, returning the following  Thursday. The students will  take lessons in the morning and  have the afternoon to ski with  each other.  your input is requested. Are you  in favour of an electric  hydraulic derrick to be operated  at a moderate user cost with a  key-lock system for regular harbour users with other user participation? The estimated total  cost of this project is $17,000,  amortized over 20 years. Please  fill in the information below.  There is a spot on the petition  for your name and CFV  number also.  POOL NEWS  February 11 to 15, you can  dance for heart,���raise funds  and enjoy a healthy heart doing  fitness all week at the Pender  Harbour Aquatic and Fitness  Centre. This is to benefit the  Heart and Stroke Foundation.  You can win fabulous prizes  too! Also on St. Valentine's  Day, there will be a sweetheart  swim. Special two for the price  of one and that same evening a  fitness blitz will start from 6:30  to 8 pm. Have a super time!  AS THE TIDE CHANGES  Last week, Pender Harbour  received three and a half inches  of rain. We can always be  thankful it wasn't snow!  A reminder that Larry Barnes  will be performing on Saturday,  February 16, at the Legion  Branch 112. Come one, come  all to a super St. Valentine's  Dance.  Until next week, be good to  yourself.  Pender Harbour  Teen Centre  by Stuart  Pender Harbour needs help  locating facilities for a teen centre in the Madeira Park-Garden  Bay area. The teen centre, long  recognized as a need by teens,  parents and concerned citizens,  would provide a recreational/social atmosphere supported in a drug and alcohol  free environment.  In June of 1990, in an effort  to establish the idea as worthy,  the Parents' Group of Pender  Harbour Secondary School applied to the provincial government for a grant of $7000. The  grant was approved and a committee was formed through the  Pender Harbour Secondary  School (PHSS) to ascertain the  needs and interests of Pender  Harbour teens.  According to PHSS Principal  Dave Watt, the committee  surveyed his school and, besides  almost 100 per cent student enthusiasm for the project, found  that "food and music" topped  the list of teen interests.  Also making the list were arcade games and pool tables,  dart boards etc. The variety of  equipment and furnishings for  the facility would require that  the facility be designated for the  centre on a flexible, full-time  basis. The nights it would actually be used by teens,  however, would probably be  Friday and Saturday.  Marg Gooldrup, one of the  driving forces and spokesman  for the project says, "All the  leads we've had so far on  suitable locations have been  dead ends." She said the "last  resort possibility" was using the  school until a better location  could be found, but the  teenagers didn't like the idea of  spending their free time at  school.  Gooldrup said she hoped and  expected that the funding for  the centre would come from the  community once the centre was  established and proved itself  successful. She mentioned that  the agency that had originally  provided the $7000 grant had  since been dissolved, but was  optimistic that once the teen  centre was "up and running",  additional government money,  from another source, could  easily be found.  Ideas for the teen centre can  be relayed to Marg Gooldrup in  the evenings at 883-2567.  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 tor further Inlormation  r^  Monday a Widniidiy  6:30-1  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Parent & Tol  Noon Swim  Lessons  Swim Club  Lengths  Only/Masters  :30  9:00-10:00  10:30-11:00  11:00-1:00  3:30-7:30  7:30-8:30  8:30-10:00  Tundiy i Thuridiy  Seniors Fitness  10:00-11:00  Seniors Swim  11:00-12:00  Adpt. 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Forest industry officials can try,  until they're blue in the face, to  tell us that clearcut logging  poses little or no threat to the  environment, but all I have to  do is look out my window to see  two brand new landslides,  created during last week's  downpours, directly below  clearcut areas.  When the logging company  began logging above our place,  we had our chance to speak out  and, dumbly, said nothing.  After all, for more than a  decade, we have earned our living replanting these areas; at the  time it seemed hypocritical to us  to stand up and denounce the  logging. We know the logging  company has a ten year plan to  extend the bare belt all along the  east side of the inlet to join up  with the Killam Bay cutblock.  (Egmonsters may or may not  be aware of the fact that the  land logged in Killam Bay was  given over to the logging company in exchange for some deal  over Expo lands.) We have been  told by an employee of the logging company that the creek we  draw our domestic water from  has a class D priority, ie; none  at all. Who are we, the only  residents along the way, to try  and alter the course of big  business?  The person in charge of all  this logging directly above us  politely visited us one day to let  us know that "they" would  "try" to keep our water supply  free of debris, but that they  would definitely be logging right  through the creek. Period. If we  had any other questions or  problems we were to feel free to  contact him at his office, etc.  etc.  Over the last few years, for  two months every spring and  fall, we have had the helicopter  team required to haul the logs  off the perilously steep mountains working practically on our  doorstep. Seven days a week,  from dawn until dusk, we had  one large helicopter, one small  helicopter, a sidewinder, a crew  boat and assorted other  machinery, all competing with  each other to make an enormous amount of noise.  Folks would drop by just to  view this spectacle. We were  assured that the helicopters  would not be flown directly  over us so instead they buzzed  all around us, occasionally passing by right in front of our windows.  Last fall, by some miracle,  the logging company was  unable to get around to the  work above us, so we have been  able to enjoy a whole year of  peace and quiet.  However, next time Mr.  What's-his-name shows up to  Are you seeing red???  special  Valentine i Savings  /x      ' -1 n  tf \.       on new ipring arrivals  20% OFF  IF IT HAS RED IN IT!  'S.t.ctJ l.as.s *25 ��� *30 & *40  Remember  for your Valentine gift  885-2916    .  .  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LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  give us his little politeness spiel,  I will be armed and ready with a  spiel of my own.  I'll tell him how the run-off in  our creek last fall was so bad it  was like a mud volcano erupting. Huge logs were hurled  down into the inlet like  toothpicks. Then 1 can point to  the two new gashes in the  mountainside and ask him if we  can expect our insignificant  home to be buried soon. Or  maybe one night we will accidentally run our boat into the  anchored boom sticks they leave  lurking, year round, directly in  the path to our dock.  Either way, it's a sorry situation, so while I'm writing to my  MP to tell him what I think, I'll  be sure to include my thoughts  on the current logging practices  going on here, right in our own  backyard. It's too late for us to  get any action out of it but, in  some tiny way, it might affect  future decisions and that alone  is worth the effort.  On a more festive note, St.  Valentine's Day is this week, so  for anyone prone to forgetting  important dates (this includes  you, dear husband) this Thursday is February 14. Unfortunately, we are without a social  convenor at this time so there  will not be a Valentine's Tea. Is  there anyone out there up to the  task for a St. Patrick's Day  Tea?  If you like to shoot pool, the  Backeddy Pub is where you  should be headed on Sundays.  All day, the pool table is free of  charge, so pop in and check out  the competition.  Are your returnable cans and  bottles starting to pile up? Drop  them off at the Egmont School.  Your donations will be put to  good use by the Egmont Community Club on worthwhile  projects and activities. The  renovations on the Egmont Hall  are a good example of monies  well spent.  Bill Hall has drawn an excellent, large scale map of the  Egmont area which is hanging  in ihe Egmont school. Next time  you're there, pick up the pen  provided and put yourself on  the map.  February is Birthday Month  in Egmont. Felicitations to:  Charleen Violet Silvey, Ann  Grydland, Winnie Earl, Noreen  Marshall, Sally Rentmeester,  Adam Wallace, Jack Williams,  Brenda Silvey, Bruce McClelland, Brent Sheppard,  Karlene Walker, Elizabeth  Spence Joseph, Jeanette  Waters, Megan Marion, Iris  Griffith, Arne Solberg, Don  Jeffries, Greg Gray, Dot Far-  rell, Toni Gallo, Andy Zborov-  sky, Cathy Silvey, Janet Muller,  Sean Gray and, last but not  least, Geoff Craig (great party!).  Celebrating anniversaries are  Ray and Wendy Goyette and  Buddy and Sue Cook.  ^^^U    Member of  ��^j ALLIED  The Careful Movers  Call the Moving  Specialists  For all local moving, or tor help with  moving awkward heavy items, pianos, etc.  LEU WRAYS TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local ���> Long Distance Moving  hot in.  Pender Harbour customers      AAA %ms\\M  pifliseCALL COLLECT      IN'IIH  r-A-4  SHINE  DAYCARE  /  \  If you're looking tor  daycare for your child  .      ^ where the focus  /  ' is a smoff group,  learning  through play and free exploration ��� THIS IS  FOr? YOU I  For children aged 2'/2 to 5 years  Opening March 1, 1991  Call now to enroll your child.  _ 886-3377  f 2y��      Daycare is operated by Ginnie Weston,  /��*/fv    J tl licenced Early Childhood Educator.  ^���Vjj^r   * Ask about our optional hot lunch program *iJ/^T-f^  Yes, we have limited half-day spaces.       (* Sa��  <   *.  Feb.  11-16  We are making room for our  new Spring arrivals  ^ ^footprints'  -��    "*       EXCLUSIVE WOMEN'S  EXCLUSIVE WOMEN'S  SHOE FASHIONS  TRAIL BAY MALL  CN WIITILH  THE  SIHCW!  Book your advertising  space now.  The 1991 Sunshine Coasl Soundings magazine Is accepting advertising bookings  for Its new Summer edition. Space Is limited so don't delay  Available on the newsstands May 7 this edition will be targelted at the coast's  huge influx ol summer tourists. With articles and maps covering summer  activities, arts, crafts, wildlife, personalities and local history there is  something for everyone.  Soundings will be sold at stores, motels, restaurants, resoits. marinas and  tourist booths on the whole Sunshine Coast as well as in Vancouver and  the Lower Mainland, on Vancouver Island and on BC Ferries.  Contact the Glassford Press/Coast News offices in Gibsons 886-2622  or In Sechelt 885-3930.  Call today and reserve  your space.  GLASSFORD  PRESS  DESIGN STUDIOS  *  . ���     -������������      '..^.:^��k^*^M.-^^.,lLfll.ai^..-,.,,.a>,-.,,..     ...      ,. . ���_���<_  _-.... --���-*:��r^ig^geg^-^^i^aa^--^.'^''^-:w^. ��  -**������ ��.-- -�� .10.  Coast News, February 11,1991  fcv./��� .. 4f *a  Gibsons Elementary School    kids visit   seniors al Ihe Kiwanis  Lodge every Tuesday morning lo sing songs and read stories.  ���Joel Johnstone pholu  Gibsons  & District  C"^^ Public Library  Hours:  rj9= Tues  L_Wed  Thurs  ^ - Sechelt - "^il  |?^= Public Library __J  I'   Hours: 3"  ���Tues. l030-4pmjy  ["Werl. I0-J0-Ipm3  ";Thurs. l030-7pmM  iS.it. IO-30-4pm   I  Book Drop in Trail Bay Mall  ���mn  GIBSONS  Hug-a-bears big hit with kids  by George Cooper, 8864520  When the policeman attends  some distressful occurrence, he  may find a child who is painfully uneasy or frightened. A  fire in the home, perhaps, or an  accident where someone he  knows lies injured, or a quarrel  and or upset in the home.  Something that has left the child  in shock.  In the past few months every  police car on the Sunshine  Coast has carried something  that can be given the child to  help ease his distress. That  something is a teddy bear he can  clutch to bring him some real  comfort.  These soft "Hug-a-bears"  are provided by the Telephone  Pioneers, who are retired or active BC Tel employees, who  send them out to RCMP  detachments which wish to par-  ticipate. The Telephone  Pioneers make these Hug-a-  bears at sewing bees or purchase  Ihem if need be when the demand is great.  Gibsons RCMP have had occasion to make use of these cuddly teddy bears, and in Sechelt,  Corporal Armet tells me, "Fortunately we haven't used one so  far. I hasten to emphasize 'fortunately' because we're glad  when such events don't happen.  Occurrences that are frightening  for the children are few and far  between, we always hope."  Rita Petrescu of the Sunshine  Coast RCMP Victim Witness  Services told us, "The Hug-a-  bears have proved useful not  only to the police, but also for  use when children, who have to  go to court in abuse cases, are  interviewed. The prosecutor can  often put the child at ease by  asking the child to tell the bear  all about it."  SURPRISE PARTY  A birthday celebration will be  held for a gentleman who resided in Gibsons for 45 years, from  1930 to 1975, and for 38 of  those years was high school  principal and teacher.  Resident of Victoria for the  past 15 years, A.S. Stan  Trueman will be remembered  with respect by the many who  were his students and by former  colleagues who are among his  friends who still live here.  Stan's eighty-eighth will be  held at St. Bart's Hall in Gibsons on Saturday March 2,  from 1:00 to 5:00 pm.  "For all those who have some  recollections to share, we plan  to have a time for this starting  at two o'clock," said Elliott  Trueman, Stan's youngest son.  "Anyone with an anecdote or  two will certainly be welcome to  speak."  Please   call   Elliott   or  Katharine Trueman at  88S-2282, preferably in the  evenings, to let them know if  you plan to attend this surprise  for Stan Trueman.  WEDDING ANNIVERSARY  Friends and family honoured  Mel and Donna Jay of  Langdale at a surprise dinner  party at the home of Wilma Sim  on the occasion of their twenty-  fifth wedding anniversary.  The 24 guests who came to  wish them well included their  two sons, Paul and Alan from  Vancouver Island; Donna's  parents, George and Bunty Derbyshire; Rose and Carol Jay  from Vancouver; and Ken and  Clyde Morrison and their wives  from Victoria.  Mel and Donna have resided  in Langdale for the last 25 years  and for the past 37 years Mel  has been employed at the  Andy's Bay Log Sorting  grounds.  A young man whose mother  lives here and who spent his early school years here has a  prestigious record of awards in  competitive rowing, and last  year became a key member of  the national Rowing Team.  Steve Frisch looks forward to  the 1992 Olympics in Spain, and  meanwhile must devote most of  his time to training and competing in world events to ensure  his standing as a team member.  Steve seeks support in this  quest for an Olympic gold in  rowing in 1992. Your support,  tax deductible, will aid a local  youth to represent Canada.  Send your donation to Canadian Amateur Rowing Association, care of Steve Frisch, 2185  Mount Newton Crossroad,  Saanichton, BC, VOS 1M0.  Steve, who has been winning  medals in world class events  since 1985, in senior high school  and in university, says he can  only continue training with  some help from us.  X WORDS  Dear Miss Westergaard:  Your puzzle's the first I've  tried in years and certainly the  first I've ever completed���or  nearly completed. Thanks.  Zola by the way, was French  not Norwegian; his first name  ends with an "e". Still referring  to the puzzle of two weeks ago:  made only two errors, and still  stumped over "oned".  Since I was surprised to find  that your crosswords have been  running for several weeks, I  must do more with the paper  than read my own contribution  two or three times each week.  Sincerely..  Give...  B.C. Heart  Foundation  Eagles & Whales Gallery  ��� Framed Canadian Prints  ��� Posters  ��� Oacorator Art  ��� Custom Framing at Budget  Prices  ��� Sunshine Coast Photos  M9 Marine Or   Gibsons (Beside Dockslde Pharmacy)  y  Sunshine Coast Tours  Princess Louisa Charters      Fismng unaners  Depart 11)im ... ,,..     From $15 per hour   2a n,s BBD'O Oil     30 boats  Wishful Thinking  Salt Water Supplies /��  $5.99  vrii>>    A  Bird6'*'  **'      Bunniei at laitarll  275 Gower Pt. 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I .yy  Our Own Mode al      QA  chicken salad vw, l.oy  Samuel Simpson  Doctor of Chiropractic  ��� BY APPOINTMENT ONLY   721 Winn Rd., Gibsons  886-3622  Come in to a Friendly- Cats  Relax and Enjoy  ���A superbly satisfying .Jf^j  meal 3^_r  ���A "famous" Harbour Cafe  home made dessert ^-si j  Great service from people -�����*�����*  =��� who care  HARBOUR  Gibsons Landing Cfl/e 886-2261  #^g?-s  Valenti  & Gift Baskets  Oowe.rPt.Rd., Qlbaona Landing        IM-2I1I  mickjmi -"chardi  THE*  BIGGEST LITTLE STORE  Past Ken's Lucky Dollar    ^  Variety *"* FOODS        W  Gibsons Landing  886-2936  Organic Beef  and  Chicken  Now Available  Selected  Reg. '29"  N0WS14M  Lots of New Spring Colours  O WORK WEN?  Ah WORLD r-  We are offering you a  SPECIAL DISCOUNT  on clothing, jewellery, accessories  displaying a heart.  ��..i: j^ji.WiaVi.4-*^ ���'   *   -1''" ,ar   iita   -        ral-irrrr       i     irialtfrrffi-itTaWPfc--. ^*^*-.����j- .   ta mi a. aM.i.1 arillii lrtafl Coast News, February 11,1991  11.  Support the heart fund  by Mary Flodiay  The flag is up signalling the  BC Yukon Heart and Stroke  Foundation's February campaign to raise awareness of the  education and research aimed at  overcoming Canada's number  one   killer���cardiovascular  disease.  This year on the Sunshine  Coast, there are many ways to  support the campaign. If you  want action, Zeta Gaudet has  organized Heartquake '91  where a variety of fitness in-  At Harmony Hall  by BUI Wallace  Courtenay MacKenzie, 9, left, and Abby Drake, 10, set up shop  outside Ken's Lucky Dollar In Lower Gibsons to sell their handmade bracelets. ��� lod Johnston, photo  Polar Brrr swim  The Sunshine Coast Lions Club will host the Annual Polar  Bear Swim next year. The swim, cancelled this year due to an  insufficient number of volunteer organizational staff, will be  held between Trail and Ocean Avenues. The traditional location for the January 1 event has been Davis Bay.  Now that the snows have  gone, the regular pattern of activities has resumed.  BRIDGE  Monday afternoons from 1  to 3 pm. This is a new group  which would be very pleased to  see additional participants. So if  you are a bridge player come  out and give them your support.  It should also be mentioned that  the Hall will be open at 10 am  on Monday for anyone that  wants to come down for darts,  billiards, etc.  CARPET BOWLING  Wednesday,  from  1  to 3  pm���the competition is well  under way but new bowlers are  always welcome.  CERAMICS  Thursday, 12:30 to 2:30 pm.  BINGO  Thursday, 7 pm to ���.  PAINTING  Friday, from 10 to 12 noon.  TAI CHI  Friday, from 2:30 to 4:30 pm.  CARDS  Friday, 7 to 10 pm. There is  now bus service available for  non-drivers. Phone Ed Hauka  at 886-2309, to make arrangements. The next potluck  supper will be February 22 at 6  pm.  The call has gone out for  ideas for additional activities  that could result in the Hall getting more use.  The New Year's Dance suffered from the bad weather but  even in its postponed form provided an enjoyable evening for  those who were able to attend.  The next dance which will have  a St. Patrick's Day theme is  scheduled for March 16.  A trip to Victoria is being  planned for around the third  week in April. Phone Frankie at  886-3504 for more information.  The branch has been very  fortunate to receive as a gift, a  very attractive petit point hanging, the work of Ken Barton.  Sally and Len Peace undertook  to have the hanging framed.  structors will inspire the whole  family to keep moving from 10  to 12 noon at Gibsons Elementary, Saturday, February 16.  The suggested $6 admission or  donation will all go toward the  Heart Fund.  Having fun and exercise is the  theme of "Dance, Dance,  Dance" at the Roberts Creek  Hall where SO cents per person  will be donated to the Heart  Fund. The Roberts Creek  Hockey Team is hosting this  adult dance to the sounds of  "Local Traffic" on February  23, from 8 to 1 am. So bring  your love and support to the  Heart campaign.  "Art for Heart" is in its second year at Sunnycrest Mall on  February 16, another community focus activity supporting  the Heart Fund.  The Girl Guides in Pender  Harbour are participating in  aquatic events to promote heart  health while fundraising in their  community.  There are fewer canvassers  out in some areas of the Coast  so please support the Heart  Fund when you see the "Roses  for Heart" donation boxes  throughout the community. The  mailing address for your needed  contribution is: Heart Foundation, c/o Verla Hobsons, Box  1525, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  fox  Edentate* <bay  Something/Readj  Browsers aa^^^^^^^  always Welcome     l*/MlAf  0 ) 886-7744 ^      / \  NEXT TO OMEGA   0<MmZ4Z<VI��  Richard's  vrsv-'  ilS  Located at the main corner down in Gibsons Landing.  Come to Richard's for a full range of men's wear from super casual to Black & Lee formal rentals ��� tux and suits.  You'll find lots of Canadian made products as well as all the famous name brands:  Men's & Ladies' Adidas  Men's & Ladies' Calvin Klein  Men's & Ladies' Jantzen  Men's Arrow shirts  Men's GWG  Men's McGregor  Men's Stanfields  Men's Jockey (Intertrend Sports)  Come to Richard's for knowledgeable personal service & many extras like free hemming of pants purchased. Richard's keeps a file on sizes to make gift giving a sure fit.  Richard's keeps up to date. Come in and ask about the latest fashions and trends, colour combinations, tie selections plus unique items like tie bars, Zippo lighters, lambskin wallets, western ties, money clips and more.  It's all at Richard's in Gibsons Landing.  February is "HEART MONTH"  Look for donation boxes at  participating merchants and  "HAVE A HEART"  w.w.  & BOAT TOPS ltd  637   Wyngaert   Rd.,   Gibsons       Sae-7310  Fresh Brewed  COFFEE  FRESHNESSI   without waste  We Deliver  AUDREY'S  Coffee Service  Check our our  items selected for  The Sea Cavalcade  FASHION SHOW  Wednesday, Feb. 13  Cedars Inn 7:30 p.m.  *  /�� S  Open 7 Day, a Week  flZKXJf^^&MTJ  262 Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing  886-2116  Annual FRAME It  POSTER SALE  25% off  MShow Piece 1  Gallery  & CUSTOM FRAMING  280 Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing  <-**��� sremmimms. FraMe*  M6-M13 *W 886-9215  Make Your  Sweetheart's  Have lunch  or dinner at  The Omega  OMEGA  R'E'S'T'A'U'R-A'N'T  OVERLOOKING GIBSONS HARBOUR  RESERVATIONS  TAKE-OUT  ASK       YOUR       PHARMACIST  Confused About Thermometers  "/ know that there are different types of thermometers. What do I need for  home use?"  Vi.u will need at least one or  more lever thermometers lor  home use  The old reliable way to  measure a fever is with a  mercury thermometer. Mercury ihermomelers are popular  because they are self-registering  Once the mercury column in  such a thermometer reaches a  maximum temperature height II  slays there until shaken down  Mercury thermometers are  calibrated In both Fahrenheit and  CelClUS scales  Most pharmacies carry 3 kinds  ot mercury thermometers oral  10 he placed under the tongue tor  5 to 10 minules rectal lo be in  serted into the rectum lor al least  3 minutes and security  A security thermometer can be  bought for either rectal or lor oral  use It may not he used lor both  Each   method   produces  .i  slightly dUTereni reading Youi  normal   oral temperature will  usually lv within a degree oi  .70 i' |986' F) Vour normal na  tai temperaiuie will be 37 5'V  (99����F)  Vou also have an axillary lem  neratuie Although it s not as pre  cise as an oral or rectal lem  perature it s handy to know lust  tuck any mercury thermometer  into your armpit and hold your  arm tightly against your Ixxiv  lor .- to ft minutes  II should  be within a degree ot 365��C  (9770R   '  You have a fever if you  have an oral temperature greater than 37.0"C  (98.6��F), axillary temperature greater than 36.5"C  (97.7�� F).  Belore using any mercury ther  mometer you have to shake it  down This isn't easy Ask your  pharmacist to show you how  Digital thermometers are  relatively new to the mar  ket. I ess lime IS needed 10 yet  an accurate temperaiuie reading  than with mercury thermome  lets Thev are not easily broken  and the lemperaiure reading  shows up nn a small screen so  these thermometers are verv  easy lo read Thev are battery  powered however so you musi  make sure lo have tresh batlenes  on hand  Another way to measure  fever is with thermometer  Strips. They indicate tempera  ture by changing color Although  easy to use and certainly sale  thermometer stnps are not very  accurate  You may also have heard  of basal thermometers. They  are used to help determine nvula  don time in women They cannot  be used as lever thermometers  because thev are not calibrated lo  read high temperatures  Always be sure when you  have finished using a thermometer that you wash it  wilh soap wipe il with alcohol  and store n carefullv away���  where you can tind it ihe next  lime vou want it  Do not take an oral tempera  lure tor at leasl 30 minules it Ihe  patlenl has had anything hoi or  cold to drink or has been smok  ing The reading will not be ac  curate  Do not take a rectal temperature without greasing  the thermometer with  petroleum jelly, it vou don t  vou II cause pain  Every home needs at leasl one  thermometer |usl lor measuring  oral temperatures it vou have  young children ot babies vou  need a thermometer lor rectal  temperatures also You can use a  rectal ot oral thermometer to take  an axillarv temperature, too  Don't buy a thermometer vou  can t read and understand  An advisory column written by  The Canadian Pharmaceutical  Association, Ottawa, Ontario.  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Guest Flo Peel, of Vancouver, will demonstrate a fabulous  new technique for atrip quilting in Ihe morning. After lunch,  she will open her trunk and show her quilts and other fabric  creations. This will undoubtedly be a great inspiration to all  quilters.  Remember 'four  Special Valentine!  Thursday, February 14th  Treat ytiur  mean squeeze tt>  New York  Steak  & Prawns  .vidi ,\ll the trimmings  $14.95  PRONTO'S  Sa-cha-lt 885-1919  OPEN LATE EVERY NICH1  Treat you sweetie to a special  VALENTINE'S DINNER  *�� Thursday, February 14   -  salad, steak, Itihster & dessert   $"|()95 smy  *        PLUS...other valentine's specials        -  PLUS...our regular menu ^  Relax on your  lunch hrvak  "QUIK LUNCH"  aj        ','>���' |HTS(itl  II am ���  3 pm  2 soups  lull salad bar  p/rjs / hut itt'in  No Wetilinn  hi menu leler Ho  is    fust hi'lp yourself  T  tm   1  SUNDAY  lv 1  BUFFET  BRUNCH  vi tl  ^  10:30 am  ��� 3 pm  A large variety oi hot  B9L "      IK ]  & cold items as well as  WmR.-.'4*'  \  selections irom uur  regular menu  BIRTHDAYS and ANNIVERSARIES  Mariners' will give you a FREE PHOTO  of your group, and a COMPLIMENTARY DESSERT  to the Guest of Honour or Happy Couple  IPIease indicate it's a special occasion  when you make your reservation!  by George Cooper  Opening night jitters? If any  one of the cast and staff had  any feeling of uncertainty, none  was evident to the attentive audience on opening night last  Wednesday.  Steel Magnolias, a symbolic  title, draws us in to the lives of  six women who give strength,  one to the other to survive dull  husbands and everyday irritations to bring, in the end, the  corn Ion and understanding to  one of their group in her time of  trial, and to ease her searing  anger at life's injustices.  But the women accept their  roles in life and respond each in  her own way���wistful, morose,  anxious, or suffused in religious  faith.  When they meet in the hairdresser's shop, the air becomes  charged, the repartee stings, but  beneath it all lie understanding  and respect for each other.  Karen Bruce, Truvy in the  play, sustains a bright  cheeriness throughout that the  part requires. She subtly conveys her character's hope that  some day her husband will show  her some affection, even a little  attention.  Melanie LeBlanc, the  youngster in the cast, quite ably  conveys the timidity of the  character Annelle, and  Anncllc's sincere but fumbling  reassuring of the mother,  M'Lynn, of the after life she  believes in.  The ill-fated daughter,  Shelby, comes very much alive  in Christabel Watson's portrayal. Shelby's reaching out for  her mother's understanding and  love, her inner struggles over  having a child and her buoyant  hope that all will turn out well,  are clearly etched in Christabel's  representation of the character.  The characters Clairee and  Ouiser, caricatures though they  are, provide Bella Burnett and  Nest Lewis the opportunity to  use their stage skills for those  hilarious moments of acid and  blunt jibes. And that splendid  bit of pantomime by  Nest���dragged into view by her  character's ill-trained dog���is  the perfect entrance for the curmudgeonly character.  Where more of the underlying tension between mother and  daughter would have, earlier  on, added to the drama in the  play's story, Dianne Evans, as  the mother M'Lynn, proved  that unnecessary when she gave  her scintillating rendition or  M'l.ynn's anguish and anger  over her loss. Dianne caught  perfectly the bitter resentment  the overly  protective mother  felt, and gave a memorable performance.  To director Ted Price, and  producer Pam Feichtner, and  the host of volunteer workers  behind the scenes, our compliments. The brightly detailed  set, the lighting, and the good  old WI hall all combined to set  off a jewel of a play. Encore!  You might, by the way, view  the videotape just to see how the  play tells more by implication  than the film does in spelling  out the detail.  Two weeks left! Get tickets  early. It's worth seeing twice.  tt  ������p  ���pp  Roberts Creek Legloft  Branch 21*  '"�� ttiendly country Laetaf  OUR PRICES HAVE  P  X/fffatfih^  SPECIAL  New York Steak  & Tigerv �� Prawns  $^295  *s>  _\\       \\ .,�������""  Tha Bait Chlekan Valua  mmmmV * You'll E.tr Com* Back For' ���  PUP main (1^35733^  TUES. NIGHT-CRIB NIGHT      \lI-lfJiV  WED. NIGHT ��� BUCKET NIGHT      " v '"  1991  C7ST TrVTTM-1VT/^��r  ��� ���   i    mim  Calendar Of Events  List your special event free of charge in the 1991 Summer  edition of Sunshine Coast Soundings magazine.  Any event occurring between May 15 and September 30  will be included at no charge. Space is limited so book your  listing now, details may be provided to us later.  Call the Glassford Press offices with your listing.  Gibsons: 886-2622 Sechelt: 885-3930 Coast News, February 11,1991  13.  Saga of society Red McDermott  by Peter Trower  Red McDermott knew literally hundreds of loggers during  his days in the woods. A few of  them stand out in his memory.  "The best rigger 1 ever saw was  a guy named Rod Pattenburger.  There are others better known  than him but technically and  every other way, he was tops.  Most oldtimers who worked  with him will tell you the same  thing. He was a whiz up a spar-  tree. He came to a sad end however���finished up in a mental  institution. I got him his last job  when no one else would hire  him. It was mainly due to  booze���he was a real bad  alcoholic and it must have  damaged his brain.  "The wharf and railcar dump  at Aero Camp were built by an  old bridge builder with no  engineering experience. Unfortunately his name escapes me  but he put the thing together  almost singlehanded and it  stood up for donkey's years. It  would have taken a troop of  engineers from UBC longer to  survey the damn thing than it  took that old guy to build it. He  just had natural talent.  "Then I knew a guy named  John Benson. He was a Norwegian���very handsome man a  few years older than me. He  was the best donkey mover I  ever saw. He once moved a  machine over a mile in one day.  Anyone else couldn't have got it  half that far. But Benson had a  very tortured inner life. He used  to go on these suicidal binges in  Vancouver���drink himself right  to the thin edge. He'd come  back to camp with his face  swollen up like a pumpkin and  all the veins sticking out���a real  mess. Cod knows what might  have become of him if he'd kept  it up. But his story had a happy  ending. A girl he'd known in  Norway came out to Canada.  They'd been corresponding for  years. Anyhow, they got married and pretty much straightened his life out."  Despite the isolated lifestyle,  Red recalls that there were very  few instances of homosexuality  in the woods. "In over 20 years  in the camps, most of which  were spent in remote places like  Cumshewa Inlet where men  stayed for many months, 1 only  heard about two cases of  homosexual behaviour. There  were certainly some gay loggers  working in the woods but they  kept their feeling to themselves.  It was sort of unwritten law.  That brings up another thing I  learned very early in the  camps���you treat a man as you  find him. It's stuck with me all  my life. Whatever you might be  in town���a thief, a drug-addict  or whatever���in the bush, you  were just another logger. Theft  around the bunkhouses was just  about unknown. I can only  remember one case where a guy  named Blackie Cosford took  Jarvis at Arts Centre  The Arts Centre is pleased to  welcome Don Jarvis to the Sunshine Coast with an exhibition  of his paintings opening  Wednesday, February 13, and  continuing until Saturday.  March 9. The work in this show  has been selected from the  period from the early fifties to  the present, spanning most of  his career and covering important stages in the development  of this internationally recognized artist. Don Jarvis moved to  Sechelt a year ago and is painting full-time in his large home  studio.  Born in Vancouver in 1923,  he graduated from the Vancouver School of Art in 1948.  He studied with Hans Hoffman  in New York, and taught at the  Vancouver   School  of  Art.  Many Sunshine Coast artists  remember him as an inspiring  teacher.  Everyone is invited to attend  a reception for Don Jarvis at the  Arts Centre, 2 pm, Saturday,  February 16. Come out and  greet an artist with a lifetime of  experience and a genuine interest in the work of other artists.  Don Jarvis will also give a  slide lecture about his work and  career at 7 pm, Wednesday,  February 27. There is no admission fee, but a donation to help  cover expenses is always appreciated.  Thanks are due to Xisa  Huang of Bau-Xi Gallery in  Vancouver for cooperation and  assistance in collective work for  this exhibition.  Arts Centre hours are 11 to 4,  Wednesday to Saturday, and 1  to 4 pm on Sunday.  Writers' Forge  The Suncoast Writers' Forge will be having a special event  on Wednesday, February 13, at Rockwood Centre, Sechelt.  The winners of the Writing Contest for publication in the  magazine 'Suncoaster 1991' will be announced that evening.  This la always an exciting evening, so don't mln it.  Everyone will be made welcome. Time is 7:30 pm.  some Union money but that  kind of thing was very rare. A  guy might steal you blind in the  city but he'd never rob anyone  in camp. Blackie was an exception to the rule���a real bad actor."  Around the mid-Sixties,  Society Red took stock of  himself. He realized he had  begun to tire of the footloose  existence of an itinerant logger���the hard knocks and the  bad weather. Accordingly, he  emigrated to England and went  to work for the London Post  Office, a job he retains to this  day. But he thoroughly enjoyed  his recent visit and the chance to  hash over the past with other  sidehill veterans���to relive the  days of wooden spar-trees when  the high-rigger was king.  Hat end.  ^GIBSONS  WjLEGION  Branch 1(W  DRIFTWOOD     PLAYERS  Robert Harling  TWO FOR ONE  WED. (nh&liih  TICKETS $10.00  tit Talewind Books  Seaview Market,  Linnadines, Coast Books  1 Wed.  Thur.  Fri.  S.t.  Door, open  6  1  8  ��  7tl0pm  1)  14  If  16  Curtain up  1     20  21  22  21  HtOOpm  at the Women's Institute Hall  (Corner North Rd. & Hwy. 101)  flrigato  Sushi Japanese Restaurant  Walk on the ferry & join us at  Arlgato Sushi in Horseshoe Bay  Treat your "Valentine" to a Romantic Cruise  and our  Authentic Japanese Cuisine  OPEN TUES. ��� SUN. & HOLIDAY MONDAYS.  6342 Bay St., Horaaahoa Bay  11:30 am -10 pm  9216300  B/YiMGDQINCS  RESTAURANT  Elegant dining wilh a fabulous view overlooking Horseshoe Bay.  aaaflBW  mm\\\  3G^rx^ii ^��^  \\\\\\\\m ^Mm-aw^m mmrW La^^^s-\m\\  W^WW U lemmY*  tri i  it iri'WmWmi  FEATURING:  ��� Mediterranean Specialties  ��� SimIiiikIs  ��� Pastas & Pizzas  ��� Steaks  OPEN DAILY 11:30 AM UNTIL 11 PM  6330 Bay St., Horseshoe Bay 921 -8184  .'i,v-��*.y.^  ���Mi:t  w  LY   ���'  .  CAFE PIERROT  Hunger wasn't the initial motivation behind a recent visit to the Cafe Pierrot, it  was merely a convenient place to meet a companion for lunch. However, upon  opening the door of this quaint, Parisian style bistro, the wafting aroma of  homecooking awakened my appetite.  Positioning myself at a corner table with my back to a large picture window, I was  warmed by a rare February sun. Classical music played softly over the quiet hush of  a nearby conversation, enhancing the tranquil atmosphere.  A perusal of the menu indicated why many people find Cafe Pierrot 'unique'.  There are homemade quiches, burgers, pastas, soups, sandwiches and salads, all of  which are freshly prepared daily.  In addition to the regular menu, the restaurant's many and varied daily specials  were prominently displayed on a blackboard. I opted for the soup and sandwich  special which immediately caught my eye. This combination was cream of zucchini  soup accompanied by a tuna sandwich on fresh homemade dark rye.  After an unsuccessful 20 minute wait for the appearance of my dining companion  1 had to order. My tastebuds could hold out no longer. The cheerful waitress soon  presented me with the most delectable repast I've enjoyed in a long while.  After finishing the meal and enjoying a fresh mug of steaming coffee, my overdue  friend arrived in a state of great haste. "A forgotten appointment," she explained.  Since 1 was on the verge of leaving, my late dale decided to experiment with Cafe  Pierrot's take-out service. The experiment proved successful. She ordered shrimp  and asparagus quiche, garden fresh salad (with Cafe Pierrot's own special house  dressing) and a large oatmeal-coconut cookie with chocolate drizzles. She, too,  found her meal excellent.  FAMILY DINING  Andy'* Restaurant- Lunch and dinner specials every day. Closed Mondays.  Every Wednesday night is Prime Rib  Night, House specialties Include veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, paata, pizza, Thai  food, ami lots or NEW dishes. Don't  mln Andy's treat Brunch Buffet every  Sunday from Ilam-3 pm. Hwy 101, (lib  sons, 886-3388. Open 11-9, Sun. closed  Mondays, ll-IOTun.-Sai.  Arlgato Sushi Japanese  Restaurant- Walk on the Langdale  ferry and Join us for an exotic dining ex-  perioice in Horseshoe Bay. Or, phone  ahead and well have your favourite  Japanese Delicacies ready for pick-up.  Choose from our wide variety of sumptuous traditional hot entrees or the many  fresh, expertly prepared and presented  kem available from our sushi bar.  Hours: Tin.-Sun. * Holiday Mondays,  ll:JOam-l0:00pm. 6342 Bay St.,  Horseshoe Bay, ph. 9214300.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Hosnemade pastas, quiches and dally  spedab are alt prepared with ihe freshest  irwedients-bomheahhfdaivddetlclous.  Our ��rhole wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders  for the bach and cappudno are  available. The Coast's bistro.,.as unique  ���  the  Coast  kstJf.  Mon.   ���  Sat.  9am-3pm.Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for your  luntht mmi.  Coast Uub Cafe Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast and lunch.  Fresh Is Ihe order of Ihe day for all of our  menu Items. Big burgers, pasta dishes,  Mexican specials, sandwiches, salads and  a variety of dally features. An adult environment vriih European flair, which offers dining at reasonable prices. Open  from 3 am daily. Join us for weekend  brunch. 3319 Wharf Ave., Stchett,  813-9344. Visa and Mastercard accepted -  sating for (0.  Frances' Dining Lounge ��� Join us  for family dining at Franco' Dining  Lounge at Ihe Pender Harbour Hotel on  Highway 101. The atmosphere k comfortable, ihe tuff warm and friendly, and  the menu excellent. We arc open Monday  to Friday 6:30 am to 10 pm and Salurday  and Sunday I am to 10 pm. Friday and  Salurday are Prime Rib nta: look for  other great spedab on Sunday. Enjoy a  view of the harbour and remember that  private panics can be arranged. Call  1834330.  Haid-A-Way Restaurant Bring the  whole family and Join us for great drtng  at the Hald-AWay Restaurant ki Ob-  sons Motor urn, on Hwy. 101 at Part  Rd. Our frtmdry, hstpnd staff tnd awn,  pleasant atmosphere will add lo your cu  joymem iff our excellent breakfast, luticli  and dinner menu, which includes 1  children's section. We're open Mori lo  Sun. from 6 am until 10 pm. On Sumtas  oik regular breakfast menu is offered  frdm 6-10 am, our dinner menu is In effect from 2:30-10 pm, and from 10 am  -2:30 pm, In addition lo our regular lunch  menu, we offer a fabulous 'Buffet  Brunch' featuring a scrumptious salad  bar, a different selection of hoi and cold  enlrees each week, and showcasing some  of Chef Mario's sculptures. Eal lo your  heart's content for only W.93. For reservations, 8164301. 33 Seats plus banquet  room. Visa and Mastercard accepted.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House - with a perfect vk��  of Gibsons marina, and a good time at-  mosphcre, the Omega is a people  watcher's paradise. You'll olten sec  Bruno Ocrussi, former star of the  Beachcombers, dining here. Menu In-  dudes pizza, pasta, steaks and seafood  Steaks and seafood are their specialties.  Banquet facilities available. Very special  children's menu. Average dinner for two:  $20. Reservations recornmended. Located  in Gibsons Landing at 1538 Gower Point  Rd. 866-2268. Open for Lunch Mon  -Fri., 11:30-2:30: Dinner Daily 4-9 pm,  Fri. >% Sat..'til 10 pm.  The Parthenon Greek Tavema  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Sechdt. Wc specialize in Greek Cuisine.  Ban seafood, Masks, pasta, and piua.  Open 6 days a week - Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am - III pm and Fri a  Sal., II am - II pm. We are open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from II am .1 pm  Reservations recommended We also  have take-out ��� pun, ribs, pasta, Greek  food and much more! 885 1995 or  883-2833. Kaiherina - Hostess  NIGHT  ON THE TOWN  n- For dinners only.  Fully licenced. Wednesday to Sunday,  Spm lo 9pm. Closed for lunch. Closed  from December 24 to February 2.  For reservations phone Laurie or  Heather. 883-3847.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, dams, scallops, steaks,  alio daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 863-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays a Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood a iu best. Sunday Brunch from  II am ��� 2 pm. Fully licensed and air-  conditioned. Dinner reservations recom-  d. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 883-7283.  '���"���;,  fflWe', YY  m ���  <s\,  >*,  On the  waterfront with one of the meat spectacular views in Gibsons, Ihe Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change dairy,  with delicious daily specials. Marine  Drive, Gibsons Landing, M6-2334. Monday to Saturday: Lunch 11-3, Monday to  Saturday: Dinner 3-10 and Sunday 5-9,  Sunday Brunch 113.100 seats V. M.C.  7  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the beautiful  waterfront view (eagles and hummingbirds are a common sight) from the  Backeddy Marine Pub. Enjoy ihe deck as  well as the separate family dining area,  both with a relaxing atmosphere. Bring  your   appetite   for   our   home-style  FINE DINING  The Terrace al Bonniebrook-With  an ocean panorama, The Terrace at Bon  nlebraok, located on the waterfront at  Gower Point, offers superb West Coasl  cuisine in a picturesque and relaxing lodge  setting. For those seeking finer dining and  l higher slandard of service wc offer fresh  local BC food, expertly prepared and  presented in a varied menu of appetizers,  entrees and dejuerts for lunch and dinner.  Follow Gower Point road to Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Now dosed for bur winter  break. To. book special events! please call  886-2887., Wttch for our 1���'   opening.  Skookumburgcr or our great flsh A chips.  Dinner is served from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30  p.m. Located V, mile north of Egmonl  on Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub -  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available 'till 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thurs. open 'till  midnight, Fri. 1 Sal. open 'till I am.  Visa, Mastercard and reservations accepted. MMI 71.  Irvine's Landing Marine Pub  Excelleni lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual walerfroni  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  Pender Harbour. Prime rib every Salurday. Free moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located at Ihe end  of Irvine's Landing Road, and we're open  IrVedhesday to Sunday fjom noon to A  pm. kitchen open 12 noon to 8 pm. Call  883-1143.  EAT IN   TAKE OUT  Ernie <% Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery within 4 miles,  after 6 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Stria! charge for orders under $10. Open  ate every night. Hwy. 101, Oibcons.  H6-7IIJ.  _     _'���      .��'MA��N,  __-,_���_.__W_'_' .' _' _��� .   _'_ ���J^SSt: 14.  Coast News, February 11,1991  Sports,  League parity reached in Men's Hockey  by Mark Benson  League parity has arrived in  Men's Hockey, where any one  of the six teams could win over  any of the other teams on a  given night.  Last week the Hawks  strengthened their strangle-hold  on second place by defeating the  league leading Wakefield  Whalers by a score of 2-1.  Hawks' Shane Joe scored the  game winner while short-  handed jiiidwaythrough  the  third period. Ryan Paul notched the other goal on a nice effort. Todd Brown was sparkling  in the nets for the Hawks.  Fred Hanson replied with the  lone goal for Wakefield.  Fifth place Gilligans Flyers  beat Wakefield 5-2 in their  quest for a play-off berth in the  lop four. Billy Stockwell(2) with  a pair led Gilligans while Randy  Benner, Gord Clayton, and  Kob Stockwell also scored.  Defenseman Brian Poulson  replied with both of  Wakefield's goals.  The fourth place Buccaneers  got by the Creek by a score of  5-3. Rob Metcalfe led the Bucs  with a pair while Kerry Baker,  Dave Shindle, and Randy Mar-  leau also scored.  Chris Wyguard, Cliff  McLean and Brian McAlister  replied for the Creek.  The Hawks edged the third  place Kings by a score of 4-2.  Owen Joe, Jordan Belrose,  Kevin August (with the game  winner), and Darren Dixon  (with an empty net goal) scored  for the Hawks.  Brian Loyst and Ron  Norgaard replied for the Kings.  THIS WEEK'S GAMES  Wednesday, February 13,  7:30 pm, Gilligans vs  Wakefield; Thursday. February  14, 7:30 pm, Kings vs Creek;  Friday, February 15, 7:30 pm,  Hawks vs Gilligans; Saturday,  February 16,7:15 pm. Creek vs  Wakefield; 9:15 pm, Buccaneers vs Kings.  LEAGUE STANDIMS W L T P  17 4 2 36  118 3 27  mm j a  ��� 11 3 11  9 12116  CM 6I43U  Hawk.  Full contact hockey hits Coast  The Sechell Hawks battled back from a two goal deficit lo win out over the Gibsons Kings in the  struggle for second place in Ihe Men's Commercial League last Thursday. -Joel Johnstone photo  by Joel Johnstone  Full contact hockey is coming  to the Sechell Arena, Sunday,  February 17, as the newly formed Men's Commercial League  Allstars take on the Royal City  League Squamish Cyclones.  Organizer Tom Poulton says  the exhibition style game is a  forerunner to what he hopes  will become a once-a-month  event featuring other teams  from the RC League and Men's  Commercial League. (MCL)  President Bob Young says two  more games against Powell  River and Seattle are possible  before season's end.  But Young points out this  doesn't mean full contact is  coming back to the MCL.  "To go back to full contact  we'd lose too many players.  We've had serious injuries with  non-contact."  But Poulton says he is getting  interest from about 20 players  who want to play. "It's going to  be hard hitting too, like senior  double-A, which is like junior  hockey but the guys are a little  bigger. We should be able to  compete with them. I'm getting  good interest from the players  here."  Young, however, sounds  uncertain as to how much full  contact the players will be able  to take.  "It'll be good for our  guys...it'11 get it out of their  systems," he says, noting that  the higher, harder calibre of  play is quite different from the  popular non-hitting speed of the  MCL.  The majority of players in the  RCL are ex-junior class players.  Both Young and Poulton  agree the hitting aspect of the  game is generally a big crowd  draw. Although Young says  "I'm going to be there," he  adds, "I hope nobody gets hurt  and there's no fighting. These  guys still represent the commercial league."  Poulton is looking forward to  the crowd draw and sees the exhibition game as a good exercise  in hockey for those who want to  play.  "I'd like to get the whole coast  to come but the arena is too  small," adding that if response  is good from both players and  community, he'd like to see  once-a-month games next  season.  For heartening information, call  1-800-663-2010  'NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  CENTRE  New Testament Church  SS36 Whirl Rd., Sechelt  Sun. Worship Service      10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  Maw Lilt Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten - Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal, David Cliff  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 1115am  Sunday School 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay Road and  Slmpklns Road 9:30 am  Sunday School 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 886-2333  CHRISTIAN LIFE  ASSEMBLY  (Former!,/ Gibsons P.nl.co.l.1 Church}  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Oflice 886-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  CHRISTIAN  SCIENCE SOCIETY  in Ihe Greene Court Hall  Medusa St.. Sechelt  A Warm Invitation to all  Sunday Services 11:00 am  Except Dec. 16th  For inlormation, please call  666.2606 or 686-3666  LIVING FAITH  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whilaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Pastor  Sunday Church School 9:30 am  Sunday Worship 11:00 am  Come Grow With Us!  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 1030 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aldan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Eslher North 886-7410  Show your spirit  come back to church.  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm in homes  Wednesday  Bible Study 7:30 in homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Pastor  885 7488 Oflice 8859707  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  Sunday School  Worship Service  9:30 am  11:00 am  Cal Mclver, Pastor  "The Bible aa It Is...  lor People aa they are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  699 Gower Point Road  Paator Monty McLean  886-7049  ANGLICAN  CHURCH  OF CANADA  St. Hilda's, Sechelt  8:00 am - 9:30 am<  St. Andrews ��� Pender Harbour  11:30 am  Rev. June Maffln  Rev. Dan Gilford  885-5019  "We esiena a ererm welcome lo ell"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  8:48 am Indian District  9:45 am Holy Family 8echelt  11:30 sm St Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-6 pm  St. Mary's, Qlbaona  8864826  You Hire  And We'll Help Pay  Are You a  Nonprofit Group?  k  In Kaslo, the Kootenay Lake Historical Society's project to restore  the S S Moyie and create a visitors' site has employed and  trained 32 income assistance recipients.  If Your Project Supports  Tourism in the Community...  If you've got a 4- lo 6-month project which may improve  the 'tourist appeal' ol your community, we are working  with the Ministry of Tourism to help you see it through!  Projects might include the creation of festivals or special  events, upgrading of tourist and recreation areas, or  renovation and construction of arts or sports facilities.  Work may begin any time during the year.  We'll pay 100% ot an employee's wage of $7 per hour and  $10 per hour for a supervisor, when an income assistance  recipient is hired and trained. You must be a registered  nonprofit group to qualify.  Community Tourism Employment training Program  Are You  an Employer?  "Attitude, excellent We could select  from them very easily, to obviously  they were screened Within 48  hours I had a new employee started  without very much red tape"  Helena Ulnch.  Victoria Lampshade Shop  "It's taken a lot of pressure off me  They've already pre - screened the  applicants and. the applicant  has already expressed an aptitude  tor the type ot job I'm offering"  Trevor Eastveld.  Pets Pantry, Vancouver  If You Can Provide On-The-Job  Training for an Employee...  When you help someone develop skills on the job, we'll  help you meet the payroll!  If you can create a 30- to 40-hour per week job, for a  minimum of two months, we'll pay 50% of an employee's  wage (up to $3.50 per hour subsidy) when an income  assistance recipient is hired and trained. Businesses,  municipal governments and nonprofit groups may be  eligible for this program.  Employment Opportunity Program  **  Province of British Columbia  Ministry of Social Services and Housing  Honourable Norman Jacobsen, Minister  EMPLOYMENT  'PLUS0rm4*,S.C  For Program Details and Application Forma,  Contact Your Nearest District Office.  Ct��ck tt�� BIim Paget ot Your Phona Book.  The Employment flu. group of program. I. i major inrtletivo under a Meral/provlnclal agreement, and pari ol a $28-mllllon  continuing commitment Irom your provincial government to aaeiet Income aulttance recipient, lo become Independent.  . -��� .-<��w.���,.v  e,.m...i*.-*at!j*.:r;Fii.in*��fjs>xt^^~**.. The strategy of curling  by Hairy Turner  An important dement of the  game of curling is the strategy.  Much of curling is largely a  gam* of mental skill in combination with the physical skills.  It takes the mastery of both to  completely master the game.  There are two basic curling  strategies, a draw game or a  knockout game. The knockout  or takeout strategy refers to a  defensive style of game where  the object is to remove any opposition stones that come into  play. If your players are accurate and seldom miss the  broom, this is a safe and  unrisky style of play. Played at  its skillful best, it clean out all  opposition stones and leaves  only your stones in the house at  the moment of your choosing.  If a knockout team establishes a  lead, the philosophy then  follows that you keep a clean  house for the rest of the game  thus ensuring your win. It is a  very successful style of play for  the player who has honed  his/her physical skills to a keen  edge.  The other style of play is the  draw game. The draw game is  conducted by establishing some  guards in front of the house  (rings) and then coming around  those guards with stones into  the rings. Playing the draw  game is risky and causes big  scores to be rung up by either  team since the guards established by one team can just as easily  be used by the other.  This style of game is usually  used by the inexperienced curler  or the player with lesser physical  skills, as it evens the playing  field, so to speak. Experienced  teams avoid the draw game in  the early ends, but for the  novice curler it is also the time  when an advantage can be gained. In the early ends, some  guessing is going on by both  skip* as to weight and ice. It it  at this time that an inexperienced team can get some rocks and  an early lead which the more experienced team may have trouble getting hack.  Choice of the draw game or  the takeout game is up to the individual skip and team. Make  your choice according to the  skills of your curlers and use  their individual strengths as  much as possible. Tailor your  game to maximize the strengths  of your curlers and avoid their  weaknesses. The opposition will  be trying to do the same while  trying to exploit your  weaknesses.  BONSPIEL  The Firemen-Polke Bonspiel  took place this past weekend.  Thanks to the organizers' efforts, there was a large number  of people out and we hope they  all had a good time. Seven people showed an interest in curling  on a regular basis next year.  Strikes and spares  CLASSIC:  Bev Dmmbole.  SsstVeelltllsi  Jule.te.udre.ull  Wilier Kohuch  TUES. COFFEE:  UsoPtatfc  NonSoHlssky  Wendy CnsejIiMd  SWINGERS:  Mum Nicholson  Don Henderson  JoeMcOuskle  M6-MS  255-914  354-1134  296404  2IM0D  22343*  2*2-744  204-514  23*4*4  221416  GIBSONS 'A':  Judy Moore  Lorn Christie  Jeff Mulcaeser  SIOUGH-OFFS:  ���Met* Humbert  Hurt Skylit  Mefin Thomson  BALL A CHAIN:  GIBSONS  LANES  PhvSss French  Janet MeMram  PHUNTASTIQUE:  eMcHeffcy  Lynn  Derler* Humbert  Jerry MWto  Rick Nelson  NIGHT OWLS:  Dan Minis)  Jlkc Khunm  SECHELT G.A.'ll  Merle Hatriy  Don Webster  Y.B.C. PEEWEES:  l.ynetle Bninenl  Junk HumbM  251-621  2454*4  261-774  235462  276462  2*3475  261435  260465  240477  243465  291-716  271491  271-702  221406  262495  263492  243429  132-216  117-221  BANTAMS:  MrtKHsoi  NsrUvcfhs  JMi  K octette 1 untM  Jennifer McHefley  SherlynHood  Coast News, February 11,1991  15.  Peace and pollution  The Sunshine Coast Peace  Committee and the Sunshine  Coast Watershed Alliance are  inviting everyone to attend a  special meeting, tonight,  February 11 at 7:30 pm in the  Roberts Creek School Library.  There will be a slide show  presentation on the environmental degradation of the  Strait of Georgia and what can  be done to remedy the situation.  Gabriola Island resident  Laurie McBride, co-founder of  the Save Oeorgia Strait  Alliance, will be the guest  speaker. She will report on the  200-mile sailing inquiry conducted by the Alliance this summer around communities  situated along the Strait.  Following the inquiry, 120  kayakers and canoeists crossed  the Strait from Nanaimo to  Sechelt in a marathon to raise  public  awareness  regarding  pollution in the local ecosystem.  Last summer's Save Georgia  Strait Alliance activities  culminated in a very successful  environmental fair on Sechelt  Band Lands at Trail Bay.  Presently, each minute, over  one million gallons of toxic  waste from municipal sewage,  storm drains, pulp mills and  other industries pour into the  tide-locked basin of the Strait.  Later this month, a conference  for community leaders and activists, environmentalists,  academics, workers, union  representatives and concerned  citizens will be held in  Nanaimo. The agenda will be  geared to determine strategies  and models for setting up a  public water quality board.  Anyone wishing more information and registration forms  for the State of the Strait Conference may call 885-7143.  119-536  23545*  217-443  165467  217413  Town Hall Meeting  The tint Sechelt Town Hal Meeting will be held March 11  at 7:30 pm al Rockwood Centre. The purpose of Ihe meeting  is to alow Sechelt residents to meet their municipal council  and voice their concerns for the community.  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PaClfIC Standard Time and r mm. lor eech It. ol tall   Seabml  RENTALS LTD  ��� PASiODE Staplers Nailer/Spikers  Coil Ring Nailers    Finish Nailers  Hardwood Floor Nailers  r Han .Hal  **.���  ^SLmmmmmamm  Ministry of Transportation & Highways  HIRED EQUIPMENT  REGISTRATION  The Ministry of Transportation and Highways in the  Howe Sound District is compiling Its Hired Equipment List and advises all persons or companies  wishing lo have their rentable equipment such as  trucks, backhoes, loaders, excavators, graders,  rollers, scrapers, or tractors listed, that they should  contact the Sub-District Office at 1016 Seamount  Way, Gibsons, B.C., VON 1V0, (Phone: 886-2294).  Previously listed equipment must be re-feglitered. New  registration forms are available at the Sub-District Office  in Gibsons at the above address.  Current policy will nol permit the hiring of equipment  that is not registered with the Ministry. This Ministry will  be hiring local equipment (where available) for projects in  their area.  Deadline for registration In the District Is March 15,1991.  Applications received after this date will be added to the  bottom of Hiring priority lists, and consequently may not  receive a share of the available work.  T.M. Forsyth  District Highways Manager  Howe Sound/Sunshine Coast  Dated at Gibsons  this 21st day of January, 1991.  m  mm  Provlnot of  British CekmsMa  Ministry ot Transportation  -���-��� ���---��� -������  ��� aarl^ II  ��� .-   ..*,*-..**. ~. ��~~.~.~*, 16. Coast News, February 11,1991  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine     \  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mud. In. b-6 Sil.8-6. Sun. 10-3^  ���STSECHELT RADIATORS"^  ^" Complete Cooling System Service Centre ^m  We flepan 8, Replace Rads. Healer Cores & Gas Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, Used & Rebuilt  4349 S.C. Hwy.      Pick-Up <S Delivery Mon. ��� Sal.  jjiiil io Wilson Creek Chevron Station        885-7986>  BLDG.CONTRACTORS  R&K CONTRACTING  ��� Framing  . Forming  ���     . ��� ��� Renov.tlone  Specro/rsrs .Additions  Free Estimates  Rob ' 8857072  Asftward Contracting  ���* QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  Fur Estimate Call QQCCAA4  Ho��.id .atimore 000-011J J  CADRE CONSTRUCTION  LTD.  Suniltlne Coail Builder Since I9IS  NEW HOMES ��� RENOVATIONS > ADDITIONS  RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL  886-3171 .  TOM'S  ,,   Electrical & Plumbing  Residential - Commercial  nn nriKATaa  886-3344 ; 886-3364 J  [ARGATZ  .Holds ��� Sc.re.ne ��� Oarage Doors ��� Prahung Door. ��� Winoowa  Highway 101 * Pratt Rd.    nui Hamilton  Gibsons, I.C. VON IVO s..���  MwMi��.��.T����e *"��� Fa.sse-srra  M.J.J. VINYL SIDING  SolflU, FASIA, Shutter.  Stona t Brick  Fred Cocker P.O. Box 1596  (Leave Message! Sechelt, B.C.  ,   Phone 885-6065 V0N3A0  ALPINE XRU88  Bus: 886-M38 >V Res: 886-M01  ^COMPETTTIVE  PRICES  Xruesee made here on the iutuhln. Goaet  Money epeat at home stays at home.  SIM/\Rea:  A t T ENTERPRISES: Con.lrsiotlon Imkei  strelng rtie Coasl Since IMS  'tit    m    sitter      'CUSTOM HOMES  .1"'-,��jjt wf 'i',st/       * ADDITIONS  J��"P��i4fft      ��� RENOVATIONS  *-~ ���'ISsmmv-       ���������������������  T. WONO, KM 7.1, Ol.aONI, *.C. VON IVO  m  Chris J. O'NaHl  fl H ��i s a Camp 65  Gibsons B C  VON IVO  "io'" (MM) M6-I116  Residential/Commercial  CONSTRUCTION LTD.       Construction t Finishing  ROOFING  Specializing In all types of  FREE     commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 ov... ������5  'Quality BuilderT  RENOVATIONS 6 ADDITIONS  OENfML .UlLOCru  .ADOrriOelS -FLOCmiNa .CERAMIC TILE  ���COmETS .OECKaVOARAQES       .FENCING  DESIGNING t OUFTINO. SERVICES  summtM,,mmsm BRUCE OIESBRECHT IM-TTOI  M & S INDUSTRIES lm.  ��� New Hoaies ��� Renovations  ��� Caaton Finlahing  Serving Ihe CosMfae 10 Vrun  Les aat-27U Evening.  OUfordale Contracting  CONTRACT  LAND CLEARING  886-8101 886-9141  CONCRETE SERVICES  Swanson's  Heady Mis Ltd.  f   jfijglL I IM5-5333 ]   lH5-2228l  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Box 172, 541 7 Burnet Hd., Sechelt  PATTON CONCRETE  Placing & Finishing  886-8842  R.  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand t Gravel  N/~     CONCRETE  o  LTD.  SECHELT PLANT  H8S-7180  srewNC rrrf sunshins i imst  GIBSONS PLANT  886-8174  ,5,1  V  r 8. MADILL CONTMftCTINO ^  All types ol concrete work.  Sidt*wdllut, driveways, slabs   smooth, broomed,  ��� x| osed aggregate finishing.  QualltTCosserMeWork MmHMOl?  ELECT. CONTRACTORS  MIDWAY-POWER'LINE  SERVICES LTD  "A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  "Complete Bobcat Services"  ��� Excavating - Backfilling - Trenching -  Drainage ��� Clearing ��� Retaining Wall* ��� Paving Stoma  Service O06-o530  Boa 1221, Qlbaona  BC VON IVO  CONSTRUCTION  Excavation, Sewer  Water, Grading,  Subdivision Design  and Development  886-2182 or 885-9840  I.T.E. EXCAVATING LTD.  ReeidenUal - Commeiclal  Industrial - Land Clearing  Serving the Coast hr 20 Years  "We pride ourselves on punctuality"   Boa 17��1, Olbaoe., B.C. VOW faj  PAP-TWO Excavating  STUMP REMOVAL ��� SEPTIC FIELD*  SAND B ORAVEL SALES    ��� WATER LINES  DRIVEWAYS ��� LAND CLEARINO  or Prompt Couiteoua Service Wilh Low Rates CM  V��AVNE PH: 10*9704 or MARTY PH: MS-2010  ***      Big Or Small, We Do It AIM    ^  Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  . DBAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES  .clearing Steve lones  Cot 41* 4X4  886-8269 J  GEN. CONTRACTORS  CAN-DO EXCAVATING  /iSSft   58(1 EXTEND A HOE. BOBCAT 743, -Jl|k  LOOt��   SINGLE AXLE DUMP TRUCK   l*Ws&  ��� Seplic Fields - Sand, Gravel A Top Soil  George 885-7553 or Emery 885-4854  Private & Industrial  Electrical Contractor  High & Low Voltage Power Lines  Reg. No. 16135  J83-9485.  INE3p  raCtoM I  * )\  QO     ���    .  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  at 886-2622 or 885-3930  - Selective Logging  - Marine Contracting  ��� Slump Removals    . sand & Gravel Deliveries  - Purchase Timber GAHy 8g6.95g5  , TWIN CREEKS MARINE LTD. BILL 886-8361 J  ST ioTkaijire SarEener  ' A General Garden Maintenance  ���     Lawn Care��Landscaping ��� Pruning  >-' Rockeries  Senior's Discount - Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd?  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie Q ���"  II  IF3 BCFGRRies Schedule  3��B  ON,  LAURIE LACOVETSKY  886-2835  Detidinllil *  CSu"cL      CONSTRUCTION,  Renovations e Additions Gibsons. B.C.  Mm ,  S*       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH ^  * TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER mS  LTD halfmoon bay.  FREE ESTIMATES  G & S DRYWALL  For All Vour Drywall Needs  PIMM Cell: 886-9204  CENTURY ROCK  885-5910  CUP t SAVE  VANCOUVER   SECHELT PCNINSULA  mesehorH'i  Lv. Langdale  6 20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 NT       4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  Lv. HortuhM Biy  7:30 am      3:30 pm  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  5:30 M  7:25 M  9:15  Lv. Earls Cove Lv. Sallery Bay  640am      4:30pm 5 45M   . 3:30pm  8:20 6:30 7:35        5:30 M  10:30 8:30 9:25 M     7:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M 11 30      9:30  The Sunshine Coast Cab Company Ltd.  886-7337 B85-3666  f SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.  GAS��� PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Opera TtwsvSat.  1356 Wherl Rd. (acrosB irom Bus Depot! 885-7171 j  mat  '5:45 1:41  7:45 3:48  9:45 5:45  11:45 7:41  Eieept SuRdift I HelMiyi  Arrhril  Luigdile  6:10  8:10  10:10  12:10  2:10  4:10  6:10  1:10  MM  7:00*  9:00  11:00  1:00  Arrtvil  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE I  ROUTE 1 ��� Via Honh M., I Sweet, Govrai w. 1 fianum! lawei Das Slop ROUTE 2 ��� Via l��WsMst, Wtttlcruk SC MoMa Heme Pan      1  1  I  I  I  I  I  I  3:00  5:00  7:00  7:30  9:30  11:30  1:31  3:30  5:30  7:10  ���Connects 0:30 Ferry Rue  nfltwN MM IMpfe m rUTf ���ffnWl MtMtl III MM Mf f *Wf  Llll |9:15) feiiy pickup at Usee* 10:00 pen Frt.. Sit. ea Sun. only  Call He.MII lor inlormnton. comments I complaints  FARES  Oul ol Town  In Town  Adults Seniors Children Stud. Comet. Tickets  SI 50    SIM      75   si 00       S1.25/rlde  .75        .75     .75        75  These transportation schedules sponsored hy  SuKcmi Agencfe*  -]   %sm��mA>*w* n-Jfiwww "���B��s lTp\  ���        INSURANCE            TRAVEL mmm |  886-2000               886-9255 MniSSS |  Bad Carpet senlee From Friendly Preteaalonala la Sunnycreat Mall, Qltnona. m  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  al 886-2622 or 885-3930  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  S8S-2380  Hwy 101, across St.  Irom Big Mac's, Sechelt  /TtOPflMI.^SS J^HftT. CfiA  Ptnlntulo. Got  (Jlav Camlern 885-734M)  INSTALLATION  SERVICE APPtIA  e..im,tec��e��,vee<Me  NEED THIS SPACE?  Call the COAST NEWS  al 886 2622 or 885-3930  <  ,,.������������.-���,������    ;-..f..-..*-..T*r*.TS'.'.-..  MstaatiUU.  .���,_���_,..,-  .   -,^a ...   ,...........    ^^rn^S-J^^Sl'^i^-^- ^ Coho salmon  in trouble  On the outside looking In, the restaurant is closed to some  lunchgoers. ��� Joel Johnstone photo  Channel Eleven  Thursday, February 14/91  We're Back!!  Although at press time  renovations were not yet complete, we expect to be back on  the air from our new facility this  week.  5:00 PM "LIVE"  6:45 PM & 9:00 PM  Cable Connections  Local news on your community channel brought to you  by the broadcasting students at  Elphinstone Secondary School.  7:00 PM  Parliamentary Talkback  Live Phone-In  Harold Fletcher is the host of  this month's show that brings  your parliamentary representatives to the community channel. MLA Harold Long and  MP Ray Skelly have been invited to attend.  8:00 PM  Coast Profiles  Stan Dixon talks with Eli  Mina. The topic of this week's  programme is crisis communications and the Roberts Rules  of Order.  8:30 PM  The Heart Fund  Joint host Mary Findlay and  Zeta Gaudet for a discussion on  this year's Heart Fund Campaign.  by Stuart Burnside  "If something isn't done  soon, the present reduction of  coho salmon stock in the  Georgia Strait could be irreversible," said spokesman Ken  Wilson at a Department of  Fisheries and Oceans 'open  house' held February 7 at the  Sechelt Legion.  The open house was intended  to give the public an  "overview" of the present state  of the wild coho salmon  populations of the Georgia  Strait. It focused on issues including destruction of the  coho's natural spawning  grounds and problems of overfishing, to present and proposed  programs to save the fish  "before it's too late."  Over-fishing is the largest  problem facing coho salmon. A  government estimate contends  that "In the last 14 years, 80 per  cent of adult coho were caught  and killed. This is 10 per cent  too high to maintain survival of  most stocks."  Troll net fishing accounts for  the highest catch of adult coho  in and around Georgia Strait. In  the last five years, according to  a government document, this  form of commercial fishing  resulted h the depletion of yearly coho stocks to the tune of 2  million fish. During the same  time period, sport fishing by  residents and visitors to BC accounted for approximately  700,000 fish per annum.  Decreases in wild coho stocks  have also occurred through increases in BC's population and  subsequent destruction of traditional coho spawning grounds.  Many coastal streams, once  utilized solely by salmon, are  now the sites of subdivisions,  SALES e\ INSTALLATION  ��� Commercial & Residential*  ��� Carpet & Resilient Flooring*  ........   Phone  r*** &see-aaea or  |$0P��N0       SHOWROOM  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  Tuss.Frl. 12:3t>5pm, Sat. 0.30-Sprn  _rHE FLOOn STORE AT YOUR OOOR __  SUNSHINE KITCHEN  ��� CABINETS -  886-9411  ISfiotvroom Kern's Plaza.Hwy 101]  Open Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm J  MARINE WAYS  BOAT MOVING  POWER WASHING  mcrCrui/cr  Mercury Outboards  V0'V0 RB HADTXXX. IvlARINE ltd.  Garden BayJC       "TsV*���"*      J83-2811  9  &  wccaneer  Marina &��� Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS ?i years  PARTS - SALES ��� SERVICE -REPAIRS  K & C Thermoglass &  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  li'rNzMU:.1  fOUTBOARDS  %m-  Vinyl Siding  MISC. SERVICES  DEAL WITH AN ESTABLISHED LOCAL COMPANY]  ALWEST  HOME  SERVICES  BOX 964, SECHELT, B.C.  VON 3A0  ^^^^^^^   W��tAY LINDERS 805-4572  VINYL SIDING���SOFFIT FASCIA  DOOR �� WINDOW CONVERSIONS���RENOVATIONS,  k.          sVe hava relerences       ^jl>.   painting a  ttJl   drywallino  '��� fv, +W- FALCON CONTRACTING  v-3S���   ""  886-8912  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & Beams  Chris Nspper 880-3460  R.R.M, S6, C78,  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  WEST COAST RAILINGS ^  Serving the Sunshine Coast  Aluminum Railings  Commercial & Residential Installation.  FREE ESTIMATES-  LEN ROBINSON  ft,:MS-Slffll ,  2551,  B.C. VON M0  MARINE SERVICES  CHAINSAWS^  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER A  CHAIN8AW LTD  731 KioBTM  CH<  TOaI  D    886-2912V  Ba.1.. The Govt D~k____^-^  -JlHAf^ra^���'"  * Salt Water Licences,  * Motel 8, Campsites * Water Ta.i /  * Marine Repairs      * Ice and Tackle  /S83-2266  :esZj-aW  y "MifJ -  m-mti     Cornell's Marine Service'  VKll SERVICE TO Al I MAKES  H     Hflal      Specialising In Merc. Oulboerd  niucti^^^^eak��s,i      * "���"��� *''��� rsbultdlng  OIVER mmsmt Loca|ed a,  BOAT ^ Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  HAULING       .'SHOP8867711     RES 885-5840 .  Stulis Caifstt & ^UfskoCsUti) Cast  TOM STYLES 885.4648  Stssm Cleaning ol Carpel k Upholstery  Flood t Water Dsmege Removal  Reetretch ft Carpet Rspalrs  "FREE ESTIMATES"   Sarving Pow.ll Wear���Sunehln. Co.at  JACOBSIN FEEDS  6482 Norwest Bay Road  888-9869  We carry a complete line ol  Animal Feeds & Supplies  1  the growing people,  businesses, logging, etc.  It was mentioned at the open  house that this means a lesser  number of coho are spawning,  and those that are are doing so  in more concentrated groups.  The long-term results of such  breeding patterns would be a  "reduction of the gene pool required to maintain healthy  stocks." It makes existing  stocks more vulnerable to  Hooding, pollution and disease  outbreaks.  The upbeat portion of the  open house was the focus on  what is being done, or attempted, to improve the salmon  situation. Enhancement projects have been implemented  that could, according to Ken  Wilson, "improve coho stocks  dramatically."  A Department of Fisheries  document reveals that the scope  of the enhancement projects  ranges from the continual introduction of hatchery stock into the system (40 per cent of the  annual catch in Georgia Strait is  made up of Canadian hatchery  fish), to habitat and harvesting  management.  According to Wilson, "Coho  hatcheries in BC vary from  small community projects run  by special interest groups, to  large hatcheries run by the  government. From these, approximately 7 million coho fry  were released in 1989. This compares with about 800,000 released in 1974."  Wilson added, however, that  the goal is not to replace existing  coho stocks with hatchery fish,  but to improve the survival rate  of wild fish. That is where  habitat and harvesting management come into play.  The long term strategies for  habitat management include improvements to existing spawning grounds, such as managing  water flow, adding gravel,  cleaning up industrial areas,  and, in some cases, creating artificial habitat.  With harvesting management  the goals would include reduced  seasons for sport and commercial fishing, closing entire areas  to fishing, gear restrictions, and  size and/or quota limits.  Wilson said that, while some  'fishermen would resent the  management programs, they  were absolutely necessary to ensure wild coho survival.  One of the main ironies of the  situation, as cited at the open  house, is that, if the coho  populations of spawning  streams continues to drop, it  will become increasingly difficult to convince the various  government bodies that the  dwindling number of fish in a  given stream warrant protection.  1 REMEMBER:  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  is better  than a  full house.  B0NNIEBR00K  INDUSTRIES ltd  lor Septic Tank Pumping  Ask For Lucky Larry 886-7064;  Li  "FIVE POWERFUL  REASONS  TO GET A  MUTUAL RRSP  NOW"  Save with confidence ���  Mutual has hlghnt credit rating  New Loan Service - up to  1  12 months to repay  I Wide range of saving* and  I investment option*  I Attractive interest  I rats  I Transfer your RRSP to  I Mutual and get much more  DON'T DELAY.  DIT YOUR DRIP IY MARCH 1.  ny  Tht Mutual Croup  Facing Tomorrow.  Together  i Mutual Lite or CanaoalMuiuei  ���sweep Ire.. SeootTn. Mutual Otoup  Coast News, February 11,1991  17.  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  CALL US!  Helen Milburn 886-8676    Ruth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson    886-3416    Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  Submissions to the NOTICE BOARD are welcomed.  Please ensure only one submission is made for each  event. Thankyou.  Monday, February 11th, 1991  Sava Georgia Strait - Public Information Meeting, 7:30 pm,,  Roberts Creek School Library. Laurie McBride presenting a slide;  show.   Free  Admission  ���  everyone  welcome!   Inlormation:-  885-7143. Refreshments.  Year 2000 - discussion group tor parents and members of public  interested in talking about the new curriculum. 7:30 pm,  Rockwood Lodge Dining Room, Sechelt.  Sechelt Preschool's General Meeting - 7:30 - 8:30pm, bring your  coffee mug.  Sunshine Coast Weavers & Spinners Guild - regular meeting, 7:30  pm at 718 Franklin Rd., Gibsons. Guests welcome.  Tuesday, February 12th, 1991  Lite Drawing -10 am, Arts Centre, Sechelt, 885-5412.  Hospice In Service - & support group meeting lor hospice  volunteer visitors at St. Mary's Hospital, 7:30 pm.  Wednesdey, February 13th, 1991  Don Jarvis - abstract paintings. Arts Centre, Sechelt. Wednesday  -Saturday, 11am - 4pm. Sunday 1-4pm. Until March 9. Information: 885-5412.  Country Hoedown 91 - presented by Conchita Harding. 7:30 pm,  Cedars Inn. Tickets at ladies' fashion stores around Gibsons. Sea  Cavalcade fund raiser.  Logging - Clearcut Alternatives - Public meeting, Roberts Creek  Hall, 8 pm. Everyone welcome. Information: 886-2843.  Elphinstone Electors Association - Annual General Meeting, 7:30  pm, Cedar Grove Elementary. All Area E welcome & urged lo attend.  Thursday, February 14th, 1991  Gibsons & District Chamber ot Commerce - Luncheon meeting al  Andy's Restaurant at Noon. $5.95. Guest Speaker, Louise Hume  from the Lower Merchants Association reporting on revitalization.  Contact Chamber Office. 886-2325, for reservations.  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary - Sechelt Branch, monthly meeting,  1:30 pm at St. Hilda's. Come & meet the new committee  NDP MLA Ray Skelly - speaking at Elphinstone School Cafeteria.  5-7pm.  Friday, February 15th, 1991  Sunshine Coast Pro-Lite - meeting, 7:30 pm, S.C. Gospel Church.  Davis Bay Rd., Davis Bay.  Saturday, February 16th, 1991  Reception for Don Jarvis - Arts Centre, Sechelt, 2pm. Information:  885-5412.  Classical Music Workshop - with Brian Tate. Information:;  885-7514.  Sunshine Coast Quilters' Guild - Meeting, al Rockwood Lodge.  10am - 3pm. Demonstration and Trunk Show by Flo Peel.  Haartquake 91 - Elphinstone Gym from 10 am to 12 noon.  Minimum admission, $6 or donation,  Mondey, February 18th, 1991  Cancer Society - Sunshine Coasl Unit, monthly meeting, 1pm,  Regional Board Office, Royal Terraces, Sechell. Public welcomed.  Information: 885-9451.  = MISCELLANEOUS'  Mondays  Pender Harbour Choir - Capilano College Choral course taught by  Lyn Vernon, Monday nights, 7-10 pm al the Music School.  Everyone welcome, age 15 - 90. Men needed especially. For further information call 883-9277.  Tuesdays  Sexual Abuse Survivors Group - every Tuesday. 7 to 9 pm at the  Action Society Office. Contact Deborah, 885-5680.  Wednesdays  Toastmasters International - meet every 2nd & 4th Wed. at 7:30  pm at Greenecourt. Mike, 885-3323 for further inlormation.  Thursdays  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher.  Gibsons every Thurs. trom 7 to 8 pm. Everyone welcome.  "Lost & Found" a new group for seniors who are experiencing  loss and need support, will meet al the Health Unit in Sechell.  across from Ihe Post Office. 2-4 pm, every other Thursday . Phone  885-6101 or 885-5614 for information. f,\eim  United Church Thrift Shop - in basement of church off Truman  Rd., open Fridays, 1 - 3 pm.  Peace Vigil - Every Friday night. 7:15 ��� 8:15 pm, Pioneer Park,  Lower Gibsons. Bring a candle.  Saturdays  Sunshine Coest Hospice Volunteer - Training Program, Salurday  February 16, 23 and March 9. Phone S.C. Home Support Society,  885-5144, for further inlormation.  Sundays  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club - will be meeting every second  Sunday at Rockwood Lodge at 7:30 pm.Phone 885-3381 or  885-7088 for further information. Open tor all ages.  Other  The Rockwood Centre - is now accepting proposals for artists exhibitions for the 1991 - 92 seasons. Please contact Anita Kehler,  885-2522, or drop portfolio by centre offices.  Co-Dependent Group - 6 week program beginning Monday,  February 18, 6 to 7:30 pm. To register please call Margaret, Action Society, 885-5680.  The B.C. Yukon Heart & Strike Foundation - volunteer canvassers  will be calling on you between February 10 and 28. Many more  canvassers are needed. If you can help out, particularly in the  Halfmoon Bay area, please contact Maralyn Palty, 885-2229  I  m  kttssssslsie  astMHMMfe  i��uM>^MSstlsslie<^usa  ���        . .  .^..,.�������..,  .   .,.  .   .^a.,.- .>  ��..~* 18.  Coast News, February 11,1991  il  ~CF>  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^  It*. He*.,  I*. Asatos  l*��.Traclu  10.  II.  II.  IS. Masmcyclss  14. Wanted to asm  15. aVed (. Srttklu,  16. For lem  17. isststftsksesMM  18. Help Wautted  1*. easekseee a,  Hoasc Soviet.  10. Work W.M.d  II.CMMOra  11. sMMM  Oppoettmllks  S3. Legal  Homes &.  Property  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  CATALOGUE  ii-Bt- Cowrie St   Bon 1219  Sechell B C von 3A0  885-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van ii Free 684-8016  J  \  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  - IN PENDER HARBOUR -  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 8839551  - IN HALFMOON BAY -  B & J Store 885-9435  - IN SECHELT -  The Coast News;  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  - IN DAVIS BAY -  Peninsula Market 885 9721  - IN WILSON CREEK -  Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  - IN ROBERTS CREEK -  Seaview Market 885 3400  - IN GIBSONS -  The Coast News  (uehind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS 3:00PM FRIDAY  T  B>*i_  35" A I* .���  i \ bi  New owner David Orr will be happy to help you  place your classifieds at AC Building Supply, one  of our Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour.  Pender Hatbout view lot serviced  to border uncleared. $29 900  270 2958/883-9091) ��8si  Modern 2 bdrm home on  acreage privale no reas offer  refused. Irade commeicial oi  Sailboat 883-2977 *8sr  WATERFRONT  54' lol    80 yeai lease   Keats  Island Try your otter 8867694  *8sr  1700 sq It Panabode rancher  ocean view genuine bargain al  5120.000 Drive by 950 Cheryl  Ann Park Roan (Lower Hoad  Roberts Creek) and phone tor  appl lo view 886-2694      #8sr  lol 23 Central Rd    50x108,  view, level. 3 km to lerry  872-1064, #06sr  Homes S.  Property  Manna Place, near new condo.,!  bdrm , 2 bath. 3 decks,  lireplace. All appl. incl  microwave Walk to all amenities  Asking $122,500. 886-9043. #6  Cochrane Road good large  building lot close lo marina &  beaches. $27,500 885-4501  #06sr  Easy lo care lor, 3 bdrm rancher  close to all amenities Upper Gibsons $96,500 886-7378    #7sr  BY OWNER  Neal 3 bdim rancher on  crawlspace Large fenced lol.  workshop concrete driveway,  near Cedai Grove School  $109,000 886-9141  TFN  Close to Beach.  Beautiful 3 bedroom rancher on  Feeney Rd in Soames Point  Close lo ferry Spacious kitchen  w/nook. 2 baths: large garage,  nice yard with partial view By  owner $149,000 Oilers  886-7830 irTFN  Umgue 3 bdrm 3 bath home  spectacular view, approx 2500  sq II 883-9418/988-4310  #8sr  Moving musl sell 14x70' mobile  on beauliful ocean view lol in Gibsons More info call 861-1912 or  886-7557 $65,000 *7  Ciown lease oi purchase 1 acre  north side of Sechelt Inlet  $1000 desperate 039-2532. ��6  Gibsons lol backing onto ravine,  exc location level clear with city  sewer, hydro, cable, water  S24.900 885-7618 #7  35 acres of recreation land in Colorado. USA. $12,000 885-7618  #7  Large 4 bdrm house in scenic  Tuwaneck area Large oak kitchen. 4 skylights. 2 lull balhs.  vinyl siding, large lot. close lo  Marina. $97,000. 885-7083.  #7  5 acres improved view, services,  on lease back, $7500 down  Balance ml Iree lor 5 yr. mortgage View 10 am to 2 pm only  3525 Hwy 101 No agents      *8  Robeil and Kathleen Garmulewicz  wish to announce the birlh ol  their lirsl child. Jonathan  Charles, delivered at Lions Gale  Hospital on February I, 1991, at  9 37 pm. weighing In at 81b 2oz  Plenty ot lhanks lo Dr Kathleen  Peny and Rose, our nurse.     if6  Tany and Knstine Giannakos are  pleased to announce Ihe birth ol  their son. Christopher Theodore.  Born January 8. 1991. weighing  61b ItVroz A precious brother  loiGeorgieand Jonalhon       #6  She's 9  K����P��Rl  Congrats to  BONNIE & JIM  on your  new "edition"!  Love from all  the COAST NEWSIES!  Obituaries  *,' */ '  Xlef*. .  DALLMAN: Passed away Feb 7.  1991. Rev. Meredilh Dallman,  late ol Sechell. age 90 years  Survived by his loving wile  Marianne, one daughter. Drusilla  B Davis and her husband  Frederic, ol Maiden, Massachusetts Memorial service  Tues.. Feb 12 al 3 pm in SI  John's United Church. Davis  Bay, Rev Stan Sears officiating.  Cremation Devlin Funeral Home,  directors. Remembrance dona-  lions may be made to St. John's  Church Building Fund. #6  The B.C. & Yukon Heart Fund  welcomes "In Memoriam" donations Please send cheque lo Box  1525. Gibsons, giving your name  and that of the deceased's nexi of  km whose address please supply, so that a card may be sent  *6  Tlte Beat Deal AtaiwdJ  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  $/IOO  4  (minimum) for 10 words  25'  each additional word  (Births  Losl & Found FREEH  "Swe Set  CLASSIFIEDS  I//  Pay fur 2 weeks, gel the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER!  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be       ��  PRE-PAID belore insertion  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted    ���  s15oo  S100  up to II) words  each additional word  Your ad. leaturiny, 1 Item only, will run 4 consecutive weeks, then will be cancelled unless  you Instruct us to renew It BY NOON  SATURDAY. (Not available to commercial  advertisers.)  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & secheit offices Noon Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:00 PM  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Cowrie St.. Sechell 885-3930  Crulce Lane. Gibsons  886-2622  FAX: 886-7725 Gibsons  885-3954 Sechelt  Available for Public Use  7% GST must be  added to all  our prices  COOK Grace, passed away suddenly on February 5, 1991-Survived by her brother Charles i  Wyton and his wile Patricia; two J  daughters. Mavis. Evelyn and her  husband John; two sons. Albert  and his wile Judith. Allen and his  wile Patricia; nine grandchildren  and eight great-grandchildren;  lamily member Clayton Urban and  several nieces and nephews.  Funeral Service was held on  Saturday. February 9th in  Devlin's Funeral Home, Gibsons.  Rev Esther North otlicialing. In-  leimenl in the Seaview Cemetary.  Gibsons #6  In Memoriam  in memory ol Len Wray who  passed away Feb. 13. 1989.  Always remembered, always  missed Love Brian. Chris.  Chartolle, Brian Jr. and Jo-anne.  #6  Thank You  Sincere though belated thanks to  the many people who helped me  through 1990. The support and  comtort following Sandra's death,  Legion Branch 109 lor trying to  repair my old wheel chair. Lions  Club tor their assistance in Ihe  purchase of a new one; Drs &  Stall of SI. Mary's lor literally  'saving me" during surgery and  complications July & August. As  Stephen Foster wrote. "Dear  Hearts and gentle people that live  in my hometown." Bless you all  & thanks again'  H.Gwen Arthur #6  Obituaries      II Announcements  Special lhanks lo Pender Harbour  Lions Wood Crew: Jim Rulher-  lord. Ken Richardson, Frank  Roosen Sr., Peter Benjafield and  Bob Bodner. From Helen and  John Downing. Ht*  To Daddy-Happy Valentine's  Day, I Ipveyou. Love Karlene  #6  Do you need some inlormation to  deal with your legal problem' Call  the Legil Inlormation Service  885-5881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk7  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition House lor confidential 24 hr.  service. 885-2944. TFN  Male 40 ish looking lor a female  companion between 30-40.  885-2873 #7  Understanding and healing the  original pain ol our lives - A  seminar by Joel Brass B.A.  M.A.Sc. psycholheiaplsl.  March 9/10 here. April 13/14  Vancouver. Phone886-3221   #8  STRESS ANTIDOTE  (Guaranteed) Escape to our  wilderness. Well take good care  of you. Write: Bracewells'  Alpine/Wilderness Adventures  Lid. or Phone 476-1169 lor  details. Member of Cariboo  Tourist Assoc. Williams Lake.  B.C. #8  Announcements  Did you know the  SUNSHINE COAST  CAB CO. provides  VISA SERVICE?  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. 886-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565. NC  Phone us today about our selection  of  beautiful  personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  matches, slationery and more.  Jeannies Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS ltd.  Benjamin Moore Paints  I nurorrnienf  'M-rlrfiV PWtS  In An Colouis 01  "r ��� H.nnomv  tnciwana Green  ���-*"   e*  V*  Bill Wood  SECHELT  bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  a:  -1��������.... ���  HAPPY  50th  DENISE!  ISB  W* novar would  har* gusMMdl  (But knowing,  w��11 toll the  world.)  MUCH LOVE  FROM YOUR  COAST NEWSIES .  ,-j , m iii i-i-i-S  Spring craft classes in Gibsons.  Ouillow applique etc. Phone Linda  at 886-8994. eves.. IP have a  class lisl mailed to you. 16  J"  Friends and  former  students  of  Mr. Stan Trueman  are invited to attend a  SURPRISE  88th  Birthday Party  on  March 2, 1991  St. Bartholomew's  Church Hall, Gibsons  1 - 5 pm  Formalities & cake  cutting at 2 pm  ft' you have an anecdote  fo share, please let us  know. P/ease a/so forward  addresses of those now living off the Coast. We are  also looking for pictures or  memorahilia or' Stan's 45  years in Gibsons. Phone  Elliott .X Katharine True-  man at 885-2282 for further inlormation and attendance. Can't attend?  Phone in your greeting to  be included on the 88  foot birthday scroll.  R.S.V.P. requested  before Feb. 27  PLEASE stuarts  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-3463.  TFN  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  dislunclional families please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 lor help.  NC  REIKI: First Degree Workshop  with Reiki master Phyllis Victory,  March 22 - 24. $150 Registration and inlormation, Michael  Hamer, 886-7589 #6  Funthine Daycare  Opening March 1. 1991  Operated by Ginnie Weslon,  886-3377. #6  Preserve Those Special Memories  I will film your wedding, birlhday  or any special event or rent Ihe  VHS movie camera yourself  Budrik's. 885-4888 or  885-9789. *6  REIKI: A gentle, powerful hands-  on melhod ol healing. Information  and appointments. Michael  Hamer, 886-7589. #6  Pre-School French and French  Immersion Pre-School starting  September 1991 in Ihe Lpwer  Sunshine Coasl. Persons interested in enrolling their  child(ren) contact Linda al  886-8186 belore 7 pm daily.  Please respond belore March 1,  1991. 16  RAY SKELLY, MP  OPEN  MEETING  "Canada  in the Gulf"  hlphinstnnc School Culctend  5 lo 7 pm  Thurs.. I:eb. 14th  "Spirit" our 3Vt yr. eM, 10 lb-  grey 4 black null, mile tabby  w/whtli spot on 1 ur, ran away  last Sept. mar Gibsons Marine.  Call 886-7519. #8  Earring at Elphie's Cabaret,  Thurs. night. Please call  886-9972. M  Losl In Sergeant Rd./School Hill  area. Blk, & wht. cat. Looks like  Sylvester. Pis. call 886-9145. #6  35mm Camera. Davis Bay Hill.  883-9918. #6  Jan. 7th, Sunnycresl Mall or  Parking Lot. Diamond ring,  reward, 886-7881. #6  Blonde colour Cairn Terrier. Feb.  2, Langdale. 886-9422 or  888-8370. #6  On Chadwick Road. 1 skateboard. To identity please call  886-2294. #6  4 month Calico kitty at Ritz Hotel,  Gibsons. Call 886-3343 #6  Pets 8,  Livestock  ...eSKrK^ffiL  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNI-CAL. NUTR0-MAX.  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also lull line ol bird seed  And much more.  Quality Firm 4 Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 866-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PMHRAM  Contacl Then & Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101. Gibsons.  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions  NC  Help reduce Ihe pet overpopulation problem - spay or  neuler your pel. NC  14 yr. old TB. mare Lots ol  spirit, Tack & access, incl.  S15000B0. 886-4625 #7  Al's Horseshoeing Service  Experienced, dependable,  prompl Phone 1-978-1920. #30  Wrinkled Chinese Shar-pei pups.  $300 886-7538. _^ #6  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Violin or Fiddle Instruction  Michelle Bruce  885-9224  61 Key Yamaha louch sensitive  keyboard    Like  new.  $400.  886-3643  #6ss  Full size violin  in case  good  cond..   $325.  Electric  piano.  $150,886-7075.  #6  Guilar Lessons: Acoustic & elec-  Iric, all ages, all levels; Irom experienced teacher just moved to  the Coasl. Dan Boyes. 886-4670.  m  CHARGEACAB  service  now available with  the  SUNSHINE  COAST  CAB. CO. LTD.  18-20' Hardlop boat 1/0. Consider any condition. 885-2544.  Ms  Child's cross country boots and  skis. Size 1 or 2. Eves.,  885-4503. #6  To buy Nintendo with games.  Good cond.. reasonable.  885-1916. #6  Fish aquariums and supplies.  Reasonably priced. 886-9890. #6  Older lube type amplifiers,  Dynaco, Altec. Elco, Fisher,  Heathkii. Scott, Quad. Leak,  Marantz. Mcintosh, etc.  885-1910. #6  Square 0 Main Panel Box, 60-100  AMP. 886-3288. TFNs  Commuting sludent needs ride lo  6:20 am lerry and Irom 5:30 pm.  Mon. to Fri., Roberts Creek area.  885-3600. #7  BC Building Code Book. Recent  and In good condilion. Eves:  885-6070. #8  BUYING  and selling  coins,' gold,  silver,  notes.  ���������TNI  Pool table, exc. cond., all accessories, 4x8. 886-4813 or  886-4845 any time. TFN  BudRiks  NINTINOO'SEGA  CASSETTES��CD'l  Discmans  Walkmans   v^V,  Portables   \\tp\  Home Stereo f/S>  Sony-Yamaha "*������  Pioneer-Phillips  104 Tinea Squire  ���atlnl TiI-Hiiii  885-4888  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earlh Station  885-5644  TFN  White moulded libreglass  balhtub. $100.886-4743. #02sr  Speed queen reconditioned  dryer. $125. 885-4529 alter 6  pm. if02sr  New Homelile 240 power saw.  16" bar. $275 firm. 885-4462.  *03s  1990 Raider libreglass canopy,  top ol Ihe line, tils Ford Ranger,  never used. $1400 new, sell  $800.885-5840 ��r03s  ALL PURPOSE  ALUMINUM  CONTAINER  40' x 8'  $3400 delivered  115-7171 or 115-7161 eve  Soil pink Shirley K maternity  dress. Very classy, warn once lor  wedding. $75 OBO. 885-2747.  #6  York 2001 weight set. $175;  Baby car seat. $50: Giant angora  rabbits, hand spun sweaters &  vests. 100% angora wool  $7.50/10 gm. 885-7083, Leslie.  #6  Ladles pink diving equipment, as  new. $950 OBO. Trades  welcome. 885-3374. #7ss  Useful used floats. 300'x8'. Very  reasonable. Jackie, 685-8500,  days. #6  Upgrade to AT? 40MB H.D.. dual  Hopples, monitor. $1500.  885-5466. #6  Apple HE computer. Duodrive.  monochrome and RGB colour  monitors, mouse. Epson printer,  joystick, software and lessons.  $1000.885-3131. 16  Seasoned firewood, split and  delivered. 885-5041. #6  T & S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil Mixed  You pick up or we deliver. Phone  885-5669. TFN  HAY $4.00/bale  ORGANIC POTATOES  Phone 885-9357  TFN  Computer IBM compatible w/30  meg harddrlve, monitor programs  incl., new cond.. $1100.  886-6356. #06sr  Nishiki expedition 18 speed,  mountain bike. Good condition.  $175,885-3790 #8sr  Almost new Sears Kenmore, 12  cu. ft. Ireezer $425 OBO.  886-7561. #8sr  New 3 ton engine hoist,  knockdown style. $500 Cost  $1200.885-2544. #8s  One owner 1977 Ford pick-up Is  ton 250 camper special plus  canopy, $4000 OBO: 20' Frontier  trailer, sleeps 5. forced-air furnace, 3 pee. bath, 2 tables,  fridge, new upholstery. $8000  OBO; Realistic MF 200 LCD fish  finder, like new, used once (sold  boat) must be seen to be appreciated. $275.886-2678.    #6  Horse manure pre-sprlng isle.  $18 per p/u or 2 lor $30.  885-9969. 16  Woodslove. therm, control.  $175; GE 17 2 speed washer w.  mini wash. $299; App. 7-8 cu.11.  Danby Inglis chest freezer, $239;  Maytag avoc. dryer, $267; Viking  30" coppertone, sell-clean,  stove,$359; Maytag white dryer,  $279; Inglis Liberator auto dryer,  $229; Gurney white 30" stove,  $249; Westinghouse 2 dr. f/l  tiarv. gold 16 cu. in. Iridge,  $429; West, white auto, dryer,  $239; Inglis Liberator white auto,  dryer, $257, and more, all  recon,. guaranteed for 90 days to  2 yrs. Corner Cupboard  885-4434 or 885-7897. #7  4 leg metal swing set; 2 swings,  2 passenger lawn swing, slide,  $75 firm. 886-9363. #7  4    yr.    Moffat    4-cycle  washer/dryer, $550. 885-6183  17  Computer: Macintosh SE  2.5MB, 45 MB hard drive, large  screen, mouse, keyboard,  unlimited PDI Shareware software, $2300.886-3483.       #7   ���'-��� ������ ������������-.- .-���---��� -      -- ������  '������ ���'���-' --' -��� -j -��� - s -^'l*i.->:--- Coast News, February 11,1991  19.  For Sale  Nearly everything I own from furniture to antique trunk, goll bag,  stereo, boat. Interested? Call  885-2044. #7  Compact washer, spin dryer,  $250; 7-drawer pine lingerie  shell, $150; 5-tier book shell.  $50,885-7376. ft  Chesterfield and chair, autumn  colours. Exc. cond., $300.  886-3677. #7  Toshiba microwave w/ESP,  white, .9 cu. It., lull power,  many leatures, as new, $295;  Smith-Corona typewriter XL2000  spellrlght etc., used one hour,  $190; Hitachi ghetto blaster,  dubbing etc.. $100; 4 - to gal.  aquariums w/ tops. $25 ea.;  BMX Kuwahara custom 3 spd.,  $95.886-2513. #7  15 cu. ft., chest freezer, $250;  temporary hydro pole, $250;  glass grinder with materials,  $125; chemical toilet. $50: 2  triangle thermal windows, $100.  885-6140. #7  Beautiful pearl necklace, 19".  Appriased $800 will sell $400.  885-5667. #7  For Sale  Faihtwi - Leisure cotton  clothing sold through home parties. Book your party now.  886-4861. Linda. fl  Complete photo system, Pentax K  & Nikor darkroom. Good buys,  886-3759. 18  8000 lb. Warn 12V winch. $600  OBO. 886-2348. #8  Heavy duty Inglis washer. $250.  886-7655. #8  Table saw. $225; 2 antique potbelly stoves, large $550, small  $250; jointer. $125: sauna stove.  $180. 885-5623 alter 6pm     #8  Colour TV, 24" Admiral oak console cabinet, $125 885-5606 #6  Antique wardrobe 1920  Mahogany w/oval bevelled mirror. $500. Rattan couch w/mai-  ching table. $250.886-7478. #8  Enterprise woodslove. $50; Mot-  fat electric range, $50. Exc.  cond. 886-8468. #6  SHELLFISH FARMERS New &  Used Lantern Nets lor sale. Call  John. 883-2551. eves. 18  18a.  Heavy  Equipment  BOBCAT 4  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY. WEEK. MONTH  8864538  Sacrifice. 1967 California style  bug. New 1800cc motot; race  cam; dual Weber carbs; quick  shifter; 300 k on engine; custom  painl 8, mags. $2500 Firm.  885-3865. #07sr  1973 Volkswagon Beetle, very  good cond.. $1000, 886-3071  anytime. #8  1970 Oatsun B510. New lires.  runs good, some rust, $450 OBO.  886-2377 ask tor Bill. #6  1982 Chrysler New Yorker, 4 dr..  exc. cond.. All power. Low miles.  $4100080.886-2348. #8  '82 Capri R.S., new motor under  warranty, body exc, $3300 OBO.  886-7854. #3  '85 Ford Tempo L. 5 spd., greal  cond., $5500.886-747P.       #8  '74 Dodge SW Monaco. Runs  well, good lires. $800 OBO.  886-2640. #8  1975 Plymouth Fury, slant 6,  aulo., exc. ft. end & brakes,  tires, $395, Trades welcome.  886-7227. TFN  Mercury Marquis. 9 pass. stn.  wgn, ail power, lilt wheel,  cruise, exc. cond. 886-3318 or  886-3618. #8  '85 Olds Cierra. 4 dr.. 3.8 EFI.  V6, all avail, options.  148.000kms. exc. shape. $7300  OBO. Sears delux-almond  dishwasher, $130.686-4795. #8  '75 Honda Accord, $175.  886-7710. #6  VE   i  COASTLINE 5  It USEO AUTO PARTS i  FOR OLDE  TIMES SAKE  New Selection of gsgea,  ��� CHINAWARE     v��  ��� KITCHENWARE   "JeTv,  ��� LINENS f'\\  ���DRESSERS       <r*KVf  W//s  Come In and biowse  1095 Hwy 101 at Pralt Rd  Gibsons 886-8261  4  Spring Specials  4 Any alternator     S 4 C 5  4 starter, rotor 10 5  4 Transmission, rear end      5  mU-pull. .only. .$59  a u-putit .only. ��� jsa j  4Full Service Available!  4 Lowest Prices! A  #1178 Stewart Rd  ,-^J  AMC 304 motor & transmission,  $200.886-8912. 16  1982 Yamaha YZ80. $225 lirm.  886-2196. #5  30.06 Remington. $150:1 Ml 30  cab., $350; household sale,  $400: stereo system reel to reel  Akai, 150 watt amp., turntable  and Bose speakers. $500.  886-4903. #5  Moffat dryer. Good working order  (currently being used) $150  FIRM. 886-8836. #6  IBM Legal Size electric typewriter  $400.; 4 Canon Calculators $25  ea.; 2 Video Display Monitors $30  ea; * HP 220 Vol deep well  pump $200; 500 It. 1'A" Plastic  pipe $50. Phone 886-2597.    #8  Trade or sale Hammon M-3 organ  excellent condilion, cash or trade  tor tools eves. 885-6070.       #8  Chesterfield. 2 lazy boy chairs,  chest ol drawers. 886-3657.   #6  Oil heater 300 gal lank $90; Indoor shuttle board & curling $65;  Man's new pants 36w $15.  886-6668. #6  Beautilul jewellry, like new: Pearl  necklace. $600. value $900; diamond stud earrings, $400, value  $650: ruby & diamond cluster  ring, $1300. value $2000; trl-  gold necklace, earrings &  bracelet. $550. value $800.  885-5667. #8  Bargainl Sanyo portable double  cassette stereo. Brand new, $95.  886-7375. #8  Mollat dryer HD16, $150:  Westinghouse portable  dishwasher, $50; Philco 20" colour TV, $50: McLary  relrldgeralor. Phone 886-7829.  16  Short wave receiver radio, model  DX-tOO, like new, was $169.60.  asking $130.885-7738.        16  Kenmore deluxe gold range, sell-  cleaning. $200 OBO. 883-2808.  tt  Complete hot tub set, accomodates 5-7 people, $4500.  885-5120eves. #7  Porta Potll, $50; deluxe rowing  machine as new, $275.  885-2271 after 6 pm. 16  Dark brown corduroy sofa,  loveseat & recliner, exc. cond..  $850.886-3735. #8  Seasoned firewood, $100/cord.  Phone l2-8pm, Mon.-Fri.,  886-7157. 18  Super 8 movie camera & accessories. Never used.  Speakers. Otters, 885-7327  eves, #8  Wesllnghouse laundromat commercial washer. Heavy duly  perfection Gibson dryer. Danby  Inglis Iridge. Or Irade, 879-5848  or 885-4877. #7  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abes Used Auto Parts  and Towing  886-2020  TFN  1986 Ford Tempo $4700 OBO  883-2906. #08sr  1985 Toyota Tercel, auto., good  cond. $6500. 885-4520. eves.  #08sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van,  captains' seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #08sr  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 for the  set, wilh covers 886-9500  anytime. #06sr  '74 Mercury stalion wagon, auto,  new exhaust system, new  radialor. new water pump. Good  condilion $795. 886-9500  anytime. ir06sr  '76 Buick 2 dr.. P/S. P/B. aulo..  red, $750 OBO. 886-4568 #06sr  '70 Dodge Dart slant 6. Runs  well, parts avail.. $600 OBO.  Phone 885-7284. TFNs  '70 142 runs & parts car. 360  Ford engine & C4 trans.  886-4938. 16  1979 VW Rabbil GTI, luel injected. 5 spd., 157,000 kms.,  good shape. $2700 OBO.  886-4698. #6  71 VW Westphalia. $1600. New  rear brakes. 885-7958. Cynthia.  #6  Tires lor Honda Civic. 4-155RI2  M&S excellent; 4 - 600-12 (summer) bias; 1 - 600-12 (winter)  bias. All on rims. $125.  885-4537. #7  1986 Mercury Sable, air cond.:  power windows. V6, $8650  885-7618. #7  1975 Plymouth Volare, S/W.  runs good, lor parts, $250 OBO.  885-2604. eves. #7  1980 Dodge Omni. $900 OBO.  885-6140. #7  76 Chev. Mallbu. 4 dr., 350  auto. 82.000 miles, runs good.  Everything works, new radials.  muffler, baltery. Rusty rear  lenders are ready for repair. Oilers or trade lor dirt bike or?  886-3892. #6  81 Escort wagon. 4 cyl.. aulo.  am/fm cassette. Good on gas,  $2000. B86-2198. #8ss  1965 Ponliac Custom Sport. 2  dr., hardtop, rebuilt327-350 HP.  Immac. interior. $2300.  886-2694. #7ss  79 Ford Fairmont, good cond.,  64,000   km.   $950   OBO.  i-2205. aft, 6pm ft  1985 Ford Bronco II, Eddie Bauer  special. V6. 4x4, assume financing, phone 885-6053. #7  1982 Toyota Corolla. 5 spd.. 2  tone, ps/pb, mags., $2000 OBO.  ���3455. ft  '89 Ford 250 H.D.. 4x4. diesel, 5  spd.. PB. air. cruise, tilt. PW.  PD, 2 tanks, more! 886-7013,  '76 Ford supercab, 6 cyl.. 4 spd.  dual rear end. new brakes, tires.  $1000.886-2206. #8  1982 Nissan PUKingcab. 5-spd..  very good cond.. $3500.  885-9869. #8  '87 Dodge Dakota with cellulai.  Make an oiler. 886-8116.  #06sr  1978 Ford F150 newly rebuilt  engine, new brakes, bait. lires.  $3000 OBO. 885-5896 eves  *06sr  1978 Ford 150. raised rool. V8.  automatic, PS. PB, $2000 OBO.  886-9626 TFN  1969 3 ton Chevy llatdeck. exc.  run, cond., needs inspection,  $3500 886-3001 #06sr  1984 Ford Ranger 4x4  Mechanically sound. $6500 OBO  885-5697. #06sr  1980 Jeep Cherokee 4X4.  PS/PB, 360. 4 BbL. gd. cond..  $3500 OBO 886-8922.       #08s  1977 Chev. Van. 305-V8. rebuill  automalic. sunrool. seals 5. good  cond. $950 OBO. 886-2111 days.  886-7520 eves. #6s  1977 Chevy Deluxe Nomad van.  parts only 885-2207. #8s  1983 Ford Ranger Pick-up.  4-speed, 8 It. box. 120,000 km..  $2900.886-8960. #9s  1984 Ford Ranger 4x4.  Mechanically sound. $6500 OBO.  885-5697. #06sr  75 Ford F250. Auto.. PS/PB.  390 rebuilt eng . supercab.  canopy. $700. 886-4522.    r*7ss  '82 Mazda V. ton blue p/u.  75.000 km, minimal rust. $3700.  886-2922. #6  79 GMC % Ton, show room condition, 886-8009. #7  '81 1 Ton Chevy 4x4 truck, 8'  box, 14' dual axle equipment  trailer, 100 gal tidy tank. $8000  OBO lakes it all. Will consider  trades. 886-2949. 18  1979 Suburban v. Ton. 4 whl.  drive. $2000 OBO, 885-5070. 17  '87 Ford F250. 4x4, 70,000  kms. $9800.885-5444.      ��8ss  1976 Ford F350. tlal deck. P/B.  P/S. good tires, runs well. $500  885-4522 #7  1977 Chevy 4WD Blazer, low  miles, good interior. $2800 OBO  885-7462. #6  I960 Ford Courier $500 OBO.  886-2038. #6  1982 Toyota 4x4 pickup. 4 cyl.. 5  spd. standard. 8000 lb. Warn  winch, trailer hilch. box liner,  canopy, $6500. 885-2157.     #6  Canopies - 8' Sportsman, $99; 8'  std.. $89: 6'std . $49; Chev. 8'  Fleetslde Box, $175; 6' Stepside.  $175,886-7227. TFN  4 - 6 bolt centerlines, 2 new BFG  All terrains 31X1050R15 lit GM  truck. 886-9691. 16  Campers  Dodge Maxi Van De-Lux 1988  13.368 km. Fridge, stove, oven,  furnace, flush toilet, sink, awnings. A/C all powered. New  cond., $29,000. 885-3789.  108a  Campers  18' Holidaire 73. exc. cond.,  asking $4800.886-4813.  #06sr  1977 Chev, raised rool van conversion, low miles. $6000.  883-9110. 18s  1976 Dodge 20' molorhome.  $9500, will take trade.  883-9110. 18s  24' RV Trailer. Exc. shape,  $3850.886-8009. fl  1974 Prowler, good cond., new  lurnace, $9900.885-9693.    fl  SECHELT MIME  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain llll Mvrn,  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  nama  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70      HP  1989-1990 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition. Lowes Resort.  883-2456. TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  1983 Campion 60 HP Mariner,  galvanized Highliner trailer, etc.  exc. cond.. $5900 firm.  886-8382. #08sr  24' Turner Classic, mahogany  with Chrysler hemi. well-  equipped with or without C  licence. 883-9555. #08sr  41' Cruise-a-home house boat,  sleeps 9, exc. cond., $29,500  OBO. 885-1943. #08sr  M.V. Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appoinled large lish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, moorage, parking, hydro paid nil Dec/90,  leaiunng new Swann auto, anchor pkg.. new LMS. 200 w/  Loran C. new fenders & brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely relinished hull and  swimghd. new handrails. Hush  mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler. 120 hrs. and  much more. $10,500. 885-7977.  #06sr  22'H/T cruiser, 225 OMC.VHF,  sounder, bait tank, winch, head,  sink, stove, down riggers, rod  holders, trim tabs. 425 hours,  moorage lilt Aug. 91. $6200.  886-4690 #07sr  14' C licenced fiberglass cod  boat New molor. Call 883-9234.  #06sr  20' Glasply cabin cruiser. 2%  yrs. warranty on 115 hp Merc.  0/B (new last Apr., only 19 hrs.  use). Incl. 8.5 Merc kicker, new  canvas top. new depth sounder,  stove, icebox, bait tank.  $13.500.883-2779.        M7sr  Mobile Homes  \ NO GST  i  1 On All 1990 i  } Lot Stock 8  \ Call Colloot 4  i 597-3322 t  2 bdrm. Atco 14x70 mobile in  Gibsons, complete wilh all skirting and deck lo be moved, exc  shape. $25,000 OBO. For appointment to view call 545-1760.  *04s  1983 Double Wide. 24x52', 3  bdrm.. 2 lull baths, lireplace.  vaulted ceilings. 4 appls., must  be moved. $65,000 OBO.  885-7455. #7  Newly renovated 40' x 11' Travel  Trailer on pad in Bonniebrook.  $19,500 lirm. 596-0634.       #5  1 bdrm.. 3V Komfort. 6x12'addition, washer, dryer, located in  M.H. park in Sechelt. Walking  distance lo beach, shopping,  marina, $195 pad rem. Asking  $24,500 OBO. 885-2241.       #6  1971 12x68' mobile. Fully loaded. $22,500 OBO. 885-4734.  You move. #7  Motorcycles  For Rent  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  We will  ��� Screen potential renters  ��� Do moving-in inspection  ��� Arrange lor maintenance &  repairs  ��� Collect the rent & damage  deposit  ��� Disburse rent monies to  owner  ��� Do moving-out inspection  GIBSONS  INDUSTRIAL  PARK  700 sq.ft. of ideal commercial/fight manufacturing  space, central location.  Owner may renovate tor ol  tice/showioom/ washrooms  elc. Conlact Steve Sawyer.  BRAND NEW  BUILDING  Ideal shop/retail/induslnal  steel building in Seamounl  Park 28'x52' with mezzanine, olfice. washroom,  shower and overhead crane  Two large bay doors, easy  access, security fenced  Conlact Steve Sawyer  Avoid all Ihe hassles and  problems, and lor just a  pittance, call the Property  Management Expert, Steve  Sawyer at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Wanted-Roommate lo share 2  bdrm. house in Lower Gibsons.  Across from the beach, terrilic  view & close to downtown sector.  $375 plus <k utils.. 886-3513. #8  K  In Stock at  ENMAC  cycle  Oil Filters. Batteries. Tires.  Riding Gear. etc.  Phone Jay at 886-2031  30' disp. cruiser. 340 Chry. dual  hyd. sir. live bail lank. VHF/CB.  stereo, sounder. $7950 OBO  885-2814.885-2515        #08sr  18' Sangsler 120 hp r cyl I/O  Sounder, trailer. Good cond.  $4250 OBO. 886-9047.     #08sr  19ft. Sangsler. 160 Johnson; E2  loader trailer; skis: Hie {ackels;  anchor; oars; inboard lanks plus  day tank $4500. 886-3001.  #07sr  11' 3 comp. hardwood Iloor inflatable boat. $1100. 885-4699  #08sr  E-Z-Loader Trailers Sales and  Service. Trades welcome  883-1119. TFN  Deplh Sounder Comder Model  CDM-80. paper leed wilh Hasher  excellent condition. $50.  886-3476. #6  Kenyon alcohol slove 8, oven. All  stainless with black glass oven  door Complete with pressure  tank. $350. 886-3476 #6  W.G. Sutherland Sales and Service. Mariner Force and Mm  cruiser. 883-1119. TFN  Heavy duly EZLoad 18' boal  trailer. $2300 OBO. 885-7586  #7  20 HP. Merc 1990 OB exc  cond.. 100 hrs.. $1350; 10' un-  sinkable dble hull F.G boat.  $950 (goes 40 mph w. 20 H P ),  10' all welded alum boal like  new, foam float, v. light, $595.  Merc OB 9 8. $450  886-2513. #7  1987 535 Yamaha Virago, exc  cond.. 1000 kms.. asking $2500  or trade. Phone 886-4690. #08sr  1980 Yamaha 650 Special. Low  mileage. $690 or Irade WHY  883-2952. #07sr  '81 Kawi 1000J Header, good  rubber. Like new. Fast.  885-5492 #06sr  1982 450cc Honda Nighthawk.  Very good cond., 3000 original  kms. $950. 886-8017. leave  message. #6  1984 KX80, $400. 885-7585.  Buy or renl-to-own farm w/house  avail immed.886-4938       16  Private lurn. accom. reqd. lor  responsible prof, woman. Feb  25 to Mar. 28. Conlacl Slephine  Boyd. Eagle Ridge Vet Hospital.  885-5158. IT  2 bdrm. & den house,  mall. Fridge & slove.  incl. hydro. 886-2676  1 blk. from  $825/mo.  16  Waterfront, cozy 1 bdrm. cabin.  Pender Harbour. Laundry  facilities, elec heat, fridge,  stove, cable, $400/mo.  883-9446 from Thurs. pm on. #6  Small trailer. 1 adult. Cedars  Trailer Ct. 885-3313. #8  Davis Bay, Wilton Creek Hall  Available. Wheelchair facllltlei.  885-2752,885-9863. 16  Room in Gibsons lamily home.  N/S. no pets. $300. 886-2227  #7  1 bdrm. suite avail. Feb. 1.  Marine Dr.. Gibsons. $650 incl.  hydro. 886-2260 ��� 534-2056. #7  Cozy 2 bdrm. home, lireplace. 4  appl.. $650 Avail. March 1.  886-7722. pis. Ive. msg.    TFNs  Gibsons newly renovated, view  suite, quiet N/S, rels., $475  254-5288. #6  2 bdrm. apt. lower Gibsons, new  bidrj close to shops & marina,  quiet, secure. $720/p m . phone  886-3420. #7  3 bdrm. home on 5 acres. Gibsons, avail.. Mar 1. $650  1-266-1501 *8  Housemates wanted: view house.  Granthams Landing. 1 bdrm..  $300 or 2 lor $550. Ulils incl .  mid-Feb Call 886-9621 #8  Going South Next Winter?  Relired Danish/Canadian couple  wpuld like lo return to the Sunshine Coast and wish lo rent a  comfortable home, preferably  waterfront and reasonably close  lo Ihe lerry, lor 3-4 monlhs  January April 1992 Exc  relerences. Call 886-9252     #6  N/S working couple wilh 2 girls  seek 2 or 3 bdrm. house in  Robts, Ck.. March. Rels.  885-5505 #8  EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS  Special savings on all models in  stock. Full marine services Hyak  Marine Services 886-2246    Holt  Yacht 39' 1981 Marine Tracer  liveaboard. Single diesel eng  3300 hrs.. F.G. hull, radar  Features loo many to mention  Serious inquiries only, 886-9799   #8  1982 21' Champion, exc shape,  economical V6 I/O: comes wilh  depth Under; down rigger, VHF  Lots ot extras. Tandem axle  trailer. Will trade boat plus cash  lor building lol. $12,000  886-9490. 16s  1989 Pacitica 20' Whaler. 1989  75 hp Mariner. Warranty $6500  883-9110 #8s  1981 28' Tandem boal trailer.  $15000BO 883-9110.        #8s  1987 Silverline 15' libreglass  hull. $500.883-9110.        *8ss  Northwest 21' sailboat. 4 sails  dinette, slove. sink, moorage al  Gibsons Marina. $6000 OBO  885-3131. #6  Granthams. 2 bdrm.. view,  garden. Ideal tor retired couple  Avail. Feb. 15. $650/mo  (416)889-4860 collect. #8  Granthams. new 2 bdrm. duplex.  Exc. view, avail. Mar. 1.  $600/mo. 886-7018. #8  1 bdrm. suite, ground floor, par-  Hal view, central Gibsons. N/S.  $450/mo Collect. 681-1351.  Avail. Mar. 1st. #8  2 bdrm. house, Iridge, slove,  washer, workshop. $450 plus.  883-9676. #8  Gibsons, new main Iloor,  $350/mo Christine, 886-8277  n  2 bdrm. duplex on North Rd. Vh  baths, utility room, garage. Close  to schools & mall. Avail. Mar 1,  $600/mo. Phone 886-7625 after  6pm. #8  I bdrm. oceanlront suite. Avail.  Mar. 1. Granthams Landing,  $550 per mo. 886-2071.  1-734-2595. ft  Ritz Motel 505 Gower Point Rd .  Gibsons Full kitchenette with  microwave, cable TV includes  Super Channel. CNN 8, TSN  Brand new view rooms available  laundrette Daily & weekly rales  886-3343. #7  For Rent  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  New British Columbia legislation  prohibits advertising which  discriminates in Ihe rental ol property. For example a person who  stipulates "no children" as a  condition ot rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status and  the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention of the legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  against them. The Coast News  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parties, weddings,  equipment rental. Yvonne  885-4610 TFN  STORAGE  Healed, pallatized, gov't approved. Len Wray's Transfer Ltd.  886-2664. TFN  Shared accomodalion in large,  new house. $100 week.  886-8952 16  Professional Mini Storage  New Building  886-8628  #9  Brand new. 1620 sq.lt. 3 bdrm  townhome. Covered balcony, Vk  baths., soaker tub. skylight. 6  appl.. mini blinds, carport.  $1000 per month 886-4680. TFN  Near new. sunny 2 bdrm.  townhome. 2 levels. 4 appl. IVi  baths, skylight, mini blinds, carport, $895 per month. 886-4680.  TFN  One   bdrm.   waterlront cabin.  Pender Harbour, Iridge. stove,  laundry  facilities,  greal view.  $400/month. 883-9446. #6  Davis Bay. 3 bdrm.. lull basement, executive home, view. No  smoking, no pels. $900.  885-9664. eves. fl  Bachelor suite. $400 plus  utilities. Clean, sunny, newly  linished, appliances, no pets.  1200 block Gower Pt. Rd. Avail  Feb. 24th. 732-7731 or  886-7021 weekends. #7  Small 2 bedroom cottage. Roberls  Creek on acreage, wood/elec  heal. Partly turnished, very quiet  $550. Exc 886-8836 #8  Spectacular 1 bedroom, waterfront, large deck, laundry  facilities, utilities included Must  be quiet tenants Available March  1st. $675.984-0838. #6  Hopkings Landing, large, bright  one bedroom and den. water  view $475 per month Available  Feb 15. 253-4145 ��8  To Share Furnished bright, executive home Roberls Creek  $300. Arthur 885-9859 #6  Large artist studio and residence  Hallmoon Bay Study  30x30x16' Free rent first year  in exchange lor ma|or renovations  to code, for artist handyman C3  zoning Contract or lease. Bob  Evermon, Emily Carr College ol  Art 687-2345 Leave Message  fl  House lor rent on one acre 1485  Park Avenue, available immediately $795 per monltv Can  Jamie 294-2102 ��6  Furn. 1 bdrm. apt in new bldg .  Gibsons. Avail. Mar. 1.  298-5215 #7  Sleeping rooms, reduced rent,  avail, immed 886-8828 *7  Mobile home. 2 bdrm. lully  lurn.. elec heal NO DOGS  886-9581 *6  Commuting tiring you7 Why not  spend week nighls in lurn. 2  bdrm apt w/cozy lireplace &  cat. w/quiet. health conscious  loomy 10 nun walk to sea-bus,  Ouay, cinema, etc on majorbus  roule Non-smoking women only,  $300 pel mo Call Carrie.  983-3908 #6  Bacheloi suite, can also be  suitable foi craft professional oi  therapy area Ouiel N/S single  female, neg . 886-4584 #6  2 bdrm . sell-cont suite Roberts  Creek waterlront. quiet, rets.  N/S. $475 886-4584 I1J  BAchefor suile. Sandy Hook.  N/S. $400 avail Mar. I.  885-2476 *8  1 bdrm. suite, Roberts Creek.  $450 & utils. avail. Mar. 15.  886-3123 #6  Davis Bay, Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair lacilities.  885-2752,885-9863. #6  Cozy 1 bdrm. view, garden,  parking nr lerry $375. Mar 1.  254-0277 ��B  Garden Bay. 1 bdrm. bsmt.  suite, partially lurn, single working person, ulils incl, $425.  883-9921 ��8  FOR RENT  1,100 to 1,400 sq. feet  in professional building  located in prime lower  Gibsons location ���  Space available March I.  886-3622  886-7255  Room fot rent, share lacilities.  turn home oil Gower PI Rd  overlooking Georgia Strait Call  eves . 886-9778 ��7  2 bdrm house. Iridge. slove  washer workshop S'.bO plus  883-9676 *8  Help Wanted  Kiwanis Village Care Home Cor  reeled job posting Part-time  mainlenance/utilily position  Houis ot work. 4 daily. Monday  -Friday Salary as per collective  agreement Job lo slart Feb  2151. 1991 Applications will be  accepted until Feb 14th to Mrs  M Scrioeler. Administrator     06  Help Wanted  Sea   /Krv53>  COSMETICIAN  ��� FulMime position  ��� Start immediately  Apply between  9-11 am, Mon, - Fri.  Resume required  |~T?|    See Debbie  Uial Gibsons  PHARMASAVE  Read books lor Pay!! Up to $100  or more per title Call 24 hr.  recordid message lor details.  1-206-298-5477 est R25  #7  Attention: Earn up to $800 per  week working at heme. Hundreds  ot companies need your help  Amazing recorded message  reveals details 1-206-298-8075.  #7  Pan-tlme/Full-time in new laundromat. Flexible hours. Call  Patricia. 885-6443 #6  VOLUNTEER  OPPORTUNITIES  Heart Fund needs canvassers  in all areas.  Alcohol 8 Drug Task Force  needs interested and concerned people to sit on a committee.  For these and more opportunities, please contact the  Volunteer Action Centre  885-S881.  A service funded by the  Ministry of Social Services  and Housing.  29.  Business &.  Home Services  C(i��bM rtatte uioick  9itliWoUtwn��  HOUSE SIHING  4 PET CARE  t .ranches Coast to Coost  Sharon    885-2228  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal. Insured. Guaranteed  Work Free estimates 885-2109  TFN  Renew your Home lor a lair price  and a guaranteed job call  Carpenter 885-7933 and we'll  talk building 885-7933.  Hi  The Rool Doctor  All   types   ol   re-roofing and  repairs   Ovei   30   years experience    Reasonable and  guaranteed  885-4190 16  All your construction & renovalion  requirements Call Stelan tor  estimate 886-3792 #6  Lawn 8 Garden Care  Low Spring Rales We have:  mower, brushsaw, chamsaw.  seeder A friendly neighbour you  can counl on. Gill certificate  available Call Lorraine or Bill.  885-9041 #7  Need a break? Housecleanmg  Have it all done when you get  home Windows oi ovens too1 Ex-���  cellenl relerences, 886-8735, *7J'  PRUNING: bed preparation,  maintenance, design & installa-l  lion Call Diane. 886-4557.     ��?'  Pari lime help needed in private  greenhouse Plant culture needed Senior prelerred, 886-2927  n  Part-time secretary duties, Mondays & Fridays, bookkeeping an  asset, invoicing, answering  telephpne. etc.. 886-8174      16  New Opportunity  Make $200-5500 Plus Per Week  Now! Assemble our products  Free 24 hr, recorded inlo. gives  details. 623-2011. 520-6444.  520-0435. 520-0103 or  520-0430 #8  Part-lime sales clerk required for  retail shoe store. Training provided. Send or drop off resume at  Linnadine's Shoes. Sunnycresl  Mall, S3. C15. RR2. Gibsons  B.C. VON IVO. #7   /���  Part-time help at Video Etc. Leave  resume. |6  Part-time hard workers, odd jobs  elc. Robls. Ck.. $7/hr.  885-5505. #8  Kitchens S Bathrooms  Complete renovations, large or  small, cuslom cabinets  Estimates 885-3259 #7 \  Structural and misc  sleel drafting (standard & autocad) 18 yrs  experience 1-465-1124 collect  #10  Bob & Denis Renovations, additions welding, decks & painting  One call will do it all 885-3617  #6  Logging - Skiddei or hilead 20  CUM to 20.000 Contract or  purchase outright Swap trees lor  clearing. All species 886-8417  886-2348. #9  Manuel Mechanical Burnaby  plumber would like work on the  Sunshine Coast Is both a plumbing and heating specialist Has  29 years experience al both new  and service work. Free  estimates. Call Richard al  420-4988 #6  ('unitism Sewing  & Alteration*  by qualified tailor  Fabric, fur 8. leather.  Fat .Ap/inintrmvit  pre ill 886-3175  Allot 5 lim iall 88b-~h<l4     .       ��� ..,.���.��� ��������. --..       . 20.  Coast News, February 11,1991  General Meeting  Fab. 12 - 7:30 Roberta Creek Community Use Room  a  Howtobe  a Local Hero  i\SK. When you want to  make your community a better  place, but don't know where to  sun, isk your friends. Chances  are, many of them are already  Local 1 lerocs, giving their time  and money to causes that  you can help    *>���  too. Be a  Local Hero.  A new spirit of giving  Happy  Valentine's Day  Remember those in the Gulf  HELP THE  **��THRIFTY'S  GIBSONS  DONATIONS     886-2488 or Box 598  FIB. 13th  29.  Business 8.  Home Services  Lady available lor house cleaning.  Professional work, everything incl. In price. Rels. avail., call  Jean. 886-8667. #6  Work Wanted  uonie PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��^  Upholstery       IaY  powtnrui rRUCK-MOUNTEl XKJ4  lOUiPMf'll .'leatt-l  fits: POSSIBLE RfSUUf  CHERISHED    /���  CARPET CARE  886-3823  �� DIVISION OF KEN OfVSIES  t SON fLOQICOVESINSS  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Phone aft. 6pm.  886-7830. TFN  Carpenter avail, for renovation.  additions, repairs. Relerences  Call Stewart at 885-6140.      #6  Carpentry, renovations, additions: retaining walls, patios,  fiberglassing. WHY. call Tom.  886-7652. #8  HANDYMAN: Carpentry, drywall.  painting, hauling. Satisfaction  guaranteed. Alan. 886-8741  evenings. #6  CHARGE-A-CAB  The Sunshine Coast  Cab Co. Ltd.  NOW provides taamr  VISA SERVICE IssiBsV  Work Wanted  Quality Renovation & finishing 17  yrs experience Doors, casing,  baseboard, chair rail, recessed  panel wainscoatmg, lalse beams,  built-in units, winoow sills,  custom laminating, crown  molding Relerences avail. Phone  Bill Skelcher. 886-4533        #6  NEED YOUR HOME CLEANED bul  don't have the time' Reliable &  honesl lady will do il for you. Call  Darlene. 886-2616 *6  Home Renovations: Roofing,  remodelling, repairs, painting,  reasonable and guaranteed Call  Lome at 885-4190 #6  Rubbish lemoval. window cleaning, brushcutting. rotolilling,  yard maintenance, etc Skip's  Maintenance Service. 885-2373.  #6  Sound Construction Residential,  commercial construction: renovations and additions. Free  estimates. 886-2835 #6  Mechanical, carpenlry repairs,  quality work at discount prices  885-4522 #6  Painting cleanups, no job too  small. 885-4733. #7  Custom built outdoor and indoor  furniture and refinishing  883-9199 fl  Carpenter/Contractor available  lor renovations, additions, decks  Brad Benson, 886-2558        #7  Experienced house cleaning.  Gibs. ��� Rbts. Ck. prel. Exc. rels.  avail., 886-3368 #7  Word processing, reasonable  rates. Pick-up and delivery. Call  Becky. 885-7733. #8  Work Wanted  Vaid work, hauling, landscaping  etc Reasonable rates. Call Bill.  885-6254. #8  Drywall taping, texturing,  repairs, renovations. Free  estimates. 886-8594. #8  Couple relocating Sechelt area.  Man seeks steady employment.  logging or construction, has extensive experience both areas.  Call collect eves., 279-9272.  #7  SAY IT WITH SAFETY...give  someone you love an unexpected  gift... a clean, safe  chimney...because a dirty  chimney is a deadly chimney. Call  885-FLUE (3583). #6  Child Care  u  Mothers interested in forming  small playgroup (3-4 kids) lor 2-4  yr olds, phone Cindy. 886-7375.  #8  Caregiving as a career: Interested  in becoming a caregiver in your  home or Ihe home ol a child?  Contact North Shore Day Care  Registry 885-6323. #7  Child Care  Molly Mouse Daycare spaces  available. 18 months to school  age. Fun tilled eating environment wilh ECE certified stall.  #31  Part-time babysitting available in  my home. 3-6 yrs. 885-5466. 16  Babysitter needed for 20 mos. old  child. 2 days/week, 3-4 hours.  Contact 886-8976. #6  Will babysit in my home. Loving  care Gibsons. 886-2227 alter  Feb. 6. fl  Will babysit in my home on North  Road. 886-3380. #6  Child care needed 20 hrs/wk.  $5/hr., my home. Granthams.  886-3159 #6  32.  Business  Opportunities  For Sale Dickie Dee  Ice Cream Diet.  Step van. skooter and spare  parts. 5 freezers. Summer gross  sales. (40.000. All for 190005  Call 885-2044. #6  Pleasant way to tarn as an Amway distributor of nationally  known products. In your own  neighbourhood il you wish. We  assist you. Phone 885-7144 or  886-9479. #11  NEW!  Funshine Daycare opening March  1. 1991 Small group care for  preschool children. Call Ginnie  Weston, 886-3377. #6  Notice is hereby given that an application will be made lo the  Director ol Vital Statistics lor a  change ol name, pursuant to the  provisions ol the 'Name Act' by  Sharon Leslie Craig, Box 773,  Gibsons, to Sharon Leslie  Danroth. #6  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY  FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN LAND  In Land Recording District ot New Westminster, and situated in  Secret Cove.  Take notice thai Robert G. Harrington, 2530 Queens Avenue,  West Vancouver, B.C., Businessman, intends to apply tor a  licence ot occupation ol Ihe following described lands: Un-  surveyed foreshore fronting DL 4553 LD 37 Group 1 N.W.O.  The purpose lor which this disposition is required is private  moorage.  From a point ol Commencement (P.O.C.) planted middle ol  Shote. North Side ol DL 4553: thence 40m N.: thence 15m E:  thence 40m S . thence 15m W. along the shoreline to the point  ol commencement containing 0.060 Hectares.  Comments concerning this application tile No. 2405241 may be  made to the oflice ol the Senior Land Officer, #401 - 4603  Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C., V5H 4M4^- a     ��� ��^_  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY  FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN LAND  In ihe Vancouver Land Title District.  Take notice lhal Sakinaw Properties Ltd.. 208 International  Plaza. 1999 Marine Drive. Norlh Vancouver. British Columbia, intends to apply lor access lor private lands generally  situated on Ihe south shore of Sakinaw Lake, north ol D.L.  3678. ol the following lands: A road allowance generally  cenlered on Ihe lollowing alignment. From a point A, 2E1m  + / - east ol the North West corner ot D.L. 3678 a distance of  112m +/- in a direction 22 degrees +/- West ol North:  thence a distance ol approximately 90m + /- along an arc ol  radius 100m lo a point B. 85m +/- along a bearing ol 3  degrees +/- East ol North, thence a distance ol approximately 105m + /- along an arc ol radius 70m lo a point C  95m + /- along a bearing ot 118 degrees +/- West ot  North, thence 75m +/- along a bearing ol 165 degrees  +/- West ol North to a poinl D; thence 125m along an arc ol  radius 100m to a poinl E being 120m +/- along a bearing of  122 degrees +/- West of North thence 20m to a Point F  along a bearing ol 93 degrees + /- West ol North being a  poinl on the properly line wilh Block A. 18m +/- north ol  Ihe North West corner ol D.L. 3678  The purpose lor which the disposition is required is access to  Ihe remainder ol D.L. 3681 and lo Block A D.L. 3681 and Lois  1 through 16, Plan 10000 and Lol 17 Plan 10795 and Lol 19  Plan 7579 all ol D.L. 3681 N.W.D.  Comments concerning this application may be made to the oflice ol Ihe Senior Land Officer #401 - 4603 Kingsway. Burnaby. B.C.. V5H 4M4. Telephone 660-5500.  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  $195  lor 25  words  These ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers. $3.70 each aoViilord word  ACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.      Call the COBSt NoWS 8t 885-3930  AUTOMOTIVE  DISPOSAL SALEI 1990 F260  4x4's, Craw Cabs, 1 Ton, Ex-BC  Government Rentals. 40 units.  1-800*452-6705. Lake City Ford.  MS606.  BUtLDtNQ SUPPLIES  DOORS! WINDOWS! Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French doors, wood windows,  skylights. MORE! Call need to  WALKER DOOR and WINDOW  In Vancouver al (604)266-1101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  8TART YOUR OWN IMPORT/  EXPORT business, even spare  lirm. No money or experience.  Sine* 1946. Free brochure:  Wads World Trade, cro Cdn.  Small Business Inst., Dept wi,  IS Skagway Ave., Toronto, Ontario. M1M3V1.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Beamy Salon newly renovated  and ideal location in Salmon Arm  wkh 20 yr. clientele. Excellent Opportunity. Selling lor health reasons. 832-2972 eves. Business  932-6400.  COMPUTERS  Complete Guaranteed Computer  Systems Irom $784. For tree  catalogue: write, phone or tax  Super-Byte Computers Lid.,  22361119th Ave., Maple Ridge,  B.C., V2X 2Z2. (604|463 8733.  Fax (604)463-9797.  EDUCATION  Unique Opportunity. New highway tractors lor sale wilh year  round oontrads puling company  Inkers. B.C.,Aka.,Sank,Man.  Fullbersfks. Call Phil or Moose  (604)583-7421.  EPC Environment Protection  Covers franchises now available.  New proven concept. Protected  krrkorlea, no competition, tow  Invest/nets, Irstnendous returns..  Melon required In al areas. Cal  (604)279*929.  Make money al home. Start your  own -business! Span lime, no  eeptrionco. Wrkatorlreedeiails.  J �� K, Beat 15390-B, Vancouver,  B.C..V6BSB2.  tlOO/DAV. How lo slay home  and make 1100/day. Call  (403)453-2005 for amazing ra-  OtN����W2FOB1Pl^loca-   In B.C. We  ofler cemeJate training andIturn-  thitxda^^caltr*  FREE career guide lo home-  study correspondence Diploma  Courses. Accounting, Alrcondi  Honing, Bookkeeping, Business,  Cosmetology, Electronics, Legal  Medical Secretary, Psychology,  Travel. Granlon (5A) 263 Ada-  laide West, Toronto, 1-800-950-  1972.  EMPLOYMENT WANTED  Over 8 yean experience In all  aspects ol plumbing, healing, waterworks and Industrial wholesale. Seeks employment In outside sales, mkJIo upper management or ratal Industry. P.O. Box  796, do Langley Times, P.O. Box  3097,langley,B.C.,V3A4R6.  FOR SALE MtSC  A FREE HUNTING, FISHING,  CAMPING CATALOG ($6 value).  Send your expired hunting or Bailing license (photocopy acceptable) and S.I.R. will mail you our  Annual Sportsman Catalog FREE  (388 pages -over 6,500 lama)  plus all Sals Fliers lor one year.  S.I.R Mal Order, Dept. 312,1385  Ence Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3G 3N1. Offer expiree  March31,1991.  TIRED ol HIGH fuel prices? Learn  how to make your own gasahd.  For plans tend $10 and eeH-ad-  draaaed stamped envelope lo:  R1C Mechanical, Box 212,  Ryorotl,AB,T0H3A0.  FOR SALE MtSC  Concerned about mercury poisoning in your body from denial  lilllngs or lish consumption? Detoxify yoursel wkh amazing natural Icod Irom Sweden. Also excellent healer lor radiation sickness.  Write lor tree inlormation or order  now. Now - $23. Black Sea Organic*, 7312 Martin Road, Agassi/, B.C. VOM1A0.  HUSBANDS WANTED - Due lo  spodal purchase situation Singer  Sewing Machine la offering for  sale lo ihe pubic a Hmked number  ot new special 1990 heavy duly  sewin; machines. These machines are Industrial strength and  sew Irom denim to silk even  LEATHER. Regular seams, bsnd  hem, automatic buttonholes,  monograms, applique and mora.  These machines are auHabk) lor  home, professional, or school  room sewing, 25 year extended  warranty. Your price vrthlhla ad  $299., price alter sale $499. "  SERGERS��� wkh dHlanntlal  feed. We are also offering a new  special 1990 rJtteranHal lead four  thread serger. Sews lour threads,  three thread rolled hems, bend  hems, stretch waist bands, gathering and mora. Your price $599.  Price alter sale $999. Cheque,  cash or erect, cards welcome. We  pay G.S.T. At these Singer Sewing Centres only, Coquklam  Centra Mal, (604)944-1119,  Richmond, 4580 NO.�� 3 Road,  (604)270-2521. OUT OF TOWN  ORDERS BY PHONE.  GARDENING  Aluminum/Glass Greenhouses  and Scfaduma. Single and don*  glazed, atralghl and curved save  units. Phone or write for FREE  BROCHURE: B.C. Greenhouse  BuMers Ltd., 7425 Medley Ave.,  Burnaby, B.C., V5E 2R1. 433-  4220.           HELP WANTED  TAKE THE SHORTCUT TO  SUCCESS. Enrol In the BCIT  Buber/Stying program. Cal Ken  Coleman al (604)432-8632.  Classes begin every week.  HELP WANTED  TRAIN TO MANAGE AN APARTMENT/CONDOMINIUM COMPLEX. The Government licensed  homestudy certification Includes  free placement assisstance. Free  brochure: 681-5456 or oulalde  Vancouver 1-800-665-8339 (24  hrs).   Needed sel-molivated people:  Make money working al home.  For tree information send  S.A.S E., Home Business Oiler,  Box 21020, Steinbeck, Manitoba.  R0A2T3.  OUESNEL SCHOOL DISTRICT  CUSTODIAL SUPERVISOR.  Applications are Invited Irom  qualified Individuals lor the position d Custodial Supervisor. The  Custodial Supervisor reports lo  the Maintenance Superintendent  The successful applicant la responsible lor Ihe entire District's  custodial program through Ihe  supervision ol 70 District custodl-  ane and liaison wan School Prlnd.  pafe. OuaHlcatlons and experience: proven leadership skills,  minimum Ihree years management supervision ol large stall,  experience and knowledge of  cleaning products, equipment  and techniqes, familiarity wkh  Union Cudectlve Agreements and  Employee Evaluations, experience in budget preparation and  rmnfloring wkh computer skills  considered an asset, knowledge  of the WHMIS Program, abilly to  provide cleaning instructions to  exlatlng and new personnel, la-  milarky wkh building alarm systems, good written and oral communication sklto, and technical  taetsute training In related IMrJa or  B.C.I.T. courses In supervision  and cleaning would be oonald-  emdanasset. Compensation:an  ettsfent Biatrial banaft package  siofceerfalongwlhaaalarylnlna  mid $40,000 range, depenrjng on  gueMcalkxw and experience.  Resumes should be submtled by  Fsruary 10, 1991 la Mr. Tim  Klolz, Secretaiy-Treaaurer,  Quashal School DMrka, 440  MoNaughton Avenue, Quaenel,  B.C.. vL3K8.phone 992-8802  HELP WANTED  Two weekly tabloid newspapers  based in the Fraser Valley are  each seeking lo fill a lob opening  lor a junior reporter. The job description tor these positions would  be primarily to cover apode along  win some news assignments.  Photography akils would be an  asset. Please send resumes to  Barry Gerdlng, Managing Editor,  Abbotsford Times, 33228 South  Fraser Way, V2S 2B3, Ab-  botslord.B.C.  LOANS MANAGER - 5 years  lending experience requked. Excellent work environment, salary  and benelHe. Send resume to  Paul Pupo, Columbia Valley  Credit Union, Box 720, Golden,  B.C., VOA1H0. Phone 344-2282.  Overseas Portions. Hundreds of  top paying positions. AH occupations. Attractive benefla. Free  details: Overseas Employment  Services, Dept., CA, Box 460,  Mown Royal, Quebec H3P 3C7,  EXPERIENCED PARAMEDICAL EXAMINERS required part-  time lor mobile pre-knunnce  exams. Venipuncture skills essential, oar necessary. Cal  Tammy at Medkest, 1-800-665-  TE8T.       LIVESTOCK  Matched Teams, Young Mares.  Shire X Qusrterhoree. Broke lo  hamass/ssddle. Very quel.  ExceHem draughl/heavy saddle  hones. $3,600 par team O.B.O.  569-2748, McBrids, B.C.  PERSONALS  FREE PERSONALITY TE8T.  Your personally rJelerrninas your  happiness. Cal the Dlanellca  Hotlne. 1-80LVFOR-TRUTH. 1-  800-367-8784.  TRAVEL  SKIERS: LakeLouke.Canada's  Favourle hae 3 day sH and ao-  correlation packages for only  double ooo   $163*enon, .  TOU WONT WIN A PRIZE  BUT YOU WILL REMEMBEO  TOHORROVTC FORESTS  ...TOMnCNtUtftQE  How  to be  a Local  Hero  Imagine j c,iud.,  where jwplc make (living  an iiitpoiuiit pan ol their  live*, where tneyplan  how much (hey can give,  in time and in money.  Where the* don't wail  ti i be asked to help. Imagine  the reward* o( being  one of thine people. Be  i Local Hero.  A new spirit of giving  MlnlUry ol  Tr��nsp��jfUtron  ���nd Highways  PUBLIC NOTICE  Changa Of Rornd Mmmam  Take netkee that It Is tfw Menttefl el tka Mkitatry ���* Traettpar-  tatien and Highways, far Ike sake al eaniUtafety la read patterns and haute numbering, Is affect tka fassstrksg read sane  cksages:  A) All that portion ol Lockyer Road in 01. s 1318,1319,  1320. and 2631 Irom lha Sunshine Coast Highway  north then east to the intersection with Hansen and  Roberts Creek Road is intended lo tie changed to  Hansen Road.  B) All that portion ol Roberls Creek Road in D.L. 2631  Irom the Sunshine Coast Highway north to Ihe intersection wilh Hansen and Lockyer Road Is intended  to be changed to Lockyer Road.  Persons who may have vatM eb|eclleni to this proposal are la-  vittd te aiprais the urn In writing ts this Ministry al P.O.  N> 740, Gibsons, I.C. VON IVO tutors February It, INI.  T.M. Forsyth.  District Highways Manager  for: The Ministry ot Transportation and Highways  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR  A DISPOSITION OF CROWN UNO  Land Dlipoikkin  In Land Recording District ol Burnaby and situated on the east  side ol Keats Island.  Take notice that John McNaughton ol Kamloops, B.C.. occupation manager Intends lo apply lor a licence ot occupation  ol the lollowing described lands; Commencing at a post  planted at the S.E. corner ol Lol 17, Block 5, D.L. 1594 &  1595. Plan 7616, P.I. 010-545-433. North Shore-Squamlsh  Valley Assessment Area, thence 10m S.W. along shore  Ihence 90m S.E. thence 10m N.E.; thence 90m N.W. to point  ol commencement and containing .09 ha more or less.  The purpose lor which Ihe land is required Is private  moorage.  Comments concerning this application may be made to Ihe Office ol the Senior Land Officer. #401 - 4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4M4. File No. 2405204.  &i*r8oje%fjs  tcr.*Ts x\st*f*eO  Oi.. rfftr/,f}f  Ohn 76/6  CtffilHtU  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR  A DISPOSITION OF CROWN LAND  In Land Recording Dislricl ol Burnaby and situated at the  mouth of Treat Creek on Jervis Inlet.  Take notice lhal George Home ol Jack Cewe Ltd., Coquitlam,  B.C., occupation V.P. Finance, intends to apply lor a lease of  the lollowing described lands; The land contained in the  original S.U.P. I0B8 less that land contained in the new  S.U.P. 17764 and containing 2.6 hectares.  The purpose lor which the disposition is required Is tor the  storage ot manufactured gravel adjacent lo our existing leased  land and gravel operation.  Comments concerning this application may be made to the Oflice of the Senior Land Officer, #401 - 4B03 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4M4, File No. 2405237.  J  ek+VAj.T   Ai^*t.ate��fea��f\  (&*^~m.ssm*tx    ��,*���  <*-4A   * eamg )  -*>   ���S.u.f sere**_  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY  FOR A DISPOSITION OF CROWN UNO  In Land Recording District ol New Westminster, and situated  in Bargain Harbour.  Take notice that Robert James Paton and Laurel Paton, 4181  Ranger Crescent, North Vancouver, B.C., Salesman and  Nurse, Intend to apply for a licence of occupation ol the  lollowing described lands:  Commencing al a post planted at the N.W. corner ol Block 19,  D.L. 1392, Plan 5388, GRPI; Ihence 30.48m W.; thence  15.24m S.; thence 39.62m E.; thence N.W. along shoreline  to point ol commencement.  The purpose tor which this disposition is required Is private  residential moorage for 10 years.  Comments concerning this application may be made to the Office of Ihe Senior Land Officer #401 - 4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C., V5H 4M4, quoting file #2405142,  >'      '  . tJSiJC sijvl  Y?i\  ^s -.'/   vs.. Ovsftr   .'afflri Coast News, February 11,1991  21.  In local schools this week  Positive African image promoted  by Joel Johnstone  A positive image of development in Africa is being  presented in the classrooms of  Elphinstone, Chatelech and  Pender Harbour this week,  thanks to the United Nations  Association of Canada  (UNAC).  Margaret Manifold, coordinator of UNAC's Africa  2000 High School Participation  Program, will be touring the  Social Studies 10 classes Monday, Tuesday, and Wednisday,  as she works her way up to  Powell River.  The program's emphasis is on  how students can get involved at  home���or through organizations such as Canada World  Youth or Canadian Crossroads  International, said Ms  Manifold. "It makes them more  aware and in touch with the  subject," she added, as opposed  to what she calls the negative  image of Africa conveyed  through the mainstream media.  "All we get to see are the bad  things, so we like to emphasize  the good things there too. We  haven't seen (here) how Zimbabwe is now producing enough  food to export some. There's a  lot of left and right dictatorships we hear about, but there is  a big move in places like Zam  bia and Namibia towards  democracy. In Kenya there's a  greenbelt movement to re-forest  abandoned land which was  formed entirely by women in  Nairobi, Kenya.  Manifold taught Social  Studies in Botswana in  Southern Africa for close to two  years and her experience there  gave her a deep appreciation for  aid programs designed to help  people create the means to being  more productive for themselves.  But, in light of the financial  cost of Canada's commitment  to the Persian Gulf War, she  sees funding from Canada  towards these programs to be in  trouble. Canada currently contributes four per cent of its gross  national product revenues  towards foreign aid through the  Canadian International  Development Agency. "Most  industrialized countries contribute seven per cent and  Canada is lagging behind...  we're just concerned the budget  will get cut again," she said in a  telephone interview last Thursday.  The United Nations  Association of Canada was  formed along with the United  Nations in 1946, to involve ordinary citizens in UN issues and  programs. But Manifold says  UNAC doesn't always concur  with UN decisions. Recently,  the UNAC national office made  clear its opposition to the war  initiative taken, claiming that all  possible steps were not taken  prior to the conflict.  St. Mary's gets smoke out  Following the swelling national and North American  trend, St. Mary's Hospital has  announced that, as of February  14, all areas within the hospital  walls will be entirely "nonsmoking".  The decision was taken by the  hospital's Board of Directors on  the recommendation of the  medical staff, and with the  strong support of most  employees, Hospital Administrator Ted Wright told the  Coast News.  For some years, smoking in  the hospital has been restricted  to the lounges for patients, and  the cafeteria for staff. From  February 14, all smokers will  have to retire to approved outdoor areas.  There's one exception to the  rule: smoking residents���not  visitors or staff���of Totem  Lodge, the long-term care facility, can continue to smoke in  their smoking lounge, "because  that is their home," said  Wright.  "The reason for the change,"  concluded the administrator,  "is that it is healthier for  everyone concerned that there  be no tobacco smoke within the  hospital. Also, the hospital is  conscious of its role as leader of  health care on the coast."  The Town of Gibsons has  also recently passed a "No  Smoking Bylaw", number 622,  which restricts people's smoking  in public places to designated  areas, and in some instances,  does not permit it at all.  Establishments besides St.  Mary's Hospital which have  recently declared themselves to  be totally non-smoking areas include Sunnycrest Mall, the  Creekhouse Restaurant and the  Blue Heron Restaurant.  For the Health  of the  Sunshine Coast...  ST. MARY'S  HOSPITAL  is going  SMOKE  FREE  :-:l  February 14,1991  Visitors, patients and staff may smoke in approved  outdoor locations. Ask an employee for directions.  Y >;  -cfc  *AL Otf  Upcoming  Meetings:  Provincial Emergency Program  Thursday, February 14th at 3:00 p.m.  Regular Board  Thursday, February 14th at 7:30 p.m.  Forest Advisory Committee  Wednesday, February 20th at 7:00 p.m.  at the Forestry Office on Field Road  Economic Development  Thursday, February 21st at 10:00 a.m.  Public Utilities Committee  Thursday, February 21st at 7:30 p.m.  Planning Committee  Thursday, February 21st  to follow Public Utilities  LAND DISPOSITION  In Land Recording District of New Westminster  and situated near Roberts Creek, on the Sunshine  Coast.  Take notice that the Sunshine Coast Regional  District, Sechelt, B.C., intends to apply for a  licence of occupation for parkland at Roberts  Creek and more specifically described as:  Commencing at the south west corner of Lot 10,  Plan 5157, District Lot 810, Group 1, N.W.D., being  a point on the high water mark of the Strait of  Georgia; thence, southwesterly, along a line  parallel to and 300 metres perpendicularly distant  from the high water mark of the Strait of Georgia,  to a point on the southwesterly prolongation of  the east boundary of Lot 3, Block 7, Plan 7188,  District Lot 1317; thence north easterly, along a  straight line to the south east corner of said Lot 3,  being a point on the high water mark of the Strait  of Georgia; thence, southeasterly along the said  high water mark to the point of commencement.  The purpose for which the disposition is required  is parkland and beach access for general recreation purposes.  Comments concerning this application may be  made to the office of the Senior Lands Officer,  Ministry of Crown Lands Regional Office, #401  -4603 Kingsway St. Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4M4. Quote  Crown Lands File #2405216.  Sunshine Coast Regional District  BULLETIN BOARD  5  SUNSHINE COAST 2020:  PLANNING FOR OUR FUTURE  FERRY  FORUM  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd  2:00 to 4:00 p.m.  GIBSONS LEGION  747 Sunshine Coast Highway  SCO*$ 10  s Tint I r  What is happening  to the Ferry Service  on the Sunshine Coast?  What is being proposed for a passenger-only  ferry service?  What are the Implications of such a service  Can the existing service be improved?  Do we want better service?  Panel Includes:  Harold Long, M.L.A.  Rod Morrison, General Manager, B.C. Ferry  Corporation.  Michael O'Connor, President and Chief  Executive Officer, B.C. Transit  (to be confirmed)  Gordon Wilson, Chairman of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District Transportation  Committee  This is an opportunity for you to hear and express  your opinions about ferry transportation.  Please note: For those unable to attend please  drop us a note expressing your concerns.  Address:  SCRD Planning Department  Ferry Forum  Box 800  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Annual Flushing Program  We are commencing our annual flushing program  from February 11th to 15th in the Wilson Creek  and Davis Bay areas.  You may experience short periods of low water  pressure and/or sediments In the water for brief  periods of time. The water Is safe to drink.  For weekend emergencies between 8 ��� 4, call  885-6213.  Thank you for your co-operation.  S. Lehmann  Works Superintendent  885-2261  L.690  SUBJECT AHA: BYLAW 297.5  HIOWY 101 CUtOCIA.  irojsntiAL OEvacfttNT  Guioaircs. i  1  ���"( tr���  cls\-       4��r;  mi  1   ,lj  r ,.-iir:r-iT7TT,rV;Y  -".hlOWNOF  ;������} Htcibsohs'  L-l_ltH"i ,'ltJU  MM��sW4v  Pie*             t 4f\   Tir?   \-4laa.  >m  a  h  ....   j  Sunshine Coast Regional District  NOTICE of  PUBLIC HEARING  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the Municipal  Act a public hearing will be held to consider the  following Bylaw of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District:  "Elphinstone Official Community Plan  Amendment.Bylaw No. 297.5, 1990".  The intent of Bylaw 297.5 is to introduce a  development permit area designation  applying to Commercial Industrial  designated lands located adjacent to  Highway 101 in the vicinity of Pratt Road  and Payne Road as indicated on the  following map:  ���  Basic design guidelines will apply to the form and  character of development and will address, in a  general manner, matters such as landscaping, exterior design of buildings, parking and signs. The  design guidelines will apply only to new development and redevelopment in this development permit area.  The public hearing will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, February 22,1991 in the Cedar Grove Elementary School Gym, 1196 Chaster Road, Gibsons,  B.C. All persons who deem their interest in property to be affected by the proposed bylaw shall be  afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters  contained in the bylaw.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaw and is not  deemed to be an interpretation of the bylaw. The  bylaw may be inspected at the Regional District  Office in the Royal Terraces building at the foot of  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. during office hours,  Monday to Wednesday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and  Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., from  February 11,1991 up to and including February 22,  1991.  Mr. L Jardlne  Secretary  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone 885-2261  as.   .��  -^-msf^rf..���.���--..    -..��-..  - tt   a*     aS�� a��l   Ssfl, T "til     it.    "��   ���*   lla.      ��� 22.  Coast News, February 11,1991  Inglis House, tax hikes, teen  support at Gibsons council  Vancouver Point Grey MLA Darlene Marnri addresses NDP  dinner in Sechelt. -jln Michael Sherman photo  "It's the NDP in '91"  by Rose Nicholson  In response to three letters of  concern over the fate of the Inglis house, Gibsons aldermen  have decided to refer the matter  to the Planning Committee.  The historic house was built  by Gibsons' pioneer Doctor Inglis and was frequented by J.S.  Woodsworth, founder of the  CCF (now NDP) party. There is  considerable interest in preserving the house as a heritage  building.  In other matters dealt with at  the February 5 council meeting,  aldermen heard a presentation  by Vene Parnell on the activities  of Travel Sunshine Coast.  Parnell described the extensive tourism marketing campaign that has been carried on  by the organization in the last  live years and asked that Council contribute $6000 to their  1991 budget. The matter was  referred to the Finance Committee.  Gibsons will be adding its  voice to those of other members  of the Federation of Canadian  Municipalities  to  protest  the  "dramatic hike in fees paid by  municipalities to license police,  ambulances and fire protection  services."  Recently the $25 fee was increased to almost $500. "We  should fire off a letter of protest  at these massive tax increases,"  declared Alderman Margaret  Morrison.  In a discussion of a request  for funds by Sunshine Coast  Breakaway, the teen and family  drug and alcohol recovery program, Mayor Small told  aldermen that his research on  the local program had convinced him of the reliability and effectiveness of the group.  He said that in his talks with  the high school principal, the  RCMP and youth worker Jim  Doyle, "they all speak highly  and are supportive of this  organization, in spite of its  checkered past.  "They ail assure me that this  group is doing good things for  the town and there is a very  definite need for it.  "My purpose in giving you  this information is that we not  dismiss it out of hand. My heart  tells me that we should support  this group."  Alderman Morrison supported the Mayor's position. "I  feel that trying to do something  about this situation...is one of  the more worthwhile things we  might be doing," she said. "I  read all the glowing accounts of  the Breakaway in  Penticton.  One of the names that caught  my eye ...was Jeannie Lamb. I  know that woman. She's a most  responsible, sensible woman.  She's on the Okanagan Board  of Health and the Penticton  Council."  It was agreed that a representative from Breakaway would  be invited to give a presentation  to Council on the group's plans.  Hi  $99.9*0  ��� wWs) w^mwe^  DEVELOPMENT  wwmsWmmm��W% \\\mmtmamm ��  ���  Y!  ,-;*** ,YV^  $112,900  *k "i  Near new 3 bedroom townhome. 2  i levels, 5 appliances, l'/i bathrooms,  skylight, mini-blinds, on crawl space,  carport.  Brand new one level townhome. No  I stairs, fireplace, 5 appliances, mini-  i blinds, l'/2 bathrooms, carport.  Local NDP catches election fever  by Jan Michael Sherman  It was billed innocently  enough as a potluck din-  ner-with-guest-speaker. But the  NDP affair held last Saturday  evening in Sechelt turned out to  be something of a political  "roast"���with Bruce Woods-  worth, Howard White, and  MLA Darlene Marzari functioning as human flame  throwers.  The first "victim" to be singed was Premier William  Zalm, with Woodsworth doing  the honours. Talking about  Vancouver-Point Grey  MLA���and guest speaker���  Darlene Marzari, the son of  CCF Party founder J.S.  Woodsworth said, "She (Marzari) had a toy store which I  believe she sold when she was  elected���not wanting a Fantasy  Gardens on her hands!"  Greenecourt Hall rocked with  appreciative laughter and applause as the full complement of  Sunshine Coast NDP officials  and party supporters tucked into a smorgasbord of homecooked food and plain-spoken  political rhetoric.  "Vander Zalm forgot to  cancel $70,000 worth of phone  hook-ups ordered for the fall  election which he had to call  off!", chuckled Howard White,  NDP candidate for the Mackenzie riding. "You know, legally  the Socreds can stretch it out  (the calling of an election) until  January 15, 1992���which is five  years from Vander Zalm's  swearing in���before they call in  the military!"  More laughter. This particular crowd doesn't appear to  be in much need of warming up,  but in politics certain rituals are  obligatory, and White is obviously enjoying himself. After  a sly dig at Liberal Leader Gordon Wilson over what some  regarded as a premature media  ad buy last fall (when it appeared Premier Vander Zalm  was about to call an election),  White lavishes praise on NDP  Leader Audrey McLaughlin,  then  introduces Ms Marzari.  A self-described "street-  fighter", Mazari wastes no time  getting down to the nitty gritty.  "We've been swimming in  lies for the last few weeks", she  says in pointed reference to the  Gulf war. "No matter where  you stand...these so-called  'hardened troops' are just  kids...The credibility gap has  never been wider..."  Mazari pauses for effect. "So  it is with provincial politics."  Suddenly she's grinning, asked  about the Premier's televised  speech of the night before. "I  asked a friend 'Did you watch it  last night?' He said 'Naw���1  watched it last year.' "  Her perceived plight of the  province was the centerpiece of  Ms Mazari's address, and here  her toughness was more than  matched by an obviously deep-  rooted compassion.  "(There's) a long-term plan  here of 'low-wage BC, a low-  wage economy...Our socioeconomic climate shows a thinning of the middleclass. It's a  plan! To bring in outside companies to set up here���lured by  cheap wages. But this is not our  dream..."  Now she's targeting the state  of higher education in BC. "If  we want to even achieve (so  much as) the Canadian average  in post-secondary school education, we would need to add  24,000 students to our system.  That's a whole university..."  Mazari smiles sadly at the image: "We don't spend enough  on our own kids." >  After hammering home the  NDP theme of "Plan! Priorize!  Include!", Mazari briefly, but  passionately, notes the need  she���and others���perceive for a  "Ministry for Women."  "Women are earning 63 cents  on the���male���dollar!," she  cries. "This means women need  to be subsidized...By the public  sector...Welfare...We keep  women in a subservient  economic position." An ironic  smile: "WHY do we need a  Ministry for Women...?"  Then it's an apparently impulsive prediction���one which  evokes a roar from the partisan  crowd.  "It's the NDP in '91! Har-  court is re-elected for a second  term! Then a third term!"  Mazari grins delightedly out at  the grassroots throng she's  counting on to make this rosy  NDP future possible. "Fifteen  years from now it'll be Premier  Mike Harcourt talking to Prime  Minister Audrey McLaughlin!"  Sechelt revitalizes  At the February 6 meeting of the Sechelt Council, members  gave support���in principle���to a recommendation from the  Downtown Revitalization Committee (DRC). The recommendation called for the removal and re-routing of telephone  and hydro lines along Cowrie Street and the installation of  decorative lighting.  The recommendation would encourage the involvement of  merchants and store owners with the DRC to develop a "cost  sharing plan" to finance the proposal.  PIKES  CONTRACTOR SUPPLY  We Rent & Sell  ��� Mini Excavators  ��� Skid Steers  ��� Fork Lifts  ��� Double Drums  ��� Concrete Mixers & Equipment  ��� Pressure Washers  ��� Manllfts  ��� Generators & Light Towers  ��� Air Compressors & Sand Blasters  ��� Pumps & much much more...  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