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 Le.gis I aft vp  BuiJding  Parliament-   Buildings  VICTORIA.   B.C.  V6V  1X5 95.0  Attention:Rod  Cardin  NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  STAB  D     19 4 5  January 4,1995 Volume 50 Issue 01  ������������������������������������  Police  crackdown  over the  holidays,  but Coast  drivers  fair well  7  Hopefuls  Searing up for  school  trustee  by-election  /  Boys will be  boys,  especially  with  new toys  New Year's Eve  at the halt���  always a  good time   9  Taking the plunge into a New Year  Into the chilly depths of Davis Bay charged 85 brave souls at the Sunshine Coast     to stay in the water for the ten minute limit took the wind out of many a dip-and-  Lions Club 1995 New Years Day Polar Bear swim Sunday morning. The challenge     dasher but over a dozen easily tread water to welcome 1995.       Joel Johnstone photo  "Z- '������-*'  ooking  back on lhe  news of '94  For some at the polar bear swim, staying in the water was never the issue.  Joel Johnstone photo  by Darah Hansen and Jane Seyd  January  New year on Ihe Sunshine  Coast opens grimly for naturalists as Ihe remains of oldest  known tree in Canada ��� aged at  1,820 years ��� are found in the  Caren Range. The yellow cedar  stump is discovered at 3,600 feet  above sea level on a gentle slope  and in a cut block harvested in  1990 by Terminal Forest Products.  About 100 human polar bears,  ages 8 to 78, brave lhe waves off  Davis Bay in celebration of the  new year. Nine "polar bears"  stay in the frigid 43 to 46 F  degree water for 15 minutes to  collectively win the competition  bul most last only 15 seconds.  Later in Ihe month, members  of the BC Fisheries Survival  Coalition threaten a coordinated  blockade of coastal harbours,  including the Sunshine Coast, in  its war with the federal government over the controversial Aboriginal Fishing Strategy. Coalition members say they want lo  see commercial fishing based on  licensing, not on race.  Meanwhile, school board secretary-treasurer Tim Anderson  announces a whopping $700,000  must be cut from an already-tight  education budget lo meet a zero-  deficit operations budget.  Property values on the Coast  sky-rocket by 15 to 40 per cent  with some rural area properties  increasing up to 100 per cent.  The Women's Centre opens  for business at the Rockwood  Centre after two years of negotiation and planning.  International Forest Products,  a major forest licence holder on  the Coast, fares the worst in Forest Ministry audit studying lhe  impaci of streamside logging  practices on fisheries habitats  along the BC Coast.  "I've looked at a lot of cut-  blocks...hut I never felt it was  lhat bad until I did some measuring," auditor Derek Tripp said.  And in Ihe Coast's first drive-  by shooting, a 17-year-old  Sechelt youth is shot in face with  pellet gun on the residential  streets of West Sechelt. A 17-  year-old male youth from Burnaby is later arrested and sentenced  for assault.  By month's end, Environment  minister Moe Sihota comes to  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper to  relose a two year "report card"  which shows significant  improvements of toxic discharge  into the water by BC pulp mills.  McDonald's announces its  intentions to set up shop in  Sechelt and has local restauran-  teurs worried aboul the fate of  their own businesses.  "There's no way you can  compete with a $1.69 hamburger," Sue Hergott of the Ship  Ahoy says.  February  The Roberts Creek Official  Community Plan is debated in  formal public hearing which lasts  for more than five hours and  allows about 200 people to voice  criticism and comment on the  document which will help shape  community development for the  next 25 to 30 years.  Meanwhile, Chaudiere proponents and members of the BC  Artificial Reef Society investigate locations off Ihe Coast, particularly around Thormanby  Island, for the possible sinking of  another vessel for use as artificial  reef for divers. President of the  society, Jay Straith, says a second reef will bring economic  benefits to the community.  The Sechell Indian Band  threatens to cut the water supply  from Sechelt to Secret Cove if  the provincial government does  not agree to negotiate land  claims.  The water pipeline is among  several public utility services  currently running through a utility corridor on band lands and the  Sechelts say il is operating illegally.  "We believe Ihe province isn't  treating us with the respect we  seek and we believe we've  earned," band councillor Wesley  Jeffries says.  turn to following page Coast News, January 4, 1995  year in review  A year of controversy and change for the Coast...  trom page 1  Later in the month, the band  agrees to postpone the plans  following a weekend meeting  with the provincial government. A two week extension is  granted.  Madeira Park's only gas  station, Chevron Canada, runs  out of gas after the company  decides not to renew its contract with independent stations  owners Peter Hunsche and Ron  Cymbalist because of "environmental liabilities and low  volumes." Chevron Canada  supplied Ihe Madeira Park station since the early 1960s.  The Sunshine Coast  Regional District threatens to  boycott a public hearing to  protest a draft management  plan directors say doesn't do  enough to protect the Coast's  two main watersheds, Chapman and Gray Creeks. Directors agree to ask for a temporary halt lo all logging activity  in the area until "significant  reclamation" of water quality  has occurred.  The Sechelt Indian Band  reaches agreement-in-principle  with McDonald's Restaurants  saying the band is 90 per cent sure the  deal is a go on band lands.  Plans are formulated for the creation  of a safe room for psychiatric patients at  St Mary's Hospital. Medical staff  express concern that a proper safe room  isn't available at the  hospital and police  musl keep psych  patients in one of the  jail cells overnight.  According to Gibsons  police, an average of  about six people who  could be better served  by a safe room are put  in cells every year.  The pool is opened  to the public in Gibsons  and the town receives a  $73,334 grant from BC  Hydro to help beautify  its downlown space by  burying overhead hydro  lines in the Gibsons  Landing/Lower Gibsons area.  Over 130 residents  submit applications for residency al a 21-  unit government-funded affordable housing project in lo be constructed in  Sechelt.  March  March comes in like a lamb with the  District of Sechell considering to offset  the cost of building community service  facilities by developing municipally  owned property like Block 7, beside  Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt mayor Earl  Basse says in council there is a strong  "possibility" the municipality will develop residential units on the land and use  the money generated from their sale lo  fund other projects around lown, including a new police hall and library.  Both Ihe towns of Sechelt and Gibsons are told they're in line to receive a  portion of the $675 million available  through the BC government for infrastructure improvements.  By mid-month, two young navy  divers from the HMCS Saskatchewan  die as a result of cerebral gas embolisms  while diving off Gibsons harbour in a  routine naval diver's training exercise.  Sunshine Coast Transit System is the  fastest growing transit system in the  province according to statistics gathered  by BC Transit. The slats show the use of  the system in 1993 grew 8.3 per cent  over the previous year's figures, handling about 26.4 passengers per hour the  buses are running, six days a week.  The abuse of cocaine of the Coast has  never been higher Sechelt RCMP say.  Sechell Indian Band councillors meet  face to face with Aboriginal Affairs Minister  John Cashore for firsl  time since band threatened to cut off the waler  supply lo Sechelt and  area. During the meeling, they discuss the outstanding land claims  issue but neither side  L yjj   __ will publicly comment  *���        ~   '      afler the talks.  The news of the  month transforms into a  lion when arsenic is  found in Sunshine Coast  and Powell River wells  and raises concern  amongst Pender Harbour  and Middle Point residents who report high  readings of the.natural  toxin in their well water.  Water service to the Pender Harbour  High School is shut off after tests results  show a concentration of the arsenic is  four limes the accepted level as specified  by Ihe Canadian Drinking Waler Guidelines.  A marked increase in serious crime in  the Gibsons area prompts Gibsons politicians to ask the Vancouver RCMP  detachment for more staff to be delegated to the local area.  Meanwhile, a Gibsons man is roused  from his sleep, beaten and robbed of a  small amount of cash and drugs in his  apartment by three masked assailants.  More than 100 Coast loggers and  their families attend a huge forestry  protest at the Victoria legislature in  protest of ihe government's proposed 21  per cent cutbacks to logging on Vancouver Island.  And after three years on the Coast,  the Save the Georgia Slrait Alliance  moves ils annual marathon over to Vancouver Island. Organizers claim, "II was  time for a change."  April  Medical staff at Sl Mary's Hospital  explore the idea of offering a detox program for a growing number of drug and  alcohol users on the Coast.  The regional district passes a budget  that's up $1 million from 1993 with  expenditures totalling just under $8 million.  To alleviate some of their own financial woes, members of Gibsons council  consider methods to incorporate Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper into the municipal  fold in order to get their hands on an  additional $5.7 million in tax base.  Local doctors warn that AIDS and  HIV are a real concern on the Coast wilh  as many as 50 people living here with  the disease.  Gibsons council decides to back out  of membership in the Vancouver-Los  Angeles Film Society for 1994 citing  "no bang for their buck."  BC ferries welcomes commuters  aboard with price hikes of up to 4 per  cent for both foot passengers and cars.  A local needle exchange program for  AIDS and HIV-related programs is jeopardized after provincial funding is cul.  As the month closes the Gibsons Pigs  Rugby Club celebrates the honour of  winning the Lower Mainland/Vancouver  Island Rugby Union division three  championship with a 17-9 victory over  the Kelowna Crows  And Sechelt teen Josh Iverson arrives  home happy and healthy after receiving a  new heart in a risky operation at an  Ontario children's hospital.  May  The flowers of Ihe Rockwood gardens bloom and so do the financial problems at the Sechelt's Festival of the  Written Arts Society. The society discloses a loss of almost $29,000 but festival chair Belly Keller remains adamant  the festival is here to stay 1      . Jummmm  Five full-time jobs are cut from the  local school district in order to help eliminate a projeoteddeficit.  >-����� .*-���**-.,:  Meanwhile, local foresl workers and  environmentalists alike react with hesitation lo a long-term plan for forest renewal announced by Premier Mike Harcourt.  While some fear for their jobs, others  wonder if the forests will really benefit  from Ibe plan and express concern over  the possibility of increased logging activities.  Ninety-one-year-old Mary Shannon is  welcomed back lo the Coast after spending a few months in a North Vancouver  care facility. Shannon's friends fought  for her return lo the Coast citing her 50-  year residency in the Halfmoon Bay  communily. Shannon was forced to  leave the Coast when she could no  longer look afler herself at home and  local facilities were too full to take her  Granthams Landing environmentalist  Ric Careless is awarded the Order of  British Columbia for his work in preserving provincial wildspace, including  heading the campaign to save the Tatshenshini.  An editorial entitled  "Who's minding the  store..." accuses local  merchants of "laziness  and thoughtlessness"  and sparks anger and  resentment in Ihe communily lowards the  Coast News. A reporter,  editor and publisher are  fired as a result of the  editorial.  Department of Fisheries and Oceans  announces the Pender  Harbour office is among  Ihose under consideration for closure due to  financial constraints.  Gibsons council  takes steps lo close  down an organic fruit  stand run by Nancy Gaudry. Council  claims the stand does not have a legal  permit while Gaudry mounts a campaign  of public support.  About 20 workers at Lafarge concrete  outside Egmont walk off the job  demanding a variety of concessions  revolving around overtime, and the reclassification of jobs.  The Roberts Creek Hall celebrates ils  Willi anniversary.  And Langdale residents Kim and Bill  Edmonds become proud parents of identical girl triplets.  June  Summer is in the air and residents  gather at a public hearing regarding the  fate of Block 7 to encourage Sechelt  council not to sell the 5.8 acre downtown  lot. Mayor Earl Basse responds with "I  don't really care if it's sold or leased, as  long as we get the bang for the buck."  Medical staff at St Mary's Hospital  fall under Ihe knife as nursing staff and  other employees are laid off subject to a  projected $500,000 deficil. The number  of beds in the hospital are also reduced  from 38 to 32.  "Il's really ugly at the hospital right  now...|lhere'sJ a lot of back biting," one  nurse says.  The Women's Transition House gets  the green light from Sechelt council lo  move lo a more central location in the  town. But before rezoning is granted,  council listens to several parents who say  Ihey are concerned for the safely of their  children if the house is opened nearby.  By month's end, a Roberts Creek  home is seized as part of a massive  Lower Mainland drug assets seizure.  Also seized is a 60-metre Panamanian-  registered freighter. The seizures are  linked lo a 1992 bust at a Richmond  warehouse where a six-tonne supply of  hashish was grabbed, worth an estimated  $23 million. Six men are arrested in the  incident.  Thirteen-year-old country singer  Sarah Norris gamers national honours in  a Canada-wide teen talent search.  July  A hot month opens with a burning  issue, as Sechelt residents demand action  on land-clearing fires they say are ruining their quality of life.  On the local government scene, Coast  resident George Skea swears the fight  isn't over after BC Supreme Court grants  Ihe Sunshine Coasl Regional District an  injunction to tear down Skea's boat shed  in Hopkins Landing.  Skea calls the regional district's  actions a "dirty, double-dealing double  crosji." He is given a deadline of July (4  Toremove the shed.  Meanwhile, a cat fight breaks out  between the SCRD and the local SPCA  over the regional district's decision to  stop impounding dogs at the SPCA shelter and to switch the service to a private  kennel. The two organizations disagree over  policies of euthanasia  and assessment of  ^ adoptable   dogs.   In  response to new regulations from Ihe SCRD,  the SPCA circulates a  petition protesting Ihe  "unnecessary killing of  dogs whose only crime  is living within the Sunshine Coast Regional  District."  In Sechelt, resident  Pat Chamberlin addresses a crowd of 40-plus  protesters at Trail Bay  who disagree with council's decision to allow a  condominium development to proceed. Council also comes under scrutiny for its  renewed interest in buying a municipal  office space after an advertisement  appears in the newspaper.  turn to following page  BY DONATION  Proceeds to benefit  the Boy Scouts  Bring your tree to the  Accepting trees to the  end of January!  FREE  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  a .il Mld-HiO'i  1 hour photos  5x7 prints 99*  Buy  Trade* Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  183-5710 Teredo Strait Secbelt 885-2882 Coast News, January 4, 1995  year in review  ...a year of heartbreak, joy and challenge as well  from page 2  The Coast is told Ihe "road  to nowhere" will be soon  headed somewhere after the  provincial government  promises $6.7 million to complete the second phase of the  Gibsons bypass. Work is  scheduled to be completed by  June of 1995.  A 24-year-old woman is  killed and another man is  injured by a runaway car in  lower Gibsons after the vehicle rolls backwards down  School Road.  The Coast News talks to  environmentalist Ric Careless,  the driving force behind the  creation of the Tatshenshini  Park and recent recipient of  Ihe Order of British Columbia.  Careless takes his award as a  sign environmental concerns  are becoming "much more  mainstream in society."  In Roberts Creek, residenls  celebrate as ICG propane  tanks are moved to Hillside  Industrial Park.  Construction Aggregates  discusses the possibility of  using treated effluent in place  of water in its production process. The company has been on water  rationing from the regional district since  high temperatures hit early in the month.  August  The hot spell that started on the Coast  last monlh continues in August as  Sechelt firefighters  respond to a series of  brush fires after a lightning storm.  At a meeting in  Sechelt, locals gel a  chance of ask questions  on the BC Forest  Renewal Plan, as representatives from the  province's newest crown  corporation come to  town.  The Ministry of  Forests confirms the  annual allowable cut of  the Sunshine Coast Forest District is again  tinder review, with the,  new cut level to be  decided by mid-summer  1995.  The last of the Clayoquot Sound  protesters from 1993 also get their day in  court this month. All get 21-day sentences, to be served under electronic  monitoring.  In Gibsons, tenants of the Execulive  House apartments have iheir power cut  oft after the absentee landlord neglects to  pay BC Hydro. Power is eventually  restored after the owners - a group of  businessmen from eastern Canada - pay  up. Later in the month Gibsons Council  passes a bylaw forcing owners to start  repair work on the building immediately,  after a report from the building inspector  states current conditions are dangerous  to heallh and safety.  On the recreational front, Ihe Sechelt  Indian Band announces it has submitted  a funding application to government to  support an $18-million recreation complex for the Coast. The proposal includes  an outdoor running track, two soccer  fields, two ball diamonds, two sheets of  ice, a full-length swimming pool and two  squash courts - among other things.  The band also says il will delay legal  action after its land claim is accepted for  hearing under the BC Treaty Commission.  A feud between Ihe Sunshine Coast  Regional District and the SPCA contin-  government spending which sees funds  going to Canadian environmental groups  through the Canadian International  Development Agency.  On the provincial scene, local mid-  wives cheer the announcement the government is moving a step closer to selling up an independent college of mid-  wives.  The Freedom of Information Act is  also extended to cover local governments, but nobody predicts a rush to the  municipal filing drawers.  Local beachcombers lend a hand to a  40-metre log barge which begins sinking  off in rough seas, two miles off Gower  Point, loaded down with logs and equipment.  Westmount Press announces plans to  close the Coast News on the same day  collective bargaining with the paper's  firsl union was to begin, citing economic  necessity.  December  In December, 350 marijuana plants  are seized from a home in Earls Cove,  along with a dog, two cats, and over 60  birds, after police are alerted to the pot  growing operation through a hydro  ues as the SCRD begins court proceedings againsl the animal shelter over complaints of barking dogs from nearby residents. The SPCA president calls the  court summons "harassment" by the  local government.  Funding for Ihe new  Gibsons library is  approved by volets.  Meanwhile, Porpoise  Bay resident John Bums  aims to see if he can  fight lown hall and win,  as he sues the District of  Sechelt for $10,000 over  dust problems in his  neighbourhood.  Six police officers  from Sechelt and Gibsons join beefed-up  security forces at the  Commonwealth Games  in Vicloria, where elders  from the Sechelt Indian  Band also attend a totem  pole dedication on  Songhees band lands.  Back in Sechelt, the  Festival of the, Written Arts draws  crowds once again to hear authors like  Bill Richardson, W.P. Kinsella, Roch  Carrier and Mel Hurtig included in the  1994 line-up.  September  As September begins, Sechelt residenls learn a Vancouver company, Tri-  Sil Minerals Ltd., is working on plans to  open a new mine for wollastonite and  garnet behind the Snake Bay area of  Sechelt Inlet. Neighbouring residents  vow to fight the mine, saying there are  already enough, environmental and aesthetic problems from existing mining  operations.  Police begin an investigation into the  suspicious dealh of a 28-year-old Middlepoint man, Edward Van Popta, whose  body is discovered under a large rock on  his property. Murder is later ruled  unlikely in the case.  A furor erupts as the Sunshine Coast  Regional District plans to take part in a  federally-sponsored junket to Ecuador.  An island near the south tip of Texada  Island makes its way into the news for  the first time. Owners of the 640-acre  Jedediah Island want the property lo  become a public park, but there's a $4  million price lag attached. A possible  source of funding is a $1 million estate  left by Dan Culver - a B.C. mountain  climber who died on K2.  Lafarge Canada Ltd., Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper and Halfmoon Bay  developer Frank Jorgensen all make the  province's pollution offender list for  environmental convictions in 1993.  A former caretaker of Sechelt's airport is sentenced to community work  service after pleading guilty to setting  fire to a vintage plane in February as an  act of "emotional revenge."  A two-car collision outside Gibsons  leaves one Pender Harbour man dead  and puts another man in hospital.  In Gibsons, two local residents - Leif  Harrison and Doug Clarke - are honoured for bravery for their role last year  in freeing a Squamish man from a burning car.  October  In October, fur is still flying al the  SCRD, as the SPCA presents a 1500-  name petilion protesting the local government's new dog impoundment bylaw.  Pender Harbour director Jane Reid  also announces she won't be supporting  the SCRD's trip to Ecuador saying her  constituents "don't think politicians are  deserving of it."  Third-party involvement is Ihe first  topic on the table as the Sechelt Indian  Band meets with federal and provincial  negotiators to discuss the lead-up to  actual land claim negotiations.  Sechelt planner Rob Buchan  announces his resignation.  Spawning salmon are threatened by  increased poaching in local streams  while former Coast fisheries officer Ross  Squire criticizes the Department of Fisheries and Oceans for lack of adequate  enforcement after resigning his position.  In Gibsons, doors close at Coast  Breakaway due to lack of community  support, only to open again after a resurgence of interest.  Family and friends struggle to find  meaning in Ihe death of teenager Jeff  Lewis who committed suicide under the  influence of drugs.  Cutbacks at St. Mary's hospital result  in some patients having to sleep out in  the hall for the first time.  Students at Chatelech win approval  from the school board to put condom  machines in high school washrooms, two  years after their first request was made.  Emergency procedures are on standby after 150,000 gallons of chlorine  dioxide are spilled in a pulp mill explosion in Powell River.  A lake in the Tetrahedron Plateau is  named in honour of longtime Coast naturalist John Hind-Smith.  November  A police investigation involving the  help of special explosives experts begins  after blasting caps, dynamite and commercial fireworks are found lo be circulating among youth in Sechelt. Police  believe the explosives  have been stolen from  several sites around Ihe  Coast.  Later in the month,  charges are approved  against three Sunshine  Coast companies for  improperly stored explosives.  TNL, the company  recently awarded the  contract to complete  phase two of the Gibsons  highway bypass, comes  under attack by BC  unions.  Gibsons council says  it wants to give police  more power to rid downtown streets of loitering  teens, lt also says it  wants the liquor board to get tougher on  Elphie's cabaret, which it blames for a  host of downtown problems.  Federal MP John Duncan criticizes     month.  Tri-Sil Minerals - one of the companies facing charges under the Explosives  Act - puts up a reward for the return of  blasting caps stolen from explosives sites  in Sechelt.  The school district considers the possibility of year-round schooling.  Union members erect pickets at the  Langdale ferry terminal to protest TNL  construction's presence on the Coast.  The debate over a pier at Trail Bay  heats up as about 50 people show up to a  Saturday morning public forum in  Sechelt. All agree they want a "people-  friendly" atmosphere at the waterfront,  but disagree on how to achieve it.  Police investigate the possibility of  arson after a Seima Park home is  destroyed by fire.  The Sechelt Indian Band signs a land  claim framework agreement.  Eight local people are named to the  Sunshine Coast's first community health  council, which will oversee a shift  towards regionally-controlled health care  as part of the province's New Directions  initiative.  A 1960s poetry book is taken out of  circulation at Chatelech high school after  a review of a two-year-old complaint  from a parent that it contains loo many  graphic descriptions of sex, too much  profanity and an "anti-establishment"  point of view.  Writers condemn the decision as censorship.  The province announces it will put  $2.6 million towards purchase of the  640-acre Jedediah Island  as a public park.  A Sechelt family is  surprised to find a sea  lion on their back porch  in the middle of town.  Jack Harman volunteers to build a statue of  Gibsons town founder  George Gibson, if the  municipality will pay for  materials.  A fourth company is  charged    under   the  Explosives Act after  dynamite  and  other  materials used to make  explosives are found  stored in unlocked trailers next to a power line  on Nelson Island.  The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum  continues its fight to preserve 50 years of  Coast history in the form of the Coast  News archives, once the paper folds next  The Ministry of Forests  is conducting a  Recreational Inventory  ofthe  Lower Sunshine Coast  Meetings to review the project and provide all  members of the public the opportunity lo  provide input are planned for:  HAI1M00N BAY ��� January 9lh, IM. ��� Halfmoon Bay Elementary School, 7pm ��� 10pm  ECMONT ��� January 12th, 1995- Eftnatl Community Centre, 7pm ��� 10pm  KEATS ISLAND ��� January 14th, 1995- Htmepon atKtati Camp, Ham- 2pm  GAMBIER ISLAND ��� January 15th, 1995 ��� GimlwMrwf General Siok. Ham ��� 2pm  G\^SO\*\%-SanuaryltlKl9^5-U<imtHom[lxlcm  SECHELT��� January 19th, 1995��� KocbmdCentre, Um-2pmA7pm-10pm  ���January 21a, 1995��� KoctmodCenlri, Ham��� 2pm& 7pm��� 10pm  LASQUETI ISLAND ���January 2iii 1995 ��� Uscpili lilandCtmmunity Hall, llan-2pm  PENDER HARBOUR ��� January 2iri 1995 ��� Malaspina Ranch, 7pm ��� 10pm  For information regarding this project,  please call 886-4711  9MZILMN<rHflKS  Excttult* ImportedGifts  IS Days of Sale!  Buy that eptfcial gift now  with 0jivln00 upto 40%  ��� Unearned Batiks  ��� Rwgs aid .Wallfiangings  ��� African Baskets  P^ColitmMan & African Artasks  *��H*tetma&  attans  SUSSEX  REALTY  i'si:i.i.i\(.  rwintnj uantto uaoaa m aaiaa or nouta a tmoriarn  Home or  Property  Evaluation  For action not excuses  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office Coast News, January 4,1995  opinion  Finding ways  to help us  breathe  a little easier  The weather on the Sunshine Coast has turned bright  this New Year. It's almost spring-like and the air is clear  and fresh. Or so it would seem.  An air bulletin from Chilliwack however, would indicate it's not all smelling like roses. A reading from that  fair city indicates the air quality is more than poor, it's  downright dangerous.  The information, culled from a Vancouver Sun article,  indicates weather and the exuberance of holiday traffic  may have combined to create the pollution problems.  The article says, even though an estimated 560,000  tonnes of pollution is emitted into the Lower Mainland air  on an annual basis, prevailing winds usually keep our  source of life breathable.  560,000 tonnes...  Despite the fact that we here are blessed with decent  weather, the kind of weather that allows us to breathe,  560,000 tonnes of pollution we help produce is going  somewhere. It isn't gone just because on an average day  it doesn't affect us.  Perhaps we should regard this freak of weather patterns  keeping our mess in our own backyard as a mixed blessing ��� we should view it as proof of the toxins we produce and we should view it as a glimpse into the future,  an indication of what we could be living in if we don't  make some changes.  What measures we as individuals can take to reduce air  pollution may seem marginal, but in the grander scheme  of things, every little bit helps. Walk every now and then  when you go to the store ��� leave the car at home when  possible.  If you know your car is polluting, have it fixed. There  are, in fact, laws in place to ensure driving polluting cars  is a fineable offence, but this is an issue that should be  purely a matter of conscience.  When it comes to dealing with backyard waste, think a  bit about the consequences of burning. Maybe composting or a trip to the landfill aren't such taxing experiences.  Yes, people are phenomenally adaptable. And we can  most likely find ways to deal with deteriorating air quality, just as we now expect to apply sun block to deal with  a deteriorating ozone layer. But we should all be trying a  little harder to prevent problems rather than waiting until  makeshift cures are necessary.  A little effort and expense now and we could all be  breathing easier in the years to come.  Thanks for  the effort  Hats off to all the volunteer groups who helped make the  holidays a happy time for those in need of help.  To the Elves Club and the food banks, to the Legions, to  the Rotarians and to the Lions, to the auxiliaries and to all  the other groups and individuals who gave of their time  and effort, it has not gone unappreciated.  As a collective you are perhaps the best example of why  the Coast is such a great place to live. All the best.  Defining 'record',  for the record  Editor Stuart Burnside presumably wrote the editorial  'Protecting the recorded history  of the Sunshine Coast' Coast  News, Dec. 29,1994. He may be  right in assuming I lack "a basjc  understanding" of the term  'paper of record'. It is not a term  I would use, but it has been  pressed into use by some letter  writers to lionize the Coast  News.  The term was common in  Chaucer's time. It has long been  obsolete, so Stuart's understanding is unlikely to be any better  than mine. (My authority for 'of  record' and subsequent semantic  definitions is The Oxford  English Dictionary 1977 edition. I consulted the 1932 editions also.)  Citing the Coast News'  record longevity, Stuart seems  lo view 'record' as defined:  "beyond all others of the same  kind; spec, the best recorded  achievement in competitive  sport." Defining 'a paper of  record.' however, is not so simple as he suggests. Yes, the  Coasl News holds the record as  the longest serving newspaper.  'Of record' doesn't fit here  though. Would one write about  Carl Lewis as 'an athlete of  record'?  'Record' as applied to newspapers carries the meaning:  "The fact or condition of being  preserved as knowledge, esp. by  being pul into writing."  This definition pertains to all  our legitimate newspapers, all of  which have archives preserved  in Victoria.  Hence each qualified as a  'paper of record'. Contextually,  therefore, the term is not only  obsolete but is also contradictory-  Fortunately the Coasl News'  archives are also preserved  locally. I deplore as much as  anyone the dumping of The  Press' archives, an act of inexcusable and, surpassing stupidity-  Stuart certainly knows now  that I would just as much  deplore the loss of the Coast  News': I sent him a copy of  what I wrote to owner Bob  Doull supporting Elphinstone  Pioneer Museum's bid lo secure  the paper's archives.  Finally I wonder why he uses  the redundancy "one Allan  Crane." Perhaps he intends lo  denigrate and uses "one" to  imply that I am little known  and/or of little consequence. If  this indeed reflects his view  when he's lived here for only  four or five years, he should  study the archives. We're on Ihe  same side when it comes to preserving them.  ALLAN CRANE  Roberts Creek  Talk about community spiritl  On the evening of Dec. 12,  our loyal SPCA volunteers got  together to stuff 12,000  envelopes for our coast-wide  mail out.  We started at approximately  7:30 pm "nd finished at 1:30  iattan to tht -Mor on mattart of  t ��_.. . ._..  .....    .   .���   ^ .j-.a   __%__ ______\'-^^  ���_A���\  \Ktwnmt WB fasarva Sip ngm w ���Or  tor twuMu. dtaritv and fanalHii Rlaaaa  ���Ml ttttWsJHjff VMPIJ *A*A t*A***mtat r*fl*Mf*M  tt% Vf.  **,-. _;_.  fiatfl^tfl^ sT}etaaa\tt\\a*t a���s\Waa*M  ���*\\Wtmm% m*w^Mfi *\mW^*m*W^*9t *\wA09  VQN1V0  am. A job well done by only 17  people. We would never have  done this without the help of  Cedars Inn managers, Tony and  Ruth Hemza.  Thank you for the accommodation and your valuable help  with counting and stuffing the  envelopes. You were great!  In the same mode, another  great sense of community spirit  goes out to Bob Buckle, owner  of McDonald's in Sechelt. On  Dec. 17, McDonald's "Help the  Animals" day look place.  Although it was a cold, rainy  and windy day, lots of people  came out to support the SPCA.  Including a percentage of  McDonald's sales, plus donations and memberships, we took  home approximately $800 for  our animals in need. Thank you,  Bob and your wonderful staff.  P.S. Did anyone see which way  that gorilla went?  Our "Pet Food Banks,"  deposited at various locations  throughout the community, were  an overwhelming success.  Again, thank you all for your  kind donations.  It is people like you who  bring hope and lighl back into  our animals' hearts.  And to all ihose volunteers  who freely give their time and  love to help our less fortunate  animals, lhank you for caring.  We need you.  The President and Board  Members, SPCA Sunshine  Coast Branch  Thankyou, Mrs. Cubbison, for inflaming the imagination  Each time we check out our groceries at the  supermarket we are surrounded by temptation. For  those with children, it's gum or candy bars. For us  grown-ups, it's reading material. You can, while  you wait in line, browse through glossy magazines  on gourmet food, little Dell books on horoscopes  or dieting or, the biggest temptation of all, tabloids  like the National Enquirer.  Every week lurid headlines promise us the  inside story on everything from the Royal family to  Roseanne's invitro fertilization. Glossy colour photos of O.J. Simpson and Vanna White promise us  j'Jicv tidbits on inner pages and the table of contents ic.'es us with items on how we can become  guaranteed millionaires in just six months or lose  60 pounds in 60 days.  It's hard to pass these by. After all, when a  headline reads: "98-year-old nun had twins!" who  wouldn't be interested in reading further. But I do  resist the temptation, partly because I'd be embarrassed to have people think I'd spend my money or  time on such blatant exploitation and partly  because I know that when I get home I'll probably  find the 98-year-old nun was just helping baby-sit  her great-grand nieces who just happen to be twins.  But still, each time I'm at the checkout the temptation persists.  coastlines  That's where Mrs. Cubbison comes in. I found  her on lhe shelf at Clayton's in Sechelt the other  day. She makes, among other things, Mrs. Cubbi-  son's Onion and Garlic Croutons. It was a toss-up  between her and Brownberries' product, but when  I saw what was on Ihe back of Mrs. C's package, I  immediately decided upon her.  There, complete with pictures, was "The Mrs.  Cubbison's Slory." Who could resist? Once home,  I could hardly wait until I got my groceries  unpacked to gel the lowdown on Mrs. 'C. Well,  like the National Enquirer, it was a disappointment. All I found out was that Mrs. Cubbison had  pioneered several "popular" products in the early  1900s.  Her most notable success, according to the  nancy maclarty  package, was her Melba Toasted Dressing and  Corn Bread Stuffin'. Tasty, I'm sure, but not  intriguing. However, il did give me an idea.  We all know il's a dog-eat-dog world out there  in the area of retail grocery sales. More money is  spent on packaging design than on content. So  what would happen if these companies started to  print Enquirer-type stories on the backs of their  packages? You'd either spend a lot of time browsing the aisles and reading packages or, more probably, buy the product wilh the juiciest stories.  I am therefore in the midst of preparing a proposal to several national brand companies suggesting just that.  I'm explaining in the proposal lhat people could  gel the juicy gossip without the embarrassment or  guilt of going through the checkout with one of the  tabloids. Folks could buy the product, because they  need it, and still get the lowdown on people like  Burt and Loni or Charles and Camilla.  I'm explaining in my proposal that this would  be a sure fire method of upping their sales. After  all, if you had a choice between a box of detergent  that just told you how clean it would make your  wash and a similar product with the heading on the  back "107-year-old woman sued for bigamy by  teen husband" - which would you buy?  Imagine milk cartons wilh exposes on Dolly  Parton or breakfast cereal boxes wilh Ihe lowdown  on what really happened on Michael Jackson and  Lisa Marie Presley's wedding night. Bread wrappers with stories aboul Loreena Bobbit, Bandaid  boxes with testimonials from John Bobbit. Canned  hams with details of David Letterman's love life,  or, especially for us folks on the Sunshine Coast,;  frozen banana cream pies with a play-by-play  description of Brett and Larry's Ecuadoran nights  printed on the inside cover.  I think I have a winner here. And, who knows,  if my ideas are bought, I could end up the subject  of one of those get-rich-quick articles you see in all  the tabloids. And it's all thanks to good old Mrs.  Cubbison.  COAST^NEWS  SubKriplion Kates toe  the Cotlt Ntstrl or the Wetltendee:  Canada: 1 year ��� $35 ��� 42 45 C.ST ��� $37 45  6 months ��� 520* $ 1.40 CST -$21.40  Foreign: I yr at ��� $60 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4702  lhe Sunshine Coast News is published on  the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by  Glassfoed Press lid.  Cibsons Office ��� 537 Cruice lane  Boa 460, Cibsons, B.C., VON IVO  I604| ����(, 11,21. Fax (604) 8867725  Seclielt Office ��� 5721 Cowrie SI.  Box 6B. Sechelt. B.C., VON 3A0  d.04] 885-3930,  Fax 1604) 885 3954  PuMMw               Joannaka Van Hatttm  AMocifft Pubttthm Larry Qiln  Sam Mi/i*0��r       Simono Cartysla-Smrth  AOvfttinfl  Raptaitntattvai       Gardar Qardarsson,  Jareca Edmonds, Elloen Murawsky  Othct MtVttiQsW       Anna Thomson  Accounting             Suaan Connor  (Met Staff  ��� Qtb*on��               Anna Paga  ��� Sacrtalt                Carol Qardarsson  Editor  Baportara  Photograph*  Production  Coordinator  Production  Stuart Burntida  Darah Hanson, Jana Seyd,  Sandra Smith, Mha O'Kaotla  Joal Johnstona  Andy Julias  Bov Shipley. Eiizabain Simpson  Patricia Wolf* Jsfl Grant.  |  )four community', AWAK&WINNIHC. newspaper  |  Thr Sunshine Coait News is protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any means is  prohibited unless permission in writing is fitst secured  from Classford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright. Coast News, January 4,1995  letters  Centring on  censorship  Regarding the poetry book  controversy, what I'd like to  know is this: How did Moira  Zealand rate a reply to her concern in a mere two years?  It must be over three years  ago now lhat I wrote a letter to  the school trustees about a subject which offended me. In the  wake of the Maxine's Tree controversy, I decided to speak up  about Ihe forestry company-  sponsored field trips that were  going on in School District 46.  These were accompanied by a  glossy brochure that tried to justify clearcutting and were led by  a Canfor (I believe that was the  company, I stand corrected if  I'm wrong) forester who gave  his employer's side of the  forestry debate.  I wenl with my daughter on  one of these field trips and tried  to ask intelligent questions when  I doubled the information we  were being given, but being a  mere parent, not an expert, I  didn't have facts at the tip of my  fingers with which to dispute  what we were being told. One of  the "facts" the forester told us  was that slash-burning is good  for the forest.  I later read an article that  claimed the intense heat of  slash-burning, unlike a natural  fire, destroys micro-organisms  in the soil that are necessary to  the regrowth of the forest.  When my daughter returned  from a second forestry field trip  saying, "The forest companies  aren't so bad, they plant a lot of  trees, you know," she was  unwilling to listen when I  explained that many of those  baby trees die because forest  plantations are not a natural  method of regeneration.  What was needed here, I  decided, was some dialogue - a  counter-expert on forest ecosystems to challenge the Canfor  employee, or a panel discussion  between the forester and a  knowledgeable environmentalist. You will note that I did not  ask that the field trips be made  'inaccessible, only that both  sides of Ihe controversy be  given a hearing. This approach  differs, I think, from Ms.  Zealand's. I asked - to quote  John Pass's excellent letter from  Ihe Dec. 19 Coasl News - that  the school district provide "a  forum for balanced and fair  minded discussion" of the  "offending" material.  What response did I gel? To  her credit, trustee Shawn Cardinall voiced the opinion lhat a  parent's complaint about curriculum ought to be taken seriously.  I then received a letter saying  they'd look into il. Last I heard  it had been referred to some  committee or other. As I said,  that was three years ago, at  least. 1 have only so much lime  and energy I'm willing to  devote to pursuing these matters.  Now, I'll bet that dealing  with my complaint would have  caused the trustees far less trouble than Ms. Zealand's has  caused them. But I guess they  can relate better to a parent's  demand for censorship than to a  simple request that both sides of  a controversy be given a hearing.  I am fascinated by the array  of reasons given for restricting  access to this book. "Racism,"  "sexism," "four-letter words"  and, my personal favourite,  "anti-establishment attitudes."  That about covers anything that  might offend either the "politically correct" left or the "family  values" right. Strange bedfellows indeed.  As for "anti-establishment  attitudes," society would never  change, for good or ill, if no one  ever espoused thoughts that  went against the grain of that  society.  Such socially acceptable  institutions as democracy and  Christianity were "anti-establishment" at one time.  It never occurred to me that  anti-establishment thinking  might be interpreted as a kind of  degeneracy by some. As for the  other objections, the classics of  the 19th century and earlier are  full of racism and sexism. Shall  we restrict access to these by  grades 8, 9 and 10? When my  daughter was little I bought her  a copy of A Child's Garden of  Verses.  Though some of these verses  are distinctly racist and imperialist in content, rather than  deprive my children of the  delights of the more inoffensive  selections I explained to them  that I was sure Robert Lewis  Stevenson had been a nice man  who just didn't know any better  than to write patronizing drivel  about black children, that it  wasn't his fault, just how people  thought in the last century. Then  there was that guy who removed  all the "dirty" words from  Shakespeare in order to make it  fit for young ladies to read.  And when I read the Bible  through at age 12, I could not  help but notice that sexual  ' assaults add war atrocities (often  perpetrated by the "chosen people" themselves) were described  in great detail.  No, this was a big can of  worms for School District #46  to open!  Maybe they're wishing by  now that they'd stuck to dealing  with complaints from those of  us who merely make pleas for  tolerance.  ANNE MILES  Gibsons  Listen to your  constituents  A reply to "Ecuador is hot  topic."  I feel I really must reply to  SCRD chair Peggy Connors  article in Dec. 24, 1994 Lightning paper.  >ll   H     IK  SUNNYCREST MALL,  GIBSONS ��� 886-8312  1,000 previously viewed  movies for sale    ,  S9.95 each  Children's Hospital  Puttins $mHes back where theybdong.  Larry Jardine saying he is not  going as a lourisl bul representing the SCRD.  What does he expect to do in  Ecuador? Tell the people of the  town wherever he goes they all  must have five acres of property  with highway frontage for each  family residence? With any luck  they will (1) laugh them out of  town, (2) stone them out of  town, (3) put them in a looney  bin. My personal comments: If  Larry Jardine does not have to  be replaced while on vacation  and all goes well without him,  what do we pay him for anyway?  I thought Ihe SCRD was  voted in for the Sunshine Coast.  Since when does the Regional  District have jurisdiction over  Foreign Affairs? I thought Foreign Affairs was a federal government mandate.  If Jim Gurney can accuse the  media of misinformation, I think  he should be accused of (sic)  Bigotry more so than Ihe people  who express their views to the  media. Personally, I think lhe  media is doing a very fine job.  Too bad more people are not  brave enough to voice their  views.  What can possibly be of  interest to the people of the Sunshine Coast about the Ecuador  political or economic system?  We, the people of the Sunshine  Coast, have enough problems of  our own right here.  With the tax burden on all of  us at this time and overspent  budget right here I think we all  agree the $6,000 that is really  tax dollars taken from the sweat  of our brows should be charged  to your personal account, and in  the future, you should only  spend within your budget like  we, the taxpayers must strive lo  do in order to keep a roof over  our heads and food on our  tables.  How many small businesses  have benn closed by being overburdened with taxes? There is  much to do with these tax dollars for the Sunshine Coasl  without blowing it away on a  trip.  Tax paid money which we  save after taxes and do without  in order to take a holiday once  in awhile. Six thousand dollars  added to your over-budget  would be well spent instead of  nine per cent raise in tax assessments.  By all means, go, whenever  you wish, but use your own  money.  There is a claim of good support for this trip. I have not  found one person who supports  it, and I see a lot of people. The  claim of support may be supported by some wishful thinking. My hat is off to Jane Reid. I  firmly believe she is the only  person on the SCRD board with  a conscience.  That's my opinion, anyway.  ANNE HYWORON  Sunshine Coast  "Discover Jesus  99  H'  ���  -��  Jan. 14  OJ.  21  28  5  it  Feb. 4  C  a.  at  11  0  18  E  a.  r*  with  Mark Finley  llrom TVs "It is Written-)  Jan I'l- Feb 18  'Best WisHes  for tlie  INfW year   HM at Scvcnn, Day Advontlst Church  Highway 101 (Comer of Urowning Rd.)  ��� Robert's Creek  #| Phone: 885-1870 or 883-2555  .1! II) ,!,l 1IH|I!��1I)        in-in in n     'ii.  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd,  Competitive Prices  886-7033  Bifltrict of g>ed)rft  P.O. Box 129,5S45 Inlet Avenue, SecheH, BC. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 686-1986 Fax: (604) 885-7891  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Committee Meeting  Schedule  JANUARY 1995  Public Worke/Englneering CommlttM  Cancelled  Finance and Corporate Service*  CommlttM  Wednesday, January 11,1995 at 2:00  p.m.  Environment CommlttM  Tuesday, January 24,1995 at 1:00 p.m.  followed by the Planning Committee at  2:00 p.m.  Community Ualson CommlttM  Wednesday, January 25th, 1995 at 2:30  followed by the Economic Development  Committee  Arena Schedule  January 1995  Mon.  11:00am - 12:OOnoon Parent & Pre-schod  12:00noon -1:30pm  Scrub Hockey  Tues  11:00am -12.00noon Parent & pre-schod  12 OOnoon -1:30pm  Scrub Hockey  Wed  11:00am -12:00noon Parent & Preschool  12:00noon -1:30pm  Scrub Hockey  Thurs. 11:00AM ��� 12:00noon Parent & Pre-schod  12:00noon -1:30pm  Scrub Hockey  Friday 12:00noon - 1:30pm  2:30pm - 3:30pm  3:30pm ��� 5:30pm  Scrub Hockey  Parent & Pre-schod  Public Skate  Sat.  3:30pm - 5:30pm  Public Skate  Sun.  3:30pm - 5:30pm  Public Skate  STARTS JANUARY 5,1995  Schedule for Regular  Council Meetinge  Regular Council Meeting: (1st and 3rd  Wednesday of every month at 7:30 p.m.)  for January: January 4,1995 and January  18,1995.  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Gibsons I .nulllli! 886-2936  Tlw MCCBT Little store In Oibsons Landing  news  $500,000 SCRD budget hike expected  r  mimmmmmmnwwmmwmmiimRrmmmMwwwim  & S3  1 BUILDING HOME HARDWARE  SUPPLieS  BUILDING CENTRE  '%crpprn$  Gofi*t'%ettnu'<i  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7IMYSAWHEK  We cm\ fuel products  88M253      883-9551  B  MARINA  PHARMACY  883-2888  ssEwess  MADEIRA  MARINA  BB3-22G6  -RseRSJTkm  Pender Harbour i  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1/2 Mile Nonh of Garden Bay Rd.  HWY. 101 '883-9541  by Darah Hansen  Residents in Ihe Sunshine Coasl Regional  District (SCRD) can expect to pay a lot more  in taxes this year according to the figures in  the 1995 provisional budget.  Passed by regional directors al a board  meeting Dec. 22, the revenue expected from  taxpayers is up by over $500,000 from last  year.  This potential tax hike adds lo the almost  $1 million tax increase implemented in the  previous year.  According to the budget, spending is up  in several departments and programs in the  SCRD including an estimated $200,000  increase under Ihe general government  expense account, bringing the total to $1.4  million.  Environmental health, electoral area planning, mapping and service records and build  ing inspection funds are also up significantly  with a marked increase of over $300,000 to  $1.6 million under the heading of 'fiscal and  other' services.  'Directors must pass the  final budget by  March 31 of this year'  Meanwhile, the Provincial Emergency  Program (PEP) has been allocated $93,175,  an increase of over $22,000 from last year's  budget. The increase comes after overspending in 1994 for ihe. program equalled almost  $5,000.  New expenses for taxpayers include  $100,000 for the preliminary construction of  ihe bike path in all areas of the SCRD except  Pender Harbour as well as the Oibsons  library.  Roberts Creek director Brett McGillivray  called the budget figures "preliminary al this  point." He said the budget was passed quickly after directors were faced with the year-  end deadline.  The budget was "reluctantly" passed,  McGillivray said, with the "full understanding" that come January, directors would look  at it with a "very critical eye."  McGillivray confirmed the SCRD staff  will be receiving a salary increase equivalent  to the increase in the standard of living. He  also said at least two full-time staff members  are expected to be hired this year.  Directors must pass the final budget by  March 31 of Ihis year.  High pulp prices prove boon to HSPP mill  LAWYER  883-9525  To Advertise  in this Directory  phone Janice  at 883-3930  MICHAEL C. CROWE  Blrrbacr ��� Solicitor  Notary Public  l\iulvr Harbour Itgai .Stn sets  12874 Madeira Put RU.  Madeira Put  883-9875  G. FULTON HEATING  OIL BURNER SERVICE  ANNUAL CHECKING A CLEANING  EMERGENCY SERVICE  885-2293  Kiui��>����i��)����iiii\wammamsa^^aa^^>to^^-^aaK  einoaie  Tar A Gravel. Shakes, Shingles.  Melal Roofs. Torch On. Duroids   22��2222   LOWINGS  WELDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� 883-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen  Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel. Clearing  Septic Svstcms  885-9222  To List in this Director*1  phone 885-3930  by Jane Seyd  Higher pulp prices mean  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  should operate al full production  in 1995 for the first time in several years.  After a slump in prices during the last two years, pulp is  now up again in the market, currently selling at about $700 U S  per tonne.  And "we are anticipating the  price will go higher," said mill  manager Don Stuart. That's a  big change from a year ago,  when prices were down around  $400 US per lonne.  Over the last two years, low  prices have meant regular shutdowns at Port Mellon, said Stu  art, because "we just could not  afford to produce al Ihose  prices."  Bul lhat isn't expected lo be  a problem this  year. Stuart said  there are several  factors which influence pulp prices.  Two years ago,  paper producers  weren't buying  much pulp, and  were holding their ___  inventories low  while expecting prices to drop  even further.  When worldwide demand  picked up in 1994, producers  There's a  tendency for  the price  to go up'  -Don Stuart  Then "there's a tendency for the  price to go up," said Stuart.  So far, the labour strikes at  Fletcher Challenge mills have  not been a large  part of driving  overall prices up,  he said, although  "BC is still a reasonably big producer of pulp in the  world."  Some BC print-       ers have apparently  had trouble meeting demand, however, because  of low inventories during the  strikes.  Another factor in the higher  were caught without much pulp.      prices is a current shortage of  pulp wood, which could also  drive the prices up, said Stuart.  While high pulp prices are  good news for the mills, they're  also having an effect on Ihe BC  printing business.  For some newspapers, paper  costs - which can account for 40  per cent of printing bills - are  expected to increase up to 25  per cent in the next three  months.  Opinion among market analysts is split at this point on  whether higher pulp prices will  continue or slump again in the  middle of 1995.  Most of the Port Mellon  mill's customers are in Europe  and Japan.  Coast cable on track for improved regional service  by Jane Seyd  There'll be new TV channels and higher  prices coming to most cable subscribers on  the Coast this month.  But Ken Hughes, the manager of Coast  Cable, says the local situation is not the same  as the expensive multi-channel increases  which have provoked an outcry among consumers in the Lower Mainland.  This month, Coast Cable is adding three  oew channels to its "full value.'' cable service, which now goes out to about 80 per  cent of the approximately 8600 cable subscribers on the Coast and includes channels  like Arts and Entertainment and CNN.  Full value subscribers will also see their  bills go up by $1.70 a month on Feb. 1 for  the service. But those who decide they want  to keep their sports network and MuchMusic  but skip the country videos will likely be out  of luck.  Says Hughes, "We do not have the technology to provide 'pick 'n pay'...At the  moment we can't do that."  Hughes says Coast Cable decided to add  the extra channels because of interest from  subscribers. "If we're proven wrong, we'll  change it in the future." ..,.;,<i ....... '  And while it's true consumers must call  the company to cancel if they don't want the  new full-value package, Hughes says Coast  Cable is not guilty of tactics Rogers Cable  has used in the Lower Mainland, which  include adding significant numbers of chan  nels to cable packages and charging consumers much higher fees for them.  Hughes says Coast Cable has not raised  its fees since it first started the full value  package in 1991.  Before that, a single extra channel like  TSN would cost consumers about $8 each  month.  Part of the reason prices are being raised  is work being done by the cable company on  a new fibreoptio system, which will reduce  the number of amplifiers necessary to carry  the signal and make channels more reliable,  says Hughes.  The new system will also give the company a capacity of 80 channels. Currently, the  Coast cable system can carry 35 channels.  f*tmUlt**t JLtift 1 Af  Re-opening  February 10,  1995  HAPPY  NEW YEAR!  foot of Gower PtRd  886-2188  feskioast  Cuisine  Wilson Creek  Family Restaurant  Seniors' A children's Menus  "l..-n ' Jim. bii, > ' *>iu.n.n. ��� In IL .  Wilson Creek Plaza ��� NH-7794  Feature of the Week  Wilson Creek  Family  Restaurant  Wilson Creek Plaza  885-7794  This is a quiet, happy, air-  conditioned heaven for the  whole family. Kids can draw  or color while focusing their  attention on the little gadgets  that come as garnish with  their Chicken Buddies or Fish  Treasures. Teenagers come  after school for the Chips &  Gravy. And, to Mom's delight,  Daddy can change Baby in his  own washroom...  Ihe Guest Book is a record of  many a satisfied comment on  good times, food and service.  Word of mouth spreads. Staff  has grown from six to 15 since  1992, when Patti and husband  Michael brought the  restaurant in the  Wilson Creek Plaza,  bringing along  manager Sheryl.  Twenty years'  experience in the  restaurant business  on the Sunshine  Coast taught Patti  what her market was  and wanted. She  made it a  welcoming,  unpretentious and  comfortable place, and  planned a menu that forgot  no one.  Breakfast is served from 7:30  a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Beyond the  usual fare of egg dishes, the  menu offers Belgian Waffles  and Sea Bennies - a variation  of Eggs Benedict, with Shrimp  and Crab Meat (it may well be  the only restaurant on the  Sunshine Coast that serves  real Crab meat!)  Lunch is served from 10:30  a.m., dinner from 11:00 a.m.,  both until closing time. Your  choice of classic sandwiches  and dinner dishes is wide  open - and is available to take  out. New-York Steak, Chicken  Cordon Blue, Veal Cutlet, Pork  Chop, Liver, Snapper, Salmon,  Fettuccine ... nothing is over  $ 11.95. A similar Seniors  menu is priced at $8.95.  Kverv Friday (5:00 - 9:00) and  Saturday (5:00 ��� 8:00) is PRIME  RIB DINNER (for $11.95)-  complete with Yorkshire  pudding.  Restaurant  Waterfront Dining  in the heart of Sechelt  Breakfast ��� Lunch ��� Dinner  7 Days a Week  Mon. thru Fri.  7am��� 2:30pm, Spm��� AiOpm.  Sal. 6Sun. Open8.00am.  DRIFTWOOD INN  Trail & Teredo, SecMI  885-5811  Come explore  the cave at  Order your shortbread  cookies or specialty  desserts now!  OPEN DAILY FROM  6:00 AM TO 11:00 PM  BREAKFAST  LIGHT LUNCHES  ���CAPPUCCINO  ��� ESPRESSO  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA  886-3165  8  Fomovs Recipe ChkkN  TatU thi Distrainee!  iat In,  ��� Chicken as you Uke it,  Nephew of the Colonel's,  Original Famous Recipe or  Crispy (Spicy)  ��� Lee's Legendary  ��� Fries  ��� Mashed potatoes  ��� Salads  ��� Desserts  ' Soft Drinks      ^ V  I  ryGrayyJ^  '*S~Vii*iA*F  Delivered  within  3 miles  (Fret with  min. 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The second  step is to invest in a small note  pad io keep a record of the  homes you visit. Note the  address, exterior style and  colour, as well as something  distinctive about the house that  will trigger your memory If a  house has real possibilities, make  a special note Jot down the  important features of each  property (positive and negative),  and share this information with  your Realtor so that you can  focus your attention on the  houses that will meet your needs  and will appeal to you.  If you need a good  Realtor, contact  Jon McRae at  Sussex Realty - Gibsons  886-2277 (office)  886-J999(home).  SUSSEX Coast News, January 4, 1995  news  New Year's Eve and, in fact,  the whole holiday Season, was  quiet for CounterAtiack  roadside checkstops, RCMP  report.  Joel Johnstone photo  Coast drivers fair well in CounterAttack  by Mike O'Keeffe  The RCMP were out in force  over the holidays, but random  roadside checks resulted in only  five impaired driving charges  being laid from Gibsons to Pender Harbour.  According to a report by the  Gibsons RCMP, 123 drivers  were stopped in town between  Dec. 8 and Jan. 13. Of those  drivers, two were charged with  impaired driving, and 11 were  issued 24-hour license suspensions.  About eight officers devoted  a total of 4 hours and 45 minutes to the checks, the report  said.  During the campaign, police  also investigated one alcohol-  related collision, in which one  person was injured. The random  checks were part  of the annual ������  Christmas CounterAtiack Road-  check Campaign.  Gibsons corporal Robin Blair  said the program  aims to "reduce the  number of impaired drivers and _____  ultimately to  reduce the number of accidents  as a result."  Though he is pleased with  the low number of charges,  'I guess people  are starting  to get the  message'  ���Bruce Haynes  been different, had the police  had more time to check vehicles. He said police could check  only 123 of  ������ "about one-million vehicles"  that passed  through Gibsons  during the campaign.  "If we had 15  police officers  out 24 hour a  _____       day, the statistics  would be different," said Blair.  "It depends on what kind of  resources are dedicated to it."  Of the 1,112 drivers stopped  Blair said the results might have     by the Sechelt detachment, three  were charged with impaired .  driving, six were given 24-hour  suspensions, and 24 received  written warnings.  The roadside checks also  resulted in 10 traffic charges,  said corporal Bruce Haynes in  an interview.  During the campaign, Sechelt  officers devoted 38 hours to  roadside checks from Roberts  Creek to Pender Harbour, said  Hanes.  Although he has not compared the figures with those of  previous years, Haynes said he  believes the number of impaired  drivers is falling.  "I guess people are starting  to get the message," he said.  School board hopefuls set for by-election  The nominations are closed and four candidates have tossed their hats in the ring to  replace school trustee David Scott, who  resigned from the Sunshine Coast School  Board this fall.  A fifth application made by Mariette  Berinstein was withdrawn during the Christmas holidays.  ���''-"''This is a first run for all candidates except  Arnet Tuffs who was defeated by 130 votes in  1993.  The by-election will be held Jan. 21 at  Sechelt's Municipal Hall from 8 am to 8 pm.  Advance polls will be held Jan. 11 and Jan.  13.  Here are the candidates and the issues they  hope to tackle:  Joyce Kolibas, 68, has been a leader with  the Girl Guide movement for 24 years.  "One of my main aims is to slow things  down. The impression I get is that everybody  thinks change is best. But you don't reinvent  the wheel that is still working...and where are  we going to get the money?...Also, there is a  large problem in Vancouver right now of people wanting ESL (English as a Second Language) and I don't see how we can bring  every language instruction into the  schools....! think, if people from other coun  tries want to keep up their language, they  should do it on their own time. But, we don't  have that problem here on the coast....I'd like  to see why students at the end of the line think  they're not getting what they thought they  should have gotten from the school system....We should just slow .ip a bit and take  the time to smell the roses, not rush in and  change things when, stoittfetiitits, they don't  need changing."  Lori Dixon, 43, was a teacher at Sechelt's  Mom-Ay-Mon Preschool for 21 yean.  "I think of this more along the lines of  community service....Right now, everything  is going through change. It's an interesting  time and I'd like to be in there adding my perspective on things....! would like to attend as  many PAC (Parents Advisory Committee)  meetings as possible to hear from the parents.  I think that's probably why the year 2000  prOgram didn't take off as well as it could  have���the powers that be didn't take the time  to talk to the people directly affected....But  change is the biggest issue....There has been  major social change in my 21 year career.  When I first started, children were from  nuclear families...now, single parent families  and two parent-working families are the  norm....There has to be change to all of the  social institutions that serve the general public...The system was designed for a society  that doesn't exist anymore, a society that has  radically changed."  Arnet Tuffs, 64, was a teacher in elementary and secondary schools around BC for 15  years.  "First, there must be equitable funding for  all of the district's library learning resource  centres....Some schools receive more money  for resources and library services than others....Another issue is the current board's  book banning policy. To me, this is unacceptable....Doesn't it seem a bit strange to you  that one school has restricted a book while  kids at other schools are free to read  it?...Theoretically, it's possible we could  have an 18-year-old prime minister....but  they will not have been allowed to read this  book....The school trustees have to have a  greater two-way open communication with  the people who do the work���the  teachers....I'd like to see suggestion boxes in  each school in the staff room....If elected, I  will make it my business to have regular town  hall meetings to discuss issues of education  with the taxpayers and the parents."  Candidate Sandra McBride was unavailable for comment at press time  pa  New - lined  Furniture & Collectables  WHARF STREET MARKET'  Wanted: Stamps & Coins  Open 7days a week, 10- 5:30pm ��j*i  5500 Wharf Rd.  1,000 SQUARE FEET  of office/retail space for lease  in Sechelt.  Excellent street-front location  in Trail Bay Centre.  (Cowrie Street)  For more information, please  contact the  COAST NEWS  885-3930  886-2622  please posl  Important Phone Numbers  You May Need In 1995:  If Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of England  Buckingham Palace, London, England  0114471930-4832  If Bill Clinton, President ofthe United States  White House, Washington, D.C.  (202) 456-1414  H Jean Chretien, Prime Minister of Canada  Prime Minister's Office, Ottawa, Ontario  (613)992-4211  �� Mike Harcourt, Premier of British Columbia  Premier's Office, Victoria, BC  (604)387-1715  H Gabridle Capewdl, Owns, Urban Gypsy  Gibsons Landing, British Columbia ,.    ...  (604)886-7455  Note Some of lhe above may not always return vour all,  bul Gabridle CaporfwiU.  Announcing Urban Gypsy's First Annual January Sale  Upto2Wooffsektedim  Urban Gypsy  '"ports, .  homa accitiorlti & dstlf a  Joh.op, Ho.ru W.Ji. ��� S... 11.00 ��� 8lOO PM   GihoM Ljajiaj     886-7455  police beat  Impaired driving  A Sechelt man races three  charges after running a Counterattack road check on Highway 101 in Sechelt last week.  Reginald Gary Hook, 34, is  charged with impaired driving,  refusing to provide a breath  sample, and dangerous driving.  Hook ran the road check on  Highway 101 at Monkey Tree  Lane al 11:21 pm on Dec. 28,  according to the Sechelt  RCMP.  Hook was driving a blue  van.  Police say Hook led constable Bligh Woodworlh on a  chase into Sechell, ihrough a  red lighl, and north on Wharf  Road where he was apprehended in front or the Royal Reach  apartments.  Vandalism  During the evening of Dec.  27, vandals caused damage to  Elphinstone Secondary School  by placing sandbags on  drainage hoses causing waler to  be diverted into Ihe school,  according to Gibsons RCMP.  The water caused a flood on  the gymnasium floor and surrounding hallways. Police say a  minimum estimate or damage  is set at $40,000.  Should the floor require  replacing the cost will incr.ase  to $120,000.  Police are asking anyone  with information regarding this  incident to contact them at 886-  9244 or to call the Crimestop-  per's line at 886-TIPS.  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There are many causes of confusion in the elderly. One very real one is hearing loss. If a person  allows words to slip by, much of a conversation will be confusing and the hardofhearing person will  appear vague and unattentive. Have an audiologist check that hearing.  Every 20 seconds, someone in Canada needs blood or blood products.  One of the greatest gifts you can give is a unit of blood. The Red Cross must collect 5000 units of  blood every day of the year to meet the needs of more than 900 hospitals in Canada. Give a unit  next time there is a dink here. (By the way, blood donors are eligible to give blood every 56 days  now.)    To start this new year otl right, we would like to reaffirm our commitment to providing you with  the best in pharmaceutical seivice. Make Dockside Pharmacy your prescription headquarters.  oocksfoe  886-8158  JphjaRrraciqy  Oem ut* 7 cm wetkdjn; Utattetel M; Sombo ��nd holdm 1 <M.  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Cable 11 Gibsons/Sechelt  Tuesday December 3,1995.  6:30pm: Mermaids, Myths & Legends  David Heppel and Nancy Moote  7:00pm: Life In a Flshbowl  Confessions of an Aquarium Director  Dr. Murray Newman talks to the Pender Harbour Wildlife  Society  8:15pm: Dance Coast Danse  2nd Annual Celebration of Dance  Coverage of the opening night performance at Ravens Cry  Theatre.  Cable 11 Gibsons/Sechelt  Thursday December 5,1994.  7:00pm: Talk to Your Local Government  8:00pm: The Invasion of the Japanese Clam  8:30pm: To Be Announced  SPONSORED BY SOUTH COAST FORD  community  A break after the heavy rain  over Christinas let the boys  and their toys out to play.  Shawn Morgan gives  Brandon Lemirc, 3, a push to  speed him up over the bumps  as he cruises on the electric  Big Jake powerwagon he got  for Christmas.  Joe] lohnstune photo  MAN AHLSTEN  0 years of award  winning experience  COASTWIDE  REALTY  885-0505  TNL  Paving Ltd.  Suite 235  10711 Cambie Road  Richmond, B.C.  Canada V6X3G5  Tel (604) 278-7424  Fax (604) 278-7107  To all Sunshine Coast Residents:  As you may know, TNL Paving Ltd. has  commenced construction of the connecting  phase of the Gibsons Bypass.  The completion of this construction will allow  speedier and safer access to the Langdale  feny Terminal for all. The construction wdrte W  will add more parking and a new approach to  the terminal. TNL will keep interruptions to a  minimum, but there will be frequent changes  in the traffic patterns and parking areas.  For those using the ferries please bear with us  as we complete these works.  %an*{ijou  Support for Barney documented  hy Mike O'Keeffe  A handicapped man who might lose his Gibsons  newspaper route has been overwhelmed with suppon from his customers and perfect strangers over  the past few weeks.  For three years, Barney Johnson has delivered  the Province newspaper in upper Gibsons, using a  custom-built electric scooter. Johnson suffers from  spinal cancer and relies on his paper route for exercise as well as income.  He learned recently that his employer, Pacific  Press Limited, plans to restructure local routes and  possibly force him and several students out of work.  Last monlh, Johnson said his job was in jeopardy  because his disability limits the number of papers he  can carry as well as the distance he can travel.  However, he now believes he will keep his job  when the new deal takes effect later this month. In  the meantime, he said, he is enjoying a flood of support from neighbours and the general public.  Al Ostrosky is one of Johnson's loyal customers.  When he heard of his friend's plight, he started a  petition, urging Pacific Press to "reconsider" its  decision and keep Johnson on the route.  In just three weeks, the petition, at a gas station  on Highway 101, collected about 450 signatures,  said Ostrosky in an interview. He said he removed  the petition last week but will keep the names in  case Johnson loses his job. '.,  Ostrosky said peopled lined up to sign the petition because they could easily sympathize with  Johnson's predicament.  "Barney is very well known around here," said  Ostrosky. "Anyone who knows him would support,  him right away. They can see he's a hard-working  guy, trying to earn an honest living and doing a ,  good job of it." i  However, Johnson said he was surprised by the ,  number of signatures, many of which came from  people living outside the community.  "Quite frankly, I was amazed by it," said John-  son. "I knew 1 had a certain amount of support out  there, but I had no idea how much support I had."  Johnson said he has donated about half his newspaper earnings so far to the Kiwanis Gardens project, which he designed and is in the process of  building. His plan is to recreate the Kiwanis Club  logo using about 30,000 tulip and daffodil bulbs. He  said it will take about three more years and $15,000  lo complete.  Scouts hoping to get into jam(boree)  by Mike O'Keeffe  Christmas is over, but the  Gibsons Boy Scbtttsifehapihg  the spirit of giving will continue  into the new year.  The First Sunshine Coast  Ventures and Scouts hope to  send a Venturer and a leader to  the 18th World Jamboree in  Holland in August. The rest of  the troop and their leaders also  plan to attend the provincial  jamboree in Prince George in  July. The cost of those trips will  exceed $15,000, according to  fundraising coordinator Birgit  Woolmer.  The troop has already raised  much of the funds, but scout  leader Ernie Barnum said they  will step up fundraising efforts  this month in order to meet their  goal. The scouts will benefit  from the third annual Christmas  Tfee drop off at tlfttMlbsons  ���TarttflBai1'1'"11!"' tf>  In exchange for donations,  the plaza is accepting trees,  which will be chipped into  mulch and used by local landscapes. Each year, the plaza  gives proceeds to a local charity,  said promotions coordinator  Beverly Tanchak. She said she  expects to raise about $300 this  year,  Trees may be left on the lot,  in front of the IGA Plus store,  where a box has been set out for  donations.  According to Barnum, the  Scouts could raise an additional  $1,000 through their annual bottle drive on Saturday, Jan. 7. He  said scouts and venturers will go  door to door in Gibsons on that  day, collecting returnable bottles.  ���'"A1 hit of people let WH Hot-"  ties pile up in a closet all year  and are glad to have someone  come and take them away," he  said.  Scouts will try to reach every  household in town, said Barnum, bul anyone who will be  away from home that day can  call him at 886-9482 to arrange  pickup. In addition, returnable  bottles can be dropped off at a  depot at unit 120 in the Gibsons  Park Plaza.  Barnum said proceeds from  Christmas-tree sales will also go  toward the jamborees. The  scouts and venturers did a brisk  business this Christmas, selling  about 450 locally-grown trees,  he said.  SUSSEX  REALTY  The IOV SI-LUNG OFFICE:  IN   (.1 bson s  (Muums Usmo Leader m .Sales of Homes & Property)  Notice Board  Ongoing events ����st be updated monthly  We reserve (he right to edit submissions for brevity  Ail submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine communily interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior lo the event.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS WEDNESDAY NOON FOR MONDAY DISTRIBUTION  THURSDAY, JANUARY 5  RNABC Worhihop for RNABC mem  bars. NAs and LPNs 9 am-2:30 pm Pre-  register by Jan 3 For more info: Laurean  Reid, 885 4738  FRIDAY, JANUARY ���  S.C. Nsturai Hlttory Society monthly  meeting, 730 pm, S C Arts Centre,  Sechell Quest speaker Jan Kolaska  Topic: A Naturalist's Visit to the  Ga/apayos Islands Everyone a welcome  lo enjoy Jan's presentation of her recent  trip to one of Ihe most unique natural  areaa in the world And it you think the  show a good, you should see our raffle1  SATURDAY, JANUARY 7  S.C. Minor Hockey Bantam C Division  Bottle Drive Pick up or drop off Info: 885-  0059 or 886-4958  MONDAY, JANUARY 9  St. Mary's Hoapltal Auxiliary, Sechelt  branch Annual General Meeting, 11:00  am, Whart Restaurant Tickets $8 50 al  Bobbie's Shoes or 885-6301 until Jan 3.  S.C. Peace Oroup meeting, 7:30 pm,  8146 Redrooffs Rd Refreshments.  Everyone welcome Info: 886-9151 or  866-4353  MONDAY, JANUARY 16  S.C. Resources Council monthly meeting, 7:30 pm, SCRD boardroom, Sechelt  Quest speaker from Centre for  Sustainability. Info: 665-3464  MISCELLANEOUS  Xmas Light Display at the Weals', nightly to Jan. 1 6:30-10 pm OldershawRd.  i Hwy 101 (west of Pen Hotel), Roberts  Creek.  St Mary'a Hoapltal Auxiliary, the Thrift  Shop on Cowrie St Is closed for Xmas  holidays. Please save your donations  until re-opening, Jan. 3,1996.  'Scapes Exhibit through Doc. 30, Quay  Gallery. Lower Gibsons.  Al-Anon Are you concerned aboul  someone's dunking? There's help for you  in Al-Anon Mondays, 8 pm, Sechelt  Health Unit; Wednesdays, noon. Action  Centre. Sechelt. Info: Gall, 665-0101 or  Shelly. 885 6490 52  S.C. Women's Centra - Mon-Thurs, 1-5  pm Support and information for all  women 5645 Wharf St., Sechell Into:  8654086 52  Elphlnetone Pioneer Museum, 716  Wtnn Rd.. across from Post Office,  Qibsons New winter hours are Mon.,  Tues. Wed & Fat., 1-5 pm Exhibits  cover the vast range of coast history  from the near to the distant past. All  areas and aspects of our heritage are  explored on two floors jam-packed with  fascinating displays. Be sura to drop by  soon Admission by donation. Call 986  8705 for mora info.  Parent'Tot Drop-In for parents wtth children up to 5. 9:30-11 30 am al the following locations: Qibsons United Church Hall  (Mon., Tues., Wed , Fri): Sechelt St  Hilda's Church Hall (Mon. & Tues I;  Wilson Creek Community Hall (Thurs.)  Info: Community Services, 885-5861  Prenatal Claeaes: Qibaons Health Unit  Next Early Class - Jan. 10, 1995: Late  Feb. 7. 14, 21 & March 14. Sechelt  Health UnH Early Class - Feb 7, 1995;  late Class Jan. 3, io, 17 with a  Breastfeeding follow-up in Qibsons Jan.  3) Next Postnatal Class - Dec 20 in  Qibsons All above Prenatal Classes are  from 7 lo 9 pm. Please register early as  classes fill up quickly To register for  Gibsons classes: 866-5600, Sechelt  classes 865-5164.  Sexually Transmitted Dlsesse Clinic:  (Hiv information, counselling and tasting) Phone for appointment in Qibsons  666-5600. Sechelt 865 5164  Single A Pregnant? CaH the i-tearth Unit  686-5600  Prenatal Hoapltal Tour: phone St  Mary s Hospital swiichboard to arrange  for tour. 865-2224 Prenatal only  Parent A Baby Drop-In gives parents an  opportunity to meel other parents and  discuss common concerns The group  gathers every Tuesday from 1:18 to 330  pm at 494 S Fletcher. Gibsons and In  Sechell al 5571 Inlet on Wednesdays  from 1-3:30 pm  School Entry Booster Clinics A boost  er dose of diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis is important for children entering  school. Qibsons clinics - 886-5600;  Sechelt clinics -885-5164  Needle Exchange: Mondays &  Thursdays. 3-4 pm, Qibsons Health Unit  MONDAYS  Women's AA Meeting. Womens  Resource Centre. Info: Carolyn, 885-  4672.  Recovery, Inc. offers a self-help method  to overcome Ihe negative feelings that  come from fear, anger, depression and  constant anxiety. 7:30-9:30 pm, The  Wellness Centre, Qibsons Info: 886  6026 52  Fibromyalgia Support Qroup. 7-9 pm,  Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit, Gibsons 26  Sunahine Toastmasters meet, 7:30 pm,  Community Use Room, Chaster Rd.  Firehall, Qibsons. Improve your communication and public speaking skills In a  fun and supportive environment - all  guests welcome Info: 865-4049  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer'* Support Group  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Info 665-5661  or 686 6369.  Exercise Programme in the Qibsons  Pool for people with arthritis, noon-12:30  pm every Tuesday. Cost: $2 52  WEDNESDAYS  Adoleecent Survivor Protect: a weekly  suppon group for female adolescent survivors (13 19 years) of childhood sexual  abuse, rape and/or sexual harassment.  Begins Jan. 11/94 Info: Trysh or Carol al  6655661  Poatpartum Dapreaalon Support  Qroup - Gibsons Heallh Unit, 1 -3 pm  Shorncllffe Auxiliary meets third  Wednesday of each month at Shorncliffe.  Info: 665-1915. 52  SecheH Village Reeldenta Aaan meats  fourth Wednesday of each month, 7 pm,  Greenecourt Hall Info: 665-5076.  THURSDAYS  3C'a Weight Loan Support Oroup  meets afternoons 10:30-12:30pm, call  686-2692, and evenings 6:30-8:00pm,  call 666-7159, at the United Church,  Glassford Rd, Gibsons.  Birth Control Cllnle, Coast-Garibaldi  Heallh Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, 7-9 pm.  Confidential service - everyone welcome.  No appointmenl needed. Info: 665-7770.  Adult Recreational Volleyball, 7:30-  9:30 pm, Elphinstone Secondary. Drop-in  (3 Info: 686-6779. 62  FRIDAYS  Breast Self-Exam Clinic First Friday of  each month, 7:30-9 pm, Qibaons Health  Unit.  United Church Thrift Shop, 1-3 pm,  church basement, lane off Trueman  Road  george In gibsons  by George Cooper  A Sechelt couple spent five  days backpacking last September  in Cape Scott Provincial Park in  Ihe northern end of Vancouver  Island - something they had been  wanting to do for a long time.  "Rained only at night a couple  of times," Ron Allison said. But  Shirley added, "A gale brought  the rain in a wild downpour Ihe  night we camped at Nels Bight.''  AK Charters had brought  them out of Port Hardy through  Ooletes Channel to land Ihem at  Fisherman's Bay in Nissen  Bight. Later they would be  picked up at the San Josef Bay  parking lot near the southern end  of the park and returned by van  to Port Hardy.  "From our camp al Nels Bight  we did a day hike to Cape Scott.  Saw stretches of beautiful beach  along the way. Simply beautiful.  We visited Cape Scott lighthouse  which was built in 1960 The two  families there had us sign a petition to keep the lighthouse  manned. There were 265 steps  down to the lighthouse from the  trail and 265 back. The hike to  Eric Lake was on a muddy trail  from a recenl rain. Pretty rugged  going with windfalls of huge  trees frequently blocking the  trail. Tough going with 40-pound  packs.  "We hiked aboul the head of  San Josef Bay while awaiting the  van to come from Port Hardy.  Not much to mark the early settlements but ruined remains of  houses and a few farm implements still standing in former  meadows. Even the planked road  built by the army for its radar station in WWII at Guise Bay is  marked only by rotting timber  here and there. The station buildings were long since ransacked.  "Although we had taken care  to chlorinate all our drinking  water as we were warned to do, I  still got infected with a parasite.  Didn't give the chlorine pills  enough time to work in our water  container. Took a long time to  recover from that," Ron said.  Parasite infections are not  restricted to wilderness parks by  the way, for recent news reports  tell of concerns with regional  water supplies. Greater Vancouver for instance.  If you plan a hiking adventure  in Cape Scott park, read the Cape  Scott Story by Lester Peterson, a  well-liked teacher at Elphinstone  Secondary some years ago.  Peterson, who spent his childhood years there, recounts the  story of past settlements - Native,  Danish in 1897, and then a  mixed multicultural bag in 1910.  The park was established in  1973 stimulated by the trail  clearing project in the centennial  year of 1971 by Station Holberg  personnel. Colonel J.D. Dickson  of Gibsons who was then the  commanding officer at Holberg  wrote a chapter entitled RCAF  Station Holberg for Peterson's  book.  Information and maps on  Cape Scott Park can be obtained  through the provincial agent in  Sechelt or local information centres.  AK Charters in Port Hardy  telephone 949-7952. community  Coast News, January 4, 1995  Serving up the New Year's cheer, Jeanette Mohen swings nut of the kitchen into the Roberts Creek  Hall with the midnight bubbly for the sold-out event featuring the music of 92.9��, a hill buffet and  Prizes. Joel Johnstone pholo  mberts creek  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  1 It hardly seems possible that  1994 has come and gone!  Reflecting over the past months,  one begins to realize that the past  year has been quite productive  for the nation of Roberts Creek.  Blessed with mild weather we  saw the completion of the additional storage area for the new  General Store. The Library and  Post Office were completely  painted.  Who could forget the planning  and anticipation for the Hall's  60th birthday party. Sarah Norris  placed second in the national  YTV competition and went on to  compete in the Youth Talent  Search held at the PNE.  Carl Poulsen received a gold  medal (first place) for the long  jump at the BC Elementary Track  and Field Championships. Joe  Zornes won round five of the  CM A superseries in Merrill on  the provincial moto-cross motorcycle racing circuit held in the  valley.  The Farmers Market was held  every Sunday iiiuring the summer.  Many celebrities performed in the  Creek including Rick Tippe,  Alpha Ya Ya Diallo, Butler in the  Hey, Bobby Watt, Bob Carpenter, Rod Crawford, Caitlin Hicks,  The Blue Shadows, The Driftwood Players and too many other  wonderful entertainers to men-  lion. The elementary school was  finally completed and the work  began on the outside grounds.  The fire department celebrated  with a 25-year reunion. Probably  the biggest achievement was the  removal of those dreaded tanks.  Of course there has been continued land clearing, and building. The SCRD also purchased  the land directly behind the Hall  for future. Another fantastic  Earth Day Celebration and Creek  Daze was also held. Recently, the  4th annual Christmas traditional  dinner was enjoyed by all who  attended. And the most recent  acquisition to the Creek have  been bus stop signs. Well, what's  in store for 1995?  Roberts Creek Auxiliary  The Roberts Creek Hospital  Auxiliary Branch will hold a luncheon on Monday, Jan. 9. The  event begins at 11 am at the  Wharf Restaurant in Davis Bay.  Everyone is invited lo attend.  School is Back  Please remember that our  youth resume classes this week,  so exercise caution when driving.  New Hours  The General Store is now back  to normal hours. They are open  everyday from 8 am until 9 pm.  The Library will open offering  new hours on both Tuesday and  Thursday. They will be open  from 2 pm until 8 pm both days.  Saturday they will remain open  between 10 and 2 pm.  Thanks  A special thanks to all contributors and readers of the Roberts  Creek community column. I certainly have appreciated your time  and interest. I will be taking news  items until Jan. 15, so please give  me a call. Thank you.  LOSE UPTOIO LBS 1  in ����� (lays  With Supplemental Diet Plan. Try il!!!  It works!! Using all nalural ingredients. Available al:  (8&NATUREWORKS SIT'*  taCf. Nutrition Centre Inc.   p*��� ess-om  For more infomiattop calk,.1^800-3614720    ���'   ���  STOREWIDE CLEARANCE  Grandma's Toy 5ox  Sunnycrest Mall,  Gibsons 636-3044  Recognizing  Road Sense F\  First Claim in fears?  You may be able to keep your discount.  New! Free  Discount Protection.  As of January 1,1995, free Discount Protection will be given to  Autoplan customers who have kept their 40% Claim-Rated Scale  discount for more than 5 years in a row. If you qualify for free  Discount Protection and have an "at fault" accident, you will still  receive the full 40% discount at your next renewal. Without  Discount Protection you would face a significant increase in the  cost of your insurance.  Autoplan Discount Protection is automatic and free.  A second "at fault" accident affects the Claim-Rated Scale  discount as usual. ICBC has introduced Discount Protection to  recognize the good driving behaviour of claim-free drivers.  Art your Autjplan broker about other Autoplan special  products for motorists who use their Road Sense.   ���ilufe|j^  }| uoh mmt it  Call the top producing realtors of 1994  Bob or Sandra Michor today  885-3295  bt 96 Trail Ave.  6128 Lookout Ave.  bt 25 Carmel Rd.  3659 Beach Ave.  Lot 1 Baillie Rd.  Lot 2 Baillie Rd.  Lot 3 Baillie Rd.  5522 Inlet Ave  5619 Curtis PI.  605 Martin Rd.  387 Pratt Rd.  5609 Curtis PI  Lot 1 Uplands Rd.  6041 Coracle PI.  494 Harvey Rd.  8984 Boulder PI.  5169Ridgeviow  4956 Arbutus Dr.  7986 Cooper Rd.  1273 Roberts Cr. Rd.  8590 Redroofs Rd.  262 Bonniebrook Pi.  4435 Stalashen Dr.  5448 Kensington St.  6473 Norwest Bay  bt 6 Emerson Rd.  5619 Emerson Rd  5786 Pebbles Cres.  5760 Binnacle St.  6307 Norwest Bay  bt 2 Heritage Rd.  4714 Irvines bnding  bt 2 Highway 101  8622 Redroofs Rd.  5448 Kensington Rd.  Lot 52 Porpoise Dr.  7576 Sechelt Inlet Rd.  7839 Eagle Dr.  5701-5713 Mermaid St.  201-5711 Mermaid St.  206-5711 Mermaid St.  207-5711 Mermaid St.  302-5711 Mermaid St.  303-5711 Mermaid St.  304-5711 Mermaid St.  305-5711 Mermaid St.  306-5711 Mermaid St.  307-571 IMermaid St.  308-5711 Mermaid St.  Com #1 Mermaid St.  Com #2 Mermaid St.  Com #3 Mermaid St.  4798 Sechelt Inlet  4575 Stalashen Dr.  5915 Sandy Hook  210-6117 Eagle Dr.  1053-1059 Roberts Cr.  Over $5,000,000  of Coast Real Estate  SOLD in 1994  SUSSEX  RFAITY  Sussex Group  Box 979 Trail Bay Mall,  Sechelt BC VON 3A0 10  Coast News, January 4, 1995  FREE COFFEE  between  5:00 a.m. A  8:00 a.m.  community  NOW OPEN  24 HOURS A DAY  Fun for 885-9844  EVERYONE! seao met av.  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  Hockey spirit  lives on  Making the most of the  Christmas break,  Whispering Fin rollerblade  hockey players Richard  Sauve (goal), Matthew Crisp,  Shane Davis, Chris Lutes and  Spencer Ralston make use or  an empty park parking lot  next to Woodcreek.  Joel Johnstone pholo  jDiatrirt of fetrhelt  m   ^jBjBjBy   P-O. Box 129.5545 Inlet Avenue, SecheH, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 685-1966 Fax:(604)885-7591  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the District of Sechelt has received application  to amend Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 22,1987:  Subject 1:   Official Community Plan Amendment Bylaw No. 22 - 42,1994  That: Lot 147, District Lot 304, Plan 18819  Lot 32, District Lot 304, Plan 21109  Lot 30, District Lot 304, Plan 19523  Lot 22, District Lot 304, Plan 17782  Lot 19 & 21, District Lot 304, Plan 17781  Lot 1, District Lot 304, Plan 19113  Lots 5 & 6, District Lot 304, Plan 20472  Lots 26 to 35, Block Q, District Lot 304, Plan 15852  Lots 2 to 4, District Lot 303 & 304, Plan 15801  Strata Plan LMS943  Lot C, District Lot 304, Plan LMP15000  Lots 26 & 27, District Lot 304, Plan15854  Lots 30 to 35, District Lot 304, Plan 15854  Lots 48 to 50, District Lot 304, Plan 15675  Lot A, District Lots 303 & 304, Plan VAP23109  Lot 1. District Lot 303, Plan 17766 '  - Lots 2* S; District Lot 303, Plan 19968 . _  t ��� .        ��� ���  (the 'Properties') as shown on Schedule "A" shall become part of Development  Permit Area 5 (Downtown Central Business District and Apartment Area) so that  Development Permit Area 5 will be amended as shown in bold dashed line on  Schedule "B" to Bylaw 22 - 42 with the effect that development on the above  properties will have to comply with the guidelines for that Development Permit  Area.  TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a Public Hearing for the purpose of hearing all  persons who believe their interest in property is affected by the proposed  bylaws is scheduled as follows:  Date:    Wednesday, January 11th, 1995  Time:   7:00 pm  Place:    Senior Citizen's Association of B.C. Hall  5604 Trail Avenue, Sechelt B.C.  The foregoing is a synopsis of the bylaws only, rather than an interpretation.  Written submissions regarding the proposed bylaws will also be recieved.  These submissions may be submitted at the Public Hearing or should be  received in the District of Sechelt Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt,  B.C. VON 3A0, (facsimile number - 885-7591) forty-eight hours prior to the  hearing. No further information or representation can be considered by the  Council after the Public hearing is terminated.  nanE **~  The bylaws may be inspected at the District of Sechelt Municipal Hall during office  hours, from December 20th, 1994 to January 11th, 1995, Monday through Friday,  excepting holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Telephone enquiries should be directed  to the Planning Department of the District of Sechelt at 885-1986.  Michael P. Vaughan  Municipal Clerk on behalf of the District of Sechelt  Coast wildlife rehabilitation centre  boasts good year of helping animals  Last year brought steady  business to the wildlife rehabilitation centre on the Sunshine  Coast.  Over the course of 1994,  Joanne Dickeson looked after  an estimated 300 sick or injured  birds and animals at her Trout  Lake business, the Sunshine  Coast Wildlife Rehabilitation  Centre. A wide variety of birds  made up the majority of the  Tbun TklM HI.-R  0140 3.8  0845 15.9  1500 8.9  2005 12.5  Mon   Tlnw HL-Ft  0015 11.6  0455 9.6  1116 14.6  1850 6.2  Fri   TllM Ht-Ft  0220  0920  1600  5.3  15.7  8.2  2110    11.9  TllM   TllM Ht-ft.  0200 12.1  0606 11.0  1150 14.2  1940 5.4  SM   TllM Ht-FI.  0305 6.9  1000 15.4  1700 7.6  2235 11.5  Wtd   Tims Ht-Ft,  0320 12.9  0730 11.7  1230 13.6  2026 4.7  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  For Skookumchuk Narrows add  1 hr. 40 mln. pkn 5 mln. foi each ft.  ot t*. and 7 mln. for each fl ol faB  To att ow customers...  We bok\forwciTtito serving  you in tht comity year.  Ponfl- triH -the flo��f.'        JrmooyiwfltTii^fl&BW.  TIDELINE  Mon ��� Sal.  8am ��� 6pm  MARINE  885-4141 5637 Wharf Road Sechelt ]"[)  cared-for animals including a  fox sparrow, pigmy owls, bard  owls, mallards, and even a snow  goose.  And while many of the birds  recovered and have been set  free, Dickeson said some of the  animals are just in too bad a  shape when they come to the  centre.  For instance, she said, an  autopsy determined the snow  goose died of lead poisoning  likely after mistaking discarded  rifle shells, commonly used in  duck hunting, for food.  Dickeson said she is licensed  to care for wild birds only but  has obtained a special permit to  take in other forms of wildlife  when needed.  Earlier in the year, Sechelt  RCMP brought an injured deer  to the rehabilitation centre after  it was hit by a car. The deer was  later euthanized.  Currently Dickeson is caring  for two birds, a small buffle-  head duck and a Greater Canadian goose, both of which she  hopes to release in the new  year.  The duck is blind in one eye  and is learning to preen itself  while the goose is recovering '  from a gunshot to its wing.  Dickeson said both are otherwise healthy and it's "just a  matter of lime" before they're  back out in the wild.  CLIP & SAVE,  *  0*a��sSS  "ER ��� SECHELT PENINSUL  :T:13HTr.Tl���  JERVIS INLET  Laava Ungdala  620 am      2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10.30 6:30  1225 pmM  8:20M  T -I  LaavtHoraashoaBay  7:30 am     3:30  9:30 M  11:30  1:15pm  6:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  �� COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  Laava EarlaCwa  6:40 am      *30pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  1020 M  Laava Saltary Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  12:26pmM   '020  ��______ Mmmtttea Mai.  * Mmi mm****s\>t\ ssWetW  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  5:30 H  7:30  9:20  BtnUSAUNG&HotMSound:Oct 10. 1994 and May 2, 1995 ��� ttave Itanthot Bay IllMpm, Ltavt Uigdjte 10.10pm Iwwlnltt Oct 7, 8.  9, iqDec23,24,26,27,28,1994, Apr. 14, IS, 16. l?,May 19,20,21,22,1995 Leave Earf. Cove 2:30 pm, Leave Saltery Bay 130 n  SUSSEX  REALTY  (MVLTMf UaWHO UMMM m SUM* Of MMM A MOKATY?  Jdnuarv CU&rance  >&�� w* _*7_ i%>4*  All Men'sv&iLadies'fal1 & Winter Fashions  sff*  tftf  tfo  1**5*  MON-SAT J^ffirfa*\  SUN & HOLIDAYS 11:0ft - 4:00  l >|U II       ll.l\ s .1 \\ l'(  ' Coast News, January 4,1995  AUTOMOTIVE  CONCRETE SERVICES  EXCAVATING  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Industrial      AUTOMOTIVE Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 HWY. 101, Gibsons, B.C., 886-8101  Mon. ��� Fri. 6-6 Sat. 8 ��� 6, Sun. 10-3 J  'SECHELT RADIATORS '  '. Complete Cooling System Service Cenlre  , .  ���   * Pi' ii i i ���.  We Repair & Replace Rads, Healer Cores, & Gai Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, Used Si Rebuill ��� Pick-up & Delivery  4349 S.C. Hwy.  Across from Sunshine GM  Mon. - Sat.  88S-7986  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  CONSTRUCTION  residential fT commercial  885-2887 " Laurie Lacovetsky  ^a.ati, s-26, mi, nmm am, t.c. voni vov  / GRAEMAR CONSTRUCTION INC A   _______Jm   ��� FRAMING ��� FOUNDATIONS  to LOCKUP ��� RENOVATIONS  ��� FINISHING .siaNG   ULSltt   ROOFING  f DENIS TURENNE CONCRETE s  Placing & Finishing  RetldentTal 81 Commercial  ACI Certified  Driveways, Slabs, Sidewalks etc  , nt.rs     Custom Concrete Specialists  \886-0340 Colored, Stamped, Patterned. Exposed Aggregate,  f Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  . The Coast News J  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  MITCHELL SYSTEMS LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING  Residential  Commercial fir Industrial  KELLY 885-9565.  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential rooting  ^S TI M A T E S 886-2087 eves. QUAMNmj,  A A T ENTERPRISES: Construction torvloos.  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(GARRY'S EXCAVATING  OWNER: GARRY MUNDELL  r=���Um Dump ��� Sand 1 Onfnl  130 tuaenetw ItyawltAtA  490 Joht tare w/Hn  swk r��i* * lorju ���out, a��u>m  886-7099,  WILDWOOD CONTRACTING  Bobcat Service  Landscaping ��� Snow Removal  Bush Clearing ��� Grading  Driveways ��� Backfill  <. Randy 885-4146  To list your  business with the  experts, call the  Coast News  Sechelt 885-3930  Gibsons 886-2622  GARDENING  Qj^ j Evergreen Landscaping  For all your gardening needs  Specialists in: Low maintenance Gardens,  Irrigation Systems, Chain Link Fences  '.R. Boragno (Bango)��Glb80ns��886-333%/  f Thank You "N  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  l The Coast News .  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  CENTURY ROCK  MHtMUl  MM  r**ik  A  \M��  886-0057  *9fj. FAX:��59-2M8  INDUSTRIES LTD.  mSCOR  Hell  Syitem  HEATING  G. 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V     >glOCOTtoPlf��rH*r��Bfli)..,SI������MMWI8       J  {ELECTROLUX CANADJ\  (SUNSHINE COAST)  SALES ��� SERVICE ��� SUPPUES  Built-in Systems ��� Cannister Models  IRENE LARSON ��� 886-3158  1369 Reed Rd.. Qibsons. BC  MARINE SERVICES  MotttCamprtM .WavTM  L* Maine Repeln      .katTecHe  883-2266  tt^\        Located in Stent Cove  d*5uccaneer im  MARINA 4 RESORT LTD.  MECHANICAL SERVICES  Commercial Refrigerated Fixtures  1 ARCTIC  _A���mma.���mtt~^~r���*���t.r  COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION LTD.  V^4 hr. service ��� 885-2134 or pager 885-511J/  r Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  i The Coast News  H. ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING AND FABMCATNG ��� MECHANICAL REPASS  STEEL' STAINLESS 'A1UMMUM  SWING THI FOHST.MAMNI ANO CONSTRUCTION  MDUflMS ON IW SUNSMM COAST  .  hi5Kd5"g{5)ns  1M-3M1 CEL8B90431 J  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  r Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News .  ��  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  731 North Rd., Gibson* M6-2912  ftMuniarnuciM  All typMOfconcrat* work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate linishing.  CsncratoWorfc       Cotewd��wyi��  17 Conoma,&��t��Oui��r>/  r Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  w The Coast News >  DON'S THE INSTALLATIONS  Ctrimki C Mtrbl*  Ntw CanilractUn * RsmmIIsm  IS ystri (i^iritnet In TilitslHnj  . 816-4280   Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  c The Coast News 12  Coast News, January 4,1995  CLASSIFICATIONS       H  Announcements  7  _^^^__    .  Appliances  19  /TN  Autos  23  Barter & Trade  Bed and Breakfast  Buths  18  30  2  (GREAT  Business and Home  Services  35  VlDEAy  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  Child Care  25  37  Commercial tor Rent  32  Entertainment  33  ^MM��  For Rent  For Sale  31  21  ���55?  Found  11  Obituaries ���  3  Free  16  Personal  6  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  8  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  Storage  39  34  Thank You  5  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  .15  Marine  26  Wanted to Rent  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  28  Engagements  Work Wanted  9  Music  13  36  ERROR RESPONSIBILITY^  PlfASECHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertiser! ore asked lo listen corafuNy as oM ods placed by  telephone   are   completely   read   back   verifying   requested  classification, start date, number of insertions ond a copy content.  We take extreme core to ovoid typographical errors, however, in  the evenl of an error, we are responsible only for the first incorrect  insertion of an ad. We do not assume any responsibility for ony  leason for on error in an ad beyond the cost of the ad itself.  Report anv��n>rlMM��DUTELY by coling 186-3622  sor M5-3930 ��� Monday lo Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.nv.  Homes &  Property  4.3 ACRES ROBERTS CREEK  Forest, lake, indudes 30 fl. mobile  home, $189,000 terms/trade. 885-  7894,922-7836. #1  ROBERTS CREEK  8U10IN0L0TS  1/2 and 1 acre, selectively cleared  on Richards Rd. Bryan Lading-  him, Sussex SRC Realty Corp.  929-2911. #1  COASTLINE FENCING  At Cedar Wooden Fencee  Decks 4 Pofdiee  Cal after 6pm 8114215 Boo  Ifns  m -5711 WHARF ROAD  Stchelt,  BC.  Ocean vlewl  $123,800.8864441. II  By owner: ocean view, 3 bdrm, 2  full baths, appl., excellent W.  Sechelt neighbourhood, 5440  Kensington Rd., $179,900. No  1.885-0230. ss  For sale by owner, 2 bdrm plus  mobile, 4 appl.. 1/2 acre ���, private  tt- greet buy. Currently rented at  $675. Cal 985-3488 or 732-9247  (Van.). ss  One year old 2 bdrm house, basement, view, $139,000 firm. No  1.886-9049 II  Ocean view, beachfront, family  home pka cabin, park-like extra  tt (2 acre parcel), Halfmoon Bay.  1-804486-2771. is  HUST9EU.  Two seiviced Ms, 13,455 sq. ft.  and 12,616 sq. ft. $79,000 and  $75,000 in primtW. Sechel area.  8854634. ss  Madeira Park lot, Merrill Cresc.,  cleared. 34 acre 885-0699     ss  Commercial tt. 36x100. Farnham  Rd. $79,999.985-0412 ss  Immaculate rancher, over 1300  sq. ft. on beautifully landscaped  1/2 acre site in Halfmoon Bay  area 3 bdrm., 2 M baths, Ige. LR,  DR, bright kitchen, lamily room,  new woodheater (CSA), 5 appl.,  new roof, fenced, workshop,  greenhouse, garden shed.  $183,500, drive by to view, 8155  Westwood. Cal 8854558 to view.  ss  PRIVATE SALE  DAVS BAY VIEW  Vancouver - well-kept 3 yr. old  condominium. 11ge. bdrm., garden, palio, wheelchair acces. gas  F/P, 5 appl., near Skytram 4 park.  Tenanted, no agents please.  $145,000 sel or trade. Looking for  1200sq.lt. rancher. 1-604-872-  3790, Tom. ss  Roberts Creek. 2300 sq. ft. 2  storey, 4 bdrm plus home. 1 1/2  baths, Ige. family room, 2 l/p. quiet  cul-de-sac close to beach  $205,000. No agents 886-3789 ss  PRICE REDUCED  ARTISTS PARADISE! H.M.B.  $194,900 buys Die lifestyle a creative peison craves! Rural atmosphere surrounded by nature and  wildlife Eclectic style new 2 bdrm  view home w. ful floor for creative  endeavours Details 885-2649 /  663-2687 SS  Close In - Qibsons lot, Trickle-  brook Way, $77.000.1-922-3559.  ss  WMerfront tt, Sakinaw Lake. Sale  by owners, $150,000, John: eves,  1485-7476 SS  Lot 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour. Ready to build, septic in,  Unmdng. 883-9597. ss  W. Sechelt, 1/4 acre GD, partial  view lot, fully serviced Underground, paved w/curbs. $79,900.  885-4862 IS  1    Homes &  Property  Beautifully appointed view home in  Halfmoon Bay area. New 2 bdrm.,  2 bath, 2 storey home ol unique  character and style. Custom finishing and detailing. You'd expect to  pay much more for private .44  acre lot ol flat fertile ground, landscaped w. natural stream and  pond. 10 mins. to Sechel, 5 min.  to Secret Cove moorage. Vendor  linancing available. 885-2649/683-  2687. a  Approx. 5 yr. old 3 bdrm rancher  on quiet cul-de-sac in exc. W.  Sechelt neighbourhood. Easy  maintenance yard and 10x10  shed. $159,900.885-7052      ss  9tcnsn rwttst oy Miner  Quality plm throughout. Vaulted  living area, 3 bdrmi. up. Private  mailer suite w/deluxe ensuile.  Lots of windows, woodwork and  details. Excellent vilue at  $199,900. Francis Peninsula lot  also for safe. 8854899. ss  5.6 acre timbered 6 secluded,  oceanview, 2100iq.lt. log house,  near completion. $450,000. 885-  5910. n  VIEW! Tastefully decorated 2  bdrm condo. Ground level entry.  Cenlral location. Oceanview Classics. Near schools 1 shopping.  Qibsons. Call eves, after 5 pm.  8864362. a  View lot overlooking Madeira Park  Centre, 102 It. frontage deer. Septic Ok. $65,000 obo. 883-9418 or  9834392. a  Custom 2400 sq. fl home, 2 1/2  stories. 3 bdrm., 2 bathe, varied  ceilings, oak floors and cabinets,  open floor plan, Ige. in-law suite,  1000 sq. It healed shop, t/2 acre  landscaped lot. Redrooffs area,  below appraisal, moving, mult  sel, $225.000.885-7453.        w  High bank w/l home. 2 bdrm, 2  bath, large LR, brick f/p, large  solarium, exceptional aggregate  patio, BBQ. Situated in one of the  most desireable treat of the Sunshine Coast, spectacular view of  Vane. Isl., M. Baker, Trai Islands.  Watch the cruise shipe sail by. In a  park-Ike seeing, * this and morel  No agents. For appt. to view. 885-  2397. st  ��My��MTI  MS-H33  Homes &  Property  This is a little gem for Ihe discriminating buyer. 1200 sq. ft., 4 yrs,  sophisticated adult house, close to  village. Charming living room, fireplace welcomes. Sun-filled  kitchen, breakfast area opens onto  s/f patio 6 garden. 2 lull balhs,  master ensuile Big studio (easily  2 bdrms again!) Sky/It, extra big  windows. Mature artistic landscaping, dog run and kennel. Appliances. No agents. $174,900. Call  885401010 view. ss  To be moved, cute 1 bdrm. cabin  Ideal lor extra income, will finance  part etc. 886-2751. 12  Gibsons, beauliful 3 yr. old rancher, 1350 sq.ft., 3 bdrm., 2 full  baths, quiet area. $174,900 no  GST. 886-4628. #3  I8H  7.   Announcement ��� 12. Pets & .  :       Livestock  BENTHAM: Passed away December 24,1994, Thomas Lowe Ben-  tham, late of Gibsons. Born February 2,1904 In Lancashire, England. Predeceased by his wife  Joule Elizabeth. Survived by son  Tom of North Vancouver; daughter  Dawn Peterson (Art Watts) ol  North Bumaby; grandson Tommy  Karl of Vancouver; granddaughter  Lesley Heleis (Mark) and great-  grandsons Graham and Adrian  Heleis of North Vancouver. Funeral sendee wa held Wednesday.  December 26 in the chapel ol  Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons,  Reverend Patricia Bakor officiated.  Interment Seaview Cemetery.   II  LUMSDEN: George Alexander,  WWII army veteran, born March  14, 1914 in Saskatoon,  Saskatchewan, passed away  peacefully at the agt ot 80 on  December 28,1994 at Qeorge  Derby Centre, Bumaby, BC. Lovingly remembered by ton Divfd  and wife Pam ol Roberti Creek,  BC; grandchildren Tammle of Gibsons, BC, Chris of Roberts Creek,  BC; daughter Sandie Eidet and  husband Ken of Roberts Creek,  BC; grandchildren Mike and  Kirsten of Roberls Creek, BC. Predeceased by his loving wife Mary  Helen Lumsden on March 25.  1969. Private family seivice was  held on Decembei 31,1994 at  Seaview Cemetery, Roberti  Creek, BC. Any donalions in  George's name may be made to  the Canadian Cancer Society or  the Alzheimer'! Society ol BC.  -UnH we meet again.' ��1  Thankt to Ruth Forrester! We  htvt, ovtf Iht y tin, iOomq fot-  ward to your column in th*  Co tit News tnd tnjoytd K thof-  ougMyt It wM bt ndMtdt Think  you Iron your frltndt on  Redroolls Roes. *  To whom I may concern, I Deanna Lynn Devla, do hereby change  my name back to Deanna Lynn  Thomas and hereby declare I wd  not be responsible for any debts  incurred by my foimer ipouse  flicco Guido Devita , effective  immediately II  Stubborn, wilful and determined,  with regular flighti ot fanliiy  seeki tetponslito null pstntr to  tether my kite ttringt, share my  pillion for life and hopefully  ���hue my indulgence! - parenthood, commitment and achievement Repla In confidence to Box  X, c/o Colli Newi, Box 68,  Sechek, BC VON 3A0. 12  CAM.E.0  SiNOUSCUa  Come and meet each other tor  companionship, lun and many  interesting adiviiet. Join a. Call  865-5384 or 8864954. th  S.C. 100 DM Unt Great data!  Coasl girls and guys. Voice par-  sonils 1-900-451-3099 ext. 175.  18* T. towm $3.29/min. Canada  900EattonMD. Mc  NANCY  NEWMAN  M��S��W  COUNSELLING  885*9117  Ovtr IS yean txptritnet  Pm/itsioniil A CwWwjjej  Women Survivor! ot Childhood  Sexual Abuse Support and education group starts Jan. 9/95 lor  12 weeks, 6:30 - 9 pm, Gibsons  location. Sliding scale. Register  now. 8864238. #1  DENISE O'BRIAN OF  COASTOANCE  THEATRE SCHOOL  offers classes In Ballet, Creative  and Modem Dance In Robeits  Creek and Halfmoon Bay. To register call 8864831. ��3  WANTED  FOREDECKCREW  For Kirby 25. Gary 886-7364. tfns  Registered 16 1 1/2 hand thoroughbred gelding. Beautiful movement, unlimited potential, lots of  jumping experience. Kind-hearted  wilh loads ot spirit. Bomb proof.  Sadly, must be leased oi sold,  (6000 obo. 886-8168 or 886-  9205. #1  Purebred Golden Retrievers, male  pups. Great family dogs, $250.  886-2457. #1  Stall lor rent, vicinity ol Reed and  Henry Rd. 886-9205. II  Good naluied, easy to lids Western maie to lease. 866-9205 Liz or  Kevin. #1  21. For Sale  Ski suit, Sun Ice, 1 pee., girls sz.  14, $70; 2 party dresses, $65 6  $95; lish lank, 20 gal., model 610,  incl. Alter, instruc. & gravel, $65.  5700 Surf Circle, Sechell.       #2  Coreldraw 4,0, CD-ROM version,  1/2 price $300.885-7485.        K  Girls Hufly BMX style coaster bike.  20'wheels, $50.886-7678.     #1  f WASHINGTON^  and BC INTERIOR  HA?  FOR SALE  PHONE 886-7800,  Piano Tuning  *  'repairs  ��� appraisals  Ken Dalgkuh  886-2843  WELECTRICW  The Service Specialist  Residential  Commercial  Renovations  Licence #20945  Cdl Jim 886-3700  Cell Mttj-aWT  Yamaha Porta sound PSS-480  electronic keyboard w/adaptor,  $350obo.866-9103. ss  Fender precision base w/case,  $750,885-3931. 12  BIQ WHITE MOTOR LODGE  $56 per perton Ski Ptektgt:  Includes: lift tlekett 1 3 dli-  mood accom. Reservaiions Toff  Frit 14004634603. 15  Vinyl siding, treated lumber, R20  insulation, drywall, V-joint cedar,  bath vanities, and etc. 685-2090.  11  Drysuit Abyss Pro Neoprlne,  women's large, like new, $700  obo; Apt. size washer and dryer,  $200.866-4070. #3  MATH TUTORING  Catch up or get ahead. I tutor high  school and university. Rates and  location in ntgotiable. Doug,  686-9162. tfns  Ham radioi, CB's, aerials. Free  removal of unwanted aerials. 885-  4665. 12  Car stereo: am/lm cassette steieo  for truck. Willing to pay up lo $40.  Call 686-7355, and leave message, tfns  BUYING COINS  Bank Note!  Gotd & Silver  Video Etc.  6664312  MMBIOffNDUD.  four complete septic  service now has in stock  plastic tanks:  ��� Septic Tanks  - D Boxes  ��� Holding Tanks  ��� Sewage Pumps  VARIOUS SIZES &  MODELS AVAILABLE  For lhe -Bott" price on lis. coasl  call 886-7064  The famty of Gladys Coates invite  friends to an open house tea at  Harmony Hil, Gibsons, Saturday,  Jan. 14,1995 at 1 pm In honour of  Gladys' 80th birthday. No gifts  please. ��2  , _i_j!..  COMPUTER CONSULTING  Haidwaie and software installation  and support, cuitom software  development. Douglas Plant 886-  9162. Kris  COOL RUNNINGS  One Ion truck available foi hauling, rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototWng, odd jobs.  8854917. tins  On Jan. 21st rote Arnet Tuffs for  School Trustee. 885-1917.      13  Interested In 12-stops foi Chris-  dans program? Cal Jan 885-7027,  dassastaitJan.9. It  DIM OU Kit) I'Olt 11  U US 101 ( \Y  Release Stress  Accelerate Health,  Creativity ��r Self Esteem  OanyaaUagberM.il.  Educating for Wellness  Injtnidlng lundton Mriulior*  hi Tone* lor Hum. tlm Un  rt���tt* neattl. iarmr, U *  Sodwood CClKlC 7:��9:00 IH  isvrtosaiiEama  www  Ttn dogs, one poodle X (N/M), 4  yn. old, one Cocker/Retriever X  (N/M), 2 yrs. old, to special caring  homes. 885-5997. 11  Car lop, ski rack, w/sUcUon cups;  stereo cabinet w/glass don. 886-  9346, Ive. message. tfn  Hty/Stnw$4.00bHt  Garden mulch hey, $3.50  Ctndtllvir.  OaU/Berley, 10c Ib.  Ctll between 12-1pm. 6664367.  tfn  Aiuanii  Muttkmt certs... Gieal foi hauling lirewood. parcels, pails, you  name III Two-wheeled, heavy wire  Irame, royal blue, price reduced to  clear $24.95 plus GST. Hurryl  Quantities are limited! See at  Sechelt Coast News olfice, 5721  Cowrie St.�� Gibsons Coast News  office (behind Dockside Pharmacy), Mon-Fri., 9-5 pm. tfn  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Progrtnwnlng tubscriptlont.  ��� fifltnbrtPnEihftStooh  Ashley's Books A Records  Will pay cash for qualily,  good condilion PAPERBACK/  HARDCOVER BOOKS,  CD.'s, RECORDS or TAPES  Please coll ahead  885-8938  tfn  Tropical Fish  Tanks'Pumps'Supplies'Repairs  18 Barter & Trade  Electrician. Uc. 118241 wil trade  work for boat, dirt bike oi WHY.  885-4787. It  Attention  It's Hut time of yeai again. Donl  forget to have your chimney  19 Appliance  Kenmore dishwasher, portable,  good shape. $125 obo. 888-7972.  12  Washei A dryer, good running  cond., $100 both. 885-2905.    #1  20  Furniture  PAUL'S CHIMNEY CLEANING  166-1636 It  HOOsqftRmchirForStle  Price reduced - pay no commission Light l airy, only 1 yi old.  ���530 Shaw Rd 886-2620 Ol 886-  3191 Steve or Sher. Pgr. #1-975-  107] IS  ACREAGE ROBERTS CREEK  CRYSTAL ROAD. Quiet rural selling, treed w/hydro accen.4.3  acres, no agents please. 865-3469  a  W. Stchelt, new 1350 sq. It.  ranchei. Dbl. gaiage, 2 full baths,  3 bdims, skylight, natural gas  heat, maple cabinets, $169,900  685-7972 or 885-5405. ss  COSTARICA  2.5 acre lot in Esperanza Ranch.  Serviced, privale community, tropical park with hiking/tiding tnils,  swimming. Close lo shopping,  beaches, restaurants, golfing.  $28,500,865-5157. a  YOOAMQMOm  Combining Hatha, lyenjar Breath  and Aura Focus Wtd.'l 9:15 im  Kinsmtn hill, Thun. 7pm St.  Bart'!, drop-ms $7, 8 classes.  $48. Dhyana 686-9737. #4  IMMIGRATION TO CANADA  Arranged lor:  ��� Business Immigrants  ' Skilled Worken (independent  category)  ' Family Class applicants  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES lor  CONDITIONAL VISA HOLDERS  It  MUM  Does tt* stand for "Sick of Shopping'? If so, let your Personal  Shopper take over the chore. 886-  9346 leave a message.        tfns  ,    UNLIMITED    j  IFREE KMs!  2 SKOOKUM ���  i CHRYSLER \  ! Rental Cars '  886-3493!  Sunthint Com  Transition House.  A site place lor women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service 1*5-2*44 Hn  ALCOHOLICS  ANONYMOUS  8854206,24 hour line tfn  Dec. 27 Pratt Rd. area, white Terrier /Poodle X, rod collar, no lag.  6864165.8664562. 11  Black, brass and glass dining  room suite, 4 chaiis incl., $250  obo. 886-7827. tfns  Moving - couch 6 chair, din-  ingroom set. bunk beds, dresser,  oak console TV. 886-3075.      It  CNC ROUTING  Unusual shapes or designs  cut out in wood or plastic  for your product or project.  We can make accurate  templates for your use  rs/*f trtf/tff/t/r  CABINETMAKER  1044 Sa!����l1%��.>Gii>toni  . attain  jnlWoy, r  It^nd 5UI SJf Sov.1  Grandfather clock Irom Germany,  oak, many features. 3 chimes.,  $6000.686-8550 ss  Antique country furniture direct  from the prairie farms Ukrainian  ���nd Doukobor Warehouse at 328  E. 13 in Vancouver. Weekends  from 11 lo 4 943-4047 or 880-  4637. 12  Tropical Fish  Tanks'Pumps'Supplies'fiepaiis  Excellent qualily pellet stove, like  Black cat, Gospel Rock, call Alii  new. $950.885-0565 12  886-2676.  II  FIREWOOD  Jan. 1, small black lab X Middle- Cut 6 split, green alder. $50/avg.  point neai Pender Hbr, watershed, sz load, 5700 Surf Circle. Sechel.  8854250 If  #3  22  Heavy  I nmpment  '78 Western Star Com. Hwy. tractor. Sleeper. 236'WB. 400 Cummins. $17,000 886-7676.  ���4   VEHICLE VALUE LINE 1-900  451-3002. Selling your CAR or  TRUCK? Cal WL lot current market values on 1985 lo 1994 models Prices are based on THOUSANDS ol vehicles sold In the  past 4 months. WL Appraiser wi  compare YOUR VEHICLE to the  database and provide WHOLESALE MARKET and RECOMMENDED SELLING PRICE. Call  WL today for accurate, up to date  VEHICLE PRICE INFORMATION.  $15 for Ihe first 5 mins; $2 50/mm  thereafter. Mon. to Sat., 9-5.    13  16260  1923 Model T, 350 LT-1 dual  fours, tunnel ram, en-show, very  fast, head turner $12,000 obo or  pt. pyment. on boat suitable foi  chattel. 886-7704. a  23. Autos  23. Autos  STEWART ROAD AUTO ��� TRUCK ��� EQUIPMENT SALES  AND RECYCUNG SERVICES  1178 STEWART ROAD, GIBSONS, B.C. 886-9764  1969    Kenwonh 5lh wh tractor                    $5,000  1969    Mack Tandem Dump Truck                $4,995  1987    Horizon 4 cyl 5-spd                         $1,295  1978    Snowcat landem equipment trailer  (ideal for snow machines, garden  liaclor or bobcall                                $ 995  1984    Chev Hon cab & chassis, 6.2 diesel  4 spd, PTO/micol ok                       1 3,595  RARE      1974 Javelin V8/aul, partly restored  $1,595  Call us or drop in.  .     1178 Stewart Road (Off North Road By-Pass)   IQNPEDDtAlHUaNCtlMa   '60S  1179  Stunning wedding diess, white  satin, 5' train, pearls, sequins, size  8, paid $1400, asking $700. 886-  0536. ss  Two 3-spd. folding Dikes, ideal for  RVs or boats. Like new. 886-9992.  a  SX20 telephone switchboaid,  gieat for motel. Some phones kid.  $3900.865 9068 a  Colour pencil portraits from your  favourite photo. Pets, family,  friends. 9"x12\ $35. Send cheque  01 M/O along with photo to P.O.  Box 291, Gibsons, BCVON 1V0.  Pis. allow 6-8 wks. foi delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded. tfns  250 gal oil tank (full), lower Gibsons. Swap for utility trailer, yard  woik, why. 885-3433 a  Seais 9' gaiage door t openei  (new $1000) $550.885-0244,   a  MOVING SALE  Vlas maple (harvest) dining table  and chairs and night table and coffee table; teak single bed and telephone table; chairs; adjustable  shelving; chests of drawers; writing bureau; sewing machine and  table; patio furniture; large potted  plants; garden equipmtnt. 886-  2822,9am-7pm. 12  Firewood - you cut, $40/cord,  Roberts Crttk. ctll 1-604-760-  0015. 11  '89 Pontiac Tempest 4 dr.A/C,  P/B, P/S, 6 cyl. auto., 70,000  Kjns.. exc. cond., AM/FM slereo  can., all seasons t snow tires,  $6,000 obo. 8854390. a  1961  '91 Mercury Cougai, auto., ail,  powei, white, txc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 8864623.   a  1993  '92 Aerostat, 7 pass. Exc. cond.  42,000 km. 886-7524 eves.     a  '55 Chevy pick up, 283 4 ipd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor  rebui. $1500.885-5467.        a  70t  75 Dodge propane 4X4. crew cab,  completely rebuill, price slashed  $4995.885-7518. a  I960  '60 Dodge 3/4 ton extended dub  cab. Reliable work tiuck, first  $1000 lakes 886-7207 a  1961  ���61 GMC 1/2 ton pickup, 100 kms..  body mst, good work truck. $700.  886-7314. 11c  1666  85 Foid F150XLT, ext. cab,  canopy. 351. s/new pans, gd.  cond. $8900.8854109. a  1669  89 Bronco II XL silver. V6 5 sp  cass. clean 6 comlortable. $9600.  885-2133 a  1961  ���91 Chevy SIO. VS Sep, low km  $8500.885-393) Iv.mea.      12  1961 Dodgt Maxivan. fully  camperized. exc. cond, $6500.  885-5489. a  35 ft. 5th wheel, deck lumber  Included, very good shape, $6000  obo. 883-2161. 11  '74 VW Campei Van wilh 86  engine, 70,000 miles, $3500 obo.  Cal 685-3917. 14  75 VW van, bubble, 2200 cc  Poische engine, good cond.,  $1800.8864938 a  25.Campers & RVs  '67 Malibu, 2 door, exc. cond.  $3200.886-6336. a  79 Porsche 924, 5 spd., 72,000  ml., new tires, clutch, major tune  up. Tiade for car, boat? $4,200.  866-0181, a  79 Mercedes 300, European  model, wagon, seals 7, s/ioof,  leather, exc. $8500.8854294. a  1961  '81 GMC 1/2 ton pickup. 100 kms.,  body lust, good woik truck, $700.  886-7314. 11  '61 Cougai 2 door, auto, sun roof,  new brakes. $700 obo. 886-3993  a  1912  82 Z-28 T-tops, lady driven,  gaiage kept, stored winters. $5000  obo. 8864351. a  '82 Reliant, good transp, $400  obo. 885-3923. 11  '82 Ford Mustang, 117,000 k's, 6  cyl. auto. Veiy good condition.  $2500. Call 8864366. a  '82 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  clutch, brakes, $3100.8684032.  a  1914  '84 Honda Civic hatchback 1500S  std., t ownei, exc. cond. $3495  lirm. Call 685-3943 and leave  message. a  '84 Crown Victoria auto., o/d, d/l,  a/c t extra, $2500.885-9648. a  1916  '68 Ford Tempo 4 dr., 5 spd., air,  am/fm, $2750.8854412.        a  '88 Chtv Eurosport Celebrity  wagon. 5 spd, 108,000 kms, a/c,  am/fm cast., ont ownti. Exc.  shape Price reduced to $5500,  obo. 8854727 a  68.Cavalier Z24..V4,.Pwi. sun.  rool w/ali. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  886-7854 afl. 5:30pm. a  See Ihis beauty belore you buy.  29 1/2 ft. Bonair trailer. Ideal foi  snowbirds. Queen real bed, 2 di.  model, laige 2 di Iridge, full bath,  sleeps 6, air and awning. $14,500.  663-2409. a  1977 Nomad 20 1/2 lool Havel  trailer, 3 way fridge, stabilizer  bars, good condition, a Is $2500.  886-2504. Ifns  Travel trailer by Terry. Spacious,  full kit., bath, sleeps 8. Immaculate  cond. Phont 885-4048 eves for  viewing. Priced lo Ml. ss  21' Nomad Tandem travel trailer.  lull bathroom, stove, fridge, furnace. Sleeps 6. $3950.885-3998  a  20 It. Frontier, shower, toilet,  stove, furnace, fiidge, all woiking.  Recond. engine. $7000 obo. Can  be seen al 163, Wilson Cik. RV  Paik a  8x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and  good cond. 885-2100. a  1990 dlx. 24' motoihome A-1 condition. 886-9025. a  21 1/2 It. motoihome, 460 cu. In.  48,000 orig. miles, like new cond.,  captains chain, roof air, cuitom  outside storage, new brakes, etc.  $12,000 01 part pymt. on boat,  suitable for charter.886-7704.   a  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Mil Murray I  S.C. Coast  Power A Sail Squadron  hsicmmGcmiffl  CHARTS  NAVIGATION  SAFETY  Suit Gibsons Jan. 18  Sechelt Jan. 19  Prt-Ropstration:  Len UveiOer 886-2762  Centra Gas 885-6117  WANTED:  Forsdick Crew  for Kirby 25. Cal Gary, 866-7364.  tfns  For sale 19' altrn. log salvage  boat. Rampagei II powered with  350 Chev engine, 10 hn. on ntw  engine, I/B w/shatt and prop. Exc.  beachcomber boat. Phont 1404-  741-4457011404-246-2682.   12  COZY WINTER FISHING  226. Sangster Dolphin galvanized  tandem trailer. V8 Merc I/B ��� 400  hn. on new engine, 200 hn. on  new Alpha f leg, cat furnace, galley, $11,000 obo. 7404047 Sandy  Hook. II  24 ft. powei boat, low hrs. on  rebui 318; sleeps 2; full electronics. $5900.683-2990. a  24 6. Rlentll hul, good i/o OMC  leg, 350 Chev, handyman'! spec.  $1450.885-9648. a  Necky 2-person kayak, 3 paddles.  2 skirts, $2400. Nigel or Steve.  886-2003. a  Attention: Divers 6 Hunters -16 6.  Hurricane inflatable, 35 HP Johnson, trailer, 12x20x8 portable  gaiage. $4000 obo. 885-4019. a  1974 Riviera Star 24 tt sloop,  neai new sails, (3) lulling head  sail, 9.9 Honda, marine head,  piopane stove, $9500.8854311.  a  Veiy fast 17 ft. Silver line 115  Merc, power trim, stainless prop.  garage kept, new bailer, Lowrance  sounder, many extrai. Halt to  Mi $6,500 him. 885-3604.      a  Giady while 25 It I960 twin  Mtic. 470. excellent cond.  $42,000.863-2211 a  18 6. SeaRay. 1961 Mtrc in/out,  comti wilh trailer, fish findti,  VHF, 2 covin, vtiy cltan,  $11.000 883-2211 a  20 It Double Eagle h/top. cuddy  cabin, galley, head. tabl. ntw  Lownnci sounder, compass,  radios, rear canvas. $9,500. 863-  2409. a  19 ft fibreform hardtop. 165 Merc  i/o, VHF, CB, iqunder, baitbag,  timer, trimtabi, auto pump. $6000.  683-9923. a  30 ft wooden cruiser, mw Izuzu  diesel 4 cyl. motor, prop, radio, aft  cabin, $14,000. 863-2231, Dan.  (MVKaiou). a Coast News, January 4, 1995  13  29. Wanted Io Rent! For Rent Halfmoon Bay  I  Gibsons/Langdale  |     Pender Harbour  34 Haip Wanled  35. Business &  Home Services  36. Work Wanted  26 tt. Chris Cralt, standup head,  galley, Ige. V-borth, 2 yis. old, 350  Chev Crusader i/b, direct-drive  new prop - All mahogany, compl.  top/bottom done over, VHF, deplh  sounder, asking, $8,500, 8 mos.  mooiage left at Secrel Cove Mali,  na. 885-2771. ss  2 person fibreglass kayak, all  equipped, good cond. $2400.885-  7645 ss  Home in Roberts Cieek. Must 2 suites to lent and oi share, in  have 3 bdrms and max. lenl lenov. house or. lerry; beach,  $7507mo. Dawn8860971.     Ifns   yard, elc. $695 oi $395/mo. 886-  066601688-1180.  #2  Shared accom. for Sechelt. Quiet,  resp. female. 885-5018. #2  31. For Rent  in Ihe hand is worth  more than a garage  full of junk."  To dace TOur ad" i.coH  885-3930 or 886-5622  22' Heavy lg Davidson double  endei. Single cylinder Fan/man  diesel. $9500 firm. 685-9068    ss  12' aluminum boat, 7.5 Merc o/b  motor, $1800 lirm. 886-9049.    ss  Wanted: Classic wooden runabout. 886-2738. ss  27' Concoide f.g. cabin ciuiser.  318 Chrysler i/b, radar. VHF, CB,  sounder, compass, sleeps 4.  Excellent condilion. Ready to  cruise $17,800.886-7240.      ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evlnrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.       tfn  24 ft. Campion Ollshoie.very  clean, 100 hrs. on 260 HP Merc,  new leg, standup head, VHF, Olg.  F/F, bat tank, full galley pack afl.  cabin, lots of storage, very nice  weekender and fishing machine.  $17,500. (trailer also avail.) 885-  5774. ss   .   25 ft. Reinell, depth soundei, good  mech. condition. $9000 obo. 886-  4870. ss  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built to  suit. 883-2610 ot 883-9290.     SI  18 It. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boat.  Tandem axle trailer, $3800. 883-  2297. ss  22 Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 and Merc  leg, convertible hardtop and canvas, VHF, flshlinder, trailer,  $8,000. Will consider part trade.  885-4019. si  21 Mobile Homes  2 bdim. West Sechelt, $700.  1 bdim. house Sandy Hook, $550.  2 bdrm. suites Sandy Hook, $485  and $550.  2 bdrm. furnished suite Jolly  Roger, $625.  2 bdrm. Pender Harbour, $600.  2 bdrm. small Davis Bay, $400.  2 bdrm. cute, new, view, furnished  house Garden Bay, $650.  Sussex Qroup Propeity Management, Dave Austin, 885-3295.  #1  ROBERTS CREEK  Two bedioom low bank waterfront  home, on acreage, f/s/w/d, $1,100  per month, plus utilities.  LANGDALE  Thiee bedioom home, fireplace, 5  appl., walk lo feny, $8751 utilities.  SECHELT  Thiee bedroom waterfront home,  lireplace, all appliances, available  Jan. 1, $1,100.  QIBSONS  Bonniebrook aiea, three bedroom  semi waterfront home, fireplace,  f/s/w/d, $1,100 plus utilities.  Cential Qibsons, Iwo bedioom  home on view lot, short term rental  available, $675 plus utilities.  HOUSE/TOWNHOUSE  Three  bedioom townhouse,  l/s/w/d, no pets, $800 pei month  phis utilities.  Two one bedioom side by side  duplexes, quiet area, newly renovated, $550 plus utilities.  APARTMENTS  One bedioom view suite, Lowei  Gibsons, $500 plus utils.  Upper floor of house, fireplace,  shaied laundiy, $650 plus utilities.  Three bedroom apartments, rent  Indudes heat and hot water, $650  to $700, no pets.  Two bedroom apartments - tent  includes heat and hot water, $550  to $575, central Gibsons, no pets.  One bedroom apartment - rent  indudes heat and hot water, $550,  no pets.  One bedioom and den, view, quiet  location, $500 plus utilities  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886-3330 ^  Small 1 bdim. suile, F/P, laundiy,  avail. Jan. 15, $500/mo. Incl. utils.  922-1880. #4  4 bdrm. house, Hopkins, with  appli., avail. Jan. 15, $800/mo.  733-9454. #2  1 bdim. suite in residential neighbourhood close to school, shopping, bus, $500/mo. plus utils.  929-4969 lv. mess. ��1  2 bdrm. side by side duplex, close  to school and shopping. 604-432-  9879. #1  Large walk-In 1 bdrm. suite, 10  min. walk to ferry, large lot.  $500/mo. incl. utils & appl. 228-  0830 Van. #1  Spacious 2 bdrm. house, spectacular view, 10 min. walk to ferry, 1/2  acre lot 2 blks. from school.,  $800/mo. Incl. utils li appl. 228-  0830 Van. *1  2 bdrm, basement suite w/view, 3  appl., shaied laundiy, $500/mo.  Ind. utils. N/S, N/P. 886-2065. Dt  2 bdrm. house lowei Gibsons,  1000 sq.ft., spectacular view,  $75<Vmo. 987-4767 alt. 5pm.    Hi  Ocean view above ground new 2  bdrm. suite, commuters delight,  avail, now, $650/mo. 886-4620. #2  3 bdrm. trailer, W/D, avail. Jan. t,  $650/mo. 885-7511. ft  Immaculate 2 bdim. apartment,  $650/mo. NRS Sechelt Realty  685-9093. tfn  3 bdim. house, 5 appl., large yard,  close lo marina, N/P, $750/mo.  886-4203 or 562-6032. ft  FURNISHED BACHELOR SUITE,  ALL UTILITIES, NEAR MARINA.  $4S0/MO. AVAIL IMMEDIATELY.  2 bdrm. apt. central Qibsons.  Hydro and cable not Included, skylight, newly painted, $595/mo.  886-7018. tfn  Space available tor new manufactured home In Mason Road Mobile  Home Park. Call collect 792-4678.  i     ���. ill I  lovely, clean 4 yi. old, 2 bdim, 2  baths, skylights, vaulted ceiling,  carport, deck, in Rockland Wynd  Paik. $74,900.885-2705.       ss  1971 Lamplighter, W, 2 bdrm  w/2 extra looms added. Carpeted,  good cond., 4 appl. $24,500 at  Sundance Paik. 986-0459.      ss  Now Available  New Double Wide Site  in local retirement paik  Foi into on ordering new home  CaH 597-3322.  tin  For Rent  Sechelt & district  For Rent  Srbsons Langdale  2 bdim view apt. opposite Gibsons  Marina..Uaiy quW. stoutjiod  clean. New kitchen, bathroom,  laundry. $720/mo. 866-3420. fie  Waterfront Retreat  Beautifully furnished 1 bdim. aval.  Jan. 1 - March 31,1995. Veiy special. Non-smokeis only. 866-9559.  K  Watertront 3 bdim., self-contained  lowei level Hopkins Ldg., large  L/R, W/D. preler couple w/slabikty  1 lefs. Avail. midJan.$650/mo.  886-3843 or 988-1624. f2  Luxury well-appointed 3 bdim. residence with gaiage and covered  RV paiking. Mailna views, avail.  Feb. 1.S850/mo. 886-4620.     f3  Bachelor  Suites  MONTHLY or WEEKLY  toyalReack Motel  ���83-7844  W/F 3 bdim oldei house, 5 appl.,  wood/oil heat. Lee Bay. Avail. Feb.  1.$650/mo. 883-9446. fl  Waterfront apartments from $380  to $680/mo. Avail. Immed. Ralph  883-9177 01 Kort 883-2693.      f2  Self-contained cozy cabin in Halfmoon Bay, avail. Immed.,  $325/mo. 684-2904 alt. 6pm.    #3  32. Commercial  For Rent  Shaied accom. 5 bdim. home,  Sandy Hoek area, $400/mo. phis  1/2 utils. 740-0047. f2  Shared waterfront house, semi-  turn. F/P, h/tub, quiet location,  place to yourself 1/2 wk., pet welcome, N/S, $600/mo. Incl. utilt.  Cell f 1-329-0090 lv. mess.      f3  4 bdrm. home Wilson Cieek, avail.  Feb. oi March. N/S.N/P, rati, raq.,  $900/mo. 885-1071. 13  3 bdrm. home, 5 appl., carport,  close to golf course, gas, avail.  Jan. 15. $850/mo. plm utit. 885-  7960. ft  1000 square feet of  office/retail space  for lease in Sechelt.  Excellent street  front location in  Trail Bay Centre.  (Cowrie Street)  For more information,  please contact the  Coast News  885-3930  886-2622  Elphie's Cabaret is looking for a  DJ. Interested parties see Chris at  Elphie's, Wed.-Sat. alter Spm. tins  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Many many thanks for the space  tht Cottt Ntwt hit donated  throughout the yttrt to htlp  promote volunteerltm In our  community. Our community hit  bttn ttrongtr btciutt ol this  pipti't didlcitlon. ft  35. Business and  Home Services  rwrrwrwr  Indoor/Outdoor  MOSAICS  STONE, TILE, GLA55,  PEBBLES, SHELLS,?  886r3021  WALKWAYS,  SIGNS, WALLS,  PAVING STONES  ������������������������  300 sq It olfice space tor rent In  professional building in Gibsons,  on 800 block of Sunshine Coatt  Hwy. Available immed. For further  information contad 865-5736   tfn  Renovations, improvements,  decks, siding t. interior finishing.  Quality work, RELIABLE service.  Fiat estimates. Call David BBS-  CMS. Ifns  CARPET INSTALLATION  ||l anditpaln. 883-9757. #2  Cuitom woodwork, cabinets,  badi, mat, deck furniture, shelving unto, repairs and relinishing.  Cal DavU 8654603. Ifns  -604-737-6081  886-7018  Davit Bay/Wilson Cieek hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  275201885-9863. tin  Robeits Cieek Hall avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonna 886-  7815. Uh  WANTED  Your used bicycles.  For Pick Up Call  886-4868  Drink A shrink, hottest new prod- UWN A HARDEN  uct. Say goodbye to unwanted Fruit tree pruning and spiaying,  pounds and hello to added energy garden renovations, retaining  - proven resultsi Toll fiee 1-978- walls, htdge dimming, gtntral  6244. fl cleanup. Call 866-0180. tin  34. Help Wanted       I 34. Help Wanted  WANTED  BONA-FIDE PAINTERS  ���VtlMtfi* Insured  BWtJ are now l*elrtg*iccept��i to paint  the entire exterior ofthe Manse  Townhouses located at 681 North Road  (behind Pronto's), Gibsons, BC. Please  call S&6-2275 if you Intend on  attending the site meeting on Sunday,  January 15th, 1995, at Noon. Please  submit bids and qualifications to The  Manse Townhouses, RR 2, S-2 C-58,  Gibsons, BC VON IVO, before January  21st, 1995.  Halfmoon Bay        I 36- Work Wanted  Pender Harbour  KBBl V��m-h�� ��nnn mmntat. ***** ' M���' "" h **"' 3 ""��� "��"��'��� 5 "PP1- '  >l*  i960 Yamaha XS1100. complete QrWhamt. Salt-contained, own Dalhs  D00| ,���| J,c  15  FwtoW good shape, tlin .ntr.ncs. patio, vis*. Ideal for jeso/mo. essWoi859-2209. '  m":m ��� woiking couple or single peison, 5 tt  1990 Honda CR80R, biand new, OPP'-- a����- Immed., N/S, N/P,  no miet, $1695.885-6166. ss J560/mo. plus 1/3 utils. 886-7666.    fl  3 bdrm. mobile, W/D, N/P,  S575/mo. 885-6895. f2  1985 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja. 2 bdim. immac. apt., viaw, 2 bdrm home on acreage, close lo  Black, like new, 20,000 km. $650/mo. NRS Sechelt Really school A paik. S600/mo. Avail.  13.500.886-4616 afl. 7 pm.     st 885-9093. ��4  immed. 885-7226 evet. f3  it  Steam cleaning of  carpet & upholstery  flood & mater damage removal  free estimates  STVICS CAftPCT &  upHoisTcnv cane  Phone   Tom Styles  (604) 885 4648  TRADITIONAL  DECORATING  Paint-Wallpaper  Paul McDonald  886-3425  37. Child Care  Child care needed in our home,  Wed. �� Fri. AM, total 8 his., $7/hi.  Foi 2 girls: 3 yrs. & 4 mos. Prefer  20*. refs. 886-0576. f 1  38. Business  Opportunities  The Coast News  is pleased to serve  you in either  Sechelt or Gibsons.  Sechelt: 885-3930  5721 Cowrie St.. Boxes  VON 3AO  Gibsons: 886-2622  537 Cruice Lane, Box 460  VON 1A0  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard For sale. Chiropractic / medical  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs, supply co. Work at home and earn  865-3917. tfns money. Barry 866-8204. ss  Bookkeeping / Reception /  Five years experience bank telling  / 5 years experience' bookkeeping  / accounting, and some sales  experience. Looking lor part-time  or full-time. For resume or Interview, call Sue, 886-0971.       Ifns  39. Storage  STORAGE  Enclosed- 550 sq.ft., $195  1400 sq.ft., $450  Secure, near Gibsons/Sechelt.  922-7836.  MJJ SIDING  Vinyl and cedai exteriors, soffits, &  fascia. Fred Cocker. 685-6065,  cell. 1-880-1580. tfn  41. Legal  COASTLINE FENCING  All Codtr Wooden Fencei  Decki tPorchet  ��� Specialty  Call after 6pm M6-2215 Bob tins  Man/men with track available, loi  moving, yard dean-up, dump runt,  etc. Rob 886-3822. ft  SAMANTHA* WINDOW  CLEANING  Prompt and tellable residential and  commercial services. Fiee estimates 885-2842. ft  Carpentry, drywall, alterations, all  types of building. Rick, Roberts  Cieek cell f 1-604-760-0015.    ft  QUAUTY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look at all jobs big or small.  Foi piompt, qualily woik at an  affordable piice, call Art Gilt-  bricht 8(54372 or 888-7189. tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Ineuied, Outwitted  Woik. Fiee estimates. 886-2108.   Mn  Experienced painter wants woik.  Has portfolio, refs. 885-4342.   fl  HOME DESIGN  15 years designing line homes on  the Sunshine Coasl. Guy Tiem-  blay 883-9430. #5  36 Work Wanted  PROFESSIONAL  PROOFREADER FOB HUE  Htvt notHvpfo' vfl nwH  C4NS-M5  Ih  -V .-.AU1. J...U"        IU...JJ.  Wektwood  Notice of Pre-Harvest Silviculture  Prescriptions or Silviculture Prescription  For An Area To Be Logged  (par juan; to Section 12 of the Silviculture Practices Regulation)  The Mowing areas have e proposed prescription thd wl apply It approval  to log the aiea Is obtained from the Ministry of Forests. Hie proposed  proscriptions wi be available loi viewing unH Fetxuary tt, 1996 al lha  bcatkxi noted below, during regular avortdng hours.  To ensure consideration before logging commences, any written  oommerts mist be made to: Robed Sandberg, RPF, Assistant Forester,  at Weldwood of Canada Limted, 1055 West Hastings Street Vancouvei,  B.C. WB3VB or Ctonhom Division, P.O. Box 9, Sechel B.C. VON 3A0  by the above dale.  FOREST LICENCE A1SS22  CtaMPMt  CaBkx*  No.  Union  CflnnuitiyiLocttfln)  Am  WWWIKl  (YESWO)  35  44  CkMhatiLaktfSedieli  51.7  YES  47  112  Ckwtxm Lake. Sechell  39.0  YES  350  Ckwhom LakiSedwK  34.1  NO  Wiwwood of Cmim Unvttd  i��i baton MMpe-  Mm% MMM aid kw print-  itMIMB Iill  MmMUTwn  "8a��MontyrYouboed,lltipe-  IS yam aqtarknet. QutMy mt-  Vict 6864564 fl  PROPOSED SILVICULTURE PRESCRIPTIONS  Notice of pre-harvest silviculture prescriptions lor an area to be  legged pursuant to section 12 of the Silviculture Practices  Regulation.  Each of the Wowing areas has a proposed Pre-Harvest  SMcuHure Prescription that wi appb If approval lo log lhe rat  is obtained fram the Ministry of Forests. The proposed  prescriptions will beavaittiefor viewing unS February 9,1996  at the location noted below, during regular woiking houis.  To ensure consideration before logging commences, any  written comments must be made to John Clarke, RPF,  Administrative Forester, Terminal Forest Products Lid. 12160  Mitchell Road, Richmond, B.C.V6V IMS, by the above dale.  FOREST UCENCEA1B2S  No.  A1K29  CuOry  No.  CU  No.  Loudon  TttuttA  Rends Hsrtnif  PsidsHsftgi  Va��  Ni  Ya  Ya  Read die  fine print  Coast News Classifieds have a lot  to say In a small space-more than  any otbet paper on the Coast  885-3950 or 886-2622.  THANK-YOU  FOR YOUR WONDERFUL HELP  A BIG  ty* Thrifty's  HELP THE |  Donations   886-2488 or Box 5S8  Jan llth  1  Nitiikn/c CtAppijuA  BCYCNA  itrnat  COUJMluk  wo Yukon These adt appear In more lhan 100 communily newspapem In B.C. and Yukon  SpSs and reach more than 3 million readert.  usocimion TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604)669-9222.  392  $250 ��3  $5.00 .acti aMiioc*! mid  AUTO  BUSINESS OPPS.  ENGINES REBUILTIrom  S795.           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Oceanlront, laktfront,  streams, ranchland ��� located throughout BC.  Terms available. Free brochure. Nlho Land* Cattle  Company Ltd. 521-7200.  SERVICES  WETAKEThsFearOutOt  ICBC. Major ICBC Injury  claims. Joel A. Wener.trlal  lawyer for 25 years. Call  Iree 1-600-665-1138. Contingency feee. Simon,  WonorAAdbr.  VACATIONS  COSTA RICA - San Jose  Apartolel. 1 or 2 bedrooms,  kitchen available, pool, hot  tub, quiet, secure, good  location. Ratea start $45  U.S./day. $700 U.S./  monthly. Phone/Fax  1(604)846-5686.  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  f  '   Don't Store  ?   the Classifieds!  $  $  Enjoy your Christmas gifts - but  why get into the "storage room  shuffle?" Don't store your old TVs  or radios - Sell them in the Coast  News Classifieds and enjoy some  ^   "After Christmas" cash!  $$$$$$  i 14  Coast News, January 4,1995  community  go to health  Tasty and healthy - can '95 be both'.'  Fast food restaurants arc changing. 1 swear  that they're getting bigger and more plentiful.  They are also getting on the trend-wagon in  Irying to offer some low fat, healthy choices.  Why aren't there many low-fat menu  choices? Consumers say they want more low-  fat loods, but still choose the menu selections  highest in fat, .salt, and sugar.  That is, unless the path is beaten to a sushi  bar. I have hud the joyous experience, several  hallmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  A happy new year to one and  all. In our house in Scotland,  New Year was a very special  occasion, and as we welcomed in  the year and said goodbye to the  old one, our father always made  the same remark: "I wonder if  we will all be together Ihis time  next year." With all of us, this is  worth thinking about. People  move away or die and the continuity gets broken along Ihe way.  Afler this month, the continuity  of the Coast News will have  ceased, all the staff and crew  will, for reasons under which  they have no control, no longer  be a team of great people who  have served their communily  well. I would just like to wish  them all well in the new year.  The next meeting of the Halfmoon Bay Hospital Auxiliary  will be on Monday, Jan. 9 at  Welcome Beach Hall, 10 am.  Members old and new will be  welcome.  The Welcome Beach Community Association's list of coming events will have reached  ��� members by now, but for those  of you who have not yet joined,  here are some of the highlights.  There will be an Italian dinner  and dance on Jan. 21 with local  music. This is a fundraiser for  the recently formed bocci ball  tournaments. Games are on  Mondays and Fridays at 7:30.  For tickets for the Italian night  call Carlo al 885-7642, Sandy at  885-2760 or Franz at 885-4590.  If you would like to join the  Welcome Beach Community  Association, cost is S3 per person, payable to Joyce McMahon,  Box 19 Southwood Site, Halfmoon Bay. Annual dues are  payable now.  Over the holidays it was nice  to have a visit from Michael and  Denise Sherman, former Coast  Newsies who now live al Watson  Lake in the Yukon. It was good  to renew old friendships and  reminisce about the good old  days. They did not have time to  visit with all their friends but  wished to pass on new year  greetings.  So, from the Forrester household, "A guid New Year tae ane  and all, and mony may ye see,  and during a' the year tae come,  o happy may ye be."  times in Ihe lasl few months of watching  sushi chefs in action.  Sushi i.s a cuisine whose time has come.  The Japanese are generally healthier than  North Americans when they eat traditional  Japanese food. They have considerably less  heart disease than us.  As well, few Japanese are fat. So, from a  weight watchers point of view, sushi is  divine. For new sushi eaters, a delicious introduction is maklzushi, This snack or meal,  when cul. looks kind of like pinwheels. They  are eaten with Japanese soy sauce, pickled  sliced ginger and wasabi or green horseradish.  To make your own, all you need is a bamboo rolling mat, sushi (sticky) rice, nori seaweed, and whatever ingredients you want to  put inside - sliced cucumber, green onion,  avocado, shrimp, pickled vegetables.  Dania Matialion is the Communily Nutritionist ami converted sushi fan from the Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit.  f~ REWARD   ~|  ClllWililll  is giving a reward of $20 for the return of EACH live  blasting cap stolen from TRI-SIL MINERALS LTD.  v IFYOU HAVE ANYINFORMATION ��  X CALL 886-TIPS IMMEDIATELY /  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  New  bulletin  service  planned  Another operation on the  Sunshine Coast is sprinting onto  the information highway.  Don Seykens, a computer  enthusiast in Gibsons, is starting  up a new electronic bulletin  board on the Coast.  That will add to several other  bulletin boards already in existence locally where computer  browsers can dial up and find  out about the latest gossip, news  and events. Seykens says one  feature of his new bulletin board  is that it will be geared lo Macintosh computer-users, while  most are directed to IBM-compatible machines.  That means software available for downloading from the  system will run on Macintosh  computers, although any computer user can dial up messages  from the board at 886-8453.  Seykens says he's hoping to  feature crimestoppers, listings  from the employment centre and  a "teen corner" on his bulletin  board.  Like most bulletin boards on  the Coast, the new addition will  be free to those who want to use  it. Several local services also  allow computer users to hook up  to Internet, bul Seykens says his  will be strictly for local messages.  -i��*.


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