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Array legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C  89.8  V8V 1X4  by Ellen Frith  This typical view of aircraft and activity at the Tyee Air Float Plane, dock at Porpoise Bay near Sechelt  shows the promise of spring and warm, sunnier weather���in anticipation of the summer days and  seashore activities just around the corner. ���Vern Elliott photo  The Hillside Industrial Park  is a go-ahead, announced local  MLA Harold Long and Minister of State for Mainland/  Southwest, Elwood Veitch, at a  press conference in Gibsons  March 10.  There were congratulations  all around when Veitch said an  agreement in principle had been  reached between the provincial  government and the Sunshine  Coast Regional District (SCRD)  ' to develop the Hillside In-  j (iustrial Park.  "This agreement is an exam-  ' pie of how the regional development strategy is being used to  ensure that economic growth  and diversification occurs in all  areas of the province," Veitch  said, "the regionalization program is working!"  MLA Long said the project  will be a real boost for the local  economy. He thanked SCRD  chairperson, Peggy Connor,  and her staff for their cooperation.  "It (the agreement) is a fine  example of what can be ac  complished when local and pro-  vinical governments work  together," Long said.  The Hillside Industrial Park  is cited for 405 acres of Crown  land near Port Mellon. The  blueprint for the development is  a regional district subdivision  plan calling for 250 acres to be  used for industry.  Another 155 acres is set aside  for the creation of a community  forest.  Bayside Sawmill which will  eventually employ 50 workers,  will probably be the first to  build at Hillside. It is expected  most of the other industry to  establish at the Park will also be  forestry oriented and concerned  with the re-manufacturing of  wood products.  "B.C. is very much on the  move," Veitch said, "and the  Hillside Industrial Park will  mean jobs, good jobs."  What excites Veitch most  about the project though, is the  site's potential for a deepsea  port, he said.  "People around the world  are interested in an area on the  Pacific Rim where a deepsea  port can be established. The  potential for an area which has  the potential for a deepsea port  is tremendous."  He mentioned the new  chromium plant: slated for  Nanaimo with a future job  capacity of 300 as proof of the  potential for an area such as  Hillside.  Morris Egan, chairman of the  regional district Economic  Development Commission  (EDC), said the area had  beautiful potential to show the  world industry and the environment can co-exist.  The Dakota and McNair  creeks flowing through the  development and providing its  water, he said, will be carefully  protected. Strips of land on  both sides of the creeks extending out several hundred feet  will be kept clear of any  development.  Fish hatcheries will be  established in several spots  along the banks.  The   EDC   has   set   aside  $50,000 in its budget to hire environmentalists to overview the  Please turn to page 8  -������r1  .i  ,'r'  The Sunshine  ��-  Of Z%"  V'  ~4b  <v  /.  ^IS-aS-few*--^   &>�����(&���  *&$L^  m  Published on the Sunshine Coast  25* per copy on news stands     March 13,1989       Volume 43       Issue 11  J  V-��iE5'as#  Millions  by Harold Blaine  Rosier by $2,920,960 is the  Sunshine Coast's economy over  the next five years following a  federal government announcement Friday.  Ecstatic was the way to  , describe Sunshine Coast community futures committee chairmaniWiUiafflf McKinnpny when  he wasr informec^ by ^ thisy  n<sWs|*ap^  ment had come through.  "I'm very excited, very pleased. It will have a significant impact on the Coast. It will serve a  very useful purpose here," said  chairman McKinnon.  He Immediately announced  the formation of the Sunshine  Coast Business Development  Centre with a nine-member  board. He ordered the position  of manager advertised, expecting local businesspersons seeking loans will be lining up for interviews by the last half of  April.  The new yBusiness Develop^  ment Cenfre ; (BDC) <������ this yeary  will have $385,710 to establish,  maintain and administer itself;  and make loans, according to  the announcement by Tom Sid-  don, federal fisheries and  oceans minister. Siddon made  the announcement on behalf of  the apparently absent Barbara  McDougal, employment and  immigration Canada minister.  On the Inside  '   Irish peace wish  .P.2  Sales taxjeform  P.2  Fish farm threat.  .P.3  Church services. P.4  Sechelt jarson. P.5  Pender Harbour.news..... .P.6  Davis &ay news.......... .P.7  Area E fights:...........P.9  Sechelt news.......".... .P.10  Halfrnoon Bay news.. :.. .P.ll.  NDff:otitic here.........P.13  Leisure features P.14-15  Restructuring report P. 16  Services  directory P. 16-17  Sports news ���'... .P.17-18  Classifieds...  P.19-20  The plan for the centre calls  for more than $2 million over,  five years, the further money to  be provided by Ottawa as required over future yeairs.  The announcement also h>  eludes over $800,000 to help  unemployed Sunshine Coasters  establish their own businesses,  according to the announcement.  "5Lib"^ ;c^^  chairman:^clQnnon. said his,  committee got werything it h^  so far proposed to the federal  government under the program.  The committee is working all  out on its proposals for more  than another million, dollars  worth of Sunshine Coast  economic development plans.  YThe Business .Development  Centre and unemployed self-  help program proposals have  been on the employment  minister's desk for something  more than three months. The  committee worked on them  since late 1987.  The nine-member BDC  (board will soon meet to elect its  officers. It includes John  Clayton, Sechelt businessman;  Dr. Douglas Jardine of Sechelt,  Capilano College president;  Kay Little, Halfmoon Bay  businesswoman;, Debbie  Mealia, Roberts Creek  businesswoman; Bonnie Murray, Garden Bay professional  accountant; Lynda Olsen,  Langdale teaching assistant;  Chris Ortner, Sechelt forester;  Michael Ryan, Sechelt construction man; Barrie Wilbee*  Madeira Park businessman.  The local community futures  chairman and retired civil servant said it really felt good,  after all the hard work done on  Coast economic planning, to  hear the announcement of  federal funds had .come. He said  the federal government is being  very good to the Sunshine  Coast.  "Given the competency and  stature of the (BDC) board  members, I'm sure it (the  federal money) will be delivered  in a manner that will benefit the  Sunshine Coast," he said. He  said well-deserved credit should  be given Vancouver area employment and immigration consultant Leslie Rodgers for the  successful acquisition of/&the ���%  federal money. -^$jk-  ' ,,, ?yft^i^ .Rbd^  the announcement here on Friday.  Sharon Sawchuk, local  futures committee manager-  coordinator, said the new BDC  office will operate jointly with  the existing futures committee  office in Teredo Square,  Sechelt.  She said the self-employment  ^iiSepittiycpart ^ofythe prpgrarrj is,  for unemployed individuals to  start their own businesses. They  can qualify for a weekly wage  for a year to help them start  their own small-scale enterprises.  Fisheries and Oceans Minister  Siddon's announcement said  the Sunshine Coast Community  Futures Association will receive  $385,710 to establish a Business  Development Centre and  $804,960 over the next five  years to implement the self-  employment incentive option of  community futures, part of the  Canadian jobs strategy.  "The Business Development  Centre option will assist small  businesses in the creation of  permanent      employment  ;^::;^.-yf^:jteiito page 12]���  The late winter sun waxes warm in this view of the  Sechelt Indian Band Hall at Sechelt, as if as an omen of  the future of the band's new precedent-setting self-  government and the future successes of indigenous  peoples taking their places as world citizens in the fullest  sense of the word around the planet. y ., ��� ���.  ���Vent Elliott photo  New Zealand, Ontario Natives visit Sechelt  by Penny Fuller  It has been less than a year  since the final negotiations concluded making the Sechelt Indian Government District a unique self-governing entity in  Canada. Already, indigenous  people from, around the world  are sending representatives to  talk with the band council and  .take back information about  the process Qf self-government.  Last week, the band was  visited by Pouwhare Temaipi, a  Maori from New Zealand. Also  visiting were three representatives from the Bimose Tribal  Council in Kenora, Ontario.  Temaipi told the Coast News  he was on a five week tour of  Canada to look at the  developments here in self-  government for Native people,  and to acquire first-hand information on the 'devolution process'.  "Devolution", he explained  is a term used by the government of New Zealand, "...describing the process whereby the  government hands back programs and services, with appropriate financing, to tribal  groups."  It is a process which that  government is now committed  to completing within five years.  The situation of the Maori  people and of Native Canadians  are similar in many ways,  Temaipi said. But there are  some significant differences.  Within a much smaller  geographical area, the Maori  people comprise approximately  one-tenth of the New Zealand  population of. 2.8 million. The  result is a more common approach, more universality of  direction, he explained.  There is also only one level of  government to negotiate with.  Here the Sechelt Band had to  negotiate first with the federal  government, then the provincial  and back to the federal.  The Bimose Tribal Council is  also in a somewhat different  situation from that of the  Sechelts. Many of the New  Zealand bands were totally  isolated in their communities  until about 20 years ago, Eli  Mandamin told the Coast  News.-  Much of their culture and  language is strongly intact. They  also reside on treaty lands, a  different legal situation than the  Sechelts had.  Mandamin, Robert Greene,  and John Skead are on a factfinding tour for their tribal  council. They were most interested in the information  shared with them by the Sechelt  Indian Band.  I  !  I  i-  f  t  1  ������Y-'.-i"rYY ���    '������.���������..-''.';' ..-.'. ������:>.1|*ii*���.���������'���'���'.;������*!���. ���'   ''���' i- :���������'-:';���:������.���.. -<)��� Yy>YYYYY��M��-?4KY'. -c;-'-.-.  ���'������   ;'��������� -y^&BYSSiyfi^  "'���'- :4',  ���V  -�� - '^*^^��wstta^��w_wo.fi��-��M%_fr-+' ^^H'7.>**rt*I*i��e��^iJ^v��t!1 ��� I  . 'I  Coast News, March 13,1989  n  ��  y  Y  Y��  YY'Y, \  Early French Immersion classes will not translate into problems later on when students turn their attention to English, a  UBC researcher says.  Honey Halpern, a sessional instructor in the department of  language education, bases her belief on a recent study of  students at a Vancouver elementary school.  "There's a myth out there and it suggests that the very  nature of learning a second language such as French is upsetting to English reading skills," said Halpern. "I think this  study does much to dispel this myth."  In her research, Halpern tutored six grade 4 and 5 students  who were having difficulties with English after having spent  their first years of schooling in French Immersion.  Halpern found a wide variety of reasons for their lack of  skills - physical and emotional maturity, family support,  educational programs - but that there was no evidence linking  their problems with French Immersion.  "It's not learning a second language that causes them to  have English reading difficulties," she said. "These children  had problems in French language classes as well."  She also found that parents of the immersion students were  not reading to their children in English at home because they  feared it would confuse them. Halpern said this mistaken  assumption probably added to their plight.  Halpern advises parents to relax and have patience if  French Immersion children are not as advanced in their  English skills as others their age.  Kidneys needed  March is Kidney Month for the Canadian Kidney Foundation's 25th anniversary door-to-door campaign for funds.  You should try to give, of course. But there is something else  you can do that costs you nothing and will have more value  than almost any monetary donations.  Sign an organ donor card, or the organ donor form on  your driver's licence. Many people are waiting desperately for  a kidney transplant.  Because the general public is now aware kidney transplants  have a high success rate (over 80 per cent), it seems many feel  the problem is solved. But there are still 1200 Canadians  waiting for transplants, and almost 5000 whose everyday lives  are constrained by the need for dialysis.  If only one per cent of potential organ donors here on the  Sunshine Coast and across the nation gave the gift of life,  there would be no more waiting lists.  Y Y ,Y"**-��  trout the #f*# of the COAST NEWS  5 YEARS AGO  Cantor's board of directors approved a $34.8 million  modernization plan for the Howe Sound Pulp Mill at Port  Mellon. The work started in 1981 but was halted in a  period of financial restraint in 1982.  The Sunshine Coast Regional District Board scheduled public hearings for a 10 year regional water system  proposal.  The Sunshine Coast Golf Course opened for the  season with Tom Meredith as manage!'.  The Suncoast Breakers hosted their first annual Suncoast Cup Oldtimers Hockey Tournament. Eight teams  entered. The Squamish Extra Oid Stock team won the  final against Breakers A.  Hovercraft service to Vancouver was scheduled to  begin in mid-April with four trips a day. '  15 YEARS AGO  Fred Kirkham of Gibsons, turned 100 years old last  week. He was surrounded by family and friends congratulating him on reaching the century mark.  Jack and Jill Cooperative School for pre-school  children will hold an openhouse. Parents and children  are invited to see the artwork and equipment used during school hours.  Pupils of teacher Bjorn Bjornson at Gibsons Elementary School surprised his wife with a baby shower at the  LePage home in Gibsons recently.  20 YEARS AGO  Peter Trower, Gibsons poet, was the subject of an article in the Vancouver Sun under the title 'How a Book  and a Friendship were Born.  The provincial government has set aside $75,000 for  the roads work program covering the Gibsons/Sechelt  areas.  30 YEARS AGO  The spelling bee between students and parents at  Elphinstone High resulted in a tie, when first the boys  were eliminated and the remaining girls battled on with  parents. Patty Smith and Mrs. Gilbert were final contestants, and both went down on the same word.  35 YEARS AGO  It is reported that Powell River Pulp and Paper is very  soon to open operations on the Rotter Logging property.  Present operations will employ three or four trucks and  -50 to 60 men, according to this report.  40 YEARS AGO  Amalgamation with Headlands area, the firehall location, and a proposed municipal hall, were contentious  subjects before a meeting of Gibsons Ratepayers  Association.  The Sunshine  PubU.hed by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editorial: Harold Blaine   Vcrn Elliott  Production:  Jane Stuart  Bonnie McHeffey  Bev Cranston  Advertising:  Fran Burnside  John Gilbert  Loni Shaw  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is a locally owned newspaper, published on the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by Glassford Press  Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930. Second Class Mail Registration No.  4702. ��  The Sunshlnf COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part of it by any means Is prohibited unless permission In  writing Is first secured from Glassford Press Ltd., holders of the  copyright; SUBSCRIPTION RATES  C-nisda: 1 year $35; 6 months $20; Foreign; 1 year $40   %&/& Sf ::  Mainstream Canada  Sales tax reform is  small business threat  by Ann M. Smith  At first blush, the prospect of  a highly publicized and  emotionally-charged debate  over reform of sales tax may not  seem all that exciting. If you  agree, it will probably be a very  long summer.  But for many observers, the  all-important debate has already  begun. During the long and  tedious process of pre-budget  discussions, Finance Minister  Michael Wilson will no doubt  hear umpteen different .solu-  tions of how he should go about  making repairs to the decayipg^  system of sales tax in this coun-.;  try- i .������ -;, in "{".  (Few disagree that, yes, the  reforms are long overdue; the  problem is more a matter of  which course of action Wilson  should take.)  According to a recent pre-  budget submission prepared by  the 80,000-member Canadian  Federation of Independent  Business, there is a very real  danger that consumers and  small business will not be given  a strong enough voice in the ensuing process of public debate.  CFIB President John Bulloch  says the issue of sales tax  reform, however, is just too important to the country's overall  economic stability.  "Big business is the promoter  and major beneficiary of sales  tax reform," said Bulloch, "as  this will have the effect of shifting sales tax away from exporters and on to. consumers  arid small business." ,y  It would be political suicide  for the government; he adds, to  ignore the interests of consumers and small business in  order to appease the corporate  elite.  "The benefits of a new sales  tax system���designed to help  Canadian   exporters���will   be  wiped out if the government  places a nightmarish paper-  burden on small business. Mr.  Wilson must remember where  the vast majority of all the jobs  in Canada are coming from.  "According to Statistics  Canada, firms employing fewer,  than 50 people accounted for 93  per cent of all private sector job  creation between 1978 and  1986. Firms employing more  than 500 people, on the other  hand, generated a net loss  equivalent of 50,000 jobs," said  Bulloch.  - During a pre-budget meeting,  Bulloch told Wilson that sales  tax reform presents, problems  for trie small business comriiuni-  ty in the following areas:  - That an increased sales tax  on consumer services will drive  economic activity underground  to the detriment of all  legitimate, taxpaying businesses.  - That an increased sales tax  on consumer goods and services  will reduce demand, which in  turn will result in a diminished  contribution by small firms to  job creation and economic  growth.  - That the costs of administering the new sales tax  system for smaller firms and'  government will be greater than  the revenue collected.  - That auditing of small firms  in   the   future   by   Revenue:  Canada will be a continuous  source of fear and harassment.  Sales tax reform will fail  unless consumers and small  business are treated fairly. Our;  economy cannot afford a;  warped system of sales, tax that;  favours big business at the ex-;  pense of the average Canadian.  ****  (Editor's Note���Ann Smith  prepares this column for this  newspaper on behalf of the  Canadian Federation of Independent Business.);  On St. Patrick's Day  i  have a dream...'  Peace in Ireland  by Isabel Ralph  St. Patrick is the patron saint  of Ireland, who in the Middle-  Ages, brought Christianity  there. March 17 is the day named in his honour.  Because his church was  Roman Catholic and Northern  Ireland is now mainly Protestant, violence there continues to  be a part of almost daily life.  Ordinary people send their  children to school, not sure of  their safety in that chronic state  of religious civil war.  It was less than a year ago  that three young unarmed IRA  partisans, two men and a  woman, were shot dead by  British security soldiers in  Gibraltar. There were three  witnesses who saw it all.  A week later two loyalist  gunmen, members of the Protestant Action Force, walked into a Belfast pub known to be  frequented by Catholics. They  fired on everybody there, killing  four young men and wounding  many others.  MT COAST  But religious bigots never give  up. Recently two IRA terrorists,  intent upon revenge, set a time  bomb to blow up a British Army barracks in Shropshire  where 50 soldiers lay sleeping.  A young soldier, however, on  sentry duty saw the bombers  running away. He roused his  comrades in time to evacuate  the building before it was blown  to pieces.  I have another little note here  stating that the Reverend Ian  Paisley, who preaches hatred of  Catholics in his . Protestant  church in Belfast, and is also the  leader of the Northern Ireland  Unionists, created a disturbance  at the European Parliament in  Strasbourg. He interrupted an  address by the Pope by carrying  a placard stating the Pope is the  anti-Christ: the enemy of  Christ. Paisley was forcibly  ejected from the hall.  Yes, Ireland���where my  family came from���is a sad  land, torn by strife. We have no  relatives there now, since my  cousin Jane Coffey died three  years ago.  Now I prefer to remember all  the great people Ireland has  given the world.  There was Thomas Moore, a  poet and musician who wrote  many lovely songs about  Ireland and its people. He wrote  the beautiful love song, 'Believe  Me If All Those Endearing  Young Charms'. Lord Byron  admired and befriended him.  There was George Bernard  Shaw who came to England and  won great fame as a playwright.  He wrote 13 plays and several  books. He was an early member  of the Fabian Society, the  beginning of socialism. He was  awarded the 1925 Nobel Prize  for Literature and lived to be 94  years of age.  There was Sean McBride, the  son of the beautiful Maude  Gonne. Her husband, John  McBride, had been executed by  the British in the infamous Kil-  mainham Jail.  Sean studied law, defended  political prisoners and, when  Ireland became a republic, was  the champion of human rights.  He was a founding father and  director of Amnesty International.  In 1974 he was awarded the  Nobel Peace .Prize. He died, a  very old man.in 1988.  In 1988 the City of Dublin  celebrated 1000 years since its  founding. There were celebrations all over the Republic of  Ireland.  In Trinity College Library in  Dublin, the cherished Book of  Kells is on display. It was written in the 8th Century on parchment with decorations in full  colour.  In my youth I had the good  fortune to be in Montreal when  another great Irishman was  there too. He was William  Butler Yates who had been an  actor in the Abbey Theatre in  Ireland���and was a poet.  He was awarded the Nobel  Prize for Literature in 1923. It  was the autumn of 1932 when I  arrived in Montreal. I went to  Please turn to page 3  Idj* mean yet\  90m'ba I mon Hunting  Don't v* A  '���</  1.���>*,���#&>?. '"���:?��"���  __-__r  '���y*"y 5-  fit I I  ���t��iviU  ��� ��.-���..:��*tf^e''v'Vf�������^   f*"*  MM  ,..^.,^^.j.ffil.Jg^iw,.,,L<,1,,,,,>,.^, ���.,_J./^���J- ... .,- ���-   .,   .. u _���_ _. Coast News, March 13,1989  ;Editor:  Sale, sale, sale...but are you  'really getting a sale price, plus  -coupon discounts, etc.? Look  ���at your receipts again!  I was shopping at a local drug  ^store here and guess what? I was  ^charged at the regular price (not  !on sale price, as advertised)  :minus coupon value.  : I couldn't believe my eyes  because we trust those pre-  ;computerized print out prices  100 per cent don't we? We  seldom (for most of us, never)  question the machine's accuracy  in calculations, so we pay  whatever the amount that's being printed.  Later, when I pointed out the  mistake made on the receipt  (whether it's purposely man-  made or machine-made, I don't  know), I was told by the cashier  that the computer doesn't print  out the right figures 100 per cent  What's in a name?  Editor:  Back in the mid-20th Century  Entrepreneur Ted Gibb purchas-  ;ed the 33-acre Dugall Bluff,  ;commonly called Franklins  ; Bluff, for $33,000 through  agent Harold Wilson of Totem  Realty who coined the name  Sunshine Coast which has stuck  to this day.  Large subdivisions were a  rare thing in those days but Mr.  X3ibb was well up to the task of  putting surveyors in. Alf Rit-  chey with bulldozer, cap and  blasting powder at the ready to  muscle in the basic road  beds���some of us called it Bull  Ritchey's pension plan for the  project seemed endless, almost  a mission impossible.  But the former. mayor did  it���a 97-lot subdivision ahead  of its time.  Waterfront lots facing the  bay sold at five to six thousand  while view lots were of .the 15 to  30 thousand range according to  view and size.  Then Ted Gibb mushed us  salesmen up the bluff with  orders to name the streets���he  being an outsider.  And so it was that Gordon  Wilson, Kay Butler, myself and  Kay MacKenzie set out on the  perimeter road which we named  Skyline Drive with local names  of the time!! Personally, I don't  know much about computers,  but do they really do that?  By the way, we went there  four times for the same article  and each time were cheated!  So check your receipts next  time and know your prices.  Don't get cheated out of your  hard-earned money by greedy  businesspeople (though not all  of them are alike).  Lee Chok  Avalon Way, Arbutus Reach,  and Shoal Lookout. We reserved the Allison Way a must for  Ted Gibb's daughter, Georgia  Drive after his wife, not the  Strait, and the short dead-end  road Totem Way.  The entire subdivision was  dubbed Georgia View and the  south beach park dedicated to  the Village of Gibsons, which  most of us as youngsters referred to as BB Beach, more or less  difficult to get at other than by  boat in the early days when we  crawled over the rocks to pick  Franklin daisies in the spring.  Dick Kennett  Port Moody  Heart Fund appreciation is great  Editor:  Thank you everyone for contributing support to the 1989  Heart Fundation campaign.  The businesses that displayed  signs, the swimming pool in  Gibsons, the coffee shops, and  all the people who donated  money, thank you!  ��� March 16 at 7:30 pm there  will be an evening of appreciation for the volunteers who contributed their enthusiasm,  energy and time to the Heart  Month in February. Each person from canvasser to coordinator to chairman is vital to  the work of fund-raising for the  educational and research projects sponsored by the Heart  Foundation.  Since heart disease is the  number one killer, then these  funds will benefit us all. Our  contributions so far have fallen  short of our goal by $4,000.  There were fewer canvassers  this year, so it may be that areas  were missed. If that is the case  for   you,   please   make   your  McMurray Bay  plan supported  donation, large or small, and  forward to Box 1525, Gibsons.  If each person on the Sunshine Coast donated $1 our goal  would be reached. It is never  too late, please open your heart.  All volunteers are invited to  join Heather Robertson, our  regional coordinator, for light  refreshments at the Golf Club  Thursday. A big thank you to  all!  Mary Bland  FLY  OF THE f  monthWi  A. Hand Tied Fly   (.& Newsletter  ,   Every Month        ,  .   ,Y$12per year;,  FLY OF THE MONTH  Box 687, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  Editor's note: the following has  been received for publication.  Harold Long, MLA  Provincial Legislature  Victoria, B.C.  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V0H 1Z0  ON DISPLAY 6 DAYS ONLY  at Trail Bay Centre Mall parking lot, Sechelt  March 16,17, & 18  and Sunnycrest Shopping Centre parking lot, Gibsons  March 19, 20, & 21  Safes: It.00 am to 5:00 pm  only safe anchorage location  left in the Jervis Inlet which is  free of forestry or aquaculture  related activity. We believe that  it makes basic sense to retain at  least one untouched safe harbour in the area.  Any plans for development in  McMurray Bay should be put  on hpld. Y"  We request you actively sup-,  port the SCRD application., _.."*;  Roger Lagasse  Chairperson  CAPE  Dream  Continued from page 2  hear him read his poetry at  McGill University.  He was a frail, white-haired  old man but his voice was clear  and resonant. One poem I  wrote down and memorized. It  went:  "Had 1 the heavens' embroidered cloths, enwrought  with silver and golden light, the  blue and the dim and the dark  cloths of light and night and the  half-light, I would spread these  cloths beneath your feet. But I  being poor, have only my  dreams. I spread my dreams  beneath your feet. Tread softly  because you tread on my  dreams."  Today I also am old and frail.  But I too have a dream. It is  that I shall live to see peace in  Ireland.  GET THE SHOCK  OF YOUR LIFE  FOR ONLY  Motorcraft  SHOCK ABSORBERS  Lifetime Service Guarantee  Buy 3 Get 4  Reg. $155.00 for 4 Std. "Cas"  Sales116"  ��� Reg. $233.80 for 4 H/D "Cat"  Sa!es1755s  Plus installation Phone for Appointment  ^  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  MDL5936  885-3281  Editor's note: the following has  been received for publication.  John Cashore, MLA  Legislative Buildings  Victoria, B.C.  Dear Mr. Cashore:  It appears your knowledge of  the aqua-business industry is, to  put it politely, somewhat  limited. While I fully realize the  time constraints your office  may hold it is unacceptable that  such an important impact on  the sports and commercial fishing industry, and the tourism industry be regarded so lightly.  Our Ocean Resource Conservation Alliance (ORCA) and  associated groups are more than  just a little disgusted with your  party's obvious lack of concern.  Your recent visit to the Sechelt  Peninsula only confxmed this  point of view.  Where was, where is, your  party when the discovery of  VHVS makes front page headlines throughout the northwest  coast of North America?  ORCA has very serious concerns with fin fish aquaculture ���  worldwide and in particular  salmon farming in B.C. On first  consideration these developments would seem to be of a  relatively benign nature.  The multi-national aqua-  business  industry,   and  many  Restaurant  hospitality  is lacking  Editor:  As a very newly located family in Gibsons, recently my wife  and I stopped in at a cafe here  for lunch.  After ordering and receiving  our meal, I was dissatisfied with  my order, complaining that portions of it were not cooked.  After relieving me of it, the  waitress promptly brought it  back. Much to my disbelief I  was informed the cook disagreed with me, insisting it was  acceptable.  Not only did I not eat the  meal, but I was informed that I  would have to pay for it!  I am a firm believer in the  customer is always right.  Needless to say this cafe has lost  my business.  But more importantly, I  would like to know, is. this the  image a' tourist locale can afford  to make to the public? Surely  notj  C&KWerbicki  governments and their agencies  have in no small way contributed to this illusion.  We believe fin fish aquaculture as practised today is a  larger threat to the survival of  wild stocks than pollution,  habitat destruction or over  fishing. A growing body of  evidence supporting this statement exists today.  Are we to wait until the wild  stocks of some species become  effectively extinct  before this  pattern of destruction is halted  or at least recognized?  Just as it has elsewhere in the  world, the obvious likelihood of  resistant and VHVS type diseases occurrring on the West  Coast of North American has  always been one of ORCA's  main contentions: The frightening speed that almost all of our  statements has come to pass is  the only surprising event.  Teri Dawe  Sechelt  The Janet Dolman  Memorial Festival  i    ..;..,r The Janet Dolman Festival  Rockwood Lodge  at 2 pm, Sat., March 18th  Call Brv-ai. at 885-2015 f..r��leiail*-  Sunshine Coast Peace Committee monthly meeting Monday, March 13 at 7:30 pm at  Roberts Creek School Library. Discussion on peace issues. Refreshments. Everyone  welcome.  Volunteers Needed - Drivers needed from Gibsons to Kirkland Centre and back; People to help at Nifty Thriftys and Gibsons Food Bank; Anyone interested in helping to  set up Big Brothers Organization, please call 885-5881, Volunteer Action Centre.  Sunshine Coast Cancer Society monthly meeting will be held Monday, March 20 at 1  pm in the board room of the Regional District offices. Everyone is welcome.  Hunter Training Safety Program (CORE) starts Tuesday, April 4 at 7 pm, Sechelt Rod  & Gun Clubhouse. $35 pre-registration is requested. Call 886-7842.or 885-2577.  The Annual General Meeting of the Sunshine Heights Owners and Residents Association will be held March 19 at 1:30 pm in the Performing Arts classroom at Chatelech.  All residents and owners are requested to attend.  Sunshine Coast Unitarian Group will be meeting March 19 at 10 am to noon for a  discussion on 'Living the independent Web'. For more information call Ralph or Vivian at 886-7519.  Sunshine Coast Pro Life Society general meeting Thursday, March 16 at 7:30 pm  Sunshine Coast Gospel Hall, Davis Bay.  Shorncliffe Auxiliary 'Bread and Buns' Bake Sale, Trail Bay Mall, Saturday, March  18 from 11 to 1:30 pm. Regular membership meeting in Shorncliffe Board Room  March 21 at 1:30 pm.  Sunshine Coast Amnesty International regular monthly meeting Wednesday, March  15 at 7:30 pm at Sechelt Elementary. Everyone welcome. For more information call  Roger at 885-7143.  Multiple Sclerosis organizational meeting .Tuesday, March 14 at 7 pm at the Sechelt  Health Centre, 5571.Inlet Avenue.  C.A.P.E. (Coast Association For the Protection of the Ehvirbnmentf me'efihc['Sunday.  March 19 at 7:30 fam at Seche"tl Elementary. Everyone welcome.  NOW AVAILABLE...  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To obtain a copy,  complete the coupon below.  return to: The Honourable Barbara McDougall  Minister Responsible for the  Status of Women  151 Sparks Street  RM. 1005  Ottawa, Ontario KlA 1C3  NAME:   ADDRESS:  CITY:   . PROVINCE:.  POSTAL CODE:.  Status of Wbmen Condition fGrhinine  Canada Canada  The Hon. Barbara McDougall L'Hon. Barbara McDougall  Minister - Ministre  I Canada  \ ���--  u  -. i  ��� ������"���' ������-������������- ���     "     - -...-- ������!-  iiii^'Mirfia^M_iB-yii__itt^iWBLi fr.1;  I  ���'si*' r  n;  ������ "$���  i'S*'  ��� i-fe:  !Y  ������!������  ! -�����  I  ! U  Ik  Hi  it!  :v  !  i  4  i  i  4  i  I-  Coast News, March 13, 1989  by Ellen Frith  Gilbert Joe of the Sechelt Indian, Band was a guest speaker  at the New Democratic Party  Club in Sechelt, March 7. He  spoke about his band's long and  sometimes arduous journey to  self-government.  Joe, 55, is becoming active  once more in band activities  after having been ill. He was applauded warmly by the 40 club  members present for his contribution to the NDP Club's  evening.  John Cashore (MLA for  Millardville/Coquitlam and environment critic for the NDP)  was the other guest speaker.  Both speakers commented on  the new direction the NDP is  going in, towards generating  wealth and saving the environment.  Cashore said that we had a  lot to learn from the Indian on  living in harmony with our environment.  Cashore said western expan  sion by the European epitomized the Judeo/Christian concept  that man has, in the words of  Genesis: '...dominion over the  fish of the sea and over the fowl  of the air and over every living  thing that moveth upon the  earth.'  "Another theme," Cashore  said, "is that man has stewardship of the earth. We can all live  together on this planet."  Before the non-Indians came  to the Coast, there were 24,000  people living here. In the 1950's  the Indian population had dropped to 201.  Now there are around 800  members of the Sechelt Indian  Band, Joe said.  "Most of the band members  support the NDP," he said,  "although not all".  Prior to the speakers, the  Sechelt NDP Club held its annual elections.  Voted in as new president is  Howard White of Harbour  Publishing. Vice-president is  Paul Murphy of Sunshine Coast  Products.  Judy Wilson has been president for the past two years.  It was announced the NDP is  holding its regional policy conference in Nanaimo on April 8  and 9. Four voting delegates  from the Sechelt NDP Club are  planning to attend.  Roberts    Greek  by Jeanie Parker, 885-2163  It's make or break time for  the Roberts Creek Community  Association. The hall is low on  y=-4*  (laurclf  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Services  CIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15 am  Sunday School 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  Sunday School. 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears     Rev. Alex C. Reid  Church Telephone 886-2333   ate a��e set   GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:15 am,  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship     7 pm in homes  Wednesday Bible  Study 7:30 pm in homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Pastor  ...     885-7488  ALL WELCOME  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S  & ST. AIDAN'S  ANGLICAN CHURCHES  Parish Family Eucharist  11:00 am  Phone: 886-7322 or 886-3723  St. Aidan's, R.C. Road 2:30 pm  First Sunday in month  Jteateate-  THE SECHELT PARISH OF THE  ANGLICAN CHURCH  ST. HILDA'S. Si-thfll  ���^  ll:(K) ,i.m.    I'r.iycr Book" Communion  '): SO .i.m. Moniini; Pr.iyrr or Communion  Sunil.iy sdinol lor < hildrrn  ST. ANDREWS. IVnchv H.irbour  I I: il) .i.m. Mornini; Pr.iyrr or Communion  ll':4"i .i.m. Sund.iy v hool lor children  HHV.'illl't Krwrcml lunc M.illin. Rtvtor  ���\\V extend ,1 u.irni welcome lo .ill"  -41414-.  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  Sunday School    - 9:30 am  Worship Service - 11:00 am  Hour of Inspiration 7 pm  Cal Mclver - Pastor  Arlys Peters - Music Minister  /'The Bible as it is...  lor People as they are."   4��4��4k   GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in SUNDAY  Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am      .    *  Morning Worship Service  ���   10:45 am  Wednesday  7:00 PM  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Columbii of lona Parish  8835 Redrooffs Rd.. Halfmoon Bay  The Rev'cl E.S. Gale: 1-525-6760  Information: 885-7088  "Prayer Book Anglican"   *t tH? He   PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Sunday School 9:45 am  .Morning Worship 11:00 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday. 7:30 prp  ��� - ���     ������- 883-2374*& 883-9441. i      ������ ������%-   ���'  Pastor Mike Klassen  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada   :���������^��j��j�� '*��� '���'���������' "���'���"���;''  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  New Church building on  School Road - opp. RCMP  Pastor Ted Boodle  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Bible Study  Weds, at 7:30 pm  Phone  886-9482 or 886-7107  Affiliated with the  Pentecostal Assemblies  of Canada   *% S(.je%  ..  funds. People-power arid the  elections Wednesday call for an  infusion of interest arid energy.  The community hall is an important part of Roberts Creek,  but the community association  is more than that. It's the  library and post office, the Joint  Use Facility, Roberts Creek  Daze, the propane tanks, the  Settlement Plan, the golf  course, dog control and a  multitude of other issues facing  the community now and in the  future.  The annual meeting of the  Roberts Creek Community  Association is .Wednesday,  March 15 at 8 pm in the community hall. Memberships for  1989 are now due.  LEGION MEETING  Voting members of the  Roberts Creek Legion are requested to attend the general  meeting this Wednesday, March  15 at 7:30 pm. The branch has  many projects being planned  and they need ideas and input.  The Legion recently gave a  boost to the Arts Council's  piano fund with a $2500 donation. Allen Crane said that brings the 'grand' total to about  $11,000 out of the $30,000 required.  Cape Bretoner Steven Lloyd  will be performing at the Little  Legion this weekend, March 17  and 18. Coming attractions are  Freefall and The Dewberries.  Friday night dinners will  begin-again on March 31 witrria  Chinese smorgasbord. 3  JAPAN TRIP I  Lucky Sean Puchalski! Hej  was chosen from Elphinstone  High School to go to Japan this  summer. / ���/  He and a group of? other  selected students will spend  three weeks there staying with  families and learning about the  country and the culture.  FIRE GUIDE  With people more aware of  the dangers of chimney fires  and improper installation of  wood stoves, a booklet  available from the Provincial  Fire Commissioner may be of  interest and assistance. 'Safe Installation and Use of Solid-Fuel  Purning Appliances' gives instructions, diagrams, and  precautions that could be  useful.  Write to Office of the Fire  Commissioner, Ministry of  Municipal Affairs, Recreation  and Culture, Suite 1, 2780 E.  Broadway, Vancouver V5M  1Y8, or telephone 1-660-9000.  SEMI-ANNUAL  Jewellery Repair Event  Are the ciaws worn thin?  Are the side stones secure?  .��� Is the centre stone secure?  Is the shank worn thin?  IF YOU'VE  'ANSWERED YES TO ANY>  _ t��F THESE QUESTIONS, NOW's"  YOUR CHANCE TO HAVE YOUR Rll_  > REPAIRED AT SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS.  RING1  Special Savings Now In Effect  thru' Saturday, March 25  Claws Checked & Karat Gold  Jewelry Cleaned FREE  '-.^ _  Reg. Price  $44  for 4 claws  Sale $26  CLAW  RETIPPING      tor4claws for4daws  RING                Made Smaller Made Larger *  sizing    Now $8 $10-$ 14  Reg. Price $12 Reg. $16-$20  Jeannie's  886-2023  Sunnycrest Mai!   Gibsons  From March 13-26  'atj  4     * *-Tfi  ��  .t tfi^i*,  '?   ' rf^  i A  4   ���< '���*�����/'  1*      (  ' ���* YY  y%��  k��__9  Sa!Y? *i%  "<.k< >%m''\  * >  G.W.G.  Hopsacks  Waist Sizes 32-44  Reg. $41.98  Sale  $329a  \**&-  o.  100%  Cotton  T-Shirts  $Q99|  L>    4 colours  i(��   S,M,L,XL,  &3  H  Many In Store Specials!!  Bargain Table & Clearance Rack  Great Savings  Great Selection  of Spring Fashions  Come in and see our new renovations!!  Your Quality Men's Wear Store  ��� r-��__J��  >���������������������* v  0WB7B��lfS  lHUk - \*.J--i,���i,'  .���-��--���-. -i'-v-v  Coast News, March 13,1989  Sechelt fires arson, 2 charged  SECHELT RCMP  Two Sechelt juveniles have  i been charged in connection with  a fire that destroyed the Sechelt  Dental   Clinic,   the   Bank  of  Montreal, and other offices in  the .building,   say   Sechelt  RCMP.  Y  A' male,  16 years,, and a  y female, 15 years, set fire to a  box of paper in a janitorial  closet on the second floor at the  north   end   of   the   upstairs  hallway. Flames quickly spread  into the ceiling, police said.  'Y Employees in the dental offices   noticed   smoke   in   the  hallway   and   quickly  alerted  pveryone in the building. As a  iresult^of their action, nobody  jwas injured.  The damage is  jestimated   at   half  a   million  jdollars, said police.  |   Both subjects attempted to  jset fire to the Dock Building on  (Cowrie Street 15 minutes prior  [to the Dental Building fire. A  1 trash can in the ladies' wash-  Iroom upstairs in a hallway, was  I found in flames.  i    Again swift action on the part  I of an employee at the H&R  (Block   office /resulted   in  no  I damage at all/to the building.  (GmSONSRCMP  ij    A   theft   occurred   mid-  | afternoon at Jeannie's Gifts and  Gems in Sunnycrest Mall on  February 25.  A tray of gold engagement  rings and wedding bands was  stolen. Anyone with information is asked to call the Gibsons  RCMP or Crimestoppers,  886-TIPS.  About 12:30 am, March 9,  police received a complaint of  an intruder in the Gibsons  Dockside Pharmacy on Marine  Drive. Upon arrival at the pharmacy, Constable Sorokan  found the glass door facing the  parking lot had been smashed  by a thrown rock.  Constable Sorokan entered  the store through the break in  the glass.  The 35 year old Gibsons male  had an armful of drugs and syringes, cash and other goods. He  also had marijuana in his  possession.  He will appear March 14  charged with break, enter and  theft, and for possession of  marijuana.  The broken door at Dockside Pharmacy last week is shown shortly  after Gibsons RCMP arrested a thief trying to escape.  ���Vera Elliott photo  VIE FOR THE COAST NEWS CHALLENGE CUP  ^&  from Gibsons  "For the FUN of it!"  21 km  Start: The Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  Finish- Sechelt Indian Band Hall  RACE DAY SCHEDULE  8:30-9:15 am - Packet Pick-up  and Late Registration  9:20 - Report to Start  9:30 - Start  ENTRY FEE - Includes T-Shirt, Refreshments & Draw Prizes  PRE-REG1STER BY MARCH 25th TO GET T-SHIRT  $2.00 - Late Registration (after. Mar. 25) and on Race Day)  and those not wanting a T-Shirt  For More Information Call Cam Mackenzie 886-9137 or Dave Brackett 886-4635  Sunday, April 2nd  9:30 am  r ENTRY FORM  Sponsored by B & D Sports, Coast News & Adidas  12th Annua! APRIL FOOLS' RUN, Sunday, April 2/89���   Make cheques payable to: Sunshine Coast Athletics  Forms ��� Pickup & Dropoff -B&D Sports, Sunnycrest Mall  Ngme: ���������   Address: _  ', ���   Phnnp;  _ _   Individual Runner ��� Relay Team Member ���  FEE ENCLOSED Team Name: _ -  No. in Team: ���_ ���  JvOFP    Age:.  $4.00D No T-Shirt  $12.00 ��� Students .  $14.00 D Adults $10.00 ��� Team    $12.00 ��� Team tPer person with shirt)  DS DM DL DXL  ATHUTE'5 WAIVER  |n consideration of your accepting this entry, I hereby for  myself, my heirs, executors and administrators waive and  ���release any and all rights to claims for damages I may have  against the organizers of this event, agents, representatives,  successors and assigns, and the race sponsors, for all and  any Injuries I may sustain during the course of the event.  PARENT/LEGAL SIGNATURE  (Must be signed if athlete under 19 years of age). 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I  IK.V  I  1:  it  lit:  k  pi  i  & ���  Hi  Coast News, March 13,1989  by Leiani Anthony  council meeting  Trust was held  North   Pender  The March  of the Island  recently   on  Island.  / Water shortage on the islands  m the Trust area is a common  concern. Guest speakers from  the ministry of environment,  with hydrologists and engineers,  discussed various aspects of  water conservation.  ; Among these were properly  constructed cysterns and the  protection of groundwater.  Former Trustee Gordon  Wallace, in his discussion  paper, suggested the Trust look  to the protection of the uplands  of watershed areas where the  major re-charge of groundwater  - is thought to occur.  He further suggested by proper zoning that property owners  of uplands could be encouraged  to keep their parcels intact.  They should be given a tax  break for this concession, he  said.  The Trust Fund is a portion  of the Island Trust Act which  was finally proclaimed in March  1987 by an order in council.  Since that time the Trust council  has been looking into ways of  implementing the Trust Fund.  It w3l provide the public with  the opportunity to make donations of land or money to the  Trust for the purpose of preservation for future generations.  To date the committee, with  help from the Benn Study, has  fli  Cjon  <-^ in the  by Dian Fossey  $1395  The Story of her 13 Years in the  Remote African Rain Forests  Next to Omega 886-7744  Easter Sunday March 26  Decorations Novelties  Candles Cards  Serviettes  -^/^iS^X^   KML^-r* /^Cw Loomis Agent  % Dry Cleaning Drop Off      \>  Open 7 Days a Week  MARY'S VARIETY GoWerP,.Rd. Gibsons Landing 886-8077 \  identified areas on each of the  islands in the Trust, together  with the lesser islands that are  worthy of environmental  preservation and protection  because of their unique  ecological, recreational or  aesethic attributes.  Private land logging in the  Trust area is receiving top  priority. A committee is charg  ed with making strong representation to the ministers of forests  and lands, municipal affairs  and the environment with  regard to a definitive logging  policy for the islands in the  Trust area, a strong desire to  eliminate clear-cut logging, and  wish to move toward a program  of sustainable yield or selective  logging.  freritier Patter  by Myrtle Winchester, 883-9302  Sunny Charboneau and Linda Curtis organized a bus trip to  the Shrine Circus in Vancouver  Saturday. The day was one of  great entertainment and great  fun.  Those who attended would  like to thank Larry Curtis for  driving the bus, and Sunny and  Linda for making the day possible.  LEGION NEWS  The Ladies' Auxiliary of the  Pender Harbour Legion will  hold their annual Easter Tea on  March 25 in the Legion hall  from noon until 3 pm.  The tea includes door prizes,  baking and sewing tables, and,  the highlight of the day^ the  Easter Hat Parade. Children  and adults are invited to  decorate their own hats and  compete for prizes in three  categories.  Tickets are still available for  the St. Patrick's Dance at the  Legion on March 18.  Regular Branch 112 activities  include   the   Saturday   meat  draw, Tuesday cribbage night,  and Thursday evening darts.  SQUADRON ELECTION  Following are the new executive of the Pender Harbour  Power and Sail Squadron.  Commander, Harold Clay;  Executive Officer, Sam Walker;  Training Officer, Andy Hayes;  Assistant Training Officer,  Dave White; Treasurer, Jock  Hermpn; Secretary, Joyce Clay;  Public Relations, Rita Zotoff;.  Membership, Ron Pratchett;  and Port Captain, Howard  Brown.  MOVING SALE  Marg   Schoular's   secondhand store is moving to a bigger  . and better location across the  street .from it's present location  in the shopping centre, and  Marg is holding a sale to cut  down on the amount of things  that she'll have to move.  How good of a sale is it?  Well, the prices start at 'free'!  TINA'S DINER  Tina Rietze opened the  Pender Harbour Hotel restaurant on Tuesday, and she'd  like to thank all the people who  sent her flowers and wished her  luck.  Tina's Diner opens at 6:30  am, closes for three hours at 3  pm, then re-opens until 8 pm,  every day except Monday. Tina  will have the dining room opened on the Easter weekend. .  PARENTS' WORKSHOP  Speech , and    language  therapist Janet Jackson will lead  ea  The Trust council views logging as the most important problem facing them as they work  toward maintaining the natural  beauty of the islands. It is mandatory that provincial policy be  changed to enable the Trust to  properly carry out its mandate  df preserving and protecting the  islands for the benefit of future  generations, it was said.  tonight's workshop, entitled  'Understanding Language  Development and Helping  Overcome Shyness,' at the  Madeira Park Elementary  School from 7 to 9 pm.  For more information about  this, arid   other   parents'  workshops, call Gwen Struthers  at 883-2373 or 883-2727.  LADIES' LUNCHEON  Once again the Pender Harbour Music Society is holding a  Ladies' Luncheon and Silent  Auction at St. Andrew's  Church hall on Saturday,  March 18 at 11:30 am.  Auction items include an interesting variety of goods and  services. Tickets are available  at Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  or by calling 883-9604.  Egmont  INIews  by Phil Muncaster  The Saint Patrick's Tea will  be held at the community hall  Wednesday, March 15, starting  at 1:30 pm. This will be a plant  and white elephant sale.  So please come, enjoy the  fun, and remember Spring is  just around the corner. Don't  forget that later that evening,  the annual community club  meeting will be held in the hall  at 7 pm.  GASBLOW-OUT  Last Monday midnight,  things went 'Bang' for Bruce  Silvey when his gas lantern blew  up. Fortunately, he was able to  dive out a back window of his  house and escape injury.  His  house  and  belongings  were  consumed  by the  fire.  Since then, he has acquired temporary accommodation.  HOSPITAL ESCAPEES  Both  Bill Griffith Sr.  and  Don Devlin returned home  from St. Mary's Hospital. Bill is  resting comfortably at home,  but Don has had to pay a return  visit to St. Mary's.  We all wish you fellows a  speedy recovery arid hope Don  will  soon be able to  return  home..   .'���������  SPRING SMORGASBORD  As an advanced notice, it is  time to start reving;:up; for the  community club annual Spring  Smorgasbord to be held iri the  community hall starting at 6:30  pm, Friday, March 31,  Nowhere will you find such a  wide variety of wonderful food.  Come and enjoy Egmont hospitality at itebestYY.      .'  CONTACT NUMBER  For news gathering, it would  be appreciated if corning news  items were phoned any evening  to Mrs. Betty Silvey at  883-9463.  V v: W  \ *-���    '���-, ���������;  Grave concern for the seemingly inevitable major oil spill in  the Juan deFuca Strait of  Southern Georgia Strait���with  resulting despoliation of  beaches and wildlife in the Trust  islands���has prompted the  Trust council to send a letter to  Prime Minister Brian Mulroriey  and Premier Bill Vander Zalm  urging them to have a better  contingency plan among groups;  who would handle suoht  disasters more expeditiously  than that which took place  recently on the West Coast of  Vancouver Island. ;  y  Copies of this will be sentrto  appropriate officials on the  U.S. S|an Juan and Ofcas  Islands!  Come and meet  :-2  our  Binkfey Bunnies  Gibsons Landing    ':  886-2818  J Fish & Chip W  J  (next to Mariners) ^  Fri.  Spring hours      J%  Sat.. Sun. 12 -6:3a fi  %  886-2337  KeJffamfffKj*  ANNOUNCEMENT  B**_*  ^v  -*Vf^ v. ;>-y vv��y\ y.  ���$"*���        -Y   'v       Y ,.   Yj*>L  BOB NYGREN  tV;  Norm and Joan Peterson are pleased to announce that  Bob Nygren has taken over ownership of Pebbles Realty.  It will give us great pleasure to work with Bob over the com .-���'���  Bob will continue to operate Pebbles with the same honesty and integrity  that our friends and clients have grown accustomed to.  We wish Bob well in his new endeavour  Joan��& Norm  Home Of The Beachcombers  MEMBER ��� SUNSHINE COASf REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION  AND MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE  Fax  LTD.  886-8107  886-9060  yarssr esi -3044  Box 335, Gower Point  Gibsons. B.C. VON 1VO  ip. i^I���i'-W-"  Coast News, March 13,1989  iWlBiiiiiBi^B^R  ty annual tonig  by Jean Robinson, 885-2954  ,,   The Davis Bay/Wilson Creek  { Community Association meets-  ^ tonight at 7:30 pm in the com-  "rrninity hall, 5123 Davis Bay  Yv���"���Road, This is the time to pay  ~M-your yearly dues, hear commit-  "|;i tee reports and find out where  $\we stand financially and in the  ytpmmunity as a whole.  ������/-, ^Y Daryl Henn and his class will  V ������ give a Karate demonstration at  ^'Y7.:15 pm. Plan on coming early  $v\\io get a good seat.  .    PAYING DUES  y   . ��� For those newcomers to the  '   Davis Bay/Wilson Creek area,  Whitaker Park and all the land  with   the   community   hail,  daycare" and scout hall was  donated in the late'1950s by Mr.  R. Whitaker. This was so the  young lads around could have a  place to play baseball.  Volunteer labour and Jack-,  son Bros. Logging cleared the  property.  The present community hall  was built by volunteer labour  with a government grant plus  many money raising events. It  has been maintained over the  years by men and women who  donated their time, energy and  expertise.  This is a financially sound  community association because  many people have worked very  hard over the years to keep it so.  SHOPPING CAN BE FUN  AND IT HELPS THE  GIBSONS  886-2488 or Box 598  They have paid their dues.  Please come and see for  yourself what nice people  already belong and what we  have to offer besides an excellent library. Now is the time  for you to pay your dues, by  helping and by getting a family  membership for $3.  KIRKLAND CENTRE  The Sunshine Coast Home  Support Society is very pleased  with Kirkland Centre and the  progress being made in adult  daycare.  Recently, clients were treated  to talks on 'having a healthy  heart' by Doctors Berinstein  and Burtnick. The doctors  spoke on different days.  Then Irene Duff showed  slides of. a tour of B.C. and of  the home she and her husband  built on Redrooffs.  Next came Helen and Ed  Cuylits with slides and a talk on  their trip to Russia. Marion  Lindsay cooked a Russian lunch  that day which the Cuylits  recognized as being very similar  to one they had on their trip.  Everyone loves this kind of  entertainment. Thanks go to all  those who share with the centre.  Trudy has left the centre after  ten years with the society and is  sadly missed. Val Hunt has  stepped in. Val is a home support worker as well.  Gurda Lohmer donated a  painting which will be 'raffled  off. Tickets are available at  both the Trail Bay and Sunnycrest Malls.  Second prize is a doorstop  doll. Third is a load of horse  manure.  March 15, Katie Angermeyer  will fiddle some tunes to  celebrate St. Patrick's Day.  April 9 to 15 is Volunteer  Recognition Week, which leads  me to plead once more for  volunteer drivers.  There are always drivers ill or  on holidays. So if you can spare  even one hour per month,  please phone 885-5144. You will  be glad you did.  GET WELL  All good wishes for a speedy  recovery to Turner Berry.  >.c /������  Prices effective:  March 14 - March 19  ���9 Sun. & Holidays  Mon. * Fri. 930 til 7 pill  *%8��U  *m^^w^HB&  ��m u Sm 3  11  10 kg  1 I  MJB - Regular/Fine/  Extra Fine ��� Ground  COFFEE. 300 gm  MJB Ground Columbian  COffee 300 gm  Dairy Maid - Apple  juice   Robin Hood - All Purpose/  Whole Wheat  flour         Zero Liquid - Cold Water  SOap 455  ml  Kellogg's  corn flakes ' ..675gm  Purina - Regular  Cat ChOW        .2 kg  Mazola  corn oii   Kraft - Pourable Regular  Assorted Varieties  salad  dressings ....250  Tide Liquid Laundry  detergent.... ..31 10.59  No Name ��� Small/  Medium/Large - Rubber  gloves.  ���'.... 1 pr.  .89  President's Choice -Salted/ ;^:�� ,s-;^,.. y.s���j  Unsalted - Dry Roasted  Kellogg's  bran flakes 450gm  Pringles -Regular/Light  pOtatO CilipS   . . . . 175/200 gm  Eyease - 50/100/150 W.  Tri-Lite  bulbs.:.;    Clubhouse -Brown/Chicken/  Mushroom/Turkey  gravy mixes ...ass. sizes  ���'���Vi  Cut into Chops - Quarter  PORK  LOIN  Ib.  1.79  Regular  ground beef   Sliced Beef  liver   Fresh From The Sea  Grey  cod fillets.    ib.  lb.  lb.  2.59  ml  1.48  BUKJslS  Campfire Brand - Thin Sliced  Bulk Layer  bacon.   .lb.  Campfire - Cooked  ham... 175 gm  Burns - Regular  wieners.............450 gm  Campfire - Bulk  garlic coil  . /_.  1.49  1.99  68  rtss*f-s3h;ty-A��.  V- U J- X\.!-! _k^-w.��r W��fl*r*\  BAKESY  4/bs/1-00|(  B.C. Size 150 - Anjou  pears.  ib.  .  Washington - Granny Smith  apples  '...ib.   .  California  celery /_.   .  Mexican  tomatoes /_.  .  Homestead - Sesame &  100% Whole Wheat  bread      1.59  English Buttermilk  muffins.....  &s  .99  Our Own Freshly Baked  *Assorted  muffins 6'S 2.09  -  4YV ^ ^  DAIRY  ),y  i!  s;  It  t:  ;:  Schneider's  Cheese-Eze 500 gm  Bari Brand Cheese  mozzarella... 340 gm  Purity  bUtter    ...454gm  4.39  2.89  2  Premium quality  ��� Use on drywall, plaster,  masonry surfaces  ��� Assures a uniform top coat  with increased top coat  coverage  ��� Dries in 30 minutes, recoat 4 hours  ��� Clean up - warm soapy water  ��� Premium quality  ��� Scrubbable satin finish  ��� Over 1100 decorator  colours  ��� One ccai coverage in most  applications  ��� Dries in 30 minutes/clean  up - warm soapy water  ��� Premium quality ��� interior  wail and trim paint  ��� hi-hiding - durable -  scrubbable  ��� Over 1100 decorator colours  ��� Superior adhesion  ��� Dries in 1 Hour/clean up  ���warm soapy water  THE  OPEN:  Mon.-Fri., 8:30-5:00  Sat. 9:00-4:00  Specializing in ���  WOODWORKING & INTERIOR,  FINISHING MATERIALS  hwy lot, Gibsons;  886-3294  Dole - Frozen Pineapple  juice..   Highliner - Classic  fishsticks  .350 gm  Cheemo - Assorted Flavours  perogies. . ....35ogm  355  ml   2.09  4.45  In the depths of my freezer as a matter of fact. The Great Provider  had decided that certain items that he remembered must still be  lurking in its cavernous depths. He was, as always, correct! We  discovered enough rhubarb and plums to make new batches of  homemade wine; enough strawberries and raspberries to keep us  in jam till this time next year; and underneath 1987's com there fay'  a million packages of frozen apple sauce. "Well, at least it was real  once upon a time", said No. 1 son. I noticed that he made no  derogatory comments as he ate the cookies that I baked. Funny  creatures, kids!  Apple Sauce Cookies  2 cups flour  V* teaspoon sail ������>  Vz teaspoon cinnamon  Vz teaspoon aHspica   .  Vi teaspoon nutmeg  Vt teaspoon dovts  -!  1 cup raisins  Vz cup shortening  1 cup sugar  1 teaspoon baking soda  1 beaten egg  1 cup sppte sauce  1.  2.  3.  4.  Sift dry ingredients. Stir in raisins.  Crearri. shortening and sugar. -  Mix soda, apple sauce & egg., ,y  Add dry ingredients and apple sauce mixture alternately to  shortening. Mix'well. ������ Y  Place in dessert spoonfuls in a lightly greased baking sheet.  Bake at 375�� for 15 minutes.  Y     Y Good hunting.  J  v-  >  &.��� jfewumfsawsm  ���*^v��>Vw-��-i  ���V**:;--^^^ i#''.*!^^^^  8.  Coast News, March 13,1989  h  ��.  h  h  Promote tourism  career awareness  Beautiful  EXTERIOR  DOORS  timeless elegance & value  by  dll> decor doors  Steel Clad Insulated  Wood Core Pre-hung  Weatherstripped    Pre-finished  est  CSS      K3  &_-_  Built to weather the elements  without warping or splitting  Wide choice of models & styles  Very competitively  Priced at... OPEN: Mon. - Fri. 8 am - 4:30 pm  Saturday    8:30 am - 12:30 pm  s~a  <5>  Hwy. 101 & Pratt Rd. Gibsons 886-7359  <3>  A major Sunshine Coast stepping stone to future prosperity was  assured last week as (left to right) Gibsons Mayor Diane Strom,  MLA Harold Long, Sechelt Alderman Joyce Kolibas, B.C.  Minister of State El wood Veitch, and SCRD Chairman Peggy Connor shook hands on an agreement in principle for the 405-acre  Hillside Industrial Park and deepsea port. ���Ellen Frith photo  Industrial park  Bill Reid, B.C. minister of  tourism and provincial secretary, recently launched a  tourism career awareness program developed by the Pacific  Rim Institute of Tourism for  use in the province's secondary  schools.  "A Career in Tourism ��� It's  A Natural!" is the name of the  program.. It will be delivered by  leaders in the tourism industry  to grade 10 students, he said.  "Hopefully, this program  will dispel the myth that jobs in  tourism are low paying and  unrewarding. There are many  exciting and dynamic career opportunities in the tourism sector  requiring a wide variety of skills  and talents." Reid said.  He said the program has  three objectives:  KEEP WHAT  YOU EARN  The only way to save money and  build toward a better tomorrow is  to pay yourself first. '  We can show you how to do it-  and how to make your savings  grow.  - to create an awareness of what  the tourism industry is;  - to create an awareness of the  variety of careers in the industry;  - to create an awareness of  career ladders and educational  opportunities that exist or are  planned as the industry moves  to greater professionalism and  certification.  The B.C. Restaurant and  Foodservices Association' is a  sponsor of the program initiated by the Pacific Rim Institute of Tourism. The program was established in April  1988 to develop educational  programs aimed at increasing  the professionalism in the  tourism and hospitality industries.  Your resident Investors Planning Team  Call us today!  Continued from page 1  Hillside development and  Veitch gave 'absolute  assurances' the environment  would not suffer from any industry established at Hillside.  The provincial government,  he said, has set up a blue-ribbon  panel of experts from around  B.C. under Professor Strang-  way, president of UBC, to study  environmental issues and come  up with a program of sustainable economy.  All industry to be located at  the Hillside Industrial Park will  be carefully screened and must  reach certain standards  established by the SCRD.  A 'greenbelt' of trees will be  established around each site.  The park will present a landscaped front when viewed from  both the water and the shore.  Colour photos that  have appeared in  the Coast News  are also available  Botcha  The COAST NEWS  captures hundreds  of Sunshine Coast  moments each week  Only a select few of  the thrills and glorious  moments reach print -  the rest are in our files  waiting for you  to discover!  If there's an event you'd like a photo of,  chances are the COAST NEWS was there.  Drop by either our Sechelt or Gibsons offices  and look through our contact sheets. You'll  be delighted at who you'll discover there.  Maybe We've Got You, Too!  The Sunshine  5521 Cowrie St., Sechelt 537 Cruice Lane, Gibsons  885^3930 886-2622  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  "Hillside Park is a pioneering  experiment demanding cooperation from all segments of the  community," David Bakewell,  forestry consultant, on the  Forestry Advisory Committee  (FAC) said. He sees Hillside as  the best site available on the  Gulf of Georgia for developing  forestrv-based industry.  The SCRD will be reimbursed for planning work already  undertaken and for future  preliminary servicing design.  The estimated $75,000 to  $100,000 c9st will be recovered  from property sales.  Egan said they would plan a  function around the signing of  the completed agreement in the  near future.  "The plan has been warmly  received on the Sunshine Coast  by all residents," he told  Minister Veitch.  Investors  Group  PROFIT FROM OUR EXPERIENCE  J.N.W.(Jim) BUDD Sr.  885-3397  DEBORAH MEALIA  886-8771  J.H.(Jim) BUDD Jr.  886-8771  Province of Ministry of  British Columbia Transportation &  Highways  Notice of Public Meeting  A Public Meeting will be held to introduce a new Sign Program to  assist motorists in locating tourist services, facilities and attractions. This meeting will be of interest to business owners and  operators in the hospitality industry.  Sechelt Royal Canadian Legion  Branch #140  Thursday, March 23,1989  1:00 p.m.  Ministry Representatives will be  available to answer your questions.  Coffee will be served.  1  r --- ���-  1  MoslerCarc  ���  -. __���_  1  EASTER  SHOPPING  PARTY  Sunnycrest Mall  886-9413  PICK  ADDITIONAL  SAVINGS  ON YOUR PURCHASE  COME IN AND  JOIN IN THE FUN  f  * Coast News, March 13,1989  9.  *m  r**R  tis  by Penny Fuller  Residents of Area F are planning to organize the old  fashioned way to get out their  side of the restructuring story.  Last week's meeting of the area  planning committee (APQ was  attended by approximately 30  people.  They agreed an information  campaign is necessary to fight  the proposed restructuring of  the Town of Gibsons boundaries to include Area F and  Area E.  Those attending told regional  director John Shaske that the  old fashioned telephone tree  was the most effective and inexpensive way to get the information out to residents in the area.  In addition, the information  will be mailed out to area property owners who live off the  Sunshine Coast. A bank account has been set up to cover  the expense of copying and  distributing information.  An ad has been running in a  local newspaper asking for donations to cover costs.  Several people attending the  meeting expressed frustration at  the bias they believed to be colouring all the information  released to the public about the  proposed restructuring. One  member of the audience asked  Area E director Jim Gurney,  who was at the meeting, to state  clearly five positive aspects of  restructuring and the five  negative aspects.  "First of all," Gurney  replied, "I'll try to tell you  what's positive about restructuring. You'll hear this from the  other side.  "They'll tell you that you'll  be better represented. And I  suppose there' is a case to be  made.  "Part of being a larger  municipality, you carry more  clout with Victoria. You have  more resources at your disposal.  If you were just a bunch of  squatters in the wilderness, that  would be a valid point." said  Gurney. "But as former deputy  minister of municipal affairs,  Cliff Woodward, pointed out  several years ago, the Sunshine  Coast Regional District is just  like a district municipality..."  Gurney also told the meeting  that apiece of legislation in  front 6f the government' "at the  moment gives regional districts  more autonomy than they've  had to date, almost the same  status as municipalities.  There is also the case rnade in  the "restructuring report that  taxes will go down, Gurney  said. But they pointed out that  in Sechelt the taxes went down  the first year, only to rise again  in the second year back to the  level they had been in the village  before restructuring, and above  the level they'd been in the  restructured areas.  "Bigger government means  higher taxes," he said.  "Another case that proponents of restructuring will  make is that you have a better  form of representation by an  overall elected council." But  again Gurney countered the  point himself.  "With the new form of elections that you're going to have  next year, where everybody on  council will be elected at once.  That means a person can come  in sixth and still be on council.  "But if you're elected by  ward, you have to come in first.  There's only one winner," said  Gurney.  Shaske was asted to hold  another APC meeting in two  weeks to further organize the in-  Dedicate  memorial  A memorial record of  seafarers and their families  whoseashes are scattered at The  Mariners' Rest in Howe Sound  was dedicated by Archbishop  D!W. Hambridge during the  annual general meeting of the  -Missions   to   Seamen.  Mariners' Rest is a tiny islet  situated in Thornborough  Channel off the west coast of  Gambier Island. Through the  efforts of Captain William  York Higgs of Gibsons, it was  consecrated in 1979.  It thus became the only official sea burial marker in the  waters of B.C. to be sanctioned  by the government.  Mariners' Rest comes under  the custodianship and administration of the Canadian  Merchant Service Guild  (GMSG). Information pertain-  injg to arrangements for the  holding of services and the scattering of ashes of those who  wish to be committed to the sea  may be made by contacting the  CMSG in Vancouver.  formation campaign and to bring residents up to date on what  is happening regarding restructuring. Further, he was instructed to ask MLA Harold  Long to attend the meeting or,  if the date is inconvenient, a  future meeting.  The residents also sent a request to the regional district,  through Shaske, that the  ministry of the attorney general  be approached regarding the  structuring of any vote held on  the issue. Those attending the  meeting want the votes cast in  each area to determine whether  or not that area will be part of  the   restructured   district  municipality.  The alternative, which they  fear, would be that all votes cast  in all areas are counted  together,   with   a   50  percent  overall 'yes' vote competing all  areas to become part of the new  municipal district.  Shaske agreed to take their  request to last Thursday's  meeting of the SCRD.  are growing-  in partnership with the community  More rural Canadians are enjoying increased access to postal products and services  through retail postal outlets in their communities. This is happening in partnership with  hundreds of local businesses right across the country, in a variety of ways.  Mere are some examples  of how we are exi  In Whistler, British Columbia. Two new retail postal outlets, operated by local  businesses, have opened this year. The new outlets complement the services offered at the  Whistler corporate post office. They are the first step to improved service in this rapidly-  developing community.  'The response from the customers has been fantastic. It's working out well.  - Harry McKeever, Operator, Retail Outlet, McKeever's General Store  In Rose Bay, Nova Scotia. We have another link in Canada Post Corporation's  growing network of postal outlets. This time in a community where for two years, retail  service was not provided through a corporate outlet. Retail postal service is now provided in  partnership with a local business.  "I feel that the postal outlet here is a great step in the right direction  toservicethe peopleintfaearea."  - Sam Emmons, President, Rose Bay area Board of Trade  In $te-Felicite-de-l'Islet, Quebec. A retail postal oudet is now offering postal  services and products in a community where no post office existed before.  "In addition to the services provided by a retail postal outlet established  in a local business, we now have the benefit of our own postal code."  -Jean-Paul Pellerin, Mayor, Municipality of Ste-Felicite-de-1'Islet  In Lewvatlj Saskatchewan. A retail postal outlet is now open to serve customers.  The outlet provides customers with access to postal products and services. These services  have not been available locally for four years.  'The retail postal outlet in the Co-op convenience store is a good arrangement  - they support each other and it provides all the necessary postal services.  - Larry Davis, Councillor, Rural Municipality of Wellington, Saskatchewan  99  99  '&* V &\      ,Y v %Y Y   >"  Local businesses are benefiting from increased customer traffic. It means a better and  stronger business base for the community. We are building local partnerships with the community and business, to provide Canadians with reliable, accessible and affordable postal  service.  Canada Post is in rural Canada to stay.  That's a promise.  CANADA POST CORPORATION  Our commitment: better service for you.  fV  ����__ _**___!!��**���*  ���&���  ���-; j~r. ^rr^js+emt 4__tiH_^^��!P^2JSc__K_s_l;  h  ^ft^*2��j��^*0?^f5^;  ??M_a_ 10.  Coast.News, March 13,1989  ^IfiiieliiSSiiliiill  by Larry Grafton  Receiving Red Cross blood donor awards at the clinic. March 28 (Tuesday) from 2 pm to 8 pm are two  long-time donors. Shown 0eft to right) are clinic co-ordinator Sally Mathiesen; 50-time donor John  Saunders; 35-time donor Cris Beach; and Vivian Tepoorten. ��� Vera Elliott photo  Sechelt    Scenario  Business Women's  dinner March 21  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  The Sunshine Coast Business  and Professional Womens'  Club is holding its monthly dinner meeting at Pebbles  Restaurant on Tuesday, March  21 at 6 pm.  Special guest speaker is  Sharon Sawchuk, coordinator  of Community Futures. For  more information, phone Francis at 885-4725.  A coming event is on April 16  at 1 pm at Rockwood Lodge, a  mini-conference: 'Surviving on  Your Own'. More information  to follow.  BAKE SALE  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  women are holding a bake sale  on Thursday, March 16 at 9:30  am in Trail Bay Mall. The baking skills of these ladies are  legendary, so this might be a  good time to stock up on those  Easter goodies.  There's   nothing   quite   like  good home-baking to warm the  heart.  WORKSHOPS  This is your last chance to  register for a weekend of poetry  with John Pass and Teresa  Kishkan. Two days of intense  workshops and poetry will be  held at Rockwood Lodge on  March 25 and 26.  For more information please  call 885-9631. There will also be  a romance writing workshop  held at the end of April. More  information on this nearer the  time.  ST. PATRICK'S DANCE  The Sechelt Legion is having  a dance on Friday, March 17  and also on March 18. It will be  held in the lounge.  The band is the Sunshine  Ramblers, starring Russ Clark.  It starts at 9 pm. Admission is  free, so dig out your bit of  shamrock and come on down.  CHATELECH GRADS  To raise funds for the dry  grad, the students are having an  Air Band on March 16 in  Chatelech gym at 7 pm. Admission: over 12 years, $2; over 5  years, $1; under 5, free. The  students send this message to  you:  Chatelech   Secondary   School  Airborne '89.  Stringed   instruments?    Who  needs 'em.  We play the air, and the synchronics'ty of our lips is precise.  We will lift those judges right  off their feet, and the audience,  they'll be glued to their seat.  And just who will this audience  be? Of course it's you, the community.  To see this battle of the bands,  You have to come and clap your  hands.  If you were one of the first  group of seniors to purchase  raffle tickets on the burl mantle  clock, which will be drawn at  the Senior's Picnic on August  10, please check your stubs.  Due to a packaging error, there  were 10 or 15 stubs with your  name and telephone number on  which should obviously be in  the barrel for the draw.  The error was quickly rectified but those few ticket stubs  did sneak through.  Virginia Ekdahl (885-3584)  will be able to rectify the situation.  TIME OF YOUR LIFE SHOW  The 'Time of your Life' show  will be held in Vancouver on  April 7 to 9. May Widman is arranging a bus trip on April 8 for  our seniors to attend.  The bus will leave the Royal  Bank in Sechelt in time to catch  the 10:30 boat. Return is  scheduled for the 5:30 boat out  of Horseshoe Bay.  Being a Saturday the cost of  $16.50 includes your ferry fare.  Admission to the show is $5 per  person.  Further details will be in the  Vancouver papers as the event  draws near.  VICTORIA TRIP  As I go to press there are six  seats available on a bus trip to  Victoria, leaving the Royal  Bank in Sechelt in time to catch  the 8:30 boat on April 17. It is a  three-day trip, returning home  via a sightseeing route through  Nanaimo on the evening of  April 19.  Cost of the trip is $95 per person, double occupancy. Accommodation has been arranged at  the Embassy in Victoria.  Further details and reservations may be had by phoning  May Widman at 885-5200.  POM POMS  Having a party? Having a  wedding? Or maybe just want  to brighten up with a. little  decoration!  Then investigate our Seniors  Branch 69 pom poms. Each individual pom pom is hand-tied  with fine copper wire, cut, fluffed and meticulously hand-  trimmed by our crafty craft  ladies to make a very attractive  ornament.  sought  An array of nine colours is  available at a cost of 15 cents  each or $15 per hundred. Further information may be had by  contacting either Mona  Osborne at 885-9392 or Sam  Shore at 885-3227.  BIG BROTHER  Ron Breadner is interested in  having established a 'Big  Brother' organization here on  the Sunshine Coast. If you have  the time and expertise to participate, you may obtain further  information by phoning Nancy  Baker (885-5881) at the  Volunteer Action Centre.  Wm  m  IP  3.  in  ri-  Celebrate St. Paddy's  with a Gift of the Green!  Come see us  for that  St. Paddy  green carnation  arrangement.  Ann Lynn Flowers  5654 Dolphin St., Sechelt  885-5801        885-9455  Business counselling available in Sechelt  Regional economic officers  are coming to the Sechelt area in  April to meet personally with  business people who want to  start a new business or expand  an existing one.  The visits are part of govern-  ment's regional economic  development program in the  mainland southwest region.  "Our regional economic officers will be looking for viable  small business propositions that  can be assisted by programs  such as the regional seed capital  loan guarantee program," explained regional development  minister Elwood Veitch,  minister of state for the  mainland southwest region.  "New businesses mean more  employment opportunities in  our smaller communities."  The economic officers will be  available, for one-on-one  meetings in Sechelt on April 4  Sechelt blood donor clinid  -PASTIMES  ALL  MODELS  20%  OFF  Thurs., Fri., Sat.  March 16, 17 & 18  V/V TOY STORE-/1  Next to Talewind Books, Sechelt 885-9309  The Red Cross will be conducting a blood donor clinic at  the legion in Sechelt on March  28 from 2 to 8 pm.  Vivian Tepoorten, with the  help of Sally Mathieson, will be  clinic coordinator this year.  They take over from Charlene  Raines who held the post for  over 20 years.  In acknowledgement of her  service, the Red Cross will be  presenting Raines with a certificate of appreciation.  Recognition will also be given  to long time blood donors Chris  Beach and John Saunders. They  have donated 35 and 50 pints  respectively.  Tepoorten says all the work  of organizing the clinic is done  by volunteers. Sechelt Branch  140 of the legion donates the  hall. The Ladies Auxiliary provides cookies and juice.  For many years Ivan Smith  has been responsible for publicity in Sechelt and Pender Harbour. Terry Raines has looked  after the Gibsons, Port Mellon  and Roberts Creek areas.  All the work of phoning the  450 past donors is done by the  hospital auxiliary ladies of Halfmoon Bay, Sechelt, Gibsons  and Roberts Creek. On the day  of the clinic about 20 volunteer  nurses, retired nurses and  hospital auxiliary members provide staffing.  This year the goal is over 200  pints, so the group is looking  for new donors. No appointment is necessary.  For further information,  telephone 885^508.  and 5.  Mackenzie MLA Harold  Long said, "This is an excellent  opportunity for Sechelt business  people to explore their ideas."  He added that the officers are  particularly interested in explaining the benefits of the  regional seed capital guarantee  program.  This $50 million province-  wide program encourages  banks, credit unions and trust  .companies to make higher risk  loans to small businesses and  entrepreneurs. It offers  guarantees of up to 75 per cent  of a business loan to a maximum guarantee of $50,000.  Information on the program,  which is administered within  each of B.C.'s eight regions by  ministers of state, is available  from local government agents,  the minister of state's office in  New Westminster at 660-9878,  or the B.C. Enterprise Centre  toll free at 1-800-972-2255.  Mickey Mouse T-Shirts  (Size 12 mo. - Size 16)  Mickey Mouse Socks and  Mickey Mouse Plush Dolls  We also have  Mickey Mouse Hats,  Suspenders,  Party Goods  & Placemats  Zippers  Trail Bay Centre Mall, Sochclt  885-5255  Come In  And See Our.  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They are having a work party at  Connor Park to set up the new  play park for the kids which will  be officially opened at noon on  Easter Sunday, March 26, just  prior to the Easter Egg Hunt.  There will also be a decorated  wheel contest, so get busy and  help the kids make pretty wheels  on their bikes or whatever.  For   information   regarding  the   work   party,   please  call  885-3330.  ST. PAT'S NIGHT  If you want to make sure of a  place at the table on March 18  at Welcome Beach Hall you'd  do well to make your reservations right now. The deadline  for booking is this Wednesday  so that the ladies who are doing  the cooking may know the  number for whom they are  catering.  For new people^in the area,  young arid old, this is a great  ppportunity to meet with  friends and neighbours and you  can be sure of a warm welcome.  Call Mildred at 885-5249 or  Barbara at 885-9860.  AREA'B'PLANS  fj There was a meeting at  Cooper's Green Hall last Tuesday where the Area 'B' Plan  was discussed. A presentation  of slides helped identify the  iyarious locations in the area.  For those who could not attend and who are interested in  proposals for the future in Halfmoon Bay, you may borrow a  copy of the plans from the  SCRD office in Sechelt. It is the  result of a comprehensive study  of the terrain and appears to indicate awareness of the all-  important environment considerations.  Whether we like it or not,  there is bound to be much more  development in the Halfmoon  Bay area. But the citizens are  good watchdogs and will no  doubt express their concerns  and protests should some  changes be objected to. That's  what democracy is all about.  THANKS JUDY  A special thanks to Judy Gill  of Redrooffs from the members  of the Suncoast Writers' Forge  who attended her workshop on  submitting manuscripts for  publication. Judy is a very successful writer of romances and  is generous in her willingness to  help aspiring writers.  Judy will be at Rockwood  Lodge on April 28, 29 and 30  giving a three day workshop for  romance writers.  Judy is one of three, of  Western Canada's top romance  writers who will be in attendance, the other two being  Moyra Tarling and Kathy  Garner.  Further information is  available by calling the Festival  of the Written Arts number at  MS self-help group forms  by Ellen Frith  y The first meeting of a new  self-help group for multiple  sclerosis (MS) sufferers and  their families and friends will be  Held at the Sechelt Health Centre, 5571 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt,  On March 14.  $ There are no statistics  available on how many MS sufferers there are on the Sunshine  Coast. But Becky Beaton,  physiotherapist at the Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit, is optimistic this new self-help group  |dll be able to help a number of  I>eopleT~  j The primary cause for MS  has not yet been determined.  But it is the most common  disease of the central nervous  system to affect young adults.  MS interferes with the insulation surrounding the nerve  fibres in the brain and spinal  cord. It causes interruption in  nerve impulse transmission.  For some, MS follows a  course of a series of attacks  followed by partial or complete  recovery throughout their lives.  Others may have one or two attacks and then be symptom free  for the rest of their lives. Others  suffer a slow progression with  no remissions at all.  Group support when dealing  with MS or any other similar  long-term health condition can  be extremely beneficial. The  CGHU hopes this new MS self-  help group will prove to be so.  Seek hearing unit  Efforts are being made to obtain another auditory unit for  the Coast/Garibaldi Health Unit, Dr. Ray Marsh, Medical  Health Officer, told the CGHU board meeting March 9.  The present auditory unit is in Powell River. Any mention of moving it to a more central position is met by solid  resistance from the inhabitants of that area.  Dr. Marsh said a Gibsons location for the auditory department would not necessarily benefit those patients in the  Squamish and Whistler areas of the health unit. They would  probably still continue using North Vancouver facilities  rather than travelling to Gibsons by ferry.  If an old auditory unit with equipment can be found and  resurrected, Dr. Marsh said, it would be positioned around  Squamish.        ������      \  30��/  OFF SELECTED  O   SPRING FABRICS  J_v_v>_1  Patterns  V2 Price  When you  purchase  the fabric  for the  pattern  Odd Balls  of Yarn  SELECTED  QUILTED  COTTONS  307<  o  OFF  99<  each  *   Register Now for 'Fabric Band Box' classes *  &r Sew ��&44f,  ^  Trail Bay Centre Mafl, Sechelt  885-2725  B1-W1BB  ark play area  <ilj ^ "SyfL.  ? * * Y?*V   % ^' ^'Y" * '  885-9631, or you can pick up a  brochure at the Coast News office in Sechelt.  HEART FUND  The '89 Heart Fund has come  to an end. Thanks are expressed  to all the donors who made it a  success.  Canvassers were unable to  cover all of the Halfmoon Bay  area. If you wish to donate,  please call Fay at 885-3575.  UNDER THE YELLOW AWNING COWRIE ST. 885-7767  Chamber dinner  Sergeant Bill Harkema of Crimestoppers will be addressing  the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce members and -  guests during the forthcoming dinner meeting on Tuesday,  March 21.  The meeting will be held at the Parthenon Restaurant with  no host bar commencing at .6 pm and dinner at 7 pm.  Reservations and tickets at $14 are available through the  chamber office or by calling the office at 885-3100.  All members are urged to attend. Programs, such as  Crimestoppers, which benefit our community certainly  deserve support. \  Piping Hot Soup  Hearty Sandwiches  and Tasty Muffins  (inquire about our  Sandwich Club)  Pizza  2 / $5"  We make it  You bake it  7" Pizza  WE HAVE BULK  EASTER CANDY  Thurs. is SENIORS* DAY  10% OFF Regular Prices  Club - Group Discounts  Our Spring & Summer  Catalogue is Here!  Pick Yours up at the Store  and Take Advantage of These Extra Special Values!  MACLEODS  THE HAJUnwUl. STORE-  Men's Jeans  17"  _���   __r-rr  "Rodeo Rambler" Blue jean*. Bool  cut Men's sizes 30-40. kimjiwws  0��rlta�����_i  ��� II  WITH THIS COUPON  MACLEODS  I   TKT HAfUnWKI STORC ���  WITH THIS COUPON  !���=  MACLEODS  ������ TWT KJUUn��JUU; STORE  SPECIAL  VALUE  WITH THIS COUPON      ,  MACLEODS  [��� rut kuuumauu store -. J  SPECIAL  VALUE  IB  WITH THIS COUPON  MACLEODS  rue HAAUWJUu srnm  SAVE  SO00  Wl TH THIS COUPON  MACLEODS  TMr KJUUJWARE STOSf   Y  SAVE  40����  WITH THIS COUPON  MACLEODS  MACLEODS  Cowrie St., Sechelt 885-2171  ^*^^_^ri-.a?\^-?���-��*>'���'���'->r��- ������*��������*"���,  ->*_."(���*���-!-*���.'  ���,fe___l )gpiMp,WW,wqy?Jf-'j.f?  * -���     *��� ��>    ^~    ^   "-^.-..J~-��- ������- *���(**������'.'.'.V'-",*"^ ?i':;-V-"'  12.  Coast News, March 13,1989  Continued from page 1  through business advice arid investment funds," Siddon said.  "The self-employment incentive option allows unemployed  workers to test new business  ideas. Grants in the form of  allowances in lieu of unemployment insurance or social  assistance benefits can be provided for up to one year so they  can establish new businesses,"  Siddon added.  Community Futures is geared  to helping workers in communities which have serious  economic problems but show  potential for growth.  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District was selected for Community Futures support in  January 1987. The committee,  chaired by McKinnon, chose the  Business Development Centre  and self-employment incentive  options as the best suited to the  community's needs.  If you own a commercial vessel, including a fishing  vessel, 20 metres (65 feet) or more in length, please  make sure that you're on our wavelength: 406 MHz.  The 406 MHz Emergency Position Indicating Radio  Beacon (EPIRB), a technological innovation that  could save your life, is the fastest and most  precise location device    i on the market.  When activated in ah emergency, the 406 MHz EPIRB  emits a specially coded signal allowing us to pinpoint  your location at sea within a range of two kilometres.  In addition, this signal allows us to identify your  vessel - thanks to the registration card you filed with  us when you got your EPIRB. We'll knowthe type of  .vessel we're looking;for, as well as the number of  crew members.  begin to implement the appropriate rescue procedure.  Remember: All Canadian commercial vessels over  20 metres (65 feet) in length must conform to the new  regulation by having a 406 MHz EPIRB on board by  May 31st, 1989*.        -  [For information on how to acquire and register an  EPIRB as soon as possible, please contact your  nearest Canadian Coast Guard office.    '. :  Vessels ikiw ram ins <m KI'IRB ra simil.iT apitittahts ii|��'t;iliHS ����tlu' (rwiuemy  121.5 MHz and ir.\ MhV. me ewm\ii fmin rarryini; Hie Imi MHz KI'IRB fur (tiiir iiurv  More & More Lower Mainland People are Buyihg~af DeVRIES Because DeVRIES'  . Volume Dealing Means.Low Prices & Top Value for you  ROLLING OUT MORE FOR YOUR MONEY  VA.-^iV  '.IVVVV*' AV  aM--MnB_HB--BH--n  J*  "a*  V'V 'V*��  , ���>��->���.  t  i  f  f  M^M^iwm:  id In the second week of the 16th Annual'Sunshine Coast Music  Festival last week Jackie Hunter on flute is accompanied by music  teacher Jean Pierre Le Blanc in solo performance; ���Vera Elliott photo  Health uriit wants  notie^^bf dumping  by Ellen Frith  Concerns about being the  'last to know' when it came to  waste dumping in Howe Sound  were discussed at the Coast-  Garibaldi Health Unit (CGHU)  board meeting in Gibsons on  March 9Y  Citing the February 5 dumping of a bargeload of dredge  spoil containing the metallic element cadmium from Port  Moody into Thornborough  Channel, as an example for  their concerns, the board moved  to support the recent resolution  from the 35th annual general  meeting of the Associated  Boards of Health of B.C. held  last September in Whistler.    ,  That resolution stated .. the  prbvincial government be requested to instruct the ministry  of environment to notify and  supply details of any applications for dump permits to the  appropriate boards of health  when one is applied for within a  board's jurisdiction, and that  the board be then notified of the  outcome of the application.  "We would feel very much  better if we were informed  before any dumping was carried  out," said Dr. Ray Marsh,  medical health officer of the  CGHU. He found out about  the February 5 dumping from  the Vancouver Sun.  The cadmium content of  Howe Sound is higher, naturally, than that which was found in  the dredge spoil from Port  Moody and below acceptable  guidelines, which is why Environment Canada approved  the dumping of the waste where  it did.  Cadmium resembles zinc in  its chemical properties. It is obtained principally as a byproduct of the smelting and  refining of ores of zinc, lead  and copper. ,  The February 5 bargeload  was the first'of its kind ever sent  from the Vancouver Harbour  area to Howe Sound. The usual  designated dumping ground for  such waste is Point Grey.  This time, however, it was  felt that because the traces of  natural cadmium in Point Grey  are low (due to the influence of  the'Fraser River), the barge  from Port Moody would be  dumped in Howe Sound.  Although Dr. Marsh  acknowledges there was probably a 'zero chance of a health  problem', Hal Nelson, program  officer for ocean dumping, Environment Canada, admits the  dumping was a very unpopular  move.  "The levels of cadmium in  the bargeload (only one tenth  (1000 cubic metres) of which  was dumped in Howe Sound)  were very low," Nelson said.  But the recent fishery closure in  Howe Sound dne to dioxin  scares made it unpopular.  Applications for waste dumping permits are sent for approval to Environment Canada.  The provincial waste management office is notified of each  application and asked to comment, but all technical reviewing  and analytical work is done by  the federal agency.  There is no mechanism yet set  up for any serious input by local  councils or health units on these  applications.  "There are numerous opportunities for the union boards of  health to have input into a proposed waste management  discharge," the resolutions  from the annual general  meeting of the Associated  Boards of Health of B.C. states.  The CGHU would welcome  such opportunities.  "I would like some  mechanism set up so we are informed reliably before time,"  Dr. Marsh said.  But he also feels waste dumping is a much larger issue than  just a local problem.  Robert Weston, chief public  health inspector in Gibsons,  could not comment specifically  on the possible dangers of the  cadmium dumping.  "1 am not a toxicolbgist," he  said. "We're really at the mercy  of the other agencies."  Capilano Services  tgkes over highway  by Penny Fuller  The contract was signed on  March 1, and Tuesday MLA  Harold Long officially turned  over the care and construction  of highways on the Sunshine  Coast to Capilano Services.  Negotiations have been  drawn out over the last six months. Capilano president Barry  Drummohd told employees at  the ceremony he was aware of  the stress1 they've been under,  wondering about their job  status.  "I'm looking forward to  building a climate of commitment and teamwork that will  lead to greater productivity and  efficiency in providing road service," he said. He also assured  those attending that his company will: be retaining all the  current full time employees.  Dnnnrrtond has been building highways since the early  1960s. Winning the contract for  highway services first in North  Vancouver and now on the Sunshine Coast will allow him to  settle down in this area and  focus on providing an even  higher standard of service for  these areas, he told the assembled group.  Capilano Services will now  handle an area from^-Pbwell  River and Texada Island to  Duffy Lake and on the North  Shore as far as the Second Narrows Bridge.  Later, in an interview with  the Coast News, Drummond  said he hopes to be able to keep  auxiliary staff working year  round with outside contracts.  He also expects to be using the  services of local contractors in a  lot of the work. _���T _     ,  "My work as head guy," he  said, "is to bring in the work  and to build a team."  Drummohd   says   his   ap-  Please turn to page 21  ic raps Socreds  by FJlen Frith Y��  Environmental critic for the  New Democratic Party, MLA -  John   Cishore   (Maillard-  ville/Coquitlam), elidted an enthusiastic response from his au ���_  dience on March 7 when he addressed   the   NDP   Club   in  Sechelt.  As the club's guest speaker  and 'buddy' MLA for the Sun��� (  shine Coast region, CiasnoreYa^y  United.Church minister, sever^Y'  ly criticized the present provihr??3  cial^ gowrnment's record ori ��i��$  -yironmental issues especially in  the light of the growing  ���awareness of the worldwide  problems of ocean pollution  and the greenhouse effect.  "We have to ask ourselves,"  Cashore said, "what kind of  world, on a global basis, are we  going to hand over to our  grandchildren.  "Circumstances around the  wjorld syrewriting .the agenda,"  hgsaid. .,.  ^:K Although: Cashpre adftiifted  he was preaching to trie?c6n-  yerted when adcu^ssing|tthe40  members of the NDP Club present on March 7, he said that  recently there was a much  broader based concern about  the environment growing. More  and more people were approaching him and other politicians about environmental  issues, he said.  Cashore outlined the NDP's  program of sustainable development as an alternative for  British Columbians. He mentioned the 20 private member's  bills dealing with resource  management, job creation and  environment protection that will  be introduced by the NDP in  the coming session in Victoria.  Briefly, the thrust of sustainable development is that  significant changes in the pattern of economic activity are  necessary to halt the steady  degradation of. the environment  which sustains both economic  activity and life itself, he said.  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Features  such as rear anti-lock brakes, impact resistant headlights, re-designed dashboard with  column-shift automatic. Choose from the  Based on an average of owner-reported problems in a series of surveys of '81-'88  models designed and built in North  America, THE BEST BUILT TRUCKS  ARE FORD!  ��� Based on R.L. Polk data calendar year to date. Sept. 1988.  ���  SO'v ifT-Y OffHt^s yfor  C'.Y'     '���������  t��� <fp-fi.nip. se'vi.ce Gv:a*-v1'fr y  'f YYaVyyt;  yy /..������'/-  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  MDL5936  Vancouver Toll Free   684-2911  885-3281  .r  x ���  fc-t�� w* c^aTxrryJtfatZ'-j  ^E^i__i 14.  Coast News, March 13,1989  by Peter Trower  Eager to display their talents on March 21-22 on the stage at Roberts Creek Drama Club are these  students (and friend) Dallas Finnigan, Dana Carpenter, Ben Tveter, Meegan McGillivray, Rob McNea,  Amanda Denley, Chandra Juhasz and Zucci Krangle. ���Vera Elliott photo  Roberts Creek drama gone to the clogs?  The following day Herb purchases several sheets of heavy  cardboard, laths, paint, brushes  and other materials. Working  from photographs of an identical model, he and Helen set  about duplicating the Kroger  safe down to the smallest detail,  hinges, gold lettering and all.  It can easily be taken apart or  put together; When they finish,  they survey their handiwork  with some pride.  Under casual scrutiny the  cardboard replica is- indistinguishable from the real article.  Pleased with his ingenuity,  Herb calls a meeting of the  gang. That night the mob converges on the Wilson domicile.  "What's that?" growls Joe  Bertsch, gesturing at the  spurious safe with his ubiquitous gold toothpick.  "This little piece of goods,"  Herb says calmly, "is our ticket  to more money than you've  seen in some time." He goes on  to explain exactly what he has in  mind.  "Sounds jake to me," says  Cox after mulling it over. One  by one the others nod their assent.  Only cynical Bertsch remains  unconvinced. "It's a big gamble, if you want my opinion,"  he grunts.  "This entire business is based  on big gambles," Herb counters. "Now I think we ought to  aim for this coming Sunday  night."  Despite his air of unshakeable  confidence, largely assumed for  the gang's benefit, Herb is racked with secret apprehensions.  There is no guarantee whatsoever that his audacious  scheme will work.  Everything depends on split-  second timing. There are many  variables to consider.  By the time the night of the  Kroger hit rolls around, it has  been decided Herb, Lou, Doc  Redding and Cox will constitute  the attack team. Joe Bertsch,  still very dubious about the  whole operation, has elected to  stand point outside with the  alarm buzzer.  "No way you're getting me  inside that bloody store." he  says flatly. Y        .  To be contained".  I  by Rufus Cohen  The dog-eared scripts of  Roberts Creek School Drama  Club members will be shelved  March 21 for the grand opening  of a locally written musical titled none other than 'Dogs'.  Directed by Barry Krangle  and Michelle Hrkac, 'Dogs' un  covers some of the trials and  tribulations common to Roberts  Creek mutts and their loving  community. With an interesting  array of musical compliments  of the latest canine sensation,  'Hackles' (formerly Used Guys  and Dalgleish), 'Dogs' howls its  way through two acts of song,  dance and dogma.  'Dogs' plays on March 21  and 22 at Roberts Creek  Elementary School. Curtains  rise at 8 pm. Tickets are  available at Seaview Market or  Roberts Creek school at $2.50.  "You can have your city living, your high-heeled hype, I'd  rather be a Creeker, I'm the  gumboof type."  On the arts beat  .Y 'Images and Objects' is sponsored annually by the Assembly  yof B.C. Arts Councils. A pro-  'vincial exhibition (this year in  ���Chilliwack in May) is always  preceded by regional qualifying  exhibitions, held at the Arts  Centre Sunday.  This year many of the works  not accepted for the provincial  show are being displayed at the  Arts Centre with the accepted  ones. It will be obvious that  juror Landon Mackenzie's deci-  Sunday Special  Dim Sum  and come in to the grocery for great  prices on super fresh vegetables.  Seaview Garden & Grocery  Gibsons Phone 886B219  sions must have been difficult,  there being little reason to  choose between many of the  submissions had it not been for  the quota of 20 maximum  allowed.  The display includes  photographs, low relief carving,  pottery, painting and collage*  Both familiar artists and some  newer faces are to be seen: Vera  Elliott, Bill Rogers, Marilyn  Rutledge, Noreen Marshall, Bill  Perry, Enid Goodman, Trudy  Small, Katie Janyk, Neejatsay,  Ene Falkenburg, M.C. Dixon,  Wendy Simmonds, Ada Priest,  Beryl Pandit, Belinda MacLeod, Anne Gurney, David  Burns arid Ursula Fritsch all  have work going to the proVin-  Jack & Jill Playschool  OPEN HOUSE  FALL REGISTRATION (1989/1990)  March 18, 10am - 1pm  (For Info Call 886-2251 After 6pm)  rial show.  You may see these pieces and  others which will not be going  to Chilliwack during gallery  hours which are Wednesday to  Saturday 11 to 4 and Sunday 1  to 4.  YOUNG PEOPLE'S EX.  Each year the Arts Centre  showcases   the   work   of  the  younger artists in our community.  This is the show  which  > follows the Images and Objects.  \ Most of the work included  will come  from  schools  but  space is put aside each year for  the work of children who are  home schooled of who make art  at home. Children wishing to  have their work in.the show cap ,  bring  it to they Arts   ~  (labelled on the back withnameY^**  and age) on March, 17, 18 qrT9 -.0. \  during gallery hours. -Y  March 17th  IS  St. Patrick's  Day  at  Restaurant  Entertainment  & Buffet  $20oo  sPer Person  Happy Hour  6 pm to 7 pm ,  Dinner  From 7 pm.  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Overlooking Vancouver's English Bay  i  \  \  i  \  \  !  i  The Cambridge Buskers  amazed and delighted a full  house audience when they gave  a concert at the Twilight  Theatre last Monday evening.  Michael Copley with his  assortment of flutes, piccolos,  recorders, ocarinas and many  more such instruments blended  beautifully with Dag Ingram's  $10 accordion.  The pair 'Did' a whole reper- ��  toire of classical music". But it  was their lack of seriousness  which so appealed to the'audience. \  Their opening rendition of^  the Overture to the Barber of  Seville set the tone when some  Latin rhythms were thrown into  the piece. Both are very fine  musicians whose light-hearted  approach to the classics was  totally appealing.  Outstandingly funny was  their rendition of Wagner's  Ride of the Valkyries. This was  introduced with the description  of large ladies on horseback on  stage, followed by a frantic rendition of the music, then an aria  thrown in.  The 1812 Overture got it too,  complete with canons, fireworks, and even a few machine  gun blasts.  There was some impossible  fingering in their rendition of  Mendelssohn's violin concerto.  A suitably monotonous presentation of Ravel's Bolero, was introduced as having been written  for Bo Derrick!  Michael and Dag were  generous enough to respond to  four encores. One of them was  Handel's Hallelujah from the  Messiah in which the audience  enthusiastically joined.  1 ram ma  i Anniversary  with Present Owners  ��f  Billy Cowsill  will be here to help us celebrate,  Fri., Mar. 31 & Sat., Apr.  7:30 pm ��� 1:00 am  e  \**k  <sl  BFfrij "Super Beverage Specials" pjnfel  Daily Lunch Specials  kitchen Hours:  10am - 11pm  ��� i  8SS*3��-  Jhose Long Awaited lmportsr  Start Arriving April 1 st  German, French & Australian  Products Among Those Arriving!  On the Beach at U54 Gilford  681*9321  .T>J.JJJJJJJJiL��JJJJ.|>.>JJJJ  ���^ Gramma's Pub  %      PLP     At ThG Head ��f Th8 Wharf  Marine Drive    Gibsons Landing  SHOWERS ��� LAUNDRY ��� MOORAGE  Hours: --"��  9am - 11pm (Mon. ��� Sat.)  11am - 11pm (Sunday)  :<k_fMS?^  M  ���,.  < Coast News, March 13,1989  15.  I  Drum maker makes Sechelt  by Ellen Frith  For those who want to march  to the tune of a different drum,  a custom made instrument by  Danyo Braun of Sechelt would  probaby be just the thing.  Using deerskin and yellow  cedar, Braun makes hoop  drums which are as close to the  original Native West Coast Indian design as possible. When  struck slowly and evenly, they  produce a soothing low pitched  sound conducive to meditation.  "A drum is meant to represent the heart," Braun says.  Braun, 47 and wife Hana,  have taken over one of the old  forestry office buildings at  Wharf Street and Highway 101  in Sechelt. The bottom floor is  their workshop. They live in a  small apartment above.  After several years on Vancouver Island, Braun sees  Sechelt as a good place to live  for a while as he perfects the art  of drum making.  Braun is a fall, very blue-eyed  man originally from Grand  Prairie, Alberta, of Russian and  Cherokee descent. He has spent  his life as an artist, a carver and  a potter. He only recently began  to make hoop drums.  He just returned from a drum  making workshop in Bella  Coola. He is building up the  skills he needs for drum making  and is getting together the proper tools for the job.  "I'm not ready for a big production number yet," he says,  although he has made quite a  few drums so far.  Native drums are made in a  variety of ways across North  America from using simple  hollow logs to animal skulls.  Braun follows the West Coast  method as closely as possible. It  seems deceptively simple.  First deerskin is cleaned and  soaked in water. Then it's stretched while still wet over a hoop  of yellow cedar about 15 inches  in diameter and four inches  wide. Using leather thongs, the  skin is pulled as tight as possible  and secured to a slightly smaller  metal ring on the reverse side of  the drum.  In using a metal ring instead  of a willow one, or a ring of  thick rawhide, Braun admits to  diverting from the original Indian methods. But he says the  end result is the same.  The art of drum making, of  course, is to do everything just  right so that when such a drum  is struck evenly the rate of  vibration closely resembles  those of the heart. The idea is to  become one with the music,  e  Braun says.  Although the drums Braun  makes are decorative, especially  when painted, he isn't interested  in making them solely as wall  hangings.  "I would like people to  understand what a drum  means," Braun says. "It  represents the heart. When people live out of the heart, they  have respect for all things and  for mother earth. They don't  take their environment for  granted." }  The message of the drum is  obviously a good one.  Channel Eleven  Sechelt drum-maker, Danyo Braun, prepares a skin.   ���Hkn rath photo  Bowlsby tries out Holmes  by Rose Nicholson  Considering the number of  private eyes that populate the  who-done-it section of book  store shelves, I've .always found  it interesting that Sherlock  Holmes Surfaces so often in the  work of'jbthef authors.  I'm sure Conan Doyle, if he's  still paying attention, is  sometimes a bit disconcerted at  the qualities these newer writers  have given to the character he  created. ,Y.V  The most recent, variation,  Sherlock Holmes In: The  Hound of London is, the self-  published work of Craig  Bowlsby. His Sherlock Holmes  is a drug addict who is in love  with an actress.  Bowlsby's slim volume is a  collection of short stories, and  the title of the book is taken  from a play that was performed  in Burnaby in 1987.  Bowlsby is a good writer. His  stories lean to the bizarre, and  are not the sort of thing you will  find in the Saturday Evening  Post.  In 'Stuffed', a 12-year-old  boy gives his toy animals life  and the ability to feel pain.  They, in turn, fear him and try  to kill him so they can live.  In 'Remembrance Day', the  November 11 celebrations at a  school consist of a ritual execution of prisoners.  Bowlsby's language is spare  and effective. Some of the imagery is startling.  He describes one woman as  having "a face you could chop  wood with and she was sharpening it with various curses".  I'm looking forward to seeing  more of Bowlsby's work. Self-  publishing is a difficult way for  a new writer to go. But, this  book should be notice to regular  publishers that they would do  well to keep an eye on him.  Tuesday, March 14  7:00 PM  Shawn Vanstrepen on Hawks  Local wildlife photographer  Shawn Vanstrepen joins host  Doug Roy to show his photographs and talk about his study  of hawks. ���  7:45 PM  Insight on Education  with Clifford Smith  Superintendent   of  Schools  Clifford Smith hosts a monthly  program     on Coast Cable 11.  The topic of discussion is open  learning.   Panel  members  include   educators   Mary  Anne  Darney,   Jamie  Davison  and  Frances Fleming and reporter  and   former   teacher   Jim  McDowell.  Thursday, March 16  7:00 PM  'Live' Phone-in  School Board Speaks Out  Maureen Clayton takes the  host's chair for this month's  program      from the  school  board. Join Maureen and her  panel of parents and students  for this open phone discussion.  The topic is 'What are Schools  for?'  8:00 PM  Vegetarian Cooking  Shari Chamberlain and  Wilfred Schulenberg give us a  tantalizing look at vegetarian  cooking.  8:30 PM  The Two Notes  Steve White and Jack Inglis  are joined in the studio by Matt  Seward and Naura McCoppin  for their annual St. Patrick's  Day Special phone-in during the  show with a request.  This Community  Television Schedule  Courtesy of:���- ��� ��� ���*  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281    NEV^HONENUMBER88^9MyB8^9813  ROBERTS CREEK LEGION J  Branch 219 c.       ���_    ...      /    '/'           ��� ���=- Friendly Country Legion    ���    j�� ��� ���������  March 17 & 18  Live  From Cape Breton  STEVEN LL0V0 <*,,���,  Maritime Music  REGULAR SATURDAY NIGHT DINNER FROM 6 PM ON  No Negative?  No Problem!  We can copy your old black & white  ��� or colour photographs.  We'll give you a new negative and a print  for only $��.tt9  PHOTO W@RKS  Trail Bay Centre Mall  885-4447  GIBSONS LEGION  Branch #109  ��� ti|9����9i��999t9i9999  % m % 9 % ��� ? ?   ��> O  Renovations  Contrary to local rumours,  the Hunter Gallery is not closing its doors forever. It is closing its doors for extensive  renovations. The gallery will be  closed from March 12 until the  Grand Re-Opening on Thursday, March 23.  The gallery, which is located  in lower. Gibsons, is run by  volunteers to promote the work  of local artists and craftsper-  sons.  Cards, crafts, jewellery and  other unique reflections of local  Theatre  sports  by Candace Archer  Presenting 'Little Coffee  House of Humour' sponsored  by the Sunshine Coast Arts  Council.  This will be a fun filled evening full of theatresports and  possible stand-up comedians  and singers between sets from  the dramaf departments of  Elphinstone, Chatelech and  maybe Pender Harbour.  This event is at the Sunshine  Coast Arts Centre Saturday,  March 18. It begins at 8 pm.  Admission is $3 for adults  and $2 for sjudents. Tickets are  avajlablefrbm the Arts Centre,  Talewirid-Bpoks, Chatelech and  Elphinstone Drama departments. "  colour make the gallery an interesting place to browse.  Anyone interested in submitting new work to the selection  committee is invited to bring the  work to the gallery on March  16, 17 and 18 from 10 am to 2  pm.   St. Patrick's Party Friday  With The:  MB4J3ET  Fri. & Satw*  -March 17 & 1  ��*'���������������������  Open 8 pm - 2 am    Gibsons Landing       886-3336  ��� # eeeteeee*  Tooat oj the Comt  Omega Restaurant - 'Home of the Beachcombers'  It was a wet and miserable evening, so I decided to take my  two children and myself to dinner. Their favourite spot is the  Omega Restaurant in lower Gibsons. Good! It's still early  enough to enjoy the view of Gibsons Harbour.  As we were seated, from another table I heard the remark  * we love your bright, new decor'. The 'all new' Omega  Restaurant has been totally redone inside, with beautiful  flowers and greenery.  The Omega's warm, friendly atmosphere is very suitable  for family dining, but it is also a lovely restaurant for quiet,  intimate dining later. y  The special for the evening was Prawns in Garlic Butter for  $14.95. Sounds great but I decide to have their delicious  Caesar Salad, so also did my daughter. The salads were  prepared the way I like them^ crisp Romaine lettuce with lots  of sauce, croutons and bacon bits.  My son chose the children's half portion of Barbequed  Chicken and Spaghetti with Garlic Toast for $5.95. The  Omega always has a good selection of half portions for  children which is very much appreciated by parents.  Of course they wanted desert, although I don't known  where they put it. There was a choice of Double Chocolate  Cake, two kinds of Cheesecake etc. Cheesecake smothered in  strawberries and whipped cream was their selection. Mmmrn!  That finally filled them up.  The Omega has a full menu from all choices of EXCELLENT Pasta Dishes to tempting New York Steak. And  of course, don't forget their famous 'homemade' crust Pizzas, with any topping you care to have.  Our bill for the evening was under $30. Visit the Omega  Restaurant soon. You'll be sure to enjoy!  Average meal prices do not include liquor  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seats.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, the Omega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am -10  pm, Fri and Sat 11:30 am - 10:30 pm.  Seats 145.  SIGHT ON THE TOW\  Pronto's Restaurants Two locations  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include gai lie? bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four about $15-$20. Located at  Wharf Rd., Sechelt, 885-1919; and on  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical Clinic, Gibsons, 886*138.  Mariners' Restaurant - On the  waterfront with one of the most spectacular views in Gibsons, the Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with delicious daily specials. Marine  Drive, Gibsons Landing, 886-2334.  Lunch 11 am - 3 pm Dinner 5 pm - 10  pm. Closed Sundays & Mondays. 100  seats. V. M.C.  FAMILY DIN I KG;  Cornerstone Tea House -  Featuring traditional cream tea, by  reservation  only,   Saturdays   1-4 pm.  886-9261.  Ruby Lake Resort - Lovely view of  lake from Ruby Lake's post and beam  dining room and good highway access for  vehicles of all sizes. Breakfast served all  day. Lunch prices begin at $2.50, dinners  from $5.50 including salad bar. Smorgasbord Sunday nights includes 12 salads,  three hot meat dishes and two desserts,  $10.95 for adults, $5.50 for children  under 12. Tiny tots free. A great family  outing destination. Absolutely superb  prime rib every Friday night. Average  family dinner for four $20-25. Sunshine  Coast Hwy, Pender Harbour -883-2269.  Open 7 days a week, 7 am - 9 pm. 54  seats. V., MC. Breakfast, lunch and dinner.  fH KS  Cedar's Inn - Appetizers all day till 11  pm. Darts every Tues. Everyone  welcome. Cedar Plaza, Gibsons 886-8171.  Open 11 am - midnight, Sun-Thurs; 11  am - 1 am, Fri-Sat. 100 seats. V., MC.  Regular menu !1 am to 8:30 pm. .  4IY\ ?  l\Kt  Ol  1  Chkken Shack - Deep fried chicken,  pizza, hamburgers, salads. AH to go.  Cowrie St., Sechelt -885-7414. Video Rentals. Open 11 am - 9 pm, Mon-Thur; 11  am - 10 pm, Fri-Sat; noon - 9 pm. Sun.  Home delivery within 5 miles of store  after 4 p.m.  PAID ADVERTISEMENTS  I  '���"(  ���YMltflVi  V  _t_____i_a_e  _��ii__  i^m&Siia BSffifrttrere^^  s^^semm/Km^fvstv  ---��- -��g- j(y-::.*x.-.i.-j-.~i^ -vf "  16.  Coast News, March 13,1989  Chairperson Jane Sorko  Tuesday night formally  presented to Gibsons town  council the final report of her  restructuring committee. Her  report was as follows:  General Conclusion:  After 19 months of study, we  have unanimously concluded  that restructuring of the area  identified as Study Area 4 of the  Moore Report, titled 'A Report  on Local Government for the  West Howe        Sound  Community',   is   financially  feasible. We believe Study Area  4 should be considered as a  whole, without exclusion.  Primary Recommendations:  1. If a referendum is held, it  should be held in 1989 on a long  weekend, not later than Labour  Day, to facilitate non-resident  voter participation.  2. To achieve voter assent for  restructuring, and if it is legally  possible, the referendum should  require a majority approval by  the  residents  of the  present  Town of Gibsons and a majority approval by the residents of  the present electoral areas  known as Area E and Area F.  3. As it is of paramount importance to inform the affected  public of all pertinent information about this issue, many  public information hearings  should be scheduled prior to  holding a referendum.  Other Recommendations:.  The committee recommends  that council immediately:  1. Strike a committee to: continue discussions related to  restructuring, prepare for and  initiate negotiations with the  ministries involves, and prepare  a public information program.  2. Schedule a meeting with  the regional district board to  discuss this report, as the committee extended an invitation  but was unable to meet with this  group.  3. Advise the minister of  municipal affairs of the com  mittee's  report  and council's  decision.  The committee further  recommends that, prior .to a  referendum, council:  1. Evaluate road, highway,  ditch, bridge, etc. needs'  throughout the study area and  negotiate substantial grants for  the necessary upgrading with  the ministry of highways.  2. Negotiate, with the  ministry of highways, the  highway designations specified  on page 18 and in Appendix 3,  page 3 of the Moore Report, including that portion that runs  through the Chekwelp Indian  Reserve.  3. Negotiate with the ministry  of highways for the construction of feeder roads to the Gibsons bypass, when it is built.  4. Obtain an updated voters'  list for the Town of Gibsons,  Area E and Area F.  Finally, the committee  recommends that, if the referendum passes, council:  1. Retain and maintain the  integrity of existing community  plans, which are vital to the  residents of all areas.  2. Transfer all functions now  carried out by, the regional  district in Areas E and F to the  new municipality.  3. Participate in regional  district functions such as:  regional planning, economic  development, house numbering,  joint use of schools, regional  parks, the provincial emergency  program, and urban transit.  4. Build a strong, cohesive,  cost-efficient staffing component that is shared between the  regional district and the new  municipality.  5. Apply for the planning  grants that are available to new  municipalities.  6. Set aside the grants, identified by Mr. Moore as obtainable for road maintenance  and policing costs, in a reserve  fund because his budget does  Please turn to page 21  ���  /  0010  14 0440  TU 0915  1715  13.6  11.9  13.5  3.8  Date Time Ht. 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J  t  ICG LIQUID GAS  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliance)-  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across St. ,  from Big Mac's,' Sechelt  vt  P bc ferries Schedule  VANCOUVER-SECHELT PENINSULA  1SESHOE BAY-LANGDALE I  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE-SALTERY BAY  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am    3:30 pm M  9:30 M  11:30 am  1:15 pm  5:30  7:25 M  9:15  M denotes Mayerick Bus  M' denotes no Maverick Bus on Sundays  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am       2:30 pm  8:30 M1       4:30  10:30 am     6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  Additional sailings March 23 through March 27,1989 and  May 19 through May 22,1989 only.  Lv. Saltery Bay Lv. Earls Cove  1:30 pm 2:30 pm  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am 4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pm M 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 M  7:35  9:25-HH  11:30 v  3:30 pr  5:30 M  7:30  9:30  Gibson-  BUS  'Note there will be no  "First Ferry" run on  Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays  Gibsons Bus Schedule  Effective March 1, 1989  {Hit Park & RMd, North Rd, & Sticot, Gower Pt. & Franklin, Lowtr But Stop)  Depart Arrive  Mall               5:45 .       Langdale      6:10  7:��5 FflrryTer.     B:1D  9:45 10:10  11:45. 12:10  1:45 2:10  3:45 4:10  5:45 6:10  ��� 7:45 8:10  See Bus Driver for Langdale Heights, Bonniebrook Heights,  Woodcreek Park Schedules  IMKNI BUS SCHEDULE  MQNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY EXCEPT HOLIDAYS    Effective Sept. 12  (via Marina, Franklin, Firehall, Park & Reed Rd.)  Depart  Arrive  Lower  6:15  Mall  6:30  Bus Stop  8:15  8:30  10:15  10:30  12:15  12:30  2:15  2:30  4:15  4:30  6:15  6:30  8:15  8:30  FARES Adults  Seniors   Children (6-12)   Comm. TJtketi '���>  Out oi Town   SI .50    $1.00 .75        J1.2S/rlo>  In Town .75        .75 .75 V��  -.;.', >|  Sechelt  Depart  8:25.  ���1:05  4:25  West Sechelt  8:22  ���1:12  4:32  Sechelt  8:40  10:30  ���1:20  3:00  Lower Gibsons  Gibsons  9:25  ���2:00  i^ .3:55  Regular Stops at: Sechelt and Gibsons Medical Clinics  Please Note: There la no service on Saturday*, Sunday* & Holidays .  * No service on Friday* at these times  The bus will stop on request at any safe spot along Its route.  FARES:  One Zone: 75 cams  Each Additional Zone: 25 cents  Zone #1 - Lower Gibsons to Flgme Rd.  Zone #2 -Flume Rd. to West Sechelt  Suncoast Transpoi'tatjon Schedule^ Sponsored By  SiuicoflM 9mwmc&  Insurance,  Notary  fMtnerly Stintai*f ^jtrfirfrs Jt Cibumt Irtwl ���  Red Carpet Service From Friendly Professiona/s In Sunnycrest Mall, Cibsons  f I_r^  <i rjiuinhcr of  IndephndentTravii  -   Professionals  886-2000 Coast News, March 13,1989  17.  ALLIED  A Free Gift for You  from Sears and Us  The Careful Movers  Whenyou make your move with Allied, in addition to quality service  you will receive your own personal "SEARS WELCOME HOME  MERCHANDISE SAVINGS BOOK" filled with coupons that can add up  . to thousands of dollars in savings on many of the items you will need  as you settle into your new home. cai.rn.wHor your free.  no obligation estimate  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  HWY.101.6IBS0NS  Pender Harbour customers  please CALL COLLECT  866-2664  Well, the Sunshine Coast  Youth Soccer season is drawing  to a close once again. Our year-  end tournament is Saturday,  March 18.  The six and seven-year-olds  will be playing at Gibsons  Elementary. The eight and nine-  year-olds will be playing at both  Gibsons Elementary and Elphinstone Secondary.  The 10 and 11 and 12 and  13-year-olds will be playing at  Elphinstone Secondary. The  year-end tournament is a good  way to wind up a soccer season.  The players get to play at  least two to three games. After  all the snowed-out and rained-  out games we had this year, the  players should have enough  energy to last four or five  games.  It should be a good entertaining weekend, so come out and  watch these young athletes.  Before I give the standings I  would like to bring to your attention that any organization  GEN. CONTRACTORS  WINDJAMMER  PAINTING & RENOVATIONS  interior���Exterior Painting  Patios and Decks���Fencing  House Repairs���Art Work  FREE APPRAISALS - 885-7295  MISC SERVICES  "N  Nor.  WATER WELL DRILLING LTD.  B.C. CertllSed Drillers   Residential���Industrial���Irrigation :���  Box 3446   Langley, B.C. V3A 4R8 T_l_-.h��-���. cm At no  BCWWDA Charier Member Telephone. 534-4108  Servicing the Sunshine Coast for 20 years _,  JON JAREMA ^  DESIGN CONSULTANT  PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS  CUSTOM HOME DESIGN  RENOVATIONS OR ADDITIONS ��� REVISION OF EXISTING PLANS  DRAWINGS AND RENDERINGS      '  CALL 886-8930 TO DISCUSS YOUR HOME ENVIRONMENT.  GIBSONS TAX SERVICE  Ave. Price $18.00  Income Tax Preparation  All business strictly confidential  A. Jaek  635 Martin Ed., Gibsons 886-7878  HEATING  WOOD HEAT  ^\  Metal Fireplaces  Wood Furnaces  Wood Stoves  ��� Chimneys v  Inserts.-.?  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SALES a INSTALLATION  Commercial & Residential  Carpet & Resilient Flooring  SHOWCASE  at the Alternative, Hwy. 101, Gibsons  & Furniture Land, Hwy. 101, Sechelt  QUALITY IS SATISFACTION 886-8868  Watson's 2 andscaping  Excavating Residential - Commercial  Driveways. Walks, Patios, Maintenance-  a��8(S�� Service. Small Backhoe & Rototilling Service  P.O. Box 1234, Sechelt, B.C.  BILL WATSON 885-7190 j  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER &    CHAINSAW LTD.  731 NORTH ROAD   886-2912 J  4W*Wl&\?W" Tony Dawkins  .Locks, Security Hardware, Accessories, Safe Sales & Servicing,  . Mobile Service & Installations      Bonded & Licensed Locksmith  Y ���        "    Yv   Free Technical Advice & Assistance'  j., Trail Ave., Sechelt      885-S4tS_/  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  -CABINETS'  6QG.9411   ,i m��� Showroom Kern's Plaza, Hwy  Open Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pm  ion  needs people involvement and  parent support. In our soccer  association we have three area  representatives.  We should have the three  area representatives, a treasurer  and an equipment manager.  Also, we could use someone in  each area to make sure the fields  are lined. We definitely need a  representative for the Sechelt  area next year.  Now for the scores...in the  eight and nine-year old age  group Sechelt Pharmasave  (Scott Avery) beat Shop Easy  (Ed Ronnekleive) by a score of  7-0, In the other game in this  age group GBS (Mike Plourde)  defeated Leif Mjanes' team by a  score of 2-1.  There is one game left for  each team before the tournament. But unless there was a  make-up game that wasn't  recorded, Sechelt Pharmasave is  the league winner in the eight  and nine-year-old division.  Congratulations Sechelt  Pharmasave.  In the 10 and 11-year-old  division Shop Easy (Jim Brown)  defeated GBS (Larry O'Dona-  ghey) by a score of 5-4 (boy, did  the ref have a lot of running to  do in that game).  In the other game of this age  group Sechelt Pharmasave  (Nick Bergnach) beat Sechelt  Band (Gary Feschuck) by a  score of 7-0. As in the other age  group, unless there was a makeup game I didn't know about  the Sechelt Pharmasave team is  the league winner. Good going  players.  SOCCER STANDINGS  8 & 9-Year Olds  Sechelt Pharmasave  GBS  Leif Mjanes  Sechelt Band  Shop Easy  WLTP  8 0 1 17  0 2  2 6  4 10  1 13  10 & 11-Year Olds  Sechelt Pharmasave  GBS  Shop Easy  Sechelt Band  WLT P  10 2 0 20  4 9  4 7  8 6  0 8  0 8  0 16  Badminton  winners  by Jim Ling  "The second annual Badminton.tournament^^ sponsored by  ^owe Spimd PBp and Paper'  -fe'td. was ���' March 4 at  Elphinstone Secondary School  gymnasium. Fifty-one  employees and families participated.  After eight hours of intense  competition, Lome Sammar-  tino and Masayuki Bote won  the men's double category.  Kevin Haynes and Al Zimmerman were in second place and  ; Charles Ho and Larry Braun in  third.  The trophies were, presented  by Harry Cargo, project director, and Don Stuart, mill  manager.  Other participants that advanced to the play-offs were  Rod Camposano, Tony Mulier,  Randy Visser, Doug Kammerle,  Rosa Reid and Catherine  Stuart.  Special thanks to Chuck  Anderson, John Sanders, Jim  Foglietta, June Frandsen, Ray  , Middlemiss and Wilkie Mah for  their effort in making this event  a great success.  Local team  wins event  Our National Classified  Teams bowled at North Shore  Bowl last Sunday in the Zone  Finals of The National  Classified Tournament.  Our number two Ladies  Team of Marie Connor,  Darlene Humbird, Dorothy  Gouwelceuw, Hazel Skytte and  Sue Whiting won the event.  They will bowl at Grandview  Lanes in.the Regional Finals  April 1.  Lynn and Mark Widsten will  be bowling at Chili Bowl Lanes  in Chilliwack in the Provincial  Finals of the Hawaiian Doubles  Tournament. They wil be bowling for trips to Hawaii,  I was remiss in thanking our  Mayor Diane Strom for opening proceedings when we hosted  lie Junior YBC Zone Finals.  Diane rolled the first ball to  start the finals and though she  hasn't bowled for quite awhile,  she rolled a perfect strike.  Thank you again Diane for  taking the time. We appreciate  ���.t.  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  S��avl��w Markat  Roberts Creek  "A FrivncMy P��opl�� Pl_c��"  Sa  Competition was keen last week in the Beachcombers Girls ;  Volleyball Tournament. Here it's the second match between *t  Beachcombers (Gibsons) and Toyotas. ���Vera Elliott photo !  * ���  Pups to play at I  Coliseum  by Sonja Koskinen  In Minor Hockey action in  the Peanuts division, the Purple  won over the Yellow. Scoring  for the winners were Cameron  Steele with 2 goals. Richard  Crawford and Brian Harapnuk  each scored once. Cody  MacLeod scored the lone  marker for the Yellow.  In PeeWee action the  Thunderbirds won 11-9 over the  Blackhawks. Scoring for the  Thunderbirds were Brad  Wingfield with a hat trick, 2  goals each by Ben Stretch, G.  Bell and Colin MacLeod, and  single goals added by Aaron  MacDonald and Ryder Irvine.  The markers for the  Blackhawks were Chad  Lamarsche with a double hat  trick, Cody Munson 2. goals,  and Scott Doyle with one goal.  When the Sechelt Bantams  hosted North Delta, Sechelt  won 7-1. Scoring for Sechelt  were Graham Ruck and C. Gibson with 2 goals, while single  markers were scored by Joel  Kwasney, Glenn Allen and  Chad Lamarsche.  In a second game against  North Delta, Kurt Carpenter,  Chad Gibson, Brian Dussen-  bury, Kurt Francis and Glenn  Allan each scored once, Sechelt  winning the game 5-1.  The Sechelt Pups are once  again going to the featured  hockey stars at the Vancouver  Colliseum when Vancouver  meets the Buffalo Sabres. The  referee for the game will be  Sechelt's own Jessie Stretch.  For an enjoyable evening why  not attend the game and cheer  our Pups in action? The game  will be played March 18 on a  Saturday night.  Cedars  Slowpitch  League  Captain's meeting  Wed. 8 pm  Cedars Pub  if you want to be  part of this fun league  Please attend  ���"I  I  ...v-v,,,..,..,-.-.-,......^   ^  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  MONDAY &  WEDNESDAY  Early Bird 6:30 a.m.-   8:30 a.m.  Aqua Fit 9:00a.m. - 10:00a.m.  EaseMeln 10:00a.m. - 11:00a.m.  NoonSwim 11:30a.m.-   1:00p.m.  Lessons 3:30p.m. -  7:30p.m.  SwimFit 7:30p.m.-  8:30p.m.  TUESDAY  Fit & 50+ 9:30a.m.-10:30a.m.  SeniorSwim 10:30a.m.-11:30a.m.  Adapted Aquatics 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.  Lessons 3:30 p.m.- 6:00 p.m.  Public Swim 6:00 p.m.- 7:30 p.m.  Co-ed Fitness      7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.  THURSDAY  Adapted Aquatics 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.  Lessons 3:30p.m.-6:00p.m.  Public Swim 6:00 p.m. -7: 30 p.m.  Co-ed Fitness       7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.  FRIDAY  Early Bird  Aqua Fit  Fit& 50+ .  Senior Swim  Noon Swim  Public Swim  Teen Swim  6:30 a.m.-  9:00 a.m. -  10:00a.m. -  10:30 a.m.-  11:30 a.m.-  5:30 p^m. -  7:30 p.m.-  8:30a.m.  10:00a.m.  10:30a.m.  11:30 a.m.  1:00 p.m.  7:00 p.m.  9:00 p.m.  SATURDAY  Public Swim        2:00 p.m. - 4 30 p.m.  PublicSwim        7:00p.m. - 8 30p.m.  SUNDAY  Family Swim       1:00 p.m.- 3:30 p.m.  Public Swim        3:30 p.m. - 5.00 p.m.  Lessons Commence  Sept. 19th  REGISTER NOW  Gibsons Swimming Pool 886-9415  Publication of this schedule  sponsored hy  Super Valu  \  '%  ?  3  m  n  X-  V  f ;^^k���-_J--���Jl?^^3l:.^,^XIa,^---:^^^^__^l_.^,^. ���*j-"tf-*.Mr___H_i ngwawyMwywi f-m��i  .v^ .     "   "'"'.' "*' '"V"11 * '!"!��� WiJiM-i' <��� iwi ���,!��� w vmm**>*m>9  ��� >���:*.������:���:<>'v-.-r-1*.  '���'.^:ifi.'v^-V.l';.--'  18.  Coast News, Marcn 13,1989  m  Y  jY'  by Mark Benson  Roberts Creek helped secure  the fourth and final play-off  spot in the six teams Men's Ice  Hockey League by defeating the  fifth place Buccaneers 5-2.  The Creek was leading 3-0  going into the final period  mainly due to steady goal-  tending by Travis Green. But  the Buccaneers roared back  with two quick goals by Randy  Legg and Chris Strong.  Creek's Rick Sach (3) completed his hat trick late in the  game to all but dash the Buccaneers play-off hopes. Other  Creek scores were Mike Evans  and Scotty Thornsteinson.  LAST WEEK'S SCORES  Wednesday Wakefield 1,  Gilligan 0; Thursday Kings 10,  Gilligans 5; Friday, Creek 5,  Buccaneers   2;   Saturday  Wakefield 16, Hawksy2; Saturday Kings 8, Buccaneers 3.  NEXT WEEK'S GAME  Wednesday, 8:30, Buccaneers  vs Gilligans; Thursday, 8:30,  Creek vs Hawks, play-off.  Saturday, 7:00, Wakefield vs  Creek, play-off. Saturday, 9:15,  Hawks vs Kings. First round of  play-offs is best of three - Saturday, March 18. All games  Sechelt Arena.  LEAGUE STANDINGS  WLTP  Wakefield 26 0 4 52  Hawks 17 9 3 37  Kings 1210 3 27  Creek 1115 3 23  Buccaneers ^    8 19 2 18  Gilligans 2 27 1 5  Play-offs begin ^7:00 pm  Saturday March 18,1989.  "Amazing, wonderful, enjoyable pandemonium set to music."  That's the best way to describe the joyful gathering here on the ice  of tots, kids, teens and parents at Sechelt Arena for the visit of  Monsieur Bonhomme to the annual carnival held by the students in  the Sunshine Coast elemenetary schools French Immersion pro-  rent-a-wreck  j��^^<s  CHECK OUR  LOW RATES  886-9717  The Practical Alternative  gram.  -Vern Elliott photo  Season begins  The season begins - finally!!  Once again the local ruggers  > began their playing season with  ; . a road trip overseas to Van-  ��� couver to play the Kats Squad  ,    of Dunbar.  ,i Having not played the game  ���', during the last few misera-  ���: ble  months you would have  ��� thought the boys might be a little rusty, but no, they showed  their coach and the opposition  , 1 that they're ready to play.  The pace of the game right  1 from the start was quick and  ', hard. The Pigs Pack being  outweighed did not falter under  ..���". the pressure and fought hard at  every ruck and maul and delivered good and plentiful ball to  f their backline.  ��� In the first half, it was evident  ; j ��� that the timing was a bit off and  'some fine scoring opportunities  were squandered.  , Out for the second half and  �����. all the stops were pulled out; the  - game went back and forth, side  ^ to side, both teams punching  " through only to be hauled  , down; (and just in time) by  tough and efficient defences.  Mid-way through the half the  Pigs tried to counter-attack  from their own two-bit area and  as sometimes happens not quick  enough.  Through the back-line the  ball went, but alas there happened to be a seagull in waiting,  the green interceptor had an  easy jaunt to the goal line and 4  points. The conversion was  good.  Oh Oh Pigs 0, Kats 6. The  frustration was evident on the  players' faces and in their unen-  couraging talk. As the point  after took place they had a  regrouping and decided to pick  up the pace and come back  harder.  From the ensuing kick-off,  the boys in blue battled back  and pressured, pressured and  pressured. Good ball and continuous support from all led to a  superb try.  With a maul situation happening on the Kats 5 metre line  the ball was eventually pried  loose and having broken a couple of tackles, over the line went  Dennis Stevenson for the  points. The conversion by Dave  MacLeod was good. The score  now Pigs 6, Kats 6.  The game continued on with  the Pigs being the more dominant team but with some lack of  finesse could not break the tie.  The end score Pigs 6, Kats 6.  Afterwards a fine time was had  by all at the resumption of play  of our second half of the  season.  Next week March 18 will see  the boys 'hosting' the Ex-Brits  at Elphinstone upper field,  11:30 am kick-off. Hope to see  you there!!  ���m  1  I  IIMUTE+ j  SUNCOAST  MOTORS  1117 Sunshine Coast Hwy  .Gibsons-near Pratt  886-8213  ENDS MAR 31/89  National Lifetime Guarantee |  Over 90 locations ��  to serve you I  emwemeem emwemam meametm   ..      ��� aaatf*^ '  C\ea'  Racfcs  - j.'  Sechelt minor ball  The fate of minor softball in Sechelt for this spring will be  decided at an organizational meeting Thursday, March 16 in  .the open classroom at Sechelt Elementary at 7 pm.  All coaches, assistants, storekeepers and parents from last  year are invited to come and help plan improvements for this  year's program. Please come and voice your opinions and offer your suggestions now so changes can be made before the  season starts.  If you cannot be at the meeting, but wish to help in some  way or just want to get further information, please call John  Denham at 885-7373.  Tournament results  Beachcomber Girls Volleyball Tournament results:  1st - Ichiban, Vancouver; 2nd - Toyota Red, Comox; 3rd  - Toyota Blue, Comox.  Signs of spring  Additional Clothes Items  Featured Fri. & Sat..  ��1F* 700  ��F SHOES  BLOW*OUT  SALE  YCOlHC ,n  Qatutday  j  Vz  cif^Pairs  C5''<frens  Woes  MOKHero��fMNa*rnriCfOcnn*i!  by Marguerite  The signs of spring are here,  ; with some bulbs blooming and  slightly   warmer   temperature  with that morning sun. Take  advantage of every break in the  weather. Spring usually blesses  4 the gardener with a few days  ' when the soil is workable, not  soggy, and perfect for seed sowing.  To   prevent   diseased   fruit  trees, spray with a lime sulphur  . dormant oil. now, before the  . buds burst. This applies to roses  too, as some experts do just  ' once a year in February or  March, weather permitting.  Areas that were sown in the  '. fall with winter rye can now be  dug and turned giving the soil  nutrients in preparation for  planting. If you are in doubt  about whether some plants have  survived the cold frosts and  winds of late, give them a little  more time, before presuming  they're dead. However removing any debris makes for good  gardening practice.  The geraniums and fuchsias  overwintered in a cool frostfree  place, can now be regularly  watered to make growth.  Possibly you might take 10  centimetre cuttings for more  plants later.  The Gibsons Garden Club  meeting is Thursday, March 16  at 7:30 pm in the Marine Room  (below the library).  C0 JOo!?S  m.  *V  Rockport  Canada  __A_i  %$���' ���  Uniting mankind is more  than just a good idea.  In face it is tsking place all around us. For over 100 years the  world has been growing ever more interdependent, making neighbours of us all.  Baha'u'llah, the Messenger of God for our age and Founder of  the Baha'i Faith described this process of unification as the plan of  Cod today.  He said, "A new life it. in ihit age. stirring within the souls of all  ikind. . . All created things proclaim the evidences of this world-  ���generation."  By  learning to put Baha'u'llah's teachings into practice, the  Bahj'i community around the world is discovering that the unity of  mankind is not a distant ideal, but a practical reality today.  mankin  wide regeneration,  Stt��eS  Baha'i Faith  /  886-0294  adidas  We're with you all the way.  Reebok  QconvERSGJ  '���>�����,  8?*.'.  *****  ���im  TSBROOMS  ��*.  *9  ^  NMARWAIS For Spring  F#ff��ts  ''Quality And Comfort  tr  AH Sales Final  Trnil Ave   ft Cowrie  SECHELT  TRAIL BAY SPORTS  il  m  !/.?  I  im  I  '1  1  1  I  % r  Coast News, March 13,1989  19.  Yi i  U  Set"*- &. s*r��pwriv  .2.  SHrtUw '  ',. ,'4f %* McmmwUmik  t': ;5. .ThwAlftw .'  '_   4k''|ftWMMMIt ',  '.-/?*��� Al4AmMcc-Hent_, t  ���''V'**iiM_c**' -y  ' Y 7 fHtftpHMHtwti  '  ���<.*��� I ��� .JMN * tlVMMMfc  *9i  ' *%  _��.  ���/it*  State* & Twute  for Sate  Autos  CwmHss,  Ifl-Um-t  WOT JpWUPkT  tl^..W**t��*Y"  W<wfcW��*t��4  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  -IN PENDER HARBOUR-  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  ���IN HALFMOON BAY���  B & J Store 885-9435   IN SECHELT���  The Coast News  j  ANDERSON REALTY  The Sunshine Coast  Specialists for  ��� Recreation  ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE CATALOGUE  Teredo Square, Sechelt  885-3211  Van. Toll Free 684-8016  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY  Peninsula Market 885-9721  ��� IN WILSON CREEK���  Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  -IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 885-3400   -IN GIBSONS���  B&D Sports  :������������������ (Sunnycrest Mall) 886-4635  ^"Kl^The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON SATURDAY  FOR MONDAY PUBLICATION  60x250' West Sechelt waterfront  lot, 2 cleared building sites with  driveway. New steps and trails  down park-like hillside to rock  bull-dozed beach. Have septic  permit, house plans, spectacular  view, outstanding beach areas.  885-7629. #12s  Waterfront lot Gower Pt. Rd.,  asking $64,900. 886-9485 or  526-4061. #11s  Approx. 800 sq. ft. home,  workshop, woodshed, nearly Vz  acre lot, Mason & Norwest Bay  Rd., Sechelt, $49,500.  885-3982. #11s  1 bdrm. newer cabin, approx. %  acre, 1 block to Rbts. Ck. School,  $57,900. 885-5280, 885-3127  courtesy to agents. #12s  WATERFRONT  1.25 acres of waterfront property  in Madeira Park. 75' waterfron-  tage, view, solid house, dock  with deep water moorage,  privacy, sloping shore, close to  schools, shops and recreation.  Great property. Paul Moriarty  731-8670. Bell Realty (24 hrs.)  926-7831.  #13  I acre approx. 100' waterfront  with good cabin, entrance to  Pender Harbour, exc. deep  moorage. 685-2500 eves.     #12  3 bdrm. 2 bath, view home, formal and family dining, sundeck,  builtiri vacuum, lower Gibsons,  asking $135,000. Phone  886-8661 for appointment to  view. No agents, please.      #12  New split level 1372 sq. ft., lot.  II Woodcreek, Ige. living room,  kitchen w/eating area, den, 3  bdrms., 2 baths, large liv.  room/din. room, end. dbls.  garage, $95,000. 886-3171  eves. #13  Bldg. lot Roberts Creek, .62 acre,  * cleared, serviced. 886-70901 #13  New split level home at 1270  Marion PI., Gibsons, 1716 sq. ft.  3 bdrms., 3 baths, carport, cedar  deck, finished lower level,  $89,000.886-3996. #13  Wanted to buy, 3 bdrm. house  between Halfmoon Bay and Gibsons. 885-7750. #13  PRIVATE SALE  2 bdrms., den, Welcome Woods,  sunny kitchen, large sundeck,  workshop, % acre, lot, private  yard, close to new school,  $72,500,885-9464. #13  764 Hillcrest Ave., 3 bdrm.  $59,000, 707 Hillcrest Ave., 4  bdrm. view $89,000, 214 Pratt  Rd., 3 bdrm. $75,000, 5769 Surf .  Circle, Sechelt, 4 bdrm.  $60,000, 1027/1029 Rosamund  Rd., s/s duplex, $55,000  445/447 S. Fletcher, 4 plex, 3  bdrm. up 2 bdrm. down view,  $180,000,886-2455. #13  r\*o;  The LOWEST  lassifled Ad Rates  ^e^ottt  VNV-��*  C\a*  S>^  JXB \3\3   (minimum) for 10 words  25     *or eac^ additional word  fay for 2 weeks, Get the 3rd week FREE  When paid by CASH, CHEQUE  or MONEY ORDER  !$u>te SeJCxLAssiFiEps  They run until your item is sold!  I ��>       for up to 10 words     I        per additional  word  y     Your ad, featuring one item only, will run for four consecutive  Y   weeks and will then be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  for   another  four,   by   Saturday,   3   pm.  NO CHARGE FOR RENEWAL for as long as you want!  ;r' .   (Not available to commercial advertisers)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be PRE-PAID before insertion.  j for your convenience, use your MASTERCARD or VISA!  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  At "Friendly People Places" Saturday NOON  4     At COAST NEVVS Offices,   _AT8in^A%/ _  Y Sechelt & Gibsons     SATURDAY, 3 pm  COAST NEWS Classifieds  .Cowrie St.. Sechelt  ?.  The LOWEST Price!  The HIGHEST Circulation!.  The FIRST on the street!  8853930  Cruice Lane. Gibsons  886-2622  COMBS:" Greta Louella, peacefully  at University Hospital on March  6,1989 in her 90th year. Late of  Kiwanis Village, Gibsons, B.C.  She will be sadly missed by her  loving family, daughter, Muriel of  Vancouver; son Garth, Jill of Air-  drie, Alberta; grandchildren,  Joanne & Murray, of Prince  Rupert, B.C., Keith of Airdrie,  Brian of Gibsons. Greatgrandchildren Jason, Darcy,  Gregory and many relatives and  friends. Service from the United  Church Deloraine, Manitoba, 2  pm, Sunday, March 12. Smith  Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. #11  CLAYTON: Passed away suddenly March 6, 1989, Trevor John  Clayton, beloved infant son' of  Gordon and Kim Clayton of  Sechelt. Also survived by his  brother Cameron; grandparents  John and Maureen Clayton;  Karen Williams and Tim  Groshong; great-grandparents  Lorraine Williams, Florence  Clayton, Ray and Frances Fleming; as well as aunts, uncles and  cousins. Service was held Friday,  ���March 10, 1989 at St. John's  .United Church, Sechelt.  Reverend Stan Sears officiated.  Cremation. Devlin Funeral Home  Directors. #11  ANSELL: Earl Edward of Pender  Harbour, aged 73 yrs., passed  away suddenly Mar. 4, 1989 in  Las Vegas, Nevada. Survived by  his wife Violet May; 3 daughters,  Joy, Mrs. Len VanLaare, Shirley  McKimmell, June, Mrs. Durward  Martin; 5 grandchildren & 6 great  grandchildcren; brothers Noble &  Walter; sisters Anna & Rossetta.  Memorial service will be held in  Pender Harbour March 15, 2:30  pm in the legion hall, Pender Harbour Lions officiating.  #11  Thank You  -OUR*  POSTERS  HAVE ARRIVED!  ��� Wildlife    . _  ��� Ballet fro***  ��� Movie Stars      st��95  Open Tues. - Sat.. 11-4  Eagles & Whales  IGALLERY      886-8341^  {Beside Dockside Pharmacy. GitTsonsI  The Salvation Army Family Services are available on Tues. & Fri.  mornings by appoint, only Call  886-3761 Tues. to Sat., 11-5.  #13  In the privacy of your own home,  fitness classes by a qualified instructor adaptable for all ages and  levels, individuals or small group  instruction. 886-4624. #11  Jp^  KENNELS  Highway 101,  Roberts Creek  885-9840  Boarding & Grooming  No animals will be accepted without  current vaccination records.  DIOXIN  If you found this book  published by Greenpeace,  please let me know. It's not  mine! Misplaced in the  vicinity of the laundrymat at  Seaview Plaza. Please call  886-3288. #11  WANTED  Safe Return of This Kitten  $20 Reward  If you have seen this kitten  or should know of her  whereabouts, please inform  me at once.  This little animal disappeared Sat., Mar. 4 in the  area of the Post Office and  Hyak Marina in Lower Gibsons.  Please phone 886-9641  Thank You  The   Royal   Canadian' LegiorY  Branch 112 wishes to expres|fy  belated thanks to the people w'hcfe  donated to the Poppy Fund in:  1988. The Executive Br. 112.  Lost since Jan. 2, family pet, tall  black and white short-haired cat  from Mason Rd., W. Sechelt.  885-7886. #11  p  ���  - '.  ��� FarirTtty pet; young.short-haired.  #11  Personal  Are you in an unhappy relationship? Call the Transition House  for free confidential counselling.  885-2944. TFN,  Driver/comp. for 1-2 month tour  of the States. Share expenses,  new '88 motorhome. Frank  886-7029. #11  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Call Eleanor Mae 885-9018  #16  Announcements  missing since Mir-: .5 from Mason  Fk^ariea885-7886.Y'"��� Y '''#11 ���;  Found  Home  "recorded, video   in  Creekside. 886-8312.      ���   #11  1 ��� Pets  & Livestock  For a freah, new look...  LORETTA'S PLACE  Blend Electrolysis  TWICE AS EFFECTIVE  The Most Effective  Treatment Available  ��� Co/our Analysis,-  ��� Skincare  ��� Bodycare   $  ��� Makeoversi\fj  ��� Hand Care ') '  ��� Foot Care    I I  ��� Waxing I '  Complimentary \ ��^l  Consultation  SENIORS DISCOUNT  Gift Certificates  886-9569  MAGUS KENNELS  ��� Bright clean dog  & cat boarding  ��� D��9 grooming  Lowest Prices On  "SCIENCE DIET'  OPEN 8 am ��� 6:30 pm  everyday. 886-8568  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896, 886-7272, 886-2954.  TFN  If someone in your family has a  drinking problem you can see  what it's doing to them. Can you  see what it's doing to you? Al-  Anon can help. Phone 886-9903  or 886-8656.  Attention teens  Al-Ateen   Can   Help.   Phone  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today about our beautiful selection of personalized wedding invitations, napkins, matches, stationery, and more.  Jeannie's Gifts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Elite Travel is moving to Gibsons  Medical Centre Sat., Feb. 25.  Call 886-3381 and 886-2522  #11  Environment Concerns?  Call for your Shaklee biodegrad-  ed, phosphate and filler free personal and home care products.  Charlene 885-3535. #12  SPCA    SPAYING    PROGRAM  886-7837, 886-8044, 885-9582.  TFN  Sharon's Grooming  Now at Sunshine Feeds  886-4812  TFN  SUNSHINE FEEDS  670 INDUSTRIAL WAY  CO-OP FEE0S  PETFOODS  & ACCESSORIES  9:30 to 5:30  886-4812  TFN  15 H.H.  registered  Q.H.  Bay  Gelding, exc. beginners horse,  tack included, $2000. 886-3093.  #12s  Rabbits,   many   varieties   and  sizes. Call now 885-4657.     #12  CKC   registered   Caira   Terrier  pups, $400. 885-3805.        #12  Golden Cocker puppies for sale.  886-2110. #11  Free to a good home, 6 yr. old  pure Siamese male. 886-2227.  #11  SPCA ADOPTION  18 mo. old male purebred Dober-  man. 8 mo. spayed female German Shepherd; Sheltie X Terrier  male, small dog, variety of cats  885-5734;- #11  SCIENCE DIET & IAMS  Y YY    Pet Food  .    Quality Farm -Garden  Supply Ltd.  Y       Pratt Rd. 886-7527  y'Y TFN  Wanted  Baby car seat, as new cond.  886-9729 after 2 pm. TFN  Patio sliding glass doors, 76 to  78"H. max., or French doors.  886-3882. TFN  3 wheel 3 sp. bike, contact Coast  News office, Sechelt. 885-3930.  #11  Mature, responsible person to  share view home, Davis Bay,  $250/mo. plus utils. damage  deposit. 738-0692 eves.,  885-7233 weekends. #13  Wanted - 8' to 14' small sailboat,  preferably wooden. 885-2001  between 7 and 9 pm. #13  Multiple family garage sale, 804  Pleasant Place, Gibsons (behind  fire hall), Sat., Mar. 18,10-2pm.  *n  Thanks   Halfmoon   Bay . Firefc  Department for a,gopd clean.^^prange, and..,white,. 'TOM JCM>  LYEclmundsY  ���       '    ^*1     "missjriig��ncVWi?)5if.bm\Mason  Barter & Trade  78 P/U Courier, 4 cyl., 4 spd.,  runs good, new paint. 885-4593.  #11s  Toyota 10 Forklift on propane,  ready to work1, exc. shape, new<  rubber. 885-4593. - #1 Is  '81 Escort 4 cyl., 4 spd., low  miles, new paint, exc. shape.  885-4593. #13  T & S SOIL  Mushroom Manure  Topsoil Mixed  Bark Mulch  By the yard or 14 yard diesel  dumptruck-full. Top quality products at reasonable prices. You  pickup or we deliver.  Phone  anytime 885-5669. TFN  Skates, boys 1&2, girls 3; guitar;  girls bicycle; quart jars; single  bed. 885-7236. #12  1 pair flower designed emerald  stud earrings, 18 karat yellow  gold mountings, each with 1 rectangular cut emerald, .13 carat,  value $800, $500 days  886-3932. #12  Ivanez Les Paul copy w/case  $300; 210 watt bass, head $300,  ; speaker cabinet, $250. $750  takes all. 883-9330. #11  Pair dark blue captain's chairs  c/w seat belts from '80 Ford van,  $300 OBO; Philips deluxe  sunlamp as new, $75. 885-3360.  #13  Apart, size fridge and stove,  $150 ea., $250 pair. 885-1977.  #11  Range hood, gold; coffee table; 2  end tables. Bed chesterfield.  885-5065. #13  BMX bike; metal & comedy  albums; calculator; 273 Mads;  175 Playboys; 33 H&E's; guitar  with amp; black light; cartoon  books, other stuff. Allan  886-3663. #13  Extra Large  Double Trailing  Begonias  8 colours  $149  ea.  All Kinds  A-1 Roses ijtfS*  Reg. $7.95 5" Or  2 for *10'��  Sunshine  Coast  NURSERY  886-2796  For Sale  Green Onion  Earth Station  SATELLITE  Sales & Service  885-5644  Wood stove, CSA approved,  heats large house, $650 OBO.  885-5461. #11s  Stereo, receiver, rec player,  cassette & Altec speakers (cas. &  recs inc.), stand. $975.  886-7819. #12s  CB radio, $50; receiver &  speakers, $275; TV stand, $100.  886-7819. #12s  Speed Queen auto, washer, $295  Guaranteed & delivered.  883-2648. TFN  Firewood For Sale  Fir - Hemlock 886-8058  #13  3 freezers - 2 chest, 1 upright,  large dining room suite, 90"  table, 6 chairs, buffet & hutch,  plus more items. 886-3103 aft.  6:30 pm. #11  Older stuff, good deals.  886-8471. #11  All new double size mattress, box  spring, frame, $285. 886-2433.  #12s  Queen size waterbed, bookcase  headboard, complete, $200 OBO.  885-7454 aft. 5pm. #12  Elna Lotus sewing machine, compact, portable, full feature, direct  drive, 8 builtin stretch stitches,  exc. working cond. $260" OBO.  885-2203. ilgQ  TFNs  Let Sweet Dreams make a light &  luxurious down comforter for you.  Pass it on to your children in  years to come. Each individually  and lovingly made. Very fast  delivery. Call Sue 885-4546.  #11  GE lawnmower with cord, $45  OBO. Single blade, new motor.  886-9275. #11  20" Sylvania TV solid state,  $195; 26" Zenith console TV,  $225, exc. cond. 885-5963.  #11  Upright piano, $700 OBO. Willa  883-2573. #11  MANURE  HORSE BOAR0ING  Seat for van with seat belts, $95;  waterbed, pine frame & headboard, king size, $295.  886-7090. #11  Quick knitting 'Bond' frame with  patterns, $100. 886-2198 aft.  6pm. #11  Adjustable hospital bed table, on  wheels, $35.886-3032.       #13  Floats 3 - 9x80  For information call 886-8287  #13  HAY FOR SALE  $3.50 can deliver. 885-9357  TFN  Antique marble topped wash  stand, excellent shape, $450.  886-7696. #12s  Dining room suite, antique, oak,  bow front buffet with mirror and  48" round oak claw foot table,  22" leaf, 4 spindle-back chairs,  $1700.886-7696. #12s  Potent Horse Manure  Beat the spring rush  S20/P.U. (aged)  S15/P.U. (fresh)  885-9969  TFN  Kenmore heavy duty white  washer, $359 OBO (recond.);  24" white auto, stove, recond.,  $189 OBO; 18 cu. ft. white auto,  stove, recond., $189OBO; 18cu.  ft. McClary chest freezer,  recond., $247 OBO; Inglis white  dryer, recond., super shape,  $249 OBO; Admiral h. gold frost  free 15 cu. ft. fridge, recon.,  $347 OBO; Viking white 30"  stove, auto., rotis., $279 OBO;  McClary Easy white 30" stove,  rot., 30", $249 OBO; Westh.  washer & dryer (stacker), $669  pr. OBO; Maytag builtin recond.  almond dishwash., top of the  line, $399 OBO; Appliances  guaranteed from 90 days to 2  yrs., parts and labour. Corner  Cupboard 885-4434 or Bjorn  885-7897, will buy non-working  or used appliances. 885-7897.  #13  24" taper shakes, $90 per sq.  886-7901. #12  Single box spring & mattress,  $80;' portable typewriter, $30;  Technics turntable. $60; portable  radio, $18; clear rigid plastic  sheet; hideabed, It. br. as new.  $195; patio recliner, $60;  2-175/70-13 tires xon 4 hole  rims. $50.885-5944. 02  DeWalt radial armsaw, plus dato  head, 5 horse poer, 16" blade;  $1800 FIRM. 885-4543.       #11  110/220 volt eldc. power winch,  suitable for small boat hauling;  etc. $125.886-7251. #13  Waveless waterbed; airless paint  sprayer; blender; microwave and  more. 886-4744. #11  Wedding gown, satin & lace.m  size 11 with headpiece, $175;  886-3462. #13  ������'  - ..-     ������     ��������� ii���     ���������_���      ,----���. ��� -i  Store fixtures, arbortie counters;  cases, etc. 886-3100. #11  1976 mobile 68x12, must be  moved, $15,000. 884-5375  eves. #11  Waterbed, queensize, pine,  bookcase headboard, $250 OBO;  3 seater soft blue fine corduroy  couch, no-wear, $150. 886-3714  aft. 5pm. #11  Miniature wood ships, steering  wheels, funcional, decorative,  each beatifully made, cheap to  clear, $5.00 each. 885-3590  eves. #11  Apple 2E clone 128K 80 column  card, mouse & drive, $800.  885-2001, aft. 6pm. #13-"  Polythene netting %" mesh,'  50'x4' roll, new, $50. 885-3590  eves. #11  Large round waterbed, $100;*  1-8' aluminum canopy, $375;  Datsun 178, $300; sewing  machine, $100, 2 wood stoves.  885-2229eves..   .������. #1.  Couch and love seat, $150. j  886-8691. #11  Velo Cycle Capes  Ride dry in the rain, $29.95 each.  886-7424. #13  Singer ZigZag sewing machine,  wood cabinet, model with matching stool, $200. 886-9217.    ���  #13  20' custom built van trailer, ideal  for pickup. All metal construe  tion, gray with black trim, 1 braking tandem axle, good radial  tires, 1 spare, full size cargo door  and single entry door, full size  roof rack, hitchjack, ramps. Ideal  for hauling and storing furniture,  building materials, hay, etc.  Could be used as a portable  workshop, asking $3600. Phone  886-8195 aft. 5pm. m  Autos  885-5267  #11  Television Repairs to  Most Makes and Models  by Two Government  Approved Technicians  SUNSHINE COAST  TV LTD.  5674 Cowrie Street  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  (804) 885-9816  10 HP phase converter, CSA approved, 2 panels, 3 HP & 5 HP,  $1300 OBO. 883-2770.        #12  Shaklee Products  Vitamins, skin care & makeup,  natural products, cleaning products, phosphate, filler free &  biodegradeable. 886-9569.   #12  Wooden barge approx. 12'x35",  $1500.883-9671. #12  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  886-2020  74 Olds, 2dr.,PS,PB, AM/FM  cassette, $800 OBO. 885-9425  eves. #12s  '82 Plymouth Horizon, exc.  cond., low kms, hatchback,  $3500.886-3940. #12s  '80 GMC short wheelbase van;  extras, exc. cond;, $4500;  885-5564. #Hs  '84 Pontiac Parisienne S/W,;  loaded, exc. cond., $8500.  883-2572. #12s  '77 Century Buick 4 dr., 45,000  mis. auto., mech. sound, rust,  new tires, first $200 takes.  886-7819.  #11s  1986 heavy duty F250 4X4 XLT  Lariet Explorer, fully loaded,  $16,900 OBO, towing pkg.. consider trade. 886-8104.       #11s  1970 Corvette 350 tunnel ram,  new paint, fires & mags, $9,500  OBO. 886-4870. #12s  ~ '68 COUGAR    ~~  SUver-grey with black roof  & interior, new tires, carb.,  dual exhaust, headers, good :  shape, 302 V8 auto.  Asking $2000.  886-2215 aft. 6 pm.  TFNs;  1988 Ford Aerostar, exc. cond.,  $17,000,886-9883. TFNs  71 Mercury Comet G.T., 302;  auto.,   mags,   bucket   seats,  AM/FM stereo cassette, PS/PB,  $2885886-9500. #its  V  _J-:w--_ae_,i_s_l 20.  Coast News, March 13,1989  Bl  ;79 Plymouth Horizon, 4 dr.,  AM/FM cassette, gd. cond.,  ��1200 or trade something  883-9551 days, 885-7171 eves.  #11s  ~        STEWART ROAD  AUTO WRECKING  Some FREE car removal used  parts   and   mechanical   work,  guaranteed 886-2617, bring this  ad in for 10% discount.        TFN  79 Chevy 1 ton 8x12 box, needs  battery and rubber, $3800 OBO.  886-3169 before noon..        #11  '81 Datsun King Cab, $1500; 70  Chev % ton, 6 cyl., $650.  886-2565. \    #11  72 Ford Courier, economical* no  problems. 885-4546. #12s  1974 F250 % ton 4X4, brand  new 35" BF Goodrich tires, 4  sp., 390, cassette, $1500 firm.  883-2889 aft. 6pm. #11  1379 Datsun pickup, run. cond.,  $550 080.886-4743. #13s  ���8*1 AMC Eagle 4X4, 64,000  kms., exc. shape, $4000.  886-7979. #11  73 Volvo S/W exc. run., cond.,  cheap on gas, $800. 885-5505.  #14s  '69 GMC pickup, run. cond.,  very rusty, $200. 886-2426 aft.  6pm. #13  1983 Buick Skyhawk, Limited  Edition, 5 sp., 85,000 kms., exc.  cond., $5700. 886-4624.      #11  1980 Chev Monza, V6 auto.,  PS/PB, sunroof, exc. cond.,  885-1973 eves. #13  "87 Dodge Omni, auto., PS/PB, 5  dr., hatchback, grey, asking  $5800,885-4424. #13  74 Chrysler Newport, brn., 4 dr.  sdn., V8, in good mech. cond.,  many miles left in this one. $600.  886-8830. #11  79 Chev Monza Sport Coupe,  good condition, V6, 4 sp., stereo,  sunroof, $2500. 885-3736. #11s  Mini Cooper, $800, Morris Minor  cqnv., $600. 886-7831.       #12  74 Chev S.W.B. 4X4, gd. tires,  brakes, run. gear. Velour interior, $3450 OBO. 883-2290.  #12  1980 Chevy Citation, 2 owners, 4  df,., 2.5 I. eng., 2 spare tires on  rims, gd. cond., $3500.  886-9963 days; 886-8422 eves.  ��� :<         y   ,. ������ #12  1974 Ford PU F150, body rough,  exc. run. cond., $800. 886-9963  days, 886-8422 eves. #12  1976 Ford F250 4X4, lockin  hubs, auto., gd. tires, body in  great shape, $2900 OBO.  886-2754. #12  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore & International  Paints  Marine  Finishes  Commercial,  Pricing   ;  Bill Wood  SECHELT  Bus. 885-2923  Res 885-5058  A  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP  1987-1988 Evinrudes. Excellent  condition. Lowes Resort,  883-2456. TFN  Classic  1986 50  HP  motor,    electric,  883-9110.  Mercury  $1595.  #11s  680 sq. ft. cottage, Headlands  Rd., $500/mo., avail. Apr.1.  886-8481. #13  Furn. 3 bdrm. home to share with  responsible person, N/S.  886-3954 eves., weekends. #13  Hielp%iwiteii,  OMC new manifold & riser, $450;  4 cyl. OMC motor with rebuilt  head, $300. 886-3191.        11s  30' Disp. Cruiser,, recently  rebuilt, 340 Chrys. dual hyd..  steering, many extras, $11,500.".  885-2814. #13s  17,%' older boat with 270 Volvo  leg) with or without motorboat.  $1500, motor $1000. 886-7677.  #13s  APPRENTICE  MECHANIC  Wanted for Busy  Marine Business  Start Immediately  M  VXxs  TIDELINE MARINE  56J7 Wharf Rd.  885-4141 j.  ���\-\-v\.-v va-O^  NEW HOMES  14'x70'  ; From $23,900 FOB  USED HOMES  Starting as low as $12,900.  Call collect 580-4321.  TFN  Motorcycles  '83 Kawasaki GPZ 550, exc.  cond. 13,000 kms. $2000 OBO.  886-7198. #13s  '82 250 Kawasaki, w/rack,  25,000 kms. 885-9553.      #13s  1979 Yamaha 750  dressed. 886-3841.  DOHC fully  #13s  Cal25, fully equipped, moorage  included, $11,500. 886-8706.  #13s  FLOATS 3 - 9x80       ~  For information phone 886-8287  #11  20' fibreglass sailboat Paceship,  3 hp Johnson trailer, anchor paddles, PFD's, new mainsail.  886-8504. #11  '89 Probe GT, 10,000 kms.,  $18,500,886-7901. #12  Only 24,935 kms., 1987 Ford  Tracer, 4 spd., AM/FM, cass.  Asking $7800 OBO. 886-7933  alt. 7pm. #12  2)1 Ford Escort s/w, new cyl.  fjead, handbrake cable, strtr.  motor, new front Michelin snows.  So rust! $1990.886-8073.   #11  ��;������_  Hi  *>\  270-6764.  M  ^  South Coast  Ford       i  TRUCK  SALE  '87 Ford % Ton  '85 Bronco II  '85 Ford Vz Ton  '84 Chev Vz Ton  '84 Chev Vz Ton  '83 S10 4x4  '77 Dodge 4x4  '74 Westfalia  '73 Ford % Ton  '73 Ford 4x4  Wharf Rd., Sechelt  OL 5936 885-3281  Misty River  14' Wide  Aluminum Boat  Like New  Fresh Water Use Only  s1895  TIDELINE MARINE  5637 Wharf Rd. ,.  885-4141 JO  TTV\-\\T TYV  BOAT LOVERS  Dinged your prop or fear you  may? Not to worry! We have  taken over Glen Funk's propellor  repairs and are offering the same  high standards of service. Call  Ship Shape Props or John Risbey  at 885-5278 and we'll have you  running again 'Ship Shape'.  #13  24 ft. Shark class Sloop, fully  equipped, exc. cond., $6000.  885-7940. #13  DICKENSON  Stainless steel oil stove, oven  never used, $450. 883-9307.  #11  3;^  ^  \\ \  ,v"     Campers  Motorhomes  tJ969 Empress class 'A' 21'  motorhome, very clean, $10,500.  886-2432 or 886-7923.      #11s  r��_   HBinter's Special - 8' camperette  s|6ve, furnace, cupboards.  88.6-3821 aft. 6pm. #11s  &' deluxe motorhome 1988, im  njaculate, 17,000 kms.  $913,900,886-8481. #11s  B&naire hardtop tent trailer,  iiJebox, sink, propane furnace,  stove, sleeps 6, exc. cond.  " -8504. #11  All  Inter lux  and  Quality Matta!^  Yacht Enamel  and Bottom Paints  on Sale at  TIDELINE MARINE  S637 Wharf Rd.  885-4141  ^.X3  ^-v-v v v rr  r.tf   VW   Westphalia   poptop  camper, rust-proofed, new paint,  n$W engine with 10.000 mi. exc]  cond.. $8000 OBO 885-2382.#12  '68 H.P. Osco Ford marine diesel  and hy. gear, as new cond.  883-9401. #13s  17' Boston Whaler, trailer, mere,  power, mint. 883-9110.     #13s  14' fibreglass boat, 50 HP Merc,  new leg, new trailer, new suntop  with side windows, very clean,  comes with 2 fuel tanks, $2800  OBO. 886-3882 aft. 6pm.  TFN  Marine  tt-Secheltmarine  Y SURVEYS LTD.  Y captain Bill Murray  YM.C.M.M.C   M.N.A.M.S.  Y M.A.B.Y.C   ��� Marine  Y Surveyors and Consultants  885-3643.  ^TIDELINE MARINE  S637 Wharf tU.  885-4141  23 Penson, twin 165 Merc  H Cruiser, FWC, VHF & sounder,  rebuilt engine & stern drives,  full warranty, gd. crew boat or  fishing charter.  $15,000  Samson 37' FC sailboat, world  cruiser, live aboard,, equipped,  j 42 g. 886-7400 messages. #13s  3  '84 KX 250 CI. exc. cond., little  used, must be seen, '82 MX80,  $175 OBO. 885-7585. #13s  '86 Yamaha 50, low hours, exc.  cond., $300. 885-5904.      #12s  '83 Yamaha XS650, very gd.  cond., $800,885-7190.       #12  1981 VZ490J^ Yamaha, $1400  OBO. 886-4599. #12  '81 XL250 Honda good shape,  $500 OBO. 883-2331, 883-2270.  '      #13  HELP WANTED  The Town of Gibsons is  seeking A temporary Accounting and Payroll Clerk.  Applicants should have  some bookkeeping experience, preferrably on a  computerized system in a  union environment.  Familiarity with municipal  fund accounting would be an  asset. The position is to  begin as soon as possible  and will continue for three to  six months. Applications  should be addressed to the  Clerk-Administrator, Town  of Gibsons, P.O. Box 340,  mGibsons, B.C. and should  be received by 4:30 pm,  March 20, 1989.  Pressure  Washers  on Sale  2000. 2500 & 3000 PS!  TIDELINE LOGGING  & MARINE LTD.  WHARF RD. SECHELT  ^   . 885-4141  1976 Hourston Glasscraft, 17%',  4 cyl., I.B. 120 Merc leg, hardtop  trailer, $3500. 883-9303 eves.  #11  12' aluminum boat with trailer,  5V2 Evinrude Fisherman, $1200  OBO. 886-4824:       y .#12  '84-17' BOSTON WHALER MON-  TAUK centre console 80 HP,  Merc, galvanized trailer, Biminy  top, video sounder, $15,500.  #13s  24.  Wanted to Rent  Responsible N/S couple with  baby require clean, 2 bdrm.  home, Davis Bay - Gibsons, long  term. 885-7841. #11  Man, 35, quiet, looking for 1 or 2  bdrm. house Gibsons area, good  carpenter, up to $450/mo.  886-3169. #11  2-3 bdrm. house, Davis Bay to  Gibsons, N/S couple with child,  May or June. 483-3173 collect.  #11  3 bdrm. house, Sechelt/Rbts.  Ck. area, 3 children, no pets.  886-3789- #11  ^Quiet non/drinking, non/smok-:  ing UBC Forestry student requires room and board, May-  Aug., Gibsons, Langdale, Port  Mellon. Private room in quiet  home preferred. Phone collect  eves. 452-3388. #13  Gentleman would like to share  your apartment or rent a room  with kitchen privileges. Write to  Box 304, c/o Coast News, Box  460, Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0.#13  Working couple w/2 school aged  children, want 3-4 bdrm. house  Langdale to Veterans Rd., long  term rent pref., refs. 886-2758.  #13  Provincial govt, employee  w/family needs 3 bdrm. house,  N/S, no pets. 885-5164 or  886-9485. #13  House or cottage, Gibsons to  Halfmoon Bay by April. 885-3592  or 943-7703 collect. #11  For Rent  PRIME RETAIL  OFFICE SPACE  For Lease - 627 sq. ft.  Gibsons Quay,  Next to Dentist & Real Estate  Great Harbour view  886-9110 days  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities.  Phone 885-2752 or 885-9863.  #12  Welcome Beach Hall for socials,  etc. c/w full kitchen facilities.  885-5270. #11  Quiet, clean, self-contained semi-  furnished cottage, lower Gibsons,  heat incl., suit single working  man, lease pref., refs. please,  avail. Mar. 1, $410/mo.  886-2694. #11  Selma Vista mobile home park,  under new ownership, pad space  available, some with view.  885-7834. #11  Alternative Lifestyle small group  home for Seniors. Meals, central  Gibsons, view, garde. 886-8452.  #12  New 3 bdrm. house, Sechelt  area, for lease 6 to 12 mos.,  $600/mo. avail. Apr. 1.  885-5532 or pager 735-5015.  #12'  Cozy 1 bdrm. suite, working person, convenient location between  upper and lower village, $300.  Call Mon & Tues. only.  886-9326, #11  Sleeping rooms, $150 & $175  montiy, lower Gibsons. 886-4633  aft. 6pm. #13  3 bdrm. SXS duplex, F/R, W/D.  886-9722. #11  INCREASE YOUR CHANCES! LET  OUR FINGERS DO YOUR TALKING! Call Arbutus Office Services  for fast and confidential preparation of your resume - 885-5212  TFN  Sechelt Immediate Care Facility  requires Long Term Care Aids for  permanent part time and casual  positions. Apply to Janette Kennedy, Box 1580, Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0. 885-5126. #11  Part time Receptionist required at  small professional office in Gibsons. Should be available for  relief-work. Letter of application/resume, c/o Box 1301, Gibsons, B.C. Y #11  GENERAL MANAGER  Required for start-up and operation of a 'one-stop' small business centre. Job Description:  To administer and market the  centre; analyze business proposals; administer a loan portfolio; provide business counselling and technical advice to  clients.   Qualifications:   Experience  in:   entrepreneurial,  business and management ac-'  tivity; lending and financing.  Understanding   of:   business  and employment development  issues in resource based areas..  Knowledge  of  accounting.  Strong computer and interpersonal   skills.   Salary   in  $35-40,000. range.   Closing  date: March 31, 1989. More  information may be obtained at  (604) 885-2639. Send resume  and qualifications to:  SELECTION COMMITTEE  SUNSHINE COAST BUSINESS  DEVELOPMENT CENTRE,  P.O. BOX 1591,  SECHELT, B.C. VON 3A0  Experienced part time bartender,  apply Legion Branch 112, must  have refs. 883-2235. #12  Truck driver, full or part time,  Class 3. 886-7028. TFN  Clerk/Receptionist  To work 25 hours per week for  S.C. Home Support Society.  Must have excellent telephone  manner, accurate word processing skills and typing, be well  organized and able to work with  minimal direction. $8.24 per  hour. Reply in writing by Mar. 15  to Box 2420. Sechelt, B.C. VON  3A0 Please include refs.       #11  Pebbles Restaurant requires experienced prep cook, good opportunity for advancement. Call  885-5811 for interview.       #11  Responsible adult, N/S, N/D to  house sit 2 teenagers for occasional weekend, part time, refs.  Reply to Box 303, c/o Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  V0N1V0. #11  Caretaker required Sechelt area,  will supply residence and salary,  refs. req. 437-5577, Linda.  #13  Full time sawyer required for local  sawmill, training provided. Reply  to Box 626, Gibsons. #13  Shorncliffe Intermediate Care'  ..Facility requires RN to fill immediate vacancy. Recent experience in long term care or  geriatric nursing preferred. Apply  to Jan Kennedy, Box 1580,  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-5126.  #13  Wanted - babysitter 2 days/wk.,  Mon., Tues., mid-April thru  June. Roberts Creek area.  885-5363. . #13  Sunshine Coast Transition House  requires Director to operate a  shelter for women in crisis and  their children. Responsiblities Include crisis counselling, program  planning, staff supervision,  financial management, and public  relations. Related experience and  training required and a  knowledge of the dynamics of  family violence. 35 hours per  week. Please submit resumes by  March 24 to the Administrator,  Sunshine Coast Community Services Society, Box 1089, Sechelt,  B.C. VON 3A0. Telephone  885^5881. #11  WAITRESSES &  BARTENDERS  REQUIRED  PENINSULA  MOTOR INN  886-2804  SIGNS���LOGOS  T-SHIRTS  Camera Ready Artwork  Mon. - Thurs.  886-9729  Experienced landscaping,  painters avail., any size jobs,  quality dry firewood for sale.  885-5846. #13  CARPET CLEANING  2 rooms & hall, $59.95, call Gail  885-2373. #13  Tandem dumptruck avail, for  hauling, Liz. 886-7947 days,  886-9033 eves. #16  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  & RENOVATIONS  Reasonable & Reliable  886-2215  TFNs  Drywall Taping, Texturing, Boarding, Large Jobs and Small, Free  Estimates. 886-8594. #12  Income Tax Service - complete  return including duplicate, $10.  Douglas Baird, 1255 Carmen Rd.  886-3955. #15  TREE TOPPING  Limbing, falling danger tree  removal, free est., fully insured.  Jeff Collins 886-8225. #13  Cinderella Service  Home janitorial and maintenance  service 886-2273 or 886-3375  #12  Landscaping, garden design,  construction and maintenance,  refs. 886-7146. #12  Roofing, re-roofing and repairs.  Reasonable and guaranteed.  Lome 885-4190. #16  Carpenter available for kitchens,  sundecks, general remodelling,  refs., Brad 886-2885. #13  H.D. Mechanic, 10 yrs. journeyman wishes to relocate on the  Sunshine Coast, resume avail, on  request. Ron 464-6766. leave  mess. 883-2456. #13  Guess Where  yjss&y"  The usual prize of $5 will be awarded the first correct entry drawn which locates the above. Send  your entries to reach the Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons by Saturday of this week. Last week's winners  were Katherine Rubin and Luke Stephens of  Roberts Creek, who correctly identified the car at  the Wilson Creek European Motors gas station.  Powerful truck mounted  STEAM  CLEANING  equipment, for the  bMt possible results! I  CHERISHED  carpet        a division of  ___ ken devries 4 s0n||  886-3823 floorcoverings  Work Wanted  Don't let overhead wiring ruin  your view or lanscape design.  Olson Electric will run it  underground. 885-1939 for site  evaluation. #13  iSftttS!  WE'RE IN  SECHELT  885-3930  Child Care  DROP IN  Child Minding Service  Wed. to Fri., 9am to 3pm  Out of school care, Mon. to Fri., 3  to 6pm. Sat., 9 to 6pm. 3 hrs.  max., safe fun, licenced.  BANANAS PLAY CARE 886-9261  TFN  Loving babysitter to care for 3  children in my home, Davis Bay,  gd. hourly wage, refs. start immed. 885-3663. #13  4U-       Business  Opportunities  interested in nutrition? Earn excellent income from your home  -company car and free travel  - part time may work with a friend  - no investment, recruiting or experience required - training program available Phone 886-9569.  #12  YOU CAN RUN YOUR OWN  BUSINESS! You name the deal in  this 3000 sq. ft. building located  at 706 Hwy. 101, Gibsons. Let  me give you details that make this  unique offer a great opportunity.  Call Dwayne 988-3151. Block  Bros. Realty, North Van.      #12  Legal  MINES ACT  Notice Pursuant  to Section 7  Take notice that, the Town of  Gibsons has filed with the  Minister of Energy, Mines and;  Petroleum Resources a program for the protection and  reclamation of. the land arid  watercourses affected by the  proposed gravel pit (mine/coal  exploration/sand and, gravel:  pit/quarry) located..at Henr$  Road Works Yard, Lot B, D.Lv  1313, Plan 13354.  Any persons affected by or lire  terested in this program has  30 days to make written  representation to the Minister  at 1A-3411 Shenton Rd.  Nanaimo, B.C. V9T2H1  L. Larsen  Gibsons Municipal Council  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  these Ads appear in the more than 75 Newspapers of the B.C. and Yukon Community '  Newspapers Association and reach more than 1,000,000 homes and a potential two million readers.  $159. for 25 words ($3. per each additional word) Call the Coast News at 885-3930 to place one.  AUTOMOTIVE  EDUCATION  FOR SALE MISC.  No down payment and bank  financing O.A.C. Lease/purchase new, used trucks,  cars. B.C.'s largest Ford  Dealer since 1927. Call Bob  Langstaf? collect 522-2821.  Q.#S276.          ���  No money down OAC.  Lease/buy any new/used  truck or van. Deal direct  with Factory Broker. Call  Keith collect 874-0778.  DL6102   BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITIES   Auto engine rebuilder. Super clean, complete rebuild  ' facility ready for growth  from aggressive management. Greater Vancouver.  $118,000. Corp. Business  Brokers. Call Doug, 681-  3155.   Extra income easy. Home  business program information. Self-addressed, stamped envelope. J. Briggs Enterprises, 725-4th Ave., Box  158C,   Port  McNicoll,  Ont.  LOK IRQ.    Dealers and distributors  wanted in your area for  water purifiers. Invest $5000  for a direct distributorship.  Call Brent at (604)986-0309,  North Vancouver. Indepen-  dent Distributor.   Engine Rebuilding Shop.  Full fine of equipment.  Well-established, excellent  potential, statements available. Also large home and  acreage. Owner retiring.  For particulars 398-7728  (business), 392-2078  (even-  Office service business for  sale. Growing In Campbell  River, too much for owner  to handle. Partnership considered. $50,000. 1261 Iron-  wood, Campbell River, BC  VOW 5T4, 287-4140.  Need money? Local and  overseas investors want  worthwhile business ventures. Call F.B.D.B. at 1-  800-663-0433. Yukon call  (403)668-4030.   BUSINESS PERSONALS  Alternate Therapies available in Mexico treating cancer, heart disease, CEBV  Candida, arthritis, etc. Plus  comprehensive resource  guide to other holistic approaches. Send $2 for information package to Life-  works, Suite A, 1885 West  7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC  V6J 1S9.  Train for employment in the  Food Industry. 6-month intense F/T Professional Culinary Training Program  (govt, funding available to  qualifying applicants). Write  or call Canada's largest private trade school: Pierre  Dubruile Culinary School,  1622 West 8th Avenue,  Vancouver, BC V6J 4R8;  738-3155.           Diploma correspondence.  Free calendar. High school  upgrading, English, bookkeeping, Accounting, Computers, Business Administration, Small Business  Management, Office Management, Legal Secretary,  Taxation, Marketing, Personnel, Hotel & Restaurant  ...more. National College,  Vancouver 688-4913. Toll-free    1-800-387-1281    (24  hours)   EQUIPMENT FOR SALE  Ccutts sawmill mounted on  Willock 45' Hi-boy. 6-cylin-  der GMC power unit. 1968  D6C Cat. Phone 847-2430  about 6 p.m.   300kw Blackstone Lister  Diesel Generator. Low  hours, excellent prime power. Lease or sale. Located in  Campbell River. Phone 1-  953-6215 or Vancouver 434-  8069    FOR SALE MISC.  CENTURION SAFES. A  complete line of security  safe* for home or business.  Most Hems shipped from  Stock. Phon* (604J9*��-0451,  ' FAX-  1419  Vancouver.  Lighting Fixtures; JVVestern  Canada s largest display.  Wholesale and retail. Free  Catalogues available. Nor-  burn Lighting Centre., 4600  East Hastings Street, Burn* -  aby, B.C. V5C 2K5. Phone  1-299-0686.    Hobby ceramic distributor  close-out. Save to 60%.  Glazes, stains, brushes,  tools, bisque, greenware,  molds, kilns and more. 594-  9955. Pacific Western Ceramic, 2-1211-86th Ave., Sur-  rev V3W 3H8.  Kitchen unit, 59%" w., 25"  d., 3514" h.. stainless steel  top with sink and taps;  3-element electric range-,  oven, drawer and refrigerator. Complete $599.95; 2  for $1150. Buy and Save,  9818 Fourth Street, Sidney,  B.C. 1-656-7812.   Competitively priced resawn  shakes, heavy or medium.  Phone Cedar Haven, 485-  6674,   HELP WANTED  GARDENING  Curved glass patio extensions starting at $1195.  Hobby greenhouses starting  at $599. Full line of greenhouse accessories. Call B.C.  Greenhouse Builders or  write 7425 Hedley Avenue,  Burnaby, B.C. V5E2R1.  Interested in Greenhouse or  Hydroponic Gardening?-  Greenhouses $195., Hydroponic Gardens $39., Hal ides  from $140. Over 2000 products in stock, super prices.  Free Catalogue call Toll  Free 1-800-663-5619. Water  Farms,  1244 Seymour St.  . PROW. IWWJ8W-0451,  [604P6*S-t7 or write  Charlotte Rd.,  North  ouvr, BC V7J 1H2.  Jasper Aquatic Centre Association have 3'x8* solar  panels with glazed front for  sale, $200 each. For more  Information phone (403)852-  ������-    Vancouver, B.C. V6B 3N9.  HEALTH  Vitamin Discounts Stores In  Vancouver offers across-  Canada mail order. Write  to: BEA Per Capita, 260  S.W. Marine, Vancouver,  B.C. V5X 2R5 for your free  catalogue.       ���  HELP WANTED  Position available for experienced Real Estate Salesman in the thriving community of Smithers. Good  commission splits; moving  expense compensation.  Send resume to Manager,  Box 2588, Smithers, BC VOJ  2N0        Automotive Painter required  immediately for GM dealership In Port Hardy. 5 years  experience or better. Please  call Craig at 949-7442 or  reply to P.O. Box 1589, Port  Hardy. BC VON 2P0  Nursery manager/grower.  Required for B.C. Forest  Seedling Container Nursery.  Prefer 2 years conifer growing experience. Salary, and  benefits negotiable, commensurate with experience,  qualifications. Send resume  to: Box "I", Cariboo Observer, #4. 462 Reid, Quesnel,,  BC V2J 2M6, deadline  30/3/S9.  Assistant Parts Manager required by Vancouver Island  GM Dealership. Piease submit resume and salary expectations to Box NIG,  #414-1033 Davie St., Van-  couver, BC V6E 1M7.  PUB MANAGER - well-experienced, market-oriented,  enjoys devoting full energies to profitable, tight  operation of one of Vancouver's leading facilities. Excellent salary and benefits.  Call 1-800-663-5403, A.  Tomlinson, Centennial  Hotel.    Auto body repair: journeyman or 4th-year apprentice  required for a busy modern  well-equipped   shop.   Must  be experienced in collision  repair. Call Norm at (604)  635-3929 (Terrace).  BODY   SHOP   MANAGER  required   by   GM   dealer.  Successful applicant will be  required to do body, paint  work, estimates and manage  shop. Mail enquiries to E.J.  Klassen GM, Box 1589, Port  Hardy, BC VON 2P0 or call  Craig at 949-7442.  Unemployed? Be your own  boss., 137 proven businesses  with start-up details you can  start  from  your  home  on  shoestring. Make money immediately.   Details,  send  S.A.S.E. to Enterprises, 821  McCartney   Rd.,   Kelowna,  BC V1Z 1R9.  Experienced cuberman,  packers and sawyers required for Pitt Meadows mill.  1-465-5407.  Press   Operator   with   2-5  ���years Two-Colour Experience required  for  Heidelberg MOZP by large Eastern Ontario printer located  in large town  in heart of  outdoor recreation area, yet  close to several cities. Compensation Includes hourly of  $12.15 - $15.53 (under review), shift premium, profit  sharing and excellent benefits.   Moving   assistance  available. Cat" Mike Phillips  (613)283-5650 or write: Performance Printing, P.O. Box  158, Smith Falls, Ont. K7A  4T1 ���    ���������������,   ��� ���:��� ���     : ���   ���  -.  NOTICES      __.  SASEENOS SCHOOL 30th  Anniversary Reunion May  19-21 /89 for all those who  attended from 1959-1989.  Contact J. Munson, Principal, Sadeenos School,  Sook-^BCVOSiNO.  PERSONAL  RELIABLE CANADIAN  AND ORIENTAL LADIES  (all ages) seek housekeeping  opportunity, exchange for  shared accomodation, new  locations, companionship,  etc. Request further information  1-547-2020 anytime  (7 days).   PETS AND LIVESTOCK  Wy-Lee Stock - Horse  gooseneck fiat - car haul -~  utility ��� custom built trailers. Stock trailers as low as  $3465. Trailerland Sales &  Service, 1323 McKnlght  Blvd. NE, Calgary. (403)  291-3767.  REAJ. ESTATE  Immaculate 40-acre Hobby  Farm; 1200 sq.ft. house, !���  2200 sq. ft. shop, solar,  diesel power, greenhouse,  good creek, 4.5 miles off  Hwy. 97, Lac La Hache,  $65,900. 395-7100 or 396-  7625, RR#1 C-9, Begg Rd.,  VOK 1T0.  SERVICES  ICBC  Claims?   Call  Injury  Dale Carr-Harrls - 20 years  a trial lawyer with five years  medical school before law.  0-669-4922 (Vancouver). Experienced in head injury  and other major claims. Per-  centage fees available.  Major Injury claims. Joel A.  Wener, personal injury trial  lawyer for 21 years. Call  collect, 736-5500 Vancouver.  If no recovery, no fee. No  Yukon Inquiries.  acv.CN A.  blanket  25 WORDS  i  i  ���I  I  I!  1  m  is  $  I  / '3  :M  !$��  "Tt  ?!  m  ��' nY  i  E&  I  '!  1  ���3  I  I  II  m  is  i  i  I  w  The environment was the featured topic of conversation last week  for   0-ft   to   right)   Paul   Murphey,   MLA   John   Cashore  (Maiilardville-Coquitlam), Howard White and Judy Wilson at the  Sechelt NDP club meeting March 7. ��� Ellen Frith photo  NDP critic raps Socreds  Continued from page 13  Commission) in 1987, the idea  of sustainable development has  come to represent solutions to  the global environment predicaments.  Sustainable development  means, meeting the needs of the  present without compromising  the ability of future generations  to meet their own needs, he  said.  The NDP feel their sustainable development program  is a commitment to creating  more jobs from B.C.'s  resources without harming the  environment.  'No one wants to shut down  any part  of  Cashore said.  our economy,  Touching on two especially  sensitive issues on the Sunshine  Coast, aquaculture and the  pollution of Howe Sound,  Cashore stressed that the  recognition of a common  ground by like-minded people  can lead to solutions of many of  the environmental problems  that exist.  He said when fish farms  became serious concerns to the  residents of Cortez Island, they  got together across party lines  and found a solution satisfactory to both the residents and  fish farmers alike.  "We have got to stop believ-,  ing that nothing can be done  about pollution because preventing   it   is   not   economical,"  I1  Name    ^  Address.  Phone  '/���  1  City  Lot location  J  Continued from page 13 "-���  proach : has been well-received  by highways workers on the  North Shore. They have been  working with him since last  ' year. Both the morale and the  productivity have improved, he  said.  Capilano Services was  welcomed by representatives  from three of the four local  governments. Regional District  Chairman Peggy Connor, and  the mayors of Sechelt and Gib-  Cashore said. "The technology  exists, for example, to enable  pulp mills to all but eliminate  organochlorine discharges."  Cashore pointed out that the  Port Mellon mill, when completed in three years, will be one  of the best mills in B.C. But  monitoring by the provincial  government is still vital.  "The present provincfal  government has been an indulgent parent with out-of-  control kids (big business),"  Cashore said. "Nothing is being  done to bring polluters into  compliance with our inadequate  monitoring standards.  '' "We want to change things  before the stage is set when our  kids ask us, 'why didn't you do  something about it when you  had the chance?' " he said.  takeover  I..'--   .������-.���������.��� -.     ���������'���-:���   ���    ���'    -   Y  ^sorts', all congratulated *Drum-  mond on winning the contract.  They told him they look forward to the continuation of the  good service the area has had  with the highways department  staff.  MLA Long was also enthusiastic about the company's  future. But he warned, "I'll be  your biggest critic if the job isn't  done right. You'll be Rearing  from me, but I think you'lKdo a  good job." \  FRANCIS PENINSULA PLACE  ��Qaj*rSW6y*<*s��:  SUNSOFT ELECTRONICS  & VIDEO RENTALS  883-2988  ''9&  CD*  j^Td5jL&p<^nsR_fi  Rentals, Sales, & Service  883-9114  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24-HOUR TOWING  883-2392  Pender Harbour Diesel  AUTO. MARINE & INDUSTRIAL  PARTS  883-2616  Peninsula Power ��Y  Cable Ltd.  High & Low Voltage Power lines  Outdoor Sub-Stations  883-2218  Marina  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 Days a Week  All Chevron Products  883-2253  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhoe & Dumptruck  Service  883-2747 or 883-2730  enmqr \JUraperies  & NEEDLECRAFT SUPPLIES  883-2274  AC Building Supplies  HOME ALL HARDWARE  883-9551  BONNIE MURRAY  Accountant  883-2857  Pender Harbour & District  MEDICAL HEALTH CENTRE  883-2764'  PENDER HARBOUR  GOLF COURSE  VISITORS WELCOME  '/z m. north of Garden Bay Rd.  r.Kw. 101 883-9541  Pender Harbour  READING CENTRE  TUES - THURS - SAT  1:30 - 3:30  Coast News, March 13,1989  21.  3-:  .: #"t  ,  Continued from page 16  not contain provision for capital  expenditures.  7. Give particular attention  to Appendix 3 of the Moore  Report and the comments and  recommendations contained  therein, which address many of  the concerns we have identified  among the affected residents  during this study.  8. Ensure that new letters patent maintain the Hopkins Landing, Soames Point, Granthams  Landing and Gibsons Zone 1  water districts as is with the pre  sent trustees and in accordance  with Section 6.7 of the  Municipal Act.  9. Arrange for the Hopkins  Landing Waterworks District to  retain control over the Hopkins  Landing esplanade.  10. Arrange for Granthams  Landing Water Improvement  District to retain control of the  Granthams Landing wharfs  community hall and assorted;  lots under their trusteeship.    Y  11/Work through the provincial Partners in Enterprise^  program to attract potential in;Y  dustry to the restructured area:"7;  NOTICE  Under Construction  i  Selling Soon  I  Sunshine  Family Oriented  View Town Homes  Adult Oriented  Single Level  Town Homes  765 School Rd.,  Gibsons  2 & 3 Bedrooms  1280 to 1425 sq. ft.  Twin Oaks  Village  824 North Road,  Gibsons  2 Bedrooms  1029 to 1157 sq.ft.  Marketed By:  Lisa Keller, 886-4680, 946-0887  Montreal Trust 278-8181  ���?..  :���;:���  Sales Office, 765 School Road  For Further Information  Sales Representative on site  Tues. & Wed., Mar. 14 & 15, from 1 to 4  Hans Ounpuu Construction   \  A Division of Twin Oaks Realty Ltd.      r  -<  886-4680,886-7188  MADEIRA PARK SHOPPING C E\TRE  Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 112  KITCHEN OPEN  MON-SAT  Oak Tree Market  Open 7 Days a Week  8 am - 10 pm  CENTRE HARDWARE  & GIFTS  883-9914  S_^^^^^^Yiy^y->��� -> ��� ������  H_H_H___iiM^^Y: Yy  Competitive Prices  Competitive Services  Competitive Selections  Irvine's Landing  Ttovttta & 2W  883-2392  Restaurant  AIR  lust the spot for a  Dvliiious Snack  FRANCES*  HAMBURGER  TAKE-OUT  Need This Space?  Call Myrtle  883-9302  IGA  F00DLINER  ��� >������  (Check our Flyer)  Marina Pharmacy  883-2888  Pender Harbour  Restaurant  Canadian & Chinese Cuisine  883-2413  HARBOUR INSURANCE  AGENCIES LTD.  883-2794  ��aui&'& RESORT  BOAT RENTALS  883-2456  HUGH W. JONES  Lawyer  883-9525  art matrix  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  Pender Harbour  Realty LTD.  883-9525  fax. 883-9524  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  Beaver Island  GROCERY  fay/a.Suhs, Video Games  883-2108  Sales & Service  883-1119  Madeira Marina  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  883-2266  HEADWATER MARINA ltd  Ways. Hi-Pre^ure Washing,  & Year-Round Moorage  883-2406  Garden Bay Hotel  Pub, Waterfrotnt Hoatauraht, Moorage, Air  Charters, Fishing Charters, Bike Rentals  883^8674 Pub        *  863-9919 Hestaufant  Pender Harbour  Community Club  Every Thursday  7:00 pm  Pender Harbour Community Hall  Roosendal Farms  Garden Bay Road  SUPPLIERS OF FRESH  PRODUCE TO THE  SUNSHINE COAST  Telephone 883-9910  KAMMERLE'S  CARPETS COMPLETE  883-9357  Need This Space?  Call Myrtle  883-9302  ^  ftqier JitUi  ttijo* drfay of Buim  f  \ IHMUKWIIIIIW HI"  ,    --.-- *  *   ���  I  r-3  : 22.  Coast News, March 13,1989  PULP   AND    PAPER    LIMITED  HSPP Employees are meeting the challenge to be the  safest mm in the Pulp and Paper industry in British  Columbia. As ol March 11,1989 we have surpassed  our previous record of  114 LOST-TIME INCIDENT FREE DAYS  Sandy Acton  Bill Ahrens  Esko Ahtiainen  Bob Allanson  Dale Allenback  Fred Allnutt Sr.  Fred Allnutt Jr.  Charles Anderson  Carl Anderson  Kenneth Anderson  Robert Anderson  Rick Andrews  Ken Andronyk  Evangelos Angelou  Jim Ansell  Chuck Ashby  Ken Awrey  Robert Baba  Tom Bailey  Merrilee Baldock  Magnus Balle  Ken Barker  Andrea Barnes  Ernest Barnum  Warren Baxter  Alf Beaudry  Normand Belanger  Susan Belanger  Jim Benger  Jock Bennett  Roy Bentley  Lloyd Bingley  Bob Bishop  George Black  Kevin Blanch  Chris Blazicevic  George Bodt  Dale Boghean  Jacques Boisvert  Dale Borley .  Vince Bothwell  Joan Boulton  Roy Boutilier  Agnes Boutin  Brian Bowen  Darryl Bowen  Howard Boyce  Randy Boyes  Balwinder Brar  Alan Braun  Larry Braun  Bob Bredefeld  Richard Bredy  Eric Breu Sr.  Eric Breu Jr.  John Brewis  Wayne Brice  Eric Brignall  Susanne Broadfoot  Renee Brown  Deborah Brown  Struan Brown  Alex Buchanan  Wayne Buchanan  Erwin Buchhorn  Terry Budgell  Will Bulmer  Bill Burnett  Phyllis Burns.  Fred Bushaw  Robert Byrne  Andrew Caffrey  Ken Campbell  Rod Camposano  Pat Camposano  Bruce Carey  Esther Carey  Malcolm Carey  Harry Cargo  Reg Carnaby  Al Carriveau  Dennis Carroll  Stan Carsky  Jeff Carwithen  Pat Cassidy  David Cavalier  Mike Cavalier  Pete Cavalier  Laurie Cerolini  Gordon Chailler  Brian Chalmers  Dave Chance  Joseph Chang  Don Chappell  Denis Chouinard  Norm Christiansen  Wolf Christiansen  Lome Christie  Ian Clark  Kathy Clarke  Bob Coates  David Code  Noel Collins  Felix Comeau  Keith Comeau  Chuck Connor  Ken Corbin  Jerry Covey  Richard Covey  Ed Cox  Tom Creighton  Georgina Crosby  Bob Crosby  Al Currie  Tony Dadson  Don David  Garth David  Rob Davidson  Glyn Davies  Ed Davies  Dan Dawe  Howard Dean  Fran Deboer  Peter Deboer  Ray Delong  Gary Demarco  Cliff Dempster  Jack Dempster  Mel Dempster  Roger Desrosiers  'Doug Dixon  Russ Dixon  Dave Doran  Jim Dorst  Greg Dosenberg  Clark Dougall  Joe Dougherty  Mike Douglas  John Dow  Leo Doyle  Gerry Drombolis  Terry Duffy  ��� Bart Duteau  Bjorn Dybwad  Jack Earwaker  Roger Edmonds  Garnet Edmonds  Jack Eldred  Bill Ellis  Mike Ellison  Larry Empey  John Enevoldson  Sharon Enevoldson  Pete English  Sam Essler  Aria Estrada  Marcell Falardeau  John Feeley  Dora Finlayson  Terry Fischer  Brian Flay  Lisa Fleming  Jim Foglietta  Kelly Foley  Mike Foley  John Folk  Bob Forbes  Bob Fortin  Ken Fosbery  George Francis  June Frandsen  Dan Frank  Bob Fraser  Roy Fraser  Mike Fromager  Kiyoshi Fujimori  Rick Gamache  Dave Gant  Kjell Garteig  Mike Gaudette  Phil Gaulin  Mark Gebel  Paul Gcikie  Randy Gibbons  David Gibson  Ed Gibson  Keith Gibson  Mitchell Gibson  Grant Gill  Robert Gill  Bernie Gillham  Andy Gillies  Frank Girard  Terry Godber  Harry Gokool  Cecil Gordon  John Gordon  Eric Grafc  Barry Graham  Dennis Gray  Dean Graydon  Robert Green  Wayne Greggain  Kim Gregory  John Greig  Bert Hagelund  Henry Han  Jim Hannah  Erik Hansen  Inger Hansen  Bob Hanson  Em lie Harding  Sue Harding  Roy Harris  Dave Harrison  Rollie Harrison  Wayne Harry  John Hart  Kevin Haynes  George Heller  Miro Hejzlar  Fred Henderson  Marjorie Henderson  Mike Hendricks  Martin Henry  Ken Hewitt  Ray Hickman  Richard Hiebert  Clyde Higginson  Vincent Ho  Wah Ho  Roger Hocknell  John Hodge  Mike Hodge  Eric Hogberg  Don Hplding  Steve Holl  Don Holland  Steve Holland  Dave Holmes  Alan Holt  Robert Hood  Don Hoops  Stephen Hoops  Don Horsman  Larry Horvath  Jurgen Hubel  Derek Hughes  Bill Hughes  Holger Huhn  John Huigsloot  Warren Hulleman  Fred Hurren  Stu Husband  Terry Hutchings  Fred Inglis  Duncan Irvine  John Irvine  Richard Irvine  Takahiro Ishizaki  Marvin Iverson  Sandy Jack   .  ��� Donald Jackson  Debbie Jago  Barbara James  Will Jantunen  Dave Jeffrey  John Jensen  Tony Jiew  Philip Joe  Jennifer Johnson  Len Johnson  Paul Johnson  Eddy Jonas  Chris Jones.  Peter Jorgensen  Linda Jossul  Darren Kahl  Hidetoshi Kaminaga  Doug Kammerle  Allen Karapita  Terry Kelley  Don Kennaugh  Dave Kennedy  Tana Kilbride  Chong Kim  Makoto Kinzuka  Tim Kirkham  Hideo Kobayashi  Tim Koftinoff  Harumi Komuro  Jurgen Kowalewski  Ken Krintila  John Kruse  Kurt Kuwert  Mati Laansoo  Pat Lagrandeur  .  Bill Laing  Marlene Laird  Bud Laird  Pierre Larnarche  Dana Lamb  Luke Lappin  George Larson  Dwayne Law  John Law  Esther Lee  Nick Lee if  v Mitch Legault  Dan Leschasin  Roger Lincez  Jim Ling  Lisa Lihtunen  Al Lovrich  Teresa Lu  Robert Luft  Grant Lund  Barry Lymer  Ellen Lymer  Glen McCallum  Bruce McClocklin  Ruth McClocklin  Gordon MacCornb  Ian McConnell  Dave McCutcheon  Donald MacDonald  Diane McDonough  Janice McFarland  Steve McGillivray  Gordon Mcllrath  Dave Mcintosh  Gordon McKenna  Ian MacKenzie  Stan MacKenzie  Jim McLachlan  Kent McLachlan  Neil McLardy  Alex McLean  Neil MacLean  Russ MacLeod  Hugh McNab  Don MacNeil  John McPhalen  Mike Macklam  .Peter Maguire  Wilfred Mah  Wilkie Mah  Jim Mahar  Cliff Mahlman  Ray Mahoney  Ken Makeiff  Bill Maiyea  Harnek Mangat  Dan Mansfield  Bruce Markwart  Melvin Markwart  Bernie Marleau  Dianne Marriott  Brian Martin  Dennis Martin  Gerry Martin  Larry Martin  Terry Martin  John Masgey  Ann Masters  Jack Matthews  Joe Mellis  Tim Meredith  Debbie Merrick  Merv Messner  Ron Meyer  Ray Middlemiss  Bruce Milks  Joan Molidegei  Suli Molidegei  Rod Moorcroft  John Moran  David Morane  Brian Morgan  Alan Morrison  John Moser  Les Mosolanczki  \,   Norman Moss  '\Fred Mowbray  Tom Myslicki  Zoltan Nagy-Gyorgy  Bob Nakamura  Wilf Nestman  Pam Nestman  Jan Neubauer  ^Walter Neufeld  Alf Neumann  Carl Olsen  Mitsuteru Osaka  Brian Ostrosky  Gerry Pageau  Stan Pajor  Stephen Parnham  Harold Parrell  Lloyd Partridge  Tom Patterson  Mel Paul  Bob Paul  Vic Pauls  Don Pearsell  Fay Pease  Jerty Peet  Andy Pelletier  Guy Perry  Bill Perry  Abe Peters  Bill Peterson  Harold Phillips  Bill Phillips  John Pike  Sal Pisanu  Gord Pollock  Pete Power  Cam Prentis  Russ Pulling  Keijo Pyysalo  Ron Qually  Pete Raymer  Bruce Redman  Wolf Reiche  Allan Reid  Don Rheaume  Lynn Rickbeil  Di Riddell  Nick Rinaldis  Sam Ripper  John Ritchie  Ian Roan  Al Robertson  Harry Robertson  Dean Robilliard  Russ Robinson  Randy Rodrique  Gordie Ross  Ray Ross  Vern Rottluff  Wendi Rottluff  Brad Rowan  Bob Rowland  Fred Rupert  Ray Russell  Richard Russell  Stephanie Ryan  Andy Sabo  Yasuharu Sakina  Vic Sallows  Lome Sammartino  John Sanborn  John Sanders  Barbel Sanderson  Doug Sanderson  Neil Sandy  Willie Schmidt  Ernie Schwindt  Don Scott  Ruth Scott  Vic Scott  Wally Seed  Andy Seward  Andrew Seward  Matt Seward  Frank Shaw  Ron Sheel :���  Jim Shepherd  Marie Sheppard  Tatsuo Shibiyama Y,  Kiyotaka Shindo  Orville Shogan  Ron Shorthouse  Joe Shtenz  Glenn Shufflebotham  Dale Silta  Bert Sim  Sam Sim  Blair Skagfjord  Nancy Skelcher  Bill Skidmore  Jiri Smid  Freeman Smith  Jim Smith  Keith Smith  Carl Snazell  Bill Sneddon  Gene Somogyi  Chuck Soumang  Stan Sparmblek  Andy Spence  Geoffrey Spence  Cy Spencer  Evans Spina  Dawrte Stevens  Bob Stevens  Dennis Stevenson  Brian Stewart  Bob Stewart  John Stewart  Mark Storvold  Val Storvold  Al Strang  Lee Strom  Don Stuart  Mickey Stubley  Jake Swaney  Nancy Swanstrom  Vern Swinney  Daniel Tardif  Birthe Teglborg  Alex Ten  Carol Tetzlaff  Del Tetzlaff  John Thorold  Shaun Thorold  Ernie Tjensvold  John Tjensvold  Junichi Tomita  John Tong  Alex Townsend  Ray Trudel  Sonia Trudel  Ray Tsay  Ken Tuppert  John Tumbull  Pat Tyson  Joseph Unger  Don Urquhart  Bob Vance..   .������������<  Karin Vahbrabant  Andy Van Hooydonk  Willie Van Swieten  Nick Van Velzen  ��� Steve Vedoy  Frank Verhulst  Scan Verhulst  Bert Verzyl  Patricia Visser  John Vogan  Jay Walsh  Mike Walsh  Dieter Warneke  Don Watson  George Watt  Graham Webb  Terry Webb  Chris Webster  Jim Westell  Pat Wheelihan  Larry Whieldon  Bill White  Dennis Whitehead  Dan Widsten  Russ Widsten  Glen Williams  Harry Wilson  Ron Wilson  Bill Wilson  Mark Wilton  Ken Windsor  Bob Wing  Barry Wingfield  Pat Winn  Jim Wolansky.  John Wong  Tom Wong  Charles Wood  Myrtle Wood  Robin Woolmer '  Alex Yim  Larry Young  Bob Young  Allan Zimmerman  w  is-  This achievement is the result  of every employee, every day  of the collective efforts  m  St  I,


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