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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament buildings  Victoria, B.C. VJV 1X4  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1(9 4 5  NMay 4,1992 Volume 46 Issue 18  Tactics, cutbacks threaten pesticide policies  by Rose Nicholson  Local environmental activist Carole  Rubin is concerned that new pesticide  regulations recently approved by the  federal govenunenl will lose iheir effectiveness because of blocking tactics  present!) being employed by large  agricultural and chemical companies.  And governmenl tuiiding cutbacks  would effective)) reduce surveillance of  implementation of the new regulations  by environmental groups, she said.  Rubin, who is the national co-ordi-  nator ol the caucus of the Environmental Network, was a member of a team  made up of representatives for the  chemical producers. Ihe Federation ol  Agriculture, the Canadian Labour  Congress and others who spent two and  a half years reviewing Canada's pesticide laws, culminating in a report submitted lo the government in December  1990.  "It was a model for pesticide regis  tration which we  felt would deal  more adequately  with pest management rather than  using chemical pesticides." said Rubin.  "One of the goals which we got all the  stakeholders to agree on was that Canada reduce its dependency on pesticides  in all sectors - forestry, agriculture and  urban use."  Rubin said the report recommended  alternatives that would prevent problems in Ihe first place, such as crop  rotation, multi-cropping and soil enrichment. The recommendations of the  report were approved by cabinet in  February of this year. One of the recommendations was that a committee  made up of the same representatives  from the original group oversee implementation of the new regulations so that  no single group would have more inpul  Local environmentalist says new  regulations already being undermined  than others at that stage  "But what's happened lately," Rubin  said, "the federal government has  agreed to having this committee (for  surveillance) bul they're not funding  our participation in it. So all the voices  except the environmental voice will be  at the table. The result of that has  already been a decision that the committee will be a non-profit organization  so it can seek funds outside of government, which of course means agro-  chemical funds for things like biotechnology.  "To us it's really clear they don't  want lo fund us because they don't want  us there, so they can make changes.  Now they have  our signature on  Ihe document they  can say we have  agreed to whatev-   er is done."  Rubin explained that biotechnology involves not only  the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizer, but also the genetic engineering  and patenting of seeds. In theory this  leads to the development of seed strains  which are resistant to insects, but she  pointed out that this causes a depletion  of the gene pool for seeds and "you're  dealing with the pest once it's arrived,  not with what caused the pest to come  in the first place, which is the depletion  of Canada's soil."  Rubin said another concern of the  Environmental Network is a move by  big agricultural companies for government regulations that would permit any  farmer to import pesticides which  would supposedly be equivalent to  those registered for use in Canada. But,  she said, the Environmental Network  has learned that there is a already a  widespread practice of illegal importing  of pesticides into this country which are  not registered for use in Canada. Network members are concerned that any  permit lo allow individual farmers lo  import pesticides would only compound  the abuses.  "The reason they're not registered  for use here is because they've been  assessed as harmful to the environment  or to human health." said Rubin.  Individuals within Agriculture Canada and Customs and Excise have privately told members of the Environmenlal Network they have been aware  of the illegal trade for some time but it  flourishes because of inadequate manpower to monitor border checkpoints,  with only three officers being assigned  to cover the whole Canada US border.  Uniqueness  stressed in  Sechelt OCP  Lynn f.iainpa. head guard at (iibsous swimming pool, takes a  dip. Both the swimming pool referendum and town aldermanic  by-election went to a vote Saturday after Coast News press time.  Look to Thursday's Weekender for results.        Joel Johnstone photo  Census shows Sunshine Coast  population soaring, up 24 per cent  by Stuart Burnside  The Coast is booming, and  we're not talking logging. The  results of the 1991 census were  released last week and the population of the Sunshine Coast  has increased by 24 per cent  since 1986, giving il one of Ihe  highest growth rales in the  province. The population went  from 24,257 in 1986 to over  30,045 in 1991.  The Town of Gibsons  showed the lowest growth rale  over the five-year period going  from 2,675 people In 1986 lo  .1,138 residents lasl year, nn  increase of 17.3 percent.  The regional district rose 24  per cent from 16,768 residents  in'86lo 20,784 for'91.  Figures were not available  for Ihe Sechell Indian Government District, but the district of  Sechelt showed the highest  overall population growth by  moving from 4,814 lo 6,123  people for an increase of 27.2  percentage points.  Sechelt's growth will likely  cost tlte municipality the most  as it is well beyond the 5,000  population mark lhat makes it  necessary for municipalities to  provide their own policing.  Until now the district, like Gibsons, has had RCMP service  provided by the province.  The expected cost of provid  ing policing is around $475,(XK)  a year, with diminishing government grants available for the  first three years.  "We've been expecting this,"  said Sechelt mayor Nancy  MacLarty, "We've known for  quite some time we were going  to be above Ihe 5,000 mark."  She said the municipality's  administrator, Art Lew, would  discuss Sechelt's situation at the  next council meeting.  "ll does mean we'll have  eight police officers for lite Districl," MacLarty added. There  are presently nine officers for  the entire stretch of Highway  101 from Roberts Creek to  Egmont. The eight officers  MacLarty mentioned would  stay in Sechelt and other  arrangements would have to be  made for surrounding areas.  A spokesman for Statistics  Canada said the population on  the Coast could be attributed  largely to retirees moving to the  area. "It's probably got something to do with the climate," he  said.  While the population on the  Coast continues to soar, as evidenced by a burgeoning real  estate market, unemployment is  still one of the highest in the  province, at something over 20  per cent.  byStuartlunts.de  The new municipal planner  for Sechelt, Rob Buchan,  recommended last week that  each area of the districl be treated as a separate entity, a "distinct community," and have  equal representation in Sechelt's  upcoming Official Community  Plan (OCP) revision.  Buchan made the recommendation at Tuesday's  planning meeting,      calling for separate  committees comprising residents of  the municipality's  various neighbourhoods (Sandy Hook,  and Tuwanek, Wilson Creek, Davis Bay  and Selma Park,  West Sechelt) to work out their  own chapters of the over-ail  community plan.  Each community is to determine the best course of development for their area in consultation with other residents, business owners and the municipal  planner, then present the information to an overall Sechelt  OCP committee. Each neighbourhood committee will select  one of its members to serve on  the Sechelt OCP committee.  When Sechelt's present OCP  was first drawn up after the districl expanded in 1986, all Ihe  neighbourhoods, according to  Buchan, were "painted wilh a  broad brush," and treated as part  of an overall picture of Sechelt  without proper consideration for  each area's uniqueness.  "It is imperative lhal Ihe singularity of the various neighbourhoods of the Districl of  Sechelt now be recognized in a  new review of the OCP as never  1 think this  is real  democracy'  ���Mayor Nancy  MacLarty  before," said Buchan in his presentation, "as the 'broad brush'  treatment... does not adequately  address the needs generated by  these separate communities."  "I think this is real democracy," said Sechelt mayor  Nancy MacLarty of Buchan's  suggestion. "To allow people  the latitude to deal with their  own neighbourhoods is an  important aspect of the OCP."           As part of his  OCP recommendation, and stemming  from his recent  experience as the  planner responsible  for Gibsons' OCP,  Buchan recommended an all encompass-  """ ing geotechnical survey be done of the municipality  before the OCP revision takes  place "to withstand the  inevitable challenges (Ihe  municipality will face)."  The geotechnical work,  done by hired engineers and  consultants, would establish  what areas of the municipality  are suitable for given uses. It  would, for instance, allow council to pass bylaws restricting  tree-culting on properties where  erosion is deemed a risk. Each  neighbourhood committee is lo  use the information as a reference for Ihe individual plans  ihey create.  The cost of ihe geotechnical  work, according to Buchan,  would be covered by a provincial grant.  The planning committee  unanimously accepted Buchan's  OCP 'methodology' recommendation and it will be presented  for approval at the next council  meeting.  Inside  community page 7  WWmt MnNH                r^ta^*  adaxaUaa  page 18  tamtam     P*9$17  HUame     page 18  mtitar      page 8  apea       page 23  tportt       pagan  travel        page 23  Gibsons bus embroiled in transit schedule battle  byCharttiHart  The Gibsons Bus may have won a  recent battle to stay on the road, but a  revised BC Transit schedule announced  last week is a devastating blow to community transit service, according to the         Gibsons Bus society.  "It's a real shock based on what's been happening in  the last few months," said Gibsons Bus driver Diane  Schafer, referring to meetings between the bus society,  the transit commission and the regional district in an  attempt to work out a co-operative schedule leading to  eventual integration of the two systems.  Instead, the scheduling, route-and transfer proposals  put before the SCRD transportation comminee April 23  by BC Transit ore a direct attack on the community nonprofit bus service, the society says.  "The Gibsons Bus Society feels it has been torpedoed  by the provincial bureaucracy," directors said in a news  release after meeting to discuss the predicament last  Monday.  "The society believes BC Transit's actions will result  in a drastic reduction of local bus services if transit  implements its new transit plan."  New BC Transit plans could put non  service under, says society  Coast MLA Gordon Wilson organized a meeting with  local politicians and society directors at his constituency  office Saturday to decide what, if any, action to take.  Gibsons aid. John McNevin, noting he would be  unable to attend Saturday's meeting, argued all parties  should get together in an attempt to son out an acceptable transportation arrangement.  McNevin, who attended the SCRD session last month  when the Gibsons Bus made its scheduling proposals,  said he was under the impression that an agreement was  reached then. "1 thought they understood the concerns of  Gibsons, the Gibsons Bus and the Area E," he said. "We  felt it had been resolved.  If Transit didn't find the proposal acceptable or felt  the need to make substantial changes, it should have  come back and discussed those with the committee,  McNevin said. "They had an obligation to come back to  the community and say this is not acceptable."  profit  The society charged that certain  times and routes have been adjusted at  the expense of the Gibsons Bus. "As a  result of this action, service will most  likely be eliminated to Lower Gibsons,         and area E, as well as Sunday, holiday  and evening services to and from the  Langdale Ferry," the release says.  In addition, the transfer system proposed would leave  only a two- minute margin, making it almost impossible  to make connections between the two transit services,  stranding riders trying to travel up the Coast.  "BC Transit is unable or unwilling to provide the service the Lower Coast now enjoys, but is taking unilateral  action in absorbing prime time and high volume routes  from the Gibsons Bus, which will cause the demise of  the existing supplementary service," the society says.  "The Gibsons Bus cannot operate if allowed to service only the routes BC Transit does not want or is  forced to to follow behind BC Transit and pick up passengers that Transit has missed."  BC Transit failed to return calls prior to deadline to  comment on its scheduling proposals.  kHaariLaakaaaaatafel  14^  .**���!�� Coast News. May 4. 1992  Q\\t (Lorporation of tljr  Pistrirt at' 5rrliflt  PUBLIC NOTICE  Spring Clean-Up  The District of Sechelt's Public Works Department will be collecting all  debris from residential properties othet than vehicles. gvproc. concrete  materials, stumps, logs, fuel and oil tanks or automotive paints and  thinners.  Materials are to be taken to curbside by the deadline indicated in the  following areas:  news  SELMA PARK  DAVIS BAY  WILSON CREEK  4:00 P.M  TUESDAY, MAY 5  WEST SECHELT  4:00 P.M.  WEDNESDAY, MAY 6  4:00 P.M.  THURSDAY, MAY 7  EAST PORPOISE BAY  SANDY HOOK  TUWANEK  SECHELT VILLAGE   |_   SUNSHINE HEIGHTS   Pick-up of materials will occur on the days following the above dates.  Regular garbage collection will take place as usual and will NOT be picked  up as part of this programme.  Seafood business suffer  following red tide scare  Fisheries office says Coast is clear  A red tide scare is hurting  prawn fishing business for a  Pender Harhour family There is  no danger of the paralytic shell-  ti-h poisoning from shrimp,  prawns ax crabs, but Jane Reid.  who sells her husband's locally  .aught prawn- at an open air  -und in Sechelt. says her cus-  MOMH don't know that  She said television coverage  of a case of red tide poisoning in  ihe Queen Charlotte Strait area  has scared people oil eating any  seafood The poison onl> COB-  taminates bivalves, such as  clams, oysters, and mussels, bul  "most people don't know what  bivalves are." Reid said  After the stoty aired OB  BCTV April 8, aWtfl bSaWWI  plummeted "My daughter said  that sales |ust dropped BwfJ  customer was nervous ot the red  tide scare "  She didn't bun): her prawns  to market lor ihe next Iwo days.  Just In Time For Mothers Day  THE GIFT GIVING SOLUTION  ^^^^^^^^^1     ��� Reminder Services  ��� Gift Shopping, Wrapping, & Mailing  ��� Greeting Cards ��� Invitations ��� Letters  -r-ttV  ^k\\^8W  886-9087  Carol Bishop  Jane Reid  shipping them to a Vancouvei  wholesale! instead "|Business|  was so had I lhou|ihl I'd let it |o  a couple ol days and lei people  Milliner down "  The scate was caused by a  case ol red tide poisoning in  Kmitconie Inlet, located on the  mainland about KM) kilometres  east of Port Hardy  Two men were  paralyzed within  an hour of  eating  contaminated  clams  Two men were paralyzed  within an hour of eating contaminated clams. They stopped  breathing and had to be evacuat  ed by helicopter The Depart  mem of Fisheries and Oceans  has closed the waters in that  atea, but the Sunshine Coast is  not affected  Irene Boyd, a clerk at the  Madeira Park Fisheries office,  said she has been getting calls  "left, right, and centre" from  people concerned about red tide  She said there is no red tide  in (his region and thai it is sale  lo eat shellfish except for butler-  clams, which may still be con  laminated from red tides of the  past  Rutlerclams can retain the  toxin for up to seven years,  while other shellfish flush themselves clean within a few-  months of a red tide.  Red tides are a natural event,  occurring when there is a sudden growth or "bloom" of algae  which can colour water red.  Most algae blooms are harmless, but algae in the Gonyaulax  family produce a nerve poison  which can be deadly to people.  The poison is harmless to  clams, but because they fillet  seawater they build up high concentrations of ihe poison during  a red tide, they can become  extremely toxic: one of the men  paralyzed in Kincome Inlet ate  just one bite of a clam.  Woohvorflv  STORE HOURS:  MON. -THURS: 9:30-6, FRI: 9:30-9, SAT: 9:30*6, SUN: 11-5  Gibson?  LANDING  mm   2l*   **\  im a nrpp  ... j AR i  jJIGHT HERE!  LANDING DAYS  WATCH FOR IT! Coast News, M.iy 4, 1992  news  The Sunshine toast  Salmon I iili.iiiciiiiinl  Society'stSCSKS) bid tu buy  the Chapman Creek  hatchery look another big  step forward Thursday as  society president Seane Keid  accepted a $251X1 cheque  from Dale Kit her on behalf  or Ihe Sunshine Coast Credit  Unions. SCSKS now  needs MtUMMI lo compiele  Ihe SI.SIMMH) purchase.  Iix-I Johnstone photo  MOTHERS DAY BRUNCH  |   Sunday May 10 1 lam  2:30pm  DINNER SPECIALS  * Chicken Sonvlaki  ��� Filet of Sole  ��� 8oz New York Steak  Your Choice  Soup or Sidad���Carlic Bread  and All The Trimmings  TUESDAYS FREE PIZZA  with order  S.tlaini & Pineapple  WEEKLY SPECIALS  STILL IN EFFECT  anDaV's f  MK.HWAY   101    l.ll.s'tMs        %-���*-*   ()�����.   IMF   Klpill   1 Ml   Hill  Howe Sound regional round  table gathering momentum  by Stuart Burn-ride  A local round table is being  established lo discuss the Inline  of economic and social growth  ol Howe Sound, one that could  setve as a prototype for other  regional round tables springing  up around the province.  A discussion group of Mi-odd  "stakeholders," met in West  Vancouver lasl week to begin  lalks on how the round table  should lie formed  The stakeholders, according  to discussion participant Tint  Turner, are people with an interest or expertise in Howe Sound,  representatives from industries,  environmentalists, prospective  developers and concerned residents (Mayor Eric Small represented Gibsons and SCRD  director Jeremy Frilh for Area  F).  Local round tables are a spin  off of the provincial Round  Table on Environmental and  Economic Sustainability that  spent three years investigating  Ihe future of BC development.  "This was one of the recommendations of that process,"  Turner said He said the provincial round table recognized the  need, because of the broad  scope of provincial concerns, to  make round table discussions a  more local issue.  To that end, and also as a  result of the provincial round  table process, n guide book for  tTteeslalr-Hshiiieiit it'rid procedures of local round tables has  been produced.  The big questions for Howe  Sound, as identified in the round  table guide book, are "How do  we envision the future growth of  Ihe area'.'...How do we achieve  SEQUOIA LANDSCAPING  Residential and Commercial  ��� New Lawn  ��� Ground Maintenance  Retaining Walls  Cedar Fencing  Deck and Gazebos  LTD  PHONE  889-72<t8  889-0930  lOSfafllaxt Dltaonatrt  Pruning  Complete Landscape and Garden Service  sustainable development.''  The World Commission on  the Environment and Development defines sustainable development as "developmem which  meets llie needs of the present  generation without compromising the ability of future generations lo meel Iheir own needs."  The Round Table is lo develop ils own terms of reference,  establish its own priorities and  arrange its own agenda.  The information gleaned  from the process is to be presented to provincial and local  governments as a guide for  future decision making and will  help with llie forming of oilier  local round tallies.  "This will be, (perhaps) the  first local round lable to be set  up in the province," Turner  said.  In addition to making recommendations to the government,  the round table is encouraged to  hold public discussions, workshops and training seminars to  further the sustainable development goal.  It is mandated,to address  specific environnfrntaH, commercial, residential and road  development issues, and encourage community self-sufficiency  through co-operation between  people.  Turner said lhat at the first  discussion, keynote speakers  had a say before participants  broke into small discussion  groups that centred around how  the long-term round lable should  proceed.  "A steering committee is  being appointed and will meet  on May 24," he said. Once the  round table is in operation, subcommittees will be formed to  meet regularly and do most of  ihe actual work.  ��^  a*     X  WCB FALLER TRAINING  STANDARD PRESENTATION  The WCB will demonstrate the new "Faller Training  Standard"starting at 8:30 A.M. on Saturday, May 16th at  the Driftwood Inn in Sechelt.  This presentation is intended for Supervisors, Bullbuckers,  Fallers and Buckers.'Taller Audit" will also be discussed  and there will be a question and answer period.  For more information  regarding this presentation, please contact  Pat Davie. Phone 276-3100, local #5582.  Fax 276-3247.  Ik  ��w  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  BOARD ?WSi  lllana  TRAIL BAY MALL  MAY 21,22 & 23  Limited Rental Space  Available  If you have a product  in the area of:  ��� Recreation  ��� Decking  ��� Gardening  ��� Furniture  ��� Boating, Etc...  Contact  Holloway ��� 885-3651  The bases are loaded with great savings un il'iece PI9.cc Sellings, -4 Pici c Serving Scis and  l-Pieic Hostess Sets!  Right nova is Ihe besl lime lo purchase vinir beautiful Oneida Sllverplali' or tll/11 stainless  flatware. Whether for .1 wedding gift, .1 birthday gift, or as a gjfl In MUirseli, there 5 a good  feeling of owning a new sel ul Oneida.  II II LIFETIMI WMvKANI'Y ��� niMIVVASIIIksMI  Cowrie St., Sechelt  885*2616  ���KITCHEN  GflRMVflL  ,, CoaistNevvs, May 4, 14*) 2  A lesson for us  in the maelstrom  A terrible tide of rage and violence is sweeping aerass  the United States as this is written. Touched off by the  acquittal of tour officers of the Los Angeles Police  Departmenl charged with the beating of black motorist  Rodney King, there has been an explosion of rage and  resentment the like of which has not been seen since the  Watts riot in the early 1970s.  No matter what the merits of the court decision which  freed the Los Angeles policemen, this is a development in  the iiKreasinglv harried life of the most powerful country  in the world winch must give all thinking people pause.  The riots which begin in Los Angeles and which have  spread rapidly to other American cities could not be taking place without a terrible anger already in place. That  the court case in Lais Angeles was tlte fuse lhat set off this  explosion is obvious; it is equally obvious that the keg of  dynamite which exploded is tlte resentment of the poor  and the dispossessed in what was until very recently the  richest country on earth  Lasl fall. b> chance, we found ourselves driving  through the south side of Chicago. We had intended to  bypass the city but underestimated its enormous sprawl. It  was a scary place to be. There was no overt anger, no  obvious threat to safetv and well-being of chance passers-  by; but there was definitely clear evidence of terrible  poverty and terrible nnliappiness.  Without exhaustive research, we would be bold enough  to suggest that the poorer and core areas of many American cities have these terrible neighbourhoods of despair  where the citizens of the world's leading nation live in  conditions physical and spiritual which rival any in the  Third World.  That most of these poor are the minorities, the African  Americans and the Hispanic Americans, is an enduring  truism. Their pain ami despair is made Ihe more poignant  by the daily access that they have by way of American  television to depictions of ihe American dream, a world  with no hunger, no want and constant canned laughter.  This is assuredly no time for Canadian smugness. This  country is no stranger to racial tensions and to impoverished racial minorities.  But it is safe to say that the difficulties that this country  faces are as nothing compared to the seething cauldron of  racial despair and poverty which the Rodney King case  has just blown the top off in the United States.  It is a time for compassion and sympathy for our neighbours; a time of terrible trouble.  But surely it is more than that. The tendency in Canada  in recent years has been towards an ever closer relationship with our giant neighbour to the south. There are  those who think that assimilation is already inevitable.  The events which have burst into being, first in Los  Angeles, then across the United Stales are a sharp  reminder to all Canadians that, troubles though we have,  this is a gentle country with much to recommend it.  We are not a perfect society, here in Canada. We too  have chronic problems which we seem slow to recognize  and deal with. But the tensions amongst us have not built  to the dangerous levels which exist in much of the United  States and if we are quick and capable of learning from  our own mistakes and those of others, we may avoid the  worst excesses of injustice and chronic despair.  There may, in this one hundred and twenty-fifth year  after Confederation, be a very good reason indeed to  renew our Canadianism.  opinion  mu! ��nat\M,AM Hbttp  wurnevMc wm n a  %-w* ou JMMKSE  i obmr���  vrencMTMHti. �����*��  ��i��iii��������**/  tatWaV err- h*>a  ttlCHI UPIi  IHMttMl  MM KID ***** *������,  IW UP MAN S*D, *V��U, m  vlML-OMtMDI* I  letters  Noise initiatives  welcome  Open letter to Cecil Merrill,  Construction Aggregates Ltd.  Further lo your letter of April  15 last, please he advised 1 confirm 1 did advise you the sponsorship of a town hall meeting by  your company to hear residents'  complaints regarding your  Sechelt operation would be a  gesture of good will to the residents of Sechelt as well as being  good public relations for Construction Aggregates Ltd.  You may not feel the meeting  that took place was confrontational nor upsetting. That makes  me wonder whether we were at  the same gathering, Mr. Merrill.  You specifically said before and  during the meeting that the pur-  pose w��s to hear from residents  who had been experiencing problems arising from the operation  of the Sechell gravel pit. There  had already been letters to Ihe  editor in the local papers with  headings like 'Do you want noise  or jobs?' To my mind, the action  you took in closing down the  mining operation so that your  employees could attend a meeting that was specifically called to  hear residents' concerns was a  certain formula for confrontation.  I'm sure you did not expect any  of your employees lo voice concerns about the operation, after  all, I'm sure they had been given  to understand their jobs might be  at stake if people in our community spoke too loudly about the  nightly noise.  Some of the residents who  came took time off from their  jobs without pay to be there. Did  you dock your employees for  attending? Do you think they  would have attended if you had?  Were they therefore paid to  attend? I find it confusing to hear  you say at the meeting that the  reason you have to work around  the clock is financial yet you  were able to afford to close down  tbe graveyard shift to accommodate employees. Would Construction Aggregates Ltd ever  consider closing down a shift to  accommodate residents?  1 am glad to hear that Construction Aggregates is taking  some steps to begin alleviating  noise emanating from your operation. As you know, this has been  a problem for many residents of  Sechelt for some Iwo years now.  As far as the committee is  concerned, you ask that employees be equally represented. This  will be up to lite committee and  the terms of reference which are  as yet unformed. However, I personally feel that to have equal  employee representation on Ihe  committee might once again lead  lo confrontation and certainly a  potential deadlock in voting.  I reiterale here what 1 said at  the meeting This should mil  become a 'jobs versus residents'  situation. As mayor, 1 know thai  jobs are important in this community. 1 also know that residential taxes are the prime source of  income lor Sechelt  1 am sure the people of  Sechelt look forward to attending  another public meeiing in  September and it is my hope, as I  am sure it is yours, lhat al that  time all problems will lv a lliiug  of the past  NANCY MACLARTY,  Sechell Minor  Crowning concert  We would like to give a  hearty thank you lo Louise Baril,  Dorothy Nairne and other members of the Arls Council for a  very special season of Countryside Concerts and the crowning  of the season with the wonderful  concert on Sunday by our own  Lyn Vernon.  How lucky we are to see and  hear such talent on the Sunshine  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Coast  Thanks to those whose  hard work makes it possible.  JKAN CLARKE  PAULINE YVKIMKK  tirunthums Landing  Playoff ferry  needed  As a former member of the  Vancouver Canucks and a resident of Gibsons, I agree with the  petitioners that we need a late  ferry to improve our isolation.  Bul I would go one step further and suggest a late, late ferry  during the hockey playoffs. 1  think this would lie a gooil lime  lo petition llie government since 1  understand Ihe minister of labour  in the present provincial government is a greal hockey fan.  Maybe a word or two from the  Canucks office lo the ferry corporation may expedite the  urgency of the petitioners'  request Let us hope so.  JOCK SMITH  Gibsons  Quotes inaccurate  I'm writing you regarding an  article by Keith Thirkell entitled  Environmenlal Coalition Promoted It was published on April 20,  1992. In Ihis article I have been  completely misquoted,  The two paragraphs regarding  Iree spiking and reasons why it  took place are 100 per cent false.  The other two paragraphs of supposed quotes have errors also.  DAVID DEITER  Egmonl  Editors note: the reporter maintains the slory is accurate.  Of earthquakes, sailing yachts, and urban violence  Last week was a remarkable week in California,  even by Califomian standards.  In the daily papers and on the television newscasts the average Califomian had to cope with  reports of a major earthquake followed by two  major aftershocks; the ongoing saga of the oldest  trophy in the sporting world as America sought to  defend the America's Cup against all comers in the  waters off San Diego; and then a full scale urban  riot in Southern Los Angeles the like of which has  not been seen in more than twenty years.  A little something for everyone, you might  say.  The earthquake was big, 6.9 on the Richter  Scale and followed by aftershocks of 6.5 and 6.0,  but it was not the Big One that seismologists assure  us can be expected one of these days. This was not  the San Andreas Fault, but a lesser series of earth  plates located under Northern California.  It was big enough, mind you, and had it taken  place in a heavily populated area, instead of in the  sparsely settled mountains in the northern part of  the state, the loss of life and property would have  been, we are told, very considerable.  But earthquakes are not of man, they may come;  they must be endured if they do come; and a certain stoicism or fatalism can be admirable in the  musings  L IS wl   john burnside  face of their possibility.  But the juxtaposition of the America's Cup  Regatta in San Diego and the burning and looting  that swept over Los Angeles may be the more significant of the week's events in terms of the  dichotomy, and possibly the dilemma, which is the  United States of America today. The coverage of  the racing has been a technological marvel. As two  American boats vie to defend the cup last won by  Dennis Connor and a boat from Italy and another  from New Zealand go head to head for the right to  challenge, the cameras take you into the action on  all four boats; they give you perspectives from  speed boats speeding near the action; and there are  cameras in helicopters hovering with zoom lenses  above the yachts as they make their stately and elegant way around the course.  And what yachts these are, costing as much as  $6 million a piece. The likely winners of these  semi-finals are a learn from Italy funded by a merchant prince from Venice who has spent forty or  fifty million dollars in pursuit of his dream of winning the Cup for Italy, and a syndicate headed by a  Bill Koch from Kansas who has put in the competition four different boats and spent, we are told, $65  million in his attempt to win tbe trophy.  As these elegant thoroughbreds of the seas  plunge and wallow in the Pacific waves off San  Diego, the incomparable camera work provides us  with a glimpse of a world where money is no  object and absolutely everybody you can see is  young, handsome, muscular and rich enough that  they have nothing to worry about except this series  of yacht races and the next one in Barcelona for the  Olympics.  Into this world of never-ending finances and  robust and aggressive good health dancing over the  blue Pacific in some of the most beautiful craft  ever devised by man, breaks the news that the basketball game in San Diego and the baseball game  in Los Angeles have had to be postponed because  urban rioting has made them too unsafe to schedule. There must be no events where the poor and  the discontent can gather in this California week.  The riots have been touched off by Ihe acquittal  of four Los Angeles policemen who were charged  with healing up a Los Angeles motorist, black.  They were by chance captured on video tape laying  in lo ihe unfortunate Rodney King with sticks and  boots.  But this evidence was noi enough to get a conviction and the crowded ghettos of minorities,  which live in poverty and despair just below the  cream puff world of wealth and happiness that we  are glimpsing at the San Diego Yacht Club, erupted inio rage and resentment.  Like the earthquake earlier in the week, this  explosion of rage against a world perceived to be  unjust and unfair is not the Big One. This outburst  of anarchy and anger will be contained and die  down.  Bul like the lurking instability in the earth itself,  the juxtaposition of widespread despair and  obscene wealth, of racial hatred and chronic poverty, may be a major disaster waiting lo happen. The  cities of America are crowded at their decaying  heart with citizens living at the level of the Third  World. Cut off from the American dream which is  daily flaunted before them on television.  They seethe with anger and are as dangerous in  their discontent as any earthquake.  COAST^NEWS  Tf�� StfSfww Com' Nbws b too* o*rwd and    and npodxttn d ar-/ part C M by any means a  putxMw) an to Sutfiro Cout B.C every    pnMM urteu pannuior n wrflng i lint  Photographer  MNitfM By QkuM Pm IH, Ben *30, Gt*��,  B-C..-WN IVO, (804) MtW62, fm ��H) 886*7725,  Sect* Otto. 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Jo-Anne Shemh  Your community $  AWARD-WINNING  nempaptv Coast News, May 4, 1992  opinion  Pied pipers of tbe business world  Idea men are not, of course, necessarily irresponsible, but ihey  deal in things which have never been done before, and usually these  things need capital lo gel going and Ihe idea man has no recourse but  to talk someone with some dough into seeing Ihings his way. This  can need a silver tongue and a silver tongue may often be suspect.  It may also require some sort of a front, which may be as well  something mildly fraudulent. Probably the first one I knew, to recognize as an idea man, was a man called Firbank we knew in Winnipeg  in the later '30s, ostensibly in the same business (bonds and stocks).  He had some sort of a licence and a small office, bul he was rarely  Ihere and he didn't have a secretary.  Mostly Firbank drove around town and was in and out of other  people's offices. He drove in a big, silver painted Graham-Paige open  touring car, with a wire-spoked spare wheel ornately fixed lo Ihe  dash. Erect on Ihe back seat was almost always a large, well-groomed  but shaggy English sheep dog. Firbank himself at the wheel always  wore a bowler hat and appeared to smoke a large cigar.  Us juniors, however, of the principle bond houses, AE. Ames,  Wood Gundy, Dominion Securities, Royal Securities, had inquisitive  eyes and had noticed lhal Firbank only lit his cigar as he was going  into somelxxly's office.  Firbank, however, was not a con man. He believed entirely in  these ideas of his, even the one aboul erecting a ski resort in the middle of the prairies He was early on solar heat and he believed utterly  that windmills were the best generators of electricity. He saw, quite  clearly, Ihe prairie pretty well covered with windmills. He was a  walking compendium of other uses for wheal. He believed lhat rabbit  was a food lo rival beef and he envisaged huge rabbit farms, ranches  of course, he called them with the product tastefully packaged under  the brand name 'Parsely Farms'.  Well, none of ihis, give or take the ski resort, could be called outright googley. Firbank's father had been a known entrepreneur on the  prairies going back to ihe start of the century, when entrepreneuring  was entrepreneuring in the West. Firbank had grown up in Saskatoon  when Saskatoon was a mecca for all sorts of lively and cultivated  types from the capitals of Europe - all strong then in the belief that  the 20th century belonged to Canada.  Tlte wars, the cosl of them to Britain and the profit of them to the  US, switched the flow of capital around and things began to settle on  the prairie into what we have today. Firbank, however, seemed unaffected.  It is still possible I guess, for a gifted idea man to lead a large  corporation off and possibly down a garden path, but this is increas-  lOttBTS  in a nutshell  s. nutter  ingly unlikely. The reason is the prevalence of research departments,  filled with PhDs, demographers and scientists of all description. I saw  bits of a program on TV the other day It was the gripping story of the  development of a new kind of snack food There was no idea man  involved in this project. The company had decided to diversify into  this field and Ihey threw it to the research department  There were long solemn conferences around a hoardnxim lable to  decide whether it should be crisp or gooey, or crisp on top and gooey  in Ihe middle, or vice-versa.  You can see that from a standing start a group ol scientists would  have a fair amount of scope here and of course, some of them were  specialists and hardly interested in what the others were alxiut -.texture men, colour men, nutritionists. And any lime there was a real  question their polling company would mount allodia public survey.  A bit like the committee thai put together the camel.  Watching this kind of relentless quibble, based, mind you, not on  facts but on the most ephemeral kind of opinion and taste, even a  mild-mannered man is apt to cry "Have done! Tip a little brandy into  it maybe, but have done!"  The idea man, though his channels to the big money may be  fraught with measuring experts of less imagination, will still always  be out Ihere. One time, for a while, I edited a paper called  Design/Draft News. I started a page covering new inventions and  their inventors. They came out of the woodwork. They made quite  long journeys into Toronto to put their ideas to the editor of this little  paper. 1 had had no idea there could be this many idea men working  away, often full-time somehow, in small towns, city basements, elc.  They tend to be, in our super organized and intensely conventional  times, rather spumed and looked down on. But there's an awful lot of  stuff out there, perhaps the most of it, that we really don't know  much about, and the human head still contains far and away llie besl  computer that we've got.  ��  Town of Gibsons  PITCH-IN WEEK  MAY4THT0MAY1OTH  Residential garbage collection will be increased during Pitch-In  Week Residents may put out extra garbage on their normal  collection days as follows:  ��� Domestic Garble in excess ol the usual two containers  ��� Lawn clippings and garden refuse (bagged or bundled)  Please do not include ok) appliances or bulk waste ol any kind.  Superintendent ol Public Works.  Quality Farms  Your Yea;' Round (Men Centre  NOW OPEN  Fridays from 9 am - 8 pm  Beware of lifetime  guarantees  Perhaps this letter will save  someone Ihe frustration of experiencing the same unhappy  moments as I.  On November 14, 1989 the  muffler on my half ton truck  "went south." I had it replaced  by a shop in Gibsons where Ihey  will guarantee it for the life of  the truck providing I am still Ihe  owner.  On April 2, 1992 it blew  again. So finally I'm going lo  take advantage of this lifetime  warranty I have heard so much  about and touted nation wide.  To my dismay and disbelief..The warranty is now use  less as they no longer handle  that particular merchandise. But  maybe 1 could find a dealer  somewhere in Vancouver who  would honour it.  They gave me an estimate of  $150 to replace it. Twenty minutes later the vehicle is back in  my hands completely repaired  and I am poorer by $177.84.  But richer in the knowledge  that a lifetime guarantee is not  worth the paper it is written on.  D.F. HENDERSON  Davis Bay  Recycle pennies to  Madeira Park  The kids in Mrs. Harrison's  class are having a penny drive to  support 'GoRoloPoS' so our  community can have a recycling  depot. We feel the community  should get our own recycling  depot.  The one in Sechelt is too far  away and most people don't  take all the stuff thai can be  recycled down there.  MICHELLE CYMBALIST  Madeira Park Elementary  I am nine years old and in my  class we are establishing a  penny drive to help make a recycling depot in Pender Harbour.  We'd like to encourage people  to recycle. Can you tell people  to drop off pennies al Madeira  Park elementary school?  BRENDAN PASS  Madeira Park Elementary  Time To Get Growing  . BEDDING  PLANTS  ��� Perennials  ��� Fruit Trees  ��� Ornamentals  ��� Shrubs  Dog & Cat Food  Dry t Canned  ��� Science Diet  ��� IAMS ��� Techni-Cal  ��� Nutro Max ��� Purina  Small Animal Supplies  ��� Rabbit & Hamster Food  ��� Shavings ��� Kitty Litter  ��� Wild Bird Seed  Pet Accessories  Wayne ��� Many More     . 'Domestic Bird Seeds  W Buckerfield's  DEALER  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  op quality  computer output.  Now available on the Coast.  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Fast Reliable Quality  Evergreen  I PRINTERS  Cowrie Strati at Inlet in Sechelt  Harcourt hints at more nuclear controls  5��for CUBA'  'eace Committe��  By Keith TMrtiaM  A Nl ix-imiii straang Sunshine Coast contingent marched in Van-  couver's 11 ill animal Peace Walk, tlie largest annual peace event in  Noitli Ainciica The procession of aboul 30,(100, on a par wilh  lecent yens, was led hy Premier Mike Harcourt.  At the rally alterwaiils, Harcourl announced that "as of Thursday,  Apnl 23nl IWI, British Columbia is officially a nuclear- weapons-  free /one " A vote in the legislature received the overwhelming sup-  |Hnt ol MLAs, 51 I (.Socred Hanv lVJong was the lone member to  vote against the ike. I.nation)  The Sunshine Coast Peace Coiiiniittee claimed some credit for the  government's commitment "We've been lobbying both (Coast  Ml.A) (iiinlon Wilson and Hatcourt since Ihey were elected through  petitions, phone calls and meetings," said peace group member  Teoin Spathelfer.  Then is doubt, however, whether the declaration will have any  real teeth in waters under federal jurisdiction to which Harcourt  sa^s "an amended vote was held, which also passed 51-1, to ask  Ottawa to hold environmental impact studies into the passage of  nuclear powered and weaponcd ships in BC. waters, something not  done lo date "  The Sunsliine Coast Peace Group is among other pressure groups  lobbying ihe province to go further and declare the province completely unclear tree, including nuclear energy and uranium mining.  Harcourt indicated that lasl week's declaration was just the start.  Sixty members of the Sunshine Coast Peace Group marched  April 23 in Vancouver's llth annual Peace Walk. About 30,000  peace activists from around North America also attended.  safe,  n  7*      Tf**  ANN1VERSAFIY  CELEBRATION!  mmmtaimjth  .   l.l  MAVWPta  Savings Galore All Week Long!  at participating stores  .Draws Every Day!  ft&  ��� pick up draw forms at any mall merchant  ENTER AS OFTEN AS YOU LIKE!  Join us for FUN & Games  Saturday, May 16  starting at 11 am it's  FREE CAKE & COFFEE  FACE PAINTING  ROAMING MAGICIAN  AT NOON SUPER VALU  WILL BE DRAWING THE  WINNER OF THE  3 MINUTE  SHOPPING SPREE  J 00 0,.  111*  Spraying  for gypsy  moth  unlikely?  by Jane Sayd  From all official sources, it  scents unlikely that the controversial asian gypsy moth spray  Btk will be used over areas on  the Sunshine Coast, as it has  been on Ihe Lower Mainland.  But that hasn't assured at  least one resident, who contacted regional board director Jeremy Frith with her concerns  alter noting what she said was  a mysterious new spray application from the Ministry of  Forests. And while Ihe regional  board was not necessarily convinced about Ihe information, it  did spark some discussion.  For the most part, directors  said ihey weren't against the  spray campaign, hut thought  residents had at least the right  to know what they were being  sprayed with. To date, not all  the ingredients of Btk have  been made public by Agriculture Canada because they are  regarded as a trade secrel.  Frith noted that the spray  presented a different case for  directors than other herbicides  and pesticides opposed by  regional district policy. "I'm  assured that it's a harmless  substance. There's nothing poisonous ahout it," Frith said.  "We should be applauding it  and its use."  According to Greg Bach  from the Vancouver forest service office, though, Ihere is no  blanket spray application and  permits are specific lo the areas  involved, which include  Parksville, Colwood and the  greater Vancouver area.  Mike Whitehouse at the  Sechelt forests office said that  as far as he knew, there is no  Btk spray application in the  works. "We haven't even  talked about it."  Last year, said Whitehouse,  the forest service discovered a  lone gypsy mpth on Ihe Coasl,  bul it wasn't the asian gypsy  moth variety.  So far this spring, White-  house said, " l haven't seen  anything lhat looks like a  gypsy moth yet."  SUNNYCREST HAS IT ALL * HWY. 101 UPPER GIBSONS  Three words about  Great Coffee   FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH!  Three words about  Fresh Coffee   AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Call Doug at  886*7686  OfflCE aV RESTAURANT COfFEE  Supplies aV Equipment Coast News, May 4, 1992  community  Ivy and Jack Stanton of  Knucklas, County of I'owys,  Wales finally found the  sunshine after two  and a half days of rain  during their cycle tour of  Ihe West Coast.  luel Johnstone photo  A3EL ROOFING  Thinking about Re-roofing?  Yo tr home deserves  the extra protection  & beauty. Thanks tc  the wide variety of  colours & styles  available, you can  choose a special look  that's just right  CALl MOW FOB YOUR FREE ESTIMATE  Dennis Abel 885-23)30      Ron Corman 885-6186  Some have tried but they're not Abel  george In gibsons  The sign said "Thanks for  Smoking" and another nearby  said "Smoking Allowed on  These Premises."  This cigar shop was in an  area where thousands of people  had been employed in llie lasl  century anil on into the II.IOs  hand-rolling cigars in dreary  warehouses Now, like Vancouver's Gastown. Yluir City near  Tampa, Florida lias been refur  bished in part to house gill  TKcmak.  ^D/tape/ites  1-,.:, &  NEEDLECRAFT SUPPLIES  883-2274  ���UILMNO  gwgugt  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  803-2929  Tofts, Tcirfxs _t&* lOavpts  I 'fiohtay & ftrftain  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  & Lotto Centre  10% OFF FOH AU. SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  MADEIRA  MARINA  883-2266  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  shops, restaurants, a farmers'  market and this one-man cigar-  making shop.  The proprietor deftly rolled  cigars from tobacco imported  from Central America but  grown from Cuban seed, then  placed them in small presses for  one half hour before packing  them in those splendid cedar  boxes - boxes thai years ago  served to store childhood trea-  The shop is indeed a vestige  of a thriving industry that once  employed thousands of refugees  from the Cuban revolution of  1K6H-78.A liny platform about  six feet above the floor of the  former workroom where the  workers sat at Iheir dreary work  held the chair for the reader.  For 25 cents a week from  each worker the reader translated the English news and bits  from periodicals and hooks.  And this was meaningful to  them, unlike the grind of canned  music heard everywhere in  stores and workplaces today  On the way lo Tampa from  San Jose, the pilot's voice had  told us the Grand Canyon was  just below. At that height the  canyon seemed no more than a  rough furrow drawn with a stick  in Ihe red-blotched landscape  Within an hour we looked down  upon the green and brown rectangles and few circles of irrigated (aim country. Even a village  or two.  And lhal was a pleasant  change from airline magazine  reading describing ventures like  ostrich fanning in California  where the owner hopefully  awaits the lime when the meat  of the ostrich (which tastes like  beef) will be allowed on the  North American market. And  the eggs that taste just like  chicken eggs. One will make  omelet for a family of five and  the whites of three enough to  make meringue for lemon pies  for 60 people.  Fascinating isn't it and just  what you wanted lo know!  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Any tapes dated between  March 1. 1992 and Dec 1, 1992 can be exchanged al our service counter lor a gift certificate,  redeemable at any one of the following Trail Hay Mall stores: Bobbie's Shoes, Ualsten Zales,  Hooks and Stuff, I'.uddaid's. Nova Jewellery. Headquarters. I'pstairs & Downstairs Shoppe.  Sew Easy or Sole Peetures.  You will receive nne Sill gift certificate for each $500 in tapes. Ymir certificates can be  redeemed fur guilds nr services, any time prior tn Dec 24a 1992. Spend lliem as ynu get them  or save them up!  Nabob's Freeway  lb Savings  Healthy  Tours  with Dietition Nutritionist Dania  Matiation. Discover how easy it can be In  learn the tips that lead to helathier meals  and snacks fur you and your family. To  sign up fur a Wednesday tour call our  service counter at 8S.rv2(i2ii  Our Recycling  Depot is open  5:30  everyday except  holidays  A  Buy any 2 packs of Nabob Summit or Tradition  Decaffeinated and get a third pack FREE! oatho*,,*,,)  To tht HeUiltt Nabob Foods Limited will pay ittiail lit 11: jtotfc ol our metchand-se (h| pice  ���.pt'. .'it'ai in irif right plus our spealied ruwiling tut .���.!.' coupon tt-UL'timed by out cusiome*  agdirisMhe Durcn.ue ol ^y trufM packs ol Nabob Sum-nti Summit Oeciflunialud Summii VVhoM  Bean or I iitiiitaiMi Decaffeinated Any other application cunstilulos fraud Ptoul ol pmchase ol  sufficient stock to covet all coupons ledeemed must be sl>own on tequesl fot iwteinption mail  loHerberi A Warts Ltd. Box 2140 Totonlo. Onlfino M5W1H1 Enter oppoule ��5 on coupon debit  slip Sloie coupon >92058 Limit: On* coupon per purchase Offer eiplres May id 199?  Nabob. aKnown by the beans we choose.  These are just a few of the more than 350 specials you'll find in store for you.  Prices effective Monday May 4 ��� Sunday, May 10, 1992  I  Meat  Canada - Gr A Beef  T-Bone or Wing  Steaks   A4B;  a&OQJfag  .j ������.>M��fwi*��aliMi*4b  CaiaSte-GrA'kWr"!''-     *,'*V  SirioinTip  Roast     969  5.93 kg....  ^ffl&S lb  Boric Back  ibs  8.80 kg  J%\W lb  Fresh - New Zealand r'  Lamb Loin  Chops  13.121 kg.. ^SaW/.. lb  Olympic - Pork or  Breakfast Sausage   4M  3.29 kg  I        lb  Schneider - all Beef - Lifestyle reg.  Weiners A43  450g  ..., m% "^ ea  Grimms  Mennonite Farmer   440  Sausage ...500 g "t    ea  Grimms - fine coarse  Herb Liver Chubs     -449  250 g  ���        ea  Hampton House  Chicken Burgers      795  2 kg Bag.  V #'        ea  Made in Our Store _     ���  Pickled Corned .Beef A99  6.59 kg  fc       lb  Deli  Kohlers Montreal Sliced  Corned Beef  100g   Freybe - with or without garlic  Roast Beef  'Sliced -100 g  Seafood  Fresh  Shrimp   699  15.41 kg  ^**P lb  toshw HO aiewoHfe-3  Snapper Fillets A99  6.59 kg  dm      lb  ���Smoked Cod s 449  9.90 kg  "#       lb  Large  Frozen -Scallops        Q99  22.02 kg  i3r\\>  Chilean  Kiwi Fruit \   5/100  California  3 #.99  Hawaiian el BO  Pineapple. 1     ea  California - bulk  White Potatoes aa  .63 kg  mmmZt lb  California - Choice, small  Navel Oranges aa  .63 kg  .��.,    BdatJiFlb  Produce  Bakery  Flowers  Stop in and see Roxana, she  will help you choose the  perfect floral gift for your  special Mom.  Fresh flowers and arrangements  Basket  Arrangement  Small  Measuring Cup  Large  Measuring Cup  1998  2496  Also available 'Exotics' Hawaiian  Ginger, Birds of Paradise,  Orchids, Proteas & Tuberoses, liffijn  Fresh Flower  mixed ss *3> 4^ to 1 Sr8  9*  Dendrolium Orchids  W  Lots of cut flowers if you choose  to select you own bouquet. M<t^  4" African Violet 1"  4" Star of Bethlehem   1"  *1 |     REDEEMABLE ONLY AT SHOP EASY  ! SAVE*1����  &       ON THE PURCHASE OF ONE 675 g PACKAGE OF  * CORNFLAKES*  2 For redemption mail to Kellogg Canada Inc.   .  I PO Box 3000. St John. New Brunswick E2L 4L3   1 ceufMn Eiptrn May 10.1992  ������ai 'Rftaf-aMfM V.'>KtM'"0'��>*rllaJWCairi,llJJ it, '992  6O0off  Any Deli Item  Limit one per customer  Offer Expires May 10,1992. 10  Coast News, May 4, 1992  community  To check out your Yellow Pages listing  in the Sunshine Coast Directory.  If you've expanded your business, taken on new product lines  or made other improvements, now's the time to make sure your  Yellow Pages advertising is up to date  Double check that all your businesses are included so that  customers can find you easily  Consider taking advantage of our discount program,  which enables you to place additional ads in other Yellow Pages  headings or directories at up to 75-to off  Act now. time is running out. Call Dominion Directory  Company toll-free at 1 800-242 8647  ea  Yellow Pages  robtrts Cnajk  |m   ���a-tua*Ualat*aaa'   CUBlaiaj  Uy NlaWafl 9amJamJ  Tho new executive of the Roberts Creek Community AssiKiation  utter the April 22 AGM is as follows: Jack Eldred, president; Jeattetle  MiH'ii, vice president; Jamie Davidson, secretary; Nick Fast, treasurer, Harry Almond., past-president, and directors are Diana Morgan,  Terry McHride and Doug Roy  Congratulations all and special thinks to Hatty Almond for his  sears ot service as president and lot staying on as |>ast president Special lhanks also to Randy Tame lor liet years of service as director in  charge ol mcmlifishiiis  Water rit-ltts  Notice was given by the Elphinstniie Local Resource Use Plan  Committee that all residents using cteek water are strongly advised to  ii'gistcr with the Ministry of Environment, waters branch, to protect  your water rights and your tight to have input in decisions regarding  land use adjacent to creeks including clearcut logging and herbicide  use These application forms are available al the Government Agent  olfice in Sechell.  Sonic discussion centred around the department of highways' plan  in widen Lower Roberts Creek Road ami Beach Avenue lo eventually  make u a through highway to Sechelt The expressed opinion was thai  ITREAT YOUR MOMI  To A Special Day Off  AULEKJIIX FOOT MASSAGE  is Joining  WEEKEND  BLITZ!  difi  Certificates  Available  |T]CE  BV  HAUL  For A  Sat., & Sun.,  May 9 & 10  Noon - 5  In The Heart of Robeits Creek  885-5512  CtJI Us  For Details  *lZi'W&��&&^9^^  Roberls Creek residents, through our Official Community Plan,  should determine the fate of Roberts Creek roads, not the department  of highways.  Hall restoration  The hall restoration committee is looking for 40 or 50 feel of Hi  inch culvert to divert runoff from the foundation of the hall. If anyone  can donate one please call Jeanetle at 885-3512.  A letter was received by regional director Brett McGillivray  expressing the need to get on with developing a cycle/walking path  along Lower Roberts Creek Road.  BC Transit will be expanding ils bus system as of June 1 hy  adding a new bus and service from Sechell lo the 6:20 pm ferry and  from lite 5*30 pm ferry back lo Sechelt  Norm Gleadow will lie back in a couple of months with a stimma-  rj of residents' feedhack lo the Healthy Communities Survey.  The next community association meeting is May 27  Thanks to Carol Ann Glover for the above submission for this col  iimu  Out olSt hool (arc Program  Surprisingly this year's Out ot School Care Program has had lo  close ils doors for the remainder of this school term. A lull time  supervisor could not be kept on due to a lack of regular registrations  There were only 12 children attending, eight of whom were drop ins  If you plan on registering your child for llie fall schixil term, please  do il by lite end of May. And if there are enough interested, then  some heller planning and fundraising can he done lo cover costs at  times when Ihere are only a lew children attending. This is a really  effective and worthwhile program for all parents who are working  and don't waul lo leave children home alone for part of the day.  For further information and to register, call Jane at 886-7610.  Library news  Just arrived - Roberts Creek Daze, a video of exciling happenings  at least year's event with some flicks of the hall It's yours for the  borrowing. Also in stock are the latest government brochures, among  them 'Reports on Family Violence', 'Report on Health Care' and  'Report on Forestry'. The library is open Tuesdays from 5 pm lo 9  pm, Thursdays, 3 pm to 7 pm and Saturdays 10 am to 2 pm.  Arahoolies, produced hy Barry Krangle wilh music hy Ken Dalgleish will lie having its opening performance Monday nighl (tonight)  and Tuesday night. The show starts at S pm in the gym at the school  A concession of coffee and goodies will lie sel up. Please bring your  own mug.  :ez  HowtoAchieveCanadianUnity  WmiOlJTSAtlMCINGTHEECONOE  Because a great car at a great price is something  we can all agree on.  m  "Give me one  of the most fuel-  efficient cars ih Canada."  mi,i 11mi ikii  ��� No Deductible       ��� 63 Mpg Hwy  3 Year/60,000 km      (4.5L/100 km), 50  Warranty  $  from  Mpg City (5.6L/  lOOkmV  177  n\\ 1   1 a month  FREIGHT&PDI   INCLUDED  m "Give me the best,  selling car in Canada."  ��� Automatic  Transmission  D^r Conditioning  ��� Anti-Lock Brakes  DAM/FM Cassette  ���46MpgHwy(6.2L/  100km), 29 Mpg  City (9.9L/100km)'  ��� No Deductible 3  year/60,000 km  Warranty  nowj  CASH   BACK  * Based on in month Smarl I .ease��� nnd MSKP ol $8590including freight, ii> qualified retail buyer*. t>ff.-r may noi be combined wiih cash  back from HM. Buyer will be responsible for the payment ol insurance, license, and applicable taxes at Ihe lime of transaction, (JMAC may  require a downpaymenl Somemik?aBecondition��apply. Ik^to may lease for less, t Itased on Transport Caitatla lest melhods. H*Hnsedon  ISOtCompuscarchdata.  At^ur Local Chevrolet Geo Dealers Now  Sunshine Motors Ltd.-885-5131  CHEV  G    [     O  by Joyce Ostry  Olive Marshall phoned me  10 say she will again lie a familiar face in the kitchen In gelling the kitchen shipshape she  found three hags of ice in the  freezer and has taken them  home.  Her number is X85--W04 for  those who claim the ice Miss-,  ing is a large cake pan. Proba-  hly someone borrowed litis pan  and forgot 10 return it. Welcome hack, Olive!  I heard from Huh Graham.  He wants to remind all whist  players that May 5 at 1:30 pin  will be the lasl game mini fall.  Gladys McGregor wrote to  me in response to the recipe  request - all the way from  Nanaimo, folks. She gets the  Coast News. She relates how  sad she was lo leave Sechelt  and that those years here were  some ol the best years of her  life. She also says that one of  these Thursdays she will show  up at Crafts. The reci|ie was for  Oatmettl Cookies. 1 checked  Ihis recipe and it's a 'drop  dead'recipe.  1 must take time to thank my  granddaughter, Tanna Wesner  for all the help she gave me and  all the giggles we shared at  Independence '92. One conclusion that was reached and all  endorsed, was asking the UN  for another 10 years (or decade)  designated for the disabled.  We're just getting started.  BORN IN OUR  FACTORY  ��� Prestige homes tailored to every  budget  ��� Full range of traditional, contemporary  or recreational styles and sizes  ��� Purchase directly from the factory  with a guaranteed, fixed puce  ��� Custom plan? oi slandaid plans  ��� Because you nevei have enough  lime oi money - Westwood saves  you both.  ��� VVe work wilh you from planning lo  delivery.  A HOUSE YOU'LL BE PROUD  TO CALL HOME  BUILDING   SYSTEMS  533M801h St  SURREY   m Mam  BC.CANADA V3S4K5    0/4*1)112  Send $5 00 tor colour catalogue  Name  Address  Cl,ir Province  Pc  - Phone Coasl N-'\\n May 4, 1993  ll  community  darts bay news  by ���!��� Imn Shtinh, 885-3629  This coming Sunday is Mother's l>.i\. ,i day when we lionoiu ihe  one who raised us We cherish our memories and loiulU lecollecl  days gone by We reineinlHi our molhei who was always there when  needed most, uiniiug oui small defeats into victories Un optimism  turned our despair and doubts into confidence ind reassurance, while  her patient and wise undaBtanding oi out problems, even when we  couldn't voice them, was always that when needed mofl All litis  and more is what makes a molhei  The first official Mother's Day took place in May, 1913 aftei  being made a resolution in congress. The second Sunday in May was  set aside for the observance and il was urged thai on thai ,la>. all pel  sons should show iheir love and reaped l"i iheii mothers In Miinr  tribute. If living, by a gift oi letter; it dead, by some kind deed lo  another person. The while carnation was selected as the emblem  because 'its whiteness stands lot purity, ils form fa beauty, ils fir  grance for love ami its wide field ot growth loi remembrance ' (in  this day, remember.  Work party  Fifteen people turned mu fo* the work part) al the baseball field  MflfcM scenario  last Satiinl.o. iU spite ihe threatening skies We now have a fust-class  lull di.uiioikl. lhank io .i Im ol hard wort hy all concerned Grass  was cm, w,i,K were chopped, ihe diamond raked .md bases put in  plan-, read] fot the lust game. Lunch consisted of chili, hot dogs,  coffee and pop .uul everyone ate heartily  The association wishes to convey special thanks to a number ol  people who donated not mil> then lime, bul Iheii substance To It A  Blacktop .md Construction a\ggregat**s fot iheir loads ol crushet dust;  lo l.mne Watson who donated the Use ol his truck and his lime, lo  Ron Robinson who delivered .ind spread ihe crushet dust, a million  lhanks. Thanks in .ill of you, 'In' kids ol Ihe Sechell Minor Hall  league have :i grand place lo play  Flea Market  Don't forget the flea market al the hall on Saturday al 9 am sharp  ltriilKt-  One more bridge item Majgarel Huniin and I'lnl Smallwood were  Ins! nine champs .n Ihe Sechell Hospital Auxiliary merry-go-round  tournament Good on yuh!  In aaswei io numerous queries, Monday bridge at Si Hilda's will  continue all summer, holidays included  .ll.o.*>-*(,xck**8^(&  Dinners are BackSlJi  Meat Draw Saturday Nielli  volunteers needed for several committor-  ,:;v'*k1uv:,:"^ 11 Posed SundayT  Dingo&vr,r' Crib;  I liuisii.iv Nmhts  nil pill  ��������������  -��()(il Lower Road ��� K8(i-{)984  by Margaret Watt, 885-4406  Craftspeople are needed now  for Ihe craft fair which is to In-  held June 27 in the seniors hall  in Sechell Tables are available  im renl ,ri Si, 50 each ll >ou are  interested, eall Kay at 885 1334  or Pauline al 885-5372. You'll  need 10 hurry, though, as there  are |usi undei i*m> months lo uo  Pactoiged Spices at  ��������� Bulk Prices ���������  I  . m m m m  VARIETY KSifh FOODS  The BIGGEST Utile Store in i;ihsims I milling B86-2936  Cold Beer &  Cider To Go!  rooms  *105  oo  PER WEEEK  PLUS TAX  8862804  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  Happy Mother's Day  to all Moms!  ^Thrifty's  GIBSONS  HELP THE  Donations     666-2488 oi Box 596  Open  to the  Public  Apiil was cancel month and,  ol course, we all bought some  daffodils, ot in totue oih�� way  supported the people who live  iln-ii nun- and energy to raise  binds fot cam ei i,- earch  (Ine \ olunteei. who goqs  dom lo dooi ever) yeai i ollecl  ing foi Ihe i ancei Sociel) told  me she has nevet before seen  such generosity as she has litis  yeai When you think ol the  stale ol lite economy, this really  says something aboul the caring  people ol llie Sunsliine Coasl  Sechelt elementary  Danielle Hnzlelon, an eight  yew old studenl ol the school, is  om of hospital now aftei hei  liver transplant  Danielle is said to be making  excellent progress and is expected io be home from Toronto  within a couple ol months. I'm  sun- hei friends .n Sechell elementary eagerly await her  return  Cavalcade  workers  to meet  The Sea Cavalcade E.xei u  live is throwing a 'Hall V ay  Party' The planning fot events  such as teen dame, parade, kills  day, walei spoil., international  food lair. Hidden Heritage)  crossword puzzle are all organized and waiting loi luly -4,  25,and 26  Then- is still much woik to  be done Friday, May 8, ol the  Kinsmen Hall, 7 pin lo I'1 I"'1 is  the place Im all contributors,  works, and local service clubs  to meel  Now available  onthe  Sunshine. Coast  SEPTIC  PIPES  A.B.S.  & P.V.C  IRRIGATION  PIPES  TOOLS  PUMPS  COPPER  PIPE  * DISCOUNT PRICING IS HERE *  4" P.V.C.  $1,00,  3" A.B.S.  $1.50,  3" P.V.C.  MWVpft  2" A.B.S.  $1.00,  4" A.B.S.  $2,00,  1" A.B.S.  $.80,  ASK ABOUT OUR CONTRACTORS DISCOUNT  DISCOUNT PLUMBING SUPPLIES  .OCATED AT PENINSULA INDUSTRIES HWY 101 GIBSONS 886-9033  Weal Sechell elementary  As usual, die school is a veri  table hive of activity On Tues  il o . May -I, sludenis will visit  Weldwood ai Claholm and on  Thursday, May 7 ihey will lake  p.ul in a 'losl in Ihe woods' sill  vival program. Track and field  will have llie firsl meeting in  Powell River on May 9, to  winch a number ol West Sechell  students aie going.  silver medal  Congratulations lo Qabrielle  Waugh and l.oieen Dull, who  won a silver medal al the  Regional Science Pair in Van  couver.  Last, bin hardly least, a warm  welcome to acting principal, Mr.  Corcoran.  He is standing in lor Mr.  Hartley while he looks alter his  heallh jusl now. You know the  good wishes of the students,  teachers and the whole commit  nily are with you. Mr. Hartley;  si':Aviiiw aAiiDfeiSls  NO MSGNO GST  i0 ITEM SMORGASBORD  SATURDAYS 4:30-8pm  Adults $6" Seniors $5-s Under 10 $3" '.'  MOI IS BACK COOKING DINNER  -ItOn/   ^n-w-       for Eat In or  1U��/oOFF Takeout  MARINE DRIVE GIBSONS LANDING 886-9219  "���<���%  Baha'i <U  Faith IqV  The Baha'i teaching sprak  a)\n\ only In tln.'s|>iiit of  m.iii, hui the heart...  itja&SS      For Information  |0|        ( all: 1Mb .'U7II  ./?*aL.  or 885-7259  NEW 1992   24V WINNEBAGO SUNDANCER 400  On New Ford Chassis $~Q qqc?0  2 week special only        SjaJJJ  NEW 1992  9'6" NORTHERN LITE FULL SIZE  Fiberglass Camper- Shower Model cr oo  Introductory Price  Happy Holiday Motorhome  Rentals, Sales & Service Ltd.  phone: B8&-9025 Or 886*8481  National Forest Week  May 3 - 9,1991  NATIONAL FOREST  WEEK PARTICIPANTS  ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK:  May 4 - 8  Pre-arranged forestry tours  for local schools  May 7, 6:30pm Junior Forest Warden Tree  Planting Ceremony at  Hackett Park  May 8 - 9 Forestry Display at Sunnycrest  Mall - Includes displays of  forestry practices, logging  equipment display, silent  firewood auction  May 9, 4:30pm Award of Silent Firewood  Auction (() pick-up loads)  Remember,  it's their home too!  ���^Q?S?^j  Cm.nil.in Women  in linihci  Fleetwood Forest  Products Ltd.  (lNT���RFOR)  Integrated Use Coalition  Ministry ol  Forests  SECHELT CREEK  CONTRACTING LTD  Tomorrow's Forests . . .  Today's Challenge  Weldwood of Canada Limited  Witherby Tree Farm 12  Coast News, May 4, 1992  IF CREMATION IS  YOUR CHOICE  WHY NOT PREPLAN  YOUR  FUNERAL NEEDS?  DoM your fjmil\ kmm what your pCCKMil It't'lin^s agm ibOUl  yom tunt*ul nC6dt) CU iour**>. it's natural eu*ryont* wants tu  avoid talking atKKit his or her lunt-ral arrangements Ix-fore their  Iimt1. However, people'l attitudes art- relrevhingly more open to  desRng with these matters as we Quickly ftppraach the 199171  Today, people art1 preplanning their personal funeral pteference  tor the benefit ol then loved ones. Show your family and loved  ont's how much you tare hy preplanning your wishes now  Devlin Funeral Home and the Sunshine (oast Crematorium  th.th provide this service tree ot t harge. so don't put ott this important task. Call us toilas tor lurther information.  WE HAVE ALL THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE  FOR YOUR NEEDS  < ontacl 0*n Devlin it hhi,-ir,i today rtpidlll| PREPLANNING.  ll  runviai  AllOCiahon  t .iKliiiV5)')  SI  hui  Tf()tBW  S79 SHvtfv. Kit  Hi >k MR  tllllMllls   H I  886-9551  community  halfmoon bay happenings  kTRntktaTattar,ttS-241l  Neighbours tiicrting neighbours is the theme lor this year's  Hallmoon Bay Country Fair  This community, tair encourages  people to meet anil participate  together lor a most enjoyable  weekend  Volunteers are needed to  assist in a variety ol activities,  particularly lor the Saturday  afternoon of July 11 Coopers  Green is the scene and 'on Ihe  water' is the goal.  It you have any ideas and  wish io contribute some volunteer time to co-ordinate waler  sports, displays, or??? please  contact Harry Johnson at 885-  574(1 More May 8  Be assured lhal you will have  a gloat time helping out at the  fair.  Cub champion  Al the recent model car rally  regional finals, a local Halfmoon Bay Cub did well by winning second place in the design  category. It was Gord  Kingston's first year of competing in this event, so hearty congratulations are due this young  man.  - 23 Modern Rooms  ��� Kitchen Units - by week or month  ��� Colour Cable T.V.   ��� Full Bath & Shower  ��� Direct Dial Phones ��� Reasonable Rates  886-2419    Sunshine Coast Hwy. Gibsons, B.C.  Foxglove  Fabric Finders  ��� Mail order fashon labrics  ��� Swatches 6 times/yr.  ��� Sewing Hints Column  ��� For Frw swatches &  information send  Name 4 Address to:  709-810 W.Broadway  Vancouver, B.C. V5Z 4X9  "N  i lHour  .Wardrobe  Consultation  Can't Think  Of What To Get  The Best Mom  In The World?  The Mall Has  Got You Covered,  With Dozens Of  Fantastic Gift Ideas  SI>ONSOmi)BYSllNNY(MSTMAIl   ��� PIIAKMASAVL ��� J\ UNISEX ��� All OCCASION I LOW! KS ��� HILDI S KIM AUKANI  Complete The Following And Drop Off At SUNNYCREST ^  PAMJ^ DAY BECAUSE  WINNER WILL BE NOTIFIED MAY 8  Choose From  A Selection Of  Sale Item Gifts  Throughout The Mall,  That She'll LOVE  YOUR NAME  HER NAME  PHONE  ��� CHILD UNDER 12  ��� TEENAGER ��� ADULT     PLEASE CHECK APPROPRIATE BOX  Dinner dance  Thanks lo Ihe lop class cooking abilities of Grace Lamont,  Mildred Chuckrey, Marion Terrillon and Ruth Paterson, the  dinner presented to those present was described as absolutely  delicious.  To add to the enjoyment of  the evening, which was held at  Welcome Beach Hall on Saturday, April 25, Ronnie Dunn and  her 'New Crocketles' provided  the entertainment. The gals were  delighted when each one was  presented with a miniature rose  following their performance.  Recreation officers  The execulive of the Halfmoon Bay Recreation Association are as follows: Chuck  Tkachuk, president; Joan Merrick, treasurer; Dave Lamb,  memberships and in charge of  the newsletter is Maggie Marsh.  In view of the many planned  activities, the association is  badly needing participation of  members.  Al Ihe present time there is a  vacancy for secretary and for  vice-president. If you are willing to help, please attend the  next meeting on May 19 at Halfmoon Bay School at 7 pm.  Healthy community  There was a very poor  turnout at the meeting in Coopers Green Hall last Tuesday.  However, those in attendance  did bring up matters which are  of concern to us all and which  have to do with the health of the  community.  Once again Trout Lake was  brought to the attention of the  group and the fact thai drinking  waler comes from this polluted  water body.  This matter must be dealt  wilh by whatever powers that be  and not just brushed aside by  informing us thai there will be  new waterlines in place some 10  years hence.  Clearcutting on private property was also discussed, pointing out thai ownership does not  give the owner the privilege of  abusing property to the detriment of the surrounding area.  Mega houses also were the  cause of objections by neighbouring property owners.  There are so many controversial construction and tree-cutting subjects in Ihe Halfmoon  Bay area lhat il is a strong indication that it is high time an  Area B Ratepayers' Association  was formed again to deal wilh  such things before they happen,  rather than complain after the  fact.  All that is needed is someone  who would be willing to take on  the project of getting it started.  There will be no lack of people  willing to join and to participate,  since il would be of benefit to  all residents of the area.  Give me a call if you have  suggestions regarding this.  setting It straight  The picture which appeared  on page 22 of the April 27  Coast News was not Nancy  Baker, but Xerez Haffenden of  the Sunshine Coast Volunteer  Centre.  A photo in the equestrian  page of the same issue  described Tina Wilson on  Secret Weapon going over a  jump. In fact, the rider was  Amy Dickson on Count.  A story on the Elphinstone  photo students reported thai ihe  Show Piece Gallery is making  space available for Ihe students  to exhibit. Owner Cindy Buis  said the space upstairs from her  gallery is being donated by  building owner Bob Nygren bul  she has nothing lo do with it.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares at home wilh us  M/Animal Can  Mall Clearing, and Forwardina  Indoor Man! and Yard maintenance  Regular Home Check or Uve-in Service  CALL SHARON 885-2228  ^  H^CtttNtHMU-Ultid.  Ll��taaaafa'Wf��  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  BtirM*hllCoMtTnCn����l Coast News, May 4, \Wl  .loin us tor  Mother's Day Buffet  (Sunday May 10 ��� 11am - 2pm  A distinctive combination of  entrees Mother will love  (.Special price ol'$12.95 per person,  and a lice carnation lo Llie Rtst 50 Mothers.  Dont be disappointed.  iticmtkJM ��� 8864501  HAID-A-WAY RESTAURANT  At the Gibsons Motor Inn  GREAT GIFTS  /or MOM/x  Mm  for under  ISABELLE  STEMWARE  & TUMBLERS  Special?  BOX Of 4  ReB'19��  COMPANY'S COMING*^-?!,  Cook Books   " W'        "*  Including Intest edition "lunches''  98  Special  $7;  Trail Bau Centre  Secfielt  885-3414  MOTHER'S  EXTRAS  Unique Jewellery,  Pins. & Watches  Batik Print Scarves  & Dresses  Herbal Bath Salts  & Soaps  i ���  ��%  KEEP MOM  COZY  LADHS PUPPIES  Special -$50  reg* $64"'  long Wool Pugs  Special - $60  reg*$74*  ONE-WEEK. ONLY  N   (OIH DMFOCrMJLE  IIIQALL1!  Sunshine Coast Slipper Factory  5522 Wharf St., Sechell ��� 885-741.1  Hours: Tues. - Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm  For Mother's Day  May We Suggest:  ��� The Illustrated Guide to  Gardening In Canada  ��� The Compiele Edible  Landscaping  ��� Revolution From Within by  Gloria Sleinem  ��� Rag Nymph by Catherine  Cookson  ���Jewels by Danielle Steel  ��� Positive Moves by Angela  Lansbury  ��� A Talking Book  (Book on Cassette)  ~       BOOKS & STUFF  aJSA?    j��    Trail Bay Mall,  Shadow  Baux"  Lane  UNIQUE SHOPS  IN THE (fl OF SECHELT  I  . i[Song  for Gifts  from the heart on  Mother's Day & everyday  885-9337  *  Pamper Mom  on her special  Day with  unique nightwear or ;t  (���1ft basket from  Stepping Stones  8854922  Shadow Baux Galleries  Beautiful handcrafted silver  jewellery ��� Hand painted tops  Pottery ��� Glass.. .even fresh flowers  .. .all for Mom        885-7606  5(^)5 Cowrie St. .Sechelt  <b^ DON'T TELL MOM.  * tf  DADS AND KIDS ONLY  SPECIAL  MOTHER'S DAY  WEEKEND RATES  Enjoy a swim In our outdoor solar heated pool &  Jacuzzi ending your day In front of a wood burning  fireplace. Total Rest And Relaxation.  PRESENT THIS AI)  UPON RECISI RATION  inter our DRAW for MOTHERS  DAY BRUNCH lor 2 at the  HMD.V WAY RESTAURANT  Don't delay Call Today  SUNSHINE LODGE  North road at Hwy. 101 Gibsons  886-3321  XTRAS  IM  ii-riifi'  IM ��.  *��*4  For around The  World Shopping  Cowrie St. Sechelt  Mon ��� Sat, 10 - 5  885-6460  THE PERFECT GIFT  for a  SPECIAL MOM  m  Handbags....  Bright Summer Colours,  Lois of Styles lo Choose From  i|i ;-*-**) I****-;-,  Summer Sandals  GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE  (Let Mom Put Her Own Outfit Together)  Sole Feetures'  L* V/OFF  L.A. SEAT COVERS  Easy Fit ��� Easy Care  100% Cotton Casual  REE ROSE FOR MOM WITH ANY PURCHASE  ��gctti���  w^loui  louwr  Trail Bay Centre, Sechelt Coast News, May 4, 19*) 2  mof  o  Love  Royal Doulton  . Tumrisie&  ibll Cowrie St., Saxhtli 885-2171  In-Stock Patterns 50% off  5679 Cowrie St.. Sccl.ell 885-2171  ce\^5?M  U^fW  new  i^HINA KITCHEI  Our Gourmet Chinese Buffet has  over 16 Hot Dishes  plus Salad Bar & Dessert  Buffet Open 11:30 am to Close  on Mother's Day  Reservations recommended  for groups of five or more.  Licensed premises,  Dining, meeting, banquets, parties.  Have Buffet & Salad Bar Everyday;  Lunch Buffet 11:30 am till 2:30 pm  Dinner Buffet 4:30 pro til 8:30 pro.  Restaurant hours  Open 7 days a week 11:30 am -10:00 pm  NEW  CHINA KITCHEN  Gibsons Park Plaza 128 -1100 Hwy., 101  community  Mother's  Day - what  will you  be doing  for mom?  The second  Sunday of every  May is the special  day for...  J<tsh Stark - "Give my mom a  kiss ami maybe lake her oul for  dinner when I cash my cheque.  Mayhe spend the day wilh  her."  egmont news  by Lynn Mess  Another week has gone  whizzing liy and all's quiet in  the Mont. All litis rain has kept  everyone rather subdued, the  tjogs sure are happy these days,  though.  Juicy forest  The new flowering cherry  tree planted at tlte school is in  full bloom now. I can imagine  ils splendour as il grows. Everything is blooming everywhere  and this tropical weather sure  helps.  Is il me, or do 1 just imagine  that the forest gels thicker and  juicier every year.  Mellow out, bonchcads  I dig driving the Egmont  Road, for all its corners and  interesting sights.  Rut nne thing that really  hums me out is the way some of  those guys who aren't from the  Mont drive the road. Slow down  you Ixmeheads and mellow out  on the altitudes.  THIS WEEK OMA  Yi��\&9v5i** t  657 School Road,  Gibsons Landing 886-3916  NEWS TIPS  CALL  885-3930^  Ghosts none  Seems there will be a few  new places going up in the  neighbourhood. The old while  ghost house has met ils destiny.  I'm sure a few of the locals  have got a lew stories lo tell  about happenings in that place.  Well, time goes by, but we're  always making history.  Grass cutting  The school field sure looks  good these days. Thanks to  those folks who maintain the  grass culling. I'm sure if you'd  like lo volunteer your services,  Bill's the guy to see.  Birthdays  Happy May Birthdays to:  Sue Marlatt, Barb Ellis, Walley  Silvey, Bruce Silvey, Rory  Leatuler, Bill Farrell, Ben  Angus, Brenda Martin, Marie  Wallace, Tom Paterson, Edna  Howitl, Gene Silvey, Sioux  Cook, Cliff Silvey, Julie Tyn-  dale, Lyn Vaughan, Kelly Mur  ray, Marten Mees, Myrtle  Winchester and Kelly Carter  Women  Aglow are  meeting  What's happening with  Women's Aglow these days?  Two Bible study groups  meet on the second Tuesday of  each month One starts at 10 am  and the other at 1 pm.  They are led by Cathy  Cramer and hosted by Irene  Buslifield in her home. Our  annual retreat is being held this  year al the Easter Seal Camp in  Squamish May 29- 31. Full  weekend, lure, including registration, lodging and meals will  cost $105. Registration deadline  is May 11.  Executive members of the  Sunsliine Coast Chapter ate  president, Cathy Cramer (886-  9576), vice-president, Marguerite Johnston (885-2374).  and treasurer is Irene Buslifield  (886-9567).  Gifts from the Heart  If     JUST    l: OK     MdM   ��  UNIQUE NATIVE JEWELLERY  EARRINGS, BRACELETS & NECKLACES  IN SILVER AND TURQUOISE  Good selection of C ARDS  Tsain-ko Gift Shop  LOCATED IN THE HOUSE OF HtWHIWUI  S5S5 Hwy. 101. Sechelt. 885-4592  Mon. ��� sat. 9:30 - 5:30 fm  closed sundav  mm community  Coast News, Maiy 4, 1992  MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL  Terra Cotta planted with  Fresh Herbs  Urge selection of DRIED FLOWERS  POTTERY ��� WREATHS ��� BASKETS  POTPOURRI ��� OILS  New Hours: Tues - Sat,   11-5  15  \L *fr  otxfs.xi.nu  SS2.MMa.fSl, Srcrarll  WtSaS2}7  * n i-a-w ��� i a,i  Steven Keschek - "We'regoing  to be cooking pancakes for all  Ihe baud mothers on Ihe  reserve Mother's Day. This is a  new thing for us through our  youth group and it's easier  than working al home Ihe  whole day."  I.ihi Wuhllierg - "Spend time  wilh my mom who lives in  Vancouver. Usually lake her  oul to lunch, send her a card  before, bul usually spend lime.  There arefiye kids in my family and I'm Ihe oldest."  Danica Webster - (for her  grandmother) "/ think we're  going to stay home. Me and my  sister are going to buy her  some nice earrings or some  balh soap and we usually have  dinner al a Chinese restaurant."  Daniel (Irani - "Take her oul  lo dinner...also make her  breakfast. Breakfast is a tradition (on Mother's Day morning). Sort of surprise her."  A few of the many volunteers  honoured al a luncheon Wednesday at the Indian Band Hall:  Telephone Tree: Maria DeVorkin,  Amy Blain, Cory Ross, Muriel  Lcwall, Ellen Berg, Elthea Millin,  May Fraser, Renee Watts, Yvonne  Valencius, Angela Kroning and  Ole Gilbertson.  Kirkland Centre: Reg Dickson,  Ken Bell, Joe Belanger, Roy Morris, Betty McCowatl and Paulie  Moon.  Victim Witness Services:  Michelle Newton, Maria Chatham,  Emie Gipps, Elizabeth Konopasek  and Laurie Gray.  SPCA: lx)uise Walters and Clint  Davy.  Volunteer Drivers: Sue Wiggins,  Frank Muryn, Eric May, Bill LeN-  eve, Greta Roye, Delmar Herpner,  Robbie Robson, Martha Hoi, Dirk  Hoi, Doug Thirp, Frank Jamieson,  Earl Chamberlain, Ivan Morrison,  Ken Duff and Herscy Sewell.  Friends of Schizophrenics: Connie Van Swieten, Sally Dawe and  Helen Fellowes.  JUST IN TIME  �� MOTD& DAY ��  INTERNATIONAL  WATCH  COLLECTION  Trail Bay Mall. Sochell  885-2421  NOVA  JEWELLERY LTD.  harbour watch  by Jacalyn Vincent, 883-2840  The motor cross races got off  to a roaring start even though  the rain greeted the 20 riders  and 75 or so spectators. The  course in Middle Point consisted of scrambling through rough  ' terrain three or four times along  a 4.2 kilometre distance.  Thank you  This year many businesses  helped and a thank you goes out  to all of them: Garden Bay  Marine, Pender Harbour Realty,  Pender Harbour Community  Club, Marina Pharmacy and  Rob's Videos. Not to forget  Garden Bay Pub, who organized  and ran a concession stand and  donated all the proceeds to the  motor cross club!  Also a special thanks goes  out to Andy Ross and his family  who organized the race which  takes a lot of time and effort.  Last, but not least, a note of  appreciation to all the timekeepers, parents and participants.  Race results  Here are this year's results:  In the Mighty Mights group  Bradley Plows was first, Ryer  Noble and Trevor Ross tied for  second.  In the Junior School Boys  Groups, first went to Ashley  Fielding, second to Garth Paul  and third was Jesse Little. In the  Senior School Boys Group,  Patrick Roye was firsl. Adam  Fiedler, second and Steve Mill,  third.  The Induro flagged in Ray  Bremner first, Shawn Woodruff,  second, and Martin Cooke,  third. In the Motor Cross,  Patrick Roye placed first and  Ross El kin, second.  The Old Timers did very  well with George Prosick, first,  Martin Cooke, second and Ter-  rry Watson, third.  Finally the King of Pender  Harbour went to Patrick Roye  for the second year running.  Congratulations to everyone.  If you would like to race in  next year's races, all you have  to do is show up at race time.  The club would love lo see  more local kids particpating, so  start your engines now.  A reminder  If you have any community  interest or events that you  would like to see in this column  and cannot get hold of me,  please "feel free to drop them off  at either the Petro Can or Marina Pharmacy. Please attach your  name and phone number.  Harbour firefighters  The fire department still  needs help in donations with  their operating budget for insur- Jv  ance, fuel, maintenance and  extra lifesaving equipment.  The fighters have worked  extremely hard in the last few  years to acquire the jaws of life,  rescue van and air bags.  If you would like to contribute a donation to this very  worthy cause please send your  donation to Box 304, Madeira  Park, BC VON 2H0. Thank you.  Sea Scouts  The Sea Scouts would like to  thank Linda Nichols for teach  ing them basic water safety and  Rita Zotoff for teaching the  scouts boat safety. Many thanks,  Rita!  As the tide changes  A reminder that May 3 to 9 is  national animal health week. Do  something special for your pet..  Happy anniversary to Ab and  Wendy Haddock.  Nursing buffs - The Victoria  Order of Nurses was formed in  1897.  A special thought of appreciation to all the mothers out  there. Until next week - be good  to yourself..  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Cotfl News, May 4, IS*)J  education  Elphie students Outward Bound to  face five day Pemberton challenge  The year is 1440 Torpedoes lear through  the hull of a British ship in the North  Atlantic Again it is the younger, stronger  seamen who slip Ivneath the icy waters The  old hands, the men hardened by the lasl  World War, lenaciously hang on lo storm  driven litelxiats and aie rescued  Lawrence Hull, then owner ni the Blue  Funnel Steamship Line, wanted to know  why more younger men perished He met  with Kuit Halm, founder ot the (iordstoun  School in Scotland Halm's school was the  Mining ground of Kings and I'lincesses  Halm lelt that the survivois had a "toughness  of spirit itoiii living through WW1, which  gave the older men a resource!illness, which  enabled them to survive "  In 1941, Holt and Halm developed a  training school in Aherdovy, Wales, which  emphasized group experience, res|Hinsibility  and individual strength of character The  fatality figures for the young seamen they  trained declined.  Holt and Halm's program, Outward  Bound, will touch the lives of 1ft Elphinstone juniors and seniors this week (May 2  to 6). The sludenis along with PE teacher  Bill Sluis will attend Western Canada's Outward Bound training school in Pemberton.  Sluis is enthusiastic: "These kinds of  'These kinds of  experiences change  people. They change  people's lives'  ���mil situs  experiences change people, ll changes people's lives The kids learn group co-operation, how to take a leadership role within the  group, how lo make decisions They leant lo  challenge themselves within a supportive  group network. They all know that the group  is only as strong as the weakest person in  that group, and thai each of us lias individual  strengths Some of the kids are belter at  fundraising, than, say, leading a hike But all  of them have llie opportunity lo do both. We  learn to rely on each other."  When asked alHiut what activities (he sludenis will be participating in, Sluis replied:  "We will be rock climbing, rappelling and  making snow shelters. We will be doing  avalanche and rescue work. The students all  have completed Safety Oriented First Aid  certificates. We will lx- using map and com  pass skills The kids as a group will determine our direction.  "This program allows us opportunities for  self-exploration which are not found in the  traditional classroom setting. It gives students the opportunity to make decisions,  whether or not it is the right decision It also  gives them the chance to critically evaluate  the decisions they make."  Sluis' students have raised funds for the  project through rallies and car washes. They  have received funding support from local  individuals, some businesses and community  service organizations.  Outwatd Bound provides group instructors, backpacking equipment, I nod supplies  and sleeping bags.  Outward Bound has 33 international  schools; Pemberton is one of two schools  located in Canada As a non profit society,  Outward Bound has been training sludenis of  all ages in BC since 1%'J. Initially Ihe program was lor men only, with the first all  women's patrol participating in WO. In  1973, patrol teams became coeducational  Said Outward Bound marketing coordinator  Anne Halle: "We've trained more than  10,000 people through the Pemberton School  since we opened. We offer a range of programs for students, as well as programs  designed for adults and older people."  THE 1ANDING CENEIM STORE  For Mothers Day  Belgium CliiHiilaii'.s, S[H-.ialtv t aillees  (i.ihiiiv (V Ku'lui Soaps ft Stilus or  We'll Make You A Special Gift Basket  272 Gowei Pt Rd C.il.s.ins UmHm ��� 886-2818  ��� eh, iciht. aa-ul biruLti.  ��� Jjoori on iMXdmina, auiiluui en tnafti  j ��� tzthecud caxtli fox eJ\\otiitt i -Day '  .^"Revolution from Within. ���,....  Ir1     . hy China Sleii  TALEWINI)  BOOKS  French immersion decision well received  by Nancy Moots  Parents of French immersion  students in both public and private schools responded warmly  to the school board's April 28  decision to begin intermediate  French immersion in September  1993.  Tlte first year of the program  will provide French immersion  for 30 to 40 grade 4 students at  Implementation of intermediate program will be a first in BC  Sechelt Elementary School. It  will he the firsl intermediate  immersion program in B.C.,  according to Colleen Elson,  director of programs for the  school districl.  a Gift Certificate  from  Miss Sunny's  Hair Boutique  Miss Sunny's  Hair Boutique  Madeira Pk. Ctr.  883-2715  ii n   Give flowers  ��AMe  Azmca't*,  liitge Selection ol lieddii^  Plant*  Gift, certificate* availabli  CtMty'b  COUNTRY GARDENS  WhailHd,Sechelt ,385-3606  Coast News Cksifieds  886-2622  885-3930  Mary Findlay, whose son has  been in the early French immersion program for five years,  feels this decision ensures the  survival of the program. "It'll  he a really nice alternative  option," she said.  Findlay is a member of Parents for French, a group promoting French education. Parents for French pushed for Ihe  primary school French immersion program which was established in 1986.  Two years ago, the school  board stopped accepting new  students into French immersion,  while allowing students already  in the program to continue taking classes in French. Some disgruntled parents responded by  establishing a private French  immersion school, L'Ecole  Passe-Partout, in Roberts Creek.  Twenty-five students now  attend Passe-Partout, 10 in a  kindergarten class and the rest  in a mixed class for grades one  through three. Jane Whileley, a  member of the Passe-Partout  executive who has two children  in the school, applauded the  school board's decision to go  ahead with intermediate immersion.  Whiteley said it is likely that  older children from Passe-  Partout will enter the new program at Sechell Secondary.  Passe-Partout has not yet decided whether lo. offer classes  above grade 4, she said, but it  would be a big job because the  school is parent-run.  "From a personal perspective, I would look very seriously  at having my children transfer  back into public school."  The minimum of 30 students  should present no problem,  Whileley said, because of the  number of people in the district  who strongly want French  immersion.  Findlay also believes there  will lie plenty of interested students, as long as students get  some exposure to French in llie  primary grades. However, slie  regretted the board's decision to  impose a minimum of 30 students for the firsl year of the  program.If the students have no  French background, she said, a  class that size might ask too  much of the teacher.  Just add love  **-* Mothers Day is Sunday, May 10  Send the FTD*  Mother's Love  Bouquet  43  Or the FTD  Spring Garden  Bouquet.  Just call or visit us today.  Flowers & Plains   ~'MMmJti%:  886*3371  jDat JL&banon <^zdau%anJt&  Come & Join CJs For Lebanese Cuisine  Mother's Day Specials  Open  7 days a week  10 am-11pm.  >CH.SD|NWE,KJRE$     includes  Chicken, Beef, Lamb  & Vegetarian dishes,  Shishkebabs, Falafals,  Cappuccino, Espresso  & Desserts.  Everything  we make  la made with  LOVE!  COMPLIMENTARY DESSERT & CAPPUCCINO FOR MOMMVS  Catering for Parties and Weddings ��� Eat in or Take-Out  886-3572  In OIBSOMS PARK PLAZA HWY 101 / Fast Friendly Service, Friendly Atmosphere  capture the day  create a memory  unique floral creations  fresh/dried  abundance of lush flowers  selected with you,  with her in mind  clear wrapped with  your choice of ribbon  ��� we deliver ���  Marine Dr., Gibsons Landing  (next Ir, DtacksirJc PtamtKy)  VIS/a-MASTEIlCArlD  open 6 days a week-closed Wednesday  Call Janice  mim ( oast News, M.iy 4, 1992  17  COASTZNEWS  SECTION  Hour at hand tor Tp\  poetic Pass  aaj aaaa seyd  /llienuxin breaks over Ruby  Lake with the first of the rain  dial rides in over the mountains.  Tlie purple flowers of ihe clema-  iis crawl up the side of the  |xirch, while a tricycle sits idle  by ihe wixhI pile Outside the  house, the branches of the fir  irees sway.  For the past 1(1 years it's been  Ihis kind oi rural domesticity  which moves and shimmers  under the more complicated  themes in John Pass's poetry.  Whether il is llie sound of  thrushes in salal, the shudder of  an approaching storm or an  "accident of sunlight" the immediate experience Of Pass's life al  home near Kuby Lake lias led  him to look closely al his world,  and lo see ils threads connected  in his poems to larger events in  far ranging times and places.  Most recently, Pass's tenth  hook of poetry, The Hour's  Acropolis, was chosen as one of  three fxxiks of piaelry nominated  for llie B.C. Book Prizes, to be  announced May 7 in Vancouver.  Published last year hy har-  hour Publishing in Pender Harbour, the Ixxik mixes quiet and  intimate scenes of Pass's own  life with mythical figures and  legends from the ancient past,  presenting a concern with  human connection and continuity. In the Hour's Acropolis,  glimpses of classical figures like  Orpheus and Apollo exist alongside and afternoon's drive lo  Garden Bay or work on a carpentry project.  "Whenever you deal with the  classical world, you're making  the assumption that things are  relevant over a long period of  time," says Pass. "Things do  echo and repeal."  Many of the old myths are  still relevant today, he says, as  metaphors for particular stales  of mind or experience. In the  latest Ixxik, "I wanted to address  what the classical world meant  to me at this point in my life."  After ten books of pwlry,  Tlte Hour's Acropolis was also a  conscious attempt to try something different, says Pass, by  forcing himself to look al familiar scenes and images in a new  way. "1 didn't want lo have it a  Nominated for a BC book prize,  local poet John Pass says poetry  wakes us up' to tbe world and  helps us to communicate.  John Pass ami wife - poet/publisher Theresa Khiskan - at home.  Right, Pass wilh their old Chandler press - the mainstay of their  home printing operation. Jane Seyd photos  all laid out for tne. I wanted to  surprise myself along the way.  "That's what poetry has  always done for me," he says.  "It's woken me up to the world  in a sense."  While in recent years poetry  has certainly slipped in public  popularity, for Pass it still offers  an immediacy thai can't really  be captured in other fonns of  expression.  Since he first started writing  al 16, "poetry seemed lo me to  be very direct and efficient,  "says Pass.  It can also be "very utilitarian, " he says. "I don't think of it  as just a recreational activity."  The essential purpose of  poetry is "to wake us up" lo new  ways of thinking and seeing the  world, says Pass, and despite its  highbrow image, lie says, poetry  is still essentially aboul communication. It confirms "that your  experience is also someone  else's. Not lo be lonely, essentially.  "You realize that is quiet  naive and self-centered and  indulgent. But having said that,  it matters. It doesn't seem that  there's anything more important  we might be doing on earth than  trying to speak to eacli other"  Because most people today  don't make early connections  between language and (heir  emotional lives, "it's increasingly lonely being a poel," Pass  admits. "You become patient  witli that after a while.  "You have to bring a lol to  poetry lo get a lot oul of it," lie  says.  And while many people can  gel frustrated with poelry's  quirks and subtleties, mystery is  still an essential element, says  Pass. "Nothing looked at closely  makes sense in some easy conventional fashion, whether  you're looking at a tree or a  building or another human  lieing."  But dial still doesn't mean  that poets have a licence to write  whatever Ihey feel like: "I don't  think a poem must be true to the  writer's own imagination."  That's something other people  can't verify, but you know when  you read il whether someone is  really milking their very best  attempt to tell you the truth or  not," lie says.  "If you read poetry a lol and  try to understand what you're  reading it's a great filter for  bullshit of all sorts. Normally  we're blind to that in this culture, we're checking whether  dales are right...but there's some  character of sincerity you can  become attuned lo which is  more than just the facts..an accu  racy of lone."  The Hour's Acropolis, says  Pass, is one of a series of books  attempting to give "as wide a  view as 1 can over this period of  my life" which includes among  other elements, his concent with  home and lamily. Time spent  with his wife, poel Theresa  Kltiskan, and iheir three children  is essential to his work as a  writer, as is the quiet quality of  his rural lifestyle on the Coast.  During his earlier years in the  city, says Pass, there were  always distractions and the  constant company of other writers meant "it was much harder  not to question what you were  doing "  These days, when he's not  writing poetry, Pass teachers  adult basic English at Capilano  College's Sechelt and North  Vancouver campuses.  Together. Pass and Khiskan  also run High Ground Press,  which publishes limited edition  broadsheets and chapbooks of  poetry on an old Chandler and  Price letter press.  Alxmt his own recent nomination for llie book prize. Pass  comments: "It's not especially  important whether I win or not.  But il does show the work has  some relevance to a wider audi-  Guzek to exhibit at  Show Piece Gallery  The Show Piece Gallery, located at 290 Gower Point Road, will be  exhibiting recent works in serigraph, watercolour and pastels by local  artist Greta Guzek from May 14 to May 18.  Greta Guzek lives in Gibsons with her husband and children. She  grew up in South Africa and completed a Fine Arts degree at the University of Pretoria, majoring in graphic design and printmaking.  In 1980, Guzek and her husband immigrated to Canada where she  found a whole new visual reference and colour palate to interpret and  make her own. She is principally interested in capturing aspects of her  environment that typify its character from a joyful and spirited perspective. Slie is fascinated by colour and patient which she uses optimally in her work.  Seafood *?foube  FINE DINING ��� ELEGANT ATMOSPHERE ��� SUPERB VIEW  Featuring Chicken, Steak, Veal  & Seafood Specialties  DINNER HOURS:  Wednesday to Monday  4:30-9:30  LUNCH HOURS:  Thursday to Monday  11:30-2:30  CLOSED TUESDAYS  Everything from a Quick Lunch  to an Evening of Gourmet Delights  including Tableside Flambes  ~* DAILY DINNER  SPECIALS   M  Reservations Recommended  886-3891  1500 Marine Drive, Gibsons Landing  ISS.  ,m  1  W 18  Co.ist News. May 4, 1992  11:00 AM-3:00 PM  Twelve Gourmet hot  dishes including Prime Rih,v  Roast Ham with Pineapple  Sauce, Chicken Coq au  Vin, & Fresh Seafood  Newburg  ��� Fresh Fruit  ��� Delectable Desserts  RESERVATIONS ONLY 885-384!  MOTHER'S DAY DINNER  from 5:00 pm Regular Menu  leisure  Anne of Green Gables  reheasals underway  Rehearsals began Wednesday  for the Sunshine Coasl Music  Society 'l summer' production of  the musical Anne of Green  Gables  Conducted by Lyn Vernon,  directed b> Ed Boerenu with  choreography by Karen  Boothroyd. the play involves a  cast ol 33 local thespians ranging in age trom eight to 65.  The production also requires  the services of the 25-piece  Soundwaves Orchestra plus a  whole troupe of helpers "It's  really exciting being involved.  so people just flock to help,"  said spokeswoman Pat Forst.  Players will be involved in  tour rehearsals a week from now  uiiill Anne of Green Gables, a  Canadian classic, opens at the  Rockwood Festival Pavilion in  July.  There will be evening performances July 3,4.9. 10 and 11  at 7;.H) pm In addition, there are  two matinee perfonnances, July  5 and 12 al 2 pm.  Tickets are available through  the Festival of the Written Arts.  883*9631.  Patrick the Sedona Storyteller  pholo submitted  with Specials  RESERVAJIONS REQUIRED   885 3847  V ! East Porpoise Bay Rd.  mmmi���  OLD COUHTRY FISH 6 CHIPS  (across from Dockside Pharmacy)  FRESH FISH  DAILY  Hours:  11:30-7:30pm  430 Marine Drlve,Glb��on�� (lormerly Marlnert Take Putt  Sedona storyteller to tell Creek tales  Patrick, the Sedona Storyteller, will be spinning tales at the  Robert* Creek Hall, Sunday May 10.  The whole family will enjoy stones bom of the earth and the sky,  and learn about native American lore. See what Brian Walker, author  of The 1 Ching and The Hua Hu Clung, is talking about when he says:  "Patrick's heart is large and he knows how to make you feel like you  have a rainbow coming out of the top of your head."  Patrick will share his magic at the hall beginning at 3 pm. Tickets  ($4) are available at the door for children ages three and up; accompa-  nving adults are free. For further information, contact Karen at 886-  2669.  SOME PEOPLE (All OUR  HEW AUTOMATED VOICE ELECTRIFYING.  Starting May 5. an automated voice will handle your 'O plus' Calling Card!" collect and  third-number calls. But making these kinds ot calls won't make your hair stand on  end. Just dial '0' plus the number you're calling, like you always do. Our new, automated voice will then come on the line to guide you through the billing choice you've  made. And it's just as easy to receive a collect or verify a third-number call.  A simple 'yes' or 'no' does it. What's more, once you have the instructions      ������#���'  down pat. you can use shortcuts to place your calls even faster. If. on the other hand  you want more help.a B.C.Tel operator will come on the line. Regular long distance  direct dialing procedures remain the same For a brochure that explains the long and  short of it, just call your local customer service olfice or visit your nearest PhoneMart  So if you're looking for a hair-raising experience, you won't find it calling  '0 plus' with B.C.Tel. We suggest you try a horror flick.  OFFICIAL ill IIVERSAL STUDIOS MONSTERS'"   TM ft a) UNIVERSAL r.lTY STIJOaOS IMC   ALL ROUS RESERVED  LrCENSEDBf MCA/UNIVERSAL MS*CHaV*alt*IMa rrvc Coast News, May 4, 1992  19  leisure  arts haat  The ill-informed fate  of Poor Old Nessie'  by Ruth Forrester  While wailing in line at a  supermarket on a recent visit to  ihe US of A, 1 noticed Ihe  headline on one of the tabloids  which read LOCH NESS  MONSTER CAPTURED!  There was an accompanying  front page picture - a "World  Exclusive photo" of a diver  with his arms around a monstrous creature, along with the  quote, "We've caught the last  dinosaur on earth!"  comfortably on the bottom of  the loch.  Since this is a creature which  needs oxygen, ihe net is  installed with air hags which  are inflated three limes a day lo  bring Ihe beast to the surface to  breathe.  The report continues: "The  most intriguing thing about the  monster is its demeanour,  which by all accounts, is good.  Our divers have actually  become quite friendly  Terrain and Vista, an exhibition ot paintings by Robert Kinnaid  runs May 6 through lo May 31 al die Sunshine Coast Arts Centre. An  opening reception with the artist will he held al Ihe arts centre Saturday (May 9) from 2 pm lo 4 pm.  Robert Kinnard's painling revels in ihe relationship between the  image and the paint, displaying an astounding vocabulary of marking  and working techniques. The large scale of the landscapes keeps die  end in harmony with the means, but this is very painterly representation, with influences from Cezanne via Delaunay and DeKooning.  Art rental  Art Rental and Sales takes plaice Tuesday, May 5 from 2 pm to 6  pm; a chance to beautify your home or office with original Sunshine  Coast artwork. Tlte arts centre has over 40 local artists with more  joining and more welcome.  Come by and browse. New works this month are by artists Greta  Guzek, Don larvis, Christel Fuoss Moore, Ursula Frilsch, Vivian  Chamherlin, Lionel Thomas, Lenoie Tkachuk, Noreen Marshall, Jan  Bryant, Peter Jolly, Susan Fletcher, Irene Bruce and Charmain de  Montreuil.  Call for submissions  For Ihe Handmade Boals exhibition in August, the curator is still  looking for examples of glued lapstrake construction, bright-finished, cold-moulded construction, cross planted bottom skiff, any  other weird or wonderful small boats showing traditional craftsmanship or contemporary creativity.  Contact Larry Westlake 885-5412 Wednesday to Saturday, 11 am  lo 4 pm, during arts centre hours.  Without hesitation 'We've CUUght wi,n ������- ,hey s,roke ������*���  I parted with 75 cents .     . head and let it eat  the last  in order thai I could  read the full story,  while knowing that if  such an event had  really taken place, we  Scots would have been among  the first to hear of it.  The amazing thing about it  was, that on reading the inside  pages reporting this sensational  event, one was almost convinced lhat this had really happened, and that the rest of the  world had been kept in the  dark, with only this particular  little, sleazy publication being  the recipients worthy of notification, with all the details  included.  The article claimed that, on  December 22, 1991, a group of  scientists from seven countries  had captured the Loch Ness  Monster in a steel net bated  with tuna fish. The world was  now being provided with the  first clear photographs of  Nessie, which was first sighted  in the year 690 AD.  Statistics given were that it  is 70-feet long and weighs 20  tons.  Researchers don't yet know  what they plan to do with it,  though it is believed that, after  they finish taking blood and tissue samples, it will be released.  According to Ihe report, the  capture of the Loch Ness Monster capped a three-year, $9  million research project which  was organized by a Dr. Genet  and supported by scientists in  France, Belgium, Italy, Germany, Sweden, Norway and the  United States. Not one mention  of Scottish scientists being  involved.  The group claimed lo have  spent 32 months mapping tlte  floor of Loch Ness with underwater cameras and sonar. Having familiarized themselves  wilh the monster's turf, ihey  bailed a 175-foot net with 3,000  pounds of raw tuna fish which  they lowered into the loch. The  net was suspended by special  air bags that allowed the  researchers to raise and lower  it. After some time, the monster  swam into the net, struggling  furiously al first, then resting  dinosaur on  earth!'  May 8+9  ��">Jiilce Box  m  fp       Saturdays  MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME  886-2-  right out of their  hands."  The scientific team  also discussed the  possibility of moving  the monster from the loch to a  laboratory, but decided lhal it  was "too risky." They also  thought about building an enormous underwater cage to keep  it in, but are unable to secure  Ihe estimated $5 million it  would take lo finance the project.  One can only surmise that  the next report will be that  Nessie has been released, due to  the fact that the money could  not be raised.  To give you some idea of the  calibre of this particular publication, here are some of the  other headlines in the same  issue.  "DOG CALLS IT QUITS  AFTER 11 YEARS AS  MAYOR OF A CALIFORNIA  TOWN." Another stales,  "TEEN DROPS DEAD HAVING SEX WITH OLDER  WOMAN," and yet another has  a bold headline, "BLIND GIRL  HIRES SEEING EYE GUY."  The trouble with these kind  of papers is that probably many  thousands of people read this  stuff and believ^e every word  therein. They will, no doubt,  'know' that this actually did  happen because they read it in  the paper.  Scary, isn't it!  Dr. Ronald W. Komm, Inc.  Certified Specialist in Orthodontics  wishes to announce the availability of  ORTHODONTIC SERVICES  at the Sechelt Denial Centre  For appointments call: 885- 2038  Raven's Cry  presents  ARTICLE 99  Starring Keifer Sutherland & Ray Liotta  Rated Mature ��� Some very coarse language/jcene j ol surgery  SHOWTIMES  Fri. May 1 through Thurs. May 7  Fri. & Sat. - 7 & 9:00 pm  Sun. - Thurs - one showing al 8:(X)pm daily  TICKET PRICES  Adults $6 ���  Students $4.50  Seniors & Children  Under Twelve $ j  COMING  ATTRACTION  RADIO FLYER  Starring Lorraine Bracco  Rated Mature  May 8th - 14th  Raven's Cry Theatre  LOGited at House Of Hewhiwtis, Sechelt BC  PHONF NUMBER   885-4673  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Coming...May 20 & 21  from New York  The  GIZMO GUYS  TICKETS: $10.00  Sunshine Coast Choristers  IN CONCERT     TICKETS: $7.00  Fri. & Sat., May 29th & 30th  _    THE CENTENNIAL SINGERS  ^ Saturday, June 6th  iff'  For your convenience you now can purchase  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park  883 2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons ��� 886-3626  Call box office for information: 885 4673  ~r~n      I'-J  WW/  ���wet �������*������" *gfr "  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milbutn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosematie Cook 885-5821  FEATURE RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK  NEW  CHINA KITCHEN  Out Gourmet Chinese Buffet has over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar and dessert. Full menu service also  available during regular open hours.  Private dining facilities available for meetings, banquets  and parties. Seating up to 30 people.  Open 7 days a week. 11:30 to 10:00 pm  Enjoy our buffet & salad bar everyday  Lunch Buffet 11:30-2:30  Dinner Buffet 4:30 - 8:30  Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101  886-3028  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant - Lunch and dinnet  special every day. Every Wednesday  nighl i*. Prime Rid Night. House specialties intitule veal dishes, steaks, seafood,  pasta, pizza. Thai food and lots of NKW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great Brunch  Buffet every Sunday from 11 am - 2:30  pm. Hwy 101, Gihsons, 886-3388. Open  Sunday and Monday 11 am - 9 pm,  Tuesday - Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  TtM Boat HOUte - Just a forty ride away  in beautiful Horseshoe Bay, offering daily  choices of fresh and flash frozen seafood  from the West, East anil Gulf ('oasts as  well as a variety of other specialties Join  us after 3 pm for dinner or for our spectacular Sunday Brunch, served between  10:30 am and 2 pm. Friendly service in a  relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some of the reasons you'll keep  coming hack. If you have an important  rendezvous or a ferry to catch, please let  ns know and we'll make the necessary  accommodations. For reservations call  921-8188. All major credit cards accepted.  Citt Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere  with warm, helpful staff Homemade pas-  las, quiches and daily specials aie all prepared with the heshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious Our whole wheal  bread and scrumptious desserts ate baked  tresh daily, no the premises. Outside dining, take out orders for the beach ami cap-  pucino ate available. The Coast* a  bistro..,as unique as the Coast itself.  Monday to Saturday, 9 am - 3 pm. Closed  Sunday. Teredo Square, Sechelt. Phone  ahead for your lunch! 883-9962..  Dar Lebanon Restaurant ��� NOW OPEN  in Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101. Lunch  and Dinner features include Chicken,  Beef, Limb and Vegetarian dishes,  Shishkehabs, Falafals, Cappuccino,  Espresso and Desserts Open 7 days a  week, 10 am - 11 pm Eat in or take-out.  Catering for parlies and weddings. 886-  3372. Everything we make is made wilh  love!  Hald-A-Way Restaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us tor greal dhiiug  at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons  Motor Inn on Hwy. 101 at Park Rd Our  friendly, helpful staff ami warm, pleasant  atmosphere will add to your enjoyment ol  mu excellent breakfast, lunch and dinner  menu, which includes a children's sec-  lion We're open Mon ��� Thurs 3 ���() am to  8 pm, Fri - Sat 3:30 - 9 pm ans Sunday  3 30 am ��� 8 pin Our Sunday bnltei (II  am ��� 2 pm) leatures a scrumptious salad  bat, with a large selection ol hot and cold  dishes and desserts li.it lo your heart's  Content. Reservations 8864301. 33 seals  plus Imik|ih'I room  The Omega Pizza, Steak and Lobster  House - With a pertect view ol (iilisons  Marina, and a pood time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watcher's paradise.  You'll often see Bruno Gerussi, former  star of ihe BeHchcombers, dining here.  Menu includes pizza, pasta, steaks and  seafood. Steaks and seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very  special children's menu. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons Hat how  at 281 Gower Point Rd. 886-2268. Open  for lunch Mon. - Fri., 11:30 - 2:30; dinner  daily 4 - 9 pm, Fri. A Sal., 'lii 10 pm.  Village Restaurant - Cozy family style  cafe with an extensive menu featuring  special pasta dishes, steak and seafood  dinners. Come in and check out our daily  lunch and dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays arc Prime Rib  nights. Fully licenced. Open 7 days a  week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm; Fri.,  Sal. A Sun., 7 am to 9 pm. 5663 Cowrie  Street, Sechell. 883-9811. Visa A  Mastercard accepted.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Creek House ��� Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. Wc serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recom  mended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 883-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays   A    Tuesdays.    Visa    A  Mastetcard, 40 seals.  New China Kitchen - NOW OPEN in  THE GIBSONS PARK PLAZA, 1100  HWY. 101. Come enjoy our Gourmet  Chinese Bulfet featuring over 16 hot dishes plus salad bar A dessert. Also featuring  two full service menus including  Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or Dinner.  Licensed premises, dining facilities fm  meetings, banquets and parties. Hours:  Sunday - Thursday 11:30 am ��� 10 pin.  Friday A Saturday, 11:30 am - 11:30 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am ��� 2:30 pm, dinner  buffet 4:30 pm ��� 8:30 pm. For reservations call 886-3028. Visa/Mastercard  accepted.  The Wharf ��� Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Bninch from 8  am ��� 2 pm. Fully licenced and air  conditio ncil Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 883*7283.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural beauty  of Jervis Inlet while lasting one of onr  many homestyle specialties in the pub; or  Ihe casual surroundings of our family  restaurant. Out "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile north of  Egmont on Maple Road  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub - Great  food every day all day. Appetizers and  full menu along wiih terrific daily specials, available 'til 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thurs. open 'til  midnight, Fri. A Sal. open til I am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations accepted.  B86-817I.  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and entrees  featuring local pioduce and fresh seafood  in a relaxed setting wilh ocean view.  Average dinnei ftir Iwo, $30. We're now  open 7 days a week 11-11 with our  kilchen open Irom 11-10 Pender  Harbour, 883-1143, Mastercard A Visa.  Fuiiv licenced.  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Enjoy the view ot East  pt ii poise Bay Irom yom lable ai ihe Blue  Heron Inn, located on ihe waterfront at  Poroolsc Bay Relail and enioy a supcib  dining experience, Reservations are  tcqiiufd for dinner Winter hours: Wed. ���  Sun, lunch 11 am - 2 pm, dinner 3 pm  883*1847  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - a tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspina Strait sel the theme lor a beautiful nighl out Friendly, courteous staff,  fine international cuisine, comfortable  surroundings, soli music and good wine  add up to make youis a night to remember. We aie now open Friday. Saturday  ami Sunday evenings from 6pm until 9pm  fot your dining enjoyment. For reservations or more information, please call  883-7038  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernie a Gwen's Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers,  chicken, desserts, drinks, ice cream. Free  home delivery within 4 miles, after 3 pm  only, on $10 minimum orders. Small  charge for orders under $10. Hwy. 101,  Gibsons. 886-7813. 20  Coast News, May 4, 1992  "WHERE QUAUTYCUMliS FIRST'  BAIT AND BLOWN  ENVmONNil-tNITALLY FRIENDLY  CELIXJLOSE  iWATLAN  0*3-86^8741��  leisure  The chronic insomniac's guide  to late night television viewing  Dy S. Nutter  If you are in must respects a  pretty well average hear, but  yOU preferences run to top  theatre productions, comedy  accompanied with some actual  v, it, spirited debate among well-  informed types on politics, literature, art, the stale of the world  and so forth, if in short you  would rather watch a biography  of someone like Robert Frost  rather than, say, 'Lives of Ihe  Rich and famous', then you  A" Better Bobcat Service  ���EXCAVATING  ���BACKFILLING  Selective  & Low Impact  Clearing a Specialty  ���DEMOLITION  * SITE PREPARATION  ���ROCK WALLS  Sand,  Gravel,  & Topsoil  Single or  Tandem Axle Dumptrucks  Available  may he having some trouble  organising your sleeping time.  A large, an extraordinarily  large proportion of the best stuff  that has been produced for TV  worldwide is programmed here  to come to us between the hours  of I am and 5 am.  Who is ihis audience? You  are apl lo wonder Perhaps,  having taken a prudent i'ui  through a production of Hawaii  Plve-0 you are more or less  alertly pies, nt at 2 am tor what  turns out t��� be a smashing production of Anna Karenina (from  the U.K. in this case). Along  about three or four it can steal  over you - who else in range of  this station can he up watching  this marvellous show?  ll may be that chronic insomniacs are actually best served by  television today. In North America lhat is. In Europe ihe best  programs are prominently pro  grammed for the best and most  'k\f you are a  reasonable chap  you will of course  turn the sound  down'  convenient times. There's lots of  the other stuff, some of it more  formularized, more simplistic,  than any of ours, but with as  much as four channels you can  do this as long as its not all  advertisers doing the programming.  So under our circumstances  what is needed if you want to  see some of the best is a simple  reorganization of your time. If  you have a nine to live job you  may have to develop a skill,  quilting maybe, and become  self-employed. You may also  have a problem thai there will  be others sleeping within the  sound range of your set. If you  are a reasonable chap you will  of course turn the sound down.  You may have to hear the Agin-  court speech from Henry V  pretty well sotlo voce. Pavarotli  can be a problem.  But if you make these few  concessions there are simple  pleasures, other than the classics, thai come along in the early  hours. There is something about  the mind-set on a dead quiel 3  am that can make it a real pleasure to watch small, straight  programs that you might well  skip in the relative hurly-burly  of day-time TV.  You just seem lo have more  lime in Ihe early morning.  Cooking shows, travel shows,  shows examining the structure  of the atom, all fall easily within  your attention span Nature  shows perhaps in particular.  Exhaustively filmed studies of  the daily round of ants, octopi,  marmosets, snakes, anything il  seems, seem to have more significance just before dawn.  PBS (channel nine) has been  ending its broadcasting day with  a program called Wild, Wild  World of Animals. The last one  1 saw had as moving about  tinder water off the Greal Barrier Reef wilh a special interest in  sharks. There are, as I hadn't  altogether realized, a really large  number of quite different sharks  We were Introduced lo one who  has been around for .ISO million  years He has a small moth hut  great jaws and an ahalone shell  is nothing to him. We watch him  munching away...At end of ihis  you get yourself a snack of  Gorgonzola or what's ahout and  go lo bed. Who knows what  dreams may come?  THINGS TO DO  on the .Sunshine (oast  Everyone Welcome  TTOcr Harbour  Golf CLUB Jr^  JEfev.  Power Cait Available  Lounge & Snack Bar  Hwy. 101,2 km*, north ot Garden Bay tumotl  Phone 8*3-9541  Browse  mShow Piece Gallerym  For Handmade Gifts ��� Pollen/ ��� Cards ��� Candles ��� Art Supplies  280 Gower Point Road. Gibsoni Landing ��� 886-9213  Visit  mShow Piece Framesm  Quality Custom Framing  ���    fs&t Fraine-lt-Yoursell Section  Wilson Creek Plaza  ���  885-9215  CLIP & SAVE       ^  F* bc fgrrigs Schedule  ANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  JERVISINLE"  HORSESHOE BAY -LANGDALE   |   EARLS COVE * SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale Lv. Horseshoe Bay  6:20 am       2:30 pm    7:30 am       3:30 pm  6:30 4:30        9:30 M 5:30  10:30 6:30 11:30 7:25 M  12:25pmM   8:20M      1:15pm       9:15  M denotes Maverick Bus  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  6:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 am       3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:25 M 7:30  11:30 9:30  If you are Buying or Selling.  the realtor you choose can make Ihe difference.  FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE... Call us!  lyi/1/MITTEN  JUU REALTY LTD.  885-3295  681-7931  (Van. Toll Free)  CLIP & SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1 via Norm M , Saacot.  FWttm, Goal**- Pt.. Ff��nWin, Marine Or  Depart '5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart 8:14 am 4:11  7:45 3:45      Langdale 10:11      6:11  945 5:45      Ferry 12:11 pm 8:08  11:45 7:45      Terminal 2:08  ���No S:atS am run Sat, Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:4512:45 pm, Mon-Sat.  Information, eommentt or suggestions - 886-9318  ROUTE 2 via Piatt. Ctiasiar. King Veterans  Hwy 101, Wootaeek Pk., SC TiaHw Park  Depart    7:30 am 4:25   Arrive   7:45   4:40  Mall    * 11:00      6:20   Mall    11:28   6:40  12:25 12:40  *11:00 am routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt.  NOTE: No 5:30 am or 7:30 am service Sat,  Sun. or Holidays  SuiUMMt AgeKete* ���  INSURANCE TRAVEL  886-2000 886-9255  fled Carpat Sanrica Irom Friendly Professionals in Sunnycrest Hall, Gibsons  m  Travel  MM  ���MMBMI Coast News, M.iy 4, 1992  21  sports  Enjoying Ihe dip of the paddle in the waters off Paisley Island.  Janice Edmonds pholo  byRadyNobl  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club winners: April 27 - Jean Coyle nnd  Doris Housley first, Marjorie Paterson and Gwenda Thain, second;  Maria anil Bert Chatham and Don and Mike McCarthy tied for third.  April 2U - Joy Wilson and Joy Middlelon first, Marilyn Lyons  with Louise Nichol and Marjorie Paterson with Gwenda Thain tied  for second.  Beginner bridge classes will start in May. To register telephone  885-5552. ACBL contest: first, Pat Ashby, second, Patli Phillips, and  third, Bert Wickham. Coining up May 29 to 31, ACBL tournament  in Parksville.  Mon Time HI. Ft.  1:20 10.4  4    6:05 13.5  MO    1:25 1.4  8:50 14.9  Fri   Time Ht. Ft.  5:15    10.5  8    9:20    11.9  FR    4:35     3.4  Tun Tim* Ht. Ft.  2:05  6:45  2:05  9:40  10.7  13.3  1.4  15.0  Sat   Tinw Ht.FI.  12:15  9    6:35  SA 10:45  5:30  14.9  9.7  11.2  4.7  Wad Time HI. Ft.  3:00  6    7:25  WE    2:50  10:30  10.9  13.1  1.7  15.0  Sun  Time Ht. Ft.  1:05  10 7:45  SU  12:30  6:40  14.9  8.5  10.8  6.1  Thure Time Ht. Ft.  4:00  8:15  3:40  11:25  10.8  12.6  2.4  15.0  ��  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  forijnjnmgwiimm add  1 hr. 40 mln. plua 5 mln. lor tacit It. ol r Ira*  and 7 mln. lor each n. of tall  Pacific Standard Time  Tide Tables courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138 Sechelt ��� 885-1919  Although Sunday's miserable weather kept many of the  less-hardy golfers at home, the  72 who braved the rain for the  Mixed Scramble had a sloshing  good time.  The wonderful spaghetti dinner thai followed helped warm  up the soaked players. Thanks  to Don and the rest of the  kitchen staff for their efforts.  The grand prize winners,  wilh a score of 2 under par,  were Boris Meda, Howard  Webster, Dave Harmon, Phyl  Hendy, and Helen Milburn, Sr.  Congratulations lo them and io  all the good sports who took  part in Ihe event.  The Mixed Twilight golfers  played for a special evenl prize  donated by World Class Travel  and the Upstairs-Downstairs  Shop. Mary Babcock and Larry  Boyd were Ihe big winners,  with Donna Johnson and  Howard Webster in second  place, and Marianne Hagar and  Al Heaven in third.  Low Pulls was won by Rose  Webster and Chuck Barnes, followed by Barb Bradshaw and  Sandy Hagar. Donna Johnson  and Larry Boyd took "closest to  the pin".  The 18-hole Ladies played  the first round of the Kay Butler  Tournament as well as their regular Low Net game, with the  following results.  First Flight: Phyl Hendy  (71), Barb Mercer (75), Mary  Horn (76). Second Flight: Marg  Skelcher (77), Ruby Head (77),  Juanita Wannamaker (78).  Third Flight: Marlis Knaus (69),  Helen Milburn, Sr. (79), Marg  Arbuckle (79). Fourth Flight.  Mary-Jo Pierlot (68), Nan Nan-  son (77), Helen Milburn, Fr.  (77).  Rudy Crucil, George Bay-  ford, Larry Farr, Bill Babcock,  and Guy Lewall walked away  with the Low Net (33) when the,  Senior Men played on, Thurs  day.  They were tied by the team  of Walt McMillan, Laurie  Evans, Harry Johnson, Andy  Gray and Jim Richmond but this  team lost the draw.  Al Boyes, George  Townsend, Erwin Buchhorn,  Art Kiloh, and Jack Milburn  (34) took third spot The tees  were won by Frank Taber,  Archie Dove, Bill Sexton,  Bernie Parker and Ola. Johan-  ���00. Kay Phillips was closest to  the pin on #8  Remember, golf is only a  game whoever said that lias  never played!  NOTE-.  STMOTO&S  roc/*...  r1AA��&C/AL  ��H/CL��  /TAC/L/TY  117 SUNSHINE COtST HWY., ( Hill flUt RD. ) CIIS0NS  ACROSS  FROM  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA  A  rr.  E3  EVIHRUDE  OUTBOARDS  SPRING CLEARANCE  ON IN-STOCK  OUTBOARDS  3HP (E3REN)  6HP (E6REN)  8HP (E8REN)  9.9HP(E10REN)  15HP(CE15REN)  $700  $1100  $1300  $1600  $1800    4f  GREAT FOR SMALL BOATS  OR BACK-UP... COME IN NOW!  COTTRELLS  Marine Service  mm AUTHORIZED DEALER  8863005       EEVinRUDE  1051 Sunshine Coast Hwy., Gibsons, B.C.     OUTBOARDS  Mo\r.  Sgh��Seab  Just For Mom  Main tubes chro-moly with an over-sized down-tube produce  a light frame with increaed strength  Shimano 200 21 -speed group and STI push button shifters  provide easy wide ration shifting  Araya alloy rims with alloy hubs make the bike both light and  durable with Increased braking power.  '92 .Ladies  .Bush Pilot  21 Speed  Mountain Bike  SALE   reg $369.95  329  95  For The Kids  Accessories Coast News, May 4, 1942  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  EXCAVATING  Industrial    AUTOMOTIVE      Marine ���"  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1661 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 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Commercial Emergency    886-8414,  CONCRETE SERVICES  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Cleating & Development  Cam Mackenzie  ���T-*  886-3558 f  ctLiui��a        ,.L-VI!l  240-6314    \S3A  e��A M  Bill Jessiman \  MINI EXCAVATING  SEPTIC FEIIDS ��� BACK FIUING  1ANDSCAPING ��� DITCHING  SECHELT B.C. ��� B85-R948  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Reo Conlfoctinq  Drywall, Vinyl & Cedar Siding  urn imimuis  Robert (Bob) Osborn  cibao'iw. i.e. von ivo 886-9531.  kw* mmtmmmmmmktwm ^^P.W m> sHflMf m mkwm^mr  All types oi concrete work.  Sidewalks, driv*-w.iyt;, slabs   smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  Qeettfy Ctecfete Wen Wmsjmm^wmwwnf _  POMFRET  "CONSTRUCTION  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  RR2 S41 C5, Qlbsons, B.C. VON-tVO   Phone:886B900  1  BigorStniHWeOoThcmflll  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  For All Ymtr Drywall Needs  Please Call: 886-9204  QIBSONS SfIND  & GRAVEL LTD.  Office: 886-8511  XZ^lZXXZir**   Cell: 328-7117  Res: 885-2008  >J (Mr VfturaV. Air CtNtf tBfjtafai  r-jn,  MJJ. Vinyl Siding  1  Soffits, FASIA, Shutters  (KDAR SIDING  Fred Cocker P() Box 1 596  (Uav,M.auial Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-6065 V0N3A0/  _ . - Rrsiairntial A  Vj Commf rrial ('iinstrurtion  RrrfarrMntMU.  Additions  ^   Laurie Lacovetsky ��� 885-2887   J  Swanson's  Ready Mm Ltd   Dnptuh ������ ...    ,���Act-Mint* .     , hx   ,  jjgjMj     I   M5-53MI   IM5-222B1  3 Batch Plants or me Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechell Pender Harbour  Boh 172, S417 Burnet Rd . Sechell  A. J. CONTRACTING  Roofing * Insulation * Painting  Concrete * Vinyl Siding  Free Estimates  885-8924;  ROOFING  Specializing in all types ol  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves GUAM^m  O Ready Mix Concrata  l\ C Sand a Qraval  N aT    CONCRETE  CRANE ��aL*^"\    I TT1  RENTAL 1   1    L't-t-   slaUM, IHf SI WHM  aaammm       XS     ���"  885-7180 curbs etc 886-817.)  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If  you %A/i;rf  .ldV<M  tisin��| here,  you  il l><  i t-.i��liii��i   -iliout  yfMir  ��>t;lf  KVfM  And  ylif>fly  ���-.<�� would  Hist;  ._- A  wm\m eojeoidc  GIBSONS, B.C  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Industrial  CONTRACTOR  -vLicJ18922 ffeelsfanatcs 88IJ-72S4.  r  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  ���J  EXCAVATING  8TONUFT - HOOK HEIGHT 6S  15T0N UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80  ���JSaRST      ..886-7028  I  REIMOVATIOIMS WEST  COIMTRACTIIVG  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations ��� Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  Bl 91063* Hon rUlaSICn 885-0891 altrr6 0l)pm  BRIWTIMEWMA1M KCAVATIMB  ��� Seplic Fields ���  ��� Drainage ��� Excavation  ��� Water Lines      ��� Rock Walls  ��� Landscape Construction ���  -        A ,     RENOVATIONS WITH      ~  UAAnJG       *T0UCH 0F class  p(yA ���*��*���    COMMERCIAL i RESIDENTIAL  IMPR&K/ER "5r  LTDt HALFMOON BAY  Q>  D.C. 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W(VTIDROW  litsirttnlial * Cas Installation* ti'Smiire  Rm: (604) 568-6707  ^ot Toll Free Paper: 1 979-4371  Propane &  Natural Gas  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Your Full Floor Covering Store  "Quality <* Srniic Willi a Funnily Smile'  Free Eslimale ��� 8*5-3966 ��� Tom Styles I  taswsaa^a^Coaaliaarv.Saclaa.vMaaAO ^y  CONTOUR  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpel & Blinds  VSHOWROOM651 HWY. 101 ���GIBSONS- B.C. ��� PHJFAX:866-3191/  SPOT-LESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  * Interloi/Emenor FREE ESTIMATES  * PinsMim Wri-atvufj dOQ  QCMQ  * SpeCMliy Willi Finishes "O J"*f OHeJ  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Cabinets  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886*8615    *    res. 886-2231  Sack.lt  A XIV Store  Furniture Land  Higliway 101. Boa 2549. Sechell. BC VON 3A0  Telephone (004) 885-5756 ��� Fa. (604) 885-2756  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS t BATHROOMS ���  886-9411  Cellular  6*544907  ^m��a^  I SALES S INSTALLATION LTD.  7a*ia? Floor Store al Your Door  With Free In- Home Shopping  Hardwood ��� Ceramics ��� Wall Tiles ��� Glass Tiles  Area Rugs ��� Carpels ��� linoleum ��� Floor Tiles ��� Marble  Class Mocks  885-3582 ��� 88oaW>8 / Mon. - Sat. 9:30 - 5:00 pm  Showroom 4349 Hwy. tot Wilson Creek Coast News, M.ry 4, 1992  2!.  travel  Pacific rains storm in  on Pineapple Express  SPCA NEWS  Lovely kittens rrntly for a |(ood home are now available at the  Gibsons Animal Hospital. If you want one of these special Mends  view them by dropping by or calling the SPCA at 885-4771.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Gamp Run  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  ���Pj WaM*^r9a^aww} 3sWe^^aWj  "Our position is Zihuatanjfo,  1738.09N 101 3J.20W." This  would only make sense to you  ocean-going sailing types But  it's the return address to my latest newsletter from relations  who are spending their early  retirement sailing tip and down  Ihe coasl of North America. All  I know is it's somewhere near  Puerta Viarta, (PV) they abbreviate it  In this letter they are whining  about the rain instead of how  insufferably hoi it is. On hoard  the 47-fool steel hulled, two-  masted sailboat Keeha (named  after an Indian village and beach  on the Wesl Coast of Vancouver  Island, near Ramileld, the child  hood home of the captain), Ihey  have survived the worst January  on record in KM) years in Mexico.  It apparently stormed all  through January and when you  are at sea and storms hit, Ihe  safest place to be is away from  land so if you drag anchor your  boat will head out to sea rather  than onto the beach. When the  wind comes from the opposite  direction you are said lo be on a  lee-shore, and you may end up  on the beach.  Usually this is not a problem  because Ihe weather never  comes from the southwest at  this time of year. Supposedly  there is no rain in Mexico in  January, but at the above position Keeha experienced storms  with winds up to 35 to 40 knots  and that meant sleepless nights  while doing anchor watch. Once  the wind died down, the rains  came and they found it difficult  to distinguish where the rain  stopped and where the ocean  r AQUA BLAST ^  POWER WASH  HOME /COMMERCIAL  HOT/COLD WATER  lPag��r# 885-5111      EWl 865-5950,/  . v��'��"   OW* ' Siilt Witter licences jL-j-^i'  ' Motel f. Campsites ' VV.H.t T.ixi *W-*r"  ' Marine Repairs      * Ii ������ .mil T.u He       8H3-22t,(, J  I** PRECISE PAINTING & PLASTEJ  a All Pluses ol Drywall  e Complete Custom Painting  ��� Fire & Water Datnift  a Journeyman Workmanship  Neale Vance  886-0928 Put Bail-aa-as 886-9199 J  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  LANDSCAPING  Trees Tree Seivice  Tree Surgeon 3   884-5263 (24 hrs.)  ,*  "**���  J,a.,   ���LllRgillB  ��� I'rilinnn  ��� SliapillK  ��� Danger Tree  Kpiiiov.iI  fully in.ur-d     We Buy Timber t.p-ci Th- But  w:  Limtiinu & Topping  ||}.'r. Land Gearing  S & G TREE SERVICE  I ^iAi. Topping ��� Trimming -Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  I /WW Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Ye?rs Experience  885-3897  MARINE SERVICES  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & I  Chris Nipper 886-3468  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  Qlbsons. B.C. VON 1V0  & Beams   ^IjLJ  &  'uccaneer  Marina r> Resort ltd  located in Secret Cove 885-7808  MARINE SPECIALISTS ?i years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 8 C Tharmoglass 8,  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  l.'.HiMli:,'  "outboards  Vttu  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  TNi Sunshine  Coast't Evinrude  Dnlir  MmiMgi  THE AU NEW  SPITFIRE SERIES  RUDE  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kill  Y  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  POOLS & SPAS  PRECISE LEISURE PRODUCTS  POnWINGHBO  mmtmmnto. jttt})mM.       PM* VMarMu  .VmhW ^^*\ i5-t,000f*.  ���H7-H4I ^^L    -       poostsnu  began. "Not even on the West  Coasl of Vancouver Island have  we ever sfg,, j,, raucn rajn- ,|,e  captain's lady exclaims. The  rain catchers Tilled their tanks to  overflowing on the firsl nighl.  By morning Ihe storms abated  and a survey of damage was  done  There is a lagoon between  ihe towns of Melaque and Hatra  de Navidad which was bulldozed open lo Ihe bay lo prevent  further flooding of the two  tiwns. By mid-morning Ihere  was a football field of lily pads  lloaling oul lo sea, but luckily  the current look the debris further down the beach.  Until the end of January  there were only Iwo days of  sunshine before another storm  raged in and passed. The  'Pineapple Express' was said to  lie responsible for this inclement  weather and while no one wanted to say it was a direct result of  'El Nino', most sailers decided  to cancel their plans to sail lo  the South Pacific this year.  Next stop, Islu Grande and  Ixtapa before the Acapulco stay  and then off to Costa Rica!  PANORAMA  Water View Lot ��� 180�� Facing Howe Sound  Langdale ��� Gentle Slope, Treed  Approx. Dimension 179' x 211'  Facing Water ��� Over 1/2 acre  Serviced with Underground Power,  Cablevision, Water, Etc.  Contact M. Poppel  682-6861 or 886-7349  ALLIED  A Free Gift for You  from Sears and Us  The Careful Movers  When you make your move with Allied, in addition to quality service  you will receive your own personal "SEARS WELCOME HOME  MERCHANDISt SAVINGS BOOK'1 lilled with coupons that can add up  lo thousands ot dollars in savings on many ol the items you will need  as you settle into your new home tiH NN, ,��� yw (||||  nn ubUtilion nllMMtr,  LEU WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local ft Long Distance Moving  HWV 1QV GIBSONS  Pender Hirbour customers      ... ������*��������  gjtjM CALL COLLECT IM'/DM  Who says  Canada is the  best country  in the world?  The  United Nations.  ��� \ 'lltf Human Development Kr|x>ri (1992)  Is published by the United Nations  Development Programme, The Human  Development Index (HDD used in this  report is based on an evaluation of the  life expectancy, education levels and  purchasing power in 160 countries.  Canada  125 years to celebrate  ,���*���  ,t     i 24  Coast News, May 4, 1492  VUiy 4, 14*12  rm J^~.   ^>   \TZaTa\Ta7^TiB   Coast News (Monday) Classified Deadline:  F*&V for 2 fnsertS ^M      Noon Fridays  Get 4 insertsFWHHf w -���J3SSS&  Redrooffs -1700 aq ft 3 bdrm. 2  bain, 20'x 36' mgiound pool;  compiele bath house, work shop;  sloiage shed; 1.1 acies; lully  landscaped $229,000 885-3674  ���I8w  New 3 bdim by builder 1400 sq  It Finished. 3 appl, mortgage  helper down $164,900. Can Ciaig  885-0946 eves. #20*  Paradise coiner 3/4 acie over  rooking Gibsons Haibour, to mins  lo yacht manna, quiet, evergreens  background on Gibsons Cieek  ravine. For multa-reveloipment All  services. 666-7870 ��20w  3 bdrm 2 level home. 1 1/2 balhs.  30'al5' workshop in Madeira  Park. $92,000 1874-0960 ��2icn  14.70 Fleetwood Mobile Home. 3  bdrms. 1 1/2 baths, shingled roof,  4 appl, located in Gibsons on  sunny I acie with lawn 6 fruit  liees $115,000 666-3985  ��19w  2 Industrial tots on Venluie Way.  Price reduced. $145,000 oilers  946-0465 ��19w  Wanted: Private property homes.  No agents please. 885-9071  eves. ��19w  Soames Point - Large 4 bedroom,  home with revenue or guest cottage on lully landscaped lot.  Exceptional master bdim with  ensuite. Close to terry, beach 6  regional park. Corner ot Feeney'  Owen Rd. $197,500 886-21B2 ss  New cedar log cabin (model-no  land included) Metal root approx  420 sq. It. plus loft below cost  price, asking $14,000 296-5215  ���19w  Homes &  Property  CENTRAL SiCMELT  $93,900  2 bdrm lancner, almost 1/3 acre,  duplex zoned, very pnvale. easy  walk lo town center Lois ol storage, l/p. new h.w. lank, single cat-  port, 3 sheds, fishpond. Nick 885-  6340 Valley Pacilic ��19w  By owner. Twin Oaks Strata  Townhouse wilh altached carport  Two bdim.. laige sloiage loom.  patio, appis 6 window coverings.  Phone 886-3460 all. 6pm. I19cn  Lowei Gibsons Lol 37, Cochiane  Rd Good level building lol, with  lane access al rear, close lo  beach s manna $57,500 Call 883  9435           ��I9  New 24x56 moduline home on 6  acies wiih 1006 sq. It. shop. In  Welcome Woods area Musl be  seen 885-0590 $135,000    019  New quality built home, YMCA  Rd. Langdale. 3 bdim up ensuite.  soaker tub. angle showei, corner  sink. Main bathroom combination  bath/shower unit, 2 bdim. downstairs with balhioom tub/shower.  Large utility room, rumpus room,  2 car garage. 665-4616,685-2735  eves. ss  Langdale. by owner, attractive  1056 sq. It. 2 bdrm. bungalow on  83'x163' lot. 690 sq. ft. linished  bsmt, 2 FP, insert in bsmt. New  double windows and carpel, carport and cedar siding exterior.  886-9290. mess  Pendei Haibour semi-waterfront.  3 bdrm. s;lit level home, 16x34  shop on 1/2 acie t overlooking  Headwatei Marina, perlect lor  boater. Now only $154,000. 883-  9317 ��20  Homes &  Property  48' x 330' ol pnme low bank  waterlront in Gibsons Haiboui  neai Gibsons Manna House  needs repair but could be lined  up lor lecieationai or rental use  Property zoned Tourist Commei  cial (C2) Double gaiage plus  sloiage shed. $189,500 Phone  Jenniler 1669-7070. SS  1/2 acie lot Lohn Rd. Redioolls,  conliolledsubdivision, $49,500 I-  228-9680 ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  1.   Home a Property  <*T\  t   Births  3.   OMtuerlet  4.   In Memorlam  9.   Thank You  6.    Personal  GREAT)  7.    Announcement  e.    Personal Services  9.    Weddings 6  JDEAV  E nQAQStTW nls  IO. Lost  If. Found  12. Pels fa Livestock  13. Music  *"j"U"j?  14.  Travel  ^2*^2  16. Wanted  rt^a^B  16. Free  ^^  17. Oarage Sales  ���  IS. Barter a Trade  30.  Bed tnd Brtikfisl  19. Appliances  11.  For Rent  30. Furniture  32.  Commercial for Rent  21. ForSele  33.  Entertainment  22. Heavy Equipment  34.  Help Wanted  23.  Autos  36.  Business and Home  24. Trucks  Services  29. Campers  36.  Work Wanted  26. Marine  37.  Child Care  27. Mobile Homes  36.  Business Opportunities  26, Motorcycles  39.  Legal  2*. Wanted to Rent  40.  Too Late to Classify  Saws**  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY a8.1-2868  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9J5I  In Halfmoon Bay  BAJ STORE 885-941*.  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885- MOO  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930      j.  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Docksiitr Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  3    Obituaries  7,   Announcemenl  LADIES IN TRANSITION  Conlact Kattiryn al 682-0260 days  oi 8857823 altei 7 pm For an  idea lo help you financially or to  leduce your personal sliess and  add lhal exlia energy needed al  this lime. 120  FOOT   MASSAGE   Certified  Helieaoiogisl al Ihe Creek Hail  Salon Thurs 6 Friday alternoon.  Please phone lor appl. 886-9234  OI885 55I2 ��20  ANDERSON REALTY  > RecrealMin ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  CATALOOUI  y-8f Cowrie SI   Boa 1219  Sechell  B C VON 3A0  866-3211 FA> 885 2699  Van   Toll Free 664-8016  Davis Bay. view. 3 bdrm, 2 balh,  den. 21 p. lamily room, carport  $154,900 885-7750 No agenls  #19cn  Foi sale by ownei. Sechell Village. 3 bdrm. lully renovated  house $128.500885-7978.  #18  MILHOLM Passed away Apnl 28.  1992. Joseph Cumming Mrlholm.  lale ol Gibsons in his 99th yeai  Survived by one daughter Belty  Biake ol Gibsons; 5 grandclui  dien Glen. Daicy. Teiry. Bob and  Colleen. 7 great-grandchildren  and one brother Bob Miiholm ol  Vancouvei Service was held Fn  day. May 1 in the Chapel ol  Devlin Funeral Home. Gibsons.  Reveiend Don Lewis officiated  Cremation <18cn  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  Chaiming new 2 bdrm home,  Sandy Hook. $128,500 OBO 885-  6276 ��I8  Lohn Rd/Redioolls. 1/2 aae plus  level, well Heed lol facing south.  Quia neighbourhood with quality  homes. Well priced. 865-2079.  I1SW  OPEN HOUSES  SUNDAY. MAY 3,1:30-4:30 pm  (i) Magnificent 1 yr. old home on  1.76 acres, 189' tidal WF. sandy  beach, protected mooiage. 6219  Sechelt Inlet Road  (2) 19 acres. 134' goigeous  oceanlront. 2 complete modern  homes, each very private. 23 km  NW ol Sechelt at 11101, Hwy  101,  Anne 6 Biian Paiker, pgi. 623-  5116; HI, 925-2427 Sutton  Group, Sentinel Realty.  15 acre island, deed, sheltered,  Haidy island area. $79,000.  Phone 487-9736. #t8CN  5    Thank You  My sincere thanks to Dr. Myhiil-  Jones, all the stall at Totem  Lodge, Stiorncliffe and St. Mary's  lor Ihe care and attention given lo  my lale wile Gerda over the  yeais. Werner Bom and Son's.  no*  6.   Personal  Teacher will tutor Math/Science  Gibsons lo Madena Rels 883-  2405 119  Attention home and RV owneis.  Finally a three stage portable,  compact water system that  removes It different toxic coma  minimis For pure drinking waler,  call 866-2855. ��19cn  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883.24 houi line.       TFN  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  There's always service with a smile when you  place your classifieds at B&J Store, our  Friendly People Place In Halfmoon Bay.  ���I itai1 tot* it it as buying a satin  nouses llooitlilasoelpiigpeople  ttlme wtiil tnj warn oul at Ht'  Nn Question About It"1  CALL  KEN SHEARSMITH  885-6277  GnMK2L  JKWNS8IALTVMC.  J'tOTMEOOST. SECWir   US-MO   Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need lo talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition House lor confidential 24 hi.  service. 666-2944. TFN  BURSARY  Gibsons Business > Professional  Women's Club are ollering a bursary to a mature woman furthering hei education. Applicants  should provide details of course of  study, brief personal summary  and reasons seeking bursary.  Musl be submitted by May 31,  1992 td P.O. Box 1012, Gibsons,  BC VON 1V0. #20W  SWM 50 would like to meet a  petite lady who enjoys the out  doors, dancing, fishing, dining out,  baibeques. Doing things together.  I'm an easy going guy so donl be  shy. Write to Bon K, c/o Bow 68,  Coast News Sechell, BC VON  3A0 ��19*  Friendly group wailing lor your  company. CAMEO. Singles  Club. Man/ 886-7825. Nick 886-  7054, Maureen 885-5633   #19w  Wantedll tOOfweighl watchers to  invest in their health. Eat anything  and lose 10 to 29 lbs. in Ihe next  30 days. 100% natural, doctor  recommended. 886-2855  ��19cn  7    Announcement  Does someone in your family  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 886-9903, 885-7484, 886  9059. Al-Ateen 886-2565.    NC  KENDAN CEDAR  PRODUCTS  Greol Mother's Day Gift  Lattice ��� Trellis  Planters ��� Pofio Furniture  Quality Workmanship  MASON RD. SECHELT  Shop: 885-3282  Res. 885-6221  Adull children ol Alcoholics or dis-  lunclional families please call  866-3849 or 685-4622 tor help.  NC  9.   Weddings &  Engagements  lafljij  Mark Paelkau and Nicola Walkey  will be celebrating Iheii marriage  with family and friends at SI.  Hilda's Anglican Chuich in  Sechell, on Saluiday, May 16 al  2:06 pm. Their first home will be  In Kingston, Ontario.        ��18cn  Swap 3611 Trojan tri-cabin excel,  twin engines, $69,000 lor property  on Sunshine Coast. 885-2954.  ���tfJCN  Waterlront home, Sandy Bay near  Powell River, immaculate,  $345,000,487-9575.       HI8CN  3 bdrm. 2 level home, 11/2 baths,  30x15' workshop in Madeira Pk.,  $92,000. 1-874-0960      H18CN  Spectacular ocean property nearly 1 aae, 1248 sq. ft. home solarium, backhoe oi pickup as part  payment, make ofleis. $189,900.  885-7738. ��18CN  Large Lol in Selma Park. 3 bdrm,  2 bath. 2 l/p. t in-law suite.  $145,000 885-5489 evenings, ss  GAMBIER ISLAND  $116,000 Overt ten of unique  semiwatertronl with 2 bdrm.  log cabin, sundeck, shop and  carport. 1/2 acie fenced with  gardens and fruit trees. IM-  4917 No agents please.    TFN  21/2 acre serviced lol lor sale,  neai Secret Cove 224-6180   ss  View lot. water, hydro. $42,000  firm. Chambeilin 6 Central, Gibsons 886 -9049. SS  Stillwater. South Powell River.  Basement home, view, beach,  $98,000,487-9334. SS  East Coast Orphan Girl seeks  Klndered Spirits. Anne (with an  "E") #18w  Conlidenlial Secretarial Service! 1(6-4740 Accuracy and  satisfaction guaranteed.  Resume!, correspondence,  estimates, screenplays ��� we do  It Ml Laser printer. ��16W  ��� ������������������I  BROOKS A MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Eovitootneot  Fneodty Pwo.s     ?  io an  Colour. Ot .  The Rainbow     /,  Including Gieen I  A Bus. 885-2923  Res 885-5058  13  ,*J  Hi my name is Seynxxir, I'm  a medium haired lobby  3yii old. neutered I need a  littia help finding my way  home so if you could help or  by chance I'm vacationing at  your home please call 886  9495 Thank you  MASSAGE WORKSHOP Learn  basic msssage. Instructor David  Dressier, R.M.T. Sat.. May 16.  11:30- 2:00, FilCo, 743 North Rd.  $25 payable by May 13 al FriCo  oi Gibsons Heallh Centre into  886-4606, 686-3622 Partner il  possible. #20  We buy beer bottles snd beer  cans, paying 10 ��/doi. 886-  6039. TFN  Whiting - Dana, Gail and Kyke are  thrilled to announce the arrival ot  Curtis Raymond on April 22,1992  at 9:13 am at St Mary's Hospital.  He weighed in at 8 pounds, 15  ounces and is the pride and |oy of  his grandparents, Ray and Sue  Whiting and Ula Head and great-  grandparents, Vera Head, Bill  Farnham and Alameda Whiting.  Thanks go to Drs. Lehman, Burl-  nick and Esley and al the nurses  in the OR. Special tham-s to Ingrid  and Paige. #18cn  '/  Expert       - |  repairs and  servicing on all  brands of sewing  machines.  Singer, Kenmore,  Pfaff, Janome,  Elna, Bernina,  and all makes of  vacuum cleaners.  - Free Estimates -  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  SEWING MACHINE  ft VACUUM CENTRE  Cowrie St., Sechell  (opposite Bank ol Montreal)  a     885-8843  12   Pets &  Livestock  Ban Python, 5 tt long with aquan-  um and heat rock, gentle and  lame, $275.885-5690.     ��18cn  White female spayed cat. 885-  9552. ��19W  Free Puppie Springer and Sheep.  Available May 21883-2231   119  Wanted: Maltese male dog for  breeding Not loo ok). 885-9693  119*  Sharper pup, female, 5 mos. old.  $400,886-8571. ��19cn  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS - loi horse  bedding (no cedar). Gibsons  Sand 6 Gravel, 686-8511 eves.  885-2008 TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then 6 Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Marlee Fashions.    NC  Help reduce Ihe pet ovei population problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  We are now carrying a selection  ol hoise products i.e. fly repellanl,  halters, brushes, etc. Catalogue  available.  Unicorn Peta 5654 Cowrie,  Sechelt, 685-5525. MOW  WEIGHT WATCHERS  New 10 week session beginning  Wed., May 20. For more inio call  Carol 886-7454. ��20W  19   Appliances  Wattle cone maker for ice cream  mil cones. $400 OBO. 886-7522  or 886-7955. ��T9cn  Inglis harvest gold 18 cu. ft. frost  Iree Indge, $200 685-5774.  ���IBcn  15' Gumey It fridge h.g.; 30" Gurney stove hg.; almond Gibson fl  Iridge; polat small bar fudge;  woodgrain door, very nice, $149;  Viking 15'2 di, fl hg Indge, $349,  Admiral 30* hg, stove self-dean,  $279; White Wesl H 30' stove,  self dean, corning cooklop, $297;  Speed Queen, almond dryer,  $179; Inglis portable washei,  $289; Inglis supei B 17 8.1.  almond Indge If. $449; Gibson 16  c.l. almond II Iridge, $379, and  more 90 days lo two yeais warranty. Call B|0tn 885-7897 or Corner Cupboard 885-4434.      #20  Will buy nonworking major appliances. 885-7697. ��20  *  ��  WANTED: Old '45' records for  school music program. 885-2144  #19  Yamaha PSR ��� 19 electronic keyboard/stand and adaptor, $270;  Aha pro II R.S. slray cat piolessional electric guitar, $150. 885-  3547 or 886-7069. #20W  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886*2843  Set of concert Toms, $100; base  pedal, $25; snare stand, $25 and  rii-hat stand, $30 OBO. 886-7736  aft. 6 pm. U18W  Yvonne Banie is now working as  an oulside sales rep. loi Elite  Tiavel. Call 886-4862 or 886-  2522. ��20W  Cardboard box containing tapes,  makeup in Paisley case, BtW  zebra striped swealei t bright  orange leans Lett al Raven's Cry  Theatre. Call ooUect 1-322-1221.  ���18  Set of keys at Headland 6 Wells  Lane. Claim at Gibsons Coast  News office, 537 Ciuice Lane. 18  Calico cat on North lake Rd., t  month ago. 883-1154.      #18cn  Camera with case, no film. Found  on Gibsons Whart, Sat, Apr. 25.  to daim call 886-7006.     H18CN  12. Pets &  Livestock  Beautiful Lab X puppies for sale.  Avail. May 30.865-5527      #20  LLAMAS FOR SALE Females t  msles now avail. Exc. breeding  stock with great disposition.  Cedar Ridge Farm. 1127 McKen-  zie.Abbotsford. Call 1-859-7252.  ���20  Blue Heeler free to good home  with acreage. 966-0626      ��20  20. Furniture  Dining  room,  solid  wood,  mahogany table c/w 5 chairs.  $300 886-9656 (leave message)  20w  Deluxe chiome kilchen table, 48-  60", 2-12" leaves, 6 chaiis, good  cond., $150.886-8866.     ���20cn  Small bdtm. suite, single bed 4 6-  drawei dresser, w/miiroi, offers.  886.7711. ��18cn  Anlique - buffet ��� china cabinet 6  hossier. 885-0950. #20  Sofa hlde-a-bad, $450; recliner  chair, $150; kingsize waterbed,  $250. All in exc. cond., 886-8866.  ���20  Queen bed, exc. cond., $100;  twin, $50.885-2727. ��20  Small dining loom suile, table,  buffet and 6 chairs. Excellent condilion, all wood, $800 OBO. 865-  4735 ��0W  Sofa 6 chair, beige tweed, high  back, $350.885-3358.        ��20  21. Foi Sale  Top $ paid for military items.  Ftrlles, bayonets, badges, medals.  886-7591. ��29cn  Hairdresser who does hair in her  home. Call 885-9997. ��20  Cranberry bushes and perennials  up 10 $2 per shovel load. 886-  4558. MBW  Utility trailer, 885-5416        #20  Cement Mixer, camper 8-9-1/2',  newer cond., 886-8382 eves. *20  Old - antique carpenters t cabinet  makers tools, also old toy trains 6  metal toys. Call collect 576-6370.  ���21 en  17. Garage Sales  Amber and Upland Rd., Tuwanek,  Sat., May 9. ��1BW  May 9 4 10, 8124 Cedaiwood  Southwood, 9-3pm 180 amp.  Welder, powersaw, campei tie-  down, new 12V trolling motor, 10  hp g. tractor, plow, lolotillei with  motor 6 lots morel #18  999 Fairvlew Road, Gibsons Sal.  May9,t0-2pm ��18  Sat., May 9 only, 9-2pm, 825  CSheaRd, Iree colfee.   ��18W  GIBSONS WINTER CLUB Annual Flea Market June 7. For table  rentals, phone Kathy at 886-8155  days, 866-3211 eves.      *20cn  792 Mountainview Drive, Gibsons,  Sal., May 9,11-3. ��18cn  Sat., May 9, Gibsons United  Church, Stewards Yard Sale  Church Hall, Glassford Rd., to  am, no early birds. ���18W  Sat., May 16 lots ol goodies,  10am-2pm. 995 Grandview Rd.  (east of Pratt Rd.) No early birds  please. ��19W  Annual yaid sale, St. John's United Church, Davis Bay Rd. 8  SimpMns Rd., Sat, May 9.9:30 to  12noon ���ISon  ORIENTAL CARPETS  Invest In the luxury ol a beautilul band knotted wool carpet.  To view call Orienlal Reflections 885-7000 #19  Two 24' stoves and fridge. 685-  7590. #18cn  Walkeiized, 2101 low houis, bars  and chains induded, 1991 model,  $900 OBO. 83211, ask lor Brian.  ���20W  3 spd. 10" radial aim saw, $150;  Dimplex radiant heater, $50; 5  spd 3/4 HP drill press, $150.  Phone 886-7649. #20W  Leam to scuba dive. Piolessional  instructors. Full Padi Certification.  Seasport Scuba. 885-9830   #2t  Jack 6 Jill Iresh chicken sale.  Contact Heather. 886-4992 oi Pal  886-4869. #19cn  New prolessional worm drive circular saw, 71/4', 13 amp, $160.  886-3107.       ' #20W  Sacrifice Building Sale Three  new cedar windows, tOx 4 1/2  $550 each; black 6 peach Chinese maible me. $4 pei sq. It.  mortal included 883-9550 #19W  Rhododendrons and azaleas,  same low prices $3 50 $10 NO  GST. Large selection. Open  Thurs. thru Sunday. Roberls  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lowei Rd.  886-2062. #19W  Cleat oul sale of rifles and shotguns. 886-7591. #1901  GENESIS concert tickets for June  14 at BC Place. 886-9799. #20cn  RIFLES  SKS, Mouger, 303, 12 gauge,  Martini BSA 886-3600.     #18cn  1991 Giant ATX 760 mountain  bike, brighl yellow, exc cond.,  hardly been ridden, $525 OBO.  886-7711. #t8cn  Swing set - galvanized, good  cond., $60; 2 kids' bikes for 5 lo 7  yrs., 8 to 10 yrs., $20 each; 1  scooter, $15. Call Jim or Aii 886-  3148. #l9cn  Firewood for sale $65 cord. All  types Toll Iree t ���977-9909   #19  -*��   11 1/2' Security camper. Every,  thing works inside. Needs new  jacks. 2-600x13 nylon tires, cabinet sewing machine, 10 spd. racing bike, 2 bikes, oil slove, 10'  stainless steel pipe. Offers 886- '  9271. Free dishwasher.       #18  Lowery organ with beat box tape  excel, cond. $1000 Replica oak  desk $400 885-7792 #18  Steel cargo container B^kS 1/2x20.  dean, dry. weather tight. Already  here on the coast. 885-2400  $1700 plus taxes Firm.        ��t8  Harvest gold stove, $175; dbl,  stainless steel sink, $30; EvenHow  2 in 1 car seal, $50; formula 1 cat  seat, $25; booster seat, $15:  kitchen cabinet doors. 886-8899  iiim  Compact Kenmore washer 6  dryer, great running order, $375  for the pair, single bed wilh home  made Irame. $35 886-8005  ���18W  Clearance special Adidas leather  runners, $45 per pair, t pair only  ladlies white size 5; t pan only  men's while, size 8; 1 pair only  men's black size 81/2. The Landing Clothing Co. 886-2116. #18W  Aiico Gas luinace Good cond  $315 885-6276 ss  Apartment size dryer $150; 3/4  mattress 6 box spring $85 886  39M m  IBM Selectric II typewriter, $150.  886-8771. TFNS  SALE  8' cedai 4x4's, $6 each. 885-  503L _ss  35 mm Ricon camera outfit incl.  flash, 100 mm macio, 200 mm  telepholo, 2685 zoon plus filters.  worth $2000 .sacrifice $550. 885-  5774. #1801  Mobile Camp Kilchen compiele  kilchen with stoves, freezer fridge,  sinks, utensils. Feeds up to 50  people All mounted on converted  bus wilh 350 VS. 5 spd. $6000;  20'��30' dining tent wilh tables,  chaiis, $1000.866-8097.   #18cn  110 v elect, range, 3 bumei 6  oven, suil RV oi boat; 2 new Dan-  lorth type anchors c/with 301 chain  foi boats to 33'; Westbend barbecue and cover; metal stroller 885-  2954. ��16cn  Table charm dinneiware sel. Victoria pattern, service lor 8. Original cosl, $690, asking $450.885-  6040. #IScn  Artists canvas, double piimed.  acrylic, 100' toll, 54' wide, $350.  883-9317. #1Bcn  IBM compatible 640K dual disc  diive. $550.885-7634.     #18cn  Minolta 8 Camcorder video camera, $350 OBO; Zenith 21" TV,  $100,886-3663. #16cn  Aluminum running boards. Stan-  dardcab, $75.885-5002 eves.  #1801  Brand new Bioan built-in vacuum  syslem with poweihead and  attachments, $500.885-5774.  11801  Sideband CB, 12 volt converter.  microphone, meter antenna 6  cable, gd. cond., $225.865-5690.  ���tScn  Oil luinace'- greal woiking condition. Tank and accessories incl.  Make an oiler alter 6pm. 1-291-  7402. #18cn  SIMS SNOWBOARO 163.5 cm  Teny Kidwell Freestyle, exc.  cond.. $400 OBO 886 7098 #18w  TJS SOIL Topsoil -Baik Mulct)-  Mushroom Manure. Phone anytime 885-5669. TF(I  Deep freeze, $150; Smith Corona  punier Call altei 5pm. 886-4697.  #18*  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, eigonomic  design grip bell, $850 OBO. 866-  7097. ss  Floal house. 750 sq. It one  bdim.. piopane appliances, wood  heal, $12,800 OBO 885-1942. ss  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam foi  gardening and hoise bedding  Cedai and bark mulch foi olhei.  Gibsons Sand 6 Gravel Ltd. 886  8511 eves 885-2008.        TFN  HAY/Straw UN/Bale  GARDEN MULCH HAY  $3.50/Bale  OATS/WHEAT .tO/lb.  Phone 885-9357  TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  4' PVC solid or perforated pipe,  $1 LABS 4: $23; 3: $15; 2: $10;-1  1/2', $8, all 10' lengths, will deliver 886 3910. TFN  300 gal. Fuel lank wilh hose. liM,  sland. $250 Lister diesel 4 cyl 31  hp, needs repair $250 4' pum  Irom fire boat $300 883-9228 #18  Case 446 aoeage trader hydrostatic drive c/w 46" mowei. Low  hours on new Kohler 18 hp  engine. Will take welding equipment as partial trade. 883-2142   #18  Bike 4-7 yrs, $25, girls bike 6-9  yrs, $50 Small box canopy $100  885-6160 #18 Coast News, May 4, IW2  25  Take Advantage? of oar New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times,   jjj  and pay Jx>r only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  CEDAR SHAKES 1 LUMBER,  any size. Will cuslom cut. 885-  5660 or 885-5601. TFN  6 cyl. Ford marine diesel, 4 -1  capital gear $8500. o.b.o., or  trade fot tractor plus cash, 686-  ���m ss  Firewood ��� alder $85, cotlown-  wood $95, fir $105 Fiee delivery  Mo-8372 H9W  Turbo Grelix wilh live player  adapter, lour games Two con  ���Tollers $250 885-5007      mfc,  Old house on blocks. Musl be  moved. Offers 885 5466    #l9w  UUO RAILWAY TIES lor rettin-  ing walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load 886 8204 ss  Imaoewiiier LQ primer lor Madn-  to��h 200 DPI wide carnage, dual  cover, cables, exc. cond., $700.  865-3342 120  ' 30* Viking range, $60; Zero Clear-  ' ance fireplace 6 chimney, $120;  ornate cast water reds 294-1941  oi 886-8291 #20  - ' 105000 BTU oil fu'nace, bathroom vanity c/w sink (teal) 6 alum,  frame windows c/w screens 6  storms, asst. sizes. Aft 5 pm 886-  9969. #20  Floral sola 6 chair, exc. cond. The  first $150 takes. 886-9189.   #20  Mountain bike, race ready, many  extras. $400 OBO 886-2978 #20  Rustic French doois with hardware 885-9631 Mon to Fri, 9-5pm  m  Dahlia tubeis, top Selma Patk  Road. 885-9820. Planted now  they will provide bouquets ol  blooms July till Irosl #20  Free: 2 excellent books with purchase of King James version New  Testameni on 12 cassette tapes  lor $30 any time 885-4876 messages. #20  22   Heavy  Equipment  MX  6" pump on skid with 3 cyl. diesefl  engine, needs repair $1800 883-  9228 #18  350 John Deere Crawler and  Backhoe. 886-7013.        #20W  John Deere 440 skidder, rebuilt  engine, transmission. $11,000  OBO. 885-3670. #1801  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-  2503 SS  '73 Foid 1 T l/d dump, tandem  axel trailer, bobcal. Offers 866-  tm wo  Portable welder - Miller. Complete  w/leads compressor, portable  davilbissw/tt HP Honda gas  motor, elec. start. 885-0950 #20  1989 Dynasty LE. 4dr. $8700,  OBO6850926 #20  1961 Ford Fairmont Wagon  107,000 kms, no rust, clesn,  Alpine stereo $2,195 685-3736 ss  1989 Escort exc. cond. Owned by  non-smoker. $5000 phone 886  7253 eves. ��18w  1974 Datsun 2607 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires.  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  080886-7378 SS  1983 Chevrolet Malibu Station  wagon 50,000 miles, 350V8,  ps/pb $2750 666-6063        UK  I960 Ford Mustang. 2 dr hardtop.  good cond $1800 080 885 7897  #20  1979Z28,350 plus hp Must se".  Best offer 885 2248 #20  1981 Ford Fairmont s/wagon very  dean $32001969 But* s/wagon  Otters 885-3336 #20  Low Cost  Autos  1989 Hyundai Excel CX 5sp, low  mileage, stilt under warranty,  super stereo unit. $5800 OBO  US-9506 or 885-5325      ��t��w  . Classic'66 Mercury Cougar, tuns  exc., $2000 QbO. 888-3166.   #20  ���69 California GS Buick Ramair, 2  dr. post, $1500 lirm. 885-6077.  ���20  1991 GMC S15 Hack Jimmy 4X4.  Absoi loaded, $19,000.886  9759 JW  1967 Mazda 626 Tuibo, $9000  000 6866622. �����  1978 Cordova lor parts. $100  863-9226 01683-2183 #18  1986 Jeep Cherokee 4x4,78,000  kms. Auto, Greal cond. $6,000  865-5322 ����  ��� ���a...���.������...**...������..'���.���%*  i Towing Aa j  : Old car recycling '.  ; Cash fur 82-92 cars i  ; and clean runners S  ; Free lick-up '.  1983 Mazda B2000 wilh canopy,  ru. new lues. 135,000 k $2800  OBO 8864556 ��16w  '78 Honda Civic, needs woik to  pass inspection, runs well, good  lot parts 686-96313 $300   #18w  1986 Ford Escort, 2 dr., HB, exc.  cond., 106,000 kms, $2300 OBO.  686-9290 #1901  1976 AMC Pacer, 2 door, gd.  cond.. $500 lirm. 886-2088. #20W  1989 Hyundai Excel, 5 sp., low  mileage, still under warranty,  supet stereo unit, $5800 OBO.  885-95061x885-5325.     #22W  ECt3NOMtC35MPGEscoit4dr,  good cond., no rust, f owner, 10  yrs., 46,000 ml. from new, $1950  0110.885-8836. #t9W  Revitalized 1969 Mercedes-Benz  230, new paint, interior - suniool,  snows, Unfed windows, extra lues  mounted, $6950.886-2626.#19cn  1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass,  supreme - air oond; exc cond. last  of ils style $8800 collector's item  886-7180 #19  '81 Honda Prelude, $2500 OBO.  886-3663. ��18cn  1987 Honda Prelude 20SI, red,  93,000 kms., exc. oond., setvice  records. 886-2616. #l8cn  1980 Buick Century LTD, 4 dr.,  exc. cond., $2550; 1961 Cutlass  Supreme Brougham, exc. cond.,  $2900 Phone 886-8266.   IIBcn  ENGINES -100,000 kms. War-  rant*. Machine Shop 686-1479.  II kn  1977 Ford Van, runs good, needs  battery 6 mufller, $500.666-3050.  #1801  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms.,  P.T. warranty, $5500 OBO. 886-  8922 SS  1990 Ford Aerostat, XL 7 passenger A-1 condition, $14,900. 886-  8481. ss  4-14" Spinner Hubcaps. 886-9346  alter 5pm NC  1980 Lincoln Versailles Collector's  item. exc. cond. $3000.886-2626  ss  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.886-2833 or 866-7484. SS  1986 Pontiac 6000 4 dr., 4 cyl.,  auto., PS/PB, power dr. locks,  AC. AM/FM Stereo, $4995 OBO.  886-2111 or 686-9016. ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cats And Tracks  Dead Car Removal  AboxUead Auto Parte  and Towing  866-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  8839234 SS  1980 Camaro 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims. $2600. 665-7113.  si  1976 New Yorker, At oond., tow  mUeage $1900 886-9025       II  CHEAPIFBI/U.S. SEIZED  89 Mercedes $200; 86 VW, $50;  67 MetcedesStOO; 65 Mustang,  $50. Choose from thousands  starting $25. FREE 24 hour  recording reveals details 801 -379-  2935 Copyright ��BC104JC.  #22  Used Camaio T-Top, $495 tot the  set, with covers, 866-9500" anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $240001)0. 885-1943. ss  1985 Toyota LE Van Deluxe  $6,0000608862699      ��19w  1965 GMC Sierra Classic, short  box, 130,000 kms., air/cruise.  excellenl condilion. 885-2470.  nan  1990 Mazda cab plus sunroof. HD  bumper and hilch, $9900. 685-  4862. #20W  1988 GMC Siena SLX 4X4, 350  EFI, pacemaker, seals, mags,  nice truck, $9000.Phone 886-  2254. ��18cn  1980 Toyola 4X4, midnight blue,  4* Bit, $4500 OBO. 885-3537.  now  Swap 19 fl runabout in immaculate condition, surveyed value  $8500, for new or near-new economy pickup. Will pay difference.  886-2738. #18cn  '87 Chev StO, gd. cond., new  clutch 6 biakes, $4900. 686-  2496. #20W  175 t/2 ton Ford, p.u. $750 886-  3816 ��19w  1980 Foid F250 Long Van good  runner $1800 886-6900     #19w  72 VW Bug, exc lor parts $200.  686-9656 (leave message) #20w  1961 Bun* Riviera. Fully loaded.  92,000 kms. Good dean shape.  $4000 OBO Cal David, 885-6413  #20  1964 24.5 Prowfet 5th wheel, rear  lull bath, new awning, good condilion phone 886-7332 atler 6pm  ���19w  1511 Tiavel trailer very clean  $2500060686 9706       #19w  89' Okanagan'82 light weight  campei, 3 way Indge, flush toilet,  hyd lacks, loading steps, sleeps 5,  non smokeis, excellet't condilion.  $5300 ph. altei 6:00pm 885-4851  ���19  1988 - 24 It. 5th wheel, as new,  AM/FM cass., TV am. loofiack.  spare tne kit, elec. lacks. 5th W.  hilch, twin 30#LP tanks, bed  spread, $18.500,1986 F150 Lariat Explorei, good condition, an  ciuise. all options, new tires,  wiied biakes lot 5th Wheel,  $9500 Of both lor $27,000. 885-  4114 ss  16' "Trapper" tiavel trailer fully  equipped sleeps 6, $1200 886-  3159 #l8w  1980 21ft, Class C Security  motothome, 400 Ford Chateau  chassis, sleeps 6, rear kitchen,  top condilion, $14,000 Call 885-  5688 ��l8w  O.H. campei, 3 way fridge, stove,  luinace, 8 1/2 It., $1500. 885-  4832. ss  Foi sale - Boler trailer, $1950  OBO 886-6487. ss  1978 Prowler 23' travel trailer,  landem axle, rear bedroom, exc.  cond.. $5500.885-5774.   #16cn  .   ���_,,   1972 Gran Torino, 2 dr, 351  1983NissanSentra.lute,good   C|>ve|an(j|       mmm  cond. low mileage $2,995 885-   ogQ pm ^^ man ���  3300      ," 119*  LAST CHANCE  To own your dream prestige car.  1987 Nissan Maxima, luxury  model wh full electronic features.  One owner. Only 31,000 Irue  kms. $11,500 No GST. To view,  call 885-2418 eves #19  M V Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed laige fish deck. Coast  Guaid inspected, lealuting new  Swann aulo. anchoi pkg, new  LMS. 200 w/Loran C. new lenders  i brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, completely lelinished  hull and swimgnd, new handiails.  Hush mounl Fishon icd holders  (5) FWC 318 Chrysler, $8,000.  885-7977. ss  16 fl Rui aboul - full canvas, 80  HP Merc, galvanized trailer,  loads ol extras, $5700 060.883-  9027 11901  1988 5th wheel 25' Travelaire.  Exc. cond. 885-2080 #19  1979 Bellevue hardtop tent/trailer,  sleeps 6, good condilion, $800  lirm. Phone 686-2088.      ��20W  15 ft travel trailer very clean,  $2500060886-9708       #20w  1989 Terry 18-5A 5th wheel trailer. Garage stored. Like new. Dry  weight 2670 Ib. $10,800 883-2260  #20  23' Holidaiie.excellent condilion  $5750 OBO will consider smaller  trai as trade. Phone alter 5pm.  886-3374 #20w  Full size fibreglass canopy, $75.  885-5774. ��18cn  26. Marine  Three Landrovers 65,66,67,  $3,000 OBO ph 686-8643 all.  5pm #18  1983 Dodge Ram van $4300  OBO 686-2223 #19  '87 Chev SI 5, mint condition box,  Unit tape deck. 85,000 kms.  $5*900060 885-3982       #19  1988 Mazda p/u Canopy, liner  Ziebait, v/clean one owner $7950  885-4866 #l8w  1980 Ford p/u, heavy half. Good  condilion, liner 6 canopy 885-  5236 $5200 #18*  76 Dodge window van, rusty but  runs okay, $300. James 886-  8347. #18cn  1987 Chev S10 extended cab  wrangler pkg., 103,000 kms.  Black 6 silver, new tires, exhaust  6 brakes, $6000 OBO. 886-2616.  #180)  1977 F250 crewcab, 351 mod.,  aulo., P/S, canopy spare motor  and trans, $1600.686-8682.  #1858  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 lilie V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700. 865-2836,885-7413.  SS  1965 Bronco II 4X4, aulo., CD  player, gd. cond.. $7500 OBO.  Days 886-9332 aft. 7 eves. 886-  2983. ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 886-2878. SI  1953 Chev. t/2 ton. Rebuilt  engine. Radiais, $2700 obo.  865-1943. SS  '82 Chevy window van, captain  chairs .2, carpeled throughout, '  many exlias. Moving sale, $2900  obo. 886-7767. #20  '83 Ford 3/4 T 6 cyl. piopane,  $3500.886-8204. #20  '84 Ranger 2.3, gd. shape, needs  tranny, $1500 obo. 886-0115 #20  77 Dodge P.U. 3/4 ton, w/canopy  $850.886-7697 #18  1975 Dodge window van.  mechanically sound. $500 OBO  866-9339 IISw  25   Campei  &jm*mm\  13H. aluminum boal. trailer, tods,  20 hp. electric stall Mercury  $1650 Lawn mower $95.00 885-  7738 #19  Thundeibitd 26 ft. sailboat, jusl  linishing. 9.9 Evintude, 5 sails,  $5650.866-8288. #20oi  Houistoh 14 1/2 II. 50 HP Johnson o/b (1987) canvas new 1991,  $2200 OBO. 885-4735.     #20W  25' family cruiser. Chrysler 218.  Volvo leg, stand up head. Galley.  VHF Sounder, new canvas. At  Horseshoe Bay, lot quick sale  $11,000 OBO 883-9733       #19  15lt,K.C lull canvas, 55 hp, Evinrude, EZ load trailer $1,800 OBO  666-4854 #19w  18 1/2 loot plywood boal, mere  ctuiser, I/O, cuddy cabin, compass, depth sounder anchoi 4  line. Finders c/w trailer, excellent  shape 685-3246 #19  Swap 19 ft. Runabout in immaculate condition, surveyed value,  $8500, for new or near-new economy pickup. Will pay difference.  886-2736. #18cn  tell Fibreglass inboard/outboard  wilh trailer, 125 Volvo 280 leg,  1983, VHF, CB, Depth soundei, 2  lite jackets, new fins on outdrive  $4500 Call 886-9342        #19w  18 ft Davidson sailboat 3 sails, 4  HP manner outboard t ttailer,  $3500. 14 It Thotnes aluminum  boat s Seats trailer. $1000. 886  2396 #lBai  Swap 36 It Trojan Tn cabin, exc.  twin engines, $69,000 lot property  on Sunshine Coasl. 885-2954  ���18oi  19 ft. Sealonet Volvo Penta  Calkins trailet needs exhausl  manifold. $3500.886-3457.    ss  COMPLETE PACKAGE  14 ll. aluminum boal - 7.5 HP  molor - till trailer. 2 paddles, tod  holdets, fishing rod, 2 reels,  anchor, tackle box, 2 life jackets,  1 floater jacket, nel and bait bucket, etc., elc. Phone 865-6550.  #19W  19 1/2 ft. Sangster on trailer. 150  Johnson wilh Itim tilt, skis, life  jackets, anchor, oats, inboard  tanks t day tanks. ($500 ��� plus  woik done on engine). $3750.  886-3001. ss  Volvo 270 Stem Dtive parts, AQ  140 and 145 parts. $10 and up.  Pair manifolds and tisers lor OMC  V8 Chev. $250 883-9228     #18  Moorage: Secrel Cove Jolly  Roger Inn 26' 6 40' slips. Alex  885-8831 #18  32 It Bill Gaiden wood sloop great  family cruisei (located in Gibsons)  $15,000 OBO 277-2116       #19  1975 24' Fibetlotm. flying bridge,  302 Ford powet, bait lank, trailer,  radio, etc. Rubber boat/oais/bat-  lery ��� 12 V elec. moloi. 885-0950.  #20  27' Bayliner Victorian $18,000  OBO 19' K C wilh highlinei trailer  $8000 OBO 885-8589 #20  27. Mobile Homes  Move in 6 Enjoy  This immac. U'tttt; 2 bdim, features full 4 pee, balh, soaker tub,  new 12'zf6' deck, new tool, 4w  25 yi guaranlee, big liv room, gas  heal, beautifully landscaped.  Rockland Wynd. Nick 885-6340  Valley Padlic #19w  MOBILE HOME DEALER  Manufactured (mobile) housing  tor sale  4 new display homes, open daily.  New 24'x58'doublewide  This week's special - 3 bdtm.,  12x70, front kilchen, range, fiidge,  dishwasher. Sel up in S.C.M.H.  Park, $23,900 OBO.  DLH9225  886-9826 TFN  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  cipiiin im Mrm  MCMMC    MN.AMS  M A B V C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  28. Motorcycle:  Excellenl condition, 1411 Muro  Craft aluminum boat, with swivel  seats. 9.9 Evinrude new highlinei  trailer used approx. 50km, $2700  Call 885-9041 ��18w  Double Eagle wilh trailer Needs   <g$ Honda Aspencade, exc  molot work $5400883-2172 cond., garage kepi, $7500. 886-  HBW    9595. ss  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg. (H-6), Gibsons Marina, $17,500.886-2694  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evinrudes. Excellent condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  Yesl There is a reliable local  propellor repair service. 885-  5278. TFN  17 O'Day Day Sailer and trailer  $2000 885-7521,6634 Redrooifs.  ���20  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  last and in lop condition, surveyed  value $8500, offers 8 trades considered. 886-2736. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol extras, $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 or 463-6959.  ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond., $3800.  885-9333. ss  ADVERTISING  FOH TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental of property.  Fot example a person who  stipulates 'no children" as a  condition of rental would be in  violation of the Family Status  and the Human Rights Ads The  landlord who places Ihe advertisement and Ihe newspaper  which publishes it would both be  m conliaventjon ol Ihe legislation  and could have a complaint liled  against them. The Coasl News  will therefore not accepl such  discriminatory ads.  1 bdrm. condo 3 appl.. fireplace.  furnished, $550.  2 bdim. lownhouse avail, now,  Sechelt. $700.  NRS Century Wesl Really Ltd.,  Property Management 685-2235  ���18cn  1 bdtm. bright basement, lowet  Gibsons, $450 plus. Arthur 885-  9859. #20W  1 bdrm. basement suite.  $350/mo., heat Included. 886-  2512. #21W  Superb 1 and 2 bdtm. apts., $650,  $745. Opposite Gibsons Maiina.  New building, quiet, secure.Car-  pels, Ulnds, patios, laundry. 686-  3420. #20W  Small 1 bdrm. house, lowet  Roberts Cteek, avail. June 1 to  Oct. I, $500/mo. Rels. 886-4679  #20W  Upper Gibsons near mall, f bdrm.  suite, garden, $540 utils. incl.  886-3107. ��20W  New large 1 bdrm. suile with laundry, all appis., hydto incl.,  $400/mo. 886-7889.        #18cn  Cozy 1 bdrm. house for rent,  $550. Phone 886-7381.     #20W  Roberts Cieek -1-2 bdrm house  on 5 aoes ideal for horse lovers.  Avail May tst/92 296-5215 #19w  Quiet room in new home wilh own  cooking facilities 886-2164 #19w  2 one bedroom apts, $390; two  bedroom apts, $425. Responsible  adulls only phone 886-8975. #18  Beautiful Robeits Creek, bedroom  waterfront home $800 885-7685  or 885-7612 #19w  Beautilul studio loft bedroom  overlooking Gibsons Harbour,  sundeck, suil writer/artist $600  inclusive. 886-7955 or 886-7522  #19cn  Avail May 15th, 1 bedioom view,  quiet dean central $575 plus utilities; 2 bedroom lower, garden,  dean quiet $595 plus utilities 886  3484 after 6 pm 884-5223 local  467 days. #19  2 bedioom townhouse, neat new,  dose lo schools, 1 1/2 baths, 4  appliances, covered sundeck, carport $775 per mo. 886-4680 TFN  t bedroom condo, lumished, Jolly  1-1558 #19  By ownei, 12x68 mobile home,  call 686-3039,886-7306.        SS  24x52 Ihree bdim. doublewide 5  appl., musl be moved avail. mid-  March. $35,000.886-9229.     SS  TRAILER  PAD  FOR  RENT  Sechelt. close lo Hospital. Call  Roy Sussex Realty 885-6102 #20  360 Yamaha, ttail bike, $175.  Eves 885-5002. #l8o>  1987 GSXR 750; 1979 Honda  Goldwing, besl oilers. 866-2441.  #19W  Montasa 250, on-toad/oll-toad,  exc. shape, $1200. $899. 886-  765501220-9564. ss  1985 ZX900 NINJA $3200 obo.  886-8622. #20  ibdim basement suile, slove 6  fridge, Granthams, some view,  utils. incl. Phone 886-7249 after  7:00pm. #19cn  Quiet room in new home with own  cooking fadlilies. 886 2I64J21W  Gibsons - blight 3 bdrm. executive home with 2 baths, F/P, 5  appis., deck, close lo beach,  $950/1*10.886-4821. #20W  2 one bdrm. apartments, $390;  Iwo bdrm. aparlments, $425,  responsible adulls only. Phone  886-8975. #18cn  31   For Rent  "TRAILER PAD FOR RENT'  Sechelt. close lo Hospital Call  Roy Sussex Realty. 885-6102  #20  Female seeking same lor shaied  accom. in my home. $338 * 1/2  util. Foi May. close lo amen ,  Sechell. 885-4414 #20  Artist 40 male, will share mulli  level townhouse. Lois of privacy.  $350/mth a util 886-8288.    #20  Furnished 2 bdim. home on salt  walei lagoon in Pender Haiboui,  $600/mo. avail July t lo Mat I,  1993 Childien and pels welcome  8839550 ��I9W  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTV LTD.will support yout  Residential. Commercial or Indus  trial inveslmenl Pebbles provides  a lull seivice PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles al 886-6107 lot details. TFN  N/S lemale prelera aame tor  shared accommodation In my  home, $350/mo. North Rd., Gibsons. 886-8095. TFNs  31   For Renl  1 bdim duplex, suil one person  $400 pei/mo 2 bdrm mobile suite  couple $550 pet/mo. S.C.M.H.  Park 886-9626 ��19w  One bedioom bsmnt suile furnished $425 month, utilities  included Single woiking petson.  No Pets Gaiden Bay 863-9921.  #19  Small trailer, sutiable 1 adull,  Cedars Trailer Court. $300 885-  3313 #18w  2 bdrm trailet, Cedais Trailet  Court, $400 8863313      #18w  2 bdtm main lloor, view, hydro  ind, $650 per mo 886-8091 #18w  1 bdrm suile in tn-plex, Marine  Drive $620 includes hydto. May  lit 886-2260 #18  Fot Rent/Lease Waterfront "The  Castle" al Roberts Cteek - Cozy  heritage collage, extensively renovaled. latge sunny living room, 3  bdrms, I balh, sun room/studio, 4  garage 886-9863 or 921 -8386  #18  2 bdtm plus - Redrooifs $675/pm.  5 appl. Latge lot. Avail May 1 st, 1 ���  732-9247 #t8  Sechell Village - Duplex open to  view 11:30am - 3:00pm, Sal April  18th. one side ol duplex - 2 bdim  house/basement, newly decorated, wall to wall, 4 appl., window  coverings, 2 laige decks (1 covered) No pets. $750 pm. Avail.l  April 18th olhet side of duplex,  new immaculate 2 bdrm rancher,  5 appl, walll to wall, window coverings, jaccuzzi hot tub No pets,  $850 pm, Avail May 1st on laige  fenced lol. 5669 Ttidenl Ave.  Sechelt. #18  Private 3 bdim 6 den house,  acreage with fiuit trees, Roberts  Creek, avail. May 15, $725/mlh.  Rels. req. B85-3152,437-3701.  #20  Two bdtm house, tower Gibsons.  $750,886-8204. #20  Shop space fot lease, 600 sq.ft.,  12'sliding door; Office/storage  space lor lease, 1800 sq. It. 886-  8204. #20  14'x60' futn. mobile home, 2  bdtm, N/S, no pels. 885-7122 wilh  option lo buy. #20  Two bdim apl. cenltal Gibsons  heal ind $575 886-8150     TFN  1 bdim collage neai Sandy Hook.  $375 Avail May 15 utils extra 885-  3982 #18  2 bdim house, btight. view, oil  Shaw by mall. No pets $600 886  9135 #20w  Upper Gibsons. Modem, furnished, bachelor apartment Carpeted, sundeck, $375 lease. 886  2244 #18  PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  SERVICES  ' Koitlctiliiil  ' (rOiniiK-rciiil  liitliiNiri.il  1 retirement unit  available.  Restrictions apply.  References  requited  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number  of very exciting  business opportunities available.  Call me   SEAMOUNT  INDUSTRIAL PARK  Fabulous 1,500 sq. ft.  warehoiise/shop/manu-  tacturing plant with  office, showei, mezzanine and huge ciane.  Large lot wilh easy  access for any size tiuck,  faces highway, close lo  Gibsons Mall.  We will      Screen potential renters  Do moving in inspection  Arrange loi maintenance  & repairs  Collect ihe lent a damage  dpposil  Disburse tout monies to  OWI1RI  Do moving oul inspection  FOH LEASE  \|t|ll lixilllutl'll 8011 III  I.MKI si|. fl. ul iiiliiiliius  iffftce space in luwt'r  (.ilisnns area, l.iinil-  Imil limy prmiila' sunn'  Iriisi-lmlil iiiipniafiiu'iils.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION  LOCATION  LOCATIONI  Fabulous tetail space  immediately adjacent to  Galiano Maikel. Sechelt  (Bemadelle's Galleries)  Pertect location foi yout  retail business.  Avoid all the hassles  and problems and for  just a pittance,  CALL Ihe Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  (IIB.SONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Lower Gibsons 2 bdrm house.  $625 avail June 1 886-3293#20w  32   Commercial  for Rent  1165 sq. II retail Sechell. three  private offices. $780 net.  2000.-10.000 square leet. exposure, will build to suit  New olfice space 600-2400 sq. It.  Wilson Cieek, $8.00nel  Retail space New Plaza 900-3000  sq.ft. 14.00 net  Grant Really  886-3330  TFN  600 sq. It professional ollice  space, ground Hoot, lots ol parking on Farnnam Rd., upper Gibsons Call 886-7020 days.   TFN  Waiehouse/oflice space from  1500sq.lt. up. Diane 885-2772.  ss  RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE  Seaview Place, Hwy 101. Gibsons 650 sq. ft. 11300 sq. fl.  Lome 1-733-9883 TFN  Davis Bay. Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities,  885-2752,886-9863. #21  2 bay auto garage, commercially  zoned. 10 It toll up doors, suitable  lor small business or storage, of  101 Halfmoon Bay 885-2703*19*  Roberts Cieek Hall avail., dances,  parlies, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  STORAGE  Healed, pallatized, gov't  approved. Len Wray's Transler  Lid. 886-2664. TFN  34. Help Wanted  Denial receptionist 2-3 days per  week lor busy Sechelt practice.  Must have computer experience t  exceplional organizational skills.  A challenging pb lot a people-oti-  ented person Call Dt. Kingsbury  886-4535 ot send resume to Box  1099 Sechelt BC VON 3A0   #19  $20O-$5O0 WEEKLY  Assemble products at home.  Easyl No selling. You're paid  direct. Fully Guatanleed. FREE  24 Hour Recording. 801-379-2985  Copyiighl#BC104DH.      #26W  Seasonal, lull-lime relail clerk in  Sechell. Applicants musl be neai  in appearance, courleous,  responsible and on income assistance. Call 886-7069 belween 9-  5pm. #19cn  EXPERIENCED  TRADESPEOPLE  Electrical,Iramet. rooler. siding,  plumber, drywall. finish, carpentry  Call Terry 736-6710 #19  Counter peison wanted Henry's  Bakery. Apply within in am #18w  Festival Ptodudion Training Preprogram The Rockwood Centie  is now accepting applications foi  project-based training in the following areas: - technical production Administrative assistance -  Human Resoutce co-ordination.  The successful applicants will be  highly molivated, have an interest  in event produdion and be unemployed lacing serious labour market barriets. The progtam is 23  weeks long in duralion, beginning  May 25th. The salary is $300 per  week. Direct resumesby Friday,  May 15th lo: The Selection Committee, The Rockwood Centre,  Box 767, Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0.  No lelephon calls please.  Couple lequired for semi-isolated  area neat Desolation Sound.  Caretaker/maintenance duties;  tequites mechanical ability,  maiine knowledge, some bookkeeping. Must enjoy meeiing people. We piovide modem residence utilities, vehicle plus $1500  per monlh. Salary 6 benefits, tefs.  req. Send resume to: Bliss Log.,  Box 21. Lund. BCV0N2G0. Att:  P. Fox. #20W 26  Coast News, May 4, 1992  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  34   Help W.inled  Fully experienced cspr-ritei to finish 2 storey home. Must read blue  prints. 6B3-9362 ��0  FRENCH IMMERSION  tEcole Passe-partout tequites  loi Sept 92: Full lime ptimaiy  ieachei 6 t/2 lime ptimaiy  teacher Requiiemenl: Fluency in  Fiench. Assets Early French  immeision training, mura'age levels experience, and ECE naming  Salaty as pei B C T F scale.  Small class sizes. Send lesume  by May 14. L'Ecole Passe-partout  Geneial Delivery Roberts Cieek.  BC VON 2W0 Telephone 885-  5363     ���*>  EARN MONEY Reading books'  530 000/yr Income ptoential.  Details [I) 805-962-6000 Exl  CY-308 *f��  Assemble light products liom  home. Essy work ��� excenenl payl  We provide details 24hrs (604)  623-2380 Ext. ��A74. #18  $#O.OOOiyr!REA0 800f(S  and TV Scripts Fill oul simple  ���like/doni like' lorm EASYI Fun.  lelaxing al home, beach, vacations Guaianteed paycheck  FREE 24 Houi Recording 801-  379-2905 Copyright ��8Ct04EB  am  IMAGINARY  ROSE  V\'i* want lo vnd..  bouquet   one but rani  rusa- fair evety volunteer  occroes tliv Sunshine  Coeal who ckmataxl the  titt of tune anil skill One  tiny symbol of how  llratefi il we arv lo the  people who help in  hiwpuaR schools.  community rtrotipv  who assist wilh  environmenliil. cultural.  and literni-y aruups  who support those In  need. One rose for e.ich.  for every one ol the  thousands of volunleers.  If you're a volunteer, (his  one's for you Thanks!  The Sunshine  Coast Volunteer  and Inlormation  Centre ��� 885-8881  $40,000 yrl READ BOOKS and  TV Scripts Fill out simple  'like/don't like' lorm Easyl Fun  relaxing at home, beach, vacations Labor shortage, guaianteed  paycheck Also. Collections... .;...$30,000. Read TV  Scripts'. $50,000. Numbei  pages . $21.000.Make  Index $30,000 FREE 24  houi recording reveals details.  601*379-2905 Copynghl  ���BC1046B Huny! Oiler ends  soon! #23  Expenenced |uvemle spsceis.  local work Island Gieen Forestry.  478-5795. ��'6cn  35   Business &  Home Services  TREES TREE SERVKE  Danger Ttee Removal, pruning,  limbing 6 lopping, shaping, land  dealing, logging. Fully  insured We buy bmbei 10'-dis  counl seniots B84-5263(24his)  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small  bonded I reliable 664-5324 oi  886-2328 TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Dangei Ttee  Removal. Insured. Guaianteed  Woik Fiee estimates 885 2109  TFN  35   Business &  Home Servit  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating-Backfitxng  Retaining Walls - trenching  Landscape Consliuction  Drainage  MMS3I  TFN  te.tlU.e la. Hie.  IDH Milt SERVICES  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Uphotslery   art,  PtlWlHIUt IHUCr. U0UNlt.il f.  ".  louiPMtm It ;  msirossiBii msinis  IfJu  JUS1 AS. ARIIUND"        ���5tM  886-3823  a Division OF ana 0IVIIIS  I son riooacovtsrws  Molhei ot two will do childcare in  her home. Roberts Creek. Belore  6 alter school welcome. 885-  5032. K0  Babysitter tor t yr ok] boy, 3 eves  par week, approx 2 hrs per night  n/s leleiences 886 8406   ��t8w  38   Business  Opportunities  38   Business j 38   Business  Opportunities     | Opportuni  Stwpa>nlng A Repairs  to all cutting tools Including  ���towel Blades 1 Chain-am  Jamla Harrai  ��� *1 ���a*aam_  aatam  Seaview Gardens requires waitresses 6 busperson. Apply within.  886-9219 #1Bw  CHARKOCHK  The home of charbroiled chicken  requites phone persons, delivery  drivers. Apply In person. Gibsons  Park Plaza. #f8w  Receptionist requited lor busy  Gibsons office. Some bookkeeping knowledge requited. Send  resume lo Box 374 c/o Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON  IVO. #20  EXPERIENCED TRADES  PEOPLE  Electrical. Framer, Pioolet, Siding,  Plumber, Drywall Finish, Carpentry. Call Terry 736-6710.      #20  Ciuise Ship |0bs hiring  summer/year round $300 $900  weekly Photographers, tour  guides, casino workers, deck  hands and more. Hawaii.  Caribbean, Bahamas 1-504-646-  4500 ext. C305. 24 tits directory,  refundable lee.  #21  EASY ASSEMBLY any houis,  $339.84 week, family ol 3 earns  $4417.92 monthly. FREE 24 Hout  Recording Reveals Details. 801-  379-2985 Copynghl #BC104HH  #23  Business &  Home Services  NICK'S PAINTING  Small pb specialist Quality work  guaianteed. 885-6340       TFN  DO YOU NEED  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  weedeallng. brushcuttlng, rubbish removal, hedge trimming,  window washing, elc. Skip's  Maintenance Service. 685-2373  ���tm  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Framing, Carpentry, Finishing,  Drywall, Painting, Wallpaper.  Stefan Perry 886-3792.    #23W  B. Varcoe lootings, foundations,  sundecks. Relerences available.  885-7977 #18w  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden oul of  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service. Fully insured. Commerdal 6  residential. References available.  FRED 886-3526. TFN  36. Work Wanled  Mature woman available lor  Spanish lessons, housecteaning.  4 babysitting, reasonable tales  Phone 886-8464 ��19w  ALDAPOWERWASH  Houses, Driveways, Boats, Trailers, elc. Seniots Discount. Brian  885-8989 #20  Wills-Window Washing. Seniors  Discount. 885-7733. #20  1978 - 5/8 Cat Skidder, spare tie,  wheel and chains, extras with  1987 4X4 pickup 3/4 Ion. 886-  3821 after 6 pm. #20W  CATHY'S CAR CARE For sale  immed. 491. ownership in cat  detail shop minimum investment  required. Looking lot working or  non woiking partner Shop is futry  equipped 6 established Serious  inquities only. Ask lor Cathy 885  645001885-5198 #18w  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq ft 3 bays /1800  sq. it. upper storage space, office  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 886 8204 ss  Lang Bay RestauianVStore/Gas;  Station Powell River lor lease or  lease to won $1500 month call  valet* or Ken to view. Great possibilities 885-7379 #16w  ICBC INJURY CLAIMS  Fiee initial advice, call Fox Mot-  gan&Co 669-3441. Kl  Retire lo Ihe Sunshine Coast with  Ihis money making business.  Mobile lood concession. Totally  sett conlained, busy parking spot  lor Ihe summer, many potential  bookings. Musl sell due to health  reasons. Asking $50,000 OBO  Fot mote inlormation please  phone 886-3656 #18w  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  Forestry Survey Assistant lor  summer. 885-4755. #20cn  Drywall taper requires boarding  partner. 886-3573. #20W  DRYWALL FINISHING  Large or small, fast, reliable, professional. Rob Holler. 886-3573.  #23W  COAST TREE topping, falling,  danger tree removal, lully Insured,  prompt service 885-9577 or 649-  1748 Herb Beam #19  Residential/commercial renovations, improvements, and repairs.  Free estimates, reliable service.  David Reid 886-4642aft. 6pm.  ���19W  INTERIOR RENOVATIONS Walk  paper, paint, carpentry, drafting, fm estimates, References  available. 886-8095        TFNs  D 6 D Labour Conlractos. Dangei  Tree Removal selective logging  yard cleanup, rubbish remova  885-3670,885-3346 ��18W  COOL RUNNINGS  Lighl hauling, rubbish removal,  yard maintenance, rototilHng, odd  jobs. 885-3917. TFNs  Light moving and hauling yatd  and basement cleanups. Norm  866-9503. #20W  GARDENING SERVICES  Weeding - Pruning - Planting  Knowtedgable and Experienced  Cal 8664557 #19en  Its Spnng again! Does your lawn  need mowing? Is your garden  overgrown? Can't see out ol those  dirty windows wymote? Call us ���  we can help. Young, enetgetic,  with reasonable rates. Call Dave  6 Aaron 886-9005 #18w  Housekeeper avail. Will do windows/walls. Call 686-4640 aller  3:30 _#16  Exp. student painter avail. Interior/Exterior reasonable rates.  Please call Pete, evenings at 886  9127     #18  Clean, last, eflicient and 100*/.  naluial cleaners (environmentally  lirendly) spring cleaning lor  homes and businesses. Call  Grace 885-3192 #18w  Experienced    sifter  Redrooffs atea. 685-2650  avail.  #18  when you  pay for 2  i  w  Contad the North Shore Daycare  Registry fot becoming a caregiver  in your home or the home ol a  Child. Call 885-6323.        ��20W  Require child cate for my 2 yr old.  5 his a week, evenings. In my  home in the Bonniebrook area.  886-3929 ��1*#  Funshine Daycare a caring, safe  environment, creative play material, ECE certified staff. Fun, lun,  lun for 2 t/2 to 5 yr olds. 886-  3377 *l9w  Caregiver needed lot contented  Infant June 1 my home or Roberts  Cieek prelened. V  '757 #19w  Rainbow Preschool Roberls  Cteek, Fall registration. Joyce  886-8096  Ma  Loving responsible sitter needed  to care for baby in my home or  Langdale area. Rats. Please. 886-  4599 *m  Loving mom will do daycare. Full  time and before 6 alter school in  my Davis Bay home. 885-6989  Linda #i9cti  Molly Mouse Day Cate spaces  available -18 months to school  age. Fun-filled eating enviionmeni  with early childhood trained staff.  886-3913. M0  WANTED: Nanny to help look  alter 2 small children, live-In or  days only. Hours are flexible. 886-  9076         MO  Needed: 1 special person lo care  lot 2 children 2-3 limes a week.  Grandmothers are welcome lo  call, long-term basis my home or  yours. 886-7876. #20  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and Yukon  -   community  newspapers. All  for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000 readers.  If you're BUYING,  SELLING, or  simply TELLING,  IT PAYS TO  SPREAD THE  WORD.  FOR  INFORMATION  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  COAST^NEWS  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COUHaWA  AND YUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  253  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL COAST NEWS AT 886-2622  lor 25  $195"  S370eachaddilioiialvaotd  1 FOR ONE WEEK  In either tha Monday  or Weekender edition  up to 10 words  25 conts for each  ddltional word.  Births, lost &  founds; Froo  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Soil Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one Item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Not availanle for commercial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Qlbsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  AUTOMOTIVE  Enginea rebuilt lor cars ft  trucks. 6 Cyl. from $995, B  Cyl. from (1095. 5 Year or  100,000 Km limitedwairanty.  Bond Mechanical 872-0641  8-7 p.m. 7 daya. Toll-free  Mon-Fri 1-800-663-2521.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt engines: cars  -light trucks. 6 cylinder from  $995,8 cylinder from $1,095.  5 year, 100,000 km. ltd warranty. 7days, (604)580-1050,  1-800-665-3570.  *W*U)BW SUPPLES  DOORSI WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE! Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  al (604)26*1-1101.   tUSWESSOPPOBTUMfTIES  CREATIONSI Unique,  proven slep-by-step economic empowarment, euc-  csaa and buying strategies  and morel No Inventoryl  Global opportunity! Free recorded message. Toll free  B.C. 1-978-6017. Call  anytime.   BUSMESS OPPORTUNITIES  COLOURFUL BUSINESS.  Do you have a flair for colour  aM design? Decorating Den,  Canada's fastest growing Interior Decorating Franchise  Ii expanding in B.C. Training  provided, lower Mainland  525-8722, Provincial 1-800-  565-8722.  J  OPPOHTUNITY, 3 Ft. Dish,  T.V. a Video Programs, make  $200 par sale, more money  from people you sponsor.  1(416)945-8714 Robert Button, initial Investment $15.  Paint Store, wall covering,  wicker lumilure. Well established In Powell River, B.C.  For Inlormation call Joe  Maata-iXaV*rvato,VodAga*��*les  (1982) Ltd. 1-4854231 (of-  ����). 1-485-2283 (home).  CREATE WEaUTH. Financial Independence can be  yours. Take Ihe first step.  Sand SASE tor Iree prosperity program to Box 124,101-  1184 Denman, Vancouver,  BC. V6G2M9.   BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  PROFIT FROM THE RECESSION? Every lew years a  truly dilferenl opportunity  comes along from ANYTHING you have ever seen.  Minimum Investment $499.  CALL TODAY. 1(519)944-  6000.   CRAFT SUPPLIES  CRAFTSUPPLIESforaHyour  crafting needs. Send $3 for  our 1992 Craft Catalogue.  Unicorn Crafts, Unit 20  33718B Essendene Ave.,  Dept BA, Abbotsford, B.C.  V2S 2G9. Refundable with  first purchase.   EDUCATION  ���...WANTEDI li-rfvfdualswho  enjoy PEOPLE, FASHION  ANDSELF-EMPLOYMENTI  Call Balance Fashions and  discover an exciting home-  baaed, direct-sales opportunity aallng fabulous cotton  casud-waarl Minimal invesl-  hmol  1-800-565-56001  9MPLY AUWMNGI Die-  cow tl�� lawarde of nw-  Security System. Oppor-  tunlUaa Utreughoui B.C.  Contact: Martcotlng Director, Tyla Security Inc.  (604)684-5500.  TRAIN TO MANAGE an Apartment/Condominium building.  Many jobs available. Government licensed home study  certification course. Call for  details: (604)681-5456 or 1-  800-665-8339.          FOR SALE MISC.  NIPAWIN BRIDGE: New  publication for former Nlpawtn  residents. For Iwo tree introductory Issues, sand name,  address, postal coda to  Nipawin Bridge, Box 2380,  Nipawln,Sasi.,SOE1EO,  STAINEDGLASS SUPPLIES  by mall order. Instructional  videos and 184 paga catalogue available. Wrtteorcall:  The Glaaa Place, Box 18,  Urrastw.OrtarioKOCINO.  Tel: 1-800-363-7865.  HELPWAHTED  FOR SALE MBC.  BacKhoes 2 & 4 W.D., 950,  960, loaders, 18" x 36" jaw  crusher, dump trucks and  pupa, 455 case loader, water  truck, excavators, and more  equipment not listed. Call Vic  493-6791.    LINEN HOUSE'S down duvets are great shower and  wedding gifts. Duvets for  summer and winter. Topqual-  ity, top value, lop service,  guaranteed! 1-800-661-  3696, Susan Ablldgaard.  Regis Halratylistlsnow hiring  for our Eaton's and Tlllicum  Mall locations. Full-time  licenced stylist required.  Good traffic flow. Easy to  build clientele. We aupply  equipmenl Advanced training. Friendly atmoephere.  Call 1-384-4588 or 1-386-  7778. Ask lor manager.  MOBILE HOMES  ATTENTION PARK OWNERS and mobile home buy-  era. We have a good selection ol used and new mobile  homes in stock. Buy factory  direct. Noble Homes  1(403)447-2333.  PERSONAL  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI College Roommates - Cindy,  Lisa, Diane and Jennifer -  have exciting personal photos ol themselves lor sale.  Fordlscreetinfo.wrlteSPICE,  Box 670 GB, Kelowna, B.C.  VIV7P4,AduHaonlyploasel  HEAL ESTATE  CRUISE LINE EMPLOYMENT PACKAGE. Types ol  Jobs/How to get those Jobs/  North America Contact Directory/Morel For details call:  (604)535-3539.  MACHMERV  Foley Befsaw aaw eharpen-  ing equipment, aulomatic  retoother, setter, filar, pkis  310 grinder new diamond  wheel for carbide pkia many  accessories. Detailed Hat  available. Call 1-752-3391.  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For Inlormation  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Sin. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  22 yaara. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  fees available. InjuredinB.C.  only.   TRAVEL  COMINGTOVANCOUVER?  We have rates from $46.95  daily. Weekly and monthly  rates available. BLUE BOY  MOTOR HOTEL. Call 1-800-  663-6715. Full hotel facilities, casino, bowling.  4 Coast News, May 4,14C��2  27  ephemera  5 YEARS AGO  The first silviculture  course given on the Sunshine Coast saw 11 Coast  residents graduate. The  course featured the use of  the clearing saw for thinning trees, a viable alternative to herbicide spraying.  The proposed new  labour legislation brought  down by the provincial  government has elicited a  strong and negative  response from Local 19 of  the Canadian Paperwork-  ers' Union local president  Verne Rottluff told the  Coast News.  10 YEARS AGO  Gibsons residents of the  bay area indicated to Gibsons Council that they are  not in favour of any large  scale commercial development around Gibsons Harbour other than the new  marina.  Costs of $250,000 art-  reported necessary in the  budget of St. Mary's Hospital by board chairman  Ian Morrow.  Faye and Dick Birkin  report seeing a long flatfish creature of considerable size in the waters off  Roberts Creek.  15 YEARS AGO  Municipal Affairs Minister Bill Vander Zalm  points with pride, during a  recent meeting held in  Chatelech Secondary  School, to the funds made  available by the provincial  government for youth  employment.  Members of Howe  Sound Women's Institute  pay tribute to long time  member Eva Peterson who  recently passed away.  25 YEjVRS AGO  A second floor for St.  Mary's   Hospital    has  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday  May 5 ,1*��2  7:00  Think lank on C'tiitiiminiiy Futures  A hniinstiirmiii)! experiment with a student anil adult panel. 8:00  "I Am a Camera" #4  The I'tiotiifiiaplis of Ken Nell  Ken Hell photographs the work of Cardinal linile Leper in Africa  8:30  Midwifery in the "90's...Caring lor Ihe Family  Mary I'inniper hosts this panel discussion.  Wednesday  May 6,19��2  7:00  Mixlem Workplace Realities  Canada Manpowers David Street talks wilh I'owel River Secondary  students.  8:00  "1 Am a Camera"* I  The Early Years  8:30  Return to Ka'iikstan  (lower Point resident Murray Drope was working in Kazukstan. Russia  during the breakup of Ihe USSR. AND shares his experiences with Mara  Macknwn.  Thursday  May 7th ,IW2  7:00  Talk lo Your Local Government.  Live Phone-in  Lola Westell takes the hosts chair on the show lhal brings your local  elected*represenlalives lo the community channel.  8:00  "1 Am a Camera" tt$  The Photographs of Ken Bell  Ken Bell's coniiiiercial pholjijjriiphs. ,  Women in Trades.  Live phone-in  Diane Evans talks with Judy Meyers, Marilyn Magas and 2 students  from Ihe women in trades programme.  BSKSSr SOUTH COAT FORD  God knows  you can make a difference  Enclosed please find J   I would like someone to call ���   Phone No..  If you'd like more information about usD  CITY _  PR0V -  THE NATIONAL RED SHIELD APPEAL  Lt. Dawn Hansen  Salvation Army Qlbsons Outpost  P.O. Bon 1625, Qlbsons BC. VON 1V0 ��� 886-3665  received tentative approval  from department of health  officials in Victoria.  35 YEARS AGO  The Honourable James  Sinclair will address a  public meeting in Bal's  Hall in Gibsons this week  to mark the official opening of the election campaign.  45 YEjVRS AGO  Gibsons will have its  first cement sidewalk in  front of the new $35,000  showland dance building,  if approval is given. There  will be five si  ground floor.  stores on the  ITP'S CRUISES  Make UP your first port of call  standby  fares  from  $999  Sailing Dates  June 6 & June 9  Choose from inside passage or  beautiful glacier routes aboard  "The World's Best Cruise Line"  Holland America Line  A    TRADITION    OF    EXCELLENCE"  Your Escape Artists  iHOtetHBf ht nt.m eeort$stmtu.s  Suncoast Agencies  Your Crulaa Specialists   Travel DtpartmanV' 886-9255  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  JjJfJXS'at      IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO SELL, IET THE       , ��-  ~���[ COAST MEWS (SET YOU ON THE RIGHT T����CK TO/.?O��0  Notice Board  Deadline for submissions is Wednesday noon (for Monday distribution)  On-going submissions will be deleted after 3 weeks unless a specific renewal request is made.  We reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine community interest  Vw***"?  VSES  *JfU**ty��  The Sunshine  Const News  FRIDAY, MAY 8  Cameo Single! Club Dinner and Dancing,  Sechell Legion 7:00pm. For more info call 886-  7825 or 885-5633.  THURSDAY, MAY 14  Hospital Aux. Gibsons Br. Meeting 1:30pm,  in Ihe Marine Room, for info - 886-2009.  RNABC Meeting 7:30pm in Ihe Pender Harbour  Heallh Centre. For info call 885-3648.  FRIDAY, MAY 15  Show Piece Gallery Presents Serigraphs and  walercolors by Greta Guzek. Artist in  attendance 2:30-4:30pm. For further info. 886-  9213  SATURDAY, MAY 16  Qlbsons United Church Women (UCW) Bake  Sale al Gibsons Marina. 9:00am  Pender Harbour May Day Parade, Kids  activities & Crall Fair. Contact Marlene 863-  9900  TUESDAY, MAY 19  Bethel Baptist Church, 7:00 pm, Sechell.  Small Group Tour Irom Baptist Leadership  Training School, Calgary. An evening ol music  and diama.  FRIDAY, MAY 24  Coffee House Inner Ear Studios on 749 Leek  Road in Roberls Creek. Live music and  munchies. Everyone welcome. Music starts  around 8:30pm. Call 686-9747 for more info.  MISCELLANEOUS  Volunteer canvassers are urgently needed in  the Roberls Creek area for the Canadian  Cancer Society during the monlh of April, il you  are interested, have a few hours to spare over  the next four weeks, then please Katharine  Trueman 685-2262. lhank you.  The Suncoast Racquet Club's Wednesday,  6:00 TENNIS CLINIC is discontinued until  September. Have a greal summer. See you in  the fall.  The Sunshine Coast Oullters Guild is hosting  a BC Heritage Quilt Project registration  weekend al the Arts Centre, Sechelt. May 2 - 7-  9 Slide Show. May 3- 12-4 Quilt registration.  May 4-10-4 Quill registration.  Square Dancing - Beginners classes start Sept.  Register now. info 885-9680 or 685-9500  75 Year Renunlon former students and staff  Boston Bar/North Bend School May 22,-24,  1992 in Boston Bar. BC. Conlacl the school at  867-9222. For information.  Chatelech Secondary School Seeking  donated books. Please drop off at Shadow Box  Gallery.  To put your craft fair or cultural event on the  Community Calendar at the Arts Centre,  phone 685-5412, Fridays.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum's will be open  six days a week until further notice. Located al  716 Winn Road across from Post Office,  wheelchair accessible. Info 666-6232  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers of your community.  The Parent Tot Drop In program at the following locations: Gibsons: Mon. Wed. Fri in Uniled  Church Hall Sechelt: Mon. al St Hilda's Church  Hall. Davis Bay: Tuesdays in Wilson Creek Com  Hall. Thursdays al St. Andrews Anglican Church  Pender Harbour 9:30 - 11:00 am Usual Time:  9:30 to 11:30 al most locations Fee: S3.00 per  parent and child. Family rate $5.00  Folk Dancing at Robeils Creek School.  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome.  Epilepsy - Do you have or know someone who  does? Find out what the doctois are not telling  you. If interested maybe start a support gioup.  call 885-6)26  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program is now available al the Sunshine  Coast Business Developmem Centre. #205-  5710 Teredo Square. Info 8651959 The user  lee is only $10.00 lor three 3 hour sessions  Support 1st Sunshine Coast Gibsons Scouts  "Trees lor Canada' 500 Irees will be planted on  May 2nd. Please pledge now.  MONDAYS  SI. Hilda's a SI. Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday nighl. All young people welcome. Call  665-6036, for more info.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38 Scottish  Country Dancing al Harmony Hall al 8:00 pm.  Information 886-3043.  Sunshine Coast Breast Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-in meelings on (he first  Monday of each month. Luinda, 886-4502 or  Wendy, 885-2950.  Seniors' Branch 69. Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise wilh Joan Frembd Mons. &  Thursdays-11-12.  Overeaten Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechell. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 lor details.  Adult Children ot Alcoholics or  Dyslunctlonal Families meel at SI. Mary's  Church Hall in Gibsons, 7:30 - 9.  Sunshine Coast Breakaway Parents Meeiing  for parents concerned about their children's  drug & alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For info call 886-2423.  TUESDAYS  Life Drawing 10:00-12:30pm. Draw fiom Ihe  figure in the company of other artists. Bring your  own materials and $3 to cover cosfs. The Art  Centre.  First Tuesday of every monlh, local art rental &  sales at Sunshine Coast Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Colfee served. Original woiks by Sunshine  Coast artists for sale or rent; any donations of  unused flames guilefully accepted. 685-5412.  Gibsons Table Tennis Club plays every  Tuesday. 7 - 10 p.m. Elphinstone Secondary  School Cafeteria. For more information, call Jim  at 866-2775.  WEDNESDAYS  Badminton every Wednesday evening, 8 - 10  p.m. at Elphinstone High School Gym.  Admission: $3.00. Drop in.  Sunshine Coast Toastmasters meeiing every  Wednesday at 7:30 pm al Chatelech High  School, Room 112. Info 885-3206. Guests welcome  Find Milton's "Paradise Lost" with Jan de  Biuyn at Eldercollege. $15 for 6 Wed. afternoon,  beginning Apiil I. Pre-regisliation a musl. Call  Julie al Cnpilnno College, 865-9310. Also walch  lot Ikebana in May.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Heallh  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thuisday from 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets every  Thursday afternoon 12:45-2:30pm, at the United  Church, Glassford Rd., Gibsons. Info: 886-7(59.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise with Joan  Frembd Mondays & Thuisdays 11-12.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meel at the Action  Centre in Sechell, 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basement of  church off Truman Rd.. open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  Gibsons Old Age Pensioners Org Branch #38  Tia Chi for seniors at Harmony Hall every Friday  at 1:30 pm. Info 886-9619  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm Isl and 3rd Sunday al Sechell Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open for all  ages.  vm>��Mmmmmmmmmmm 2 8  COM News. M.iy 4, 1992  news  /-DEPENDABLE-  AUTO SERVICE  did you mow ...  We're known for successful  TROUBLE  SHOOTING  The South CoMt's Only ^M   MCaXA AytBOTBD Shop (Special consideration to BCAA mem bars  ^OHU^OH  AUTOMOTIVE  Mure than 150 Halfmm.n Hav elementary ictool slu.lcnts ptantad    Karth Day. Their pe��rs al other district school-, will bt Retting in  MM ar.iu.ul Ihe perimeter ..f Iheir seh.M.I. cteam-il up Ihe ,��� murals    00 the action during Pitch-In Week, beginning today.  anil then wtnt dov.ii lo Sartieanl Hav and cleaned up Ihe beach on  Laurie Short photo  court report  \ long rime ("nasi resident  who lusi his tentpet when moth  ei ilriu-r rear-eiuletl him plead  ill guilty In Common assault m  Sechell provincial court Tues  .lay  tiiinalil Anderson struck the  olhei man in the lace anil broke  Ins glasses after ilie accident He  lirsi reported the accident as a  hit anil run, bul admitted thai  was a false repot! alter llie oilier  driver reported the assault  Anderson and the other driver gave conflicting versions of  the March 23 Incident Anderson said the oilier driver was  tailgattng. According to the  other man. Anderson first cut  him off, then deliberately  slammed on his brakes to cause  the accident  Judge Shirley Oiroday fined  Anderson $270, oul him on probation lor one month and  ordeted him lo pay $1 I.I restitution for the victim's broken  glasses The assault seemed lo  lie oul of character for Anderson, who had no previous  record, she said.  However, Giroday added  ihere was no excuse for hilling  another person "If you are  annoyed by someone's driving,  this is not llie appropriate  response, as I'm sure you now  realize," she told Anderson.  Remember  if your're going lo  gamble with your  Septic Tank  a flush  is better  than a  lull  house!  ��������������     A.    ^  4  I   t  lor seplic tank pumping..  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  ask for Lucky Larry.  I in pa i reels sentenced  Judge Giroday had a full  morning of drunk drivers to con-  lend wiih April 28.  A Gihsons' fisherman who is  filing for personal bankruptcy  was fined $440 and prohibited  from driving for one year after  pleading guilly to impaired driving. It was Dale Gislxinie's second conviction, but Judge Giro-  day handed him a low fine  because lie is in an alcohol treatment program. "Very much to  your credit, you voluntarily  sought counselling," she said  A Gibsons man who refused  a breathalyser lesl and became  belligerent when arrested  November 10 received a stiffer  sentence. Kevin Horner, who  had previous convictions for  impaired driving in 1990 and  hit-and-run in 1987, was jailed  for 14 days and prohibited him  from driving for 15 months.  The police officer who pulled  over Gary Connors March 27  thought his watering eyes and  flushed face were signs of alcohol impairment, but Connors  said Ihey were simply symptoms  of the "red hot" pizza he was  eating at the lime. However,  Connors's breathalyser test  showed a reading of .13 mL,  over the legal limit of .80 mL.  Connors had prior similar con  victions in 1986 and 1988. "I  have the discretion to send you  to jail, but I'm not going lo do  il," Giroday said, fining him  $ 1,650 and suspending his right  lo drive for 15 months.  On March 14, a constable  driving on Gower Point Road  became suspicious when a car  veered into his lane, narrowly  missing his police car. Tlte driver, Darryl Germaine, blew .16  mL in his breath test. He pleaded guilty, was fined $660 and  prohibited from driving for one  year.  Familiar face  Another driver was caught  March 26 because a constable  remembered seeing his face in a  bar earlier that evening. The  constable followed Frank Red-  shaw and observed he was driving unusually slowly and weaving across the road. Redshaw,  who had no previous record,  was fined $550 fine and losl his  licence for one year.  On February 27, a police  officer answering a complaint of  a disturbance at the Petrocan  station in Sechelt pulled over a  van driven by Paul Johnson.  Johnson said he was on his way  back to the Petrocan station to  apologize, but the officer  noticed he was impaired. Johnson was fined $525 and prohibited from driving for one year.  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ��� Lawrence K.  (.hanilters. Oil  ��� SKMUll  ��� Toll Free:  1-80O-563-2051  Muiii.il IiiihIs IhiiKe mill  (.iijji.1i.iii i ii"ii|n>l IiiikK I III  QJAMBHRS  Serving tin1 Sunsliine Coast Since ll)X2  SPRING SALE SPECIALS  ���Alcan White Embossed Aluminum Solfit  55c? sq. ft.  ���Alcan Renaissance Series Vinyl Siding  $121.50 box = 200 sq.ft.  ���Alcan Vinyl Siding Trims  5% Discount  CASH & CARRY PRICES  Prices In Eflecl To May 15, 1992  VISIT OUR RETAIL SHOWROOM  Talk To Marianne  HOURS 8AM TO 5PM,  FREE Installation Estimates!  Professional Installers  Jim Bain 885-4572  Unit #7 5522 Whart SI. Sechell. B.C.   Balloon Shades Lend  A High Fashion Look  Used Separately or  Combined for  Larger Windows  A sophisticated reflection of your  good taste ... balloon shades  made from lightweight, trans-  luscent fabric or a bright  polished cotton print. Use on  one window or a series (or  an out-of-the-ordinary look.  Never underestimate windows. Draperies can serve  as a decorative focal point  and also as energy savers.  The thicker and tighter the  weave, the greater the insulation. Use shutters, blinds  and opaque shades to insu-  _�� late, as well. Practical,  '    pretty decor.  ��� Custom made Draperies  ��� Pleated Shades  ���  Roller Shades  ��� Venetian Blinds  ���  Verticals  ��� Kitchen Curtains  Beautify With Functional Window Decor  /ABBEY  / WINDOW  COVERINGS  DEUCIOUSL Y AFFORDABLE  OPEN  9-5  MON - SAT^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  MAKING HOMES BEAUTIFUL FOR 35 YEARS  709 HWY. 101, GIBSONS  1  886-7112  I

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